The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00753

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Park LTake to escape muggy, 80-degree heat .yniclh had the city swell
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Local yuake

Upped Water

Consumption

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If you heard an unusual num-
r o toilets flushin early this
trying, you weren't, the only


I'sTORMNG hTEPLE -. The first stage in the coJlet6
toration of the hurricane-wrecked steeple of hintarcOld .r.
Church in Boaton gets underway with the arrival of the fruMV-
work (foreground). The heavy framework will be h ousted aft
Iby a crane.


Elks To Boost C'ocet Fund

With 2 Showi This W MAkend
Tbi 1*M cancer gf-tingde the iddlanp, g A. Tfly.
Casme Ze w,*1 get pe of the big. Ernd- '-_ ulous shbo
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LU after, the oake. S
S nieers ai today the? no-
t h before ., thst foli owing a
uake during the night there Is
a sudden.drain on the water
arytems of both Panama and the
Canal Zone. Last time they
thought-a water main broke.
But .apparently it was only the
natural reaction of sleepy citi-
sons who are rudely awakened
In the wee hours of the morn-
The Balboa Heights seismo-
graph recorded this morning's
earthquake as the "heaviest" to
rock the Isthmus in several
years.


According to the Hydrographic
Office it was classified as be-
tween Intensity IV to V on the
modified Mercalli scale which
means it was felt by "practically
everyone."
Same Panamanian residents
who were sound asleep around
1:11 a.m. said they felt two dis-
tinct tremors whila left them
badly frightened and shaken.
Dishes rattled, pictures shook
crazily on the walls and foun-
dations seemed to waver, they
reported.
A Zonlan, who says he was in
a parked car at the time ex-
claimed:. "Who's makingg the
car so hard?"
A sober resident of Ancon who
lives in a concrete hope said he
got te distinct Impression his
abode was about to slide down
a hill.
One light-sleeper .awakened
his wife and told her to evacu-
ate their house before It caves
in.
Although It was estimated that
the 'epicenter of the quake was
about 50 miles from Balboa
Heights (probably southwest or
south), b oth .des of the Isth-
mus felt thathuakq.
The recording began at 30
oeends past 1:11 a.m. and
continued until 1:20 but there
were only about twoe lnutes
of this time when the Ibtea-
skty was strong enough to be
felt.
The last time an earthquake of
Intnuity IV was felt on the
Isthmus was in April, 1954, Bal-
boa Heights reported.
o property daMage has been
reported.
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8 Percent Postal Pay Raise


Approved By Senate Group


Tornadoes Wreak Death,


Ruin In Southwest States
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UDALL, Kan., May 26 (UP) -I
Tornadoes left a tragic path of
death and ruin In three south-
western states today.
One twister all but wiped this
village off the map in the worst
such disaster ever to hit the
"Cyclone State" of Kansas.
The estimated death total was
set at 79 and authorities feared
it would mount. Hundreds were
This was the boxscore of dead
and Injured in the devastation
which struck last night In Kan-
as, Oklahoma and Texas:
Udall and vicinity-43believ-
ed dead, at least 200 injured.
Blackwell, Okla.-20 dead, 150
to 200 injured.
Cheyenne, Okla.-two dead.
Sterling, Tex.-14 feared dead
In a bomber crash.
Udall. a village of 610, suffer-
ed the most savage blow. State
highway police said an estimat-
ed 40 persons were killed when
the twister demolished a home
for the aged.
Three_ more bodies were
brought to hospitals in sur'


V 10 Wrecords sho
edt f was theusi t deadly ta
nilo ever tgq the state

America Society

To Be Hodst Tonigh

To President Alas


President Rieardo Arias and the
First Lady will be guests of honor
this evening at a dinner-d a n e
sponsored by the American seele.
ty of Panama at El Panama Ho.
tel.
The formal affair Is scheduled to
start promptly t promptly at 8 o'clock. Mem.
bers of the American Society have
until 6 a.m. today to make reserv-
ations.
Members of President A r i a s'
cabinet and their wives and U. S.
Ambassador Selden Chapin also
will be guests of the society.
James Plaia, the president of the
society has requested that mem-
bers be present no later than 8
o'clock.
Luis Azearraga and his orches-
tra will play for dancing during
the evening.


Kansas. The worst previous en-
tire year of storm deaths was
1917, when 42 Kansans were kill-
ed.
An ambulance driver estimat-
ed that as many as 40 persona
died when the twister destroyed
one of the' town's three rest
homes. A State Trooped counted
25 bodies. Rowe himself said he
counted seven bodies near his
home.
Udall's two hospitals were fill-
ed to overflowing and an emer-
gency ward was set up in the
First Baptist Church basement.
Oklahoma National Guards-
men were called out In the area,
and the Red Cross and Salva-
tion Army had crews at work.
The heaviest-hit area was a 12.
block area in the Northeast sec-
tion of the city.
The storm then struck in
Kansas, along the same north-
easterly path. Tornadoes were
reported at Rock, Derby and
Udall, northeast of Blackwell
and southeast of Wichita, Kan.
ambulances _were called for at


BIkweU ftcity of i5,(0O
POpiDUtQ north central
Oklahoma, was aparently the
worst hit by the storm or storms
that develhped in the Texas
Panhandle' and hit scattered
Communities on'an arrow
straight path along the Texas-
Oklahoma border.
*The destructive f u n n e l
dropped out of muggy, stormy
skies in the Texas Panhandle.
Hail the "size of baseballs" hit
East of Memphis, Tex., where
the severe storm was first re-
ported.


Teenager Drive
A drive Is now on to collect
$300 through public subscrip-
tions to send the Canal Zone
Teenagers baseball club to the
VFW tournament in Hershey,
Pa. Prores sof the drive will
be reported here dally.
QUOTA .............. $3000
Received ............. 581
Still Needed $2419


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WASHINGTON, May 23 (UP)
-The Senate Post Office and
Civil Service Committee yester-
day swiftly approved an 8 per
cent pay Increase for postal
workers to replace the bigger
pay bill vetoed by President Els-
oenower.
After a political skirmish over
who should sponsor the new
plan, the committee unanimous-
lyapproved legislation intro-
duced by Chairman Olin D.
Johnson (D-SC). He would re-
place the 8.8 per cent bill killed
by the President.
The committee started from
scratch on a pay boost for the
nation's 500,000 postal workers
after. the Senate late Tuesday
refused bY eight votes to over-
ride the President's veto Qf the
original measure.
Jbhndton said his new plan
should be acceptable to the ad-
ministatlon "since it is so close
to what they wanted." White
House press secretary James C.
Hagerty declined to say how Mr.
Elsenhower felt about the bill.
The President has advocated
a 7.6 per cent increase with a
reclassification of pay schedules.
He said the 8.8 per cent pay
raise was unfair to some employ-
as and that Its estimated annual
cost of 179 million dollars was
too high. Johnston's bill would
cost 12 million.
Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kan)
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formally accepted a western bid for a Big Four conflt'
ence at the summit but accused the United States of dr -
ing'everything possible to wreck the meeting.
Soviet Foreign Minister V. M. Molotov called 'to
gather the three western envoys in Moscow and handed
them a seven-page note bitterly attacking the United
States but accepting the conference bid.
Informed sources said the Soviet note charged that
American "ruling circles" have declared themselves in
favor of a four-power meeting of chiefs of state on one
hand, and have done everything possible to cause It to
fail on the other.


It also accused the United
States of statements attacking
the "peoples democracies" of
eastern Europe and said this
seriously endangered success of
the conference.
France and Britain were notl
Included in the Soviet criticism,


an altermatre to th10 Il vetOt daia Charge d'Efres
The mmittee ted Cr ai M. Walmsley, Jp.
son's b on a strict -4 par reiteratd t Russlan pro-
line vo, WIth the" pot posal that the Bi Four meet n
wrang out of the way, Vienna.
thn roved the Johnston I The text of the. od was not
simla mot respects to released immediately. The Soviet
Republican measure. 'Foreign Ministry called a press
The Johnston bill provides fo conference later today
a base increase of 6 per cent Informed source sad the
l other benefits raising the soviet noterecalled that Aus-
= to 8 per cent. The Increase trima Chancellor Juls Rabb
would be retroactive to March had also proposed that Vien-
e Johnston expressed hope ta na be the t meeting place.
Senate w d approve I e fIt was also understood that
next week. 'the Soviet note made the follow-
Chairman Tom Murray (D- ing points:
Tenn.) of the House Post Oiffite
Committee said he will Intro- 1) That the questions to be
ue "in a few days" a bill call- discussed at the conference be
.ng for an average 7.0 per cent proposed by the heads of gov-
boost, Just what the administra- ernment and later worked on by
ton wants. a meeting of the Big Four for-
eign ministers.
2) The date of the conference
Thief Vol Injured should be decided by previous
agreement.
I IIr The seven page note sharply
II Blou ny Leap; attacked the attitude of "ruling
Prcles of the United States" on
Fined $10 In Cour "e g Four conference.
It said the United States de-
In Rainbow City commissary flared Itself in favor of the
yesterday, Michael N. Tull was meeting on one hand but that


being questioned about the theft
of a chicken. The 26-year-old
Panamanian found the queries
hard to answer.
Struggling from the grasp of
commissary personnel, T ua 1
leaped from the mezzanine bal-
cony office and fell 12 feet to
the main floor of the building.
Stunned for a moment, he was
uin on his feet In a fewau aconds.


Canal Co. Seeks

Dismissal Of Suit

By Ship's Owners


As he dashed out the back door Panama Canal Co. attorneys
he ran almost into the arms of have moved for dismissal of a
a Canal Zone policeman who damage suit which grew out of
had been summoned to the the stranding of the motor ves-
scene sel Nonsuco on the west bank of
On the way to the police sta- the Canal last Aug. 15.
tion Tull made several other un- The suit was filed in April by
successful mattemptsto break a- the vessel's owners, the Victoria
ayessful attempts Milling Co., represented b y Van
In Balboa Magistrate's Court Siclen, Ramirez and de Castro.
yesterday afternoon he was sen- A total of $175,000 is sought by
tenced to 15 days in Jail for theft the ship owners who allege that
of the chicken, valued at $1.65. the accident was due to the
A fine of $10 was imposed be- negligence of the Canal Co.
cause Tull was trespassing In te The accident occurred between
commiausary.s buoys 66 and 68 in San Pablo
commissary. Reach.
It was claimed that tWHe water
While House Denies w calm, the wind slight, the
wIUI Hous enie weather clear, and that there
was no mechanical failure. The
suit also alleges that the Canal
Rumors Mrs. Hobby "o'* o..,
Unt Mrs. Hob y pilot had exclusive charge of
the navigation of the vessel.
ull Cabhne Aost Attorneys for the Canal seek
dismissal of suit on the ground
WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP) that it does not set forth or
-The White House denied cate- contain allegations sufficient to
gorically today published reports constitute a cause of action.
that Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby has
submitted her resignation Vas -I Polie
Secretary of Health, Education, Venezuela Pollce
and Welfare.
Press Secretary James C. H. Refuse ToI 0 Let
erty Issued the denial after *
talking with President sen- Christine Appear
hower and with Mrs. Hobby, who A
Is in Texas with her ailing hus- CARACAS, Veneuela, May 2X-
band. (UP) -Cbrisaue Joresen has
"We have had no resignation been refused permission to appear
submitted but his (Bobby's) con- in public epetales here, police
dition is critical and I can't tell announceto*day.
at this time whether that A teab l i aipressario was
mm will force Mrs. Hobby to said to havyeMd the former A.
yt e g go1nmeot," ngerty ar aderwema s
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on the other it did everyth .
possible to cause it to faiL t'-
Reliable sources said the ago
recalled particularly American
statements concerning the '4
"Peoples Democracies" of Bast-
em Europe.
It called
terterece in a ai. r


a athe mar.

a notes said the aUleged a t.
t seriously threatened' tne "
success of the Big Four confer-
ence. -
Britain and France were not
included in the attacks, It was.
reliably learned. ,

Lihl Drizzle

Marks inning

Of British VoHn


LONDON. 3y 28 (DP)-rit.i
mn voted to y In a x m l (
election that ws d &
chor Prime
waited so long to inerit
the Indatrnutibe Winieon
Churchill. '-''
The voting began at 7 s
under partly cloudy skieswttk
a alight drizzle tallies In'
south of London. It wil lddr
9 p.m. and the results shoub
known by tomorrow afterrt
The contest wax for 630
in the House of Commons wherI
the Conaervatlyes have beeft -
erating with a slim, 18 seat ma,
jority. The winner of the
tion is the party that
majority of Commons ats
Queen appoints the 'whnlBE
party's leader to be Prime IMII
later. -
There were 1400 candidates,
including a record number of 85
women, and for the first tine
in oenturie n Britan adry
candidate hWa opponent The
Communists were not an Iss-t--
they received only 23,00 tea-
in the last election.
Public opinion polls unan-
mously predloted victory for t*e
57-year-old Eden and his eon-
servatives who are pledged itt'
platform of peace. prosp1atW
and pro-Am itan policy. ew-
casts were for a Tory majotty
of from 50 to 100.
The weather forecasts-gener-
ally good with showers later to-
day in southwest .Wales .anl
northern Ireland-raised Labr ,
Ite hopes for a big turnout q1
the 34.852.471 rgstered voters.
The Socialists felt a bif v0*t
would help thLm.'
But the number was ,
to be considerably smaller
the 82.3 per cent vote In
last election in 1M1 when
Conservatives turned out
lee's six- e.r-od .asd1.
eminent, About 0MID-


were expected today.
'The final result will
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Vienne:-TMis a bitter story
Answer to Previous. Puh about GermUa chocolate. .. ,
To me, it expoes the myth o,
is Marxism more than all the and.
less pages I have read for this' *.
Is the story of the SeaT f obblings o
up man.,
This is the story of Vados al .fro bo tlaw
chocolate, which once was to Ger-"nr. h w g
many what Bershey is to Amlerica.l
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Sn Saxony, R asin-occupied Ger-
many, where it employes hundreds fo
e a 6 r ofs workers. Its owner has cfor1O
IFlower part 40 Tropical ret generations not only sold the moot W
Entanglement 47 Algerian city chocolate bars in Germany but
Egg-layers 48 Short letter been known as the most paternal
Locations 50 Eye part "boss" in the land. "d od v. ay
SSoundest 51 Stitched .tak.. And
mentally 52 Essential At Vadossi, a worker did not o sef _. s ae
SQuartrback being just sell his labor. He was con.. O uW bama,t
Asiatic palms 55 Adjective considered a partner in the enter- etion
5 Metal money suffi praise. Nowhere in Europe were bei o
working people treated more kind., a
ly-and nowhere did profit-sharin a A&-A t- l WeS
mean as much as it did at low" -M
Vadosal. After many years. It be- r
came virtually a cooperative.
The "old man" was permitted
to stay at the head of the. firi
when the Red Army moved in.
Hedi nt too lo. o8h. cchad taC
no he, nso he Y Ise
his workers. This was really com- reached t the University of
munism in the cruelble in a Com- eMaio
N >-1 munlst-controiled land. Tbhe worPk- dh aitd h h bs a ehjW Ii.a o
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give their property tori the trk"
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pmever m h nthepmu d usthe ?t 5 ie at 1,440 a year, bi l deal, and withte travam of yes eswar, t t on the government pa nt s ii a
to tU polr e de it tok em a w l t m I s new about four years out 29 years a g tim ad It $ I 13.T ed W ee r l i r C
ct o Ito find out I wasn't an accountant. of co le and am main a red- creeps out. And s some wa s pin Twin Falls, but has recently ine t s a t. Inte oas.A
S.So you become a hitchhiker, hot Od lks a week, wlch wS glad nobody offered mr been in the East visiting friends elal task force headed ben
---ln'n ads owb a i e..a hreg a ve fig was hieo don. iI lo be yvook kim a to start I wanve and relatives. L k has
n ehet mnSt I nt oe." m captive t no overtimee-and then your con- ha e been on a county k,4 William Caaml o-rmer e en hert aand eI. Ts e Cro iese
--oe, I.. .told,. r ah In -thtohaoman of the Repmubcn State meds have itresented sa sh a it


s.tru gg.e ... mIvn i. The tr ii mmloee ofda Ida ahore, has be tent hant Ametn proagandau
very- c,., -s o'rawing around $5,000 a year y-W -n -ditrhatIafter one per"-

