The Panama American


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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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i p ti ceremony ,at Amor Cet A Panama included
A gion and Mrs Grace Gravatt; apartment President

CADET CHARLIS HUMMER delivered the Gettybug Address at the Corozal Memorial Services.
Others left to right, front row, are Master of Ceremonies A. J. Gauvid, Acting Governor Frank
A. 4unroe, Col. George M. Carroll and Rear Adm. Milton E. Miles.
1 (Photo courtesy US Air Force)
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Jet planes popping fiw6
lined man's willingness to fl
things of the spirit.
To Memorial Day crowd
Ism of the first Jt "fly over
dead added an extra dimensi
Petals east on the sunl
wreaths and roos offered
clutched in individual hands.
Clear blue skies, broken by a
few white clouds favored the
ceremioni, at both Mt. Hope and
Corozal as well as at other
points on the Pacific Side where
patriotic societies gathered to
pay honor to the military dead
of the United States in all wara
One evidence of changing
times was the unusually small
crowd which boarded the free
special train for Corozal Ceme-
At the cemetery itself the
total eowd was smaller than
In ether yea, but it was be-
erd that many thousands of
other Isthmlans followed the
bthe-spt *e on-est
ed by a fresh American flag; but
there were flowers on many
graves tof civilians.
Though the chief purpose of
Memorial Day Is to honor the
military dead of the United
States, It has taken on a broader
gnificne on the Canal Zone
and 1. the. terminal cities of
Sre It has become a day for
plan oers on all graves, a
tom art arly observed by
Wegs 3iUans an Panamanians
who work in the-Zone or are the
desendants of co0struction-day
Today's program differed from
predecessors in that it contain-
ed no g y
Alfred J. t 16BuBder
of Post -No. it L e /
coroi and the pladyn of ithe
day -w ELL by-V ol.
W. Cerro
man NavalR S tlon
Catet Chars M mtnr I"a

sho rtbcoI ..
ie Sstem r
rer t tives of th.
P, rotestant and
Durzfg the playing of Orieg's
meleetion, "Ases Death," vari-
Ei r ,presented their floral
The s wreath was present-
of rotocol of te a

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bood Deaths uIO 10 Help Urganize .3. r

Pfss 200 Strong Unions In RP -u r a

br Weekend ODo Jet
The Congress of Industrial Or- to holdlabor seminar in Puer-
ganzaon (CIO) plan to set Armueea w r the Chrd
Sup an offle in Panama to ad d Co. practically all
Panamanian labor to organize t the region's A force on
CHICAGO, May e-(UP)-e strong sad militant labor un- Its banana plantations.
Memorial Day wekeend trUffle ions, Informed source$ revealed a
mark ear today, lving O plans which include set- L:R n s e I ,n O
boe.sfori safe, andsanho- ting up an of c*In Pa1na-ma ClC LR
a ety on ty, spokesmanfor theP nflmi Relrom Heal
on the highways by d istry of Labor and Sdola Wel-"
..the motorists b oidnl h fare who reported that Daniel --- 0 -
tonight as motors etheBenedict, al CIO represen-For ow Orleans
life-ai caution they showed atie froa simnon pres-' LONDON, May 30 (UP) The CommnMist
during e holiday's earlier ently visiting the rstmus, has NEW ORLEANS, May 30 (UP)
hours. (up) ChinaNe Agenc .d
Aours U d s n n communicated the U.S. labor or- -A light rain fell and the wind na ews agency announced today tt eer
A United Press count since 6 ganization's plan to Panama. shifted yesterday to bring a re- fliers have been "sentenced" to immediate deported
p.m. Friday showed more than nlan authorities. site from the heat--and PI- from Red Ch
300 fatal holiday accidents of The spokesman- said the bly mosquitoes-for New Or- hn.
various sorts. Ministry, hic is interest leans. The four were tried by the military tribunal of t1e
in the formation of strong The biting pesut which have Supreme Peoples Court of China May the oa
Traffic accidents killed 11, but democrat laborn- made life miserable for every Court of China the official news
drownings 73 and miseMneus ions, h supplied Benedict person in New Orleans for four agency said.
mishaps 22 for a total 306 oith a lit of a he labor n- days, dropped noticeably In The four airmen to ed are
Rain showers pelted the na- ions now in existence. count after the brief mid-day The four airmen to be released are:
tlon from the Rockies t the Last Wednesday, Benedict at- shower. Jet oce Capt. Harold L. Fischer, of Swea City, lowq,
io Valley Sunday tended a meeting at which rep- But perhaps the best sign the who was downed near the northwest Korean border A i
steadily mounting toll of high- resentatives of 22 labor unions invasion may be *aning *as a ,;e
way accidents marred the Me- and farm workers groups form- hoped-for wind shift. The winds 7, 1953.
moral Day weekend. ed a Labor Unity Committee. turned Southerly last Thursday Lt. Col. Edwin L. Holler, of Wynewood, Po., who
Trafflo accidents took the jos H. River, of the TYPO- night and blew hordes of mos- Lt. Col Edw Heler, of Wynnwood Pa.
heaviest toll In Ohio, killing at raphers Vinlon. was elected quitoes from the salt marshes Sabre was hit at 40,000 feet along the Yale River bord '
least 18 persons. California secretary-general of the com-- no the Crescent City. between Korea and Manchuria on January 23, 1953. 1
counted 13 dead. Missouri 12 mittee. The invasion generally was
and Texas 10 in highway crash- Benedict's visit to the Isthmus credited as beini the worst In bailed out and was captured.
es. apparently also was responsible modern times. st Lt. Lyle W. Cameron, of Lincoln, Nb who
for the formation Friday of a Shortly before the rain, the Ist Lt. Lyle W Cameron, of Lincoln, Nab., whoe
The upsurge of accidents committee for joint action by wind shifted to north-northeast, Thunderjet was shot down near the border of northwest
prompted the National safety Locals 900 and 907, rival CIO un- at nine miles an hour. Not Korea on Oct. 26, 1952.
Council to urge motorists to ions on the Canal Zone, on strong enough to blow the moe- hose.M
u on the brakes" and endthe problems affecting the members qutoes out of town, but the 1st Lt. Roland W. Parks, of Omaha, Neb., whose r
annual "slaughter on the high- of both organizations. shift probably will keep more dio and gyro compasses were knocked out in a d
last year, 364 persons were tAmeran Labor OrganiS- Rain measured up to a half- over northwest Korea, forcing him to banl out after
killed In traffle Meldents dur-. tion C ) to wh i cthC O is Inch at the airport weather lau- his wy. He nn r P!*,n

f eothem un2Str krg I a .
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aW W sE 5W ErW El .e a@ but the waeat was Iaerall.y i 4 ja
8=tD aspi &I. a irel = %V
Cot ~ozl a. MhI. fair a Oaver t~rest of 7l ^ to the sI
er ~eer o d tndants ai tes Of so sot, lan
I .t and dl for'aree and Mo Hoa this morning under.- a_ fe l l o m D- apparently from the oiasquitoes, "Such action on the
g worldandhis unquenchable thirst for and Eastern ebrask to o eths A LC had caused swelling tO her right the CInse Communist r quest by nd
Oreat Lakes, and southward AtM11 f-oot. the department on
through the Ohio and lower Mi 30 P oErSURG, Pa., May-J C The invasion brought a sharp minate one cause of tern he hoped it would be ltd -s-
s gathered at the two Canal Zone cemeteries the symbol- (P)-Predt Mae wr at upturn in sales o inect repel- tioal enson." thefuture to have more en-
ro wh cal cermonies for merca's miltar tnded Memortal Day h lents and sprays. als usually It sad "The U.. government tacts between himself and t
sn tohei obsewanoer. The ralnfilll was hea vy in services yesterday hot, mu- heavy at this te of ear, grated a the
on lte obe anee. scswatwered sections o the t Mld- ae eh caused one boy bled andd tripled and went all d unwarranted sep ration Herefused..todlV
lit air by the planes added their acolade to the elaborate west and South, ranging up to to faint duil the singing of out of proportion. with the e which these airmen and their about the talks between
I by patriotic groups and the little bunches of field flowers 1/2 i es in p o uh "r ,o....mre"vasion. Many drugstores report- families have endured with such and Red ChinesePremer
y pa g tShowerste bunches field flowere i n southern e services also were marked ed their supply temporarily out, great patience and fortitude will En-lal.
Texas and in, the western parts by baptismal services for three- soon be brought to an end." But he said that If given p-
from the Governme-t Of P- -io delivered of Washington and Oregon. p eek-old Marilyn Ans Messner Joint IS MJ ping Eleven other American fliers tience and generoslt OILbtf
a Wa ngt and Oregon. -old Marilyn Ana Messae sl n jl u sides between the nIMted ba
irom the onament o Pan- dicton deliver by Rabbi Na- The rain was a welcome relief who didn't seem do mind a ins i dithm~o nnae de i fensewll nbv.
p than WtlIn, a salute to theft rom the three-day barrage of heat at all. el over. her boutryiva sadn dosonii-ile twl bb _.oa.. .e O am 6
atyengso, nation al nthems.dead by the ROTC flrlng squad tornadoes which battered 11 She peered solemnly over Oerfialhrbie t me
Of Panama anod n the United lnd the rendition of taps and states and left 118 persons dead father's shoulder at, the congre- hoeShetforfrica Of.ffrrlalseere Keisenaehe Redshcome.. .a
Brown read the services. ...eI I t because they never have been convinced that there wo a
The President, who played golf e Uds Frog OlympW sentenced to jail terms as far as overwhelming deslr.
and motored through the back- DURBAN, South Africa, May this government knows. f settlement both
roads of this historic Civil War 30 (UP)- A tiny frog named The State Department said it He said lack of pE
area Saturday, drove to the local Zulu Lulu broke the world's frog hopes release of the fliers standing on either s
Prebysterian church yesterday jumping record today with a signifies the intention of the sponsilb or the present
accompanied only by his cus- h of 18 feet, 11-1/4 inches. Communists "to at swiftly to which exists between the
tomary Secret lService protec- Zulu Lulu broke the record release the other American eit. governments.
tors. by more than two feet, out- Isens, c.ilian as well as mi He added that th release
M iMrs. Eisenhower and hder leaping about 400 entrants in tary, whose continued impris- the American armen
mother. Mrs, Elivera Doud, re- the annual "Frog Olympics" onment in Communist China first and major step
mained at the Eisenhower farm from nations around the world. has profoundly aroused the A- trying to get a degree of lowve
a few miles away where the first Among the areas represented merican people, Ing of tension."
family is spending the Memorial in the umping contests are Ca- Meanwhile, the American Red It sinified a e
Day weekend. lifornia, Malaya -and England. Cross announced in Hong Kong in attitude on Amelcam.0a2
..he President and a neighbor, The Frog Olympics are being that it delivered food packages nose relations," he said.
S en. Arthur 8. Nevins, sat two held at Margare, on the Natal today to Chinese Communist of Krishna Menon leaves m
ros behind the pew where A- south coast. ficiaL for distribution to 44 of London next rida d
braham Lincoln worshipped the The giant frogs from Malaya, the imprisoned mericans. he is likely to visit ew rk
day he made his immortal Get- Angel's Camp, Calif., and Kent, V. J. Krishna Menon, India's furtherance of his mison to
tysburg Address. England, apparently have been roving peace ambassador, an- ease tension In the Far Ear
I Nevins met the chief executive slowed down by their own nounced in New Delhi today the The successful effort by the
at the door after the 75-minute weight while little hoppers such Chinese Communists would re- Indian ambassador foil
service and they drove off to- as zulu Lulu have s o a r e d lease the four American airmen earlier bid by United N
gather. through the air. "within a few hours." secretary Da Ha&mm
S In addition to the boy who The international frog-jump- Krishna Menon who discussed who flew to Peipng at U
fainted, and older woman almost It finals are set for tomorrow the fate of the airmen when he reaction and held personal
succumbed to the heat. 8he night but the foreign entries de- was in Peiping earlier this with the Chiese leaders for re-
made it outside Just in time. finitely were out of the leaping. month, sa .the release was a lease of the American i tr.

Charming, Red- Headed Confederate Gidl Spy

Remembered In Wisconsin On Memor Day
WISCONSIN DELLS, Wis., May life of spying. She secured In- to the stage under the name of 1900, and then proceeded to Klo
30-(UP)-Most of the famous formation about the Northern Nina Benjamin. bourn, WI., ~o the 'town f
women spies in history havetroops and transmitted it to Belle left the stage to marry Wistansa Dells.
been remembered in name on- Oonfederate head q uarers an XMglih-born veteran of the There she luamc bed to ,A
ly, but one Southern girl with hronab one of her slaves. Crimian War, Cl. John Ham- heart attack .sd thre et SAM
bright red hair and a charming mond. The couple hd four chil- remains -ini t a
matter will be recalled in Sbe was not above evesdrop- dren but were fly divorced. ton frI M
graves db ceremonies on this pine to secee t information for Because of this Southern s..
Memorial Day. e. Stonewall Jacon and women of the day regarded her Por yam 3Ie6V w%
That irl is Belle Boyd, prdelRobeit u although her with open scorn. tended b y me A
Of Maiuneburg, W. V., ducr ihain ugal the trick. Her third husband, Nathaniel pos ad he rtemulAd
the war between the states and nme ai Jackian made Righ, was 1 mr her Jd ar. U d 1 W h out
uwell Ioed heroine to the people her a cipt the 0onfeder- He was a sh she had m fen
of Wiunlaw,. ate A althgoDh others say in one of her state appearances. n e
it, #ft a afyneanota1ew n aBO Wi IIn un 1s6ed9.of,
A-othe ae a 17 Banl shot a e a ahre loyy utin sees sell a
Unoi soldier who invaded her hi w a t he=ame noney ad and
home e hen she and her mother ae m arrested m ad imprs- sto of .,herI
were sh m. onedtwice by te northern ar- Cp
7R-e 6a was investigated and my, and after her eond re- and sod for the
Belle e nerated. In fact the she was too well known to sum of 5 a OeWa
V Itbgofficers iounad the much more spying. At the a Of 4 elle
g Adir d's they placed a bsm marruled a naval enain. totour the cn odira -
ehome eb oreardinge, but he died tic rutal oe r
d ft* tiMwa, leaving a Conflderate
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CVf.I IOGRBAMS The fast growelr electroles to.
S dtry prInvesentm inereatg po rt

The question so often heard on our USAn program about bees tor .ntve.ors. W ane, -n
being only "half rlght." When we go back to the states and general, electronic stocks appear
someone asks us what's toe top tune of the week wo would be relatively attractive, were are
Strong we answered. Of course, I've learned what to and certain actor to consider beto
*.at not to do on a vessel, and many things via CFN that are making commitment m mlsid.
B .P Some electronic stocks ae gl l.pj A
But, what do you lIlteners think about your station's "popular lng at high prices in relation to
mubic" programs Rave our heard the records that have been earnings, d Onds and book val-
hittung usla Januar.y "Melody of Le ," "Davy Qipckett," urs. In thesMxIsses, market prices
cla'p"ed y or .Dee" pver are based on future expectation s,
W can't some earangaeants be get the Hit Parade and it may he years before thee
program over CPI? We areinot that far away'from the ZI tha prices are Justified by actual earn-
we c har lad now or at l t dring the pt th
ii w. musi- le glMn d le n ate teasstnGl competi -
c" Tsuesio nao of enh d out quesMtoires to ag. d considerable u wber of ompaale,
find out hat they would like to listen to.' Stories about iMS have entered Ua field toin rent
foeind sutw* wht the th t n tewyears Some 0 you may reme- *
n' Recordi n played between progeama are old and have been ber the fairly severe re-adjust -
taset ttow doon time. Thes even repeat One Night Stards. mnt the air- odltlontng industry
Davy Coueatt" toy for lids are all over thritates theo even underwent i 4. So many eams
write "nro rre cowboy uat." Yet, we ,haven't even heard the peae shad, tdoash inb oo
C "* ew onnel should start looking fo some way to get that consu excess -ro
I mething new in records. Local purchases ean even be made. t n e capct was deve pre
Surely, you CN listeners feel as I do uke boxes get very Finalyd th electronics edustryin

expensive too. No But radio CN i, all I can get aboutt isade-pen e st to some eW tt
an ee-i "n a "a weedle De".s I that's a e third of a el ar
tor_-_ove o yements go to the defense establishw

Sr: serious reperc uiu ns on the Indu s'
S torching weather ia on us a month ahead of time, but we try ac vin eooeay.
i get good raitens all over the state and country. Some are icek- taite ntere t ut erns in the e t
, a canteleupod s a month earlier nmathan sa~ lt ta n ctory mitment s rver h idglst-

riter overloaded with cattish. Put out a trout line, and in a few o the investor who inclines to-
minutes hooked 174. Kind ot wlis I had access to that part of ward large and well established
the river, as fresh catflh is not bad eating. comaesGeneral Electric and
We didn't get a chance to ride the new car to Waco. Frank's houseElectric are obvious
icle Sam msid they wanted him to make a plan for a two-mile choices. After so ash
m~way extension to Brccks. Still accumula ing vacation time*8 thisu year, West ouse pu b- d. M talina
Sno time to use it. *S lihed a disappointing first iuarg
e- Getting more letters from people wanting to go to Panama ke e t earning repoi rt, and is iur-
et igway. See my little friend Judy Pareda was visiting San" rently selling not far above Io -b BRUCE
Sde Chile. Will hear of the trip soon. 1955 low of 6 .I, as some in-
SHear our old friend Acaedos Cupatan who lived in Chiriqul formed observers x p e c t m-
ot ears is Lack in that country. If the old heart keeps ticking, proved operating results are mm the omis ma to h
t er Take it myself. While the prospects are against me, who sown later in the year hogler ,e W ar t the ..
a tall? prices foreeuso the stock could devel., who ftougtet w .

