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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00023

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HHE MAIL BOX
Sthe MeH *en i e open toa e reodes pThlled Ptepe Amel
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So t emtrihute semf eers1 be IfptetxM p le smo ew pe dae-
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DRESSING ROOM
e have been a lot of shad deals pulled on the public
IMcal octopus The Panar a Canal Company and
of them have been such perfect examples of wlliual datre-
for anything but a "grab" for the octopus that a person
t think nothinS could possibly happen to cause even a
eyebrow.
ever. the recent "grab" of the Clubhouse Division In
cton with the Dorese Waltes dance recital has caused
O y f raised eyebrows especially among the parents of
hldren who were exploited for the benefit of the octopus.
we Clubhouse Division charged their Ample fee for the use
theatre which fee should pave Included adequate
S ft room facilities.
to there were none in this most modern of Pan-Canal
tres (through typical Pan-Canal foresight ahd planning)
threw a shack together back of the theatre. Thank God
k f n when the second and last performance was over, and
lechance of thwarting their scheme was Impossible. It is an-
Olced by the president of the Pacific Side Civic Council
.tqrybody wants to get into the act!") that the proceeds would
. the. Clubhouse Division to build a dressing room for the
instead of going to the Bummer Recreational fund as in
f that isn't the biggest steal since the Brink holdup just
ytI think of one that beats it.
Zl0aturally. the poor Clubhouse Division needs this money
more than the kids who take part in the Summer Re-
'W on program. and why pay for a dressing room out of In-
When they can lust grab the total receipts of this dance
havingg had a child in this recital I'm more than just ca-
interested in how this outrage actually happened, and
like to have Mrs. Waltes' version of what actually hap-
ttl If she feels she can make a statement without fear of
11. s from Pan-Canal.
Walter. Cory.

PLENTY OF NUuTIN'
pproximatelv three weeks ago the coconut trees on Ancon
ard began to bear fruit.
he these frulls fall from the tree they are quite danger-
Nspeclanv when the tree is located near a public sidewalk.
a fact, one of these fruits almost killed a three year old
med Lesaitek as he was riding his tricycle.
the child was passing under one of these trees, a coco-
i -and only by the alertness of a citizen nearby was a
averted.
ly after this incidentan emDlove Of the bOcunds Main-
tee Division was told to defrult the trees and thus make
safe for children as well as adults.
a orders were given three weeks ago -and the trees are
1 t. Approximately fifteen coconuts have fallen. _
Sthl nliuene to unheeded until some "fortlat
I t la Me hospital or the morgue with his shull tt?
n ewllgrece should be cerxeted. The revoonsible
be demoted and placedn A less responMlBle ob or S
be termlnered and let sadhedue who Is mbre worthy op.r,
administer his Job... .
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lome answers to HM Starjior Bars (Mall Box. Wednesday).
) I pack N ur cent r of The officers wresentlv being pack-
id about twe M r coot Of i-e enlisted men. The remainder
e enlisted men are packd-lv lngtnoer.,
) Mv emoloyes re as OW trained sad experienced as any
or the Bnrineers have. In most cases more so.
STYour household effects receive the same packing uro-
re as any offi'r the same containers, the Oame handling.
,.me materials.
) I see no basis for your "machete men" remark, and at-
to it to your having been here onlv M short time.
) I was formerly an Armv serteent.
F. 8. Budeshelm,
Packing and cartage contractor.

WILLIAMSON PLACE
Iemen years ago, 1939. the Panama Canal made a mis-
planning and laying out WIlliamson Plaoe by only
aOne entrance to the area. Some 156 apartments were
S t area and only one entrance was ovided to enable
opanmts to travel by auto to and from their dwelulflgs.
.ough the nassinR of years. more and more cars ire In
Mon on the Canal Zone and the entrance to Williamsona
i,11 now on the recognized route of travel for most traffic.
AumMna City to the interior of Panama.
e is definitely a bottleneck in the area from the en-
to Williamson Place, to the PollOe Station, Balboa, and
lty thereabouts.
week, In the local newspapers. Panama Canal Company
ued that the famed building 801X. the former women
dwelling, was to be razed. and a new dwelling to be
Si its place. Now. that is Just fine.
M was an excellent opportunity to cut a road through
occupied by building 01X. and connect it to the Mt-
Emd to relieve traffic congestion around the YMCA an
fouce Station, and the Plnama Canal Company Will not
lantaxe of it.
Cutting through of a road through Williamson Place
empire Street, could. In emergencies, be used by the Ca-
m. Police. to divert the Fort, Amador traffic away from
Wealbo area, bypssing it By way of La Boca and
li ht by the Medhanioal Division area.
usiution is not nerfeX t by arv means: the writer real-
5bu e fsobellsU hsI sOwe lreedT Is needed and thi
la pngbv without notice.
I ,temobtie Is here to stay and the numbers of aut. are
ore, I is rNam able to --ume that the trafle cn-
t albea Pole Statimon is going to get worse, before t
or. the solution is so Simple.


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hon:e, other anti-ComfmMslA
have been denied their civl
rights outside b I g midweat
plants.
Recently, for example, two 4
Jim Care) s aides l Jpee
Omeenwood and Tomutle ti-
pAtrick, by name W- W -e -
gaem Ina that Amcn
custom of distributing l
at the late of a General Ie.A-
ttWc plant la Tiffin, Ohio.
Boe they were Itred,
516d, kicked n tha ad
a teinach Ma"
to awrst rseseby e
In Dayton, not too long ag,
A band of 12 men beot meaher
orgfier, Dick Cartet atn -
aaied minister. ho atteoted
to ist mimrbea rthe santi-
a0nunmet lecmrSeal womrs at
e 0 & R plant.
nI the wordi of a apokncoan
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BY wawmru nugae., wo u
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sent to merge his Trans-WorM Ilne
Americmn for a "chosen inatruftl."
AMste. lughes and rgt' )wm, bee
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bM n red to as *W ieati: fba
Asywftvy. Howard dle* des t1
=6 m8 y offers of 3p f tor .te 1
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Should g Iml charitable to- P
day you just brush off asl
mere CNM the bombings,
the terror iu of women and.
children, thS aootinges, the ..
slugging and the minor riots
which folloWed the disclosure
that, top CIO chlefs had met .'
and planned 8trpatdy to drive
e pro-Com Inil ... unlb chiefs .-
out 'of fe M io th and ato- 6
Then is f te aace in my
soul to- bloodaf t .e a strew ft
around in.e MWt of Midwest
cities in the i-rse of all these
"coincidences" for it is the
anti-Communbrt everywhere who oS
ia being bombe, terrorized and"
dreadfully hammered around
the he ist the ates of jany
a plant.
This asslt e o the anti-
Communisatat his attracted lit-
tie attention, sine the par-
ticular bra n ft o p tofessioal
attention ata ttaoters who
sereas for efVrl rlits seldom
get themselsml above A
whispr wbe the a atl-Com-
munkh Mg lrged. I
But brother, it the Commles
were On the receiving end.
you wea.Ma outcries a-