Sadt th workers ow s ryino hs. oey n he tin h rl
are wiet btmedwoA.B The govh- alteri W i nch lltthe IoN ew w- Yonrkthough stl actively enr fg normanol e bnativesM
dores t orwero They gloveenr-to hde po ltie r el -ese It age t eb.best.dt owroiaitf e n. st a aFo.u.in. "


rmeat knows t too. o the storm h A- a .t' im. aed Stump hs. p.toromt Mor
Troops are not moved in. They try a l of tots at Harvey, t1. l solo Cmies salo_ e k. i to rtW ou-
iDto stanr e workers out instead.r ... ... S. o won h tol h ..n. .a.. t.a lywksI Wobs n Wedbwest"... y e the number of American Navy


Sllroaway ige to Na o I q h e to hadat am all Arei o ign ors staw
Vadosi has become a symbol n $ aa the "u Niht" Thek .iEn i eP w awea r m e u op uonbl" i w ea._ntda u os,: ri ht,, aIsei e toCI.r enA t.Oeen d. .eb
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.-it etjeIrw atu tran don ad lambate Ine ast of ar donm with cthem" (FDR detnd _otse r -nn -Ssheowr ("m t.m n aolowlig t t o ansp ab o u
)The ayad .eo le -I-iwo n .am Iwhen tIre roo k eas ve Pop-a in.it, now In r t r ni d Year. n (Yce n] tha t with his Smile.)1 G1ra l t- I S ser)fw..ant J ohn Co s de fdriv Frd mo a kbuWtm natsl
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wro 1 kers. g boim d "ar e Yo a nd w ound eu vn Nower StoprLovn g You"heow tok csti n gtoeha ve wt ak Iers essay. e a gaoln e arr bs t el T w at s tomin stigatert

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dwstaot They res toake st dy. Th loal d t o luent t:hink fAmm .oindntar (o.nly arew a Tat.nmhato is atAecn
depo ford th da. setC tiBth so Noonn o't iaJthaere' any uo.5d Se'tory dorisln el g r rn t s lucceetd fry( th e 1 s l,, ',,i"', M ted
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clothed Whbe she limped
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posure even iff she was
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Tr Despair AsSearch' 3 New Executive

SCripped Girl VPs Appointed

ay daughter had fallen into the hands By race Com any
p lots of a deviate. NEW. YORK, May 26 -Andrew
of fg ad .B. ,Shea, J. C. Griswold, and A.S.
foday to "She was so friendly to every- Rupley have been named execu-
o country- one-too friendly," Mrs. Singleton tive vice presidents by the board
ie of find- said. "We earned her many times of directors of W. R. Grace & Co.
Singleton but it didn t do any good." The positions have been created
as part of the company's current
lots, dip- The father earns $70 a week at realignment of executive responsi-
) low they his factory job. Mrs. Singleton abilities. Announcement of the ap-
li cents e said she- has been working nights pointments was made over tbh e
small Ar- to save enough money for an oper- weekend by J. Peter Grace, pres-
rho turned action on Jeanie's left leg, which is ident.
f the hunt shorter than the right as a result All' three men are members of
ir-oM girl. of her illness the board of directors and each is
ihaed ______ the head of a major filed of the
ed company's activities..
feve, Shea heads the foreign group
i%.on w Fhile v BmirotIers' which includes manufacturing, ag-
''^ V?' *,. ricultural,agencay, .ad trading op.
-hi"s :.. "wationsi Latin Amerca., and is
S S president of Panagra (an Amer-
SMedB /Ie.. s lean-Grac Airways, Inc. )
IU Lt Med4lCe S Griswold heads the domestic
S' roup U.S. which includes Foster
IOWA CITY -'(UP) When and Kleiser Company, the second
the last of A. W. Berryhill's 10 largest outdoor advertising con-
found a- children finish at the University of cern, and Griswold and Co. Inc.
ing to de- Iowa here in 1957, five will be in general insurance brokerage firm.
m u-g g y the medical profession. He also supervises the company's
in light interest in the G r a c e National
off to The "medical family" started in Bank.
1. 1951 when Boyd, now 41, enrolled Rupley is the chief financial of-
ids a n d in the college of medicine. He is a ficer and heads the financial
nce have pediatrician at Eugene, Ore. Sister group which includes the treasur-
during the Marion is P nurshig instructor at era's, controller's, and administra-
cials fear- Hendrick pMeorial hospital, Abi- tive controls divisions.
ied of ex- lene, Texas. Heading.4he chemicals group is
only lost Charles E. Wilson, chairman of
a sex de- Brothers Clinton, 27. and LeRoy, the board of directors. The steam-
25, are in second and third year of ship group is directed by C. C.
old hotel medicine,. and ,Glenda, 21, comn- Mal0bry, President of Grace Line,
oundup of plNted nurses training last year. Inc.


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DANVIL1, IUl., May 286 1P)- a Yata m cray t an hqad-
VermAiltop County Sheriff Wfilta ed for ChIeago"
believe ry of a AS S found In a yard at Ridge Farm,
.ing wei adside dauth of her. oidTe the oshe was
iK note he student's prn another note bekrJpg these name of
S"We~ ~'several clau t- 0.t Jqte Mix, Ev6nsviee, ad.
H^^g^ B ^ t re he an, dml.t-WBs 1st iB11
hd'1 dent at Evansvts 4, at
bwclA ke i aflion Zo the her school and *a no wayaon-
ucinel ebt Ilowed up. nected with the shoe, Ho l n .uo
The mytery got underway I ,sa.
day night when Mrs. Frank,Gilles. He said his office is checking on
pie, in nearby Central Park, heard her friend activities, however.
a woman screaming "help, h1lp." "The whole thing points to the
She saw a ear speed away and Evansville area," he said. "I'm a-
called police, afraid this may be a joke. There
Police foun a brown hat, with have been several other such h i ME a s
a message inside written on a pranks in the state recently, most-i a1 t StSLt
scrap of an RVansville, Ind., news- ly b? students, including an arm iM
paper. sticking out of a car truck at Kan- i
The note said: "Help, help, I'm kakee and a stuffed body some- eftsA
where else."

Scout News

Pet Show At Clayton FROM EVERY
A lvy pet show, complete with
4=01ui Bb prizes and judges, was enjoyed by
4-, aS 3 Brownie Scout Troop No. 47 Tues- n
I6 tm Int day, at their Ft. Clayton Scout point of
*lc .House. *
The girls brought their own care- ie i h
fully-groomed pets to the show, view .. they re
S, where adult "judges" awarded .
S Cartri es prizes on the basis of the pretti-rttin
est, smartest, smallest and fun- P
niest animals. As the "ju d g e s"
had difficulty making choices, ev- U i
Re od ery pet attending the show walked fo { I
cor' off with a distinctive award of
some kind.
The pet theme was carried out
Ch g a e by the Brownies in the costumes
nu rOs that they wore to the show. Furth-1
er entertainment was provided by
Carol Seymour and Beatrice Peca
who did a tap -dance for the as- f fl f
SAmli sembled parents and friends. ey are our
mpi ers refreshments were enjoyed aft-
er the show by those attending. N W D E S
.FlyUp Ceremony NEW DRESSES
Speakers An investiture and fly-up cere- N
money to be held next Tuesday,
will lose the Scouting year of Charming fashions In washable,
Brownie Troop 47 of Fort Clayton.
The ceremonies will be held with crease resistant cotton to
only troop members in attend d. wear at any time of the day
I oance, in the Ft. Clayton Scout'
House. "Flying up" into the Inter- or evening.
mediate Girl Scout Program is LL SIZES
Winkle Leinster. Nadine Hanlen
will be invested as a new Brownie from $13.95
$ l.Vi..E.sp,a. Tel. 3-0383 member of Troop 47.


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Bedroom. Dining Boom and
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Plant Walkoutls

AcoM ON. Ordered By C6T
I By OSWALD JACbT PARIS, May 26 (UP) Th
W-tle& fri. NFA errvlP Communist-led General Confed.
ration of Labor (OOT) ordered
NORTHi 5 a walkout in French newspaper
-A 16 printing plants tonight and its
A lj spokesman claimed, "There wil
S" Qbe no papers tomorrow."
4KI 852 The Red-controlled union ie-
T ..... EAST. Issued the 24-hour strike call to
WET (D) AST i protest the decision of the Na-
4 KJ7 Q68 5 t4 ifonal Assembly to discuss to-
9 2 V 8 7 3 morrow a bill making it no long.
*K 1012 *J9843 er compulsory for printing
S4 10 7 6 3 64A workers to register with -the la-
SOMTM bor unions.
S932 The new legislation which Is
V A 106 4 likely to be passed despite the
A s Communist pressure Is likely tc
4 J4 reduce Communist influence tIn
North-South vuT. the vital trade.
Wol N.rth 342 bsth The strike call went out as a-
Pass Pas Pass 1 bout 40 .per cent of Paris bus
Pass 49 pass Iass mechanics and conductors heed-
Pa ss ed P C.O. strike rider Bu
pi.g l,..._Ad-- traffic was disrupted in several
I suburbs.
SThe Federal Bureau of the
iFrench Daily Newspapers Asso-
When today's hand was played elation called a hurried meet-
hl m .d to mad a h. f ing today to discuss the strike
,outl inanaged to make a 11.n. of,,.treat,
it He claimed that he was 'ery' "tra .. ..--
unlucky but the right sine of play
should have been quite clear. of clubs, and South needed noth-
When West led the six or clubs, ing else to assure his contract.
declarer played low irom the sum- When East returned a trump at the
my. .6ast won with the ace ol clubs second trick, declarer should have
and returned a trump, drawn three rounds of trumps and
Declarer won the trump in dum- should then have led the Jack of
my with the queen, took the ace clubs from his hand.
o01 diamonds, ruffed a diamond West would have to. cover wih
with the five of hearts, led the he queen of clubs, and dummy
mine of hearts to the ace, and would take the king. The nine of
rufied his last diamond with dum- clubs would then be led and passed
0my' last trump. around to West. This would estab-
Now South had to get back to lish dummy's eight of clubs as a
his own hand to draw the last trick.
thamp. He tried to cash the king of Hence declarer would discard one
clubs, planning to ruff the next spade on the nine of clubs and
club, but East ruffed immediately., another on the eight of etubs, los-
The defenders later got two spade. ing only one of those f~lcks. He
tricks, and South was left looking would eventually ruff one diamond
for excuses. and lose the other. Altogether, he
The play of the first trick made would lose Iwo clubs and one dia-
it clear that West had the queen mond, making his contract.


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TO WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA .
S.S. "SANTA BA .. ,.Bue Crlstobal, 0, L, Ji, At
S.S. "SANTA ISABEL ........Due Crlstobal, C. ., JuO*
WEEKLY SERVICE FROM THE
WEST COAST OF SOUTH AMERICA TO NEW YORK
S.S. "SANTA RITA" .....Sails Cristobal, C. Z., MS~ M
S.S. "SANTA MARIA" ..... Sails Cristobal, C. Z., May 11
FROM U. S. PACIFIC & WEST COAST
VENTRAL AMERICA
TO BALBOA AND CRISTOBAL, C. Z.
*S.S. "SANTA JUANA" ..... ..Due Balboa, C. Z., June I
'S.S. "SANTA FLAVIA" ........Due palboa, C. Z., Jane S1
FROM CRISTOBAL AND BALBOA, C. Z. TO THE
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S.S. "SANTA CRUZ" ....... Balls Cristobal, C. Z, July. 4
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XXXVI EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS

Rio de Janeiro, Brazil JulN 17-24, 1955


' BOYD bROTHERS, INC.-PANAMA TOURS takes
pleasure in announcing that they have some limit-
ed accor-modations still available in the group from
PanamA and Colombia leaving PanamA on July 4 via
Call, Quito and Lima to. attend the XXXVI Interna-
tional Eucharistic Congress to be held in Pig do
Janes from the 17 to the 24th of July. The group
will 'i under the spiritual guidance of i e Most
Rever : Francisco Beckman, Archbishop of Pan-
imi, who will accompany the group to Rio de
Janeiro.


After the Congress. the group will return via Sao
Paulo, Buenos Airos, Montevideo, Santiago and Li-
ma. Since only a limited amount of hotel reserva-
tions and other accommodations are available, it is
essential that those wishing to make the trip to the
Eucharist;o Congress in Rio apply early.


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COMPANY

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................ June 11
..............J.. ne 18
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.........1.....,June 25
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.........8240.00
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SS N N I M y
Fort Cayef Officers'
Wl ( Ohlb Noee
There' l be no luncheon dur-
ing te flonth of June. The month-
ly business meeting and c o f f ee
will take place on Wednesday 15
June 1955.