.&a tofasave the world for democr I. In such a noble c
i pop Wright hoiadio Corporation of Americ is cause, they would not die In vain.c
I--- oesa lonosm w tgt-- a tc O Ith anc We member, too what was said to the men
SIhingwnerso ueld. Sales of hover $b who fought Wored baar Ii Te p wa the war to s
ioe e on' m e -on- for the first time i RCA's end wars. Death would be harso and cruel, but a
History aree predicted foaIr 1955 (a u woula Fay ee a eurponi: It would bring
.ten fold rise s ince 1938). A reedd lasting peace an freeom.
Sve oa cents a share profit was ren No one can doubt that the two enat wara did
ported for tohe first quarter as l ndeed rid the world f tyrants an give freedom
om pared to u cents a tearGn te pew breathing s l, if not permanent Insurance, a

n ath t Nes t week' concludin ar cle But the streto between e wars was a trou-
a on electronis will discuss others te se bled, uneasy peace. And the aftermath o World c
o mI a e compianeeiin this field, ame W nrhaeVrea llylbir gtpeareatsellbutt, e
u dl hJahIteM o e \c l her Bdrs some eh ..ubl

^^ ^ for Custody Of Boy ^"W w6'^ **.a-J *""1'"St n
S a ou o n elie ti i or o ves isay erut nto a conflagration that wll
r k m f b F D If they do not succeed, then the men who died
S r ac th at ut t art In the great war will have made a nearly futile
CHICAGO, May a30 (UP) -.The sacrifice. They will only have bought a little
\ Stil accumlamother of two.year-old Kenny time for freedom..
SCasey sobbed quietly In jail to- A we fight to reserve our freedom and our
Sday, pleading for the custody of lives, we honor toe who yielded theirs so we
S' the child, she i. accused of a- ,. ilgt have this chance toendure, difficult t
So se b andoni though the ordeal may be.
-histwor rCe pediced "I need ue of small measures. We must be t t

h e sure didn't lke the Idea of being left home with the T -year-old mother -was
,19M ow, of6 ddf aO oe r ,waaIsn-

Bd hfien.itter. did she?" ld arrested in a cheap hotel satur- -
S- day after a wieek search. She ar
ad contributing to tthe u
opmet un of l inor. By BOB R
0AC.A FA TLtdI H Roberta, red-eeddf By O R
baen te boy. --
in ForAd. Salr. s ooe *b, ao u et ,c .

'trcsionly trying to iet
Sengh money toget he figures say an estimated off the ly passa
care of Kenny. r would never half-million AmericanT will be vis- the ilp to Susie I
run out on him," she said). ting Europe alone this year, and spell friends l
SLittle Kenny, meanwhile, play- heaven kows how many will be and shearing off t
e happily at St. Vincent's Or- spreading out to other lands. But, to enjoy herself a
an where hundreds of of- at a rough guess I'd say there'll grupe.
EARTI E Tadoptiop have been re- be at least a million new deadly
E A TI T v since hw e picture and sto- enemies from foreign travel alone. Ite selfasppoainte
Sry appeared In newspapers. not counting the lack of accord grupo unto
e was taken to the orphan- that Is manufactured on purely all ae o le anc
age last week after a Chicago domestic utin in which more an you are
couple aid Roberta left the boy than two people share vacation in 10 currencies an
with them and promised to pa expenses and aecomfodaton. or even n one m
SAT a week or h care. Mr. and t is early, yetbut I already tongue, looking aft
Mrs. Robert Ostler took care of know some le who have gone a iso a stag
dLONhRATULATIrugl. ear

Senny for about three weeks. through life as m friends, who body alwa
They said Roberta failed to re- now are not speaking as a result slows up the safa
ate of traveling en masse, or in a wondered off to M


.This lucky lady is the winner of our ex-
Squisite ene carat SYMBOL OF LOVE dia-
I,. mond. $v We are anxiously awaiting
yor visi
Please call at CASA FASTLICH'S main
store located at No. 32-25 Central Avenue
pmd pesatyour winning ticket No. 1939.
Wo' W eaer. waiting to put this beauti-
:b oI n 0 your finger.

alr.A '.N

-Mw".lf, -.AVIMW, RAN-

"There was no money ar-
rangement," the mother Insisted
from her jail cell. She said she
had heard of the Ostlers through
a friend in Springfield, Ill.,
where the boy was born.
Roberta said she had been
working as a waitress before her
arrest and planned to pick up
her son when she felt she had
enough money saved to support
The mother's case is scheduled
for Boys Court tomorrow. Mean-
while, the boy's father, Kenneth
y of Springfeld, charged
bshe deserted him in April and
too* the- boy with her.

st Tomo TwesHopital-

am t .I s, M .- X
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grupo, as they say in Spain. A
grupo is. destined for disaster
even before It starts, but such is
the loneliness of the average vaca-
tioner that he must align himself
with a mob, and there must al-
ways be a leader of the mob. It
is the leader who finally achieves
perfection ef a sort, because he
winds up hated by everybody.
There are a great many thingsI
of traveling en grupo that maNe
lasting hatreds. The basic hate-
breeder is that the other mem-
bers of the grupo are having moreI
fun than you are. This one exists
for everybody, and is possibly true.
It stretches from Mary knocking

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coral is indicated.
always staggering a
seum when every
Dottle, who has fal
the. hall porter-w
oareking on tht trip
Grupo. are full
Thee is the last-m
Helen, who Joins u
throws the grupe
There Is the unexpe
seemed a soberside
nd the unexpected
who was always so
Neet that butter w
her aouh. There i
ed tightad. ho al
lttle boys' room w
coane up.

)le Goal


acritfce, to suffer hardsbp, to lab weliU i the
pirit of the men whom we pay dw* respect to
in this Memorial Doy.
It Is not enough to make glib promises that
never again w our boys fight on foreign
hoes." Ths is a glittering phra86 from a bygone
With nuclear weapons, log range bombers and
nter-continental guided missiles, today's big war
would be automatically global. No shore is safe.
And we must use any iree shore that can serve
a a vantage point against a sprawling enemy.
If we would honor the dead of the ware of this
ehtury, then we must be willing to build the
strength in weapons apd trained men to ooa-
Medp an eneMy e could nMt ain a third woldd
e must be wlling to add trenth to our fe
having of re dom cannot be a tak for America
In allthi effort we cannot assume we will in-
vitably use the force we e creating. Our goal
s to prevent an enemy from using force against
When we nave him in that position, where he
lare not risk resort to arms, we must be alert
enough to recognize It. We must be ready to
strike some kind of balance that will let the
world live on In genuine peace.
With all our tense trials in the past decade,
his goal i possible of achievement. The day
May yet come when we can believe with confi-
.ence that the blood of our sons bought an en-
Suring prize.



ble bachelor on In rupos expenses are em.
having her ow ally shared, gvIg rise to d
ars or Madrid, accusations that my husb and
rom thegra less than yours, or my wife dri
part from te drinks less than yours,s o why
should I split a ebek when you're
on black market sketch and I'
d leader of the l ing lemonadeb : .
him or herself isa female uabble ovr
I arrangeme a eats because o that
la1iny1 iw r, peasant so p s
t10 ^leag s "made for me, and L cy a
1mey a "l ametnfled it And e,. a
er the ngeds of test s tcartd a the bed
lgering .b. snoveirs.
rs i. k and Of course, the leader booked
Somebody hasny into the worshotels, whe
alaga when she doused herself dowa in
Some square best--and there yh are, rooming
round nu-s wi th t ausea woman who
dy elms- Was Iddod at the l moment to
len in love T M d out the lb et. And tai'si
ants to get Oat horrid type' :r o
pt o Rome. in her- ;E
of une o W."= i=y_
minute hm ofevbody everywhere eaks 3-
o f Paris l s9 as.well as I do.
o. And there's the one who wants
Icted i rsh and e me who wants to
ss for So yeareRd, e .one wh .a m.
....... IS* the one who alwan ecrn-
d husbandtrap, and the one wn mEla-
sweet in wUey cheerfuL hern Ite g
wouldn't mes t and the plain wtch
i the Wis T"tlietnheSrud'ine the
.ways I, m veS ryboIy. twE
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mintee waeWier he is qual-
to pask on Its problems or
Ex2edient eNo. Is Barden's
system of hoing earings. He
has bee oldn hearing and
bearings sad mgore-. as o
school construFction JWml
tee held hearings year under
the Republicans. Seven different
national groups have studied and
held hearings. The Congress al-
ready knows all about school con-
struetion. Nevertheless, Congress.
man Barden continues to hold
This does two things. First it
delays the school-construction bill.
Second it delays the minimum,
wage bill.
Congressman Barden is bitterly
opposed to both. He is top smart
to say this publicly, but he is.
A former schoolteacher, Barden
once fought for federal aid to edui.,
cation .aW incurred the wrath of
Cardinal Spellman for so doing.

Congressman Barden is also op-
posed to higher minimum wages
because, first, a low minimum
wage brings more factories from
the north to the south; second,.be-
cause he comes from a farm area
which doesn't go for high wages.
Mast- significant factor about
Barden's opposition is that the Re-
publicans are quietly helping him
--and getting a big laugh out of
it. For their secret help to Barden
puts all the blame on the Demo-
crats, and may even alienate part
of the labor support hitherto stead-
fasly behind the Democrats.
The Republicans could easily
swing two votes over to the Demo-
frats to outvote Barden, thus get-
ting action on the education bill
and clearing the way for the mini-
mum-wage bill. But they won't do
There are 17 Democrats on Bar-
dea's Labor and Education Com.
mittee of whom 15 are eager to
push through school and minimum-
wage bills. Only two Democrats,
Barden a0d Landrum of Georgia,
On eth publican side are 13
members, of whom many are anti-
labor such as Wint Smaith of Kan-
sas, elde of Illinois, Hoffman of
Vishigan, and Gwynn of New


sou. anaoad ve ewen to see Speak-
er Sam Raybnrn, who isnuposed
to control own House ofep-
resentatives. Sam has bee, glum
and uncommanlctv. .
Ifther he can't overaue* the
born congressman New
N.... or doeMt wan to.
Meanwhile, with both
and Johnse hell-bent to ad
congress early li July, and with
ke equally a ous to get rid of
ongressby July, it's a safe pro-
itie on there'll be no school or
minimam-wage bills passed this

CHEESlE QUZ-G-oas we-
brigida, who bunt into movlipf
fame In ragged but revealing -
peasant costumes shows to justN
as good advantage gowned in a
Going creation of lace and
ostrich feathers. The Italian
beauty, shown here in Rome,
recently answered querles
about her measurements with,
"Why do you need by the aium
bear what you can ms with
your eyes?"

By Colbroith




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RAVIOLI ................--- -- 1.25
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AND MOZZARELLA ..........-.....$ 1.50
MACARONI A LA ROMANA ---....- -1.25
a m a i i ii n

A LA NAPOLITANA ............. $ 1.50
FILET A LA SORRENTINA .--....... 2.75


Group of Cultured Pearls
Drastically Reduced

This Week's Winners in our BIG FREE RAFFLE

Necklace and Earring Sets
N ow $1.50|

awards for black eyes and sore heads, four-year-old Mary Cath- I
erine CaVllteux, let, of Clyde. Kan., and Ronald Martin, 5, of
Salin., Kan., miSght win the honors. The children, cousins, were
hit on the head by baseball bats just a day apart at different
,plaea, but undw the same circumstances. They just ran into
bats blfg swung by playmates.

Dionhe Q'uints Become 21

WithNo Dates, Much Dough
CA ADB, On. ay .---birth circled the gibWe.' t ftee
(.P)--Thenar "l ieane started pouring. In ot ,,, a tiy.
.qditupl.t turnIed w' old at Papa Oliva Dionne erefully nur-
t weekend with io apMBt tured the money received by the
trimomnial plans and Ile Iterest girls for m o v ie s, endorsements
in the $1,00, 00 fortune that now and other activities.
ia. theirs. Ht set up a trust under which
The sisters -celebrated their the money was invested well. To-
coming- of-age in A surprise reu- day the fortune totals about $1,-
nien with their family on the farm 000,000.
where they were bom in l 94. Now that they are 21, each of
The reunion was held in the the four surviving quints will re-
Dionne mansion .near the shack ceive nearly $200,000 of her own.
where the five girls became a The other $200,000, which would
worjd-wide news event merely by have been Emilie's share, will be
being born. divided among the 14 other men*
The former nursery now is a bers of, the family.
nunmery where five nuns recited The tour girls were unconcerned
the, perpetual rosary throughout about their money. There were no
the birthday.e known plans for spending it and
Oriinally,. there had been no it was reported they planned to
21st birthday plans. Annette, Y-ieave the money where is, in
vonne and Cecile bad planned to safe investments that will ive
;tsy at their schools in Montreal. them annual incomes of about
w .a s... of af.outco..a.
Marie has expe-ted to keep $10,000 each.
right ea hepin her mother tend to
the W-rom house where she has None of the girls ever had been
lived quietly since Emilie, t he known to have a date. The family
fifth quint, died last August dur- has denied all reports of engage-
ing a n epileptic seizure, ments and the girls never have
A friend said the quints' father seemed particularly interested in
had hoped to -"slide over the birth- men. Friends said, however that
day safely" to avoid an emotional they hope some day to get mar-
jolt to the four who still mourn tried after their studies are com-
their sister's death- pleted.
But Yvonne and Cecile quietly The girls' parents admitted they
slipped out of the hospital where had a difficult time selecting a
they are nursing students and An- birthday gift, for them. The four
mette dropped her tmuske studies, have just about everything t h eay
They drove here with their broth- want, Papa Dionne said, but he
er, Oliva Dionne, Jr., 19, and sur- finally selected for them a high-
prised the rest of the family, fidelity record player and a stack
They began their birthday ob- of records, both classical and pop-
servance by going to early morn- uWar.
in mass and then visiting Em- The phonograph was placed in
Ili s grave at the little Corbeil the recreation room, which still
cemetery. houses the five pianos, the quMts
The family became wealthy on used to play when they were lit-
the crest of publicity over t hea tie girls. I
quints birth. Bt they. tried to stay The quintuplets' fortune have
out of the public eye at the week- been kept in trust by the Supreme
end. No reporters or photograph- Court of Ontario. Richard F. Don-
ers were admitted to the Dionne nelly, North Bay,the Family at-
home. torney, was reported working on a
.:The scene was a sharp contrast plan for the girls to set up their
t that of 21 years ago when one own trust funds.
of the Dionne sons telephoned a Papa Dionne's fondest hope is
newspaper in North -Bay and that his girls will be able to stay
asked: "How much would it cost out of the public ye. He wants
to announce the birth of five ba- each to emerge as a talented indi-
bies?" vidual and live as quietly as pos-
After news of the quintuplets' sible.

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itd e reducing toeda rItwdthe tbd' re y
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k v. ,w, g, hm.. fok a
|Kft Atur V. WA~.tS-^(4e trade Cot~einis
or.c s.'ican Party Isd.. o he w soiae.
.business." o -w slgnob# aent
a rrted that President Eisenhower "in return forthe Sup-
eOwer ".has folowed a policy port whicl the Texas oil Iateremte
hat bas historieaUy been in ex- gave to General Eitfthower and
o seic e the beginning of the the Republiian Party."
tepubilec and to a large extent Watkps said "there would have
hat has made America strong." to be some evidence to substanti-
He paid none of the examples ate a charge of that kind."


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A tf i mand vi ce a, the abeorbinpg n p ar*-
ount tme daa, MR OF THE. INC ." which
Is to olpen ext ,Wednday a&t the Lux "eatre. In
all$ -ng sene NJoule Maurey,*Charlton Heaton, Thom-
. as MItcheR and Robert Young, the film's stars, discuss a
Amulti-million dollar jewel cache which they are searching
f-r. JAv,y'..opp r.0 td. .Adv,.

Diamond and Ruby Watch .......
Masonic Ring ................
HlIrricane Lamps ........ .
Holmes & Edwardb Service for 8
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Gold Tie Pins ................
Birthstone Rings . .


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Dirilvte Ash Trays .

