The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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a i a Stewat roof of vew
bUashed dtat t v grew ,out of a
goConadni to at
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pe were to. a er among a
alocality sqe e, k drivers
Sof the names .aetofd
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oth VA e eterel J wid have been =
a wereiphel .M $a. anhour tSLS
te Panama C the Apeals Exigun
i. e m.n had preu Oaffic reversed the Canal
eehsion and Instructed that thi

Wfst our men be paid at their
tirmer rate.
This is along established prac-
tice when a US federal employee's
job Is downagedp i through no fault
of his own.
The Canal appealed the deci-
sion on the .first four and is ex-
pected to take the same action
regarding Stewart and Ailant.
The truck dribers appeal Is sig-
icant because At may set employ-
ment precedeft on the Canal
ne. Several veterans grups and
la;r unions hawe interest them-
seles in its complicated technical
the case was first decided
by CC appeals board. it 4a
p ta.ed aggM en the question a-t
wW1 "era vtran had or lacked
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Gasin Quits Jailed Jet Pilots

As Principal

At La Boca Quit Red Chin,

Local labor leader Edward j
Gaskin confirmed today that
has resigned arom his poHt
principal of the La Boca 2 6
mentary school.
He has asked' transfer to an-
other assignment and was deslg.
nated as a part-time clerk in the -
Pacific Service Center. & 0 -
The transfer will probabb"
take place' about July 1. HONG KONG, May 31 (UP) Four America jM t
Gaskin said that his req pilots shot down in the Korean war returned to freedom
for a transfer to a less-we from captivity in Red China today.
ear Ad- Job mo closely associated t They arrived aboard a Communist train from Canto.
(above) adults who are employees oft
Mhief of eral agencies on the Canal Zope and crossed through the barbed wire barrier which maorts
resident wa the result of a decision ft the border between this British Crown Colony and Red
inating live more time to his union diu.
on, the ties. China at 2:33 p.m.
ce oerad He I apresidentO unf Local Peiping radio announced.yesterday that the four a k-
Ldmirals recently formed a joint board men had been tried by a military tribunal on May 24
hir in with Local .07, to protect the convicted of "intruding" into Manchuria and sentenced
b, Burke joint interests of local rate
Lral. workers who form the bulk of to immediate "deportation" from Communist China. ,
both memberships. They had been in Red prisons more than two years.
Gaikh denied rumors thea his The four Americans were: last, week that the four flier
decision had been necesitated by Capt. Harold Fischer, Jr., 28, were expected to be tried.
leunuse bandiJcp whi "_iht of Swea City, Ia.; Lt. Col. Edwin Menan is undetoe t be-
have a tested hl sttus a"4 L. Heller, 36,of Wynnewood Pa.; Ueve that Bed China een a ..
or in the Ltin Amerles anSofk 1st Lt. Roland W. Parks, 14, of release the 11 other armi n
operated by the Poneme Cal. Omaha, Neb; and 1st Lt. Lyle W. holds.
When the languap of strte Cameron, of Lincoln, Neb. r.
ers tlon was changed from 2ngll sh The Ar. Force announced in howerrfi he hadiwnt JS
to Sanish. teachers whosebasic We t rsct lhad
language Was English wpm v- waington that they will re*
en a eetai length of time to hIlnhdiately to Oth mete ranhl uddh la
perfSt their S hlain fbr reugons with their On, e d Chlna x"S'
i famt- &ad s ithatl view of h=l* be leased. ,
iP8 tothe At that the ftttureAoe not The were met at the border
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(( meed eP iago, Coaotr. 0g 3' bsu .uld. tomoble on an hou drive
I _.,readIn older to avoid dely ad bak to Kowloon, whh ion The Presidet said
SinnonveiAiende, Canal Zone trav The labor a ade that the mainland opposite oag received from vidou
-d Contractors Hill 5 elrs must.Slak arrang.eme..t he W.uld receive.' salary from Keln. Wich lie did ,ot
r ,, for their retn passage t the the on for l* expanded ac- aFolowing a physical checkup Pi l that that ma
I. .a, .. ad .t.oro Ac den Vct ugh medical am t Ch
l as n a eknow that le had been con- ton the fliers will reoin their He i e
Still rouse III eL mch salg the sted on plans for brinn the fries ar sons ssble. their part to re
S.(forrerly under the v eh Talbott said the airmen would
WA SfI N O aN, i)-- .tad the order,. said that-varied iat.. 'for .egro and Power-drill operator Juio Ro- This may be done by appli Te- School) under the adm hat be t fl o nectly fros 'here"B og
The Spprem sCourfl local arprolths wl*hve to be W e .- driguez who was hurt on the tlon forms being distributed to tion of the La Boca elementary Honolulu and that their families
Southea fts to end sa t n taken into esiderataon. ordnaer ss out the court Contractor's Hill job when a all employes prior to sailing School principal and that he would be flown there to join
in ghs. .rapidly as ible He said'a eieolathrities m celebrate decisBon of May 17, boulder weighing several tons from the Isthmus. The comrn- could have continued In his them. TAimi BI.-
'a.local, isis. bear the a~5Si? repOnsuiby 21 4, .decaring segregated public toppled over is still holding his pleteid forms should be mailed school ob with this additional The airmen had been held I
cal e to e- The -sn Rodri s remns on t Paama as soon ps p ie, do so.
"t tgr 1 "l. Ir a ered b e y m t ujes an mn gled ei to m as or g h theUn th Unie ates maintained
t .Departdit, n arguments in the first major accident in- at es on slave o further s udy
S6 ., N. egoep iar. this term* volvin Tecon Corporation per- The New York Office will no- but had abandoned them when seton over Korea. Indochina, Ma Si -..
a~f .4h& and throg meia examinaA^e.
Al a a. sonne on the big earthmovng tify the emploje the assignment the question of the union's need The Reds aliso are holding 11 (Uo) .-A spokesman A
wS im e .. w t g-e -iae t n wa ai t ivino other Amerbchan airmen wnose Vietnam government
Chief _-- -" "Jl Wog. w lSlr .... nt -, p.1T.aate __ns_________ the_ S-- -=-----=-- 8uperfort was shot down bY today *at gove rnm al!
.: De hs., 65; 0r. .a1-. .p.a sm facingS heITwhere U Ik Communist gunfire Jan. 13,u1953. have 1auten bahck aei

W ee,.,a^ ,/De aths,365; g ^ ." de-Problemsure Sofl Mha u rn n. W, o ok b
x, f., A, -ii.l rbdhrderypaiar fote said are o.ntfrlrliene rarhks oT am. si the cime wThlan w ed t t
T a A T eI, 563 t o AJ olio Vcaccine Lucked, AMA Told ts*,"u the.f. h epp J
S- -, poye secrit pr and the CHICAGO May 31 (UP) -The seond-graders will be vacinat- manufacturer of the vaccine joM and V. Krshna Menon, both today
....d Bt aken to... W right of the # airy to arrest t American Medfcal Assn. said last ed after its completion." used and the lot number," he India's roving peace envoy.hWol' -e sl---hre-
S. summarily aild ty veterans ac. night .it has been assured that Martin said the AMA is ask- said. Their release raised hopes that s g
C *HIa, l.0re several cased of serious crime while in problems of the "safe" manu- ing all doctors to give the vac- the 11 other imprisoned Ameri- be the f tee
Sunifor. facture o Salk poo accine ine only to children in the Martin said "this voluntary can airmen also might be reed Am Prehr
hFriotd ~ -At sAen ,ah, U year old have been licked and the vac- priority age group, to assure that priority vaccination plan follows eoon. Diem. apend
showed, .in,.Doe e Op ll out of a tree whi The H Court must also d cide cination program will move a- it "will be used first for those the recommendation of the Na- In addition to the four releas- crush feudal
d a Memo- pid of a irken neck. whether to ac t for review an head. most susceptible to the disease." tional Advisory Committee on ed today and the 11 other Air his .o
rialDai Mea le .st communities appealby the Co muit Pa in wat B Martin Nrfolk Physicians are all being ask- Poliomyelitis Vaccination ap- men, Red China also Is holding
Drs lLeds Pan throughout land thr day was a case challenging the 950 sub- v Walter B. Martin, Nor ed to keepa. record on each child roved by Secretary Oveta Culp an additional 40 American cap- Govermment-controlled W
r sse s bykg dtradi- vepivr acivirnipehrol Nacto hs orgaizntion has ra he 4 aid. This will lobby and contained In her re- tives. perd that the nt
presptdent of TeReA-aosaid ,,

Sthe war The law qu the party to rtechcal b me the name and age, the port to the President on May The fate of some 500 others my cre "
? shc If es a7 4 torpa tr- with the atgivinjo In Washinfon. Preaodent atta the H at
Sh torney general as a "Communist ref poliolsenhower said today that the tn13ap, M
polmsfowc ing-f act ion group,* been worked out. E..-ey

