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 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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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
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00736
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"OpfEATION. ljr COMMENCES The atomic fireball of "Qperation Cue" spreads across the
desert floor and reaches out to smash "Survival City" at the Atomic Energy CommissIon prov-
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SImprovement Of .Canal
S 0 Maq (UP)- caoUs ln e spoke today Thatcher ai that a- A
MauricesCo.W hsr, l st sur- efaste he PanamIL Canal 150 -eel canal at Fansaetoud
vSing m berw of the original clety of N.w York, at a meeting cost bette s -ftee and ten MI. -
4 Bn. Cona m omission. presided by Raj.oy W. Heb- lton dollars,, a Oulord require
in an address today urged Im- ard. higher tolls for transit.
proement of the present Pan- Thatcher urged the necessity "Any material Increase in
ama locks canal rather than of a general review of economic, tolls wllm Inflitbly harm o u r
a sealevel Atlantic-to-Pacific political, enineering and Inter- own merchant marw moral
watertway. national leniB related to the than that of any other nation,
Thatcher was formed gover- Canal sItuation. Thl would be because of hither wk e and u r
n f th Canal one and o de-.aken by -.. ropos.d In- benefit conditions obt. Ingour
served five terms from Ken- terocesnlc Canals ommisslon. own shipping systems than I -- O -
stucky i the Hoe of mRepre- Bills authovltng the Inter- those of other nations," Thatch- -
sentatives. oceanic Canals Cbmmsaon have er said. About 600 American employes of Caiel Zo l
He is a recog ed uthority been Introduced In the Senate "The net outcome of such a
on the nter-oen omm i- by benm. Thom Martin, (- situations, n my meant. cies have sent in $5 apiece to become partic
on the inter-oceanicomm- lowa) dad in the House byRep. would be well calculated to giants in a proposed suit through which it is hcpd
Clark W. Thompson (D-TeX.). drive our hip from the seas." 'r r of their back income t 3M-
Thatcher aid that sooner Based on hi pence n refund of some or all of their k income t IS
or later, increased facilities Congress. Thather aid, collected.-
must be provided for trais- "I cannot believe that Con-W The United States Citizen Associatie i i
lathnate shipping. greasonal sanction may ever be ted Steaes Citizens ASSO.I
"Congressional debates since given to the abPndonment of the. technicalities for the plaintiffs who ned At.t
1947 have brought the principal the present Panikma C4hal and o;l USCA members
ueq nto focus, and the Canal the constrUction, in its stead, of ,"ri .
proposals are now better under- an entirely new waterway of A spokesman for the USCA caled attentiJ
:... **;- .. stood," he said. "These Include unknown design and at astro-
three principal Ideas, as fol- nomical cost. unless convinced e fact that June 12 is the deadlia for oa
*- Inreseo lows: in the most satisfactory w y, name listed as an originalplaintiff in tIte suit to
S". Increase of Canal capacity that such action is the a bolute by Washington attorney LoVern. Dilit.-
...... ... and operational facility by and indispensable solution .re-
S ; means of the maximum utiliza- quired. Other names may be added ltrt it was exp
ton of the existing waterway "Indeed, T believe that, ra- but plaintiffs who wait too long may llndytlst the a
S- minllake-thrd loek plan their than a e u of limitations has run on part of the me t -
;, 3(c "-. of the pre- course the Congren is more r
*...sent Canal Sad construction o likely /to turn to Nicaragua or reclaim.
Sa new ca at level with to some otrreg n f Afte the original t filed. It oted out th
a locks near the Pacificend m t t original i4s fid, In was oio tigr th
.dal locks near the acf end ed shipping-i required ,isti of.-aDtional p ti st will U-AN ilui o

ra sna.4 "pM re09
-The Implications of thiee Thatcher said that s au -evel s br
pr posals are tremendou's t4 P m woulIe.
affect the future we tlS l V tt Wal- o0tS
United States. The 3 aSt a s albert O
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Aett deign forn that re aCirh r.eprsenttitn. I will make its teone s cm to tan
Gdr, onallmard cut, tug J"ma 11, at hour an rdingh such
5-- rn oud from... SISSwth V-24'Was that could plbce to W eedeu. la4tsnloe s MI
OB .E.V.R.AT "3' Sa Asthe. 0e10Afrom.thetomIi nevitably result," he miald. I t veso there vat o uas,
blast drifts overhead braves, an atom ic scientist, talks HisCA-or e .bo-were prest Zoe st of
to.Civil".Defensebern nrdnewsm overin gOperation a* *t the latmeetinwl ge c, o.
(NIA Telephoto) Cue." s from the deo at the Nevada test site turned take the matters ae con .rie l 1
LOWQffzmO*--.Somewat differentt ro r vious blasts t) dBI x weteraate. ra etion or 7t wrwr 61
in that t mbleg aSOy'tdurton mark Instead oft 4heby now AA further action opi
famil artta-tt upward shoot a muleom loud laaclfrom 1 * * Busdriver .tl.lta Aran whlte. O fOe surjet. o tion trer. Itee
the detonatin at the Nevada test te. who makes a bOit of ppealn NEU-O OEn the subje ot of txtion thed eew
Masonry Houses Survive Atom Blas traffic, offeg ,to th He ingway Theme O debate was nconfinedtan
Ow G ps .... R e I@IE Dummy l / P wekrc out .~ .l .week with an appeal of a con- the lapplieda ,ep e In asmuch aa-l
ay aI BMt Duimmiy Occupants Roughed Up vhaho h"es afeeUaP aal ar. Thi wlsde "ooa -besa
anaa a leade school girl said today she has unfavorably on
I JS... S"RI TOWN, Rev, iM ay h wmade --ofr- afterhe union comp d of dleer fund out that Nobel prie win- Several of the delegates point- adeutate h lng
in US ananuT ,T OW v.,mayM was made of cemg
RIME flU-V ~ a-hfhlw er Z-T &,-aof buses,, Snoi Is Canal ead out that the privilege and tont ant nr .
snte Ul fbb ig ong with Barbara Biake, 17, was oigation of citzenasire comet

-- while thetr frame oad s ofwall panels. In Balbos Magise's ourt d decided there were so ad to seek freedonom being tln dee to th.,f
neighbors were shattered by an The roof also was of pre-cast he had been found guty of ns about him she needed to taxed was Asking for p or m attr or the
PXNA BLANC Costa Rica, caps to be closed on the high- atomic blast are typical aOf tho cOcet lab. The w r f a dne on GaUilard Highway o that were unavailable lo- especially privileged ct nip. to decide.
May7 E.. Sim rspeasard way between th cited states s ora Amerseia jndo lbywwelding matdhf teer 8. Cally* o. .wever, those r t y Any te atn y
L. e niances to order and te Panama Canadwellings. plat Miss Blake placed a telephone un mol n accord t wo d t
day that the United States will Zoe a They were bent and blasted, It also followed so called The court was told that White call to HemingwayIn van, a analon in being d- through
continue .it port.to facilitate High officials of Costa Rica, their windows mhud and tAeir earthquake requirements and was followed by a member the Cuba, -but the writer had retr- s aed as a area for ta press
the complex of the Intera- Nicaragua, and the U n it e d mannequin owhets tosed about, PEA specitiations and was anal Zone'Police fore from tbhe ed. He telephoned her yesterday. fVses should also be ofre
merican hway. States were among those at- but their walls and tools suffer- made of ox ded shale aggre- Tvell CommissarY to the ut6te I realized what- I had Le a voice in government tam region
S. h endin the Inaugural aeremo- ed only a few cracK gate coneree Leae Ball Park. He Waa actual- done almost froze," she said. taabIs area. M ,
o e on btates delegation a One of the surviving homes The blast.effects caused some lyoeed from he eatnace But she regained her composuree a 1 f.
the Unite tabte delegation ar- *"2ere can be no doubt that on Survival Town's blast-front of the Interior walls and ceiling Curund Road the Balboa ut, talked to Hemnway 10 I attempting to balance the
tendln 8 ceremony here prompt completion of the street was a reinforced masonry fashioned from plaster board, to Railroad Station and found.to be minutes and was given in- m posttltiy of peal n. the Ca-
onnaly.: sta a 1-mlie interalerican Highway is a block cottage.LThe Other was a crack and break into large traveling at between 50 and formation: al zone income tax law a-
stretchi.gArh r in d mies anortwe oen0.da cane of losng
stretch. .tt highw Irba L* prime and establtsoed objective pre-cut concrete slab. Both were ple. msan hour. The lime t Thei man who won the 10A aistthe chance o losing
Cu, Rica, to Nicara-' of United States oWgn.. y" ngle story u es-t on The masonry and concrete slab along this stretch Is Nobel f for literature forms the diffe t the dele-
guan~. aji Holland, who Is chaLman a concrete floot. Neither lad a homes are similar to typical Judge Crowe upheld the decl- "The ld Man and the soea" Is as voie d op alon thA, m .i
"ho- the stretch *otfT hUted states Senate Ap- basement Plorida block stucco homes. Aaon of the lower court. "doin f i newn nov the tax law should be repealed
to motor i'j f only twoo propriations su-b commit tee The green-palhted masonry at page 304 of new novel. Itwould prove to be more costly m'w
-.- whch directly cono rned with home was built of eIgIt-Inch He'was unot gathering materialtheme "