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Diamond Cross ........ ...

Pins and
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. ... 16.50
. ... 6.50
. ... 3.00
. ... 90.00
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Money Clips ...........
Tie Clip & Cuff Links .
Silverplated Candy Dish ..
Cuckoo Clocks .........
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Man's Gold Gruen ......

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the city ha be=' without water
for three monto; .
The ftir hrokeut In a furni-
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out shortly tetr dawn.
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. attest record star at the fo-
nt is Bil Hayes, he of "Davy
kett" and "The Berry Tree."
atd, if it werefit' for brother
s sore throat, he might still
no n unknown.
hil was the one in the family
o wanted a stage career, and
anged for an audition with the
nal company of "Carousel."
t it came up a sore throat so
U (who put the part before the
arse) pinch-sang for him. And
I H Ras Lot the role, the ca-



M llNues

r and those big record. Piper l e i re
Nanette Fabray, the original moved and she was pretty good
color girl, says when color for a lirst-timer. She's no 1a ulah
gets into every home, "At Bankhead, but then TaUulah is no
St people will have fun play- Piper.
g with the set-giving the ac- Piper says she learned a lot.
s blue faces and green hair Self-confidence, mostly. Be fore
I things like that. But that this show, she'd done movies sole-
I wear off." It should be great I ly, and she'd never had a chance
lie it lasts, though. Ito prove to herself that she could I
act a part that builds.
[per Laurie, despite a badly 1 told myself that if I got
sed shoulder, a hit in the head through this I could do anything,"
a swollen wrist. is happy that she says. And she got through it,
* done live television. Now she so, QWD, she can do anything.
do anything. She thinks. I Like play baseball. She's a tom-
-- boy-type and delights in playing
baseball with the men when she's
making a movie on location. She
*H IR > alsoclimbs trees.

-,.; .Allen ("Tonight," NBC-' But that's not how she got
*E 'v-Allen ("Tonight, NBC- those wounds mentioned earlier.
) .be. 've been reandmn about Those are a product of live tele
9 w l1asties and meot a for vision. In "Broadway," she was
-it the be cut, sawed, a dancer and had a shOrt ou.-
d canbd c, h fered just ine with Gene Nelson. It was
i1& .y LIt's called wo one of those old-cane-and-straw.
t apythin s callewood.hat dances, and she ad topRac
tice the cane-twirling at home
tTbis Is the same Piper Laurie nights.
woo is one of Hollywood's more
beautiful young stars. (Catch her "I'd sit in my hotel room," she
Sthe coming "Ain't Misbehavin' says. untill late at night practic-
ad see for yourself.) But she'd ing the cane business. I bruised
er acted "live" before her re- my shoulder, knocked myself n
t appearance on CBS-TV's Bestth head and got a swollen wrist."
Bra a y production o At the last minute, they elim-
roadway. yinated the cane part of the dance.
jtroadway. Also for Gene.
"It was.. m first live TV" Broadway Bits: The "Silk Stock-
l w.a si wit leftover hel. ings cast is worried (kiddingly)
ghe said, w leftover inhelr about Henry Lascoe. The veteran
,a, rsstil.l...... -h actor, who plays one of the threp
eyes. "In fact, it was my first a tor-c who lm a s oan "olwhe "f-
-e anything For four days be comc ommies, was always fre
fo th show I ws sickto my and wide awake when the show
stomach. And just before I went was on the road. But now, living
n r -wile w at home with three young cliF-
on camera-while I was wall- dren, he's always tired. ..Clar.
Iag for my cul.- was sure my ce' Hoffman the comic waiter
legs wouldn't move. in "Can-Can." i known as Broad.
"I wished there was somebody way's highest paid bit player. That
*round to move my legs for me." makes him a six-bit player? .
(Where was I that night?) Backstage at "Fanny" they now
But when the cue came her legs have Reba Monness, former wom-
I rn's table tennis champ, giving
lessons in the art of pinging and
ponging. Producesm David Merrick
Stinks a iMtle i8lse will keep
the plers l bsicul tone.

IeBk at what sTVAqs doe for
producer Peter Arein. He'd
shaken hands with every one of
the presidents of the U. S., from
George Washington down.
That's because ae's the pro-
ducer of "The Name's The
4 Same," and the bhads he's
pumped were fastened to people
Sr with the same name as al the
to r 4 presidents.


'y Atkinson has a friend who drives
into New York with car-and trail-
er. "It a pl.ce to live,
the friend says. "While I look for
, a parking spot."



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Answer to Prevouitu PuIe'


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a line of 2 Shield bearing
1750 miles on 3 Arabian gulm
Sthe Caribbepn 4 Observe
a Its eastern 6 Mimckers
spurs are 7 n
covered with 8 Palfruit
dense forests 9 Famous 34 Heavy blow
1 1Trying anslish school Partner
experience 10 Withered (slang)
S1 Narcotic 12 Cotton fabric 27 Operatic solo
14 Shirt part 13 College la 21 Sloping way
15 One who Ohio M Encourage
wagers II Stature I Healthful
16 Number 21 Planet outings
17 Penetrate U inKU W 38Cnfty
19 Compass point23 Wife of 3 ftult skins
20 Bellows Tyndare 40Lapreys
21 Fruit
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Mr. sad Mrj.'A.toIO Arias, Mr. fmarodo Arias, Jr., Miss Patriela Cerjack and
,r.ai7i. MrGlberto Arias.

OF MI 16ii=~1WVIA CIRJACK i 1 Mr. And Mrs. Jack S
FrdLy evening Mr. and Mrs. Antonli Arias and Mr. G Entertain AtC-ocktalls
bertd 'AlA held a reception at the: Panama Qolf Club inr Saturday Evening
celebration of the approaching marriage of their brother' cockle Scribner gave
;:M!qdy' to. Mins Patricia CerJack, daughterr of Mrs. esrloa L buffet in the Patio
erjack ofIbis ety. t heir home in Paitill
The party was a spontaneous and f eive occasion -ad friends were surprise
over 30. friends of the family came together to meet the that the plir was in
Ti!hpatty was a spontaneous and festive occasion *nd over of their hostess' birth'
300 frteds of the family came together to meet th ebtide-to- Dr
be adid-extend good wishes to the affianced pair. Adding Dr. And Mrs. Adolf
The Wedding will take place on June 11th. at the Church. Mr. and Mrs. Alored
of Crleto Key. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred
Theof couple plan to leave a shortly after the wedding for a Caldeon announce th
six wepk honeymoon abroad. on bo in Lim Saturdau.
a d I 21st in Lima, Peru.

Bueno do Prado Family
Sfal Forg rio, O' t
Brazilian, Ambassador to Pans.
ma and. Mrs. Aberdo Bpeno do
Pradqi acopanot d edu th ie
daughtegrd. ias ;Inanl O doa
Prado lI;l. tabaair i a
on Friday for Rio Janelro, F ra-
il after finishing a tour ot duty
on the Isthmus. Ambassador Bue-
no do, Prado's new pos'is in Ger-
Mr. And Mrs. Biok
Anousee BFraniis4a'sMarriage
Mrand Mrs. Pleter H. Blok
annot ce the marriage of th e er
daughter, Francuca Olivia, to Mr.
Henk!Stokvs, wih took place
on Myo 28th in Amsterdam, Hol-
Misbi ok a educated n the
ColegI d Maria Inmaculada In
Panasr,-mnd recently-had be en
living arold. The young couple
will neymoon in Paris and ar-t.
rive in Plama In,lte, June. They

Little tbii'; -One by One, Needed
to Reach te Goal
Ii you haive a great 'ambition
take as' big a step as possible in
the iire.tion o fulfilling it, .but i
the ste- dlya fay one, dp't
wo rry It I e largest one now
possle, .
A woiu said that,-Mrildred Me-
Afee. J it is something every
housewr should remember. For's
house e's .lfe from day to day
seems, ,be..made i4p of countless
small lbs cooking breakfast .
watch ilren, washing. elpth-
es, sc floors, going to.mark'
et--- qo -on and on.
If a .qMn, taking thele small
steps e.ind- over agail, loses
sight ofV at and worth-whke
ambiti .' steps are' leading
up to. wil ber. work is drudgery
of the "worst kind.
.hes fustred and bored and
t i rpy. She has forgot.
ten why'l thei many steps are
necesar. an where they are
suppo"Wt lead.
GoalsX15t Be B eptia fild'

vision a hippIy hme children
'who ae.gettig th d oah one
life an.charater training that wil
fit tem. to become fine men and
women. a husband who enjoys his
family, lovpes his wife aid feels
she is a ielpito hui and a picture
of herself a.the Lmd of woman
she weats; to. -.-She can't fall
then, t that the steps
are n etlsr s, leading to
This aL t ing for a
woman't do. arriages some-
times filer, chOdre progress and
then W4 bk the wife and
motUh. e a- rju.toe seems
to s up t; .what she
watt "
But tfflcult as it is. It Is iaces-
:f ht i lw am. to' fa*

Os W Nwmas -efo r eadkss.
so M t a the
as AN,
low. ^sigg

will reside in Colon where Mr.
Stokvis will join the staff of Wil-
ford. and. Me cay. :

rs.' L 1 om 'e i a .
LeA ^W i acft, r -; .
Mrs. H. I. Homa of Abeen left
by plane yesterday for a vacation
inAh-e United States. She plans to
visit with her son in law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel
Steu in nIbbing, Minnesota an d
later on ,will spend some time in
Chicago, Illinois -and Miami, Flor-
ida, her former home.

Jack and
a cocktail
garden of
W. About 70
Sto le arn
o Alvarez de
e birth of a
y) May the

Mrs.. Alvarez de Calderon is tht
former Marcela Arias, daughter of
Dr. slaid Mrs. Adolfo Arias of Pa-
nama, who are vacationing in Eu-
rope.v i --,..
Mra \%iarck Merc h lf '
Mrs. Jack' Mercer hbs left by

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Itare Htub, comprised Fge-
y t inewspappn he
luaf a a e v e veme tthe
Aehowet adminlstra '"will
r ve more unniverseaplaro al
than the progress which has
been made toward realling the
Amertqan ideal of equality of
opportunity for a citizens. re-
gardless of race, creed, or color."
He said the President "'has
thrown the lull weight of his in-
fluence-and power behind a uro-
tram which was designed from
the beglnnin. to get the Jnb
done rather than to, make poli-
tical capital."
Nixon also praised responsible
Negro Ieiders. He said their" mo-
deration "has mobilized dublie
oninIon for their cause without
setting up eouallv violent oppo-
sition against it."
He said that "whilp th fliht
to remove discrimination in em-
oloyment has been 9 long uphill
climb, we are ovpr the top and
our orogress in the davq ahead
will be increaalgnly fast."
"If we continue to support a
uroqram of moderation, patience
and hard work and resist the
demagogue whose primary In-
terest is In usinp the cause of
nrejudlce rather than removing
It. our efforts will be crowned
with complete success."
Nixon added that "it Is to the
eternal credit of Amerlcan Ne-
groes and their leaders that thev
did not prejudice their caseby
rushnj. Into the arms or' the
Communists who talked so loud-
ly for their cause but only Want-
ed to use them."
plane for Washington, D. C. for a
visit with her parents, Panama.
nian Ambassador to Washington
and Mrs. J, J. Valarino.

Mrs. Manfred Enget
Returns From New York
After a six-weeks rest and pei4
sure trip to the States, Natalie E'-
gel is again at. home in Panama.
While in New York, Mrs. Eagul
enjoyed the Broqdway that re,
enjoyed the Broadway theatre,
Seeing the Panama Game,. Ensio
Pinza in the play "Fanny' ad
the much discussed prize winning
play "at On A Hot Tin Boof,"
iInued PageoPS.

CLUB ........... ... ,.'3.5
MONTHLY ........... i

CLUB .,..... .,....... $13 5
MONTHLY ......- 2.00

CLUB .............. 7.50
MONTiYr ............ 0.00

CL ............ $7.50
MONTHLY ........ 20.00

AU ................$ 5.25 CLUB ..............s..
)NTHLY ........... 15. MONTXILY ........... 11


AVE. T a.C

o- i'- -

un iooai'm oer to stand:
trial Jume l on charges of setting.
a $5.000 college chapel fire.
Municipal Judge Arthur Luebke,
in getting te trial date, also ap-
pointed two of the. state's leading
psjchiatrits -to e x a m ine the
youth, St*pn l Dykstra Posey,
an sit in n on s arson trial.
Posey, said .to have an I.Q. pt
200. [s accued of setting fire to,
the Beloit Clege chapel on Dec.
13 1953, while a freshman at the
*The youth confessed to t h e
the crime more than a year ago,
but was ruled insane and com-
mitted to Central State Hospital.I
He was released last week after!
being declared sane and able to
stand trial. '
Posey entered two pleas 6f in.
nocent, one of them by reason of
Judge Luebke selected Dr. Jo-
seph Kindwall. director of t h e
Milwaukee County Sanitarium,
and Dr. Ernst Schmidlofer, med-
ical director of t h e Milwaukee
County Asylum, as the state's two
expert witnesses.
Posey is the grandson of a for-
mer president of the University of
Wisconsin, and son of the head of
the Political Science Department
at Nortwestern University.

Fine @inii lture made of
Darisn Mahogany.. NOW at
amazing low prices.
Bedroom. Dlnhin Room and
ULving Room Sets.
Products de Madera, S. A.
ma"V by Gobert owes
M Comalr Avenue
Between Kodak Bld. ad
Ahft Ave. Stor
Pbosn 2-sM

da. ;".PdhM 4 '

Save trouble for yTour
(an earsuelf) by IIaei
in your favorite sier pt-
tern now.
You'll bd a ompleteel-
lection of the world's i*
silver. Take Towk, ( i4,:
stance, there's W0 GM S
ling nade aywbere.,pt a.
Towle 6-piec place sfttgi
costs little as $y.7.
Sobe aiebiiu.....pit
your favorite pattern ow...
we and your fields will '
the mtr

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Tuesday 31st.

No. 8 Tivoli Avenue



Costume Jewelry
from 0.10



Ladies shoes -bi
from 5.00 -

Pairs of American ladles
shoes well-known brands

ladies dresses for afternoon
cocktail and evening

children slips formerly 3.95
NOW 1.95





girls and pusher, shorts
and blue Jeans at half
price less than regular prce

1 Nylon half slips
NOW 3.50




ladies Sport Clothes:
pedal pushers shorts,

handbags from 1.00


Fine girls dress from .95

9 of other items at very
low prices
9 9 l Famous GODDESS braelere'.

Remen~ber Don't Miss This FAMOUS

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N&. 21-02
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"SWEET 8UMMWERAt EEZE"-'hat's the name-of this prize-
winning photo talch'by Mrs. Sarah Martin, grade-school tearber
of Rockwood, Mich. It won her $1000 and two round-trip airplane
tickets to Hawaii Photo won over entries by amateur and pro-
fessional photographers mn General Electric's national photoflash
picture contest. Featuring little Karen Mazo of Flat Rok,. Mich.,
it was taken with 'a Rollelflex camera, using Super XX film.
Settings were 1/100 at F/22.

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I srael No. IS
ah of July Ave. a J it.
Just Ardsamem Ave. and 13 SL

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14.28 4th of July Ave.
Phone Panama 2-8552

Canal Zone Dental Polyclinic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.5.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Demture-bridie work-air brasive
General Praeetle.
TJvoe (4th of July) Ave. No. A24
(opposite Ancon School Playground)
Telephone 2.2115i-Puneai.

mWe can hell YOU with
Chlroprati t

Dr. A. and F. ORILLAC
(Falmer Oraduates)
n PertiAvenne el. s-1Ms
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

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

Match-Stick Bamboo
Venetian Blinds
Traverse Curtains
Glass or Wood Jalousies
Call 2-068 or 3-4904
Estimates Given Without
L Distri(uted by
Poductos de Madera, S.A.
Central Av Sen Kodal
building A Ey11Fje. Store).



FOR SALE:-D6uble bed comrn
pite., 2 might tables, dresser with
b-ti.Hf Mul Ar. A-I quality end
condition. 'ITrnsporteI lexter,"
phone James 2-.3 16.

FOR SALE:- r gdrobe. living
room mU, 2 itlk beds, kitchen
were. H. A. Mie. House 57-1
Coco Seolo, Sunday 11-5 p.m.

FOR SALE-4-pc. living room
set $75;v: deblard $10; 9x12
rug and fllpod $15; china los-
et $10; 2 single folding beds
with linsoerin mattress $15
and $20 I chestt drawers with
mirror $15;, other odds end
ends. 2144-4 Caundu.

AMERICAN fainily In La Crest
must, sell: Refrigerator, 11 ft.,
excellent condition $325; deep
freesar, 12 ft., good as new
$250; electric water heater, 52-
gallon. one y0 o use $50; mod-
ern red chair $21; cotton dress'.-
as. size 15. from $2-$7. Tele-
phone 3- 4099, Avenido Jose
Gabriel Duque No. 12.

