The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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CHANGES PLEA Albert Anastasia (left) walks out of Federal
District4Codrt at Camden. N.J., after changing his pleas from
nc.t guilty to charges of evading payment of $11,742 in income
taxes In 1947 ind 1948. At right is Anastasia's attorney,
Anthony A. Colendra.,

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Drop Seen Plainffs Briefed Time,PlaceOf Suit Seeks
Plainoiefs arx Seu,,

In Strength Tinuit Summit Talkse $u 6"2
in USCA Tax Su

Of Tories U.-_.. Still Not Set44
The tax fund committee of the to whether this present case is the
U.S. Citizens Assocam has re- same as that of Wells, etal, ver. --- .
LONDON, May 25 (UP) The vealed that its list of original sus the United States of America, ... -
staunchly conservative Dally Ex. party plaintiffs was atmailed to No. 3440. The answer, the commit. WASHINGTON, May 25-(UP) J
press reported a 4rop in co.ver. the group's Washington attorney, tee stated, is "No." -The White House said today
native voting strength today on the La Vern R. Dilweg, on Sunday. Deadline for the next list of par- that a Big Four heads of state
eve of tomorrow's Parliamentary The attorney has been engaged ty plaintiffs will be June 16 for meeting to be held in Lausanne, F r IV s l,
elections but Prime Minister An. .by the group to file a suit through those wishing to add their names Switzerland, Jul 18-21 is one ,
thony Eden said, "I think we shall which plaintiffs hope to secure re- to the second list of party plain. possibility" unaer consldera- ,.,
win., funds on income taxes. tiffs tion. 0 ---
Duplicate copies of the employ- This supplementary list will be The White House statement .
The Daily Express, published by ment contract with Dilweg and a mailed on June 22. was issued after French Foreign The NorweL I n motorship Lisholt .was attached ii
former conservative minister Lord power-of-attorney form were mail- Minister Antoine Pinay said In The Norwegian motorship Lisholt was attached Pl
Beaverbrook, reported a conserv- ed yesterday to each of the 930 f Paris that President E senhower admiralty action today as she transited the Canal ni
active sag of one-half of one per plaintiffs. ro has agreed to the July dates I Canal
cent since May 18. This coincided Aroso nt with the form was a A y r g bound. Libellant in the case was the Panama Con
cent snce May 18. This co, sent with the forms was a the Swiss cit.
with Anglo-American differences letter of instruction from ,the US- ---J- Prealdential Press Secretary which is suing on its own behalf and on behalf of 16 s
over the Big Four talks and a CA tax fund committee. The first InA cld Name James C. Hagert Issued the fol- their hirs "'
strike crisis at home, paragraph stated that after each *w Mlowing statement pioyesor their heirs.
plaintiff mails the tgam* to Dilweg "The three inviting powers- The Conl seeks a tota' of $644,262.28.
The newspaper poll still edict- any further questions .regarding ast week the USCAtax fund the United States, France and The suit ia n fras h ma th n t nr of the lbe.k8
ed a three per cent margin for the case should be referred to committee announced that after Great Britain-have not reach- The suit is a res 'mo e on th. at w of -
the Conservatives which would him. His address is 801 Bo wen fidal check they had 929 party ed any final decision between to press claims almost identical with those already
Give them a majority of "between Building, 815,th Street, N. W. plaintiffs. The original list was themselves with respect to time'' i a co.s-libel filed a ainst the owners of th LI
0 and 95 seats" in the House of Washington 5, D. C. cljed. and place of the meeting. 9n a ro i le o ers -
Commons. But it was recalled in It was also requested of all par- is morning they reported a Previously the hd ued the
the last election the Conservatives ty plaintiffs that they check t h e total of 930 names. One more "One of the pOesbilitles be-. r ', S'u
sagged sharply just before the spellings of their names and their had been added. ing considered at the present Co. '
vote and ended up with a working addresses and notify both Dilweg Qblestioned as to how come, time for submission to the So- ie d the cross libel ed the sh that the f ch"e
majority of only 18 votes, and Mrs. Virgilia Perce finan. a spokesman grinned and ad- viet Union is a meeting at the Both libel d the cross-ibe ed the ship that the chief
Ede ook notice of the dr op cal secretary of the com ofmi tht even n a citizens d pace Indicated by the w out of the events occurring had reported gas and f
when he said "Good intentions any changes. groqp rank has Its privileges. report from Pat "rfi" Balboa nonF e.6,1954, '.n'tonfreeedboater the
will not win the election for us- Many queries have already been The added name longed to Several other alternatives as a fire later followe by an u mon occurred later.
only votes can do that." received by the tax committee as Thoanas R. Warnell, who was to time and place also have been explosion-occurred aboard the' One employee of the
The voting tomorrow is to elect -acting USCA president before he sug ested, it was learned. o Canal employediedasone Government, fre
a new House of Comomns. Th e l resigned from Canal service and TRe White House would not Five Canal employes died as : ?cDanlel, was badly bur
party winning a majority of seats 0 CAA Kis left for the States. disclose the other possibilities a result of the explosion more ish explos n. He has sue
S-Labor or Conservatives will MA N, K RIUds Warnell had worked hard for In today's statement, the thanadozen.were-iljur.d 1.4h1 te o5 eners for $0'M00 .
name a new. Prime Minister for U the tax project. But just before White House did not rule out a Tods 's .suit was filed on be- w York court.
five years, either den or labor sailing last Saturday he dis- meeting at Lausane on the July half the Canal Company by
L. leader Clqiemnt Attlee. To9 W UE JUIR '} covered he had overlooked get- dates mentioned by Pinay. The sato Paul A. Bentzfla-I The Lisholt's ownersI
w Te eleetlon also Will decide tin his own name on the White House nWerely denied jthat vid skun and it A'Sifna
U* id fi i or Ate sits, down Itjlhk an$Iai r at. haI w t -d. u n a.'."

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AW F qKM S$ -- At Washilgnton, President Elasbaower
(rihtryrsents a trny to the "Handicapped Man of the Year,"
Judge 8anz M. Cathey, municipal Judge and sightless champion
of the cause of the blind in North Carolina for almost half a
century. Thb President made the award during a visit to the
annual meeting of the President's Committee on Empploy the
hbysically Handicapped.

US 'Superior' To Russia

In ir Power-Wilson

WulHNOeK. lMay 25 (UP)
trnle e q Charles E.
ad W the United
If, "V r to Russia in
.d .ot0 rj tary power.
M'our it'to maintain a
a y superior to
M an edtI enemy,"
0 told ews conference.
n and oin this."
nDuinp5'rats, Including
R*dt Sysington (Mo),
w ir FOre %secretary, have
eeqnt Detenie Department
olKures make it appear Rus-
my e- atchblnz up to this
try in alir, owwer-or even
4 ahead. -
Ien as Wilson issued his re-
3.i$ aemente, en. Henry
tJ D-Was) said after
"ato -by top Air Force of-
Is that Russia has made progress" In air pow-
ainm m4 this country
I loSe air suprmaey if it
not act ton'jet the Soviet
enge. He made the state-
, after secret testimony by
roree seIretary Harold E.
Ott, COen., atan F. Twin-
Air Foroe ehieOf f staff and

quality and numbers, aar-
autty meaning number of
high quality planes In simbat
Wilson, who used to refer to
the Russia nair force as primar-
ly a defensive force, said It is
now a "fair assumption" the
Reds are shifting emphasis to
building a long range bomber
That observation grew out of
Moscow's recEnt display of at
least 10 long range heavy jes
bombers considered comparable
to America's B352 Stratotort
which will go into combat 'units
this summer.
Wilson also made a strong
plea& for panage of the adminis-
tration's reerve pla" nqw bog-
ged down In tle House. In a
brief formal statement, ho'said
he is "hopful" of early paMage
of the bIN.-
SWlKoa gave th. breakdOw of
new Sovet p ea rAcetly-spot-
ted over Moscow by Western ob-
servers: "
, Fifty new suer ote dfy fIht-
ers auso10 all-Veather fighters,
"both It operatIonal numbers";
more than 40 new medium bomb-
ers; at leat nine turb-prop
plane and 10 or more heavy
bomnbers 'cpmparale to or own
." !S 8 a o"ean-

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Dies t Maine h
Tena yek Reed, who has made
his home Fryeberg, Maine,
since bis retirement from Canal
service in 1950, died in that com-
munity last Saturday. He was 64
years old.
Mr. Reed was born in Seymour,
Conn., in 1894.
He joined the Canal Force in
1926 as a stevedore foreman for
the Receving and Forwarding A-
gency. In 1927 he became a docks
After a break in service of a-
bout a year, he was reemployed
in 1931, and promoted to head
stevedore foreman in 1933. He was
a principal stevedore foreman at
Balboa at the time of his retire-
ment in April 1950.
He Is survived by his w I d o w,
Mrs. Edna Reed, and by a daugh-
ter, Mrs. Cliff Beaty, of Curundu.
Serviced for Mr. Reed were to
be held in Fryeberg.

dren would ti-DO-
lio shots u na aistra-
tion's proposed pro-
gram of grant o at .
A statement by the secretary
of Health, Edugatigon, Id Wel-
fare giving dOa4 o9f 4he free
vaccination program l as read
to the obuse comaisrce commlt-
tee t.a*o t fenary nos-
well yPerbI .,- ..
The comnlbtee bean earnings
today on leslatl c .tling for
federal controls of he Balk v
cine and the $28,000,000 funu
to provide vaccine gree to needy
Called to testify were surgeon
general Leonard A. Scheele and
other top officials .*f the UiLt.
Public Health S ,rvl. They have
been holding marathon confer-.
ences with scientt i, drug man-
ufacturers, and o nrs op possi-
ble new safety .r irements in
production and lting of the
The Public Health Service
planned to announce "very soon"
what It will do about millions
of Salk shots which it has dou-
blechecked for saety but not
Officials dechil to predict
whether the vlne will be
cleared for immediate Inocula-
tions or submitted to further
testing. But they aSd the deci-
sion may be made plic today
or tomorrow.

Cops Fear Crippled Girl

Is Victim Of Sex Mdiiac

KALAMAZOO, Mich., May 25 --
(UP)-This normally quiet college
town which has been shocked by
two brutal rape-murdersn in four
years, mustereod all its available
manpower today to search for a
crippled little gir police fear has
fallen victim to a sex maniac. I
Eight-year-old Jeanie Singleton
vanished Monday afternoon while
walking home from school. Police
searched through the night without
finding a trade of her.I
The girl's mother, Mrs. Doretheas
Singleton, at first believed he rI
daughter had decided to spend the
night with a girl friend without
c g home. But this morning,
when Jeanie failed to show up at
school, police feared for her safe-
"We figure she would have con-t
tacted her parents by now it she
was free to d '" said Kalama-z
zoo Police Cakpt. hatStewart.
"We're readyto believe a ay-
thiM now, espe ly that Ae e was
pkebd up by am sex deviate be-
caue she was s friendly with

r l,00e person had JoinedI
ad Uad jaarch for the
S, 5t girl by ad-
, t oa several
s let worker so ther
te tral emblug th a-
His Iurenig wieee
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the air. In addition to the factory
workers, the ground patrols were
made up of units *eom the state
and local police, t h e National
Guard, Wester l Mleigan College
ROTC and lbcal navaf reservists.
The grim search was spurred by
memory of two recent sex slay-
Last fall, 20 year-old student
nurse Marilyn Kraal was raped
and killed by a erazed patient at
Kalamazoo State Hospital. In
November 1951, 1-year-old West-
er Michigan College freshman
Carolyn Drown was raped an d
slain by two youths who lured her
into their car on the pretext of
driving her to her dormitory.
Jeanie, whose growth was re-
tarded and one leg deformed by
polio, was not ta the habit of run-
Dni away, Mrs. S neto said.
Te frantic motlr told police:
"She's never stayed -aw a y ll
night before aMd I dft think she
would do it new If e could help
Robert lderb a neithborW
boy and eme of 'a's sebeal
mates, was the last pers to ri.
pertseet m ist gIrlbefore
aer aMi e said he
walM tM home from
Ph" Mi "leavif
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BEn1fU, May 25-(UP) -East
e i youths are fleeing the
t one In record numbers to
d service in the communist
armed forces, West Berlin refu-
gee officials said today.
Officials said the communist
campaign to recruit youths by
a means of intimidation hort
conscription has caused an
time high influx of 144 to
youths who ask for asylum
daily in the west.
As West Berlin officials pre-
pared to set up new refugee
camps to accommodate the in-
flux, the communist "Free Ger-
man Youth," organization open-
ed a convention in the Soviet
zone ity of Erfurt with an at-
tempt to step up the recruiting
drive for the 120,000-man com-
munist wqlce army.
West -C lin refugee officials
said the number of youths fee-
Ing the Soviet zone is the high-
eat on record since Mar0 t 1948,
when close to 48,000 Uap Ger-
mans asked for asylum In the
West. But then the proportion
of youths was smaller than NOw,
officials said.
Some 40 to 50 per cent of all
refugees now registering in West
Berlin are youths escaping arm-
ed service, they added.
They said more than 2.400
youths have asekd for asylum In
West Berlin so far in May and
the number is expected to reach
3,000 at th mend of this month.

Adenaver Assured

Wesf WIl Rejec

Neuralizalion Idea
May 25 (UP) Chancellor Kon-
rad Adenauer received assur-
ances from his top diplomatic
advisers today that the Western
Powers will reject any neturall-
zation of Germany in a Big Four
Conference with Russia.
Meeting with the Chancellor
were West Germany's Ambas-
sadors to Washington, London
and Paris, State Secretary Wal-
ter Halstein, Heinrlch Von
Brentano, slated to be named
Foreign Minister in the next
few days, and HltgeMrt Blanken-
horn repreameMtd to NATO.
0lsanmuador orkeler,
O-uinraO ftqw both
p et Xlsenmbo r and ee-
roey of Sftate AJohn ouster Dul-
les Mat the US. would not a-
gre to any plan to leave Ger-
ay w ed baut manaed.
siar assuta aseU wn-

e. ty M k Peter H. Bren-
U. It s n e nt te tattachmLent on
&the Rus ians a I.hbolt's master while the
S -other sites no- Sip Was tramnsting the Mirsflo-
Sk se the' kp. abe had come from
sd ti.s'tefrth e IN( Maf. nd was bound for the
e erT 6 e sea s,.. c m 0c. of the United States.
WhL t-e bmwi il. ,- uss. k 0 will met the ship in
tvs mset at s 5* s i'1i ltto appoint a
S cly of Lausanne has t.rmlno. today a
made it known it is ready to I'.a"l while the
Welcome the conference and. nrt thn whUle thes
that it could take all the neces- 'In perao, at been suits).
ay security measures., The cim ed rin today's
% nu *id U.S. Sjcret ary of The c a in today
State John i Ster esary of action by the Canal are almost
S Jh ter Dulnles con- I detical ththose filed in its
sutd Mr.. -Eisenhower on the cou tar li. They include ex-
proposed date of the conference. p ., loss of earnings and in
e said Dulles then made it and suffer-n. on the part of the
known to the French gover- dead and I ured. Compensation
ment that the United State t heirs of a$e dead also in-
would accept juy 18-21. ted
He made the announcement Canal Company seeks to
at the end of a cabinet meeting. recover what it has already ex-
pended for' compensation, plus
New Window what it estimates it will expend
N.ewWind win the future, plus additional
Ad rnmnti sums on half of the individ-
Ad0ornments. uals affected.
In toad suit, the Canal
Garbage e Cons states that It has been obliged
to expend under the Federal
DETROIT, May 25 (UP)-Idw- Employ'., Compensation Ac t,
ard Oloyslus 0' Brien displayed "without ary contributing fault
a shiny new garbage can in his or neglect= D the part of the 11-
living room window today to let bellant" a Manm in excess of
everybody know he's following 9JA00 Idbhospital and burial
the law to the letter, exmnUM
O'Brien, a bachelor, eats all It s 5 ft has also expend-
his meals out and says he never 4 IR 7 for compensation
has any use for a garbage can. ud spwyin' benefits and
.ut the Department of Public expes to have to pay addi-
Works insisted he buy one tin l _le2 asm ensatUon in ecess
keeping with a city ordiance..- of
"So I got one and put It in LUstitft1c. events of the fire
the front window," he said. "My and ,xp the Canal charg-
self, I don't like it there. But es, Amn. other allegations, that
if it makes the Department of the tand crew of the ship
Public Works happy that I ban wre nsjilfpt in not informing
one, then Im happy too." the Ca remen who inspect-

Woman Throws Note, Cries

For Aid From Spe ding Auto
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DANVILLE. Ill.. May 25 (UP)
-Police of two states hunted to-
day for a screaming woman who
threw a note from an automo-
bile Indicating she was kidnaoed
by a "crazy man."
Alerts were posted in Illinois
and Indiana for a red automo-
bile with Indiana license plates.
The note was found in the
nearby village of Central Park.
Ill.. late last night and read:
"Help. help-I'm in a car with
a erazy man headed for Chica-
Mrs. Frank. Olleple, a reil-
dent of Central Park, told au-
thorities she heard a woman
Mcreaming" oatde her home
Mr aaid the woman
oried. "e "then she sam
she heard a ear door dlam and
looked out a window to ae to
we a red auto speeit W.
Vermlion County do tMw
Iwc d uad lea dte
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aper Oas attached to a hat
of the 'l worn by an elderly
Mrs. O llplie said she believ-
ed she aw the initials "EL" on
the lieesn latest of the car but
Od not make out the numbers.
Verjmlin County lies on a di-
rect lie between Evansville and
Chicago, but in the Indiana city
au ithrI said there were no
rept of a missing woman in
Sh 2 Central Park also
mission woman th .


the- company to ap 4- P.-
Ibond for any Judgma M :
Iel may collect. "-
Van Siclen, Ramlrez ana _-
Castro filed the claims fort"i
Llsholt owners. They. hae
defended the counter libep flE
by the Canal. 'm
The owners' lawyers ouai
that the counter libel w" -WS :
after the statute of limital l
had expired. !- g

UP Urges ( d

Check Ino Delui S

-The United Preso today,. pg -
for the co-operation of the
Department In obtainin
and fair" investigation
death of Gene Symond -
manager for Southeast
was killed by a mob In
pore while covering a bus,
Frank H. Bartholomew,
president, said in a mes_-1
Dulles that ree
report from the tmf :
Singapore bureau wtcio h-
to establish byond d6mhW
Mr. Symonds Came tc,7 s ai
partly because of the fatiBM 9g
the Singapore polie t. JS.
charge their duty."
Bartholomew said he w
Ing for the State Depari f
assistance "not only b
the U.ited Pra rsi it
monds' family but
tection of American
respondents everywte ,
amn sure you
me," he added, "that the
flow of information will b
peded unless Ae
erS abroad can. be
reasonable protectmon when M ,1
are gathering new .
source." -7'
Bartholomew told- Dtufl
had instructed EarUneat Hoe
echt, UP. vice prodent -it
general manager Zor Ar -
proceed immediately from
yo to Singapore and
counsel to reprent the V.7- .
a forthcoming inquest Int S
mands' death. Be -we.rt te.
Dulles Instruct n
tUited ted i
8Iqapore, to

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The Mail Rex is an open forum tor readers of TIk Pesme Americe
1 1 s thibe rNceived gratefully and are handMte in vholy confideAr
I' 'youl s contributed latter don't be Impatient if it doesn't ppeer II
us dey Latter are published In the order received.
P Pleem try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
S detity of latter writers is held in atrlctret confidence.
Is Te wspaoperco am es no responsibilhT for statements as oplnIs
MIe., EI lettersm from raider.