M. AND MtRS. KENNETH JOHN 'WARDEN' ,Mwm an emnu
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Sk* SO -FPAREDES SAUERKRAUT AND TOMATOES,
W S Jt SANStNUARIO NACIONAL. IS A FAVORITE DUTCH DINH
1^ S% UI CONAL Sy GAYNOR MADDOX
o Saturrdy, tMay R1sj, Miss lena Mae Hanson taredes Ny GAFNORdad Markets EditorDDOX
dan e of Mrs. 611ds Paredes de Hanson and Mr. Kenneth EA Fd ad Markets er
Joh .Waidys son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warden of Detroit, Like Pensylvania Dutch -reci-
MeN4, were mtted in anmarriage by the Reverend Father p H ore'nae from Tarmtum,
radar. o .ln P'. It's a favorite supper dish.
*ponsots for ,the weedling were: Mrs. Gilda Paredes de Goes well with almost any kind of
Hason, sot0sqr of the bride, Dr. Daniel Chanis, Mr. and Mrs. meat.
Domingo DI&a1 Mendeo, Mr. and Mrs. Ramiro Aguilar Alfaro,
Major Bertoleam Carrion and Mrs. Antonia- de Carr6ion, L- Sealloped Tomatoes
censlade Ignce 0 L C Gnu and Mrs. Gadcela de Iopbe Grau, and Saaerkraut
Deputy aquIno Sanebez and Mrs. Juanita de SAnehez, Mr. (Makes 4-6 servings)
and Mrs. pmedo Boyo, Mr. and Mrs. Aharo Vargas, Mr. Gil One No. I can sauerkraut I No
Angulo, M Valeris EKanmann, Mr. J. Johnson. Miss Consue- O can tomatoes, teaspoon grated
lo Arias, Felipe Juan Escobar and Mrs. Joyce Levy. in o 1 teaspoon sugar, tea-
After the religious ceremony a have the Installation Luncheon at, soon marjoram, teaspoon salt,
reception was held for 150 guests the Washington Hotbl on Saturday. teaspoon freshly ground pepper,
at the home of the bride's mother, May ,28 at 12 noom. It is suggest- 14 slices toast, cubed, A cup melt-
in Las Sabanas. ed that members be present at cd butter or margarine.
Mrs. Warden is a graduate of 12:00 noon in order that luncheon
Balboa High School, class of '52. may start promptly. In a bowl. combine sauerkraut,
Mrs. Warden graduated t the U- All members are-cordialy invit-1 I Imatoes, onion, sugar, marjoram.
mversity of Louisiana and' is es- ed to attend. The prices o t he salt and pepper; mix well, Ar.
enmy in the U.S. Navy. lunchdn will -be $1.75 pr g rson. rige. layers of toast cubes and
S' .. A ll those desiring to imah.f serv- sauerkraut rrn.ture in four greased
The newly weds left fr.the In- alions, please call any member of Ladividual casseiroes f r n p

there y r 2802; ,s. .Lo -f Po mltd a
Ph ,. p one 303; orae Cas rIe over .rnts of csseroe.
Amerina, Soei ,iaer .. -tillo, telephone Colon' iBake in moderately hot oven (375
o.f.e, The newly elected officers-of the degrees F.) 20 mnbinst, or until
Aa Mrs.. l bTi.ht Inter-American qomen's CClub thoroughly nested. Garnish with
.ist.-, fiWe7 r rr ldent of the are: slices of Erisp baoed, If desired.
R.ubfi. Panama nd Ri. Ri- You probsy .never thought of
cardo Arias will be guest of honor President, Mrs. Elena de bur; combining sauerkraut and peas.
at a di if 'den given by the 1st Vice President. Miss Thelma Well, in Pennsylvania they do just
AnteriCan Society of Panama at Godwin; Second Vice President, that and the result is good.
T W i ri P nama at n n00 n this Mrs. Penelope Rusodimsas Corre-


ve.nig. spending Secretary, Spanish, Y-
eLuch Azcarraga and h i.s or- vonne de Lemon; Corresponding
chestra will furnish the music for Secretary, English, Doris C oo. I-
dartce. Dress will "be dinner Jack. son; Recording Secretary, Span-
et or white suit with black tie. ish, Adela Simmerman; Record-
Table, reservations may still be ing Secretary, Englis h, Mrs.
made by calling the Maitre d'Ho. Louisd Griffon;. Treasurer C a r-
tel at 3-1660.. men de Arcia; Assistant Treasur-
er, Gilds de Rosania.
Thirty Diploeats Wivesi -
Prelent Boa V oage Gift Tea At Mrs, Fisher's
Mrs. Lionel sise, Wife of the Honors* Mrs. BDnder
Frenk. Ambassador to Panama, Entertaining for Mrs. Robert
was hoMess to h Ladies of the Lee Bender, who is visiting here
Diptogltic Corps for a c h a m- is her house guest, Mrs. Myroa
puap part at the Embassy Res- Fisher gave a tea at her residence
ide -La.* Cresta yesterday in Bella Vista yesterday a ft er-
mo tpb hoanpf g Mrs. Aberlardo noon.
3ui o Fio wife of the Bra- Forty guests were invited to at-
biliaa[mkaisaddor. who is leaving tend the tea.


with him for their new
Germany. -
A gift, a pair-of silver e
bra, Were presquted on thi
ston. .
Mr. eqrtematte Fetes
Bgne 4 Prado
Jl honv of tbanitan-Ai
dor.o Paanam a3 Mr A
Suno do Prado. who are
soon for their new post, M
sa llkt H rtSe4tte
di at tW residene i
V star t evening.
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postinEmblem Club Prizes
eandels. Woa By Mesdames
is occa- Tully, Kalan Aad Lowe
The Cristobal Emblem Club No.
52 held its social meeting Tuies-
day evening at the Elks Home.
* The evening was spent doing
mbssa- Swedish weaving and p las yin n
baeatrdo cards. Prizes were won by Mrs.
leaving Charlotte Tally, Mrs. Fanny, Kap-
Irs. Eli- lan, and. Mrs. Tessie Lowe.
gave a The fpikwing -members w ae r e
a Boella present: Mrs-. Gertrude Allgier.
Mrs. Bille Crump,.Mrs. Dotha
Cougher, Mrs. Mildred Recias.
i Units Mrs. Anne Maner. Mrs. Geraldine
eon Cellucci, Mrs. Charlotte Tully,
m e V's Min. Vygia uMQs rs.;Tessie
w ill LoMe, MI. ar, Mrs.
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Sauerkraut and Peas
(Makes 4-6 servings)
One-quarter cup butter or r.: r
marine, V4 eu. minced onion, 1 No.
2% can sauerkraut, 1 cup cooked
peas or one 8-ounce can peas, 2
teaspoons Worcestershire sauce.
In a heavy ldllet, melt butter
or margarine over low heat. Add
tnion and cook 5 minutes. Add re
mining Ingredints, timing well.
Cook mixture over low heat 20
minutes, stirrig occasionally.
Serve immediately.
TOMORROW'S DINNER: Roast
stuffed shoulder of fresh ham,
scalloped sauerkraut and tomatoes.
mashed potatoes, rye bread, butter
;r margarine, apple pie, coffee,
tea, milk.


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.re whnk.1x n-
ire of lnterbhi tonl
S.. ravt l f W. tthe
ea, figures sow, lea
Ad in 1054, Trippe
at the tirlin' ahare
reached an,a -time
per cent.
Rcan alobd '" carry-
cent of all the peo-
Sfrom the United
tor countrles on a91
carriers.
has on order new
nent representing an
of $110,000j000, as


meant coveringaj
A "p.00,0o .rar
PAA president ,


All the eot ct of PAA were
elected. Tey are Harold M.
Bixby, Sherman M. Fairchild,
Robert V. Fleming, Henry J.
Fr I e n dly, Franklin Oledhll,
Merrill Griswold, Robert L.
Hamill, Roy W. Hotard, David
S. Ingalls, Robert Leobban, John
C. Leslie, Edward 0. McDonnell,
Mark T. MKee, Samuel F.
Pryor, James aockefeller, Wil-
liam H. Standiley, Vernon F.
Taylor and Trippe.(Morurio)
(Mereurto)


lean Cabinel Army Bids Open

Resuffled .in Wake For 39 hems

Of Aiqed Sdltn Excess Properly
8ANTA4O" Cbffe; fay 26- The U.8. Army Caribbean
(UP) -- President Carlos lbaftez Property Disposal Office has
reshuffled his cabinet today in announced for sale 39 items of
the ,wske f a secret Investiga- foreign excess personal property.
Uon of sedition in the Chilean The property includes 3-forklift
Arm.- trucks; 15 non-portable, non-
Two generals and a colonel electric typewriters; optical and
were arrested during the week- medical equipment; signal equip-
end as a result of the inveotiga- ment; musical instruments; 800-
tion into an alleged plot to close target repair centers; general
Congress and establish a mill- supplies and many other items
tary dictatorship, of interest.
Ibafies named ol1. Benjamin Bids for the property will be
Videla Vergara as minister of received on June 20 at 9 a.m. by
defense and Air Gen. Alejandro the Property Disposal Officer at
Scbwelster as public works min- Bldg. No. 630. Corozal General
later, tb* post previously held by Depot, Corozal. The property
Videla Vergara.s, may be inspected by contacting
Gena. Tobias Barros resigned as the Property Disposal Officer at
defense minister 10 days agog on Corozal.
the eve of the launching of the
investigation. He was succeeded r ilin ee
by Gen. Raul Araya as acting Coraziia 1 OnC greSS
minister. I E. Ha
Get. AMfonso Canas Ruiz anrd May H ve Power To
Gen. Ramon Balinas, prest
and past directors ol the mi-Choose Candidates
tary academy and 06U.naul 811- RIO DE JANIPRO May 2
va, former chief staff of the RIO DE JANEIRO, May 2-
Santiago rriso ,wer arrested Political circles said to-
withinthe h a constitutional amendment
Thhinv ts paltih os will be proposed in the Senate
duThe inbe on beingco next week empoweringCon ress
cducld behind lH o rasio dunil to choose Brazil's next President
generCol. Maximo H norato, adjutant if no candidate gets a majority
Except for t o n fthe vote n the Oct. 3 elec-
s1925 andt31iaChilean Army There are already four men
ban traditionaltviabstkinedfrom seeking the presidency this year
mixing In politics.-Juscelino Kubitchek, Etelvino
Opposition c gressmen Lins, Gen Juarez Tavora and
charged recently that President Plinio Salgado and one or two
Ibfier supports a military of- more are expected tb enter the
"straight llner They said Ibpflez 14he, vre.sent constitution pro-
l ta II -'h dna db r psnt constitution pro-
lat Februarheld a enne i th the candidate who re-
is private -esIdence Wifth li a ceLves the most votes Ix the new
num r of Army officers to is- president, regardless of whether
cue nonG-pesAonal matters, he receives a majority vote.
ing defense minister 10 days a-
go, he charged that c~rtaln ar-
my officers, with the aid of ci-
villan politicians, were organiz-
ing a seditious movement..


RECORDS
3 Big Shipments

COLUMBIA
MontilJa Cook
Epic Livingston
Wetminster Angel
HI-FIDELITY
Specialists
45th St. No. 3
Bell Vista
Tel. 3-12i5


FOR A NEW MATERNITY
WING
at Santo Tomas Hospital-
BUY A BOND TODAY
(as low as $10.-)
and EARN 6% INTEREST


COME TO OUR SUNDAY

BRUNCH DANCE
From 11:30 a.m. .
In the Air-Conditioned Balboa Room.
Complimentary cocktail, choice of
marvelous men for only $2.25. Azcarraga's
organ music for dancing until 2:34 p.m.
Come we "Erie the Great" the Balloon -Man

Call' Max, 3-1 660,
for table reservations.
A Kirkeby loltel



UNIVERSITY OF PANAMA
(SPANISH COURSE)
Six weeks intensive Spanish Course for English speak-
ing people from May 23 to June 30, on Monday, Wednesday
and Thursday.
ELBMENTARY (Basic Spanish): From 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.
ADVANOCED: Prom 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. (Special Attention
dedicated to good speech, composition and
translation).
Reglstration opened at Secretary's Office main build-
ing of University) from 9 to 12 and from 3 to 6 p.m. High
School D opia required to students enrolled for credit.
Students for. non credits also admitted.


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Cream Tomato Soup
Corn Reef and Cabbage
K 5Boiled Potatoes with Butter
"If, Mixed Salad
Mized Vefetables
Rice Pudding
Tea or Coffee
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Cream Tomato Soup
Maearroni with Ham Au Gratei
Boiled Potatoes with Butter
S Mixed Vegetables
* MIred Salad
Rh Pudding
Tea or Coffee
TASTY MEALS

the coziest cocktail


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Cream Tomato Soup
Roast Sirloin Beef,
Brown Gravy
Boiled Potatoes with Butter
Mixed Vegetables
Mixed Salad
Rice Pudding
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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL

tjaal Zone Dental PolyeUnie
Mr. C. E. Tbriega D:1.0S.
Sr. C. A.,Roy DA6B.

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!WSAh'As ( o 1-PUA e .

LIFE INSURANCE
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Phonp PMass $M !
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"We cat helTp TO th
Chimopracti" ',

CHIROPRACTORS
Dr. A. sod R. .ILAC
ipatmer QrUh"Il
S#pro AveBmn Tel. S-13M
b block from Lux ThOatre)


TRANSPORTl SAKTH, L
Pacer Shiplpen *WMW
SLeatra Riding stO
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Ridmng & Jumping c4meni dolny
I to pm. Fhogs 3-0279
or by oppointmenitii.


Match-Stick Bamboo
Drapes
Venetian Blinds
Traverse Curtains
S Glass or Wood Jalousies
Caul 2.3003 or 3-4904
Estimates Given Without
Oblijationl
P Dist e ,,by
ProductosJ$Wdaor, S.A.


LIBRERIA PRECIADO
I Street No. 13
MORRISON
4th of July Ave. & J I.
FOTO DOMY
Juas Agleenes Ave. ad 3 tL..


FOR- SALE
Household


FOR SALE:-3-pleca mahogany
Wip room set, $55. House
2I96-D Coceli.


FOR SALE:-Double bed com-
plte, 2 night tables, dresser with
beautiful mirror. A-i quality and
condition. "Tramnsportes Baxter,"
phone James 2-2316.


FOR SALE:-RCA Victor con.
ole radio-record player, three-
speed, dark mahogany, like new
$175; large window type Ho-
mart cooler $50. Qtrs 434.
Clayton, Phone 3103.
FOR SALE:- American family .
leaving Ponomse. Selling: 11-ft.
refrigerator $350, 12-ft. deep
freezer $300, 52-gallon water
heater $65. 6-piece Peruvian
iserling tea service $375. All 25
months use and excellent condi-
tiln. Also metal dining room
choirs $2, Phone Ponamo 3-
4099.

PERSONALS
GEORGE D. BARB. JR., H.E.
Natural Health Methods. Euro-
pean Spnal Adjustment Tech-
niquaes. Coordinated Manipulea-
tive Theroples. Refeesi of NWrv-
out Steres and Simh. ,Ortheo-
Kinesiology. 14-49 Calae Itt-
dionte, 28. 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and
.34 p.m. B. appemtment. Tel-
ephone 2-2525.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: 13'-ft. Thomp-
son built runabout with 16-hp.
Evinrude. Very reasonable. Qtrs.
55A. Albrook. Phone 86-2183.