Charming, Red "
S(ontinued from Page 1

soil," and the Stars and Bars of
the confederacy were raised
over the graveside.
Funds for directional road
signs were provided by an anon-
ymous Texan so that "we visit-
ing Southerners can find this
fine Confederate shrine without
It seems certain now that the
Southern belle will always re-
main a part of the northern
Wisconsin Dells as proof of her
own idea of "One God, one flag,
one people-forever."

Chicago s(NE r gow -g
golf show at T30. te i
be resumed Jute 7 r u n ng
through Aug. 30..

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WHAT IS'IT?-Ralph Winstead looks as it he wishes the big
one got away, as he shapes up alongside a 500-plus pound ocean
sunflsh-called a mola mola-caught off Cape Hatteras. It's the
largest member of the headfish family reported off the North
Carolina Outer Banks in several years. _


No. 31
Automobile Row
Tel. 2-4624

100 Level
l, At Line


600x16 1 t r
670x15 $ w,

Size. Black Wall White 760x15 $ 9.00

.1''17.06 2L.76 82XS
t. 70 22.45 WHITE WAU, $1.00
.. O 23.4o EXTRA


U La- CratUli
Cotrodl Ave. 0I
No. I iaLoer Planm


FOR SAL--- 1951 Stedekker
Champion 4-deer sedan, aeel.
lent condition $650. Can abe
be financed. o86-31 1.
FOR SAL:-If you went good
transportation, hre is the car,
Good tire, geed battery Io
running canditM. Cell llboa
FOR SALE:-1951 Nash Station
Wee In seMd condition. Phone
FOR SALE:-3 /-ton Autoe.r
Refrigoretion Truck In good
condition. Phone 3.4718.
FOR RENT.-Furnished or un-
furnished two bdroam house.
completely independent. Betenie
No. f 5.

FOR SALE:-1952 Austin For.
dor, one twner, 18,000 miles,
duty paid, excellent condition.
$700 or best offer. Coll Hul,
Cristobeal 1772 during office
hours. Crie tbal 2568 during

Radio Programs

Your Community Station
(Telephone: 2-30M)
I'here 10,000 People Meet


Today, Monday, May 30
3:15-Sammy Kaye Show
3:30-Music For Monday
4:00--Feature Review
4:30 What's our Favorite
(requests- please phone
before 3:00)
5:35--What's Your Favorite
GRAM (U..S. Army

6:45-Here's June Chri ty
7:15-One Night Stand
7:30-Report From The USA
grams V.O.)
8:30-Proudly We Hall (USA
9:00-You Asked For It (re-
quests -please phone be-
fore 7:30)
10:30-Music By Roth
11:00-Symphony Hall
12:00-News-Sign Off
Tomorrow, Tuesday, May 31
6:00-Sign On The Alarm Clock
Club (requests please
phone before 7:00)
7:3#-Morning Salon Concert
8:1*-Church In The Widwood
8:3(0-Musical Reveille
9:16-Sacred Heart
9:30-As I See It
(Outex ahd Odorono)
10:05-Off The Record (requests
.-please phone before 8:30)
11:00-News ....
11:05-ff the Record (cont'd)
1l:30-Meet The Entertainers
12:05-Lunchtime Melodies
12:30-Sweet And Hot
1:15-Music Of Manhattan
1:30--Sons Of the Pioneers
1:45-Lest We Forget
2:00-Instrumental Capers
2:15-Singing Americans
2:30-Tex Beneke Show
2:45-Hank Snow And His Rain-
bow Ranch Boys
3:15-Freddy Martin Show.
3:30-Music For Tuesday
4:00-Feature Review
4:30-What's Your Favorite (re-
?quests-please phone be-
fore 3:00)
5:35-What's Your Favorite
6:00-U. S. Army Band (USA)
6:30-Norman Cloutier And His
Memorable Melodies
7:30-Report From The USA
grams V.O.)
1:30-First Rehearsal (BBdC
9:00-You Asked for It (re-
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10:30-Music From oHtel El
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BOX 2031 ANCON, C.Z.

JUNE 3 4 5
The trip of your life aboard El
Panama's Peacaderal A throe-
dey Jungle Jim Joaunt thru the
Panama Canal to Colon, San
es, and Porto Belile Leave
eilbe", Friday 6:30 a.m. arrive
Colon 2:30 p.m.. Ioave Colan
9:30 p.m. for celerful Sail Bsla
and historic Porte B.5l, retaum-
Ing Colon Sunday afterneon.
Thru Cenal Mondae 6:30 a.m.,
lering from Strongers Club re-
turning to Balbeo. Monasb estred
by El Panama. Bring elaeks,
shorts, bathing eulti, jacket.
flippers and spears for under-
water fishing, your caters and
color film. Canal trip only-
($10.00. For further Information
phone Jungle Jim Price Panama


FOR SALE: Motor end boy's
bicycle, %-hp. 25-cycle $20
cosh. Balbeo 1588, .
FOR SALE:- Chihuahua, fewn,
male. Wonderful pet. Phone Co-
co Solo 8346.
FOR SALE.- Philcoeair-condi-
tion unit, % capacity, used one
year, 5-year guarantee, perfect
condition. Bargain. Also cabinets
end large sbhogany showcases.
Central Avenue No. 13 142.
Phone 2-2814.
FOR SALE:-Singer electric mea-
chine, cabinet model, perfect
working condition, $ years old.
Phone 3-6419. Federice Jeyd
Avenue No. 1-77. Apartment 1.
FOR SALEi-Luggage, Samson-
ite, brand new, 20% off; maen'*
Journeyer $22; men's quick trip-
per $15.60; man's two suiter
$20. Phone Balboa 2896.


Dies I Hospital;

",es A.T`Dkv, & r#tild
panama Canal employee, died&
this morning in Santo Tomas
Hospital. He was about 60 years
A longtime resident of Cho-
rrillo and member' of the United
Burial Scheme of Panama, Mr.
Davis has no known relatives.
Funeral services have been
scheduled for tomorrow after-
noon at 4 o'clock in the Chorri-
Ilo Bible Truth Church. Burial
will follow in the2lerrera Ceme-
tery. ........
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Jet Planes
(Continued from Page 1)
COlor guards present included
those of the Army, the Navy the.
Air Force and Marines as well
as the American Legion, Veter-
ans of Foreign Wars, Pan Amer-
ican Legion Auxiliary, Veterans
of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, Dis-
abled Ameritan War Veterans,
the Girl Scouts of America, and
the Girls State contingent.
Atlantic Side ceremonies
started with the annual pa-
rade along Roosevelt Avenue
and Bolivar rLghway to Mt.
Hope Cemetery.
General chairman Robert R.
Micek of the FVW was assisted
by Henry Chenevert, who Intro-
duced the speakers. Robert Mac-
Sparran delivered Lincoln's ad-
Both the 60th Army Band and
the Colon Bomberos Band took
part, each playing the national
anthem of the other's country.
Col. J. J. Davis, commandant
of the USARCARIB School. Ft.
Gullck, was the principal speak-
Girl and Boy Scouts. Interna-
tional Boy Scouts, the American
Legion and its auxiliary and the
VFW also assisted.
Raising of the Stars and
Stripes in various Canal Zone
communities started the dav's
observances. Scout troops were
In charge of this.
A floral tribute was also plac-
ed In the columbarium at All
Souls Chapel, the Cathedral of
St. Luke, Ancon.
Floral tributes were placed
at the memorial tablet at Bal-
boa Heights, the Statue of
Liberty, the Richard T. Perott
cenotaph In t ret of the Bal-
boa Union Church, the Carr
and Owen memorial tablet at
Pedro Miguel and the Gorgaq
Memorial plague at Gorgas
Following the Corozal service
the patriotic groups proceeded
to Amador Cemetery in Pans-
ma City where they decorated
the grave of ft. Jose ApoUnar
Ceballos, first Panamanian citi-
zen to give hlt Itf in the Korean
War. He served with the US Ar-
my there.
Later the VrW held services
at the Paralso Memorial plaque.
Th wev.N followed by the
memorial -e at sa during
which te Gettysburg address
was delivered by Mia Kay Fran-


Ale. wioU Ml

Mb iBoafug Ji'''

mag '"- r .3,' ..e. Patm O 4 17. Cristeoo
bel 8-1673L

post Seta Rd. Low rates.-
Phone Balboa 1866.

WILLIAMS' Santa Clara Beach
Cottaoes j.rekgs, ref-Igera-
tion. 2-bedreom. Phine b.lbo
S./ .
Gromlich's Santa Clare Beach
Cottages. Modern conveniences,
moderate ror Phone Gamboo

Shrepners furnhhed houses on
beach at Santa Cigre. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.


FOR RENT: Second floor of
residence on General Jose San
Martin Avenue No. 6: Four bed-
room, living room, dining room,
kitchen, large porch. Inquire
ground floor.

FOR RENT:- Furnished chalet,
first eisc. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths,
maid's bathroom.. 50th Street
No. 52.

I rb 9 t! to1';.R. only.
WANT-SckiaertifHc Wseitant,
bheckgroen4 in bilogy, mole. to
work at Tebge laend. $200
monthly. Contect Laberaorie.
Nocional de Pesn Tuesday .1,
II a.m.
WANTED:- Sloemon to han-
die reprmenotion of leading
lines all over the Ropubli, Writs
to: Seliman, .Box 1741, Pon-


FOR RENT:- Furnished rom.
Private batherom and entranse.
Bachelor or couple. 43rd Stret
No. 13.
FOR RENT: Government I-.
spocted, beautifully fumishod
room, double couch, refrigerator,
stove, kitchen cabinet, private
both and entrance. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.

Learn 'Spanlih with Mr. Rome-.
TEM. Private lessons or in groups.
lEtugdinte Street 14-79. Apt. 2.


II, Av""da JaemOe'I"N,.
*M V ,

WANTED a- lead heussafcp.r.
meid, eds to asek. ULiv a .ef.
areome-rnlrd. 40 Itii A-
via%,.Cm Alm ...

WANTED.-Expert hekeep
or. laMundus and eook. Wskg
couple, no cMldrmen. Aply in
perwn riday 4-5 p.m.: mo
20%. Riodmoea, C.Z

WANTSD.- Ralable melo for
general heouwrk and w-lnig.
Mut sleep Im "SeWm A d-
ments," 44u Steet, CS-
lomnble Strweof. Aprtmnnf J.

Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Co.nqCM chlet,
near S.A.S. commissary, 3 bed- I
toome dining room, 2 both. 1
teoms. kitchen, porch, iragoe. I
For information: Via Peoras I

(N A Teephotos)"
PERSONAL APPEARA CE Mrs. Mn.le Bisenhower, making her first'appearance as' n offl-
clil hostess since her recent bout with the flu, takes the spotlight while greeting veterans at'a
White Hcouse lawn party. The First 1.di, wearing I white cotton dress. with sequin-lriUmmed
violets, avs to her mother on the tico (left), fans herself (center) and whispers behind

Kefauver Finds Ike, No Homebody

I Compared To Previous Presidents

POLAND SPRINGS, Me., May which is discussed a good deal
30-(UP)-Sen. Mstes Kefauver privately in Washington. It is
charged at the weekend that true that President' Esenhower
president Eisenhower has spent has spent, less time in the
less time in the White House White House than any other
and parcelled out more of his President.
responsibilities "than any other "It is true that he delegates
president." more of his responsiblities than
any other President. It appears
"The apparent reluctance of that the routine of the presl-
President Elsenhower to lead dency is Irksome to him and
rather than to preside is noth- that he sheds it whenever and
ing less than dangerous in this however possible."
dangerous world," the Tennes- Kefauver said the lack of firm
see Democrat said in a speech leadership explains "vacilla-
prepared for delivery at a Jef- tions" in administration policy
terson-Jackson day dinner, and "contradictions" among top
Ketauver, who bid for the OOP leaders.
Democratic nomination in 1952 Mr. Elsenhower's own reluc-
and is mentioned as a possible tance to dead, he said, had led
candidate in 1905, asserted that Ito "inconsistency" in foreign af-
'lnstead of being a leader," fairs and "shifting" domestic
President E lenhower "reigns'policy which almost dropped
like a constitutional monarch, the nation's economy "Into a
rising above both party and inew recession."
government when things turn I "There is one field In which
unpleasant."' ,the administration hqa shown
The senator said the Demo- firmness of purpose. It has been
crats will take the Presidency in lirm for giveaway, wirether
the 1956 elections and win "a they happen to be the ol-rich
more decisive control" of both tidelands or immensely valuable
the Senate and the House, power sites."
"whether President Eisenhower Accusing the admnlnlttion
agrees to run again or not." :o fa lack of faith In.the nation's
"We have a trustee or care- potential, Kefauver. aid the
taker administration. It hasn't country cannott stay on dead
gotten off dead center since it center at home or aboad.- We
got to Washington and appar-,must resume our fo 'warmovd-
enUtly it Isn't going to get off meant "
dead center as long as it stays I "We cannot afford eIthir a
therp, Kefauver said. party or a Preodent whO Ja
"It Is time. I think, to say toolitle ame who S e tatm"
k ometf ng about the President he said -,-i I|


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ATTENTION G. 'II Just built
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold voter.
Phone Poanma 3-4941.

'FOR RNT--Furnished and un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact ALHAM-
Phone 1384 Colon.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished apartment, 2 bedrooms,
living room, din rom. large
porch, venetian blinds, garese,
hot water, linen, chine glass-
ware. Also excellent maid. Ex-
clusive residential action, Bella
Vista, $175. Phone Balbo.
FOR RENT:r--Sel-furnished a-
portment, to Roosevelt The-
3-5024, .
FOR RENT:-l-bedroom, living
room modern apartment, house
No. 45, Automobile Row. See
De Castro, No. 24 Ave. B. Tel-
ephone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:- Two-bdroom a-
portment, maid's room, garage.
Just built *at "I Cangrolo." Call
FOR RENT:--2-bedreom aoprt-
ment, hot water heater. Ave.
Cuba No. 58. Inquire Apt.'9.
Phone 3-3329. '
FOR RENT:- Frnished apart-
ment, all utilities. Via Espaia,
house before Juan Franco.
FOR RENT.-Furnished or un-
furnished, one bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Bel-
isorio Porras.
FOR RENT:-Furitshed modern
apartment. North American
neighbors. $60, including gas.
^ frequent transportation. Phone
- 3-0471.
FOR RENT-.-New modern one-
rooms peartment, fur"nis e 4.d,
*tove, refrigerator, hot water,
only. Cempo Alegre. Phone 3-
4422 after 6 p.m.
FOR ISET:-- Furnished aport-
.WL-twe beroos, balcony. all
p. jll2 d,';1 N Vo $90. Phone
t fr.7J _____

FOR JENTy.-G.I. Jipected fur-
nished 1-room apartment with
kitchen, all conveniences. No.
17-18 Fourth of July AvOn0es.
Phone 2-5133.