S it ace r He said the AMA was told the United state has no word aet
*tali1A4loweradcourthasb mO S en fchf akaclnateon program "will move whether Red China will gel- o
e te coAstlutionalty of tpheu ldwIf the ahead" for children agedl 5 low up release of te four s leA a oned s ea
immortal Spreme Court tke the ase a- through 9. Martin did not the sources sad
al I 'nts l b e o ard in t all. borate, but said the "Eisenhower dL to A3 oth Anericans thwe Thes o S ave a
oa The goveranent e y sad te Roed relme holds, met might have bn
'^n l 4, |ouria,. ...ease was ..b L repS t by %I/ pr mended for conducting a care- However, he told his news con- end the oppsoitio of the Hoe

ii@ fliers n n the gonPment aPe l Peters fus a and scientific review of the ferenc that Red china is rep- eept for the refusal o
[dto faq i t r CoreA wtnt the court to de time whe their m anufacture of thore vaccine was firsentin s a rmelepuro the nu ted-
the. twltr s n lf we at lAt ob with ore d tsphargea d an "unavoidablane .of the pro- lhs national tends ons. int.reata n de
day a one grave o o a vea cone pledged full cooperation of said Ht a roowle that others matTldren who duegleto t
ly o a f i e per s who reed program. B Pident e no n
S. a a ba. quarters here, Martinde1 othersored e
WW evrl" a t eiuscimswil nprbesaidth rechecking of pro- dIngentlodoctors toogevue"tha-"

uy tthtgthiv r n aaedn agPlat -dure f a. "In behalf of aoself and Mthethhe n islands sto y an d irods to bHed r
o. r Udalt, th sue of eea uther the re suredPredenteacne a hina would help the United

heir n-year formd ghiat..e "n beehall of ick self and the that he wanted the islands a- will benheld

od. ther .ver muthe'f thait pm the map vw beard bad amutrity to over- the nation's pr hyscians will co- mu e tower dhd otro at
h Mo -pla yeasdtaio ral a prim'wcearagu opiate in ao u t oh s. poldo vaccv- hoad oan rthe C othi rAles
at alag.a Suu^ the .y was initiated istatio. to c hildren from 5 of innRin
a RaheitW 'jog Pitta- t ~9 until the vaccine 1se vof th ews that therunit.
L to' e- t t by a in larger supply," Mar- H volunteers that the Unit
dmI p ntoh 'lflow l t in HOl d. DENIAL 0Oeta Culp toobby, Health, Educa- ed dSteoe bad sam in commua
as e is tw rrs ta r to in thi ae o ud t h M r por the House Comrn catioS te didn't say with
his meof a n bo do ena 2tve the vaccine mrc Coamittee at isipteally denied that whh) ,n the ftirs for s me
tt po was vaInvolved In the ho vaccine p a. Shown a attma have been
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Thi QIewppw m es as iwponiblley for ta t Ns a_ _lpl_ if 3sa4.0s now \

L'.ery time I read your'MailBox, I read gripes about every* That will be the test. It will SKK^: V W'* i /
Stin. Whenever there is any written about FGorgas Ho serve Austria naught to b free i

;; pltafi t too lnthe ormoia pe it is to be besieged rrom within
We, sr, I have een n an out o that institution It i by some Wetern Ho in or hav
Stimea I teel as if I own part of it, and o far my big gripe Mao Te-tung. Should uch a Co *
friends po oint out ph mo.a_=

S I'll rant you the food la lousy, but I haven't enjoyed a meal manpower springl up after the
Sdltc e I left home three years ago, o you can t hold that ait Ruia taops move out, then the
them. Fol down here st dont know how to cook. world wll digknow that the world famous
The lastime f was In, there wa something mi-sing and, by are doing underground what they .... I
S o you'd never gue what or probably wont believe t un- really couldn't o above grod.
f loe you have been ortut e oen ouh tXo rhve been 4or-wqr. M eoeli

: It was one 6f those angels n white Not oneoe ee For here is so real Austrian
Identity of ss le r w Iay to describe hel r would be s iay sh ju. -e opt a few who want Prty

eemThis inewspapll respects at all tems Ye, th otatem e cer- here took aboutthe same nkin of ,w. -
spragen on ws not there, anda the whole flor ad -fere't d ck o troops
e repe o a other nurses. They were aellod, but as thConervatve Party beat ur
es in a time I read yourModalches, there ipes one ut a e T ha t will be the test. It will G

.- 'wtns always seemed rer there Is a t opean wrtenenebo apu t Tas H serve Austria naught to be free ifh e
ofIItoisinotheformaofait'grhpedlit.the to be besieged from within

p Wel h, ir, I have bee in and out of that Institution so A1 by some Western Ho ChI-ir l or
-.tiI-es I feel as if I own part of It, and so far my bil.griepe1,-Mao Tse-tung. Should such A o0i.

and whenever someone would gtileaabout some e or e i ll h ot o ld
Sitl ft home three years ago so you can't hold twas hat a ist Russidman t oopsm orve o at, th the t w
them. Folks down here Just don't know how to cook. world will nSow that the Russiansda dr o r ,

The lt Iye I was n, there ave a t e w somethin mdinandby are doing underground a them.what
iad gollne,. but what e tv ted ore-to wrte ths blette r o prs really couldn't do above gro in the a w
o wa y aunt who just returned.from a snort have abt org and it could appear more."t i b@ smarsr.
fr wat shone 6 told me, angel I n white" lNostill at Oorgaes et nd t he "re Is no real Austrian Dtrnt

b, b+t1 just nursnf s.ew lere .. ... ..g.. nd, France and Italy. / wI gi||y TiSsae.ewii B.... imt, s e
ying tWnp so mny olks dream of, but this nupersewho whas well, Commun ist Party. Just three

It be a attur her- am .:ered us all she had a word of a global assault on us Rv I% l llA [ I ralse*lslp hler co-woterso I fei t ab ease whenever shie wi just w eaches today even Pntot Jya r tha orce just asI
oeemn da4, *tis l respects at l time .Ye n ct here it ti resho sla forhs -moe- m te s e

i person re was not 'the and the n white. Let ad a, or ere ont shellackion ag Rocky M t targano t a aft
SIbenewduth her: They ott a nurse there who will give mu practice ons our own militive Pary beat a ho Mo ose, al s a Yard and Ma and twa Bur
pames In toany sickof folks pin ears, there is com ne just a little the Commies right in LoweAubue thouh e w th nest ale Sloan ad d er e or Geralto etr

dgh weeter than be all nurse. May God lead her n tooks ke dog orke is that ever bit everybody. aTh was a the to be
to fOtam. nfMrs.? h or parish. control pays forabviously thereous o b ',s ,ter _in ad po.ol ..l named Perre ing stae I wld not lay no rp wa
tr what shiftsheor Past, Present, Future The council also pays for such battheones..m oreeds.emto namd RuTo. t -rwalm" 'to he
S* --, U.S. med to )its as the FreeveA r o pe Aus. I" am going to cll tu o w te Scoes are called by Th lMt tw-r ongm Li Aeles speech Thu-Moa.h a, i
,COU'TSOUS M ..'s ltrae Youth Union-one of 68 Com. their last names, MaTsvish or beag edi Mary alen new o.e. e t .ok the or
: red. She never. ad a badt onts headqrartered heether coeaguhas com to retur to e, tMaDougaoowhll or MaKee. The Eleanor or Suan o th lI was of tonsp
d wreently paids a vit of several weeks duration to my dismnnwhich can be turned o dognam, last the le cou ld do, n handle s Wa al of e oobs
dtVutew lke vh in the Canal Zon fterwar4s s. re N A qati-muitary apparatus I f ty is ada iter t th lat t a name tlle chief of the o h sIrd dog h

I tus tribes w Le there we visited many of her friends oraonight. If the council agitates hSerr beg a ,boxer, I a/me* And it also makes for i arfnse command, tatent and varl
fw rlei the mtar reservations ol Coroal, Fort Clayton for "eace", that's Its privilee. ealy _c Ir name Am. ... .... shelling, whether yaou h e dw f am_ tch io~ t _
; sad Ctirdu; and-1 -waas uurprieed and pleased at the courtesy But i.t continues to smear therman .? tri .edt rci I*,t | s dreaadut what you can do for the dog or the boy or the l effect that -P a this came
lk ex t bat)taed by the militarolice guarding these .o nti-U.S. hardly bed rive s or ,n Th a now o t be ahead of So"e wa o rn
rww r my .stor lay ou her: I'le"1 oie'thoughtt'. *ith Can the more Wme Comr tall

i I tne .wh the car unaccountably stalledd and re- here. Ofr suoh oold sb him.I kw a h y, 1 o he shoewoa mdonlno and the boy t'B V MIth '' Just eia c t
"Ig g,.Instead of comm=01g.. i_.She -w a -Whato.wau Mi -i-h----mutd TWOWorld PeaceeCouncil hadthataccoding, ete nssp 1- We shl n

,IlillllcI-an e aen topped hto assist and waavr OSl bohintoe w_ ,eerr be. comes. Srem aoTeavsh.Sd aptnm o d h.
g144prbattdagll. g dTtinstoh Svienna omrlpointedouttl Nadewnnalledd ihavesounotathe sslmarwa. s weg and ,mp

had but have it nearer home. Our own do hisletter raad starts, w years a cofuiogo. by the Russians soo /che inla be 1Ahe. Is"TI
Irow at she told IMet is "angel n white" ins still at Gorga h'en h rt e o an O I e l e l a s abo t sat t d '
Seas tul er at tte hos. It o d as ,l .gland,-FranceandItaly.nt
MY *"htor "r1ow Olr ol the ntod h .- : 0 errsdwoeas"b ,Throughthiscouncil the Rus. s a
beua-douret riher. amleted us allo- she had0anword Ofcsigns, run a global assault on us By

aherookes felt at ease whenever she w .. which reaches today even into Ja-r s WltB ly, Wchel* trx l i ch DByt, .
on dter an. There hi eis reti onhiabble for 0 a may tesia
SIA white L t Gorg onstrations ag a n t targetW ae seating, ou tl. a ho as nose at e s hans Yrle Gand a P a a

-benewith her aveanurse there who will give u practice on our own military. oent aou h e t ho was' tm "st ale St o o Gei
*. Pliar o to" ,-Dmany sickonIn years to come.a t W.''ao hrbutges .te was b e "MlN(=da P