Evergreen Garden

Club Schedules

Show NeJI4mday
I.1


I Central Ave. betweenn Kodak The Pacific Eve'gre(
building & Fifth Ave. Store). C Club will sponsor its ye
_er show at the Pacifli
Center on Mbnday. I
Opened to the public
to 9:30 p.m.
Hly Dancer Anik OThis show will dimi
week flower arrange
SPar which was Riven ind(
( al Park reaction of Mrs. Pat M
The show will be di
New Publicl Stunt tw groups inner
I vanced. Prizes will be a
the three best in the
NEW YORK, May 26 (UPI departments: cut flow
A life-sized plaster nude of a and vegetables, dried i
Turkish belly dancer showed up and horticulture. Array
.-mysteriously" on the Sout d for special occasions
Mall in Central Park at dawn to- added feature.
tday. Vance Rogers, direct
SI US Point Four Progr
J Just as mysteriously, the belly addrsss the members a
S dancer. Nejia Ates, showed up in As a gesture of ap
the flesh-plus, however, a hip- for their kind assist
S length nightgown, bed Jacket cooperation to the club
and slacks. has been dedicated to
SIMrs. Spear of St. Peter
She said she had been sum- L&aBoca.
moned by a "mysterious"' phone

"I didn't even have time to Committee Kill:
put on clothes," she said.
Police were perplexed until; Bll 6 1 I1
they noticed interested specta-In
trs were mostly Broadway ac- eachrs Pay I
ars and actrheses and also in-
aluded Jim Modan, press ent TALLAHASSEEMay
for the Brbadv musical *Pan- TALLAHASSEE, May
Alty," In whieh. Ates appears. with little debate a m
The crowd d ersed guarantee teachers th
w sulptor hAlblnilManca arrived moutofe 6200 pay
e the "t r statue arrwaythem by the Legislature
S take the paIner statue Isway4 ucation officials said
Sbed it Wdc "myste rinouiye wouldn't accomplish its
t~Eo durd Henderson. execu
i" tary of the Florida E
Assn., said the bil only
Ii._ _freeze county funds nom
HI-FIF pay teachers and ham
counties in aUllottimg mc
o"*romberg Carlson" other school projects.
SIr" and 159 The Dluval delegation
12 :d 15" -the bill and said it was
luoanial Speakers making sure teachers gi
gislature voted a pay
some counties passed on
of the increase
The educalt.an comn
proved a bill providing
ry attendance checks in
schools to prevent falsify
4H Vi e espels. Tel. 3-0383 tendance records. The m
g .parently grew out of rec
es that some schools pi
tendance records in'ore
granted more state m4
ed out on the basis of av
.CTly attendance.

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LOURDES PHARMACY

CASA 2ZALDO
Ceou.m Ave. 4
FARMACIA EL BATURRO:
Xe. & Lou ter Pltat


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALB--1947 Pontiac Tu-
dor. Leaving. Quick sale. Price
$250. Phone Albmok 4174.


FOR SALE:-1953 Ford "Ranch
Wagon." duty paid. Phone 2-
1677, Tivoli Taxi Service. Con-
tact Ed Brawn;.
FOR SALE: 1953 PlyMouth
with radio, excellent condition.
Locona. Phone 3341.,


FOR SALE:-1951 Poentiac Cat-
alina, Hydromotie end radio.
A-1. lest offer. Call 2-1304
between 5-6 p.m/".


FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Plaza free entry 2-door sedan.
12,000 miles, on excellent buy.
Make an offer. Will trade far
duty paid cheaper car. Con be
seen at Baxter's Shop, beside El
Rancho. Call Pan. 3.6318.
FOR SALE: 1949 four-door
Chevrolet $500. Phone 2-6371.
5773-A, Diablo Heights.
FOR SALE:-1948 Hudson So-
, den, completely ove r h a u e d
$400. Phone 2-2911.


Help Wanted
WANTED.: Exprienced cook
with references. Must sleep at
place of work. Aresemena family,
Old Panama Rood, near statue
of Morelos.
WANTED:-Maid to live in Las
Cumbroe. General housekeeping,
cooking, no Ironing. 2 children.
Good salary. American family.
Apply until 6 p.m. No. 434 44th
Street. Bella Vista. Bring refer-
oncIs.

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rosirion uttrrerea
WANTED:-Applicant for Army
Service Club Director (woman)
desired; preferably single; be-
tween ages 26 ond 40; graduate
accredited college with maor in
recreation or related field.Unit-
ad States citisen. May substitute
for college up to two year of
paid experience in social, re-
creational or similar organize-
tions. Call Staff Service Club Di-
rector. 87-5203. Special Serv-
ices, USARCARIB. Fort Clayton.


FARMACIA LOMBARDO
retw& e July Ave.
Agenda Internal.. do Publicaolone
4 CemWWl Ave.
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ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031 ANCON, C..
VISIT THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS
JUNE 3 4 5 ,
The trip of your life aboard II
Panoama's Peecadoral- A th-b*.-
day Jungle Jim Jaunt mthr 't'Me
Panama Canal to Coln, ran
Bles, and Porto B4ll! Loovo
Balboa, Friday 6:30 a.m., arrive
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave tColw
9:30 p.m. for colorful San llai
end historic Perto Belle, rturm-
ing Colon Sunday oftern"en.
Thru Canal Monday 6:30 a.m.,
leaving from Strongers Club Me-
tuaing to Balboa. Meals atered
by 11 Ponama. Bring blocks,
shorts, bathing sults, jesiet,
flippers and spears for under-
water fishing, your omoere and
color film. Canal trip only-
$10.00. For further nformateion
phone Jungle Jim Price Panama
3-1660.

FOR SALE. I
Miscellaneous J
FOR SALE:- Philco air-condi-
tion unit, % capacity. Used ono
year. 5-year guarantee, perfect
condition, bargain. Also cabinets
and large mahogany ihoweases.
Central Avenue No. 13-142,
Phone 2-2814.
FOR SALE:-Laundromat wash-
ing machine, telephoto lowe,
D.C. generator (24 Kw.). Phone
Curundu 6265.


FOR SALE:-1951 Dodge four-
door $775; portable radio $15;
daveno-bed $25; 9-ft. 25-cycle
porcelain Westinghouse refriger-
ator $90; silver ond cooking
equipment $5; slize 9 light-
weight hip-boots $4; life raft
pump 50c. 1524-J Govilan Rd.,
3 buildings past Cable Office.


FOR SALE: Easy Spindrier
washing machine. excellent con-
dition; year old thoroughbred
Dalmatian dog. For information
call. after 5 p.m., Panam. 3-
5494.


FOR SALE-5-ton General E-
lectric air condition coil unit
with V4-hp. blower, 60-cycle,
3-phase; 3-hp. General Electric
air-cooled condensing unit, 60-
cycle, 3-phase. Both for $450.
Panama Auto, S.A.. Phone 3-
4550.


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Get More For Old
Furnishings With
a Want Ad
You'd b easprlsed hew many folks
are lkahln* fir whoav ou hove to
wkh. YTe -n reach 'a*m quiesv
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RESORTS


FOSTER'S C1 TTAIUS, M mie
post Santa Csonb Low rotem.-
Phone Balne J846.
WILLIAMS' Smute Clar Beekc
Cottfge roLews, refrgero-
tion, 2-bedrons. Phone BlBbee
3050.
Gromlich's Sanut Cln Beac
Cottages. Modem emao ealoae
moderate ram. Pheme ambee
6-441.
Shrepne'l onfHrly .Igaoes ee
beach at Santa ro. Tiqphone
Thompson, bal T177.


e-0r. V4e
8-5024.


Baldwin's -pefnemt for rent at FOR Tr ..falo q terie
Santa Clare. Pho -elbe 3C61 for June il | bdrems.
for retervellon. eleoa nlag Tel. 2-3464.
PHILLIPS Oeamilde Cottagee. FOIb'ltM -..anem frnmish-
Santo Clara. Se 435, kebee. "d adj i iutae.-B titful rieiden-
Phone Panem l3.17. Criete- erlet ael reelt No.
hal 3-1873. NoHe1.


FOR RENT

FOR RENTfr-VectilM quarter, ,
four bodr ams. DIble Heights.
Available MOy 29. Call 2-1844.
FOR RENTf- Beautiful chelet.
10th Street No. 31, San Francis-
co. Phone Savel 2-2037.
FOR RENT: Our Furnished
home. Heoe 9079, Celle 8t/i,
Santa Isabel, Colon.
FOR RENT: Second flor of
residence o General Jose San
Martin Avenu No. 6: Four bed-
room. living room, dining roem,
kitchen, large porch. Inquire
ground floor.


FOR RENT:- Furnished chalet
in La Expoelcidn. Hot water in-
stallation. CaH 33rd Street No.
37.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RINTi .- Completely fur-
ished 2-bedrom house from
May 23 to July 1. Resnoeble.
3-3550.
FOR RENT: Avwilabl June
10th, govemment ne p cte d,
beautifully furmishd rom., dou-
ble couch, refrigerator, stove,
kitchen cabinet, private bath
and entrance. 52nd Street No. 3,
Phone 3-0633.


FOR RENT:-In excellent, quiet
hkmno, all anveniences. nicely
furnished room. Can be seen
fram a e.m. to 3 p.m. Haeps
No. 34, 46th Street. Bella Vista.


tropical Paint;

CO(y, low Bidders

On 2 PC Projects
William T. Coffey, -and the
Tropical Paint Company were
the apparent low bidders on two
Panama Canal painting prdjectU,
bids for which were opened .yes
terday morning by Col. Hug]e M.
Arnold, Engineering and Con-
straucion Bureau Director in the
Balbo Heights Administration
ButUdinr.
The two projects included the
exterior painting of four build-
ings in the Ancon Garage area
In Ancon and the painting of
the chapel building in the Coro-
zal Cemetery.
Mr. Coffey entered an avpar-
ent total low offer of $1,500 for
the work of painting the four
bulhins in the Ancon Gamge
area while the Tropical Paint
Company made an apparent low
bid of -223 for the painting of
the chapel building.
The IL Homa Company was
the only bidder with an offer of
$1,428 for the work of cleaning
and rerroutini the tile linine of
the Balboa swimming pool, bids
for which also were opened
Wednesday morning in the Bal-
hboa eights Administration
Buildirg.

Rkichard Saddles

Hisb first Winner
WINDSOR. England- (Nr)-
Sir GMrdon Richards saddi d his
first wper as a trainer at Wind-
sor.


Th Saint a two-year.old
by dWW Paet, let most
way In the ftve-furlog For
Plate. oe was an even-ma
choice.
a.mou English
trN !asd a r


.Ts- rnornishd I or on-
Ib~i~l ..a=,,modern
apartment. "ML. I aS Via Del-
heas. Poir->.
O RN-sp-bedmem opart-
bnt. bit water, arIage, etc.
Cuba Aveoue # B1. Belle Vist.
FOR RINT.-In quiet reiden-
tel amre, 2-bedrem apartment
in chabe typo duplex. Suitable
feo coplep with 1 or 2 eomll
ehidren. Pheao 2-4848 or 3-
1841.
FOR RINTI- Furnhmled part-
mont, -newly pointed, sroBned,
bolcy, -.Bei Virta, bedroom,
Nvinl rmm $90. Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:- Furnished aport-
ment, two bedrooms, lorge liv-
ng mrom. kitchen, both, tiled
Hena, all screened. Aho large
warehouse, t r geo g a ace or
shop, three drive-in door, baren
on all windows, 1600 feet floor
apaes. Apply: Janitor, No. 63
Fourth July Ave. or phone Hop-
kiMs Balbo 2966.

Wanted to Buy
POTION WAiTI: -
r. one
460-1, Celo.
POSITION WANTIDa- EXPE-
RIENCID COT ACCOUNTANT
AND AUDITOR OFFRS SIRV-
ICES. REFER TO BOX 1302.
PANAMA.

FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Concrete cotteg
in Rio Mar. For Infermatilon
phone 2-2224.


Top Newsmen To See

How Gualemala Uses

U. S. Technical Aid
GUATEMALA CITY, May 26 -
(UP) A group of leading United
States newspapermen will be in-
vited by President. Carlos Castillo
Armas to see on the spot what is
being done by Guatemala with A-
dierican technical and economic
aid, it was reported today.
"The American people have a
right to know how their money is
bemg invested here," the Presi-
dent said. Invitations will be sent
out next Wedanteday.
Total financial ad extended
Gtatemala by the-United States in
tha 10 months aince Castillo Ar-
mas took power by overthrowing
the Communist-led Arboez, govern-
ment amounts to $44,000,00.
Of this, $20,000,00 have actually
been received and are being in-
vested in specific, productive
projects.
Retiring U. S. Ambassador Nor-
man Armour is generally credit-
ed with securing "prompt and ad-
equate help for Guatemalan eco-
nomic rehabilitation. Armour was
quick to appraise the devastation
left by the Communists and the
need zor last action, authoritative
sources said.
When Castillo Armas took ever
be lomd the CemnumItsi-had loot.-
edl the national treasury, leaving
the owuitry on the brink of bank-
ruptcy.
A few months later the situa-
tion was aggravated by sharp
drop in coftee pes, b uc meant
the los of S40e,06u Ad dollar ex-
change and $11,000,000 in govern-
met revenues.


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A Prjpcli. Pict' or Adults Only!

"THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE"
with DORoIAtR MeGoUt .


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BOASTED CHICKEN with p1ant b nbecue sa. es with
new olatees and broiU teda4 lves is delloeP.
Sy GAVNOR MADIDOX
NEA food and Markets Editor
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tyu rare toabe a.brlde, youil
__ ...______ _. .... _- ---- iatobasbly, receive one of, the, new
convenientt rotisseries. broilers or
frys a as a wedding gift. Other.
wieLL you'll nav, to get one to e*-
HO L5I 2 clbio4keR the easy way.
sm b ered chicken (use the
.,n l a sliderr. onet nQw on the market)
,hlongs In pnins for enjoying th
ll- '., ,W lout.ng Memoril Day W ee justl
E uMOVIES TV ADIO ahead ou So let's examine a
r IS w O fw barbecuesac, recipes no
.R.I .g JgAl g-e c-itekein is better thfn its barbecue
A y', .. / e -' .h.'-' ...a-; t
lil t''" ... P U "- ";.* These., two. are puade jent.
S'ih a'sqbtle quld pepper fro
.NOLJW OD.-"iNEA'-)- Un- Rita Haywogth's cdrrt fught i Louia:sa. '.
cover plywoodood; Until Ft. with Columbia after nix Jo- *. .
Knox Wta-ifseb a. west coast seph.andAlis Brethren" cO eep, Baterbet ce quat
hrancb.-there's always Jimmy her off the screen- for five )yeas- (lile; in IPMit aYn1 ,
StevdWts 'banil account. The star's while courts and lawyers fight' it -1-.I gipoS l' tw. ', '
siee*d tei6'i Tour years ago to out, according to legal opinion. r-.
sap .a-salarwik d .take a percent ,
age of is of er ha in ade him The l.eal red tape could ven -hsf oup bitter or mlarga-
oUlywood's biggest money earner. force slibvig of her plans for.an rile, 1 minced galic, clove option-
The eyepopp fligres: -His lapt independent picture for United ,al; teaspoons flIr. teaspoon
eigl starring ins have grossed I Artists.. Tb~s.--3 cup water, r table-
S,000,000 i wth the returns from o,,ns lime or 'mon juice, 1 ta.
"Stratettc Air Command" and ... lespo~f sugar, teaspoon salt,
Cohlumbia' about to be' released Newest south of the border teaspoon each-thyme, rosemary
"The .Man F'rn -Laramie". still romance involves Dolores del Rio -nd mar iiam, teaspoon
uncounted and former New York 'mayor Wil. .Pa .p ka
"Rea'r ,Window" alone has per- liam O'Dwyer. But she's still dat-. ,. .
soalUy brought Jimmy $1,350,0001! ing Lew illey, now .a kingpin in i
,.. ,..-.. MexicanTV production. ..No
more. emoting for Sheila Connol.
4s V' i 1o wood, Mrs. Jones: lty, wife.' of Guy Madison, now that i -
Teligram :to Janet Leigh from they're parents. Says Guy: "I 1
playful TanA urtis' on her dress- think Sheila will be happier con-
g yoom Miprror on. the "Pete cntrating on a family."
etiy's Blues '.set: "Lady Janet: -."--
Doest welLn i this epic a d th u
shai'bave ll my, endurn love. Name' of the Hollywood produce. -
But doest thou -badly aw thou er Rod Steiger is basing his char-
shal, be kicked in thy place that Iaeter on in "The Big Knife" is a
sittestr. Your oest obedlent servt- iew Iew llywood guessing game.
ant .- LoAinva Ur.rs." Good clue:, He refers to himself
Jaineel e-the recent flood of ru- as a "father" to all his stirs.
morsi tt all is not well around
th fireside: i Hollywood Uneensored: Yul
.* Br nner's presence in Hollywood
Wdftii-Aritsielf'that. we're while wife .Virginia Gilmore re-
tog tr e keep our di mains in Chicago doesn't add up
too 'that: But its'to-any marital difficulty. She's
Sl rie 1 P, declar- studying at Northwestepi U. .... -
ig fIOr'bal ober to i.nna MA natil, who recently star-
-Ii... ... "Ired in Rose Tattoo" in Holly-
l ".i,;: *.. .wood, returns to the UV. S..in Octo-
D JI Xa e'- .ewe# i hotel. The ber wit her son. He's a polio vie-
Do M, t. fiBQrt 12 dutiess tipi and will receive more mas-
ar9s a r rway asNewowYorksqage therapy. rustrated
to 13k 'iRS y iuine or press agnaint dept: The drwbeat-
itsshows. c o'risebortage in er for a Beverly Hills. spot thought
V is, hoPijpg. i ieus. Last he had a big. twosome item when
ti' w e here salen of 'em Susan aywar dined yith weal-
But Jack thy BotW WeL Day before it was
Sare still to appear in newsprint, Susan took
g i rgeaus ol for The those sleeping pills- andthe
Sahara. item was killed.

