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:
AA00010883:00754

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ProgtailM. TO = ELECTED: do 0 mess I
bsof the House o omr m. LONDON. Mi37(UW) enLONDON May2V (UP) -Near-
'Th" org.Kong government statement admitting that nabe Hof th os fCo NM. f ly WOiein sets we r _
th 6 obbl was committed here r ble tnnd hn bu brgh barred by w from taking turned on for elecoon results at
I pr~f.nafaa T EImponselan court of h"iry that a Announced PRINC IPALP T p politicsstae pI inih nGeae odn lnI Pra iall,
lieprt 1 a oficil --.5a -Prime Mfinister Anthony J1. watchiin election returnson a the London Electricity Board an-
bomb explotlon caused the crash. den's Conservatives and for. BukI m Place television set. nounced.
wtorialD wllbe obsere mer prime minister Clement Downm the Mall a$_Clarence
Se in the Pding by the Indonan with traditional cere- Attlee's Labor Party (Social. House, Princess Margaret sat up "It was sta gearing control en. D|
So Sea about six hours court, announed In New Delhi. monies In many Canal. Zone ists. with the Queen Mother, also gineer H. G. Sandela said."I have
o 11fft CfroBnm oSng uasd the crah was eaed by csmmnlt NUMBER OF CANDIDATES: watching the Tory victory on T.V. been takin load readings.'for 30
I f r Off frog 5 One the Pacifi sid1 The se l3Fi include M A4 year. and have never seen a night
]Kon ii carrying Chinese tbe, explosion of An, "Infernal O h all ietea*1,399. These Include 424 Can- .9 g'?,daenee en Alm osht
Coaouimt officials and news- machine" in =t= ard whed ua oe o a dy aervatives and their allies, 620 e5 it.
men to the recent Afro-Asian well of the and that mourning for the military dead Laborites and their allies and Tettll 1 n
conference at Bandung, Indo.. there was "Irrefutable proof"of of all wars in which the United 15 others Including 100 libe.eetOtaler Some280ostsweretilonas g
SnesA. sabotage. States has participated willcen' als and 17 Communiat ccnin dawn neared at 4 a.m.
The Hong -Koa, government te 'raund ceremonies at Coro. didate on e LONDON, May 27 (UP) Sir Anthey Eddi' Co
said Ole- Inv atelaher is aa ~Sal Cemhete~y out by British voters in the recoiw. LONDON, May 27 (P i nki dnsCn
atS lunderwa? urces sai rthe SI t nT wlloalso be ceremonies IGIBLE VOTRS: 34880 w to the right was Socialit The servative P oicially won the British election today.
Pam=oS detained were t akin- ff at the Paralso memorial plaque,Nt. Hedso H7 of C som ons le a With only nine of 630 constituencies to report,
to custofy for further question- E *EJ P at Amador Cemetery In Pan- agethHosofCmn'led
o boy pSSc I'fur u que a- B fli aY.smn, aS sea in Panama Bay, PRINCIPAL ISSUES: At ing teetotaller. LONDON, May 27 (UP) -A u. Conservatives had 339 seats, Labor 276, and the LIbn
It wub not known who the -, and in the sky over the Ifth- home the Conservatives stand He had been a Member of Par. bilant and still dapper Sir Antho- f ive.
Wusoe we.... -LALM.. us orcptaim n"fwr Hlament since lp ny Eden and his attractive lady
S rubble that the fu, flThe ceremony at the cemetery trols; the Labory Party stands ment ce No. 10 Downing Street The Conservatives picked up a net of 15 sea
5qnJp r l a theI v *0 will start with a massing of the for socialism, nationalization at 11:30 a.m. today and were loust- and the popular vote was Conservative 1 3 2,491, Labr
utplosivb device employed Petalos ersnin h ry.ad"are hrs freey ily cheered by a crowd of 200, that ~
placed I thp ar afta on U.S. Ambassador to Panama colorspsAting the Armn and "fairer shares" for every- LOud Petal had waited I the narrow street 12,361,675.
Kon,"-lie o =W.t s Bo Sldeni Chapin In effect said cvN fay,terlan srvceor oe.for hours. The Conservative triumhsahda tep
e gavernnS also sid that goodbye to Panama night vi rateral and service or- Abroad the Conservatives LONDON, May 27 (UP) -Cat-for hou" The Conservative triumph smshed n attempt
the dirnseS warnings of at a banquet given _ty-the A. ganiations of the Canal Zone. are basically pro-Amerlean calls greeted conductor Sir Mal- "Good luck," a number of wom- comeback by former pri nste Clement Attlee' Lo
posble ruble while the plane merican Society of Panama in Grand marshal for the mass- the Laborites want a ban on colm Sargent when he strode in- en shouted. brPryadsetteCnevtv akit impw
waperle d wid n th mentionsbohonorof Presidentan ^ Ing of colors Is Mal. T. E. Ire- further nuclear tesat and a to S bor Party and twept the C H w
ae o sa o Ari a andlMr a n, U.S Army Cibbe. p t ocb s ie todo dt ate o nti Socialisat taemark. "Good show," a bowler-hatted er in d sharp swing to the right. p
Hadte piblty of sa- he observanc wil Includae r nONa G AL T "No political significance," he passer-by added. Today's winup tally of votes cst in e Thua
ta. op.entosoiedlitythe aba- Capnlvetorowow "fly-over" of United States Air OUTGOING PARLIAPMNT: hastily assured hIds friends.'--U
nUeinbetamd. "speithec Washaign en aresto his new Force jet aircraft of the Carib- 319 Conserhvatbvse, 293 Social- Six helmeted bobbis instead general elections sent thl Conservative majority in ifs
atoun woulntsadhave een taken mission n as utStobassanorw bean Air Command at 9:50 'am. ists 1 Irish Labor, 2 Irish Na- ftecsoayoe-ecre os f omn oktnhg bv h lm' -
ortit proul hae been tto Iran. Theinona hs bee adocribt The following is a schedule of tiojodt and 6 Liberals. ogthedcstomaryoof Com mons rhil1
forItspreenion"_IanTh_____hsan____ib events for Memorial Day:________ the Edens through the good na- gi they heldin he
ed as a higl ':00: Boy and Girl Scouts0 This Car Seems tured crowd of well-wishers and M e n ho r o
Voting tat his. profession IsdeoaevtrngvetCr- into the prime minister's residenceThvitrfoteCos
by ItsI very nature a vw one, Sal cemeteryanJackaidhl Huser Tn a st has been Eden's Th victory for the Consrv- is sod cn I
Blast Ship shok btserynaturemas vaiaedt a.g7 decorat vetxranavatsr atH te To Attract Thieves lifelong ambition to cal his own. soiaslebysEdenlcrush defea is
had enjoyed his work In Pan-I 7:20:amage to the LaborsParty
mrea.As aa ,aeeO o a nal Z nratsdaota Friend, Faces e On threaa bor Partl l i a l an
scstc rhwwnhersPedro g, MShar eha teggersldsvir n D wing led by America-baiting A
Frsch h c t e( Msm 1 t Ih w oneurin Devan.
on thethre ld"of thec- boa.-ea Walter Drakes May mind 5l..TmIt lifted the 57 -year-old Ie
mat ofnew asignmen In a7:45: Placing of floral. tribute M sa t CagerP it antInt ro=l-iluain V I
Im fane nguen naa the ooluznbarlm In D AlSoul's 5 In toa b ant nte. ond-- triumphantly out of the shadow f i
POo t*8ditant confitry."'h ia h Cathedral of St. tion It used t e The thieves Sir Wiso hurchill, w ho la =
ftoAdAMA charge of Involuntary =&an. who had taken it from Fe'aagIftinministr
Beokee rmt ofhO tfu Strt.s ~ Ii Dl*Apil17 had brokeua 5fI;S5UUVIi
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mongg govrn t atto tys and
attorney IL E. ItasireiS
repres ship.
Ramirnhle on te le
phone wit, -dge .ahrle ri.
Crowe whoMan a. WMl tl*to
the States. h Judge cled his
approval of the bonding proc-
dure.-
The vesap was attached
Wednesday- ty Panaas Ca-
nal Compnw i she was
transitang -M Im Leks
sorthboand on 'veyia from
MasiA to New ork.
The vessel o Ue d by the
Iravan Line was fbe for some
$644,262, a sum which repe-
sents expenses and" Lompensa.
t paid w anbehal of six or
o emp esinjured or killed
I a abord the ship eb.
6, 1954, The figure also included
an esimated of future compen-
sation br th. injured, plus in-
demnity for*ufi sand suffering.
The Canal 0oppany sued on
Its nebanLap as iAtgnee of the

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wsuit o a the sicp,

the ana s O e ftBi a
..gahmrtt O a.
He4oter whic brou
ivpon 'llonet of a Ite If X-
bw~i 4 PPaMW6 an 19? hef-
pto ltowBat

be an autmobIltmgan Devo-
plyed by the Panaia goe-
ment He had been Injured while
working on the Pan Americani
highway nmear Motna
cook..Paul UaS BwM piloted
00 ji~~li which brummbch
thelnjLedmn to Albrfook APB
at 9V30 W morning. Va. BNwn
Is smig"d to- the 2"h Air Bes.


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He romarke4 Qtt he expects
that "tjhe vwrld wIl see in thiA
ptnerasip a model of tw6na-
O. irrespective of their iela-
tive size, jaoinig In a contract."
He added:
' urth#te free world wil
continue I ofIt from the ego-
nomic aa gaphic position
of the I Na Its canal-a
vita link een nations which
contributes a healthy world
commerce."
The Ambassador noted that
even after -the treaty has been
ratified by the US Senate sad
the nesarenabltag toisa
la .wmast no
bde useiresi that oar aborsM
ae Wied there.
"It wiln tek more hard wok
on both sid- to carry out .the
principles Imbedded in these
pieces of paper. It will require
much patience, muph determina-
tion, much mhore- ard work to
make these peNes of paper mean
what they mlay.
"It is essential that both .
ties apply themselves enduring-
ly in the true spirit of coopers.
tIon with a willingness to e
that Panami and her people
derive a maximum benefit, that
they may l be helped to share In
more and bOther things."

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AIlefJwl Theft
SOUSTON, Tex, May 27 (UP)
-Giasarous Hedy Lamarr, her
opman husband and two ser-
vants In their home were given
lie detector -tests by police yes-
tirday but investigators today
mid they were as far as ever
from a solution of the mystery
theft of $W50 In jewelry from
the film star's home.
Mis. amaurr will be given an-
other test on the lie detector
"at any time it Is convenient to
her," police said.
Ye tes os tests on W. How-
ard Lee, 3l-swlamarr's husbawd,
and two maids, Ellisabeth dra-
ford and Buby Lee Baker, show-
ed conclusively that none of
them had a y knowledge of how
the Jewels d isWppered, police
said.
The test on Miss Lamarr,
which lasted almost an o
was desuAnd as onconel
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0: Rihard 'Perott ceno -
o alboa Boy and Girl Scouts
8ig". R. C. Woraley in brief
cetenomoeand placng of floral
8.'0: Gari and Owen me*
mortal tablet, Pedro Miguel.Boy
and Girl Scouts will present
ra tribute.
8:00: Gorgas memorial plaque.
0orgas Hospital Floral tribute
wi e placed by Children of the
Aserican Revolution.
:1i: Special train leaveBal-
boa railroad station for Corozal.
The public Is Invited to utilize
the courtesy extended by the
Panama Capal Company in go-
Ing to and returning from et
9:45: Memorial Service at Co-
rozal. In cas of heavy rains the
Corosal memorial service will
be held In the Corozal Theater.
11:90: Veterans of Foreign
Wars decorate graves at Ama
dot Cemetery, Panama.
1:00: The Veterans of Foreign
Wars will hold Memorial ser-
vices at Paralso memorial plaque
1:00: Memorial Services at Sea
will take place with designated
representative groups from Ju
nior Auxlllares, Boy and Girl
Scouts, Mariners, Rainbow Girls,
civic and fraternal organiza-
tions and veteran organIzatIons
leaving Pier 18 aboard the U.S..


3 Swimming Pools
To Remain Open
The Canal Zone swimming
pools located at Gatn, Pedro
Miguel and Gamboa, which nor-
mally are closed each Monday,
will remain open Monday, May
30.
The three pools are being kept
open for the convenience of the
Canal Zone residents over the
Memorial Day holiday and espe-
cially for the patrons of the Bal-
boa Swimmin pool, which Is be-
Ing closed Friday afternoon for
an definite period.
The three pool will remain
open on regularly scheduled days
following th eholldas.

RP Traffic Cops
Announce Regular
Safety Inspections
Th traffic dertnt of the
Paama Natonal Qustd )oll)
anoued toda-. bg
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wl~~i Is ea bW'aquo ~evrik tS am ~Olsc, ma toe at-NOisgeserally po*aucan po-.
Thi1shotgun V0aquSu imiud la t week. Came ment spokesman said today, dles.
sed bolTonged xO a third pesm- the dawn Wednesday, and two
her of the during party, Woni- tIies had disappeared. The official said Secretary of The Conservatives had more
da Hernande i, rks ra th ii State John Poster Dulles sent a than a 1,000,000.vote popular lead
T e charge against Vasquez rakes tracked the mission "Very cordial" letter to Truman in the current deitlan, whereas in
wordedd he was co t- tires down to a im in Panama, Inviing him to attend the June 15L they traleby a qater of
tl g an ftwful a t- a where Panamad' Secret Police 20-26 ceremonies and sit wit a million in the popular otie even
ouong toa ton ewitah- recovered them, re In them the American delegation, though they won a ma of
Out due nation evidence against a man held setas in the House of Common.
lon hes did cause the. htun to ace yest eay for stealing Truman replied in a similarly The Conservative vicy a 15so0
fire V shot into tt he f the te **"cordial letter" to Dulles that presented the Soviet U with a
victimsque. at first t to pre- Ltight Drakes a park-he could not accept because his stronger right-wing block nto any
tend th at first rideath oa suprl-a th e ar outside his aome. park- Schedule would not allow It, the future negotiations with the west
tend t the death as a su the ar outside his ome. This spokesman said. It squashed any chance of Brit-
dide. Later, he tearfuty admit- Urninr he recovered it from ish neutralism in the next few
ted that he saw a lignt and fir- SBan I elito, near the Chiva White House has not yet s and ended t Labor Party's
ed at it thinking It was an ani. Chiva ., where once more announced whether President mediate dream of fth ther n-.
mal. thieves had stripped it this onhower will attend the meet- onaliaton of the ecobmy.
Ball wuas fIed at $500 and time of ffve tires, tools, the car- It e wi olatt t mee-It o en, the onI a
trial of the charge was conti. buretor and battery, and a ca- tive victory meant these ngs.
nued until next Tuesday. mera. 1. EDN -Pulled im ot fm
Hunting with artificial lights under Churchills shadow. Instead
is a misdemeanor under the Ca- How did Drakes retrieve the BALBOA TIDES of prime minister by appintmqnt,
nal Zone Code. wheelless vehicles? By borrow- BALBA TS he is now prime minister by vir-
ing the two pieces of evidence SATURDAY, MAY 28 tue of the people's vote and may
D IL i.* back from the Secreta, mount- maneuver more freely.
DBIaOo JWinilanQ ing them temporarily on the HIGH LOW 2. ATTLEE-May mark the end
1 Close ni l back wheels, and having the car 8:58 e.m. 241 a.m. of his reign as Labor P a leader.
oo00 ClOSed Until towed to his place of work. 9:21 p.m. sile p.m. Deputy leader Herbert Morrison

Furhe lsr Noi ., Eisenhower Seeks Immigration Law Changes
was scheduled to be closed this
afternoon and remn losed T
unnluncedth s To Speed Admission Of Refugees Into US
announced by the Phrt bcal Edu- h
cation and Recreatia Division. WASHINGTON, May 27 (UP) the admittedly slow-moving pro.- migration rights for up to 30.-
The pool is being ced in or- -President Elsenhower today gram. 000 refugees, mostly vidtims a
der to permit repairs the tile asked Congress to make 10 "The persons permitted to en- Fascist and Communist p enu-
lining of the pool which must changes In the refugee law to tor the country under the pro- tion.
be completed before Oe begin- speed admission of immigrants gam will make a fine contribu- The law expires Dec. 31, 16&.
ning of the summer ogram. and reaffirm America's "great Uon to the body of our citizens," Mr. Elsenhower said that so far
Duing the time th e pool tradition of sanctuary." the President said. "And we shall and almost 85,000 applications
is closed, Canal emipbyes and again reaffirm that the great 30,000 visas have been Issued
their families have 'been re- Expressing hope that the tradition of sanctuary lives on are in various stages of process-
minded that they ca use the changes will be made during this In America." ing.
swimming pool at G boa and Congressional session, the Pres- One of Mr. Elsenhower's oaut-
Pedro Mguel. which tWill be o- dent said the changes will The refugee law was passed in standing reconmandatlo was
pen at regular hours. "greatly aid In the success" of 1953 to provide emergency im- to waive the requlrema S'
individual sponsorship f each
refugee applicant.
Mr. Eisenhower recommended.
New Effort Launched To Freetht welre respnztonsibl.
prepared to provide atin es
Aa* for the applicant's fatureanthWs
as a5 89 nation Individual sponsorship
Americans Held By Red China sould not also be necessary.
Another proposal would lift
health restrictions which have
WASHINGTON, May 47 (UP)- American prisoners at Geneva, United Nations meeting at S a n halth restrictions wihtuber
The State Departme st eterday Switzeriand, where similar talks Prancisco June 20. banned some persons withw tatuber-
launched a new effort'*o free A- wer held previously. U. N. Secretary General D a g culoal& Mr. Eisenhower saidthat
...5 1" Ge Em Ie 3 awitohU N alpt a s a 1 n d
mericans imprisoned Red Chii e request was delivered to Red Hammarakjold, who has been ac- a
na. An official spokesman ex- alkficals by U.S. Consul General Uve behind the scenes in efforts moden _atm -1 **i
pressed hope it "wi e success- Franklin C. Cowen. The Chinese to free the Americans, was under- Uited Sas hr
ful." were understood to have replied stood to believe that at least four could be a and
Simultaneously, it wo learned that they are awaiting further in- of the 15 airmen may be released ."Aminkau BM ofth rfue
that all Chhnese studega wha had structlaus from Pcipig. by then. Vr S W State DeDSrIS t
bee. preve- teod I ving this A dortment spokesman, polot- secif Sctt lmShS
country now have ven per- ing out tat there have been other The four, who has not been been critaled t by a %
mission to return to China if such mcttags in Geneva said the "convicted" and jailed as have Democrats In Congress. ey
th wish. governteat is constanty using the other U U. S. fliers, are Capt. have Protested that too re-
S was not ila M known all means at our disposal" to free Harold Fischer, Swea City la., 1st fugee hae been
how esasyj hes Chinese the Am U. Lyle W. Camera. Lcol, Caetrowry enr
SHe f bpe these efforts Nob. 1st L. o. Parks, a.
release willbe ummons"er butLNeb., and 1st IL. Edwin warda.
of Oleeh-a t e. W Pa. 10 as a
as to for the Ome ldaby =4110,
AWmae M cans. m I 25 are rpolte4d o s in Dm1s bi t
bly aa ,Nevorwhaft 4" was 810-&med- 329, three ane A lsronse
State ad iJ Aam" aMdfabout n S m b save (e
M- ms3s C at at 9 &w bedaWOe tre leaving Com-. Iwa
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wita a mo -of o eag.-
like Sir Winston urchill
do on election day.
Attlee also toured his Wa:t
Wa stow constituency befanre
ret g to London to watch the'
returns me in at party head
quarter tered with Conserva*
ve st c put up by Tory cornm
mandos. ilt campaign work.
ers tore m down.
Ch retired as prima*
sister was running for ab ak
beach seat in parliament.
stayed at his London house all
day but in the evening drove d
to his Woodford constituency I.
follow the results.
Scotland Yard posted
squads in Piccadilly Circas w
trol the crowds watcM the
turns flash in electric a
yellow screen a full story tall.
Nearly 1,400 candidates weva
the field, with every Homse
being contested for the first tt-
sines 18l 16
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Judge's Bench