So here I come to the defense
of the down odden majority.
It all began some six weeks
ago in Chicago when, as I learn-
ea during a flying visit there,
Walter Reuther, Allan Haywood
iCIO executIve veepeei and Jim "
,Carey, 010 natonial secretary- .f: ""
i Ltreaarer, met qi r ,' d "
I launched a coordinated drive to c ,ti .
take some 'W,Oo ty %%
,,um under the control of pro-
Soviet niin loadL .'.
In some area joint headquar-
ters for the CIO national repre- y l 808 R I K
aentatives, th taUto"Obile work-
era and the non-Communat .
electoral workers were set up. Y6K
Not too lonp after that the WYlhEX .- are bth A lbml weep for with a del.ate A t 0at lObtfi fAtO tltfi eM-
slugging start e. poor Wllit 0 oyr. the use we vereatl
are minded of .e.prodigal eon, Jt ms that It ia AMa-.
Then the first -bomb went off in Willies 3 ue.h4hates sadorI
outside the home Of a 010 of- the sight ra a 5 st t t r. of
icial by the name of Earl Here ye ou Aattt e t at of th e loose. d&k
honored Atubaltaidor to Wexluo, fAt lil kinds of come home, why. I AM lt to come homn to see
Drange, 1891 o ernwood Ave., people clamoring for him to cothe -hom to ex- wlt the man wants.
Lauderdale. on the outskirtsa of an why ad m6ity cops were a6 crooked under
Minneapoli. Is benign reign as Mayor of NeW 'ork. In th case of WI 'Dwyer either
Earl md his w aed kid ut Willie don't beat rfl good. M wolM rath- btdy the WIha t "II
already disturbed by the usual er be prodfgal tha ,questioned, t t
anonymous threats, were pale*M I TeI l f1so th "Wi fer a vai'ly .1 rea.ns. f ma nlh
One is that he is so poor he admitted once that war ,ylat. '1bme home dear boy. w miiyou
Suddenly their car, a 1950 he had to borrow money from in in order.to so,," Lwoul be rweal tu about wy h t
Dg blew if ot sky play the role of Ambas- dor .AQd 0


S was *hawl- I .,
A .-eol diadr te the United VtSte on n a i
U way. A fuse bomb would et of la h ,
wasm placed under the heoed A shy Ambassador is a pitiful till because ak my eactry lool 2A.
that night. And it wenmt off at an Amlasa dor As meet so an
dwaw when Te profess i14duhi in h* M O.- Rn astd
terrorist knows he can st Mayor of New York he wa alwaya d wn places s v avory to
frighten a sleeping family. with the heart murmurs And flying 0o Lti*t- We al min t be
American vacations, spectacle of an Am
Drange later told his CIO aof- Evidently, the 7.00 foot altitude of eitto his citizenship ti avr t
lqeaues that he had been folloew- City has put a stopper on his heart trmitb g. e- jurisprudenee on this-
ed home from a union camp cause he sure doesn't take any state df.. O. Henry.ufs l
meeting at which he was: to relieve himelt of pressure from thtin ma n e think o to1
spoken against the leftists. -which. I understand..1s not good for a to the alight of or
For mills a long black ad" heart condition. tmr' dilemmta th who A AhtI
t0alld him. Any of the faitQ
men. in It could have knooikOde ing just loaded with compassion t I hot of declaring war
him off. They didn't. So his r sm also sorry fr th th emoeratle i 1 ag Will, I se% no way to
Stdestroyed, obvious is t i a thing thlAt ry few polltical ar.
wa destroyed, obviously A us have to put up With. .t I o attemt the.
warning. Lay off. ua keep hav-i n eh yourself to 1east o 0 r%'a
that this kid the teoua 107 want to ]UK l stand W.
That's mob technique. But is ot a lammi tax dodger or even a wthiso ne1OEM
there's nothing unusual ah't ..t-
the lefttles working undercover
with the underworld. Thft to" .-, '.
:an away back in the ilfl1 ""r..
Menties when the comrasds ~ 1w" '' .
the garment industry tie .
with Lepke and Gurrab, and
fur workers hired a sob .
strong arm goons call tW ..,
Black Gloves to go over i..
anti-Communists with b as .A ITO -( fNIA)- Lse I M *S
kzauckless hidden inside tll %*.ie eMatorra f t. rrivh':= I" _th
im. gloves. MaarAnd at 8l8i e *A l; ttm

wpld colabora'don wh i- G. Payne. an li -, .,
opened labors doors to ,tor Brewater has' '4 hard r hatles. t1
mobs and they've staveo asi"n was offered $10 .1 a
And to this moment, vjt-r aip" to make the mre against ..
*i Mro-Communist unions ha' h '' M iw part[ga Wl
a man specially assigned t_0 ~fosmes were namd. but hints have bm
with the mobs. that hrffewasrsupposin'te 31a of ,-


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D (NEA)--41u th|fi's happening so fast I
: A sultry, brunet Jten- 'anT batch up with myself "
tlatly with an above- Palmer Lee: A tall, tusky
resemblance to Jane newcomer who's AAh 'Blyth's
leadilig man in "Sally and Saint
i. snapped a picture of Ann." A few years ago Palmer
*tat it to a Hollywood agent was a radio announcer in San
.resto-Suzan was gulping Francisco arid finally heeded
a of scented movietown the "you-ought-to-be-in-mo#-
.1. signed her, tossed her ies" talk.
d feminine lead with "So I found myself driving a
Winters in "Untamed" track by day and deolg little
hks just holated her to star- theater work at night," grism
SWith Jeff Chandler and Palmer, who admits that the
Brady in "Yankee Buc- going was rouah and that his
N." ow did she fare with bags were pbeked for a quick
exit a few h ers before an agent
was kind to me," says wanted a screen test for him.
"Why do people look sur- "He's in "The Battle of Apa-
when I say that?" Ohe Pass." "Red Ball Express"
S f and "Francis Goes to West
Jack Palance: No competition Point."
Cornel Wilde or Robert Tay- Barbara Rush: First of Par-
in the profile league, but amount's Golden Circle chicks
something for the girls, ac- to leave the studio Incubator
6 g to Joan Crawford, who "because I was getting a lot of
ed Jick as her leading man publicity but no acting parts."
"Sudden Fear." Big-eyed, brunet Barbara was
discovered at Pasadena Play-
STall. off-beat and rugged, house by a talent scout two
cComs i..,m the B:oadowayv..eas ago. Now the v.ord's out
e. "Where I w R in a series that Barbara. after a visit from
flops that lasled about 10 the stork this summer, will go
e-formpnces each under contract to Fox where her
A menc.? aa,~n in Para- voung husband. Jeffrey Hunter.
.-nt'A "Siia." he hudders: toils
n.ver pla',ed a 1heavv until I **The solution for any actress
it Ho'],''wood 1 m howna this' s to marry an aclor like Jef-
rt In, 'udden Fear' changes frey," Barbara declares. He can
'gs. I'm no monster." cook and keep house."
A-"a Norrmp- Fox's green- -
S Hungarian-bo:n looker EVERYBODY PITCHES IN "
r.as her film bow in "The FLY'CREEK, N. Y., iUP,-This
li Holse' and is playing nelvillige ot 350 residents will have ._
OGegor- F":k's loves n "The a community-billit fire, house.
ows of Kil!meniaro." A studio'Shool children contributed pen- '
lent scout spo tvd her in New!nies to buy land. Truckers, ]a-
T TV .siow i pnrid arranged borers. contractors and an ar-
.r to tet for a movie that ehltect have offered their ser-
,J ..ever mPdP. vices.
.."a on hrr nRme. 'vilr'h wIa-,
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tblephone-1 . Va and people ers disappoint.
sy theenk ees Ava Gardner.
Vtheenk I chase to Ad'., hoh?
, T'"es way I well not have to
.'-nce mono'rpms on my bath
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,|h !aad smack oun of TV in
,.fncinnati. where 'I was a poor
ren's Ralph Edwards in au-
,nce pardlciation shows and
*-1 bras between segments of
1i-; Thed'a Bara movies"
'he teket to -Holrywdod that
J.an bought as a vacation-ttrt
arnr out to be a ticket to
Ij In tiMe club car of the-
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Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-9441