Sugbtm wansb a nurse. May God lead her In It looks like m kel Is that ever bit bod

t o a 1 your It l.eland T muo.d th oinn st no U e t k 6 -
n. ^~Two e 1r U regime ouatemala.aso and even THE BeOAWAY BBfEEZ2 tit nd the upcoming a5 aClamed Pierre ing s ged i would not lay no h sr Aaito" J'

i sTo wayur t k- .tay It is stioing native workerld ,,n. .b. .Vaugn Monroe (at hm using stirruo daftIhadP allhw a demt. .. io
PastPre e- A ea aiFutsur the ide Alok the honest naming of breeds all seem to be named Rudi, Thompso. It lacks tnoderne. So Gearao

easte.' "u oasi.ala Yo ir o Caribbean Isles on hYiouh. eav"/arove t heir latest orais a hotsweather belm-g ye arys befor tHelenf.r e- 0. it .. h report from
S i a wr Mh we have rocket bases to he time has come to return to MacDougall .orton Goulds album ( ented. Bwa C anom unergroun near
mo d el with n |^ p t the Pheadqa Canal, bere a pro since she was 5.. .The athe p ammerstein cred uccanoorSusmakeo flopt f e s il 1 t s .-Bob hanghat told of sei sub *
recently paid a ofvle ussians oht tofvral weks duration t angels. oMYJohn ren loma" and"C wh can be tuess crned ma"klse l d1 ds .nla ne eSt and lealo uteg
e-,a -wi umh toehsow a fr.fondly fth nm -e .o Chequered Week (fsom E. Purdom): "Laadda _M_ ote to telmh ded re. t_. 0 = d
daug er-w ives In the Canal Zone. nto despite the velvet glove. Shade .m. The lawsuit against Turner was impossible. I neatly Bol ma d why o r r e ltl t t t were claimed to
ns e tere we vWanted," lat yeartedman's hitne of her friends overnight. wrthecouncilgitates ere doing the e called t a ie er ed n. AP O have ba n m
: r /tisuSo tie. |\ I have been told of a re led fore I 4,000. ..J. LaRosa. m In loveseeh. Just at the most te,- he first pap. s ptedTV e mu- m. e. h r.aO bcn, I .mother vessels must |
n rtedmilmry e c teeervat ons of Corozeal, Fort Clayton fm", that's itreoment she would h is: In g,) whethere so ar mll noor the prir clearance.
SI 0 Teleaf, a l eating Viennese new to A. G for mi hti amous 'You're mussing my hair or 'Y- co caed a et After .
%nd.Ilds a t cu aper, whButih disclosed that the d rich. .The t itle, "ir 're r forcing y neck back' orniam o divforthedo or the boy or th i The nffet agenoh said the Rat
a arl4 fulna exlbited by the militapyNpolice guarding these U.S.i that would hardly fd by callingtd tpoeler itoh- to a dog or a chidthanginrg an The way it is now, if you somtd t be ahead of

rly coeristence, seayor nricen1d ell, butheon .tto e asi tooe kwa callinghOr Off withWu 'bodd lo Men, the mdog comes." *~' w -

Sl wh a ta car runaccountablyedtalled and re- here. fqr such a slob, rd somebody him. I knew ah" wh s (The You yell (Ao and the by -- Oy l
t-e oo wwent.aod )bought l _r_ hinestone was Prerm bed" __ -ye.
Seven stoppedo wh toosst and wasl clar. et m be te in ch- comes. Scresme h---eam in4ra n St

Sbe.Thens L ta" b b t'w^ d Drett loope AbeL tverorl
"W& dtotropi e eyoua ote topflht also as not thegrl t1swers. Burgess and

Wheandkewaoitoond, known to C o eahedis swfbt m-t Uds
U. out. the time seem to have come Vrdon untrok in "Yanke" e a fewlubB. Lingo iys lked sth iSr see h a g with
8-7 Prston to dimantle Section NKINE AND and Jane Kean sheds n "AnHe Bea Clab ... B. Lindo is like thi: hasbee inmthiSied" 'Mr ad be

S--- t dismantle Sectiaon nine an ridicule .. .Those Crit of the dogs m know and I fo"Abe's"; Bmy odd is whomine; means her husbesaiserab ength Is conce
Withe other Soviet underground ob sentinel scorned Andrew ands "amaHow- tht Cribi s a house; Greathe badly And I don't care if thisp h g
Sservauion osts well. teuriandnhly o p hotographeding, onfbadly edit-hreat Nod la ted nose. square handle i s Grand ad two -3t

ed and stUfted with prdpagan-Dead" la to Wait. .Bob Dunlop Martha Raye's so successful she /00F
Fly KL U t F" If- the Russians don't puU out da" .To which he p.s.'d: "It drepor that "Playmates" is an can't take a vacation. Earned so
ly iL M A their underground, then enna as well worth seeing." ol written by Saxie Dowel and much lst year she's got t
I may we be waltzing with tears ,, -. re-a.aned %n again popularized working to pay taxes.. .a v
Sir n its eyes. "Ankles Aweighl" did $4,760 byt he taine Saisters. Do n't Flath keep me awake with
Tueseve. In the whaewmidity. It's Gt So Excited!). .H'wood Is WNEW 6 a. m. nonamese. SoW
LIMA We'll soon find out if coexist- in its Oth lick-weeL (The critics Like This, Too: Jim Henaghan they kindly reader more must to
I Ali I ence is co-existence and whether gave it only Wake). .The (a writer) Introduced M. Monroe dram by? (Thenxalawtl) .. That
Sthe Russians really want a neutral shrill squeaa fs tegome crtished to the agent who signed her tor Martin Block Uwas the fa.
S* INhs ery ?gay *by K-H 1 Austria. It'a hope they do. reviewers memstrate how MDsi- films. A month later Jim wanted naest thing. .Tee- a m c-tb-
tive eM an to criticism, to interview her and phoned him to-hal Th war m!st be
SDe Lane Svima wilih tapIbnelry full-tSleg spAirs --- *- (Better itchrs than Catchers) for her new address "Soy" wasa over: John Wayne and LeSa Tqr-
S se th-del TfMeri siv elh t e -y ,\ A "I', not all-owe to give n poay hte rc I &s iN to .
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6llhk IeleIge evoMle0 ers hras h to show they ---es meth e:A aM
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He qWete w hat would have week later. .o she fo rea reports over 8. 000 orders I the
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of talk about pay-as-you-see TV,
the system under which you'd have
to pay for certain TV programs.
There are a lot of pros and cons,
but if it comes to pass it could
make for some interesting adver-
Uising later on. Like these all-too-
ipossible come-ons:
"Tune in to Channel 6 tonight.
Watch 'Disneyland.' Satisfaction
guaranteed or your money back."
"Special spring sale! BargainsD ._ .
galore Try Channel Four-whr
you get 'more for your money."
"Tonight p9 Channel 2! One-cent Does that mean opera might
sale! The George-Gobel Show and prouti irom i and learn that all
'Your Hit' Parade -bthif usually me resiung is unnecessary
$1. Tonight 4you get two for $1.01.
ave S99." "No, I don't think so," Rise says.
"Big spectacular tonight on "You neeu rest lor opera. ou
Channel Five. No money down- sing steadily ior tree or four
take sjx months to pay." nlouis. Ana 's harder to sing, say
"Watch Sid Caer' on Channel 'sauanera' from 'Carmen' ,tan an
Four. Only $1.50, and as a special opereua song. Also, you have o0
gift to you, wW'U send you, abso-1 project in an opera nosee"
lutely free, ix lovely zucchini Ano no cuurin-up allowed.
dishes." --
I the hot weather has you down, Dorothy Shay, the Park Avenue
fs should cool you off-the man-'HIubilUe, is. now singing at the
igement of the roadway bit, iosel riaza, whsch is ,an Fifth
"Fanny," has already placed tick- Avenue. iorotay is ~jut baek ItIem
ls on sale for New Year's Eve, a tour that included London, where
S .- she sang at the Caie de Paris. One
Beneath Rise Stevens' beautiful evening there was a great to-do
eratic contralto, there lurks an up in se cafe's balcony-a group
tter .upper. And that's why she' o young people yelling for more
lkes Ty-a, ((al can't cup-up on the ana snoawng out speiaf retueats.
*age sif the Metropolitan Opera
Iouse, but, TV gives her a change "1 remember thinking to my-
cut up. Or down. ;self," Dorothy says, "usose won-
I icerial people-they must be Ameri.
j She's danced with Ray Bolger. i oceans ,o you can imagine my sur-
She's been a sLooge for Milton prise to tind out after the show
Aerle. She's sung pop songs. "And that the 'Americans' were Prin
live even tossed a salad with cess Margaret Rose and her party
Marthsa Raye-we tossed it all over1 of 14"
.ch other," says the tall, red- _
aired Rise. Dick's Quickie: Ruth Altman,
"In TV," she says, "I can do comedienne in "The Boy Friend .
e things I can t do anyplace else. defines a careless river as "ny
4pera will always be my first love man who gives his wile the car
Im opera, I can be somebody keys "
*se. But TV is a close second-I '
ean be myself." Jack Benny (CBS-Radio): Look
The true, cut-uppish Rise Ste. at Don Wilson lying there. This is
s is apparent i her home. It's the only room lve ever seen with
opera place, on the proper east wal-to-wall flab.
of Manhattan, wih a lovely
lag room and handsome furni-
re. But if you look close you'll
e, stashed underneath the coffee
.a device called a "BIongo.
i-his is a plank that rides on top
a cylinder; the idea being to
and on the plank. Easier said l
an 1ci:c. iut lun. Miss Stevens
ys she doesn't try it-but her
naband and 10-year-old son do.
's the official time-keepet of
S fam though. Thlro,' arel
hy Bolgo-Board to*dhments.
in the twinkle in her eye, it
nms possible she does take a
rl herself.
Her latest TV appearance is in
Olds spectacular version of
e Chocolate Soldier" over NBC-
This brings up her neat sum-
ation of how. TV and opera have
trying effects on a singer's day- -,
*If I'm singing an opera at the Ples Hurl o
et," she says, "I'll stay in bed Don suftr front j.aul. Itena
most all day before I puriorm. ne lnathpr heur without ninsa
r- be I'll do a little vocalizing, urt a curbing Pile3miserle 3 ways: L
t mostly I'll rest. If I'm doing. a 134 paln and lichng. Helps shrink
vshow, however, I'll have to bbt Me',olln UU l aelnature
the studio an day rehearsing. verusne. Ashq wI- Drr &W
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4 Female horse 2 Lateral part
8 Mary's pet 3 Inactive
beast 4 Hybrid beasts
12 What man and 5 Prayers
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15 Augment 9 Maltdrinks 2
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Bonny f.signing an Important
distribute i trat -tor several American -films
in "Chief wltti Mr. Jack 0. Lamont,
Vice-Pre ti kt t&h Mpnraon Studlos of Holly-
wood. Mr, zi)Bg o, amounted that the first
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Western Bi Three
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To MapStrategy
LONDON, it y 4P)-- Offi-
cial source 'said today the for-
eign ministers ef- the -Western Big
Three have agreed to. aeet in
New York lune 16 to map their
strategy, foi projected four-pbw-.
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Francisco Nto sar-
sary eeleb o*.e. ag ';une 20.-
They also let up-at the New
York meeting a special committee
of experts safl officials which will
be charged with preparing recom-.
mendations ;'fIr the West's ap-
proaci to t- Big four talks.- .
The Wes Big Three have"
form*ay pero sed to Russia that
the forthcoming top-level Big Four
meeting be held at Lausanne,
Switzaland,ccourding to authori-
tative Washington- sources.
The exact, te proposed was not
revealed, b ais beaeved to be "in
the vicinity' f th J.uly., 1821 date"
previously A fln eun e"d'.' -aby,
French Fo 'Jiister "Antoine
Pinay. .
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"The .Big Fisher nan," the latter based ont
story of the Ime name by the author of "The
VWith the release of "The Magnificent Mata-
dor," this will be, the first time that a local film
.company will handle the local and foreign distri-
bution o first-class "CinemaScope' productions.