For falif to give
on.-
Heto a adestan d n
for falk e to remn at 20
scene of the accident.
Christian has had three
vIous traffic c convictions w
the past year.
The estriaa woman.w g
injured onl *igtw. r
~i~akbn Augusus
soldier, was fined 2 Re
driving after h fell IMp#
the whel on OafiadUBaW

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regiment enlIsted We$
guests on a two-ao
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.There are Wal lable addItional Waste Bowl from Maryland Tydinjs' boy Jo-PAMK5E
"I lseof ht Hter. Sugar Bowl seph. .Dr. Anthony La
-FiWlianet s=erlate.(member of this Runyon Cancer L
CreamerFund Scientifle Advisory Coinmmlt-
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Is available on SPECIAL ORDER forEerans' Penionss.' on o r n
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BUS CROWDING whave e .tto tho
Local traffic authorities are sometimes deficient concerning ThisrterV
the comfort of passengers traveling on Interior buses. which W o SeS e a.I h
The drive these bes operate solely on the principle that r m oo wd M
Thecdie fso matter ifhsbs .1ae -esme -liff^
aare is always room for oae more, no matter st his bu s is al- tL fle so diff
'tady fleW capacity. As a result, the passenger who full hi i o it
tre an is entitled to one-half of one seat, more times han not ei p e r bo eaml by a t et i nt ba
usesm not chiv)usually have seats for two passengera.on 0T te espl ilge n Irth umeer: Whe adih' bemd agm
eesh side of an aisle. nut drivers consider, when necessary, three nay ork known s Stanleld, a tegn boy .of Tatenot be memtimed hede. A a
serons should be accommodated. When a couple of 200-pound- FSraon onf Tn G.a., wan Jinjurd by e on um Wa soun
as move in the squeeze I& on. row Soviet Fore Mnister gres man Wood introduced a bi1l Imdeant

the edo ofth toothe s.eat next to thh aisle. This perm its tl mI Cftrs .Ne ."' "rt e 's-
n the aisle and bracing them against the supports a fthe mthe W the N aor a eaa ofe .... .Hou i
Buses have a notice put in front stating their passenger-oi d soit ad

l adult, but three well-built persons on one seat os too much. d vor dS,, sekng for the e a nd thi o batsbed.Ye., touh e a
Many times the writer h ias een on buses where, wasth the e no"rMOeC e atio. .n sl bl to ac t aa raen to san
tde 4 000todemonstta l anteCmayt*an a l C m l d '.e."
re, h hat they must be accommodated on the e s, or s ame seat as aI b ? A t s
adult, but three well-built persons on one seat Is too much.

Maw toe locs buses norovisioenon buses whatere, wither the by the eD F n Am. They are paid. Charles Holon be, am4- o h


seW tatll on occupied three abreast. These are bought in by passengers shton w t on St Cantbn Ctank G t oul took
n whoaver which ncomsquatin the and outgoing pass engers have to d Derr, star of "Plain & One year ago when we urged p.. of her heart...Add new trare not too certain floor of Congress. Yet Elsenhower and le r i
tus from the (whma more through saety checks o twosomes: Interior, destnied for Panama avethat many o the other delegations appointed anyway. thee tto






n other countries overhead racks are provided for ordinary o calls the Quiet One) wl the new vaccine the SrMps- Ken Meredith ad Hele rk... are wthus. Te British unionists na tny a W a^ u bri at r .h





parcels, sad in the case of States, buses luggage and other heavy aem in the leading role of Howard Bang-Bang Debt. gave ts Joe E. Lewis' best Cuban pal has are. But a lot aren't. They regard fr Servant-Here's more of a Te t sma
rtle ae transported in Cundersl n recepoughthe same depressedd melanchol."Canal Zone, but (Wont ea's anti-Communism as just ex-ngressman Woods record: .












Central America moai buses have a railing around the to Highland Park Theatre...Betty editorial pages confeAsd: "It's talk to aayonee .Gertrude Berg's too outspoken. They ethe "w- William Fowler, a Negro servant re S.oro th rin8 shows that
Sven s t Canal Zone traffic officers look theft other way at over- s a s ca e in La h ae flw h h Io AereattW W.!pdado a er e.
will-try"to' maket tran Ntd '- '- a'- congress anIs ar ounc In
t oring that part of the Zone beginning at the ferry, but the writ. e ..Ed BaofLa eenee o t a hat m not b epoil sugr s ra feteo1 e entv ife o te, hird ',a mape
















or huand of Netcher (she ina Dolores Marhin'(who stopped the infant )will have a sster or brld. hames ndlyourhsons. Itwll. tk tor" At ..? sibrol uisttaf GOeorgia?
Swrih.as hsesc self ridden more than one hundred mead.Art herited m but t aalaecenry), is re- ol % dr in the umme.Tde parents a dlcelegaton, for onC
S be ten tatd potion a live ugh pork he windows unwas well-ted ported deing agreement to split the are Ed Werele (Nk ample. Some of have G eron ma
S bo n w aoe up the star, role in the City Center revival aging d of People Today...I bae s there bnow sintercet n assist ant,1 and handle ed law aesin t t *.








He hIt oy ridden. P in onthate wriof these archaic carriages witn d su h a at Mt. Sa al? They refuse and was informed she wasn't the spired song title: I Never For. my atomic bombers. Well, t ce most of h time at o ref d'
a stt not to mention children galore. ..So editor Chas type.. .Some of te telligetia et Was-H-Name." Mntt Ras- landic labor delegation has be a n's home On Jan w w
SWhat t wrt Mecand entral Atrerica, and I singer comtl ventura< as't (Eliza write tat tere David Du- office. Th I idea. Johny M r will iltrated by pro mmunists. The hewentht se roll WhyTh
In the dI res. In ho single. Instance did he sea nd t er.t dees exStop" isn't new. That Chacer it...The Assated press Communists hav e coal epubucans to over the 80 0 h of
Iungone'car seat (children excepted r aety ).he diaiatedA et in criti c (Mark Brro,) will ,mled wiytO e lea t i Socialits 4 tdeytout eelk fr ,oo e

















,, would be to add them. She over Stae dflar o the nation with a follo-up a l cap ar el
byit mself vers commit a fraud by r er if TWA "A A et so im Carey and Victorboy, signWed it..w a ol

















*fte pa in then givhlg him complete r unsa etryshe age in theTnall.dRSoey between thearties and la c a Fedri low c eod iSotan he adde
Again, on local buses no provistheion bus drivade whatever Marciano has forn inIt dd appe Ad hey have come here to pro- te ofa Hs aes and Clae Da exer for
* tation of parcels. the owners bouht In b y psa e .AFL's ity with tengBrown Sept. 13, 19ans e, in athe Banimate
m. ped into any available space, sometimes arredby ABOUT le) quietly mexcaceledW riage wEito (hostessat the Br te, who took on Joe S C alntonCtes-A o n Itssman sda at30









or plans___.___". A we i- h- ar~rn ola wl s el pron nally in ai ooa e e ht the. taeeto revr the abvrd al hveee asrfhF C tSo' ter."-
rs to already overflowing seats. Frequently, lumber cc- months ago. honeymoon cottage o mael routes, merit, not be
ad other heavy merchandise are dumped right Into the .n .There a Geore Mea Japanese no We cau once dof feted it publicly or indiret The program wirso n ith
melen ehh i g a worried An'a Police Commseoioner he bases trere too.W e must .e.. .Here .how Congressman the ,ard~Tn by *e
st le. .. .. Fancy". ..Magda Gabor (w ho m a. sore through safety checks of twosomes: Yetexl man that many of the other delegations appointed him away.I. .









In other countries overhead racks are provided for ordina e relay this be- continue to have these depots there wood awarded them as told in au layed i J r
-Sevronalsth uitn)iloV n tK e Teareds (who sent it) or we are doed. The Nippon- a sworn affidavit Wdon C. H oo rch and e
Tacers, and in the case of States,busesluggage and otherheaveryonecainthroearittldng le. are with us.The Brtish unionist s bat- B ttoECawtobesd ra Pd.
articles a transported i ng ne of te city's tery ant-.S. Sohyo, want us out an examination or rural mail car
n r o nu... Best Foot Forwarde at Chicawo 'segahe..ee...Last we e gavmed Jpressed s mpalbo...(Won arenU" rea t- m o .- oul
tral America moat buses have araigr around the island Park Theatre. g' .B tet e. ..pasti wg e sa .yres. r o ." ( er's antI-CommuIsm e aThe Rev. r Winlg H. Beaby,









lnd allA bvedit oori athernges. .In I Entalk to the anyone). rtrude Berg's too outspoken lThe the sel- William Fowler, a Negro se aBapit
e all aaggeIstwed awaytereandcoveredwi on, ,,- land the erenate between the borhood) many candy tores se with proposals or banning te secretary to Conressmnssia" has been attachedtothe Woc Baboa, give-
S ar.,Cabthe last t 1 It atomic and hydrogen bombs. They ...."I offered B. olombe addra andCaco wl










BensoHinterhe Wmo delPweds fa nhe Jatkhat the messae are Soviet infiltrated. Theirs is no a1,500 tor said route," Bennett give adent.
S.sandra Toronia (probable heiress Dodgers too campaign for real disarmament states. for years. Whe sec Wood b
Sohs. that.operlt'to and from Interioro se rom next week. HeJust settled safety checks ore the grand t t Anything too-too is to an mmitte t .i be ulented by d he










commoner named Fabrizo Finsi. bo (Into the an) tie to catch wit us. 000 tee... .Two other sworn affir of the Balboa U ioer
usually lPng the ide&, but asengers are.ofteen sandwiched ,00 on. actress Lynn Baggetnnouncement I not yu war bl w 0r tl e sdavit ed b r p11 Cl t Holoto T t Hots prn
Sto knttrWorse all sorts of pluindr are scattered for the a nd..i.Ed. Bragno, the ere G n so ws tr l wiU Fowery ranch, Gao t Harold a of the Balbo a Scoolawer










booly Ntcher (shn Dolores Man(who stopped then rst en w -ae s tater a They wre Socialist ontroled. W. Puckett r of Buaord Ga., state whoill make the accepted.
m-b,, .iIns ridden more DookthanooneOKenhundredt'es ddZIen bigm )wt tl M1y o ldo 0 i back taxes buds They were traditionally eutralokt th a t in September, 1949, Congresse.-
in the Summer. The nts athe elandic d a resoluegation or aware on CapitFlowery Branh acDonald, Dan C e











ia Bond Street hotel oyer mansion have run aneveta- increased military for mal route to Homer Reeves be- dral of St. Luke v thet
hO parr Te pg w e-td p d uosp. Ite o a Rain. are Edl w.er mc (Ne w sawr*L the free world against the have cause of the lar fee he had vocati-. an". the
o o re thanemit a grunt of disapproval now nd er friends hear he my anyday.ow") ae photog) and r a now is how vigorously received in c n wit a law will pronounced by























IsMarieMaconaldeb(local p en ro to (the bos wie) an tMe wind hilde will implement this move. cut brought by Reeves' father in WIlliam W. Baldwln, of St. An.
S...s ie MacDoad the star, role n the City Center revivalin d of PenToday there is athe, built to i unioe t ens- 191.86brthe will of the late Drou. dres Church in Coco
Mt. Sinai Hospital? ey refuse and was nformed she wasn't the spied ng title: Never For my atomic bombers. Well, p t t oe ot t-












-What-t--,--rte ....ae.hetlee......Ttyp ..... Gter, -a rmse. T ul t. lTaeor _an'elaluon wb e anshome l S tOne e 1t on9 the ---r
S What d e to t is tha paener o enass't(Eza-write that the theme of usBdea. ohny rc wllinfiltrated by prCommun ists. The went off theayro Whe
Sit Gsnndoration withrboth local authorities and 't bo denies his ex- Stop" isn't new. That Chauceri.
e V 1.)..The p, ,e Davis(hi oroThe Aommununistshh a v ab cll--Republicans tooknover ,the labo
dv f are required for passenger safety t he diipated e Ga rconen -anoter tdama critic (Mark Barr ) will ee. That's te st ste they ddnt feel
Ist, l would be to add thenm o v m lse uatSe" tide New Hopt .fout to p The n a ta a ,i ary....arne
toq .. g .rloa. l) ll ,i .together the bus drivers that are rca lmh t I anteases... Marciano has yeven u ei a ubll.. .It Iladda Happenl Ad- ave caneheretan- t.. i l

e b Francis bgtay n i ht all as a publicity R esousewitfe. A rnew lr front














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HOLLOW WARE by POOLE be sdbmago In5l at s A; atta sonlgo" e on r ameh eea5 5
C. Haskins *nd his 3(11- IRockwen.. .k 's article OB G- tre Most Childh Wilson .Conr getoens, therefore reflect their qongrSaan s da n a 3 n
ig r hMan J. a E. .todvvr brotght twnattt Plot ho I- oemments'attitude towards s s
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s Lancaster Rose ...... o.b... ..--
er plan.., Anles A Barron Polan wil sell the Conn.labor will light them. supposed to BredS ericthewaC
grossed over $nC,000, Did $15,000 in honeymooncottage,.of mai lm
f -pt2 .nrhts ... A ir ae (Mrs. X.l There are the Japanese. We cause of any fe, direct or indiret The ror on th
Clig+I l-t ia are worried Attn Polie Commissioner have bases -*tre too. We must .... Here is how Cogrsmann the M Tumph, b c
A about her Ltn Adams: We are relaying this be- continue to have these depots.there Wood awarded them, as told nn Gaugy phaed e Juor
The able: Princes Me cause the Teachers (who sant it) or we are doomed. The Nippon- a sworn affidavit by Weldon C. High heol Orch and
SThe Cables: Prmcess Meg's are afraid to pass it along fear. ese unions.+organized Into the bit- Bennett of Canton, Ga.. .He too a *
latestt pash is amacha-draics. le y a .. Syo, want us out an examination for rural mall ca- .
,Appears in small offerings at Worst juvenile de8ink areas (close of Japan.-These unions are power..ner in-June, 1949, and two Wek The Rev. WiOl H. Betby,
I closed-doorgatherings. .In Eng- to the -.ank.as.,p murder neigh- ful. Their delegation hens has come later went to see C. D. Holcombe, pastor o t h e t Baptist
landthey ferentiate between the boyhood) many ca-dy stones s e with proposals for banning the secretary to Con ressm n Wood. Church .i Balboa. 1 give the
Worie 'was. ,Call. e" last one zip gU bulIt-- or $1... It's a atomic and hydrogen bombs. They ...."I offered ir oB. ,olcombe e alvdrm and Ca co wil
"sanitr' W or"..(probable heiress te Dodgers c fo inc leampaignfor real disarmament. a t a t e s. Holcombe is the sec- o
toth Betazz thrne)h as PEap gafettes. .Tae.very socl.-Mer Theirs Is a drive- to slad down retary who originally appftacbeh The members of the cail
_ina_ _izz._She has, Eyes fo-a fam"ly-s re.joicingo ver the ,f&Aetour guard and give the Russians the elder Stanfield about th l be pren by R. D. Mc1,
commoner named Fabnizio Finesi. 11,by' irborn (into the clan) 3p time to catch up? with us. 000 fee.. .Two other sworn afi
Pater insists she do the aisle-bit over, years. The Dudley Mmltt, It's not yet cear how far the davits signed by Ralph Clark of 4 igh Sool to T.- F. Hora, pnin-
with a Prince T;i s ; ou d be s..e enierdte ft German unions will travel with Flowery Branch, Ga., and. Harold cipal of the Balboa High School
another Cinderella headline: ,_The_ narr1more's nine-acre est0at waSus. They are Socialist controlled. W.- Puckett of Buford, Ga., state who will make the acceptance.
Dock of Kent's big date is Mary sold for $45 000 In back taxes plus They were traditionally neutralist that in September, 1W49, Congress-
Williamson, 21-year-old b e a u t y penaltiesW .The Ruiskya earby until this week when they belated- man Woed. told them be- was The Very Riv ). Richard
who works In the florist shop at at the. Gen Cove, L, Li raPly adopted a resolution support, awarding the Flowery B r a n c h Macfonadd,. n -f the Cthe-
a Bond Street hotel foyer. ma ..loq ave run up an even tga*l increased military strength for mall route to Homer Reeves be- dm1 of St. Luke will lve the In-
Martin,&__twis take separae featureI J of oin CrawfordQ auction now is how vigorously received in connetco with a law- will be pronounced by the Rev.
kebs (locals, report) en route to (the boss' e) on the widshieldthe will implement this move, si brought by Reeves' father In Wlli am W. Baldwin, of St. Al-
bookings on their road tour, I in"wllmen there "isab ove.fsui the will ehef late Dr
case anyone thi they've cam ho are ist4not ta uins-bGeorge willaeetvs se0D
..pletely healed the alleged bec.T-to CashBox...Awhorjunottaking the RuGeorgeBryce....=
..C.as rs ay pe ky Pe gy King gives the M Gu iste s .. ans a S a 'personal Insult. The sixth an the e igibil ty list. In addition to the lu nior H I I
,. .Coasters Gb pora.) e gy .Kio fg Hi..ts Shincerely It e j W osees, for exafple, recently ax- School orchestra, which wll

