FQ R SALE

*Jj A4ALE:--General Electric refri-
60 cycles, 3 m0on.h .ld
S.C'0. "iel. o2-4239., ror

:_ i G^-o wood porch screens
t mny chittorobe, bun beamrr
C er, night-table, work table
articles cheap. Phone 83-
2 p94, Curundu Heights.
t tR LE: Complete diningroomn
tbedwroom sets and solid maho-
S NY mode by Cowes, also refriger-
a0or, gos stove, household utensils.
After 6 p. mn. Apt. 8, Melendei
S, ue 3017. Colon, Tel. 731.
$'. SALE: Furniture for entire
S ertment, including refrigerator,
netlon blinds. Very reasonable.
house 0430-1, Ancon. Tel. 2-

SALE:-Leaving for States, must
25 cycle 9 ft. WestinghouAie
I porcelain refrigerator. In very
condition. Balboa 1524-K.
.- SALE-Quartermaster furniture:
Sicker chairs. 1,L5. 2 tables,
20.00 4 chairs, $20. Chiffonier.
20. Night table. $5. House 0767
Williom on Place, Balboa. Te-
Iphone 2-4211 ofter 5:30.
". SALE: Coldsoot refrigerator.
1-2 cu. ft.. good condition. $50.
Phone Cristobol 3-2453.

SOR SALk:
Real Estate


GAIN FOR SALE:-Brand new-
prefabricated house. 3
rom end closets space. kitch-
Stthrooin and living dining
$2,.100. Phone 3-1899 be-
9 a. m. Buyer must remove it
parent site.
:l' T :hoice lots No.
SNo.499 at reasornbl6
S tI Laot 'Cumbre Party leaw
for States. Phone Balboa 2-

4VO4 o JUNa
S ---Wo let containing personal
Ie"n. Keep the money but please
Swallet to C. Z. Police or
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SEINOTON, May 23 (UP)
Senate yesterday shouted
an amendment to the Mc-
n omitbus immigration
ihich would have softened
measure's policy toward per-
of Asiatic ancestry.
e voice action came as the
Me drove to complete action
me controversial lealslation.
Sbill Is sponsored by Sen.
McCarran (D. Nev.). The
p already has passed alm-

1m. WC1am seuteo (D.,
a.) effIrd Mte intsObtI a-
ftes. It w0 hasv c-
pIed a w olel that peer-
who eam teem emeshalf
b-ir anery beek to the
s can eater u0ited
i e ly auder a ea
I* egumed to he "sia.
s measure would eomplete-
me U. S. bmimration and
mstaton l iand, aw.
things. provide a quota
M fitt th e so all Asia.-
*untries.
looa provide aller pre-

ates orna.tstoa. India

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t~s raf the Seaton re-
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I- denounamI the re-
mit t*at persons of A-
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In barn-m t OI In-
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ur Agents or our IOfflm toM No. 57 "H" $tWeSt
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Agenda Internacional de PMikadens Propagaudh, A. .
#3 Lotter7 Plaza Phone t3413 "r" 8teeyorn t I*t
Phones 14 anaaIrMi.,.


FOR SALE

Service Personnel and Civilian
Gverr-ment Employes
Insist on
Govrnmment Employes FInan' e Co.
When you tnance your new
or used car.
AGENCY DELINGER
Ne. 43 Autemblh leow
Phone 3.4984 3-4985


MISCELLANEOUS 1


Do OWN have a *"". Ie e ow Ridesfeli
Wr Alseat lMwaeus. oe ably to ARi % .
20H n As C, i. Voile and-.,
CARVED PICTLMESi Send err Ony TrausporireeoA%
photo. carve, color oand enlarge. ah forget. tri
Write me. D Stre No. 8. aleowr teslCd Parnin 6
Dr. Wendehake Mediil Clinic. 140 ..F fur. ltes. I
Estudlonte Sneet. Between K end *Fos 3r'surWl _as
J Street. Ponam. 2.3479. Day & atm,
Night Service.I .V| i .l 'a


For selling or buying your next auto A al
see: Agencias Cosmos, on Auto- FOR SALE
mobile Row 29. We also sell l _
GUARANTEED Used Tires ando m9
Tubes. Tel: Panama 2-4721. S'- FOR SALE:-One Eoupe, two pos-
turdays, open oall day. singer Alrutne 75 Continental
FOR SALE:-1942 Packard 4 door Engine. exceeltt condition, well
6 cylinders, like new. Owner leav- cored for, now located at the Pal-
ing. Tel. 2-1636. Panama. tillo Airport, Panama City, Re-
FOR SALE:-Hudson 46 with radio, public ofpraW were it may be
$600.00. Call Elboa 3209. seen by praspective buyers Terrms.
$600.00.Cal ----- 29cash. Sale to be confirmed by the
FOR SALE-Bargain. Must sell quick, United States District Court. Such
1948 Studebaker Champion Con-, sole will be made on May 26. at
vertlible Radio, Overdrive, accesor* four o'clock in the afternoon.
ies. Duty paid. $600.00. Balboa 2- House 5824-0. Diablo Heights.
2919 or 1442-C, Owen St. Phone 2-2583.


FOR SALE--1948 Buick Super, four
door. Excellent condition and rub-
ber, plastic seat covers. Call Bol-
boa 2-2341, 5719-8, Diaoblo.
FOR SALE: iborgain Cadillac con-
vertIble 1948. B.850.00 cash.
Phone 3-2254, Ponomi.

FOR SALE
Beats & Motors
FOR SALE:--Genertor set: 25
Cycle 110-220 V. 12-6 Amps.
1450 RPM I. HP. 60 cycle 110 V
4.55 Amps. 1800 RPMS. Tel. 2-
3148, house 770-D, Balboa, C. Z.


FOR SALE:--Electric plant, 60 cycle,
1 10 volts, run 6 months. Phone 2-
4448, Box 544, Ancon, C. Z.


Help Wanted


WANTED:-Maid to live in. Must
like children. House No. 17 on
7th Avenue, San Francimq,- Golf
Heights.