reply and,:reaction to their pro- the Vienna signing of the Austrian

iev meet- in Ne w treaty earlier this month he wil
York. The June 16 meeting then ,attend the U.N. anniversary cele
'.. give them an opportunity to bration's. -
consider .any alternatives which
the Soviets may propose. The preliminary fourpo w e
S. meeting in San Francisco presume
At San Francisco, U.S. Secret. ably would discuss. arrangements
ry of State John Foster Dulles, for the projected full dress four
British .Foreign Secretary Harold power conference later this year
Maemillan-and 'French Foreign- sources here said today.
Minister ,Antoine Pinay are ex-
pected to set the -finals for r. a The four foreign. miniates will
meeting with Soviet Foreign Min- as presently planned, convene a
ister. V.M. Molotov. gain a few days before the head
of their government meet, to se
The Soviet foreign m ister told the stage finally for the "summit'
the western foreign mnilisters. at talks. ,

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strike next Th' y itf no agree- ..
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tak a ling vote on Ford said he felt sure most:
the n o.t or d's "prosperity workers would prefer the "pros-
a Reuther's g anperity package" to the controver-
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to ti new.contract. they study the company offer 4 854
closely. w T
'or real1-by'sayingh W ul1 WI 7A3J94S
give the "06al full nc ra- Uzder Reuther's plan, Ford 6K 10 73 4336
i," .-.-. : -. worker would vote.only on the 9 10a
S guaranteed annual wage versus # AKQ #
"Henry seems to think the work. .tee cetionas of the company of- KA QI T0 4 3
era or his plan to 1 n e," tex-the stock participation, in-
Reuther sid. "So let's have them dome-stabilization and separation 4
vote by secret ballot and a ee allowance plans. A Q
.who' right." *94
S.... Othel Issues.would be taken up 4AJ1062
Reuthe said the union would is usual at the bargaining table. Both sides vl.
gree to extend the current five- "If the company accepts this Nrth m leth West
ar Ford contract on a day-to- proposal, the parties will have an pass Pass iv Double
Aey basis if the company agreed'opportunity to concentrate on bar- Redbl. 1 4 24 36
his unprecedented vote plan. gaining out the remaining co n- 4 Pass Paus Pass
The contract expires. at midnight tractual and economic issues,' Opening lead-- K
tonight Reuther said.
SThe fiery 'labor leader threw Reuther's plan called for a corn-
down, the gauntlet in a' letter to pany-wide secret vote wihtm two North and South probably I
Ford as comply and CIO Units, weeks. He said it should be con- stretched a bit when they got to'
Auto Workers negotiators met in' ducted by some "reputable orga- four hearts with today's hand.
a special Memorial Day bargain-mnization mutually agreed upon. Part of the trouble was that they'
A/g session.' "Both the company and the u- couldn't be sure of beating three
;nion would agree in advance to be spades, so that the bid of four
-Ford, in a prompt reply to bound by the democratic decision hearts was bid partly as a sacri-
piApther, said the company would of the Ford workers," he said. fice and partly as a "'make."
announce its answer 'at the bar-
gaining table. The c om p a n y estimated the West opened the king of dia-
three sections of its counter offer monds and continued the suit until
"I have received Reuther's let- to le guaranteed annual w a e South ruffed the third round. The
ter and we will reply to his pro- would amount to 1 cents of its average declare would have gone
posal-at the bargaining table-as 37-cent hourly .package .pfer .sub- down quietly by drawing trumps'
soon as we have given it our full mitted last week. and losing .two club finesses, but
consideration," Ford said. I the actual declarer was Ralph
I. They woul6 permit workers to Hirschberg, of New York, one of
Fbrd, youthful president ofthe buy Ford stock at half the mar- the country's great players. 1(alph.
auto company founded by is;ket price,'allow them'to borrow gave West credit for all of the
grandfather, said last week it rmney from the company without missing high cards because of his
would be an unforgivablee error" interest during layoff periods and double and jump raise in spades.'
if rank-and-flte workers didn't get bas, severance pay on length of The problem was to make the,
4 chance to have their say on a service with the company. game in hearts even if West held
far-reaching' company contract of- both of the missing high clubs.
fer. The union said its guaranteed'
Be, -, tih annual wage 'plan would cost the After brief thought, Hirschberg
HeIssued the statement In a let- company from s cents an hour saw the solution. He led his single-I
ter to Reuther shortly before the during periods of high emplov Iton spade and finessed dummy's
unions' powerful international) ex- ment to a-. maximum of 16 cents queen. This "unnecessary" finesse
n ecutive board authorized F or d during slack employment. seems to do no good. But it has'
. a real point.
Declarer continued with the ace,
r i, ._ of spades and a spade ruff in his
i^ ', Ik f own hand. This play cleaned out
s the spades from the dummy.
SHirschberg then drew trumps with
, I the ace and king, after which he
S led a club from he dummy and
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At this stage there was noth-
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finesse. If West returned a spade
or a diamond, South could ruff
while dummy discarded the losing
flub. In any case, the contract was
luite pafe. If declarer hadn't
.ieaned-ou* the spade bweVer,
West could have returned a spade
safely, 'and then South would have
been 'forced to lose another club
sooner or later.

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W4 ord Avenue Tel. 3-1398
(1 block from Lux Theatre)

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3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
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SALE; Refrigerators,
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ears' warranty, no down
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ytoves, Moden-Maid,
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t received new shipment.
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Jush Arngmens Ave, mad N I.

FOR SALE:-Double bed com-
plate. 2 night tables. dresser with
beautiul mirror. A-I quality end
condition. "Transporte Boxtor,"
phone James 2-2316.
FOR SALE:-Eay washing ma-
chine, g ood condition. $50.
House 6454-8, Camaren Street,
Los Rios.
FOR SALE:- Written bids will
be accepted by W. J. Sheridan.
Jr.. Post Office Not No. 66. An-
con. Canal Zone up to and in-
cluding June 10th. 1955. open
the following: (1) 2 metal
dressers, I with mirror (2) I
metal bed stand; l3 I1 bed,
wooden, with mattress & spring;
14' I electric 25 cycle alarm
clock; (5 I1 kitchen table; (6)
I wicker c h a I r with cushion;
(7) 1 wooden beach; (8) I
ironing board; (9) I clethk h
hamper; (10) 2 porch blind;
(11) 1 refrigerator, electric, 25
cycle; (12) I hcest 'f drewers
Such items may be Isen St the
Packing and Crating Shop In the
Corose Street Yard of the MlM-
teonnce Division, lalboee, during
regular working hours. lids
should be sent in sealed enve-
lopes addressed to the under-
signed. Bidder should sign his
name and give hIs Post Offioe
Box address and telephone num-
ber. The right to reject any end
all bids is reserved end articles
are sold as is where i TERMS:
Cash on ecceptonce of bid. W.'
FOR 9ALi--Club chair, bam-
boo chair, china closet, dinisn
room set, double dresser and
mirror, 'electric fan, bathinette,
sawing machine, shades, portable
typewriter, 3-piece couch, Q.M.
kitchen table. 2548-A Cocoli.
Novy 3196;

FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. refrigera-
tor; Estate stove; solid mahogany
dining room set; solid mahogany
china closet; youth bed; baby
crib; 2 Hollywood beds with in-
manrspriag mattres. Cheep. Nic-
enor Oborrie Ave. No. 23, A
portment No. *'

FOR SALE-- RoaenaoBl i
washing machine 25-cycd; Cold.
spot refrigerator 25-cycle; one
steel buffet; two stool drers,
one studio couch, sport cost
(boy's) sihe 10-11. red coto '
(g90s) ilS 6. Call 2-318$ or
Diable 510-1. ,

I FOR SALE:-1 Robbins and My-
ors electric fen 16", 25-cycle;
I Westinghouse refrigeretot, 9
cu. ft., 25-cycle. Hotel Tivoli,
Room 156.

