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S 033 YEiAS. IN a VANO*** m .... g0 S 84 00
BY B IJttCZ BIOSSA'
W a ter W inchnt Still rognize Red China.
I But a truer index of British-
SChinese relations is the action
Zi In W T r of Britain's business interests in *
abandoning their huge invest- b.
ments in Comtmunist-held main-
HBBOAbAWAY LIGHTS land areas.
e Door: Julle Harris, the slfaul star of "LA CWAM te" B1/ t Af otoe British cor-
1 e Empire), cometly fulfilled the hop e e Mils. poratfons tare to the
M as mot promis1ie atressM 199 and pelM ,fi a m t sly 0es- 0-
a01f ,performer en 1951, Mis Baaris romped off I'tae sl- Htete at fts ,000,000 .-
oun's highest award this season: Best Actress. ..Qi t BR. R 's to S1,400,000,000, hwWh is re-
tJects at the Met Opera next season will be Yvta *uri$ d in presented by factories, docks,
9"L kme." For six guest performances. This Is the role In which warehouses, shipyards, hotels
S Lly Pons first displayed her Immortal navel doing a hoochy- and other establishments.
keochy. Sumae played. it in So. America..."The Male Animal" (at They a upbecau
the Musie Dox) has a lot of family In it. Elliot Nu l, the star The are because
add co.auther, has his daughter Nancy and her imbas tlhe under Mdo 4. Trng's ed
ast. The one revival of the year that was embraced every re.fme they ave Mben hound-
reltewer...Carol Stone has been picked as best actress of the year ed by fines, special taxes, and
l by, the 12th Night Club for her performance in "Desire Under the necessity of paying full
the Elms." ,waes to their Chinese em-
ployes even though their
Business hall been at a virtual
Opening Nights: Robert E. Sherwood's adaptation of Jacques standstill for long months.
tevals "Tovarich" is the latest of the Old Hats. The 1952 welcome
was nob as passionate as its reception in 1936. with some of the Whereas these firms once
oracles reporting "rickety in spots," and others declaring "s 1ry used 10,000 Britishers, the total
as; ever." The herald Tribunes a r. Kerr summed up: "te is down to 120, and these now
pleasures of the old play are Intermittently there"...The only wish to get out. In short. Brit-
nhe entry was "New Paces of 1962," a revue. It. arrived with ish business managers merely
sctapbooks from the Tryout Towns--il sugary notices. The wish to recognize a fact.
troupe is made up of youngsters reaching for the stars. Their business has been sub-
stantially killed and they have
been subjected to intolerable
The Reviews of the Week: Tenor Richard Weagly (he Town burdens and interference. There
11ill'd last Somtnday got the oddest notices you ever gulped at .. is no sane reason to hang on. -
Vitgil Thomson In tne Her-trib.: "...a voiceless vocalist. For of To a proud trading nation, a
natural beauty he has none and very little volume...yet he was country fabled for its overseas
set unplessing to heat.. .His voices toImply non-existent...and enterprise, decisions of this kind
yel it projects"...From the JoImral-Amensean's Miles Kasten- are extremely hard.
Meek: ...triumphed over unusual edit...gave an exceptional Already Britain's trading em- *-_ **
sugg recital with little voice to speak of or with which to sing" pire has shrunk almost beyond - "---
.. Mr. Weagly Is probablMy too busy figr them out. He directs the worst Imaginings of a de-
the music at the Riversmdie Chuath. cade ago. |
Now it Is formally accepting INew L IZZIe
another shrinking of its effec-
The Cinemagielans: "Rancho Notorius," starring Marlene tive economic orbit. ,
Dlett..... As a oeter-than-average frontier fable. It features nce the Redsw' trassment of By nd Ste
Bar -as-natls hombrs, who turn into butter when Marlene is British business in China has dW n and
around... 'Kid Mopk aroni" deals with a pugilist who de-. been deliberate, it must natur- ---
te4ted by a lightweight scenario... J'The fSan Francisco Story" be concluded this is the re- tur-T- Th os Sna r
To ed the great city's long-age 21mar. Joel .McCres a l ly be concluded this is the re- WAAMINOTON. The 1ouse sd Senate are ad
Sthg goldmi chos lons atroamor s o de Car osulit MaO seeks. He 18s gett Ing rid plainly d to deal With ist year's de- read
t goiminer who discovers a treau med Yvoe e Carlo f British trade influence in fense and pp it ons in the aal
L. e8 ,ou to Austrylia for a brisk drama... hm a f
S..ira in 'Technicolor maxes it worth the trip..." Loan s tetor maner of orde in a evyh moment, until
hark' is a crime story-guilty of mediocrity. "Miss Ialy" is Havin given the defense of the United States Tl
8arki" iamort from Rome starring a Yankee Doudle Dolly We shall see hereafter what forty whacks some weeks ago, the House has sion
p ea Constanice Dowling..."When in Rome" has Van Johnson advantage this brings to the now given forty-ofle to foreign aid. The Senate inr
S Paul Douglas giving a rrail tale more hel than t deserves. Chies.. On the basIs of per- will not be fglphn
formance to date, we may be It is Impoftht, first, to trace to its source 700,
forgiven for doubting the this spirit of arefzree ax-wleldltg. theI
-*iin Memos: Marilyn Monroe ha a sbitrole in the up- gains. To put Britain's ttsable The chief f orore Is the organized group of Th
u "Clash By Night," but she gets co-star billing. That's enterprises into Red Chinese business lobbyists, who are always hard at work and
*b they mean when they says: "Just so long as you spell my hands will be pretty much like here justAfying their salaries. Among these, the wow
Srgnt, son"... Roy Rogers' horse, for that matter gets equal turning over the management United States t'Chamber of Colipftse Ig the most
Switch Bob Hope, Roy Rogers and Jane RusA in Pro- of Genteral Motors' central of- Important: also, the National Aa Mlstion of uCI
so VU 's "Son of Paleface." It's in the contract... Raymond flice to the ovetright cldeh-up Manufacturers and even the C the for Nco- a
S. mentioned as the intruder in the Arlene Dahl-Lex Ranr sDuad. I noic Devblopment have been a helping not
Hia -,WU produce"'l- orao 0mmean" as hflext._.e M san_
SeomodeSrd a little toe "San 1r''isco tory,"so 3 It a radohat The t.S. Chamber i wap mead-p
1 iatssLrgion of Demeny l lves It a .-rating.....J U I t ese eomfrt le ed, "It's yo onur IrnBg.") has menM
eao wm1 star in "Rub Y" a novel about po' white realties British policy Still calls avoided any frontal attack on the national se- Th
: who becomes rich whitbmS l b...Ruth Ettlng's former hus- for recognition of Mao. curity rogra. Instead, t haboldly charged slt
(Col. Snyder) gavi bhe hsay to include him In the film Theoretically there may be the military services with "pure wg tte of ,- the
v14".of her life. He got a$oS tax froee...When Lloyd Sheare sound international law in ,sp- 00,011yor art" per ye-arc, and u.d i s-o c ep
(in Theater Arlt) that MUGM's old timers (such as Spencer port of accepting a regime ire by s erod-the-bosrd c ats. Th n a, of course, O
n11acting (with Opebuma) In "Pat and Mike." area It rules. adopted. defe
But in practice Britih When queried about this remarkable $5,000- Th
Bt in practice British reoeeg- 000.000 figure, however, U.8. Chamber officials in
he Aristocrats: Oliver Goldsmith's whimsical-whamlca. British diplomatic r sen onfsed that th we to do nt t bat
"She SLoops to Conquer." was offered by Television Theater. The tive at Peking has been steadUy inhe n ure was it appeared the rsult. of i
18) Century fripperies seemed, fresher than most of the gagging snubbed since his arrival Mare mystical contemplation, plus talks wft with
that passes for humor on the networks..."These Endearing than two years ago. Hebert of Loulaio, Who ha ot d itd ad
young Charms" is one of those folks fables afflicted with ker- Obviously the policy ha no it either oult, who hs not d
nel.-bearln. dialog. It almost makes "East Lynne" appear so- advantage and has degeneratedge hs I
NeteIf .. offe 2rin v ia sin,' Te Lionel Shapiro. was another lieanTheeConmptfrwapproachhh -9M It
ex:Wp. t offering via NBC's Television Playhouse ltst'Sabbath.le intoneC,.No detailld xplangtion was guts
4L mppy merger of author and players..Red 8kelton's table Winston Churchill's go"M when the House ehoppied *$4,000,0w.f I he thor
m1annes on his May 11 teevy program must have dialed him out. meant might be moved to can- defense approprtitft.- -6 exaMin&Uoi 1o8- be tt
eel it out u'ere it not for L .queotM .ag .ttO pttdwheli thi H1u pl.a- (C
last-if viewers had feeble stomachs. Oh. Mr. Skelton, please or Party and other O -4#- .. .. ...