Poswfidl Offerid


Responsible bookkeeper or account-
ant for lore concern wanted, apply
Box 323.- Parianm.
NEEMDE:-sperlenced bilingpul S.e
cretary. Good dictation -equired.
Must be fast accurate typist. Ap-
ply Mnoager'g office, Hotel El
Panornd.

Colonel Cashman
Ends Tour Of Duty;
Sails On 'Panama'
Col. Charles J. Cashman, Chief
of the ogas Hpital dental
service sdnoe a 1940, left this
aftorting aboard the 8a. Panama
at the end of his tour of duty
here. .
With Mrs. Cashman and their
son; Charles, Jr., he Is en route
to his new post at the Army ad
Navy General Hospital In Hot
Springs, Ark
/ ol. ,uhm a native
Bo ton, a _Maat.te of Hanrvau
Dental College. In 1934 entered
the AnnU Mdical Corps. a
Ing the war. he served f
the European theater and at
the war was assigned to tO
Perca Jaies Gen I Bospital lI
He came to the Canal Zone
from his Michigan assignment.


FOR SALE:--One Stancor 125 watts
radio Amateur transmitter o n d
VFO 60. Cycle with 20 and 40
meter antennas, oil practically
new. Cash price $130.00. Phone
28-24738 or writh Box 1289, An.
con.
FOR SALE:-Hellicrafter SX-28. B.
90.00. Phone S-2S .
We have new refrlpto, 7, 9 and
13 cu. ft., 60 cycle.. Hosm S. A
Via EaleeR Ne. .51.


FOR SALE:--One alnd MW, ipeciol
built, h evy dlIs 25 O0 cycle
converter, I 60 cy output.
Cell Bealb 6315.


Mother when you saet sh
for yourself. you choose deenfert.
able nest Wihy not do-she sdin
for your children Active young
feet need shoes that oa easy on
the feet for these hot Of
rugged play. Get them Senior
Jumping Jacks and a perfect fit rt
-*ABYLANDIA, No. 40, 4*h .
ella Vista. Tel. 3-1259,


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and bench. $175,00. Universal
electric ironer, 25 cycle, $40.00.
582-A, Ancon Blvd. Tel. Blboa
2-1393.


FOR SALE.-UtoWr puppies, Cham-.
pion 51red, papers eviloble. Quar-
teto 383-B. Ft. Clayton, telephone
6205.


FOR SALE:--Glrl's coot with hood,
sult and corduroy plaid skirt, all
sue eight and like new RCA 25
cycle Ioutomfatic record ehenirl
p1014roph, plug In independeW
.type five months old. Eight 45 i.
'P. M. records. House 147-C,
Dohrmon St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: Beautiful pair i
candlesticks from Comusso, P&,*
All 925 Sliver. $70. No. 56, 43Mr
Street. Telephone 3-0696.



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WAHINWOTON. May 238 SUS)
1- 10 government annougie
2igtosray that it will lUtt
-y"On s which coj
bass sr In the Uni aStts
arjpcmItted to charge for 01
W.,.t_. somans-r0


(ia t.i 1. g sag the Import of fore
asLOl e C John R. Steelman. Actiuw D
SOIne o t L AM retor of athe Office of Deig a


The American Legion hagre. will beas effective on June
River Post No. 6 wil sp r te Stelma id the mils uNe w
first annual iIorer bal eorte be allied to add ll to their e
anal ze Coi uncT "Oay Scot allowabs P oeme an ainat M
of America, tmorrw ni ht atl p titgprese nn goPer cent of ami pt
One of the ihliht. of. tM O tem i eGot ot foreign
evening Mbea efe the cents which athe21o
held during the aItermlsd n M whica vste recei fla
Ruplorers from all Over thea- tn ed.
nal Zone will be pressed ots telman reai t on
fla s for awards eianed doi = le GMmovernmeBt wOf 0.
the past three -mnths. an agreement a b
The puesentatiom of t eaesy. S O tatee b. which M pSI
ed gle ScoutD Bad toi fpl- Iee of the prouat ea n
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Gramllch's Cla ber
cottages IW % bus
stoves, T.dBl* .TM Ter s
t-441 G e
Phlip. Oce d cottages, Sant
Clara. Box 435, Balboo. Phon
Panamd 3-1877, Critstbel 3-167&.o
Casino Santa Clara. Dance music
Casino Aces. No reservations
cessory. May. 24h and 31st.
FOR RENT

HOUSE FOR RINT:-Splendid loca-
tion at Golf Heights. All comfort.
Coll 3-4963. From 8 *. m. to 4
p.m. I


FOR RENT:-Two bedroom chalet in
El Voile (Ant e). Telephone Pan.
ama s-iW jW. Slbae 3763.

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call 3-4106. A II


FOR RINT


R__oom
FOR RENT:-Avoilable June 1st;
nicely furnished, large clean
room; all modern convenience;
good neighborhood. To respect-
able married couple. Peru Avenue
No. 65. Lower left.



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Merle Piper, director of the
Balboa YMCA, addressed a.
p of 93 adults, both men and
wmen and a number of Senior
iI Scouts, at their bi-annual
at meeting on Wednesday
1 a at the Coco Solo Ofil-
l u spoke on the newly reor-
Canal Zone Community

; Piper challenged the group to
m u CommunityM Cas real-

i te mad other s w agencies
i ftav representatives on the
eard aof Dimeton. Wth such
ap-elt atlon comes e ponslbl-
ht he points out, notingthat the
vmtage contrlbutio In the last
afpan of 50 cents er person
was enough to help sustain
h1 M WMMH. e urged an -
.ant.ica rit po t I the future.
LOe a I.n the eventlBi lWe
,alm Oat the Canal Ztoe lOrl
if FOOW received $P496 U
ir bm Ue Commnaift t,
Iwhh bk In $00 le mth had teem
lat u, eoute he aftd.
Io its quotas .



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we OLD YOU SO 1
And now
READER DIGEST
tes yo what a woudeifi l
Inecticide CHLORDANE is
In the April lisue.
(It'b the Killer in Real R)>
Buy it In the atrcultLral
grade for your farm
or Warden.