Holland reminded his hearersdesid sec to mee Still Another Suit Decde riwhen his plane crhed than to pay the
t-Californalautbitake F12 there. He aid he had the Green rther recognition o r ta on
Bf cWntly. requested ..rancgress to memsa pov. l ul"ues Cai m r eiald, to, at-e .ie
Ifabut b ag In as.piTh Maso" -l Case O f Tanker Sabrina ool girl aspiring to write a l I 4 L i
hi ___ hai speeding completion Of t h e coposeS --.-- perfect theme: "J udge It real nk." tO Vancor
:t hiwhaya and cut out all the jeunk.d:"eshipen
"TheomPlMK o f-this h h- The white pa ited- conte In a supplemental opinion court may become a ehas el hde ship on

-a American way wll bing impor-tant handed down 8 In S latrict for .the ofleetion of LeS- a *aa ru yaan o
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Cls I recently met, because when the time comes fpr them
to get in ga tig*g d tiy won't be able to he" r those
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Wellthat's resonable enough too, I suppose, because
on the few occason n Bed manages to get his ludicrous
parody on motor transport beyond the city limits, he has
to wait quite a while out there piong the mosquitos be.
fore someone arrives to-tow him home. To have protection
against Insect bitep during thosh long waits Is not.-too
Lad an idea, at that. '. .
Rod tells me the t1res are so thin he got a flit the
other day when a mosquito bit one.
However, t'r sure enough there's no way to see the
Panamanian countryside like taking a trip with Rdd. You
make It out there (maybe) as far. as the countrysideo and
by tip time someone turns up to tow the heap..home
you've had time to.pemorizo "every blade of graas for
several finrcas aiurod. 'ree stumpp and rusty oil drums,
too.
Now there is -anther way of getting to know the
Panamanian. countryside.
You can get to know it by those same means which
prove so efficacious in getting the best out of a woman--
that is, by jumping upon her heavily with both feet from
*ome adequatee height.
Bunch of follows down from the States demonstrated
this last week, thought they. used parachutes, which of
course hamper one needlessly when it comes to juinping
with both feet* upon women, tq explain things to th m.
Seems the Canal Zope characters that played hoolkiy
for the day up at Rio. Hato returned convinced that Sir
Isaac Newton was right, about that apple which fell on
his head. Cores and effect, he named his theory.
r.e, general Idea, as I recall it, as advanced by New.
ton, was tnat if you throw either-an apple or a paratrooper
out of a Globemaster at 1000 it and about 130 mph, neither
is any sort of an object to have fall on your head when
you're swinging in the old hanmoack taking a siesta.:
Looking over the paratroops, it required no more tlIn
my customary unsurpassed discernment to note that -a
r.umber of then were Negro boys, including NCOs and at
least one officer, Maybe more. I was only in one plane at
a time, a fact r*ega e.';by the,bras as putting the opra-
tion in more than efficient haard .': ,
When the green light went went on, these Negro
paratroops acted exactly the sains as their white buddies
took one look at me arid jumped right out the door .
Word later reached me that the 4d0sk'y amo ',alf
t ne of the cite outfits of the UniitedAtee Army,
and war, prk6etded to Hit the iMnoe-With about the same
wallop as their white buddies.
Wind. didn't blow any less for them either, ,so they
were just as ipt to get ragged, an exercise useful only
when applied, by. the hair, to women.

When all this Jumping was over, the general idea
around among the spectators seemed to be that it was
quite a show the lads had turned on, and that paratrooping
was no the sort of sport to recommend to your. right old
Aunt Hyacinth, unless you had it on sound authority thtt
you were well- and favorable mentioned in her will.
But the word doesn't seem to have spread as far as
it coulU, not all round our US-raters, and not around all
*the pews on the Pacific side either... "
Because there came to my ears the other day ano-
doubt libellous and misreported account of a US-rate fam.
dt# man, who horsewhips his wife and daughters no more
than they merit it, -and in like ways manifests. all the
traits of a worthy citizen. "
Knows his way.throtlgh the Bible too, including that
part about Goodwill toward man,, and kfidred quotes,
However, there must be other quotes which have
ever been brought to my notice because, this 2haractor,
and I've met others like him, seene guided by some sec.
tion of the scriptures which makes it OK to refer to Canal
Zone colored residents in terms indicating that the temple
has reverted to the. money changers. segregated monty.
changers, of course.
Theo general suggestion being that Local Raters are
so.sparsely gifted ts to-be incapable of operating a 'tack
hammer. -
It's plain to one qnd all, of course, that this small
sanctimonious section of Zonians is perfectly correct in
its unoharity. ,'
No white kid has ever wandered out on the road
on front 0 a oar ln~parjait of a ball. Just colored kids.
Ns white driver has ever had trouble starting his car
when -ie traffic light switches to green. Just. colored
drivers, who haven't got it in them to understand aGod
given 4merioar. knowhow.
No whito dookwalloper has ever gone to sleep in the
sun behind a truck during working hours. Just "\e coloril
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'\r~Mtirn -nited Sgtea
Sijdent h-. ere. ia only one
Sl, ac htuby-throat.
reft tn Panama, however,
Sdc are ns6f ipedes.

"- fid over forty species,
I rapnig in size from tiny bauz-
niag mite hardly larger than
asn tneeG'- the Rufous-crated
OaOett.-to .a big fellow -al-
mast abx inches long with a
ctratrd bill, called we Long-
tatled He.rmit.
S Exotic Names
I thematter of names, or-
nl t-ogM'have had a field
day Wtthe hunmingbit'ds,
p r of the vari-
ed.nd beautiful plumage
U p lres the name-mak-
'eras to oetle heights.
It mat be admitted, on the
other hand, ..that the names
are for $he most part quite
dcicrpttve of the birda. Here
rt a few: Pork-talled Emne-
rald, Blue-throated Golden-
tall. Wood .Nymph, Violet 8a-
be dpwnWhne-bllmed Moun-
ta iL-iu, and Carmine-
i toa Woood Star.

Dull Females

hummingbirds are bte igm-
i eat colored and easiest to re-
e.qg -, while the females are
dl'eranf apcnlg moat ilne-
ea r v try difficult to
u .6 bi T1he
,ug.rumgg aop Of the hum-
rmen t]ii frequent your
shrubbery, beat thMig t9 do Is
to make careful totes of the
i,'. raiA. its color. ab ate of


This book, by the way, is al-
most tHe only good reerence
for local bird students, but
unfortunately It is now out of
print. f you have a copy, take'
good can of It.
I S pire-Throat
r Of the hmnmers that fre-
=uenb lUe. flwersg trees and
jba awnL m ntma habits-..
tuos,' f.s e fairly easy to
e to know.
,' am .f small onem- aSpei
cmouony found around hi.bi-
'bee Ia Isthe Saphires-
t t u H milgbigr (Mrs,
a. a I -a "Duo n's")
hs a straight. pinkish
*bgtB g ed tal, and a bright
141. violet-purple throat
and chest
-. We .hve found that this
little aird sma sot-ave a ha-
bit ofi pt


P zutrp&Capprd Fairy
larger but equally
is.the Puknle-cAPId
foFair a bird
m as long l ax its
a ple cap.
fhl~ Iste tow and
d rounded tall with
.e ftbers white.
htu. f i mentions in her
handbook Wt in April, 1924
she tfq.a female of thls]
pSPOO WWs aon Barro CD-

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did, for o0ly a1tew d later
,y auck the nlitle fea-
aig&t an
owl-robbed the ast., taking
non tetnl.g leaving the
other eatd.
Nothing daunted, the hum-
mingbirds nested again An a
few weeks and thi stTae suc-
ceeded In raiatng their family
Without mishap.


Conspiracy thaed

In Waoron Row

In Pero Rko
SAN JUAN, P.R., May 7 (UP)-
E. L. Slaughter, secretary trea-
rurer of International Brot h e r-
hood of Longsho r e me n (AFL),
charged today that current juris-
dctional conflicts in the Puerto
Rican waterfront are due to a
"conspiracy by New York lead-
rac o the International L 6 n. g-
ihoremen's'. Association (ILA) to
'gain by force what they did not
get Mi a fair and honest election."
Slaughter said he had finished
a survey of the Puerto Rican wa-
terfront situation and found out
that local leaders Ramon Meilas
enteredr' into tonspirarv with ILA
New Yprk le rers William Brad-
ley, Tony Anoitasia and Tedd y
Gleason to force the island work-
ers to accept the old ILA leader-
ship." l'
Consequently, Slaughter said,
V'MV-ifiltr fctly out ahd hot-
"file to the AFL We are issuing
charters to Puerto Rico's Council
of Dockworkerq, indl u d i n g the
iAcrt of Ponp, which operates un-
der the council's trusteeship."
..Balugfhiter id.tat oI :an. at-
&tnmpt to reseure uity a monn g
Puerto Rican dbocktrk e r s "we
besa*d Mejlas first. He assured us
he wanted unity and was willing
to let the Ponce local rank and
file vote in an election and that if
they voted h'm out be would ac-
cept their decision.
"Then. today, I was surprise e d
to learn he had 'flown to N e w
York this morning to confer with
Bradle '.' .
Slaughter announced plans to
bWing .all of Puerto, Rico's long-
Fhore crafts into a maritime trade
council "to improve the condition
o! maritime unions and vigorous-
ly fight such IBL enemies as Me-
jias and Easebio Moreno.
Eddie Moot ey, IBL assis f a n t
secretary-treasurer," commhenti n g
cn Rejia's New York trip to seek
ILAs support in refusing to un-
loa Puer o Rican crgoes in V iew
York and.fBrooklyn, sa14:
"We have a contract with the
campanues and we are going to
work and Sat every ship regard-
less of what Bradley or Gleason
a1."7-


itELEASE *

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At the shop i elf, mtor msa
noals are alway present aa d
c ei wneQs alike. Yr fact pre.
A% ricy mv oiler veil32 --asl
whels Is' a mode oa transport-
ation An' be fOthIn these ma-
neals.
b us "d e e p sitafew


weeke,. the autmofave t 'dv. 1 o n
sunopuas n.ow open; aseVen days and
five )ni ts a wak. '