Not while we're eating. r Po. The opponents he M
argue that any gesture &f I1 1
the Story-Tellers: Perhaps tweaking Hollywood's nose Isn't conciliation toward OCM hi aD
Sae it used to be. Ben eeht's mockery of Hollywood (in hopeful thing, even ifi a pro-
) lacks the sing of earlier efforts.. If you're in the market duces nothing.
ASMae-cake. People Today on age 14 sells it wholesale. Perhaps it can be said mapt
11 )-TNoodv... The Satevepost's IEdr Snow sketches one of aCurately that Britain rose-
A 11a1 's assistant murderers: Georgi Malenkov. The most sinister nizes China but China does n --
"- ii*te for a human being this sMe of Dracula...Ifyou c iz t Britsh. WABINOTON, (1A). Of al the qntnl Ye
'4 i asnmib, then skip Redbook's shocker about filthy conditions How long this one-side d political campaign .B og f waged the eyWS, hi
m le food markets... Harper's has the year's under- play of international goodd to- cadidacy of il-year-old T h0m ai gih
S"Truman should have bean a better President"... tretions can sensibly onth s fdor Democratic nominato ais Ul.. P3r11
WrV.af -Ike contest is expertly boxseored In Quick. Terse, clear I hard to guess. n evadta merits S lal attend Mo.
d 5 Srs hing relief from the chest-thumping campaign man- But the precipitatl withdrawal Nelawapner ansae ie te- .
J poetry will make you a superior employe... on the Pacific, who e here t at
'MirC C oets poor? K He first got a part-time job with a lo1w I
t KWMt0 -, --E rI *erea reado station. But he was soon a a
|.Pre-B : The N. Y. Times' editorial sieup of the Com that tu ande i time beoan'e to-ve
i ssue: "You can't put a racetrack fence around betting 1 n ", lttir. e wa Ts fcty o S aeen
we accept that fact. and carefully controlled legal bettm BiTH iB sour School of Journalism graduate
ur police and public officials will be corrupted by ras M IKSi 24 Lst Dcember TomocJai toad a few f.
lJ^r dposal (naong those lines, some of the stuffier news WN0 0 .Is s. "en touh toNe(ssd fred rufi t
Swere terribly upsed.. The Week's fodder for moralists wu' i for te v. 8.
elation that bookie Gross who once helf'd a 20-mullov Everyone who heard told ht e was trasy.
ar abllng empire now hasn't a sou The President sa n r
(eQlafter the conventions, he would carry his fight to the | Tm o trIun n< S15?OM.
I-il5U tell them in words of one syllable "so they will un- 16 v"ses. Ire watcedround WS S nS
M|k "...The one-syllables they now enjoy appear to bp : y 2H'r, raewth w: . t 'to
,efr ".Headline" "Con reaslonal Investigation of Red War m mus of th nate. and I rh1d it. "_"
e. .Sory lth y ah e al lue Investigatingln .fit r to MCSn? m hasi ruiJSSSle.dl 1
___or._ be dena aout it." e, . We
IISim F5u' e MsrkumnastBhla: Os1ar WIlde: Me't i ap A A 1^B ^ e tJ'tS= I
Nathan IM-M~i dotuhie usKe -~ber p' b ele who dr out si raht that wy. Birt th.
S*llas B." N Mechltag, 0mcraM tic .
ter r . Senate," It said, has now
atn&a three ishmaA o what he
OUR TRAADITIOWAL a m ewak the o stiabe6l pr f
ANNUAL SALE ____ *
STARTIM Hi e
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vowes oant not ob eam=on
bolt to MekiDbo or an MOpm
tH 6 afttMti. Nowittia
w alA afantW mai rnmmiki 4
& sad hNI
A aclub owner toUff W
Iage this means that a Ibapllf
niued American baseball ihejItPps to 6
him more money.
hat the richer ball clubs Vi trolto
the highest offers to
emendous popular intil i
ibllcity Itself does not a t
-'--R-T .tu t thet gami will always be operate 8o M to 0ti
ba hhate tam Dito
reart Atssp y ^^Cfit
limit On next year's ndin of funds tMab, l otnV2
y appromital KM oligated, which W t-i- uil.t he I Ciferans ftU dt dlt11u "
nut of the Antrican preparedness 4ftt eiex g t ahte t tI i M
C I 57SM has been e eM te aB
he most solen forecast of economic cO~ hvI- haTe vi teweta Ju r rtnft
i and perhaps even changes of overmneiot football i radio and' V
Britain France and other NATO nations, ."If 1b4 Iimmuu (from the an t It)
5 Mafly mIored when the House chopped ed ,b the committee concludes, "ll I a
000 out of the economic aid section ofry dealon b
foreign aid bill .ai
he idea, this year, Is to wield the ax blindly, "Club On must act as partners as wUll as n
leave the Executive Branch to bind up tle the Celle comiH!o ludes. .
4ds as best It ma. 1OrganlMt has for yeas oX1 tlii
eNe ectar tr obert A. Lovett and De- positionn in the business of selling p
~tLectAry Willham Foster are both brilliant- ttone to the pUblo and therefore has
.. am stouti conservative men, who have he only ot for the services of
oe for thref away the taxpayers' mo- .f p player .
It -co b ihwMML, therefore, that th = b ter leaves b II just about where l*
hus ax-chopping at their funds can as- 'ft- e power to move in on the club owne as. '
in cancelled orders for planes, ta. f l1
llkq on which out future survival y we LIQUOR LOBYISIT'
the other hand. a has often been point- 'e liquor lo 41 "
ut in this space. tN unit cost of Alnerlcati taxeetMW rechkto$ e
nse is outrageroudy nd dangerously nation,
he real reasons for this high unit
uch phenomena *4 thtig W o America i ive
gallon, with its pe cent more amen an
,r cent less fire poe r th e Soviet bat-
n: the Joint ChftI 6t Staff organlzation, r
its inhibition for Wtey Satonal thinking;
the high pay of a*r .fltarty mapower,
h Olongrehssha J ttl. 'l
the critics of Bet. ifvytinve the political B
IAd the detailed V I tO LttAok theme iquorboS nwevqw
ny is e sand other sbb uw they woul f the oreo s
0= leebhNg lint reamy'sWtt at
Arch-villain, Pat MOCuarwsSbic i
a. His opponent in te SOlUEMntle
1ary is AMa Bible.
le just happens to be .
, MRv., law partaet. But.-- m.
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w uld sPeimnto be just fit -I'-
od thing. th rem
cilhng's chAnces of agetua5
i. 8 ff .n tIIM1-y & Mt Ir-6jd lft b 14 P U P ,,
S the U. a. ,Seate fo .f
that period he has b A-l u~' "'"p-r- A "
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He ithe son of Mr. and Mrs.
Frapk Wood, former ielddast
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home In Colon.
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mot dl- do fm e";I&
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WITH THE NEW, PERMACOLD SYSTEM
* Choice on
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Shipping & Airline News
DMueo Aires Airport Shella Ann Gilbert; Mr. and .-
A is Swaiming Pool Mrs. gene A. Granger and
Buenos Aires' Ministro tr- three children Mrs. Mary Z.
a1 Airport already tote Ord imp and daughter; Miss Pa-
"the biggest and most l tricia Haran; n Harter;
*,li the world"-has aMtdanf-th- Robert 0. H apq and Mrs.
or lavish touch to IM* iftj tey James L.NA tour chil-
ties dren; Mr. and lt Mortimer C el
a 0-by-i80 Mt all-tBt Hill and tw Tt ; Mr. and
01r pool Mrs. Charl,. olb61ie and two
e complete hldren: Ae Holt and
d. room es itand daughter and att., Mrs. Cla-
W.! dIvatera, 9I directly ra GallIhei~: and Mrs.
beli fLairport' f t-wide Donald P. .on and three
S run nabUing ~i ers to children.
watch es arriving and de-
patin. eMr. and Mrs. Howard R.
Other recently opqnod facilities Johnson and son: M/Sgt. Wal-
at the mammoth.,5 S0O0,0O0 air- lace Johnson; Mrs. Margery T.
field, which is served by 12 Pan Kahler and two children; Mr.
I American World Airways flights and Mrs. John M. Klasovsky and
a wek include an air condition- three children; Mr. and Mrs.
ed r,,staurpnt seating 400 people Stephen C. Lesaard and son; Mr.
Sand a luxuriously decorated night and Mrs. Morton L. LeVee and
S .two children: Mrs. Elizaht.h Le-
The airport, cover g 20.000 a- wis and two children: and Miss
eres of ground-avproximatelv Sadle Lipky.
: 'j,o00 more than Idlewlld Air-
port in New York was opened Mrs Florence V. McTlhone and
In1950 afttr five years of con- two children: Mr. and Mrs.