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V9 Central Ave. Tel w61n

PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
metel El Patma
SLLING: Panama CiJnt%
Peria y L <.pn(eMed)
and Ferestal o et.
tJDrNG: Coca CeI.
T'e. 3-4719 U-1IS


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Shipping, moving, ptorag.
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anything. 'Phone 2.3481,
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% JiVAN AMBASSADOR GIVES BANQUET !den aenter-plece, surrounded by
ING VISITING NAVAL MINISTER yellow candles, for the dinner ta-
S, ible, Pvor were placed on the
. At a banquet last evening in the Embassy on La Cresta, table aor were placend the hoa-
e Peruvian Ambassador to Panama and the Dean of the I tabte ft tb~ guests an cuthe h
_i iplomatic Corps. the Honorable Emillo Ortli de Zevallos. daughter a u-
i '- taOtined for Peruvian Minister of the Navy. Rear Admiral work table cloth as an an-
S Rlte A. Saldlas. who is visiting on the Isthmus en route to nlversary present.
Lima. Peru.
Admiral Saldias arrived bv plane on Thursday from an Other guests at the dinner
official visit to Washington. D. C. were Colonel and Mrs. L V
*! Hunnlcutt. Mr. and Mrs. Wal- : T
** Guests at the banquet were en by Mr. and Mrs. J. Wendell,ter Hunnicutt, Dr. and Mrs.
i Minister of Foreign Relations Ig- Qreene at their residence on Frank Raymond and Roy Wil- 3:'
%tbaclo Melino Jr. United States Balboa Heights. ibur, Ralph and Richard Perkinsa. '
UAmbassador to Panama John At a family luncheon yester-igrandsons of Mrs. Pickett. 4
'Cooper Wiley. Chilean Ambassa- day noon. Colonel and Mrs. 4:
Jor to Panama Manuel Hidalgo Richardson Selee entertained the, Leonajrd-Willi Naptials
Ma. Spanish Ambassador to VoP.,Is at the Selee residence n'a Naval Ditrlt Ctapel ,1
nama Rafael ae los Casares. Balboa Heights. The weddi- of Major Marga- :1-
Brazilian MI sister to Panama On Wednesday the Minister of garet L. Wlis, Army Nurse ,00--
ao Emillo Ribelro. Rear Admir- Brazil to Panama and Mrs. JoaojCorps, to Francis J. Leonard of
I Ernesto Rodriguez, P.N Emillo Riberio gave a luncheon Washington, D.C., was solemn-
ommander-in-Chief of the Ca- at the Legation honoring Colonel|12ed on Sunday afternoon at the 7:2.
t bbean Command. Lt General and Mrs. Vogel. That evening Flfteenth Naval District Head- ..
race L. McBricl.? Command-: they were guests of honor at a quarters Chapel. Th.r ceremony ad-
fnt of the 15th Naval District, buffet supper given by Captain was performed by Chaplain W.
er Admiral Albert M. Bledsoe.iof the Port of Balboa and Mrs. W. Winter (CDR) U.S. Navy. ,
S|manding General United Marvin J. West at their residence Mr. and Mrs. Leonard were 1;
s Army Caribbean, Major in Balboa Heights. attended by Miss Patsy Sparks .
stral Lester J. Whitlock,I land Mr. Martin Goerl. MIs.
ith Director of the Panama General and Mrs. Howse Leonard, formerly of Atlan',, .
al. Major General George W. IHnoted at Farewell Dinner Georgia is stationed at the Ft. 0"',
B. Counselor of the United Entertaining for Brigadier Clayton Army Hospital. "'
e s Embassy Murray M Wise, General and Mrs. Robert L. e' oS.0P-.
S Adolfo Arias. Director of Howe. who are leaving next Leaviigon Sa. Panama 'O 0J
l Camilo Levy Salcedo, week for their new assignment In Mrs. H. lPud On and her son.
In Harry Carson, Captain Fort Knox, Lt. Commander and Jimmy of Gamboa, are sailing1, 1
0 Freire. P.N Mr Colon Mrs. J. K. Willis. U.S.N.. gave today on the 8.8. Panama en
I Alfaro. Lt. Colonel Richard a formal dinner at their quarters route to Annt Arbor, Michigan.
walte. Mr Mario de Die- in Quarry Heights on Wednesday where they 'ill visit Mr. and
p aptain W. Hines, Mr. Stan- evening. Mrs. HeVry Oeser, well known
Shaw de la Ossa, Captain L. -- former rslidenia of the Canal .
on. Attach to the United The Alexander Hermanns Zone. AM
es Embassy In Lima. Com- Honored at American Embassy Later oi tl ty will visit Mar- 6:
der Zimmerman. Mr. Sergioi In honor of the First Secreta- that's Vintyird, the New England
court. Commander Carlos ry of the British Legation, Mr. States and Washington, D.C. 7:30--4t
amon de la Jara. Lt. A. A. Alexander H. B. Herman "and After three or four months. Mrs. 8:15--
man. Peruvian Consul Gen- -Mrs. Hermann. who are leaving Pederaon and her son will return 8:30-.-
Jorge Legula and Secretary soon for Europe. United States to the Isthmus. 8:45-T
e Peruvian Embassy Jose Al- Ambassador and Mrs. John 9:00--g.
do Sanchez. Cooper Wiley gave a dinner for Birth Annomseement 9:15-W
-- twelve guests at the Embassy on Mr. and Mrs.. James R. Shir- 9:30-.m
d of Farewell Parties La Cresta on Tuesday evening. ley of Diableo eights announce le:--a
Governor and Mrs. Vogel the birth of a -sbn yesterday at 10:0-A
oting Governor of the Canal Despedida-Anniversary Dinner Gorgas Hospital. The child will 11:
e and Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel As a farewell to Colonel and be named l&avid Lewis. 11:05.--O
their son. Dicky, will sail to- Mrs. Earl Lowrey and Stheir I 11;e.-9
aboard the S.8. Panama for daughters. Ann and Rose. who ooklaf n A.rm ema 12:-
York en route to Dallas, are sailing on May 30 and to cele- Mrs,-Aa "A itmemn,. wife of P.M.
as, where they will make their brate the 15th Wedding Anniver- the goata R&A on. ow and Se- 12: 05-
* e. sary of her daughter and son-in- cretu1yj to t1e a .n Pan- 12:.
colonel and Mrs. Vogel. who law. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weldon ama, Mr. .etra. ~ ,z was 1:
ebeen residents tf the lath- Perkins of Margarita, a dinner hostess to the okg :(lass of 1:14
for three years, left by train was tendered in the Fern Room the Intat'-A@tertem Women's 1:
hs morning for Cristobal after of the Hotel Tivoli last evening Club for a ltthheion.'t her resi- 2: 0-
honor guard ceremony at the by Mrs. Nina A. Pickett, a real- dence I Bella.Vista. 2:15-Dl
Station. dent of that Hotel. Attending the luncheon were 2:30-Af
" Last evening they were guests Greens with yellow flowers and Mrs. Jewel Molno, MrI. Eliza- 2:45--Ba
,,f honor at a buffet supper giv- Doulton figurines formed a gar- beth C. Kiel, Mrs. Marie Kiel. 3:0O-Mu
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Amparo de Brostella, Mrs. Riba (RDF)
bale Bash. -Mrs. Margarta de 7:30-Sports Review
Dehna, Mr, E llen Brewer, Mrs. 7:45-Jam Session
Ruth Townsad, Mrs. CelesteLy- .8:00-News. Sports and Coml-
man, Mrs. Jitnne Bay, Mrs. Ta- mentary (VOA)
vte Plaher. Mrs. Jeannette Me- 8:15-Bing Crosby Show (VOA1
Kibbon and Mrs. Marguerite 8:45-Report from Congress
Johnson. (VOA)
0:00-HOG Hit Parade
Woman's Club Board Meeting 9:30-VOA Hit Parade (VOA)
Members of the Board of the 10:00-Dance Music
Balboa Woman's Club will gather 10:30-The Last Chtonicle of
for a meeting at 9:00 a.m. Wed- Barset (0BC)
nesday, May 28. at the Jewish 11:00-The Owl's Nest
Welfare Board Center. 1:00-a.m.--sgn Off
Lt. Caroline Barnes to f xplafal6 of Symbols
at C.2. College Clubk LaimoW VOA-Volce oftAmeica
Lt. Caroline W. B .r;eq BBC-Britsh Broadcastino g
7448th Army Unit of if eV.. Corp.
Women's Army Corps. wll peak RDF-Radiodlffusion Prancalse
on the subject of "Women In Mrs. V. L. Morris, 5-227: or Mrs.
The Service" at th.. annual sp2ng Edward Doolan. Balboa-3504.
luncheon of the Canal Z2o0l- The luncheon is open to mem-
lege Club on Saturday. Alm a bers of th* College Club from the
the program for then Atlantic Side an dto all college
will be te 1952 ScA-women on the Isthmus.
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H, rterl'field Wins Fourth; s Races.' Marcia no