2 More Vets
(Continued from Page 1)
Preference Act of 1944 was de-
signed to protect all veterans who
had had- service subsequent to
September 1939 when the state of
Emergency For World War II was
proclaimed in Washington.
Meanwhile the Federal Em-
ployes Veterans Association's lo-
cal chapter has so many appeals
pending that preaidnt James fH.
DeVaney is leaving soon for the
statess to confer with national of-
ficials of FEVA.
Post No. 10 of FEVA has been
the chief goup interested In fight-
ing the appeals of the truck driv-
Several weeks ago a local offi-
cial of the American Federation of
Government Employes said h is
organization was writing the CSCI

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in Le Carraqula
Cen.a Ave. 45 ..
No. 3 Loltery li

FOR SALE.-1952 Austin For-
dor. one owner. 18.000 miles,
duty paid. sexcNet condition,
$700 or bot offer. Call Hul,
Cristobel 1772 during *fice
hours. Cristohal 2568 during

Real Estate
FOR SALE:- Concrete chelt,
near S.A.S. eommissary: 3 bed-
rooms, dining room. 2 bath-
rooms, kitchen, perch, garage.
For information: Vie Prrias

Paper Demands

Aftlee Step Down

For Younger Man
LONDON, May 31 (UP)- The
newspaper Daily Mirror fired the
fuse that may explode Clement
Attlee's political career t o d a y
with a demand he surrender to a
younger man control of Britian's
divided Socialists.
The pro-Labor tabloid that Is
Britian's biggest daily paper de-
manded the 72-year-old Attlee re-
sign in a front p a g e editorial
headlined "Attlee Must Go."
The paper commands heavy in-
fluence among both the Lab o r
party leaders and the p a r t y's
rank and file.
It was the Mirror, in fact, which
carried the hod of the Labor cam-
paign in the closing days of last
week's election and a p o t t e 4
sharpljr even before the polls o-
pened that Attlee's party has lit-
tle chance of victory.
The Mirror's campaign V a s
pitched on an appeal to Socialists
to vote Labor-not for victory 8
but to keep the Conservative par-
liamentary margin as low as pos-
Tdy the Morror. opened It s
owihv tigation into L a b o r's
cf4t.~-Its first conclusion w a
4t tte give up.

Skipper Abandonm
GrouMd Vessel

0f Panma Registry

CALCUTTA, May 31 (UP) -
The 5000 tons Semiramis regis-
tered In PanamI that went a-
ground near Landfall Island. In
the Bengala Bay May 22, was
abandoned by her master Sun-
day because the engine room was
leaking heavily and the engine
was underwater.
Its 46 crew members were pick-
ed up by the steamship Choy-
sang, e-route from Hong Kongi
to Calcutta. The Choysang Is ekt-
peted here today.,
Chartered by a CalcuttA party
the Semiramais wa en route to
Calcutta with a load of 7000 tons
when grounded. The Mercantile
Marine Department of India is
Inquirig Into the causes of the

ImprMved OedianBe

Tool Made On Bet

tour s at the veterans appeal WAHOO, Neb. -(UP)-An
be ued. rOrdnance safety official be
_VA ha also Iner i .... employee at the Nebraska
FEVA has also Interested Itself a ant'hretha nul
the case 6f anotheremploye lefnance plant here that he could
Ste ase of another emoye of rode a durable, 'ma-Spal
tthe Ancon corral. His name is A -Itol'and the employee ca^
Ortiz. HIe is a Puerto Rican and witl a "remark ie im p r i
has worked on the grease r a c k ren..rk
alince 1934. "
Until February of this year, a Walter Menswiu, chief dr
rFEVA spokesman disclosed, he man for the N national Gypsum
did hot receive the 25 per cent dif- atthe plant, won his wager
ferential extended to other Unted tonthat man be ad^optfor'
States citizens. Before his em- spread w.e in t-he a-a"itioi
ployment, he had 12 years Army dustry where non-'sarking
service. a must for safety purpo
FEVA claims that racial discri- are a must for safetatr
mination has been practiced a- ham5
gaint improv-ment" over otek
wiThe group sC correnptondental fp ap tools available. They
with the CSC on the det s pr- se would sparkafter' I
entatlan of his case. treated one thirty-second of ani
Into metal, but this is tonsik
COLLEGE P. R. METING to bea ample measure for sa
CHICAGO (U e ^than Officials also i.d the steel
Boo=mbes4Kthe Am ican I sepeted to last much Is
1pus nwr ebim Aanm ti nan otner-sut-1 ls.usuall_-

F aM of Jily Ave.
Agenola Internal. do Publicactones
SCoeml Ave. -.
.1vw atm Ti I .e

LEWIS -iRV1ift
Ava TWA'&e. 4
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*OX 2031 ANON, C.Z.
JUNE a 4 5
The trip of your e aboard II
Paamam's Pescaderul A three-
day Jungle Jim Jaun thru the
Paeme Canal to Cole., San
Plae. and Pree sIe el Lev
Belba., Friday 6:30 a.m., srivm
Colon 2:30 p.m., leave Cole
9:*0 p.m. for ce.rful Sean I
*nd historic Porte Belle, nW tn-
hIg Colon Sunday afternoon.
Thin COnel Monday 6:30 a...,
bayvln from Strangers Club -
turning to I**bs. Meoa crtored
by El Panama. Bring elocks,
Ihorts. bathing suits, jacket.
flippers and spears for mndr-
water fishing, your cemorn end
color film. Cnal trip SOl=-
$10.00. For further informatin
phone Jungle Jim Price Papoos

FOR SALE:-Motor and boy'
bicycl, .hp. 25-cyce $20
cash. llsboe 1588.
FOR SALI.:- Chihuahua; fewn,
Mle. Wonderful pet. Phone Co.
so. Solo 8346.

FOR SALE:- Phiko oir.onedi-
tieon nit, % capacity, used ene
year, 5-year iarentee, perfect
condition. Borgein. Abls cebiats
and lorge mahogany Showcaese.
Central Avenue No. 13 142.
Phone 2-2814.

FOR SALE:- Two electric fens
* $17.50 each, meter ceeter $30.
Win. 52 target rifle end occee-
series (including H. spot-'
ting *cope). Diable 2-4455.

FOR SALE: Year- ld thor.
ougrod Delmtien dog. For ien.
formation ail, of t a r 5 p.m.,
Ppnesm. 8-5494.

FOR SALEEi,-Usod rtrigasftor.,
eutomec wshen, electide wa-
bto heters in gempent od..o,
tio. Prtb Vrryjemable; HeN -
me, S.A.

Irate, unidentitled citizen, unhappy
over deliberations by the legisla-
ture on taxes, put # sign on the
lawn 9f the Capitol. It read: "for

ATTENTION 1.1 Just built
modern furnied apartments, 1,
2 bodroms, halt, "d weatr.
FPhne Pea 1)4941. .
FOR RINT:-Fumirnhd and un-
furnished 2 sad 4-reno modem
aporments. Ceaett ALHAM-
Phone 138 ll e.n.
FOR RINT-r--Idr-mm. living
room modern apartment, house
No. 45, Autmobile Row. See
Do Castro, No. 24 Ave. I. Tel-
ephone 2-1616.
FOR RENT:-Funrakhd modem
apartment& NoIlh American
neighbor, 60, including gas,
frequent amneportatloo. Phone
FOR RENT: Furmkhd or un-
furnished oe bd m opart-
ment in El Coco. Cell 2-2189.
FOR RENT -Somi-fumrnihsd a-
portment, next to Roosevelt The-
ear, Via PorrsI No, 120. Phone
FOR RENT:--4w modern one-
room aportmnot, furnished d,
stove, refrigerator, hot water.
only. Compo Alegre. Phone 3-
4242 efter 6 p.m.;
FOR RENT:- Furnished aprt-
ment, two bedrooms, balcony, oil
screened, Blle Vista $90. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern apart-
meot, 2 bedrel e, prch, living
room, dining room, kitchen, ga-
rage. Completely furithed. lost
46th Street 1e. 42. For infor-
motion phone 3-1423.
FOR RENT:-.4nfrnaished two
bedroom apartment, 2 baths,
storage, maid's quarters: Phono
3-0815, 44th St. No. 32.
FOR RENT:-Unfurnished com-
fortable apartment, 2 bedrooms,
paror, dninirlrom, kitchen, hot
water end igame. Information:
Phone 2-2416 or 3-5322.
FOR RENT:-2-room apartment
$40r; there ronems o 5; four
rooeemn -Informtolen 8058,
10th Shert, upsteln, Colfn.

FOR RENT.-2-bedroom part-
ment, with belony in Belle Vie.
to. Cell 2.2401, 8-1I meormim,
2-5 evenings.

FOR RENT:-rwo-befdroom fur-
nished apartment, four month.,
available Juno 1st. Apply 38th
Street No. 2-52, Phone 3-1467.