S had the unfortunate pleasure of attending the Arme
Forces display at Coco Solo and Fort Gulick respectively. An
A the local papers announced day alter day that an ope
I l*use" was to be held at afore-mentioned installations, I'm sur
everyonee was thrilled at the wonderful privilege of seeing ou
military on display.
B' Io like thousands of others packed my wife and friend
Into the car and away we went on this fateful day. After
Shart cruise we arrived at Coco Solo, we tried to enter and whi
2 ihfoMi? No ticker on the car, you had to park the car out
stdeft the base fit you could find a parking slot in such a sma
aretrovided for that purpose), and journey the rest of the wa
o t foot.
S Alter arriving at a predetermined spot, we had to await buses
Sto take us on a tour. tA large group of people was standing
aroundd for the same puiposei. inis tour consisted of a lon
drIawn out aftair of ten minutes approximately. Three bus
Swre all that were available for a large number of people. Yc
| eren' permitted to aisembark until you had concluded sal
i I believe it was staled that it feasible, they would try an
I4 ow the new Jet fighter ejection seat. The only ejection sea
were able to sqe was the one to get off the buses (maybe that
iat they meat by ejection seat).
To make a long story short, the only thing our Navy display
@ 4 for strength were their buses and operators which amount
to p. large number of thrce. I'm sure that the Navy planners ft
this Armed Forces Day display went through great nerve-rakin
pains to put three buses to show exactly nothing.
F Fort Oulick was our next stop. There we were permitted t
S imtw In our privately owned vehicles and afforded very goo
facilities (which was all that was good'. There we sa
aillcations equipment, an obsolete 40 mm gun, M-55 quad
l mount, 4.2 motor, 75 and 57 recoiles rifles, 60 and 81 mr
ars and I believe either the M-1917AI, M-1919A4 or M.
19A6 (forgot a small amount of my Inf. artillery) machir
plus a few other small arms weapons. I believe Fort Guile
stated that they were going to display the new 75 mm gui
Sky Sweeper. This definitely was nowhere to be seen.
Also on display were the altar that is used in combat reaa
ferent types of field rations, a pontoon bridge and field cook
materials. And that, dear readers, is the display of Armes
length that our Army and Navy had to show on the Atlanti
Believe me, if that is what you call a display of arme
ngth, then someone sure is slipping, on the Atlantic Bid
t is.
Now that my gripe is off my chest, I'll close hoping to se
tter display of our Armed Forces strength next year.
Till then I zep ,I .. .. ,. ,K Ii 1i s
Disappointedly yours,
Roger John


Several days ago there appeared in this column an article
la which the writer called attention to certain provisions of th
* AFOE's group accident, sickness, and hospital insurance, an
pArticularly to the fact that it did not cover the insure, whIil
fl7i tin other than regularly scheduled planes. He mentlone
e4peiafly the Military Air Transport Service.
* In view of the truth of the writer's statement,-' sent' th
>clfP&l to the insurance company and requested that the Isth
0 i 1pfPanama. be not included in the exclusions listed Lb th
I .rtflchte. 'Here is the company's reply to my request:
"With reference to non-scheduled flying as an exclusion
Suihder the terms of the policy, your Insurance carrier agreed
to eliminate this exclusion after we informed them that some
of your members occasionally use the Military Air Transport
S Service when going on leave from areas such as yours. There-
fore, It Is not included in the exclusions listed in your cer-
tilcate or in the master policy."
S Thanks to the anonymous writer for calling this to our at
on o that we could correct t before someone needed it.
II o KR. M. Lovelady,
President, Lodge 14, AFOE

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US miht cancel contrts or York has an Irishman named Levy
.millions on m iel on a of dol- Mrs. Phil Foster, back from a who spells it Leavy. We have an
as wor m o aircrt orer shopping tour, showed Phil a new Irishman named Levy who s lis
mashed w the Communists right in Davy Crockett coonskin hat. it Levy. Arthur J. Levyclcim
their on tre d "Who's it for?" he asked. "You mgr of the New Amsterdam In-
Our friends now lead the Fiat or the kid?" surance firm."
workers. a Gaint Maither's definition of a Item: "Naturalist says worms
auThois plantsanni Yaidn s ai Foolanderer: "A guy who wants.have a language and frequently
Ital Noww Psentao u- to have his cake and a little Cook. commucate ith each other."
Italy. eoww, too" In the more dimly lit places
S- around Broadway.
Item: "Three shows that got -
unanuious rav.e a. from N.Y. Times Sq. Tic k e r: Wonder
critics closing soly." .Bread offered Cole Porter $0060
If things keep he only ones for his "Wunderbar" to use as a
left will be thW tey didn't like. theme dMq. He spurned it. .
STelegrm from the "A. A.' east:
Quite a theaoieal seasn. This 'T'bankid Asweigh!' .."It may
ear the big turned out istemt y to knoww" memos
to be the Cfrte Monie awis, "that after the pg
an my new album the Llo et,
Ankles ronIn shop s out and reorS red.
ver so ,t week) did (Dui)...Previwers say "F6 -
1M Tu maoe than ire" u1 add to the Summer beat.
Ms. laO ghSta JM O and Jeff hao-
Thia it critics that a i about the marvd-
the7 losed i agod. -A Craft huase a pee ka

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ROME: It was almost a year u f
go that I sat In a hillside resaur
ant once the modernistic palace S"
of W late Benito Mussolini's late
girl friend, and got the tip on a
story which I hope has snocxed
M aon of Americans.
. Then I went oqt and got the
ID figures on the military orders
placed by the U in Communist-
*h controlled Italian plants. I wrote
that story-reporting that several --,
hundred millions of U.S. dollars
were going Into the pockets of j-.-.
m Communist workers, thus subsid-
ising toe brutally anti-U.a Italian
Communist party.
"~'or reporting this, the State
Dept., tm e oreign Operations
Aoummistra4mo, am .4he renwtaso
circulated an attack on me.
M*oW, one year later, ,oaer'go-
ed mag into the tiea here again, l can
id report that toere still are scores O f
!n mIlions of American dollars worm
re of defense orers in Communist
ir plants.
American labor leaders and their
ds representatives here are still try-
a ing lutLueiy to get tLese oraes -
a shifted. There are plants with non-
ei. Communist. pro-Us workers nere
l begging for orders.
y rMotrests of U.b. labor leaders
have been politely brusned on.
es I you oon't beueve tse, just ask
a v James A. Browniow, watchful
S president ot Wne AtL's hMetah-
a 'raies Dept. .rAa him to show T I
a. you nu correspondence wiih iur
i.d government, especially witn Har- aovt
old btassen. .
Mr. brownlow learned that the Na hamce Ind.
Ld Pentagon- aun couiumauoa uA a a
t place a heoty oroer uor a oe-
Jbro r, luirough a suo-couitrac-
tor, wim tne rioggi snipyard in
raiermo, coutroubu oy ue Lom- i-Fe A usria
d meunst workers tw to one. AL' Free Au st ria d
or o murces bere report inat, "'inere
ig were many more xavoraule situa-
uons waere contracts wei'e not By Pe tar Edson
to granted. eer son
)d Iwauly after AFL protests and o -
w reports in tnil column uur gvt&a-
d- m0ent nau te uesuoyer .,ratract WASHINGTON (NEA) To him and to all Austrians, ap-
i sguitea to another italian yard, ton Signing of an Austrian peace trea- parently, the new treaty is won
Lime in iarantu. ine stuaLion nere ty after nine years of nerve-wrack- derful. It awards Austria her free.
is Dotter, out still toe workers are ing negotiation with the Commu- dom for the first time since the
ak c ontroueu oy ne Communist nists marks the first time. that Nazis took over in World War H.
n woips. Russian troops have withdrawn to- Austria offers no easy road for
A u American labor representa- wards Moscow since they agreed a possible Russian attack on eith-
tive here teus me, "-he tommies to get out of northern Iran in 1946. er Germany or Italy, says Gruber.
Ssl nave an aimoit 6u percent ma- According to the text of the text of the Ro- The Russians don't like to fight in
jornty in te 'saranto smpyara. I manian and Hungarian peace tre- the mountains. The Austrians
d snow ox Doeter situation were ties of 1947, the Russians aie make good soldiers and they have
Ic contractS nave not seen grant- to withdraw their troops from fought the Russians for centuries.
e. those two countries after the Aus- They would do it again if neces-
d 'his hift ha not ratified the triad treaty is signed, scary.
Le Abi. Metal 'Araoe Dept., whicn This would mark hp further So- Limitations on the size of the
mases tnispowL in a tuieogram to viet withdrawal if lived up to. Austrian army and its air force
e me government signeu uuy Mr. But the Hungarian and Roman. have been dropped out of the trea-
-rowmnow: Ian treaties have been violated in ty draft.
TIL c many other ways. The provision Two limitations on Austria are
"The o r g a n i z a t i ons affl.fis regarded asp ahead letter, not in the treaty but in a separate
liatea with tue Me a T'raaes IJept., Rssian troops ire expected to agreoohmlbetween Austrian Chan-
(Ati nose members number mon O l osit' She Austria border celior lWas soaab and Russian
Sme, hfit object-- witn aAl the even in Hungarian and Roman- Foreign Commisar V. M. Molotov,
lorce at meir command to ne jan uniforms for a disguise, if ne- They would ban any foreign mill-
procedure allegedly followed by cessary. tary bases on Austrian soil and
me United states in the awarding Simple facts of life like these prevent Austria from joining any
of a contrad t tor te ilding-of i have made many Americans skep- military alliances. The Austrian
destroyer to a shipyard whose ma- tical of any good in the Austrian Parliament is expected to make
e jor number of employes are con- peace treaty. If the Russians do policy declarations to this effect.
e ifirmed Communists. contractt move out of their zone of occupa- They present a major hazard.
i should be cancelled in Its entirety tion in Austria, pessimists expect These commitments would keep
e them to move back in whenever Austria out of NATO the Nor
Sand the detoyer built in it suits them after the Ame. American Treaty Organization. If
yard orat least in a yard where cans, British and French move out. the Autrian think, however, that
if free labor is predominant" they can -be sure of any west.
however, our govenmen asn't Dr Karl Gruber, Austria's Am-m guarantees of independence,
e budged-and as of the moment obassdor to Washington and her for free, they may be mistaken.
the destroyer is being built in the former Foreign Minister, has be en Austria's northeastern frontier o
s re anr.. o er rel having his difficulties inm beating a deep thumb stuck into Czecho-
fespom e oldho m the p lines down speculative conclusions ofm slovakla and Hungary. It would
frostp r thi aembt Sabera thi a kd I'no rorWeake a long supply line to support
doesn't seem to be a logical rea- -
son for the refusal to shiftc on- ato | tV I n
tracts. The government screamed W alter W i AEll I I
when we made all this public last i l I I
year--and then cancelled several l e hw hl e I
contracts worth less than $40,000,-
000. -
These cancellations alone start-.- ....
ed a bandwagon. There is a terri. Broadway Bop Ishkabibble to Poison Pen, Inc.
f ic anti Communist labor move. .......i orsugar m "jp s ., Slong as you're SROmg!
ment here. It got a lift w thn e yo the oura C^ s B -J. Q. Ticketbuyer.
U.S. showed that we were willing If s with the Blues. Bway is where Imitauon will
to back it by shifting at least a You ar l on f "r o" never lget you a far a TalenI
handful of contracets from Commie If you're "wAilnge-- al rna"- IFra pg Tu say:
shops to plants manned by our e t^ -" ."n N.Y. Central and Misui .Pa
These few cancelatns save th oure "o out" fi. issues slipped fractions to a
AFLa Free Trade Union Commit. If I ^-%,, you're "o" po't or .more. "
tee representatives, Harry Gold- "Ifyoee" p"- ou^. a'". Froe thne slstme Pape1:' stO9k
berg and Irving Brown, something "Sqae." Upp o exc1age.",st: MO rac p1: 95."
to work With. f rve Loat You Jack U Down
They went up to Turin, which f I've "Lot You ack UP i Down? I
has been a Communist stronghold Paul. Vaenin rby u t
for over 30 years. Even the Fas- R .bert Morley, the Br.ish ac- the advert. for his appearance at

where 50,000 workers, formerly the saysh an it"m Asked fwhathe "Thte dancing voice ol
human .b.edock of th..e ItalSan--orn thogh o arivals.p.erorman. e Paul Valentne, (Star of 'Wish You p.rty, assm. l abre [Morley cracked:. "Its not fair for Were Here' a unique) specimn
Fiat ,me to say. I saw him at a mat- of snh-iticatel greratne s."
et." koes with the" p lace..half empty.."] "- y Funy- Vyl-ale'tine-.."
Th.eet.he AFL men ooe Very cd evan. Teut it mas funnier
bitternes..s ... 1when Groucho Marx was asked A Communist is a guy who thinrk.
over the between uewhat he though, ,t ofaa new sow rl o. frer
anti-Communist union leaders an d (in the lon ago. and replied r o nat. ou asve ght to hyN

Tom. iewey, whose sartorial
Austria If attacked. It would add makeup is as immaculate as his
greatly to NATO's problems if Aus- carefully combed mustache, ar.
tria had to be included in defense rived in Washington the other day
plans. The easy solution would be for the Gridiron Club dinner which
to let Austria go and try to save requires white tie and tails. Much
Germany. tohis horror, he found that he had
The Austrians insist that they brought with him no starched col-
will not become Dassive neutrals. lar to support his white tie.
They are definitely anti Commu- .
nist in their record, their govern- A bellboy was summoned and
meant and their natural interests. instructed to search for an even-
Austria's main trade ties are ing dress collar. It was late in the
with the west. Overt40 per cent evening, most of the stores were
of Austria's trade was with east- closed. The bellboy finally came
ern Europe before the war. It is back. All he had was a size-17
now only nine per cent. Eastern collar.
Europe no longer has surplus
grain to trade. Thi might have come. nearer
As &o why the- Rusian have ftn S tor K tor
chosen this particular time 'to rlcker br som dtlf e1IdeD al
make peace, the Austrians pro- apirani, but not Tom Dewey. He
fess to be as baffled as every- wea sze 15. However, faced with
one else. the emergency, .he adjusted the
If it is bait for a reunited and 17-colar anyway and went down-
disarmed Germany the Austrians. stairs to the dinner to make the
who know the Germans, think best of it. -
Germany won't be fooled.

One speculative answer is that
the Russians realize they are over-
extended. Wanting quiet on their
western front while the situation
in the Orient is so tense, the So-
viet may be anxious to make delays
wherever it can in Europe.
Certainly, if the Austrian treaty
is signed before a possible Big
Four Conference of heads of gov-
ernment 'is held this summer, the
Russian bargaining position will be
greatly reduced.

New York

Monday slip: "Chicken needle
soup" .Abner Silver and Roy
Alfred's newest ditty: "Cat On a
Hot Tin, etc." .Burglars were
scared away by the Holmes alarm
at Irv Berlin's Beekman Place
home. "Damn Yankees"
changed the ads to get away from
the baseball angle. Gwen Verdon
(originally attired in baseball ap-
parel) now wears only scantles.
Back at work, Susan Hayward
(after her suicide try) is reported
reading Lillian Roth's "I'll Cry
Why not "Life is Worth Living"?

Egghead Dept: From Time mag:
"It sounds curiously unsteady, as
if the poor girl in the song were
crackeg up under the train, or
suffering from tbephrenia." (Hie
,means love sickness we think, or
adolescent insanity) .W. Terry
in the Tb: "moments of teasing
prepinquty." (Nearness) Ken
Retteh "He eouM easily become
bathetic." (Anti-dimactic). .Rex
Lardnr: "She iboddd marry a
cormoerat fisherman." (Greedy).
Jes ear me perfeser.
Movie Item: "Mamie Van Doren
claims she got her bwleg play-
in the cllno." -
Likely Story'

Photo caption Ia a w teuN by
Gene bight In the Joural-Amer-
lean: "The Wizard. New ly re-
turned after a tour of the West,

OBeway a
widda e uwui
sUbmmp ~

Shaking h a n d s Ith various
Washing bigwigsIncluding
President Elsenhower, Dewey was
careful to explain that he had not
shrunk as a result of the hazards
of the Eisenhower administration.
"Nor," said the ex-governor of
New York, "have I shriveled as a
result of my retiring to private
Ex-President Harry Truman got
his biggest birthday chuckle from
a greeting sent by Democratic na-
tional headquarters. The greeting
card was an original cartoon,
showing an "out to lunch" sign at
the White House being replaced
by a ign reading, "out to golf."
. The President's speech-writ-
ers are having trouble keeping
him from giving his speeches off-
the-cuff a la Truman. Ike has in-
sisted on giving his next speech
ad lib. He says he's more at ease
saying what comes to his mind
than reading someone else's stilt-
ed line s. But the ghost-writers
warn that a President's, every
word must be carefully considered
in advance, that he could upset
international policy by popping off
with an ad lib remark. So Ike hae
grud agreed to stick to their
text his next speech. .Agri-I
culture Department employeI
heaved a big sigh of relief where
this column revealed how the .
were mailing out postcards t
boost Newsweek Magazine's eir-


I 9td Ai'*I..

Woro W'rat'Wdu '. 46 kill- I

WASHIfGTON- Nsect big re
volt'r a M" may at out
Inm Labor
sore as gi taey chairman,
rea i t noa.
two bif rds with ae stone B i-
logbuting ee athe schtwol-
tall aid

revumen a floor vae daring this
wsess talso e nm take i that
Hardest 1Au it to kill

committee's time ad oretall ac-
tion on o the maun-waie bill.
However emoeratic Cong.
Cleveland Baley of Wet Virginia,
leader of the insurgent majority,
blunton w ed ara frat a recent
loedonr meet : "This com.a
mittee has delayed far. too long In
authorizing federal aid for under-
housed school children. If the de-
lay continues, -I'm going to demand
a showdown vote on who is respon-
"While we're on the subject, I
may as well say that I have every
intention of asking for a vote in
the near future on the minimum-
wage bill, for which the distin-
guished chairman also seems to
show small enthusiasm," broke in
Democrat Lee Metcalf of Montana.
"This is no surprise to me," de-
clared Barden, haughtily. "I know
how you feel about that bill."