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'UMLL, an. ,)- b d u Wrecked and trees up eht and covered them with mn l i
uut5a;i'te tr- a, tb protect esprotect them from uyg ,
detg) Iowa, and Janit lst. he 1ld "all this time there w 5 nest d
Wmet- I tVhe oor. d tonoado alert w a a terrific roaring sound and on 51 Zsu
Ta, lm-. live ileasti el today y for parts of could feel our house just 5 S th
Ill im l, lIort, Arkanas, aenMes- apart." 18 Kinificant general 23 Bird dog 42 Nautical term
RFex 'asiUa-i-e they be- ee, Misasippiand Missouri. At Udall the destruction was al- 17 Feminine 6 Table morsel 24 Pronoun 43 Fire residue
gin teir a' a Iirou he L, a yest rday A or 20 balldo- most impossible to describe. Plec- appellatiqn 7 River islet 25 Cuddle 4. Made mistakes
nation's 'm S Wedneday ers moved through the rubble of ae of ti roofing were found near- s18oan Indian 8 Lqck openers 31 Negative reply 48 Units of
ilt. Udall, their operators lUting ple- 1 eight miles away. Homes and 20 Demulcent 9 Recipient of 33 Him energy
SMl a tota wreck, Wiped es tl to peer under them. buildings were reduced to chunks '22 Diminutive of goods 36 Dress 49 Hops' kilns
off 0 ae by worst tornado B kwel, la ., was a similar that could be held in the hand. Eleanor 10 Horsemen 37 Conductor 52 Native metal
SAros th state of de and ruin. lackwel Many of the Udall injured were 2 Source of II Adjust 39 Beholdl 53 Honey maker
in a tricked lackwell, Okla., officials a It the river rose the taken to hospitals near death. Oth- power 19 Plashing 41 Pertaining to 54 Organ of
the ra-swolen Chkaskia river predicted two feet above flood ersn wept hysterically or stared 26 Saucy 1 Seemed the Andes hearing
ent over ts banks, threatening stage it would pur water over 15 mute and glassy-eyed at their res- 7 Observe
holms which had escaped the tor- to 16 blocks in the area ravaged cuers. Some of those who escaped. Compass point "
mado's fury. by the twister. However they said serious injury sat in their shat- '29 Footlike part
the area was not densely populat- tered homes, sobbing quietly. 30 Social insect
A state-by-state count of the ed.. One two-story building in mid- iPronoun Is c t
dead and Mdured showed: At Udal a flag staff poked I- town Udall was turned complete- 34 Wittic-ism
Kansas Udall destroyed and congruously up through a pHile of ly around on its foundation, its a v
7 dead. Eleven dead at the near- rubble, ts flag twisted tightly a- roof gone and windows scattered. 'aFourth
by vMi t oft Oxford, including round the sha by the tornado. On the outskirts the tops of trees Arabian caliph
five, uhidenfrom one family, for A 24-year-old Udall housewife, were clipped off as with a giant cias p a
a statewide total of V dead and Mrs. Harvey Shbelman, said only shears, .. lut h
at least 3000 injurd. State officials a "miracle" saved her family of The wreckage of a score or c loth
feared more bOes would be six when the twister caved in all more autos littered the streets and o 0Short-napped
found in the Udl debris today. but one roof of their two s -tory one sashed car was perched a- bric ,
Oklahoma Seventeen persons house. top an eight-foot high pile of rub- ,43 Solar "disk
dead, 500 injured, 500 homes in Mrs. Shelman said her husband ble near the business district. 44 Fsh eggs
2 blocks destroyed at Blackwell. yelled "get down on the floor" There was not a building in town '45 Grafted (her.)
Two more dead at Cheyenne for a and she grabbed her three-week- without severe damage. 47 Degree of I
state total of 19. old son Jimmy and protected him Four companies of National t progression p
Texas-Fifteen airmen killed with her body as she crouched Guardsmen totaling g270 men 49 Rarer
vhen a B4 ran into a violent down. moved in. Capt. L. C. Brown sur- 50 Concealed
storm over sterling City and "The windows began breaking veyed the ruin and estimated his 51 Loose outer
crashed. and glass shot all over the room, forces would be needed for days. garments,
Missouri-One man killed by a she said. "The little girls were in Clocks were stopped in Udall at 55Ever (poet.)
twister near Paris, Mo., farm bed. My husband grabbed them 10:30 p.m. when the twister roared 56 Before
out of the night without warning. .S7 Mighty
The stunned residents sp e n t a ,58 Hail!
grim nig h t freeing themselves 59 Indian weight
from debris, counting the de a d,
rescuing the wounded and trying
SE ON jkCO ito find their scattered families.
Mayor Karl Rowe said there e
was some lightning and a little N s ma Dlr f my are taking care of the dead
S- rain and then the twister hit. ewsman DeScribes and injured.
"My house just floated away," The big black funnel of the tor-
Rowe said. "I don't know where at ai n nado. more than a mile wide, was
it is." UnVBclIIIOn spotted by rural residents a few
The Udall death toll surpassed moments before it reached the
entire year in Kansas-1917 when 1l1 DICW ll iU aIi But hundreds were caught un-
42 ere killed. L OY H awares in town- they scarcely
At Blackwell, Okla., Un It e d By R R O knew what hit them.
BLACKWELL, Okla., May 27
Press correspondent Lero y A. (UP)-Stunned residents of this
Hammann reported ra duplicate tornado-smashed town are walking
residents who sighted the tornado around trying to pick up the bite
residents who sighted the tornad and pieces of their lives.
W e ore unpacking funnel a few minutes before it it Some f them wear bandages
Blackwell said t was at least a on their arms and heads and they
mile wide. walk distractedly, as i unable to
When it struck it smashed 500 walk distraetedly, as if unable to
e Aluminum and nylon home in about 72 blocks of thIecthem. n :
gliduersm a ny. .43.50 town of 15,000 populations. A hos- stoopa unten-
glids...............pital and a glass factory were de- They stoop and pick up a unten-
SAluminum Extension stroyed but a new general hospi- clothing t here, or a bit of furniture or
chairs ................ 37.50 tzl, opened only this month, was clothing g there. o Wednesday
ch""i se redand cared for scores of the igThe r a v a g e of Wednesday
SAlrfoa pillows .95 inj. night's ornado add up to the
llMeanwhile, about 450 miles a- worst devastation I have ever
Beach umbrellas ....16.95 way a B-36 atomic superbomber seen. n
ptoordo and it rained almost constantly all
AlumiL umbrellaa apparently ran into a d night until dawn. But then thensun A anpers who thows a kiss.is
tables ................39.50 ing e tlin City, Tx., came out brightly and cra n e st
The deadly storm line extended and bulldozers set. to work at
-. from Memphis, Tex., where the clearing the debris. l
..first blow hit W nesday after. Houses are.In splinters. Only a
.... Io -vfrouTe x -stood the. w & hU
a well oa a on t a A 7 blocks of t 'e Sunday: Family Dance
Chicken friors 9.95 Rolk, Derby, and Gueda Springs which has a population of IS5000,
SChKanken frier sa......s.were......95 Rokda Spring heavily damaged and about Buffet Starting at 5 p.m.
Shck.-. roasters ........ .as95s _____500 homes destroyed. *I would
S......... 99 estimate another 300 were damag-
e,4 ft. m=RO pleauaure Recorded Clasica ed.
cookers...................5.50 Recordei Great trees, three and four feet
Sin diameter, used to line the
streets of Blackwell but they are
Music To Be Played only stumps now. but they are
SMayor 0. L. Bynum said it is
,0 Make your bathroom A B W idA d the worst disaster in the city's Fine Furniture miae of
sparkle with PORSO Al JWi D 1ViW Uau y history. He said damage will run Darifn Mahogany, NOW at
CLEAN A program of recorded clas- into millions of dollars. amazing low prices.
Bathroom scales ........ 8.50 slcal music will be given at the The town is filled with hundreds Bedroom, Dining Room and
USO-JWB Armed Forces Serv- of officers -highway patrolmen, Living Room Sets
SBathroom plastic waste ice Center next Wednesday at 8 National Guardsmen, police and Living Ro oms de Sets A.
-T baskets ................. 1.85 p.m. sheriff's deputies who poured in Productos de Madera, S. A.
..........Selections to be played are as from surrounding cities. m s8Central Avenue
Bedroom mats .......... 2.95 follows: Beethoven Quartet Those who 10 longer have any Btwreen Kodak Bldg. and
SToilet bowl brushes 0.60 No. 1 in F Major, Opus 18. homes are finding tempo r a r y Fifth Ave. qiore
Toet bowl bruahe aint-Saens-Concerto WO. 1 in quarters in the homes of friends. Phone 2-3003
A Minor of Cello and Orchearta. The Red Cross and Salvation Ar-
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joined by the veter- Four months later, I wa in ol.
actor, ie're Monoeu. plywood making 'Carmep Jone.,
Al are ey?" he ased. and now I'm almost a star and te
4n,j. 1." said Rise. promise still has more than a
Sare two ad four," year to go.
i ed ut a picture. The big break for her was win-.
hea said, proudly. ning Dennis James' tele vis e
'T l M"Chance of a Lifetime." That led
to movies, night-clubs, theater and
"House of Flowers" the barber shop.
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"-* '-'''o ... -" ral ofan dish which kes sh a hit at who g da in a st ortr
te. F... Us i 0 of oism e oktail parties that Americans hobby or g endeavor because
i Gao a A argrm. for A- nvariably -begf0n the recipe to he wa*s to alr his wife's inter-
Stak back to s tatel with them eats. ut 1 ~ p rare bird.
SArttleV lexibilit an and upon heagige what prepara-1
l sin Mupp, -of iann inaf tion it involves on tho part oft4he Mo te th the man as-
ae to be dmeme cook, just as reraol arL begof t e dsues companionship,
lan S-W4cieyto be doe These little bean pufsor "fritu- in i es that his wife
tended te d iee ras deo fr ieles" oe ccup ied- a J i ,w i a, mJrests.
Prdese to MOfice .i4s: AA; bat friend a ns me and two maids a
talon c fmmander, Lt. CoA Gq good part of the afternoon in the That -is just a word of explana.
M. acgelvy, the three in b preparation. So for the St a t e s tion to wife who thinks her hus-
teris were to fire on tr of where maids are rare and usually b nd is unfair because althou hb
opportune t n ere to fire on trtal- paid by the hour, it might take, sh has learned to fish, play golf,
ohptuna orers Vicr n a J amemesJack, his beanstalk and all t h e and to enjoy going baseball
lie- mythical enemy pdrsonnelM iant's gold to justify this dish of, meX ieth b husband, she can't
automatic weapons and mor- ans. Thus we say "Nt for ex- dra him to a concert, dance re
t this time the visitor were i ndo insists that the cta, or art exhibit.
to ee at the howitzer position dish is known as "Akr, though She asks, Dont you tnk he is
Area watching the firing bat- to others it is nameless. Here it being unfair and
terles perform. As HO-hour an- is
proefled the viewing party was a BAN PUFFS aisbands Wives Must
-to 0eve from the 105's to the Accept ach Other
battalion fire direction. center Take one lb. ok black-ey ed
and then to a forward observa beans (frijoles de cabea ne. es say instead that he is ust
on post to see preparatory fire ra Soak overnight to soften. being a perfectly normal man.
on thp enemy's main line.. of certain the beams are not He enjoys his wife's com any-
resistance. old nor discolored. The soaking but only if he is doing w at he
While the visitors were at the makes peeling possible. u I likes to do.
OP various targets were toibe them against a gater to loosen Tbt probably Isn't fair. But that
taken under fire and forward the skin only.Te peel each T n 's ar Bt i no
observer procedure was to be ex..one by hand. When peeled, pas s how things are and there is no
plainedr through a flne grinder. Beat he use ane woman's becoming re-
When "H" hour arrived, the pulp adding salt to taste. While sentful because her husband be-
artillery mission was to seek ou beating, sprinkle with water un- haves like most men.
and destroy enemy positions til the mixture becomes ightt M
which we r e slowing down IMand fluy. Drop by teaspoon y en and women have to accept
., .ground-gaining forces. On such to a pet of frying temperature each other a they are A o
a position, as a climax to the fat. When brown drain, and othe fact that if they are to enjoy
demonstration, all eighteen 105' serve at once. the c Iont a th e r he
AT AMERICAN IET AN held at the a l Vista alone at Hotel El Panams were to participate in a Tim Unfortunately this mixture will the companion p of their hus-
last t lb hlinor, of t e the epu te B eardo M. Arlas t. and Mrs. Arias, are seen on-target mission. not keep too well, so tired or not ke what their husbands lke
(I to '.) F6reign Mi t Fabrega, M James Plaa, resident Riardo Arias E., Mrs. A time-on-target lsion d you will have to serve it the day instewhd of trying to get thousands likeeir hu-
Louis Gomes and Ambassaoi Chr pn hap. -mands that all the rounds fro of preparation. t
-." *---r 18 howitzers burst on the target
S simultaneously. A maximum o
Gala Amean Society Turpot rs. rank Raymond. M V. T. his government to assume the precision is need to. achieve a r uce
Homorlo g ; resident And Mais, as hoit to a group include. ort of U. S. Ambassador to Iran. effect when the howitzer are
Mrs. Arias '. t g Mr. Andgiw Hoteum who flew Wewill depart for the United located at varying ran from
Over 3(0 members of the Amer-from Puerto Armuelles for the din. States tomorrow evening the target.nies um rs
Ican Society and their friends at- ner.",I
tended thedinner DIpce honoring lPrinces Maria Crisa- r ROME. May 27 .(UP) Mrs
President a'd Mrs: Arias. Among Ambassader Ajad Visits $ Papama Clare Boothe Luce yesteroaa
the guests at the. banquetrin .the Mrs. enrdpP o Leaving leuador after a visit denied reports that she is slat-
u p.. I I daned re poin r eald he is
Room were inat J effcin is' Of-uthe As a da" for razila riaCrstjna de Borboh, visited in nIer's cabinet.
government of Panamai. A m o n g Ambassador to Panama and Mrs. PaWhna briefly. The Princess, a aW eirNs uinethJouo
were Mr~ and Mrs. Victor C. U- AbelardoBuenodo Prodo, who are widow, is a bcousin, of the ate King e- Mrs. Lucq teen the follow
trulia, Mr. and Mrs. Octabio Fa- leaving for their new post in Got of Spain;, is en route to Hamburg, DaIly News reporment on thatshe New Yoras
brega M r.. and-Mrs. Victor N. Ju- many, members of the Diplomat- Germaly. 'A luncheon Was given benIW offered Mp Oveta Culp
iao, n. ad Mrs. Bolivar Valla- le Corps accredited to Panana by Charge d'Affaires of th~ Hoy's job in the cable
rino, Mr. Roberto Heurtematte., gave a gala reception yesterday ishEitibassy and Mrs. Rafael a- FORT WORTH. Tex May 27 "The report that I will become
Mr. Saleedo Levy and Mr. Raul evening at the Union Club in Pa- ra at their residence in Bella Vias. (UP) A six-foot tall robbery Secretary of Health. Education
Arias. Amog the others reserving nama. ta, before the Princess sailed. suspect led Fort Worth and sub- and Welfare is just the latest
tables for groups Of friend were urban Arlington police on aIi of a lon series of rumors.
Mr. and Mrsm Jig er- Plara, Mr. You Th ( blia Be A F andM gri speemra ohr hd, enhe-jlumping chase eaYf r 'It has anso beea rumored that
and Mrs. RobertoBoyd, Mr. AndCharMeber Te e Mrs. Amath Of Margarita ay and apparently miead tn r would be a candidate for the
Mrs. Fred* Gerhardt, Mr. and rs..Cunningham, Manger Announees arriageea ay
Louis Gom I ep--Mr.and Mrs. Timo- ofHotlEL-P &n a mna has an- Of Daughter Sylvia. The -than had tattoos on bo t h enhator for Coaneticutof
thy Wocidrui;-mi'. Iand M-r s.1nOtmied tonights inauguration of Mrs. Margaret AgstlmpVC ra.00- arms And worl blue jeans and--apoiton f ne Amndciamaor to
Charles )eeson, and Mr. and Mrs' the 4:30 club," which will be t. rita, Canl Zone ann ed theW shite- ort hi t p in fr n t, Amor t
Robert Meminger. Mr. and Mrs.p to the public on Friday and marriage o her daughF orylva, The chase lasted about fo u r France and of Ambassador tol
Richard Dehlinger and Dr. ALd n tsfrom midnight un- to Major Jim E. Tracy, U.S.A. in hours and Ilvolved a stolen truck Great Britain.
S "Q3i0 gath Louisville, KtuckyD .n M v0. and two "stMer S Irrepeat again that these
the",.' t Arrnque' '. theo'M,, e lhaAfter a 1ho n beii& stole .se r Frrti morstoverlook two Important
Te:ybweb wil reside a takt1o- WE,.o, n runQorts Vriv. o'N olw. 1 Al
enda611tevYltboa. aI am aof n a ea 1earry ablyaflled and Ieam ary
fyone staying nil 4 will get ajbr Tracy w formerly ata- o ,000 20... nappy inm pesend obamveus
Annasn 4ila4 ptFottionedwitht at or tt sld,tthhe appy in my present job as
a'complimentary t 'iaghanap." tioi o r man earlier, on eound him baseador to Italy.
e'., ..... ..in te l Amnador n,-Can.s'dr. ooeiving a truck wi ot SoUth Caro. "Perhaps In the circumstances
t6n eo i abment there will ea line license plates. eie told .them it ulould be foresighted of me
thetrio AmeiTanpe" to p Ies Y Mesdames a. a" A Wn olye he stole the truck at Fort B e n- eto d eny n advance that TI amn
Latin and American melodies. -Fete Mrs. CooOea in
"The 4:30 Club" will be inau- Mrs. Wilter C. Cousineaunwasfon the -dearuenthes eor as com-
S-hertniecesMrs.John R e clothmonooatey s bearing tohe Atoe: n chief of AO
Smith of Balboa and Miss Mildr name of the Farmers and Mer- forces."
Ambassador Chapin To Neely of Curundu, at- th Army chants bank in, he n ncoester, Ga.
Receive Friends Tody and Navy Club,. owhen theyk, kedlh the Man'about
Belden Chapin, Ambassador of 2.Mrs. Cosineau, of Les Angeles, lice car which had pieked.bimo p
the United States in ]Panama wllm California, is a neforinerresident ofi p e a Driv With Comfort y a
t a L h received his friends today at ththeCanal Zone and is visting rel. fot ftenc and a six-foot e a a il t uasm
Embassy residelnce in La Creste, atives, ow- the, Isthmus. lont fenceachaing i rning.aL ad
betweenn 5 30 and 1t30. Amabassa- -flnk fauene.o. p""our. iron
cense number and -police broad- a fine
e st a description. -.-.. AIR-COOLED COIL is no posibility ',
The fugitive was next eenA L
Arlington on U. S. Highway 80 and SPRING CUSHION. IATINAgivesyMo5 0 0
P0116e 0Wen w. E. Cantrell and C. Keep your seat and back 63i&h, leaving th"emn '
the Em"I" M. Cook gave chase. The drive' free from perspiration. boNbandstaywlmu0
U of the stolen car abandoned it and
ns, .a,',' rats~e.m. lentr- r i fLed on foot. He Is beloved to have Also" otherr types of foam
Ins nt h i left the areain another car, re- rmublqr filled wedges.
Jane-Tt r .rl in'a scemtdiml.n" l. Sutl* W in woww ln! yo1 wlll"f it ewim
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lues." It was his first screen
kiss Wekb0's atteMpt to intro-
ducn,. roma e on b i weU-
known TVshow have brou a
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JUNE 1st.


