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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00755
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PATH OF DEATH -r Newsmap shows path of tornado, spawned
in eastern Texas Panhandle, that hit some 20 communities in
three states. Hardest hit were Udall, Kans., and Blackwell,
Okla. stock and Derby in Kansas were also hit. A B-36 from
Rosewell, N. M., believed to have crossed path of tornado, crash-.
ed and burned at Sterling City, Tex. Fourteen persons aboard
the flane died.

Tornado-Ravaged: States Terrorized

S' :'. ( A photo)
TRAQt VCQOM0M TO UDALL A yag boy is grricd from wrekige at Utall. Kans., after
the village w9i leveled by a torkaco. TU redo_ aloe struck the Teas Panhandle, and Black-
well, Okla., leaving death and destruction in tbsir wakes.

CIO Unions

Here Form.

Joint Board

Leaders of the two CIO un-
ions In te Canal Zone, Local
900 and 107, OC OU met last
night to form a Joint board to
handle problems affecting mem-
bers of both organlu mon.
. Attending the meeting with
their staff 1O officers were
Eaward A. Oasain, president o1
Local 900, and Jose de la R.
Castillo, president of Local 807.
Key Issues discussed at the
meeting included the current
practice of using private con-
tractors for Canpl Zone projects
and possible t*pereusions on
the living stand ard and pur-
chasing power of Canal Zone
workers as a result of the new
Panama-U. S. treaty.
In addition to the officers of
both unions, the eetng was
attended by .D* tI Benedits,
special representve of the
CIO now visiting ie Isthmus,
and William- Siclair, inter-
national represent ve of the
CW Tests

VFW Tests leaclion

By Mass Of Funnes; Death ToI 117 To Idea Of CZ Voce

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A two-ton rock which tumbled from the slope.
tractors Hill this morning pinned down a dri opegtCr
when it landed on one of the lower levels.
Other employes of the Tecon Co rpotion sow'
huge rock start down anqd shouted to drillman Julio RoW.
guez to get out of the way.
Their warning was apparently drowned in theb
of drills and other earth-working machinery being uv J
cut back the face of the Canal bank. *
Rodriguez was wearing a metal safety hot
probably prevented his being killed instantly. He was
scious when admitted to Gorgas Hospital, but his condw-
tion is considered serious.

This morning's accident on the
job is believed to be the first
serious one to have Involved an
employee of the Tecon Corpora-
tion since the firm started blast-
ing and scraping at Contractors
Hill last August.
Even before the work started
engineers were agreed that the
earthmoving Job would be a de-
licate operation.
At 9: S this morning, Rodri-
gue was operating his power
drill on the lower level when the
hue piece of rubble pinned him
to the ground.

Holiday Deat*IW

37 Already,

360 Predicts


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IN TORa 4 5-*- ThlWis ian aerial .view of the village of Udall, Kans., whi h.wasflat-
tenedb .'beloly .bulings left sta ending are those at lower left. At least 4, per-
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U ID 2 17 WU 1 U1
which lit Kl4U City,
The new tornado caen In
fr r0pemic that leIPS7 per-'
adqd and morn than i00
of three f tr V una me*
rently hadbe &44W
te were toun beside a
Automobile I a outh-
dektlal ect of an-
S port from the coroner's
b was yet avaUllble but po-

Mied Ca fPolio

A-pI sevfere but, thefirs at
ber treated in lone hospitals.

re other two os wre admt-al.
The pat ent b the ae"Vn-year
old son eot A yeottple from
Fort clayta. the child wa ad-
mitted several days ago Thp at-
tagk is not severe, but there is a
nDnor involvement of the back
muscles it was reported Friday
at the hiieptai.
This w" the third case this
year treated In, one hospitals.
The other two cam were admit-
ted last February and March.

As CZ Community
Services Chief
Jerq e Barras, formerly the
.le 4 the real estate nit of
!the C.nunlty Services Bureau,
wit act as Community Services
dirfttor during the absence of
W. H. Crook, It has been an-
nounAd by Capt. Frank A. Mun-
roe, Jr.. acting Governor of the
Canal Zone.
Crook,, accompanied by his
wife and three children, sail to-
day aboard the 88 Anton for
New York for a vacation in the
United states.

Roy P. Reece To Act

As Electrical Engineer
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Roy D. Reece, assistant elec-
trical engineer, will act as Elec-
trical engineer during the ab-
sence of B. Smith, It has been
announced by Col. Hugh M. Ar-
nold. Engineering and Cons-
truction director.
Smith was to sail today for
New York on leave aboard the
Ancon of the Panami Line ac-
companied by his wife and three

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gpeciflcally the VFW hat been
ased -to approach epreAenta-
tives from those districts served
by the US Internal R.venie Of-
fice in Jacksonville, Fla.
The basis for this approach I&
thAt the Department of IntMernal
wenue maintains a fut0e
sub-office in the Canal Zone
which collects millions of dollars
annually from American em-
ployes of federal agencies.
The Balboa ogfice transmits
its collections as part of the do-
mestic revenue district adminis-
tered from Jacksonville.'
IHence, itfIs reasoned, the na-
tional legislators from this area
mipht logically be concerned for.
theinterests and welfare of the
people who pay these taxes.
i The inuiry was one of many
being made to various sources
on behalf directly or indirect-
ly- of the Council of United
tates Employe Organizations.
CUSEO has announced that
one of its major projects will be
to Ret a spokesman In Congrews
who can present the interest of
the area directly to the leglslat-

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An ambulance and nedieal aid
werb summoned Inmediately
after the accident.
Rodrigues was reportedly bleed-
ing profusely from A his nose,
mouth and ears, but new what.
was going on when le was ad
mitted to Gorfas Hotiltal where
he wa pt under selltivea |
The Ijured wotkman Is a cit-
ten of PanSmA about 5S years
old. He is married and IvY, In
Vista HOmo'a.
A car was di lpatched to s
home to notify, his wife of the
accident and bilng her to the

Shorp Earthquake
Recorded InNY

NEW YORK, May 28 (UP) -A
"sharp" earthquake was ecormd-
ed today on the Fordham Uni-
versity selsmogah.
The Rev. Joseph Lymoh aid
the first temblor was recorded
at 2:81 a.m. and a second shock
at 1:40 a.c He said tOe.earth.
quake appeared to be 1 m 0es
below the etth's crust .prob-
ably was centered n C .

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A UnitedaM v xm'f
tht at least
died In acmients, 20 o
highway fattes.
The Natieoal "etyI
redicted that fal M,
would die In hlw
over the weekend
lag at mndilht 3
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while, ItoureIV wr=
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S im sicek and tired of parents accusing us teenagers of being so
In Santa Clara. And believe me, I'm no tthe only one.
I can understand the parenLs saying we were loud and rude,
I ey are exaggerating it too much.
-M of the parenLs say we were out of hand up there. Well
parents must be pretty old-fashioned, because they don't
ber what fun is. -.na some of the parents set a bad ex-
aie as far as drinking was concerned.
There are a couple of other things I'd like to say. In a
Mall Box letter about Santa Clara, some woman men-
taking her little Kirl down to the beach. What would ihel
-Abom her little girl down to the beach for at 10;,Q or 11 o'-
*c atfigflht? That's what I don't understand.
SFurthermore, there wasn't anything wrong down there any-
And three wasn't anything wrong going on during the day
r t shock her little girl, either.
We teenagers have our decency and pride to uphold. There
have been a few scenes but no not enough to start a scandal.
reason I write is to teal some of these narrow-minded parents
we teenagers deserve the same rights they got.
S -Anyway, the parents snouldn't let their teenagers go up to
NUita Clara if they don't have confidence in them.
S And you can't tell me that the parents didn't have a good
'- ttafup In Santa Clara.
Sin l- An Irate Student

SMay 21 we civilians from the Canal Zone were invited to the
S4wed Forces Day program, and we would like to send our ap-
iB ation to the 23rd Military Police for the fine equipment dis-
p ~ I they had. The soldier they had on hand answering the
egestions we asked about equipment was polite and courteous.
We would also like to send our appreciation to the Ordnance
We Civilians


iI am rather keen on obtaining a few correspondents In the
C1 Zone and also in the Republic of Panama. I am keen on
rBgletters from small parts of the world.
I collect stamps. so would be pleased to hear from friends
lerested in friendly correspondence and in stamp collecting.
i Iesre correspondents to be at leart 25 years of age. I am 41.
SI anxiously await a reply from someone in the near future:
S- Ken Mitchell
3 South Street,
Preston, No. 18,
Victoria, Austrlia.

i "Have you seen tonight's paper?" I

Some Sayings

ACAOS 56 Hardy herobine
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7".9--.drink 25"--and 4Tardler
nick and be merry" elasme" 4) Baking
and "DibsNorth and "Wtha- chambers
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3P. produces of sl 42 Ages
S4 Search

int IWodi unIts 27 Errand boy 49 Prison room
t 10 Centtury plane t Soviet city tead
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note* In 11 "- drinks S "A- and 40 Tardlerench
st sale ta bers lies" Baksummers
is I North and 26 "With a chambers
dlens puth ones of sale, 42 Agas
Into 9 Work units 27 Errand boy 49 Prismn room
It to Mine entrance 28 Soviet city Stead
notes*in 11 C14 ngish 2 A -f& F hrs
and T17 2ere tian 3 Landed 41 "A-pre- "
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the Russans mand ps hb"upsett a success- Rtheh t battery,. com te of whv a a eI
the aMiecart"juteWOefNoe e Big The possibilty that Reu *male' suppliers. Oter peoj in his iudsy &
Four meeting at the siiLt. would strike more than one com.rn- wouMi not mean that an llMi outlines these 0es
W g your d5er eswith pany at the same time is consiad- p. would go out of busi. faor a package 3eet
thboe uonw iefbsb h home ered real mug. parts makers and A ON wae crease f f to 8
you'd hav beeb umod to hear Frank Rising makes clear that l companies have gone ces an hourb .
Win to off Stmt oh. he is not a spokesman for the a without aguaru An ai&taional paid holiday far a
hem lChamber or for the auto manufate- lt Pre. But the death total of eight
S turers. of ft i ght be hastened by it. A Improvemet la .peni
So far, ford and General Mo- s. n fWulI P ms.
tors, who have be-m In actual ne. Motrs, Sb ereseed health aad
Stiatios with UAW OB a new cor to et up surane.
act, have been mletoly silent. MPa tavment ia
This flows their p o f not die d fl. AVg6ar.alat
cuirsA i sues collective Usp of the p'e*n hl Were ks VcOV
2 3 t hee f ir s t e a" S a w a f o r
oer _tive who has t
stiek bhead out ta dI Re so. l a
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Ctwo ment

