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SWithin a ew weeks of en er- r
,; (1ue6&.ons at 1i.5 In puavAt --
&DAu geL taG bitaes.. answers
Pon...d.a- aate can elve that ilaoor can re
tinFOP %Y expLL. liom .,
tr 'h f ln r Es "NBec' at t of Ie (o I sth we e .te oRi ti lsi be aCILULly o thei
t I .n N' too .. :! "m.d to us l- the per.bhcd rr tlics were
S-U." a yb; a '1'twt The: God they ticg r heads and over- alt.ouL, n the General h as /
a^.' L : r: r.. .." v Fac ," in short, h eai s sol. 'e Jokes ang in to1 a;s peope ft ii not ca .
a; :r e1 e -rf:., ;ou ;.u'u" er' oy hearing a in.. The stoteing paigntl inpo tbne i n p'a Itionael qr Isense,A .:: "
by -fu r:y A; der n bend the sets by reaol dui Bol rated the In ony in ae)tI4 i n uld ben
: dtut ..s tPt a"ct' sni ,ecrI s a in th e cast t Af erTve ie na I t Sioi d be Iis t
a on t-C . .r~res .O' her at:rrct ons with tunEs are Tree l iiiig to exet "ith the Union 1 .
" : .o :re," s rr.nl Anne .!'effr-vc3$at the H UIngr Tpm a ap to euu. hls t u l a .b phi- S 9
1 .'t .r '. E.: t::''n ;t O a .n', w ith Ph ill, ron ftor on than ioaefay. 0 -a. m br|otera, now j I*
a : > t a? i': D'r:rha E; eight In "outh PFa .ilE (at the M#Ja- w0l',i4 Out o C and0l, handve rt
T, CCZre : ,o.rr-.anme-:el eore mi n es NIet; begun to approach the uoS in
". U~t l" fat the t. J n- -), ditto; "Pal Jo, (St the Br.Od- oasiils. ,
hz:' a, .'he-*e ti -re are s~ImntsS e-ry p tro-moner 1 "Fsint tour Ap a
WStfn,"V wh James Erren and the o usi e Its chief pasoam for eth 6a- '
ot er.-.e e:h "O" T, se mI in:" k at thi- 7'efe h4) otr vhrh a me q0 ta t fll t h ;e rfeur e,
an ther m din a r' "Guys and Dolls" (at the 4th), woh is that th e tote neral h l 00 a4
aende- towKlmBt :
at!IIavkig them in. y pl a h.dJ ott Mwi ttlelHCb1su
r .,'n T '-re: Amo-, I the alber nrorl cthito's (ti- str aigh n datl s ba
s" o'.s C- I' /.ns n A C:.er: ,';" .'L t' r It i.rytO g 'uld I .e cur choice orn u ntUt o i Otne r l a r" B ft
ofr' B n': -r '" ou r.n iard tir time end coi.n io' only one the u.l dA Pa l l
1 Next. Mae Anmr l" 'at e the oMue f the w ry Ifuny show *.. t,o is ae tera p oll f. ... .
prn~I'a ,h't h F,. more'; "digl" at the Fulton'. wh!ch ntNk 1dr O h
.-".'S nepx v ek ar.r a .,t'cce..Mful run: '"Mrs. MeThint," star- geart ms n o dt I a tii tOi
tr-.i I Helen Fa r nt Geie Iorocol, the bcast hf which i includes vbFu mlm ibue. the fi t 1 Ototha t ed t an a&&I L?.
: h V:r er Alnc pCrtrle an Munrhin: "roit oat No return" t wtth blM1- EkeA t expected tU h t pr t for w-M 61-t t> t;v
-enty r Ionda. at t.he ,A'ln-one of the best plss on the borrr',, from A n circles when t hWitht en a go
a. i "'The M hn Is Blue' S at th eMller) now in its 8th week, the onesi l lan Derse the .'a M eis th
'wht r-h is quite a recommendation. naof-oe t o ottcn ac tt baly o w a
trated later tat, next Junu 4. 6 t k
1t th ,"w n's: John O 'iE' 'sa f!rst e ,tae was tshe phieen t oere te 10 and the D' w th
of ra*e -"m, A;p,,e.- r'iere he ueforT'ed tt'e''e-.rstat esU5 ma tit Party are in oO aff- wa At ta e
Sa lo---e- *r-uItt bl"ore s an 3!oe Exul t tha t there nhr4t, i ar ectiothate pdlitatI I fami withO .
'" r--t a .r.--- I--'s v'h -hom hA gaew up. "Do you rememf Walter RD thte and fDemocra- _
tl*," she remi--., "i':rt grl who red to deo bts of wate ti- ov. 'm" Williams, not -- m
S. w n w n"h f'rmt att4 on en ae "..."t money omy of mi ty value to aectien_.
g*:r''4 Gerfie:d, "ao aeter never forgets his first notice." other al lj"o r and political fM ,Add
h lea-Ata', but as men personally I Chvt V Wttg the
The Cne.T&ilans: "HIlh Treason." a BritL h import.1 I ea o rsd beachs oten ersoall ch Ote Thing Left Ublod e. t-1L .;.; .l ..-d
is I Ai abC e tu i cnmmvn st snbnteus and law-thn- It would be politically naive e and stewart Alsope at
O*f W-.nn: -i f te iof r ordr" ict nh a mpo.et I aIu WArSHlNO TON.-S ecretry of State Dean 0. ta re directly threatening the feeble and dl- Wt ant a
Kath O Ta'" oe foal--lai the Muhas lovelyAnne axtry t ake labor citylTh t a tt ina touhesincy te rand f In Mal e Sn u h ave yet to ma ke I "lo l g o
ro- '. t e 1rm o -hn. i te g o -laticket to e Foredon Jic te only one to a solid Acheson has flown to Europe, to u the semi- tracted central g ntent. ter
-" -tre" r"t" lr a. P be Ft .eris te Mst of hyour bodt. come The new stats Gern an5 erman con- solid g m in their costly, blood struggle a- wratl ahy sting, w ar
4.^-. r....r L t'o a t he ore t r o f pth' station r'-s th e, Not bas spectasar, t actical- tribu on to W em dtne ipe a .an army gains the Cammzat guerrila. . trom Can6a. '
SLthou e t te aor des .eAnd, Per Hammond once n ,ly, t"e Ai, the leade of ewh"ah osncl esls t larger Euro- fd itn Indohn A the war as M f_ the ICo, o
r o-h m i t hPb 1pId'e ,;o- blc ohrn -rotint of tlna- l -
taiThrwaye to tsfie : orma Thiron oe of the "al bes may e to stay neutral the signed o e maent are rat I the French that Faench needs for uropt t
ei-T'r ', -I r t0 per cn. ae ' aeg is a national Co L reopnar and Germao m peo.r* t ile
i's leaves. 'rrk n p E' V. ne w lu e n ao thes nquiteif re to ameda Democrac, the AWLy Unorv 1< a s it is t
ow. oroty Greenerm t the eoedaie n t ne i res me at th e swing bacn to the old x Altot lym oe ns. he, lod tr le a- e tl l
V L nmI ji t e Bibh .. Rope oMier wings to the coast June o m pers l ay o bargaining Irnut e tho M i dl e li t au eynntheaostA t h eu re h mI nrl]IM..t c hzia, fna t le. th
S t. uhar. aemenieea r, boAtt. m -o t that's what ath noa --t aries t the m s o rter e le re etl hout i it- hM ll
ef .- n -. ety sa leAast in Yee shetst efot thnteTe Tn' Th e'll btIe no A ne hIft- cai same de reso e
Aiy e real a' daY to keee xher nake hips". e "Wish endoeeten until t east Au- rith hn e tr a f u
E t ee Fe t." no;i in rehea l, s expected to h u the (sea's gter 6 when the p ad man catastrophe ab Id.
i 1 uE.l-re..I the te rn- agE r It Sir ten lb t f rot ca t ancil, ingo u e ding such ellamnt as r, lthleshuffle o fu6
Olte-i Ph r. r f e, iirl on a Drf l. Th h -re -itml Ptr llo( Dad Dubtll a- As -- nr r der Se n ORen 0 ll g
I.,fto i dr"'e an tro neverfore t-ss- his.ieAres n otsic" othea nlad eor|anMoite, eta Ad eros hnI tohren h; M e- 1 l e o htll ttnde -
Atelarnh, iy. onmenenferss tnsh tois i g inlth shl h
The A.infTropwcrans- : vhtorersion. 1 a Brt Imort.aIs aeflnd Then the ore tm dosianTh ings"LefthUndone r1 6o.
c'-?e-it c vec'5 lur'io rous non ense..o.Poggy Lee wes eard'r- Rut gw a doubtful thegpll take fort, since Britain and AWItric* tI is deeplf Worried and caeMy Icte, hile It'h
Sk- Druth qob ile do cofltpketthhethle. Ah- tob at ofthe aTh soa
aGrmrreteeeegnhr thh e oomed int e lcaa itoneo lal the S aise tAater Mouhmmed tihm o g tprto o or i a nd f
tor '".L1. y for Cr "tMnsuter There iAs HINGTno.cash etaro pay theDa W ht hfeeblile anddt
r nI-c no% .~le-t make a i of tyhe o veternlowendon own position on the eo lso tain the pensionsf th e s -tens o tt tres entrl h oe a i b on M
ii.-nin v.r. _e el -c"r --T th e eph enr hoice" k syouprse...nto-itTu thenwsaostldyld tg a te Wotoeat_ '
a .are'L.nInI re oneos epostos Joyce s m 8t and then thoiois uuti employed workers. nes- Moe a amy .entual. to lea. to somewhere. ally
R e a'rP s vr, n t inourre omin as atmlee'ndeer of the r Ultof onA its oton poAitouly. Yet there is little areC1ao to b litst cat a may e of by the
.*e s a "your s morne lik ore a r lor hmr Mall of Mossad h l be the prelu unitSed a Md dterrmi etmin hediua with oftAthe
.'. n h-. And wnhout MeI (r asn. far" tat ei mttt r Mr. He was the first to cal0 S-r a ettlement. Any nothing bel t rf oi Western potioes wIath a ehnenttu
e. Atlantics oint allo err Toefoo'g's iun va.riably foolish. d_ of 2resl ent 2-tlanL f which will replah the flpleted t e areyerget
C m. y o .-- hwerd Tn ota. iuut erly fie shen he was arranging ts. h noa revenues can save Ira from th e rFobled t lhneedsfo.,
airwc t o : te'-, Iars tone, tesvett.peO.r "pe d In the W4th a: nual convention ti final crack-up. There arrd all sorts of rea o ft the pe ent saying aet r a .M ,r a e t.