FOI RENT: Modemn apart.
ment, 2 bedrooms, porsh, living
room, dining room. kitchen, ga-
roqe. Completely furnished. =est
46th Street No. 42. Fo infor-
motiow phone 3-1423.


new method of washing wih-
dows eliminates safety belt
suspensiom William Mueller
and James McDermott try it
on the University of Illinois
College of Pharmacy Building
in Chicago. Basket-type car
hangs from a unit that runs on
a track along edge of roof. _

new uniform being worn by
Aperican AirIlne stews e m
wlhen they serve meals eq
ipst-to-coast fights. Called
the 'Flight Topper," it is mod
ad a combination coton-silk
abdo. IVs dark blue, and. to
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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Guysl She's also purring happily over
and Dolls: Mickey Rooney has Corn new' role of director.'1
crogged, his name off the list of "If I had anything to do with it
"Unhappy Stars." Squared away at all." she says, "It's that I point-
with his income debts to Uncle ed out to him how crdel and tragic
Sam, a real homebody in his the movie industry can be. The'
marriage to red-b a ire d Elaine minute the circles and the gray
Mahaken and co-partners with hair appear, you're one rung down
Maurice Duke in a company pro- the ladder."
during movies and telefilms, he's -
saying: If Vic Mature's eyes are strained
S. .these days, it's not high living,
"I've neyer been happier. This but high reading! I
stage of my life is far more e:- Vic's plowing through novels,
citing than the old days at.MGM. short stories, originals and plays
I'm aoing things that I've dreamed to line up properties for the inde-1
of doing for years. Now I'm- a real pendent films he'll mat' after he
part ot-the' motion picture indus- finishes "The- Last Frontier" and
ayt. o another picture for Columbia.
Coming up on his slate of mov. Says the big hunk of man: "I'd
ies after he completes "A Twir- like to find a story I can do with
dre In God's Eye"' are the' life Richard Widmark. I want good
stories of golfer Sammy Snead, stories, and I don't want them to
which he will direct, and jockey be dated."
Johnny Longden, in'which he will He's turned a deaf ear so far to
star. The Mick's company also TV offers and still insists: "I'm
produces his telefilms, "Hey, Mul- not interested in the least A lot of
ligan.' big whips in this town won't hire
E-movie queens won d e r in g-an actor, if they. know be can be
about Fay Wray's portrayal of a seen for free on television. They
onetime star in Alan Ladd's "The don't come right out and say it.
Darkest Hour" can relax. But it's happening just tOe same."
Fay isn't pulling another "Sun- Hollywood's importing foreign
set Boulevard" on her seniors, delicacies at a fast clip to fill the
"There's nothing detrimental to shrinking fist of movie queens, and
our ever-loving profession in the latest bit of ar-
script or in the character she rive is dark-eyed Lilliane. Monte-
told me "and no acres will be vecci.
able to recos.e herself." I Half Italian and half French,
The career. at Fay started two Lllane clicked as the .gypsy in the
years ago after a 10 year ab- new .tewarl Granger starrer,
sence from the screen is perking 'Moonflet." and nQw has ani
briskly with roles in "Queen Bee" MGM contract.. with big role coam-
and -The Cobweb' and she's say- lag up in "Week End at L1p&
ing Vegas." "The Last Hunt,". and
"They're all interesting roles-- I"Lust for'Life." ....':i-
far more interesting than I played e ut no eye-rolling, hip-shaking,
before. I wfs a leading lady and V ich-dojL roles for Lilliang if sh
there's nothing much you can do Oas help It, Says lHolwyood's new
about that. You're trapped. Now oh-la-la
the roles have depth and I couldn't "Mebbe all Americains theenk
be hes zde p o at of French girls, but is not
Corn ie and ean Wallae tr ] show zem. I wan' try to be
are oI In their-tVird movie ats-.eaUy a actress. '
"Sto but they have
fear e Unwritten law thineL ...... "
says a and Mrs. shouldn't put
on doubSeharness before a movie
camdr .' ., r
Bloods Jean intends to do plc-
tures for other stqdios, but says:
'-This is so much fun. Come[ apd
I areIn on our pictures from the
qtArt., We talk to friters. We plan,
we exchange ideas. It's stimulat-
ing Besides, it keeps us togeth-
er. We don't like to be separated."

Ausiramia TV

SIll In Future
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SYUNIEY (UP) Television
promises tq make its debut in Aus-
tralia late in 1956 after seven
years of public bickering and gov-
ernment delay.
The federal government last
month finally granted four com-
mercial television licenses, follow-
ing special hearings which review-
ed the claims of eight applicants,
made up of mnerge4 newspaper, ra-
dio and electronic interests.
Two of the commercial stations
will operate in Melbourne, and two
in Sydney. They will compete with
the government controlled Aus-
tralian Broadcasting Commission
(ABC), which now operates a na-
tional radio network with no ad-
vertising. The ABC prom oteas
"high-brow" entertainment as well
as general- all-round listening pat-
terned on Britain's BBC:
The ABC will start with two TV
stations, and might well be the
first to crack the TVbarrier with
a transmnitter each in Sydney and
Melbourne. It is in these two cities,
where 2,700,000 of Austlalia's 9,-
000,000 population are eoncentrat-
ed, that television will reach its
initial audience estimated at 100,-
000 for the first year.
/ Olympic Games !
The government 'aid down one
important cdition in granting the
TV lieense- ownership to re-
main primarily Australian. Deter-
mined to restrict the interest and
infheicne of London newspaper t -
coons with 'an eye on Australias
entertainment field, the goverm-
mnent ruled that overseas share-
holders in any TV company be
limited to 20 per cent.
Manufacturers claim they will
bTe ready with the latest type of
TV sets when the transmittersm arc
switched on. A spokesman foraoe
big firm estimated that the sets,
which he aid could be easily and
quickly built in Australia, would
sell for about IT-200. Australian
Pounds ($400-475).
Australia's late start in the tele-
vision field goes back to 1948, when
parliament first approved TV for
the caintiy. At that time, howev-
er, the potAimaster generals de-
-nta-bt, wwhicb controls broad-
eavati in Australia, was deterv

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cine, is reported considering
resigning' from her Cabinet
post. Observers believe her
resignation, of which she
warned 'President Eisenhower
some monthMs go, wll hbe due
to illness of her 17-year-old
husband, former. Govy.. William
P. Hobby of Texa&.

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PARIS (UP) Some 103,000 Among the other fascinating
amintings Jalsely credited to Corot ifcts in Isaard's manual is an esti-
hang ;n museums .and private n.att by an anonymous American
homess in the United States and expert that of the 1,000,000 Rem-
mnother 30,000 are in .Irance, ac brandts displayed in museum the
ccrding to a French police officer, world over only 40 at most are
S ..' trom the brush of the Flemish
These startling figures were re master.
vealed in a manual entitled "Thd
Pitatei of Painting" just pub- Isnard says that most copies of
libhed by Guy Isnard Surete Na- famous paintings can be discerned
tionale commissioner in charge of, L y the naked but trained eye.
.'nmasikng copies and forgeries oft He say., they betray themselves by
the old masters. Isnard has had tne dryness of style hardness or
)ears of experience in the field, haziness. He says this is caused by
the effort of the copyst conscien-
His chief advice to the amateur uously to imitate every brush
irt lover and buyer is: Don't in- rtroke ot the artist he is copying.
vest until a:t art expert has in
spected the prospective buy. Ouright forgeries are harder to
detect, he says, but laboratories
According to Isnard, the as. now contain an arsenal of weapons
lounding Carot figures are not so .0' separate the forgery from the
hard to understand whe6 one re-I t-ue. These iange from special in
'nembeis that the famous 19th cen- truments to measure the thick-
tury artist otten signed the works Iess of the costs of paint to micro-
cf his pupus to help these chemical examinations.
ciruggling artists get a beterf
price. One useful hint to the amateur
I -try to stick a pin into the paint
The pre-impressionist master of the work in question. If it sticks,'
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SSta in Daliqs, Texas, where Mr. Cag-
rs. F. J. Brady of J a lboa ley will work for Tecon Company.
sailed on the S. S. Ancon with her -
daughters Aoira (Sis) and -Karen Miss Eugene Entertains
(Doodlesi. They plan to attend the In Honor Of Miss Gardner
graduation of James Brady from In honor of Miss Beatrice Stur-
iVUanove University on Junep 6th tevant Gardner, who is leaving for
and tben tour the East coast. the United States in the near fu-
--- ture, Mrs. Mary Eugene of Balboa
JWB To Hold entertained a few friends at the
O @e CUlnic Brunch in the Patio of El Panama
The first in a series of Colored Hotel.
5lidf Clinics wdll be held Wednes- Miss Gardner, who is retiring
day, June 8th. at 7:30 p.m. This from the Schools Division, plans
W be held the second Wednesday to make her home in Woodstock,
of each month. New York. She will be missed by
'Gordon Thiel, outstanding photo- many friends on the Isthmus.
gkapber on the Isthmus, member
ao Mhe Diablo Camera Chlub and
er of many prizes for his
FprKs, both in the United StatesIEl be r
d on the Isthmus, will offer Dies In
commentary on colored s 1i d e sHOSItal
brought in by those wishing to
yve Mr. Thiel'p expert opinion.
Military personnel and their deFuneral Tomorrow
p enes and interested personsT
ae cordially invited to attend. Mrs. Elizabeth Leveer, a St.
SionsaO Powells In Tuscom Lucian resident of Colon, diec
F1r Daughter'b Graduation at 5 o'clock yesterday morning CRAFT OF TOMORROW-A "Pflyig Barrel" that reportedly
-dr. and Mrs. Bronson B. Pow. at the Amador Guerrero hospl- will outperform vertical take-off aircraft and helicopters is de-
ell of Diablo Heignts are visiting tal of a cerebral hemorrhage. scribed by Aero Digest, a national aviation engineering magazine.
in'Tuscon, Arizona where they wia'She was 65 years old This sketch shows the circular-winged craft in flight. upposedly
a.end tne gr'aoLai0n o n01 e ir Funeral services will be held under construction in France. the coleopter seats three in glibal
a ughter, Celest from the Univer. at 3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon chairs which keep passengers vertical regardless of the position
oily of Arizona. Miss e'owerll is at. at the St Joseph's church. Bur- of the craft. Details of operation are secret. The.original design
tending the Uninersity on a Latin ral will take place at Mt. Hope was invented by Graf von Zborowskl, noted German aerodynamoi- Schnolarship and w 11 I cemetery. cist who pioneered in developing the first rocket aircraft.
receive her B. A. degree in Edu-.i'
cw..i i. Beoire attenoing the Lni- IMrs. Levexler, former pioneer
v'-Fiiy of Arzons Miss Powell at, resident of Camp Bierd'. wass p- f M Bs
tended Colorado A. M, Fort Col-parently recovered from a ma- Founder O f Ari st Brothers
hlus, Colorado for two )ears where jor operation three months ago
asJe was a member of Spurs an when she suddenly collapsed
honorary society and a cheerlead- Saturday afternoon whi'e visit- R i T JH on O f Altars
., ine the home of one of her 'aised To onor Of Alfars
.'.t Arizona she has been on the daughters.
sttif* of the Deseri the school -- --
year b.ok. is a member of their Born in Castries, St. Lucia,, VATICAN CITY May 30 (UP)- in his capacity as Archprtest of
biqrimaid Club and Kappa Alpha she came to the Isthmus in A humble French priest was St. Peters Basihca.
'Iheta sorority M3is Powell nas 1909, was married the following raised to the honor of the altars in Among others present at the
accepted a position to teach in Saniyear and resided in Camp Bierd a beatification ceremony in St. Pe ceremony were 15 relatives of the
Diego, Calilornia this fall. until a few years ago when hert-tr's esiterdayv n the presence of new blessed, seven Cardinals in-
Shusband, Snav Levexer, vet- representatives of institutes which. eluding Pierre M a rie Cardinal
lscketts And Yostes eran Mechanical Division em- he founded in 54 countries through- Gerlier, Archbishop of Lyons who
r. ersain For Cagleys ploye, was retired. out the world imparted the eucharistic blessing
As a "aespedida for Mr. and' Besides her husband. she is .in the afternoon ceremony, an
.! 's. Leo Ltagle, of Ancon, wno:survived bv five daughters, Mrs. The new beatified was the Ven-. members of the diplomatic corps
are leaving for the United StaesRlita Hayes, Mrs. Evelilna Har- erable Brother Benedict Marcel- accredited to the Holy See.
nelt montu, Mr and Mrs. Rogeririott. Mrs Ruth Blackshaw. Mrs. linus Champagnat, founder of the'
C. ackett and Mr and Mrs. Stan- Eunice Daisley. and Mrs. Ethel Little Brothers of Mary or Mar. Champagnat was born in the
le' Yost tendered cocktails and LaSalle of the Bronx. New Yotk. ist Brothers of the schools. diocese ox Lyons on the ver y
c,"ner at the Arm. and Navy Club Two sons, George .and E'erard same year in which the French
in iFort Amador last e-enin., and 11 grandchildren and a. kneeling among, the thousands revolution broke out (1789) and
ite Cagley are leading on the greatt grand child. o ,others" ho attended the "solemn founded the Little Brothers of Ma.
.ceremony in the brilliantly candle- fry WI 1817, one year after he was
lit Basilica was Georgiana Gron- ordained.
S. din, of Portland. Maine, who was
said to have been cured of cancer As the bronze bells of St. Peters
through the intervention of t he 'ngout yesterday that the Ro-
new blessed. fan Catholic church has a mew
*(HEREVER PEOPLE OP DISTINCTION MEET new messed beatified, a hug tapestry
..... The French government was re- Brother Champagnat' surrou

~Th plu of o.khr LLX MALLS,
starts when yfe Ik the aacdtivebright-red
package in your hand. The extra length of
S PALL MALLS Aliters tIh sioke through
Its amIe tbaee and gives you a mellower.,
sweeter smoke. Have you noticed that people
who smoke PALL MALLS seem to,
'acquire geter poi and elegance ?

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-presented at the. ceremony by For- ce anl eis was uniurea irom se
I eign Minister Antoine Pinay who center alcony of the BasilcIU
*I headed a pilgrimage of 600 Mar- A large crowd of faithful masped
l #t Brother, troB Lyoz, *.. r S re to remiv Pope Tas
-ge ceremony begai.fWenon. -o
signor Cprlo Emanuel Toraldo, cheered.
Secret ChaBnberlain of Pope Pius Three days of special prayers
XII, read the Latin beatification wi be held at the French Nation-
brief, compiled' by the Sacred al'Church of St. Louis in Rome
SCongregation of Rites. beginning tomorrow. Thet ridium
will be attended by five Cardinals,
Federico Cardinal Tedesehini, kdaeded by Eugene Tisserant, dean
then recited a solemn pontifical of the Sacred College.

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proves himwlif one of Holjywooa's most wver'Atilt actors in
"SIX BR PGHSTO CROS ," the star bOhted the great
$2,500.000Boston rqbbery that shocked Oe nation. The pic-
ture, starring Tony as the master-crook. behind the crime
of the century, opens next Thursday at the CENTRAL
THEATRE With Julie Adam and George Nader also starred.

Editor Dares Buckingham Palace

To Deny Margaret Loves Townsend

LONDON, May 30 (UP)-Lord very hard for you to bear.
Beaverbrook's newspaper The "Isn't that an extraordinary
8 und a y Express challenged situation? Indeed, an intolerable
Buckingham Palace yesterday to situation.
deny Princess Margaret loves
Peter Townsend if reports of "Frankly. my sympathies are
their romance are untrue. I with the princess. If her battle
"On the other hand if there is were fought openly in the news-
substance in the rumor, I think papers, I think she would win.
for the good of all concerned the For great public support would
drama should be played out in flow to her."'
public." Express editor John
Gordon said in a signed article .
on his editorial page.
Beaverbrook sided with Kine
Edward VIII when the sovereign u ff

t Windsor.
Gordon said bluntly that re- By BEANS REARDON
ports of Margaret's romance 24 Years i National League
with the handsome war hero. Written for NEA Service
now a Royal Air Force groin QUEI ih rt.
captain. excited more interetQUf ESTION: With first base oc-
than te ritlsh election Just cupied.. ou.t and two strikes
ldi ..11onlthe baNer, he swings at a ball
In the same column Gordon whieir staees the dirt in front of
criticized the Archbishop of ater. Is the batter out or can
Canterbury for anti-Dress re- heatr.Istebatte Srouto can
marks in relation with the al- he run?-Geore Scoendahl.
lered romance. Answer: He Is out. By swlaging
Then he said* "If there 18 at the pitch, be turns a wild pitch
truth in the story, the drama Into a strike. If the batter swings
now going on behind the scenes at such a pitch with first base Uns-
Is not only a most moving on e tcupiedf he is entitled to run.
but a most seribus one. Q. With one out and a ipsan on
',It Is a struggle between the third base the better hits a rather
heart of a girl and the church: long fly to the left fielder: who
between love and the rules of drops the ball. The run ne r, who
one religious section of the corn- had tagged up, scores. How is this
munity-awhich though perhaps stored?-Dick Gibson.
not the largest i1. as the estab-
lished Church of England. the A. Whether the runner would
most powerful. have scored after a catch is left
"The prices desires-if ru- 6 the discretioe of Ite scorer. He
mor is rable--to marry for mald decide on a sacerifice fly sad
love like any -other girl. Marry -n error. If an sacrifice fIy, the
for. Juve* -say the church, and hatter Is charged with a time at
we shall make the consequences tt. ..... .. .. .. .