.tetion wrk. Ralph E Malcolm. Sr. and
..Its five air conditiord build- daughter: Frederick Miller; Mr..
.' housing office of the Ar- and Mrs. George Miller and q.$
S gentine. government and 15 inter- three childr.'n: Mr. and Mrs.
eationnl airlines, were construct- Luis Miller; Mrs. Anna Lopez de r. 0.. aL
Sd entirely of brown marble. Morales: Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. l. M
pre.n tile. gleaming chrome and Newhard and threechildren; Mr.
Sts runwvB measure 7.000. .-and two children; Gerald M. I WWIt
500 and 10.000 feet in length, Pierce: Robert W. P.'acher; and
tnakiln them capable of accom- Miss Patricia Peacher.
modating any aircraft in uqe to-
Ja inldat rn Amr icans g Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer B. Ro-
ant double-dek Stratocrusers. ga n and three children: Missgt
In addition to termlnl and of- Amelia M. Rosenfeld: M/Sgt.
fire bildines. the faciltlr'. also Sam J. Saladino: Miss Ruth
Include ei'rht hnsr.rs with Fn Salmon; Mr. and Mrs. Solomon
artd- of 199000 square yrdsh 8. Shobe and two children: Mr.
re of 1000 quare y and Mrs. Clarence Sibus; Mr.
S.lnn-ror hotel iq scheduled and Mrs. Raymond M. eShr. Rider
te... s l and two children: Mr. and Mrs.
to be opnd xt fal. John F Stephenson and three
r.Crist 1. Se-eh---.lrd children; and Mrs. Mary K. %
Crstobal She. rlev Sullivan and son and mother,
T Leave Here Frid Mrs Marie E MUlvehill.
Thi Cristnhal will leave theMrs. Mare E Mulvhill.
lsthm; Friday with heavy load Miss Reba Tyler; Mr and Mrs.
of northbo nd vacetioners. acF- John W. Urev and two children;
rorelin to the advancee umssenwerI Miss Valerie Wald: Mrs. Edna C.
list from tho P-nPmi Line offl- W er Mr. and.Mr. Gorge R.
ce at Blna Reghts.1W tver: Mr. an .... .
Sa hose on th shi will Williams and two children: Mrs.
AmonS those r on hietor. .W R Ruth U. Wirtz and daughter; Mr.
rh, Siurd E Esser. director of and Mrs. John A. Wright and
the econdear e d oia ion rnch two children and mother. Mrs.
Sthe Schoos Division Gilbert race Wright: and Mr. and Mrs.
F Furey. assistant printer of the Harold J. Zlerton.
bAom a Onal Preqs: and Har- "
Zlerten. assisipnt nrincl-
i. *; )J ~lboa High School.
Srnlete advance passen-
'iMs Terry Alonzi- Mrs. Ruth
Mrs, Elizabeth S. Nm t o the Ce eraI
SMr. nd Mrs. Ken-
it w -- atF 0
Ea, 1r:Miss Oer-
Bran: 'r s. John #.
NJa a Miss FloSn ritrme.
d Mr. James 0. Catron
0ehlhlfen r. and Mrs.
a randl7r tDrei cil-
aM son; Mrs eler .
Mnd two children: Mr.
.. Ralph L. Edwards pnd
)fEldren: Mr. and Mrs. Ri-
Itr.m. I'W-.r and daughter: Mrs.
Telnik Pdiiannup- Mr. and Mrs.
ldmilrid C Fishbough and two
children: and Mr. and Mrs Gil-I
bert H. Furey and daughter.
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0 .Mar .t talngAnn. tai lers and .
M WillIAms. ^ . datewad ndafabria at ? C a wg fy to us
on the 12hasandlectures to
a ClNf. o e SAr!HMIAN DATA et neSA Ph-. lteit. b, o utthose tofm he
S. w. *e of bOwthe r-kfuar, v and ommealue for li whd ar te lan
tand OrL performers In Whers wea "9rat, Mr. ave th
unt m- m es U t ,tr n I'th by the u. ft or ny rather t. a a o edd rwitha h *wn-n
S'R I tnmd eteea wt a S confmct w ,MB d d I df lr Ftuae *for he hel l
att aan ".t t. atib with ehbtrbwton loY, and. otMU r 5 .,A, da r, Mar fa*iY be In oheld wce thn
IAadertwohm wairta., kD OnnY.ita and IolrAi. 4 4Wf,e e. e Snnedy Ahed hthet r beauty oaideAn
-to'e -rrwM3 -on 'te weloosi ijh, jA Mf anson and Mr. .ere.. .. liangi wh m how to use
u db ; t r a tmetw-ager (above w o' stresses that
h- b n D4 r1fttrluhd, ns a, !,nezr m .re ondtor
to A st as4fhitlrd.bt. Dnnest nooSt a to t hel ri h
ve b mer., of the wor of da M sn P .le tTI that tgla her Pshe's Em llt May la, Te eoehoda aet
ll i t4 "ai f AeJn n-l, which w na s o'. a u wegP mn u d, so -ed value for her oeamends arTe and de
Saomeewell l med ftnt hel thbthe M "at 1 PR 1 n b tAl or nerraw her than a erthaw led 1 8 1l for the bse of ans
*_* teT k^ t^i^ V Smple..Ninettp' CanAl BOne Art League, has b.ee, fuy. .... "ba -n."
7:40dBte dfor he r, she'll 9TAd htr.jf oe ,
. gi^uests~wlere preen postponed because or r..on nYor kAV], M. and Mrs. Ivan tan lu tlt noio rnhUr 0.] e llI Mfand d uclt fi,
S of r ts Wth an rexiblton in he m = tah o W t61 or onebIoadarurght
Vo l mvo dat adl M ad n Shot- eangot. ts -a ier (aabret whoB 4s.A ..o
V as to, A. _. a toake. a e to-d .. K PoR .o- r., ., Mond hose a. a.
a 6 l f At er oin SeTh of c ahter, hAs -- A i Aurd Ited cubed a te ,
d- IIJ -th 'me WTh be, hof coled. M B ,y athtok Coofpdolubl ly tag that terlshee at Te rethodsk.
SMr. LF iwd two Gorgsas Surgical
W ltOW. 'Meln s good, soundw valu e fribs mtA "aPi En
-.-theStIm at is9 an aio eit Chief Leaving s TII 3 10*)
d-mamathe fuI-e"-x" bO $rin1.
wn#Inn s est wersrgca tm..athe, oshellfn- d
ptonba uso, and s I an ...Di t t .oA oonother "W a B su wcll
i o S iaes ColA, a da Co mt urar etM lower, it.l wil leave t no
.WUEE Es t n EMERSON ..,, ., .. EMER 50 N
,konrMd 'I08 .4Gorgeat*tfe
t6 a *t dma hta NI iu,.eun o ,of. Model 640, volu
oS Sd atE~ ~u~u S NS B Mr. and MrW. Tth t r to fall from uloI Nhaaahve, Toe ,. y ON
for smiaf re oPhanasma .sonMay 24 at o"- i Std the pilot cut w a r m
B U MC a n l a d W d o n Stihan d M r
eh not u. a sn a so. TODA
bablyt ee a rtonaldeatlbn of m an thaIny further s AIN N JA J MS lEa n Mrpl s. A L. i "" T' .....*'
the whole defense mttu I'h u- In the aid p would under- CROOKS Mr a nd Mrs. 0 S TART .
wpe.". nine trea wesle defense. He vla of Parof, a son, Ma7y a I J
t., poo ua.a..ap,...,.a.re.-_ ". MONDAY JTNE' 2ND "
th*p ctab i4was W Iis.j-- I kderaI killgd wwtla D EA' '-I
e a Ma TeS-tt s idrnothe 10atgs u [. I t t 1
aid? b atak sesaid the _eor M nuoC, Lon, I y to the
", "and M ,0 at Gorgas iplayol. '
aal rtuLJNGOBECK, gllfford, 4.
rLm Qolom, May 23 at OGrga HSM e
"flw PAYNE, John 1., 88. of Oa
ane labor, May 25 at GorM Hopi41tal
at Its best...
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#4 Tivoli Ave.
Fourth of July
FCR SALE: Comply
and bedroom sets 01
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FOR SALE -9 ft. Fr.gn
with freezer compo
1488-D. Dohrmon S
FOR SALE: 4 pcs
cycle, 4 life oackets
cars. Phone 83-615
Curundu, C. Z.
FOR SALE: Diningro
Cocktail table, all g
mattress, single bed
nity with large mi
large, mahogany, ch
robe, Rio Aboao. N
FOR SALE:-Countr I-
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2814, Ponomi. 9 a.
and 2 p. m. to 7 p
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our Agents or our Offices la No. 57 "H Stflt ii ."
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
Sal6n de Bellez Americas Carlton D i .
