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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00030
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00030
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t. egOisM .- w o CO UMN There was, not too mthy
A vow 1 T M *"i TH O WNH COLUMN years Ago, a character by tOl
name of "Two Gun Loule" wh6
h P Alived happily on he executive
rHE M AIL BOX onal s i r'union
SM T A He ruld this outfit. in the
Le teg rs aar s on ger001, *** ade an handled k e whml mcon- name of the old Capone mob.
L e L se **with an eloquence flowing Irom
I i 4misntrle bute ale d eal be ant N I f ndown .Epps his shoulder holsters and' ex-
Lemro.npblished. i.n esh MeON eems.p* pressing itself in Chicago Loop
L o V he* l, e" inh e b m m e gang jkrgbn whenever anybat
idasuil Il kf d kWefv ai n i eMI N wft g coiueleth. argued with him:
T Mism w W l te w b I l. i .m Iet, celI0 tnce,. "Dere's a train goin' tUL Of
j sm lNsllri nss f m s eee illv o Cnhicago at tree-thoity. on
-- o That settled matters. Most
,- ATLANTIC SIDE SKIES NOT PBM-ty of the men I knew who came
to argue with him were on
S Never thought I'd turn into a Male Boxer too, but those re- the train. Today. the mobs
letters from Looking Up (LU, tne Ily-boy Looking Down are more subtle than "Two
S), the Local Yokel (L'x and Dorouhy K DOKi. regarding naval Gun Louis," who died of lead
i tyl boats hiolacus heoge hopping the village ol Margarita, has pfsoting a while back They
ptd me to sprout wiae on the subject, so request permis- now sta o0 t of the national
Soto ease into formation, executive boards -. and do
*On the fundamental issue of low level flying over populated there business bw buying, sell-
Wrlia, LU is right on glide-path and holding; but the force of his their business buying, sell-on
argaiment is diminished by resorting tO invective. LD senses that hag rtd f hg loal beeunion
wd point and climb's LU's frame. Then LY eats out LD. The charters, whh uhave been
Iienfne viewpoint (DKP, though partisan. is ladylike in re- knOW tO b0 fO r as high as
srtaint, though It Is obvious she doesn't live in Margarita. 800,000.
DDorothy K suggests that, by mentally adjusting ouistilves. we These charters, issued under
can become used to almost any sort of noise. that it can become pressure by the national unions,
, aso rt of symphony if we so will it. In a sense, Dot's right. But and sometimes by the AFL It-
has never been shook loose from her sack at 2 a.m. by our self, are valuable bits of pro-
Sneighbors twins, squawking for their bottle or a change of pen'y, like real estate, to give
chuxedo. Give me a PBM anytime. But if the almost nightly roar you a for-instance, as the strong
I Of -ald PBM can be said to resemble a symphony or nocturne, arm boys say.
kev h DK coulon t claim it was composed by Chopin. For ten grand, say, you're a
The subject Is a problem that will have to be resolved sooner union leader. You call in the
or later because Margarita Is growing faster than the national muscle men and tell them to
debt. But until it is. gentlemen, leave us let such back-biting and organize. The dues roll in from
ras.dminatlon to the experts-the political personnel, indigenous frightened workers.
-nl stateside-and keep the discussion on a lofty plane. The The big bills Come in from
*igher the "plane" the better, as LU might put it. terrorized employers, now feel-
-U1, in his aim to point out MargstMa as the potential ing shakedown In their indus-
UIMsabeth of the Atlantic side, fire the first shot in the cam- try fr the first time. And the
mSign, although it seemingly igued from a musel-loader., picket lines turned off nd
H e refers, for instance, to these superoly engineered but un- Picket lines
0a1ply looking Patrol Bombers Martin as Box Cars. As generally on at so Amuc per switch.
F l ted,, a flying box car is Fairchild C-82 Packet, or land Recently, the spotlght picked
I ltwapori. airplane. But LU probably doesn't care about that, his up some of the boys who had
conviction being that the bigger they are the harder they pushed their charter operations
nd he's so right. Some of our local PBMs may be as old as just a little too enthusiastically
. .4 e of Bob Wilford's box cars, or as old as Bob himself, but there -and last week-end the AIL
Sth; 1emarity ceases. high command in Boston quiet-
Both LU and LY were on Instrumentswhen they Inferred that ly voted to investigate, so every-
I- l tese ring around the rosey pilots strayed from the flight body thinks.
S trdMle, the.' inv not be able to 1'orie back to ",. 'Th "-. for .,i- Point is, howev*, that the
olancy is the most cove id of all Navy awards, whether the unit three-man commtilee which
afloat, su'mnierged or airborne. The local based squadron has got so much bugle blowing is
one but two E. painted on their rudders. Assuming that the actually limited to a probe of
inds not for Empennage or End of airplane, but for double two small unions. Well, the
lency, then LU-LY may derive dubious solace from the fact AFL is going to get itself
they are being flat hatted by the best boys in the business., that crime-busting fnvestiga-
Sh one (Phil Harris) Thing we all agree. The noise and racket on wheth
lpious, consistent. and continuous. Daytthe not so insufer- od whethi er some anf its see-
Depending on how many aircraft are in the Telfer Islnid tot. or on thrs wantoittee
Race or .A8RONdelay, from sundown until 10 p.m.. when For on that committee
S "cat" drags the last big bird in. there is scarcely a moramnt little David DubinSky, who
normal conversation can be pursued at any point on the for three years since the
tic side; and the way the uproar Interferes with listening to day oe of hs men as as-
10to la mething To Think About sastinated bi Murder, Inc..
F Our "Hams" hereabout are hamstrung; and when these knife artists-has been buila-
patked peleomas let down on bai leg over Margarita, -ig for this chance to MOa

to eah't beat up on his wife without the neighbors being labor.
of the accompanying sound effects. Dubinsky, volatile AFL Ladies
other objectionable feature la the paralyzing effect It has Garment Union leader, would
weekly Bingo game. No Bingo Caller, even Dockery or not have taken a place on the
can expect to cope with the full throated whinny of three-man squad i he we-en t
ltavt & Whitney horses as they gallop by just over the roof- seriously eager to get names,
S.ave a girl friend who fouled up on a $4 pot when a sudden date, .places and a housecleian
blast distorted a 0-80 into a 0-60, which Incidentally done a Iousea
Snut of three free beers and the anticipated goodnight smooch. there .... ..
S aus far, no complaint has been lodged with respect to the Wht 'ah' Shf p"u 1 .mb 1
" m*ber crews using the head as they passed over our spotless Whit"" Wh, he' -qui"
owiumMte: but there, too. the law of averages la against us. h e-srWi a noise tlha, t wa .
As against, landing In a partial power glide upwind over Mar- heard Bliht across the Uni.
rita, taking off the other way. as LU brought out, puts a more His own colleagues have befn
it I aspect on the situation Inasmuch as the airplane sla at taking on the country's toa h-
'lazinum throttle, pulling plenty mercury, and astsining for "tt TM .--hasing them -
; ''uide or "money in the bank." It was conclusively demon- ,down from New York to
SIfa ted during the war that water injection of the power plants CAtolina and west o LoLem
:. g edknots to the top airspeed of the military aircraft. Applying geles. .
I" h- practice locally. and to insure that extra margin f safe Altl- "'We're on our way to elean-
-'e, would it be too indelicate' to suggest that our PBM jockeys Ing up our dress Indusr"
* their engines be supplied with a little Agewood Injection. Charles Zimmerman, the
We don't like to think it would happen here. but It could. If Garment Workers Union's vaie-
ii di mbled aircraft ended up on the garbage dump south of the president In charge of thiu. rl
rifng dock. few. excepting uat of kin, the CO or the 'Crew w iold me this week.
f would be overly concerned. But they are more apt to splash '"
I Over some Margaritlan's. tront lawn, thereby Incurring H "Just a few more shop 5ad
,sL~ediapqlasure of the Orounnas Maintenance Division and the after this drive the mou -ob-
Indignation of some Canasta player holding three red m will be reduce to a amSS
01 Armed Forces Day. through the traditional courtesy o MU0tInrupulous chselera Aneh
NavyI joined an assembly line of earth-shackled e. N t hmos taking have moved in on local
Ltander at the guts of one of the big tin geesrborne, .the t PMrtedA. not by August l a
: Itwas educational the right over ng,what is now Rain but .t 0 rate "mpyerquad" Is
ratio of an old P0, to be was unable to leare o the uneaterrain e fthe
S Now woruck n the big wter thing top thne Cold Storage hrueelno e a er. s
S tned here nceata you knlt down t e of t involve a 2bul-tn. ,. i s etee r