." raes.n of ma:, in h n", t9 er agotsu nes tohe t- Amiccn o. ertlee o ul the Brdie aea.e British and t a te iIb
t ". ".vwo once scaled the helhts. Gene Autry'se le "Ap n sh L ted Ovbi arr ea andte a no- brdo the p trealks of thois toTe s lesa .e. ..... Jm ""
t rs' I-.r.."-r"r'-brt'trne it.ct Woofter t Powell wil be th nom intiPton, warren gh g entered tw o be dt its. anIrsn causd tealtmens eo "he s .h a
it st a -'ctor -t retire inete yr t on MO lt s penin plan. oesn a1 Hn al given top or t "nt r t ae lC o toWem Z? l u dre to tt T lMtAPs. ther yoe e u jj I uhiry thr_.. ,co .
SID that s. r'..- for d "ev'es. Ben et-rh's "oWoman nls' grins th speakens' list. rebt settlereth-esw atnlos t the unis' "obo ol iy a there ar *eta
et..-e new crocomstaensemresume.aa om. tterou s wing ba ck'oUontldeeadereres n h thNN
Soe moa.Gs the -' le therInthine a of thea nlvesn.. Wains Twhat fairly well t bolmb dayte tto-day -ent by Datn (5t 1-0) kthe Verf.e cost a '
... a 'wne the st3try to "Afr en theent." bs t lt it go. u mphf.. some 80 per cent of the A Finally, the French are now en ego i n-a WI" no eaon S fc l idt thtan the cost this flex. '.
'" ll1t" ake I a for" vu He Mr hl s share of it.. oaely Broadway polte y makers on the first i alent struggle with native national -Aia tfere f hi n.
r[ : ..sh nng p ures (a B doi n dell tmn. the pist fewwee1110tbot d on cmmat's wh a t h turatthemomen t- a"n1 t6oti t.lee, to noWarity at, all.
t d91M eld i, the Pa'rie .Further C natfiastion DeAt.: are for the Democrats. -mrutristohesading tobMut-hcai.
ylse T' fr"ne mnsiHollywood!" frewda, of themknow rtAMn et, lwhechr worl e Aps- te th nct ry eiUJ jjfnb'1n4
y.' te l-. &dayt: ev krteiset "V t e ra e spat" tehis way: "This take even Senator Runti l samn The tu .tion in rench North Teevin ll of or1te,
ho.. i p'o ure ( an dolngwo elolk Ionm the pasot fe weeks)t se cond laneALines ofoman d. a ndthe n remo ed i.htheo r l*
*u't1 aler o n YrrksmnhIp: el e 'hh. Howe! When a mn's tells Ike, Taft and Warren, In abo-t and rmnM. As matters stin. rark y this co at.' t
bat pews'- re~ p'n' shout vou-eli bin whrt neeude ate chat order. Baofroan bad to worse is thiS naln aistrptloa capable Isoh
S-- .'out hImlon That will Immediately take hism m nd el yo Ifw the Aotn chiefs could Trota ontaois ur mse important overseas bsa tion, thc eofnten will haveWr S .thet sr
Si.'.VlIlowes.e ;rt"A'.nwen.tIt f their personal cho.ie ~o te Isn Southeast tha e outlow ek a t S0he burden wifa ll have to be a llu I-"
V s- iegl ure.s a ama endn drone teh eeuI n The pn tes wee Lm)e' a ail group met minG the orgenla tr oublean t MetWih. -. a s,,-
i .it ge e ae.d p.ePdusbe s.d arIerads!d s .natona set. notel in Washingtonrt. f,"Adh0s
2w:7Z.1n ande pGerge eunpd i u an oincrisis KlnauIer sat wioth neens AaV l ebS fillingsVAwire 4
ialimied i- pe. ag~h. bDtkp ~and ahigh ot WAINOTON-(A)--TAmel C. bWhn the PredWdent (L seWi- gth 34#Agt4
"C i s .inaiee 0l d thewnpreeid*adeun. of the Dept. of iae er. s. vieoe president of at m eual tele.ye hw ia- 'nn's tem for a a a
A tewppe n a euspesii t 6 eten d Ia a. epialeimnt, yud oeoe reports correo.#ftuage Pim, berM labor nation, is one -of the "MsI.tp issi mply.1 ftking ntyl
onrem ese eng vere frbisrnadly indeed tho BarW g8Og W Oc k-dowaeOt ayntlato z sommw -ere.o
-3F:n.t... ,. leftoeoftle dblnesleset, wan a aWerpo er s a#somitlIn t nesaood
a I. WALKIN mLOOD BANK t thon draefer t of "Itmere is no co ncerted O Th
n tk tha o nla 8at is ime." eits' isIt rV Sthat no lM 1
aooks to me as though the Amirican Lm has ft same- 4aO I ticket. 0 r-t- Sgflto s m u r s&f i a M m
S good o Its w.lk..... bloo. bank l. r if t "t a Ie t a Btl b js M h. \ t
t hope they carry It through as they are promistlg wme a duh ersfr. "ast ht hBee..
met a e tiung with adepsdble Later that night and during b Veplmia h haah ss
who wll h kme Inet St awd v im l e.tn- he next Jew days, tathe 5 V .his- 81 61
as tle soan on and the opdtla oldwu here ticated labor Clets, ineg it ate 10tp*t a.
TrumansaWd the Whit&e ae Doffd.
whole thMfcould fill through If everyone trgetts him tonal ket, tolda t
Sin a low wo s. glad thrUPoff hts t ot t e com- that they ow ,believe th bft
iI, ~. tevenson'5 Vord that hi l .
teat-us i" ot w ill u nuInblfl J@ 1 'HMO will except a draft. .-. '.
wihe s wll ofawkwaed at a WgS 1ev"l. sut if o, to talkIn the prlow
Sleau the seet aMu tonter juOst tho 1 we terms of the poalitiel
C W as fMS- osterm ust an9gAg- Stevisonpenoplerva I M...
m 0' ul tatfor tto s a p.ata
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MOE PEOPLE M s CHEVRON Is AM ANY OTHRm CAl
TRAD INS. ACCEPTED
SMOOT y PAREDES AUTOMOBILE ROW
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ro and ght-Ships and Planes- Arrivals _
hppng & AirLine News
ra Civil Aviation ter. a o upaign was started by
"I Mit Topic at conference Mexioo and other Latin Amern-
NONTREAL, Canada. May 29 can countries to move the head-'
S ) CUnadian Minlster of quarters of the organization to
:Lupor&Lation Lionel CIfevrierlanother country because of the'
00 o0nced today hat there will high sum paid th.- government
In a "considprah'e" rcdurtlqn inifor the use of an impressive 10-
tMhe sum charged annually to the btory c7 nrete and aluminum
Niftedratio:ial organization of Ci- building.
FOW Aviation to which 57 oun-i The organization pays $225.000
tries belong for tl-.', use of a for the use of the Canadian
building in thil city as their building that was constructed ea-
headquarters. specially for the organization.
Chlvrler Hrade the announce- s.S. Sapta Isalbt
ment as La welcome to the dele- Arrived In Cristobal
gatls to the Sixth Annual Con- I T-., Grace Line's.Santa Isabel
ventltM. which lasts 10 day., af- arrived in Cristobal yesterday
from New York with the follow-
ing prominent passengers a-:
board: A. R Heckey, sub-chief'
of U.S. Naval Mission to Peru,
Alejandro Mendez. Vice-Pr.'si-
dent or E&qo Standard Oil Com-
pany. Ernest Smith of Allis Chal-
mers Corp. Commander Oscar
FLY TO Manzano-Villablanea. Asst Na-
val Atta.ch at the Chilean Em-
bassy in Washington.
The ship left early today for
rANW F ree Trade Unions
PAA offers you the only
direct flights to LOS AN.
GELES. non-stop from
SGuatemala above the
clouds, in the luxury of a
C.pper-. with no change
*:of plane on the way.
See yrpor Trmil Aetiil or
I 4AMFllECA lA
a- u oT exW s oc
men om: L Street No. 5,
o"i:m Soles B ,id., Tel. 1097
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INew MMg SetceA
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RK to PLYTWOUT A & LE BAVI:
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GENA to EUROPE:
........................ June 21
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WSHINrTON, May 29 (USI8)
-Clergymen of the Catholic.
Protestant and Jewish faiths in
the United States endorsed the
ronr.'pt of free trade unionism in
the latest Issue of a labor news-
The opinions of the prominent
clergymen aopear in the latest
issue of the "IU-CIO NEWS" a
publication of the Int.,rnatlonal
Union of Elec'rical Radio and
Mpchinp Workers. CTO.
Rev. Robert A McGowan dl-
rector of the Social Artion De-
partment. National Catholic Wel-
fare Conference. said:
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU &
"A union memt',Tr Iq at once s.s. Pon Leque .... ..... .
both a good Samaritan and the .- -.
stricken man on the roadside. We TO CENTRA AMEWRICA & WEST C
are all bound to one another and MS. Washingio ...... ... .....
have to help one another." Fa-
ther McOowan has had many PASMNGCMR VIccE from NEW TO
years of exr.prience in promoting I Libere .........................
Papal encyclicals relating to la-I PABSsWO R EWERVICK from CAACG
bor and economics. De oam ......................
Dr. D. R. Sharpe, executive sec.
retary of the Cleveland Baptist Criefel: r uEnI UNh. 0.o
Association in the State of Ohio TPeSl. ,o Mala.
**Insofar as labor aftries,. or
economic liberation and "far a the Uni g the
larger, fuller life for all worker s, it prwto
promotes sodal justice and con- cono been :a
tributes to the total good of the sourca.,W.W Ahnal on
community, it is a part of the on at large." ,-'
ioing process of God's purpose ....
for mankind." The vie. t? clergy-
men we9 s. local
Rabbi R. M Rosenthal. of the chapter Wor W- apa-er
T.'mp'e on the Heights. also in 'Gulda in O0le.mul .
r le v e l a n d s a i d h is v i e w s w e r e . . . . . ._. _
the same as IndWidqxpressed by -
the COoewnvsm m 'on Justice and Wreck 1n1hb NAP
Peace of thi Cantral Conference
of Amefrian Rabbis: MUNCIB, Tnd. (UP) Mrs; C.