Comeian Carlie A on location with "Away
uit- 'tbe kind of AN Boats" retorts no popcorn -4
menacesaat o Veeua.
I he can cash on menace in the vie house on ca r th Suid
Mf_ M** .r. -^ St Thiomas isle in the Virgin Is- m I<1001 8t "u d(VGftwuele.
l.s nd The-eustopiers, instea. the Orsanlattion of Americn Si
Betty. Hutt'a4e-hubby,'Charles uneu heles in coputs and sip methods to Eraduata teaches o
O'Cuuan, laugbs at rumors that them during the performance. -
h e's. etta,.a percentae check, Away all popcorn munchers-
,ver .*letty rfils a night clubI'm watching a fast boat for St. SHOW ING'AT YO1
engaeims t t'Not true, he vows.' Thomas someday. .. THFATER
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Melt butte, or margarinet; add
garlic and cook over low heat d
rnmutes Stir in flour. Combine
Tabasco, water and lime juice:
add to butter or margarine mx-
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Prepare chicken according to rotis.-
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with sauce. Continue brushing e'
cry 15 minutes during broiling.
Barbeeve Better
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Four labwepoons (p stick) but.
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or margarine. : Use.'fotr rolled to.
inatoes-and whole new potatoes.
STOMORROW'8 DINNER Bar.
tecued roasted chicken new pota.
toes, brveiled, tomato halves, soft
roll, otitter ort margarine, scal.
lions aud radishes, old-fashioned
strawberryy shortcake, coffee, tea.
milk. -


ladys Ballestri, 9, holds a huge
mnce of the Inter-American Nor-
Te schoo", 'sunade in 1984 by
lates, eahesi Tiural development
if 18 Latl&iAmerian countries.


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IS TONIGHT!


BALBOA 6:15? 8:10 |AnLes HP. :15 3:10
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Social and O ndIA e



Cristobal laubow Asseably McMahan. Palmira Gonzales. Ma-,
Vnjoys bluamber PartW ry ana-lorank barp, Wanda and
An informal slu ier party was Mike Bell, Clifor Mullina, Bebe
held Priday evening at t.i Marga- Holmes, Larry and Elva bellens,
rita Gym for memCbers Cristo- Bobby a d Margaret Lo war y,
bal Assembly No. 2, ._r of the Helen Dillan, lrew and. Commne
Rainbow for Girls, fowipg the Marzak, Suzy Di mcan, Nancy and.
midnight show at tbaeMargaiita 'Patricia Loleman, Cauny Me Coy,
Clubhouse. -. iEster Bleakley, Brice. and. Gary
Informal gagme wipllayed be- Homa, Norman Spector, Mildred
fore the show and other games Miller, Joebn Muller, Bar bara
were planned for the girls wIo did Lewte' and Catheren and Sandre
not attend the movq.'Lata re- Mills.
freshments were served.--
"Mrs. Charles Judge, Mother Ad- Return From States
visor of Cristobal Assembly; Mrs. And WVin At lriige
Harvey Gullickson and. Mrs. B. After a business and .pleasure,
Donald Humphrey chaperoned the trip in. Los Angeles and the Na-
party and a number of adult s tional Parks, Mr. and Mrs. Ernept
dropped in during the early part of Kohn are again at their home In
the evening. They Included: Sgt. Panama. They were the first win-
and Mrs. rlyd M. Screws, Mrs. ners in the Bridge games played
Norman B. Davison, Mrs. M. L. last Monday at the Tivoli Guest
Nash, Mr. Charles G. Judge, Lt. House.
Davis Stevenson and Mr. Harvey Second was tied by Mr. and
Gullickson. .. Mrs. H. I. Hfoma, and a newcom-
The Rainbow Girls enjoying the er to the gr64p, Lt. and Mrs. p.
slumber party were: June iow- b. pickering, from Ft. Kobbe.
ley, Worthy Advisor of Cristobal1 ForthDr. R. F. Holdren with,
Assembly; Pan*ela Hawthorne, Mr. T. Wlber.
Ramona Anderson, Jeanette an "d-
Janet Swicegood, Jeanne L i n d-
gren, -Marion Delany, Marvel Da- I R In J d i 4M
vison, Kay Stone, Judy Griffon, i .,.,-
Pat Riccio, Pat Eaves, Alive and .? ?
Jean Chambers, Edithann E c k- /< s T
hoff. Carolyn Sanders Andra Lee
Nash, Claire White, Karen Coate,
Marilyn Smith, Kathie Hamilton, t /
Joan Facer, Patricia and Marion,
Leach, Ellen Clute, Rosemary i
Cookson, Sandra Hughes, C a r o I '
Flenniken, Alice' Taber,. ,Margue- .. )l
rite Engeike, Linda Erikson, Huey 5"'.
C. Lee Rachel and Rosalie Radel,l
Teery Louis, Brbara .Gales, Jo'0 te newlookwill never over
Ain Harte, Colleen Salter, Linda .erwlo- Will.. ofror
Cunningham, Lynda Ge*yer, Robin gunl@ s st 'ets that ld I fromn
Gilbert, Marie Bleakley and Don-' th fellow *
na Humphrey.


Taberts Of Gambos
Give Blrthday Party
.Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Tabert of
Gemboa- were hosts -teor a party
given at their bome- in honor of
the fifth birthday of their: son,
Herbie. They were assisted by
Mrs. Francisco Gonzalez; M r s.
Roy Sharpe; and Mrs Millord
Coleman.
Guests included Patty and Steve


National Safely

Council Predicts

300 Holiday Deaths


SCHICAGO, May 26 -(UP)-The
National Safety. Council estimated
tonight 3860 persons will be killed
in traffic accidents on the nation's
streets' and highways over t h e
long Memorial Day weekend.
The estimate was for immediate
traffic deaths only in the period
from 6 p.m. Friday to midnight'
Monday, Mermorial Day.
The council said travel over the
weekend, traditional start of the!
summer holiday and vacation sea-
son, is expected to be heavy, with
3 billion miles.
-"The heroic dead we honor on
Memorial' Day gave their lives
.that the rest of us might live. in
security and freedom,." said coun-'
dcl president Ned H. Dearborn.
"Let's not make it a travesty of
ileir sacrifice by wantonly wast-
me the heritage they left us," he
maid. *
"Our responsibility in to honor'
*the dead and protect the living-
ourselves, our families and o u r-I
fellow men."


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Locks Centennial in northern Miohigan tis sumn le Is reseated
to President Eisenhower at the White House. Looldng on as the
President examines the invitation are Robert Morse of Chcaso .
III, and Mrs. Helen Dean of Grosee Point Farms, Mich., members
of the Soo Locks Centennial cbmmisalon.
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Starts Against N.Y. With Basebal
menteroes rgawrs t sch
NEW YORK,May 26 (UP)-The Phillies have Thbrco MoneColnbes
operated strictly. as a "public futility" this season, looking at the national pastime off a r ;q lk ro
playing in-andeout baseball in and oat of Philadel- thru h rkg cooe g a is ers
phia but don't try to ten thatto the Giants. ,ih lth ltdPressao 'r tMrna
is nothing wvrongf with b mfiballv-.-
Those. biotherlyl~v 6lov krs went two.,Up on all other major that th ame ust Isreturniag merham fo Ig re ro-
bsye been the bu s as league pitcher when he won his to normalc at r the post Vat sdraan
ew York concerned eighth game, a three-hit 6-2 job boom. ftick says-"Before the trn and Is
WttMz vietories in sevon mqet- over Washington before any oth- war a five million attendaeunabSu
a ^ thus far, county a dou- or hurler had gotten more than was considered good. Even in a The cble lo
big header sweep, 8-32jd 5-2, six. Detroit topped Kansas City, bad year we now have seven mid. The ctbler q i nrlpw
last ht antu e, 1-2 while Baltimore beat Boston, a half or eight millon." UAmentero In an ig.
ri2Uo 1, the necks qo first 6-2, then lost 5-2, in. other Frick alto says he does^Unalet I i~f s n
ass Ddker, if only things American League games. Chica- know what effect television will MaLott"evr..

won S A. t ofotrtio the boost when he hit a three-run process. me commissioner a- a ra | r
red yh b4n4, with a homer u in d a torun first and plaven-"I do nt think we'll ever daon .os :tpone ds
u daoly the Yankees coasted in. ''rley reach a. point where we'll get a or The Coml canceed
sw 4t ainS t a truck Wt si to give him a to- Ion wit out spectators In' the T6he o eew ork o .om1ssMon






Thi SB 7ear oS'^SaIt8TS?@ the tel ofd 78tops Inte majors ai parks I do' car hw'4. ;,.,. 15 cHuTt IIt tonight to .... 2 -8 .~l-l
Sts and had been in last lace h Fred Hatfield ad Bill Tut- ject of the major lea u A x- traits -e for his lt
Shtil ate twin wins ast Iw. ate hhia homers a 24-hit of- aanding.. e comsencr ayl0 'ulltJs J5 eanw l, bnf
ye was Detroit's sixth t 1s Inevitable but doesn't know1. fight at. the Panama O lytep






*el Robhuferts atuci'ii si wi against c~lcr on ls oe~ CC Js wenI wllhppu.Pic:.35512bnei '9 F470 B~e ... .'w aa 4M
n check0 tohe Gl t wi t thebo s t n 1 1 h e lld tooda' ul wef-a Pil hav ss3 he t "omisileller" 7k-
i- hits to win the pener. is latest l streak at five big lea ba n all across tAe M V, p
bigste Ahe f irehiterandPatin.s he a rle e ca




b Dwit aa s 'ilr an n tunc ou eightaftwer thent and will no a lO I IrRROR oa h b
ajuuaed b Lan e~e Dv.. Baitiaior'iolei took the opener The commias1onher also Seant, Pat Smith Ap sthe two take lak am of Theig c
Sas te et wi th a 12-hit assault that i n th e majors have reached e oreelmont National Maiden Hurdle Stakes at Blont Park
pn?e pu h behind the: bat. eluded a triple and two singles saturation point in night base duplicated stride.h Pri-ce Beget. Danny DP bgnay aboard, won.
hbit a te ad- J by B co x ive enseI-o baell.InhAlbrto Ascari NATIONAL 2 EAGt A RICAN I
bei.n S nIonr, iWhl ooa n ldisiiuield er hal l esiaio Jf i00hnson .. .





tDblbtlnl e1and Rie his t~li dayb hi frs JcieJese hotl i heos- ^ Cheaicago OOOlO~- Pi, 2 eams t (25) L "P oL



t1 W ~ ne iI bl-iallll SSlt~ IflV Accident'v BurC~wyen^ 27 9i|M .750htL <,,m G.- Ne Yar ....2 11 -
MI sOt a ale i n '1 aas d1n d out four way. Jensen has asked the Red is d-* Sd to fn
i Qtfy n sboa its anad topp trookie arry sox fbr permission t rotes Or..earea.