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were pMotrt to -havhesletn
babies after the' battle
ended only. after their house ha
been,peppered with tear ta
An inquest was called for 2
p.m. today.-
Polic said they uncovered
large sums of money and pman
bank dep sdt slps in the house
There also were what appeared
to be burglary tools and ingeni-
Ous homemade devices Intluding
a makeshift heater and a stor-
age bin consisting of piles of
coil springs and- mattresses.
Officers said the Ltndleys
refused to explain the presence
of the huge arsenal and' laroe
amounts of cash in their
Sheriff deputies found high-
powered binoculars., several tiny
cameras and many copies of a
magazine published for shotgun
hobbyists. Piles of other mawa-
zines and books ranging from
modern light fiction to a volume
on abnormal female sex prac-
tices also were crammed into the
Parked outside the cement
block building was a souned-up
panel truck containinei still more
weapons and ammunition, a spe-
cial carburetor for high speeds,
and extra heavy loads.
As far as police could deter-
mine, the shooting begun during
a neighborhood argument. Dour-
las Wingfield told officers Lind-
ley took a potshot at him while
arguing over placement of a new

afntDepf W. 0 T
wounded. ,
Other officers then ruahe$ to
the scene and the shoot be-
gan In earnest.
"It was the worst thhin I ever
went through," McLeod uid .
"and It all apparently started
over a neighborhood' argument."
MdLeod said a search of 'the
house uncovered a pistol and.,
ammunition concealed ,e ltA.I
Sltmost every piece of furTi e.,
There also were unooene gues
of new weapons and qm bU -
tion. The tuns included l*ies,
shotguns, pistols and revolvers,
he said.
. In the hot-rod truck, police
found racks of tools concedIad
under the hood and a .30'cali-
ber revolver and a .45 caliber
automatic on the front seat.
Lindley said he installed the ex-
tra gas tank so he could drive
back to Tndlana with only one
stone for fuel.
Mrs. Lindley told police her
husband was a retired school
teacher and graduate of the U-
niverstty of Indiana. She wps
quoted as saying he spent three
months in an Indiana mental
institution in 1938. He said he
could not remember anything a-
bout that.
The couple were said to .have
moved, to Marion County. Fla.,
from Indiana 10 years ago. The;v
came to Ocala about three years

Students Take Sides As Teachers

Stage Nationwide Strike In Itl

ROME, May 30 (UP) Police
kept an eye on Italy's nationwide
school strike today to prevent
new violeppe among toen-A&i
students wlj bose de.for a
against their teachers.
Three students weree Injured
and 20 were detained by poce
scattered incidents on te first
day 1 the walkout by 91,600
teachers in 3,800 aecondaryI
school Saturday.
There were no signs of an iam-
mediate crack in the exam-week3
Premier .Marlo Scelba. whoI
vainly tried to block the walk-
out, had to bow out of the pic-
ture lat night.
' He heads for 81cily tomorrow
to plunge into the campaign for
crucial: teional elections on the
island M Sunday.
The government's plan to use
university professors to give high
school- (secondary school) exa-
minations threatened to b a c k-
fire. University professor's in
Milan senMt a telegram to. Rome
warning 'the government t h a t
they obcted.
The striking teachers, demand-
ing higher pay, claimed their
IoppngC was 95 per cent effec-
ITveu ustrday. The Ministry of
1ducat1n said that only 5 per
oent of the teachers had sup-
ported the walkout.
SNeutral surveys showed the

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scuffle among studbtMh outside
the Gioberti school. The demon-
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Douenlcpls No Ordinary Gobbler, 8WDoi..t rv
i0.f ecial fhoe-form 'While
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t.e delicate golden olive leave
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ROMP- --(UP) Only a few of make the precious shoes for the TogeuLr. they have made two
the thousands of visitors to Vati Santo Padre pa fr the Pope. The first ,air
ran City know of the little odi Yes. Domenico Cangltull, togeth. as M ted velvet' and t heh
shoemt"tng shop on thuq borg l.r with his beautiful wife, Rosa, wa of fine white leather.
Bet far from the grandeur of St. tkpks the precious shoes" for Deoom co has made many ,shoes
Peter's Squdre. But about the shop Pope Plus XIL They are a special i. clients not in the Vatican. but iu
and Its owner, 30-year-old, dark, kind of shoe fashioned from fine k, 1itsdbS to close the bsho on*
a"usle-haired, Domenico Cangulu, leather. of cloth or multicolored Boro Plo and open enuewhere "
there Is special distinction. velvets. in Rom, to "'workountil the end
aor loenieo Cangilli is no or-. With the thop. old Giuseppe left only for the Vatican, for the mon.
Anary cobl aer, and the shoes ine 'forms' made to the measure- Mignoro and the lanto Padre."
fa ons are of a sped-ali ond. ments .1 the Pope's feet besides I
frhis short and ste k ex-saIoru many other 'forms' of the digni- Domenico has never seen the
from Tara, o will. .te l you the i es, the monsignors, and the I is his ambition to be al-
rtory iof how he started in bus hp- of the Vatican.. owed to kise the hand of the Pope
ess, if you have the time to lis-. "It takes nearly three days to and heer from the Pope's own lips
.en. Hw, whe n he was an ap- make these kinds of shoes," says .aome word f Praise for the shoe
ren.c uepp ountteroflth. c s .Lomenico. "You have to be ve-y be has made. Many people in the
im, t h..issiet.t o ra..h.l patient, but I'm a shoemaker of 'aUcan have praised his work,
"Dim ton n sickd. a y o.a tin*huty and my clients are except I omenico said, "and have told me
-.D.o menomy s onthe ht qu aP ,o .
ne leave you S dtional." thee Sa.t Padre wase "d but
&But youI aveclever bans and a. To fashion a pair of shoes for it Is not the same ing.
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8. "AGGRMBORG". ...........................July 4
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IOUT1 S.S. "HEBEDIA1" ................................June o
KJ 104 2 S.S. "PARISMINA', ..............................June 2
J5s Weekly filings of twelve passenger ships to New
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North East Seuth Westand Seaftle.
IN.T. Pass 24 Pwas _____and___ Seattle._________
4.. Pass 46 Pass
Opa n S ed---^ Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
..... York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
West op d te dc o To New York ........... ..... ...o240.00
and East won with the king. With. To Los Angeles and San Francisco .. .1270.00
o0t thinking much-about tue fat- To Seattle .......................$365.00
ter, EaSt continued with the ace
o, clubs. This play gave declare TELEPHONES:
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SoutJ -notieed that the ten of

clubs dropped on the second triek.'
Later on, declarer got to dummy
and ruffed a low club. This
dropped the queen of clubs, and
established dummy's nine. South
drewt rumps and discarded a ida-
mans on the nine of clubs. Since
South lost only one heart and two I
clubs, he made his contract.
Aftew the play of the first trick.
East should have aeen that the
three.. missing clubs were the
queen, .jack and ten. Sine West
had ld the deuce of elubs, he
- he ifther two more clubs or none I
ift .ea. st.ed no more clubs, t
didn'-t. atte .whether East leda
high.or ad. low cub at the second -
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cuu, oa LuBi of ten jockeys,
which included Chilean ace Cris-
tian Rebolledo, were given sus-
Five horses also received en-
forced layoffs, and one jockey
was fined.
A detailed account of the
stewards' activities follows.

meets crossed Golden Glass
with Jose de la Cruz.
Virgillo Castillo four meets
-changed course in homestretch
with Lazy Brook.
Andrea Gonzales six meets
-failed to urge Amat. Gonzales
was also fined $5 or not report-
ing that he was fouled by Apo-
linar Reyes.
Victor Rodriguez two meets
-failure to control Candelaria
at the start.
Marcos Hurley six meets -
croieed Candelaria with Villa-
Julio Jimenez Jr.-four meets
-changed course with Gonzaga.
Apolinar Reyes-16 meets-12
for crowding Daniel and La
Enea with Yosikito; four for
crossing Majestic and Sally
Spruce with Espagirico.
Julio Rodriguez-12 meets-Ro-
driguez rode Majestic to a last
place finish last week. Sunday,
Majestic won with Cristian Re-
bolledo up. Rodriguez had al-
ready been serving a four-meet
suspension for crossing with
Tingat the week before.
Cristian Rebolledo-four meets
-changed course with Sugar-
FIRENZE-two meets poor
Tuira-eight meets refused
at start.
Floreno two meets poor
Barriroe two meets -
scratched after deadline.
Hurlecano two meets-poor
Texas League, suffered a mental
lapse in a game ayedagainst
Oklahoma City, May 23, when
he forgot to touch home place
and was tagged out on his way
to the dugout.
Despite Roberts' boner, his
team managed to win, 5 to 3.
Class A South Atlantic League,
notched his ninth victory in 11
decisions when he hurled the
Hornets to a 3 to 2 triumph over
Jacksonville, May 25.
Class A Western League, hit
safely in 1 consecutive games
before he vwa stopped by Ben-
ny Daniela, who yielded nly

Moore is Pueblo's regular
Class B Big State League had
himself two hits and three runs
batted In, in his team's recent
7 to 6 win over Waco.
Charles plays third base for
peg, Cla C Northern League,
seat the column a post card
which read:
"NeV. JJ.:
"Thanke for the wonderful
writeup you gave me in The
Panama American.
"I showed the item to Kub-
ski and he liked what you
wrote about him too.
"He also said that an soon
as things are settled, you'H be
hearing from him."


A couple of very young shot-
gun enthusiasts, John and Ed-
ward Marshall, were on hand at
the Cristobal range last Wednes-
day afternoon eager to try their
skill and to be initiated into the
fraternity of scatter-gunners.
John broke seven out of
twenty-five targets and Edward
dusted nine at Trap from the
16-yard line. We are of the opin-
ion that they will be back and
will show rapid improvement in
the sport.
Mrs. Bill Clark used her new
20 gauge pump-gun, breaking 14
birds out of 25, which is not too
bad for a starter with a new
gun. We expect her to be giving
us a lot of competition after a
few more practice sessions.
Windy sellers had himself a
field-day, Windy broke 49 out of
50 targets from the 16-yard line
at Trap and went straight in a
strbi Of Skeet, breaking a to-
tal of 74 out 75 birds for the
aom scores for May 25:
Skeet (25 targets)
Windy Sellers ........... 25
R. CManova ............ 24
yay exnayder .... 23
AS#fltteD (410) ........ 20
oha (410) ...... 18
g ellera, Jr. ....... 1

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1-Barlyon $4.60, 2.80, 2.80.
2-Sun's Moon $3.80. 2.8a.
3-Empire Magic $3.20.
Second Double: $4.60
1-NaranJazo $4.80, 3, 2.40.
2-Winsaba $11, 5.
3-Avispa $3.
Quinlela: $84.40
I-Majestic $15, 6.40, 4.40.
2-Nesscliffe $11.60, 6.40.
3-Begonia $6.40.
One-Two: $115
1-S-ugarplum $5.80. 4.
2-Barge Royal $3.20.
1-Jachalln $2.80, 2.40.
2-Sierra Velluda $5.40.

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fv0.--. 6 17, .51 5 6A Cle-Svelhnd .,.2'
New Yor .22 20 .5249 a ...9
St. Lul ....18 20 .474 11 .....,.
Milwaukee .9 22 .403 1l%'Botof,..,.
Oincinnati ...8 21 .463 11% Wa"htgt
Philadelphia ..17 23 .42 13 .,4
Pittsburgh ...12 2 .300J 18 i"alt .--'. "

Teams Again Leading Sugarplum Races To T Ing

At Memorial Day Date Juan ranco Feature Vicfory

-'maJorueau Champion Naval StaFnc F. i.du
NEW YORK, May 30 (UP)-It looked lihe 1953
Small over again today with the New York Yankees and haStion ter
.Brooklyn Dodgers in command of the major league Cpi esoyn

they'll do It again thsyear if omer or the Giant, whoa anLoop
memorial Day leaders will win 0 deficit. Test In Atlanti The victCl1y was thoe first forod
the pennants holds true. It's an foot home -- the four r-old bay daughter
xiom that's proved correct Larry Doby'. s 500-foot homeoTe it Westefit
nore than half the time and it' s run featured the Indiana' 4-2 By T VOR lMON Paul M h teher strp triumph in te
barely looked sounder than it verdclt over the Kansas Cit thByTREVOR MON Paul Mn notrw hs more often DentUlWitch since
does for therYankees and Dodg- AthleticsthatdhelpedHerbm*than not, proven his ability o her atirpat %triumph in the
does for the yankees andc Dodg- Athletic and helped eb The concensus of opinion a- pilot a hamnlonship club.$5,00 Cadded Fr@scon. Arias Pa-
ers this year. on T Mutuels choice Barge Royal
The Yankees rode the crest of by's blast cleared the rightmo lanic Basketball League rs that years camp nin n tao forged to the ront right after
a six-game winning streak, 13 field wall, which stands 50 Naval Station will face ita. sti- Coast cage and -5 D the break with ugarplum in
wins in ames and t three- feet high, ta nt 4 fNavaSt th gar
gwins n 14 r ames and a three- feet high, t a nt 405 feet fest test as it takes to the floor Conover add height and expe- hot p Cristian Rebolledo,
mae first-place leader over the from home pte-only the ".K Wednesday night to start what Slence .. od up on 8u glum, kept his
eveland Indians All this, and fourth time the feat wa they hope will be their march to Carl Sim mand ArnoldA Man- upot h along behind
Bob Grim, too. romoshed. It came off Bob wards a fourth consecutive bning, bothwyhtoy able per-m arge R o nt hthaogalowin
The Dodgers were fresh from fifth lossuffered h. d Ove championship. former, wll muc of other he Royalcesettr to get a breather.
The Dodgers were fresh from fifth loss. -- For three years the Tars have load for 's ofeniv Three furlongs out, theAn-
taking a series from the New rlongtes o t lathe in the Atlantic Bors Mnn
York ants, 2-1 had won five Te4 Williams had a triple and CHOP TALK Knowing of Por-. oinatel Leaue y in tthe Atlantic Both Si hape and gin v nn ug.a.1 r.e fr l wad the Aon-
of their last seven games and double and Jackle Jensen hit ky Ed Oliver's fondness for thakey have ver run awaoty ththe sportsmeeady n shape an d g en engaged a hema an
held a six-game lead over the two homers and drove in five pork, a meat dealer presented the champive everonshp; quite the tor a ast-breang offense .de Barge Roal and the twoil
second-place Chicago Cubs. All runs to lead the Boston Red Box him with a loin of choice chons Iontrar i The Navy boys from which has become the trad- tvay down the homestretch
this, and relief pitching, too. to a 12-7 win over the Washing- at the close of the Kansas contrary. The Navy boys from whichark haof Mbeome teams o trade S, luy e
ton Senators while Mike Forne- ty Open. The veteran touring o Solo have fac timero a rk of Mms and kly drew away to
Both reached the Memorial es scattered nine hits in pitch- professional golfer wa at e d no I position and each time hhe announcement that John ros that ulnre to-and-
Day signpost in grand style the Chicago White Soxto a time showing his apprecat championship fight squeeze that haverough i es wil don the blue and ne-alt lengthstothe good
yesterday. theYankees edging f -3 win over the Detroit Tigers championship fights that have The announcement that John dro( the fingh line two-and-
esterday, the Yanees egg 3 win over the Detroit Tgers last right down to the last white of Universal Sports added Jaqulmazo wound up third
out the Baltimore roe, other A.L. games. night of play. much to Moser's quest of good lY Y a length back of Barge
and the Dodgers deet -h .t 1 V Such will be dgaoin retter-than-six-tooters. Hay e s A.oyal with fast closing Don Cu-
Gtantes, 8-5. te v2 sead The St. Louis Cardina ls p re- H a r r for 1955. But this time the road as an outstanding star of the .0o, fourth, another two lengths
the Yankees a 29-12 re ented new manager rry to a championship will be a C H.S. varsity teams of 1953 and behind. Mireatoats was last in
thcompared to their 26current 0-10 re e i his first victory ee-run rough and rugged one killed wi 954and has been attending the five-horse field.
on Memorial Day19her paced them to a -2 vi pitll that carry the names of ege n Missisippil. His col- Sugarplum returned $5.80 to
the Dord crs current 0he0 rd omer paced them to a b-2 vie- -M ile Ki COrU Universal S orts and Gibraltar ee experience with top flight win. Re boiedo and Bravo s .. ad
ord te ar better than the tory over the Cincinnati Red- Life. Even t underdog Powells ;ee performers wil come itin .addle honors with two victories
23-rim pace o two years ago. credit for his firstky received five loomsugh dangerous night, iandy when he arrives on the each. .sikto ($17.40) and Ma-
ii"ronkie to eaf credtt for hr ferst wyn.e I m A theough thshave received no isthmus. Hayes is due to arrive jestic w15) were the day's only
Grim A.L. "rooki e nlrof ithe yem S r I Sam e a c serious consideration in chaos- .une 4 and will therefore only orshot winners.
an 1954, "joined t he tea n e n the other N.L. remed Hal ing the final champs for '55. e absent from the line-up foi ,.#
t erday whei ts in eitd hing his th win of the yed a n redit for as Universal Sports has present- opening night The dividends:
o'es to fivome hits In ptchng hs win of the year In relief as ---saP ed a roster of 10 players and one Gilbert Smith the little "bu-
frst complete game or. tth Chicagn Cubs downed the LONDON, May 30-(UP) -Two big "maybe." The big question lessrant the o basketball IST RACEi
.year. A 20-game winner last 1ewoukee Praves, A-6. for their men in the same race today k in Paul Moser's pinca t o btrom a pbair o 1Irah Profit 40, 2.20
.year, Grim had failed to go. 13th triumph in 16 vame, and broke the world's record for the k in sport five to vi- years with Unclf Sam's ArmR -Fangio 20.20, 4. .
,;the distance in seven previous Robin Roherts wnn his seventh two-mile run c. tory the U nisport five tch. On and should be ready o act-n -la bardf.20 ,
,.starts this year and had man-. am, as the philadelohia Phil- They were Sandor Iharos of tory fis Isaa outcomeltinovitch. onry to som ne e first. Thern -Althere $4.
th f inalnoutcomeiofnd ZenirSWoot itowome Juneefirst. Then there is
eager Casey Stengel walling that les toppled the Pittsurh i Hungary and Ken Wood use "Pelty," whose talents are is Bill Blackburn whose bulky SECOND RACE
Ohe needed another starting rates. 5-2, fo' thit seventh Britain. I;aro won teo The already committed to the Pan-ame Is hard to move from un- 1-.Gaucha$3.60 2.60, 2.20.
Pitcher. 4rojiyht. "erdlrt. ~h'I second and Wood ran secom Those ama League, rests much of their der the basket. 2-lPaques $2.80, 3.
Art Schallock, Philadelhla Pitts urgh rame race was run at Londs hopes. But with or without the Moser has not filled his roster 3-Atom-0 $8.
SArt hallock, purchased from s ded n the seventh white City Stadium t lanky Gold Coast ager, the with the maximum 15 players First Double: $5.60
the Yankees on May 12, matched with the Pirates leading, 8-3. where three men broke te Unlsport standard bearers will provided by the League's bhy-
erim until the ninth when four-minute mile in the same carry their fight right down to aws. But what he has provides THIRD RACE
Mickey Mantle singled with one YESTERDAY'S S TA R race Saturday. e finish wih a ood a Uiort- .versal Sports with a formi-
out, moved to second base on rr Doy of theIndan, Iharos, a 25-year-old Hunga ment of youth, he tho and ex- c starthveih odMr oot 1160 80.
.ank Bauer's infield out and who lasted a home rim esti- ran clerk and Britain's Woodperence.. the h.t 2- Gonaga $4.
ed on rookie Elston Howard's mated a 500 or more feet. b th smashed the old rec of.n o th I hill n od eo $ 2011 8

tuire waa i t h sehRatIn Au t n-1 h low of their playing manager, confidence.8 FO RT R AC

Sril t relief performance from garian teammate aoa. -' at 2.20, 7.20.