PRIDE OF ACCOMPLISHMENT as well as healthy financial sav-
inas are the rewards to SBe. James Gardner (left) and Cpl.
Burhan Webster. whQ spend off-duty hours working on their
cars at the Fort Kobbe Cratt Shop Garage. The well-equipped
shop is open afternoons and evenings for the use of military
personnel who wish to do their own repairs and customizing.
('.8. Army photo by Pfi Kar Topham)


A "do it yourself" craze has
edught fire with PFort Kobbe per-
sonnel and al concerned arq 'get-
tLng into there act" at\the autoimo-
live. division of the crafj shop,
here in the 33d l fatry, regiment.
Sponsored by Special Services,
the sho i has ueep in operation for
(four Months.) Repairs are made
to approximately 200 cars a month.
with an unprecedented total of 266
vehicle repairs during the month
1f March.
The "garage" Is opened to all
officers and enlisted personnel on
the pokt and is under the super-
vision. of SFC William CarsweU
and Roy E Brown, both mecha-
nics in' their own right.
Carswell, along with ihalntain-
ing. this shop is assistant to the
Post Special Service 'Officer, Maj.
Ramey E. Wilson. He has, been
ireman of Poth the woo er a f t
and automoLve shops for the last
eight months. Brown was previous-
ly asisgned to Service company's
"1i00 hour" anks hop where he di-
rected lank maintainance. -
It is !he duty of these two men
to supervise and assist any one
whose car does not "tick" jrbper-
sy. A quantity of tools, is issued
to those 'customers" who bring
in their vehicles and stallsa re as-
sisgned whce the owners them-
selves-.do the work. I
A large stock of automotive
tnols can be found in the. Ashdp.
On hand are nine complete sock-
et sets. four sets of box e n d
wrenches. four sets of open-end
wrenches, wires, electric dills
and motor rane-up-kits. There is
p full line of king .compressors,
I6oove cleaners and welding e-
quipment. Soon to be added is a
few arc welder for use in body
rebuilding and repair.
Beaepse of the ever growing po-
pularity of this shop,. a USARB-
ARIB mechanical course, a4o
sponAored by Special.Services, I
being taught on Tuesday and Tiuur


day evenings. In conuunction with
the automotive divi i o n. T he e
course a primary aim is to in.
struct in engine functioning, how
to assemble and disassemble a mo-
tor and the principles of tune-up.
A Chevrolet cutaway engine show
umg all internal parts is currently

Isolated N.C. Isle
Seeks Counfty
Govt. Change -
OCRACOKE, N. C. -(UP) -
I This isolated island of the famed
Outer Banks owpe the hideaway
of Blackbeard the .Pirate, is de-
mlading a change of county gov-
ernment.
Since 1885. Ocricoke has been
a township of Hyde County, N. C.
serenly satisfied to be separated
Lfrom its seat on the mainland by
Pamlico Bound. ,
To reach the county seat at
Swanquarter, residents of Ocra-
coke, traveling by established
highway and ferry routes, must
make a 300 mile round trip via
Beaufort, New Bern and Wash.
ington, N. C.
* A new highway stretching down
'the Outer Banks from Nags Head
to Cate Hatteras on adjacent
Hatteras Island has prompted a
petitionn frot.i Ocracoke islanders
to transfer their allegiance to
Dare County which has its seat
at Manteo. \ia the new Hatteras
highway, commercial ferry at
ilatterar 'inlet and he beach
trails on Ocrqcoke, the travel time
1o Manteo is only about three
'hours.
The Dare County board of com-
missioners hsa proved the idea,
adopting a resolution stating that
the generall expression of this.
t board if that Ocracoke would be
welcome in Dare County."


fw day


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with a
ROlIN S a MYERS

WIOw FAN


A low pricldhb&eAtbr relief fm
dripping, tirin heat every maw !
E. mpties heawtaked rooms of
baked air, Mplacin it with cool.
fresh, outside air. Reverse elec-
trically to circulate fresh air. Two
speeds, intake and exhaust. In-
stall witl a'crewdriver. 18' and
22' sizes Also available in twin-
fan casemeat window model. Try
onelmel


DISTRLBUIDORA ELECTRIC
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Tel. 3-4517
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A fhrw -underwear. e
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i- YGD ay- (UP) Nine
n -toda in y br.AIdr flophouse
fire'tdy, bre t their u%.p

'Hol. pforsaW i utesb efore
Fjured in. the early 031

massed fir crews put -it out
Angered by the rash of fires in
cheap hotels. -Coroner Walter C.
i'IcCarron demanded a .full inves-
ligation by the polled crime lab.
oratory and the arson squad. An
inquest was scheduled tomorrow.
The Comfort blase was t h e
fourth fatal hotel tie in the last
fU day. I


The worst occurred Feb. 12
when 19 died in a fire-at the Bar.
ton Hotel, only a few blocks from
the Corff ort cn SkMrow West Ma-
dison Street Two weeks ago Live
died in .another hfeil fire.
Oily a week ago eight" were
killed in a blrze at the G r e e n
Mill Hotel. Fire officials said the
Liaze *as set by ian arsonist.
Chief Fire. Marshal Albert J.
Peterson said no origin had been
found yet for the Comfort Hotel
fire.
Two rruisip. policemen spotted
the blaze when It first broke out
and radioed for fiwe:tpppratus be-
fore drshing insdl 'to.arouse res-
idents.
Officials said 73 men were In
the 65-cent-a-night flo p h o u s e,
most of them slumbering in squa-
lid cubicles. Three of the dead,
however, were found In chairs a-
round a television set in the seec
ond-floor lobDy.
Others dashed to safety in tra-




fPin' furniture uide of
Darts Mahona1m NOW at

Bedroom, ODInig Rom and
Living 3oM 0etu1
Prodctos de Madera, S. A.
a d1yWbeberbe Caowem
s cental Aven.e,
Stwe.RseKak Bu m. aid
Whase MS


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Baflalns on all Heos


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Mr. WOMm raddn., Me hekef mChiumador
for the diers of ike Parss CaP n and
holder of the U. S. A. Congre sion Med
SHonor, h. A frady pverf~mad nmre
tho M00 divse, from 0 M to r.10feet
down, wiak a MO-VADO wWterpro f
watch e has been rewrir fr a yewrs.
A.4/ his u sianau Aem. dadt kt
MOVADO wateeA on a W oe Its per- .
. eecty wmerproof goaltles. ThVey hae put ,
it to doe m extr ook. test ta ofexpw-
ers f r ;'. d


The MOVADO waterproof system has stoodjbe-
Sest of time under virying climatic condition' all
over the world. Underlying its success is tb well
known MOyADO aw
controlled case designed,
to withstand strains even
under abnormal coodi-
tions. This construction
ensures completely water-
proof qualities at all times.
In addition the. unique
method of sAling the
winding stem and the precision fitting -fthe un-
breakable glass contribute to conbrm' the tua-
ditioal reputAtio for quality of the MOVADO
sovw-mi.


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Of Interest To All wcf e



isn't unusual for a woman in been living fur years that makes..
H y -or middle years to &n older woa.an hppy---ed or
a right-eyed, active inter- dispirited ires ed F heworld ..
and inutereatming little old la- about her or so absorbed in her.
think to herself. "That's .'wIl she' doesn't see beyond her 11 :,
Od of on lay I hope r' ll e wn nose, kindly toward others or
d day." zmeanly critical. ' ... "' :
fdast ifme that though oc- c "a
ina't ora bit too soon for a The wrong attitudes and feel .
I to start working on the ings have to be rooted out while
ef older woman she wants a woman is till young-if she Is
S da t f l row l in an admirable older
71thkkind eoflife she has om.an "" -" "
`1R Y THESE QUESTION -
F Here are just a few' questions
it might be well for ny1 Welan
wt ask herself. :
Am I rely interested IVthe JXo oH O4, Ie
S, fare and happiness eat itllers -
Sweestened canned peached are ea. -stead of .tAiVaph when .o erp
.s' fir '.'oI. foods for .thelabyrake mistakes ad l, .ave hi kre
out o -ave bottled junior lacL .c."