Cancer Crusade Goes Over $2000

With Help Of Elks Minstrel Show

The Elks Minstrel presetned man Bruce Carpenter, as listed
[Friday and SaturIay last week below;
helped to push the current re-
turns on the 1955 Cancer Cru- P.C. C.-OOV]RNMENT UNITS
sade above the $2000 mark.
Approximately 500 people at- Steamship Ticket Office $ 15.00
tended the two showings of the Claim Branch -..... 78.00
tMinstrel Show for the benefit of Internal Security Office 36.00
the cancer crusade. Among Plant Inventory and Ap-
those attending the show were praisal ........... .38.00
more than 100 servicemen from Office of the Governor-
the jungle warfare training pro- President ............ 100.00
gram. Administrative Branch 82.00
The board of trustees of the Contraband Control ... 26.50
Canal Zone cancer committee Acqounteg DfvBiMon .... 151.50
has expressed its appreciation to I ayrol Bnc (Ancon) 88.80
the Minstrel cast and its direc- Marine-Director s Office 31 0
tor, George A. Tully and Elks Civil Affairs 'Director's
Lodge 1542 forthis demonstra- Office.;........... 15.00
tion of support for th is worth Payroll Branch (Diablo) 51.80
project. Accounting% Systems Staff 23.00
Returns to gate Irom scatter- Budget and RAtes Branch 30.06
ed small areas of the Panama Contract and Inspection 77:.0
Canal Co.-Canal Zone govern- Personnel Bureau ...... 211.75
meant show contributions of Panama Ifialth Office 42.00
$1360 from tl Pacific Side, Cold Storage Plant ..... 35.00
chairman Francis Moumblow; Office, of Geenral coun-
$400 from Atlantic side, chair- sel .... .......... 14.00
man George A.Tully; $170 from License Section ........ 10.00
fraternal and social organiza- Ancon LUa ........ 24.70
tions, cha:-maa E'lsa Bailey; Fire DivilMon, Balboa ... 45.00
$385 from business firms, chair- CZ. p.o, le8 .-, MO,


plat Uceman Herman Higgs handed out
a ticket to a jaywalker. The vio-
latlnr' name John Law


-ieet BBer June 9S th ough a tn rsuc t falsusuallya
July 2 to discus ways t improve of soft mtal.
the public reatips a of
._ .. *hei.n. siletes

I & -sawn = I I

I* or Chiale eof
Dein eMad Coler

c 1pal Charles 0. D'Amzco of Al
Central School has qualified i
elf as an "abint-MiAdd prc
Over the school's public a
system D'Amico mad% thi
"Will the Oer of the car l
ueM ZmAber OB40- pil
iea4 ea r its park n
wca eg lees the anm
A few muimtes later,

d te n

Scottish Rit Bodis... $0.00
Balboa Women's Club ., 20.00
Anonymous ........ 25.00
A ecan Leion Aux... 25.00

n on
ne-i Bildon, Inc .........
Bred Jane P betss ......
fety NRD s TA o ANmICA First NaMnal ank
Canal Zone New Yo ..........
Unit" States Vitricet court For Calvino a.ti tuqePrcil
tool The Dmtrict of Te Canal Ze tda ........
D ivisim a lb o i. ...a
S Karl .D. Glua. laintiff vs. Jessie M. FueIta yI a .. .......
O Gl Defendant. Itminia13 Conritctor .
Simmons Case No. 4123 Civil. Civil Cia. Servi"eo a triec
Dock4 M. Action tfor divorce.
To h above-named defendant: B.H. Larmp, Cnatobal
answer' the complaint filed in the above- Wllford i Mcd Kav
entitled action within ninety days after a_ B .p--5 _-'.-
'rin. b fI rt doe e pvatbatfrU Ma~c R.- .aWmp a
n e your t re to pp ............ ..
si as wer udmot wil b take a- .SOm I
Mi5t yousu by deflt tbe re'lit -,. re'r l v r -nno
Sn t he colant. u Uno
the Honorable Guthrie F.
Cro we. Judge. United States Distrlct
n Curt for the trit of the Cnal Zope. n
.- t May 11, 1 In a

i J ue United ve
n emru Um. t
e. Uid jMs uj SSSof

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S$ 25.00
.. ,Q
S 10.00
15 10.0&

ile from
r ed that;
r shop of
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Snta Oa. e lb" 3631
for reStvot%.s

KAa .ck m..Ia.
Phone Boba 864
WILLIAM$' Sarto Clera kech
i0s0. "k. b '
Gremllrh' USiao Clara Beach
Cottenoa Medrn convenionces.
mondete roea-. lPhme Samboe
Shepuel's ram ho s on
beao at Sala leo. Telephone
Thompsa.. alkt '1772.
PHILLIPS OeooneM Cttages,.
Sant Clea. ko 435, olboo.
bol 3-1673.

Bachelor or couple. 43rd Street
No. 13. '
FOR RENT: Government in-
spected, beautifully furnished
room, double couch, refrigerator,
stove, kitchen cabinet, private
both and 4tramnc., 52d Street
No. 3, Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT: -. Boutifully fur-
Pished large bedroom with porch,
private bathroom, kitchen facil-6
. titles. For couple or ldi. 46th,
Street No. 45.
FOR RENT:- Fhralshed room,
kitchen, refrigerator privilege,
G.I. inspected. 4th of July Ave.
Phone 2-1989.

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FOR RENTY- Furmdished heelet,
first MI-or hbadIesem. 2.Nethi
Mo. boor. o. 0.ot
Ne. 52.

FOtR ENT-FwrlMhed or un-
furol hed w0- elremm@ heuse.
comply O dp indm e. Bdleale
No. 1.

FOR RENT&-- Furished chalet
with S b oreare. Canl -4736
from 12 uion. to 6 p.m.

FOR RINTt-Smell eoiuit. iMe
beldroem, in vi WiMg *i
kitchen. Modelrate easpt. Smer
Jose de Soe Martia Ave. No.
6. downstairs.
FOR RINT:-Cottge. Gamboe,
June end July. Must keew by
June 2nd, Phone 6-453.
FOR RENT:- Furnished house.
For information call 3-4736, 21
p.m. to 6 p.m.
FOR WiNT -Small house, bed-
roomo dhines room, kitchen,
bathroom, balcony, San Froncis-
co. Phone 3-5874.

Wanted to Buy
WANTED TO BUY:--Osd saw-
inl machine. Cell Bolboo 1590.

an* with roferene, Mat
11, Avme Jose 6JeMN7fc
qua. -

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fr*, knudRIgp jift~e s ^a h|We
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WANToD. to 1
Branch MaWager. Over 2,.
able meet public. Well tre
SS0 to $0 a week. lA
Dese, Domigoe Dies Nse 1 7,
7 to 9 a.m., 6 to 7 p.m. .
WANTED: ReoIloi, am -
ealeds-asm ffor Aein
only, with d ,
Company. I .Pr
Osa Aenuo, fir flower.
WANTUD: Fi class n i-
curist. Meet Li refe.
Balboa Servie Ceate
I Shop. Call 2-2919.


INSECTICIDE "BIF," 1.95 galloI
i ll-'Ceontral Avg. PabomaA

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ped with Radio, four new tubeless tires, factory in. .
stalled Peat covers. See this bargain today, Full Price .

six cylinder model. Fully equipped and ready to ge.
Full Price $895.00.

Glistering Black Paint. Many many extras .including
Power Glide. New Tire. & Seat Covers. FuB Price

1953 FOIID FORDOR CUSTOM. Radio, Perfect Ilt Grey
Fmish. NeW Tire All extras. Full Price $1150.00.

Bod and Blac Top. Radio, Seat Covers and New '
Ti F l Price 8T75.00. ..........



952 PLYMOUTH 4-DOOR SEDAN. Radio, eatlier U J
holster' and New Tires. Full Pri'e $1150.00. U

CoVers and WSW Tires. Full Price $1695.00.



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.k ditterent -colodrs. The new box of coats are better than a
?*. .CIs IL ew .._.-L-Treata comes in different hev coat. (N. G bcber-