Fabulous Reductions!


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HARNE & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCd STUDIO
MOTEL EL PANAMA. SUITE 1.11
to 10 p.0k.-Adults,. Pro-teens
Teongers. By appointment only.
Mning......... Baolboa 2-4239
Aer 5 .p.... Pinma 3-1660

Canal Zone Dental Polyclnicl
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Dserwo--bridge work-alr brave
SGeneral Practice
casll 11%h of July) Ave No. SIA
(poleslie Anca School rnylroUn)
Trle"*phone 2.011-PaEm.


LIFE INSURANCE
CALL

JiM RIDGE
14.2 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panami 2-0552

"We can help YOU with
Chiropractic"


1gs. A. and r.. ORILLAC
(Palmer Graduates)
3IPadr Avene Tel. 3-j=3
(1 block from Lux The tre)

SP01RYiS BAXTER S.A.
ldcher Shippers MoveIm
S PhMes 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Ridins **at
PiNAMA RIDING SCHOOL
llidnge & Jumping desmos dil
I to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
o r bV appolntm t.


l Math-Stlek Bamaboo
Drapes,
"e in Belnds
M'oi Tivere Curtains
O 1sai er Wood Jalouaies
S Ca 2-S063 r S3-4904
IlaNmte Given Without
ObUgatfoni
Distributed by
reductos de Modera, S.A.
"eRtoal Ave. (between Kodak
uldIt I& s Fifth Ave. Store).


ANN LATTIN SCHOOL OF DANCE
ungces cla J Tpp. Acrobatic
It. Clyti: Meday nad. Thuray
1:M p.M, be~lafl( June lth,
Maui I4,oGUM Center.
CamA: Tqsdy anll Fridey 3:.0 p.
ma..' beinnin mJune 14th Coco
Clubhouse. Boy' elas in Tapaad
Ae etlc. Phone JkdL. -441


WASHING MACHINE
Parts alert Servis
Muebleria CABA SPART
Central 36-79.
'rel. -4591.


.O3 BALE: Refrigerat
Admiral, brand new,
years' warranty, no do
payment, $12.60 month
Mtebleria CASA PART
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,atee, no down paymi
S $10.00 month.
Isuebleria CA8A PART



'-*MOUB GARRARD
RECORDOAMNIOE
ust receivenew shipm
of latest "fddel RC-
Oarr a r d Recordchang
8o mplete with 45 R
Slpndle and Maghetic '
Cartridge 0njy $52.5
inebleria CASA 8PAR
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T CAREFUL

INSPECTION

1.) Of the Carass
Before Retreadig.

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LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONIEf OU.R AGENiSOR OUCR
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
7 Street N IS3
MORRISON
dth of July Ave. J M.
FOT(O DOMY -
Justo Arosemena Ave. aid 33 .


, FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-Deuble bed com-
plete, 2 night tables. dreser with
beautiful mirror. AI 4qulity WA
condition. "Transportes Bnter,"
phone James 2-2316.
FOR SALE:-ROA Victor sea.
sole. radio-record player, three-.
speed, dark mnr- y. like nw
$175; large wimow type He.
mart cooler $50. Qtn. 484.
Clayton, Phone 3103.
FOR SALE:- American family
leaving Panaem. Selling: II-ft.
refrigerator $350. 12-ft. deep
freezer $300. 52-gallon weter
hooter $65. 6-piece Peruvia
strling t service $375. AN 25
months use and excellent cendi-
tiin. Also metal dJinng room
chain $2. Phone Pname 3a -
4099. r
FOR SALE.:-BARGAINSI Dow.
hie bed "Hollywood" with new
mottran $7.50; Bureaus $18.00;
China Closets $29.00; Ward-
robes $35.00; Dining Table and
4 Chairs $75.Os Modern Liv-"
ing Room sot $140.00; Delk
$39.00; Springs.$16.50. Also
we have now brand new bed-
room, living end dining room
sets. Beautiful box springs *an
legs with innerspring mattrees.t
Small down payment. Easy terms,
.HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE. Na-
tional Avenue No. 41, Phone
3-4911.
FOR SALE:-25-cycle Westinq-
house freezer top refrigerator
$150; console Silger sewing
machine $85; men's golf clubs,
3 woods, 10 matched Irons, bag
and cert $85; Remington model
7 typewriter with eeas $50. Oth-
er household Items priced to Mslf
including cotton rus., electrical
Appliances end furniture. Phone
2-.6310. 222-A Ancon.
FOR SALI: Frigidalre, excel-
lent conditop; R>tten lounge
chair and ottomae; gross squero-
rugs; miscellaneous item. Cell
Blbee 3253.

FOR SALE
' Boats & Motors

so~kmneabe V*tU 16-hp.
lvule.rasy menere. Qts .
55A. Abit, o ,,no 8.6-2183.
FOR SALE: 24-ft. auxiliory
sailboat, large deep freez, two
bunks, 2-hp moto. motor. Cnll 2-
3481.
FOR SAL-- Bet *tyle "Play
oT, "MAtO I." GUARDIA Y
COMPAV IA.
FOR SALE: 14-ft. beot with
troller. Perfect edition. Ge-
rard Ortnge 5es t No. 4. Tel.
phone 3-4440.,


New Books


E The completely fascinating,
E$ thorough and dispassionate bio-
se |graphy of Greta Garbo,. writ-
'ON I ten by John Bainbridge, is a-
mong the books placed in cir -
culation during the week by the
Canal Zone Library. I
With sensitivity and under-
standing, Bainbridge trace Gar-
bo's career from the first ago-
t n niin g years in Hollywoo:I
own ture and Into her retirement,
h. which, though it has lasted for
ON nearly 15 years, was never plan-
ned by the actress to be perma.
nent.
The complete list of new books
and their authors announced by
the library this week follows:
Non-fiction- Technical Serv-
aid, Ices In Libraries, Tauber; Peace
ar- with Clod, Graham; Essays in
ent, Public Philosophy, ,Lippman;
Why Johnny Can't Read, FleschI;
*ON The Ghost Voyage; Out of Es..-
klmo Land, Poncinas Great Bri-
tein: England, Scotland, and
Wales, zek; France: Paris
and the Provinces, Ogriiek;
Garbo, Balnbridge.
S Fiction -All Men are Mortal,
ent Beauvoir; So Many Steps to
8OM Death. C',ristie; Jonathan Blair,
ers, Ellis; Venture into -Darkness,
PM Hobart: Fellow Passenger.
ro. Household; A. Crosabowman's
50. Story of the First Exploration of
OrN the Amaszon, Millar; Flamingo
Feather, Van der Post.


GOOD OPPORTUNITY


SWe bev vemrl silghtly me
Mlilamr- Cu. ft.-from
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Mh HIGH FIDELITY

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LOURDES PHARMACY
U12 La Carasmullal
CASA ZALDO
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Auomoile
Automobiles '


FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
with radio, excellent condition.
Locona. Phone 3341.
FOR SALE:-1948 Hudson Se-
den. completely eve rha u I d
$400. Phone 2-2911.
FOR SALE;- 1950 Pentiae
black 4-deer sedan 6-cylinder
straight shift. In excellent con-
dition $750. Call Albrook 846.
6275.
FOR SALE:-1951 "MG" Sport
Roadster, low mileage. Phone
Colon 74. after 5 p.m. 828-B,
Mr. Roski.
FOR SALE:-1951 "Olds" 98.
deluxe seden, good mechanical
condition, excellent tines with
safety tubes, loaded with "ex-
tras." Can be financed. 51075.
222-A Anon. Phone 2-6310.
FOR SALE:-1951 Mercury 4-
door sedan. good condition, rus-
enable. Cell 8*5252.
FOR SALE:--1948 Mercury con-
vrtible, excellent condition, duty
paid, $500. Cell Panama 2-
1045.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Cranbrook 4-door sedan,-perfect
condition, radio, $1200. 201-9
Getun 5-517.
FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac bull-
nes coupe, excellent conditieh,
low miloeo, $750. Cell Selbel
3253.
FOR SALE--1954 M.G., wire
racing wheels, perfect condition
- 4,500 miles, $1350 or best of-
for. Albroik 5108.

Position Offered


WANTID:-Applicants for Army
Service Club Director (women)
4Wlrod; preferably single; be-
tween ages 246 nd 40; gredutof
eo*eedked ellege with major in
mcrMea4a orelated field, U.it-
ed *taes eldisen. May subtitute
for celoege to -wo"earsof
paid experlelce in seoell, ra-
creationet or similar eorenise-
tioens. Call iStoff Service Club Dl-
c.tr. *57--,0,.iiele.
ose. -SA RI.yt ee.


WANTED: -.Se4lmmnetoe hen-
dle repre etien ; eof leading
lines all ever the Repaublic. Write
to: Salesmen, Box 1741', Pen-
ama. -


HONOR EXPLORER The
Federation 't Rbodesia and
Nyasaland wil issue these two
stamps this summer to eom-
memorate the scovery el00
years ago of Victoria Falls by
Dr. David Livingstone, British
mnisslosry and exploer. Top
stamp bears portrait, ofthe
famed explorer instead in a,
view of the falls. Bottom stamp
depicts natives carrying the ail-
Uing r. Livin ptone in a ltter
as an airplane,* denoting the
progress made since 1 Aijej
over the falu,




LEGAL NOTICE
U"I"d States D" o CM4 ear Theo
Ditabit e of e COeal Zae
Balboa Divialen
In the matter of the estate of Madge
CU Tackbrry.Demme
/ SSt7, Probate.o.


Motu of. time st for pevin will
I.and bearing appllcadton for letters.
JNotee s hereby lvn that s petition
far pt wbeate. of the 0- of Mode
ulp eoberry. dese nd forth
of lers at lion
was filled hin this Court o May IM
nmd h t une 14. 11M at s o'clock min..
t Owe Corwtroam of this 'O-t at An-
easi. Coal Zone, has be t for the
beess of sid peIMtio, when and
we -any pers ton leted may ap-
eer ~nd eat lest the eC. sld show


FARMJCIA LOMBARDO.
Foioth at aly Ava


Agenda Intarnal. de Publicaelone
.1 Catral Ave.
.ARM IA LUX -
tmexf re T 'Btreed


MISCELLANEOUSt


ALCOHOLICS ANONTI
BOX 2031 ANCON.


VISIT THE SAN BLAS IN
JUNE 3 4 -
The tr*i of your life ai
Panaem's Pescaderal A
day Jungle Jim Joue tl
ulema Canal to Cole
s. and Porte Belloe
elbee. Friday 6:30 .m.,
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave
9:30 p.m. fo colorful Si
Snd historic Porto BI.le,
hlw. Colon Sunday ole
Thru Canal Monday 6:31
leaving from Strenges Cl
turning to Balboa. Meals
-by El Paenem. *ring
ishrts, bathing sits,
flippers end pMrsn feor
wvdr fishing. your came
color film. Camel trip,
$10.00. For further infle
hoea Jungle Jim Price I
-31660.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous


FOR SALE:- Phile oe r
tien unit, % capacity. UIq
year. 5-yeer guarantee,
condition, bargain. Albe
end aT- rge meh*gy she
Central Avenue No. 1
Phone 2-2114.


FOR SALE:-5-ton Gaom
electric eir condition ao
with /4-hp. blower, fl,
3-phase; 3-hp. General I
Ob cooled d miulcg me
eycle, 3-phese. Both for
Penama Auto, S.A., PhM
4550.


FOR SALE-BIyckle boy's
maoser $20. 57-9- I
Phone 2-4130.


FOt SALEM-Reaolver o
lod Super PRO SP400X
*phq a office 274, mi
405, Colon,


FOR SALE:- YerV- old
ouhghd -ellmenie dOg. I
.fonm*Hen el, after 5
5 F 44. '
, FOR SALE
" '.es.Lp


FOR A 4
hn Rie M,. ofe.lule
p lu- 2-S.'. .


FOe'B Sdtdf-i-A ig*e(.,
apartment htM 100I
lubel. A pl 73 4th 1
landei. C ahn.


Scout Nei

TrJoop Sj of Cristobal
Court of Awards recent
The Flg Ceremony i
ducted by the Sea Horse
Then Mrs. Virginia To
president of the Canal Zc
Scout Coutcil, was introt
the parents and guests.
Mrs. Herbert Engelke,
ant leader of Troop 50,
rita. presented pioneer a
servatlon' badges to
J'oh son. '
Mrs: nHary Seaman, a
leader of Troop 33, prese:
sewing badge to Andy Ni
sres. Z.B. O'Brien pr
sports badge to Martha.
and athletes badges to
Johnson and ilueen Cox
The highUlight of-.the C
Awards was the presents
the coveted curved bar,
rank in Intermediate Gir
Ing. It was 'presented to
Johnson by -the council
dent.
The Court of Awards
With the silging of Ih
Vesper Son ducted
After .th* Court ofj
there were games, danci
refreshmentaf The guest
Billy Gibson, Bill Haye
Hogan, Jim 8chuele, Julio
RobIn Morland Bill Wi
Will, and Eddie Pabon.
Mrs. R. X. Cox Is the le
the troop.


RESORTS


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100 Level
1st Line


USED670 TIS


670x 15 $


GUARANTEED 12 MeAthl

Sie- Black Wall Wahit l 7 9.M
600x16 $13.75 l5
670x15 14.75 16,55 I I5 "id ma
710ux1 15.60 1is m 3Il 1,c
7MI5 17.06 &St M IWS
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820x15 19.50 4 EXTRA

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(psiaIa I'-fgALHAM-
Phone 1158 Celi


FOR RUNT, lashed a
-perteat cetfbinl- TThe-
etr. Vie PenW 4e. 120. Phone
3-5024,


FOR RENT-Vaseetn quirt en
for June eand July. I bedrooms.
Blboe Flat eme, Tel. 2-3464.


FOR RINTl -2---deom epart-
me-t, It *aWer, .range, etc.
Cube Avenut# 1,. Belle Vista.


FOR RINTi-In quiet miden-
tiel aMe, 2-bedrm apartment r
in chalet type duplex. Suitable
for couple with 1 or 2 smell
children. Pone 2-4841 or 3-
1848.
FOQt RENT.-Unfurnished two
bedroom apaftumt 2 baths,
storage. meld's quarters. Phone
3-0815, 444h St. No. 32..
FOR RINT-..-Modem furnished
two-bedomm eopeatment with
front terrace. vaileble June 1t.
44th Street, crner Venezuela
No. 19. f e 3-4780.
F6R* RNTi3- -drMm opart-
meet on "A"' Stest "El Cangre.
je." Pheoe 3148.
FOR 114Tb--.Fumiseed opeat.
m0 lJ vi g ro-Ms, dining room.
2 V ome. gas rtoe, rfrisgr-
tier. 43rd Street No. 64, Belli
Vista,


MCOUf WILLIAMS' Me &4ra Beach
GCZ. Cottages -- r Nu. refgere-
tion, 2-bedresp. q b.lbee
LANDS 3050.
eard El Gromelph'. Sauts ,Che BBeash
three- CottaM. Modse cveNdences,
be th moderee 0 sil 10. hsed Bamboe
a, San 6.441.
Leave Shrapnel's fumIN ed heoues on
Colse beech at Santi leQ. Telephone
I lCos Thompson. lbm |1772.
natm- PHILLIPS Oce d .Cottages.
snwon. Santa Clar. Bns 41r, salbee.
0 a.m., Phone Panama 3-1177. Cristo-
lub re- bel 3-1673.
cateled
slacks. FOSTER'S COTTAGES, one mile
l0ket, pest Santo Chler Low rates.-
u0nd- Phone Blbe.1toa L .
Ie end
SNI- FOR RENT
martin
eanmema Houss
* FOR RENT:- Bstef3ul chalet.
* 10th Street No. 31, So* Francis-
co. Phone Sgval 2-2037.
FOR RENT; Furnamished
.._di- home. Ho1e0 "07, Cello Is .
0 n Santa Isebel, Colon.
perfect FOR RENTt--Small mlet. one '
mbinets bedroom, Vng dining room.
usM kitchen. tief jtrea ut. Genoorl
13.142, Jose de So a Martin Ave. No.
6. downstairs.
"ral E-- FOR RENT: Furnishid com-
it unit fortable home, l living room.
-cycle, dining rooe, two bedrooms, both
1Eletdri and laundry. Spacious grounds,
a, 60i facilities fresh .L4g a vegle-
$450. bles. 15 mIusn i Fa s-
ae i" me. Reesomable rntel, Appoint:
l6bhM 3745. ,
RI d. FOR RENT.-Vesetion *erters;
Dieble. 3 -. bdreom C90tta. from June.
I 11 to Sept. 14. Phpme Bambo
mmr- 28 l-
. Tel-
"- FOR RENT

thor- Ro00o 8
p.m., FOA RENT: Availade Janm

1E, -couch, rMfrI-tr 5tomI,
S id coblne privtoe beth

ottuege "
^WANTED
four- Miseelianeous
SMe- WHIL CHAIR wanted to buy
& goal. Phone Panasma 3-1260.

ws Concert To Be
Spted Tonight
lay. At La Boca Schoo!-
was con-
SPatrol. Airept performance of a
wnsend, sprig encert bt the La Boca
one Girl Aludil Choir will be presented
duced to tonight at 8 in the study hail
of the La Boca High School.
assist-
Marga- The same concert, under the
knd co direction of Miss Emily Butcher'
SMartha was presented Sunday to an
audience of about 400 persona,
assistantt who attended despite heavy
nted the raind. Hugh Adams is planl6t
ash. for the group.
resented '
Johnson
Martha
Court of
ati0nOf Solentists say the sun Is
lr Scout- creeping closer, no won-
Martha der the heat in Panama
presi- s. most unbearable. But
ended here's a tip I'm sure
e Scout
by the yu'll- appreciate. Drive
oad to El Valle and spend
n, and t day or two in Paradise
ts were at the CLUB CAMPES.
es, Bill T'E, he land of golden
an Hall. n' a tre
li. Jim frogs id'square trees.