Mboat, but an 2 tr "KingfisPlat. There" pilot washich wbut ht en- into coree-man com trte

Sin the esaemsheets was hauled foh greviouslir charters whic he ao. ;
float lowwing monoplane scout Jowab r, with two racks of threw of ,-pound wth indictments for conspto -
S wh derpowered. boun t and rolling ll over th2,e place hr. vehicular homicide me wo
Il loadn work laborn ef the searoe N to ime, hang a onve movembers, criminal n

Bi tamagand note of the rain variety. A sly ilar mbn hap overt and felonious assault .
mbng. Coftey of the Printing Com und when a larcecets

ln the metal rop tore through e and o the the building and There are those who ut i-
a'tho Tower. it wa a t oo loinw to tur edac uadhav ino he 1. Buttcano smt ,ar 01

,garinth-sh ak -b pr on ly cocrte frome hen t e to release financial state -
.mur te._b although tby chsarate

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Intepre this meas that Instead of follow t g er union chiefs 'e a
lM Onato ce soue to the left ow the ban. I= es taget o ren teo
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NEW YOR*O, One of the things that must He has clung atub to bhi cronies, until
puzzle the p t this year 6t severed poll- actual criminal = has forced the 0 -
ticking is t, ntnlratiradn's. stubborn track tirement of seme apd complete national indig-
record of apoim g fairly smudgy personnel to nation has caused thle -1ismltsl of others.
high posts, Wwhat seems comnaO sense. I should hate to belive that the President of
the United ts r ,d s enough to do some
Naturally, Democrats were aware that of the things xe has In the past six ylArs,
Newhold Monis was implicated in that swift or arrogant enough to beleve that the eeintry
tanker-turnover deal when they sent him to will stomach all his actIOUs.
Washington to investigate the JwlUse Depart- ._ "- .
mrnt. The political thinking most certainly was 1' appoln'tmbnt of k O'Dwye't a Am-
that Sir Galahad's connectionn with the smelly basaedd to Melco,_ wht Bill was in prooeas of
tran nidshift the Aie A m li Or t O A, o tn o
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seegn to a sa-lwogniefl tnad that Hr
ry a. weouldeont 'areaud fort iept etof nar- w M 4K
didates for the Justice Department~.,o:". al 'e 51Qg.fV. ..-,-:__.
so Ure, so T so unblm e f8 tree of as-. -e a rrin .. te "e w
soc action wl any but 'theBoy that not business, the cenorsW iness, the seizure o(
even the ReplN .:0ld holler ~ ny jus- adut rt IZsattrmg of
".. "vital Harry Truman btaBsu still confounds me
*BtIt the' s' .ot~_t* Amerasis aUm fow as a sample thinker.
Judge d3tes.W m to his 2. = "eti
voit to Imccee% MtweO cOrath, beset bs paw
-tht evidence of ?un tal haerl- responsibility, and isprone t6 irrita-
minal cases sufficient to caused d M -tion, '1mistaks .t toJidg nt.
from the oppositift. at1 I" suptposeu W f.V th tngs a can-
Maybe the new U 'of Justice is the *s ny politician, and, so Bhannah,.e mau
ml head unhung,, bI ti opposition to r.- of his action would Pave well become a
0hintment was =P and a new quarrel pM outs petty ward healer. giSn i to be
an The Hill a genius at world diplP" e: ald have
on e i. thought to credit him i% t06 imple acphers
'Under Judge McGranery, in the No. 2 i It of basic political expedM
a guy named Devitt Vanech, who seemM -
spent most of his early adult life trying Wo The enormity of the _L=9 lM In
cessfully to pass bar exams. There Is MB6e high office are measurabteb.e e tAt the
eloud on his passage of the Tennebee ba average cab driver talks ,M1iJWjt now, in-
Again, maybe tis is the greatest la IW MOe stead of baseball. "-
Clarence Darrow, but the room for atarMg-d A keen and pretty a r Wah-|
excursions is still there on the two top "I kIn tton and the year's e =W m_ MBe
the big law-enforcement foundry, down to levels of public b M toevd
before. ..
Over the years It seems to me that TriA .,
has almost maliciously att Pted to street t cannot think that tl 1as. th
nubile patience with appointed 0s aOA consolousneei 1
determined fi'ht toa1-1 Pauley $in e t political
t .yof the avyj sponsorshl to 'e a word for the l t .
W en are two examples. show, and I'm alftid t ie