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-Phone 2-2201. and *5 West 12th Street 10.05" Mef .. .N
Ageia ltertmacionai de PiicaclonesI Propagand, mhdumftor 12 wl. dt CM atwo W
Ave.-Phone 2-0441 *3 Lottery Plaza Phone '3413" ebM ddloal wor | i 1
ALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS Q COMMERCIAL AH htod ESAs
old Antowhilc, D..p ,..e. D p bel..l ie .a It- aP L PROFESSIONAL He ttg I .M 'l li-
Wies Alwmte ms AInm-. sel hous. espon..aurrne* a1 i 11 a 8 ,. if- -
ete diningroom' -Service Personnel and Civilian.. 20iv3 M W TOLDea iI I yOU 500 t- '
nd <.ohd maho-I Government Emo_ ~RdbyWE TOLD YOU SOI~ Sl ,iRWUiiU
nd sod maho G-nst Eo Dr. Wandehake Medical Clinic, 140 o t Wim. so Th stblr .
ehold utensil. C-mmenl Employes Finan.e Co. Estudiante Street. between K andl.. READERSDIOEST ihavte"Ilt Olaoa te P S';o" .
8. Meld uensildez When you finance your n J Street, P6nam, 2-3479. Day & REDR D T _In the lost no1kt
8n Tel. 731. or sed r. n Night Service. 0wdhat a wHaea a WOiT o d p 1 i1 6I$M MM
ore6AGENCY EHLINGER SPCIAL EXCURSO1NSI 4-55?7 30 .enigs. I ecticide C1HLORDAN- is Mpende o lat mth i I
lidare, 60 cycl N. 43 Automeble Raw Fly Lacsa from Panama to MEXICO 'erea Intpriee.Aprildingsraw
,rtment. House Plne s-495 4 3-4985 one way $85., round trip, $1351r15 r In the April Issue w i sata lur W"
St., Ba l or selli or buying your next auto day-limeit, $160. (good one aorl (fIt's the Killer In Real Kill taexepti es.
bedroom .ellncias Cosmos, on Auto.to LOS ANGELES, one wayV1049."BuIt in the ariculturalea I fsl
machine 60 mobile Row 29. We also sell 15. round trip $252.35. 190 day- whims rt f I) ChIetrade for Vour farm o Bhoow
meoe: Aewci9s CosmosonuelOSIANLSI way t te acut dshw
cork, 3 small GUARANTEED Used Tires and Imit) Panama Dispatch Service, op- swimms rad-ror rden.kR
2100-B Tubes. Tel: Panama 2-4721 site Ancon bus stop, Tel. Panama *. 4- 2 n 0
turdoys. open all day. 2-1655. ny GEO. O F. YOVEr, IN n defeated, the Snate ia *
Spend YawIs d efeteetlthe tend
FOR SALE:-Pick-up Ford I941, FOR SALE at entrl Ave. TeL 1 he take ap a bill extend
c.m furniture ton, duty paid. Call 3-1726 or 3- L *1it eb control to March
lass. crib w.th 1203 Cristobal. M nllnMa c" I m controls until June 0 e
complete, va-o- -__ _Philits.A" Omer cont rols unilJune 8r, h. a El
rror. wardrobe FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile Sedan. FOR SALE:-Boxer puppies, Cham- Clare. Coa "lbeh. sonIU %0tnerease in metals alloa- a'tem nlh *, "-
ildren'. ward- blue, seat covers, excellent condI- pion sired, papers available. Quar- PeannriA 3*7 Bb.stabLl 3-1X7a.NE lrOltilan ManuflsBc rsl p l aM"Itted
o. 1090 Tel n. 365-A Frce Field Phone t383-B. Ft. Clayton, telephone Casin C nce music by VENETIAN to the July- eptembe l 9 '
FOR SALE:-1952 Buick, 4 door. One a2 guage n c as AMoyes4th reservations n- BLINDS nm nio nhe I ha te a id
o, plastic uphoste$2 FORSALE- On 12 guage Win cessarY. Me' 24Ih and 31st, BLINDS =haP mirodc Ioenilth oftye, t i. tt we.
csLE Perectf condition. LeSving ,th r shotgun repeater.Lik. facturrWl beffiv
new. Phone 6-381. House 280-1 beyonF Sm.tCottages- Deily, l petore stnd, per' "inpai.WImam
Tel. 2-3387, Balboa, C. Z. after Gamboa. tironS, a C2801 totjl g wre wk eL 1 erCent morer thad S w;IInupnI" :
ate 3 p. m FOR S r TeL -WM atel t tore icuranum thd at r pe Real, 2. ae aI
R SALE-Morrs Mnor Conve- FOR SALE--Bolex 16 mm. movie ry 2r Teit2 l. 1 centr ore uminu m than at e are
FOR SALE-Mo Mnorcamera. I: 1,4 25 mm. 1:2,8- beach. For tWtTon visit g. 2oul pe Bi a .?'i t asm '
Home ,n Chor- bible. First car %on. Crisro Rey 15 mm I 2, 5 725 mm. Enlarger m Tvl Avei No. 6 or 2. 2h
m. to 12 noon Panoma 3-2752. p op teles, tor s set, etc. Also Cro- Willioru' Snte Clr Beech Cot. PANAMA BROKERS, INC. r- there vlio Amal td ."t '.t.
I. Wm. TIRES CLEARANCE SALE Flex 2 1-4 x 2 I-4 with 3. 5-85 toges. Two bedMeams, Frigidaire HBotel El PWnal i Ill Wel n do te net eet a yet
0 x 15 black 4 ply mm. Lense De Jur 11 enlarger for Rockgas re. Balbo 2-3050. BELLING: -_a0dtII0sttlot tvtab i- l
disease 820 x 15 black 4 ply 35 mm to 3 1-4 x 3 1-4 Enlarge- Fuersa y Lus commonn). ot AMre goods Until thaet I iel -111
Suitable for Cadillac. Oldsmobiles. ment. complete dark room equip- Gromilchs oanta Clara beadh- Hoteles Interamerleanes. tales hI demand. Shlelvarn
n d Buicks, Peckerds and Lincolns. ment, the best. Like new. What cottages. Electric Ice boxes, a as Clay Products. a re we stocked. 't.
25 % Discount 25 % am I offered. Banjo mandolin with stoves, loderate rates. Telephone BUYING: Cop. Increase will permit mal I
CIVA, S. A. ao 12" drum skin head, for prof- 6-441 at-toU s-e 55 percent of tf
spensary Pen.m. Tel. 2-0870 feslonal player, has terrific melody "th Tea. 379 83-100te Calonsed Ii B
tone with case, $38.00. Diablo rV ENT ,Lat l ertat d4Ing the a
Disease -FOR SALE-BARGAIN! Ford Station Heights 5716 Shounts Street, Apt. MODERN FtNITURE I M
Dl was D, road is opposite iblo Camera MR1,
lo pit was Wagon 1942 A- c lon .500 p. m. -7:00i p.im.o 'Club W--IM OW ufnlinui .. ld t ilM CII''i"
y ta throughout. New upholstery, wood- 5u:00 mA I ITM T for the
acent to the work, point. Tel. 3-2856 Via Es- FOR SALE: Poker table, leather LDA SS A MDM tb-u--iu-pe the-t VU @ Om
he fir.t flor poor a 2034. upholstered tables for 8 persons. ants. MM iM gle.a. Cu,-ok ae
n dispensary FOR SALE: Mercury Convertible No. 19. 45th Street. tct ofls S. O it SteeMt, New Ok A R sc T
$450.00, duty aid, radio, eeel- FOR SALE:-ligh chair, play table Critobail sIsnen 1k Ai86 Colon. lW ook Air Res
ork in comn- lent condition. Must be seen. 'ret. cortbinotion, $10.00. Play pen, FOR RENT:--Lora modem two bad- ,
lhe clinic al- 2-0556 After 5 p. m. Tel. a3. $12 00. Call 2-1306. room apart centll, cen located.A e f imi S emi
oynt phy- 2844 Avenido Naconol 36 FOR SALE-Two sets Officers pinks, Ca at Corpilecf Alftae N. 28. T JltL
or local rate greens plus battle jacket. New Perui Avenue, PoanemiiU. -
condition, size 40-42, very reoson- P nlo- Shlpptng, min~vk* *raq. | in 1 t
Position Offered able. 6 I.IBAncen Boulevardn- PERSONALS pApan, 0 A and "W" ofo.0r -0 -" a
n yterdy NTEb:=-SpnlshEnllhh speak- FOR SALE: -- I Hi-iderfllv Coe HoieEnintrin -- correctly fa .
rternoon the ing Office Assistant with know- Speaker Faos air coupler 12' Justment of The Body.Structure. .4 11 irl i it$th t m
in the dhl- ledge of bookkeeping and corras- speaker, dividing-network; 3 speed George D. Barbs Jr. No. 11, 7th 21 aW .lab to Ket In o h" & tMac1t.-- l
pondence. Telephone l86, Colon. 25 cycle record changer; Hi-fide- St. Tel. 2-3833. 8 o. m. 8 p. 9 .th Ian 3vrsary l bof 5 lothtbnII II5uBb
Spanish-English speking young girl lity amplifier; precision f200 signal m. By appointment. the .f tU W nnivers ryat, i umber oa
generator, tha of theV. Aire. lad e 1". ilt, *
Spanish-English speaking y~g girl generator, mobile antenna, 20 me- us sue Srvifle c1 e"titol
witr knowledge of bookkeeping and tor beam, miss. audio,t ern )---, I, ttst .-one rfJip . .k^ .
stenography to assist inaoffice. Te- gear. 611-B, Ancon,_Blvd. NO MAN'S I X OA Iiimo. Service Ii the u"w"e" to tn t> ^
lephone 1386 Colon. r.6-AnconBvd. O MANS 11 H X Ree ServiceIs te w to be ourMi inUs g R6
FOR SALE:-Very cheap. Lorge elec- E UHAN' VS l Mtiton, l wtlti the autnite ad baM S t.. i tt...-.Al _
tric incubator. Tel. 2-2814, Pan- (LontDlned frm Page 1) "SowIe EX CHANE M ervie ta locations.