gers Keep N.L. Lead To morrow otta
Ist R WI" Natives--41% Fai. Z. '
NEW YORK, May 23.-(UP)-T he Senators bu tw .-e.... :- aam
owned the Browns 4-2 at St. Louis in the only 1 -Mon Me obnle2
Sor hLeague night game to pick up a full gamne 2-Golden-.rPound, V. Araus 115 A ahto t who
he league leading Indians as a result of the -o r I. Aguirre 120 o ,
4--Ri iar R. Vasquez 112 Brnne t 7- V -..
ter club's 3-2 set-back at the hands of the Red 5--Luck Ahead J. Phillips 114 maSth Cemsasteptloser .
i i n an afternoon contest. The Indians now- Vifl-a.r v. J ro 0 '"' .120
e--Vi l .Jheavcu* anht a-.f
d the Senators by two games. edr o Sanchez 115. ulant
b Porterfield ton his fourth the Giants the only team to 10-Whbie Fleet C. Ruiz 115 x b wants. eo a
It s.i bt he needed relief Alvin Dark paced the Giants 2nd Race "C" PNative 7 FP. Ntp Ameia Le .. t 'Nrkne weeI
from Tom Ferrick with two'with a triple and" two singles. Puhe $,P3.--i Ciies: 1:15 Lr te. ...
i in the ninth Mickey Vernon Willie Mays and Don Mueller also SeToln7 ef thve Doublesv [I t 'o. ex "tosd Ta C I
.ddie Etewart led hitting banged triples and Davey Wil 1-Marsllesa) 3. A urre 120 aTeamms-won Lost e Ro Marolano a to wa 1 F
rt with homers. liams homered. 2-Dana) J. Bravo 11 B nleveland 21 12 6
3o Ne w 110 Br*ookly a o 18 13 1 t on8 tm fd, r=ome
Che only other American Bill Serena scores two runs with 4- n K Flores C t' 1 18 14 .5 tHuy, who Isa in Seattle at
tilt the Red Sox beat the a single and drove in a third run 5-Golden p J. esa Jr. 120 o 17 or 16 13 .5 the momen as Mar t o and
I for Ihe first time this with a triple to aid Bob Rush 6-Mr. pnos. Hurley 120 a a 14 h ih St. Lodis. 1 .5a hby, he.. .,would. dr
%.ob Lemon gave up threeiwhose four-hitter won the opener 7-ilgra J. Phillips 10814 a d *Chicao ..14 17 .452million dollar t at a u
at ht singles to lose a duel for the Cubs. In the second game. 3rd acl."G".-Naves -0 414 Fis. BostoEn 1 altIphia 1It 1 6 r-io K,.>d
efty MickeMcDerott af-Sam Jethroe d Bob Thorpe hit Purse: .-ee Closes: 1:45 Pttb 5 21 .27 thew recent an -
t holding the Red Sox to threehomers to aid Warren pahn and O-Two TODAY'S GAMES ve vctor over Rex Layne.
hi r eight in'hings. the Braves. 1--le oelslor E. S vera 110 D to it a C g '" '.. ...
2--~ri~ueta A. En*l gue 1 a04x 1'* flAMES s Detroit at Chicago (N). A tired but happy XJake L-:
2-Enrie A.Enlevelard at St. Louis (N). Mott reveals th at a w s i t -
McDermott himself s c o r e" d "8. oV Oon 1. -o r-ackt V. Noe rea he"Waa
t .wnnng run after he! sin[- Hot McDermott g- dRoe 0 St. L oter games scheduled., Wednesday when he w et
d-P-C7- seirhila F.F"hRose 158 at. ott t.oman Wednesday when he Vt --
anJohnny Pesky and Billy 5-Malquevida G. Graell 110 Chit (e YESTERDAY'S RISULTS iro the ring at D EftM ill
iGoodman drove him home. Boston- AB R PO A 6--Kon T A. Menh 112 ooX (1). Boston 101 001-3 6 1 'Yvorlt- h tg ev okkd
onlyothr shedd r e b 0 0 7-Ecalerilla J. Phillips 108 BOstn N). Cleveland 101 000 000-2 7 2' thing ht-h weak as h
cjr It contest. the Yankees- Hartfleld. 3b 0 0 0 0 0 0' .beks
Sox game at Chicago was Goodian. 2b 3 1 2 4 8 0. 4th Race "F- Natves4F McDermott t 2-21 and Niarhos. out a utnanimous 10-round
ned on account of rain. Lenhart. If 5 0 1 1 0 0' Purb: 75.'0Pool 0e: 2: 0 e on 4-31 and Hegan. elton over the classy a
D the National League. the Stephens. ss 4 0 0 3 40' 1. wgto from Newa New York at Chicago tta says me was both."
0 ",irs retained first place by Vollm 0er1. 4 01-Dies R 1Nw a g
doI ng the Reds 8-7 at Ebbets Wood. rf .2 0 0 1 0 0 2-Coa Alfaro 120 .h (Postponed, rain. ba petstomachallasthie
FI& The giants topped the Dropo. lb 4 0 0 10 0 0 ta rell 114 Boto. I but ket it a secret
..r. ,-- Th he sea M0Demt. p 4 be J. Phi rllips 114 1 Wa (igh to Gam)"b' t Afeeli t a, no, l..
C|g|nals 6-0 at the Polo Niarhos. c 3 0 3 a Drpp4. rber. Phillips 114 Riah (I-U Atwell. M Washnaton ......... .'fe n oka no. i.
Or i ds. The Phillles' speedbal I- McDermott. p 4 1 1 0 2 0 5--Golden trl B. Pulldo 116 Mc (, Jones a1-.L. a snton L .. .. .. .. .. 4 "I'm feel ng okay now,"b I
e hCurt Simmons held the Pirates Totals- -6-al V. Ortega 115 Claire. No other ame acl d me iAtemarin l Bt to
to hreehil ts to gain his third a 2 17-Aru T o -.mede0 Sanchez 12 .14
VICtr-0atPhiladelphia. 8-Malaya A. Mena 112 has eated a It-
At Boston, the Cubs took the Cleveland- AB RH PO A --- ero A. Vsquez l2x Gme mact eith Joey Maiah .
r or a doubleheader 3-0 but Avila, 2b 4 1 1 0 2 0 10-tVolaor R. Ycaza 110x Ch icago l that's contl. ingent on
oto f 0S e-- F o r, Emru O title 1t wa" "-l. .
theBraves retaliated by taking oen, 4 e 1 n0 2 4 1 Boston 01 ay x s o o
the second 5-0. Rosen, Sb 4 0 1 1 1 015th Race -Alamd D"W.Imp.-7 FPs.IItippand E&MU. neU Ryonth. -
t secoa-Reiser. 0 0 0 0 0 Purse: 1,-A--Po* oCloses: 2:55 SpAbn (.14) d Cooper. '
Simmons e tched his econd Berardino. 3b 0 0 1 00 en Plido 120Mtt says he can't lf
shutout of the season. striking Mthell, If 4 0 3 2 0 0 2-Pblico V. Ordoflez 120 r t"\ that long. He's thinking
out eight of ather n striking Easter, lb 4 0 0 12 2 0 admaster Vasuez 109x St. Louis. 000 0000 4 1 ngs rrnge a bout wit
o. ut eight batters and slamming Kenlnedy.. rf 2 2 14 B 0 4 ON 00g 4 '1
i te-park homaer thatCastKenned rllo lt0 NeBw Go rk. 0O M0 12x--8 O11 0n The mammoth Memortal Day T .r lnr the ritishE o.
scored three Philly runs Del En gan,- e c1. ..4 00 5 0 0 5-w eta dor AA. n115 r 4).1 *,rle, Bokel kn. track meet has attracted atten- dleweitt Champ. I' Ijt -. to
tlhie Aosh ln En Lemon,. p .n 3 0 1 0 1 1 and Rio tion even in the United States. ivp rpin a try," says & .
nRtehe Ashburn and Willie b-Fridley 1 0 0 0 0 0eth awe ol-1' I rted-1Mile Kennedy[( C)oandWestrult. Coach Alfred C. Priestol ota. jle'abee dog some
-s drove in the other- with---Parm: 515.-0i Clones: 3:35k Zaxler University hias donate a g6ood fighting in the lg .
Sfigles. t Totals- S 2 7 .27 11 2 nts Race of the Bobles CincinnatiN N 3 00 00- 7-11 1 -beautiful trophy to the winner cliss, so it could be a good
Th oh te 7-4 in the rtLn AgUirre 115 tooklyn f00 450 14x-8 10 1 of the 100 meters dash or N" E"
The Dodgers, trailing d7tbi th a-Ran d f irms n nnth. is. r no 112 Hiller (4-3), Smith and Semi. girls. eAkIe. .
i rhth. came htolife with au uR b-G-rounded out for Lemon in 3-Incomparable Castillo 120 nick. Coach Priestley's interestein Pa[e?1nL P t dat %.
rlampanelly three-run homeroy 9th. 4--Mosqueton J. Avila 120 Isthmian track 0ems from h1'
SABdy Pal ko doubledt went t r Boston 101 000 001-3 6-V. a Terre J. Bravo 120 Black (1-0) and Campanella. h sprnt team that W m two es
dird on a sacrifice by Duke Cleveland 101 000 000-2 7-Nehnc R. Va uez 120
er n on a fy by Oil Hoe8-Marlacalito B. Pulido 115 ie. The opuar ter h
Son a fly by i Hodges. RBI Mitc bell 2. Stephens. 9--Br6eze Bound V. Rodrlg 101x Pittsburgh 0 000 --sI t hew a kar I now mfor
Goodman. 8 Goodman. DP ),JIM 6t-Rud1hrTr.
See Adeock blasted a gran Goodman and DrP.; Easter had 00ob-6100 no a
1 11 0a-- Goodman. DPte r W Al
homer in the fonth and Boone- 'if ens' -oe w ~ e VI and Mc y RobinSon at U aer. ",5
y atten got one with Dropo 2.-L at, 11. y aed of the. les, -N (k). and Lop-tt,. 2U.f. oli o .
base to account for the land 8. BB McDermott s, e- 1t-M ,.... .. P .. ...ot h kald ** ..
usr.s. Rookib Joe BlDck mon 7: 80 McDermott 4, Le- 'lpayo 3. Apgurarpm aare tt- St..............
twa e d ol Dermot -2 Loser b 5.. l da A. Coronado I -Pull) B lo1 Clerk of Course: The fight for first
htta In defeating the Car- 1431. U. Stmmers. lMbIIy, S.--P. 8tar) V. Ordefes 8 5---Pampero II V. Ordofies 114 S Leney Pablo Kirvm, as- will a mMen
ace Gerry Staleys.ho suf- Soar, flanochick. T 2:37.A 7-llaon Etole V. Arals 128 6--Miss Fairfax B. Aguirtre 114 ; Finiah Judgew: Chris- SisiM t o MCI
his second straight Iess to 5,394. #-The Dauber V. 115 7-R. Aligator V. Castillo 115 reaves, Rudolph Prince, 9tArMth ef in an implrtat g
9-Alto Alegre V. Cast 110 Bowen, John Mitchell; P I dthe
10---Pla J. -odrigua 141t Leon gastmond, Luther Ramb to sta
ul enp th Race '"-2' -.oPr e t .e l lNtives:- 7F1 5 Lotte, Cecil Brown Peter lat s .. 'P. .