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I1NOTON, (NBA).-To know hoW Pd They would try t6 make It 141I
J"AlI'"a po of 60 W6 ,awt or "of.ackassW w
J te l ti ckets, the lt5 reesits wt1t pr iAlples of true demoera4y. ,
= Nalmng with pIg" sms rm dP a by oi& .
0 in I 8. When it i1 pointed out tl wam
aPon June 7, 1948, all 50 of the one- "ly insure the ele tio on t
ai to -- including this writit prest- 0ouhrn lers
At taat ae Republicans had the best ilsUace M rs. They feel that w
to win the election. to another four years of aee .'B-m s
The late Ben. Arthur Vandenbera wa- 14 privately there Is nga
ed bWy of th 80 writers as the most, nlB aA4 etha tthe le.M Ahg .) 0
to at he OOP nomination. Governor M.y the guQ of Represenata mW. Q m
of lA Toft was asoed with 15 votf s. aft would bold b1A-. .
was aveite or Repo ian vice presldAus did arNm that flae
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V rL'WOOD, INEA) Be- script, or something." Jimmy di--
*he Screen: Dean Martin'misses it. **It was a big rnesg!.
Jerry Lewin, batt ith
a* al Wallia for 11ter There's another punch at cornm-
riea, are putting the "- munisam common up at UI under
Crisl" ltael on the fight. the title, "Ivan s Left Hand." It's
other flimsy plot like '!Sailor a satire about a Russian M P.
re they're arguing, will who's imported to fight as a pro-1
their box-office rating into f.e sional boxer in the U.S. The
lqrmanent slump., un begins when the lad with the'
n R ad DoctFines meets the Ameri-
ere's been big talk of Rhon- can way of life head on and
-Pqleming hitting the night- changes his Viewpoint.... Irving
trail as a warbler but Rhon- Hoffman's description of John-
herself says: "I won't accept nie Ray's F.-w York night club
Any nightclub engagements until debut: "A nervous breakdown in
oiere are no more Movies for me public." Ray's also being labeled
Is do." o "The Prince of Walls."
Before Gigi Perreau. leaps Intol Friends vow It's true that Zia
TV. she'll hop to London to star Zsa Gabor decided she didn't like
in "Sara Crewe" with an all- the beezer of a close Hungarian
British cast. The Frances Hodg- writer friend. So she presented
ion Burnett classic was drama- him with a plastic surgery nose
tied on "Studio One" a few bob as a gift.
Months ago
II- !Dana Andrews' kid brother,:
Claire Trevor's telling It on Steve Forrest. just landed an
Herself. A neighborhood lad, vis- acting contract at MOM .. Har-
Iting her home, spotted her Os- ry Brian's set for a corr.-back via
ear on a shelf and asked her a telefilm, "The Doctor Pres-
seven-y. ar-old son Charles about 'cribes "
It. "Oh." said Charles. "that's ---
Just Mama's monument Evelyn Keyes and mag photog-
S-- rapher Bob Capa are an item in
Margaret Sullavan who hasn't paris.... Mary Pickford's shed-
made a movie sinrr "No Sad ;ding 20 pounds for her movie
* Songs For Me." Is being wooed tolcomelSack in "'Tl".- Library" .....
return to Hollywood for Fidelity James Cagnev's back in town
4 Pictures' "The Gardenia." V.'ra from his Martha's Vineyard farm.!
Caspary's suspense tale about a His next film will be "A Lion Is -
tel-phone operator. 'in the Streets."
IT1 has slaned r obert Monnet. Basil Rathbone is planning a
* the singer-a tiooff to the musi- movie comeback via a new agent.
cal cye'., that the studio is about He's br.'n clicking on TV but has
i to launch . Geraldine Brooks not made a bi-screen movie in
says it's a legal battle between years... .L u ci llIe Knoch. the
4 investors. not cen-orship, that's blonde in Red Skelton's TV life.
keenin "Vrlcano" th" contro- will lay the role of Gilbert Ro-
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SALE-Icebos 6 feet, 25 Cycles. Service Personnel and Civilian' 2011 Atlae, C. Z. Parmtni .3J
nation Diablo Heights 5469- Government Employes D-- W- -._ca C c .-.
Insist o Dr. Wandehaka Medical Clinic, 140 Coasino SOTM
Government Employes Finance Co. Estudlante Street, between K and Casino A
SLE.- 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle Wen you finance your new J Street, Panamr, 2-3479. Day & ossory. Mi
tinghouse refrigerator, porce- or used car. Night Service. Foster's furnfg
In throughout, $100 00. 1'66-A, AGENCY DINLINGIR beyondSan
mboa. phone 6-290. No. 43 Am elebie Raw AL jre,. rben
SALE: Entire household for Phas -4984-485MII ly or
ie. Native mahogany with French For selllg or buying your next aut u beach, For
nish Diningroom and bedroom see: Agencdas Cosmos, on Auto- FOR SALE:-Very cheap. Large elec- mar, Tivol
Bed 69", bookcases, child's mobile Row 29. We also sell tric Incubator. Tel. 2-2814, Pan- Panama 2.
t hest, rug 12 x 14 Biege Studio GUARANTEED Used Tires and ama, 9 a. m. to 12 noon and 2 Gramlich's -'
',"ouch, kitchen equipment, Frigi- Tubes. Tel: Panama 2-4721. Sa- p. m. to 7 p. m. cottages. !
akire. Bendix washing machine. turdoys, open all day. FOR SALE:-Alto saxophone. slide s, '4
Kust Fseeto appreciate. 365-A, FOR SALE:-Plck-up Ford 1941, I trombone, trumpet. Tel. Balboo 6-a44
fronce Field.
t s vmaset, Philip-- ton, duty paid. Call 3-1726 or 3- 2806. Spent r your
lone Rattan, $100. For further 203 Cltob FOR SALE--4 life Iackets cork. 3 at L
S rticulars please cal 3-2090 FOR SALE:-1942 Buick, 4 door, small oars. Phn 83-6151. House
no ma from 800 to 12 noon. radio, plastic upholstery. $200.00. 2100-8, Curundu, Canal Zone.
SALE:-Easywashing machn edition. Leaving Isthmus. FOR SALE: Bolex Movie Camera,
R SALE:-Esy washing ochn Tel. 2-3387, Balboa, C. Z. after 16 mm. Has 3 lenses. Also Ciro-
i .nd livingrom rug, perfect condl- 3 p i n.lx 2 3 5 les
tin. 6th Avenue No. 16, Coco del Flex 2 1-4xO2 1-4 3N5 lense.0 EN-
ar. Tel. a Panama 3- 4398. FOR SALE: Mercury Convertible Complete dark room equipment. AllORRENT
Tel 339$450.00, duty paid, radio, excel- aflove like new. Bbnjo mandolin beidr sm"1
?fjALE.'Simmons crib and mat- lent condition. Must be seen. Tel. with 12" head. 5716 Shounts St. Northomef
-.t like new. 476-C, Cocoli. 2-0556. After 5 p. m. Tel. 3- Apt. D, Diablo Heights, In road op- g .
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"LE -7 cu. ft. Frigidaire 2'"- For your car:-Leatherette Celluloid FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Station Wa- A wM i '-r i
rs. old, 60 cycle, $150.00. Also face vehicle registration card hold gon; 1949 Harley Davidson Mo- iJ n
1 hgh chair, excellent condition, $5.- ers COLON MOTORS. Inc. I Dodge- torcycle; maple furniture: clothes ALMgAMII ilM nt ~AE ll Si2lli
00. Fort Gulick 88-236. DeSoto, Panama Colon hamper; 25 cycle motor for wash- Modern I hllinhi llstieg 1
FOR SALE FOR SALE:- 19410 Hudson Coupe Iegmachin ledles coot, size 18. Mifte id Mpi .|Mtl. cr
$225. R-13F Rousseau. Phone 3- 36A. Kobbe. c sle Se, um