"Modern Judtism believes in L. Bond of Muncle'lhid an bn-
Industrial democracy... In a de- ing rest On the davenport of her
mooratlc society the right oL the home interrupted by a0 auto col-
workers to band together in4it- 14t1 om at the Intersection In frpnt
-ociations that will defend their f her home. Mrs. mN -W*as
Interest is axiomatic. The role of knocked off the daTvnpr.-when
The Good Neighbor
BI AL VRNEER
NERELtIS AND HIS FRIENDS
XTF'my ZV DPSPOVOl PGf k FROsM
~iesK DOWN TE MCMiV SWEr OF
iCI IS LOWER tI.WAN A WEASEL5 Sw4-
LtR,4r NOW!/( 5-F WTA KEEP MY
l^^Eye aM<- -<
SI THINK WU AW,10 AEBM WiM H
A LITTLE HE' LUOCY I D1T L
WIT H 'IM HAE BOTH BAMI
'ITH MY IT S 'VOU WE WANT!
OTS AND HER BrUDP'E
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To UrW paE
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WE GOT TH'son
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PCua VERitoAR OAC iF"
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oGAD.u OpFcERs HAPPENED TH
AI.NS AT AN OPPORTUNM TIIAE. B
-14T6 POOR CHAP TRIPPED
OVER WV Da'6 LEASH AND DI'
D*HEO 491 MEAD AAAI6T I. tEl
TRr FteRi MDRAONT Ur
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At LULANCE LOO1
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FAST PiFRIGHThR IERVICRI SIX ONE
eU)ON AAD NORTH AND SOUTH PACI5C COAST@
(A Limited Number of Pamengr Brths)
M S. Winnip ............................................ June 1is
CANSAVEYom RL E i
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tea put before th
Sdatbargo Ie D
ina t Kbomlemb -
O the oae pd
1 o you natursy
ki. .i y'u
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1iSOfiMde. It WM. a
WW gwM ol d tt deerved A
oa the nine.
f pretty i.re "At -
trV fled from
the id raa. g et
spade s, it "a lderthat .e dkl
not x aldts t. Jacka of tpades.
W. b~" t.a
nve neen nlesea wto ue parn,
oLn w el
mner and eng tte l
dr.y be, .tsbMin j
Pi E S/ a 'e1
l. PENS' "-
"J" Street and
4th of, .July
an lnI c @nd -,.uwi. ,u Y
with at eniU tritmMig of
Jr. 4 jI * r* V *~
Sidr y A tndsl! I
A II at 4gavr.
an U afti effect mar
ad by Matching po
leathw *als. -i.
SThis wonderfull matchin eft .
Sfact i-tposuible bMueqNof a
Snew .oathi t treatmn d
"antluile" which add a li.fe
to tti .Mterial much nker
e sih m tr of pol lah. Ue
- bh wl yr gleamingm ft
Spers, anthe darker L t
i black mdes.
MO. Y JUNE 2ad.
$IR NUAL, SALE
s co -
wK ., -
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FRIDAY. ....ALL DAY
aDnish Sterling Jewelry fromnt $.
Inexpensive Toys from Engljd
Crystal from Sweden& Fl Ai d' .
* p. Medium Price$ F t
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t'e pe' itltn g Lg 9 to
,jwpc0 4 OJAGUAR
S.cia O .X
... .. ao f ,,
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ts 6Ac1 flearA
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wiks pad in capviey!I
new ,Nptfs pink for Ups
and matching fuinrtips A
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he best and
who know the best!
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i, I eqe your Ad with one of
e is Service
;,,4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and
1" 'E urth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
R LE:-9 ft. Frigidoire, 60 cycle
-, i-eezer cormparmeni Housi
1 D Dohrman St., Balboa
LE QRTRADE-60 cycle ol-
n e'cctrical equipment, re-
)tor. wo:hing mochne, oish-
r. roalter, radio 1412-B.
s Crucem. Balboa. Tel. 2538.
I.LE-lcebox 6 fee., 25 Cycles.
mati on Dioblo Heights 5469-
SF LE: --- 9 cu ft 25 ccle
finghou-r refrige.Paor. porce-
H hroughou. $100 001 166 A,
m oo0. phone 6-290
SSALE--Furniture 4 oak chairs,
&l'fornier. night table 2 tables.
NMle 0767-D Wilhiamson Place
Telephone Balboa 4211.
*' Real Estate
Fi pii'LE:-Country Home in Chor-
Li For information telephone 2-
Panama 9 a. m to 12 noon
'2 p. m. to 7 p. m
Spaxlsh-Engrinh spealing noung girl
witr knowledge ol bi? i eep'r.g and
stenography to assiAt in oflIcr. Te-
S. lephone 1386 Colon.
S Help Wanted
.WANTED:-Experienced cook Do
not apply without references Good
s'ary. smell fomliv No 15. 52nd
1 WANTEC:-Moid to stay in. general
housework and take care or baby.
Reference required. All da\ Friday.
House 5330 Act. A. Davi. St Dia-
*(VANJEC Coo< wWth references
Must leeap in Compo Alegre Ri-
card' Arnas street, corner ot :,2nd
-ll4umae Engfther1ri -Corrective Ad-
S"ustnent Of The Bedy Structure.
sre D. Wrb Jr. No. 11, 7th
* St. Tel. 2-3833. 8 a. m. 8 p.
m. y appointment.
1951 Balok Special
* JJe-B,*^* **r*- lll lll-l
our Agents or our Offices i No. 57 "H" St'ef
No. 12,179 Central Ave. -- -O-on
Salon de Belleza Americano
#55 West 12th Street
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom chalet in
El Valle, cool mountain resort. Te-
lephone Panama 3-3423.
Modern furWahemd4suriwshed apart.
mner*. %Wo lant qrCa m
WASHINGTON, May 29, (USI8)
-Peruvian Finance Minister An-
dres Dasho arrived here by air
yesterday on an official visit
which will Include conferences
with the International Bank on
the financial and economic de-
velopment of Peri.
Fernando P,'rckemeyer. Peru-
vian Ambassador to the United
taftes and high officials of the
US State Department greeted the
Finance Minister on his arrival.
Dasho is accompanied by Mrs.
Dasho and by Emillo Foley.
Ca troiler of the Ministry of
Dasho will be the guest ofa d-
wald G. Miller Jr., Assistant Se-
aune 3. He will remain in
Washington about two weeks, ac-
cording to a Peruvian Embassy
Carlton Drmg Sta :
10.050 Meloide. A.Z ,,. ,asi
Agencia Internaciomal de Pubkicdms Propagani, S.A., .
*8 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-41i "H" Stet ot I
I-- .-.--.- 7- -~
Service Personnel and Civilian
Government Employes Finon'.e Co.
When you finance your new
or used car.
No. 43 Automebile Rev
Phone 3-4984 3-4985
For selling or buying your next auto
see: Agencldas Cosmos, on Auto-
mobile Row 29. We also sell
GUARANTEED Used Tires and
Tubes. Tel: Panama 2-4721. Sa-
turdays, open all day.
FOR SALE:-Pick-up Ford 1941, I
ton, duty paid. Call 3-1726 or 3-
FOR SAL1E:-1942 Buick, 4 door,
radio, plastic upholstery. $200.00.
Perfect condition. Leaving Isthmus
Tel. 2-3387, Balboa, C. Z. after
3 p. m.
FOR SALE: Mercury Convertible
$450.00, duty paid, radio, excel-
lent condHtion. Must be seen. Tel.
2-0556. After 5 p. m. Tel. 3-
2844. Avenido Nacionol 36.
For your car --Leatherette Celluloid
face vehicle registration card hold
ers COLON MOTORS. Ir,c. ICodge-,
DeSoto, Panama Colon I
FOR SALE: 1940 Hud'con Coupe.
$225. R-13F Rousseau Phone 3-
FOR SALE:- 1951 Lincoln Sedan,
black, $800.00 discount. WillI Oc-
cept trade in. Phone Albrook 4191
office 6207 Qtrs.
FOR SALE:-1952 Buick sedon. Ri-
viera. No Dynaftlow, lovb mileage,
for information call 2-4437, Bal-
FOR SALE:--1949 Ford Station We-
gon; 1949 Harley Davidson MO-
lorcycle; rraple furniture; clothes
hamper; 25 cycle motor for wash-
ing machine; lodie: coot, size 18,
FOR SALE:--Oldsrmobile Model 98.
Cadillac body. Year 19 Fo
new tires. CF. caza a.
c0 40 F. I II
FOR SALE...One military In
good condition. Call Balboa 6335..
FOR SALE:-1951 Nash Super. Bar-
gain. mast sell. Call Balboa 6314
or write Box 152, Ancon.
Show To BePutOn
At Pafic ChUe
The Pacific clubhouse will be
the scene of another flower ar-
rangement show on May 30, to
. given by epis. Pat Morgan's
flower arrangement class, which
haM been meeting in the parish
hall of St. Peter's church, La
The show, which climaxes the
course, will be dedicated to Arch-
deacon Arthur F. Nightengale,
who will retire from the active
Mrs. Louise Morris will serve
as chairman for the display, as-
sisted by members of Cardenas
River Garden club and graduates
of the September 1951 class.
Those entering exhibits are al-
lowed from 8 a.m. until noon to
have thernm in place.
A social hour has been plan-
Ined for the class and Invited
guests from 3 to 4 p.m.. after
which the show will be opened to
OGuests include the prelate and
clergy of the Episcopal church
and Canal Zone government of-
DBe "haem aeG O I pleu Spend yo
Wrie Ablsr.N amt ts. l t the
2031 AMe*. COOl.
WE OFFER the best end more rapidI
refrigeration service. Repairs on
any make of efrlgrletor (domes
tic and commerclell. "Sllen" Re-
frigeration Service, No. 2 Eatt
28th Street. Telephone 2-4547.
We repair washing machine, refriger-
ators (domestic and commercial
or any kind or make of electrical
appliances. Telephone "Silen" Re-
frigeration Seryke, 2-1547, Pan-
ama. No. 2 East 28th Street.
FOR SALE:-High chair, play table
combination, $10.00. Play pen,
$12.00. Call 2-1306.
FOR SALE-Two sets Officers pinks.
greens plus bottle jacket. New
condition, site 40-42, very reason-
able. 611-BI, Arcon Boulevard.
FOR SALE: 15" Hi-Fldel.ty Coax
Speaker; FNs air coupler 12"
speaker, dividing network; 3 speed
25 cycle record changer; Hi-fide-
lity amplifier; precision f200 signal
generator, mobile antenna, 20 me-
ter beam, miss. audio, amateur
gsar. 611 -B. Ancon, Blvd.
FOR SALE--Very cheap. Large elec-
tric incubator. Tel. 2-2814, *Pan-
ama, 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 2
p. m. to 7 p. m.
FOR SALE.--One Super grade 20
power Argus ,potting scope, 20
power, with ledtkr case, new or
will trade for food binoculars.