r' sy Set For S m mit H ls C hb hR '"" -"a oIn rsR,,, toseir
StFo s3 .1 k 0. Z..{S 2-TilTan G. Ramos., 08, Xt.V. IZe R os
3-Bendigo K. lorso 15 4--Golden TanV.A 115 nee Btake, Maurice Hay-
4-Hit V. r 5--LaNe F. Rodriguez 107xDia, C. Thompsonh orSeriestm e
ring the next few weeks it Gene is. best reme6 bered as ---Lacontoo Baatt115 Golden Tap raes out of bet- A.; Marshal; Cheley .'Mav 2 (NEA).-4 dMe
is itelikely that the members the sportsmamelike character w 6--Bosforo V.O1e Da irLsaTor.L
e Summit Hills Golf Club Induced a snall snake to tn 7-Callmedear B. Agulp ii tn tin. Baron Warren; Field Judges: New t h.ta thing on the,
not be on friendiv terms habit the cup on the 16th green S-Rechupete L Pa Ie Rchrds. George Spring- Cleveland.
one another. during the play of last year's 9-England J Bra-VO s Ju F"rU mart, D. Burgess,
is sad state of affairs willJuventa tournament, Mitchell o'vs, R. Livingston, P. T)e 34-mb ttrstser con-
eafault of Mercuro A. turning l fr opponent, M i Race 'G' mported-.4- By CLOCKER Daniel, T. Jemmott and George seats of Jis l, T
ma jewelers, who are stir- Whitney, into a nervous wok. re: $450.00-Pool Cldsu: lotKnox.''t.
'up the "Sweater Girls" and But Gene figured it was wu One-Two The ratbon officials listed The'Ii? "l ow- .!o 7yaiq" -
girls b sponsoring the Sec-I It because he won a Juvsia 1-The Bath Road J. Afla 115 1-Redondita Golden Bound below. Tuesday at the ed by ds'
Anual uvenla Club Handi- watch. 2--Golden Time "F. 10 3-Marsellesa Diana La ftrk at 6:30 p.m.: six: Ne N me t4 ,
e Juven4as watches worth, Mercurio says the hate to 4-Sismo A. -Golden Girl Calenge tveneau,WillleRa- manAr, tme
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%yeung Army officer who trailed
beautiful blonde model to her rWENTY-SEVENT TYEAR PANAMA, R. P., M_
Wartmnet apparently killed
imcelf accidentally today al-
,qr he resisted his advances
"I can look down the barrel
td see the bullet." said 2nd Lt.
-erbert Cook, playfully .avinsa11 Iu
i pistol under his nose and
'sacking out of model Margy
Woss' apartment under protest
The gun went off and Cook.
t-year-old former Michigan 5 B y Unet .- ,i G;
ante College athlete, tumbled 5 1 r T
ed down the stairs outside the D o Ba V onei
B-year-old blonde's -apartment.
Miss Moss. who Is separated
from her husband, was held on a KOJE ISLAND, May 23 (UP)T Clark has described the Koje 1
technical charge of homicide, United States paratroopers situation, with the prisoners run- I
but police were expected to re- drilled in riot tactics with bayon-ining the camps to suit them-.
lease her after questioning ets and gasmasks today as South selves, as Intolerable. I
Homicide officers said the Korea civilians were moved away Conmmuiftst prisoners yesterday
khootinf apparently was ac- from the prisoner of war corn-set up their own guard system
cidenta. I pouds holding deflaht Reds on inside netorlous compound 76
Miss Moss said Cook, a "bright Ithis island, from wh1ch- they have barred "1
student" and distance runner at Aimerica) hfd other 1.N. person- T
MBC, was a persistent suitor in The compounds were still un-mnel for more than a month. -
their tragic seven-hour game of der the control of the prisoners. Nasky Chinese and North
hide-and-seek that started when It was not certain whether the "
they sat on adjoining bar stools camp commander. Brig. rGen
In R restaurant. .aydon L. Boatner was prepar- aaI tuILml
Ing for a showdown. I W COalis' o.
"He tried to start a cenver- M
his own business. When Army Comtmander at who returned t U II ilim
didn't I left but he fo wed so .te l today after a two-day i
weeviion fur model. be no further trouble with the s May 23 UP)
Ater stopping at another bar rione The Arrtne Government
with Cook tagging along. Miss The S th Korean civiHas blAmed a latholios directed
Moss said she hailed a cab to weft ordered to pack up and from the Ua d States" for the i
meet Bob Murphy, radio an- from the vicinity of the IC.ft riots w stONmt i '"immo- wi
iknmcer and disc jockey. Cook Ig camps in a step intended ral movies WhereIn 11 persons a
hopped In the ca, too, but left .- eut the prisoners off from .re i njure&
When Murphy appeared. musgroun eommalCatt6os 2 .,he wmre.iots In Buenos
Miss Moss said she thought between the compounds. Alto and Otds this week at
*he was rid of Cook and after the oentmi an Argentine
the date with Murphy she re- The ingenious POWs are ap- film "Atomic wtkrbar" which
turned to the apartment she parently still trying to keep n features five osantly clad Cu-
Wbares with a secretary. touch from compound to corn- ban dancer .-
Barly in the morning, she pound. The Mi Arvmy night charg- t
Mid, the doorbell rang and there e N e
was Cook, "grinning with a gun One was seen atop a barracks with Promoting the drive.
I* his ond."' today flashing what appeared to Ine"or MAter AnEl or-
She told .poUce that Cook did be a signal mirror. leaigh said that 9 U e'fons ar-
rested in the 1uen6 Afres riots
not threatM her but said "I mhae benreasedbu d
suaully et what I want." M4eanwhile the United NatiMons have been released, but Mxomo
ol A htt to get ot... Sp0reme Far East cnmmiaider Guillermo Mantel iS being held
that e t stay here," Gen. MarKt$lark, has dert*te for trial.
ImSN Mpolke. "All the 8th Aeny to get ucottIed C Police founrd a r.ftbo n
tm. he _m r m t e trolWter the POM.the Mantels' bne lit
*af feesu with the gn." 4. toi n
SSh said he assured her she Unitedt Mst rio
IAf 1ot be afahI, as e gun of all. &r blf lter." ed
was not loaded. Finally, she sid. por2iA t biO fthi roved A
"got the hint" and put on **tdr A am iWN di. b
S oat and went to the door. ed kv aboa d. 06
An he got up, Miss Moss saId, sFrom Wt ahiaton, the Direc-C "
I cartridge rolled on the floor. of the ButWi of 61eirma- of
ae said she picked it up 8and 0 ,1 of the National Catholic
handed it to the youmg otler Welare Conference ato today.
who put It back in the .32 that the "legatilon a me oom- d
calber Germai-mAde weapon. .tel.y without basis. aa that me
That was when, she said, he U. Catholic miss= i n en
10ked down the barrel and LatBt America are encouraging w
ad he "could see the bullet." action aalnast the -Ateaunte bo
oice Basld he died immediately. government.
tw bullet piercing his aulL Is
fcUSinq t none f l the
.NoJo
ice No r