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g1, T he 18hl uffer lnn ro asd th s offered ^ 01"^" as Qon aldee d a scuf ah lwaith Itc-~t fJluB ih, totrn h gema s an to as0 t from l b ehind ber- gainnna .. .. 9 .5 0 Boston .m .nii 1 S 1 1
il Ro l hs go li rsaaa-77-2-7l. for.on .. bin la nt ry Me r t o Ia-art wa f ae a rly raiel-a^ hs1 8 .n s1 11Va
bmita theietrem in' a duel wo rh yd b 0 lrmo r1apted the se.'cod eg.t W d...e 1'y playd. In te 6hsfuai-al Nw o* 0
t -r by h.givis ntgear ,sCiy u bit o nt ender Wash in the rt fb w c e u Phadl T D1 0E 1












I ^ns'3 e Ra s-topsem Ond St.ouaelyru of 8-7tnu Mt hey 85. day vplo erulanied by ocky a1cia focdgloroas tteen ^ m iti usw M Te RIcalhmondte cha rolnat Syracuureh washington I^t IW Net as
torit overallho .dr o pd to Edl ikishk fralnsn Dr o thdtouhed nthe un b.daesip etSna hn S.Id tCiaoDtota ssa



Jen' aMde ad bex icl a y ace ht -Fred RHatfieldCnd Bill-Tu t- 7eC o te light hea Iles der uo0t Joe meanwhl e a1"


alne n tilh e twi nt nsti* he ea Spei homers 4 l b es e me w ll My fher fiascsol o t- didngtet hrswdayrou hrence a e led Cin a32) Ml uee ntd nou. ap alemai
|ser w ipenoet. u th e in 0thAleDtroits sx o- kigegue Jlo in- d erl 'f T Ma, M ayIn e viabemtdosn- 't k et row1Juo 1T)enefit



Ie Roerts o ot ver -1six,3,n Bg ainst o8411-over Milwa u st when Itunwill on Pe m odl .ight investiyation of whe 11 ae kin aorsf Mmot e Pet a Spet at s and Aosnarlyf erraITE P G ie) YSTERDA S lL ,
an 'ci cdt losasdo te lth a rIe Cnin at 0. .0006 10-1 .45 1we5w B os hatv...0.... f
s d i bene at ye d ofine on oei h wenn a ta o 8h8-1 Dr nd y sio nf da wathe M n as laed toad alnera wd hastne to Chliaor 01U 0 s100.1 145 an Krmott.. 4 .-7 1R m
h1 sfno er man y eas l ot ra-1 -78 Bi l o r W h .J ea seuaus MePn- o w a ones d a or tow u hld a r gt. aa fter stt e nb3 1 otae rwill 6n tI
bur mad threADnee h t D s 9 -he e oagTed fo aPno erto f a taed aPe p Hal n ol a wit find *. T le 8 ra ,
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at ta.3j A i6ne o the Dne elmontNat codl Maidehe orethmSS atoturers a P t ree aonsr the oved rPant obtr Varga and Wiek e o o inr t h
Otp on ce whoind theRe1 w e n tr P eiad T oma T hat ta b tes ato dne Me aa niighi ann ft tInien a hradon h n t nge t e a
. V fhor h ell pd rwoe n tc ye Msay id e.- h me l itte be au m eo u taln oy J on wa oS atfterapitD nn too fereem ab onaol a n e SIfnday w N i s amet i D Ero i at G a1 10 it-
n a nt whe i na l Clb soa an a byovely Cor n x. a It ev ent br a up .r ase oe c hse vove 'a b town is Pri. te oelrr and in the ntCanoNe at MIl0auke (2 Bostoa Ba lt im









*ore by 1 he gam e. In The3 last Baum nocc8redmew Yrkgacahicontenaer P b the haslcharged at oMoran.h contract turred P lewlYork at h e i 0he 00gt 0 0a De(hcao at:) land Dalee.
n 'o Rn so nd6 Houed t o v e7in t 1hrern 8i-Boson' dvs Fiok ay,' beoer Marin fo rdAS to colla p at t he dave me we dat m a ru I khso ( 2), ro halL
r oh dtriumph el comre olVllrigh racked ooie agnl sgetton is ein io theson ond g do wna S 1 on h n Roiorene re dt 'tiran emeATOtltAh e5 Go Ln e
mam "cloe Cub at oteok ove da and Dr.t ~ ofrn Ramn 918-3 be on ai t hMaco enermot Moal-tueviseda boft wi he'ode pa da.h Mof 'waotbet Setatorse~ po s a'osd )erra-eo dle, TIrwinandW es rm REU tS YEh TERA'Sa
n i ace fr om th e w iartsl iteo n c ding ot s ftrt and .J ensenh e aohnen e mrs jo b Me i prom-oRed as md u re wehigcth' alu.bTs other..tIe0 C lb a rdeno Di cnr a ) e W h 00 0 -i:lI









'I ne a nr h hobd Ru shp o ) omer Alm V 8 Jn "ya gint champlwion Sn e orma La d-er |o ay. be lbit e tb L aveL" WUs Patde pata. ('- L o ned Rain)
le r nd atd Bpt in thabo tago- 8p1 fob aN o- Bngo ron-t C arlue dumesd a bxgooay s i To m' "Bas Burll hfed J ts whoith t fr. Cith o0 0l05 Mc rott 2 -
R10-73 Bil' STAra 8et11- Aom M 23,s finedu me all a-pnkhd oIhTs s iohcet sr wahI e hibothid Loule and Cn eEgh an one alam ad te wa NAeratyamN
r h e IpA o fP1o'an pted ich- r ABai n tLl ge ment lisri ngaut e au si n way u rac or o i s frien an r acintg o i- Rice, 0a l G1r a0-d.
list o VUfei^ Ialt4 inte IouSrpoos. der iaie0n6sado rI erwe a 22a n T oandu ikuo wle of a Pe Pere. r( oa end.T te t8. thIatn 1da 8 ) an oa A
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^ f noe M ributori. PL wevtr, Pres- Dr~s a61-2 big shot Iim Cre isn~ i_ techrobt Mof d Mali.. n o s hea lth.T he servi ladud. (K 1' fie- rTlly in*' [the eond antd b hit tersywhen.obkoWeoeetiv a re tiono h i esnt o a s g Ge ev ora dtlr ratio nd i hn 0o" ve inr 8 Ro i ars A E o f
gofa~ h eul i pto thequaliyin dealie Su twoankdivisionsc "by d ore Mac maker eterlory o njete ofhaven't seerrni parnr a ba tie Ilith a ing eru ini Fe wfoeu-rA.T~~ue, Hret'(') ecaulB
aIVather poor n on tor n ldI y latest RA O Ip rTing fa re sxr s idae t e aea, d a t it il i. eg. t aen 8 and d pApa
f theyonig t one-towarr Rsh (3-w 2) EAU ErC B s- o Booe as ono surris. ot w ttted th t Cu r ed Hc 5n h P b r
tohwitnessphtaothwerhe atn .Bstorq srod g hea pr o h nd ddd aothr in 7b


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B~ fe ^qas~!?^0 glore Iftifin national L ArS'GAjNE?%^
Moorero t hroGe on top ambongxter rev tu rne tn amnhidly.M werekr. sftre mne oeril,' oug-h- L le rrnlTaD










s e cr weght aogtondr.IDset Is suther firs Jhs on~ D iepuy Atordneyge i royn a nd John".nothe Comiss Ion Nhw.Rombe01r 00 00-4e 0tBal P ow re 0 U10 #10
Qffngs Srdan. yfro lenchapi a lmet.nmachmaerabi h promorg I t set oymnag eru t h e Cobus pi et scr. e s seve thli-e,;Cw*an t.
RTayMuobinron wa s the num b. whnEeitre a dota fistIn in ha'"u ?th e f stIhiog nth nd oB rdt, o gov a
:whenhewe to Chicagoh omer.tbecausehrtchame1oun.1
'Ra. o a k i l tl M or a nt v n tn enm n o vn y "Thbie tio.whtabo ttis"ov err l ind W edn aday night and th nahadi- waukee
g aeI s h ole g ailf y n r ow idn in g Aia Se v .enth b e md dle weir ht a e c on an e hc h h d h l r s o P r p ~ t L u b e .Th e aV akailleadK i. o b r a (6 3 a d S m i i k
A l r ~ ~ o i f t 7 2 5 R ~ B f l n 1 4 5 ,i s l a t i o t i.g c 10 o f Jh n so, ay 2 6t .(s a idM o f fra i n g ted Il ag e m e nto h eats- a n tot c o m ecfr o mdbe h i n do r k a tu l o n G a m e )








Chrl uabm east1e idhk 1the sonad lso -tinsisthaNnl S
en nooft1e exhi. play.In the Haroldapd. 000,otuf200-2ran Maltlroet000r,0000 1
.nt at'the Cubs n. *.., rated 11 ItgIll -offiem aMilwuke1swug. i er1)s chmo rh d G U
plc eor by theGantso8yfP8mers re aulu dinmg-dart erand mo logicalcontenderi the a Bego J oB sLIN w hich satithe coftrac, t ko.enl ope d o R1 00 lk (3) .
RaIdHus '8-7 Way ut s i athend e dvision Nybck Mrci-orEdAhMm to' colaseatothend omietssnfied s dahiera hIael a 4010 0 10 0 ons 0-, h et ow a
lose :at sin ~locenSndy an r.rank Raymond 1,-8-83 be one a1sin Iall Ertlvised bouto ifth radeC da.1W of a pact between both 'were ahipostprv sod denlp r #
$4 .totfid-mt e A toifclPii(4r 140 tog ed somnLid-
Ai ghOh a t onte de a- o ifa teda nd si id his- lid lew Clock and0 Moss.x







tcai'comenelB van96b aRauinh 8 no .hsns taher se ond rodq orass. na-icaest 19, aboutoe month an o a T on trealot at Ciagoap t
andbasedonth early eo u P1 it (12 to4hande b uetdefensewillMa y li.ht ha e inac 6prtous d.- ai no'wy wod il' The o tpher each bs hdw aso T Me
fl il n b r alnu ierdof scap -Rb ~ ni )A c U 3 31 -l, ~ aanstWmiddleweightsusta in di. -.had ri nld 'f inusedra in o f- Dic ks on. (-








w ll: com peTe in 1he amY Aanon 84-1-7e Bob k No som R lsn.O CharLTles Hulnez 's, Gemor Loade t s uspend, b iied bprtty ogo rey'sss h ow to d ot h el. p












vey 08-10-73, Bh ill' Arant ogo 8411 isLnm erAne mdlwih staeh o xig fore as ) dasurr. Th om was BurkeCBSh Jot's, who ri moe (Night -5 2 81
ith to ughay a nd. Johnsone Isool PaygroJoofobostohn. sougate siant an oeknowIae Tbe
nut a tentr'. roM.A s 1 3,DA. Jmens s8.-14-74 rdThe ~Mg~ecnsdr dmitingthirsignaturd estherj-Pesaksedt~ h aae h e 'Ia ~~.M ~it 2 2 5-31

r 4 rersentUv' forthe Al-Jli Ie 9108 adJues nobereamn teliht n*p Chairman ntbok ad avsunbe oJaem"Ioaue u Hvnabonedba- wt
Ide t A I~s~ 6n of the fin st he tt ntl ao 'a l i In ite ~ h du kn ow i defe nd aga Jinmt G r oweld e vy, d e M o oran's at rsG &P.king Mo r nte l drese vatl ga'4 a d t e o e n f o t OV r a ndW1( a a 3 8 o t c a ', i .
amaeurgot~r I th R11sblc t th qaliyig dadine Sn- ~ithrn o ed isWallac e d"Bu d" beihidt)aiatey oeten d that al.diln o sarinw prters he lies A 'wItasigernn t bIt.
If w e n o s ot liv ove _ R ng twMa g az iione h s P er y B a a- cpro ve rth a t eM r aniso"eri f" ha- ven t w os men. t s i i d h t M C o u b sshr d t ieinmth e Bl'09 iy t P I sttsig
thI pcdT' ii'xntn ei po utt e h s ch r elithat Morn CA, Betra Sodtdde an er nui In (PanpdedRdi)slayrpeareclbdg ab
(atothouh ur a e t mne c RV1 i ngaboxr a yi n eshver orlsRushi (3reek ammoema le ihhtocoeOu h Ke~:Deri
net .qcoro ~" In. B~ssett is suff ering n toth e w ianholding -down a wRot v" of an said.e "1 ed -9),Ro brg and t~c~e, ~ Ciy~
his Lon top ailmeno" h ev-t.e 4-b wffiiu s eth wek .'wM= i, mog orht;!g0. i
round, of roa~~~~~~~ matchm~~Ake attorney oGeneral re gAte me *o~n, eths- Co thitsion tmu ice..~kd-utqla~C~aoa
hig i-nLtte r ea. W eth erweight.. champion S n e m n T yo r.da6lkNra e. -Uh a
o,~,one miU~ dy 0 ddle weigtook on te d rthe chinstaninav na g Ag, ai st i o
t e d itail fe t BvU E U
whc br teol aursof"e- oesi thre he -t atSacSugart, Kingrn
ba~kIM15.iif an ve i b rIen W_ _I f~l 4T~4 a g
'h s o e anmBb A on-titl e but euadingThnrwatabut-hi,""1.45WWe saY nigh ndten- Mhlad ~j
~" ost~tMaylO LWa ergh, ffIt ot coa- Viof onhnoSt.& iht, Sai
Mdaii antNyo pne .lit nA OpowsAdior:fr9Md eraandn to come r oman beah-NPAind to reW og.ainli~a',S
th e A l A o n bda go wlf t '7. 2-75 ia d'ec-5, vy o g a last lonth L p E ... ein. kl h m a f 9 a Mi noAS Ia.. 26 .1 0a ~' u s j 4
*31 Well I se th t th TBe a 4 Ball kaderi rthe dtouhe seo d T o m sin-st fight -Jth, 110-8 vic tor n the '0111 Ygaeah Mn tr# ae)l ~ 1 ~ lS B l n 3 i
th a go f W .3-77 Paulte am umg avi ngetm 85b o.- # e haPet. O sa s -" udu I nerthCrl Al I nten, al twion al New a '....092100016 ..5 8 5_o qI au
Zns's Ransom andw01th8and Gene7,Caguse werenep'e54 44, division '.20 -150 '-sa1
m ol a rne y M ab 6 0 hieth ao llt oe a'th e e n d S a innsis fch aiw s-d te d Nw i th m' 1 1 'c 8 1'
DaCoeatsx0c okSndyan~d Drs -are. a ltte ore9-88. at thigth~v onede f hecody I M rou Lnd fot-l a S ,a botice o n te man* encyclcopedia t Rielneaill- (-514,21 I Cf -
vtasont are hatethe AaanJt dpte oof thpaworlb"'h5 were 0 o ltp um e dasets of dan Co rwnmb and 42'W enle Atle~c -
a reo 'd umbre of *Skidtobath em83aet nl-2L7,leune2 gant Midle eight Gov. Gog eae o muporegf hch-a cedtanled. seviceto hepr-
to I h rn o 41-1.D olii e adibnLo c9h ap,; eSyrat ue..23m
'resent thel. Canal Aay Zo Ne TOsn. hre mnzsaeboxaseifrng e oK go a yos.ffngae 5 ~' W .Tn pnsalto ana
pj'w! 1 -10his 7ahe Bis l AanbgsotId!~t ece tilo is, 84ot-lceah $. ThomJ~as Bure 'pi. Th as, ho VVl.wth
tfe e* fPna at R1"W8-1-5 gsi TAmitn h i trsonteMw sre h'Itin tho aawwa to edoit ng theinafield.2 15-12
in e543Caameon te lie1d.top chthlbenter 'acslint swagegeruinethe 8-onida- Pa dtt sms ran"fgom. after abw ork '"uitSTRDo' AMma-~
1 o etat nthe e t soure. dsw ho 86-10-76 know bome RAIBWe IchmpTony rnsy emknorletg eso a"e edaysri." e14 rettytoodin10
swbin 11yd in. oo f r 80festLAU.soudc easnsrpse or srviesthemach.9 "LtetsTae Srijup" oed Havn a 0010n .
the' P s a luo 8-1-7 reayplk D o -MTaroTm thymset tt L therMoanwascale o.. r. Valrenoder or imdl ondsdartrBll-Pwith Ae d re flever85 leo' Mirne
Rex~lafr m n ea rs:f 10-t G albn t o play I9, 1cagael 909-8, B s ctionon un 0.Rlay hro und Ls iyoand Lavip setoe him o ipJhnis bgeout onatiownabouslahn df r RAy, Log Irclub s Fowler ( 10-4)
o p e w l st r a n' a h m o eCi yheg taorhe V t r n o x e t. l ir e Have is w idly a P' rsta(t). 4 L ax.,
n Isedtn't thin k ae kidi the sC oiner P e e or o en"i he M mm a l S ~ ~t h s w k'- T e
JuG S lanio c~aide -10-82have belen lsca obe..............n anotboo lad wes uabl toatend.beaus Haan boris10IS& it
a c c O U -,o ut- 6t fo fsthbase.sH eOr k wb n "(3 -6 )
1nt#I o i o a e 15 and=4ivi-Mag azvr ityneights ter a sd- poeffot i hatM rnich "h e rsruc iot." e11{ M esifi ed that N. 1Cte u nner enttledPittsburgh