Am I wil ing to iale the effort
tby mav decide to he up " accomplirh the things I wanl U
ho bottle meal by mena or he :u do?
may do it 311 of a sudden. He
. y ien bo throUh a period Am I generous in my estimate
a Slp earm for .e bottle or et other peo and willing to con-
4Q. 1om.I0 t this 1c. (n*ted cede that mn, way may not be
WR pebia mbutIn. .$lay, case only right war?
--- Do I take time to do the little
MIf 1 t a s nd must take things for others that anyone with
a riaor other modi- i little imagInation can see ought
b, attto im on his usual to be done?
otI.ns I._m labk at it first. Do I honestly try to make oth-
lU~fbAill d M l shtly back so ers more pleased with them-
.0Se f waste if it's an ex- selves?
p vd'. is,.riuoa.
....r.s. The 'vomain who can give the
SM.--.. right answers to those questions
is on the way to becoming the
kind of older.person others like
lard admire and are grateful to
8.know. .i

Beauty Tips u

Those earrings that hang
down are quite handsome on It
many women. jut have y ou
noticed how enraptured some
.o, these women gat with the ha
sound of the earrings? fh t
clatter them b n andi h
Sclike churck beIys Vlook S- -' .hi ..
ae easy, wlthi U t helthaLd motion. i
A sprin at? Row wonder- OUNG MOTHERS today realise that their ebarm is e up to date.whennthey ise n in their e y resId ,- di
"Do Come e. ps some.- s ri a ? "otw n ..,,,. .t
-ny 1- Ja invita-I ful. But this la Is one hat that stick make-up, hand care and are of your eomplezxlon play an Important part In helping to keep 'or appearin toutthl, a th
1 i* ,'ao 'vare th it is needn't stand the test of sea- ar S
s rc d as ore than a sons. However silly It is, If you the above pictures show. Taking care of your personal appearance is a daily procedure nt one to :b oarrlqU eot J st,ance In a .s t
n ore lyan eca a ford whil. The best bt Is to devo five minute to yr e and n before you go to be s

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V. A. WA h?*., A. .e ,

dramatic parmsr Ia
she ,camera in peJ&a
'young Ka'.:."ko ( ) C '

%NC. .. h *...ant."n .
... 9 -. , persuaded

ly arrived in-America to
Hm new 6le as aU. S. ho 1 11
ruled Jape.R g "dii
TAINS dare" to ast olier
cause of the stories she ha
o.f Ameican wap atroci-i
e QWANA IhiSo amended was warnd n-ot speak to
I...it-tl'tte.chlbt.at leyehad aa. e d. de



.a. tropllcs ln thu firs .aiuldv tca.e a fuatuly wind . .

h e is.VseS retain te o, anew 'ear.pd r t. Warmer Raueko's parts rmala d.
*..'wss not mer as te Q n y mer- crauspm taoU, oc withv aisqt however, o. the Jt, '* *]
is... alk tr-- wau rreain to 1p0 atrictia afdln d progra ms.a sw. as aun-,in4ew,.tl ie )fl in, .

.an te song t.ae ni.s wt tuali na& were tasa& Jalia eventual "r' -. .. h
-er A re et A e all to va rius ar n ealsics. T en Lar eo ou and th e- he rt e," =ld, a"d In. .
unc in the nousaol- another aar-r ca.erooat tc y ako svaou i Thea- tis p t jIta .
,l uthe weren rvrerab gvtoen toatrhcaaof' prNra s the .nio s" a rler ..the a n w.






p.'.'" banana a.M t.,.I.su.lg-_tlo_ restriction %o moveI u-eatmem ,.t Ia t chn e tons ofI A l .armna -,,sim, I. .t .. & .. ,-,s.,- n i_


-,x 1n* ia e m asGOwn- I*0 M M m .a
a me#.Th a a toa E astern stats an m- diarrhea 0al,.d Qea,. t ,l,,s a ..of ese ad ne ocu eaiy we t-, -e ,- P. a, ":
I~t touchyfor cook- 'arly uftNew York area. As thel smanail crens snoing from als Ld an Americas 4Ask mfortu- aft cif lms, usAwersd., Atog
pieas"at changefr v s*n gew sm did the plan- disease were oftu lEhanimatly Americas meo choose Ea=m4Dgot




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in anIr alelca tflTough durable and easy 'to ftheshay edok aras fincos41 igKasu=dknbow to' prepare in a paIynhi
tresp~h~paftlaimports in-trp.alsteamers adOWvugfu-was ham sa eggs. Even tCisbe- sip enter"%,spawee lmpfartw.ttMe~wl
toIU e Wkmarksbegan thelyaway Ito vat@,ieserbfdt
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BY KAY SHERWOOD special Instructiona acoopanyP
NEA Staff Writer ing curtains and blanket, and
you' ean see why you can't trust
Tagging the textiles that enter to-memory.
ur homes ii about the only.w wa . .'.r "
anufaeurei can keep uas eto Mrs.. Cart.riht .also. r ikued
he fibers in the fabries and t me. that the instruction. oetle t
s how to take careof them. that comes with th a w*tAa
But what do you ,t the should be kept for handy -r
gs when you take them. tehe ew.. Furthermore, ahea
fabric? It you dtop' thet IB the water temperature shouihejl.bt
astebasket, how, are you gong the laundry. Job tt.iel. iWe.
Remember whether that T Pay4 attentionA to the asMsAua r
ool skirt treoralonart rr'e tips. Some dyes used on q-
r do you wash. it by machine or thetice, for instance., RV at
and? Does It p. dry or .cab t Mt high water .ts mlratura ,
* wrung? WI W the .w.hahl. ,. .?- L .
gs of summer dxoppinaio 4opeptab. the t
amper, it's 4ime to. stop and re- up a gg sboa hic, r%
soup our tag collections. mnt he wall near, 'dink and ma-
I asked M>s. Jessie Catwright, chine. When I .acquire a new
rector ofthe Norge -5ome-inatI- garment-for myself erthe aM-,.
te, just how imtaporta abbhe, 1. I jot down e. te tar huOe
inks it. is for homemakers to At ts and .bah ft up, Golf' taEl
ive all the data thrust -upon .e adequate-. temporary ooks.
em. . Wen your cn e tio tb
If there's. ,laundry istructn im psarve Size. stick A,'
ag on (he garant, by all, means sm hook ilpt )ft a .
sep it .and. gr, -C. .Twr i workout o

OtthN, oron a, acron to un t up
ith nyloon ind n so that un- tf-r that I rilg use smore
is you have a uIde you just mareinq and s.inkt h I, 4o6i%
ch. Nor can you tell by, touch the thred t tags and,
Nlh fabric .s which, 1 .'- the c ra r labels atch-
Add to the Ust tae c fin- as arht U e c stains, I punch
hes used on cpnttorts, wool flan- a hole., bind it and knot a string'
5-.1t. are washable, pbsaIt the through it. -


rimaily Of Interest

T Isthmian Women...

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k en,. aere.a. jayclnats'* Jawds. -the largest island st up
g people to meet at the In the Bahamas and e
I S yr ft rel very, serious abbt he b ep '
ii Convention, whch con- sbilitles, taking great Inter
Ktec ;e d ttf And- whfl eat In their -y. ring, Mid e,
2"of-Tem have returned to eyn talks -In IN ..t
e various countries they re- Bahamian Wn whlch he l y
i nt, many have lingered he "lapses 11tb- utomeacaly'
r'for a dby or two in order
sea more of Panama which He also owns the Pilot Hous
ter all, la why they came Club a amft hotel --a
Ml the Nassau Yacht Haven,wht
every yachtng or fishing en-
At a dinner' held for the thuslast knows'who ha visited
legate in the Hotel iE Pan- Naasau. It wU bOi ad atf
I, headquarters of the con- ford Sands, a well N
ubI W talku to the Nassau sau lawyer, who IL e
e ives, and was faa- to put plans of ethir
h to b'a1 of- .he met Board. Int action. It
i that haseen made with- A government backed proATi
the past four years to build but t it was only our ear a
weo iMlands into the impor- that Sapa reVispd the wol'
at tourist resort they are to- matter, and was -ated y'
7. Bobby and a few others. -Now*
than.to them, the aha~ea.
By that, I don't Man I are really on the map
nt to publicize the Basas Bahanmian have better liing
d amy "but. my dear, you con tilqs, and everything
nply VW t there r you "huny-ory!" Those who a
rot rey that young men of today ha
0, .to. .m tt an unusual lost m 5U of rdl ,
M -* ho been one ead uen to perform i*tie
th ma u:,uporter of the worthwhile In life would R
usiu ,Deiaa ent Board, anld had their faith in human nai.
o i actively Interested in ture restored if they had" t.
rithlAg, that his country Bobby Symontte,
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t u w and he It Is only fair, After wit
r Panama wt bthe other *bout a man, that -1 alhltd


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As t "dese ,o" for Mrs. Oy S.S. Apseon .Ta
Tasce Davis, JT, who t' lwtVfng Retlrg Irwl s To Satim
the i hmuM on'the 1tti ol My After thirty year readence on
with bie husbibid hd the ldthfIuas,. and Mitt.eF. N.
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1952 Plymouth 2-Door Sedoi

Lovi~m.eagegod rbb eri only 4,80 .
See it at your CHEVROLET DEALER.
Phone Coln800. .