Wanted Position
POSITION WANTED: --t-dby
sitter service offered. *P-ne
460-1. C".lo.


POSITION ,WANTID:- xperi-
enced Cost Accountent end Aud-
itor eoffen services. Refer to Box
1302,;Peauma.


I GAL NOTICE
iwnmmrrTATS or AMERICA
/.. Canal Zone
Unl State Oimlet Court FVr
T's trlt a T he cal ...
Balboa Divison
Paul Rose, etc.." L mnf vs. M/V
Sabrina, her engines, tackle. boilers, etc..
and the proceeds of the sale of the said
M/ Sabrina on IeRegisry of this
Court, and Comnfia do Navepei6n,
Anne," S.A.. Respondents.
In Admiralty. No. 412d. Alas Citatio
and Monition. -
The President of the United States of
Amerca To the Marshal of the Ca-
nal Zone
r1 GRIEINGS:
Whereas. a Libel in rem and In per-
aspam hath been file hin the United
Sites District Court for the District of
the Canal Zone. lBalboa Division, on the
8th day of April SO. by the above
named llbelants, against the M/V Sabri-
at, her engines, etc.. aMd the proceed
tjthe sale of the said M /V Sabrna. on
fborlit in the Regitry of thi Court,
asd Compaftia de NaXgecnd "Anne."
BA.. respondens. in 'a cause, civil and
ritime, for the reasons a caus in
lthe said libel mentioned, man, praying
the usual process or moni of the
s"M Court in that behalfto 1e made.
Sthat all persons ntreed in the
d M/T Sbl. her ine etc.. or
the proceeds from ae sale of aid M/T
Sabrlna. on den In the Registry of
u Ctits ma y',cited in general and
mcal a er the ri
You are therefore hertbycosnme ,d
to attach the said M/T Sabrins. hr en-
gie etc.. or the prae t" he
e thereof now on deposit In the Rs-
i of this Court. and to Ive due
notice to all persons ClafIaong the same.
or IMowlng or ha,-l ag Jn.mghr to my
why bthe said veel dshouM not be Coan-
dmpned and sold. that Mid elSMbe
and speer before the mid Court to b
hald.ln and for IheO D irt the
Fme. Balboa Divitsin thlreof. at tis
CrF1tea1e. AnUC. Canal R nMe. on So
a ay of Juone, Ia.. it 9 o'cloe k In
K7f9 e noon of lrt day. It it smne
be.a dar of ]JrnlaetiUn. offihfit s on
the niet my of jurlectlon thereaterw ,
eand there t a claim ar
th"Inme and to make thelr alllelfis
In that balalf. And we do further ae-
oower. mnd strictlv trwe and Cem-
immd you. the aid Marshal. tht vat
rite a *d. no-lh th qi rWA qdu
eCmvnOIA de N*vpaeam "Anne. ILA..
Sowrparie IC* it Id l" be feedI
wour .lSxstrc. tt It be *A bem"m 1
ite Oi %M a u'rt m n UMb SBa at
AHi. 10%I. at 5 Ii'lek t IwFamke
of. tlht daw. If the umpe s11 be q day
fay of m-1wiledu. at t he l4eIt COW-
at Iu ndirtiotn. ae Dia, Oaurt-
*A non epyi*aoq c' wI' nt-
PMeeto Sn a' Me in M -th



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Ask for: ED ABBOTT andhe will Guarantee
you the Best Used Car Deal, During
Colpan's Huge May Sale

REMEMBER!

Poring f Jy we won't A unwgerwul
-' A .* 'i, .''

1951 LINCOLN CLUB COUPE. Luxuy .at
a price you can .fpord. BrfllainiCTs
quoise Finish. lpWlie ati.or. Ia-.
dio, WiS/W, automaic traiitc n ion.'
Full Price $IQ93.00.


1951 BUICK SUPER 4-DOOR RIVIERA
SEDAN. Equipped with Radio, four
new tubeless tires, factory installed
i seat covers. See this bargain today .
Full Price $895.00.


.1951 CHRYSLER CONVERTIBLE
COUPE. The popular isk cylinder
model. Fully equipped and ready to
I go. Full Price $895.00.


1952 MG CONVERTIBLE COUPE. an
ideal second car for any family..
$875.00.


1953 CHEVROLET STYLINE DLtJ
DOOR SEDAN. Glistering Black
Paint. Many uWmny extras including
Power GHlde New Tire& Seat Covy
ers. FqlI Price $1350.00.


1952 OLDSMOBILE FORDOR DeLUXE
88. Spoless condition throughout.
Perfect mechanical condition.
I Full Price $1275.00.

1953 FORD FORDOR CUSTOM. Radio,
Perfect Light Grey Finish. New Tires
L All extras. Full Price $1150.00.



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SBAThl TAXI" A Rench Picture for Adults Only!
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Ho.- Ia, a arold '. Gen.Na
-,than F. Twi*g IdP Poe chief
i w _of staff..
Symington slid tlMAir Forcee
has -done smethibg practical in
j. -' "1 reeogntion of the ftact that Soviet
.air stregth is conuderably great-
I M ;e er than had bow lhoigbt In the
TO' -, +g past.
.. "It is obvious noV with the
S, .J .- -- '. I :; :' ,4' -WASHINGTON,2 M LF p v ies bbegSoviet possessinglong range,
* :flI Imdtsraon.VIN-: Ho-rY-e "p ., .Because worec.rI discosue. io'_,, ,,.,_.t.. .bombs, and thotsn ts of light jet
wowd's uadlw n *' jam"sm e .aAmic Kil. etb Htd 'e .o daF 'Lou i-2 jtIo-b nt-.... ,of fbomberstand fighters that the se-I
Von" n oel..1 X yw.Now t to work tm a bain..I' s by about.3 5per cent to cu 1r h4 ..duction linsb t .filIs .curitY Of the United States- is in
ts a sequl t eage of the baet tat I make my career on Raseal's growing airpow erhal- I should beinto an unpreedented position," Sym-
Creature,"- 1 was 'a'. bequl to my w Le ... .e Operation with orce inton said.
.he Cr r From the. Black --- .. The sarp production step up unl this summer. Sm,,nou exnressd h. the
L ramoa "' T to V A Broadway adm movie classic, was revealed by top Air Force of- .t pressed hopethe
is were a cinch Dinner At Eight," lauhes a final who gave the Senate Armed S. Stuart Syminton (D-Mo. administration will end the"con
t see a seouel to ihe Be one bou livTV show. "Frut Servces Comnilttee secret brief- and other Senate Democrats r ised uon and "sagrments" with-
Zue to the seqe titled ow r, rm- -lu g on whether this country In the issue of wbethqr thcous 's in the Defense Department over
reture Takes a Wife." woo. J 1. Pat 0' Men p d;alger of losing air supremacy t plane pgram is sufficient after Soviet air power.
I der i-f. there will be a base- the Wallace Beery' role ith ary pasia. several flights of radically new.
ball- to "LThe Strike" Y'ou Beth Hughes in the late Jean Red planes were observed over He said it also .shold "be more
. SkeThree, YoureOu." Harlow's part. I Committee Chairman Rchard Moscow, including t bombers candid with theAmerian people ,,,..
>, Sile ,]f Fletcher Marke Will p ird a c B. Aussell (D-Ga.) declared similar to the B- 52.ar- .el U., ea avluat. .s for-
o i zao sa hs agreed on i.nd direct the sef.s, wH iehProl-i. that Congre is ready to vote &by -.. .. l in about U. S. n d Russilan
In db T Show. IsS to be the mbgt disi au, ybellfugg teI ,Frce- sry .o re ; Word ot ,he Inertl r bBe2 in, e

The IIberace tribe, Holly Mark Stevens; once hero every iIr
D cn s umi fe ." bi'g,"ger MI I i al tbeu isn
'atch ei.s tfumingMo .er repo. week as TV's Martilv ane, plays Stennis said. lh does not believe
.about to remas" t'rnth i na detective who turns out to be a Russia has "ny cear air super-
I abl.u. to rea .s -+ Re-. master criminal In "Timetable-," aIx W iority over us." 'But he said the
STilat, toey ofte_ Ed rd .G- Ro-first movie for his own independent .. i LVUIIUl nation is faced with "a situation
insonmustnbe on thin i.ce. He's film company.A I se where Russia could rapidly be-
nsonS must be o m ice. es SNAIf AMPSt ..A $_M6GGOLr come superior to us."
getting his passport ino o But he isn't worried about what WAY THROLUOH LIFS.
a Eu r o 0pean vacation w his fans ihay think. The B-52 is just beginning to roll
Gladys I think they'll like it," he told off the production line at the Boe.
SLarri o mas, one f thdolls me. "The bhl-est movie ht I eVer ing plant at Seattle, Wash. A sec-
In "Guys and olls" admits it's had was 'Jack Slade.' I killed 15 o ond line i being opened at Wi-
S roman ce with John pople, and It made a million chita, Kan.
ILLVi -Itat.. Cr. Direv" .as: well-s.stanlng in
!ro e..... h, __ o rne? the filum,; rk-disagrees with the
inne I S:i favo of tre L a tr Hollywood theory that actors can't .:
"I'm in favor of it," Larr toldirect themselves. As he sees it: ',w, eI-d
. 0e m hs o ot's ible if you can be co ,m-
hnL y ..But r'm no t s.re pletely obective. And I'm an o- v ,041BRICSLB
he has i deflniton a nd t ye l not am IMPdS Sunday: Family Dance
about marflage. s hiding if you are reading the lines B e
Gary flexing ri mu-right. If you say them honestly Bufft Starting t p.m.
cs for a-c h wth Jane you can't say them wrong."
after she w.windo tpas'Caf ., Two 'ew York TV graduates
bles's heart- ,in-"The.Talli Me. King alder-and Felici"-Fill+,
..neY..erYg, Fi, _,pl s a- have b~g roles InIMark's film. Cal-
der played the.police .lieutenant
sion" for Allied AJstis, for two and a hblyears on "Kan ..
haired wife JdBetty Furness." But In "Tinmeta. -i
nixed thje role opposite the bleM,"a he's the leading lady.
public. Peter L;word's headed for the;
Juke boxes with the "Swingin'
With Rhythm and Blues" number
he warbled on the Jimmy Durante
TV show ,. Movie and telefilm
actor Doug -Evans, and his Doris1 6I4 M N
have 'dated the stork ,for Thans-,His 5-M" XI__ ,
.0W Igiving time.". .."- ". .


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e:;.am'esthe entries tiat brought him two Grand Champion
SNvy.ards in the 18th annual Westein Tennessee Strawberry Festi-
Sy "at Humbolit, Tenn. The 17-year-old Future Fartmers of
Ame.,c, mcmbei cLIpeled with older, more experienced growers,
including his parents.
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Salvation Army
o Hold' Annual
SDayW4hGod'
. On Decoraflen '3ay. May 30,
the SalvatMen Army will hold Its
annual "Day with God" series
of meetings, with Salvationists
f rm the Pacific and Atlantic
sides uniting in Colon for the
occasion.
The meetings will be under
the leadership of Capt. and Mrs.
B. W. Ho4pon (sectional offi-
cers) who will be supported by
corps offleers of the Panama
Sand Canal Zone area.
There will be three sessions
As follows: 10:45 a.m.- Colon
3rd Street Hall. 3:00 p.m -Colon
Central Hall, 14th Streeti. 7:00
p.m.-Colon Central Hall.
Representative speakers will
give topical talks on subjects
bearing on the day's theme:
"Prayer," and Salvation Army
bands and songsters brigades
will furnish appropriate music.

NY State Goes In
For Tree Planting
ITHACA, N Y. (UP) Soil
ennservdtion districts in New York
state will plant more than 15,000,-
(0ft trees in New York state this
;pring.
The state ; conservation depart-
irent wiirscries produce the trees
and sell them to landowners at
prices s isngins, from $2 to $4 per
thousand.
This %ear's production include
red pine. A.istnrian pine. Scotch
pine. white pine. Norway spruce,
white spruce larch and black
locust.

Beauty Tips

Before painting a wall. make it
as smooth as possible. Be fore
cleaning, fill hairline cracks with
ppackle and let it harden a day.
Then sandpaper the surface with
fine-grade sandpaper. Then clean
walls and ceiling.

Tf you're going to paint walls
that now have a high glosr paint
on them. wash the surfaces with
a solution of one tablespoon triso-
dium phosphate to one gallon of
warm water.
If the paint now on your walls
is needing nr loose, scrape the
peels off with a putty knife, other-
wise the new paint will flake off
in a short time.
Before applying new paint to
yTour walls, seal all the touched-
up areas with a coat of shellac
thinned with alcohol.
Results obtained by painting o-
ver wallpaper are not perfect, but
If you don't care you can s a v e
yourself a lot of trouble by doing
it, Test tit colorfasjtess of the
paper by. rubbing with a damp
cloth. It it's not colorfast, apply a
coat of thinned shellac and let it
dry three hours before painting.


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rw' THEATERS TONIGHT
Balboa 4:30, 6:15 7:50 DIABLO TS. 6:15 7:55
Arr fnPmmm IEIKE JONE and His
IH.< nmflnNwI j ^City Sli6kee in
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tTfiV "lI y lLACK D-. AKOTAS"


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GATVN 7:9
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MARGARITA 1:0" p.m.
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PARAISO, 6:15 8:00
"Operation Manhunt"


SANTA CtZ 6O15 7:25
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Everyone-does lip service to
posture as one of the most basic
aspects of feminine beauty. But
only *hen one sees a woman who
gives the impression of great
beauty .when she is merely grace-
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required a new headlight bulb. He orignal pam. ,
wrote lo the manufacturer and re- *A 1W7 Dodge coupe, ab 4
ceired the part.in two week. The n little wear. I.*iltn ij .-
maker would not accept payment. 000. It has original p itan
He aset the bulb as a it for La- weather interior.
her's appreciation of ht product. The fancieaf autO .ip w3iBj e
Since he was a teen-ager Lacer, said, is a 195rJagua.r.oad r. It
now a 35-year-old railroader, has represents an orliiaL oiveatment
had an. intense interest in auno-|ui &4,,ou ant has all Wtt Of qpew.
hiles. His home here is filled with 'cal gadgets.


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National Problem In US

CAIRO (UP) The United Aziz devotes a chapter to. the
States seems to be the only coun- American press: "It can be sald
try in the world where love is re- that American "neWspaper played
garded as a national problem. No an important role in bringing the,
.other people .n the world devote as United States out of ip isolaton
much time to the study of rela- and evoking American interest in
tions between man and woman as wortl affairs."
the American! do." Aziz says that. he wedlt to the
This ih one of the impressions United States with the precon.
which George Aziz, foreign editor ccived idea that materials per-
and columns. of the leading Egyp meated all walks of life there be-
tian newspaper Al-Ahram. brought cause of over industrialization, and
back from a 10-week tour of the that Americans were 'ruled by thq
United-States. dollar." But he found out that this
was wrong.