Real Efltat 357. FOR SALE: Poker -table, leather Curtat*oll, 1-ta6ea Colon. -
SALE:-'-Country Home in Char- FOR SALE:-1952 Buick sedan, Ri- upholstered tale for 8 persons
**^v SALE:Cntry Home in Chor- No. 4 t f| ]I YOU NEED Sre
For Information telephone 2- vieo. No Dynaflow, low mileage, Na .194t. r h S. AP.FW TOUlNEED
S For aionte for motion coil 2-4437, Bol- FOR SALE: Motor yacht, leaving i3 LI L
4P4 ton 97Pa m. to 12 noon boa. for Tahiti, next few days. Has a pping, moving,, trag.
SALE: Two choice lots No. FOR SALE:-1951 Nash Super. Bar- ancy for two Amercan chts- We pack and orti w ven
,and No. 499 at reasonable gain, must sell. Call Balboa 6314 Dock 14. '-thing. 'Phoni 24 atING THAT NEW
In Los Cumb Party leav-or writeox152, Anon. FOR SALE:-Electrlc TraIn. Remote M P 0 SED CAR
FOR SALE: 1941 Packard. Duty controlled, all perts secured Ito
Free. $300. Can be seen at Ellas table. Very cheap. Phone 2-1694- EVANGTO'N. L Ky 80 *)
SALE: Modern apartment Garage, Juan B. Soso St. Telephone House 5157 Blackburn Place, The Wob a e '
Good location for business, 2-1995, Ponamr. Diablo Heights. a the
S fixtures. AlsonlargeeBakery. SALE:oGatPm tH X
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Help W noted 7 trs, clepred and fen- o,
Na. ALtft Ut cod, 2 houses, I single-story1cam- t rea,,??Su rer t T2 T= OsLr e
SWANTED WANTED:--Maid. Must live in. Ap- pletely furnished with garage; I M r
ply. Crawford.J79 1, ,-r. St PW la story wI zge. Wa
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wrib o ot h-pig ead I= 27-8-519., i n .asd sl3 the De- I lM 3-48 4
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WASHINGTON, May 30 (UP) Bernard 4 K h ST W 'W
*aruch E.id today the United States is "losing"
the Ftru gle for world power because the nation Sb sm w e
anrot forgo "profits as usual, social reforms as '7'y"tSa
Iu rnd politics as usual." oby nom kI
He strongly urged that this country make '
farther s'.crifices and step up its military pro- the mencms t exercises for
n eR ithe 141 grao n ht es of the L a B ocay17
auction program until it has taken the lead in Occupaton t- .hool win be May w vt
t.he F -m-nts race vith Russia.heldat 10 next eday morning
ter Baruch delivered a again the importance of build- Is the largest to be graduated
e keeping criticism of the mobil- ing a reserve of ammunition from the high school. poet. A
atlion program to the Senate land weapons. cuter
redness Sub com mittee. He said a stockpiling program. Ernest Jesen, country direc-
ebrrman Lyndon B. Johnson could lift our foreign policy tor for the Point Four program 1ter,.R
(D-Tex. said: "We may be say- Ifom the mire of military weak- in Panama. will deliver the corn- Wa
,thg our civilian economy at the ness and give it a new mobility mencementaddreawhich will be.Panam
cost of our democratic system." which would help stabilize the On Point Four activities here. The COro,
Johnson observed that the whole world." class will be presented by George WO RA
United States could become a He said he is sure the Amerl- C. Wright. High School Princi- Panama, 1O.
"satellite" of P."- -' can 'economy can bear the cost pal and- Dr'. Lawrence Johnson.,Iof Pan
cae., he added, the value of the of increased munitions produc- Superintendent' of Schools, will GON .
dollar would mean 11..L .. Lion if resources are channeled award the diplomas. Paralso
ruble Is the medium ol ex- 'rom "less essential to more es- Maria. P .
change. .iential activities." The ord..r of the exercises will ROB '.4
Barach. 81-vear-old adviser to *Tragically unpleasant as it, he as follows: of-hiOf
Presaldents, attacked the funda- lis, we have oeen forced into an 1. ProdeMlonal... Entre de Pro- Ohio, to A ThaWs
mental concept of America's de-" armaments race-with our very ceassion ............ Batiste of PAR. .
fense plank. He Insisted that the survival at stake," the financier L.B.O.H.S. Orchestra, R. T. TQ Rivers
United States should establish a said. i Prescottt. Director CI a
huge reserve of weapons. not Baruch said the people must ill. Invocation .......BF'v A W. o aLopt
SJust the capacity to produce be told why this country) de-' Crooks a ,tt ,
them liberately Is doing less than It .le of
Senate Republican I e a d e r can to achieve military readi- III Salutatory...... Violet Smith Clayton. lChit
Styles Bridges asked Baruch for ness by 1954 even though the IV. On Wings of Music...Mendel- ga, 10Vera
his analysis of the present highest military authorities asohn Pakerla..
"global" situation. have marked that date as the A New World .......... Savino RHO Di 1 of'
"Do you think we are gain. high water mark of America's L. B. 0. H. Female Ensem- Clayton. f Hileayd,
l* g or losing in relative poeel- peril. ble....Emfll' B. Butcher. Di- rida. '. xen* S-
tion?" the New Hampshire "Without a sense of disecplin- I rector, Tdgh Adams, Accom- their of .
Senator asked. ed urgency, the whole mooiuiza- panlst COwri.. Angl It
"I think we are losing," Ba- tion program m a y fall to V Commyficement Address...Er- Gambol t o ,
ruch replied. pieces," he said. B .nesat -. epr.n of Ganjbta., -
Donald Cook. chairman of the "Of course we cannot rearm VT. Voeal Bol.....Calm As The KOPC 1 baddeus go'a *
Securities and -Exchange Cornm- to the extent that our security I lght ........ Bohm, Anne Fort Cla 'nferly of *
mission and former chief counsel r-equires if we persist in profits Rosely. Soloist. Hugh Adams. York to 'mqAtL S, Dortl e '
for the committee, asked Baruch as usual, social reforms as usual, 'AcCompanit Panama .
If he thought it "possible for and politics as usual." VII. Presenttion of Olass... .. .. DUM A ;enmryof.Albrtel
Russia to win without firing a "We ifll can step up our de- George C. Wright. Principal Field, fornr'lyr Of Colon, to TWR-
"shot" by ruining this country's tense program and avoid fur- Prsen'tktlonL of Diplomas....Dr. MAS.P elltn pof Panama.
abonomy. their Inflation by reducing all Lawrenhe Jotnson, Superin- DYER, Mart*n oseph Jr,. et
unnaeselary and postponable tendent df' ohools Corozal. forg wy of Worchesit,
"We can have the necessary expenditures, by Imposing the VIl. Class Song... .To La Boca Mass. to J, Barbara Sede-
4efense and preserve the sound- necssaary controls and accelit- High ........ R. T. 'Pr'scott na of W, Mass, .
q of .our economy." Baruch Ing the temporary denials and IX Valedilctory ...... Ruth Mae: *.---
implied. "We have gotten Into discipUina which would be en- 8 Irnger .
a difficult situation now, but tailed. How long can we con- X. Benediction ... Rev. Crooks IifTHS
We San do what's necessary." tinue to put comforts above sur- XI. Recessional....Farewell to Al-
Waruch emphasized again and vival?" nma Mater..... R. T. Prescott WTLSON,Tllfela, 88, of Par"l
A~- '"so. MAv 26 at Orfta Rosnital.