SandWaIldtake1yand2.vide r CityHihts 3te6 Ide-and wha*e str2c. o1t se %a*' MIS stance. entiled e
~snd~vev-i t Into p60 youget p0. We of btest' Giscombe SCOUters' 13 to!I What makes *his more starthilCkiAswr:of'senitedt gOfle Ifr h g, ati.Yak
an*d ius Cit Little League. same thin ,We;Answe: Hi's;ng 0aspnnta.me
noW yob Otyour sh_ the' chap i in the Rain- Last season, you see, he did the
oaJerome'Cole was the leading IsE i --i the meo reason why of
th s Just a BuWhet hitter, collecting 3 hits, a home his VFW clubi has won the Past'as not bal .
run, a double asii a single inIthree pennants in competiiog for a SuM waiS .
N gO"-d Pl f three trips to the plte. boys from 8to 12. This is hlias sa.leS 4 .
roudi f George Nevera was the winner third seasd ja Little League, anKtw M 'hel 4 t
...1..... and S. GAO=e the loser. accomplahmaet i itself as Mat A. 5," Wy o
AOs A 'v A Beries of Y?11s"ams wil kids doeL make a team untilll geyJa.
,BALO betplayed strtl'g anda Ybe- they're 16 imbetter. He's got a'- Atr -Was*
^twm etchamps. and a aselec- other season, 5ad around Milfordl a
rtiamtratwotheleague. theyva put MN down as redi. t as
su me in the future book. .to I L aW to t a t
ST2ITLY SPOeTING Duk _ryManut
bate Inaeonamed Its a cut
risk.on SaturdL bq W OOlag., De..- (NRA) -In dried Wpropmltn for playe'
*1o a.m. M the estimated $150,000 gross the Emne. .- Rep.. Babe
In Ji. n'A IawareH League of B* venBoo

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0 aly wanSt a member okite lodfe long en-6o0 6D
be".. a$ ISOauthemtic .5-U.S gre"t. Ne had only fit.
yp yewa t Wheor.f them, of courseW weh
saoabto mfl)Uiie5virhe hit iS. .26, M.Mf
m.af d him b ewk an mthat
Jotxfa g~fc. Aiapierand, In tact, .afll gresfat pltehws
push. basbal faon fl.tF V*
l ve t time I saw O'Doul he was In the vitcheft
t. M0m lq, .f
Thls w'eIneIev$ e =nwnof u 133. I .til rle-
Mo seet if ame 4e fte k mu ss33 HM tod game y. wpt
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AnywNy, hO quit pltahh* and nt' peer fend him eare
with salt Labp leading the Jedgue's MtUIS wltbadhitlmi^^.
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come up wher both amdeu are
confused. Can an umpire mma
a auggetion that wouldstralht.
en out the cofudasla?-Maurlce
bcheeker.
Anwer: No. The umldr.fnt
a meeh. He ea t. g tmky-
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in 8 In 1. ...he b.ir.adw the P k l aa laCdc men IM ttiw .s. o
SNFRANBCtISCO. -t.is.. In alty wMVeh..isr trouble with previous patIere,
tote ai e hishe tattoo none ot whi e enet rl th ired o t arinis llt the at ri
Trm Tmes sinu sre woutd wnu aowas I vistio. i har the team's I prenth
l uch as uasphemn't WhairL where e aD maginos wr cu plights causeids eba-people to
tra), th Preidio, The Rok (preumably s is cmemra- Phwr illionaw b cre o t-so clb

tolve of a mbeo dsti ply i a forgotten n Pncifi. Co n cast Leer),l Yet alnin his ameyon the at di
Cit ToWel antei the wble clas (theores an automath end Io iyou present thlMe ts no e hreno
mSued to rao thavtem as e uait, w the D Tohtnc clt r oea ore ll popls to
status s aa 1 o lndmark ad. obelt of urist Intereustoeal the was to a .gosiPclub when things
we beck, theo tiewhen ed wheh t town wMnown ac u ation I th hiiwrennd put' im
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bden thu couesdlo ThteRockepr o bonelu wuongit hout lh bb BX theroerMaclroubl
ricBet adh M e tbfer c thr' an mtoate ances YreOeU tred is no t iorrtioaue
tol At s o sOd A tewOrd aLEF1?' n toto temno P sguh are anthetW- trm.
thugo a adIo r e o Interst.a go lthe to &-god fast so a2thigt
~to the time whe the ownngs 11"S to go wriengi f M e


-" ab atter nf fatP he murdered mt~ ~A*elote ob uitc hin a, bay me uo
in 976 big alogames he aeraged .4p. Twice led the wLem th .
hIitring lM with the phIlliea In 13129 and .368 wikh the _oIBrflS stepped out oq tia dugout~
In 1932. In rOherhitM 3wil ttlhePhlI opbutIt wasnodee. Im
Tat was the ear Tey pced out to hiJimt 40Jim ree obined
'The 040 markIn the towering, snow-capped peeak to which the .eds, was batting .407wh
ia -bI hittrsmaplre; to have missed by a margin of only two a brMse caused faulty bood cir
pointsmust be' distressing experence. As soon as catch up cuat In.hi..sA loe andput him
w"h O'Doul On this trip I plan to ask him where and how he in-the hospital. Meanwhile, Smoky
missed, at just what point the ball took the funny bounce that Burge", who .we t o Ciiaath
spelled the difference. tgarsh in te .trasaci;e,. hit a tonss amn-
It may be'necessary ato go ycrossthe aY to catch up with| w s_..fers from bursitis his
him, for he is no longer purely a local Instltution. There was 0bUldet..
a time when tHe d no more thIk of op in e gates of .the e sPhi have be guilty
local ball park.without O'Doul as manager thap sNOb HllI maitre of an incredible stretch of bad
d' would countenance the serving of bpneless squab without wild baseball, but their'over-all trouble
rice can be traced to Inp
ting. and'obid pitebing.=e IM.
Uente IOplayers gointp a qe dilve
LOYAL TO LEFTY upon themselves to Alft the etfit

vany after a lonit-Usnbrcak.run here. -'thl sseasonh'a ieplaYinga is" t arey48 tiot"a""
Oakland.:In s ccesluon Charlie Dreusen who movedup t Bob- Carenter can very well
Washington. O'Do 0Is& to have -had several offers tonan- fire Crpn me r can.'aryw
aqe in the majors,. but amatly none w wattractivaenough ese ebalims- L. su v
t6 overcome his California preferences. I"iminded these da' so w nqt
The barber in the Palace Hotel here, It developed, ia a loqlm haede.te setdys ,6 why n,
.... ge? QI o.'t make me ftug_,"he V .m + thp I n Perps theipollster *ql IO.
his .aof--ltlm iforgot mer bnaseball 4 tt ema wu viden 8 ut Lo d
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i fplay at bat and ea the baere bst the,
tuoh'pying table tennis. .he Bauer foto
combination.


Fial Try For Robinson Is
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Dodger -in Of Ditress

y HARRY' GUASO? Alston, s foremost pitching prob-
lem, however, has to do ith re-
NWY'ORK -, (NEA) -When lief workers. The Ddgers' fire-
the 16ter. lost the last three on fighting is shaky, to put it mild-
th i w terntrip and v kw held to ly. Jim Hughess otly fair. Clem
two rus as many amines In Labine is nothing special and Ed
St. i Was later Alsoor decided Roebuck disappointed after e t-
t w e to make a decision. ting off well.
ng rr ,Alston decided to find Relief pitching becomes m ore
O n ad for all whether Jac- Important in m odern baseball
lo x lis still a per- with each succeeding year. oJ e
former. HO put the best y- McCarthy called his Yankee re-
er the Brooks ever had back on lief men pitching specialists. The
thiud. be to remain until he'does Job calls for an entirely different
something at, his .230 4tting temperament, and arm. This type
average or His determined -that of pitcher-gets used to beng in a
te slump. codd be permanent. jam.
It was the first sign of distress
on theGowanus. CASEY STENGEL' FURTHER
Robisot,, 36 and on the solid fat stressed the importance of relief
side.'kids about his being finished. pitching when the 'dlarat swept
as though he felt he was. the last set at Yankee Stadium.
Even while they) were running
up those strIings of 10 nd 11 "We'get rid of-Lemonor who-
straight there waiw evidence that ever is the big pitcher," moane
the uperbas were .not the .super O1 Case, "an then whatdo we
cdub they appeared to be get-thenm other feller s?" e
They wIere ,scoring something meant the supeative fire extin,
like seven runs a game e w e guishers, 6.ight-banded Ray.N -
sweeping to a 3 aMd 2 mark. On- leski and left-handed Don MoasL
ly three pitchers went the distance A club lacking tight relief pt-chh
agalibt:hA Mand they were-beat- nlg. eat affordd to. lose ant ack..
' '. ing ballmayr like Jackie Roin-
'The Stooklyn dudb woldM put onsn, sn Aton obviously isn't sa-
a lasge inning in mid-game, after tisfied with what's behind him at
which their pitcher would be un- third base, Don Hoak and Do.
der no pressure Zimmer, or else one of thep would
; have remained in. the lineup.
T"E DOIibIRS-HAVE to score
runs. Their more capable pitching With Zimmer or Hoak batting a-
is not deep e-ough to carry an head of the pitcher and. Junior
outfit that doesn't score freely, Gillit the 'lead ft man, hitt n
Don Neweombb bounced back like a roati .JS, thereewasa fright-
an election~ pdater. Carl ErskinL ful hole at the tail end and start
never was more fridable. Bil, of the batting order..
ly.es is.pretty lood, too, b u t And too -many of the Dodgers
uss Meye r and ohnny Podres real altogether too vividly the
are erratic and nb one knows a- Giants closing 13% lengths on
bout Karl Spoener. them in 19L .. I


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WBy kno"A1 O BMAN The Mle were reading in
the Ciel aeti Post how a Dan-
* WWg3 +A) HIs veS,, MWu., grandmother won e
,.a.O t .ery Grove, O horse las year which so far has
ultW- U deM re" Aon the te taUm. Tore than $5,000 In
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well, with Alfred awynne van- when rerevetatives drove up
ea0l, G te L. idmoeer o td tell him hed won a horse
ia eh Jter was his .laonic
oo- stable s The Mills telephone has rung
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,a=A&I _0T1pwithfive c. te
St'Cney priAtU o plant pop was Ip, a
was AteA. o jorl a de- Grade A- apinter), but Wa
ade fJ fWu .ewt. model
'a _d.itmkd i,',I t tter a- p
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Harrison is.45, but the St. Louis
veteran's putter remains hot,
He demQnitrated tha With 6'
66-.7-70-269, which account t e d
for tbe Gkeenbrier Open at
Whle Sulphur Springs.


hanhr to' '* -
A-' s fo a 's up-
keep are paMd untl ay 1,.and
after that Walt has- te a deal
with ggin ti to ttain ohd race
her with his owp horses for a
ndhmldl fte. Bad Seftp, the ugly
duekling, gets a-elance to run,
too. Because tracks which once
wouldn't accept ,te maIden
reldlng now -relent 'Vider the
lure of getting the fleet Dephl-
dese.
There was a entucky Derby
eve dash for maiden fillies that
Delphidessa was supposed to en-
ter and win, but the horse had
to be scratched because she
bucked-d his shins.
It'll be another few weeks be-
fore Walt finds out If he'll hit
tre J ackpt 'ith his filly be-
cause her shins had to be blle-
tered.IMeanwhlle she's been lux-
muiting' at Haggin's place near
Lezigtmdn, Ky., and working out
t Keeneslaud.
Walt's. back on the Job bang-
ing -the linotype keys. Some-
body Sti-l got to make a living.


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It Is a misaken idt' that many
of our breed of today are an- .
ctent. 'Thugh there are some
which have been relatively sim-
ar n type and reasonably pure
in bloodlines for many centuries,
the vast majority of today's
"purebred" dogs have 6nly been
typed for a few canine genera-
tions. Even these types hays, in
many instances, changed in style.
The setter, much to the sur-
prise of many people, was used
as a hunting dog before the use
of firearms as sporting weapons.
In fact, although it is thought
by some that the breed was so ,
named because dogs sat or "set" |
their game upon locating, it, it is
more probable that the n am e
stemmed from the fact that game
was caught in nets which were
'set" or drawn over both dogs
and game when the dog located
and pointed, only bibs. b
The setter belongs to hte span- white front
iel family. The long-haired hunt-mahogany e
ing dogs of Spain varied a great further selea
deal in size. They varied, too, in they are sol
the intensity of their instinct to In Scotland
point. were typed a
It is only natural that the large. don Is credit
er dogs of the spaniel family could contributions
cover more ground. This made of the breed
hunting more productive and the name.
type of the dog began to follow
the pattern of practical size and The Englia
poininting ability,. gamut of (
Color varied through the gamut such an occ
of spaniel coloring. There were confirm the
black and whites, red and whites, all the setter
reds, usually with white chest, nations ago.
feet and perhaps a white- blaze ,..s....
with some ticking on the head (Dtrute
and muzzle, blacks and black and
tans.
If certain individuals or fan. Encanto.
ciers in certain localities happen- WAH(
ed to breed dogs of similar color-
ing because of perference or con-. Rflnd
venlence, color as well as c on- h "TH L
formation was typed. Doroth
Upon the development of fowl. 4A
ing pieces, the use for the point-
ing spaniel multiplied and its pop-
ularity remained high until this 'DEAL -
day. In the intervening period we Johl
find the predominantly red and A m
the red and white setters popular l SWD8
in Ireland. Arle-
The red dogs, called Irish set- I
terms, became more and more solid
in color u 2til 25 years ago when


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Vietnam Warlords
6el UtIImalum
From Premier Diem
SAIGON, Indochina, May 26
(UP). Anti-Communist Pre-
mier Ngo Dinh Diem has sent
South Vietnam's feudal warlords
an ultimatum asking them to
law down arms before Saturday
or face annihilation, informed
sources said today.
They said Diem has ordered
defense undersecretary Tr a n
Tung Dung to trigger off a mas-
sive offensive against the rebels
early Saturday if they reject his
ultimatum.
Diemnt decided to act promptly
against his opponents as the
first monsoon rains lashed Co-
chinchina bogging down the 30-
battallon national army task
force arrayed against the insur-
Itents.
He sent the sharp warning
Tuesday to the r.mmander-in-
chief of the 40,000-man private
army of the HoR Hao religious
sect. sources said.
Simultaneously, Diem Invited
the mustachoed warlord to come
to Saligon to discuss the price
the general believes he should
,pt in exchange for his loyalty
pledge.
Informants said Diem Is ready
to pay Gen. Suia $4,290,000.
Vehicle Ferry
From UK Leaves
For Vancourver
A vehicle ferry which made
the long trip from the United
Kingdom under Its own power
stopped briefly in Babea today.
The Princess of Vancouver
pushed off for another leg of
her voyage at noon today. The
craft is bound for Vancouver,
I C.
The terry is a vessel of 5553
IMs tons. 2430 net.
It arrived here with 16 of-
seWra and 20 crewmen.
pt. 0. A. Th7 psoon i s
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The panie was touched off byJ
the hanging of seven men in thed off by
railroad town or Ubero. The flee-
ing farmers claimed these mur-
ders were the latest in a series of
similar incidents that have taken
at least 50 lives.
Authorities speculated that the
hangings might be retaliation by
ranchers for thefts of cattle by
farmers. A defense ministry
spokesman in Mexico City said the
ministry had not entered the sit-
uation because it was a state mat-
ter.
Fifty state troopers guarded U-
bero.in the state of Oaxaca today,
and police in the area of Salina
Cruz on the west coast continued
their search for the 20 armed
men believed responsible for Fri-
day's hangings.