VIENNA: The Soviets may
soon startle the world again wna
another seemingly friendly go.I
Inefliw-" .tont NO
landa apparatus, the Cominform,
O -to the Communist Inter- A
national. '
If the Russians don't actually
dismantle the Comtinform, they
will pull its fangs, m uta i t and
loet t operate in e pear in Buch-
Moet, not too tap o here, pri- -
Mar i ou as an itertationlservice
for the Iron Curtaltud lands.
. This would give the world the
impressiam that the Russians are
no longer interested in stirring
revolutions across the globe. Nor .
would they seem to have an offi-
cial international propaganda net-
work for the fist time since Lenin
took over the Mow0 w government -
with a handful of eftish sharp-
shooters. in rac, tois would be
the first time the Bolsheviks would
be without such an '.International"
since- ]Karl Marx.
Dissolution of the Cominform
would dovetail neatly into the swift
tempo of the Soviets' "Operation .
Good Will" which w as launched
here this month by Soviet Foreign
Secretary Molotov himself.
Speculation here over the re- I
ported Soviet plans to dissolve or
quie the Cominfor was prawe
o ed t the news of the visit of
Nikita Khrushchev to Yugoslavia' e
Communist dictator, Joe Broz, al.
so known as Marshal Tito.
This is a visit of the leader of
the Russian Communist Party to
a man who was an important, dis-
ciplined Soviet agent for many
years. This is a meeting of two
Communists. If it were just a con.I
ference oft he representatives oi
two governments, the Russians I
Would have announced that their
state officials were going. Com-
rade Khrushchev may be boss of
all the Russias, as secretary of
hneemuslaoas egedReal And Toy Guns
the -Communist Party, USSR, butRe l A d T G n
he has no actual government title.
Such a session could hardly be y B08 RUARK
held without making Tito feel thatB
he now is acceptable to Soviet-
Communism. In fact, the other e
day I had a Pravda editorial read I see where they have outlawed In the South country we literally killer. We learned that knives
to me which said that while therecthe manufacture of realistic im- teethed on guns. We got an air were to be kept sharp, In order
has been some serious ideological station guns in certain portions of ,gun at six, a .22 at seven, and to cout, and you could not be care-
differences between Tito and the the United States, because of the on the eighth birthday, if S anta less with a sharp kage. We learned
Russians, all this was now being incidence of crime attached to free Claus were kind, we got a .20 to break guns when you were ib
straightened out. sale of same; that certain types gauge shotgun. In the meantime a cai, so as not to shoot your
To some of the experts at the of kniVes are forbidden for sale. we got bows and arrows, and scout foot off.
world conference of anti-Comimu- Well, I suppose, and good. knives, and hatchets. We lived We learned that 'you were not
nist union chiefs here, this can And maybe not so good. Maybe dangerously in boats, rode horses, supposed to crawl over a barbed
mean only one thing. The Comin- no kind of gun should ever be and word even permitted fireworks wire fence with a loaded gun in
form as an "international" Is allowed a city boy. Maybe no city on Christmas and on the Fourth your -hand. And, likewise, you
doomed. It was the Cominform's boy should be allowed a weapon, p July. didn't lean one a g a I n a t a tree,
global headquarters in Bucharest even an Initation weapon. Because because a dog might jostle it a
which expelled Tito in the late a city boy can always manufacture This was because there were a touch and kill you with it. Basic-
Fortties. The Moscow decision his own zip gun, and he can always few adults around who took a ally, though, we learned never to
seems to meap that the Comia- buy a file and sharpen it, and stern view -of little boys waiting play with a dangerous weapon-
for, s Wong tAS-N Tthat's he can always fo a soc With 21-yeure-bee they parted an knife, gun, axeswhievuer.
S'sa f tand andh bash some innocent by- a prenticeship toward manhdoof. N. ss .
me Ie Bu stander on the skiing nwit. ythet a as eight or 'These pt Plear fed later
is, therefore ing p i ted here But I am thinking bac about nine years tid, a was o a s eg in a war, were sic instruction
in Vienna. guns In a loving sense, and about to knoW what could hurt him, ad in the forces. I discovered this
However, this will mean virtu- knives, and axe, and all sorts of other people, and he was supposed early, and you would have been
ally nothing. The actual Soviet dangerous doings that the fun- to preventl it. Otherwise, e got surprised how handy it came en
apparatus has been underound loving yoota of today are denied tanned proper. when, as a gunery eoffticer I was
tughout the world-in g the because it might incite them to trying to teach some city, i the
U.S., of course-for many years. riot and mayhem. I never had any toygunsthat mysteries of leoadft angles. A
The Conform now has but nine Start of sermon: There is no I can remember, and neither did leadoff angle defus the m etin
national Communist Parties affi- healthier way to bring up a boy this navaldoctor. We were hunt- of target and projectile quai
Hlated with Ift. The American and than by association with dangerous ing toge hr at eight or there- the projectile where yeut the
Chinese Comfunist Parties are weapons, used safely. This came about, ite renaously danger- target might be by the time the
not members of this global revo- sharply to mind the other day ous we ,with the full con- jectile gets there.
lutionary propaganda network- when a doctor, now impressed into fidence of thmothers. This was It occurred to this doctor and
Important Communist political naval service, hove into port, and because saome grandfathers had me that we never learned any
and labor leaders have by-passed we started to sit down arnd remem- impressed a little caution on us, evil while messint around in the
the Cominform jr years. They ber something about our mutual working firit with words and then woods with area gun, a that
have traveled directly to Moscow childhood in the country. I hadn't with a strap on a portion of anae e never stock up any Iqflg
for orders, or, like those in the seen this guy in 20 years and he omy more sensitive to pain thane stations, either. Because whe you
U.S., they have taken their orders still remembered the day I beat to logic. are playing with real guhi, a
from secret Communist represen- him to a shot on the rabbit. And We le, a whole etiquette of prank will get you killed cuse
tatives sent Into the various coun- is still mad at me. but we never- armor learned r that irst y you are pras
tries. jing o an fia.1 in shot each other. resp igun as a potential about real guns, too
ternational revolutionary appara-
tus would be-~an empty gesture-
unless It were accompanied by I
actual withdrawal of Soviet secret A
police, agents and espionage net-
wors a al and. eter Edso'lt". In Washington
The W5man AF1,CIO delegation
to labet R"own little United o-
Noaeeation e of ns Trad oUn W S ING TON (NE A)itr~y, though he takes no part In cover it. Reuther's answer was
Ios el~doesn't put ayfaith -With threats of a June automo-'n otaatinns. one word, "Nonsense."
in a'ny o ah Sovit gestures. Our bile' industry strike over the guar- He admits to being a kind of in. ltising sees a number of pes-
labor leader hero want action anteed annual wage issue, there dusty gossip He talks to all the sihie outcomes to the present ner-
No od r gestr. is a build-up of national interest employers. Ad ha ha. made a vousnees. He does not foresee an
Is fascinattngreo watcheaand and speculation on Iit possible out- two-yest. suy of whatgis nte acrossthe-board settlement
ersteneIn theirM headquarters The most authoritative guess so annual wedge." tost up sup ..entary unem-'
hoel and address the rather snb-1 far obtainable from the employ- The easts of "GAW" cannot be'ployment funds for a year, then
bis ad ptrniinglaorlead r ers point of view comes from computed, says Rising. The esti- decide how to administer them.
ofthe word gathr ed aktrth sea- Frank Rising of Detroit. general mated four per cent of payroll The auto companies have so far
simthinwthe oldaKonerthallee(con. manager of the Automotive Parts contributidih to a full pay for san- had record first and second quart-
cert hail). The forela labor chiefs. Manufacturers' Association. empjoynmpt might run to 16 cents er business. Sixty per cent of the
like o may cm ii Eur He says: "I believe the United an hdinr sige increase. cars are normally bought in the
andkA thnkol A '4" ar Auto Workpr leaders want a "QA' would necessitate a first half of the year.-
mn sa, a j hestrike-a strike." "" di'*gange of present senior. A strike in the dujler third
Ameran .~~r *hn a the Hotel He ampliHe this view at an on- ity ~U*and Job classificatioms. quarter might provide anop-
rso.js an ~ ws down the-record dinner arranged for It uian that the auto seek' "poftunlty to settle some of the I-
frn the Gra )od the ham in Wasidngtorn by U.S. Chum-ers might have to become theirlsues now in dispute and permit
bes Kuiss a familieS st*1, and ber of Commeree own pun:manufactaufers in order better than average business In
diagonally across th, street from Rising Is of the Opinion that the to work in slack seasons the fourth quarter.
the.Russian infantry-glurded Hotel primary target of UAW on the lt agle is one that ar- Though "GAW" ste ot
Impeia, vigorously sal etfective- guaranteed annual wage issue istclaz~y~tm the nemdetcomplex issue the Industry has
lybatl Communism. General Motors. He reasons that pat ar. mere are 500 of fated since the slt*(gga strike
Our onchiefs fought most of even if Ford or Chrysler gave ted panlus now, with 400,000 days, it will ultlmatellt be setted,
one da for a resolutilm denounce. some kind of settlement satisfac- em Baling predicts. Everything Is al-
lug Sovet ranny. Out people tory to UAW President Walter T W from small plants with v., sttled somehow.
Win JUb Uuu WrG t ~ ar thea cmI of wha a

It's sti n e blueprint stage,
but the State Department is work-
nlag on an international propeshi to
try to get big cities exempted from
bombing raids -in ease of atomic
If approved,, the poposal prob
ably would take the form of a
declaration that the United States
won't use atomic-hydroges weap-
ons against large cies unless the
enemy hits first. This would still
leave us free to use tactical A-
bombs, or even H-bombs, against
military targets only. -
Such a declaration might have
the practical effect of outlawing
nuclear city-busters, mu as po-
son gas was outlawed during World
War U. Yet it wouldn't take away
America's atomic advantage, since
nuclear weapons could stillbe used
to destroy military targets. The
declaration would also give the
United States the Ilnitiative In the
world oeace offensive.


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90 per cent marlan OaNI| and one
on a per mi a.'ili 'ebas,"
explains : fu*5.Eachs'6cula.
tor starts with M1W and -vests
It to the fullest extent his particu-
lar margin allows in-a sie. ell-
hag at 10. Let tus asumne the
stock goes to S0. Let us also as-
sume that each peulato s jble
to pyramid every 10 mt the
stock rises; in other 'd, in-
vests his excess purchase power
at 20, 30,',40, and a,. We the
stock has reached 0, we h6av .the
"The W per cent margin specu-
lator will be able to carry... .399
"The JO per cent margin specu.
iator 1I* be able to carry. .. .700
"he 10 per eeqt margin specu-
lator will ble to cac m.t
with wacountm Mr.
Dreyfus draws his c: miU
"Obviously, tIe shames of the
10 per cent speculator beitg wiped
out are far greater ham that ofthe
50 or 4 per .eat speulator. Nev*

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hove IN*lebcance of tim l
IN without Ike and Jo
not to take ho for anmWer,

to who
to woin
t* h*H

era and o r

banks. *',*''*. *''

Gadeer CCwlp ?ubblser of
as '",N


Rear Ada. t. G. Rickover, chief
brain behind -the develope0at of.
the atomic submarine Nautilus,
told the House Merchant Marige NO
Committee recently that It might a"nou
take 1a years or more before atow I *.ySu'ffJ baptt VSSk.
mic power w a s "ecooemieally"* M N ?am"
feasflh o-r merchat a director-1 u jmtosil
Itichimera lan-a 9ir M o aBn.
sid ha-lo i would W have 9 VI 0I
a great deal more epewer than iranc -oReaerv4
the 6 000-h.p. o*ftOIt vessels .1m Is n topre~ .11e
now iN use He adde4, that the New ork Masi Reserye ask.
Atomic Energy COQ mislon was 1t! IMU
"more farsl*ted tha the Navy the undere, Fire, Marine *
I plans g orth use of nuclear an is also director o thes
power for merchant veesels. Caulifornua Trust Uo'
"Is this preh Wain for me Only one task-force. member,
to say cInhetquired Hea r Rusk, has no-apparent bank-.
trifle uneasilybas heMave his ns ts. T tthese ane men
plied crlteils of te vy "It is woan. setting Credit P01*ft for
anl right," Cog. Heert Bonner the farmers.
of North Carolina, te committee AL E t MDC B L
chairman, assured un. "jYou are WALL STREET MEDICINE BALL
safe here There lass been a lot of compari-
"Safe in here," conceded the ad-. son between the current stock mar-
miral, "but I have to get out of ket and the 129 Wall Street condi.
here some day." tion which led to the great crach.
Alabama's rank Boykin was so Able New York broker Jack
Impressed by Rickover's testimony Dreyfus, Jr., has come up with
that he blurted out: .rome iaple but startling arithme-
"You look like a mighty sincere, tic which dims the possibility of
good, serious man to me. I know another u20, upheaval. Dieyfus
you are going to do od, pb.Points out, at the Pedert R-
I can just tell it by looking in serve boardd ac n in hiking
your eyW" jarg A M e t
"You are retly.tar 4ay 'from inantforce anew bust.
me," replied lekoves.- "Assume tat we have ee,
"I am a pretty good judge of speculators,,o, oerating on 0
men," pontfcated bykin. per cent margin asis,.nt a
ICAper cenf ui argiza .-A am&gm








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a ta Canal Zone
Use. Wa.. a boaai. Pstor
Sunday Sehool .............. 9:4 a.m.
mormnn P ". .. ........... 1:0 ,am.
Bpus i ,- immr Vedap ...... '.e pj..p
oil ,WM' adm ay...... 710 p.m.
oP W.edne dayi T :30 p.m.
W.M,,. 1 ird Fridays
GA. .A.. *t, &3boMoa
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matMal 1 pm. e
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miinlo ies 66 pal Ne l e:n Sa-
asua0d I ato 00 aad.

Cat Clam i day J to t 4
-a-i Me M N- af 200 pm.

C at(echisfm Clas nda3 eto 40pm

onday ay
Sumdy-m and 8*0 &3L.
'CIads Sat0day 3OSd0 a.m;O a

Holy Day Msess 4Y 0 to sa
7:00 .m. bThufday bfor Fint
tiap f the CrVaI :

Ctmchuas: da: to 4a1O and 1a0 t

Strdayu Ma.: aM .v S rr o
HolyDay Mam: 640 aim. (It
nO Saturday- amM pm..)
Catechsm Clah: 130 to IN0 p.a. n

Camfetilo rne to s2 an.m. Snday.
und'amm: s60 end l 0 anm.
Weekc Dayb Kaa: 4-0 Mlon. Thuma,
Fri. and SaFirt day ma: 6:00 mSi

Holy Day Mamm:s Sm0 am. to 0
ConfBMan: 3-.0 to #0 and 710 to

3= O.. stUrrN7o' rd@yt 1 00ad
ti:tc p 6m om. At0. r2day n 120.

Mawculous Modal Nas :0
Sacred Heart .Novena 7' pn. a
Conert ClaM: 6:3pam. eM Turday.

Sunmdy Mases: 710. *10 and 100
Holy Day Mamw: :00A. 0 am. and

Ca.nsmpel:: Saturday 4 0 to 5'00 and
7:Wto a0 pm* After ary mab eve-
1nelo Medal Novena: nW0 and

5. -UL an
6:4. a.m.. g 5 ma cm
SIVFriday Kxpoalton all day Dur-
Inathe School ear.

Cy j CMasom: 6*0 oLm. and a.O
C'mtodfeara 4.-00 to 5O Mand 71I0 to

"Satcn Cr s: C 4m a.m.Thuredmy.

pm to 0pm

3:1n mad 1:26 .
nffl Motherm: Sunday 7:1 p.m.
C'vmt Clam: 1:1 pjm. On Monday

nd.ly MaiNe.: 6 t0 .m. and *:00
pl er.ir: 0. p. on atuay.
Bmloa MoMedal lwnma: 7:0 p-.m.
Ca-ieehI" CiaS: $0 p.m. an Sunday.
a Tue Noe 2; 0 p.m. On

)hmw IMael: 7:5 Vid 3nM am.
andbMaeand 0
'lMiafuaauuM 0i0 to l7 e.n Friday.
Catech o Clame: ,S to 5:0 p.m. an
Sunday Maame: imN IS m. and 120 a m.
Holy ay Mamia6:0 am mand *50
*20 p.m. Saturday.
IflmeulMaaM NMovema: 7:00 p.m.
^*it^I Cho: 4:30m s.i ia p.m. em
melflf.c noee;Topl.a



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ill'- '" r^^t^.f
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VWWy -. l.IlehWSNg.inDHA,
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and Su-
ga o w '1ot-, l

a 1UommStreutm New Crihhaool
te Rav. MWion A. Cookaon. P-ter
-oly CoaaunAil ......... 730 a-m
ibleCla k- Morln Prays
and am .............. 1100 am
ye Communion ......... S-70 am
SRerham .......... 1 .m0 .U
A Hoew .1 Pruyrf all peMple.