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ver and Mr. r**, I'-** ^.. .-- -..?.,. _.

bCmminaon t N"Bmr"kfwt g Hr to L di * E -.A^.twto
Members of the C ati a ge Mos" aras orchifc.,
Daughters of Ame'zm, O I *. -. ,.,
8ants Maria No..-44 and %< ,. ..; "
Zoary Altar Societies ofe ,ri" i: ,.
ca_ i n al t .the,7:30|U-at J ^ . .. ; '
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,There followed a degbttu environment. r
eommunion. breakfat,..in the "n.irn-.n..
Frn Room of the ThvdH Iotel. ,' Jf ,
The follow in ladles-49fienddd: i "
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thut v attlude to other people
That didn't ee before got this
reproof this deprivation, this
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S-parents who refuse to get mad
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CansO68 now in session ill1" inue
untilJuly lst
Knights of, Columbus Bldg. Batll "
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4h of Jult Ave. J it.
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RACIAL FOR SALE Wanted to Buy FOR RENT
ilouelVMhod WANTID.Tq s UYi We I ,wfor. A. totoa
CCl/ lAl/ ,ouue-.a .c h Woolard 1rd 1 ---r. ...
PROFESSIONAL.. FOR $S.AL. .......t CS ei ATTiO... Nf..., I I
WT. el 8 _-___ __ __n. ki 5 .0 u ili..go". apel t, f
a on Dental b Po elye.lid.i ... F&OR A_.-.o.as- P,
C,~ E. Fibrega D,.D, hold end ,Afle luml e-lo 50 AUTOM;OILISS hom Psam .V4941.
hldding furniture 6 URGENTLY NEEDED FOR R mishud end a.
Wa su-brtn. w .rk-f s mt ..Sr-a-Sue eRAtI met' WANTED TO BUY a lll le forIeI d t.
tiregaisi r Simmons double beds. 10' 4.1 D a te brnd 2ma.d 4-oee '
iF G O araI M -ft ce r.rig.ator,et .l.al vmum odel, autmebiles Fords. apim .. Ctet ALHAM-
(4fthi of Jar) Arve... 1-MAM 2.l, a ,q-Sao" limmPlyimuthi,. Chevreles. Mer- IRA APARTMENTS, M
(oppe sito Aneon sEs1 flrUa )e c.ip 4, 6-bee cerys. Dedgoes. Poetiac, utisks, Pase If16 Colod.
T.otem -- fil desk, 2 and 4 drawer filing Cdillie. We pay canh -e tho R Rr ..- -
spot.l AUTOS EISENMAN heb- FOR RENT-Fumrishd or
S.. l ide Coce Cola P W. t; TeL. ,2 u.mld-. o.d eopatmen ft
I IFE INSURANCE c.., Phs.. ...o 266-2-4966,. Pom. uo.on r a cl. rom 2
FE INSURtANCE^" C _. P__m__ 111__40. p.m. NN 6 p.m. 4th St. 7040,
CALL FOR SALE-:- '.- k headwsy-Melomdde Ave. Clon.
geanyliving room s0with smell FIR RINT: Two bedroom a-
JIM RIDGE I *'-", $.o00. tm. 0. I .ew 'I," ~ w. h m b.* "li.t
14.2 5_-Lf .17 1.41 FolkSALos -cy crib`*int. ISn -- U.eiW e. reo Cincunts-
Phone Paia 2- 52 tress Seat and ou prd m "r n Panama Canal, a Por- .and NOe. -. /
Prithem. Cristobal 2480. trait of the Funnel for World FOR R-NT-2 bedrm. =rt-
d ". 1._Commerce," which was prepar- n-meiedIroo m-t 81apad .
ca bel taieU with FOR SAL--Dop-lef maes- ed recently In connection with ms anlrnisled. Cs SCoopert. -
hi Cr6atc"- oeny dioeo r owom tble Wh the presentation by Gov. John Ss C2e C6Sr
o'Ar lho.rs, $75.00. P'OrlaS. '8. Seybqld before the Committee _________
9lNealU R. tokwoio *ps $20.- on Merchant Marine and F ish- FOR NT-Furmishid.,. b.-
AlAsorwU wi itwotabl -amp. PHe, erles in the House of Repre- Iineg-room. kitchen. on
. A.s4 .dOLILaAC I_._ a 2.-,7. sentatives, March 29-31, 1-5. Is *eve, Mfrigerater. $76.O0. Be.
S(Fd raura t. a, F OR SALE:- re among the books placed in cir- It Vista. Ground flour real-
istok A Lux Te tr $90.00. Coll Domi ge Dies culation during the past week dew. Tel. 3-1146..
No. 13 20.. "lthe Panama Canal Library.
-The complete list of new books FOR RINT: Mdernm reidentil
..L1.A. e01 SALE: -I.f---I sid dffe and their authors announced by eot.t .completely new,
'*tA. RTlS tAXaR.. t*ble. I chair aid hesck. I the Library thia week follows: very cOl, 2 edrooms. library
S Shi-5 2-25 secretary da k end chair. I drop Non-fiction--4ong of the Sky, o bedroom, maid's Pm. go- ,
P ';:" 241e- .e.f dining table and chairs. Murchle: The Executive at r"m., lwn I. fro*t no water
Learn Ridl at H.use 5512-. Hhimea Stre, Work, Copeland: Construction b. Quiet vicinity. San
P'AMA M 1DIN SCHOOL Diabl. Methods and Machinery. KelloR; ]roso th AwvSmp.-PI-n
',Jamping cl ases"denyv The Modern Renaissance In A- 8-397. CaU 10:00 to 1:00-
Sto5 p.m. Phone 3-0279 FOR SALi:-4 bmner even, merican Art, Pearson: The Pri- 40 to 6;00.
r by ppointint. rgeaps i- d coditio $40.00. vate Diaries of Stendhal, Bovie; R T Fuishd
....1 .-.5|.1.206. "_' "The Comn.. of the Revolution, a lI -rmartm-nt
^r r --I,'- -1- -- .0 I 163-17 75. Glum n on.m n ,
-15 YIARS OF XPERIENCEI.- l h $75.00. 4 Vatlen Added to the Panama Collec- bdleg in the vic in ity, the
dys ad Reducing M.eo ss.a. **. F ion-The Panama Capal:. a B Pil-n" Nh vi. Ci" o-421- .
Ms Levy Machines. turkish l m.i veble, .$7t00. 5 4 4 0- A Portrait of the Funnel for World -_- .-"-
Male end femel* '*perTrs. Diabit i 3t-ii. Commerce. -
SCHOLLS SERVICE-NAT. .. Panama Republic-Periodlcal Wayle, Marquard; Coromandell,
ORTOPIDIC. Articles-Latin America Today; Masters: B onjou r triateese.
A JueM AeIsomena Av. 58 .U our ANAew o,, Re ont Trip to Latin Amer- Quolre: The Healer, Slaughter:
Phoee -.2217. .ScoU meW S l n Countries.io, n.. The Day.of the Dead, Spicer;
r,,- .. don-- Fcti" lly, WaIll sand..Castles In the ilnd, Stone.

Satlq-StIlck. Bamboo I The "Order of the 0 o 1 d e n
Drapes Frog," the newest awards vaila.
Venetian Blinds ble to Canal kone Explorer Scouts
STraverse Curtains Pnd adult Scouters is .beig spon-
G ~wagr or Weed Jaleoles ordd by'-the Balboa Lions Club.
Co g 0 or3 Membership min the order ,,sll be
1 "4 Identified by a miniature golden
Iphsates Given Without t!e suspended from a distinctive
-ad "e Lions Club wqs des-
Productoi de Mad. .a aulal ,a, iI

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SThe Pf* A6odor 6.l Club is
O*bridg hs following list. 1-
tmforf sale. Iuees -d Morftl
sn tet the Cleb Mahip r.
l' iff- e mr. 5 7if .tIll
r saindich kings, 2 Ie. No.
447991 Machine coin pMenter
ied optd, N CA- 2595;
iriMqeq~j 21 sx 24j Feed


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Soiled bidswi. be uimd or
.* ek boxn- Chis
Wheeler. Ron. St. daesed.
Furniture mei, bhonAodt Wore-
Inear El Ramnbo Gap")-daily.
* fore May 16, 0 to: Leon
Helm. c/o Ven Si Ra, Rmires
& des Castro ai 124, Ancnr
C. Z. All "n re eubletd to
confirmation by the' U.S. District
lCourt for the Canal Zone.
FOR SALEy ---, egny dres-
ber, $50.00; PalNI $2.00 each;
Y4 h.p. 25 cy. motor, $15.00;
Ir ell Catr, u. 19--24 A64.
IMaseligous. 169-B-4-28f4.


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with f e l wo. s ne, be .- -
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St.. Mararft.. php. J-8147. mtiml ghway. Owier W. K. -
SCall eff 2:30 p.m.. Woebtae.- 552-A ; ru ads
Heoilis. Tel.; Pp 517.


Help W.nted
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FOR SALI.--954 FOA .CW
tomllmo pedm wil. "rdiemu. ,
$150.00 ash. TeL 1.d
2-818 er 3-1744. ,

FOR SAL: 1950 D- Sle
Custom Soden. PFully spma.
doo" rubber. 0 *owne. -
22M9
FOR SALL:-1955 Fr@u Cu.-
temMUms Sod.e V-I. Last. 0 si'
to et a noew car t a mubstmtil
reductlon befo I to tka
Steat. Phoeme el. -0IM.
FOR SALE-1948 Buk. ek.
cllfnt angles, good tlte, moids
body replrs. Meose a god hot
race. 0950 Ameder Roei. PlHec
2-240. ''


FOR SA-1954 bdqKain-
,*&y cifM. CaModal Tity
i, 50. 246.A. a a ..


FOR SAUr -- ib ta0nk vifI
fish. 10 Pl. $10.00; Solid
Mpele bedtoed with springs.
$S5.40 0774-C WAlemsen
ploe. 2-2411 ahon.


FOk SALi: LigUeht .k tsbl
14xs44) 4 eirs to match. 25

maker -wl few eler odds and
onds. I1*A lelbn.