Mature means. Aziz has recorded his Impres-
postre meansons in a book "America The
"Walk as'teugh you were House of Goa." (Goa is a leg-
beautiful," says a- dance teacher cndary comic sheikh in Arab folk-
"CtAltvate the graceful move. lore whose house is a labyrinth
ments of nature,' advises anoth- where one loses one's way)
er beautician. Aziz says Americans tend to be-
er'eve that the dea of love should
But whatever the catchword, it be "sold like and commodity" be-
means taking stock of your pres- cause they think that love is
ent posture and acting to im- 's thing whih everybody ought
prove it. to have." The majority of Ameri-
"Turtle neck" is a prime pos- cans, he say., marry for love and
tlure dificulty.many women nev- almost all their songs are about
er realize they do this, for it's love.
hard tolook sideways into a mir. Contrary to the impression for.
hard tloo idewy into m igners et rom American films
and publications about Hollywood,
"Turtle aeck," is leading with ziz notes, most American worn-
the head. e m- a omaa with en are brunettes not blondes, and
this fault wIlks, her chin, is lead- most of their.men prefer them that
aing iniead of her dhestf: way. They a t also shapely enough
A simaple i medy is to walk as to attract Orientals, he says.
though the entire body were sum- Aziz stresses the "magnitude
pended from a string attached to and diversity of life in the-United
the top of the head. This puls the States. What strikes him most
head up and in lifts the rib cage about th a e American characteren-
out. of the abdomen and moves elally is an optimistic outlook up.
the pelvic girdle to its proper lo. Dn le. &a extrovert nature, a spir-
catiaw for walking. it of free competition and friend-
If you're not sure what your 'mess towards foreigners.
posture, fault is, let someone in Washington. Aziz thinks. is an
the family take a picture of you "odd city. Although it is the cap-
in your "comfortable" stance., ital of the greatest democracy, he
You'll find out, much to your dis- explains, its inhabitants do not
may, what needs to be done. have the right to vote, and al-
though it is the capital of the big-
Rest industrial eo try in.the
World, it* veas e w factories
PAIR IN BAC and the tempO of lift, it is com-
.| |paratively slow. Another surpris-
SI ing thing about Waaington, Aiz
.aim k d a says, fthatt lt -as 1 women for
NUEERVOU I every eight men.
SF W | I I E U The writer discusses some as.
E pets of eriaen domestic poll-
t"is and '" *icy.
"The'.Commuiss would be mak-
II~ Al ing a big mistake if they believe
M tbey can bring about an upheaval
WwO64 anda S Tb < Wor a 3venleboU in Aqerica," be
'park "d lGu often a put a writes. "Coiditions webeb bread
m revolto not existtere ...There
Up RMSehta a i teot or reom tendencies
andthere e no subversive activi-
a ns o tiess to llk of. The -mson is that
E w. Tourb dwid fua social justice prevails every-
where."
KM .', S s wwa m Another reason, Aziz adds is
m A n mdeB Md t ir that "capital has become the slave
tma ot on.s S of the community and not its mas-
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in working hard and :seeking the
highest possible material profit,
Aziz says, "is his keen desire' to
raise his living standards and IJd
lead a comfortable aid rWsperoog
life."
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WHEEL-CHAIR NEWS-An aid to tme mu u. y,iype oz
patients, who can. use only their necks and .tIo-
trically powered wheel chair demonstrated in l, lvtw
Ed Tilden Adkins holds the complicated con k t0 con-
trols are operated by the "patient" with a stick ar ateutl ,
while forward and reverse contros are manlpu ouClin
an extended stick (arrow) with her nose. Thp. l 'ei- used-
here by model Mrs. Barbara Pollard, can carry a: portable respi-
rator. Adkins made the chair from discarded .alUrfme partu..


IKE CITED FOR SERVICE--Pmident tenhower Isa reetted
with a citation "(for his humanitarian service to, and inspMrin
support of, America's Cerebral Palsied ." Presentation was mie s
in Washington. D. C., by Leonard H. oldaenso. chairman of the,
board of directors of United Cereb y, icY ter, and lRger ,,
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I Ri Ablu, Amelean Evening" ahnooal of Ohe Canal Eons,. Hugh
I n the wl be the theme for the family. Adm 'wil he aeseeme mlt
9 a u, Cunrcb en Sunday May 2th at hl lomIr tu8dents and grit i
'A m e hat of p.m. A covered dish dinner will untee of La Boca High Sac ioli
hIA, 0 msBt was reported be followed by colored slide. and and Junior college. They hatoe ii
p a~ ~ er 4ameuttl other entertainment planned by beenan-ainlng together as a groups ii
d t n0ay, te U thue Chairmen, Mr. and Mrs.F. for. over five years.
tM *Vtti -' e % pfled of W.. M.tamn. congregation The program as open to alt i i []
* f n 9m whth g r e w ad 1 esas are corauy revited. miltry personnel and resident Ii i

tedomI aid. eouiao be adnmum n Aa lemaruns m Dimmer _- IdIii^ I
tere The 49 ual Journalism Dineroi
A was hl May 2, at the Albrookl 1 i "
a ewlvea a rbs, w. Officers' Club, at 7 o'floek. i
C B to se ith us The ban uet committee wl as
re" t o rda g A l d i an e h tap e bal u e enor a n it s
he r and Let tae D as 14 ar.Over u el issue

Sth ee qmMt filOnLi Noe of e tar and Terald. OKYO, May 27 (UP) -The a- i
over s a e Mr Honori guests were Mr. adnd panese ovenrment threatened to- '
Sn MrdS. igurd Easer, Mr. and Mrs. day to d s solve thie Det unless the i
Sunera r a. tens have Theo F. Hotz, Mr. and Mrs. Ha- oppesltion party agrees to tnh i i .
beon CtT mplte e body to reid llerten Mr. and Mrs. E. W. year's delayed budget
be t"ah ao t. aull' our th Hat ett Mr. and. Mrs. u r Chef Cbinet Secretary Ryus i
s. .. e .. Mi e Mary kqn, Miss Hazel roe Nemotim lied that a ai _
in &I. ua b d Me..at p. Matth e s, and C. Aderon. -mep- di ssn.on would a
Bjrta wil le wil e eeted in Pue- avA ab1 if the opposition LiberC
b Nuee eTe pab walournaalmD Party insisted on a revision of
Murvc te' dc 9i b ehl yhr t epun ou n the 1 5 fseal budget bill. A DOL-h n m f tad
tlayrvmvor, Boaer l,,and, s sM He told newsmen that the Hata A LIVIN'I DOLL-Th l b ond short iof the graduating lass at
*Jae "at e" eat, broth- ea d L H a yam l overnet would have to laborne countyy Hig baa In Tazewell, Tenn. are Bill Yoakum
Ter Ift0a and Israel Braithnd Lake a saraven decision if the alnd Joan Hayes. ofill U 6 feet four inches, whi h is not un-
w e; two daughters Alm i and ld Liberals continued to insist oen uaul, but Joan stand en y 32 inches high. She's r.ot short on
Mabel; three seniya. Mndolpih their demands that the 9,9631,- blraen, however, as sbtp rnkg amongthe top ten student qf her
Joshua, and Jamres E. Jr., andi AIo Judgea SclU 000,000 teyen aboutt p,780,000,0 0 o elames and is a member of the Beta lub, national honor society.
one granddaughter. A budget ne revised. ... XLSIV NA PHOTO.
t 'OS ANGELES. May 27 a UPH Political observers generally in. -,-ay27,U.)-T
Beverly Nina OsMa. aendp et nmetht" rav ede to
Plans Completed hone 44 wonn g. anedli dioru .io n oi To
F r S e with her 14th husband, Gabrsel Id Meanwhile, erift between the
been eAvror.b ftera ud coe and ber pemar ties, d Jungle Com munication Problem
the bride t hte d "s -forthebodyto

D e -C 4 O luctance" in performing the mar- widened as they made it clear
,ta 9 Cru M's ...S.erio Jud. .ur..tt W lf so n to eath other on the vit al budget
b rmage ceremony. they would make o once sions
I spta sad h ch er he d natructor personnel et the 33d der in part On receiving the or.
dance o Mo day at the to perform the ceremony the ou t hnfantry regi went's Jungle. Wa- der, Lt. John oE. Williamso, bat-
Santa Z le e aCenter. le probably would go to L a g ven m Antw fare Tralnipg Center aCreou.esenOh- taon com*anzwl ato.as efficer, be-
w ibealegntu to i t on as usre! v i ung a sel es of cowstanication a l show igh. :o h-irke to compra
...u.e. dance will be "My short experience on the Warrnt problems to personnel of thp See-. y command poss.

Sp. sld result from Nevada marnages," The uit is in the Cantal Zon reached Williamson, wilo acted as
S andJms .J Af the judge scaid. r.a. 0 ... L. faor exercise "Jungle Jim.b W battalion commander for the prob.
eB A atoe rhs of Colon ".On her application for ma"a .os Top in the list of commupica- len directing him to prepare his
y is e xh rp. Mdally.,tat ~wpldk O I w fUP lon classes wa a rent 2 onit for an11 a.m attack.
For Sportwo Avery, 44, after ajudgeOscolY Uded .D emcotleradne includept c reaee
t-.- O al n%-r orn a.s. e n hseond the number sinner Jeanette MacDonald,. want- work for company ad atta o Different situations, such as an-
e na"mso li a- e al' o e', of marriages, she changed I t e ed in New York on an arrest war- wire and radio teams. bushes, counter attacks and in-
peeto e the dance. Figure o 13. rant concerning vonlatin of the ommu- filtration patrols, wre used to
Sty housing c said today s he Gondewted by Lt. Joseph Wa- harass the training unit and to
I 4,_I. _--ctnsisdered the whyle problem the siak, 33d Infantry communication test its' communications u nd e r
responsibility of the property an- officer d C tor the unle combat conditions.
leted I i nt s ue. tvetatipersonne l ateteu33l ra d er in p On r| vgho
agepent i.h that operates a Newt problem tested efficiency and a- Air borne fommun nations will
B 5IYork rooming house for herH lertness of the airborne unit. I be tested f rather in the fourth
^Miss MaCeDnoald said, she weL Starting with a one-hour e c- and fifth weeks of training when
"shocked and surprised" to read ture, Wasiak, assisted by Lt. Cifn- the unit embarks on full s c a I e
Musc w new will stoiesih aotetp theneontth inomesntor i1soel a warni u or m and\ (V
news stories -bout the warrant ford Landry, regimental comtu- company and battalion level prob-
which wa* imated after .he fas.il nications platoon leader, explained lems.
to appear three times for hearings the effect of the jungle on radio
onli aiiged violations of the hls- and wire communicatins. -, ow in the third week of train-
eing code at the rooming house. ing, the bq ttalion will complete
"1 had o knowledge whatuo-, Weather, vegetation and the cycle June 12 and return to
er of a summons," she said, .'cr-Wrain,t the instructor explained, Fort Campbell, Kr., 's permanent
thinly of no pos tpoaed oarnigs. "wiUl double your communications station.
Obviously I would respond t aye problems. Weather will increaseI
proper egal Othece. maintenance problems, reduce life ..L. .
The singer said she h a d expectancy of batteries, I o wer
plans to go to New York utmeass human efficiency, create fungus
she received iuh a noativoe, and 'short' communication c it- r-*AaaAaw i
She said the roomrng heotwet ,t un I cus rh
SM property came to her as pFrt ofST 'WWaifr aMgw
mot herd andts uatmed "store trena i nceasing your realiafce un flla ao cit
.ws 'sut over to a ut ew o th kron wire a ndr m, ressa e v a angers. eam+ -..b l v-
firm abeut ar year aeso.re I "The lack of roads hi the jungle rd ia 1O .f I
Any problems ctenetee with will cause you to rely more ons ina li II
t would .be their responsib lity," carrying partie than vehicles toW. i. AnU iwe l I
she said. transport equipmept."
The c as sroop phase competed. ,)
Re sister Admits the itructo, issu,,ed a waro;nn or
911 had* so k whots "der which alter ted the ta th An ter-
S. Wia Of Roberts o"ni, up t for the scheduled prob-
To Probate ."Move to al defensive position
and install complete wire and ra-
WEST CIjESTER. Pa.. May 27 die nets. .." read the warning or-
Se ( UP)-The will of Owen .J.Rob
ers, former jaitise of the U. s. -
ASupreIe Court, was admitted to a th
was*. mor probate at the heter County RE CO D 1 U
,dated in February 3 Big Shipments
p1954, disposed oft an estate valu-
ted in prtellm e atems at spLUM A UfAUs IuI

mot at hia estate near P e ?sr00,icesn orrlac
Svilre, Pa., day 1' Mortillr e Cook 2.* Ifa w
The chief benefioaardea ja the Ipc *Liington
will are his widow, the former Epic Livingston
Uuheth, f id lhdwlls hR e lo Westminster Angelo

I" ez9 daughter,'Mrn. Eldlrbeth Reb. HI-FIDELITY t4QuNO G-OROM'iU
ebtf H atitton. Named as rest- 6 alis
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r a a o naual beauty of two-Pthirds of bten estate an 45th St. No.3
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S ioarrow are scheduled to resume their feud in the
featured $650 one-mile race at the Juan Franco
track.
Last Saturday these two classy Ing Escorial ten pounds 122
u hbreds staged a thrilling to 112.
mestretch battle in which Pos- The race. however, is no two-
ovich now racing to the best horse affair. Monte Rouge, an
of is local career, emerged impressive winner his last time
victor by one length. How- out; Guayaquil, victor in his last
er, many weri of the pinWn two; and rack record holder
at' Escorlal was the vicIm of Fol are also included in the field.
bad ride. Any of this formidable trio could
capture the major share of the
Guillermo Sanchez replaces winner's purse.
Incepcln Ruiz aboard the Luls Cristian Rebolledo will be In
elrrugia trained Chilean Fol's saddle, Aurelio Mena will
Ie. ort, ut Hidalffgo ls ride Monte Rouge and Ruben
n slated to handle Pstino- "Caliche" Vasquez has the leg up
chs reins.late In their firstmeet- on Guayaquil,
I-n, Escor al toted two pounds Kiosco (Segundo Carvajal) and
inre, than Potinoich. Thipo s Fan (Andres Gonzalez) round
/ Posatinovih wll be al. w- out the seven-horse field. These
will be allow- latter two will be the outsiders
I-. d "in the expected thriller.
,'. partner Gets Ten other prospective humdln-
S.... gram. In one of 'them, the $650
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SKANSAS CITY, Mo. (NEA- By CONRADO


William Pesmer drove to within
15 yards of the green on a 280-
yard Oakwood golf course hole,
Sa fine shot.
His partner, Ernest Piser, hit
a..i tee shot that scored a direct hit
:-o Pesmer's ball and knocked it
.'into the cup producing a double
>.,-'eagle on the par 4 hole.
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1-My Dear
2-Petite
3-Elenita (e)
4-Rabiblanco Jo
5-Rablblanco
6-Courtly Prince
7-Pompillo
8-Noveno
9-Quematodos
10-Postinovich
11-Jal Alal


Esqulado'.
Tampol
Tap Lady
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Fil6n
Tempestad
Lazy Brook
Greco
Regal Bliss
Escorial
Camar6n


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By AL McCLANE
Fishng Editor


-IT'S A good idea to have a few
spinners in your kit this summer
as they can be used for very kind
of freshwater fish.
A spinner is at its best in big
streams and heavy water and is
usually fished across and down-
stream.
Any spinner generally is most -
effective when the blade is turn-
in slowly. There are exceptions
to this, of course. A man who
fishes his spinner slowly and
deep, however, nearly always
will take more fish than the man
who casts downstream and then
draws the spinner rapidly back
against the current.
In order to achieve the proper making this arc across the cur-
ith, cast quartering upstream rent below the angler.
allow the spinner to drift on At the conclusion of the down-
eck line until you think it has stream arc it often is successful
deep enough. Then tighten to feed slack and let the current
line and allow itt o swing carry, the spinner downstream for
d below you in an arc. 30 or 40 feet. You should manip-
the current is very fast, it late your rod so that the spinm-
y be necessary to feed more ner is alternately revolving and
to prevent the spinner from fluttering back.
Ig to the surface, and. it the Allowing the spinner to drop
ent is very slow, you may back between periods of reeling
ve to draw in line as the spin- will keep it much deeper than if
a Is swinging around, to keep it were pulled directly in, and
it from hanging up on the bot- many fish will strike either as
tom. the spinper is falling back or as
The majority of strikes on a It is starting forward after doing
spinner will come as the lure is so.


Juan Franco Graded Entries


PJP. Horm


1st Race "H" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse 400.00
First Race of the Double


O0Ds
Pool Closes 12:45


1-My Dear V. Castillo 113 -Form indicates
2-- qulador R. Vasques 112 -Poor effort in last
3-Coronelino J. 06ngora 113 -Bates good chance
4-Another Fulmar
R. Cristian 112 --Serious effort here
5-Paris Midi H. Ruiz 108 -Could score also
6-Firenze S. Carvajal 102x-Doesn't seem likely
7-Choice Brand -Lightweight could help.
A. Gonzalez 97x


2nd. Race "B & C" Natives 6% F.Purse $350.00
Second Race of the Double


3-1
3-1
15-1
10-1


Pool Closes 1:15


1-Golden Bound -Distance suits style 4-1
R. Visquez 113
2-Petite G. Sinchez 112 -Interfered with in last 3-1
3-Ika A. Gonzalez 105x-Racing to top form 2-1
4-Fru Fru R. Cristian 108 -Has strongest finish 3-2
5-Tampol F. Hidalgo 108 -Hard to beat here 2-1
6-Black Gold J. Phillips 110 -Usually moves late 8-1

3rd. Race "H" Natives 7 Fg.Pu se 1275.00 Pool Closes 1:45
ONE TWO


I-Tap Lady F. Hidalgo
2-Conquistador C. Iglesias
3-Tufra G. Graell
4-Mufieco J. G6ngora
5-Don Pitin E. Ortega
6-(Okiland R. VAsquez
7-(Elenlta V. Ortega


117 -Distance to liking
108 -Showing Improvement
120 -Returns from layoff
118 -Could score a price
106 -Aiming for payoff
115 -Nice effort In last
113 -Last was revealing


3-2
3-1
10-1
5-1
5-1
3-2:
3-2


4th Race "G" Natives 41' Fg.Purse 275.00 Pool Closes 2:30
Q UIN I E L A
1-Sirena A. Gonzalez 100x-Distance handicaps 10-1
2-Consentida A. Mena 108 -Rates good chance 3-1
3-Jos6 de la Cruz
R. Vasquez 116 -Improving steadily 2-1
4-Tllin Tilin S. Carvajal 103x-Poor recent races 15-1
5-Rcdondita F. Rose 118 -Reportedly improved 3-2
6-Takeawyp F. Hidalgo 103 -Quit badly in last 2-1
7-Golden Glass H. Ruiz 108 -Dangerous contender 3-1

5th Race "D" Natives I MilePurse 5300.00 Pool Closes 2:55


1-Rabiblanco
2-Fil6n
3-Valaria
4-Metto


L. Giraldo 117 -Long overdue
J. Phillips 106 -Could go all the way
R. Ruiz 115 -Will fight it out
A. Gonzalez 110x-Dangerous at distance


6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fp.Purse 1400.00
First Race of the Double


1-Floreno J. Phillips 108
2-Dainty Duchess
A. Valdlvia 115
3-Marlanina 0. SAnchez 110
4-Tempestad R. VAsquez 110
5-Pale Face E. Gastell 108
6-Courtly Prince F. Hidalgo 105
7-Distingo C. Lino 112


Even
3-1
3-2
2-1


Pool Closes 3:3


-Nothing to recommend
-Returns from layoff
-Will fight it out
-Ran well last time
-Jockey makes debut
-Should score off last
-Not ready yet


30-1
10-1
3-1
2-1
8-1
Even
15-1


th Race "G" Imported 7 Fgs.Purse 450.00 Pool Closes 4:05
Second Race of the Double


1-Cruzada R. VAsquez 112 -Racing to best form
2-Ciprodal A. Mena R. 109x -Should be close up
3-Turf Lodge R. O6mez 118 -Returns from layoff
4-Pompilio R. Cristlan 108 -Should score off last
5-Lazy Brook V. Castillo 115 -Seeks third straight
6-Oranero C. Ruiz 115 --Lonshot specialist
7--Crown Pearl A. Oonzalez 107x-Muit improve plenty
8-Discovery J. 06ngora 110 -Dangerous in mud


3-1
3 *1
10-1
3-2
3-2
15-1
30-1
3-1


8th Race "F" Imported 6% Fgs. Parse 500.00 Pool Closes 4:40
QUINIELA


1-'Greco G. Sanchez 113 -Distance suits style
2--Beduino A. Reyes 102x-Could be runnerup
3-Cormorant F. Hildago 103 -Poor recent efforts
4-Amat A. Gonzalez 100x-Rates fair chance
5--Pinino E. Gastell 103 -Depends on rider
6-Devonshire Club E. Pita 110 -Would pay nice odds
7-Noveno C. Ruiz 118 -Distance only handicap
8-Nogalino R. Cristian 118 -Excluded from betting


2-1
5-1
10-1
4-1
3-1
15-1
Even
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9th Race "D" Imported 1 MilePurse $00.00 Pool Closes 5:15
ONE TWO


1 -Quematodos
2-Chisneante
3-Regal Bliss
4-Bright Blade
5-Dark Sunset
8-Ooyonder
7-Supersun


R. Cristian 115 -Better each time out
R. Vasquez 112 -Back in best form
J. Phillips 110 -Will fight it our
II
L. Giraldo 115 -Unknown Quantity
E. Corcho 112x -Runs well for Corcho
J. Avila 118 -Distance to liking
F. Hidalgo 105 -Ran well in return


10-1
8-1
3-1
4-1


10th Race "C" Imported 1 MllePurse $650.00 Pool Closes 5:40


1-Kiosco 8. Carvaj al
2-Fan A. Gonzalez
3-Fol R. Cristian
4-Monte Rouge A. Meno
5-Guayaouil R. V4squez
6-Escorial 0. SAnchez
7-Postinovich F. Hidalgo


102x-Seems off form
105x-Distance handicaps
115 -Will fight it out
110 -Stout-hearted racer
113 -Has strong finish
112 -Hard to beat here
122 -Racing to best form


25-1
30-1
3-1
3-1
2-1
2-1
3-1


11th Race "H" Natives 86 Fgs.Purse $275.00 Pool Closes ........