1 H l nma, 9 a.mm. to 12noon and2 1I2orWPace ) .. Id9 A rh a s d worad-w de
Help Wanfted o 2p Pa"acue service to the
____________________ n iP. in. to 7 p. mi. points between East and West PAM ao. o ^*
HelypE W rieG FOR SALEd7-OneSu grade 20 TheCommunists have recent- o the
i not apply without references. Good power Argus spotting sopo 20 i 1Ycloned mntall but foSr.ho rnthe3 hrv ne 1910e. was m- t 0u ,.l '" '.
salary, small family No. 15. 52nd power, with leather case, new U Wborder cooling r i" US, eW pro- uadn S
will trade for good binoculars. lince the Berln blockade. esothe enles
Phone 28-24738. In nedhert e eh rescue f,,,
e.,___ _ res__ue_ Inwrefrst rad-fr115mT huinrhue (;v"
Los Completos Club WANTED the Soviet Zon that DevNaeloping yu Unitedi a
Sponsors Jamboree Miscennen m workers Zd e Russianadm *A I ro9 9 1IW
Panama's "Los Comp letos" WANTED: -- T buy 25 cycle f trench ere tIny u la il ,A a i '
sporting and social club, will x 18 Ctoba. blocks and felllng trees In the ARB l per- ?ioni to e everw, 10t du i
sponsor a dungaree jamboree, at WANTED --Bachelor or couple (pr- newly-proclaimeg "no man's tf o frm hte ael ot 10:i1--*v a liti..e
the Prailso Gym on Friday, the lp rrredi to shore comiai Bal loaMd." l i** scene of ai-s-i aim the at air- 10:a moote
club's recreation board announce Heights. four months. Telephone W, M 28.-A tools it PoeMM1 b M- crtU fti by BA-18s, lli- t
ed this week. Balboa 1749. They reported that official in- new i r hetng Army sistance.- B-AI-t Is aby 1ia.-B'2.. a,
The Jamboree, which will get WANTED: Nicepartytakuncement posted on Bast can, # Jin the field by On May l l' !_.r In the abort ~ an of years,
udferay at exactly 3 p.m.,wiln Telhone B alboi nebulletin boards warped fuel uit cue Service Ar Be unite have -
feature Colon's tLa Troploan'. Telcat rIng four mons a bhiwna ta any Eat or Wei Oersmam S na Is being develop- signed -the forao a aroud record. A rec.- it
eclal orchestra and Panama's Marce- getting loot In the frontier area el for Qe a Quartermaster re ote M avnti_.iHW". 4d th payi off in. the high- 3O- l 0 a
lehll Ilno Alvarez band. WANTED TO BUY:-Machlne for Would be shoL on sight without Corps, We apartment of the dental I i a e of xa" .-- saved
The board alsot disclosed tatl making frozen suckers or pi warning. Army maMMooed reently. StatiLe. Y., T su #I
r guestsare not obliged to wear of ice. Send offer to, Box 1 ntO i-mmeiatelny ato4 ee o pelr Po s es padOil ''
i i WANTED :---A^portment, 3 rt ewhetaer he mew e iIthe hat ,Co liTiR tr n d fflt, T ITIOt
Is --Ap~~fL......Iandrtmentwo be~e woud apply to "l'-sector tira- vncaniing f tae fuel and rescue
Co6n rit n two bathrooms, or two bl vel witm Berlin. I the past, Units 18Us ,around each tldatB d
Rector To Be Guest room, groundflor. Tel. 3-1789. yie ZOne reatrleom within fI a felMtMI htsilthe con- MAY, 1, AIM. AltUAL SE
WANTED:-Ex-Army J" bo,~ their sector of BelO tents of teca to the proper is I n the
Speaker 0t Rotary h dieseI engine, around 40'. amxmere
l tr of Christ Church by-the-Ee P SD MG = amnncan MONDAY JUNE 2ND .-
in Colon, will be the guest speak- Abraham Lincoln o.s eteraph se-vice ter the mens have b ea nein Ruois
Rev.eetermont iof l t h e Yot cles, tom West Bodin. The Quarterm--rh Corps hab tras ler O 03
t ofement ota the __sfirst gidovernorshlp Or an iic at& r i de in .I B R .. 1T
and the placewSwoi et a1 c ri g itance l i nes between co ibat tnee. x tenive field s ai '
To Addnes Botary tC ANAL zOE t a a..ne RS_ m litryse.
". S^ ^mntS: "? ot Youth Wel-5 E_ _.AN S OF ro .l N Wv R ,-
morr _r aoo L c oT. ANK P. L. iST sc22
ArsM re Aoenual tan e 2or.. '. U est lneroaG elltsMeotlA-s Naidi eo a tui l ide inar 0
of.tig Netartacs are epial- In,,aa" s .a p ,j ai .andnall telerapt geP li- tgh wnd VEmN iI, I ._ W ..dA ...
.W mi deof wba etlm c S AM, L C *icetoe" ettoM mba i t'fl i, -heamt.
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morrow noon We rns sn the cs e. we ere-'z--7l igtw' a- I .- r
poldo Ar bela. up|e sr- OTOLAUNC "-t LT. ,Ai N, : P OS 382
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*ical Golfers Invited To uyar Wins Widen Nationa
TryFor BenHoganAwards English Derby n Leaders Lose In A-L
National Golf Day, eo-sponsored by Life Magazine and the
-fPrfWessional Golfer Apsolation, in conjunction with the West- 5EOYM England. May 21 W YOk M
S m Golf Association, will be held this Saturday all over the ( he A Khan' Tlya Th ants
ifni Ben it ianl l the wieeSae and third horse. a .IxtSi stra ahaaWard-over the ,nts
eUited State Bras a iek In the Canal ZorFnet and Panamador to daow nted-irle na z a nue Do1
the Pacific Side. thepr routi s, with fel6 handicap allowed, will Y Airforce sergeant from Port a, hit homers that proved se
be mathed with. an 8 that ogan play on the same day at adnd third.regon, breezed nto the fourth Gants- victory marin.