Co-Sh Believed MUSIC New PrIoduCr s __ o rm
S '---clored "cheeses" to yellow -
CPIPS---.-e- -*Iie e NEW YORK -(UP)- The Phil- By V G. VATAN "eggs." Fido also will find a "fish"
Wd W At Him U ad= dhia OrcheWitra, now moring United Pre'ss taft Correpondent o heart i hs dinner pan.
SS I l l Europe, will play at least one The six shapes suggest toe key
.. American c pom a each of NEW YORK (UP)-You can ingredients, running from meat
S.U- GISS A NP the 18 cities oa Its itinerary. rub down your auto now with a cheese to bone meal, found in each
O, WITTIO T'H -I- turkish towel-and get glossy re- unit of dog food. The units are,
rOCALA, Fl.MLay1IafrmI' ..The Ameran composers re I sults, each two inches long and half an-
SrOCALA, Fla, May 31 (UP .1 from. m tto me. scented were Bloch, Barber, Dello, The new technique for polishing inchthick. (Quaker Oats Co., Chi-
MIL An ecentric former school prin- HI said- ey )i d the panel Joo, Hanson, Hart McDonald, cars depends on chemicals con- cago).
? cipal, wh w t his wife was truck rigged with extra gas tanks'nomson and Yardumin. tained in the standard-sized, yel-
harged th the brutal slaying of and tls- o he could travel to low towel. Here's good news for the week.
thrwe come, believed the hidian. without stopping for gas. The European tour is the first you dip the "Hi-Gloss" towel end artist.
world wan "down on him," a re- "It's pti tty clear to us that the of major American symphony into water for a couple of minutes, Using a push-button container,
ired country minmatc," said today. officer were .shot down in cold: orchestra. But the New York Phil. then start rubbing the car. The you can touch up oil paintings. The I
Edward Samuel Lindley's fear blood without a chance and with- 'harmonmc-Symptiony is going to towel leaves a milky haze on the retocch varnish spray is designed
of other -- along witn a deep o4t kadwifg they were stepping tour Europe in the fall. car body. You whisk off this haze to help the painter who fails to '
love for -s wife apparently into anything more than a neigh --- with a dry cloth to achieve a hard, finish his work in one sitting.
touched off a blazing 90 minute borhood squabble" said State At- clear finish. An application of hte aerosol
gun battle Saturday nig h t in ty. A. T. Buie. He said he would The Rockefeller Foundation has It lustre-plates the chrome as varnish gives the whole painting a
which the three officers plied and seek a grand jury indictment a- agreed to match, dollar-for-dollar, well as the car paint. No buffing freshly painted look that ma es
a third was wounded. against the couple. whatever funds the Boston Sym- is necessary, color matching easier. The 'spray
The Rev. Arthur J. Stairs, who Sheriff Don McLeon said he had phony raises for the support of itsI The towel, which is reusable, also protects the oil from dirt and
U a,- T "1.SLOTH \6 m/ said he had known Lindley for charged Lindley and his wife with Berkshire Music Center, which is comes in a moisture-proof cannis- dustwhile drying.
a O 'LNT4lRlOUNP. ITS e t years, quoted the 73 year- first degree murder and that the the orchestra's summer school of ter. (Chisholm Industries, Inc., twvbgkqj cmfwyp
1i4 IAN Wo R UNPB Ely old one time Kokomo, Ind., high couple would probable be ar- music. Lynn, Mass.) The varnish should be sprayed
FTWI 8 UNOr IT'iSr "KNOWN0TO school principal and math teacher rained before country Jue D. g evenly andlightlvfroma distnce ___ _
SA S lNOWN Tas .saying onoe everyone was R. Smith tomorrow. The grant extends for five years, Dogs can get their meals in six of about 18 inches. Several thin
BSA: OP 9WMIMM R. a "down on him" and neighbors had and could total $125,000 since the
l B picked on him and his wife for orchestra usually raises $25000 an- .
the past 25 years. T nually. The Foundation helped the
T1SMOVGM NTS AR jAL,.6MOr' LIndley in jail with his wIfe f IeWif .I ll T ll orchestra establish the school in
I ATOMPERC .,PTiB TO MOSr awaiting arraignment on first de- A 1940 and- 941 with grants totalling
i L5ePING I-r green murder charges, also loved |$ | LA s65,000.
.PRWAT'ORSL ag rwIST his wi;e like a "childhood sweet-n UalSol Al 60
?URTIN'THi6 RAINY SEASON heart," Stairs said. The Metropolitan Opera has end-
IT ArQU IROS A CAMOUFLAG6 Together they stood off some 30S UDALL, Kn. May 3 (UP ed any chance of labor trouble with
SCOATING OF M0651-sKIKE A6AG. officers with high powered ri- An official death t ol of l0 from its orchestra musicians by signing
Sfles, pistols and shotguns from be- the 60-second tornado tt a three-year contract with its lo.
-hind the barricaded doors of their this tiny community last ednes- cal of the American Federation of
small concrete block home in _day was set today by the Red Musiciano. The contract assured
residential area. Cross, the players of a basic season of ..
After they surrendered, police At Backwll, o st 24 weeks, augmented by a seven-
searched the home and found an by the lethal windell, JOka.. also struck week spring tour..
N o t arsenal of about 25gunsmostt Of bythelethal wind,Joseph Wil is: ur
t... wl nal oie abodutoad uandm a of mdiedtoday ina hospital to be. Meanwhile the Met announced
to fire, and hundreds of rounds of come th "h fatality thetredl that Dino Vannopoulos will stage ..
ammunition. The latest victims of the Udall its revival bf Donnetti's "Don'Pas- ..
SOutside was a souped up panel tragedy were Mr Nina Atkison qual ext season, and Wolfgang
MOVIES TV RADIO truck outfitted with two gas tanks, 35, and John F. Serrot, 74, who Roth will design the scenery and
,.a high speed carburetor, a spe- died Sunday. costumes.Treat
by Er mkine Johmson ciial tool box built under the hood Triple fu eral services costumes
-- o" Killed in the gun fight w e r e two of her sons five-year O1 d Marian Anderson has endowed a
IOLLYW)O- (NEAl Hol- But even now that he has deputies Bob Wooten, 3, .and Cur- Stanl G 15, was scholarship fud i Tel Aiv folTS
1) wood on TV:. Kid stars have his own flam o-mpany, lk i1 tis Yungblood 315, and Aistant able to attend ncert tour of
singm Police Chief r the rites. The father and husband,: A scholarship of 6060lae
S y Ta i A officer, Deputy W. .ive Jr., Robert Atkinson, still is hospital will be awarded annually
oiay Ton ap end pre&r oud rsL, sllzed with ti injuriesto oa talentedyoungr murcian. Theato.
moo-butTommy Retbis' t owhq be The battle atlart d. ;ind rote i tne o ws MarianAiersn Schol rai Fund
juvlnfle etor fored', a ea,'punch ..-u gb a a d
heartmd. r Tl s yearm-l .tsn h an oung i l rGJ&juren. 1buti1dn. 1A1Ourie weroe not i
heart-1d so t 1bSerious. e tr me e irP .0br brDn

ary has.o i 1850- Wee, he G1y as-Kras e, her former bosses. Tuck was killed and etw was h lapPalo Alo Cal; Irene Satem- tsh
a" 0.... A huge pile of debris, behind Agera.'

candm w a a te, huh? nr Ca ties arrived atin the ensug building remains as a stark re-ke, Smifonrealsts Josn the talent search
astac.with a shotgun. When tW tredthat smashed UdalL Workers con are ignon un, Memphis; John
h alead ~ paueh. h e Liout 90 m u tinued the grim is of lan(o e M emphisf Ge ohand fre
Taelaiet. a"r ev enrined Itp a ofen rkfous. Lndl trs. pliehoy aaoti. aional.o h Gerocity of te stwormkfrh Eprmntaew Yrl QNewT e
or th1l cord, Tommy's ock i the "Man.i io ake it from her, n the Dunuded trees. Rean e k e ine '
atre his S a rin of the -f. utu dropped them with ahil h O the rubble. aers Guido, f oungstwn, O uhio' ,Mary o
s o0 ein ytators their broken limbs pointing to Ferriero, Pittsburgj; Robert Dun-
But plma clow that it Bill La house series producelsby rifle, the blazes across your nails! It's the onelreal-hing': red that puts a
ary ctual per 4e- k,i he sa -Kraae, her former bosses wife took it a eronal scene. ae t l ke, Montreal; Joseph Ronleau, Ma-at your fnmerips!
can fte and the door he star in an upcoming drama whie ouWnd e aed in th n h- ane e.; Maria di Gerrndo, you Qun of Daonds manicure will last

-closed laughing face. somebody else talks about the ihor. bor la. wanted Wabou90ing to spo. c hrt bret in
Tlwarevle sd look o e sensed some my wife for las a professional ndwonash Lindley told police he onlyshotal Guardsmen r o u t e d ast. r ne really profeal
th ming amiss in sc rawle and Vi- e, with Dae k as boss ad neightboattr." he attenawayr .i phone fored that your ns every othernt righted pale with s

vian Vance, t be "I Love Lucy" Our Modern Kids Note: Art He told officers that when heY !ork will a3 Nox Ask yori
start sB ow and in Verel au- oy on hi Squ how to name is ana-the-futur tion" of Wingfi into the hus skeleton of Udall. finals in New Orleans on June 19.
in prefers the Lucy type of Stars "H swer Whytelefim aske d Art.. "Wingfield had put un n a tan shirt first. I the volutec workers in the
P ive TV," hetaular wailed it, r The lad answered: "So I on his oisho l tank reading thkee secoutnd' massive cleanup d Saa Excitin things are just bound to happen when Queen of Diamonds
Bohanne pl Ch clashtter: oa Masthe Bill Lunde goodig who pt." el the hou sign faced our house ad tion Army and C workersae ac yo o u
actual evisior n is giv. g pa later whtcommercials on "Climax, is wife took t as a personal ult, were permitted nto the area. class m 1947 sad
oundedireoftorial ambit Bonanov whacks planrry Nelsong a etty Furness. He'll prs. ce quoted Lndley a, saying. hauntingly beautiful flame at your fingertip
at the place nd the door he star in an upcosein drama while ingfield ask stalled u bd ne lood Pressure makes And remember, your Queen of Diamonds manicure will lst

and at the game in his ZIV wan them up. Barry, who sounded hfaved anens wo ut
losedries, "Highway Pace. somebody else talks about the or ors..1 wanted W to a tb. nd st ... and last. For Revlon is the one really profesonal nail
by Cy Hward look. lo e t my wife for U g her do, d swoS. Stlel Hour's len
chores o site Zsil Zsa Gabor most recent play and one of the he add. lm nrou hy not phone for your appointment right now