FOR SALE:-Alto saxophone, slide
trombone, trumpet. Tel. Balboa
'S.LE:-Part chrome dinette set
4 .0od condition. Phone 83-5266,
Staled bids, for pubKc, will
be received urfU O 'l A A une
6, 1952, for T&r, 1 iR'ato emi-
cals. Lubricants and Points located
at the Balboa Storehouw. fxce Sole
Circutar No. 9 may be obained
from the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses. Balboa, telephone 2-
FOR SALE: Upright piano, 01
condition German make. Canr
seen at Qtrs. 5433-L, Diablo,
day Friday and Saturoiy.
Fr, SALE:-4 life jackets ark. 3
small oars. Phon 83-6151. House
2100-B, Curundu, Canal Zone.
FOR SALE Bolex Movie Cmer,
16 mm. Has 3 lenses. Also CiMe-
Flex 2 1-4 x 2 1-4 45 lense.
Complete dark room equipment. All
above like new. Banjo ,maedilin
with 12" head. 5716 9Shouts St.
Apt. D. Diablo Heights, In raWd p-
posite Diablo Camera Clib.
PANAMA CANAL .N _
OFFERS "pOZ 7ouT
ADMIXTURE FOR SAL
Sealed bids will be received untif
10:30 A. M. June 17, 1952, for 24;
600 pounds of Admixture for Can.'
create. "Pozoolith," located at Main-
tenance Division Yards on Corozo St.,
Balboa. and Canal Street. Criutobl.
For information and inspection eart-
tact Mr. Charles Walsh, Balboa, te-
leh" ne 2-2886, or Mr. J. M. Wat-
son, Cristobal. telephone 3-2151.
Bid forms may be obtained 'from the
above sources, or from office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Balboa.
Volts ad a
the twdda I000
TransportM l Al e
able for fi -tps
low rateJ. Panlma
Clara. Box Belboo.
Ponomi 3-lt Critobal 3-1
Casino Sonte o Be. Dance muse ,
Casino Aces. No reservation rte"
cessary. M 24th and 31st.
Foster's furr d ages ho
beyond S" e. Goas
ators, roanre 5scll rates w
ly or memoif, private ro 1
beach. For bIsfesmtion visit O6.
mor. Tivoli Avewue No. 6, or Ilph"
Williams' So thera Beach C ,
tages. Two bedrooms, Frigldabh
Rackgas ro Le. Balboa 2-31
Gramllch's Umto Clare booths
cottages. mlctule Ice boxes, g*
stoves., mediate rates. Televis
6"441 Ga eft0,
itor 12 word.
l WE TOLD VOU SO I
MY ou what a wonderful
ttctlcide CHLORDANE is
In the April Issue.
(Ia the Killer in Real KIU)
Iyv it in the agricultural
grade for your farm
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
It OittralAve. Tel. s-14e
#32 S. 39th .
lrobrtary. L rf
wrd ei -
hu ..t' ,hk e&..=
ma Oa "my-,al Press. U M
.Predo to 1988, hG
at 0i t -7fficet, D .---
and. fourth offidr v r.
ne and i
loyd i the Oa-
na in November
oI observer In the Na-
ring and two months
later, ned signalman. In
Jaan r he became a Mate
ont 'u vt, aote. ant b mcam
tow Sb,** &r in ApiNi.
t o e a Dilot-in-traitnin
In MUUat 1944 and became a
I six months later.
Mrs. Kariger left the
ut the middle Of
o Norfolk, Virginia.
re was bern In Wen
e. and was -
16Sl eeclan in rarw
pla;ew i ainte for about e
yeart eore coning to the a1th-
mu, was first employed 1
the Is$hmul in 191? as ohief
etm for the McClntlc-
MI al Company. He 2lmnd
th thal organization January
2 MtI as wreman in the Ble-
te Division. He was na-ed
disrt witeman at Pedro-Ml
ue October 1918 and ter
sWed also as maintenaine and
constrmtion foreman. e jU
named electoral f Owanh1PY.
19-K and was promoted iroidl
trict to general formal
Mr. aInd Mrs. M gir planto
loest abut June a6 to Old
O ach, Mai' .
i whosbew boo in bamola,
MiJri ad worked in Lo.L
af City as oilman P ns
n aw fOr abo t dxear beQ
Per rede op tor n
M Mrs. Shobe plan to
Bal &On the Panfttaua Line
0N or1t S AMEICA
MARuAl*P A. A. a
Carposaggkg to do bust-
No.e i' 13T Y
.o, we're 4I tre w oe M
o f ito Mg to visit
Seet to m their hnom
in imngm, Alabama.
mr, I'waS be Aiubur
NO =s .Yodl t~ met~nw;
GINILL ILIW Soae Clara UI .
house, overlooks ocean.. surround--- .-
ed by shade tress. private PANAMA BROKER INC.
to beach (2 minutes walk.
stove and refrigerator.. accom- SL LING
modates 7. PLAYGROUND, bor% LaLING:
cue, ping-poho, badminton, crm uersa Las (e mm).
quet, putting re A etc. Tele Wrtele IntOa i es.
4-557 days. 4-230 evenings. Clay Pr duemts
FOR RENT s-,,, 0
V WWgI Ova
Tr..p.. IttaDoe. A
g nlIng toragef T
We iatm imd "to or mme
anything. 'Phone 2.2461,
o -t6, Panami.
For thet values In both
new a- ,siested fur-
W BUT A D SILL
mrsM To .U.N.
8r. TA.B (w Joe Mike-
cla ha2b 4 the name of his
United here n om-
pliance th a UN dislike of
commeMn al we of the title.
Mikecin .wroae, 4W headquarters
in New York th"t he was renam-
ing his tRvem the White Flag "In
complete surrender" to the cause
'GIGANTIC USED CAR SALE 4
SEE CIVA'S USED CARS BEFORE YOU BUY!
COMPARE PRICE -- COMPARE CONDITION COMPARE QUALITY
1950 PONTIAC 4-DOOR SEDAN
1948 PONTIAC CONVERTIBLE
1950 CHEVROLET 4DOOR SEDAN
1949 MEMORY 4DONNOR SEDAN
1990 OLDSMOBILE HOLIDAY COUPE
-1949 PONTIAC 2-DOOR SEDAN
1950 CADIlLAC "62" CMJUPE
1950 CHEVROLET 2Oe SEDAN
1949 PLYMtUTH 4-DR SEDAN
1950 PONUAC 2-DOIO SEDAN
1951 PONT-AC .NVt.-IBLE ;_
- ALL CARS RECONDITIONED AND
C ,, C I A, .1S
W_-- Ba!- f ..'^.kll&
OFESSIONAL I 4
4 i. -
1949 POQMTIAC 4DOOR SEDAN
1950 'V-D 'MOOR MEDAN
1950 VOnI CONVERIOE
1949 -U' "'.PER" 44OOR
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U0S Offers Reds 2 Million
Across Thie Board Forces
E h- I rED NATIONS. N. Y., May. The rearmament drive touch-! N a rly 1 O A w iUfiVuk
S- e United States of- eu off by the Korean war has N earl 150 A ae
1ired in the United Nations yes- boosted united SLates troops
*rtdav to slash its Armed Forces strength to about 3.500,000 so A
omt ,Its troop strength to equal mean a reduction of at least 2.-me
y 000,000. a t O b
Along with Britain and Fanee Russia contends I1t s troop
the U. S. held out to the Krem- strength is 2,500,000. but We- At the Calaf Zone Jnimlor Col- girls who.t the
Mn 4S comprehensive plan foi cm sources generally oPi,,.c n lege's Ninth Annual ecognltton ipfnts. wr_ r s.
World-wide troop ceilings tha i s nearer 4.500,000 Day Assembly. held last week, Iere EM31 tt1l lttricl
would about equalize the Armed Britain's is in the nei.nbor- nearly 150 awards, consisting of Cora-AWn 0tubbai ,
t rces of the big powers of the hood of 1,000.000,. ana rance, certificates, athltc letters, em-I men C13e, Mtguorlte
1est. and West. 800,000. Iblems, medals and one plaque and Libby Ann W IbOlga t-8
But the scheme was hinged I Clna's armed strength is anyone cas pe re mad. In Yvotne and
on a Korean peace and progress rental mystery. making the ward. Den Roger Flumach.
on other Cold War issues. Western delegates emphasized C Hakett was assisted by Dr d Liby liMft, Blen Clt
i The Western power blueprint In their exploratory speeches, H as st by Dr. bby My. 3Bl-n Qh nh'
Should fix a 1,000.000-1.500.000 t at the troop ceiling plan was Dorothy Moody, Dea of EGi lnrl e bar y. C.A
I'troop cellingi fr Russia, the U.. meely part of the over-all pro- Men Miss Gardner, nAructor In riela Roi M o-y.Inmee Ue'teW -.
I & hA d China. and a 700.000.000- gram for "regulations lm i _a- M e M i . . .. In le ,. O -J L .. .
S3 ceilng for France and I Lionand balanced reduction" of Art. Coaches BobI Mower and eted ae*t0s Im voleybaoe
celin g for rance and all Armed Forces and arms and Grace Ely and Frank Robinson basketball; -Anne How
Ceilings for other nations with elimination of atomic and other and Barbara Ely, respectively Yvonne XKwps n In voul
Ssieable armies, which would mass destruction weapons. preslc',nt and Veeretary of the and Jay Reimer, Kathry
include Germany and the oviet That means it could not 'Student Association. clasure mie M)itrkela Pei $1
SBalkan satellites. would -nor- possibly be put Into effect until Hlehest awards in scholarshipI basketball, while Mary E. .0-.
mally be less than one per cent Liast and West break their six were won by sophomores Manual nler reee.d letter fo tW
of the population.* I year deadlock on atomic con- Roy. Jr., and PMrs. S e Bereaw work as b#At all manager.