AdLu-f romu,&l I, with IliB Igro
at of aItecots of Amea, and
Apt Is btoe q o 1 the
.L1I no't a M ,wMl rda toobtain in
IICl w t entire soun prolam..
Feeh. .-, Mr- I&t.,..td Eopl.nrof a
Wa books dult Scouter" b w i e pqured to
de" ..... a andw i skills

*hical uc. o B t natul
a N od an.a BLWOUTmw O lftinedo
wa l. st(aA-es with the partme .O o notrat t a e
a itdea to the eiuirenents is a two-Mass diaphragm. wlokh f ner
aSItatwas hta rd aato IsInfl3ae ti Ot thq valve, Ipfa e
Mks to- -- .y I ,a cbMs h b b y Ui.0 .at opeoni. to the outr mber -o
fi i P in te 0mtc b a sAme
receiving 4unInr lyi=ks
he doctors. itCUI. and and itly seatso qn the u
Sie mIttne t .r, v to brin the car to a sl.h, afe
t.h... t* ..-.... .lpet3, a .
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HOUS'tON, Tea. -(UP)- Week-
cud "p topecor" hunting for ura-
nium fo Ur Sirras to New Jer-
ey may be o the wrong rack.
SRobt A. Std rt, a petrleum
e6olgit wb chases radioactive
Il-tll eh iIn search of oil Here In their limited
r coa i d that surface deposit for them is bealg 0i
id of the Wom bomb stuff have been Ft. Amador.
r etty ell. worked over.
n Ee f"E3 cb the Colorada pla- A|
n. u l'"aMrlio Steen ade -
ne. is .tM," Stothart a. .
IY"An MP i _teeu had to go down .
r bo FDo. a t S to get to the
main't Ut. least 95 per cat
t). ou#f O. il otentlal is under-

Aid t I. id Stothart.
Mht Joew h ,-)who gives up his
t .ee d t tip to ramble

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m d, iw i, .tVea,, "of "buo n

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i m ,- .it or a s lntillator d
wan rt.b ani other Sten, the
It albdGIdiger.Obe
e-. l W f found some urani
in ia ,owz backyard in New

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t-r o" much ura-
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IB d it tfently. We're load-
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SDavy's rapid rise in popular
(u .allyJ avenile) knowledge
dfan estee 'L* the .pas
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courlgeou. mn is greatly d
dozen ,A ttiofl s~res 0 o
crime and evil.
Da(e am the onl tellkno s,
was .bern on a mountaln-oP ,an
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ballad tk seome lorighe at
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.ca for such sub-
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lives and habitat of animals
fish, isects and flower.
It was but a short atep from
the realm of nature-Asud, and
Its complete ind q dence. of
the use of the b orm and
face, to a Bettlngt t shoed
human bens in an elemental
struggle with nature. The.'i-n
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Cpl. Norman Hnmpiinger of Cleveland sights in on "aggressors" during recent Ranger
leadershiDno6*tion Droblem in Schweinfurt, Germany. lie's with the First Infantry.


VEi COMSTO' TeM-taansliving in Caracas, Vc ia. rubbed their eyes In'
disbelief as they saw decorative gondplas gliding down a-ioonlit canal, The illusion
was created for water festival on an artificial lake as part of annual Caracas carnival.


HE LEADS A SWEET LIFE
CIENTISTS might call Chubbie a "nocturnal arboreal carnivorous mammal of the
family Proey.onidae," but to Anne Simington of Long Beach, Calif., Chubbie is
definitely a honey lover. Chubbie is a, kinkajou, or honey bear. A few months ago
he was swinging happily from tree to tree in the Panamanian jungles robbing wild
bee hives of their honey. Today he gets his honey out of glass jars. When Anne
brings him honey, he sticks out his long tongue and slurps, from the bottom of the
jar. Next to honey, he likes bananas, oranges, apples, peaches and pears. He also
likes meat and grain. Chubbie is the size of a big housecat with golden brown fur.

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airport when she arrives in New York for short holiday.
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Grand Canyon near PliOta Ar$i.The shifting rainbow colors help explatp StAe ame.


-Jl-FdOr Camp Fire Girls got their first look at the Liberty Bell in
P N lat irt "of:rgauization's theme. "Let Freedom Ring." The Camp Fire
airb are ihAf the Constitution, writing pen pal letters and visiting historic shrines.


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As l0.1dalter ,rw. olde
the hbr-i ea in JRerbet's In.,
develo-ped proportionately. His
a ZO1 ", isuecess, "For Love or
Money," told about a young and
naive ac.tresa who manages to
lan stfne dorldly ac- F atty .O'Nell's father (Don Griffiths) about to punch Dbon Gresbam (Dour Maduro for having
The In. p ration fthis play lured Patty. up, to his apartgtenlt.
was rdviled by Diana, just be- There's thbe breath taking Occasionally he remembers Guild produclop are. on sale i
ginmnnglier career as an P-ctress frankness of his heroine, nam- the old days when the Herbert Dagma 's or they may. be re
at the time. n. this .comedy, she ed Patty and played by Penny household shook from girlish served by calling. Panama 3
represented a kind of modified Boyles, In the very first scene of pranks. "On the whole," he likes 3347 during the day or lalboo
Corlias Archer. older and, wiser "The Moon Is Blue," when she to recall, "I'd say our home-has 3786 at night. at night.
but still talkative and bubbly.. has permitted a personable known more floor-pacing (by
When Pamela, Herbert's young- young man, played by Doug Ma- distraught parents), more fren-
est daughter, .married an en- duro, to make a pick-up ac- zied explanations (by daughters)
gineer and moved to California, quaintance with her on the ob- than almost any household-i n
only Diana remained tIn New servation tower of the Empire America."
York for continuing observation. )State Building. And he adds "You don't ave
But even one Herbert daughter-'A.... a .ds-+"ou dn'th--
made eood dramatic copy for She accepts his invitation to to be an experienced dramatist '/
e dramatc copy or dinner, and when he suggests to capitalize on that. All you
Her problems were put in co- stopping off first for a drink at need is a good memory."m
inic form in "The Moon Is Blue," his apartment, she floors h im Heroert' memory plus a fer-
the playwright's greatest sue- by asking a very personal ques- tile gift for comic invention,
cess tion. have produced three of the nmot
Its theme, as Herbert describes The problem of a young girl's beloved comedies of our time.
It, is an old one: "How can a virtue, which seems to' have giv- Still another harassed father YA R DLE Y
young, attractive'girl maintain en Herbert many trouble hours to be seen, in "The Moon Is
her virtue against the assorted as a parent, has been an mpprt- plue" lIs Patty's, played .by Don
temptations with which she is. lemjent in his plays.. An- Griffithi, who delivers a; sock
apt to be faced?" The heroine harassed father, played by that wifl go down in local thea- LAV E ER
of the comedy, a pretty televi- Len -Worcester, puts his views trial history. ; el s i:'
sion actress poised betweenithusY, "Nobody cares if sons Ticlets for the latest Thear I
"dumbllism" and delirium about lose their virtue."
love .nd marriage, goes through With all his girls grown and ArU f'- -- f l A
about 12 hours of bedlam in no loner at home. Herberts Ni-W m inN w ikfeNO Bad. Do A
whici she gets two proposals, is p It l p rtblems -,vesubsid- mfid ._ _a D y
accused of promiscuity a n d althIug their experlenees U.Ir A lli ll Ii
drives two men to exasperation as, youblg women still provide ICR k u o n IImm bly of I
wit h overwhelming straigh- iin with theatrical nitterial f r tA
S"orwar. .. BEl lA VISTA


The rich, middle-aged playboy, David.Slater (Len .Worceterl-
leers at Patty O'Neill (Penny Boyles).