1-Camar6n
2-Candelaria
3-Avivato
4-Villarreal
5-Jai Alai
6-Sin Igual


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0. SAnchez 116 -Ran well last week
V. Rodriguez 112x-Rider handicaps
M. Hurley 118 -Distance suits style
8. Carvajal 107 -Should be close up
F. Roose 116 -Should beat these
A. Gonzales 97x-Nothing to indicate


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Merriwether, the reigning
"Miss America," poses before
taking a pro-season swim at
Atlantic City, NJ. Though a
native Cifornhan, lovely Lee
Ann says the Atlantic coast is as
nice as the Pacific coast, and it
certainly is when she's around.


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Written for NEA Service


* EVERYBODY is ina debate a-
bout outfield catches these days.
Well, you won't get me into it,
except that, as far as Duke Snid-
er is concerned, he'll have togo
some to make another grab like
he did on Memorial Day last sea-
son.
It was at Connie Mack Stadium
in Philadelphia. The game was
in the 12th inning and the Phil.
lies had the bases loaded against
Clem Labine, who, protecting the
Dodgers' 54 lead, had two men
out. I
Jones caught one of Labine's
pitches and gave it a real ride.
It looked like a sure hit-A deep
blast to left center field. They
tell pe Jackie .Robinson, who
was in our dugout looked at the
ball and st tied down the steps
to the dressing room. It didn't
look good for our side.
But I took off, my back to the
plate, and pretty soon the wall
was in front of me. I didn't have
any room, but the ball wasn't
stopping-so neither did I.
I gave it that crab motion as
I went into the fence. You know,
keeping my legs wide and sort of
climbing up the wall. I stuck
up my glove-and we won.


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Rowes Wrens .6 4
Dep. Giscombe .10 0
Ram6n Mendes .2....8...
Estrellitas ......0 10


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Judith Kirton
(Ols) ......30 14
Roberto Dele6n
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SilUlV Webster
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Art -4-Edi th
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By !AlRY GRAYSON
NEW YORK (NSA). The most
niounding thing aout the New
fork boxmg investigation was the
ocksureness of the little group
if managers that ns been run-
ning the game the past three or
oul" years.
o certain were they of their
trengta through close alia n c e
wan me Ipternational Boxing Club
monopoly 'tnat me leaders ueiiea
,nairman Julius Helfand of the
hew York aoag ,tommiss i o n.
1ney refused to testily, aecuned
o prouuce records.
ans smugness of the corrupt
lement couroading tue Iniernd-
ionai Boxing Managers' build
vas iuruLer stressed oy the iact
hat tasy ran toe risk of toe ail-
ut pro e Just to freeze ou. one
igher- Vince Martinez, thiro-
ranking weALerweigiAi. m arminez,
you see, oelinitesy was out 01
work wuen ne ooke with his
manager, Bill Dazy, a ringleader
1 LUOe LrusL, aierL his cunLract
iad expired.
bo to boycott Martinez, who in
their eye was out o0 une because
ne chose to oe nancuea oy ms
father and brother, tIe handful
oL managers who dominate tie
business Drought on an minvestiga-
tion tnat may kil toe game in
iew Iora.
Helland was appointed by Gov.
Averill Harriman to rid prize
fighting ot toe criminal element,
and that is precisely what he in-
Lends to do. elehand was as-
sured of a tree hand when he
took the post. He has the repu-
tation of not pulling punches.
Unless be obtains drastic re-
sults, the former Brooklyn racket
buster will recommend that pro-
fessional boxing be suspended
until such time as it can come
back with its hands clean.
Gov. George M. Leader gave
boxing 90 days in Pennsylvania
as an aftermatch of the Harold
Johnson doping case. He easily
could have set a precedent for a
much longer sentence in New
York.
Cooperating with District At-
torney Frank Hogan, Helfand has
amassed a ton of evidence against
the boxing ring.
It shows that "the mob" made
unprotestiqW puppets of managers
who weren't "in." It has to do
with shakedowns, There is con-
tradictor' testimony by officials
of the IBC.
Frank Carbo and others with
criminal records are linked to
suspicious matches. The r e is
testimony that Carbo guaran-
teed Angel Lopez, manager of
Kid Gavilan, a return match with
Johnny Saxton after their fright-
ful exhibition in Philadelphia.
Hymie Wallman, a leading light
in the Guild,. testified that he had
known Carbo, mystery man of
the sour science, for 33 years.
Jim Norris and Willie Ketchum
admitted knowing him for 20.
All professed not to know what
he did for a living.
Asked to name the officials of
the IBC, ,Big Jim Norris had to
turn to his attorney, Truman Gib-
son.
Now Julius Helfand wants to
know just who is running boxing
... and why.


By BEANS REARDON
24 Years in National League *
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: With Richie As h-
burn on third and Mary Blaylock
on first base for the Phillies and
one out, Del Ennis lined to Carl
Furillo against the scoreboard in
right field. Ashburn tagged u p
and apparently scored, but when
Blaylock was doubled at first
base, the umpire ruled that the
run did not count. On the same
afternoon, with two out, Mickey
Mantle scored from second base
on Yogi Berra's single to center
field. The run counted although
Berra was out at second base
when the throw to the plate was
cut off. Why the difference?-Bill
McCormick.
Answer: Balylock was doubled
at first base before Ashburn
teuched the plate. Mantle reached
the plate before Berra was
tagged.


FIRST NIGHT GAME
Cincinnati (NFA) The first
night baseball game in the history
of the major leagues took place
at Crosley Field, Cincinnati, May
24, 165.,


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WATER KIPPER.-Terry Allen does 5 miles an hour on th
Hudson River, near Inwood, N.Y.,. on a new seven-by-four-too
plywood boat with a Mercury Mark 7 outboard motor. The on
operator is steered by shifting weight -S peed is regulated Ih
a hand throttle with surin safetv control


by


JOE WILLIAMS

SAN FRANCISCO. No telling what you'll find in. the Mon-
day note column for the next several weeks. Thus, it was a new
and agreeable experience for the tenderfoot froin Times Square
to receive freshly washed silver coins in change from the cashier
of a local hostelry. This, obviously, is one way to flout the phrase
"filthy lucre." Apparently there is no limit to the magic of Cal
ifornians. Mr. Al Corona reports in the news the* deelo)pmen
of another Esther Williams, whose statistical attributes (35-3045)
have just won her the lead in the Aqua Follies. Joanne Millin
is the local lassie's name, and Mr. Corona adds, artlessly, "she
saims. too."
C '. f.'I '

If anyone around Leone's should happen to ask you, Alca-
traz is Spanish for pelican, and Just-too-bad for hoods. Rocky
Marciano has studied pictures which show him belting Don Cock-
eH while the Englishman Is on the floor. "I gotta admit It makes
me look bad," he said over the phone. "Oh, yes, I knew he was
going down but I didn't know he had already reached the canvas.
Once you start a punch it's hard to stop itL But that's one punch
I sure wish I had never started."
*

HARD AS IT IS to check a punch In mid-journey, it never-
theless is not impossible, and if the champion is not to lose his
popularity altogether, this is a discipline he must attain and en-
force in all future fights. Overzealousness ceases to be a virtue
when it runs roughshod over rules and regulations. It is getting
popular to dust off some of Jack Dempsey's past sins by way of
justifying Marciano's uninhibited technique, a. form of red-her-
ring logic that smacks of the alibi, even if that's:not the inten-
tion.

As a matter of fact, now that Dempsey has been lugged into
this controversy by his heels, I suggest that Marelano and his
handlers take a look at the film of the old Manassa Mauler's
first fight with Gene Tunney. They'll see a flash of action in
the fourth round which pioves a punch can be checked. They'll
see Dempsey bang Tunney into the ropes with a left, start a fol-
low up right, then recall it. Tunney appeared to be melting to
the floor as a result of the left, and had reached tp to take hold
of the top rope.
*
THIS WAS ONE of the few solid punches Demprey landed.
It was the only time he was ever in the fight, in the sense that
he had a change to win. There had been all sorts of rumors be-,
fore the fight, and the fact that Dempsey ignored such an in-
viting opportunity made it look as if the in-the-bag boys knew
what they were talking about. Dempsey later explained: "I
pulled back because I was afraid he'd be on one knee by the time
the punch landed, and I didn't want to blow the title on a foul,.
Dempsey was born 30 years too soon. Today anything goes, and
in fairness to both sides, the champion's fouls don't count.
S S
Two laborers emerged from the depths of a manhele on the
corner of a downtown street the other P.M., and Louis L4re well
known local, exclaimed: "Goodness me, I didn't know that Jaekle
Gleason show was in town rehearsing." It may be of lt erest to
the Maras to hear that their fugitive Giats linesman, AmIe
Weinmelster, collected $16,IM from the Vancouver otlb last sea-
son. Apparently there never was anything wratg wit~ the young
man that money couldn't cure.
S


IF YOU GO by the averages, there is no better pitcher in
the Pacific Coast League than Gene Bearden, who has a spot-
lers run of six straight for the San Fi-anciso Seals. At 91, hO
talks hopefully of getting another shot in the majors. "I've re-
gained control of my knuckler and that's all I need to win any-
where," he insists. Bearden out Cleveland in the '48 World Series
by beating the Red Sox in a playoff game. Another big league
discard, Ewell Blackwell, is also with the Seals. But "The Whip,"
as the old fastballer was called, has no illusions; he's Just trying
to hang on. In two starts he hasn't been able to last six In-
n in g s .* 0 0

They've geot everythhl out here, including blue gram, which
grows abundantly in Golden Gate Park. You can't tel It from
Kentucky blue grass, either. By that, I mean it looks Just as
green. Plans called r Grouecho Marx to be In a TV fear
which would be viewed here at 3 e'eleek in the afterees.
Groucbo protested: "Who weald see It? Everybody ea the C@ast
Is playing pole at that time of the day." "Casey At Th Bat" Is
to be re-enacted at rby Stockton June 1L LegeNd bs it that
John Patric OCak, who played with Stsftem hIn the 0 In-
spited the baseball op. And guess who's going to -ip.qsa
the mighty Came? Lefty El Goofo Gaes, who selao get M
than three or four hits a season with tee Tanks.
*
THE STABLE which sent Swaps out to wlina h Ke.a cky
Derbyin is g hot as a firecracker. Prat1 ay evyt the
owner-traMer combo of Rex Uswerth s apM1 1a31d
to the pt gallp0s. Two e m ie it lor b ~
Saturday aOd on, B a, I broke the w SlwafIf
furkon a i nbetmg.n .h -a Porterb w .d
drnt the Sacramento lawmakers a
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het^S g*he 2 from ChS whenSl thoe entry. Btlcae S ntshed fourth in a mark toddy.
3al "V L box closedfe r for Satur- mil 'iMce at almoral last Sat-
day's $1 ded Preakne rday t showed uc Jacob, who stands only five-
i..1 .1i ..Stakes at nimlloo. .r..m s that hin e m and wei ghs 150pond
SStIks, who hasn't won in Norma. reath, decided at season Thurday iSht and
as s i w. L- ix starts this wa eln- the minute to give him a stuck around long enough to
Si towrvia a eallcrackM at the Preakn. pick up hi. third ctory against
S. ... 14 from heone defeat. He took over for
Stories elee at & a.L. The Sle go-ownmrs said they starter Milladr eim In the se'-
33h.4 16 4 I Celtew,, L aUG. he I.lls War- enth with themometied 2-2, ad
at.lav111 OWNStable, da t lefo& m G h leading ride| b 5rhis mates shoved over two runs
owlSVW Wk al, 2.60 C= .7..1kt tto tbr horse in the In the bottom half of the -In-
tweM -in a 21.... O Batlmore' mInternalsmtional air- tripl seown e. aning for a 44- win over the first-
f i K i f^OJ ^ 8- so sa.h*omB standing up S... iw port. place Toronto Maple Leafs.
E 5wi i0 m0 0 A 0 Inthovictr Naa breed a half mile p alt ear, te orme marine,
S*ii COtl ,out aS lo. EWtRDA' RESUILT The other entries who will at- over the Pimllco strip yesterday pos ed a .1 earn""ed-rn-aver-
tls to pt to match strides wit h m In 51.4 second. Hewas age. He later was voted the
aw UPRu toh4sl meo --7 Innngs) Na u In theclassic are Tnaf- riddenee erce boy Bill M1- league's most valuable pitcher.
"Ir" ,, ,i m I= =(leU M m 000.-0 .8 1 fic Judge, Ieet TPath. Honey's Clea. Traffic Judge worked
( ad edl for 010002-4 0 Alibi, Saratoga, Nance's Lad, Go five furlongs in 1:0 awhile In other games, the icuse
& i m 1as MS.0 140 .00 o14haeraPFa upd Watington; Farll Ligh and Chuck Thompson. several other Preakness
0W0 6 0 e 003 006 0103 f TU9psLOf ODOM an tt.HiRBowan Act y, Nashua and traffic fuls merely galloped around the Virginians, 3-0, behind the two-
fi-e -p' _&&tO N ptcompareo cthekFJudgeawerelenteredlTuesday,atrncd. p go
J08 44), I1rj ak Smith D Pors e les, 2)and Ll- IM 000 gen OutreOf siO001006 a 0 ----
far. salary she* f to IV 002-5 11
Pollet .1-0) Grca, Iloss, Woutan 4- id practiee arps laeS e O00 100.000-1 5 41
__ )1a0d ReGrd Md.ridXmonth, ut every little bit, Nabeulch and s. 'ae; .
-a )" on B hurls. Owens and ,rautt, Hnemaft (7).
p0e0) .L0Newcombe, who hopes he'll $
S1.0" etwall that oJoney. bee, and H s 0100 204- 11
(2l-Iew "" 102 0boOp-8 uI then some, in the form of a Colubs 010 21010.-50 1.91
Suhe(ta 3t) Ramos, Stew- World Series' cut, enabled the Amor Powell (7)-. M ts (9)
1CIandSe(-0) hlAd 5.k d" ) OI 0. mttiDodgers to g* n1a" .JI'6; Trice, nglISorger
the 2 and ir six-a s lead over 7, er (9)ana man
ranging Cuba, who beat the WP-WolUe. P-Romberp. i FIRESTONE "500"
S( Seii e) cRi(l -O. -The PIRST TUBI.ESS TIME with NY -
.i~ 010 0400-590. 0S_ S i 5 1 The victory, turned in Vave Toronto 000 000 200-3 6 1
Mlwau'ee.110 000 gSa 0d0 11E0"-710 0 ran Howe Pollet, marked Rocheste r011 000i 30--4 7 0 91% STRONGERI
--- -------n and mar I te Bob K)-SP R P E OD EIN AGAINST BNO O
4 ) n[Weuler, Ko 12.0) and gme. Rookie Bob opeake qo- -(8), and d ret J- SUPER PROTECTION AGAINST WOPU
Burgess, Lendrith.Berra. Ue his .spiitefi hitting with (7) -lid urbl -.SUPER PROTECTION AIS PUN
a homer and a sIngle that Be-JacW LP--tk:l. SZWevSUPER TRATION THAT WON' SKID
Burdette (3-2). Johnspn, Joly Boston 000 000 000-0 4 0 counted for two of Chicago's.
and White, Crandall. Baltimore 100 000 0x-2 9 0 runs. Also see the
B Kely (0-1) Kinder nd White. Rookie.Marv Blaylook's lith.k -
(Becon game) Wilson (3.4) and Smith. ling double drove inR FIRESTONE DELUXE CHAMPION TUBELESS
Cincinnati Detroit eyfrom second bse an (FirstGame) withpatented"S TY NER"
at Postponed (Raip) at Postponed (Rai) gave the Philles a four-game Ch i rte- AILf.0. A.
Milwaukee Kansas City swap over the Giants, 3-L ob Carrasquel as ... 3 0 0 3 1 NO TUBE TO PINCH. T O SUDDENLY
..... .ller relieved starter Bob KuL; Fox, 2b........9.5 0 1 0 2 EXPLODE IF INJURY TO 1RE BODY OCCURS.
savacin the sixth, ptchedthree- River, rf, ....5 0 0 5 0
hAti rewalthrestofthhiec nd e sb .....3 0 1 0 0 FIRESTONE INTERAMERICA COMPANY
triumph. Horyt Wilhelm c third Ie, f .0.9...0 0 0 0 0 Automobile Row, Panama
SOlant pitcher, was the loeiir. co, lb ......: 0 0 Tels. 3-4563 3-4564
Cincinnati nipped Milwaukee, b ........0 0 3 0
5-4, in the first of two sohedul. a o.....2 1 2'1 2
To Hold Gymnastic Exhibition ... in t e.,
ed games but the nightcap wT wC f ........2 0 0 2 1
postponed because of rain. The ,A-Marshall, f .1. 0 2 0
Redlegs won the gamewithfour Harmhman, p .....2 70 0 0 2
runs in the fifth Inning, GusW
Bell sinClng home two ran Totals .........31 3 8 37 8
Stand Way P anotherr twTio.,'W I
Between Opening Night Games Ted 'u M ie becam the ma e- A. .I o. f'AABL WIT O RITITORBOUT A.
x* lea home run leader hn r so e.......4 0 1 [ *
ae- h blasted his l .IaOr-4 r "a. ...e..3.... 0 0 i
By TREVOR SIMONS 13- o, ._._ IZI',e :. ...' --.-.-,--
oaval Station vs Gibraltar m k.: 0
Wedneeu al n ,. June 1. Unisport vs Powell, The YaAe ,Inreaped Their r, .4 oI 0
when Glbi1ftar Lile and Naval JulyI 18- Amerlean Lea lead to 2.1-2 lb .....4 0o1vNaStn ge 2'bth
Station tk the floor at MSTr- Pwells vo Naval Station gamne .by apturn both *e*d o e ....... 0 0 0 0
r ym r th l J ysv Gibraltar of adoublehear fromthe en- e_ .......3 0 0 1 4 .
eae A the lh PoanticBwll] vs :arators, 8-4 and 7-3. D-VIles. 0 0 0 0
ue, it will mark ePowells v Gibraltar dRdie Robinson's three run Regan. .. .......30 2 9 0
yer of the- le 's operaon Uisport vs Naval Station. h was the big blow among Lemon, p .......2 0 0 1 1
9,1....theut nteapo tmoperationie
Without I 'the V ees 11 hI itsI the o- Mos- p ......... 0 o0 o, 1
More than that It probably da. e-er which was credited
the hottest races te loop ha 1r though he was nicked vor bom- p 0 o a *
thobTh he wasPikedd hor horno-