give every golfer*b, Das. It wl be Hoanal Z one and Pgainst aaH wn 6vhn rAr wt- a 5-4 w-n ov tan h n the A a. n
ed opportunity to pit his skil -against. Amermas U.S. Open tittthesemhngth e Pen aled deinrihodes.is o mrlate -thi sit s n two-nt s
Champion, president of the The pro Golf Committee or -n co champ from Ta roe eand Br l-
Local golfers Buddy Ham- public coupart may plal will tholesn of Nort Carolina beat Gordon De- etia ta l ,er the
either at Brazos Brook on.re Atlantic Side or Fort Amador on t a wlandr of Scotl-and-2u Neril Hval an dieMaya andr -
the Pacific Side. Their rounds, with full handicap allowed, will.28. waseanIhit flomershan o,
mceived cabled permission or the alloway System, which readily North ans of Chicagoeant from ort.Law oer tht prv
be match golfers to join In Nhational establisheays ona fair handicap on The stage i t for the great But h t regonce of Scotland onto the 1fourt Giants' victory margin. e
S Northwood Club, Dallasy. It wi s of an' scongle .round track spectacle o the year. The -e m hole. Felix alam 5-4 win overan who into the ecd ten
'Ikefiel......-w dy Roberts of England. r,*, had bin beat i t1,io f"-o
At Brazos Morland said green Official rule governing Na- record field of 30 athlearvetes Ward, the former Inter- tohe eaNr Y adding two mI. I
fees wlMo and, president ofd the The y-pron Gdolft Committee uor .rtr e b en N hown et h-radlme y anncolleg 2ate chimp from Tardoro,n .. PhA liesr and Brao& ed ai p
M azos club, and Buddy Hal cl pub availabiccoure offictestan will then by th Tan, and the expert Ca Anderson ofthe U. be Army tornl- or the Ph th anch omrb aT I
d manager ato o over and pro or Golf Copute es mitte e rothe La Boc anBadicaps bry the fnall thewar of Sco tland-up. i n thek n t double the aves came
ceived cabled permission for the Calloway Qystem, which readilyl North eame .Evans of Chicago beat R.N. Law-. Mt3 ui tkini the opener.-3
o golfers to join in National establishes a fair handicap on' The stAlte r et for the greatlBut had a rence of Scotland on the lst n Innms and te rmmW
-oa lf y. .the basis of a 'ingle round. track spectacle of the year. The 52-Y1a mt erchant.imihole. Felix Salamon of N yackewina thea.le6d '.-4 In ton
SAt Brazos Morland sold green Official rules govern g N a- ,rec r field t do athletes the lngla--_ b a .acK yt he secld, -i ten
"ers and every local club available to coptestantr by the by the YaO, and the expert ,11 IM Anderson-fther U tArmytrim-. Phi with pinch homer I
,s*ger Is Invited to go over and poor Golf Coumittee, .rmi of the La Boca Ball! i all the med R. L. Haggart of Scotland, In the eighth the Braves came a
dlt a few divots. Their own club Results of Ben Hogan's round PSark assaur the success of the match it t hole. t he 5-4. on to win in the twelfth on three t o
handicaps will prevail. will be carried by radio to all ett if the wethe n o had to 4t1 1ilal t e g- 4 .lng and an infield outn .as 9 ..
ador will accept outsiders, clubs and golf courses. Thus at meet I the weather man co- at It reg Pat Mu of Patersona ew W n pahn wn i ou s frth. U
tonibut they wish to forewarn the end of the day every con- ope'rt of s18. also had a close Jersey, upset David Reid oi Beat- game. t i u d Srl
t their course will be parti- testant will know how he fared ode but' at close. land, 2-ard-1. John Penrose of The P.tls tied up the second .n ... 11-tT
ar( crowded since this Pri.- against America's finest golfer. Regardless of the weather., The .Caroliun. tlte Miami trounced G. O. lll1es of lme m the ninth with three e A
saturday and Sunday is "National Golf Day" tourna- Unisport Memorial Day Mar- finally Cammlen cotland, 7-and-6. Bradford Ta.-.rns, two on Smoky Burgess' d ivhbw n.
the qualifying period for ment cards wll be furnished to~ lthn wil be conducted. Only of Bewatld. -4d-1. well of Norfolk, Virginia, beat homer, and won it for reli e ver" l tl.
Amador Club Championship. all clubs. da -long torrentil downpour AI the kin. g Amereian Robert Barr of Scotland, 1-0. Apa.dW A"ns.en in the tenth when tth h% til wavti optt
Amador members who are wig affect. the running of the mana t, leet-knowt Paul Coste of Jamestown, Deltnmis tripled and Willie Jones to tol afri t.
qualifying for the Club tortney U au Ilm maraces at the La Boca Bal Park- o feis Unte tatesa Rhode Island, eliminated a fel- acgred him with a fly. But l_ 1". .
can use t.e same 18-hoe roundi d Y r ell ven .e narrwttir'- low American. Coste beat Major tn other NaUonal A g e g PA h han M" .
-If they play it on Saturday | The time schedule for the wis as k4 y roughs o( the Oliver K. Rogers of Wago, Texas, game, the Cards outslugged he H catdr, itny, a
for the Ben Hogan contestt.y BALBOA cycle races, which will be con- 5-nhutnde se*aslde cMuVe. 1-up. Cus 8-5 In a home-run atgemttle P-eesod who had l
Here are the facts on the Ho- .. ducted by the Panama Cycle Frank of Garden Other Americans who bowed ago and the Reds downed the tTo la It tgh on all
Kan tourney: L, nigh .n the WarUp Comml.sto, follows: 2:35 p. m., New York, .pset the lA l out were Chris Dunphy of Palm t in 14 innings 54 at Pitta- comi .
Basketball League of the Balboa 1% miles, cyclists. Class C; 3:00 favorite l- alKyle 2-and. Beach. William Harponay of burgh. Tht twor1tta commlttee
VOW DOES THIS WORt?: YMCA, the "A' Division met. p. m., 2 miles, cyclists, Class B; Hobart M lasy of Savannk New York, T. Ross Thomson of In the American League, the wan l entraat t know that
Every golier plays an 18-hole The Air Base Group defeated the 4:1 p m., miles, cyclists, Class trimmed .ylor of Seotlnd, Orlando, Florida: Joe Benolto of Y kees topped the Senators 7-2 mtttt be d by t ,
ond on his home course on the Comptrollers by a score of 56 to A. 5-and-3. Maxwell, the U. S. Salt Lake City and and Captain at Yankee Stadium last night day vgtl UA rseUltopea
iaSe day that Ben Hogan plays 2. Stalfant was top man for his titlehor rn Odessa, 'Tenxas, J. S. Allison of Charleston, estath on Ale Reynolds' two-hitter. e e theeknadt ftliset.d
18 at the Northwod Club. Dallas te-m with 33 tallies while Gal- 'he popular r messenger cycle elimin a Fiddlan of 3ut- Carolina. Th e Tiers upset the Indians -4 at la by
scene of the fortlcommitY 1952 Ilvn made 17 for his team Ines will be ItM at 310 p m ith -run sixth Inning ry n agr"gal. e t
score against the field. tTie second game between mi fI at 3:5 p . Boys may en- White x blanked the Browns i nn nn K n so
504th A. and Ist Rescue was 'rll in the race five minutes o in a aSt. e lou night conatent 0 doo n et m i h .e.W
HANDICAPS: All contestants also a close one with the 04th before race time. o aul Rogovna six-hitter. The at OrEkl a
will be allowed full club haOdl- the victors by a score of 59 to M at the will wAthletcs defeated the Red Box d o .
caps. All women, playing from 50. The score for the games is as Marathon athletes will leave sto st nh men
oezn's tees.%%,III be allowed, follow : the LaDOCK Ball Park at 3:15 \7-3 iBsl to n oast nightMen
Tve strok ......p. to ther COMPROLLER P.m. for Pedro Miguel where . ..and Del Rice h.it homers for the .
bona fide 'lub handicap. Golfers FG FT TP theywillbe re-checked by Dr. Cardinals as Oerry stale stuck g
who do not have a handicap Gallvan...... 1 17 Doerig. Transportation will be It ut to win his eight
rating will be judged by the C1l-. Paza. ........4 5 13 available at the La Boca Ball WI 0 Bl ierena hm 1e ,
loway Handica pSystem." Flaherty .... .. 5 1 11 Park. andHank a e, IS ohV .
score W-T Abeda... ....4. W N ational League American League. for theu -aui.n.,
NDTC&P beats Hogan's _wi Ruessen.. ......1 0 2 sentCtives will meet at 9:0 a. d ge .agrinti, hitting Bhe-
resolvea spcilly cast broune m., on Memorial Day, in the Of-t : "first homer of the year, gave the1 t trr H' .
mestl from LIFE and the GA 22 8 52 floe of the physical director of / .eTeams-- Won Lost Pet Reds their victo overth BRandy Mle,
tIseribed "I Beet Ben gn, Up La Boca, for final instructions eam .- Won Lest Pet. leveland .... 34 14 .632 rates DA Prank mt.th gin.
National Golf Day, May SL AIR BASE GROUP rack officials are asked to New York . 25 8 .758 Boston 20 15 .571 three-hIt scorless reletf ball f
19ay PG FT Trapreent offals a sked Brooklyn . 23 9 .71 Washington . 20 15 .571 eteil-and-two thirds in nielg RPhil _WhIt. -To
Scalfani ......13 7 resent at 8:45 a. m. Chicago . 20 16 .55 New York . .17, 15 .501 gained his fat.victory .
SUCHTOENER?: Na- House ........1 0 a0 Tho n at . . 18 17 .51 Chi o 4 514 'rw dds hem the hia "
tibpro or Golf Cmm th ochterman .. 2 1 ppr to ow of ladelphis 15 1 iladelphia 18 .419 i t to
specially pre ared entry blanks. Findell .........1 2 4 anama American. Boson ... 1 troit ...... .. 3 .281 as BrShom *W tm b.
A caige of 1.00 entry fee. over Bonta,.......... ur one a ...
and ove regular green fees. ... Pi31 _tAL.u rgheMe-Is
w tie made. A R O *T ATS GACIAESS TODA5 GAMS ISO fou S er wins.