A MAN'S NAME on.a 'slv of paper briMgs you to Black
Rock hot, dusty or the edge of nowhere. You walk down
the street and smell. the fear and hatie, You can see it
In the eyes of the,big, sullen brute... the slim, lovely girl
...the tin-badge sheriff.. the cool, tall killer. Suddenly
you realize the wh1olbtown Is gillty... GUILTY OF WHAT?
M-G-M's most provocative suspense drama in years gives
the shattering answer In a hard, realistic and courageous
way In "BAD DAY AT BLACK ROCK."
Spencer Tracy, Robert Ryan, Ann Francis and John
Erickson head the starring cast of this brilliant movie
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C ud Wian's Club tde, and there will b rendi-
Holds Meettig -tonp of appropriate son a, and ... .
The Curundu Woman's Club music. Guest spealr for he oe- .
held a business meeting. on csMion will be Major Volght M I .
Wednesday morning at, the Sink, chaplain, USAF. Albrook. THRILLING DRAMATIC -STOM
Community Building; coffee and C.Z. T L A TC
refreshment were served. Host-
eses for the occasions were the Plowers will be presented to FROM C3HICAGO'S
Mrs. Carolyn Au Bouchon, MeI- all attending and after the seV-
da A. Bembenek, Grace Colbert lee, refresh ment will be served NOTORIOU RO
and Liana Dias Oranados. The in the lounge. All Elks, theirNO 0R
following ladies attended. Alma families arid guests are urged to
Starret, Lorraine Zent, Naomi attend this service. HEARD OVER
Frangioni, Thelma Vlentihe, --iht mr
Alice Talbott, Grace Colbert, Quarry Heights Women"
Melida A. mbeniek. Annabelle TO Give Luncheon
Leap, Ann Mearson, Lillian11til,- The regular-luncheon of tOtS ATINADIX
man Ruth ltogable, Jen Me.: t. WRADIO S TATeIOWna u
zen, Florence Lyon, eatri Lm will be held on Wednesday, May,
broia, Edris Jones Luclle Tay- 11 at 1:CIp.m. at the Quarry 760 Ke
lor and Etta K. Home Heights Officers Club. For can-
cellations please notify one of
Elks 1414 Hold tl e following hostesses prior to ,
Mothers, Day SerTe ndon on Tuesday, May 10: Mrs. Don 't Fail To Listen In-!
The officers and members of W. F. Feely, Far Fan 3569, Mrs.
Panama Canal Zone Lodge, B.P.P C. Davis, Kobbe 2139, Mrs. C.
0. Elks 1414 will hold Mothers Smith, Far Fan 3536. -r
Day services at their home wo i.--i-- '"
La Boca Road., Balboa; Canal'l slboa Woma O s Cl ub
Zone, on Sunday, May 8, start To Have Birthday celebrationn
int at 5:00 p.m. The Balboa Womena Club will ISUIM AY BRUNCH n ANCl
This service is held annually hold their annual Spring Lunch- ,.
by the Elks, which will be con- on at the Driftweod Lounge of .r
ducted by the officers of. the the Alirook Officer's Club, on: ItVilL A. ..n the
Wednesday, May 11, at 12:30. 1airvconditipined BALBOA ROOM
This luncheon commemorates Compim a.. ry cocktail,
*^ h, d j =mm ^B *n the 9th Anniversary of te Complim tary cocktail,.
founding of the club. Choj of marvellous menu...
^fD v'' A musical program of the J.C. carra at th' ..organ
&- CTrio,-Miss Mary Rose, Miss Ann ,axraga at the organ $2.25 person
S- Livingston and Miss Mildred
Damerau will follow the lu
eon. There also will be Ex-
hibit of the Arts Crafts .
d frh:eh, TONIGHTtHMIGUEULITO VALDES
t Table arr ments have been
- i^^-- H" made for-ose who wtsh to play '
i 9 cards d they are asked. to' Mote terrific IN PERSON than you'd
a b their own cards.L
man no more thn gets his; For reserteions phone Mrs ever, expect of the "Mr. Babalu" of
daughter off his hands until Helen M. Qu nlan, Balboa 3736, radio, TV -and records! At 10 p.m.
has to help her husband to his or Mrs. Ruth C. Bathmann 25-1
feet. ONEAm 3101. All reservations must be in
by May 9. Lunch is $1.50.
Call Max, 31 tfr tervnatioen .
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l.swdicap, will seek his second straight victory this
a:ternopn in the featured Class "C' $650 seven fur-
long sprint at the Juan Franco race track.
ekd also a winner her last birds talking Is the expected duel
eo Kloaco, Mdnt; Rouge between -tn Cococa Stable's
a Happy Abode are slated, to vastly improved age Royal
ol OP toe Stud Zev's racer, and Luis H. (El Mago) Farrulia's
failuel Yeaza will ride Posti- newcomer Escorial in the Class
4 -w with 1 3 pounds. Lexden "D" Seven furlong $600 sprint.
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sMbEo with 115. Happy Abode .
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NYpy Abode. .?Lexden won her t.-Valarls Ika
Jc!. start. Postinovich wag also 3-Bardad Sherry Time
,. inner. Monte Rouge hai three 4-Takew yl Pasha
*cmcecutive wINs to his credit 5-Ameguradll Lady Dancer
gIcfe finishing.:out of the mo- I.-Wy Deer Paris Midi
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g8 V.na their tour of duty la flnshed and
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The Man Grows Older
13th season as a regla with the, Cards.
.ber. Ineitably, he lost.,, tep or two
he to "saU .the clubs Mr. Big. And until
to tAtrway, he is s U the best


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er ia correct whe~na- he puts
r reac ied thei state where
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te f ana ma League, John Hayes
Jas already announced that he
will dn the blue and white b6
I t for '5 as has Leo Con-
C, To add to toe, w
liea tRVIaport will floor 1 c
Oaooer and Bucky Hal, two
veterans of many basketball
leIgue campaigns, will return to
action for Paul Moser's strong
Intet. Carl Slmons adds. fur-
IMr'Impetus to the unisport
dv for a championship and
the little man who is always
there, Arnold Manning local
CH alumni star will be playi
hs third season for UnIversal
Spbrta.
irhe handwriting on the Wall
says that the 1055 season asheod
be:.one of high scoring games.
Gi0raltar Liaf's entry has nude
tblr bid for too honors in tat
department with a roster of bas-
kebali giants too. Tom Brian,.a
neweomee to the Isthmus with. a
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town is remind.
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But Moore In befig given the
Wills treatmentt by Al Weill,
manager of Rocky Marciano, for
nu reason at all.
This despite the fact that Moore
as the logical challenger had as
cue with all the hues of a rain.
kcw would draw vastly more
than any other.
. Moore. uow 36, has licked
very. Jom, Dick .a5 Harry -in
two- visions for years in his
magaicent bid for the ipat cov-
etM of titles.
Moore waq thi No. I challenger
amocg the light4aeavyweigta for
loven years before ef6 Maxim
aL last gave him his chance at the
Iop only because the Cleveland
delicatessen proprietor could get
money with nobody else:
More could it his training
to sBvng off his goatee atd flat-
ten Don Cockell, who l I't ex-
pected to gn more thae eight
rounds with Marcion in San
Francia, May 16.
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head of Moore and Nino Valdes,
no forced the latter pair inte an
elimjuition contest on the sands
A( Las Vegas where the St Louis
atlqu closed the huge Cuban's
'aft ete in once more demonstrate.
g -.that he 'was the head man.
MoorP was not -rated among
,he heavyweights because he was
the Sight-heavyweight leader. Val-
es hld _epi listed as't-a fore-
iostala enter of Maroitio since
ro pulse Ezzard' aes in
lat a -ear ago. I's second
tretory .o'er Valdes "n gives
Mooe.t. r tiono
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4hub Feeney, the lub' vklee- wh a
resident, chewed on a cigar In area;TI
tl Polo Gamunds prusb*. andcome eo a
looked ove, ,unM u n "
crowd of onualy 19,0 whlh -hd i
come to set the Wod Champion i.
Giants.I vislonl
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c dingmois got [awe-, 4 l!I4tft 1r~
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bad become a standr4 argument labxe runp
along .hdae who still ore Ro- Wa ''. i
,4oied by whit televslo hn I $ -'8l"n.
aO ',."It.. -- -" _
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bring in money. And r every X, InR*
person who stays hqpe maybe subscripTon
thera's e h.ere Igarnico *ani wy thky .a b.0ru
kertbc am e t! 0 of tele ably."
,ison.. "I otherword t
This was reeW l- to 'Bob Hall. shape tit a tW 1".
',here are f(w people who under- .he livig rucmn m
rtand.'he TV shuation bctter.-than on their set and rp eiv .
Hall. As Yale's athletic director, Iny athletic vent ar e e-rt
he served.ar the head of the Na- *nat oy.- *-...... ,
tiuaif,'eileglate Athletic A t. o-o Apy ulurla a
_it-l, footballtevip com. -o -e --t puea
nittee. aid between head ere- Manes or
,e-ved a thorough gro u n or a cra
ifr
the subject. ce1 t wod how o0sg.a'
Its .ff6et onthe
BLACKD -,.lno.Valde, oesmating with -# Tmfpf9 '7elvfslen i s kicking blams ran be fig oured out.
for another cile Moore assault in their asu YVe Lboe ut of every sport in tooe .bud- I would loat I to m e.
battered Valdes fm hs No N. heI vyweh o. na 0 iess," he snapped. "And ifter cr flghl,-prb ..
the Aneent OW now.s s darean's soe eQIV-h mau' his year, master, there is Iong u eaiml, ,-. .
tu be only oLe answer to th k 0 1 bu1
come down from 19%. to 175 years, you are about convinced whole tbing'-r'hat ubAElri p t o ta iwed ,ld l..
and be at fu'] strength and speed that the old geezr Is capable of plan."el l
for Bobo Olson, most anything. .. .-. ..-.i.4..
Veteran boxing Men would give Doctors have said that Archie busimel. the
Moore more chs ae la.st Mar- More has. a.had heart., It
sLiano as a heay than op- s
posed to Olson aS-a -ait-4heavy. It's just as weI or -the larger sped
But after what X or1 has ae.- nugs around today that he lsr,'t hae,.s ,
compilhhed down through the %el. "fy" nyaz. n.A
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NASHVILLE, Tenn., May 7 (NEA) George lIl Timmermon, fJ., thf ew governor of South Caroline, recently declared before q white I.
audience: "No precedent, no parallel can be found for compulsory integration. It is new, it is novel. It is contrary to the divine order of things. SYA
Only an evil mind could conceive it. Only a foolish mind can adcept iW .t... i ite.i
Desegregation expert here in Nashville are convinced statements such as this * *i *- .-
are cretinga gronly false impression. Events in the South since the Supreme Court's .-'.
historic May 17 decision banning school segregation, they point out, are being viewed I .J
by most of the nation in terms of inflammatory remarks by political leader.
They do not deny that thousand of Southerners are violently opposed to desegre- I .