By Calbraith




Ian, are a140 slk

campaign wa8 u a g

h wth.u

appved onthe. Gt

d. SwlMg, ien r nin the i.m.s
Are nd 111 1 1llll .

action and Naturaltdrvro

General Swing, an Elseabower
classmate at West Point w no
previous experience i l
tio problems, has been-a't*.
that bureau with "an iron had
and wanted two more military pal
to help him do It. Congess coul
have stopped .their
of West VirgiLs, memberof e
Armed Services committee, moved
to do so.
But his fellow Democrats IHaed
up with the general for the fur.
their mlitraizatitn of immigration.
Here are the Democrats who
voted for the generals: Carl Vin.
son (Ga.), Overton Brooks (La.)
Paul J. Kilday (Tex.), L. Mendel
Rivers (S.C.) F. Edward Hebert
(La.), 0. C. Fish' (Tex.), Porter
Hardy Jr. (Va.), Charles E. Ben.
nett (Fla.), Richard E. Lankford
(Md.), George Huddleston, Jr.
Republicans who voted for the
generals were: Leslie .C. Ardesn
(D., W. Sterling Cole (N.Y.),
Jame T. Patterson (Conn.) Wil.-
liam E. Hess (Ohio) WlBam H.
Bates (Mass.), Leroy Joh4a (Cal-
if.), Leon H. Gavin (Pa., Philip
J. Philbin (Mass, William G.
Bray (lad.).
Only four Democrats" lined up
with Mollohan against the gener-
als. They were: Arthur Winstead
(Mis.), Melvin Price (111.) Clyde
Doyle (Calif.), Victor Wickerham
Colombia's popular aml ader,-
Dr. Don Eduard&e ,j t"'
a point to know th~'UA. i hk
visited 40 of t6 I sta tes, Wivea-
every summer trSgh 1geod part'
of the natAon. This summer,' water
the UN conference in ban rnncis-
co, he'll tour through an area he
doesn't know so well-Uregon,
Washington, Idaho, and Montana
The ambassador usually stops
in motels, says the USA is better
equipped to handle tourists than
any other country. ."The motel
business is a family business,"
says Zuelta. "Everyone in the
family works at it-wite, husband,
children. You really get into the
heart of America." -. .Three
years ago, Ambassador Zuleta
made an inspection trip through.
Central America, warned his gov-
ernment to expect communism in
Guatemala. He also picked Casti-
Uo Armas, now the non Commu-
nist President, as the man ;0ho
could rescue Guatemala. .The
American who's been given the
job of helping to rescue Guatemala
Is Ambassador Eddie Sparkp. the
career man who did such A good
job in Bolivia. He has become the
State Department's No. 1 trouble-
shooter lor Latin America. ...
Able Ambassador Tucco Paz of
Argentina has quietly arranged for
a dozen scholarships for Latia
Americans to study in the USA, He
does it without government red a
ape, by approaching business
;irms in Buenos Aires and collect,
dng a thousand dollars here and'
rive thousand there to improve
J.S.-Argentine relations by peo-
Ale-to-people friendship. thanks
.o Paz's quiet work, things are
improving between the USA and
Argentina lately.


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mTH A PICNI-.Tbat what Jerome and Mary Weiss of Cleveland, Ohio. say
" A9 Mo te-oaitrl w mower they demonstrate to handicapped friends. Crippled by polio
ace bie ne Welsies actually .don't even need the mower, as they can afford to hire a gar.
depr. use the "magic" tower to boost the morale and general Interest of other hand.
caeD ped rsons. "I don't even own the mower. I borrowed it," Weiss confesses. I

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49 Vegetable
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59 Give
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ALA A, May 25 (UP) --w A all the items ultimately included VIENNA, May 25 (UP)-Hunea- r"
majelty of atrikupg employes rat- in the arbitration schedule. ry's official Communist newspa-rm an Is N w Bat
ifiedt- new, contact with South- per "Szabad Nep" today indicat-
ern ill Telephone Co. today and It was estimated the unibn mem. ed that a new purge of Hungary's
prep ed to .return to work at bership lost 17% million dollars in Communist "Workers Party" may *
mtgh. formally e n d i g 71 wages during the strike, which, be upcoming.
dys,.o atr strife in the Jouth, like the railroad walkout, was the "The newspaper charged in n Can Find Tim e To Go Fishing
Several important locals of the longest in the industry in modern article, broadcast by Radio Buda.
CIO tommunleations Workers of times. pest, Communist Party officials o --
America, including New Orleans for "lacking vigilance in adnkitting
and two others in Louisiana, did In a menforandum to the con- new party members. ag MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP) Clarence, who thought It up be.
not approve the new pact whIch tract it was specified 175 strikers Therefore, bourgeois elements They thought Clarence Anderton cause he wanted to fish more often
conetaan.i, no-walkout pledge de- fired for misconduct during the as intellectuals and business men, was odd wnen he took to fishing in iand couldn't afford it, shakes his
mended .by. he company. strike would not be re employed penetrated the party while repre the family bathtub, but now he's hea sadly nowadays
Put CWA headquarters b e r e unless on the order of an arbitrat.'sentatives of workers and firm- reeling in money from a gadget "I am so busy tuning the things
said:. t h e dissident membership or and that a number of other. ers were pushed aside or even notithat makes an artificial w o0r m out that I can't find time to Ago
had speed to. 'o along with'ihe strikers still under investigation admitted to the party,"-the news- wiggle just like a live one. fishing," he. said.
majority vote which was recorded may come under the same head- paper said, adding that "bourgeois t's big boon to fishing's
shortly attr noon. No breakdown ing. elements gained undue influence Its to fishingpa for a
washortly annou oon.d Not bre vote of 59 g. atd weight-within the party or- gotten man, the cane pole angler. F T
of thann30 locals in nine states had About six weeks of procedur59 organization. Anderton, 28 year old "baby" irm
been. tabulated. L will be. required, to compile the I According to t h e broadcast in a family of 11 sons bhas always
The was hai In favor full misconduct charges and sep"Sabad Nep" alsoriticized thailiked to fish and he's long been a Dixo -Yaes
of ending the strike,. a un ion rate arbitrators will be set up "Teaching of Communist party i. cane pole man. On Dixon
spokesman said. The big Atlant each f the affected states to deoog was neglected by those it st ey
local Was "solidly" in the affirma-. make final rulings. I elements." 'Bu it cost money for bait, me IN P l
tive, said its president, Joh n said, "and I found I couldn't at-
Huss were ordered ford to fish as, much as I wanted MEMPHIS, May 25 (UP)-Ebas-
Picket lies were ordered re- V b ra A n to." co Services announced today a 1
moved -by midnight when first LU J BeIVwtE A W -million.dollar contract to begin
shifts were due to report back to a u So he decided to dream up some- construction of the controver si al
work. Southern Bell said it would .-ra nm .' thing that would make cane pole Dixon-Yates steam electric gener-
btgin cheduig work immediate- n fishing cheaper and also could be sting plant has been let to a Char-
1y but that it might be several V i m1 used on bait and calso ds lote N.C fir
a gre operations are fully MS gadget is called ta. Hum.. Ed 'S. 5roc ket.,a-
.The 4 d the eleph tke,Z -er; a complete baitsett'A pole ger for Ebascosai contract
Telephone strike, an stringer is all a fisherman to launch work on the 107.million.
affecthgt o aM 2,000 to 45,000 WASHMGTON May 25 (UP)- members have protested hat needs to go with Anderton's out dollar plant went to J. A. Jones
workeram: eardin ,.to conflicting The House voted unanimously to- some of the .havoc wrought last fit. Construction Co. of Charlotte, one
estimate, Tllowed by four days day to give the weather bureau an year by two hurricanes that hit of 12 contractors submitting bids.
the final settlement of the Louis- extra n2,250,000 to strengthen its New England might have been Main ingredients of the Hum- Crockett said the- contract calls
ville and Nashville Ra-ilroad hurricane warning system. prevented with m ore adequate zing-er are rubber bait, a hollow for clearing, grading, drainage,
trike.e, which' started The funds were voted as the warning. plastic tube line and a rubber wood piling, concrete foundations,
oThe LN strike, which started The funds were voted a the bulb. The reel sinker, float and a railroad spur, roads and the
on the same day as the CWA House approved a $1,123,685,000 Fogarty told the House the $2,- leader line come with the set. erection of a construction building
strike ovey unrelated issue es, appropriation bill for the Co n 700,0000 recommended by the ad- But the gimmick is in the bait, on the site.
threw about 30,000 out of work mere Department du r i n g theministration and approved by the tube line and bulb. J. Frank Hodges, vice president
and during the more than two 1956 fiscal year starting July 1. hurricane warning system would The fisherman puts the bait oniOf J. A. Jones Construction, said
montbiae o-the two strikes, South. The. measure was adopted by permit only a "skeleton staff" at the line as always, then attaches work would begin immediately at
ern commerce was thrown into voice vote, with no dissent, and best. He said the extra funds the bulb to the other end, handy the West Memphis, Ark., location.
turmo-l sent to, the Senate. The overall [were needed for .an adequate to the mandoing the fishing The huge generating plant, to be
The telephone company kept appropriation was cut $222,708,000 warning network. When the bait hits the water, built and operated by Mississippi
service going despite daily break- or 18 per cent below President Ei. you squeeze the rubber bulb. That Valley Generating Co. under the
downs blamed on "sabotage" of senhower's budget estimates. sends air through the hollow line sponsorship of Middle South Utili.
equipment. The railroad kept only to the bai which urms as ties Inc. and he Southern Com.
a few freights operating and it The biggest cut, voted by the to the bait, which squirms will turn out 6a0,000 kilowatts of
was estimated about 25 per cent appropriations Committee and at- thoughalive. power when o mpleted for thets of
of the South's entire rail traffic-firmed by the House, was an goh!power when completed for the
of the South entire rl traffic firmed by the House was an 80 The set has a choice of bait- Atomic Energy Commission.
suffered. million-dollar reduction in federal, a-
The telephone company won its highway funds for the Bureau of a worm, frog, roach, Minnow, red'
so-strike clause but it agreed in Public Road.- er. gol rked on his or.ect
turn pot to diieipline employes for: .ofA on orked his project
refusg- to aas picket lines set Another was $ 0,90,000 theom- d work at regular ob for a ARCHITECT S,
up in lfulI" tries against oth. mttee and the House chopped off I' rata regular joboorua ARCHITEC TS,
er companies. This posed a tick- requested funds to complete the whil e to save up money and then
lish a of what would hap inter-American highway. jquit and concentration ENGINEERSt
a Oues O p w n the -,idea," he said. "When the money ENGINEERS,
eastern Electric or American The House accepted without ar- ran out, I'd go back to work until
Telephone & Telegraph systems gument or debate an amendment I could afford t quit again.
which are affiliated with Southern by Rep. John E. Fogarty (D-R.I.) th9o The ret oar the Andertons CONT RACTORS,
Bell, to increase the weather bureau's t h oht Clare had gone berserk
The union claimed it has won hurricane warning system funds when he started his bathtub fish-
full arbitration" procedure in the by $2,250,000. ing. BUILDERS,
new. c6nitaet. This was disputed by And the hours he picked be-. BUILDERS,
b the cop pany which said it had Fogarty offered it on behalf of tween 2 a. m. and 5 a. min.," broth- .
offered before the strike virtually the New England delegation. Its er Herman said PLU M B E R S
Clarence admitted he kept the

family "awake many a night but
I was trying out different ideas."
One morning about a year ago
Clarence announced to the family
that he'd succeeded. He got a pat-
ent formed a family corporation
and the Andertons started looking
for somebody to make the rubber.
bait. They found the factory they
wanted in Tokyo.
Factories in the United States
couldn't turn out the bait at a rea-
sonable cost, so Clarence and Her-
man went to Jaipan and worked
out a deal there. The bait is made'
in Japan and shipped to the plant
here where the Hum-zing-er set is

Law Is Killed
Because Voters
Gave Approval
ST. PAUL (UP)-Minnesota's
first prohibition law was invali-
dated because it had been ap-
proved by the people.
The State Historical Society, in,
a review of temperance fights, re-i
ported that the state's first pro-.
hibiion law was voted by tlihe leg-
islature in 1852 and submitted to'
the people for a popular \ ote. It
was approved April 5, 1852, by a.
vote of 853 to 662.
A short time later two "boot-
leggers" were arrested for hale of
liquor. They appealed their con-
victio and the law was declared

jmise ruled that the power
for making law rested with hte
el gitature amt the
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(UP)- A 40fot wave burst
through a dirt dam today and
swept through a small community
15 miles porth of here, carrying
away' hoUe and automobiles.
No one was killed or injured by
the sudden flood although several
persons spripted out of the way
just in timr.
The water was backed up be-
hinhd a. dirt dam about 200 feet
broad at the base when the earth
suddenly gave way. The wall of
water slashed along the foot of
the mountain below Neel's Gap-
near U.S. Highway 129.
J. J. Ravan', who built the dam
for irrigation purposes, said he
had just reached his filling sta-
tion-grocery store when he saw

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lif the great composers whose
, Broaoway lphow, "Seventh
rMe," Is coming soon, produces
itflul background music al-
* for Decca. He says there's
n ma hi albumse are soa rest-

7 FI sb ntoopes Dor 3 .oek.
at use strings and a piano,"
i "And I play the melody.l
ny orchestra leaders are
sted composers. They think
.w an writr better melodies '. l
'the one they're recording. So Vincent Lope Dor Brooks
1 put in strong counter melo-
d so strong that you almost
0. h lTer the real menody. "The record business is chan.
learned my lesson when Ing so much," he says. "1 ma
idt wo fancy arrangements andi-'y first record in '21. Then it took
r simple arrangementsof two an hour and a half to balance and
-' hdkrd songs I wrs recording:., You played into a horn."
re were only four copies of my ("Balancing" means getting
Bcy arrangements sold. And I the mikes place in proper re.
h1191it all four." loationliip to the instruments, so
t all our finished record will sound
SFew Fast Facts: Stars going like a band does on the stand.)
in .o... recor R'eri Q Now %ou can balance in 10 min-
in 1or kaieord s -Ralbem ertQed. ..
ZALis %ill record an album calle "utes. Of course some people still
*"'.%"" Herbert" tor Decca and lake an hour and a half, but they
e son s .et to wax a c., don't need to Now, too, you can
of lulabie for adn. make a 10-piece band sound like
A gal named Midge Barber 25 men with proper balancing.".
bapla cute record taiea *'Orange PRecording. today, is a cimnch. So
Sal.enders." Miss Barber is ac- a Vincet Lopez, who sho should
sally Barbara Lescock, daughteriknow
U higans ttorneygene ick's Picks: Two cute novel.
i. rt.l a cock a. iancest al ties from "Damn Yankees-"Two
B cover of all times is RCA's lot Souls by Perry Come and
moire rayon satm on its- '5nfand Jaye P .Morgan (RCA) and
Sars of Great Operatic Singing."I "Whoa Gt .e Pain?" by the
1 the limited edition of 10,000 Gaylordq' (Mercury;. Others: "01-
nriea. RCA used enough of the 10's Gotto Go" (Guy Mitchell, Co-
rlity material to stretch from Ra.lumbi ; Where Is That Some-
id City to Greenwich Village. one For Me" (Gloria DeHaven,

Day" n Label X, features a big ete Sisters, Capitol); "Do It Now"
strg voice. Dori says she owes (Georgle Shaw, Deeca) "Japan-
it.all to her father, a vaudeville ese Rhumba" (Jayne and Ad-
siger, who started training her rey Meadows, RCA).
volce when she was seven. ...,* Some nice new background al-
-- bums: Morota Gould (RCA) con-
ducts his own "Oklahoma!" and
"-- Carousel" suites Henri Rene
(RCA) has a pleasant asaprtment
of "Waltzes" the Comet Orches-
My Little Margie (CBS-i)Ira (MGM) plays haunting music
lMre -iio): Icalled "Lost Love" *Miacni Le.
iy third husband and I were in- gea (comb k S na
*separable. Whenever we fought, it *%'oiday In Rome" a s ou
s aprt.o "x p ,ople telanet (Columbia) turns softly
S,-us apart..- schmaltzy with "Strauss Waltzes."
_. e .,d Classical music for the beginner
"Daddy believed in singlag -good collections for those who
loud enough to be heard In the don't know the classics too well
Salcony," Dorl says. "Ten rI'd are Camden's "Eveings at ithe
I. practice my scales for hi, he'd Ballet' Columbia' e "Part of All"
- give me a nickel If my mother with Ormandy I the Philadel-
complained that I was making ha Orchestra lumbia'ts "Invi-
b*e much noise. And if r neigh- tatI ,to the D ct" w' ste.
bers complained. he'll give a anew and he
die Onee I got a quprteThe phony Oithestra e*r malt
'Dcomplained. n a good syipho to at wI
Mendelssohin's 3 Al
Vincent Lopez lies been in the done now on Angii by
ban business so long it seems the Irael Philharmol .
that there must h ive always been
.Ilatheb Hotel Taft for 1S years, wt iW Sl
4fo example, and be was no rookie
1 he st-tedzbstarts.
.80 Vhen Vincent Lopez starts
tatul about the record business,
it'sorth while listening And at
0a moment, Lopez thinks he de.
tt ins that the record busl-
s a in for rocky days ahead. *
S lneme- ber," he says, "back
alnd 'u when you couldn't "
0iT.'eseords rway. I'm not say- I B ')
i at 1 will happen again, but "
S i es tup must aome down." Jet pl es av been lmred
And records are way up. They so much that if you can see them
t come back down to earth. In flight they're obsolete. ,
lopes feels.