Be Rev. WUlinam W. alidwlin
Holy .Communion.
FamIly Prvor m ad Church Sehoot
*02 aj!W
Monla PM an4d ncrm. U am
I.o. nd Sunday. 0 Mont).
Loni Prayar. 1:o p..m.

ldi 4 r amvun : .. S:S a.m
wA Asl,

M Ra .rdas .......... 7 0 p.
M St. Arebdmm
Holy aoa. lnio Friday. Mom:a -.y

St. lF l 'as Church
The R1O. John Spear. Prime I Charge

MinPrayer. lat and Ir.n
10:00 a................ 100
Holy Communion and SW.
Chi. lid and 4th Sunday .. 10:und 0
unday SchBaptool ..........00 p

n d. P a eman ... .0. . p.m.
varning Prayer and Ser.mo 7:00 pM.
Holy mmunion 00 ........ a
4"dadain1A03 720p-.
SL. ..Peter' C
o Jhn Spear, ri Char
Choral eucharit and Sermon 7:00 ap.
Mornin Prayer and Church School
m10:00 a Im
hildremAu. D. Car. rd Sund
13161 UaptnU 170 p .m
Ch1to CorlZunidm 1:00 a m.
Holy Ba num T0 aSMI


NOW 1 ame' Tb N SAL
Rn DLA. o

Yo LA B. b 4eCwM.

Iso. aim. Re Commi s.
S a.m aorl and
10.0 mm. Church c bool Smia

6. m. Holy. Cempamlep
1:a p.m. 3Ce aed Mreandtao

s O Am.mn V-mme n Me iaS il.
6.0w am, Reslyw Cldn 0

S.w'd. Arnold & 4:ald.
W. ucuUam MU
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toSL y Sftvl a I all Churehe

lce11:00 ajn. o..h'I MeetnGA 4:20 Om.
Al: Bible LectureO Tio6DA.
WODNIUDAT: NUa Stdy a. d Pray.
P V --te ---AL- ft-a S a-

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anUthn oa

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dg.....l ............. yo.,
LI ay Ma............
undy Mass ....................
Satuday ............. ; '43.3
a Woa h p ............ "b

Sday School ............. 11 930
amintl iWohwp ......... S3 1

Church Time Nursery .......... 10:30

Sunday Mas.............. & 10:45
Sunda ........ 11:00
Sunday MU ..........,...... 3:00
Saturday .................... PM

Other Churches
Ancon. C.L.
MImbiter W. A. Jordan
S Anon C.7. Balboa
Sunday School ...... . a.m
orn orhp ......... 30 a.m.
outh ce ............ .m
N.,M ace .......... 10 Sn
Prer MeetinL e.... W .e70 p.ma
Panam RP.. Street rat
Rev. II. eBwa. Mlln~tai
Wshe itp ........... 1j a..
Sunday Masesn .....J....T. 14 11 :A
N A|M MA'. SaiUM -bqWS at
l. ma ,: 1*jiajas n.i ,
IAovAB'S wnmnunk
Maunpe ThunsdM SJb- -
7:,m p.m. Wh boul. B
oad. Balboa-.

0F LAT1r3-DAY BAINTU (N1m"h)
Bos Road. Balboa. Primary and Pr.et-
hood 8:J0 a.m. Meeting: day School.
925 a.m.; Sarmuont Meeting. 10:30 am.
For address w n r Atlantic Branch
service will be hold. call Cist6bal 33
or Coco Sola 11324. Prieathaod I an, Sun-
day School -1. Sacrament 11
u;MUAiU. i'uMO IArirL

wev. Paul Holloway. Pastor
Office. CurundU 5105
Home Curundu 7116
Sunday S ol ................ 9:4
.MoNin a Worhip ........... It a.m.
Youth Ung ............... 6 Pm.
Evening Woship ............ p.m.
I SMgH T he* Areansal
tStO No Io
Tusdasa. Woatdn awag aod Turadawe
GO. 2 ja. I
Sacramn i o Uneton IHaatin G-
la)l ,rMG onda am b moea b V
aM Sw. __.

rn adawto ...... aI 8U
Fr ...uWi rma ...... .. U am
sunday Setool at ............ m.
ivine STto ........... 120

s4 First Strl t
Urbanlacl6n El Carm4n panam City.
tormmi Talka and Dtscutons
Tbuniday.rl.............0 mA.
(eM8. 1l1 A strtae
Study Cvin ....Ar.da,1. 20 Hp.

SN'and Areshee.. 5cm.c

ae. 1Wa. B. SM. PaMt Ft.

orndag o moldm .....1...... '30 a m.
'W mW ArP,
B ow. I. C dam. II aL Sunday
Sundha Sctgme 3p0m as.
morp1 Warm........ ..030m.

Evanseln Wono ........... 7:30 p.m.

Evangeltic Seirvte ......... 7:30 pn.1.

NML Mkuls&
munsay SWhol .4.

nonw. wilei



hestals a en
morrow." -.. ;- "J r

iF'S -

takes p .ure in anwu the
lfirt publ"e.

HI-FI Show

to be held at the


during the family dnamer

Sunday 29, 1955


5 p.m. to 7 30 p.ux;



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FOR CHA TYr-Actress Gloria Swanson appears at a'New York
City fund-Alintg .meeting for the Hemophilia Foundation with
write Richard. Stapley, left, and Richaid Hughes. The writers
have adapted Min Swanson's hit movie, "Sunset'Boulevard," Inato
a muslral for her. At the meeting the three of them did some
scenes from the show, which is expected to open on Broadway
next winter.

Adminstraton Sends Congress

Plan To Oveihaul TVA Financing

-The ERsenhower administra-
tion sent Congress today a plan
Lo overhaul financing ot the
Tennesee Valley Authority.
Two of the three TV directors
said the proposed changes
would present "serious problem"
for TVA.

TVA Chairman Herbert D.
Vogel submitted the proposals,
drafted by the Budget bureau,
to the House and Senate Public
Worms Committees.
Vogel, an appointed of Pres-
ident hisenlower, said the plan
ooks sound to him. but nu re-
ported that a "majority of the
board" of TVA its other two
Somber# did not approve It.
Heart of th/plan is to shut
off further from Congress and let the
the agency rely on bond sales
to raise money it needs to build
and expand Its power system.
The Secretary of the Treasury
would have the final say as to
what bonds, or what purposed,
could be Issued, and at that
rates. The bonds would not be
guaranteed by the Treasury.
The proposal was drafted in
accordance with President Els-
enhower's declaration to Con-
gress last January that other
means t h a n appropriations
should be found to finance
TVA's future power develop-
The TVA board on April 5 an-
nounced its own proposals to
flU this requirement. The TVA
plan' also provided for o
sales but as a supplement t
congressional appropriations.
Budget Bureau Director Row-
land H hes returned the TVA
proposed to Vogel on May 17
saying its provisions were not
wholly in-accord with the Pres-
ident's pogrzm. He outlined 23
changes he said would be neces-
CHU3* OP GOD (P@Matoil)
is.v. I. Watson, Overneer
PMbc 643g. Box 253. Gamboa
Church'. at Paralso. C.z (.Rev. A
Mra. HKman' 0. Whyte,. Coldn. 3..
(Rev. ernando Lorence). Rio Aboli
(Re. and Mam. Charlr Haynea. an
Cmtlv* (Rev, and Mr.. Cllffora Grenveu.
Sunday and weekdays servlcc at al

*The *C L the theheran ow
The e .he= T. ernthal POmW
Theme galoa 357L .
jiy School and Junior and A&a
BI bl a at 00 a.m.: Worship Se m
Ice. 1s .M a am. Regular covered dish
per the eaeond sunday of eh a
at th Lutheran Service Center at
p.m. Holy Communion the first SuaMW
n0 "pses moih. with a pre-eonmm.inito

devotion and registration the Fri ay
reOmeso provious at 1 p.m.
.....10:00 m ATLANTIC SIDE
......110 a-n *iceam Sunday M_
........... 11-00 jm
L Ro Abelo I FT.
............. ---ot stm
.*uaOy in. zu hm o hr T ou"MaM
.............. O O
th'o e[ilstu. C,. (rFll G~)
.91u. Pa m orm DIABLO HEIGHTS
.1030 Mm. Sbool Gymnasium Rahn SL.
.......... p........
rvi .......... 11 .
m Ito" M or I3np Smv. ....... 730 p

C. reweer. I a
I aary Sunday 11 a RyT.. T7. m.S-
la we l following g wcnr
Car. and Kl aK g aM$tft

L= e.......* **
2: . 7: L.'-

Vogel submitted the revised
plan today.
TVA supporters lost no time
In denouncing the administra-
tion proposal.
Rep. Joe I. Eving (D-Tenn)
Said t means raising TVA power
rates, "mlAking; the system, and
creating an atmosphere "there
private power can walk in and
take over." Vogel, outlining ob-
jection of the TVA "majority,"
said of "particular concern"
were provisions making more
rigid the finailal' obligations
on TVA power revenues.
"Other propQsal changeS by
the bureau of the budget would
Impose adcimmitratlve restrte-
duceON ,le,
private 'f3o6atn bogn 9 t
would bb fo ted to reiy on the
same methods of financing that
are employee by other power
systems," he said.
"These restrictions would in-
elude giving kthe Secretary of
the Treasury the final voice as
o whether TVA could Issue
bonds at a gyien time and for
given amounts and terms, al.
though It is not proposed. that
bonds issued by the TVA should
be guaranteed by the Treasury."
However, Vogel said In letters
to chairmen of the Senate and
House Public Works Commit-
tees: "The chairman feels that
the bill as revised will present
no serious obstacles or restrie.
tions to the operations of TVA
and that its passage would be
In the regional and national in-

Fin furniture .made of
DariEn Mahogany. NOW at
amagino low prices.
Bedroom. Dining Room and
Living oom sets.
Productos de Madera, S. A.
mUsed by Roberto Cown
SCentiral Aenaue
Between Kodak BIdS. and
Ifth Ave. store
rPho" e3-X80



JUNE 1st.

Prices Never

Offered Before!

You must see it

to Believe It!



'".I tion Guaranteed by the S"U

Pays 2% hiterest Auoafly on Savhlgs AcaM.t


We make loans with guarantees on first mortgage
or other securitl.e.

2,5& SOL. $1 and


deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.

Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry ni
documents, in 4 different size.

11 Cetral Ave. at
oorer of "1" 8trMat

U. A. De ROUX,

roat St. M eeae
of lh U.


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Salapn very Fitmeen Days fort
Sallap: Every Ten Dys f1w ,
(On"H Vesels eU at VERACRUZ and TAMPwo
(MEXIO0) *eve six weeks)
MuonmIe alin, Crbitabl. C. x.

ThePacific Steam Navigallon Company

Royal Mal Lines Ltd,
8.S. ENTUTA" ................................. June
S.8. "SARMDIENTO" ............................... June 4
bM.V. "IAINA DEL PAQIWCO" (18,000 Tons) ...... June
S "CUZCO" .................................... June
S.S. "COTOPAXI" ................................. June 1
8.8. "LOCH RYA .............................. May 29
5.5. "DRINA" ............ ..................... June 4
M.S. "DONGEDYK" .........................May 30
8.LS "d3ARRO" ....... .... .................. June_ i
All Salinga Subeet to Chance Without Notice
PAeirO1 1TSAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cri"tobal Tel.: 1664
WORD CO. m PANAMA-Ave. Per. #5. TeL s-1257/1
BALBOA.-Trmn. Bids., T. i-1965

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New o ls Seice


8. ....... ................ 4
S. "YAQU ...............................JiMa 1
8.8. "-L CARL" ...............................J3h 19
es.g. "MOAAN" .. ........ ..................Jine s
*s.9. "HIB.BRA8o ............................... ly
S.S. "AOGERBBORG" .... .................Jl 4
'Bandif BReriterated Oilled and General Carp

New York Service '


S.S. "ESPARTA" .................................ay
S.8. "SANJOS '' .................................J.. u e
8.8. "METAPAN" ................................JM0 13
8.8. *CHOLTEC.......................................Jue 13
8.8. "HOBEDIA" ............. P ..............ie 26
&8. "PAhISMINA" ............................June 27

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Loc Angele, San Frangisce
and Settle.

Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle .......................$365.00


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on June 6zWUie&h, 1 I

Also, the arrival and sailing of the M/V "CIUDAD DE CALP" at BALBOA, on
June .20th and 21st, 1955, accepting general cargo for CENTRAL AME RICAN





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i.. m ting will tk-
th council's offices B
10,-.1Pre, ,Canal Zone,.
a l .6'e clo&e- in thU
1. Mdabere of the Boazr
iMe "oUe the eha.ne of di
dm vor .to be present at
e"ta net Sunday.

Arts iad-Orafts,
The meeting of the Arts a nd
Crafts, Group .of the Balboa Worn.
men's a lub wilc be postponed one
week due to the holiday wa h Ich
fb1 aon. the Tegular meeting day.
....... .. ,. --. Thenext meeting will be at 9.
P is T 41 .T.C. Unit a.m. opday. June 6, at the home
Si .M of rs. Leva Saarinen, INo use
o i to 15 i gan St., Balboa.
~C~-ofther u I Fort Davis Officers'
!l the his fM*t". The monthly meeting of the Fort"
Sin llitary knowl- Davis. Offier' Wives' Club Ill
d .di ,. vemSnt, an This sawrd is of ive a luncheon on Wednesday,,
t sh bit o tat arn be b any la.vmdal cde .June., at 12:20 p.m at the Fort'
.--* -" Davis Officers' Club. Election of
a.su . .. Travels which are n hibited every officers will take place at t h is
alr ee nay ngo W t hropga te courtew-meeting.,
fly* a V% im y or he i.m t MCA. Members are welcome touring
U----tedMa-tesAmb. ador to The public is coras,,y Invited to Memers re weome to brn
Panama, the 'Iaorable ~ d e n 4tteMd Ulese -showings, guests,. Reservations may be made
C- was at home- .at the Em- uy contacting one of the hostesses
ba siAi .den n La Crest yes. aMis 'I Ewing who are Mrs. Miley, Mrs. Gonza-
teray to bid farewell to his BeSarums From Panama City les, and Mrs. .Mclnaney.
ins on the rsthmus Miss Clifford Hilda Ewing, willi
He leaves by plane late tonight return to duty as Staff Nurse at
for .the .ates. Coco Solo Hospital. Miss E*Ling's
uAiUther ised in J~A. at Panama
-/ City, Florida. inace then Miss Ew-.
Diplmmna o1 as been ib er home town.