The Western power program trol. and special student Fremont L. In men's atetc Fred A
Swas unveiled-in a surprise That deadlock has become Rogers. Each had a perfect first guas, George McArthur,
move-before the 12-nation UN harder than ever in the three semnster record. High honors Ider M cK~Dw,- r., and
sarmamcnt Commission a. months acid debate by the Re- were won by Kathryn Colcla' dre :Roy, Jr., reoelA letters In
lat, group prepared to adopt a armaments Commission. Jo Ann Pliehe l llalne Kelly. ball baskelaall and baa
S- "r.o-progress" report for pre- I These debates have been high- Margaret MeCdbbin, Sonia Men- John GOr a and Ralph f ,f
sentation to the Security Coun- lighted by Soviet charges that die and raldne Snodgrass Jr., in .ootb and basketbhL
cil. tne U. S. has been waging germ ime, .a. honorsby Henry Phpt In football t
*The blueprint was the West's war for the U. N. In Korea and cIuaBanme eats: honors by a Henry Phfiap in fooTrembla
lmswer to Russia's four-year- by angry Western denials coup- ia e aDor ltka, Elln Cline, Baseball and Louis Tremblay
old demand that the Big Five led with unaccepted challenges ri n DOr, Marie unham' To- Gerbaseball. letter wnll
Powers cut their Armed Forces to Russia Lo let an impart.almas 0. Duque V., Barbara Ely, baseball Ohe letter winb
Pbroer-thierdarosme Fhboare . .oupinestiogate.J .armes .E.. Farrell, Jr., John aGor- were Jon Aleixaltis, Car
The West has repeatedlyham. Roy Hohmann, Martha Becktei, teft ermell, S
s spurned this p r o p os a I on U. S. delegate Benjamin V. Hook, Ralph Hula, Jr., Patricia Entebi, Jess Inruse. William il-
grounds that it would preserve Cohen emphasized yesterday, Kelly,. Yvonne Kuperman. Yu loney, al Neabrey, Frnk
a the present superiority of the in elucidating the new troop Chuan Laui, Karl Mellander, An- Robinson,. lobert Slevenr W
Communist world's military ceiling plan. that Its success nMi. Nicolson. Markela Perez. Ed- William Stvenson in football;
manpower, hinges squarely on the settle- gar E.. Plummer, Carmen Recue- and Jerry Johnson, Felix Larrt-
1 The Western counterplan ment of the Korean war and ro, Glorlela Rosas and Olga naga and William Nickisher nft
would about equalize the troop oh general wofld progress.to- Stanriola. baseball.
strength of Russia and China ward peace. In art Mary E. Gordlnler won I Roy Hohmann, John Mar-on
on one side and the U. S.. Brit- Cohen termed the new West- a cash prize for her entry In the and Edward Stokes woh reserve
ain and France on the other. ern proposal "significant and Latham Foundation's national letters In t ooball, while Johl
UN observers were immediate- far reaching" and Insisted it art contest, while Margaret Mc- Morton also won an award fW
y struck by two aspects of the had not been put forward "as a Cubbin won honorable mention his work as baketball manager
Western plan: propaganda trick or as a mere In the field of publications and George McArtlur was -.
1) It referred merely to paper, declaration." AdllArauz, Kathryn Colelasure warded a ue by the tde
*Whina" not Nationalist or ,British delegate Sir Gladwyn Yvonne Kuperman. Margaret Assoclation for making the hlgb
Communist China and pre- Jebb. who was the first of the Yon Kprand Maret A percent e o th
sumably meant a willingness Western Big Three to speak and MCubbn. Sonia Mendleta, Mar- eat percentage of his free throws
to sign any troop cut agree- who actually introduced the kela Pere and Jlmee Seate wod in basketball.
mmt with th u Red regime in Iplan. struck a similar note, say- awards for their work on the Elaine Kelly Yvonne Kuper-
pt if that regime still in plan, struck a similar note, sayg: "Tropical Collegian," the col- man, George MeArthur, Aleexa-
Ia power aad an East-West "I beg my Soviet colleague 114's molnthly magan.e, while der McKeown, Jr., Manuel pRe,
m hmeebnt Is possible. (Jacob A. MalUk to believe that Geraldine Snodgrass and Ed- Jr., and Jftnee Seate recelv$
It was produced only one this is not cynical propaganda, ward Castano won similar recog- four awards; Libby Ann Bl b,
dav after signature of the Eu- but the expression of a sincere nitlon for their work on the five; Elen Cline, Kathryt 01-
tapean defense pact which, belief." "Oonquistador," tWe student an- closure, Patrioa Kelly and Mar'
who ratlfled will touch off re- nual. garet McCubbin, six; and Barba-
kmatment of Western Germany. French delegate Jules Moch Awards were made"hi dtama- ra Ely, evea; while the following
#1i h this added potential on Its also laid emphasis on the fact ties to John AletatlaS, Ronald received awards in four or more
tilleome saw Indications that that the troop celing plan Is on- Angermuller, Libby Ann. t, th, different feld s: EReU Cline and
2%0 pP.aw rb.'MAdy to "talk ly one part -of the .Weta,'s .An- ldmd atn Wlla hie, Patricia Kelly (4) arbara II
S" t IAi a on disarma- nibus program for world disar- Kathryn Cllstrre, An Ed- () and Kath,'- o lclasure and
ln t. ament and atomic control. wards, Bar'brast ly, Betty Flu- Margaret McNbblrn (6).
Ma-ih, PktflIh X y, Margaret
McCubbin, Alexander Mozedwn, Atlantic Camera
Parchment, Osborne Honored Jr., Annie .loolsoi, Fraak Rob.-
Insot, Geraldine l dirag and Club Meets Monday
Wendall Spreadbury And In
speech to Kathryn Colciaue. T Hear Lecture'
At La Boca School Ceremony muTsic,'hose a- To Hear Lecture
wards were Kathryn ColclWure, The Atlantic Camera Club
o Mary M. Dsevaltska and will meet on Monday at 7:30 p.
Two long-time teachers In thel Rev. Osborne, who I now Margaret McCulbbin. m. at the IAWC building, New
Canal Zone colored schools were priest-in-charge of St. James For tieing for the highest score Cristobal.
honored last night In a cere- church in Red Tank. had his In the "Time" Mid-Winter tIur-
molnv held at the La Boca Oc- first teaching assignment in the rent Affairs Test, John Morton The main topic of the evening
s eudational High School study Canal Zone at Culebra in-194I: anil Martk Schulz received .sed- will be a lecture on general film
bu hll. He had taught at St. Kitts and als from that magazine .. development by M. D. Little..
The-occasion for the ceremony Antigua for 16 years before com- For their work In the Stident chief chemist of the Kodak
( was the retirement, after nearly Ing to the Canal Zone from the qAssociation President ran Ro- laboratories in Panama City.
40 years of service with the Antilles. Capt. C. Tensend, chair-
Schools Division. of John A. For 13 years he was tebher bnson and Secretary B ly man of the print divi also
Wurchthinent, faculty member of and principal of the ParalM ..rse dwr. has promised a "sneak" pre-
*the Lb Bota Jbnior High School. school and in 1940 he was made The cheerleaders l-view and discussion of the prints-
S Parchment was presented with supervising principal at the wards were Barbara _oy, by for the annual salon exhibit
'a ift a book bound contain- Gamboa colored school. He is the Ann Blltch, Ellen Citeb, Mar- whi the Ho
Sag pictures of himself and of father of A41red E. Osborne. su- 'uerite Plynn, Patrici tlly and which will be held at the Hotel
the schools where he has taught pervisor of the Cainal Zone color- Margar.'t McCubbin. These prints n ave just been
Sdrriog 'its career by Oc- ed schools. .Athletic letters an other a- returned from the U. S. where
arational Hgh Schoo students wards were made to 16-girls and they were official judged by
ent was Rev. David Alexander 25 men. In IntramuriX the ten the Photographic Society of
, Osborne who retired in 1945 af-i (Nw America.
ter m. ny years In the Schools
SPictures of both of the long- W F ids Aut Foreign Aid Bill
n teteachers have been en- "Witness, Whittaker Chm-
W .and framed and will be bers' account of the Hiss-Cham- Goes Before House,
ft R id to the Schools blvi- bers case ant the events lead- F I vaI
ft atB r display In local-rate IIng up to it. Is among the new S t Committee
buldlngs. Books placed in circulation this WASHINGTON. May 9 ( )S at Committee
'Attending the ceremony were week by the Canal Zone library. -The House of Representatives WASHINGTON, May 29 (UP)-
Richardson Selee. Civil Af-' The book Is the story oft and today authorized the US 043- Prem ent Truman's foreign ai
tore Dr Lawrence by a man who. alter ,thV'teen ernment to spend a total of 24roram hede for the Senate-
'tu pe ri ntendent of years as a Communist, re- million dollars during th next roram headed fe Commitor the Senate-
and B. E. Esser director pudlated Com m u n ism and two years to assist In the Con- use Commie toatday carry
dary Education fought it. Its publishers consider struction of the Interamerican thn the $7.00,00000000 he asked
ment, who wa born In l five books in one: A terrible Hl hway and tht Rama road. toatleatf,000,00o leses
a in 188, began his Mer-I spy story; a shocking account of The bill authorizes 8 million f r to arm the free world against
v 8 hthe Schools Division Communist inilltration; the In- dollArs for the 1953 fiscal year, Communist aggression.
S 191 when he was assigned to side story of the Hiss case; the berinnneg July 1. 1952, to en-
the Oslui School He was trans- answer to the question why BO able the United States to con- The Senate last night passed
S.t tnE Pacific Side n 1915 many intellectuals became Com- tinue its coopetatlon with the the W 900,000,000 mutual security
e at Empire nd La Boca munist and Chambers own Central Ameritoan Repubtlcs In bill after defeatine three efforts
las u 017 returned to the Ga- unioborand Camerso surveying and building thre Io to ut the total still further.
iu tn ehol. Later he spent manor Bauob rpce !. cirulation teramerlean Highway The same The House last week cut Mr.
.-t the Gamboa school and m Books placed n irculatiton amount is authorized for the fol- Truman's request to 6616,200,000
E: nw astened to La Boca. He this week are: lowing year. eltinating the measre which
Srutiring June 1 Applied Slence: Corros n The sum of 4 million dollars would provide military. economic
t Bgulde, Rabald: Now to10 build each year for the completion of and Point Four ai to U. 8.
small boats, Schock; Cookbook, the 165-mile (264 milometer) fliends and allies, Including La.
SEmily Post: The supervision of rama road in Nicaagua, from tin American countries.
g Aperonel. Pfiflner. i San Benito to Rama. The S en ate spread Its cut
|^ Fine Artes: s half century of The bill will fgo next to the equally over all items of the bill.
". color. Sipley: Training Olympic Senate for approval.,
cnamnipions in track and field. The United States has already
Weber. appropriated 40 million dollars MONEY COMEU BACK
Travel, Biography, History: tfor the Interamerlean Highlway.
U. Venture to the interior ITravel earlier this year. Edward 9. Mil- PULINT, Mich., (UP). Mrs.
In British Central Aflrica Van lar, Jr., US Assistant Secretary of Florence Schneider doesn't be-
der post; No1rth America .Eag' State for Interamerloan Affairs, lieve in ill winds. A strong gust
lish novelist visits North Amert- urged in testimony befle the blew 78 one dollar bills out of
ca during Civil War, Trollope; Public Works QommMtee of the an envelope she was holding. The
SWitnee, Ohambers; Dr Th'omas eamte, that tihe Udted Bates bills were blown the lPngth of the
W. Evans; America's dentist to continue to Grant lands for the block but one by one passersby
P European royalty. iney; The Work on the n ~ Saserkan -overed them antil she had all
eighteenth century; vol. 3 of Highway and on . Kam load, 76.