WO GW TS THE W ONEY?: referee: William and Batter- our Geen Innin s r held hit.M .te
One half the proceeds of Na- m n. at. Louis at Chic o Chicago at Bt. Louis (N) five ni b Bob
tnal Golf Day will be given the Second Game Cialinntati- AN R F0 A New York at Brookn n. Cleveland at Detroit (N. at a ral V
U.S.O., and the remani 50f 504TH F. A. B'rkow.ki, lb. r St n is at Ci oN.. O I oly Games o heduled. h it w b a B Threeo -
wi]l go toward the establUiAenmts T -TP s, a. .... 0 0 0 Onlhy game scheduled.r haiti Hal Newhoreel
of "National Golf und" for Banuchi.......9 1 19 Hatton. 2b . 6 0 1
charitable causes in golf. None Lope.... ......6 6 18 Westlake, cf . 5 1 0 6 0 0 YSTE"RDATS RESULTS ,in &e greater homered.
of the proceeds will be retained Agostb ........ 3 2 8 Po, ... .7 1 1 2 1 0 was given 0 tw r.
by the PGA or LIFE Magodilne. Suarez ...... ...3 0 6 Edwards, rf 412 . 2 S 0 0 (Nt Imbt Game)L i LukEateartt h d
ior ed in any way to hlpde- Valle ........ .. 1 3 Howell. c . 20 0 0 3 0 New York 10 100 001- Ch (Night Game) was single at weit
NewemnYcorek..1000.1- 6..Ch.200000 001-3 8 1 ba. .single ahd wor.t
fray the expenses of the tourna- Compos ....... ..1 0 2 e 1 2 0 0 Brookl 000 090 000-0 2 St. 000 000 000-- 6 0 to e while Brown ace
ment. Collection of funds will tie Mortles ........1 1 e In . 5 1 1 0 Magle (9- and Westrum. and Sheely. Garver New r as Eddle Robin
h ndl by thuetPeGA. Dib24a 11 M ,. u. 2140 Wade r4-3), Rutherford (9 and shd ey. nalrAM witha
will be through the action of the 24 11 59 Church, . 1 a 1 00 Walker.
"National Golf Fund' board of --F. .D. 400010 (Night Game) / a gave rookie H
tah contestant willDbe sup- PR FT T Totals- 525 140 Chhicao 0 u 010 0700 2-3 181 0m J a rG au h er
plied with a National Golf Day Helmuth .........1 1 15 JOA ---) Mayo = ipton. Scarborough nal 4 r-.n omker -.-
stad for that m day. Rodgers ......... 2 0 4 Pittsburgh- AN R IWPO AE D THE8 T -R Delak (b), Gumpert 09) and the A. U p _... "--. ......_
Boothrds will be red le .. 8 i 1 0Klipptein (3-3), Schultz, Leon- INwY ..
8eore cards will e taed Fleegle4 ........ r S b 2 0 ard and Atwell. b 2r0tt L Affr.
Into the club pro, G oG VCom- Clark o 00 o u Greco,1. c 5 a 0 3 4 0' # r.L
mittee or public course official Ellis .. .. .. .. o 0 0 o Kiner, If . 5 0 I 0 0 Cincinnati De-g.(N t Game) 5 5 1 V STTER TAl
at the end of each round. 21 _Bell. rgfso.Cn .4 0 '0 ..2.0.... .nntit.b.0.o .1ue (O 1i I"",|SAM ETHA.
Contestants may play as many
nc-Koshorek..G0 0 0 a 0 PittW sb0rClevk t N hour (1- 2 (10i,
payment of an additional Referees: Batterman and MIl-McCullough, c 108 Curh. m0th '(1-)and Se- , White (9) and Gins- The
r, foruend ash how e Baoundllama.ane'shrko2b 4 1030 Smith'(1-1)aThe53
for each 1-hole round Hams. night's Schedule Strickland, as 6 minick, Howell. ,3)nd M 4tj ais(9) and He forCA
pesoed., 2 .4 1 10 .5 0 Church, 1nN n AL
Any competing golfer who does A.A.C.S. vs. U.S. Army Hospital Bartilrome. lb 8 2 2 10 1 0 aralollet, W lks Ma n (lou 0-h ) and g
not have an official club handi- at 7:00 p.m. Pil.et, p . 2 0 1 O 0, -a,'-- Th mis tn
cap should write on his score Harbor Defense vs. 15th Na*l liks, p . 0 0 F.irst Game . ex 0,
card "Calloway Handicap." District at 7:30 pJi.. Metkovich 1 0. 010 001 r 00 002-4 12 3m. (N tGam ) d
M -l"ra, p .1 0 0 hn(4-3), Burdette and5 t. o t a11 g x- 7 T10, The _pletdA d
Roberts Kstanty Heintl- Johnson (4) and KluttL. Rey- yesterday 2 Mlr f ,t,.
LUX THEATRE CECILIA o 47 411 41 man (1-,Hansen and Burgsa nolds (5-3) and Berra. new q er- 0Ntes
&__ a-Singled for Wilke in aed p e s rd1" ^ a10 111&so.
b-Ran for Metkovich ra .10 (Night Game) hourmir e Ga
TODAY ONLY' TODAY ONLY! c-Ran for GaraIos la 18h. Beaed Game (Ten Innings) done bett..
M-G-Ms' raciest romance! Two exciting features! d---truck out r MaKlt in Boston................4.. torr
Elizabeth Taylor. In with Barry Sullivan car is I o o
with Larry Parks times: tudcats n ent, are ,.Iin
OPENS TOMORRO UW. 12, Westlake. Post, De| 98 ...courses in income tax account- G-vn--. (to) fa- l
TENSEr TAUT TERRIFIC f ton. HR PelagrIt *. C t- of an atomic age, juvenile de- d .annpnn
drama with Adams. DP Srkow atomic nuclear h sics, and s. e ...
flaming assisted I Left O i (ur- 36 mIS.Jging p r.o _,_,"'_,_.... nor I.
pauulons..i Pittsburgh 10. 33 -- O 4,oe
1. 80 -- Pollet 7. Cburdh m. lb ,m- I i-3g-- "
12; .R ai r [Panama 'anag i AR mitatde -
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pith a t~~he Gambits FI WMar. A8Cas
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derfully pleased with .
RAINBOW CfITT POUMT
Atlantole loftbl' L amu (Mm
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Mr. A. N. So, maner of Agenias Sasso, Ca. Ltd
"Usn noh or r ad ng medium, Lf
. .F ,ire first *-- shipment of CHAMPALE i wt
my entire first shipment of CHAMPALE M If}
4 W b iUseAII* ha
doetor, of our, hfisa
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peut1a . 1 0 2 1
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st aM.-. Won Lost
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e following games are sot
fled thia week:
DlItnOIcSi vs. Beavers
4V.rft vs. Dodgers
lon vs. C.Y.O.
e Wdnesday's game be
Of tA ieond half.
than ten days through spot advertising."
"I am absolutely sold
on the, selling power
We canmdo the ame for you!
od-t to to ta
tdhati W uMe
years service to the Engmk"
it a powerful
and the Canal
'You too can sell out your stock
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are guaranteed .boost your sales
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GOTHAM RAIN Braving a New York downpour. Gen. and
Mrs. Matthew B. Rldgway left St. Bartholomew Church after
attending Sunday services. The General stopped in New York
on a brief visit before leaving for Paris. where he will replace
Qen. Dwight Eisenhower as Supreme Allied Commander in
R ival US Clothiers Battle
In Court Over Sign Trouble
BETROIT, May 28 iUP -Wil- Kahn saw more than the red
Broad shaved his "A" today of the sign. Words flew and both
.he and his next-door busi- clothing men wound up in the
' competitor still had the rest prosecutor's office.
e alphabet to argue about. Broad said he tacked on the
e disputed "A" comes In the controversial tall to Kahn's sign
e~n more controversial sign, because the latter's contract read
"=Owest Prices In Town AT that he would sell only men's
William' Broad's." suits. "not ties and shirt like I
-te first half of the big sign- got."
" Iest Prices In Town" be-
longs to Harry Kahn & Sons Not so. said Kahn. "I've been
whose clothing s t r e adjoins selling shirts for six years and
that of rival clothing man Broad. I'm going to keep right on. My
When Kahn erected the sign contract says suits and furnish-
to big red letters across the sec- ings and shirts are furnishings.
t floor windows of his store I Assistant prosecutor Nathan
-ad took one look at it and Kaufman could find nothing
itliy added: "AT WI 1lI a m wrong with either end of the
i dt_ 's." sign. But a surveyor's measure-
To pasersby it looked like one ments showed what Broad's "A"
big sign for Broad's shirt store, encroached on Kahn's half of
weays keep gentle
ike ltive that suits
our convenient in
mar medicine chest.
Pt hf l slugn"h end
ibrrs. Don't let
a'css spoil your day.
L HEPATICA rinSg
tM gntle, speedy relieF,
iy with in an hour.
kuacU SAL HEPATICA
ham s, sour stomack.