Truman Vetoes Tidelands Oil Bill;

Senator Pushes Hard For Override

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months. Of Ratpbow City. May i2
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WASHINGOINM, May 30 (UP) the entire f tLid t, the tatLes lands belong Is the *peale Of .
S-President Trman vetoed the which nhaplibed to be ltlated til the stast. tReay rpSentit i
Edelanids Oil Ill yesterday on neartat them." part of A pricele ssnaoonelb 'ufd.rw CIlS
I ounds that it would give a He added that he would have. heritage.. national wealth,
precioup national heritage" to "no objection" to the sltai re- lke other laras owned by the The IDa Boa. Jn or CoTleIO
w fw ortunately-located states celving 37 per cent of the re- United States, Is held l. trust] will hold itsfiriat commencement
but said he Is willing to corn- venues from the rich oil and lor every citizen of the United exercises tomorrow, at the .L
promise the stlormv Is&ue. mineral-proaucing underwater States," the Chief Executive Bca TheatuT-The exercises wil
ftluolllfied by the unexpect-, lands off their coasts. continued. begin at 10 a.m.
R. ly mild tone of the President's He also said he favors the Idea He also said the legislation
& aL ae to Congress, chairman of allocating Federal income did not take into account the Since its Inauguration in Sep-
CoTnally (b-Tex.) of the from such lands to public edu- national defense aspects of the twi1ber 1950. the La oeca Junior
S S tat Foreign Relations Cam- cation, matter. College which Is a branch of
,Ittee 'twmediately announced Mr. Truman said be likewise the Canal Zone Jintor College-
that "I shall vote and work to thinks any lelistlott o should "I ume the Congresp to enct, has had only t Initial students
override the President's veto." protect the "equitable interests" In place of the resolution be for the two ears ofInstruction.
Thk bill now goes back to the of those now holding states me. legislation which wThi rty ari S e
i ebatis where a two-thirds leases on the under water lands. vide for renewed expl v tey rsta? ent who
Smajorit is necessary to over- The 37% per cent comprimike and prudent development of tr invetaken eito the teacher
ride the veto and send it to the originally was proposed by enl, oil and gas fields unfler or ge*ra education
S House for similar action. Sup- Joseph C. O'Mahoney (D-WyO. qpen sea. on a basis tb-a programs.
porters of the legislation were and Clinton P. Anderson (D- equatelly protect the commdd
Sranldy doubtful whether they N. M.) but was defeated 'thort defense Interests df the Saul, l The com awmemt address
could muster the needed votes bef ore the Senate Pass d Mr. Truman saMrd. on P to
9but promusd to UtUy, vetoed bill by a'vote of T a . I,_ .an, Pero.en_ Director, and
House speaker Sam Rayburn The House passed the t. '. The Chief Executive ad*W graduates by D r aWn John-
(Telx.) said he disagreed with ure by a vote of 247 to 80 a"d ledged the fears of peg 06 ~ rseon, Superintendent of Schools.
the President. He said: "I hive would be much more likely to Of the tidelands legS ldow tLt Miss Emily Butcher will direct
always thought and still that upset the veto. But It will never the federal govern F thie plee Club for the exercises.
these submerged lands belong get a chance to vote If the S Interfere with the
to the state of Texas." ate sustains. the.-Presldent g Ad states in the developmEt .f Dean of the La Boca Junior
Mr. Truman, who recently did in a similar case in 1.4. fisheries, and with the mrita to. College is Ge organ C. Wright
,mbasted the bill as "robbery" The bill would overturn a Su- docks, piers, breakwater -a." Members of the repllar staff of
Itt romad daylight-and on a preme Court decision giving the iechlimed lands. he college are: obert Beecher,
l~~tIl scale, was much more Federal government "paramount v ; Dewitt Myers and Clarence Vos-
Ula tory in his veto message. rights" to underwater lands, off He invited Congress to Wte burgh.
S .e said his principal objection the coasts of California. Texas, any apprehension in this NagM
Ltle bitterly-contested meas- Louisiana and Florida and re- by passing specific prftewiue Art. music and physical eduoa-
I: r; that it would make a turn control of -the lands to the legislation. te are taught by Mrs. Jean
gift of immensrlv vplu- states., "I- tch. Miss itoBa bt d Asthon
F lh wurces;- which beop to Before the veto was annoone- lament, respactOlvely. Exten-
u to -ed, O'Mahoney expressed .ton- Canal L t'mdiviaon Instra Tor the
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H i ei' S gl Ony1~7 Scooter Scoots
Hoderlein's Single Only Cneat- AB R H P
S Borkowski, rf 4 1 1 2 0 0
Hit T b Adamsb, 3b 2 0105 05
Senator Hit; Tribe WIs on. I ..2 0
0., -- o Post, If .. 4 0 0 1 0 0
M Westlake, ef. 4 0 0 3 0 1
NEW YORK, May 30.-(UP)-Mickey Me- Fellagrini. lb. 4 0 1 7 0 0
Howell, 0 3 1 0
.Dermott, the Red Sox' southpaw hope, last night MglcMl lan s 3 1 1 2 0
vif d a one-hit 1-0 masterpiece over the Senators Perkowski, 1 3 0 0 0 2 0
!,the season's list of glittering pitching jobs in Totals- 31 2 4 24 11 i -
lbston as the Red Sox took over sole possession of '
an.h.e.Pittsburgh- ADB R PO A I
pfmnd place in the American League and the Sen- Koshorek. .ss 3 2 0 3 0
si .dropped to third. Del Greco. cf 4 1 2 1 0 0
40&1 pp TO ...Kiner, If . I 1 1 1 0 0
.a' other junior circuit con-1 Black held the Braves score- Bell, rf . . 4 0 0 0 0 0
tis. the Yankees beat the Ath- less the remainder o(the game Merson, 3b. 4 0 1 0 6 0
leHs 3-2 :t the Yankees Stad-' and now has pitched 12-and- McCullo" h. c 4 0 0 4 1 0
lft'and the Indians routed the, two-thirds consecutive score- Strickland 2b 3 0 1 5 4 0
'itrs 11-4 in Detroit. I less innings in relief this sea- Bartiromne lb. 1 1 15 0
ato the National League. the son. Dikson, p 0 1 1 l 0
matt1wrq bat the Braves 7-3 all -,.. .- -
Ebbets Fie.d the Phillies nipped The Phiilles. with Hen Heint- ..Totals- 30 4 9 27 15 1 New
the Giants 6-5 at Philadelphia zelman ncming to Karl Drews' Cincinnat . 000 000 020--2 Br
a .t~he Pirates downed the Reds: rescue in the ningth inning, Pittsburgh. 000 020 20- x-
Eat Pitt.burgh. snapped t;.e Giants' seven-game RBI Kshore*k, Del Greco,{ On
el Hoderlein, an ex-Red Soxl winning streak and cut their Kiner 2, McMillan, Adams. 2B- Phl
yer, spoiled McDermott's bid first place lead over the Dodgers; Koshorek, Aamas. HR Kiner, at. i
a no-hitter with a single in' to a game-and-one-half. Gran- McMIllan 9B Bartirome. Ko- Bo
t fourth inning but immedia-I n Hamner led the Phillies nine- shorek. 8 Koshorek. DP pit e
was wiped out In a double-: hit attack which routed Larry Koshoerk, Strickland and Bar-
y. Eddie Yost walked to be-ijansen in fewer than two In-I tirome; McMillan, Temrple and
e the oniv other Senatqr nings with three hits. Pellagrinl. Left Cincinnati 4,
I runner and lie also was' Pittsburgh 7."B Perkowskil4, 1
bbed out in a doubleolay. Murrv Dickson, a 20-game win- Dickson 2. 80 Perkowski 3, ,
ner last season, raised his 1952 Dickson 9. R and ER Per- mot
McDermott, who won his Lrecord to 2-7 for Pittsburgh as kow.ki 4-4, Dickson 2-2. Winner "t
ird game of the season, ithe Pirates beat Harry Perkow- Dickson (2-7). Loser Per-
ruck out eight Senators as ski for their first victory over kowski (4-2). U Goetz, Das-
faced iust three men in a left-hander after nine straight coll. Secory and Warneke. T -i
tch inning for a total of 27. losses. Ralph Kiner hit his fourth 1.53. A 1,070. Bosto
b Porterfleld. the victim of homer of the year for the PI- Brool
.1 Trucks' no-hitter 'May rates and Scooter Koshorek n But
,was the loser, aided wi.h a double and a I 'iles dette
single. J.Rceo va
*Porterfiecd. who now has lost V Walk
ors la to score. ieldereras Puts TomorroZ Cln
Some's only run In the sixth in-| Pittci
gTI when ne walked Clyde Voll-, P1 i Pe
er for his only pass of theco-g d st Race 'P Nats 7 FOs. Die
tst and third baseman Fred 'Pr. 0-Pona 7 Fgs. D12i4
tfield tripled over center- L PuoeU.rset e.0-.o"oel Closes: 12 :45
older Arc e Wilson's head. Lobhot In IUS Mt f Doubles New
"'e l ,,h f1-aglteho V. Castillo 114 Phfila
'Vic Ra scored hi.s nnth 2--1 1 J. Phillips 120 Jam
Vi Rasi n scored his ninth 3--Mnolete F. Rose 108 Bamb
sraight victory over the Ath- Chilean hockey orge Con- 4--Goldn Tap V. Arauz 112 Dre
ics nd nis 23rd in 25 lifetime treras, well-known to local -o Piti O. anchez 115
: cislions r.',er them when Yogi horse race fans, seems to have A 5--i. r t. A. Mena 108
lBrra's outlinee grounder went, finally found the range In the 76-T nlckp R Ycaza 109x On
;,broug" i substitute first baseman U. S. A. after a slow start. 7-olln Pick R. Ycaza 109x 0u
.Wly Hitchcock, enabling Phil Contreras had hard time hit-
,U1..l"t ,ho hd rdnuhledi t tin r .h wline i,.irl a. New End Race F-2" NatIIe- Fgs. .
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*sCore with the winning run in England tracks bee:
tie eighth. I been suffering front
Alex Keliner was the loser for he caught soon aft
Ste AthlPtics who haven't beaten the States.
'* schi since August 13. 1950. Tuesdfv Conter,
r the Suffolk Downs
rHarry Simpson drove in five Boston on a longsh
, -ns with four hits, including a' $99, 837 and $17.50
' jandslanr. homer, and Al Rosen board. The winner
1 5'Wked In four runs with three My pream Marie.
Shbits as the Indians overcame a' Conteras put over
-ftIlun deficit to present Bob' ner aIso.
l;,ller with his fifth win of the1
season and 235 of his career. I e
The Indians thus began the JWA Frall
Memorial Day weekend with a By CLOCK
'two-and-one half game lead B -
L' over the Red Sox in the Amer-I
lean Leag'.e race. I-Golden Tap
2--1 Indio
Andy P'.fko, Jackie Robinson, 3-Pilon
Pee Wee Reese and Oil Holgeal 4-Golden 4an
all homered as the Dodgers 51-Roadmaster
snapped a batting slump to -6-Marlscalito 1
Mlump the Braves. Lefthander 7-Phlox
Chris Van Cuyk was credited! --Booji
'With his fourth victory although 9-M. Cristina believed by Joe Black in the I10-Diana
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Purse: 53M.00--Pool Closes: 1:15
Second Race of the Doubles
1-El Inudie J. Avila 120
2-Tap Lady B. Moreno 114
3-Oodn Babe J. Phillips 120
4--Golden Girl F. Rose 120
5-Dantbia V. Rodriguea 11 x
6-A-qulmede 0. Sanchez 120
gird V g ; "'-N't -- X sp.
PwM' Oi5.0--ool Cloanes: 1:41
OneTwo .
1-PFlon B. auirre 118
2-Excelsior 1.. Slvers 104
--AmNtfia A. Mena l110
4--MaIlqterda G. Oraell 110
5--Oalon .. C. Ruia 34