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alohg we won't have any energy left to fight itl"

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Faltering Philip!
Pi'itp's ie Is floled with brolsee.
well-womn steps md rop be uses.
pIpairs would IM" his home like mew.
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SOgsJautitute in Paama Wl ng1lar moay elavebthlyeExcoive
4a wil speakton thel u ral mifmeeting of theDAbe A l t ph ace t hua

Berry- 7th abospeake ona tmbrs0&re -keI tocmes a eth ak ndalmehastatwinl
t ofA Mr cian an dAir M. alu-Gives Coffee -grkan LegionAuxliarbaipeat1, rtaql ho= d wto fred is
9 eSA -o Thoe1nNo w. 1 will be held on Wednesday, cri.e Su e deI*te. spryead ia tfe

Mr and Mr. Albert J. Joyce an Brau, s ia li May 25 at 7:0 pMcAe The Iler-America better description one might say
04 dt fkuu~w of guests at iheor #&an- Legion Hail, Fort Amador. are known as bganerys."

b taloud ad film- atrdF elhet uu Irth Road, Mrs. Ho1 Womse a that the black e an that can sit wit" Sel-
y tA prospect Yor .n ot o. Elde Talbort, M*. OaUoUtngfor Election will be dom used in other recipes and not

t *left--- tp^.&. gSf m^aw -/ "S : 1108 with sq foods of W grdis ofcor
nto ^aabursed 6 dt MtmalDayather. H esa u t black bea. There ias no doubt

^^^^^^^^HIH^^^^^H il^^H nterainForKlftbers -_, ilofer a freeMa 27thtab pamt All memb'ersn~ Barea34ked tor come t ^ *the blacen has ao yspeial
Mr .Ad 1 WMha. A.. Joycee r ibbnsA. out antid hep. toe h apt d to do-
!toeAltai;Sawnh aelarTho se-Attendingwer eMarle s.B ar- mebeIocomescribe, butadef inite. For lack of
Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Joyce of manE rasa Mrs. Tom McArain. The Inler-Amerlcass better description one might say

Baofa Sou edth al San tCrldayeA ar Mrs. LoreRood, Mrs. Hd a Womens that the black bean has "It" beu-
the. LS..inamesfort Ne owYorkda arnd or .lz nisAlie TaL Brlsm. balloting for Election will bdom used in other recipes sand not
BE to asi ia Aeduation of their Duncanlauid, Mrs. HareM.M-lhelad on rWednesday, June t from aes common in the market as "Po-
son, Cadet William oJ GT tinMS A. C. Hendersono. Ms e.the a. nol p lm Wewg od f fores o hexampio the bl Iack
h Citadel, TheE .oMiltary T0 e A h Blanc, Mrs. Wuarleyr 9a m a- membrs to cm.e aT oe aole ans a standoutInoi ts starringO
E s"Cut"nppe P I 9, 20 a-mebrtoome ctun a"m vote. h a n aee
of South Carolinea in Corleston. i r 1. Jones, Miss D a wa rn Ba b o brg Blackr Bean S up.
mderwill 'se visit Florida andcA A th Miss Ali oe Le Blancl y. The newly el ected officers will For years I naively accepted the
later will o to os to, Mass ehu be presented to our members at Wofact tat this "Co mpany e o u p
ktmse to visit. with theirramille.eAnilerd Gelsmyr be grew in cans. One cay when 1 bad

lhed. mt to Cew Prty hGeeraldAtsemUnonlubh n J e e reCsed wa cb an up for an imeru fpg
Ad Unr ItB o41 111.otio JeatMo 141k t4id of the at s:tFreeatt ieUnion Lu Is ca luncheonafor Margaret Arias
The Balboa B.P.O. Elks No.e La Pana12:0.6r roma s ao. 1 and my sister in law and myself,
ixr. And MFrs. Jnloeils tter ar cocktail part b dClub Hdqtrs Tel. Balboat 4O5 or the four hs that ten
bartsppri en hrdy My26th in their La Pa non.ma2-a8ftrnom -n- ntlfacture urnte8r i

T eateaeus&p 'urme frombo 5:2 to relindink mix os ed bFriemn Balbopma wile serveMj in seem to be enough
o 1r ie.drs t oe lnaeavoF nF Wn I t te aGrocu. iIILomarBaba1.Die frIthedtoh e a big tureen of the

S^.K ^aih~of.. %? rs.~ Ela KreJidgS~berg, wd epcart ?ebr e re*se Wobing Mremo^TrsalBaboaC.from sopi the long dcooed ,me e
The Kriodresarfe lrevidbg- Do featured. 19-c6fel 8will beoreceivedm O both prestu on tabe and
Aiadr an a A .June 27th orho a AtsEl b h pcoriono ewPonersot nmyace an
tn the States and to later as-Mre Elsar criay J occacions. I would makee it. We I studied

u ono*ine his new post. l. Kroidbdrg CIA.Ede ry MeS To Tour the I hngredientspon t hefamovus red
will head -R.O... ntruction at CM__Wy

SU o F 1 t urreently N. Panse S the J r R Lod and white label and after no ti

fG t Oe r te etS WILOX PAN"lA a e trWp to Caliteroiawheiep tru edC egS e SRerry Ly rue':
tAeO Unierd si t yof oFtIordaa.The May meeting of the eams- Banz arA dler at all I g o biot the cook so en ramour
Th r ofMGiainev telle.* wi Ctbel o l cr is iiYri ch he or 0 Th er trwbu lh th e idea that there was a
ad C ete ofSt.atri'su Ctmthealewok1 L Section-American Society of Te Isthioan Canal No. I Re-,Ctowd pshenteefrtore-
Mr. And Msn Carl Nelsone Cil derally held a good sized bowl of'

T*eaeartmnwelhaus la anew Republic of Panama 504 o starting at 1 p.m. and will serve one kind of bean soup or sonoW-t
Til~mb Mrs. apd, Mrs. Nelson, parents ofMaSpaecurioty e Poi t thic Bo ao An MasetiDinnr at the der The trouble in making bean
Mr se e E l bsa' leore idberg. will depart Ma s at .win Memorial Balboa C. Z. from soup is th e long cooking time. Let
rmk st tP* Robr Wo ant ama wit th ncKreidbergs 5t The 8eoel p.m.Jmuer &4. thexpressure cooker taki pcare k of
and lillrrmdlh i horns frieds Thet sjetofw il the meeting willthat. The other nuisancedis the

tbethelarnsectlon of the mew con Price will be 1.00 r person. straining. It you arte willing to
astruted Social Securit0clisali Ms h- Two well known-coo r will pre- settle for a more mealy texture,
a rIrNACAPD ML O'DONNeL JueigleReturns From ha a a. pare dinner. The public is Invited then use the blendor to do the job:
TTi!. M in StatesYortcemutbbogtbinafwscnsItlopeevs

fT thnowrocli, nas h b Abldt w The hersts the first. Call 24aate for furi more of to vitamin-giving husks. -
Lou AG a IOFr wilCOQFJamesPr eafl.gtrt s PThenw a r cli. Buie wai at Yoeurrr c:kre biseobut- h d be in a f se coond.t alora pres
5ml t e o Crso balAN AMbA o turned recently to Panama after 1tre ts ree b info Urma bu City of mhein

~ FM 'NE^-, ae ftnihe too Cal-yeda wherelftho~p~ heut T op---S BLACKBL!- BEA SOUPal~
I Nape ereds gaivesonorhCp the tallest structure in thno cReyent e irub- a SU
o Mis G irenasWramien hto s urLe ,"aovin g thnthe lic, and was constructed at a cost iIra fansaruge. t ter
Te fe.g G mt mW.i t. blo s pMia Thie striys of Rfle oerii t of approximatelyTe cameras as there will be unlimit- 2 Cups black beans,
ray a Ore 1s a o Mr. scape pfes fre ls Ies many interesting structuralarch- edopportunitiesfor turtak Water to amply cover (up to 12G
s natthedrl,?f York oaom aou l Mr.cpe TA was Mr of Dee w tvisti L o Agoseilnbm bon chSal p,
LadL M.y Cheof was p.seserformaed NthewR d on ASfter his riteetural, and constructio I e ang from the rooof building. Ctups)
perform" by the Reveenderal nd RAftunerhsaist nFosrAngeleoshi TAN tSAinFsorybuldng IYlbw hmhamicebouesSalte brighlyo
PrasTere 411ff s. Jim Price has reunion wist his will be explained by Mt.Lopez. Refresbments will be served on or bacon
M. OWray % J.01 tferomtL.Cdr npdrofterjc.
ThA i l bre is the daughter of Mrs. Agnes Wmieoxohof old rImr tetheroofafter the meetingSothat1.4 lb. beef

--- a letBer t quarters on Quarry Heights ye m s. M the prda Ra Cthb COPERO. Bl dramade entrance.*
Crsa Pan dame, a aM. AotA. A.Cambel of New York Neal C. Joba son. Neal Johnson i you may be assured of Adequate 1 cup diced onions
Cit ooe dinor wgasugter of Mres. Rtn Bridge was lxf New b now living Sanll hFraislo, Ca-r r ru irr T i i r t I
.a -an the lte urtdisled by of Mr C loRn the th lifornia. Having been stationed o emte- sarue I r eme seettat 1 crrt d ke
Yorknand te InetoeR sonetorichardfOCoonnell ortown, West Bank during the war; Lt. their wives and guests hmtarley

Cdri afe Johi Caa4 mat Glend meting. Elevators will be in or the meeting notify the Secretary. I t k celery diced
Msnethublsett*an ithe late Mr. ODeonell in Panamadand the CaiialZose. atio and therefore there wil beTreasur assoonasppossiblehollve
Mrsetcepdbel gave his daughter In marriage, The bride no stair climbing problem. Came-hcalling, elephone2446. 1 t o me oe a
wa atlldbvMssSe eauhino Mai echA Mi Few drops of Tabasco to taste

wae atta de by Ms sSm MraUIhr Mbami e.DeMaid Ls Morgan's Flowe er A BBe mefoure serving, add to e a c hn
of Hema -and the Mines Andre Lntertaing for Mr 1 a Mak es Unusual Shw At JWWCop___tneeao n o*fMI __ w oT erryp oine

h~iageo r. ATim Moorus. Mr. Kellar wn s d r.Pryano Rus sel h lea isg Dflatr Kandatc ww hosrit etr* J|n rev lif aEsieBk^'l BPrVe selh's frmyurheia
auJs l 1ste were Leaap oostor tof lnh oe y eromayrinag t r. omf Ge e s ve I
faGlenna& shr o o da eina Mr. John fu.Boyle, "esim Currently -showin g at the J.and a slice of lemon or hard boil
tof the egree, Eate.mthe best man. The ushers were r.Gallery as.oi.uIetsa'N d y eg Sm Sr m b
64r4N .'anense degg SoerSerr mayead
Lous ila, y.William Maley Mr. Robert Strata, and Mr. ofwae clrs by Mi
"r 111 ueod wdtevr ells sby I. ed earlier in cooking-efor it brings

r in ru. o irgun of thdi-Caer r r Zonet i ,t out the flavorbat to get the very
dwtd from the University of North CaMinsa. ranged In cooperation.wihCtph e -e

Abassador t Aanaad Mrs. VA-s un ePao h ism recentny your Fevorite Stors.Ttt* S-I-N^B-G i
r we dea Zadof ho maBedae u d ri Zone art Lagou ei 2e '--
t .l s alumnusor thei new pot in Str- main until JunSe 4th. A a
o ausiere eaSonyen tlc puthep seaker aut heare Dof'D on'tb thet lheHr. duJmpu.Is:" o hf I'ma
tCteMt. i ono oBrilianAmhe ine w as thir sdac n Pahn The sereffowmerand saa 's'ta s, fl
be aLoudsana where -MisseMorgan. u-'I fraid to smuggle-a w -rare*tet-

Aa arriM' est the Panama Canal Natr to- ..tTANsSUPERBLY of fine sherry into te kitchen,
ela etVl e r. in d, w o c viety a t j 8nera pn Rouge unde a t ate Un ivrstyi pat TANtatoA have used Chianti in this soup

Am rle I o 7aterugg who isrvai. Lt. Ge
era' A` n Rouge undera ord Fiellwsip
CeO O AUa UNDAY Mr. KHrri ofQuarryTANSAFELY with nice success.
piItAfnl ei r o V Heights. a luncheon was given ye- rn.. If yourr plates are brightly co-1
Arias will be guests of honor of, cently by M rs. Don Miller' at, her1 ordiali nvitatironn 'se xtend tediIHreti ou ihisfotn
thy! Americsn Society here at a 'quarters in Quarry Heights.,'' mltr esne n hir slices certainly can make a very
dinr-ob eda oe lP-Ifamilies and to the'-public both 0of'-cOPPRION Ej dramatic entrance.
dinetow& be h eld a t otl lM a -'6buttev uet ee the 'Canal Lone 8and the Republic '__...-_ 11
nta hurday.May26. Abut welv gustsWeeprs- of Panama to attend the exhibit l'MIN'M.
tle mal dinner will start at ent at the luncheon. $ridge was at the. JWB Gallerycwhich is localei
R~c illbe urnshe byplalyed after the I~tnheon. A prize ed at' the US04 Armed o-qtr likch
L&AVanaia.wa given tote guest eshoorca5rvice<.Center. The Gallery isfyo urfomGtigp
I-and the following' winners: Mrs. openfroms9:0a.m. to 10:'W P.M.s.w,.a 66upr* .-0- *es-t embu nale etof1urNervousness orz"eaSS
Vya. table reservations have W. K. Harrison, Mns. Duel and dally. Ciame ei er sad do aide dInsilioig queeso~fteseb fleas ou should help Tour Prostate
emi received, by El Panama for Mr. May. b1C0USUPVIhsss. ml Immediatehy with ROOUNL.
thi~iftaii among them are: Dr. i 0 G opoatya wli riefcTi odrmdcn ae
FretnR.ypqpd Mr.Fred Ger- Also entertaining for Mrs. Louise BridsJa al hoerBoeshsawfl lea~pseeepuing. pebonideal eewitouinderrmedicine.make
hafdt M. Tlso& Woodruff. Mr. Kellar wos Mr. Bryan Russell ~MisJohKadash urs@,6 rl. W Aare'saLOWIS ow-a"e le ihu erpin e
L It! 0ldM Rne wshses~~Miss Joan, Kanduteim, w h osebas oe .Ss IstattgOGENA from your che whAt odUA.n
marriage to -Dr. i.3.Gensuoes.Oft Buy COPPOaTOSS g"dey aa uis ate
quarters on Quarry Heights yes' will take place Friday may 27th,'qNOW, weie.. bale a wrel.
Krs qmtalssje. ntlImterday.
For AN-. Rauo de ]Prao"
Mr.-Abelardo Buono do Prado Covers were laid for I g git.hS
'wa PueikeW onor at a farewell Bridge was enjoyed by her guests tWm
luachees given yesterday by Mrs. following the luncheon. i'UoSw m
TauiaM Quelqtejnat her -. g V''E WU Make
repidpioi'g a group of their Dinner Far t- U t55 pof 1gMiesmet Coo
frR~S5.Bras~ilas Ambasador' Daughiter ma meat flavor
Enuerano ngdoPrado nTwho e Iseainga Ask for Coppertone ot -NG
AqsblasstilderAnd, Mrs. Vasse DEnteo rtainndor Mhois helaving BAD I ourFaorite Store.
Give, DoffIda 1Ubi1ner with her parents, Brazilian Amn-1 *....i with
!ftSA' AAmbassador to Panama bassador and Mrs. BueoROdoPrmao- lta -WJc 114? USS iyour
;lr' kmr ON Monday evening in the near future, Charge D'Af- sassadGtallow = relief ...
at tohembassy Reskidence on LA fairs and Mrs. Rafael Eseamgave; weld-famou sDudde~aCans"i iesei RI6ZAPC.STl22
Crests, in honor of Brazilian~ Am-.15 dinner at their residence in Pa. 1M~ixte*... soOdtffit fe N Y' Ehclusive O bl RIGZPPC. .. e.223
basafe to Panamlandad Mrs A- nama recently. thing you ever tried. beore, ake
bda otla* Detsdo Prado, who are' I -- s*pof Bgsckley's.Ut1lW it the --
le~lbpqn.for their new post in I tongue a rinwLnst. swallow slowly. _ _ _
G*P.Captain Berry Ye Address 71M red the marhes tofesteon
Natual Eastery Society T-' your threat, wil upper bronobia
4odsli 1LL esAnt usl Captain Cahrles A. Brr~b'ub.Sel go Isie thu
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4th of July Ave. A J I.L
* Just Arosmensa Ave anda 3 t.

S2 La Carraqulla
Cental Ave. "
No. I Lottery Paam

Fourth of July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de Publicallion~s

06 cenaua Ave.
Pauge Lefewre 7 Stee '

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5 to 10 p.m.-Adults. Pre-teens
& Teenagenrs. By appointment only.
Morning.........hBaboe 2-4239
After 5 p.m..... Panama 3-1660

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Denture-bridge work-sir brasive
General Praclice.
Tivoell (4th of July) Ave NM. SIAM
opposite Aceon Sthali Playme, nd)
Telephone 2,2011-Psnnemrs


14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panama 2-0552

"We can help YOU with

Dn. A. end I. ORILLAC
Palmer Graduates,
t Witt Avrmue n- Tel. 3-111
I1 block from Lux Theatre>

Packers Shippers Moven
Phones 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Riding at
Riding & Jumping classes daly
j to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.

'Drapes a **
Venetfs^W ibl \
STraverse Curtais
Glass or Wood Jalousies
CaU 3-30W8 or 3-4904
gatimates Given Without
Distribopui by .
yroductos e 'M deVro, S.A.
)Centrai Ave. t eien godaul
palUdnta A. PUlth Ave. Store).

mfounet ClinMst II Tap, Aohbatic
Clayton: amd a r Thursday
m3Wb g June tth.
3' Bundfns 164, south ,cateJr.
Cecoll: Turdw and Friday 3.10 p.
im., beginning June 14th. Cecoll
ClubholR. oar's class In Tap and
Aerobak. Rhone Bal 2-4413.


Quality HI-FI
*A No Charge for
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4.) Of the Curc
M eore Rte j

FOR SALE: Bargain. Living
room -piece ret and 5-piece
bedroom set. Condition good, all
for S180. Between 8 e.m. sed
3 p.m. only. 45th Street No. 7
14-180). apartment No. 12.

FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, stove,
dinette set. beds, radio-phono-
graph. miscellaneous items. Call

FOR SALE:- 25-cycle Moytag
washer used 23 months, 25-cy-
cle alarm clock I will exchange
for 60-cycleclocks. Navy 3780,
Far Fan 809-A.

FOR SALE:-25-cycle Westing.
house refrigerator, less then 2
years old with deep freeze chest.
also s t e e I sideboard, dresser,
kitchen table, I I-tube console
radio (25 or 60-cycle), and a
Simmons studio couch. 754-A
Balboa Road.

FOR SALE:-3-piece mahogany
living room set, $55. House
2396-D Cocoli.

FOR SALE: Formica kitchen
He table and 4 hain $30; 5- .
piece cone furniture set $65;
Thor automatic washer, 60-cy-
cle $40.-86-2296.

SOR SALE:- Mahogany ward-
robes (child, adult);lkitchen ta-
ble. chairs; single beds large
12" record rack; aluminum ven-
etian blinds, assorted sizes. Mi-
chaells, evenings, Balboa 3079.
Qtrs. 2315-A Owen Street.

FOR SALE:-Double bed com-
plete. 2 night tables, dresser with
beautiful mirror. A-I quality and
condition. '"Transportes Baxter,",
phone James 2-2316.

FOR SALE -pshing machine,..
sewing machine, electraoil appli-
ances, kitchen, ware, *ai stave,
water heater.' accordion, music '
*awed- .bdraoy din *ia "

cone, ued clothes and shoes.
Very cheep. Tel. 3-5101, House
No. 33. 46th Street.

FOR SALE:-RCA Victor cen
sole radio-record player, three-
speed, dark mahogany lke new
$175; large window type.'4o-
mart cooler 450. Qts.434.
Clayton, Phone 3103.

FOR SALE:-1947 Pontiac Tu-
dor. Leaving. Quick sale. Price
5250. Phone Albrook 4174.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick. Best
offer over $400. Must go. Call
Kobbe 2273.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford "Ranch
Wagon," duty paid. Phone 2-
1677. Tivoli Taxi Service. Con-
tact Ed Brown.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
with radio, excellent condition.
Locona. Phone 3341.

FOR SALE:- Pontiac Catalina,
perfect condition. $1600. Phone
2-1413, working hours.

FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac Cat.
alino, Hydramatic and radio.
A-1. Best offer. Call 2-1304
between 5-6 p.m.

FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Plaza free entry 2-door sedan,
12.000 miles. an excellent buy.
Make an offer. Will trade for
duty paid cheaper car. Can be
seen at Baxter's Shop. beside El
Rancho. Call Pan. 3-6318

FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudor
bedan. excellent condition ra-
dio. heater. Phone Navy Pacific
2540 or 3753.

FOR SALE: 1949 four-door
Chevrolet $500. Phone 2-6371,
5773-A. Diablo Heights.

FOR SALE:-1941 Buick 2-door,
good transportation. $150. Ro-
vice, 1549-L Gavilan Rooad.-2-

3 Army Civilians i

IGet 'Outstanding'

Rating Awards
Three employes of the U.S. Ar-
my Caribbean civilian compo-
nent have been awarded the
rating of "outstanding" by the
USARCARIB performance rating
committee. The award was made
on the basis of recommendation
by the employes' supervisors.
Those rated as outstanding
are: Mrs. Shirley W. Myers,
shorthand reporter, Office of the
Arm'- Staff, Judge Advocate;
lMr-. llie F. Moran, staff 11-
brai.. i. Special Services Section;
Mrs. Sonia I. Buquet, clerk-
stenographe-, Signal Section.