;-3 verdict over the world cham- Sata mile in which he, 2.
ogers' second stra ht vict hri taway. and. Brian SIXTH RACE
the Giants. only the odayn Anth0Mew rokethe.iIya hI $o7.r0

,on and Duke S nider all hit -mile contest *b arrier. HM.-Papa Flynn $2.60, 2.80, 2.20
omers for the Dodgers, who A successful pitcher s'-er But Taborlan didn't even finish JUAN FRANCO stewards kept three hit while during Lincoln 2-Copadora $16.40, 2.40.

uted southpaw Johnny Anton- who can throw a baseball ^ ter the two-mile1 run. He dropped hard at their task o2 punishing to a 4 to 0 victory over Pueblo, 3-Devon Maiden $2.80.
I the ants' "desperation than anyone can shake a stick out with two laps to go. wrongdoers, and over the week-May 19. -. 60,2.80,2.20
10"A aS fUiUa UK CZIJu+Sy

Philunaaephia 401 000 00-5 11 0
Pittsburgh 100 100 000-2 8 0
Roberts (7-3) and Seminick.
Pepper (0-1), King, Law and
(Second Game)
Philadelphia 000 300 0-3 6 5
Pitsburgh 310 013 x-8 13 0
Cole, Kipper, Mrozinski and
Surkont and Shepard.
Called at end of 61/ innings
on account of Pennsylvania cur-
few and will be resumed at later
c ate.

Does not become part of
v ds until completed.
I illwaukee 000 140 010- 6 1
Chicago 005 103 00x-9 I
Burdette (3-4), Johnson,
gas and Crandall.
Rush, Jeffcoat (6-0) and

14 1
10 a

Four Pitchers Aid

In Giving Montreal

94 11-Inning Win
NEW 'ORK, May 0-(UP)--It
took fdur pitchers to do the job,
but each had a hand in moving
Montreal to within half a game
of the International League lead
Pete Wojey, Joe Stanek, Glenn
Mickens and Roger Craig all
pitched In to help the Royals
gal nan 11-inning 9-8 victory
Sver the Buffalo Bisons yester-
i:ay. Craig entered the game in
;tie last of the ninth and was
credited with the triumph.
League-leading Toronto split
a twin-bill with Rochester, Cliff
Johnson getting credit for the
Leaf's 4-2 victory in the open-
er while Harry (Duke) Markell
hurled the Red Wings to a
three-hit -2 win in the night-
Syracuse defeated Columbus,
6-5, in the opener of a double-
header, then rallied for three
runs in the seventh inning of
the nightcap to sweep, 3-2.
Rocco Ippolito's two-run hom-
er in the 11th gave Richmond a
10-8 victory over Havana.

lose your shirt

on wrong


Wash. 210002110-7 17 2
Boston 014 121 03x-12 14 0
Stobbs (1-4), Ramos. Aberna-
thy, Shea and FitzGerald.
Nixon, Surce (1-1), Kiely and
W L Pet. GB
Toronto .... 28 13 .683
Montreal ... 28 14 .667 j
Rochester. 22 17 .564 5
Havaan ... 23 18 .561 5
Columbus .. 18 23 .439 10
Richmond .. 16 24 .400 11%
Syracuse ... 13 24 .351 13
Buffalo ... 10 25 .286 15
(7 Innings)
Columbus 000 002 0-2 6 0
Syracuse 000 000 3-3 2 0
Van Brabant and Roarke;
Peterson, Erickson (6), 8nyder
(7) and Heyman. WP-Snyder.
HR-Delguericio, Sullivan, Ka-
,(11 innings)
Havana 00030041000- 8 14 1
Rich. 300 0030110-0 9 2
Powell, Sanchez (1), Harris
.(6), Cueche (8) and Noble; ick-
ford. Volselle (4), Jorg n (7),
Fle (8) and St. C.aire.WP-
Fine. LP-Cueche. HR-Sierra,

The HH Parade

(Based on 100 official at bats)

Player and club
Kuenn, Detroit
Kaline, Detroit
Power, K. City
Mantle, N.Y.
Dollar, Chicago

ab r
151 25
158 30
127 26
143 43
105 18

h Pet.
57 .377
57 .361
45 .354
47 .329
34 .324

Ashburn, Phila. 30 120 23 47 .392
Mueller, N.Y. 39 163 19 59 .362
C'nella, Bklyni 40 150 27 51 .340
Virdon, St. L. 32 127 22 43 .339
Cchoen't, St. L. 38 144 23 48 .333
Kluszewski, Redleg .... 13
Snider, Dodgers .......... 12
Zernial, Athletics ...... 12
Mays, Giants ........... 11
Mantle, Yankees ....... 11
Snider, Dodgers ........ 41
Campanella, Dodgers ... 40
Berra, Yankees ......... 35
Kaline, Tigers ......... 34
Mantle, Yankees ....... 34
Vernon, Senators ...... 34

Mantle, Yankees ......
Bauer, Yankees .........
Smith, Indians ..........
Snider, Dodgers .........
Dark, Giants ..........
Mueller, Giants .........
Kuenn, Tigers ........
Kaline, Tigers ..........
Dark, Glants ........
Aaron, Braves ..........


59 I
57 f

(Based em n delsimns)
Pitcher and club Waln Lst Pet.
Newcombe, Dodg... 7 0 1.000
Jeffcoat, Cubs .... 6 0 1.000
Arroyo, Cardinals .. 5 0 1.000
Turley, ankes .. 8 1 M.9
Conley, Braves .... 7 1 .75

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Chicago at St. Louis (2) Balti
Milwaukee at Cincinnati (2) Cl 4I ')
Philadelphia at New York (2) Kaa City (Je3 )
Pittsburgh at Brooklyn (2) New York at W t (2)
Brooklyn 131 011 010-8 12 1 Chicago V O 9 00
New York 000120 200- 8 1 Detroit 00 000 1-. 9
Podreas (5-3), Hughes and Fornleles (4-2) and O0artney.
Campanella. Garver (3-7). Abe, Zuverink
Fletcher and House.
AntonellI (4-6), Corwin, Wil- ---...
helm, Grissom, Giel and Wes- Cleveland 002002000-4 10 1
trum, Katt, Hofman. Kansas City 000 00001-2 10 0
--- Score (5-83)- Narleak, Mosal
Cincinnati 000 002 000-2 7 0 and FPolle, Hdgan.
St. Louis 010 600 OOx-7 8 0 R. Shantz (8-5) and W. Shantz
Minarcin (2-1), Valentine, -
KlIppstein, Ridulk and Landrith. New York 000000001-1 6 1
St. Louis: Poholsky and Sarnl. Baltimore 00o 000 000-0 5 0
--- Orim (3-2) and Berra.
(First oame) Schallock (0-1) and Smith.

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s s that Nd Prr r. The i leaps night, but I've alJas th
Itltewd 'around a ball that."
rr pocket aad thee Well, 2r ic --
MWes tp oO too OaS he had Ppader twe eh, fat ch
iWapires am d G and leave. ae's nI air
nho o Ayers In the visitors' bull er. Archia sd
eof aeen Pat the catch wae not asast ma he'd be tha
m' the Ao. h made. The shouts are lot ithe a p a bre-
t omme lnted roar of the crowd. What happens? rmise adl keepln' ld A
cm o --Jack McCombs. cool all alght "
wasmpion. ,smte That's old sandlot

Sss forest, the thick a ml btreess a d Los Angeles -n (NA) '
0a1 the. along the route. T elder p yHtaainldg ke i ammond has rNeoverAd ftst
At at sa Franso fog fre-
S rani untilI mostno certainly would not go out operation and will rnatm
ao rtoud rmk or 0 the field again. The losing man scorebOard duties wit the
"W cosremarked ferer uquestlonably would- r ig golf professionals.
l. "We may lose some golfers et the game, which would eave i
o dt __ _gdpnch d ti oa__ tee Bdent, Cic nuaU -S
above ar a d re en a decision to the league presi- n -
ut that itt ir la th Q. What St. Louis CardinalHortop Milan Redle shortstop

he 0ain bot mthe alldeatsthe- 2 iphe lar bas ebeys Hal o graduating to the big sow e

-r ltah. at Ol eae an insensitSvit to pe breFR TU PLE CRO-O N.
cahai t o ma k t o urge aog has bee4 Weree am- theuiB l m akst are held bo Rogers
Sass Pd.d wah a to the n r'a s at Yank"e ntadu e Iune o t by? -Oscar Franks.
-Thn the money men o A. Hittin g ely in. tc houseeu ve gdi
a h tak the o s, m en or t h _h e__ _vl n thrfe__ __rnelg n games, 38e; its, 260; rum an, 141;
sad take the course apa. wit uo.e.or..mand total bases, 45, all in -12; .ncanto- Todo.35.0
F-a prd e d n the hirhesi IO OF DaR w tivit es when interest in the breed Q. How many players were e In Cnema opl
LpI uo o e in 10 years, but otecs noa alt lagged, but always a few dihars elected to baseball's Hall of Fame ene ee Van fn, i
06 1w know te Lake Cours e Tb who had spec2.l affection for the this ylar?-lrnie Pickett.e
qmiy dlbt,that the winner Will sourmu carried on. A Four-Ted Lyons, Jo
M---is e au bFral with more than theuu Carr .A F T Lyns, an
trhi ode Ileh thed for Bn thogL at tOne we can be thankful Harinett. eTEe Outlw% COPt ult
*. I Ua wim Andh wonte for te hem H t fIo in fo Magie Da R and'ab ls e
uiseiaan at Ookland Hills. Tse f r breeding fo earlessness
SIt-ontent. 4s ntt, the Lake Cours I rand inseeunltvitr to pnai, a breed TkniLE C OWN
as sir usterar to rrhntnkhas been adu heced with the mo st A T y N .Y

"r--ae istsm .,' o..retra l FI A OaIST bF E
Osktf Hills ora Oaouold ape;t.awed In Brita In 193S, dog docile nature. Insensible to the Yonkers, N. Y. (A) A
Sdown in ront wh gh ting claim the interest of onslaughts of small children and triple crown awaits harness rac-
l do a t M or altuarol, whe 4 many breeders sa nd fanciers. frei from the psyches which i drivers for winning thMe three 1ASSiON"
S'o for turol a year ago. Whe it was evalent there often plague the more nllient richest race the Hambleonn in
A0s o o the La k ou wee teiier infusl at times to andmo hurthe and the Yonkers Twin Futur ties
At 00 yas, the Lake ure increase agility. bulldog i just as docile to live for three year-olds. even are

Ie IaLLIAMferetbut7 as Ft hs.e tet pleney c
Jeen o I theboys had It oust wit h O There were times between the with as he Is fearsomet o look at. eligAible. .
I _^S__i,-W, ^ ^Itri in_ .1951, but it plays con-
SAN FRANCISCO. "Jack'a Jeynt" ls a downtown IGO of a o a er.

o e odn ce.ricat a tt d nR BFmew. muma rr....a is b
Sfeedery. which beguiles $e. aentue appe titles of At obe t aeb lear Jo.nes is pu to work i
ow. It neither as unpreposesi nor wntt CA O tr e Club. w i pen s ite. r p heA r1
by as the name or sopell astrnth to L Anld it does h a other tlere, a lot more rougi i I n
. re s es *moved Wr k, a terraled green -
It doeaterdn L for' instance, whet amid o thev p r be to -anda e a Gr
arom se l mets, spices, and grvies -o. there as R floor d. chn of t being murdered by ex-
It consited of one of.the world's great namqu naes i track and'_dpt In a fortress for
hyaloaW deon t etl3i tneprhpethe foPtting the par. ,r IRbSTOR
Pta shot Io rJones found at he coult doM FIRESTONE "500"

grants. Theyeoselydeotferent. of .par 70 as it was. He lengtened 91 ST O N GR! s an u o do
Prodded by a visitor from the aat l Dink "ore fbmaste rour holes, changed t -par for t h a e SUPER P s o
kr.own, aMs Robert Lyman) Tern leton wasl engs e in it a run- l st-oa yards-from 5 to 4.t aHoe .Te SER PRO TECTe o
w an be wers l Melbourne 0 .- ia ter u the greens, bu t they blM oe SUPER TRACTION THAT WOt
t o f oor w n dner ,m e d are not u d l tn ._1- ,_and tricky. eIS U ER L. 0"
He Otoo the issoe o atne.d -oee aur Md foe or Vmy u S e --

And defpittre -e c ofLD of concern over0Rusia's m ro To \ b
-htrack -and 1 mighI eta d 9 th W Of ror hu nigs In that roee let I og Editor Alseoe
.r'Qte gihn afthe WTt b o theyJeis believed tt. a IN
TMpli asi n rt ema t vas remarkable asthe. Iear Stan. nes will h for thet B.C., Phoenician traders brought [EIBL TOR WIO CHAMITIBLLS.
fwt s _a h, who used.. to make a vabit Of win rfig the -IC will be little roll on heavy S specimens of the largeand fierce S INE
(reri'A" ber tI' ) l.' -y waved juilh Francisco gross that is ever moist Greek Mollosian doge to the NO TE TO FINCH. TEAROR P n

stremnuy demo rat h obU s, Was Sente MAtI from dew and fog. The ball can fitish isles. These dogs used by

notfde =a J ea tothe s .1a s. wall turn be stopped dead, otr nearly, o, on the Greeks. as war dogs and for
i l theirr suiet. In the Templeton bk, they've had It. u grens ating. T gafe, came the
oua of the co ntemporary champs who received a reprieve The story of the Open will be orefathe as r ese stiff, the N A EI O T M
is parry O'Brien; the first man to crack the 60-foot barrier In that of par 4 holes U of them traitlio y dog of early Britain. ,

lh sot. Pt Iw world record of 8 t~e ch 1nhes. Th' .oe o The th Mastiff often, w asher a tooth hold on a
strenuously -e on ta of thee day bull mi t tear, out, a old of skin plete Prize-wn Numbers in the rdary Drawl No. 890, Sunday May 29, 198 .dog.
S e sl be o the be ad Hogan, Dr. Cary Middlecoff and a dne clam between two offset froaw ,
oheEmD sOLDS Or la couple of dozen other guys, a buMl whenthoad attached itseBf

it Was not ealy of the visitor to te n whether Mr. Templeto baiting. It was logical to breod
eenm mas y enudentwlbe sed ene o~. n n h Iw Ata smaller, thugh none .heeloe.
Wus a mppnroving, or disapproving t he ch;mplon's technique, adndo oad Irl i o AVAL BL. R W IT WI
since be was dreamily lost in tile grace and rhythm of the Wen- grtmase and A fearl s do _I c r

Sskip sand whirl e neglected to rk. t ge were should a gl it d or atempw o
Another veteran who survive d1t. Frank (Bud) Held, ,- ote _b ldSe dze 2975 N 3,2 0o0 0o
Snford star, who Cgrrently throws the Javelin for the local

Olmpil club, of which Mr. Templeton1t what might be oe- bAs th scalet inre aieogy LRBFt
"one otse Bunt days B a n ,. ular, other characteristics of the
"O ver oftfindaBud ir mld..h o th e Javelin sr ite no- .IA uvi ALU ce breed were modified to improve

haet. t Iemftt withtaoashort-ernee trfo wa n ot a purpose oft jaw F A. L. IS l Of PHis i r No. rian e risNo. PIsa P tk

boonu ouhvln dbf nor allsen selectioW r i 1te fr A S ev i c spe fo
Mabhaascould wve s ittoloutheart. Just anr wke g m r w sased wimthN the theory A. RE'U s O PA AMA- t ,
B'Mo cotse boll might tsar, out, a fold of skin Completeerize-winnings Nutes In the Ordinary Drawing No. 1890, S a, May2