a Piek 4th Race "F-" Nati .
Babe Pi-ase: WS6.--Poql ,1CI : 1:26
Galon QuinIrel
along 1-Romantleo K. Flores 114
dega 2-Calongo V. Ortega 115
SStar I3-Diez de Mayo V. Rodrig. 1139
etador 4-Buenas Tardes J Avila IV
h Fox 5-Casablanca G. Alfaro 120
ie (e) 6-Sincero R. Vasquez 11l
dgings 7-Campesino 0. Graell 111
azona 8-Duque C. Ruii 120
9-Golden Fan V. Araus 111
S10-Kon Tiki A. Mena 115
h ace "B & C" Ik p 7P.
n sen: 7SS. N-Pool 6ip. 3:15
1--Roadr.iaster 0 Alfatb 124
a--Bedulno B. ARwirre 130
--Bendeguz J. Rodriguez 118
4-Rathlin Light O. Bfavo T14
S th Race "H" Imported-- g F
Pamrse: 5400.00-Pool Clees: 3 35
First Race of the 'DeabiS
-* 1--Mon Etolle V. AraUz 114
2-Pia J. Rodrlu .zs 114
3-Mariscalito A. Mena 115
4-Orap Dia G. Sanchez 115
5-P. StarI V. Ordofie II12
G---Dofia Eleida) H. Reo 105ft
'7-Pincel V. Castillo' 1i
S 8--D. D.T. K. Florea 110
B--The Dauber A. Enrique 10W1
7th Race 'T" Imported 7 PSE
Purse: 5500.00--Pool Closes: 4:
Second Race of the BlUtbwr
1-Wild Wire J. Baeza Jr. 1N0
2-Begonia) A. Enrdque 104i
3-Hurlecano) V. Ortega 110
4-Phlox B. More 1;8
'8--Apretador B. Agutrre 114
6-Choice Brand A. Mena 120
7-Petit Pois 0. Bravo 109
B-Sir Boss C Bevil 1II
9--Pinta E. Jullan 11I
S 10-Consul II C. Ruia 115
Ith Race "E" Imported-l Mile
Purse: $550.00--Pool Cloans: 4:140
1-Piropol A. Mena 110
2-Corista) F. Rose 110
3--R. Alligator 0. Sancbes 117
4-Booli R. VYaques 110
5-Pampero II V. Orddte 110
6--Welsh Fox B. Aguirtr 112
7-Paanes 0. Bravo 108
8--Fu'; C. Igleslas 120
9--Miss Fairfax 0. Chanit 108
10-Dehella E. Bilvera 110
9th Race "G" Imjorted 7 Fs.
Purse: $450.00-Pool CIose: 5.15
1-Escandalo V. Ordofie 110
2 -Alabarda 0. (l U 114
I--Bedlam V. Castllo 110
4-Vampiresa J. MdWigB 118
5--Miss Criatina) J.Tm.lUU 112
"--olden Time) T. BOM 130
S 7-Prlncelazo V. R6lJguez 107X
S--a-amo A. A noIQ 10o
.-Money Moon X. v1vera 104
ilil Me "C" Nativm- -4 FP.e
Wue' .M..-Pori d omm: 5:14
it.34k imss esIN
1S-'.B10neua M. Hurly 14

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as .- Won L76l. Won Lost Pet.
Yotk . . 28 nd . 25 15 .625 1
_7. .4 . 21 l f . 21 15 .583
Ig0 . . 1 .'lngton . . 20 16 .586
1 9 , a York . 18 15 .545
e1 1 . .o .. .. 19 19 .5010
o -. 17 2 t Lus .... 19 23 52
n ..... . ni 20 filphia. 13 19 .A6S
i 8 . 11 24 .314
n (2) Wshnton at Boston (2).
t Mto (2). fiadelp.hia at New York (2).
ifoelph% o' c at Cleveland (2).
Sh (. ~~troft at St. Louis (2).

on 0 i10 000-3 7 : 2
klyn 111 M0 llx-7 11 F ila. 000 200 000-2 6 2
rkont (2-3), Johnson, aBt- New York 103 001 01X-3 8 1
and Cooper. Kellner 13-4, and Tipton.
n Cuyk (4-2), Black and Raschi t4-3) and Berra.
e. Tr. ietland 000 0 250-11 1 0
nnatt. o 020-2 4' 1 Detroit 022 000 000-4 9 o!
burglg. -Nr0 20x-4 9 -. Feller ,3-3p ard Hegan.
rkowmd. W-i) and Howell,- Routteman. Littlefield (0-1),

kson ISM Mad McCulle ,
York 110W00 002-5 180 '
. 110 020 20x-6 0 0
.sen, Wielin (4-1), Koalo,
verger aS.MWestrum.
'ws t.2-i ,onstanty, Haft',
Heinteoftsn and Burges.
ly games scheduled.

10 Clubs Ex

For Support Giv

National olf D

Through their Bhairmen, Com-
mittees of Mangement of U80a
Clubs OperaT g n the Canal
Zo e expressed gratuitde'1day
to local olfd for Its support
of US. 0Cmuag W p'tlpation in
National Gofty.
Chairmen of the local units
W. Fritz Humphreys Cristo-
Elmer 3. Stevens Balboa
David S De Castro Balboa
Father Storms, Moderator -
Balboa NCCS-U680.
National Golf Day, May 31, is
being sponsored jointly by LIFE
inagazinp and the Professional
Golfers AssoculxM0 of American
(PGA Each p otpattng golf-
er plays on 1.v. rb=und on his
home course on 'the same day
-en Hogan, U, 4. Open Cham-
pion. Dlays 18 at Northwood Club
in Dallas. scene of the forth-
coming 1952 National Open. All
contest tante are allowed their
regular handicap.
Any golfer whose score beats
Hogan's will receive a specially
oast bronze medal Inscribed "I
beat Ben Hogan. National Golf
Day. May 31, 1952:" Details on
National Golf Day may be ob-
tained from Bob Fretland -
Brazos Brook or Bud Hammond
- Ft. Amador.
Atlantic BSide golfers are In-
vited to play at Brazos Brooks
wl4ch has suspended green fees
for all who enter. Ft. Amador has
extended an invitation to all
Pacific Side players.
Proceeds derived from the
U.00 per Verson entry fee (ladies
are eligible wili be equally di-
vided between the National Golf
Fund (for P. 0. 2. charitable
purposes and U80. "We are
sure players In the National Golf

of tihe lin for t Oday' t
a1.Daiv I B ua e -
in a plaar az-er
five broken lones in a
November, but e g g*
of it webteLrt7 as he
through Chapman, t U '
ment favorite f Pl tt
C.. 8 and 2. I tth
fifth round and then
down Maxwell, 4 a9d i, e"
iftemarnn and aBth round.
who eltiMinated Merrill ftl
Portland. Ore., Wedne d
ightedly Insaisted he a
'three Amreriean acalps" th t
tournament because thrW* .t
*eeent years he *as knocked out
of the irntish Amateur by. I -
vading Americans. '
But If e U. S. victory flade
flketfi, tt did nt die as
St . JimMY =Ito M
Phla uf and
of 1Ite1M, N. C., Mored dm- M
ble VtkeIRi M yerTdav te art -
tbe *W&teRtaft. 1 MvthM Al
do" 6)V Iees of
lane a *an 1 In the M Em

rpIrITzww and Rafael
a wlU be tOi
abd ffqe cenW
in the league'S
lt Aldtete is the
A. Bratey the