With each of these ladies the
level of pcrlormance in all as-
pects of work assigned to them
was considered outstanding and
worthy of special commendation
and consideration.

Associates Planning

Farewell Gathering
FA IAA U WIfhila

Sv L WU V. 1 alyn I
I- "1 A farewell party for Leo W
SCagley. Chief of the Civil Enti-
neering Branch of the Panama
S ". W. an -v Canal Company, will be given by
George W. Steck, above, an ex- his associates in the Engineer-
pert on. radio communication sys- ng Division at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
items, presently here in Panama. June 3. in the Fern Room of the
s on a tour of Central and South Tivoli Onest House.
merica-studying the specify re- Tvo uest House
qirements of point to point radio- l infom t
tepholre, aircraft radio and ra- It will be an Informal stag
temletype commit iatton sa da- party and friends of Cagley ouT-
teps. While in Panama, he is side the Canal organization with
m king his headquarters at West. whom he has been associated
Skarihiea n. during his residence on the Isth-
r Carbbean. mus are invited to attend.

Canal Zone
United Stlates District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Division of Baltbo

awrence Curran. plaintiff vs Thel-
V. Corran. defendani
ummona C, uNo 4126. Civil Docket
Actbn for dlvorae.
'o the above-named defendant:
'ou are hereby required to appear and
Iwer the complaint field in the above-
tled action within ninety days after
Stirsim publication
t case of yur failuIre te so appear
i answer. Jjngit will be taken a-
nt you by d fault for Oe relief de.
Mndd in thd eamplaint.
TTrNES the Honorable Guthrie F
owe. Judge. United States Distrim
Art for the District of the Canal Zone.
i April 2. 19S5.
T. McCorgeck, Jr, Clerk
I SealI
Bara de la Pe"a, Chief Deputy Clerk
To Thelma V. Curran
'he foregoing summonm Is served up-
you by publication pursmiant tin the
er of (he Honorable Guthrle F Crowe
dge. United States District Court for
District of the Canal Zone dated
rI 21. 19.55, and entered and filed in
I action in the office of the Clerk of
I United States Dstrct Court for the
.ielo of Ball an April 26. 165.
r. .eCremrak, i. Clerk
aos ae la isMaK lee pty Clerk.


Tickets for the party mav be
obtained by calling Mrs. Doro-
thy Benny nr Mrs. Jessie Harris
at 2-2691. Tickets are $3 each.
Carley Is resigning from the
Canal service. He and Mrs. Cav-
lev and their two children will
leave earlv next month to make
their home in Dallas, Texas.
He has accepted a position
with the Tecon Corporation.

United Utates District Court For The
Distril of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
In the matter of the estate of Madge
Culp Tackaberry. Deceased.
No. 9277. Probate.
Notice of time set for proving will
and hearing application for llttert
Notice Is hereby given that a petition
for the probate of the will of Madne
Culp Tackaberry deceased; and for the
issuance of letters of drnmlnistratinn
with the will annexed to OUver C. CIlp
was filled in this Court on May 18. 1955.
and that Jtne 14. IM at 9 o'clock a m .
In the Courtroom of this Court at An-
con. Canal Zone, haa bees se t for the
hearing of said pilon. when and
where any persoa 'n re d may ap-
pear and r aest the sam and show
muse. If any. arlhy amid petition Should
not be granted.
SDae at Amon, Cams Zsnel til May



BOX 2031 ANCON, CI2.

JUNE 3 4 5
The trip of your life aboard El
Panama's Pescadora! A three-
day Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the
Panama Canal to Colon, San
Bias, and Porto Belial Leave
Balboa, Friday 6:30 a.m., arrive
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave Colon
9:30 p.m. for colorful Sen Bias
and historic Porto Belle, return-
ing Colon Sunday afternoon,
Thru Canal Monday 6:30 a.m.,
leaving from Strangers Club re-
turning to Balboa. Meals catered
by El Panama. Bring slacks,
shorts. bathing suits, locket.
flippers and spears for under-
water fishing, your camera end
color film. Canal trip only-.
$10.00. For further information
phone Jungle Jim Price Panama

SMiscellaneous W

FOR SALE:-Dunlop drill press
and motor. Phone 2-3692.

FOR SALE:- Philco air-condi-
tion unit. *s capacity. Used one
year. 5-year guarantee, perfect
condition, bargain. Aso cabinets
and large mahogany showcases.
Central Avenue No. 13-142,
Phone 2-2814.


ATTENTION .lJuest built
modern slibed apartments. I,
2 bedrooms, ir, e61d water.
Phone Peamma 384941.
FOR RIENT- --aid.eand dn-
furnished 2 eIn 4.v-om modem
apartments. Ctaset ALHAM-
Phone 1386 Cohn..

FOR RENT:-S-mifumrnished a-
partment, nes to Raeevelt The-
ater, Via Poarrs No. 120. Phone
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished two
bedroom apartment, 2 baths.
garage, moid's quarters. Phone
3-0815, 44th St. No. 32.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished apartment, three bed-
rooms. two beath, servant's
quarters. freezer, washing ma-
chine, etc. All eCivenlences.
Panama 3-2144.
FOR RINT:--Fumrlshd apart-
ment, hig bedroom and bath. No
kitchen. $50 with electric Fri-
gidaire. Phone 3-1648.

FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters
for June and July. 3 bedrooms.
Bolboo Flats area. Tel. 2-3464.
FOR RENT'-2-bedroom corner
apartment, partly furnished, liv-
ing-dining room. screened, $70.
Belisario Porres 56, key apart-
ment 6. Phone 2-2316 or 3-

MILKMAN. THAT'S COOL!-Yes.' that ultrafashionable man
sauntering up to the door in Dallas, T X,1 l really the milkman-1
.clad in Bermuda shorts and knee-lengt socks. It's one dairy l
company's new-way of making its elftda .s comfortable during
.the hot months ahead. Wearing the bopany's official, though
1 not compulsory, uniform is milkman CalJager. Looking on, from
'Jeft, are Housewives Mrs. Tom Grimes d Mrs. F. F. Kennedy.
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Phlme P memeJ -1)77. Cristo-
bel 3-1471.
FO TU'S COTAr ES. one mile
pest Seaeo hile. Low sMes.-
Phone Desole, 18.
WILLIAMS' Saite Clear lecb
Coetteg- rcesis, efrigre-
tion. h.e Belbee
enMleu h'. te Clef leach
COMeLg. Mde. sm.venlences.
medreMtI ate. Phoe Gambos
Shrel.perlg em ,hed houses on
boech at Seats Clnr. Telephone
Thompeo,. *alboa 1772.
Beldwin'l apartments for rent at
Santa Cl e. Phone Balolboa 3611
for wesorvtlimls.

FQ) RINT:-Vacation quarters.
four bedraims. Diable Heights.
Available May 29. Call 2-1844.
FOR RENT:-Small chalet, one
bedroom, livinl. dining room,
kiltldei. Moderate rent. General
Jose ds Sen Martin Ave. No,
4. dowmhas.
P6R REN:- beautiful chalet.
10tk Street No. 1, Son Francis-
co, Phone Savl 2-2037.
FOR RENT: -- Our Furnished
home. Haese 9079, Cellse 81/i
Seot. Isbesl, Colon.'

FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished 2-bedroom house from
May 28 to July I. Reasonable.
FOR RENT: Avieleble June
10th. government ins pecte d
beautifully furnbhed roe,. dod-
ble couh,'ref rigerator, stove.
kitrchk cabinet. private both
aed .entrapc, 52.4 Street No, -
PhoM 3- 138 .

Panama Line


Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley,
member of the board of direc-
tors of the Panama Canal Co.
and a frequent visitor to the
Isthmus, is among the 50 pas-
sengers scheduled to sail front
New York Thursday aboard the
SS Cristbbal for CristobaL
Also among the passengers ex-
pected to sail for Cristobal are
Elmer G. Abbott, assistant Port
Captain in Balboa and Carl G.
Brown, chief of area sanitation,
Canal Zone Health Bureau.
There are also 35 passengers
booked to sail on the vessel for
Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen-
ger list for Cristobal follows: Mr.
and Mrs. Elmer G. Abbott; Mrs.
Gladys B. Baldwin; Mr. and
Mrs. Ralph E. Blevins and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. Carl 0G.
Brown; Mr. and- Mrs. Robert E.
Budreau; Mrs. Laura Casemen;
Ernest B. Curling; Mr. and Mrs.
Hugh D. Hale and two children;
Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Ham-
metter and daughter; Mr. and
Mrs. William Hannigan, Jr.; Mr.
an dMrs. Robert J. Hansen and
son; Mr. and Mrs. William D.
Hardle; Miss Rose Johnson; A.
G. Kinsman; Miss Jeannette Le-
vin; Miss Elizabeth MacDonald;
Mrs. Cena J. MacDonald; Miss
Helen Meehan; Mr. and Mrs.
William G. Mummaw; Frank J.
Russell; Maj. General Julian L.
Schley; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.
Sestito; Charles M. Steeb; Miss
Naomi D. Steeb; James W. 8ud-
daby; Dr. Maurice B. Wlnatead
and two children; Miss Olivia
Augusta Winstead; and Mr. and
Mrs. Alberto Yohoro.

Tlo Thanks Rsiat

For Wldshn Hlb

BELGRADE, May 5 (UP) -
Marshal Tito thanked Ruasia for
wishing him a happy bhirday t6-
day on the eve of a-hilaorle mis-
sion from Moscow to foriv r his
de"fae of the Comfil".
"I most sincerely tmai for
your congratala Vati sa m
to said in a mble 3l.. iE.
by, preadew. of &PnioD"'f
the Swet Uii'S StW antet.
61 take tkit oinl -
psass to YOU isy
your owR wellar. dam

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WAoTID --.MaWlo live in Lea
CwbfM. GOe l hIM seMkIapio,
seeuig, Io i .lng2. ehldreM.
GII salary. Amriel family.
Appyutill 6 p.m. No. 434 44th
Stres, Belie Vsta. Bring refer.

WANTEDt English speaking
maid, refemsses. # S K Street,
El CongreJe.


hi Rwe Mer.

wNe. 5t. Fm.*ie.e. "A.
ale Andris I. 'Thamw", -
A.vsMu 259, Plhen 4-10; .
FOR SALE.-A .le s Id at'
Rio Abele. Brmla $1 "A
uncle Apdrei P.
Central Avem2e 259. piSri
FOR SALEI- .of linI4 Se."
Fmniemo. Slagili. s500"si,.
"Afge les AndmisJt. .Thlames.
Central Aveae 259. .

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The ability to create works of gram of the U.S. State Depart.
art if not the exclusive aptitude meat, broke down for. his a au-
of any special race, n a tio n or dience the various ramifications
class, Elton C. Fax, visiting art- of art. He spoke on art in the
ist-illustrator-cartoonist journal- branch of literature, architecture,
ist, told an assembly at the last music, the stage, the. ci nem a,
Cultural Friday program of t h a painting, drawing, portraiture,
University of Panama. cartooung, caricature, .photogra
"Artists are -ound in any and phy, printing and engraving.
all groups of human society," he Speaking of himself, Fax sqid
added. and "neither wealth nor that while a very young, student
poverty determines who is and of painting -many yeArs ago *it
who is not entitled to have and never occurred to him tha t he'
enjoy works of art." would be privileged to use his ab.
Because of the fact that in ma- ilhIies in the filling of a public
ny societies and in many periods need. However, "the art of the
of history art- has been gathered book illustrator has done exactly
and clostered within the confines that," he asserted with some show
of the rich and the powerful, the of feeling.
mistaken notion has developed Seldom were book illustrators
that art is an accessory of the fortunate to get very ar,' f-r om
privileged-to be owned and en- their workshops, the. demands of
joyed by them alone.-Such also is their profess leading ,to- keep
the belief of .the despots who them,.confl ad:t1,lFa
seek to keep; knowledge and cul- considered it a.otpe pird, imieto
ture for themselves. Nevertheless, be travellfta al .ith a few of
he reasoned, "art always manag- the ihlltratio he.K- dA0e 'for
es to outlive the despots who at- the endjoyment -of the p.eop;le.
tempt to seize and control it." These Include "Dr. George Wash-
In developing his theme: "The ington-Carver," "Melindy's' Md-
Art of Bringing Art to the Peo- al," "Famous Harbqurs 'of the
pie," Fax continued: World," "Sitting. Bul;" "G r 4 a t
Wiser men, sensing the weak- White Eagle," "Gypsy L,u c k,"
ness of the tyrant's philosophy, published by Random Housea Ju
seek to place art in its rightful lian Messner, and the William
niche in human society. The y Morrow Company.
aim to make the printed word un- "My being here in Panama with
derstandable and available to all you is just another of the many
men. They tase the great music ways in which art is being shared
of the world out of the stuffy, gilt- by the people for, as I stated in
edged salons and place it where it the beginning, it is through the
will be heard and enjoyed by all hearing of the kind of experience
who wi-l listen, art,.gives .s that we edtx h-know
Wiser men, he further explain- one another.." -' -
ed, "seek also decent dwellings Alter visiting Pva,' r a-
for their fellowmen-dwellings de- guay., Uruguay; Ai Apptyi", arti-
signed to provide the usefulness nique and Panama, lecthwe Fax
and the beauty necessary to the was mpre convinced t~uait0 r that
fulfillment of the good life. They when buman beings t'. o.know
work to created a literature and a one another, the path 6f un-
theatre, not for the few, but for derstanding, respect and r is
the many. They see to it that immediately cleared." .'
painting and sculpture become a He left the Isthmus this n
normal part of everyday living., bound lot WashingtonItp ryft on
They are tolerant of experimenta- his South American jubhkt. J ev-
tios in the arts and at the same ery country. visited he bis.' left
time they demand a sound per- behuad him htndreds'o. cirica-
formance. In short, they insist t nes pen sketehesde efar oa
upon sharwg art with the peole- drawings and illustratimst-ofeo
all the people." pie; not people of any a cial
All these accomplishments, are types.or with any eonsiratB of
undertaken by wise men because official stiaton-but just -iLjpeo-
they know human society can be ple... /,.-
no stronger than the culture it en- Perhaps, though, mor -
joys. Cultural .strength, they are tant Mr. Fax has.left buJthe
convinced, is de vel op ed only knowledge and undertau_ V of
through a constant sharing of ma- the United States and of. i .
ny-patterns of culture. With his artistry a'f y
The 48-year-old Baltimore born. he has provided a l
Syracuse University-trained art- many people with whi hise a *e
ist, on the last leg of a ten-week contact as a greater of the S.
tour sponsored by the Internation- State Department 's .CujMa- zx-
al Educational Exchange Pro- change Program."

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Wla their T as
neats" new ack
eti Kelly's Blues,'
is goog to help

Predicts Shoup:
"You can't filht a fashion trend
but I believe Hollywood will dis-
card it quickly. Nobody likes the;
idea but the poor things who;
bhven't got any bosoms. For a;
while, they're going to be happy."
Charles O'Curran, doing his first
choreograPhy stint for "Artists abd
Models" since his split-up with
Betty Hutton, can't be drawn into
an admiaston that he -and Patti
Page are planning to wed.
*It's a romance J- sort of," he
told me. "But I don't want to get
married again. It's too nice being a
The common told is as confusing
to doctors as it is to people, and
Dany 'Kaye says he can prove it.
He vax suffering from a cold while
add0eain'A-te Harvard Medical
Sod ; a14 hi UNICEF movie,
**Aa r55teMlB0apr." -t t
Af thw .ee, ears Danny,
11 d6otors red I 11 different
remedies -..from hot lemonade
(wio bo rbon- to- mustard
plaster. -
Westbropk Pegier's' "The Life
and Diath of Al'Capone" is in the
script-writing stage again as a
proposed movie. But under the film
-prnsction code's glorification of
crime taboos, Capone's name can-
not ,1e' u.*d on the screen or In
In .10* when Pegler's brother
was inHoywood, ttynmg to interest

I atill have those pettlons-with
l,T3,4ill nameal -.
Movie Czari Eric Johnston vowed
at the time.that the Motion Picture
?roducion Aspociation would
evr apprbe 'an At Capoe .ilm-
biography and the Teglr story
was shelved. 1
SI -wonder what will happen this

this is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
The rich get richer. Two hundred
property owners in the heart of
swank meverly Ells, near Roxbury
Park, have signed lant .drlling
oil. leases with the Signal Oil Co.
TIe area ihnt far from the Fox.
studio back lot,, where black gold
Is flowing like it does in Texas.
Not in the Script: Heard after
a preview where the film' leading
man took an awful panning from
the critics: "Did he take the pan-
ning like a man?" "He sure did.
He blamed his wife."
The Witaet: If all the kids wear-
idg Davy, Crockett hats put on
horn-rimmed glasses, says Alan
Wilson, "we'd Ihve a nation of
small Senator- Kefauvers."
It's little-girl-grown-up for Lori
Nelson playing her first not-so-
nice character in Warners' "The
Ja gged Edge."
Lri left U-I, she tels it, "be-
cause I wasn't getting anywhere
playing second fiddle to horses and
being tast in the Franeis- and Ket-
fle pictures. You'. reach a point
where you have to gamble. I gam-
bled. I figured- that it was now or
never for me."
Recalls.Lori: "Iw at to U-I with
braces onilmy teetI and school
books undet my-armn: But when I
matured, the studio still .saw me
as a little girl."
Are Rhonda Fleming's dates with
Ty Power because she wants to
play Mrs. Eddy Duchin opposite
im in "Music by Duehin?" .
Marion Brando's family is in an
uproar over an eye-popping story,
"Will Marion Brando Become a
Preacher?" in the June issue of
Motion. Picture Magazine. The au-
thor is Carlo Fiore, his pal and
stand-in, when he. made "On the
Waterfront." Fiore swears Brando
has a religious goal.

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GOING UP-Just signed to a
long-term contract by MGM is
one of trance's mote attractive
exports Ltilane Monteveochi,
curvesome dancer who drst
went to Hollywood. to apparn
In the Kgyan ballet of "The
alass av Her fery aly
flamenco dance in the Iorth-
cpePltg "Moon eah" sin her

Amerkwca StudenI

Killd On Brdtn's

Highest Mountain
FORT WILLIAM, Scotland, May
25 (UP-A Royal Air Force res-
cue squad battling through bliz.
zards battering, Britain's highest
mountain tofda found the bodies
of two 21-year-old American stu-
dents lashed together where they
plunged to their deaths,
The R.A.F. mountain resc cue
team radioed from 4406 foot Ben
Nevis that Frederick b. Hadden'of
Pasadena, Cal., and Bert Wood.
burn of San Gabriel. Cal., were
found dead in. deep snow in a ful-
ly on the mountain's north east
The two climbers, who left their
rooming house in Edinburg Sat.
urday, were last saen Sunday by
other climbers as blizzards des-
cended on the..peika .
The rescue' reported the t w o
Edinburgh Univeristy students.ap-
prently were 'kill Bed instantly
wen they plunged t'dpd together
into the gully. It wan .ot uie-
diately known bow lg thqy "had
been dead.