Illustrated Engish seoeinl his-
USpR.tory. Trevelyan. W
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,P dent wrote. "Strength we
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EW YORK, mayo 29.-(UP)-The last place pursRe: *27, C"ls.: :4
made it two straight over the American First ace o the Do sbles Tho o ae m rI
I -1-Rio Mar 2. Silver 106 Jhhth e
e leading Indians, winning 6-2 at Detroit, 2Avlvat o G'. Graell 115 lns* favorites~to c~
the Browns edged the White Sox 3-1 in 3-mona Lisa .% glesas. oo106 as I a Se
4-Volador i. Yeaza 112x Ch ship W geh ts
t is last night. 5-Villarreal -A. Enrique lllx way weekfd with a
sel .-I,6-El Mono J. Saeu Jr. 112 day q 0lring p iOd at the ?,
iT i"fl-Yankees. Senators, Red Ken Raffensberger. seemingly' 7-Resorte V. Castllo 115 Flnaimal4S Olub
ad& Athletics all had open more effective as he gets older, 8-Tin Tan B. Aguirre 120 a .utra* hav tei
and balder, scattered eight hits 9--Tuira A. Mena 113 The MtoMurrtyt havt teat't
Ted Grav pitched a four-! to beat the Pirates as aNortstop together fdr thi first time ani
1t to end Mike Garcia's six-: Roy McMilland homered and 2nd Race T-I" faive-.4l F. set their sights on this year's
Winning streak at Detroit doubled. I Purse: 275.0 0 1:05 Iosll.at I o0 M eriCan e 01 hon
try Doby gave the Indians It was Raffensbergers sixth, "Second Race of ttDoubles
c ltion prize with a homer win for thelteds. 1-Calaveral Oraell 115 Their chief competitors are .t-
upper centerfield deck 2-Luck Ahead J. Phillips 108 --" on Lost Pet ected to be the defending
ft he longest in Briggs Joe Hatten backed by an ele- 3-White Fleet H. Reyes 107x Teams- Won Lt a 2 15 15 champions, Mike KulikoWaki and
history. ven-hit attack. scored his third 4-Golden Faith R. Icaza lllx New York . . htngt i 0 15 .571 Charte Wood, a pair ot great
l'lwas Gray's fourth victory victory for the Cubs to equal his. 5-Primo: B. Agutrre 112 Brooklyn 2 16 10oton .. 20 15 .571 match players from the AtlAntil
kiMIlade him two up on Gar- entire 1951 output. Sank Sauer 6-J. Huncho Sanehez 120 Chicago. 2 1
Sla who suffered his last de- singled and doubled Bill Serena 7-Golden Bound V. Arauz 117 Cincinnati 19 17 York . . 1 15 .53100. Tere will, however be e
feat to the Tiger lefty. Three tripled. Bridle Miksis. Gene Her-. Philadeloha 15 1S8 go . 1.9 19 .500, There will, however, be BvI
Lirr gave the Tigers two un- manski and Bob Ramazzottil 3rd Race "F-2" Native-6., Fgs. St. Louis 17 21 laelpns . 1 ,1 23 18 452 otht' strong teams e1ti8 4B
rned runs and Pat Mullin singled twice each to pace the Purse 27500-Pool loses 1:45 Boston 19 13 18 .1thyear's play is liable brb
dtroe in two more with a freak Cubs. One-Two Pittsburgh 7 32 ;tI . 11 23 .324 out.thl, bgfest field Jn t0e hBaN
'40l0o in which he fell away 1-Carbonero J. Baeua Jr. 115 --- AMES tory of the tourney.
f0oM% prtch and hit it for a Cardinals star Stan Musial. 2-La Mueura G.0 anchez 115 TODA'S GMES
Cain. with ne-and- out with a leg injury, may be 3-Embustero 0. Graell 115 TODA PB GAMES Washington at Boston. Among the duos to watch
Lefty Bob Can. with one-and- back tomorrow. 4-Brochaelto E. Sllvera 115lad natNeYork closely will be Doc Mitten and
-thd innings of scoreless 5-La Suere 0. Bravo 115 New York at Philadelphia. leld Matt hannon apair that
ki'elef help from old Satchel LLi I 6-Opex B. Agulrre 115 Cincinnati at Pittsburgh. Cleveland at Detroit. old Matt Shannon. a pair that
ree-a sme losing streak with an Cl sKe t Boston t rookuyn No other game scheduled, team up exceptionally well, proof
ree-ga No other game shedaledI of the statement being that they
l-hitter. The Browns' Dick h Ra, '2'Im rted- s. e scheduled. ESTERDAY'S RESULTS last year knoek.3d out Johnny
roki homered Chuck Stobbs a Meeting \et Purse: S -I.4m-Peol Closes: 2:20 MacMurrhy and 'Jaime de la
as;toe ,loser for the White Sox U i I Quruie ella YESTERDAT'I RESULTS (Night Game) Guardia, the pair who were the
e National League the l-Callmenear B. Aguirre 115 cat. ... ............ then defending champions.
went into a two-and- Tn 2-acome A u New York 0 000 220-6 8 3t 3 It is not certain whether Jaime
e game i ma H riAt Balboa Tonight 1c6.r r^^ ^ S 115 SNSw -2 ; *...*,,, ....
gOZW I came lead as Jim Hearn ~3-Hanna V. Rodriguez 112x Brooklyn 000 00103-2 4 1 will ta1e art this year which
r-'a-four-hitter to beat thel 4-Met eBulla S. Garcia 112x Hearn (4-1) and Westrum.' (Night Game) will tokenart this year, which
o6A o u 6-? at Ebbets Field The second meeting of the 5--Rehupete E. Slvera 115 Loes (5-1), Labne andWalker Cleveland ..............2 was 01, thereasonsforJoha-
their three-Pame series. Pacific Basketball League will be 6-suavo M Hurley 115 Detroit ...............6 ny tan up t brter
Meaipintched no-hit baseball hold tonight at the Balboa Gvm 7-Bendigo K Flores 115 St. Louis 000 000 002-2 Ch
un% ttie sixth, at 8 p.m. Any team that is in- -8-aste Star V. Ortega 115 Chicago 105 000 30x-7 11 6 No other games scheduled.
TSe victory was aided by terested in entering this league, 9-GaveAriel J. Baeza Jr. 115 Brecheen (0-3). Bokelmann The Panama Golf Club has
toi, bv Davey Williams and should be sure to have a re-I .. and Rice, Funelman been open for practice rounds
,MAueller and alRo Williams' presentative at this meeting. Hatten (8-2) andtEdwards. this week and the tournament
doubler. Final plans will be made for 5th Race 1-2 irn ed-6'. Fgs. committee wishes it stressed that
where in the National the formation and operation of Purse: $e25.00-Pool Closes: 5:0 all lathian golfers are cordially
gue, athe Reds aain topped the League 1-El Radcha V. Orofiez 114 (Night Game) New York- A R POA invite n golfers re by National Distller t
e Pirates 5-2 in a Pittsburgh 2-NiJinak 0. Cruz 112 Cincinnati .. ............. 5 Williams. 2b 5 2 3 0 3 0 Ntn Dirs
it game and the Cubs made At the first meeting held ear- 3-Caflo J Rodrguez 119 Pittsburgh ...........2 kman, lb 4 1 1 15 1 enter the two-light shindig and
a out of three over the Car- lier in the week, five teams in- 4-Forzado J. Flores 113x Thomson, 3b 5 0 0 0 5 1 take.a few shots for the many
ala 7-2 at Chicahn while the dicated a desire to be members 5-G. Triumph V. Rodrig. 116x Boston at Philadelphia. Thompson. if 3 1 1 1 0 1 pries offered.
jM and Phillies had an open of the league. Included in these 6-Ocotc! Chum B. &guirre 116 Not scheduled. Mueller. rf . 4 1 1 1 0 0
__were teams from the Canal Zone 7-Cradle Song Flores 119 Mays, cf . 4 0 0 1 0 0 No entrance fee is charged.
Junior College. Balboa High 8-Armeno Julian 116 Dark, s. . 4 1 1 4 5 0 The 18-hole qualifying round
SSchool. Charlie Brown's potent Weatrum, c . 3 0 1 4 0 0 may be played either tomorrow,
P ican BOXing civilian outfit, the Car Company 8th Race' "I-l" Impoted-7 Fgs. Juan Fm lCO Tip$ Hearn, p . .4 0 0 1 4 0 Saturday or Sunday.
lB ol I AIIng at Fort Amador and the Far Fan Purse: $5.00-Pol Closes: 3:35 By CLOCKER Total 36 8 7Each team must be compod
.r.- Navy team First Race of the Double--- Toas- 8 of members of the same club.
ISS eTuSS Other teams that have been I-V. Terre V. Ortega 120 Then all they have to do s call
ent Reu Other teams t habentr 2-Trafalgar V. Ordofies 117 I-Tin Tan Villarreal Ae R aPO A E ups oth wosom barrage
menthone g Bs8possblbe entranti Prooklyn- AS R 83PO A E up another twosome, arrage a
e n le ared t Wore mg Boys, AlHot 4-Incomp arable Cartinello 10714 2-CaPrimor Golde IBhalto Morgan. 3b 4 0 1 0 4 1 match, tell the officials at the
nizeSalasQurable astilloCrbone, 4 0 0 2 2 0 starting tee they're enteng the
15th Naval District and FOr_ 5-In Time B. Moreno 110 4--echupet* Laeuleo $hider, bc .. 4 0 0 3 0 o tourney and take off.