* Bation.
But other influential developments have been and are


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outbursts.
a School admnlstrators all
bver the South are deeply wor-
Saccording to Truman
3aiee, director of the South-
ta tes Cooperative
im im n lNucational adm.
of them have confid-
edtohm that they wouldP't
Jnow what to do If step had
to be taken to integrate the
SAnd Ina Georgia, Ms la, l.s
outh Carolina and Louisiana.
d=m stmators are concerned
!" the udlblty that public
3 hools i be abolihed.
CHANGE-OVER
A change-over to some type
It Fpivate school system would
involve gigantic administra-
tive difficulties says Pierce,
. "who in In direct touch with
4nore school heads than per-
Jhaps any other man* in the
41outh.
Most of the principals and
lehool superintendent fear
that such a switch waouIld
drastically halt the proes
of education It the South for
both white and Negro stu-
dents..
BUSINESS
O0 A. McKnight, executive
director of the Southern Ndu-
;atlon Reporting Service,
Ionto out the perplexing t-
uation the admin ator faces
"He cannot, save at eonsid-
Oble rlsk, take a very active
ole to the public discuston
a_ the segregation-desegrega-
Itssue In this Interim per-
r od.between the announce-
S ut of the Supreme Court
G and the Issuance of
,. he Influx of busine sand
inatioal labor unions in the
South are two factors which
p, Are lying j large role i the



n they tat that a better



A few nautnal beinem
eemrna are thus introducing the
W1r employment practices.
LABOR UNIONS
The country's bi labor un-
oas aso anre attempt and
Sd hem sn that a better
n tech Icl srjobs, earn
her wages and spend orae



VIaats and ludistries, says


John Hope, II. a prominent
economist and industrial rela-
tions conaultant.
He notes, for example, that
the International Packing
House Workers (CIO) have
made It mandatory that non-
discrimination clauses be put
in the ..master contracts of
their five chains in the South.
RELIGION
Religious minded people in
the South re finding. It more
and more difficult to suare
their Christian beliefs with
se ntion.
T year the three largest
Protestant denominations In
the South-the Baptists. Pres-
bysterlans and Methodists -
first time approved desegreas-
gave their support to the
court's ruling and thus for the
tion.
Such a step does not mean
a drastic change nor should
it imply that Negroes and
whites will be attempting ser-
vices together In the near fu-
ture.
But la m b dlb, where
relglagmnla imAgI aree. more
and more hm gAonro area
becoming awasur a e seed for
a change .nattla~
Here is one of the most level-
headed objectoas raised by
Sothmernen to desegregaton:
In various areas. especially
in the Black Belt of-theSouth.
Negroes outnumber whites by
large percentage.
Furthermore. their econo-
mki. edueatmonal, and cultural
standards amre nten below a
minority of cla whites.
Tllis is gitis. may be
the fault at s pQtaem Itself
and p~ t1Wt aegregation
But what i essentially a
clams prtlee rather than a
race gr u exist.
White pret n such a
po tUaon-atmadiy object even
if they ebvef desegegation
y tot 'want and will
not asM tir children to be
a small mab i subject to
the 10l9m0 of other chil-
dren "M different back-
ground hy eoaMder to be
harmful.
THORNY QUESTION
ooknla back, there ari
those who eal the year since
the Supreme Court declared
segregatien Imeostitution-
al a year of frustration, un-
certainty and delay.
For the court has not yet-
resolved the thorny question


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as to h6w and hen dthe cl-
s6n will be W mPAented.'-
But others claim it his beeh
a period of great achievement.
All agree it was marked by
emotion, both good and bad.
Yet through the year's mase
of court.briefs, legal tangling,
PTA and protest, meetings..
school board plans, political
demagoguery, and Ileglative
dodges. one sign1ifcantfactor
stands out above all else:
MANY SOUTH


At no one time did the
South take a unified safad a-
ganalt the Supreme Court's
Ma 17 decision.
Not once did the 17 states
affected by the ruling react
as a whole. In a traditional.
stereotyped pattern.
Desegreation, In fact, aolit
the South Into component
parts.
It acutelly revealed that to-
da.y there are many Souths,
not one.
"The decision has bought
to a dramt-i head the Mn-
teation a gf so South.'.
says Dr. Coarl s JohnMon,
President of Fiake Taversity
In Nashville.
Here In Tmnesee, VoaeN
borders touh.lf=elit south-
ern states, he and other race.
relation expect's are studying
the problems and implications
of desegregation in the liffit
of the Supreme Court deci-
sion.
This also Ii the headquar-
ters of the recently establish-
ed Southern Nducation Re*
porting Service. Supported by
the Ford FpOandatof's Fund
for the Adpmasmnmnt of Edu-
cation, it 2be- n issilhg
jectlve anda ledreportson
each' monti desegregation
development. The publication
Is call" other School
New.


THREE BLOCKS
Prom :ho spurses it sla ap-
parent that Integration in u-
Uc schools of the South wll
continue, a It has since May
17.-to be an uneven and shift-
lag ..proees in a once closely
knit bqt now unraveled area.
When public schools opened
last fall, 17 southern states
and the Ditrct of Columbia
broke into.three blockL.
MieaMr. Delaware, West
VIrginia, Bmaltmore, Md.. and
Washington, D.C., began to
Integrate their school systems
In various degrees.
There were scattered trou-
bles when schools opened last
fall, but the tension soon pass-
ed. '
In direct entrast South
and Louisiana declared they
Carolina. Georgia, Mlelastppi
would never tolerate enforced
And If neeeay, they
threatened to establish private


Bow 6UrTH N STAT8 AM BEACMTIN to th a preme Cfert decigo* is 'own
based a nlrmtilon i thea "Sethe Acial 'ieitW of. Southern Intformati Btport


Florida Tennessee, Kentucky,
North Carolina, Alaba i and
Virginia general agreed they
would .abide by the law, but
decided to wait for further in-
struotlons from the court.
The split of the South was
further Indicated by the vary-
ing statements of its political
leaders.
Notn tAxt. it. wA the. Doll-
ti du 4. ar 'itaen to
A d *"- t. -_ i UMlon :Oov
.TeQore. ,. .MeKeldln of
Maryland told the Southern
Governors Conference last
November, "The very sugges-
tion that .Mary?{a b should of-
fer resitaanoe, tao "r pas-
s*ve, is ntae.D as."
But Georgia's lJw governor,
Marvin Griffin, declared in
his. Inaugural address: "I, re-
peat my pledge to the mothers
and fathers of Georgia that
there will be no mixin -.qf .the
races In the class rooT Of our 3
schools and colleges in Geor-
gla."


DIFFERENT STANDS
Sten those ata tM t took
similar stands b dde the
situatio-.in a varied' of wayA,
In Delafare and West Vir-
gINa deg tin was vari-
ously tried attae lw leve
and in the top g-rade.
Baltimore-went ahead and
com letely Integrated its.
shoot
- North. Carolina gave local
schools authortes respond-
bity for to4e t iiglnent Of
pupils to order to .prevent
single test cam from apply-
ing throughout the date. -
On the other had, Oev.
Frn k Clemnat of Tennew-t
etoed two .owal sgea
bills eh wwekan ed
the sae p ipoae
LITTLE DISLOCATION
In reqelt+ iontth Gege -ga
and mIasimpitei eate nd-
by leQ;al for a rswitlh to
a private hoDl ystem. i ~


REJECT FOR LAW

Tuwi, Oktkib ArAum i


Georgia's Talmadge Again

Supreme Court Of United

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)i rOC DECISION that will be a year old Ma 17, a. Nesro o. .
S.leah xther acrees the aisle In the elementary school at Fort 1e M3k. a.

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Fixed Farm Price Frozen

WAS NGTON May 7 (UP) -ier should have ameVet, his
A Democratic bll to restore fix statement to ad e phrase "his
ed higa farm price support was year."
"onaigned to the S e n tedeep According to hi; senator's rea-
freeze today. But there w e re mning, other would be nothing to
Aigns it may be thawed out in prevent the Senate comm in t ee
Lime for next year's presidential .from sitting on the House bill this
election race. year ind 1 bringing it up next
Sear- ptidental electonyear.
The politically potent measure That rtratrgy migtwin At h o
squeaked th u g h the House botes of :omr senatorW facing re.
Thursday by a'voWof 207 to 201 election battles. Even if the mea-
after apparently be. defeated. wure wete detet~.d, the Demo-
It .would repaee prebft~lxible crate would iave a powerful ca -
price guarantees on five b -A a rai n a t in the fact tey
crops with flat 90 per cent of par e ed to talse price up-
ity supports
i .I i _Chairman Allen S. Efeliender (d- .Tb ee, '. .l. e,.-M o r.-/..
La.) said his lueS te igric'uJt e e. i p e
here on map Comnitee wil, osder the me rtnt. year as
ag Service. .n ..r.et .. I does nw, The
ian W.- uhe' =- id s 1ld today the uhief
declination w to U e 3o et ep hisb
tioe .sa l nis, ,a t c na oged his o-
and tho bill, A"powert t is a ogit
AtSeeral eoaomttee me m b e r aa Te ver
hpssared this Jew, tincludina Ms. s -u W cotton. n -X
Speasard L. Holand (D-Fea.). usf ruehg e n ii u.the
S Z. rmer secrets of a lr in a
Stat es sdL d.*.L.'- i d(-l.. -". 0lcull to give the farmer
Another member, who asked he fair price osts crops in rela
rot be identified said EUel n t his ot.
S l r iPt l in.. lprbablyic floor I
aI Dad Tues- thriomratswa n- t
e at a flat 90
critloin of .. ... ^ w-
ft ruing a- und t (R-.8.D.)
of Negroes n A ftl iate hearing on
abUe achootb, the Seaste can
6.corw o..vrL ""Mundt. a
tous e Ke's, udleted the
P at -by .. nve the bill.


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