.O. IP.e could be oane o the bst and one lo at m -1between two offset jaws --
ofMr. Temo et of ti s ao i Mr. tti. t-et. ws at lRed pr "ovide a better hold. The whole ticket has 44 pieces divided In two series "A" & I"le ,
w t Unhersity of California e the shomore fresh- S-ho-ldbrs were i. ......ncreased In.. o .. ,.
mben I= realebly cobnhidenpt will be *end 62=91k .lihi heightI

tmeear whwUI Wrmer 4o10. Met Upsa -continued to di skiTh nthe
gd ~b~th9 spDFirst'Prize 1939 $.,44,.0

i.n the.- be. Dom in e was fade looser adlooser sot

Juast a m i wnea theel rlh, e tti be the a to Jump ha qauikstart, I to get aA dlio Derived rom Seco Ple in his skin
see enot to forget SatMwre should.b ll pin it or attempt to

One of the few -tmoe o oalu b sheeMscatnvr eS Goedm: d r thez e 2 A, 12

fr-.tmeahe .I. n a-seosc eocim enschat fi -! s% .,s ., i e a. I.,, arrs m. I w.. I s, 1 m .ep I--
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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., May May .. tu d -(Uim-m aw"
.30 (Up)- Bob Swetert, who was repo rtd today to aS pute s
Tony Bettenhauseha lf-bl ll on-dollar pri THI.T..Slh- .
e fore was i al. th e commitrestee beg hringson llatn caration of normal elar T d ora er, t ;
y, rare to victory in W range Builds Up
salm on-pink car today as the with Rums "ia.r a" r den.i a.S. on d me b' { ic 'a

S hof t ,o.t w O ver Control O f Sal- Vaccineh e
hnnyr Biloyl and Al Keier. hat egoslavia's deleatio fr 14 warn there may be gas and y
pleup marred the 39t flrenew- "reparation" for damage The newly reelected Prime electri a y moment "
to the ar bounced twice, udden exp n MinisterRussian Communistued a rapid-ire

side wall to hit a pa ne A Democratic-Republican wrangle said ree vaccinations for all chil- Nosed Kh major dus ffherence. the hardest peacetime blows a- sprawling et that could tus TUSDAY, MAY 1
eedway race. The bt up in the Senate Labor Co dren wi not involve objectionable Yugoslavia was understood to against Britain's economy since stretch twice around .
Sweiketr, 29, moved in frontvace and vaccine for the needythe cefor returnto 000 striking er a fre- onal p pos week-end
to stay after 160 the flames gi it to a la oem counter t na dera
Don Freeland, both dropped out Aaa d g Ca n the
ical difficulties. AT VACCINE CONTROL HEARINGS At Washington, Surgeon Russians. r ',hR a il tiftrik e
Tony Bettenhauser driv, Tnlers w General Leonard A. checle (center) confers with Rosewell B. The formal pis se of i rma r I i A I :
Park, Ill., wa nor second. Perkins (left), and Percy Priest (D., Tenn.), chairmanch the Presiden talks here necessary even gveoffca action and -a efCLLA e i-A"
Third place was won by Jim- House Commerce Committee. Scheele was called to testify as ference ended i n Belgrade Sat- LONDON, Maygo (UP) A Jr British porteuinlgding Lon- At lst- ,t ,fftXjt s i W a Chuc f..Sb tood,
afety Daves, Paond a Calian, the committee began hearings oni legislation calling for Federal urday with the Rd s a nationwide strike fros Britan's don and vti
stand fourth by Johnny The race car. m n- controls on the alkvaccine pr and m newspaper Bb nd ed by a walkout of 18,500 long- honored ai fro ed-t Wf l

sonD privers Cal Niday and Fredde vace for children who other va e prs undr cated this morning that a was shoremen that crippled five ma- practice of thumbing a ride. Voost do LAST DAY .75 .40
Of ne- t l s t eteeo ri tppebashlan also escaped death wise could not obtain it. threat of fines and jail sentences not well. 1: :, 60, : p.
But much tof wl the a ou ofn Da d e olu * the east EUrOgn and stranded millions of vaca- some 200 aipata po seriously o s ae
the finish disappeared ommuns oc tigers week ending away from affect Anadt and piling A l.l. .... .. e3 .,
defending champion Vukovic se Informed sources reported the home. docks gh h vital exports a

who set speed records or one pubican attended each meeting. iconfer ence, which b ten on a Prime I United A nto Workrs nion settlement." raor t hat terror m da
crashed to a blazing death af- icaed another chilly note, warmed coiderably ordered troops to tructhe 100k andFord work- spread houte the country n

the pace for three la then meeti g for tomorrow when he a d tdteta would teaume guaranteed annal wag by ers "must be given ade te pro. matter what teps France takts to -
er 56laps. o an oer Democn I m a to t malls. He waled he n tection aga the haza of ome members at the lway-t. a ld
p before Vukovich wed into ack v to themr o e call Parliament into r Co. ord offer Included a stock Thier fear wa red g a
wreckage of automobiles. Republicans c d Deo e a re they We nc n purchase pla. ad a n which new r of and aboge
S cgrath led aain on the rats of playing plitic with te center. e needed to keep essential would permit eord wor s to bort herand o oined the ranks'c

X4! lap and Vukovich took vaccine program and c ed U6 r ^~y negotiators had no lit* row maney withOt interest to tide whics caied tslety ca- eE
hnny Boyd, and Al7th to Keller. stle ny b dr t routshipturers* mendlam ent on ie ofm os of nempltoy- sufhis ovt r hiking igihers aidc
t t i sethat Yugoslavia's cla am for warned there may be gas and fbiremn. wil be rbt
to their, bounced twice, Labor Committee reparations" for damage Th rec ted until tomor- rd said its offer amomented to Minister of the Interior Maur
McGrath's car went out wth up of seven Democratsand six Re fared by its sudden epulhourlyn Minister issued a rapid-fire se-BouresMaunour be trains running,
and the went over the out- WASHINGTON, May 30 (nP)g-ethe Hill bill Is "a good bll." He from the Comnlform In 1040 rie of emergency decrees to ease The train. ttike strangled the priority was given to such vital
side walton trouble buhi t Brya passenger toA Democratic-Republich mean wranglesad f ree vaccinations for all posed a major diereunion aid it actually r o i s and oap of oods eigha tour of
r, a truck and a eep. The bum t up in the Senate Labor Com-dren will notinvolve objectionable Yugoslavia was understood to astow 1Britain's econ0.9 cents an hour. Algerian true spots y, and JOHNN
car turned over In flames and mittee yesterday over Sen. Lister "means ttsts" that might result be pressing a claim for 500 i- the general strike of 19i6. the world Wl milie ons of Brit- dena h first Ig
Vukovich was dead when a Hill's bil to set up standby con-ufrom the President's plan to buy lion dollars a ioinst the 8f01926. t he wor e away o f Brit- emre, as prime minister, 'big
wredmer tredthe machine atro i over Salk polio vaccine and vaccine for the needby.itThe unionrresentin 70,- one weri twayon ir tradi- emergence
'on ts wheels a fterthe flames give it a l children the price r a return to r-00 a rin en er ndre- toneral nt week-end reported on the grve a t
'an.ft l pu t eut.hla me A lmoaDt' Se c chair- l.As d rafted by the Senate com- rmal relations. This problem ws imen, countered with the an- In a nationwide radio broadcast,

Wre putsou t. TIhH.e Dlama Democratchl.m, da'I .. to A r E a m Ld AYu utoThetreioo
None of the other drivers man of the committee, offered e the mtte staff, the measure would said to be among the top tems announcement s prepared to Vast numbers became hitch-
hurt seriously, nor were two measure as substitute for Presi- 1. Provide broad discretionary for discussion during informal hold out or three months, if hikers nd the Igovernment

I uo e~r^ etr352. Medal, Was Kind Tpt."B"ETOMORROW BEA VISTA
safety patrolmen and a civilian dent Eennower's request for 28 powers under which the President talks here. necessary. even gave of lll action and
toS.hed lightly by the race car. million dollars to provided free could, if he saw fit, requisition The official Yugoslav Co- The strike crisis was agcgravatg e ouragemnt to the time.- _W Wave Of r
Drivers Cal Niday and Freddie vaccine for children who other- vaccine, set vaccine prices, and munlat newspaper Borba ndl- ad by a walkout of 18,500 long- hered bt frowned-upo
rbshin also escaped death wise could not obtain it. order vaccine prioritits u la dampcated this morning that all was shormen that crippled five m practice thumbing a ride.
ine snse threat of fines and jail sentences not well.d
'abashian went into the ii- The administration is opposed to 2. Provide vaccine, or funds to "There are certainly very
Sand walked away. federal control over the vaccinebuy it, to states that would gun-mero differences between the Unite d o
'l1day hit the wall, then went contending the present voluntary rantee to conduct free vaccination Y5ugo0slav and Soviet dlega- AI rdent haf r 1H ES
I q the infield and was h en- program is adequate. programs for all children. tione," it said. B A
tized with burns and head Hil failed twice last week in ef- The Yugoslavn want from s- Guaranteed Annual Wagthe Demand Throughout Algeria
i cuioes. forts to win committee approval of Another section would substitoteg al coal, crude oil and industrial aSHOW BUSItESS"
The lead the race changed the bill when the necessary majo- ot President isenhoer's re- equipment to bolster the nati's ALGIERS, Algeria, May

Telg leade wen the rane oh ang he r etuipmena to motrb otertlhe on'scup)ALIER-'-- waveawhleo thr wwtotpt ire neg oti-- "
hands 11 times. Jack Mcrath, rity failed to appear. Only oneRe.- quest of 28emillion dollars to pro- industrial development prOltWat ed ) -A r UsheAwp .t
who set .peed records for one publican attended each meeting. vide vaccine foa r children unable They have'lglte. tif a ETIOIT May 0 (UP) -The hours as Is necessary to reach a through French st n IAli
and four laps n qualifying, set Hill promptly called another to obtain it through other means. other ials to offer i trade. CIO United Auto Workers Uenion settlement." today that terrorism m a
the pace for three Ilapq, then meeting for tomorrow when he Critics insisted the President's An official announcement In- yesterday reduced its demands for He said the 135,000 Ford work- spread throughout the country no
e way to V oving rouh ad other Democratic members plan, n some states, would e ated the talks would es e a guaranteed annual wge by "must be given adequate matter what steps Frane tattoo
S15th. Mc Orath led fr one will press for a swift vote. quie e h I I d r en to demonstrata on an formal bsla tomorrow, more than 10 per cent. tection against the hazards of on- combat it.
Before Vukovich went ack t their poverty byti especially r regarding the It was the first time since neg- "em ymen. rO 'CQ b
"rr onotistoona with the Fort Motor Co. F offerIncludedtastockmoefear wasspur
love eont. eRepublicans accused te Deno- per's oath" before they aO m aseofthe onFordofferincluded a stok Thice nw ar a kll sasnp d a .
rthe ldearht onr t ts playing politieWwith the ....... Opened early last mouth the uniolpi and a plan.which new .ninm"ewrlnit.
"cu rath led again on te c r o l n a te ea-r wgt b1Iag
n e 3ed Imtrotd its*origin demandin.kwoudipermitgarm Wor rs bow- hers fromIItnelfhb arose apermi-

ti te la a th V uksouni schtoka c por Lttliem b sse ler .. E omngotiators had no iw- row money with inteuea totide whiki caua!dSSF s t dozen ca-
,t' o on the fTnh to stay In te Wstimon y by di.,agU CUn t iers. medacomme o the on t e I tetm over ete a of unemployr- surtl ove r t whEd.
bst until he died. medi al groups andhe aoan i of a se r tKn ly b e o f the ment.
"Thereafter, Jimmy Bryan led The Labor Committee is made talis were recissed until tomor- -Ford said its offer amounted to Minister of the Interior Maurice
a McGrath's car went out with up of seven Democrats and six Re- row.,a 37-cent hourly pay package, but Bourgea-Maunoury began the see-
iliton trouble, but Bryan too publicans which means Hill fust Teviduow the union said It actually boolas and lap of his ight-day tour of
forced out with fuel pump have GOP cooperation if he is to The revised union demand would down to 10.9 cents an hour. Algerian trouble spots today, and
ouble, and Sweikert went in muster a legal majority t 0 m r- amount to about an 11.5 recent Reuther earlier had said nclu- everywhere he listened to -
front after 89 laps. row. Democrat, Son. JamesE i fo 0thornalre
132 laps and gave way to Free- from an illness away from Wash- The new proposal, submitted by necessity and warned that the u- directly responsible foroder in
after 157. Two laps liter Inegto iin negs nio0 to as the ethin e
Wn.T Iltering haors as they met b i ine- union would' strike to gain that ob- Algeria since the county isrlegally
e aneland made a pit sMpand:a-specialtSunday baarsinmlsea- jective. a partvof France.
Hill said he was "veryuchto A a part of Frane.
witelkert regained control '-shusl w Ford tor 0 0c The union's negotiations w It h
SSeikertronthr la r disappoin vrted" theeommit tee accent of a worker's gross pay be- General Motors were in recess "Instead of speeches, we want
It was Swiekeit's fourth racedsa eta
ad the it tehe finished.failed to act. He said further "de- fore taxes, based on a 40 hour today. acts," Mayor Jean Fayalie of TI-
-yearagohe was flagged in lay is wsd definitely not helpful to the work week.Te amutsoolteamnirlul
S ppwhileprogram." The union previously had asked The UAW had made the same r-Ouzou told the mIinister bluntly
14th place after 19 las Another Democratic member, for a 100 per cent pay guarantee demands on General Motors as on tody. Tii-Ouzou Is in the heart
in his previous two outings he Sen. Paul H. Douglas (11.), said for workers after taxes. Ford. The General Motors on of the terroris-ridden Kabylle re-_
went only 77 and 151 laps. A union spokesman said the re- tract runs until June 7. giln east of here. Stil s c
The race was runin the cold- duction would have beenwmnade
at temperatures ever. It was A m 54T i known earlier if Ford Motor
wind gusts of 25 miles per Army Wife To Geth aiedr rfred andco ,
a anti the tem- o had not "maintained ae fired and o
rat the start and the tem.r- WdWositdoneagainsttanyted aonnu-a
rature never went over 65. The Medal Was Kinl ..rigd.poderation of the guaranteed annualn-
To0 unzon said it was "wit h-
Swelkert ansl Freeland battled Mother-un-Law im ,rm its original positin
p first place Just past the 400---. a further effort to resolve
901 mark. SEOUL, May 30 (UP)- The the dispute without a strike."
young wife of a South Korean Negotiators met in a special
amam Who Made army officer will be awarded a a se'ion"serdai in an attempt to
Woman W oMuu euuv citation for "being kind to her avert a strike of 135,000 F or d
$17 Purchase Wins sa declindto sit in on yeater-
Al Kyong Kim, 23-year-old .... day's egotlations following an in-
wife of a second Ueutenant, will. vitation from C O President Wal-
receive the award from ROK tor Reuther, who is headngthe
Army chiet of staff Gen. Chung union bargaining team.
A customerwhomade 17 won. Ford said he didn't feel h.isa
rhastmer a hoe C a Fast1ich The citation said the Army cpr es or that of the chairman
as" atwife showed "unselfish devotion of the board Ernest Breech, at
'0, Stor ow o f an to her sick mother-in-law w}lle the downto-tihe wire negotiating
00 "Symbol of Love" diam er husband was osess wouldservenanyronl
a. Melva Rigueflos yester- d ung said the woman's con-Rethelpomi s
woa h rhngrwhich Can ac, ct "should be a pattern forh leaden'woud be prepared andoiy
pthas been rafflingusin:- allsoldiers' wives." forj 'JOHANN SEBASTIAN BARK latdtewl b pregpnng taled"as moany
1939 were drawn as the first
Oy thedjeythousandste ofck tSenator:tMilitary Uniform Contract Grafters
-JOf tr by the jewelry store to its

iiW Air PaeAwR*athat he Is in a Dayft military thate Ipdd p -to .
-M gan aaw a l blmofmi~tee couse ul bt F. hospital for a mimor ailment 3. Mrs f attractive, .*'
wtnL .- .e .ledy said the taft has re- Another witness subcommittee black-hairsed her Army "cor
fo a t aa eight or letter, e sources said, will be Harry Ly of tract a who aid he
a |at ik l- f* .rt I^ fs, Cdcagao, w oformed a Puerto Ri- husbadlotrmd a _aLoka
== 2ij Lildar~ mas company and got the Navy business No
Wie ~sht.w cftrat-cmtWhich the Navy and t to aa
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