I So Broad had to shave the "A"
down until It looks now like a
'reverse "F." But he still had the
upper hand as far as customers
At a quick glance It still reads,
"Lowest Prices In Town AT
7:28 a. m.
7:32 p. m.
. 1:8 gh. O.
On A. Practice
NEW ORLEANS, May 28 (UP)
Federal Dgtrict J U d g e Herbert
Christehberry ruled today that
certain business practices of the
Times-Picayune Publishing Coni-
pany, owners 6f the Times-Pica-
yune and New Orleans States,
violated the Sherman Anti-Trust
The historic decision safd that
the government, wh ich had
brought the aMit against the pub-
lishing company and some of its
officials wks entitled to "relief"
against the defendants
Judge Chriastenberry ruled that
the ,forcing of national and clas-
sified advertisers to buy space
in the States when they buy
space in the Times-Picayune was
a violation of the Anti-Trust Act
and an obvious attempt to hurt
the States' competitor, the New
The government had focused
its case on the practice requir-
ing purchasers of national and
classic ied advertising to buy
space in both the morning
Times-Pleayne and the after-
noon States as a unit. It charged
the company refused to sell those
kinds of advertising in the pap-
In the'decision. Christenberry
declared that the defendants "by
the use of the unit rate device.
attempted to monopolize t h at
segment of the afternoon news-
aper general and classified ad-
vertising field which was repre-
sented by those advertisers who
also required morning newspaper
space and who could not because
of budgetary limitations or fin-
ancial Inability purchase space
In both afternoon newspapers.
"This is clearly an attemot to
monopolize a part of trade or
commerce among the several
states, within the meaning of the
Christenberry ordered the gov-
ernment to submit a proposed
form of decree.
The Justice Department
brought the anti-trus suit against
the Times Plbayune company
and four of its officers. The trial
lasted from April 30 to May 17.
1951. with final arguments last
S.l i II
"Let the pfl e tame
the I'tWkital~ts 1Petted
for t *m;. Panama con*
test, AtMol has bten
disquaMfI on two counts.
It tW WiVnvred that' flls-
Blanco I set Panamanitan bt
Cuban. ?NWs lanco was under
the imphleop that the co-
citiztahfp ts essential. Added
to think, the tact that she Is
"not 4uft eighteen" make
her indlgle. Nuria will be
missedin the next contot tpt'-'
her place wfl be taken by the
contestant who scored the
next greatest number of points,
I-. Gotld TrophyI
O- The girl who wins the Missn
-S Universe Beauty Pageant in Ca-
lifornia on Jane 22 also will e-
H .' ~ceive a Sunbbam-Talbot conver-
ttble and a god. mahogany=bas-
ed trophy weghg 150 l,
addition to a ,0 movie cUm-
tract, it Wau announced today,
a t y N O A contest is presently being
conducted here to choose "Miss
CORBEIL, Ontario, May 28 'Panama" to represent the Re-
(UP,.-The Dionne quintuplets, public at the pageant in Long
still pictured by millions as fl.r Beach, Calif.
playful little girls. observed their
18th birthday today. The P a n am I preliminaries
Marle, Cecile. Annette, Emille were held last Sunday at El Pan-
and Yvonne celebrated their amia Hotel and the all-Panama
adult womanhood wtih a birth- semi-finals are scheduled to be
day party, starting with mass held next Sunday at the hotel
:at a private chapel in their to select the finalists among girls
home, from all over the Republic.
Even If Miss Panama does not
BefOre the day is over the win the title of "Miss Universe,"
world's five most famous sisters slie will receive a Bulova watch
wi, receive matched rhinestone and a trophy like all other con-
necklaces. bracelets and ear- testants from the sponsors of the
rings from their father, Oliva beauty pageant.
Dionne, and graduate from
private school. TWO Of 18 Hurt
However. even their nevi Tbors
will not see much of S t, th- When BOAC Plane
day party as the quintuplets are
nom leaving the grounds of their Crashes In Sahara
The Dartv was somewhat of DAKAR, May 28 (UP) Two
a family reunion for the IMonnes out of 18 passengers and crew
and their 13 children. SBome were slightly injured when a
came hundreds of miles to at- British Overseas Airways Corpo-
tend the party. ration Hermes airliner crash-
The five sisters will enter col- landed in the Sahara desert
lege next fall. yesterday.
The remaining 16 persons are
a C *m a unharmed, according to rescue
IW i os planes which flew over ,the
downed aircraft. '.
Says Czech Efhmy
Is Spy HeadqUaUs
WASHINGTON, May 28 (P)
- The Senate IntseralteO8tty
Committee charged today that
Czechoslovakia has used Its Em-
bass v and ConsuBlates in the
United States as "bulwatks In
the espionage network op Wated
by the Soviet-dominated coun-
In his report to the Senate,
Committee Chairman Pat Mc-
Carran (D-Nev.I called the situa-
tion shocking and alarming.
He called on the State Depart-
ment to take action under the
McCarrsn anti-Communasi law
to rid the United Statl f di-
plomat-spies and diplelat-pro-
The committee today LucAish-
ed testimony given durftg the
vast year by three witauMi -
Joseph Molnar. a CU ech
and one-time FPI .tau t
Pavlina Svoboda. fnrar eeret-
ary in the Czech oonalate In.
New York: and Matt OVCc. well-
known FBI undeover a who
I 'L '. operated within the CaorUanist
(?AMA'TaiUstor) Party for years.
WmN TwaO fat
c01 u b4. S he NO E -lU3MW
other. Ii~wsto- MILWAUKEE, (MP). Peter
-33Dtu Umann 21. isg 4&RASIN for
lear di gAt mn at the his forme ens. woe
ada sn t flDdis. fought as a Gnr-
TheAe .iMan soldk.r n n-r-
rine coras a M
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WASHINGTON. May 28 (UP). Ralph Capone's racketerUag
-Sen. John J. Williams told the operation to the extent of Vt.
Senate today that big-time Chi- 000 without even collectig
cago racketeers, including mem- Interest," the Senator ai .
bers of the Capone family, esa He said Jake "Greasy Thu1,b"
leaped or still owe almost $1,000,- Ouzlk, former paymaster ror ft
100 in taxes dating back as far Capone vice syndicate was al
- prohibition days. lowed to settle an $892,000 taO
The Delaware Republican listed claim for $100,000, about .11 cents
three cases he said would hell on the dollar.
determine the "accuracy or in- Al Capon Guzik. Joe FiwMt
accuracy" of charges that ganm- and other Chicago hoodlums, he
tbiers and gangsters got better said, were allowed to settle $119.-
treatment from the tax collect 37 in unpaid beer taxes for $30,-
tors than the average tax payer 000.
He said Ralph "Bottles Ca-
pone: brother of the late "Scar- 'Te knator saM reasons
face" Al. owes $92,914 in unpaid giwn by tax colleetort fOr
taxes and penalties on income e*SprO rising on racketeer
from 1922 to 1928. aBs are "difficult for the
As late as last Janqary, Wil-. average taxpayer to accept In
llams said, Capone was trying to View o the manner In which
settle the claim "for a small the Tmasury Dep;ar tment
fraction of the total amount Lefts him to render an ae-
due." enrate accounting of all fin-
"The net result is that for aaeila transactions."
the past 25 cars the federal gov- Williams, who was among the
ernment has been financing first to turn up scandals in the
Internal Revenue Bureau, msai
he was offering the cases "as
lsh sis further examples of the manner
W ishaSe C SIS in which the New Deal adnln-
I l i stratlon has been 'enforcing' the
Make Atoms 'Cry'
At Harwell Stahl
LONDON, May 28 (UP) Me-
tallurgists at Britain's atomic
energy research station at Har-
well today found that by cooling
or heating a uranium crystal It
will become deformed and thick
sheets of atoms will glide over
each other and make It "cry."
A number of sheetA gliding
simultaneously on their own
planes form what scientists call
Each time a "twin" is formed
a faint but audible "cry" Is emit.
These "cries" are picked up by
microphone record and amplified
by Aentlixts as a part of their
This disclosure about the "cry
of theitom" Is made in a 130-
page bok Harwell has just pub-
llsud and is the first official
storpVyFrltish atomic energy re-
sear l since the station was
T report added that British
scleatiM have completed their
studies an the theory of adapting
taft4t energy to practical use.
T"q df gn and feasibility of
tests are Mow on hand to build
suitable furnaces that will pro-
duce heat economically enough
to be converted into engine driv-
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Seats Group Qualifies
OK-Fw PR Constitution
WASHINOTON, May 28 (UP)
-The Senate Interior and In-
sular Affairs Committee today
decided unanimously to recom-
mend approval by the Senate of
the constitution for the Puerto
Rico Commonwealth, provided
the controversial "human rights"
section Is eliminated.
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