and bralta Life and a fourth hit 10th erSTO P FLI HT
team, Powell. that copilts of LEADING BATTERS two on off Dean Stone In the 8th. u
young highhool vrsty pay. (Bad on 75 ical at bat) first Inning to giv the Y kees C--Ra for Rosen In 9th.
er hose speed and stma minANa lead they never lost. D--Itruk out for Dente In
cdwa s edobably NATIONAL LEAGUE toward also oered. .afty -.b 9 1100
many p rhib-flyin wuintetthis, Wiesler started for Now York r-Ram for Weats in 0t.
mvany Stah-fiongasuinthetuir PPabut wva relieved I& the fifth by C hcago 010 002 000-2
e.val Station ks their Club G. A. L H. PCT. Jim Konstanty, who was cred Clvelnd 000 0o 0 001-1
fourth consecutive cha a eio n- abarn phSo 361%So 5 42 AnIted withthe vicato l.. c ?ouriney, 1Wa11 I
ship Gibraltar Life and Uni- Mueller.iN3, 11 11 M11 J71 Boston byth WhetW hi _Bo, flqUel, Wea ]Doubleo-. ,
sport always close- behind the ch, ndleas 1,Inae a KineLr. sacrifice Carrasquel,
triple champs to make the race S-. lIs 85 1222 23 46 .N34 50b o B.- I ; Jackson. Double-plays Court.
Interim, have fortified them a SL 3e 118 1S 46 .3 s amek e nk..J*kAU, een-Avla-
eso eromKit lewl,= 41 ge s0 the Wert MoBld ente-Avila. Left
basketbe wer. iChsemlmiua 3b 39 4e7 .338 I, I 16-9.4ap l the on bae-Chicago 3 Cleveland 8.
ha or p thrOb S.,one.the Winn w ing r the On. Ha.0.n-mrshman 6,
On opening as hi the league -- ahtap l.me wred s- B on balls Barhman 4,
basketball s hPaul AMERICAN LEAGUE s the m FASTEST FLIGHTS LOWEST FARES
to sthefnrst Eirbt Kn,D 36 151 25 57 .371 wh he wn Lemon 2-8. Mosi 2-21-3, FASTEST FLIGHTS LOWEST FAR
pmall ayofi y high-school KalMe, D 371 M1 U er Jack Ha nd e Narl eaki0-1. Rua and earned
D153555lCs by several of the ftwerK C U0 117 20 42 .340 Cafraguqel with the bases runs--BrshmAn 1-1, Lemon 3-
A aun ,entsa o, a.tle,, _IY4 _- j4 i.- led -.d l we -- hman (8-2). LPI Immediate connections in Mexico for all North Am
Gw.. Lollar, Ch. a in19 3t .314 In the second ue, Nellie Lemon (0-4).
This should provide addedln- -- Fox of Chicago hit homers In i
threat fora the fn between _1 _RUNE the seventh and eighth Innings
ofa on daynlght.=id ta ,d i ... .....1 to Ue the score t g-, but
f Is we retseveheruch Sni/e, Deer .........11 Lemon disolved th dea dlock In
exMbltl ,,e wll be panned for MA2n-, TaSe ........ 11 the last of the eighth when he -
future -" More details on Athletis -........ l singled home Dave Phlley. Re-
thbes games ceremonles 3raI, Tanees .........10 lewer Art Houtteman was the fi* "J O
wbe pb n t ples Caee/ nellmDedg ....l w10 ner.
i th epa stiture / LIN-- Jim Wilson hurled a four-hit-
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ELRADE, May 27 (UP) -
Soviet Union's No. 1 Com-
dst yesterday promised Yugos-
% the Russian govern e n t
Id "do everything" to heal the
k between the two countries
h he blamed on false reports
be late security chief. Lavren-
. Beria.
kita 8. Khrushchev, secretary
he Soviet Communist Party,
m to the Yugoslav people in
ven minute broadcast from
Belgrade airport after he ar-
I with a top ranking delega-
which included Premier Nlko-


ITie Rqssians flew to Belgrade
rto woo President Tito and
"ugoslav Communists b a ek
the Kremlin fold.
t greeted his Soviet guests
shichev' led the Soviets
the plane. He approached Ti-
ilowed and smiled.
o1o3, in his blue marshal's u-
uimr, snapped the Soviets a
Ai V, but dd not smile.
[ military band played the
9J ot and Yuoslav anthems and
a Yugoslav march as Tito
nd his party were introduced to
e Russians by Khrushchev.
4*n Khrushchev took a micro-
hoge and said:
,'pear friends and brotherly
slav people, I am extremely
y to step on the soil ef Yugo-
a's capital city which was
berated by the joint efforts of
!ugoslav and Soviet warriors.
"The Presidium and C e n t ral
imittee of the U. S. S. R. de-
Idd to send this delegation with
ae task of settling in a brotherly
0y all the existing problems be-
een the Soviet Union and Yugo-
He recalled how all Communist
Ulpns had worked for world
eace until "the break"-Yugo-
kvia's break in 1948 with the
ilet-eontroled international Comn-
mist organization, the Comin-
"'he break came because of
Daa and people like him who
mlade false reports about the sl-
hMtion in Yuoslavia," Khrush-
v said. "We are happy that
Base days are now past."
Beria was executed Dec. 23,
W3 on charges of being a traitor
t he Soviet Union.
His execution culminated o n e
hale of a fight for power which
gan with the deathon March
,=53 of Premier Josef Stalin.
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WASHINTON, May 27 (UP)- program for vaccinating first and
The government today announced second grade school children.
the formal adoption of stiff new
safety standards for Salk polio Some 6 million of the 9 ml-
shots "to make a good vacc i n e lion first and second raiders
better" and to protect "our chil- have received their first shot.
dren." The National Foundation for In.
Manufacturers said the move fantile Paralysis has said it al.
will delay full resumption of the so has shipped out enough vac.
nation's inoculation program by cune to give first shots for the
at least six weeks. But they un- other 3 million.
animously agreed to the standards Scheele said last Friday second
early today in the interests of shots "should be given two to six
safety. weeks after the first done and be-
fnr th nn lin season mid.Julv tn


In a statement Issued well af- mid-August if possible, although
ter 4 a.m., surgeon general LeW- the second dose is beneficial even
nard A. Scheele proclaimed the if given after a number of
safety of all vaccine "already months."
produced and used," except for
two suspect lots by Cutter Labor Sen. Wayne L. Morse (D-Ore.),
stories, a frequent critic of administra-
But he said the manufacture e rs tion handling of the vaccine pro.
and scientists who met here all am, meanwhile told the Senate
week agreed new safety standards ea Public Health Service appear.
are the "only possible course" to ently is about to start doing what
insure protection for Americas it should have done from the out-
children. set.
Scheele said the government's He said that "had they started
new vaccine clearance committee soon enough" and worked out test.
hopes to make recommendations in Ina roceures earlier "we would
a few days regarding the clear- not be in the fess we're in."
ance of vaccine made by Pitman- Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D-
Moore and Wyeth laboratories. Minn.) said there has been a
This vaccine, a proved onc e, "dereliction of responsibility in
was ordered rechecked th r ee fixing standards."
weeks ago. Scheele Indicated it
will be cleared. He said the ins- B. K Cutter, president of Cut.
pection report on the two firms ter Laboratories, said his f I rmin
was "excellent." Vaccine by Parke "not only endorses the U.S. Pub.
Davis and Eli Lilly was released lie Health Service proposal for ex.
previously. panded testing, but is Itself con-
Scheele said Cutter Laboratories, ducting intensive research toward
whose vaccine has been under the development of even m o re
suspension, is resuming production strinet safeguards."
under the revised standards. Its Cutter vaccine was ordered with.
vaccine will, of course, have to awn after moe to drawn after more than 50 children
be cleared by the government inoculated with it came down with
batch-by-batch before being d i s.- poliUo.
tributea. Lily President E.N. Bees I a y


l ~ The five lgeAst Salk polio vace
clie manufacturers have accept-
ed the government's stiff new
safety standards.
In rapid fire ord. r, officials of
Parke Davis Co., Sharpe & Dohme,
Eli Lilly, Wyeth Laborato r ies
-and Ctutter Laboratories announc-
ed acceptance as they met with
S'A r, i ^ a new vaccine clearance panel
which will rule on release of all
vaccine supplies.
Pitman-Moore Co., the sixth
.* and final producer, did not com-
mit itself. But informed sources
said it was expected to go along
too.
Dr. Fred Stimpert, director of
microbiologilel research for Parke
Davis, said the new standards
"look as though they are going
*1 to be very workable."
1 'The agreement on the stand.
yards ended a week-long controv-
H 'ersy wbieb saw the government
make same modifications in its
original proposals.
Acceptance of the stiffer stand-
ards signalled a possible speedy
release of at least some vaccine
for the nation's stalled inoculation
program. One source said enough
vaccine may measure up to the
tests to permit release of some
shots next week.
Dr. Jonas E. Salk, developer of
the vaccine, reported he and oth-
er members of the new clearance
'committee "got down to brass
tacks" in their job of recommend-
ing just what vaccine is ready to
SSTILL ON JOB-No retire- be released.
* meat for her. says Marie Wind. The committee will submit its
sor, movie star. Her new hubby, recommendations to Scheele, who
lJack upp, wants her to keep then will make the final decision
on beforetthe cameras. on release of more shots. They
wwould go Immediately into the





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HS Baccalaure je

Scheduled June 5
By ANGELA LEE
Sunday, June 5, at 2:30 p.m. in
the Diablo Heights Theater the
annual Baccalaureate service for
the graduating seniors of Balboa
High School will be held.
Rev. James J. Prior C. M. will
give the Invocation; Rev. William
. Beeby will give an address,
and Benediction will be given by
the Rev. Alexander H. Shaw.
Tickets are not required to at-
tend this service, but only the par-
ents of the graduating seniors are
urged to attend, due to the limited
seating capacity of the theater.
Under the direction of Victor A.
Herr, a small chorus and the or-
chestra will present several se-
lections.

Juan Diaz Resident
Dies At Gorgas
Beatrix Viola Murrell, age 30,
a Panamanian resident of Juan
Diaz. died at Gorgas Hospital
yesterday afternoon shortly aft-
er being admitted.
She was the wife of Luis Mur-
rell, an employee of the Army.
She reportedly h a d showed
symptoms of hyperventilation
gastritis but no cause of death
was assigned, pending an auto-


Ing. He said it would take hisl
firm no longer to produce vaccineJ
under the new tests.
However, Stimpert said the new
standards will require some addi-
tional testing by Parke Davis. He
said the firm will re-test some
of the vaccine it has on hand. This
chetak may take up to 30 days,

"We are still going to supply
vaccine as fast as we can," he
said.
Stimpert said Parke Davis has
about 2 million CCs-enough for 2
million shots-under production
but-none of it has been packaged
for shipment.


The various compa n ies had
somewhat different methods of
operation.
A public health spokesman said
soau manufacturers "an their
owa took already have ap-
prached" the new standards.
Eugene Barclay, an official of
Shalpe & Dohme, said the new
standards will add to the time re-
quired to process its vaccine.


am


H. W. Blades, executive v i es
president of Wyeth, Aid the new
safety checks may delay release
of Wyeth vaccine for possibly sev-
eral weeks.


K. F. Valentine, president of
Pitman-Moore Co., salt he stand
ards would require a Ireater vol
ume of testing one eafn lot of hil
firm's vaccine before it is pack
aged.
It was understood twe new stan
dards mainly call for ai-major in.
crease in the volume of the sam
ples of vaccine to be tested at
various stages during production
One source said the volume of
samples tested in tissue cultures
and live monkeys would be in-
creased about 20 times.
Meantime, *e Pbile Health
service annouMed that the num.
ber of confirmed cases a-
mong Inoculaed stood
at 94 for the live-week period
ended May 24.
Of the total, 60 Involved vac-
cine made by Cutter Laboratories,
23 by Lilly, 10 by Wyeth and one
by Parke-Davis. All but 21 cases
are paralytic.


SAME BLOOD, SAME JOBS-A-ln 'alThird Class Harry S.
Kirby proudly helps sister, Annie B. KIrby, an Airman Second
Class, with her epaulets. The Kirbys, from Ft.L Walton, Fla., hold
duplicate jobs as tactical Instructors i new airmen at Lackland
Ai For e am Tr. .o


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SIN ,NE.REST HIM AN MOrJ-nir, o thue-
to seems more 46611C fa t o
The old uldier recently spent his 200fth bIay queieIw t atfSt SSt JSStV
a nw "' Texa tyle' hat o a"d ".at.m. a 4-DOIMb"a


US Pins Advance Blame On Rs.i.a



For Any Failure Of Big Four


WASHINGTON, May 27 (UP)--
The United States put Russia on;
notice today that f forthcomin
Big Four talks fail, it will be
Moscow's fault.
AdmlaisUatla" officials flatly
rejected RusslA's latest charges
that the UnLed States s trying
to destroy a sabotage the con-
ference.
The Red complaint was made
in a note accepting the West's of-
fer for a heads-of-governm e n t
meeting.
Administration officials s a i d
that contrary tb Soviet charges,
President iEsenhower is re ad y
and anxious to put any honest
Soviet proposals on easing East-
West tensions to a thooubh test
when he sits down with Soviet,
British and French leaders.
Soviet acceptance of the West's
offer clears tha way for early A-
merica, British and e rench taks
on a date and place for the Big
Four meeting.
the Russians to meet in Lausanie,
Swjtzelan os t July The
RussiaTls meiawant a later d .
mansas Iase at .e Uemd
States yeated y was almst m.
pr edented notice that the So.
v l use w~e Big Four o e.
femne al a now effort to pMt
die aliees.
The Russian note said Ameri-
can leaders already are attempt.
inu to sabotage the conference.
It said evidence of this .is the
United States' "policy of strength"
and statements by the President
and Secretary of State John Foter
Dulles they will raise the probl s
of the Soviet satellites and inter
national Communism at a four.
power meeting.
SThe Russian criticisms were n-
eluded in extra paragraphs in the
notes sent to London and Paris
but was not contained in the one
to the United States.
The Russians they felt
the British and French agreed
that the American attitude wotuld-
not contribute to appropriate
atmosphere for easing world
tensions.
The United States is "already
making plans which doom in a-
vance the four-power conferen
to failure," the Soviet notes said.
The Soviet Inslateda e Vieb t
as the site for the coaferenee ia
the face of Wester e e
It said the question of the date
"requires further dleusoldM."
Soviet Foreign Minister V. M.
Molotov called in the envoys of


Lions Club Aids Panama's Blind
Members of' the Lions Clut
of Panama are literally selling
S"lights for the blind" tosup-
port their program of n
i ess boys from the
& ofPanama.
For several years the Lions
have made it poslle for several
blind boys and youths who live
In remote towns to come to the
capital city for st d ath's
Pamama. School fog the Wd
The school It on ZUsoArosea
uena Avenue in Bel is
is -a Panama Goovi1MSAInWt.
tutlon. The government tur-
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Ti Soviet rply to France was head of government e ou
disclosd atW powers gnmPP ches tIt'canfter.
TSoet. Fo Min M Itry later e fceom a 'position of strentli
Sthe day. whichindicates /a desire to eae
The note agreed to the fo u r- permIessiire tPrs eon So -m.
power conference. But it added erence," the note said.
that "the Soviet government can- "This Is b done despite the
not avoid calling attention to =r- fact that suchattemptsI discus.it
tain statements of leading officials sbs with the Soviet ou have
of the United States whlih were frequently been adeon,,rate-to
made since the Soviet vernment have been without.-acess" t,"
received" the Western Invitatin added.













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