F'" nt- i. Selections to be played are as
r f. Fnin' riala *nllnwa.
%isis Martbinf was hostess w..ws
L.' u.,lheon at her .. Beethoven-Quartet No. 1 in F
S.igi.ts on h us, ,Major, Opus 18.
aMrs. James Paa,!
S for New ait-aens-Concerto No. 1, in
. w spend A Minor for Cello and Orchestra,
t vacation In the U- Opus 33.
es w Yoi a th-eni Mozart Operatic Arias-Ezio
. Vest iort. Deandjteni
a ..Wr Acaemy' j In this series music lovers are
4.iivite. 'tnvpe o P rseat programs of
,.' .. vt." Mthem pefrom record 4Pcoslectiofs
's. i Nale 011o 6 from t record library of the
EIt UP0 ag yaJWA,

Aa dialinvltatiss is extended

maternall grandfath-
,eit Adicra G. Nichos,

=I.AAd ftIl. GNieools
mat 'H s pa t e.rjea t
iB ,1s.Mr. W. B.- M es .
er i Suuex, England. .
Lt a"the l

9I3Mavh30th the .


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i a te AJr-C.dmtleaed B*albos Ram.
Complimentary cocktail, choice of
uikri menwu ,for only $2.25. Aarraga's
meule for daneng untlt 2:14 pm.
ot "MrO the Great" the Ballea )%an

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YUMYUMI-J-udGe Theddire
RL. Roh-of Detroit, Mich.,
dpWt l4t this kind of "evd-
doece" to wamst, even If It
isn't adtws.ible. When ,two
restaurant owners were bat-
tling for the right to use the

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Leola Boroughs of U]eVrly
HJlls, Calif., happily displays
theelt totaling $377,1"; frst
prine Ia m puzzle conti' t pon-
sored by publishers of the aewO
runk & Wagnalgs Boaclosa.L -

Tomorrow: Family Dance
Buffet Starting at )ft.

cipe-Our "Cook of The Week."
*e ivuif hara*8 i until tomor-
roV but, t to WZ this recipe
the authentciy It serves, we
must say that she a Panamar
anan married to a irezy attractive
Bostonian. Mrs. B. writes,-
1 Lb. navy pea bean (am. white)
% Lb. leanss salt pork or fresh
pork fat from market
I Tbsp. salt
6 Tbsps. sugar
2. Tbsps. dark brown molasses
1 Pinch baking soda
1 Pinch mustard
(Serves 8. But can be doubled
or tripled.)
Soak beans In plenty of water
overnight. Bring to boll in the
morning about 8:00 o'clock. StFrea
the rind of your salt, or f resh
pork. fat. Remember just the rind
is what you score. Place salt pork
in bottom of bean pot. (This is
important) Add sugar and salt.
Add beans and then the water
you've heated them in, enough to
cover beans about 2 inches. Last
add your dark brown molasses
which is what colors you beans,
and your soda and mustard if for
good digestion. Cover and put in
lowest oven possible for about 8
hours. The slower they cook the
better. Our cook of the week con-
tinues. Of course, cooked out of
doors, in a hole in the ground
they're just umph!!! My hus.
band's mother, who, guess what,
is from Boston, gave me these
secrets. In dry season you dig a
large hole, yes, in the ground,
line it with flat rocks, build a fire
in it. when your fire is reduced to
hot embers, you scoop a hole in
the center, lower your beanpot.
cover with large flat rock, .and
cover your hole back up with
dirt. Next day you disinter your
beans, and I promise you, you'll
never taste better."

.--Don't be misled!
'E I. sregard the price!

N. e mand ROUX TINT

4: .' at all times!

* enjoys the largest sales volume in Panama, United
8tta and others coatl rles. mainly because It does not
create difficulties with your hair, It does not Itch or
otherwise bother your scalp!
It never fails t# iave the results desired
Distributor In (he Republic of Panama and
the Canal Zone
No. 3 "A" Street Tel. 2-2971, Panama





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Join the crowd at our
frte 1' a.m. isn the
air-conditioned Balboa Room

iiis -eablnatlen brakfast-lunch has become
very popular and why not? you get s
eoektall on the house... choice of
marvollquS me1pu .. Ascarralga
at the organ and Eric the Great
-the balloon-an and magician
to delight you.

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Connectiosta 5o adrid. Rome, Londom, Paris, candivis 'ad
other important points in Europe
Use KLM's famous Multi-topower Plas M .
visit many cities on the fare to aone
Do Luze service with camplimetary fAlt,
S0* AAle Iconosniel Tourist Clam lights -t. d
3.i1. beverses available
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1ft. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
DetetU.-etriDn work--ar Iagive
Gnral Prlctiet
Tlyvl (4h el July) Ave. *No.,

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W Pr6 Avenue Tel. 3-I il
11 block from Lux Theatr)

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FOR SALE:-Double bd cm.-
pltes. 2 night tables.dress with
beautiful mirror. A-I quality and
condition. "Transportes Dexter,"
phone James 2-2316.
FOR SALi -25-eycle Westing-
house freaser top refrigerator
$150; console Singer ewing
machine $85; men's *lf dlubs,
3 weeds, 10 matched irons, bag
and sart $85; Remington model
7 typewriter with case $50. Oth-
er household items priced to sell
Including cotton rugs. *Ieetricel
appliance end furniture. Phone
2-6310. 222-A Aneon.
FOR SALE: Frigideire, excel-
lent condition; Rfteni longer
chair ottoman; Rush squar
ruigs; portable radio; Sunbeam
coffee maker; misellaneous ar-
ticles. 0429-J, Ancen.

FOR SALE: Electric swine
machine (Singer), dek model,.
perfect working co ndtion $130.
Phone 3-6419. Ae. Fedelce .
S oyd 1-77, Ap09tmnt I. ,



FOR SALE:-1948 Hudson Se-
dan. empletely everha led
$400. Phone 2-2911.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Pontiac
bleek 4-deer sedan, $-cylinder
straight shift, in excellent con-
ditioen $750. Call Albreok S-.

FOR SALE.-1951 "MG" Sport
Readster. Jew mileage. Phone
Colon 74. after 5 p.m. 821-1.
Mr. Rekhi.
FOR SALE:-1951 "Olds" 91,
deluxe esdeo, geod mechanical
condition, excellent tires with
safety tubes, leaded with "ex-
tres.': Can be flnenced. $1075.
222-A Aneon. Phone 2-6310.

FOR SALE:-1948 Marcury csn-
vertible, excellent condition, duty
paid. $500. Cell Panama 2-
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
Crankrek 4-der sdan, perfet
condition, radle, $1200. 201-1
Getun 5-517.

FOR SALE:-Dintte set, radie- FOR SALE:-1954 M.G., wire
phonograph, beds, chest of draw- racing wheels, perfect Cendition.
ers, baby bed end chest, eheis 4,500 miles, $1350 or best of-
Ipunpe. Call 3.2324. far. Albreeok 510.
FOR SALE:.'-. Wwrdmbe. living FOR SALE:-1951 Nash Station
room s:t, 2 single IbMd. kitchen Wagen in Seod condition. Phone
, u. r A. G qisao.eae 57T., 3.4718..
t. Who,- Subi i ; V-5 P.M. FOR SALE: -3/-fen Autocer
SF4 $AL:--4-pc. living room Refrigeration Truck in good
set$7S; sid*eberd $10; 9x12 condition. Phone 3-4711.
rug id fallpad $1S5; chrin des- -'-"
71 2 Fne foldln ds F uOR SALE:-1950 o ntlO busi-
wWt' h.>inersring mattress $15 n coupe, excellent condition,
and $20; 1 chest drawers with low ileege, point good. Balboa
mawor $15; other odds end 3253.
ends. 2144-D Curundu. FO SAIL: -. 1953 Chevro t
DLuKe black, w-a-w, Power-
_f *D gA I lide,. rodio, theaterr, 17.500
SALE miles, other accessories, perfect
.L condition. Cell Belb*o 2-1441.
Doatwi Otor FOR SALE:- 1951 Studebek. r
.,........, ...... .... Chempion 4-door> Msdan, excel-
FO$ SALE;l'1mi f4. Thomp- lent condition $450. Con *li*b
eon biunt re~~et with J6-hp. he ftIln d. 8*-11*1.
. d ..... .WA WANTD

JUNE 3 4 5
The trip of your IUfe aboard El
Panema's Pescadral A three-
day Jungle Jim Jaunt thm the
Paname Canal to Colei, Sen
Blas, and Port* ell el Leveo
BIelb, Friday 6:30 a.m.,. eriv
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave Colon
9:30 p.m. for colorful Sam Ble
end historic Poret Belle, return-
Ilg Colon Sunday aftorm..
Thru Canal Monday 6:30 a.m.,
living from Strengen Cnlub M-
tumiing to Balboa. MealLs.iatrid
by El Panama. primn a.odoe"
shor, bathing salHs, jeeket.
flippers and spears for eMder-
water fishing, your emm aendm
eoler film. Canal trip nly-
$10.00. For further lefomation
plihe Jungle Jim Price Pamanm

FOR SALE:--5-on Generl I-
kotris ir condition Sl o it
with /4-hp. blower, 40-cycte,
3-phase; 3-hp. General Ei;ctrie
eir-coled condensing ula, t 0-
cycle, 3-phase. Beth for $450.
Pam*n o Auto, S.A., Phone 3-
FOR USALI:- cycle by's Red-
mester $20. 5779-8 Diabloe.
Ponmr 2-4130.

lind. Super PRO SP400X. Tel-
ephene office 27(, ropidenee
405, Colon.
FOR SALE: Year-ltr. w-
oulghlrd Dalmatln dg. For in-
formation call, after 5 p.m.,
PaineM 3.5494.
FOR SALI:-1941 Ford $100;
Hotpolnt electric stov a$75;
Perfection keroee save. 3
burnme; irl's bicycle $7; metel
fielding chairs. like now. "Jeys-
-rim Ld-,"- Cntral AsMene
No. s. :.3S. : s'
FOR SAL: Motr nd boys'

ct-. M.4 mw.oo
amoBderate aeFh dfdmebde

bkah at Salt I TIeSphom
Thompsm, Maml 172.
ahest COM. l 435, Baloa.
PhoeM Pmi.m-..-1077. Cii.o.
bel 1-1671. '
POggyg'S CO"Wm me ON*

Cetas@ l-"I., af.idre..
tim, 2-bedrom. ew tkjib"

+ go gg '

FOR RENT:- eatifnl ebelt.
I Oth StreetDs. 3V, s PnFracis-
ce. Phone Sval 2-2037.
FOR RINT: -- FmW md m--
S fertble hme, Isr e ling *l m,
dining room, two bedrms, beth
and laundry. Seles mounds,
facilities fr l *g nd* vglats-
bles. 15 minlwr rlter Paa-
ma. Reeak rental. Appoint:
Balboa 3745.

FOR RENTi-Vietimo questers,
3 bedrnem ta. ,from June
I I tf Sept. 14. P Gambe

FOR RINTi,-.'Frefhad akolet
in La e, ps ) r i-
talletM. CalM trloet' Me.
FOP p$NT: d fw og f
m ld on mGeneral J-U Sn
Maffitli Avo No. : PFe'. bi l
rom, vHing rem' ltiln r em,
ukeis,, large pok. M nL qf
grapd flper.. ,(

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FUR rNT:- CMptely fur-
ntbid apethm. 2 bMdreoms.
lHnROM, me-dkk sto. large
e 'water. m, ebs, orhm,.
waVs. Alos. m. .o-
elualve a nlelm moation.. Bells
Viest, $175. Ph... 3b..
144. ,
FQ a RINlw-f..fa-l,,d.-
P=mMasIttp leemvall The.
a.e Vie m o. 120. Phene
8-50.4 *. -
FOR RaWT -44r-i epart-
mat, lqt waer, grle. ea.
Cub Ave ; # % Dla- Vista.

FOR RMT.-n quiet rside.-
.tl area, 2q**em pa*t emnt
in ishala t 'dhdooemu. Auitable
for eple. with I or 2 mall
asldre. Phoel 2-4848 ,or 3-

FOR RNT;-M Wder finished
twh-bedIrm epeatmemnt with
front trreo. Aaflafo June lit.
44i StiMt, eumer Venessela
Ho. 19. Ph"ne -4780.