Walter Windchll
(eontinUed rons Pah 2
Ing, plus at least an hour to dine
and coo. Any question?
Disc Jockey Jerr y Marshall
overheard two Ostriches (heads
buried in the sand" )maakog with
the baby-tadk.
Said She: "Darting, must we
spend the rest of our lives meet-
ing in secret?"
From B. Cerf's Sat.. Review
echoes (quoting a London publish-
er): "Historians finally discovered
what Lord Godiva said to Lady
Godiva when she returned from
her famous ride. He was at the
door in a towering rage and de-
manded: 'Where exactly have you
been? Your horoe got home two
hours ago 'I"
Quite evident "the London b-
Usher" caught the -.i 0 t We
New wer Mr. Cert apa tly
missed. It was a cartoon caption
months ago. (End of Gate.
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led 'a -"rrrIrs ',a* OeQenertI ster in
the. wrnd mLlita t eat ever sa. ered by,
the-U.S.'Ariry, ia from a symp athetc
point W- view In. c-pltur e of tffe same.
pame,reeaaad, Wthi(lte rtAlM hich
ope)nm- Wmbt -teelm Thdtrem. J:
iarroj .telfl ot for This eoreign rol.e, is,
cast as an tAmricait for the first time in the
role of the reluctant warrior. For as "SitiUng
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DAILY JOUUE--A saave witn your anin reverses te uO L
barbershop' procedure at Vivian Doe oCr St. George's sidewalk
shoe shin s id in London. England. While customers, like
Harry CulA fe r York City, Olick up theij .es with an electric
shaver at .o. tra cost, St. George sileks up their shoes.
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.Bull," f me4 in .ClnemaScope and magnift-
cents Eaq4 bn Color, shows, he didn't want
to .a.pcbltow here he had no alternative. "Sit-
.tng.,l" ..which stars Dale Robertson and
Mpry. Murphy in the romantic leads, shows
us that ale in all its fiery detail. making
full use of theCinems8cope cameras and the
magnificent ZEastman Color to highlight the
battle of Little Big Horn. Advt.

Legislature Okays 1

development Group

IM. for Florida

The Legislature, wading through a
log-jam of bills toward adjourn-
ment in 10 more days, sent to Gov.
LeRoy Collins for his signature tg-
day his bill for a Florida Develop- .1
meat Commission. '
I 'iThe nine -member commission.,
appointed by the governor, will
take over duties of the Advertising
and Improvement Commissionst o
promote industry, agriculture, em-
ployment, tourism and general,
welfare of the people."
A companion bill creating devel-
opment credit corporations to fi-
nance industry cleared the Legis-'
lature Monday.
In rapid, action the Senate ap-
parenty killed a House bill for a
chancellor over the university sys-,
tern by referring it to two com-.
The House Education Com m i t-
tee meanwhile, approved a bill
ordering the State Board of Con-
trol to bold public meetings and
nullify any action taken at a clos-
playing second fiddle to horse and
ed meeting.
The House committee also killed
a bill to charge out-of-state stu-i
dents $200 a semester for tuition at
Florida's state-supported univer-

Sen. W. A. Shahds of Gaines-
ville slowed down the action by'
postponing until tomorrow a Sen-
ate vote on House amendments to
the bill for revising the state's 70-
yea-old constitution. The Senate'
version called for the rewriting by
the 18tmember Leslate Council,
bat the House added m o r e
members .inheding reap t atives
of the governor, Supreme Cout
snd Florida Bar, .
STke ento pased and nt to
the loea an imafts bi to m.-
cografe the FlorMa wins industry
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rIbiy Defeats Indians

I 4- On Three-Hitter;

; Loser Score Fans 1.1

NEW YORK, May 25 (UP)-Frank Lane makes
-more trades than a gang of school kids swapping
bifablegitm cards, but every time lefty Billy Pierce
wins a game the White Sox general manager is re-
a radLd that his first deal was his best.

S61ce Lane acquired fletce tiring hI the seventh. Ray Moore
little Pierce from. Detroit on protected his margin thereafter.
Nov. 10. 1048 In an even swap for | Detroit put on late rallies,
lrumbqng catcher Asron Robin- reach good for three runs in the
io, he has made an unofficial sixth and eighth in its victory
oatal of 217 deals nvolvin, more at Kansas City. Al Kaline had a
.an 325 players. obinson long three-run homer to account for
.nlce has kleparted rom the ma- the sixth innin uprising. us
or but aierce, despite the oc-IZernial hit a three-run homer
rn, has won Toa games with 'Pittsburgh pounded out 1
,4picago. to hits, Jack Shepard getting four,
.P:erca ,whose. return to form In the smashing of theDoders.
1 ,ens of tibe most encouraging Eob Friend pitched 4 1-3 nings
as-es of Chicago's strong pen- of hitless relief ball to gain the
cant fight this sp in turned in trlumph. In the fifth when BRUCE B TEMAN.-- 13 years
this Areatet trumnphs last Pittsburgh made seven runs, old, catcher and outfielder for
Sathree-hit 4-1 victory at Frank Thomas and Siepard the Ocelots of the Fastllh
4e6veiand in a. dazzling duel with each hit two singles. League. Set all kinds of hit-
*PLOe lefty Herb Sorer. was The Phillies routed the current tin reo league. In
iSy's third win against two de-Ji Hearn, getting twenty-two gaems his average
e-eA. 12 hit including a homerby. An- was .38, seveh n doubles, two
T .e White box gained on both 'y Seminick and four its by triples, five homeruns and 35
hefirst-place Yankees and sec- ~ iokle Glen Gorbous. Lefty Curt RBI's. oes.over 200. pounded
d-place Indians and are- now ,mmons seemed almost cor- and if the VW team goes .t
Sgamesoutof the lead. Wash etely reeovere from his arm the State, I will be a t-
..*ton ended New York's seven- ilment and ai"ned cret for man's second venture of -
gam winningtreak with a e vctry alth gh he needed sort. He:-waa member oh
triumph that extended Its own ilief help. .Little Iaue re
skein to four. Baltimore ended a ,, ."- when it went up, to the states
flve-gpme losing streak by de- SurIrisn lyV four yers *ago
eating Boston 0-1 while Detroit. I- y ----- .
ansaCity a yle
2. It-. Pit G ayleway Joey Lo0es
burg i mad he night cn e ,ISo HyI Pe-
72 games a thdfl psHi S O Ce
wrt-place Dodger dandies, 15- .
It was a night for the low-' CICAGO-(NEA)-Calforna.
-around and the lastPlace bread trotter urchaed by Clude
hlles also nrocke tdltep n dT o NA...S.ores Upset
--in ts and hd r And theh a ri tof
lace Giants, 6c2 and ended te which ws once sold for 35 is the
ew Workers 7-game ..wiing I, new coast-to-coast to-st of harness
reek. Cincinnati at Milwaukee racing. n r .__
esHaht gme were rained out. G yleway, trained and dr 1iv e n yer addler
',,utck Stobbs pitched a five- by Tisher, won nine of 10 starts
titter to beat the Yankees and this year. In the first, Gayleway
(cored the winning ru ip Ithe returned $118.60 for $2. In his
lnth on Mickey Vernon's slewI- most tctnt at Maywood P a r k, SACRAMENTO, May 25-(UP)
ace fly for is first victory, near Chicago, the same bet was -L htWelght Joey Lpes, a-
ickey Mantle tet up his can- good for a return of only $2.40. cramento, staved off a brutal
Uonacin, "fOr the Yankees. witIh The five-year-old .gelding didn't Iset r ud attO k-Son his batter-
two dioueiss. race at two' and three and while ed eye last night to score a
Cial A::.emi priced : EaltlUore he won five o -12 last year his unanimous upset hometown de-
it bit with tree taipes while .best effort was 2.12. He presently cison oer featerweight king
SMcDonald, ftlmkihg his raIt sports 2.02 2-5 on a half mile. Sany Baddler.
rt after a apring oft arm t iu a wy lnowiy. pr1Fi;.at $40, I ..olO
pl t hed ce-bitball until 000 -- sh 'w a ei,
___ ,batrnJg from agi.Bad- I
J*0 dler.ThrA sk.
downs, but Lopus had the
Ierb Mitten Jim ":+ '*1" ""
*f. l separate ,ad'
tPA A T Foe. made his most telling
STourney Fmal t out ddle. outhpiecer-
SLopee' ight eye,which had been
Herb Mitten, the golfing den-and what more could you ask swollen badly since the seondI

a --.-in 'the' Pen..beat Doe 0- a_1h h e
t, overpowered Jack. I itb. for. round, broke open and bled free-
SBalaoa police sar In the, first flight, ale Bean ly. In the final lopsided stanza
boa Sunday in h. Pan beat Do Gerr andy addler tatooed lefts on the in-
erlcan Wprld Airways 5tHinkle Jr. tok. ally. Je eye but could not gain
S jngal Invi n 4tion and assured Bean and HInlQe wil tangle in enough points to take the dect.
I e'of .atleaat three of the the finals o Sfdaay: n.
p4onite Airplane Suitcases, Pearson eliminated Sanford Referee John Basinelli dis-
Siourth one will be disputed and Duffus beat Cooper in the played little patience with sad-
-big Jim Uley, -the other -fi- second flight. Pearson and Dul- dlera %' resslve infightinZ tac-
Bt. fus will meet In the. inals. tics, br1 1 the fighters free.
2 erb. had little trouble with In the third flight Tex Wha- l. and appn Saddler'shands
ih and at the end of the first ley, the pride of'the English Na- for MIt
Jack 5 down and that was vy and' General Costello battled In the fifth round, Basinelli
nip and tuck until Old Jupiter took one point from the cham-
ST 0e other semifinal match be- Pluviu took over. Whaley's Na- plon for belting Lo e& with a
sen Tim Riley, the Smoot-Pa- vy training finally forced the solid.; r2it well afte the bell
anic Juveoia champ Radn GenerkI to polcede the match. had 0mided. .
Lewter, Gamboa's golfing Clyde Saw eliminated Johnn-y In.R flio.l rtund, Saddler's
eman, was different story. Wi. es. Whaley and Shaw will da =;iix white trunks were dark-
It took 22 holes to decide the ash in the finals, enedd with blood from Lopes'
The n epded in eyes. In Lope. last fight, in
of the Cluhouse on the, l n the fourth flight Hall and wtlch Ite dropped a.declon to
hoie when L ter shanked Coftey wll play each other, and Carnel6 Costa &n New York, he
iron tee shot on the 170 Commander Rhdes and Jim suf1td a severe eye injury. yt
bus hole and when he too an (Hole-In--Oe) Burns will battle hakjbeen declared healed for
4 it was the breaig RUey for fifth Mtht honors.. Young la gt'41 fight by the Califor
been waiting, for. Re holed Jack Prtne nd Robert will ntle Ccommisilo
fo a nd the match. La- meet I t sixth fight. Smith Merle Zeleriet scored
ended. Theh role.ut
only 3 over par when. e M ene in the seventh t 58-51. fo LOpe. Judge
ended. The spectators fliht. Bottaro and Basinelli
related to some real golf. Al .matches will be played on ePteOd it 87-52 for Lope,. The
Sand Jl will tee off at. u-S4R. May .29, with the ,dPZW smS 'Se was
rt : La.m: SuaMOday to seventh flight teeing off at 9:00 *'1 t O Ps.. wa
the ehampfl in what a.m. and thq remainder fdllow- .Tbe 3.te fbr the capacity
be the best at h of the inr at ten minute .intervals. ceowdf more than 45ra
d one that il 1 talked Prizes will be presented b l- $10,271. a 400 was
for a lonS to ton Todd. ,sal American drirec- welgh4.ay', Saddler
Sth^ e start Of .ou.nameftt tor, after matches are completed ofre Yeor weighed Iaoj.
depeateri picked .these same and Pan Ameriean World Air-
Sfellows to play mte finals, ways and the-Gambnea Club will -
Srare in an *a Bent be hoasfor all contestants of the
the two favor ea meet in tournament and their families
finble. The -boeat A- uand frlimen at a real fresh oys- Bs t D idS
will be meeting e tch er tr luncheon. B y UN PRS

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Ightieight champi Jimmy
Carr ,p napostponed his June I
tlae' W.,ABOtonwh Wal-
g d's 9m1. Cter',man-.
ager w- Wie metch says
tIr champ has a bad that-and
addll fight Ketchumn
dds Wer will defend'against
mitas soon as his health per-

Veteran jockey Johnny Ad-
Sams who rode victory number
there thousand laSt 8uwrday
added twO more to his total yes-
Parl. Track OCffsWalshlian a
cnram o plan a
ceremony at Washinutpn Park
to 'homen Av a afor his

S.Ptebuho'Ste*"IO of the
National FootbaUl ea have
la .u os toem .u. Harkey.
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Bill CR ^. .if.- ... YWWf.
POWERFUL ENTRY Bill Campbell. Jimmy (6Haie and Cpl. Ken Venturi, left to right, .are
among the better known of 33 Americans who will bid lor the British Amateur championship
at Royal Lytham sand t. Anne's, Lancashire, May 30-June 4.

Brown In Atl-Out Workou,,h;

Tony Arrmentefwos Due Tonight


Sixth Day (

On Johnson*

-The PFeani1va? Aftetf Com-I
mission, m t. name of Fran-I
kie Carbo, reted under o r d
boxing czar the record moved
into its sixth day of test in
the hearing onkhtbe Ha d John-
son-Julio Med lIoutot with
Tommy lii Jaan-
ager of rrew a the
Carbo, supposedlyte dominant
figure in the matching of boxers
and the booking of bout, became
part of the record yesterday when
the commission fished at finding
out whether he had anything to
do with the nationally-televisedfias-
co of last May 6 when Johnson
blacked out between the a e c o nd
and third rounds.

Jimmy White Of New York and
Miami, manager of Mederos, was
questioned sharply by Commislaon-
er AI Klein, veteran attorney of
the Kefauver Senate Crime Com-
mittee investigation. But t h e
same curtain of anonymity which
keeps Carbo in near-obscurity roll-
ed down.
White, a veteran of more than
25 years in 'the boxing game, iden-
tified Carbo only as "a fellow
that's around." And when Klein
asked when White saw him, the
answer was "when I bump into
"You're the 50th person who ask-
ed me what he does," White said.
"No one knows what he does. I
have nothing to do with him, and
I don't know what business he'
I don't know what business he's
in. My friends never mention him.
He testified he did not know a-
nyone who gave Johnson any drug.
White, served rith a subpoena af-
ter he appeared as a voluntary
witness, said he was the only
manager of Mederos, although he
admitted that Lou (Blacki Sac-
caroma, an ex-narcotics peddler of
Miami, Fla., fronted for him as
the Cuban's manager until last
March. .
White denied knowing of Sac-

Caution Is A

Byword With

Tribe's Lopez
L6pes qualifies for an award
as "the Most Cautious" Man
of the Yeair"
In January, somebody asked
the Cleveland manager what
he thought of Herb Score, who
was to report after a fantastle
season with Indlanapols.
LUpes said quietly.

Jack Rabbits

Bats 397 As

A Flychdiaser
(NRA) Juk Rabbits p
center field fWest Vilr gii
Rabbit Ik % sR i 'x"
runs, j tt '7.-
Th e wb WO

~in oltin' Joe Brown, who meets
a. EntersL Tony Armeteros Sunday night
at the Colon 'Arena, yesterday
afternoon was even more im-
pressive'than usual in a strenu-
)f H hearing ou workout against four differ-
jjS. J. -C. Jnent boxers -at the Arena.
SBrown's showing caused At-
lantic side boxin "experts" to
D ope B out redict that the Jolter will again
J[.U 9D JU U t be a favorite to whip the Hava-
na soldier who has been granted
__- five days leave from the Cuban
caroma's criminal record, which Armenteros, according to
included a federal penitenti a r y promoter Enrique -Martin, will
term. arrive at the Tocumen airport
tonight at midnight and will
"He came into my office every workout tomorrow at 4 p.m. at
morning fo0 coffee. He was hun- the Colon Arena. The Cuban
gry, and I let him have the fight- will train at the Aream at the
er because I had a matchmaker's same time Friday.
license," White said. Meanwhile, Brown has decided
to go through his daily exercises
Loughrey, 68, was on the stand starting at 2 p.m. from tomor-
as yesterday's session ended.'He row.
denied that matchmaker Pete Yesterday Joltin' Joe dazzled
Moran was an off-record manag- the large crowd that was on
er of Johnson, but he admitted hand when he worked two
that he gave Moran money for rounds each against Baby Haw-
advice and aid in the managing kins, Herbert Douglas. Al Stew-
of the boxer. art and amateur Andres Allen.
Joe displayed power and ac-
He also said he was worried ov- curate punching against Haw-
er Johnson's lack of energy, but kins and Douglas. He merely
not apprehensive about his condi- tried to increase his seed a-
tion the night.of the bout against the lighter Stewart.
The New Orleans dandy hopes
Lou Goss, a handler of John- to settle once and for all this
son, said he thought John so n series against the tough Cuban.
'didn't look too good" before the Armenteros decisioned Joe in
fight started. When he reported their first meeting. Brown stop-
that fact to Moran just after the ped Armenteros in the 8th of
boxers entered the ring, the match- their second fight. The third
maker asked "What can I do bout was held at the Colon Are-
now?" na and the Cuban dropped a
hairline decision in a thriller
S?"" that saw the gallant Armenteros
storm back from an early round
beating to have Joltin' Joe in
bad shape at the finish.
Local fans have virtually re-
quested this return math and
are sure to fill the spacious
Colon Arena Sunday night.
The semifinal pits Jone Ed-
win against Ernesto Reid in a
147-pound eight rounder. Two
four-round preliminaries eom-
plete an edceent prlam.
Roberto MurUo tackles hard-
hitting Juan Salazar at 124 while
Herbert Douglas is slated to
make his pro debut against jus-
tin Ortega at 135 in the open-
Ing contest. General admission
is only $1 (one dollar).

Teamm V L Lft. I
Brooklyn ...27 9 .75 1
New York .,..21 1 S 01
Chi .....20 6 7
Mi.,18 18. M- 9
Ps 114. S5 .1 9
P U ;... 4 .333s I

SCin-0 at Mll-kauee (N)
Br .at Pittburh (N'
New Yorks at Phila. (2, T-N)
St. Louia at Chiago- (2)
(Night QGame)
New'York 000100001-2 7 0
Philadelphia 000 200 2%x-8 12 0
Heamn. (6-3), Wilhelm, Liddle
and Katt, Westrum.
Simmons (1-1), Meyer and

(Night Game)
Brooklyn 010 000 000 -1 5 1
Pittsburgh 003 071 40x-15 19 0
Padres (4-3), Labine, Meyer.
Black, LaSorda, Hughes and
Law, Friend (2-0) and Shep-
(Night Game)
Cincinnati at Milwaukee
(Postponed rain)
SSt. Louis at Chicago
(Postponed rain)

Memorial Day

Outboard Races

At Pedro Miguel

The annual Memorial Day Out-
board Races to be held next
Monday afternoon at the Pedro
Miguel Boat Club will begin
promptly at 2:00 p.m.
The Regatta this year will be
sponsored by the National Dis-
tillers of Panama which has
donated trophies for the first
place winners of each class. The
Agewood trophy will be awarded
to class A hydro. The Black Lab-
el trophy will go to class B hy-
droplane. The'Ron Oertez tro-
phy will be awardect to class B
runabout and the Castle Gin tro-
phy will be taken home by the
winner of class C runabout.
The National Distillers of Pan-
ama have also provided mer-
chandise prizes for second and
third place winners. All prizes
will be awarded in the dining
room of the Boat Club immedi-
ately- following the last race of
the day.
The last scheduled race on the
Memorial Day program should
prove very exciting for the spec-
tator as it will be tried for the
first time on the Canal Zone. It
is a novelty race In which all
drivers will stand on the shore
side of the dock and at the
starting signal they will run to
their boats, start motors and the
first boat to cross the finish line
after two laps will be declared
the winner. The public is cor-
dially invited to enjoy the races
at Pedro Miguel next Monday
afternoon. -



"oronto ....
Itontreal ...