15thTNaval ,s2rAct and For 6---Vermont 8. Garcia 112x 5-NIyn ky scoteo Chu. Robinson, 2bf 4 0 0 3 2 0
IC0 CITY. MasO 29 (P)- Amador. 7-Levadura F Rose 120 --leomparable l Time0 Ros b 4 0 0 e2 O
Maoan Boinose Commis- Officers of this years basket 8-Curaca -. Roue 105x 7-BDesirSe Bartoleo 1Pk, If 3 1 0 0 0 Silver bowls will go to thte
o re'fusid to rognise ball season will be elected at the -B. Clout 'd a e 116 -lan Walrs,1 0 0 champions, mint julep cups foer
.Rlals of Mpnterrn Mex- meeting and other pertinent 9- -" -ad 1,n Alto AO .4 2 1 0 0 n the runners-up and second flig
VMl Hhl tweirht cam- business discussed. 7th &1e4 .n i.. u .,Ln4tda Leoiay Meo W c . 1 9 0 0 6 w rnnlrs-d all kinds of nil
he Is under suspen- ______$d4 Parse: $7.'. ---4---- a-UWillame 1 0 0 0 0 0woodck Label, Old ,h
0ffiial.s Seead Bith t sl f"-S andarin 0. Alfaro 120 Labine, p . 0 0 0 0 0 Booth's, etc. for the winners -.
thel i..aide thtl t e.aals, 1m y-A-pogy C_ a I 10--Epartano B. Aguirre 110 - - - the numerous special pries.
the title from Jimmy 2-Be-ch Sun E. ian HI Totals- 32 2 4 27 8 1 ""
lin Los Angeles. Califor- 3--Athoe G. oraell 1 -
this month. cannot 4-Fulaulto V. R I1 f loth Race F-2 Natives-6% F1, a-Orounded out for Loes in Am dor Course
zed until his suspen- 5-Daneacourt 0. K 5 I Purse: $75.6g-Pool Closes: xxx 5th.
ends July S. 6-Tupac R. Gawrt I i-Lonelly Mony E .Silvera 115 Not O en Sat
was barred for a "bad 7-Bartolo A. i Mo 134 2-Cossalinda A. Mena 115 NeYork . 002 000 220-6
C.haently againsT tMlex ano 8--ngland V. CstUllo 1 i 3-IPon la Olla V. Rodrig 112x Brooklyn . 000 000 101-2 Bot BfZOS S
weht Champ Guillermo wa TthRI _:* -- -Strike Three A. Enrique 112x
Valero, meanwhile, was 8th Rae .1.2lIpoted-4[% M5-Con Valor II C. Iglesias 115 ItT Lockman. Thompson,
by the Commission as Purse: 375.0-Fool Closes: 41:I Wllia g. Furillo 2. Mueller 2. Fort Agader goll club wl
representative in the Quntela 28--- S 2. 3B Lockman.,not be open Saturday for parti-
n" eatherweiht cham 1-Novelera Gl Graell 1' R- HR -i tIas, Mueller. S cipanta lt "National Golf Day"
elination to take ]-2--Hechizom V. Ordofiez 1 TAGAROPULOS Loes. D F- flH:ams. Dark and since te club officials have de-
- I 4.-Pep icola A. Mena INDUSTRIES. S.A. Brookl "4. B -- Hearr 2. Loes far too overcrowded In view of
n it o n t otates.ItChampionsE Mo Ha tock a et -- New or k 62 o efrnt ; e c s .w.i b
5-Berun C. Iglesias 1 12, Labine 1. 80 Hparn 5, Loes too overowe in view o
S--Jeppern J. Baeza Jr. 1 Phones: 8. Labine 1. HO Loes 7 in 8: the qualfying for the Club
SD E M i IkA D u7-Pulgarclto O. Brave .1 t Labine b.1. R and ER- Hearn Championship tournament which
R* EM E M BE D R: I 9 8-High Mount K Flores 1 10 2-1; A131 18 Winner Hearn falls on th*e aiM day.
: 9-Salcedo J. Phillips 1I 1 (4-1). 14 Loes (5-11. U -
10-Walrus B. Agurre 118 Pinelli, l In, Jorda and Bog- Pacific Sdenr who are not
M ON A 1 -#4041 Fcd Boyd Ave. ges. T 212. A 15.835. members of Amador, however.
-M ONDAY JUNE 2 nd. 1Race- Iporte--1 1Col6n. R.. may enter tie "D0-tournae nt
Purse: $375.0--Pol Close:R H M C AM COSTY forBBen Hoe~a ars by playing
S^OUR' ANNUAL SALE D d E MEMORIALL DAY M FRESH BUTTER c osa.x at Brazoa Brook.
--rer Bound E. 8V.dl RCONSTANTiNE, Mich.. (UP)- The Atlantic aide Club has Is-
..O R ANNUAL SALE --Soberns II V. Rodg. RICH ICE CREAM An ice res cone cost John' .^
1. / eeHit A. Basan FCE 'ErAman $17i. He was driving sued a blan Invii. .,for
4-Canajagual V. Ordofie US5 Everythingl his car and eating a cone when any local C 8 .Wowld like
MU V TATTO" -- a ii I5--Prestigioi H. Reyes 117x Inspected by the he decided to give his dog in to match catrds Wi.tth f n the
M I I A -- OO1 Only 6-Nehuinco G. Sanchez 12 Health Department. the backesat a lick of ice cream. Great (counting ftnl hAndlcaps.
7-Alto Alegre V. Castillo 11 HOME DELIVERY. In turnIM around he lost control of course) and they wll charge
.-AleJandro C. LinoM1*I and crazed ItS aaSurd ral. no green fees.
-A 2 .
nlohb BWa try, and.
It a- tA dlt6tt Cd 8Dtl i
John M- tt thi a fourth rouhd
comuedyt nwr' s, 3'and 1,
U. & 0i Maxwell
of Oi, did not hame
It Wa. ley had pl e0
4het. M roenh d mate
.Tuesday, Ad needed only
etse viety yesterday.
New! For cream toncl ftas... lUhtmr-1dIed .
TIMAUIS HAIR C"EAM
Gives your hair t* LAN-OROOmSED LOOK.
Races Tomorro w, Safurday a
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I st, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
3rd and 9th RACES
TOMORROW'S MAIN RACE
Ml Race "I-1" Importeds 7 Fgs.
,,. Puros: $375.00 Pool Cloe: 5:15 p.m.
g "MEMORIAL DAY HANDICAP"
ONE- T WO
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L (CANAJAGJA ......... V. Ord,ea
IL flESTIGIO ............ H. Re.e"
S uNCO ......... C. Snd
S ALERE ...... C. e O
SATURDAYS FEA I EVENT
"B" and "C" Ilported
P Co0M:S 2:55 p.m.
1. ROADMASTER ............ ,joure 124
2. BEDUINO ................ g. 1e 10
3. BENDEG&UZ ..........J. 11
4. KAfHl2 LGM T ......... & 14
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For the convenience of
our patrons we are no%
opera ting both at the
4th and 8th RACES
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WOaon'I lOace In
w6Imlt, Va., Is
At Baseball Pork
-1', Va., May 2 9 ( A)
Va., offlctls9 thI
LCUM, M tan states
v ,worpoen re
of 20 staunch oM
fa1 stormed hle w Ns
WE ttda tto can-
maenot lonse to t In
,oad f to ramow.
W!IWih ,H..a M
SX THEM NOW!
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Simple Hunt For
L h l knote the trath onel l
'ASHINGTON. May 20. -- (fi t I ,If
When Dictator Peron's govern- *
pmnt recently released alleged FWENTT-SEVENTH YEAR
details of last February's so-
cafed "assassination plot," at
t one of the Argentine cats
ed out of the bag.
e real fact is that there was
,What happened was that the
Aupgntlne police were still
ecfeking on the September.,
01, revolution and didn't catch I
u.with the facts until February, I alr v ia
Half of Buenos Aires knew All was In readlrss on the Ca- will plain
back in September that Gen. nal Zone today for tomorrow's moral ']
DBnjamin Bensndes, accused traditional observance of Memo- honoring
by the government as leader rial Day ceremonies honoring who lost
ihe abortive conspiracy, was American war dead. 1War I;
ftally Just a faithful, inept Elsewhere at cemeteri.,s placed b
ftent for all the true master- throughout the world, from an- and brie
Bt ernds 's Gestapo, a- clent Carthage to Honolulu-thelheld at
though it swarmed all over graves of more than 100.000 Plaque.
th place and maintained an Americans who died overseasI 8:00 a
erratic reign of terror for fighting for freedom In twp sisted by
weeks, couldn't seem to urn World Wars will be honored. Balboa
up any of the big wheels in Smilar ceremonies are planned brief Me
4Ak background. in Washington and throughout Richard
Finally, acting on an anony- the United States. Balboa.
mous tip, they grabbed Col. Jose Memorial Day programs will be conduct
P:; uarez. former Army chief of held thousands of miles from the mony at
stifff, and a dozen friends ol homes Amrrricans left to fight on moral
his, both military and civilian, foreign soil. Locks. J
Some of the latter were work- .,d by Dr
ed over until they implicated The Canal Zone observances ama and
various opposition politicos, who will honor the graves of both Raymond
were also rounded up. All this Isthmian residents who are bur- Cathedr
too place between Feb. 2 and led here and those of strangers moral s
the latter date, more than who df'd in our midst while sta- Memoria
the latter date, more than toned at their posts of defense pital.
Persons had been arrested. In the Caribbean area 9:10 a.
tkwever, all but 58 were turn- In th Caribean area 9:10 a.
T loose, sooner or later, for O the Pacific Side. the memo- Govarno
looe, sooner or latviderfor rial Services will begin at 7 a m special f
le story of the detentions when Boy Scouts of tl1 Canal from Ba
d out, despite every effort Zone begin decorating the graves Station i
sh It up, including total of veterans at Corozal Cemetery cordially
ce by the entire Peronlsta Simultaneously. memb e r s of courtesy
veterans organizations will tb. de- Canal C
at was when the govern- corating graves In the Amador Zone Go'
nit, apparently more concern- Cemetery in Panama City. A
ad with protecting the reputa- full day of events will follow.
tions of its police than with the On the Atlantic Side the ob- SU
iQ;t1-range psychological effect, servances center chiefly in the Su
AM le its first clumsy mistake. A morning parade.
--i of those being held was The program for the Pacific ^
dto the press, but with Side observances, as announced Gag
Vaosnd a vague phrase about bv Chairman Pat Ryan, will In-
otvestlgation of Irregular con- clude:
sow, to Justify the deten- 7:30 a.m. -Flag raising by Boy Miss S
Prm S Co. ave??omi- Scouts at Balboa Heights, Diablo er. auth
ed the blnaer s by in- H.?ights, Pedro Miguel,.CocOll and of the C
a n whole now conspi- Gamboa. Canal se
aT s a eor up the 7:45 a.m. Floral tributes will Sheal
footed p e,e but ft also be placed at the Columbarium at Thursda
ffie many a restless Ar- St. Luke's Cathedral; Boy Scouts plans t
ntle the heady impression Washing
aa revolt attempts are bub- father,
itng up with considerable re- The finitely
gularity. future h
Mal payoff on this story, Miss C
though, is that neither the dic- Jud es' Bench than30
tator in Buenos Aires nor any BSchool A
of his cohorts has yet discovered mentary
who is the No. 1 man behind last children
Stemober's uprising. On three separate charges, a their p
OTE. -The individual in 24-year-old Panamanian was fondness
question Just happens to be a fined a total of $30, today in A rec,
oamirrent and trusted "col- the Balboa Magistrate's Court. frShools
laborator" inside Peron's own The defendant is Mario Ama- tSchools
administration. dor de las Casas, who was her long
charged with driving a taxi on served:
t Thatcher Highway without a "Form
1st Aid Students valid driver's license, with no who ha
----,.& M l certificate of Inspection for the fluence
aoduate Monday vehicle, and without having re- dren n
"4" .' gistered the taxi. or paid the repeated
ae fitat group of students appropriate registration fee. Be "We t
tKlined in first aid work by L. was fined $10 on each charge. mony of
P. *torrison at Gamboa will And Clifford Dublin. 25, Pa- kind, wJ
graduate Monday night with namanian, was sentenced to support.
slhemonles at which Russell T. spend 10 days in jail for loiter- "Your
Wise of the Panama Canal ing in building 0790 at La Boca. standing?