FOR RINT.f-1-edr., living
wm mobder ameortmont, houe
Ne. 45. AtmoblIle Row. S.e
D Cor. N. 14 Ave. B. Tel-

S247 n 1

tl Aye. Between Kodak FOR )ALI:- 4.. wit M CeliaeoUs lcyelo, */%-p. ZI-cye '$20 .
A Fifth ATe. Store). traler. PeM V- each. aboa 1 B- r. '- F1 -tNT-mbe leetS u- OpAs a s;eatlon d-ear tor t tlxtial
re.d. o OrtW o. 4. Tel- WHI.L CHAIR wanfd to buy --T._ ---.--.-.-- IMt .-,-W ir -- ifeM ... d tie .h, reter than .tep alm dySt i.
phea 3-.44 or rnot. oPhone Panama 3-120. OR SA.- Chihuahua, few RINT.. o o o. da he 0n fst ea~ an .e m
SWner pet. Ponn Ce i de. tvU here oh ftrnn a 10t e.d. tw U 34 m. d al ead te

men s AuHy l Motors, Frd Workers BiWI.--. Twb-*o. hiouisI al i --tusiuotr ~.in
J d- E. -l Im I' Pi rale FhbIMg w H n 6 4 .. .a ".n. ventional r.,!archai, the lees than Oreplaton-t +i-
fl KnimSl and ek street: r bedr t.rb 19epowerod, "sm3'b e ee in most race.a-.
J _ ;i l I m : *'"I CLI--n I M.. fIr. all- modes el-. "4'" r rkeg from zere to 140 oph turbie mot i rrted St. 5
SW Fully frnid and ** In five seconds with veteran horse wer d d p ot ed
S. Pe rer soISed Foipling l mo t.ksFrsxnthis from FOR RimyT. ri- nse. ds4vr Henry Banks hind the ra~ a
S"Pro d Crippling StrioAM S lhs Saipnes. Apply 2-27u6 offi-e meat, f illmle. Via I Wheetl. In the e picture, o
hitsunday, or the Feast of -o- ped. U -4973 efter p.m. I houserw- Je rf eThe revolutionary ,w race right,ar, Bk,
tecost, will be commemorat-! DETROIT May 28 (UP) -Gen. tered-down version of an it-ad e- .. .. _ _- ,_.--- "" '' '.-- car wa4 built by aingen. of .the e race drr RMfl.OIC.
at Bt. Peter's church. La 3o- eral Motors' 350,000.plants work. quate proposal made by General BOGOTA, Colombia, May 28- F D RNT -Tw .moffs Hoby Shp t Offuttre
tomorrow with choral eu' era joined 135,000 from ord yes- Motors." (.UP)-The new.~aper Dlario de .O ENTent, ss o m, gg'. Air F'drce Base, HOmahabyNb- Vlce'-Pru SJO.B3.
c Ist at 7 a.m. terday in making ready for strikes Carl Stellato, fiery president of Colombia said today that for-, RoomISa l ""B'n Case,." i IS rs an +w brought here for -avis,, Nib. ;?
which could present the Eisenhow-Ford Local 600, said the p ans eign "irate" fishing boats, ex- 277. th demonstration. Firestone en-.
g e ther sv icein admitrtion.withits most se-wer,.so muchs al kethe. companies pelle from e, territorial wa- l T Avible J ers edthe turb -wer- e T
the members of the worn- 0rios labour risis yet. were gkulty f "collusion." te b of Chile, Per_ and Ecua- FOR R -T: Available 'Junnme_ _i__ __-th n_._..t_ __er_-
SAuxiliary will present their John ULvington, CIO United Au- dpr, have transterred their oper- I e, e-- ermentis ae FOR RENT: fo4 jut, *-- .
ted' Thank Offering andto Workers vice president in atlon sto waters.off Colombia's f oufnh ed roomo ude-o e o twO e (sne) V ie

copoan church o n earth. oI charge o .ff the be odn union'strGenebal Mro.o t P c pacific hcoast0 se, refierator, l see.a1twoo thn(-
ddton, there will toe art ment, a issue tspPaln 2 s pa ohpn r. i ourh tAl.. ..abirne.-lvin- the o fora a will
. a rayon er and church current ttlk ai cals"to writin g ebyor i wetonre taking advauitage of lack IanW .a5lnah. 5dd e Street No. 3 t '.#val. an o d. tr.a
S. .6l at .h0 a .m., wh il e Even- new contract to replace the ex l rch O f Vigilance a o e om- pl 4 Jl h many ye e

I I charemn O a lt prn fi e ar at D t TrCrltrm tomorrow fthnie from "er eost Per -D l 44 0.> .,e het esDor n tP. tebl
St p. a (Whin chare ome Ford workers Thursday we and cador have seized and t OR-* :-ln eellent, q ri.e. As .. Joib u.. r e taken N a
r ucharis and reeiate orderedtoprearlefr strike ac- dodverUeeno take toJ h I e e entes ritol n b H -
, sc ts__a.ytic after the AW f. ... h o-d T ..ABish- vitit es.efs is.- -00 Pr o- .l$. -- d.e dL$5.iThW
the for beginning thore to Bihop ooden returned contraolombthsia Is the only one of f elerly Can be p to plan l
an church on earth. offer. .a R. Re. '. e the four South American coun- fno.i ".8 to 3 p.m. N e Cvunt Of' Votes -Tw-nty-t, retired local-at der ue ers _i ,

Thebtries borde on the Pacific No. tT444t ihret Balle Vista.t e pl a
sa ti pb donsr Bat wl as hryotheMissionaryo which asr'mto action a-P. bou rnished"o n, axto.l
tee wilber a ch.an e t.o bu. s aop .eonam Canalga .st foreign sh. a..ships. R r.-mounished me-ou.tht.a of sinto .
" appBi r at D urnet t Oiksaimed at'rie. Tme sng of tesa c e ine I. roam. 4ete UP ct t O e Tg fr t .
school Eat0 V .m while Ev en- nw contract s to replace the ex- rbWSpanish Co.rtk to Chile, Peru a rite m 4 ou yv, .nO Cb e -e. ters' e *, m helt,1 and wil
or two on P rai.ev pin- fr the te the hEpi scopal Church of Our Sa- lamed 2o-mileme the Owy laor clulaOin md a o-locSl d el.. ..o t
1; CLUB AMPES. union promptly rejected the be many years'- ane --het te i f te- N e.
or.... -The For "eotra une rea i o, New Conhsuban. tomorrow frontier from- theirrcoasts. Pe ru'4' et wee for tit u thi s 9nd* th i I
-,th land of Te I Ford Pes on two racts i P T-n e A. A. Cook- tlned to cpray ineciUchdes on rior of three dpart- F tnhce' Freig A Mitotter Ali- eote.C tMlu.
ng ranteed annual wage and th ue 7or- Ae of choral Communion. e field. me one h l a Py flw a t e .

it andia e Rturnee, dpany's inivtence on another five-. The other two planes, whia and Ledigor the Interior painta* of potol os rk k l S, lite
1ais the Reutr candidates to bepadmitt nexto t --e- to beep return to theiri ;ndb d'-L.
.erbertL. to union wouldn't necessarily fol- I h" y e Per'
a eago as ow a "no o work" ol y of Cn a. Bih One 25 HP. E v ou. oard om nao u a I
Bisopooden returned this
th e o l o g y a t B e Y H a l l T h e t *w n t r i k e t h r e a t s c a m e a s B h r LIr amlw Mo rg. ., Ir e n e J o se p h l l ._ed r y_ e m i" ""'ue et oeyhon l ,n. .. i,. .,
Fn dford and negotaors metm n he w aen l n .r e .. . p e gko ., a
AI T Ia~~ w&, yI plan. lnd, By + nets' a.d..i.lian middle lda~'sgItNY7s24 hbe
O suld 13back aound gaining session 'ith union neg sv on t ... .. .
of June.tiatlng teams. fe or0 his faer, the Rt Rev teo. Rob-j
1The Ford union alerted its 51on etm thB u eaGoodn e ope"re ,anama Canal paint IsI o nhe so o oneftile r .e sy
Locals across thef ct country to py pe t t ired oSuffragan b ihopI 01 'thebirdsforwhich wrem..-Theft p oeit u p la.frica
prfor what would sbethe ftdioc of Los Angeles. The MIAMI, Me m i t--
serious Auto strike bine FI50 .aft- bishop'sefatherpobsorvedthis B0th crob-dutig launeh isntdo the.Gulbftn HeinghtsA.disttion The mento .bew hOU d -f.eigtlOm-.
SThursday's, talks. It was Thurs- birthdaye50th year of ordinaw Jewho bailed outofe -. + 1 th ; -' e - Oe .. .
sntibti say th.tsun ie day when the -company made its tion to thepriesthoodandthfeico w rent low rl'P sum of- plane ind .heGulfbuwhdng.t=
offer ofaivehorsrI n a ubbr f Wasma4 it lfo16 bal Thia. TWO u o
no won--'" Il..o to wae37-centehourly pay pack- 25th year of consecration as biter fiel hs I ar f to made n b &irpi-
for a.M5 some oer 1960. op I Then ilote Philip Crews, of1twoA o oad0the: or't0fooenroutedt4. L-cia an- British -
Potbaraf.out One of the features of the Ford admit ae .clas for m etontmuo bm-eeoFla.," was picked up n S'MUo 5 trtn et ino to ter fs home" --

at half-the market price. The Crewswas'fl;,gh. single- . m to onre o i d ie u gph_. _, h will

yearontract The Balboi a U,0,0-.will did n wt have radio, had to Igngao_ apartment i nGatl into-, __4him_
Thei=Ions international execu Open a new-apah me next continue to Cuba to report tieiand We -artmntsi on _. rtgI moviatol i ofman
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0 100 IN- Runaway Furniture Van

S Takes 7 Lives In San Francisco
thous. E .-..Oft SAN FRANCISCO, May 28 (UP) McCandless; Patrolman Henry1 The son, waiting la the car
Se -A loaded 12-ton furniture v a n Eidler, ml, San Francisco police while the mother shopped, was
S hea ran out of control down Nob Hill department; Chew Show Ng, 36; killed when tne truck plowed
11 D It men and 20dIA. at nearly 100 miles an hour today, William Ahmua, 4; Peter r adef t, through.
an hmaof the t 50i J AAenomng up in a fiery wreck that 71; Barbara Sarabionian, about' The truck was owned by the
,(RCAT). tMlied seven persons aad demol- 55; all of San Francisco,. and Don- Mayflower van company, p cross-
4IthiAAA At i l ished 10 automobiles. ald C. Stone, 33, Burlingafe, Cal- country moving organization.
'kiFThe driver's assistant leaped for if. John Kirrane, superintendent of
who are to ad hi the t "er his life midway down the steep_ 1 jured were Mrs. Mary A. the ChnatowI brunel of the U.S.
"'of reserviitsa i d one-way street and miraculously 54broken back offered when bit Post Office, watched part of the
ard units. The ROAT escaped uninurea: by flying debris; Elaine Fong, 15. tragedy.
S operate the radio controlled air- '' drive heroically stuck to cuts on both legs from lying "I heard a tremendous crashing
4, rat, wiherad town the targes the wheel of the brakeless jugger- glass, and Mrs. Gertrhd Damon,noise and when I looked out the
used In antiaircraft practice.n ...- u *m o e entre seven block 70, broken leg suffered when she window of the pot of f I c e It
Reiasining in Puerto Rico for downward plunge. was hit by a caroming auto. zoomed by," said Kirrane.
talhed to the 7552nd A. .,. Me went to his death In a ball At the emergency hospital, the: "I don't think it is any exagger-
Sroke. However, most 0 the I of flame that erupted from the critically injuTed Mrs. Auna fret- action to say it was going 100 mies
iring will be done at Punta Fl- I truck's fuel tank when It smash- i ted that her son William, "will an hour as it came down the
gau in two ten-day stints ed its way to a atop threou a worry about me.' hill."
ain thwein-Andtilles Comarnd wetcr o i wreek ed austomn oblies
VMTidmae tie tarsct lande anddIsmembered pedestrians. i

,.d J a the tare pl mo e we San Francisco police gan ts because ne does not 1ave.' u1- 411111111
pulling force, a tremen . tragedy 'the worst trafficacci-clnt individual re-
ratin their recent trie to contractors denr toppIn t he ci re'shist of N o ry.oue to continue onger a

te I em J ob. ne edess rWto In addition to s the driver i, the m pres e wi .
fdal the RCATs unique mls- runaway monster killed six per-
lon. The m ost difficu-lt as the sons--some of them pdestrians, I0.60-
dismintlin and asking of a some of them motorists-and in-

... ." "nai' aietntmpeteDamage ws S eghstimatd thkp it I t
sixty- oot catspt which jured three others, two of them ,*
launches the radio controlled seriously.dWd 3:
S. aircraft. Damage was estimated by the WASHINGTON, May 28 -UP)
The 38th RCAT Is the only fire department and insurance ad- -H. Struve Hensel. who figured
unit of this nature in the Carib- justers to be at least $100,000. in last year's Army-McCarthy
bean Command. Last year the According to thea su rvivn investigati-on, quit yesterday as
RCA-, made two trips to Pur- member of the truck crew, Wayne assistant secretary of defense.
-toR, 16.DeWolfe 38 of Little town, Colo.,I Hensel said he was resigning,
I-.... .the 12-wheelf l semi-van began its because he does not have "auf-
-death plunge shortly a ftergthe ficient i individual capital re-
S R COT TROOP 0 during their recent trip to Contractors Hill. driver topped the crest of No t sources to continue longer as a

-- -. *n r. : -..l...h a. and unced to the bok op a pared n e c IndiM I
,% ipTojeCub c m. se Brands, ro)eWhie t engineer and J. J. Morris blast- Hill anesses said started down Clay er s a p c s
T oa4ndg Sandra Byrs o. Kneeling, to r. : DeWolfe l said the driver W iI- Heinfomed president Risen-U
Stunning Beverly oYett and Crlyn Co. The grlhe tken several am R. McCandless, o ve nsIne he ere

til n..h b r . Yrb u s nteu se on u o e
nhi weArow point evetal servierOuc e sa jects. port w ll, Ia., suddenly shouted he haden- sam i The umercn.peolean

osve benr takihe an ny ough. tire block was a scene of hor e Defensor r our llis abroad w sur
a b' m e te; i ghe ,, mber oB pare.14fto u.for Baby, sh the o with ht to keep i t in the e and f freedom throughout

Sittend.n the. ou 2. noor pid-o e Toe 3 " me m iddle of the e tree as we pick the worldprogressmade
\\hinep e w.ima a eetn cL Hr ,rd som rth ing to bill-don't re. 'could have participated further
irretsodt ede ed yi Ie. r hI orh m blr ed s oA hn ch r eakt it n carrying out your program,"
frmebe tro j and opened te edo Hensel wrote t W President.
fo-m.erto ,, I opened the doorIn of adeye; and inr u rea.d.et I "
and ounces to the top of a parked anIaa
ca:Tre huhIcapital resources to conledub

A& 9DOUB"LE : lr. DIT ol4b r.,epiorted ths l,,st of dea
"-IWO-W--rtaE_. aeyp despitewhi ppiniE rough i
cAim/ejelunderoth rartfveds,"tr one Just 8 al oaL
whlI wrde t Earl Srorc and deabot abynce gn-lh ui o0rof rant Avenue, it tore into the IItho10datie t IMPs/ e
12....". .twryYou'llbe u r howfirst automobile. etinga.... .... ..
tion h e ard"ohn Goaugh.flagwe.eaded tire block was a scene of horror. our allies abroad will. I am sure,
was heldun to Den 2 and Den 5 for having Whenbuyingfstufe-a m HONORSfor tsThe aven Te n comedy ro ohne ccarto wo
.of Cubmste the highest number of parents toys for Baby, shun the one.-with rec'i-ed as Belgiums, grt- another, crushin d useveralIitoek t
attending the outIng sewn-on or pinnedon eyes Those est. Smile Verhaeren. Is hon r"wads of paper. pthea ndred o t u t
J Jks Meeting clQ4byalcuba tiny hands can work loose anBy. ored in thu stamp cotu"em,- A police officer was strucktheIworld."