Pct. GB
.703 -
.650 1i'a

.avana .... Z 10 .583 41/
Rochester .. 20 15 .571 5
SM lColumbus .. 16 19 .457 9
Richmond .. 14 21 .400 11
5- Buffalo .... 10 23 .303 14
I. 1. Lead W it iSyracuse ... 8 23 .258 15

Richmond 240 200 000-8 12 3
NEW YORK, May 25--(UPI- Syraduse 000005010--6 11 1
The first-place Toronto Maple Bickford, Connely (6,. Hemt-
a Leafs stretched their winning zelman (8ti Fine (8) and Wat-
streak to five In the Interna- lington; Snyder, Peterson (51,
.Edde JowAt tional League Tuesday night, de- Johnson (5), Lovenguth. (7),
eating the Buffalo Bisons. 7-3, Morehead (9) and Erautt. WP-
COMEBACK -Eddle Joost s-. but the second-place Montreal Bickford. LP--Snyder. HR--Ip-
ha hewRoyals kept pace by downing the polite, Kerns.
w thled was abr'4i Rochester Red Wings, 5-3, on -- ,
thW, blutat thger one- John Bucha's 10th inning rom- (8 Innings, called, rain)
t a'd 'Brtav at 'getting er.. Buffalo 000 002 01-3 13 0
ta laiand 'hortis tetfti The Leafs, who now have won Teronto 110 004 01-7 18 3
lay g shortstop for seven of their last eight games, Marlowe, Schults (61, Hahn
.- "ed x. rallied for four runs in the bot- (8) and Streull; Landeck, Birrir
tom of the sixth. Inning after (7), Hetkl (8) and Berberet. WP
N RdIOneV FOr the Bisons had knotted the score -Landeck. LP-Marlowe.
at 2-2 and then held on until -
rain intervened in the eighth. Havana 0001083100-5 8 3
hter O After the customary vting pe- Columbus 20000100 -3 11
A[nhtrriod, the game was called. ILadera, Moreno (6) and Noble;
.._ I L_ *pg~.L Arnold Landeck the first of Kume, Romberer f (6 ), Miller
SUp, Etluler three Toronto hurier, jieked up (7) and Roarke, Lakeman 6t).
the victory, his second against WP-Ladera. LP-Kume. HR-
!W'WW YORK (NEA) -no losses, while Disk Marlowe, Stewart, Noble.
Jaek Dempsey puts the ginger on who was knocked- out in the --
a ,reason for the poor fights tth, was tagged with the loss. (10 I innings)
ofsm.. In other action, the Havana Rochester 002 0010000-4-3 6
iitght-round semi final to- Sugar Kings downed the olum.- Montreal 10000200 -5- 13 0
t.he-ep place, Ma d i s o n bua Jet, 5-3, and the Richmand PUahol s, LHWE it t) and Bur-
i, worth only V IrWnaas made aa euly lead brink: Craig, (19) and
-. f former hea v y- stand for at A-8 -tdwtm over Bucha. P-Lud-
"In my time, a the yaue m chief. wi.
bat wat s waor from --- I aYW: -
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Sid .~Wo t e ven lert '1. fi.- In inrt and Lila PU. a_ u ivae l
S. e *a' e. .- Vii is"I a t 4.

Pierce (3-a). LQ.,.-
Folles. ..,
(Night Game) .,-
Bostorn 000 000o100--LI t
Baltimore 001 003 20x-- 10 0
Nixon (4-4), Hurd, Ke ,atner
and White.
McDonald (2-0), Moore and
(NIKht Game)
Wan. 0280000001-3 9 0
New York 100000 010-2 5 1
Stobba (1-3) and FitzGersald.
Grim, Sturdlvant (1-1), Ford
and Berra.
(Night Game)
Detroit 30ff003130-- 12 2
Kansas City 000 014 010-6 8 0
Gromek, Zuverink. Flowers,
Cristante, Foytaek, Fletcher, A-
ber (3-0) and Wilson.
Ditmar, Sain (0-83, Gonnrman,
l8eater and W. Shantz, Astroth.

Chicago AR R U 0 A
Carrasquel as .... 4 1 1 1
Fox 2b .......... 4 0 0 0
Groth ef ........ 3 1 1 6
Kell If ........... 3 0 0 0
Rivera rf ........ 1 0 0 1
Nieman rf, If .... 3 3 2 2
McGhee If ....... 0 0 0 0
Stephens 3b ...... 3 0 1 2
Dropo lb ........ 4 0 0 8
Lollar c ......... 4 0 2 7
Pierce p......... :4 0 0
--'"-- 4
Totals ,. 4 .S27:
Smith 3b ........ 3 0 0 2
Avila 2b ......... 4 0 0 .2
Werts lb ........ 4 0 0 4
Kiner If ......... 4 1 1 0
Doby cf .......... 3 0 0 3 0
Pope rf .......... 3 0 0 1 0
Dente as ......... 3 0 1 0 3
Foiles c .......... 3 0 1 15 1
Score p .......... 1 0 0 0 0
a-Majeski ....... 1 0 0 0 0
Narleski p ....... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals 29 1 3 27 .5
a-Fouled out'for S8ore in 8th.
Error Wertz. RBT Lollar,
Kiner, Carrasquel, Nieman. Sac-
rifice---Score. Left on base -
Chicago 6, Cleveland 3. Baseq on
balls-Pierce 1, Score 4. S.O.-
Pierce 7, Score 11, Narleski 1.
Hits off-Score 6 in 8; Narleskl
1 in 1. Runs and earned runs-
Pierce 1 and 1; Score I and 4.
Passed balla-Folles 2. WP-
Pierce (3-2). LP-Score (4-3).

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Mueller, N. Y. 33
Virdon, St. L. 27
Ashburn Phila. 23
Schoend t St. L. 32
C'nella Bklyn.. 36

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140 19 58 .393
106 29 39 68
80 18t 32 .360
123 2 44 .352
133 A8 45 ..38


Kueun, Detroit 36
Power, K. City 29
Kallie. Detroit 36
Mantle. N. Y. 35
Evers. Balti. 27

25 5' .377
28 43 .72
27 51 .359
40 41 .342
1217 .325

Zernial, Athletics ....... 11
Mantle, Yankees ....... 11
Snider, Dodgers ..... 11
Klufaewski, Redlegs .. 11
Campanglld, Dodgers ... 10
Campanella, Dodgers .... 39
Snider, Dodgers ......... 37
Kaflne, Tiers .......... PS3
Zemrnial,At. ucs ........ 32
Mantle, Yankee ....... 31
Mantle. Yankees ....... 40
Bauer, Yankees ........
8nider, Dodgers ........ 34
Smith, Indians ....... 34
Dark, Gial ........ 30

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haAd Summer STOEN
w com-Swaps, ,-, .,..By WARREN PAGE
Ofshootlag Editor
up as the most terrific speed F h reindeer are s dumb an
in Idatey between the IS their close cousins, the woodland -
o n oleta better the oasiis. caribou, then Sianta Claus had
rand- MVukovith of oN &better trade in Dnder and
no, the latter winner of the last Blitzen on A hilew nV-8 power
two races They ar the favorites. plant for his sleigh. In my book,
Now all tst Is required to co- the woodland caribou l, as an
plt the Derby analogy is some -- intellectual -iant, ranked right
one in a gl gas buggy to play along with moose. And oar-
the pad o a l tinly tried moose never won
This role easily could be taken any Phi Beta Kappa keye.
over a Jerry oyt of Indians In the ,fall of 1954 I was
us; Tony Bettenhaus a of prancing around the back coua-
Park, Il; Freddie Agabashian of INNER try of central Newfoundland
Burbank, Calif. They figure to be I V with a fine oldtimer, Uncle Mat-.
the challengers for the early lead, tie Jeddore. Mettle is a smart
but probably will be content to .woodsman well-versed in the
remain ia contending positI Lon W4VP ways of the caribou and mooke .
whfTe McQrath and Vukovich putl A M KEEP AN Y that feed in that Newfoundland
o a two-mat show.j T wilderness. And Uncle Mettle
"- nh ME/MOQIA.- PEELD. POR ro1iD couldn't give the caribou much hoof, a white-cam caibot
teut sAiything can happen with DAI CLA C AT f A MCGRATH of an IQ rating, either, stag, with his complex antlers ma
the 33 fastest qualifiers having it Ig PO ,, *i EWIN W .4M0APE* UPAS The first stag I saw on this a handsome create. e
out race am on a brick track WAY RAC trip was lying half asleep, his fectly adapted to life o
p to with front and back stretches of neT 7W11PAGODA, chin on the ground as a prop to barretns finds his, food of ma
(SAelphoto 3, feet, four turns at 1,0feet his antlers. For picture taking, and lichens eeryWher an
- a TO ABOUT rty-year-old key JOh and ataw at the ends of it was no trick to walk not and hi feet Ar the mate
an Adam makes a victory sign -after racuking up his .o30. c" eC feet. strip varies in width speak but walk--straight in to de for tt
ng victory at Chicago Adan 's sonar Joln R Atdame (left), from 50 feet la the straight stretch within 2 0 yards by keepin g a water-si meat- l
alm a jockey and Arnod- Kirkland r(right)? othe shoulder- to on the turns. A total of downwind and lining up behind And as eatn met-well if
a ohoy, a at in honors. cars bid for starting positions. a dinky spruce. Alert? Hardly there's any a more ts
hMost members of the big e a r Then a few days later, after than caribou b -strap quick
s fraternity expect a new race roe-. we'd glassed and discarded as sizzled in a little butter, I had
ord of 132 miles an hour. gai- too small in the rack or not yet to chew it. But he really h
McQrath, who has tried seven -...'.... -- white enough in the cape at notvery smarter the caribou .
times, never has been first pa~ at -. -.." 4/ A-. least half a dozen other stags, I (Distrlbuted by 7E, Seyleg)
mthe pagson sev those fin.l la r atthe lL a 7 PR_ B spotted the big one. So long as
course on the northwest Ine u. a"C.N AweTapproached upwind there REVIVE ROPH -
of Indianspolls. This despite the was no particular need for a
JO E W ILLIAM S fact that he set a new qualifying real stalk. Very likely the stag, NEW YORK -(NA)- The
recor t of 14LI.0 3 iles n hor :if he saw us at all, though t te Thomas J. Lipton Tropehy b
record of 141.033 ajlqs an hour a Wa
year ago and finished third despite ..-t. .... ... .... hump-backed characters Uwr- been reactivated a. l
-FRANCISCO.-- Excuse pleeie. Ve olly el. Still left mechanical.difficulties. This year in cser were a couple of bu-u the w e o this yas 1
a e one mere rp in hoerable rise fIght Movie pictures he broke his own qualifyin ee. nete cralibou ing him the Island, R.I., V ra
of same new Ion screen for le apleelti of good seNe" who pay Ord averaging 142.580 for we 10 Acomeon, sinre he fed steadily
miles with eelap at 14.783 a- in our direction until he ran in-
Iomly o eth sm-offkl rt l te n ek T oiert pn st strong winds Stengel Sees Sound M pill lefrom my m. Mash- ncno Today -
lovely l ff rl Rivals expect McGrath to r u n burn Magnum. In Clat
In order to dintbuse any ossitble misappr h the in- 140 in race traffic for the first 200, Fine rack, te, with 35 points U N rDES FOR
fluence here is not 'rsaco a historic and literate- C town but or until a pit stop for tires is ne- am e e fine hotels .a brow prongs. IVE BaS iE
an evening spent in the c op a of Burgess Merhlth' del-ht- esary. k o I n gf SItha ti a e a r a een Ab
ilJ y wise and amusing Saklni--al as Sakini would undounbted- Ji)a AU Gm' e live long enough to acquire such t tn e
ly %ny, in comment on the opening paragraph: "Boss, awful waste Te Sgo attracts America's large. a rack-but that Newfoundland "Men of T Fightln lady
good white paper." eat sports turnout some h I ng By HARRY GRAYSON country Is not hunted hard, and
like 175,000. There are more than there are wolves on the island.
o the noon how, the aquire Theater in Market St, was 100,000 reserved seats and an ad- NEW YORK (NEA) The No. I can't give the woodland DEAL. Today .20, .
Forthel noon showut he rbo ul rd Theater ine Marke taelraim hmrsrvds eats and
mostly sta and mostly for Marcano, and the spectators were ditional 100 can be commno- Yankees had a bad two or three caribou much credit for intelle Delie Oarnc s, i
audible In their observations, some picture-eaquely so. dated in theI where days in the summer of 1950en, b en telg AGnMce BO ADma
Sa'utomebles may be parked. wile Cays te ge u am e ai n o b a the constant el awareneess a nd elf-
The film has been cuL for brevity, but as far as I was able is the K atekey Derby of while Casey te l was leading protective alertness that is c -thr and,
to tell, no attempt has been made to edit It so that either bat- racg. It's the first spring outing hem to the second of their five mn to mot of the deer tribe. e dI s
tier would look better or worse. for maM-westerners, a picnic for consecutive pennants. But he is a beautiful animal.
farmers and garage and fil I ng They say I'd be rushing that At about 450 pounds on the
rie .1 tar beyond the social niucttea tf i aquete, are .aOW ., Inimitable old manager. "If I -- -
bro 'tt 'Ink sharp, sustihied focW bY tiNV' caiumartfd the im- Prim mny, which rto b had my way, I'd bMing him up
pact evalp mo; eviolently dramatic thin te wfirt ftg wpil l exeed 0,00 for in the sa hbw ean
pressina rVgiterbidat ringside. d year, includes
The two transgressIons which seemed.-oPetthe th in lap prizes distributed t he Clad in sweatshirt and base-
journalists meset (It may be safely aume ditheyo pa rimnsh basis of $= to the leader of the ball ants, 01' Case led us out of
Couelt bit, to) mae grapcly pja d, ati lo wne race at Oe saG of each la There the tadunim dressing. room and
Cockeil a bit, teo) se graphically projected, and ene, whon Jare 200 laps. Vukovich, he al l. down the runway to the dugout.
Mrcdano belts Cocke while he In. alows, is repeated In la slow me a Use r laps. Vukotieb onea. d them Istands out theree" r
tin. There are om foreign cars, buthe said, pointing to right field,...
The bell ending the sixth round is distinctly heard over the a touch of international a t m o hIl"upstairs I mean. Hitting one up
clamor of the crowd, but Marclano, who has the British cham- irb wi leapoided byI hS ch Well, I'll phow you ao ballplayer
pain in a corner, continues to take batting practice on chin Homer aehart's arty, w Well hit the ball over them
pounchet get home before the referee moves In. every nation in the western hemi- stands.
Marciano explained he hadn't heard the bel, and since it out there," he went on, switch-
ij generally agreed he is not a ditty fighter by intent or malicl- Vukovich is attempting to b e- ing his motion in that direction.
ous definition, he is entitled to benefit of the doubt. I must re- come the first man to win three "DiMaeglo hits one in there now
peit, however, the bell sounded loud enough for everybody in a consecutive 500's. The late Wilbur and then. Pretty good, huh?
spacious, crowded theater to hear. Shaw and Mauri Rose, the on I y Well, I'll show you a ballplayer
two to win two straight, failed in who'll hit the ball over them."
quest of the third. Shaw hit the WHY
wall when a right rear heel col- Pressed as to the identity of
THEATER FIGHT FANS la i ose's magneto failed. this superman, Professor S8tengel
PENas pit work i extremely im- muttered something about his
portant in the 500 because all being out of Joplin. The name
The reaction of the theater audience was one of hasty t. drivers will ind i needs was Mantle, or metng like RETREADS
sulrited approval, which seemed to say, "Thnis nthe way men make two and p r o b a b ly three that.
should fight, especally heavyweights. Rules are for panty waists, stone for tires and fuel. Stengel had seen Mickey Man- give new tire safety.
and whack him again, Rocky, he' still breathing." There is no time out in a u t ttle at pre-tralning season school
In the mat ipmedlately to my right sat agentleman of am- mobile racing. in Phoenix that klnng, you see,
pile dibepWIns who chupiled quietly to hinadlf all through the just hoped he would live long Mickey Mantle
fm. H6 was alone. e sat with his hands folded -across his I. Sound for a change and with the benefit of spring training
ftum-tum.". He kepthll eyes called to the screen.U
turn-turn. He kept his e ailed to the reen.enough to manage him in the But when The Mick swept the
I thought it odd that the tempo, or key of the gentleman's American League. set With the White Box with a
chaukMad never varled. This was even true' when 'the fkr The Yankees returned' from 400-fooot grand slam home run,
speeiteal.uident In the fight appeared on the screen, the Arizona the next spring with the Stengel allowed that the deep-
long, senter-fleld right hand whisk draped CokeD ever the more conservative in ecstasies cored blond might arrive two I. The smooth tire is thoroughly inspected before .
middkl strand last before the bell in the eighth. The mone- about the greatest prospect they yeArs ahead of Dickey's schedule.,
tones one-note chuckle contimued, lIke a determined trumpet iaA, r .s... UDL By DEANS RARDON had ever set eyes on-talking The Mick's three home runs in work is done.
player praetIclag to achieve a cartal, partilar, eluive effect. Wrltt1a for Nqa Service Hollywood describing the swich- the one game against the Tigers 2. Same high-quality tread material as used in
In due course, this sort of thing becomes an IrrItation, and, 24 Itears n Natiosnal Leaue hitting, 19-year-o I d Mantle's -two from the left side of the
QUSTION,: What is the dif- power, speed and arm. plate and the other from the new tires is carefully applied
urbidden,.aenters your consckmaousness. It does about the same ference between obstruction and But somehow the youngster right-were still fresh in Sten- 3, Scientific control of time and temperature
thing to youtir nerves as the fellow upstairs who hasn't yet drop-ference from the binc mines where Ms- lm
ved the other ahoe. It develoVed our friend was looking ahead inteswference-s A ban r s ob s from the zinc mines where loma gel's mind. Tree-mendous! asures toughness and maximum wear.
to a great blme Joy n the next rod. The returned structed by a fielder. nost In pos meet failed to live up fully to Mantle was 14 for 30 in the 4. Final inspection inside and outside -
chuskling was in savoury anticip.tion. session of the ball. A baserunner his early promise. His prodigious eight games against the west in assures safety.
wa ed as wi n ee r i fielder Saddled y one of the most raising his season's mark from 5. Save up to more than 50% of what a new

atsets what I wanted to se," suddenly exploded Mr. The runner from first base goes struck out much too frequently. "Mantle is sound for a change," FIRESTONE INTERAMERICA CO.
l O t oh goop k gto thr, explains Stengel, "an d had
1bnman's head off." end In' doing mo sai is out on When he struck out, Mantle spring training for the first time Automobile Row 39, Panama
appeal pla Doe the batter re- hung his head... appeared and since he reported in 1951."
Mr..-Chackles' very words. And uttered IS 5 voice Mother '1 ceive credit for a hit? Bob acted down. Osteomyelitis in his left shin Tels. 3-4563 and 34564
tachrue would have had no difficultreconiingBrad. The Oklahoma kid has not yet kept Ments out of the Army. A eu
It's a disheartening thing to get A. No a e batter is learned to run the bases well, so collapsed right knee requiring PANAMA: Serviclo Peru Auto, S. A. (Pass)
aed bunt takes as much out of charged with a tIme at bat, too. does not completely utilize da:- an operation had him limping COLON: Auto Accesorlos
you as a mile run. Q. Btan Hack of the Cubs sling speed. and in and out of the lineup Sterling Garage
SLOW MOTION STORT It's a disheartening thin to get fimed this season when a game Not a few expressed the opin- until June. 1952. Because t h e
all set, drop the bunt and take in which he was leading, 3-0, ion that the quiet blond lacked knee was still sore he could do CHITRE: Agencias Max D. Ullos
In slow motion the pnch has the look of a flagrant foul. off for first bas--only to flaid was called at the 1of three the me1r tion to take his place only light work in tralnink in SANTIAGO: Estacl6n Sans6n

down all srosph the setult. n fat to Mpat, Msin slow motln, ad a S-lt 34 Stewa there any standard mspare can Krichell, the New York club's ing basketball. A cyst developed
In om a 4, n s marked. Tefsee t- Up fit la thUe J & walked. go on for this-it-4liek Jckman. chief scout. "They can't shoot in back of the right knee In Jan-
ihfhter o M itir't you s himh, but th 5sIlqlmeoe r A. The fles ablte at umpires him out when he lays the ball uary of '4, and he limped
unt-roug was for oostoss ud weother- a' a ltlnag l when hes 25," predIcted Bill the is alive, let alone potentially
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(NEA Telephoto)
WHITE HOUSE VISITORS Former French President and Mme. Vincent Aurlol (center) are
greeted at the White House door by President and Mrs. Eisenhower as they arrived for a lunch-
eon engagement.
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UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT Members of #ic U.S. Supreme Court poem in Washing-
ton. Left to right (seated): Associate Justices Felix Frankfurter, Hug L. Black, Chief Justice
esar Warren, Stpnle F. Reed and William O. Douglas. Back row; Sherman Minton, Harold
H. Burton. Tom C. Clark and John Marshall Harlan.