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- de Watsofi
SLam vs. Ea-
A"lemian Jr. vs.
Al-Cela vs. Estrella
pC.i Lam vs.
de Watson
Sla i. Dep.
l^^-Amin Jr. vs.

ltWite, Johnson snd Ginsberg. re'T and British Pe liH e**u
-- ~ Chaiplwen Jia Walker, and
Wash (Night Game)the eixth
.s 000 000 000-0 1 1 M le beat Scottish soccer
000 001 00X- 10 0 star it0 Miller, 5 and 4, in
Porterfield (4-5) and Kluttz. x theta round and Crwtzrd
McDermott (3-2) and Niarhos Gry rotland, 3 and C Itn v.win l)
the sfth. Ward whipped Ae
nly games schedule. Whyte 6f Scotland, 5 and In
the fifth and Sam Haswel eo
I Scotland, 5 and 4. in the fifth
r ss Gratitude and sam Haswe of Scotlad,
n G raulttudet and 4, in the sixth.
STIn addition to ChapnM nd a
|iinSAhT^ m ftwFk l | Maxwell, two other Yalk e *t "
enI ITomorr1ow b6muced out this bitter d ae. d
Srainy day. ',ank 8tratact of
Gardlen .t N. Y. beat t."ti --
a Walker Vupper JIm Wlmon, I

de tIe, ba an 20 esin the iit ro rod
loyT I I tge .n t country a the. f t

abroad more USO Camp Shows Blai"t *l boringg hil mighnM
overseas and at isolated posts in upsets, as driving straight
Stbe et ad meree servl ce down t dle of the narrow
fot :.i| i nameuvers," said fairways^tfe his Ameriean op.
looj M &tee chairmen. ponentf slfuggled from bungee
00 ~ tdayhas 200 USO clubs, to btier. Chapman won
lounges other service units first oe but was n trou
In aoperm and USO Camp thereaows B Blair went ahead on
Show i iend more than 80 the thrd when Chaoman bunk
groups oand at professional etertain- ered ts, nto a doubriving botr
ert on tour during 1082. seven, o ltI t aftter nine, Blar
won chairmen. one a brdle twuOn
The member agencies' of USO took be lostpan. won 14th
are the Young Men's Christian Cha I ot- birdie,
Associations, the Natt~nal Ca- and i Mtta birdie
tholic Communlty Service, the three an went Into
National ewish Welfare Board, the r. Te match
the Yont. Men s Christian As- ended hatted the
soclatton, The Salvation Army, 16th ast .Pa, in the -
the Natlonal Travelers Aid As- sparse into tears.
sociati~i 0nd Camp Shows, Inc. U a m. e
USO st.. tlported primarily! Then BDar b3ttW-pIlltxwell.
throug'.dhaed. 'Red Peather He went two up 4i the first nine
campaign, by sinkinZ a e10-foter for a
Birdie twe on the second and a The amm~en sto
l Sofball nine-flootr a bide three o __
the sixth. Ile awon e 11th wltq
par when Maxwe llr m1v 1 t
the green and ptid tWO-
putt ,and hes web the h who EL.A VtIST
t -ow Maxwell drove the roLA VISTA
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Won Lost Pet. umph i
St. James . . 5 2 .714
St. Simons ..... 4 2 .687 --
St. Peter ..... 3 2 .667
St. Paul ..... 3 3 .500
St. Christopher . 0 6 .000 AL

St. Paul and St. Christonher
will cross hate at the La Boce
dilamond tomorrow In the only
zame scheduled this weekend..
Players are reminded that the1
game wilt start no later than
4:03 p.m.




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for July4Ah 4h t

Celebration a

A drive for funds to finance the "Let the people know the truth am he
Paacfic Side Independence Day '"- -kI ,. t
Celebration is now underway. rWENTT-SEVENTB TEAR PANAMA, R. P., W im p -
Funds are necessary to.finance
the purchase of small favors for 6
children. the cost of the tradi-
ths t s .n French Govermes Reds
tloai9 fireworks exhibirion at r IlO.Of S
It is anticipated that a mini ex- t iB
mrn of $1,800 must be raised to v
cover all costs incident to the ce-
leation. bon
A seriesof owl shows" is being I B Force
conducted on consecutive Friday amtor ttl
nights at the Diablo Theater as PARIS. May 30 (UPI The the arrest of party leader ao Ibed seizure of a document- r
part of the drive for funds. The French government took new ques- Dqlo now languitint t efcase from Ducl oar tts
firpt two of these shows have and extraordinary precautions in Fresnes p'isob waiting trial theftt" SI.1at bd
been well attended and the com- today to combat an impending on a chase of acting against buclos. when arrested, was e- nea rily in
mittee hmopes that this satisfac- second stage in the Communist the internal security of Fratne ,,IWanl ,d by his wife., ady- law" r
tory showing will continue for riots which the government has in leading a bloody Communist 1 an a Russian-born chauf- Section of the
the coming shows. c'.clared to be "a real plot a- demonstration Wednesday a- w been changed to pe
ec against the internal security of galnt GCM. Matthew Ridgway, 'ThI A loaded army-type pIo was not the defendant
Contributions are being solicit- the state new Allied supreme command- t g the seta beside him. rub- tcy nl. the
ed from individuals and offices Police throughout France have er for Europe. on 'W1 -wrapped crow-bar was with-h "" .ethusM el ,th
in the Canal Zone. and from in- been alerted in the face ol known or t easy reach the
dividuals and firms in the Repub--Communist preparations for a Brue said in his broadcast. A radio receiver with which he e ehh d
lie of Panama. The report of the'gen.ral strike and mass demon- this morning that tl'.? Commun- "Du ree tly had been ow t de dant.
treasurer indicates that contri- stations. ists had de rarely turned their denft f e deployment to enable hi Tne Ovilions of ptr
butons have already been receiv- The French Reds form the sec- anti-Ridgway demonstration into the Al is par border his Red ihoters Into ac,- ( -) to hf a t
ed as follows ond strongest Communist Party "a real Insurrection." floor tF national was in the back of the car. bI thO ged to lberalize ~e.
after Italy'st outside the Iron? One rioter was killed, more Formal d es were w dead carrier-pigeons were qI*teWttregarding guard rails
Cotitributions at Pay Of- Curtain than 900 persons injured, and 718 aganst-'Dut. at pudgy, found in the trunk. 6 VA ltows.
Twice Window. Balboa Police precautions put teeth in 'demonstrators arrest.-d. pasty-faced man of 56. a sph noa retd."
Hlghts............. $137.4,4 the warning broadcast this Brune's 6 a.m. broadcast, made of Frapgi blest Jurists., And th.e briefcase, said by po- dows shall pt iK
Tivoli Hotel employee 4. morning by Minister of the Inte- at the hour when most French- ruled that ,iParliamen1 llto be packed with "important Va ted m eren oy
Civil Intelligence Office 7 00 rorCharles Brune that the Gov- men are listening to the early munity forfeit ffocuments and papers, was fund tlof at le9t ses f
Col. G K. Withers ..... 2.00 ernment was firmly resolved to morning newacast before gbing open 10on in i hidden under a seat. by r2 Inches in width ob-
C tain of the Port Of- .maintain public order and to de- to work,. was regarc'.?d as a clear day's vlA et ed riots. ither by lowe" the
........e ....... 2.67 fend the freely chosen regime of warning to the 800,000 member r by a knockwt-elt
R.X. Hazard, District At- the country. French ,3omrmnist Party that FrSnol y provides g6h wiow.Il
torney .... ....... 500 The Communist demonstra- the Government is prepared to Parlam ~otwdeputy. c i w wIvs
| Eletrical Division ... 8.50 tons are ostensibly to protest meet force with force. the act Of .litti .n1n hl armsNe ad ft et
1.tnor Transportation Dl- ---is atrlpped T L his usual IMAntu! id g n Clgth arms and head oAtof
vision n ............... 2235 Brune's broadcast was the gov- ty. Iow and at the sme tine
Contract and Inspection eve Will A rnment's reply to the Commun- Examtinhr magistrate r t the us of the eme 0%to
Cotranch and inspection 15.82 Exi l u ey ist-controlled French Confedera- JacQu t inaed the f i Funeral service for the well- all be provided mle
General Counsel's Office 8.00 lon of Labor's order of last night dictment W2tet the severe ', r- known Isthmian artist Johanles lower part of the window is
Treasurer's Office 51.10 to its 2,000,000 members to nal security code" after a *t- dlus Ecker. Who dbed idnes maner ah safety o
Dreeutive Office 4.70 "strike and stag walkouts for the minute hearing. day. were to be held this fter.? beae tlY
Receiving and Forwarding defense of peace, bread and lib- noon at three at the Okert hoemen aVa enter r of
Agen...o ............ 8 .001Aai Traln s rty."' Attorneys for Duclos said tW on 9th Street In Col6h. n gtitAft"a and head out otf the
Clvil Affairs Bureau ... 20.40 Brune said the anti-Ridgway arty leader will sue the artt- Mr. Ecker, a nai and at the m sM
Personnel Bureau .... 23.10 demonstration showed the Coam- ng police inspector, the e_ I- cker, n ive acaof the Ute of the eaet*veno
Community Services Of- Harold W. Earp, Foreign Na- muniats to be well armed and inning matrate-and the n fr Dutch West Indte lived inCo-
flee ................... 3.00 tionals Training Officer of the well organized. prosecutor lase Iarrest, aw ldf 5 -t" 1 W
Civil Aeronautic Administration o dM. or. r
'Hobsn' Survivo arrived in Panama yesterday for I He was know f both sides of A F
'HobSOn Survivor the purpose of surveying the rOyWmCI Be s ftleS COM g teM sthmums or is pa-tins.T
Be;proer a of woh werexhbited j-e- Jo dhiN Walker, 19%Of J
To Wed Girl Whose rained n civil aviation In the oeatly 111 ofthl ldet. ad e h taenof r o
United States with facilities ar- F At tt death, he PSa. VO in
naege Saved Life ranedbyPointPourspecalists. For iss e Panam a 'sI s cham.
L ,' During his visit to Panamta, b her .* Ust t ,.and
'IH ELSA M ., gMay 30 Earp will hold conferences with ., wtase gr of tihe o branch
P) A Wavy seaman who the Point Four Chief of the C- Girls from Colon and the In- vince of Bocpas del Toro and Le- 74C tor
survived the mid-Atlatc ol vil Aviation Mission in Panama, terror Provinces who are taking ia Raimlre from Colon. deo ros.
Melon of the destroyer obson and with high government offl- ineThe representative from Chfrt- Co plans tn a.p l i
lped t e hairlraft Mrlwa als for the purpose of ascer- ert in the o "Miss Panama" eon- The representative afrom Chii- t rganilzd N o l o MI tI
11 1? Sv t..e w ith q is fya do by COPA to 4M the Camera wt ito ke to
wil be red too getrrow I orkin forcing the neeada of Panama in t t wilhapend the week s e with qul e pageant will e t ufrvthved by a sCaer d- -al the
t ifilmnt of tBel" ovenm that this field nd the advibility offrom t ttpro- be aheld n the Pota Vist.a Room oe f Curasobal,so and and her twin
lped ave his life sending more personnel to the ElPnama. e t h- of th ime otel se Panama this Sun- lauhte, Mrs. C. A. Scott, and to