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NEW YORK, May 28 (UP)-A 24-year-old Go-
liath of a kid from the sandlots of Detroit, Norbert
lHenry Zauchin, made Red Sox fans forget momen-.
tarily today that there ever was a ball player named
tTed Williams.
Until Teddy boy finally gets fast-starting their opponents to
ready to play, Zauchin's near- death, scoring from one to four
recordd performance of three runs in the first inning in each
home runs, a double, and 10 of their last eight games for. a
wuns driven in last night in a total of 20 runs. Ford whizaed
S6-0 triumph over Washinyton Iln with a five hitter.
dl be enough to keep the folks Lefty Billy Hoeft gave Cqago
jn' Aoston hapPy. only six hits in a battle with
SZauhito the six-foot, 41/ Inch Dick Donovan, and the homer
t baseman who ousted both by House in the fifth was all he
tarr" Agimnis and Dick Ger- needed. Detroit now is within
ert from e post. started out half a game of the third place
last night with a two-run homer White Sox.
.1n the first inning off Bob Por-
terield. In the second inning he Bobby Hofman tied an all-
d4rilled a bases-loaded homer tiUme major league mark for
*ff lefty Dqsn Stone. He lammed pinch-homers with his -inth
*4 double off the left field wall and his third this season when
to hrlnir In one run in the fourth he connected to tie the score at
nd homered with two on In the 1-1 for the Giants in the sev-
ifth. Jenth. Mays clinched it with his
"'"" Iround-tripper in the eighth.
i.e ,od in 1 ,runs ~ httt.edi inmell nitch d a sevun-hitter

IIlS tUoal u/l iu ruit u-1.----
vas one under the Am erica
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League mark of 11 held by Ruy
York of the Red Box and Tony
Lazzeri of the Yankees.
Zauchiu. who played high
school ball in a Detroit suburb,
Almost signed with the Tigers
but settled for the Red Sox when
.te Tiger scout failed to come
back with a final offer after the
youngster sat on his front porch
uIAnd 'waited for three -dvys. This
seeron, despite a slow start, he
wAs kept at the first base post
an *as hitting, only' 2~4 with
S justt'.lve runs driven In tor the
yi!r before he went on his spree
Plat night.
Tom Brewer, hitherto strictly
a a.hard-luck pitcher, was given
a e s hitting support for the
Stflrt time and responded by-
I. p'-ring Washington to six hits.
T:ie Yankees improved their
first place margin to three
mes with a 6-2 victory at
Baltimore, sixth of the year for,
.W1itey Ford, while Detroit edg-|
.ed r'hicago, 1-0, in a squeal!rj
Odecl.4d on Frank House's hom-1
S er. Clevclpnd at Kansas City Was
S uine out.
-al M beat the Dodgers
,for the 23 1time when Willie
I," iMaybrM'eked ~wo-run homer In
3-1 Giant decision in the Na-
Itiogal League. The Phils cael
aI oO behind to defeat the PIl
.teA -2, In 10 innings while
!Me C.dinals topped Cincinnati,
14, and Milwaukee out-blasted
'Chicao, 7-5, in a battle of
ho.me n f.
S e Rbinson, fill-in firit
b mtr-n for the Yrnkees hit a
thIsP-r"n homer In a our-run
tfit. The Yankees have been
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INewrmk..'...32 18 .550 7
Mnis eue# ...19 20 .487 o0
Cincinati .. .17 20 .450 10^
PhiladelVphia ..15 23 .395 13
Plttsburgh ...12 6 16 1g
Brooklyn at New York
Mlwaukee' at Chicago.
Cinciinati at St. Louis (N).
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THE PANAMA OUTBOARD -MOTOR- BOAT ASSOCIATION Is plannilhg speed boat races In Panama Bay on Sunday the 19th of
June. All proceeds will be donated to the "Cruz Roja de Panama." Six high speed races will be run over a triangular course
and all of the popular speed, boat drivers will participate. A cordial invitation to race is extended to any resident of the Canal
Zone who is interested. For further information call Ed Abbott at Panama 2-1083. The races will start at 1:00 p.m.

Herb Mitten, Jim Riley

T.. kA^t I DA A C:;rL.

Car mel Costa Clinches

CALt A CdAAl .' T;+tl

for his fithvictory. i iveetI ini r n. rinia inuI rM ,i daut
After Andy Seminick hit a -- -- '
Phles went on to beat the Doc Herb Mittenand Big Jimthe Smoot-Paredes and Juvinia NEW YORK, IU 28-(UP)-
rates with a succession o n- Riley will tee off at Gamboa to- 4Match play champ, the betting ttocky, eab fiCgrmelo Cos-
gles that produced threeoruns ofin zartorow in the Pan Amerlcan to date slightly favors Riley, but ita of B ro:yn, cnihed a shot
the 10th. Herman Wehmeler World Airways 5th Annual In vi at tee of time will be about at the featrweight crown. la
beat Pittsburgh for the 15th tational to determine the 1955 even. I'aht by win A r lop-slded de-
time in 16 tries champ. 4 on over lip Perez of Brook-
I' Mitten is just about the best In the first flight que of the I,n in their radio-TV 10-round-
Rookie' Luia Arroyov won his Medal play golfer on the ISth- conming young stars Bandly Hin-,tr at Madisotn, Square Garden.
fifth game without a loss when us at this writingand there ins atpop Costabrow red and 21, 1
Paul Laalmt ea w -. in t iis little doubt but what Riley Is ilar kobbe Sargeant DWe Bean will meet champion Sandy Sad-
two sorel ,e lief ons o-the best match play man at end one of the members of the tiler of New York for the 126-
scoreless relief in gs and L i sent Victorious Armed Service Gofit pound title "probably In July"
Rip Repulki hit a two-run St. Mitten is very constant and a. This will be an cellent according t managing director
Louishomer.-un veryseldom is in trouble, he match and the public -see in Ha rr Markson! of the Interna-
M e d Chag usually coasts along and comes Hinkle a golfer that in .a few tional Boxing Club.
three-geM e winning streak in a in very close to par figures* Ri- f he continues as he has
sl 'efe ic in y ,on the other hand will let g the at two years a tel- Costa said in his dressing
ad hnnw LW himBil lBr.utn his booming drives wander out .W that h dominate 1 inian room, "I've seen Saddler fight
th winn and andy Jacks of the fair way into the rough fa Ia Johnny MacMurray. And I'll do the best I can to beat
adBob Speake for the Cubs and some times he pays the pen- him."
S-.--k fo h ub. ..alty and some times he picks up rn the second flight young
a birdie or an eagle. Wall Pearson from Albrik, a Co managers Steve Paris
^ Big Jim .doesn't know what I bau hitter, will tangle with
l play safe means, it's all or noth- BI Duffus the putting lend, and
inga for him, and his system n has as the old a tyi wnoe d "Driving P Ui (P
S beenpaying Off this year, antd for alow, puttlin'.r dough." I re .rIunners a
H i h,. mawhen he io almost counted out Sergeint Clyde Shaw and the e.
I when he is the dangerous. Jimn Prl of the British Islas Tex
Is one of the: few that has the Whay, should put on a' good 1 M ieUr y
equipment to shot ose.long match in the third flight. ,
Sounds that bal ftL a tee, 250 formed basebaltl player, Billy "
--- f yards and 275 yards are just Coffey, will take on Hall, If Billy r ie aceC
middln' drives for him ad hs plays golf like he used to play
wedge shots are mighty close to #, Culidado.
the pin,- he will come up with
a double bogey now and then, The fifth flight will find a LONDON, May 28-(UP)
but hle is always going for. the well matched pair in Navy corn- Three runnersin one tantas-
neixt one, a yery Colorful golfer mander Dusty hoes and Jim tie race cracked the four-min-
aw a" a(owd pleaer. .r (Hole in One Bu tlimf Jim can ute file at London's White
This match la sa natural and play 0as good as his wife teo,I he Ci, Stadium today.
the two beat are facing each should have little trouble, but If ngary's L Tabori won the
other. Mitten is the 1955 medal he doesn't, the suit cases will go0 nbadle race in three minutes
play amateur champ, Riley is to the Navy entry. and 0 seconds. Only a frac-



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Young Jack Perantie of the
golfing Perantle family seems to
be in rare form these days as he
won his flight at Summit in the
recent Juvenla tourney and
here he is again matched with
Bargeant Roberts in the sixth
Another sergeant, Smith, meets
McKenzie In the seventh flight,
little Information is available on
these two golfers.
Matches will start with the
seventh flight teeing off at 9:00
a.m. and the remainder ollow-
Pan American Airways has
flown in some of those excellent
New Orleans oysters. When the
matches are completed we will
see Itf they are.like they used to
The whiner-'of each flight will
take home two Sampsonlte Air-
plane suit cases and the runner
up will get one.
Elton Todd will be on hand to
greet the golfers, present the
prizes and partake of a few oys-

'Y' Hoop League

Ft. Davis defeated Coco Solo
Naval Station 66-61 in the play-
off game which decided the
championship of the Cristobal
YMCA-USO Basketball League
Thursday night.
The game was close through-
out, as were the former two
games played by the two teams,
were tied for the league lead at
the end : t-e regular league
schedule. Superior height under
the basket ti4Ped the scals in
avor of Ft. Davis, which came
from behind in the last half to
Coco Solo Naval Station w.sI
the winner of the sportsmanship
award for the fourth consecutive
year, winning out over Ft. Gulick
by an exceedingly close two hun-
dreths of a point.

Ft. Davis ...........8
Coco solo ......... 7
Ft. Gulick ........ 3
V. P.-45 .......... 2
Harbor Defense ... 1

Lomt Pet.
1 .888
2 .777
5 373
6 .250
7 .125

lpxo oi a econd behina him
ran .Bitain'a Chris Chataway
and Bryan Newson, timed in
A fourth Briton, John Dls.
ley, ram fourth in what once
would have been a good mile
running time-4:09.0.
The world record is 3:5 .0,
set by John Landy of Austra-
.li at Turkey, Finland, June
31, 1954.



Toronto ....
Montreal .
Havana ..
Buffalo ...
Isyracuse ...

Pet. GBo
.692 -
.659 1
.568 5
.564 5
.474 81
.395 11
.294 14
.294 14%

Montreal 303003 001-10 18 1
Buffalo 000000022- 4 6 0
pLelan and Bucha; Birrer,
Erickson (3), Stump (8) and
Streull. LP-Birrer. HR-Nelson
Toronto 022 100 100-6 13 1
Rochester 200 002 000-4 8 0
Blake and Berberet; Beard,
Ludwig (3), Jacobs (8) and Bur-,
brink. LP-Beard. HR-Burgess,
Clark, Rodriguez.
Richmond 010011000-3 10 0
Syracuse 000 110 40x-6 8 2
Conanely and St. Claire; 4rick-
son, Johnson (5), Lovenguth
(8) aod Heyman. LP-Johnaon.
HR-Bowman, Micelotta.
HavaaMa 000101011-4 10 0
Columbus 200000005-5 11 6
Cueche, Sanchez (9) and No-
ble: Wheat and Lakeman. LP-
Sandei. HR-Morales, Linmer.

Coco Solo .............
t Oulct ........... 24
Harbor DeMi; ......


and JSry Salles agreed to let
Costa a1tet alddler although
recently they had thought
young Carerle ought to wait
until next year.
Costa, scaling 120 pounds to
Peres' 1304, was faster and
much mre accurate' than his
reputedly harder. punching op-
pontent. And it was brown-hair-
ed, baby-faced Carmelo who
seemed to land the more explo-
sive punches.

Althougco0ota i Arated sixth
among fedther-'entenders, one
notch above blaek-haired Perez,
they we.W into the ringtat "even
money." But Costa kLept winning
so handily that It became ap-
parent in the" later rounds only
a knockout could'save perez..
Carmelo used combinations of
hooks to bdy andhead to beat
his abg, sha -shooting
oe r h ere Is a
sl-rpshooter with is right, he
was*ulssln s shifty target by
wide "n' Ts mi eveiy round
last nIft.
TheirW rete no'l~oikdowns,
lh the sixth, Costa landed the
hardest 'pueh of fbe bout, a
right hook to the head that
knocked Pere sideways. Pe-
ref suffered a gAhT hlh one
hiW left forehead In the last
The judges had Costa far a-
head. Jack Gordon voted 9-1,
and Artie Aidala, 8-2. But ref-
eree Mark Conn had it tighter
at 5-4-1: The Ullited Press gave
Perez two rounds-the fifth and
seventh-and the other eight to
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Milwaukee 002 130 100-7 11 0
Chicago 011001200-4 11 0
Conlegt (7-1), Buhl and Cran-
Jones (5-5), Cohen, Andre,
Jefcoat and McCullougb, Chiti.
(Night GMO )
Brooklyn 100 000 000--I 7 0
New York OO000012x-. 93 0

Ersklne (6-2), Roebuck


Maglie (5-3) and Westrum.
Cincinnati 000001800-4 8 0
St. Louis 212 000 20x-7 12 1
Nuxhall (4-3) Podbielan, Val-
entine, Klppatein and LandrIth.
Arroyo (5-0), LaPalme and
(Night Game)
Phla.' 000 000 0023-5 12 0
Pittsbtrgh 100000 000 1-2 7 0
Wehmeler (3-2) and Semin-

Littlefield, Friend (2-1), King
and Shepard.