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Senate Action On Postal Pay

Seen As

-President Eisenhower won aI
key legislature victory yesterday
when the Senate overrode bitter
Democratic protests and sus-
tained his veto of an 8.8 per cent
pay raise for 500,000 postal
The roll call vote was 54 to 39
-eight short of the two thirds
vote required to override the
President's veto. Eight Republi-
cans and 46 Democrats voted to
override. Voting to sustain were
37 Republicans and two Demo-
crats Virginians Harry F.
Eyrd and A. Willis Robertson.
Chairman Olin D. Johnston
(D-SC) of the Senate Post Of-
fice Committee led heated at-
tacks on the President and
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfield. He called an emer-
gency meeting of his group for
tomorrow to consider a new
Democratic-backed 8 per cent
raise proposal.
Noting the vote, Johnston
declared that "the federal em-
ployes of America cannot fail
to know which political party
Ia the party of the working
He accused Republicans of
sustaining the vote out of "their
terrible fear that the confused
man in the White House" will
not seek re-election next year.
The showdown came at the
conclusion of a dramatic Senate
session. The galleries were jam-
med with visitors and postal
workers, .Hose members and
senatorial employes.
It was the first direct test of
strength between the President
and the Democratic-controlled
94th Congress over a veto. The
House and Senate Invited the
test bY passing the 8.8 per cent
blil despite repeated veto. warn-
Democrats charged during the
bitter debate that the President
was sold "a rotten bill of goods"
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-.4f,'. uy oaUUm'ImCITU. Republicans
NEW YORK May 25 (UP)-Sen. or heating es tlwere best of more than 500 cities, towns and countered that the President
Estes Iefauver (DTenn) open- sellers on the ve market communities ha d porno and umerfeld are trying to
ed an investigation of Juvenile de Kefauver opened the proceed- graphic materials were distrubut- improve the postal system.
linquency here yes terday "with the ins by reading prepared state- ed widely among juveniles in Johnston told the Senate the
chargwitnesses that sex crime and per. ailed ot control. which h said he waned mostareas. other, alone, did per cent bill he will ask his
and movies are corrupting c il-to present a nationwide picture of $250,000 worth of business in one committee to approve tomorrow
version amogst every villagen are the pornography situationrather year in "dirty" pictures and books s "more of a compromise than
creasmleting bthe nation the traic thin to ingle out any one area or chdren, he sent d. I am in favor of. But he said
e He added, howeve incre thased New Yorkal n their Egan said he had en- Democrats are determined to
Kefarver's SenateJuvenile de- City was one of the main distribau c countered pornographic m a t e r. give postal workers a pay hike
nquency investigating subcommit- tion centers for smutty literaturei i during youth scussion mis- this year.
tee hoead charges by friendlyl" which there federal government has ss to Cincinnati; Louisville, Ky; Asked if e thought the Presi-
that sex cried nd per. failed ot control. osto Wshington, DC.; och- dent wouldRemoving
sitn il ar ester, .Y. and other cities in the new bill, Johnson said "I don't
version among children are i n-
creasing because of the traffic in The traffic in pornography has -ait wo years. see how he could quibble over
sude photographs and smutty lit-1 been growing by hundreds of' When he sent two boys out to it." He said the proposal would
,erature solo on school playgrounds .-thousands of dollars annua 11 y buy some "real filthy literature," cost about 160 million dollars a
nd in corner candy stores. since the war," he said. W h ii ee said, "inside of an hour they year, 20 million less than the
G en. Longfellow Transfe rre d wingsexbrought back some pictures. I vetoed bill.
One witness testified children crimes have increased within, 'mean the kind that shows unnatu- Democrats termed the 8.8 per
a'e aring in lewd movies. AI most unbelievable rapidity." ral sex relations." cent bill a compromise between
hoc mother said she found a Mrs. Thomas told about the in- a larger ay boost wanted by
pornographic version of the o"Jigg Kefauver then began question production to pornography or ju- Congress ayd a 7.6 per cent hike
Brigadnd Maggie" comic strip iDon Loher ing Th e prses Among them ere recommended b la the ad ns-

ellow, Canal Zone Health D- study for several years and wa w m T and stalled later at the south
13-ear-old sons dungarned to ee the pock- complete N Chumbris, ast years getting things ready for tration. The east sidewall originally
et. It had been bough e complete a l of Unthe Sverat of Indian withe l aunry and was going through
school grounds for 40 assignments, here. a bahelor Dano ienc Ean a Francis- the pocketor s o my 13 year olas been let
He will be priceesededt fromby Col- holds th e degree o ymf master o r of -redungarees Faure tod Canal Comany .
School at Garrison, N.Y.: M r s these books," she said. "I thought16 For Kemoying

onel Charles 0. Bruce who la public health from Yale Univerr counseled with Iterior Mi ry Bids o n s work will be
A Roman Catholic priest said Helen 0. dpThomas, a Rutherford they wernd e kids' omffic P to opened Je 17 10 .
e sent two boys ut n a street NJ mwithother keepin order hereren and Constructiono ve children, and loDirtor.insianwasur.
in Cleveland to buy $5 worth of Dr. benjamin Karpman, chief psy- pr.sed."
lewd literature andrthey a m echotherapist at St.aszabment h'Earlier th week Faur said her son told her Repar work on thehe wasBalboa
back with filthy pictures. Meo n a wit Hospital, Washington, D ould given the books by a friend whout Pumping P lant building will
A psychotheralpst said pictur.-C.... ... "B"
strip to the Can ald wo men in chain Chumbru said been inves o grounds The to helar said he bought Bids for the renewal of the
S'th D on. of r e books for20 cents each from t b fender unprotected its at the Mira-
era Long flow l Tnn the Offe o y sto500 re of the Army of pair of theLo metal windo w rahto
is second f te B on General o the God." agents d the Pumping Plantg of gldin in
each, she testified. i Balboa, are now being advertis-
Mrs. Thomas said herofficial have the window Cad door.
Sold son told her that he would later feature wl be
o surgeon general's Officrak. He books.ay p ngt ca for the uae o 14
Sl F replacing of the crib fenders
l--0 -- ]? ... IS ......specific only the construction of
Brigadier General Don Long-1The program had been under I will ehe "lnaits....unc trnsfelve
fellow, Canal Zone Health D.I-study for several year i. and was a Ta Lnd i ld athe t trhe sof
rector, will be reassigned to the completed late las.t year. fi Ilu| oirons end of the eat sidewall of Mi-
Off ice of the Surgeon General General Longfe-low, a nativeR raflores Leoks by the Panama
of the Army In Washnm n early of Indiana,.Is a graduate of rTa..LLJ ll Canal Company. This is Pa e
In July when he completes a the University of Indiana with.m I V IU ie first tlome the construction of
three-year assignment here. a bachelor of science and doctor'n'bli the crib tenders a been let
of medicine degrees. He also ALGIERS, Algeria, May 25 (Up)out for contract by the Panama
He will be succeeded by Col- holds the degree of master of -Premier Edgar Fiure t o d y Canal Company.
onel Charles 0. Bruce who is public health from Yale Univer consulted with Interior Ministry Bids on this work will be
nAow on duty in the Office of the sty and is a diplomats of the and defense officials in Paris to opened June 17 at 10 &ni m in
Secretary of the Army. Col. Amerliln Board.of Preventive consider how to reinforce the 100 .-the Balboa Heights Administra-
t.ce was a visitor to the lath-1IMefdin and Public Health. 000 man security fOrce chargedition Building by the Engineer-
inms early this yea when heII _with keeping order here. ing and Construction Director.
acMompanied Secretary O -6 nthe1 ..i. tohi. list asjginment Earlier this week Faure said he Repair work on the Balboa
Arm Robert T. Stevens on a with the Canal Zone Govern- would pull a French division out:Pumping Plant building will In-
trip to the Carnal miMont._S h e..d been on duty asof Germany to help stem theeclude the repair of the asphalt
_' .Iba Division. of re- wave of terrorism caused by the protected metal roofing, the re-
.Ge neral.lgi ..IsNOW=-pveM n In the Officeonly 1,30W rebels of the "Army of pair of the metal window sab
SwysL yt aseod 0MN pmoonGeeral of the Go." and the replacing of glassin
%" &me_. AV.Howevc -. allid officials b a v e the windows and doors.
_ aon duty Adth theswam indicated to FsOu that he would later feature will be proiins lt. sIsv8.gVM... ,, i.a Ogr-tuate o the mader Genera N Alfred N Gruen.-are to be furnished. One
Hopita. i", o.Of aska. l. .He ober's okaY. b4ae pulling the calls for the ue of 1%4
Iul.j p sh atBeilvue Pnach tb out of the central thick ribbed wire glass _as_-V
% now orl. M sKD Work VCt. lC pm tbepve S.H.A.P.-. second for the a U os f/
a e with the,-. 1 .pA lseudy no Frenchlthick rbbd wire laism
hnRUsaLu h ?; W. been B reida project
..: ,Iopened at 1atI s a- m

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approved a 10.per cent hike, the
House 8.2 per cent.
During the debate, Johnston
said the "poor, misguided and
confused man In the White
House" never should have ve-
toed the pay bill.
He said in an impassioned
speech that the issue was
"whether to yield to the com-
plete domination" of the admin-
istration or "stand up and fight
to preserve the prerogatives of
Sen. A. S. Mike Monroney (D-
Okla.i said the Senate was vot-
ing to "sustain the vanity" of
Postmaster General Arthur E.
Summerfleld. If Congress sur-
renders legislative powers to the
heads of government agencies,
he said, the House and Senate
might as well be abandoned.
But Sen. Frank Carlson (R- i
Kan) ranking Republican on the


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saucer-like object taken by War
his New York City home. Siegmi
Jeanrine Boulller when she not.
sky. Slegmond said the craft wh
it. its sharp metallic glitter faded,

French Horse

Wins 176th En

EPSOM, Eng., May 25-(UP)-
Phil Drake, a French horse own-
ed by Mrs. Suzy Volterra, charg-
ed to a one and one-half length
victory today In the 176th run-
ning of the English Derby.
panaslipper from Ireland was
second and favored Acropolis
finished third in the mile-and-
one-half classic, which is used to
determine prizes in the Irish
.spi1tal Sweepstakes.

'.n (NRA Telephoto)
ai F Mrs. Mathlds
i lm M to hrte us a
WM though she la 71.
wjhen Informed ashe
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oRebet am
Moeow. and
an oppof.t
once dpgali
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W ere m'
on the ins-tiqt f w'
Stevenson ff this
record on disa e bee
a creditable one 'rt'
we have yet spelled ott arly
the world that we km .-tha
mankind, rhas crossed~ di
vide, that that comrth
stake of survival, every other in
terest is minor and. every other
preoccupation petty."
"On this great issue," he said,
"I fear we have too often been
perfunctory where we should be
passionate, more cynical t h an
zealous, tepid and torpid where we
should have dedicated our be st
energies and our highest purposes.
And saber battling and bellicose
speeches have' at times distorted
and obscured our peaceful purpose.

Wartime Welder
Truman W. Ashby
Dies In Indiana
News of the death of Truma
Weaver Ashby, former employ
of the Mechanical Division, h
just been received in the Ca
nal Zone.
Mr. Ashby died May 3 at Ha
mond, Indiana. He Was 58 y
According to the, message
celved 'here, death was ca,
by .a coronary bolt60ion..
Mr. Ashby was a native
Auston, West Virinula.
4 wae sas a mn s e
trio' Welder te echani
Division in 3. 1' 1,42.
., his wit

Tit &eA. 01:50 a..
,az, p.m. l11 p.

TODAY --'.75 .40
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victoryy For Ike

Post Office Committee, called on Democratic proposaL He is in a
the Senate to "stop shadow-box- position to give it priority over
Ing" and pass a bill the presia- he Carlson bill.
dent could sin. .When the President vetoed the
He offered a bill to grant bill last week, he said it was un.
postal employee an average raise fair and too expensive, The
of about 8 per cent, retroactive measure would have added a-
to March 1. The President has bout 180 million dollars a year
said he disapproves any boost to the Post Office's payroll. The
above 7.6 per cent, but Carlson veto was the first affecting ma-
said he is sure the President jor legislation by the President
would accept his measure. since Democrats assumed control
Johnston and other Demo- of Congress last January.
orate countered with a new Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Demorte proposal, also pro Minn) hided the administra-
Demoeratlo proposal, also pro- en for its willingness to ac-
-viding for an 8 per cent bike. ton for a 7 willingness to ac-
Their proposal included many cept a 7.6 bl now after oppos-
of the administration's recom- ing a 5 per cent increase last
meedatlons but would main- year.
tain the Democratic po msition Sen. Joh~O. Pastore (D-RI)
n th De ocrrtain m atic position d the dirrence in cost be-
Johnston said in 'advance of tween the vetoed bill and Carl.
ohnstonaidn o"adva ne ofen's bil Is only 8 million dol-
the veto vote that he would call la. He declared thi ton ola
an emergency meeting of his small amount for "the biggesto
committeee to consider the new give-away administration in the
history of America."

+' + "i Arllngluv Funeral

For Dr. Nelson

Planned Tomorrow
Funeral services for Dr. Wal-
". ter 0. Nelson, former Chief of
the Preventive Medicine and
Quarantine Division of the Ca-
nal Zone Government, who died
suddenly t Wednsday in Bal.
,.. boa, wil M hoeld t rrow at
S10 sam. 'Arlingtss National
one o* t hI oCrmn M be, I
e .. o condUted ha the ovd with
d .dw ful mM Altmrrmofal.
.eher t. he was t"n o e u ilt

sthme C al btee tl

iBecause of the ebton nve ha-
Dr. pubic of Panama as a

the Canal Zon eebyO te
States(Publlfsalth Siene.

er of the work of his IvIsIonphotos of a flying .li
medicalren Slegmond from the roof ofprofession in the Re-
publiciced the strange object in the Ithe

eeled as he was photogrs of a flyphing

,it became a blur and vanished. Naval Oporaions
Phil Drake uporamon5
knots") Burke was nominated
by President Eisenhower today
Sr to succeed Adm. Robert B. Car-
glish D erey as Chief of Naval Opera-
Burke, 53, was nominated for
-- a two-year term, with the rank
An estimated 400,000 persons, of full Admiral, starting Aug. 16.
including Queen Elizabeth, the Mr. Eisenhower nominated
Duke of Edinburgh, the Queen Adm. Arthur W. Radfdrd for an-
Mother and Princess Margaret, other two-year term as chair-
witnessed the event. man of the Joint Chli of staff.
Phil Drake was 10 to 8 in the Gen. Nathan F. T't ng was
betting. Panaslipper was a 100 nominated for reap eintment
to 1 shot. while Acropolis, own- for two-year.term As Air Force
ed by Alice Lady Derby, was the chief of Staff.. ....
11 to 4 choice nOf th e huge In picking Burke, Mr. Esen-
crowd. choic hower jumped the f us World
Mrs. Volterra became only the War II destroyer lae. r over 90
third woman to own a Derby admir als vice aan l earf
*inner In the lqng history of mras whor ahead of
Britain's most famous horse him in seforitd.
race. Her husband sent many The wus las Carneyl
horses across the channel in past who was 60 last fI ,would
have ben unable fill out an-
years to win major Englsother full two-y rm prior
stak-e to reaching normn I0vy retire-
Most English bettors were ment age. re e n the
rooting hard for Lady Derby, Normal retiree, b g e In the
whose family fundethe Navy Is 60, but witS? peclal se-
se family founded the race. tion by the Secre of Navy
But the 93-year-old dowager ,thi, can be C te.t Of N the ta
sadly watched her Acropolis, a 2. This o i be done
handsome colt, flounder home hn later for ford is now 59.
third place. t o d i w
Lady Derby, confident that came it s e R member
she was going to leadi in theoh Cne presented chiefs of
winner of the race founded. by staff to w speedJoward re-
her ancestors 175 years ago took tirement after g it lnto pub-
up her place at the unsaddling le cn other s
enclosure in the paddock but a
fine burst of sped~g by Phl Dea Gen Matthew 3. y, wh
In the last furlong deprived her dsaq.ed withm readma
of that honor. cuts --.--- bh m
Instead, the honor went to vi- at.
vaclous Madame Volterra, who -. A
was bubbling over with eof-y VFW Post 3S5
dence even before the lt.. .e --. ,
which her late huband Tn 1Hold Elections
trbed to win for several years. -w
Her victory Mwas T onal tA1 7
cheered as II o of t behe- TOni f ..
tratned saS hadTW. 5 .1agb The f l Wi. oa
manyof tefat ins. tha% ab t

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