o. (NATelab~ ) Building to Its new i ca
Housewives found store bins VACATIONING Mrs. .V le the Balboa Housing be
Mpty and blackmarkets were Mesta. U.S. Minister taim- The office Is loc&eaW4. 'Uw th
%orted srigtan up. embourg. arrives in New Irot northern end ofO th'A dtg
" ahe towly spud. once as com- for a three month vacation. which was until lastI
son as water, was so scarce that Emphasizing that she is a De- headquarters of the ou
4Ipme restauEants stooned ser"ti- moorat. she declined cment Terminals Bureau. te di
them. Others suggested substi- as to whetheR he favon '-n. Housing Division 0r0. wI
e such as rice, noodles, Dwtiht D. E nhower d cupying spase hi tn V s. a' th
Waghetti or bread., or the presidency. basement floor white' si, tI ha
recently occupied by. ItrB ia
Line ticket office, .
The headquartetal
naunity Service N
the Housing D)a ~tlt-
main at the Balabos
ministration
If i y got business connee
will be handled at, sU
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Sp ns ed n there. 'o.u ba't k
'eh bet*- an I d al't know."
d ey heavi. He said there Is no watJ9,-
i the American ling how many prison tIS are hel
u side the or ft any hare ee
And while VanFIu
're identified as fidbet theta Would4
rrigible Red's. riots, thb CoMemi
*erms and 'rm- stand in Poygyni r
no wea s. obviously Were
e .that opposite whotue
ta with the were trying to stir '3W
escape -th'eorders.
i' p lnfOrritUb Both the Red I
n 4^M^P~aetlls of Pe g and the Cbvm
to t W North Korea radiO w l
tfe llg i" were hammering
Alliet charges that the Un -
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