Rough Shave

Brooklyn AB RH 0 A
Gilliam 2b ....... 8 -10 39 1
Reese as .... ... 4 0 1 0, 3
Sniderof t,...,, 1 0 0 4 0
Campanella c .... 4 0 1 5 o
Amoro, lt ...... 4 0. 1 '4 0
HdMilb, ...>.. 4 ,00 -6 0
Robinson Sb ^..3 3-04 1 1 0
P-ob --3b -3,
Ersklne ........ 3 0 0 '0 0
b-Kellert ......... 1 0 0 0 0
STotals 31 1 7 24 7

New York
Lockman lb .... 4
Dark as ........ 4
Mueller rf ....... 4
Thompson 3b .... 4
Mays cf ......... 3
Irvin If .......... 4
Williams 2b ...... 2
a-Hofman ....... 1
Gardner 2b ...... 1
Westrum c ....... 2
Maglie p ......... 1


0. 1
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0 0
1 3
1 1
0 0
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30 3 9 27 10

a-Homered for Williams in 7th.
b-Fouled out for Roebuck in
Dodgers ........ 100 000 000-1
Giants ......... 000 000 12x-3

(Night Game) -
Chicago 000000000 ,4, 0
Detroit 000 010 ",8 0
Donovan (5-2) Chaknl and
Hoeft (4-2) and Hbusi.,
(Night Game)
New York 40001000--6 11 1
Baltimore 110000000-4 0
Ford (6-1) and Berra.
PalUca (1-5) and Smith.,
(Night Game)
Wash. 000 000 0-0 4
Boston 360 381 Ox-1tl3 1
Porterfleld (5-8), Stone. Aber-
nathy, Ramnos and FlteaGeald.
Brewer (1-) and White.
Cleveland at Kansas City
(Poestpoed rain)

The Hit ParMde

(Based6 en 01 ofcial at bate)

Player and elub g ab r h Pe.
Ashburn, Phila. 27 109 20 44 ,'*
Muellpr, N.Y. 37 155 1 66 .36
Schoent, 8t-L. 368 1S728 48
Virdon, St. 1. 31 123S 42 .34
Klus'skl Cicl. 31.141 34 47
C'nella, Bklyn 38 141 36 47
f i. 161'5 .76".-
an, lt t l 574r
Power, AC 1611 *.42.JB9
Mantle, ,N.Y. SB'137 42-46 41
Lollar, Chicago 34 105 18 34 .334
Klusewskl, Redlegs ..... 11
Snider, Dodgers ..... .. 11
Mantle, Yankees ....t... t1
Zernial. Athletls .... 11
Mays, Giants .....,... 10
Campanella, Dodgers ,.. 10
Berra, Yankees ..... 10
Campaneta, Dodger :... 40
Anider, Ddgers .....,.. 8
Berra, Yankees ....... 85
Kaline, Tigers .... .2,. 34
Mantle, Yankees ........ 4
Mantle, Yankees .. *. 42
Bauer, Yankees ....... 39
Snider, Dodgers ...... 35
Smith, Indians ....1.5.. 935
Dark, Giants ........... 31
Bruton, Braves ......... 31

RBI-Snider, Hotman, Mays Kuenn, Tigers .......... 57
2. H-R.-Hofman, Maya. Sacri- Mueller, Giants ....,... 50
fice--Maglle 2, Robinson. Sacri- Kaline;. Tgers ......... n$
fice fly-Snider. Double-plays-- Dark, Giants ............ *
Maglie-Dark-Loekman Left on Aaron, Braves .......... 40
base-Dodgers 8, Giants 7. Bases
on balls-Maglie 3, Ersklne 2. PITCHERS
S.O.-MaglUe 3, Erskine 4. Hits (Based on d decislem)
off -Erskine 9-7 1-S3, Roebuck Newcombe, Dodg .. /7 0 Jt
o 2-3. Runs and earned runs -'Arroyo, Cardin .. 5 0 1000
Ersklne 3-3, Maglie 1-1. WP- Jeffoat, Cubs .... 5 0 1.000
Maglie (5-3). LJ.P. ,rskine Turley, Yankees ... 8 1 .M9
(6-2). 'Conley, Braves .... 7 _1 .75



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SAN FR. NCISCO. There has beau so much talk, and t
mnuch ,_ten &a d baseball o"thre new big league the
from he let would et have been too surprised to hear tha
Giaats or the Yas ware de lan town for a week-end series wth
* A besides, he remembered very distinctly reading--h, it
Smut .Jave been U'o SOyeis ago, or so lt eemed-that te
'> voted a M nHolo bood Issue to buld a plant that wouM
be1% e ropriat l eaguq play tanthe one the present
minor league entry uses.
Well, as it turns out, that is as far as the move to bring big
league ball her ever got. and from the looks of things, it's as
far as it is going to get for some time.
As a matter of fact, the baseball people would be much oblig-
ed if you skipped the subject altogether and talked about some-
thing else, the climate, the scenery, the paintings in the Bohe-
mia Club or-"Say, before you leave you must take an afternoon
off and visit the zook. Yes, sir, you just must see Kookaburra.
A laughing jackass frg Australia. You think Red Skelton's
funny? Walt'l you sa0 jooka.
Wiha happened was, the gu went off at the wrong end.
Net *nly d the campaign to rasc the aiw leagues get no where,
but ia the eosfuslln, thleal product lost whatever distinctloe
it I4 as a first class-or at east, a atlsfaetery-baeMball attrae-
Obviously, It was second rate, or else the voters would not
have been asked to get,uo S4 million for a new and better deal.
Of eurse, nobody ever had aMny illusions about the relative qual-
ity of POL baseball, but this was the first time the fact took the
form of public admission and apology. This, In the main, was
the basis on which the bond Issue was sold.
Even when it's the o" Wheel In town, repeated disparage-
ment Is not calculated to teom business. The fans have been sold
that this is a big league city. Understandably, they say-"OK,
mister. tbhe give big league basebalL"
Se, In addition to the common economic miseries which beset
all miner league cluue these days, the Seals have a problem that
is M ay local although 4he situation Is much the same In
LUs Angele, which hAs a"Wo talked bi and done little with re-
spect, to acquiring a big league franchise.
And these ae the only two cities on the West Coast which
are potentially equipped to make a go of big league baseball.,
now or in the foeeeable future-and juat what the foresee-
able future, In this Instance, muans, is anybody's guess. -
U NOlMr i leaue oan tie esm t appears to be
aewy a than A A yeo t ag a.Alof an sudden,
sea s m to h *IPS the abilttle abandoned.
it hba bas nh41 for the ti g a
nleogw's e i t, Ch owi Ms traded In

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.o m R WANT T?
.W wieh the gOleman luck. (The temptation to add "hell
deIft" la hard to ra)
S-.Meanwhile let's take another look at the blue arint for big
ea baball here as t was originally drawn. *r one thing,
thebed Issue which p ay .not be an ,senate measure
of t unity's eatleB. It baa eatbc K.t
any of the 4 m o avdlab, the city must first
hov~ nacqlred _uAeW a vt ea. This does

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.lans'-r near completion or
Moa's"bIg outboard mo-
t a seven .vent po-
smmponsored by- Me
Dtillers of Panama
und sanctioned by the CAI.a
.one Outboard Raclng Assocla-
SThe-battle will be staged an

-fdred9 del Bbat Club,. The
lrgro f racers will hit
the -t.101g line at two o'clock
Ii thr afturneon.
The trophies and pries do-
nated' by National Distillers
which are now on display at the
pedro Miguel Boat Club have
attracted all of the Canal Zone's
top drivers. Fourteen competi-
tos hae been gned nu

Ralph Dugas, Bill Egger. Wor-
ley Evaln, Earl Mitchell and
James Arnold.
Oeorge Egger, Jim Riley, Tom-
my Egger and George Ford.
Jim Ramsey, George Hudgins.
Lloyd Kent, Richard Egger and
A. G. Winkes.
Race chairman, Tom Greevy;
starter, Dick Hirons; timer, Jim
Foster; crash boat operator, Vir-
gil Camby; judges, Fred Hatch-
ett and M-Sgt. mall.

Two Rocky Nelson

Rou papers Give

onreal dVk
NEW YORK, May 2-- (UP)-
A pair of home runs by Rocky
Nelson, which accounted for five
run, propelled the Montreal
oyadal to a L0-4 victory over the
Buffalo i9 os last night and
enabled the Royals tc keep pace
with the Intema lonpl League-
leading Toronto Ma Leaafs.
The Leafs maintMfned their
one-game advantage over Mon-
treal by defating .*he RochMter
Red WmIg, 6-4. wFl1 in other
aS, t re Syause Chiefs
downed the Richmond Virgi-
nlans, 6-3, and the Columbus
Jets defeated the Havana Bsgar
Kings, 5-4.
The homers, Nelson's sixth
and seventh of the season, came
with one man on In the first and
two on in the sixth. Ken Leh-
man gained the victory his sixth
of the year against two losses
Tom Burgess and Allis Clar
hit homers for Rochbester, but
they couldn't offset Toronto's
early lead. Eddie Blake want al
the way for Toronto to pick up
the victory, while Ralph Beard
the first, of three Rochesteri
pitchers, was tagged with the

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NOT many anglers would find
a detailed ife history of nymphs
ter3sting. It's enough to know
that an artificial numph repre-
sents the immature state of cer-
tain aquatic asctsthat form the
Facts var with toe species, but
for a period of a year or more a
She nymph hides under stones or
in the muck of a stream bottof.e
ence, trou look for numpha by

bed, and so the first method of
fishing a num h Is to cast a deep
sinking artif cial directly up-
stream, addling no motion to the
Sdirfting lure.

ad OF THEy wrryh'eipt hangs onto terin, re usin to let Torloink travel nght The second method Is eier, the ehlple n to
theoyal fanily ended he jumping events of the European !Roike Trialk. I tse ate r tin up. or d E f
stream, and letting the numph perplexing situation at
w s drift for several feet, the angler in the course of quqUS
c. works his lure in short pulls to trout hump, or binge. te w ,
Simulate an active numph riss some of them cut the durba
ing from the stream bottom to their dorsals, but usually
That will lead him out of the with fish just sucking at= t
River. food. The trout' eyes ar

aa ea24 e ars in National League hours of his life cycle, the nymph less the to try temp ti '
Written for NEA Service has to arrive some place where any fly, sunk or floa .
24 s i Nat ionlLag he can shed his sk l c le nd the does not simula tein a-hmaca
QUESTION: With .a runner on activity of swimming rom place nymph.
second base, the batter grounds to place is roughly ulicated by Beginning anglers oftenhop
San. Snead hinted none too B- -- to the shortsto e. The runner on this mid-depty technique. pretthis tsurfacea
ly to the United States Golf Asso- second Is caught In a rundown, 1 There are occasions, especially dry fly problem, but
nation he'd ass .up this year's during which the batter races to in slow owng streams and in could be further from the a
fl'l oil Open in San iraneisco If he second base. The runner who was lakes, when great quantities of
had to qualify. . whereupon' the on second base, in attempting toa nymphs rise from the bottom to
USGA gently extended the lit of get back, is obstructed by the hatch on top of the water.
automatic eligibles. *. --shortstop, who does not have the Trout understand this, and cer-
Didn't Jim Norris tell Intersa- s ball. The umpire calls obstruction. tainly anticipate the event. They
tional Boxing Club hirelings that 'What happens-Al Hansen. position themselves just a few KwV
if New York Commissioner 3 w To r inches below the surface where Tomorrow: Family Dane*
oelfnd got tooad r roh iun 11 Answer- The runner obstructed
H f dthtopeou h nh isI n-i t oeabase to whicboa B uffet Sta rating at 6 p.m .
a retaiatry measure?. E.runner returns to the last bas
Everyone calls pitcher ar ar Q. Stan Lopata of the Phillies ECt Today ,
so zonesseverely. Is the anything den ine y Van oefln
one day-In a playful mood, he Br e o uFalk d B C W
lassoed the Ngte g clubhousebory B'ots FalI
with a dexterdus knot he picked Mal aNtia s l oanga a it nd his not Plus: Kell ya", n'
Swung him from n overhanding camP irel- ch Th O Sausalls.
pipe. .Yo Iot" e gl
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t ris Vaery tion in a .o r ladelp iprohssonl footballRai re1 Mrim HOAtaIn
roa y Mana h Dres first guest On Ed M trroWs Per- O lst.,e Ntre Dalre recruits, w

wiggle with his hands.
Recent visitor to the Em lots
hacienda at Annapolis w asodie's
pop Joe, a brisk f7-year-old.
Eddie was driving bomne one night
through a spatteringv rain storm
when his headlights picked up a
briskly walking figure unmindful A@Th of t6 0 01E1ni.56 14Yes, sir! They cost led s because
of the downpour . -Yougotta be
crazy," muttered Erdelatz...Pause they're m ade in Panama now.
IIt wasthelder rd tzdoii that ICEROY
lhis daily four miles of roadwork... Therefore they're fresher. And...
At home in San Francisco, he jobsosince VICEROYS are med with
ing, in step with townsman lBobo ed to
Olson. . the Same ine imported, tobaccos,.
Speaking of Olson, the Dodgers' the quality remains unchanged.
Don Hoak, a veteran of 26 pro
middleweight bouts while savoring VICEROYS' filter enhanee th
in Jacksonville, playfully sparred
with ro mn Gil Hodgesimthe1fine flavor of its choice tobaccos
clubhouse the other .m. . .snap-
ted off, yawning, "Man, what
lucky day for B obo Olson when I teeth, and throat irritation

Lucy Marlowe, the movie num-

looking gent . "And just what smoking, me VICIAQYS
is your connection with sports?"
Webb, half owner of the New York
ball club and the man who'll pay .
hubby's bills . Whisper on the
Chicago front is that the h o p on
Virgil Trucks' fast ball is more
like a skip. .
How'd you like to follow this
routine of One of golf's venerable . .
names: gets to the club at 10:30
a.m., downs a straight shot of
bourbon, mixes his own formula
of bromo-seltzer, ahases it down
with 15 (!) and tonic, goes
out and shoots B holes of steady
golf1 comes Ia for 15 more gin

The ticket manager at Yankee
Stadium, Jack White, scouts foot- Only -
for the San Francisco 4ers ...The 4 weii..4.."ioew,
Framble Ryff career could have a V a f.
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'..,day T..here were Si pa- .P.el
'Nine births were ttported at e n,. Z .
Onti admitted and 93 discharg-y P-tle ordrlS
S deaths were reported at .Le, tee people know the truth and t country Lo sae" 'b ham ie t.