hrevenive Arrests
S, made in Yugoslavia
f F0r Top Reds' Visit
BELGORADE. Yugoslavia, May
28 (UP)- Reliable sources said
today, only a few houre before
the arrival of the top rvel Rus.-
San delegation for conferences
(NEA Telephoto) with President Tito, that at least
.W 118 "preventive"' arrests have
- At Washington. been made in the last 48 hours.
Lod Levy takes the stand The sources said Miodrag Po-
W-the Senate Invtl- povic, former secretary-neral
i committee, which re-. of the new defunct BoV et-Yu-
Sbh e aringson ltary agoslav Frien Shp society, wa=
con t r a c ts. Previous among those setaside for the
b had testified that duration of the conference.
company had helped to The society was quietly dig-
what chairman solved shortly after Tito's break
.asI a "nest ofmal Meanwhile, about a score pof
grafters." Russians, generally believed to
S, -be members of the MVD (ecret
"iolee), were posted at the Z e-
inun airport keeping wateh ftr
S. 75 4 t etleaders.
:L .....75- e Russiansmreceived -"
ress reports from the coan
DV A Ytower every few minutes on the
Sl S:20 t: pr). delparture and movement of the
.:. hta from Moscow bearing the
.' .-tar delegation.
A Yugoslav communique s l
delgation leader NikitaKbu-
S t Communist Party flM rt
s -Ntary, and the others wla
ir.< II v- .a r~Mound noon.
ven as the Rusiana ,wind
toward Belgrade Informed ob-
servers renewed specelateiol
to why Khr ev, and not
P premier Nikolai Bulgant, _w
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WAS TJGTON, May 26 (UP)- debt limit. The Gore plan calls -(! i UP)r .
The Senate yesterday rejee t a d for sipanc of regular govern-..
President Eisenhower's 101-b il mentw bonds to help pay for ,the se .
lion-dollar highway program and program. B
-prepared to pass on a sealed- The President's program called Let e pe, I oe tru ls Safe br Zni n.r
down Democratic substitute. for a 10-year, 39-billion-dol 1 a r
S'e roll call vote was 60 to '1 highway program under which the
.Against the President's program. federal governmentt would contrib- TiIBTEI E.ARPANAM I" DA IM "t !io
j defeat of the admistrat i n ute 32 billion and the states 7 bill TIT TEAR PANAMA, .5 THURSDAY, Ma 15 P NT
plan was a serious legislative set- lion. States and other local gov- -'- I "l
back for tne President, but e- ernments also would build 62 bil-
pubhcan leaders pinned t h e i r lion dollars worth of other roads A '
anopes of ultimate victory on an. without federal aid. o r" "Mo
fallout elfort to kll the Democrat-1 The Gore bill calls for an 18- I O F head-
Tc substitute by sending it back to billion-dollar five-year program. insIt49 S I49 Senate -
'a committee pigeonhole. The federal government w o u ld am alrpower,
Yesterday's Senate actions cul-put up $12,5,000,0 O the states na diuaoWwta eol ter

ntseh:ienrp forye5 r Salk Vaccine Distribution .
,way project first was rejected by m state hig hway s pem, omi,, tee Iseoo if I'tl le I f 1 W a;dref f th
Phe enate Public Works Commit- ButnGoe'sb billrov"ids fo5 o r eS ba ki Th u n V ai t te fn- knwn wtho th W..W@111an em b the ane
ae which approved a subs titute B Gore's bi provides for more er m t is h ten
proposal sponsored by Sen. Albert eelaid prima y, rral ind r- WASHINGTON, May Uh (UP)-.the basis of information available the Department of Health, Educa- shots. She aa r 18,350,000 children ad Statre bag to mait
ore (D-Tenn.. ban r oads. The government tightened its safe- to me that is absolutely false." tion and Welfare nor with any would get all. or part of the ir toas "in ltatc otysai
SAminsiaon leaders, after y standards for the Salk polio Perkins said Mrs. obby made laboratory whato ever in connection shota unter te program, rior i
ild. in their effort o t the inr e rs -_ .er .h yw the osvevccine ystepowrdat esuptiot u at her decision solely oh the bails with the Salk- vacine." B oa e ,taweria r an g a series of my..
nate to substitute the r bi nterstate highways nr th special comm ittee of scientists to of information supplied by Scheele. Gary said hbe ad .no way of conrn"M alethe s about the .....
ent s plan for the Gore bi, years beginning July 1, 19M 9 l.0 pass on each batch of the vaccine The surgeon general told the con- knowing whether the rumor had Cuaer b ee9eS, oaM "we can as S gton. emp.asi.ing he nv.
akd all their hopes on a move lion in other secondaryfederal- before it is cleared for use. mittee the Cutter firm had an "ex- any foundatioA. hI an effort to msme" a lltwe lots of the Cut- er Sna claimed 'ereaa had taken
4o reco in the Democratic plan aid highways and 400 million in Dr. Leonard A. Scheele, U. S. cellent" record over the years, get th e facts h id, he suggest tr prod "were in. some way a to
to eht Public Works Commtittee. t c forest d par roads. surgeonen general, said creation of Cutter vaccine was withdrawn ed to several oepioilttee members containt ed." e a p ewevr' l thai e .t-
If the recommltsl move suc- The federal government would'the clearance committee was te when 6 children who were inocu- that they in e about It. Gary He sai t of the 56 polio cas- the process urpaaing
ieeds, Republicans hepe t h e putup95 per cnt of the cost of! first step toward resumption of lated with it developed paralytic said he heard the report one a es that occurred among children uis. I te r ,

mitee can bring out another canl get underway again. "very reputable" source referred the committee received from Mrs. was "nreumptive evidence" tee a greed it separateinter-
-Democratic substitute. Tf I aiAm he Public Health a service said to by Klein. Gary said he heard Hobby a statement opposing Demo- against the two lots of Cutter vac- vie; hat Wilson has failed "s o
o The Democrats complained the Cn fln J' Iin the committee will hold its first the rumor from "several -sources" cratie e pdsored legislation to au- S, government investigate o n a tellthe Ameran people that our
moh reoo eeeingeod afetyeandanibeweaa lersonly otepra"he msier
administration plan neglects see- n meeting today and can be ex- and that he had heard Vice Presi. thorize compularry federal con- "have not shown unequivocally 11 y lead tamonl he said.
lndary and farm-to-market roads ra.ammA alA PA pected to move pretty fast." Its dent Richard M. Nixon identified trols over vaccine distribution, that there is a cause and effect S"It i o' o n1 ai ume until
In favor of a vast interstate high- IllnUIIU ror members include Dr. Jonas E. as the "California politician." However, Mrs. Hobby fully sup- relationship" between the vaccine Russia' w1 be able to irpase U.
ay system and calls on the fed- Salk developer of the vaccine, and Nixon's office flatly denied the ported a second bill authorizing and polio cases. aS..irpower.
eral government to bear too much Seaman Dr. T homas Francis Jr. who pro- allegation. It said "neither t h e the administration's 28-mllion-dol. He told reporters later that the The best proof that Wilson Is
f the coast. Rescuing a pared the original report on its vice president nor anyone in his lar program of grants to states to revision of the government's safe- not telling the full story will come
SSen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) effectiveness., office has had any contact with give needy. children free S a k ty standards resulted from studies when the Air Force is compelled
pointed up another Democr a t i c Letters of The committee will use the re. of manufacturing and testing pro- to step up its production of B52
objection. He sharply criti-cized an nt, y o vised safety standards n its nend ceases aimed at providing a "pro. bombers and other Jet type
administration plan to issue 1. bee sent y t. John Anstudy of the safety reports sub Per on Top A p er safe vaccine. planes" Jacksoni said.
lon dollars in special boda to drew, Jr., Cristobal Portl Cap mited by the vaccine's manu The standards were announced Symgton noted Wilson men-
help financethe interstate high. aln toa Panama Canal launch turers. Scheele described them afterrepresentatives of the vac tined me 10 et Intercontinental
Way system. dispatcher atun ndtwo additions and extensions of tests cine manufacturers met with pub- bombers, more than 50 new super-
C lvrd and other Democrats con- members of the Panama Canal previously set up by the Health fe r Fo A nnedropr lic health officials, sonic day fighters, 0 n e w all.
tened the special bond issue was launch "Hawk." who recently erervice. Ser icr A nni er ar The new clearance committee weather fighter 40 new medium
In attempt to evade the national participated In the rescue of E. N. Beesley, president of Eli will be a permanent group. It will bombers and at east n i n e turbo-
i--E--- -- duardo L. Gonzalez. Puerto Rl- Lilly Co., Indianapolis, Ind., one be known as the poliomyelitis vac- prop planes had been observed o-
t can member of the crew of the of the largest vaccine manufac- -- o-- ne cearance panel ver M cow. o
A m aunP AilA o neifi urer ia he expects the s BUENOS AIRES,. May 26 (UP) But neither President Peron nor Beeidei Salk and Francis,. mem-. "One of the bad things about the
survnv a eig e o d em o nearly drownedhIn wi l anardstobe ereistic _and_'practical._"It ...-e D Bench rople. l .. .
udio tIu bo d.v "owne i uns as t-rlsiadp c President Juan D. Perpn and any government official was predeoers- are Dr. David Bodian, Johns -------
" m llnu aanu ft ue gv e arnre ht dis top aides yesterday chose not ent yesterday. Their absence was Hopkins University; Dr. Richard Tr., ic l M t
w mn n rhe near e occurred a .nr acp e e to. ndreligious services which seen as added evidence of the Sh Rockefeller Institute for roplMotors

IndW livg anry n a n intoxicate cndiion, reviw-a batch at a time- all O this date he anniversary of aio te director ofthea ona i
tP l m1h u s to the water at- vaccine already routed o teak of the ar of de- Thiear' pecal mass wa s Inti ofand A
* CRICAGO, tMay U) il. "yetreleased for inoculates, penA cefrom Sp in, the Argen-it ongeanidby Ith e metropoltan liam l .rai s i of th a. ni-,
y .. e odr twho edn a i te a h reh aen l t er ab or the st .t th e P ide I, ministers the We which incdes the top tutes'abioice. control laboratory C director
ration from his Siamese twin in y fil from s ,ore. After he bad it will report to Scheele, whomh at f n Ai t ws %
b83 but sfferd a mysterious rogreaed about 100 yards, he make the final decision on clear highofficials traditionally have attended by high church dignita- 'We-appt -l
:ia hemorrhage last month, ws h;an to flounder and can for asape. *Hnd ei almassoftha n ., th r -clrt roAio M rjd o,,I a the lo-
gratodeay w a ivnto w s hefp.l The double-barreled safety asclal th it of thanks r ioer gSuutrrpc Th fffi tor tha
aed gatat ofi. ivingIn the metropolitan cathe- orders, members of the Catholic sT hnderthCralvo eorPana
A spokesman said the hour-f Wesley Phillips, launch dis- G. in (D-N.Y) startled a a am the bl c
surgery was designed to remove ptohe ,toother with launch co&gesioi. hearing by assert- ciee_ and mte publc...J d S Benc h oLal Mot-or are the present
.u.d from the boy's head. le said oap.rator, Clyde McClean and ig he had bee n Informies _p__o _-,_,_I____g e h w di stributors of there Studebaker
3toeney still was on the critical u Immedi- dci played a part In bgiag r mfll f Pa c j line of Cs.
#st but was showing gradual m- at.ely dispatched the Hawk to the Cutter Laboratories I a /,t 0 U .W a. ,
.prove ent. the rescue. canufactre of the vaccine. mie Frank Robert Hay 3o. a Costa -._ ^
,The three-year-old boy had been The fisherman was brought a- Klein told the House Interstate Ai..n, was fined $2i in Balboa
hnd was living an almost normal back to the launch landing informed by "a very reput a b 1 e for driving recklessly along Gail- C E N T R A L
life when the hemorrhaging start-, where he was taken Into the source" that a "very, very promL- i ow n r r m t lard Highway. I- .r-
3d late last month. custody of the Canal Zone po- ment politician from California" i t etUo*l t TO- eemrs o A bus driver, Eli Belgrave, who | te n a
H was brought to the hospital lice. pressured Welfare Secretary Ove- I A 'ff h held an operator's license mark- Shows: 1:15, 3 a45, 6:15, 8:
Ahere doctors said they could ftind ta GCulp Hobby into licensing the _ebli.- ed "not valid unless glasses mare
e -cause for the bleeding and In letters to the three men. cutteo r Laboratories to make the IXTEPEC, Mexico. May 26 ./I- worn" was fined $10 for driving. |dekr
'f'ered he would die if it continued. Andrews complimented them for vaccine (UP) -Frightened farmers were without them.R Rl. I
'After several days, however, (he their alert, prompt and Intelli- Asst.-Welfare Secretary Roswell reported arming and fleeing to The fine, however, was aw-
Needing ebbed. gent action and the successful B. Perkins immediately denied safety in the mountains today lol- ., ended on the condition that I l S
Rodney was ined to his l twin, a.ci tplsh nen of the mission "categorically". that the report a n .ports that 50 farmers be does not repeat the offense. l i
Lew e, atthe ton a the skull wch action. he w ald. reflects wamioes true Perins said that "on have hanged mysteriously in
rd- st. l d -a ar they Mod ind M I .L4 &..n? ta Up by io cnig he ..... ... ised"notvadInnessshmI -re
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After Examinalon
MONTERIA, Colombia, May
(UP)-Javier Perera, knownpo
ularly as the oldest man in t h0
world, was back home today ,sheo
a visit to Medellin, second .larges
city in Colombia, where special-
ists sought to determine his exa
age, estimated to be ai least U5
hiXe o Indian, who ha spe<
his life at sea level, did not a
pear -to have suffered any ill e
fets fromthe the trip to'the m
tains,: or from the intensive
lieity given him.
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wrote, claims lie remember es
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SanVicente DO Paul hospital
Medellin- aid m conld. easily
1M0 or more, -but thet doult
determine his exact age.
Original plans, to tak Pereira to
the United States for furthe exa.
minations apparently had been a-
bandoned, at 'least tenmporarlly.


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