BRfety Section will be the prin- The defendant has served time a long t
ijal speaker, before on two previous va- of Canal
Paoprteen persons will receive grancy convictions, and two "Wher
d4Rfilcates. After the presenta- petty larceny charges. approach
tip. Wise will show two sound For driving his bus on the be active
vlm,. "First Aid in the Preven- Gambos Bridge at 25 miles an Some
tim of Shock" and "Survival hour, when the speed limit is known
S Atomic Attack." 15 m.p.h.. Thomas James. 39, Childrues
S me graduation exercises will Panamanian, was fined $10 in 1946: H
bin at 7 V. m. at the Gamboa court yesterday. a n d
Owvc Center. Two trespassers were each Kringle
*_i fined $10 in court. They were 1946; an
Teresa Young de Smith, 35. Pa- Folk," 1
am. nhmanian, who was found in Among
the Ancon Commissary. and An- readers
gela Escartin de Villalaz. Fish," 11
32. Panamanian, found in the Isthmus
Tivoli Commisaray. 1939; "M.
dedel smi Imt
* mUl it
*INAMA, R. P., TIM OSDATY,
:es For. Wa
ce floral tributes at Me- return ftW the Me"y
rablet, Balboa Heights, ceremonit at Corozal Oe
g those of the Canal Zone 9:30 a.m. he annual M
t their lives in World rial Day parade will bege .and
floral tribu .s will be pass the savtewing stand At 000
)b Scouts and veterans ozal Railroad station, Th ia-
memorial rites will be reading tos will conthnwg 6d
Gamboa, Memorial into CoreU Cemetery, whttf at
9:45 a.m. Memorial Day xsgW .
.m. R. C. Worsley, as- will be 4ehl.
' Rev. A. H. Shaw of the Brigadtr Oeneral EnillC. lt9l,
Union Church, will hold Comm .d O General Carkiean
moral (,remonles at the Air COitel will delv* t0e
T. Perrott Cenotaph In keynote a Me.
Boay and Girl Scouts will bThe atted e at Cromnal w9-
a brief Memorial cere- fbclals of t epubllc of Ptla-
the Carr and Owen Me- ma and the Canal Zone. Pktrtte-
FTablet, Pedro Miguel pating in the parade will be
ohn J. Kennedy, assist- member Of the armed servesl
. tennis F. Rita of Pan- and loo0i civic and jatrito
1 the Very Rev. Dean groups.
d T. Ferris, ,St. Luke's Tomorrow afternoon, aboard
il, will conduct brief Me- the US Navy ACM-12, the im
services at the orgRas mortal se-eie for those Wh 64
ervces at the Gorgas their live at sea will be held. he
al Plaque at Gorgas Hos- ship will leaye Balboa Pier 13 at
.m. By courtesy df the Evin Seibert, first secretary, of
r of the Canal Zone, a the U.S. vimbassy in Par'tea,
'ree train will depart will deliver the main address
lboa Heights Railroad during the sea service."
for Corozal. 'he public is Gold star mothers of the Ca-
invited to utilize this nal Zone and the Republic of
extended by the Panama Panama have been cordiallyin-
eompany and the Canal vited to attend the Memorial
ompan and the Can Day Ceremonies. Chairman iyan
vernment in going to and requests that they telephone him
Core Retiring; Leaves
P In CZ Cultural Life
ie Core. long-time teach- "At Odyssey of the Splish
or and lectu fer, and one Main," 1937; "Panama Yestelay
Canal Zone's best-known and Today," 1945; "89ldierilg.on
cities, 1s retiring from the% Job," 1937; and "Trails of
service at the end of May. Progress, or the story of Panama
will leave by plane next and its Cansal," 192.
y to go to Seattle. She From time to time, she has
o visit there, jrd in also done reporting and feature
'ton, D. C. with her writing for loeal newspapers as
but has not decided de- well free-lance work for various
where she will make her other publications.
home. A frequent lecturer, primarily
Core has taught fr',more on Isthmian history and lore,
i years in the Anoon Miss Core was something of a
and was the type of ele- one-woman guide service for
school teacher that armed forces personnel who
, many now grown, and stopped briefly or were stationed
parents speak of with on the Isthnmus Buring World
s and warmth. War II.
ent letter to Mins Core Every Sunday, during that
he Superintendent .ofi period, she conducted a tour, un-
expressed the a&Weola- der the auspices of the U. S. 0.,
the Schools Division for for from 20 to 50 servicemen.
g-time servWeh a" ob- who acqp,.red fro0n her com-
mentary a colorful and enter-
mer children nO 'Wen training view of the Isthmus sol-
ve come under yoe In- dom accorded in usual tourist
and paretI o' 'iiA- sightseeing trips.
div of yoar met, At the Pnd of the tours, large
hink that thiu s8 testi- groups of the servicemen fre-
the truest and atncerest quently retired to her small
which we are h ~ly to apartment, with its large col-
lection of ~jewelry, craft and
service has beem out- historical objets from the
: t will continue so for Istmus and elsewhere, for
ime to come Into lives coffee and o rkes. M
l Zone young Ltqw' Miss Core was born In Mar-
Sevew you go durl your tinsville, Inaiana. She was grad-
iln retreme~ u wil uated from Washington State
e and interested." Normal School at Ellensburg,
of MUN Ceres~s t. Indiana, in 1912 and later at-
bpoks are th tended the University of Wash-
n "Childmren f o.ie ington.
Trail," h nluaa She w:s employed as principal
lenry MKor i, Mr t of the grammar-school at Tracy-
Knave," gr *; r ton, Washington from 1912 to
at the Cn (1 bt 1914, was hih school principal
nd "Panama for To ng at Naches. Washington for two
1944. years after that, and served for
I her books for adult another :wo years as assistant
a:e: "The Burial o sThe principal at Pullman, Washing-
P49; "Christmas on the ton.
1936; mlana," he was first employed In the
,aid in Panama," I ; Canal organization October 2,
N I as a sixth gfade teacher
Balboa and was transferred
the following year to the same
grade at Ancon, where she was
IMnained since that time. She
h taught in the sixth grade
!o~uhoutl most of her service
mta has. been the fifth grade
tcasher since 1950.
IR addition to her work at An-
am E9emyntary School. Miss
AK Oe has alsoim taught for the past
a non-credit course in
itan history in the Exten-
Dlvlsioni.o the Canal Zone
When she leaves the zrganiz-
tiln at tne en_ abher Ca-
S ke mY years,
S.OR RMiG. -.T Sret ary- ud '
Becurl" CoumaMBh eb. w&a. 2 ~ nedal. Issued= din
tt either Albrook 6145 or Balboa
For the Atlantic Side. It has
been requested that all those
annlng to march in the parade
ann position at 9:10 a.m.
The parade is to move out at
Forming up positions for the
Various units are:
Military units: Roosevelt Ave.,
ristobal, between 11th Street
ahd the Cristobal Post Office'
Colon Bomberos: Roosevelt
N e. in front of the Al American
American Legion posts 2 and
S, VFW posts 100 and 3857,
together woth any other US vet-
erans organization and their
auxiliaries: Roosevelt Ave. at 3rd
Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of
America: Roosevelt Ave. between
2nl and 3rd Streets;
Senior Girl Scouts and Ma-
riner Troop: Roosevelt Ave. -at
International Boy Scouts:
Roosevelt Ave. between 2nd and
Two Army buses for Girl
Scouts and other passengers will
be on Roosevelt Ave. at 1st Street,
while a US Navy ambulance unit
will start from 1st Street East
of Roosevelt Ave.
The parade will march 'down
llth Street to Bolivar Ave., then
down Bolivar Ave. to Mt. Hope
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-
soe, commander of the 15th Na-
val District, will Jbe the review-
ing officer at the teriection of
16th Street and Boalvar Ave., And
will deliver the Memorial Day
address at Mt. Hope cemetery.
Hited Hand Adds
To Spud Shortage
HADLET, Mass.. May 2 (UP)
The potatoes stage grew
fer res worn today.
AMlen McQaeston, on f the
are*'s largest potato growers,
oaered one of his hired hands
'te hauow a four-acre plot for
T' hired hand harrowed.
but picked the wrong plot
sd up four acres of new-
"w-aftght the land felt a
Little bompy," said the embar-
raMsed hiredd hand.
5WD* 1LA@U A new
psaiWr Awe sfor finding
ats ~ le MS.1 It is .a*ly
pu rm1 so trMed im uan
~n~ iftly m for
h|r. aIe.nee shes
s twiiSi uuSls awng
" ka4 a ha4lee 1 is
0., at ar do a n
TAitER MURNS AFrt m fU r. Atne afket At.
ware Rimver near Port PeS.f s ,u s unk th
Michae. The Michael (not-hi t) W gi:Bg. but treftuind t1osi. tgw
retrted nine dead. ;' ,__ .'.
Baudouin's Early .t 'To 1lil.i P
ROMt, May 29 (UP)-An un- to% sa brother,
sual abtembly of Belgian amnd bert
tifta ti guests at the saMae
tt hotel led the local hpria Awa
to late on an early mar- "oBi T
rias between King Baudouin of '.
Belgium, 21, and Italian Princess
Margherita Daosta. 23. b,' .t J W lo etv
liasgherita registered at t.e, sMaloft .o order."
Grpoe Hotel yesterday together
wit her younger sister Maria T. y. ala said
Already at the Grande rotel hitir, e-x LeOl
wee Baudouin's step.othe .4 W I
the Princess de Rethy, hie aSl-' t i~pt ed rt
ter, Princess Josephine Chariot- i ie tn ni .A
2 As~' -~
as ma sMce, or... ""
deliciotl save wr a
tomatoes, choicaile butter, a whidpW
us' Jut ee what thi wonderful ich,
taste can do for familiar recipes.
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