Vad Mrs. Thomas Meler, of Coco "1121ofMeWaroflode- stag sotaneous demonstra-
olito, son Pfc. and Mrs. Ralph sti .fmugaA. nogtM be U 0iof P la Md My ..eThey
.Oordon, o Coco Solito, dau>h- Dd s s ad shouted IL'o o hg
i Een Stoppers Election doyMpThy ei
r a James J. Rod- 9 tbs.' Una pMddent, 1t1 a King!a
a.iPces Nationwiarn Mail sik roth te s.-S
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ar e no l o sO n eat. ea no lec llee q ted thethe Tomd se

the week ending at midnight, While Eden met with this nun- pain's biggest talking points termed veteran of o co Nb i ---the- g iy dive
Monda thoc the Brtsh Labor Pary But the whole Socialist move struggle ut Morrion is 6tohe onl
Babies were born to the 1o-i e oe oon- e
owig parent of other nation-t cath A nization were 1. i have c- A a
sl fDMr. and Mrs. Joseph Pow- cupy e t i iyd E BELRAD Y ouvia, May Kihchev-naedye os currents it" basis that the YugoIslav drss omh e h re oe

S M C. and Mrs u munst leader N ta a a d the Sviet Union nor resin e l ofSturthereen oft

ol F d of For t aytoh : sop 8 rceto f r chev entered their fal staes which he declared that the USSR One highly placed official said tudente of C a in

SMr. Mr. C A 8erger of wh ch are Britain'sprincipal today with Whrrsdehcv appfa- based its policy on equality, non- it was ridiculous to dct the versity de ay
Reno City daughter: M--.

Sand Mrs. ani rs Mu- means f trsporati to acheve y intervention and respect for the Yu ls to believe
Mr. M ichael B. K y. Of Minster Anthony er seda slul d it left labor his prty toageneral election.mentary backing instead of s ereit and idepen ddede or "ex tio that the 1 r r
w cSity, of Fort Kob a side his election triumph today thout a weapon in the cam- Labor big ight now wI be rickety 18-seat majority the Tories evid the nine-moth- old e lav f the tKremin- .
M Mrs. Leen Boe, of r their s essfl sho mantle,with the issue nev held heretofore. eshavi n ement between the overn- Catholic Crehas utheresundt of part of the observance fr
rso and and M elections come to grips with a tretr muchpublicized split with er more open to doubt te tr parts o h alse reports about the station ntas national holiday, en
ring strike that could turn the na-1P Their e muchm estate,

aciso ofCocoll Khrushchev's statements designed chev' speech in which the Rus-.in Yugoslavia" by the late Soviet te ambassador Juan I. 1
rl ornothions railroad system levisinto chosthe official party leaders At- One possibility for the party'so make Tito forge nt minthe isn sa pay b os asked foris- htter security head "and people t Cruz Gurero pace ora offer.
Ten boys an d en girls were with e 24 hours. Itcomelee; Morrison and Hugh Gaitskeld leadership was Morrison, onetime tears were re- by Russia and relations with the Yugoslav or- him." been retedg a t the foot of the monetur

S ron of nama Mr tura expessionof an adult dem- i ts East European blo after Tito unit 'party and ggested that to Argentine liberator Jose
*2nd Mrs. C. W. oma ofa ocracy" and promised to "strike r- refused to knuckle under to the the two parties join in a *retur That was what the leader of the Mhiltnand Chilean hero Bernarj
bo- Revn and Mrs H hospital durin ward in uru oe the Torihes one of the cam Laborite foreign minister bat expectedl to shake cabiMarxismend by te me litn S et eleaion old the Yugosa O'Hqin s.
the week endng at midnigrunht. While Eden met with ths mn-paigs biggest talking poinulatsr was destedcribed veteranNor whih inudes the top preush la y people Thursday in a broad During te eremo te
Monday. according to the weelysters the British Labor P ary But the whole Soialist move- t struggle. ut Morron is 67eria for i rid s," t Yugolav other one-(Peron) Other ive
hospital report. d launched an inquest into ts de feats fent suffered heavily at the polls, and time appeared to b h is graeat- id to th t he to the ntionl

SC. Coe otRodanMr and mortem. Labor leader Clement At- n himself barely squeaked estay causEdnemythe. pit. h ed to tht iaken p- Yugoslavs would e te ea wei
ported. A total of 187 atenti pers ablamed big black headlines through with a vote in his conK hrushchev s G et one man, with a ereand, l of de
were admitted and 220 dischrg- "'Wny Did Lauour Lose?" I tuency 2000 below his total in t= ..For Eden, the election victory 1 wil the ban.
ed during the period. Returns from 628 of 630 consti-ilast eletcions. .lifted the 57 year-old diplomat "ugas Lg erT f==o.a j.will b=
The names and Mr addressed of tuencies the House of Commons above the shadow of Churchill and W ith held ev ia ltcneously .n;all provtin4
were: Mr. and Mrs. R, Kerns. W.overall majority, and Geoffrey Bing, were defeated Prime Minister in his own right.lt Y u osl v and Lg WM no

theppan t of Fort Clayton. Bbvao'g followers a blamed Ati- seat islieutenan ta.dMthc coha elo tFSo ti nstaledhmas ritin's 2r -nd
ofThe t hrs md beaten rshiprailroad strikeand many others of his followers He continues in office with ires brddal propaganda
Al : r and Mrs. was bitterly Eden o r the party lead- their victory marines halvedpeople's mandate t solidify An-with today morning session and appealed for "mutual confidence" basis, that the Ytoaa he e
frenshhfandbe ter: 28r .thdMre. s otaukpy between n whieWeEoeevcalled form-' bl a
. A. Whitaker of Panama lines asked "Who's To Blame?" Soclist shellacking wAmerian fren p an ter of the Soviet delegation Yuosla's Commun i- weren't buyin Khrushhev's bill
Col. and Mrs. L. P. Biancaniell, 65,000 engineers a n d firemen expected to mean that Attlee; now e forthcoming Big ur t s Marshal T and Soviet Co. proved relations between flags in A 060- 030
of Panama City: Capt. and Mrs. scheduled to walk out at midnight, ly Wmunorker t leader Nkita Khrus. lavia and the Sod caviet Union an n Meanwhile in Chile,
Gordon Field, of Fort Clayton- stopping 80 per cent of the trains chev entered their final stages which he declared that the USSR One highly placed official said students f Chle' U.
and Mrs C. A. th erer Panaa of which are Be It sain's principal mtod ay with Khrushehev a p p a- based its policy on equality, non- it was ridiculous to expeet t hhe ai t y dem.ta toda
Alon: Mr.c and Mrs. A. Mbul- means of transportation. gently failing tohis achiever any interventions respect for the Yugola to believe hruhev's cuio e
ton, of Parnma City: gllt. and pThe Conservative still w e r e great sreceson his mission .ofso independence or "explanation" that the 194se8 ster in| lletna.l
Mrs. R. Smith. of Fort obbe; slapping themselves on the backs .e of "forg lvene a."e o the contred s of Yugoslavia from the Kremlin-
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Jemmott, of for their successful showing in the High Yugoslav officials have in- He pointedly omitted any refer- run Cominformwas theresult of A
Par eso and Sgt. and Mrs. M. i elections. dictated annoyance withsome of ene to the other parts of Kru "false report about the situation enna' nonal holiday, Are
reason of Cocoll.anleader wKhrushchev's statements designed chevy' eel in which the -in Yugoslaviaby the late Sovit ine ambassador Juan. de
Girls were born tothe follow- Eden, in a television victory to make Tito forget the a e v e n sian party bos asked for better security head and pole Ii k e Cruz Guerrero pa floral offer
In mplrets and Mrs.atonspandb the outcome years of blockade by Russia and relations with the Yugoslavl b m him."

n parents: Mr. anted inMrs. Rod- speech, called(NEA Radio Telehoto) 'na- l a
ley Heron of Panama City; Mr.otural expression of and adult dem- -its East European bloc after 'itoemunlst'party and suggested thatt te t oe es
ind Mrs. C. W. Hoengineer, geofneral en- ocracy and promised to "strike refused to knuckle under to thethe two parties oin in a "return That was what the leader of the d Chila hro
boa: Rev.mand Mrs. W. H. Beeb forward in pursuit of the greaterKremlin. to Marxism-LeninismCo." Soviet delegation told the Yugos- d O
of Balboa Heights gt. and Mrs. opportunities that open b e r e One in particular was described Nor did Sole mention Kush people Thursday In a broad- During themo tu
D. L. Cockerham, of Los 'Rios: us. .but we are neither blind nor as "ridiculous." That was his as- chev's apology for the C o m n- cast speed soon after arrived, oups s
Poto. and Mrs. E. astafheo, of Rio oblivious to the many problems ertion that Lavrenti P. Beria, ex- form's 19 expulsion of Yugosla- r ina", t,
b o Cpl. and Mrs. F. Peras, facing us.", itspolited ead of the Soviet secret via or his blaming of Bera for "It is riulous," this Yuoslav o
'ElknaaCity; Mr. and rs. Labor concentrated on ts post police, and "people lik h the "fabrication whih he said okesan to th that the dent
~. C. Cole, of Rodman: Mr. and mortem. Labor leader Clement At- en p oeav nidel dto h th t thw
Q .sheally caused the split.haded to that "mistaken"expul.Y owoditrtbsidea
Mrs. H. Valley, of Panama Citytee blamed Aneurin B|evan's bal- As a result, the high Yugolav sion t oi thB andfti lofII troi poiit
nd Mrs. C. B. Darden, ky radicals for the Socialist down- official indicated, the Yugoslavs Yugolhv officials said m an y lieutoman, itehudiiI P
ncoi: and SOt. and Mrs. J. W. faillwere reluctant to take all his Yugoslavs were seething t the Sjviet governmet and party. there wereno it''e..i'O
APPIn, of Fort Clayton. Bean's flowers blmedAt talments of face value. Khushche's transparent attempt
s o ot tlee's mild ledrship.A 'ilomed sources said the con. to r the i state visit .. .
ron th ete s seatnd thseIttwowoud ference between the erstwhile i- to a Soviet'id al propaganda. -
IxO n losi ons b Lo the t wo d dealogical enemies woud end drive in his ava speechwhich
roth patyld-with today's morning session and appealed for "mutual confidence"
ership. that during the next week there between thetwo once-hostile Com-
i The Daily Mirror, in bold head- would be private talks between munst artes
WI_ w ,, f lAnesa skbd D a "Who's To Blame?"wo the Yugosiavs. poiantdly ped down Its flag in R E L E AS E 0.6 '-0.30
a B LabourLmembers of the Soviet delegation Yugoslavia's Conmmnist Party
fm ..l The Communist Daily WorkeratheYuoslavs.w poitedly decorated sap inlto
way by adhering to rightisthpoll. scheduled to v-i s i t YugoslIvia's make dear it was disassociating
Sixteen positions are -present- es Intad of the extremeian p. atomic center, the Vines nu- itself from any link with the
1? available In the Panama rR- wing leadership of Bevan. clear research institute, oubede Kremlin's select delegation.
-l- service according to the list Several newspapers joined in Belgrade this afternoon between a The party's action was o v er t
Of vacancies contained in the speculating that Attlee might re- Yugoslav government lunch a n d and ostentatious.
transfer vacancy bulletin bssued |rie from Labor leadership a n d a state reception tonight. Proceedings within the closely-
this week by the Personnel Bu. that deputy leader Herbert Mor- IY laThe firstdveiled reference to the guardedhconferencedroom where5ides
..welve are in the classifled The Mirror, which Is r- r '' sian attempts to move the confer- were meeting were secret.
related group and our In/said Labor's leaders wereot-oLor,". ee onto an alBut the "leaks" of information.1HEAR -.
craft group. The positions old too tired" and that the LaborrIpeered in today's Boorba in an I- about Yugoslav displeasure with
v be filled by transfer of eli- movement was baffled, bewildered trial by foreign e d it or Joze Khrushchev's methods obviously
e employes and applications and betrayed by internal feuds. Smole. were inspired.adOL0lv u
uld be traJmistted to the "There Is no doubt that dissen- *- Smole said the Yugoulav pub- A number of unofficial, but yell- .,.u",d"
loyment and Utilization Di- on in the Labor ranks had se. hd welcomed certain parts of briefed spokesmen, o u g h t out
on.effect son mrgin er," said s "tad foreign newsmen to let them know
Vaancie In th.e following Attlee. (day by Soviet p a r t y secretary on a "don't-quote-me-but-this -.is-
k-stenographer, clerk-tewisted in the' lotingshou N y c p r etn Attlee (center) chats with two buB drives outside the Waltham-
*trical engineer, general en- den's triumphant Conservatives ptowpolling stationIn ondon.
ameer, fireman, guard, steward, had tpied their majority in Co-i
aslpervisory clerk and superviso- mons to hold the first solid mar- 11m im s m im m min iina-
l7 storekeeper. of power for any party in B rit-
`P'ositions open In the craftlsin ince 1945M. "SI M S THTE R E.T '.... 1
mup include armature winder, Morrison said flatly the party. n I- 0.75 0.40
operator, towing locomotive must "re-examine its -policy on u- ".. C E N T R A L -
a, a plumbe. se d the party must have i Shows- 1:15, 3:45, 6:15, 8:50 p.m. -I
unittya ndiconference bef0ore it m.1
:E ksAtW llI triesd.ga in to unseat Eden. Mornl l- i 1

,m folks who've rot the ood|