United State d for training. They will maknce of Hertra; first pub- test has been changed by poaeinjured her left
'seph 1111. Arsenault. 10, of AccordingetorEarp. 65 per cent lic appearance in lP~amna t ty. request to.9 p.m. to enable thot" 001sLowas Venerable Maw. -e. '-
CIhefsSItrulhled4o stay alloat of the Panamanians trained inat the second "Miss Panama" who wish to donso. to have ape- tkl. 1 6r Atlantida Lodge No. a 6. -0ldbftry xwwf_
Sthe stormy wat S a n th d of c ivil Avaviation in te Unltd taesBeauty contest, on Sunday, when c irls unay modner in Catalena Clr, enesUela. rlel d er eaS arm
as he skid later -d "I kept are active in this field, either they will omrte ith ts boa Room before going to the sling eae
thinking I've got to gut home working for the Panamanian from last week's show. contest. The beu pageant will e IS rVved by a sLiter. rEd-l t01 the dlfferM
-amd marryBeverly.,,government or for commercial The contestants from the pro- be held In the Palla Vista Room=mae, -f'4'uracao. also an adopted and her Wnn IAM,
airlines. vincei are Elisa Oenzalof Chi- of the Hotel ElPanama this Sun- IGiHltT. Mrs. C. A. Scott, and Itil! two days
H arp has had wide experience tre.0Province of Hertera; 4lobilr day. .k p.i -dtughter. who reside in I injured ler Ig ,
BALBOA TIDES in the. field of Civil Aviatleon. ]lle Gisela Malek of Agualedd ,.Pro- The girls wHi model Catalina Ca a, emuela.
was Director of a pilot's traiein vince of Coci ; GaroalRl Oers swim suits, by courtesy of Boyd -
Saturday. May 31 program during the secondWsrld from David, Provinceeof 'f/mal ; 0 Brothers and glamorous evening
NIGH LOW war and has beeil civil aviation Chabela Denis of haS "~abs.gowns from Mottas, Modas Mar-
S!00 p. m. 3:21 a. m. andWashington. Thomas of Bocas Del T".,.ArO- Maduritos angdAlhaen Tita. N m be
: a. 2:44.3:2 p-. m- an Washinto n In the se o P c o
I 'm L.! Aio- fl

THE IN AND S *OUT Attorns Geeral Jameu P. Mc-
Granerv left) emnjys a hearty-laugh with his predecesmer, J.
Howard McGrath. T~ZoWDtg JuifM Department -mieeaites at
which McGranery was sworn Mo the PresRsts emabinet,
becoming fresldent Trnmaiso *ird Attemnu 4 toraL

My Ma y Be m is

W K F, Mass.. May v0-
(t') 'J. Manning. 86, a
,tt r4 StlbW, said today he
wa* a*" evewr the possibility
of beaomiag the father of quin-
tuplAti out that his wife was
, X-rAyg*wed that Manning's
i7wyTerw i wife Marion is sure
to have a multiple birth before
"We be ie it will be quads,"
said Dr. Robert R. Ryan. the
attend yian. '"But there's
Sof q uints."
APttSKaS Mrs. Manning Is
consumed to SoOth Shore Hos-
pital ha re d probably will stay
thien tvU the multiple births.
MpM deglit over the
idea at .etuplet she added
'that "It's the will of God."
"ta for ma"' Manning said,
'Tm numb aftout the whole
.Ibtng I on't know how I feel.
*t'a OdastelbRe. It's unbe-
lemAible." *
M~ltag Maid be first learned
' *ah fe lisllt have quintuplets
amb*tffi e weeks ago, but that
he dn't ebtually believe it un-
til this wek when the doctors
todmore -rays.
"M do'at are whether we
ve UP gWa ib" he said. "We
P am s "ce as long as

they live and ~tay hethy and
strong." .
The &% have
three eh M Mty
Alice, $, _
and ne In
to help
while Mr. In' tbe
S anniag ai B li.an't had
time to ma"be -f gw4$*tloft
for the brth 1wm -t-bee&L
praying a lot; I.., p
"AS a mekiq U eit
"the whan a.b .,
her (Mrs. -

Church bef -i .'l" t Into
the hauhal", l aM.
"And oDIs:t ; I. *
the Churhla au fiue
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