bis series, "Just Plain Folks." most controversial teledramas eet MI e n, k se W
visa Vance, the "I Love Lucy" Our Modern Kids Note: Art He told officers that when he tem witth HY NOX Ask yoaf
uerelp, on there thingssa show wasLinketter asked a nine-year-old s Aw the deputies trying to wrest, e ist YNOX toda nd Con
sfart showmanship Ao bolster au- boy on his show to name his fa- the gun from his wife, "I hollered_ F ea in a fow l --
dieace appinal. Vivian had a bandlvorite "substitute" parents. "You that en timeslet her a 10 n e.' I
on the -live show, but Bill stilland Jane Russell," was the en- don't know if I aimed at them. I
prefers the /icy type of filmi4.swer. "Why?" asked Art. egt a man in a tan shirt first. I
'.Live TV," he wailed it, rai i The lad answered: "So I could shot again and hit the a e c o n d
Mark Stevens, who zoomed iv around in your bicar an nd m wife ae back to
Channel Chatter: Masey' s Jane goodnight. the hYouuse wth themake l savings yet enjoy the advantage of flying one of ."
radio ghow, "Top Secret, is due thk-pece the same fStairs who said he got t kno
for tharateleflli cameras as a Se- There's been no decision yet on the Lindle le s ehing a Sun R ir ne. Ters pressyou great savings
ries.. Television is giving actors whether to keep Jon aulfi day School class in1947. sa a 6-4
with directorial ambitions's whack' Barry Nelson' as a Mr. ad'I.Mr-I.ndley was weu",, eduded, but
at tie place lqhinn the cameia. teaf in next season's "My .a- he did ask son od eqsetions It's lt.'lbut the rising a I
Broderick Crawf'ord will try his, vorite Husband"showor to split that were not relevant to the les- iner t s up ofa otof o nl D ,-,ights to
hand atthe game n his ZIV film "Pthem up. Barry, Who sounded of tters. '
series, Highway Patrol," starting about the stanzas going Joan's wayconditioning, comfortable eating nd 300 peed
in July. still has another year to go on his
Gloria Grahame is coaching hub- k 'cethr..". ,,
b Cy Howard $or his acting "The Rack," U. S. Steel Hour'se -,A-f
cores'opp osite ZsA Zsa Gabor in' most recent play and one of the .tm.9
his series, "Just Plain Folks." most controversial teledramas yet MiND torn book ucn with ea
There are other things she better I aired, has been purchased -byT '....,
Zea Zsa get together, includes author Rod Serling's serv- -,, I-
mark Stevens, who zoomed Mar- Selisg received a mere $2,r'' % -- ..
tin Ane to its highest rating. owns for the TV perfo-rmmnoe of the enjoy the advantages of flying one o
the '-moyie rights to the private think-piece, the same figure-he re- Y-,n.s j t,-f..
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AMERICAN LEOIO OFF1CER$ INSTALLED: At a rec^^t btallation Ball held at the Amer- tue the cities and towu exet? 7:30 Repott .rom The USA perature will bt. bou i degrees
lA p Club, ort Amador the above nly elected offers of Post No. 1 were sworn into Generally speaking, says (VOA) on the Pfic Side and .10 de-
tha LetiveIfflce by dep IItImnt commander clajde N. lampbell. Standing, right to left. long hours and low pay .. limit- 1:00 NELSON EDDY'S PENT- green on eAtlntic side. The
are: Alfred auvn post commander; I. Gaper, 1st vic commander: Robert E. Frey, 2nd vice edomotional opportUtis HO U SE PARTY IBe- average maximum will be Norman Bostq,,.oest adutant; Ge rge slack 3., finance officer; JTe Hearn Jr., bombardments of public ridicule grams V.0.) about 8 dree and the aver- p.5.
i .R. Braddbk, gt. at arms and E. R .kard, se Wvice officer. andchabuse .h o n 8 .. .:30-MitRe r(BB ae inm a d
conusn g, contractory sAd r^ p se phone be- ondrecordfor e s 9 de re e
eed with thee deo 10:30-Mic r Hotel El n extreme, however of nre-
S. Influences and the further ama quent. occurred

Ity to buck the situation i? "3so D. 10:45-Time Ftor Verse HUMIDIY: The relative ~-
It'I .00S ..S. .. -- ..and (USA ) ,'... .. Is 8.

ities-whereby politicians can ree :00-mphony all idity will average 85 per cent

rm.nfls quicker than the police- t.,00-N ews-C~g Off t .rP stobal 87 er cent at Bal- S .
man on athe beat can Aaest them li h Iigrts a T per ce month- at .
SeC uw ithe honest qop soon becomes an Tomorrow, Wedsaeedy, June 1 Madden Dat. 'The daily range

Seydy ro aoltie ocu rrutibnly k lub re.q u rA1to n w d1 -
poket'.. ple boe b dueentL areol0e0to 7 OUDS o -ANOWBd HNE: The .Q.
-German sf the niara in operations ie Mur r aI o c Y i he menAtly cl of tel
CAN L.IO' IE ISNTALaLED. r At a rfntibtllatonlallheldt the Amer- Wh tes an d e tow ee? 7 8:30-Musical Reveille average f 5 houar 'of sunshine

dean vLegonClub, mador the ea.boek ewilt aleledtedroffiwers hohf Post No. 1u..wonn In to: eleyspeakiaga y ionhthae Psiede and .10 de-
Sgousy lttle has been sai at- 10 :00-Off Tee n S cord (requests morn-A fogs may be expectedOET
S-re t Alfed g p c. s vicoander:RobertEPrey, 2d v Fce .edpromo type of ies "H0 USPAoR T eeoca-vernaly omaimum williard be
series, er raider-the specially-rebuild at. 8:30) ate l" Cut IIu.nt o of the Canal and F
equipent fothcat carried n t 1 :0-Met he kd. ortir he c- ntlsenieb i ot ture Th- O

tr adr of Conf t vu ong Lucrtrea.t oy News mus aloxpg io th oe Trans-Isthm delan
.-"_3 (Croweli) H. .. .7Bre5necka theo:05-Luncht.. deelgdes sh
Infuertaknces at least partiallyh, t 12:30-rweet An e ,t -

i -AL"OA LIONS CLUB AWARDS SCHOI KPS Left to right standing, Miss station a Rudge this lawith o many 104a 5- Verse oMIatIT .
&t !'"----.--'"--'"" J._ites.-'wTherebay politicians: ca.n n :00--4ymplAnny R, I ,d w..,ill RVe..: ; 5per rent

SEsther Reynolds both Crstobal Hgh School seniors and thinners of the Balboa Junior er aneestoal :cent atBal-
llee olarsp of 100.00 each. M Mman on ary Abele Bt canalboa Hgh schoarol senior and winner or er rd the de 1:-- ...The P ier.
S0. os ,. e ot-ellegtte honest ar soon becomes'lan Tomorrow W1dedtesdaJnI-'a di y Brn L.e tt o oeo

SSatd the speakers table are left, rs. Stock. Warren Gerhart, Acting secretary In 10 months at sea, thels- 200-Da Ia oisreood

dMr_. Grha __t._ kreuaer auxiliary cruiser) 83 2:15-8ingl ng AmericanAs
Smeric ans on the day. twice the circumference of athe 2:45-Hask no And His Rain
.... .(r1eady r ole. ,of s o lr rencyceris eti Clohk Clubwhtrequetu.-4eren putor.tCriinhoblow Ihoy

lmbertyDusthae.powerastodterhortyand capturedr deroy C:00-F. h
**its deadly foes." said Stassen some.200,000 tons of Allied shin 3:1-M a
We have watched. a trant pgeal iAt last she wn as boutrun hea e r desdayI N
i armies .-mov, first a k in unned the British blo k debut s0-sture Review
O-iViJ. .S w eaker nations* clqse at hand an cugo ser Corly all, and an 4:30-What's Your ,a.orite (r.
'eti i.. bbut another type of omamare illn; d th ,toonebeforet ftAion. e the a lard
-- R r ,r '.eintl, mph, eeul raider the ecianknbade 'a8:30)Cut ot, of the Canal and

tadtin of Count onLu : :00-News mus aispeech, atheluden to bs-ly hBritnhers

e cause for rejoicmg was themetery near th e capital. the ortheoming O ;Big Fouar confer- and by those toe who event s y de o e
r ht Rdin w s- Siml s ew rw ou tedcwhrPresident Eisenhower st royed him. H e made every e ot ch Melodis .
rA, LIONS CLUB AWARDS SCHOLARS HvePSedlace to rightostand ng, Miss Me leaders spare the F wives of his enemies. me *i
e It-was the the lad p live ake another attempt to settle and the nuaB oferof mcue ," o S n, 2snT '5 ...
Ssetd of thepeake tomemory of 115,aree, 3 Americanscold werhart, differences wtih they, edy his operations was remar e o Night Stand

dri.errr.hnd s.Esart.nhowe1 must realize that the United respondent, has drawn extetabivply s:** nEDDY'S PUN'-
'were close to the heart of all never on records a59,188 mlh e recollections of -T ek (S.
I Y o "i S dway k las-oi ed msal th uands a m ericans on the day. road to ace" Hence, survivors of the HK- to produce :4-Ha V.O.And
w e criel oI Amri- emoi ar th J wrei L- "further that cause and"h res onsi- s ion of a nearly forgotten chapter (bowC)h Boy.
c w swo lost their live in auto' coin wrote 'a page for h'l stor bly w l a rest squarely on thet or, naval history ,a e. .:oe o _00-.Yo Asked vlor It (re-
ad. began: "Four-score and e v en is ead ." m om THE BRASS COMMAN by Clle Iy fore 7:30)
d.of rest and golf at his The Presidept himselfwas not We have watched. atyrantory of a career army officers I:0y Hall
burPa., farm, attededintroduced the crowd but hearmiesmov, first attkinpersonal triumph in defeat, sht 12:00-ature ReviewnO
All cldeit .c,pe o t. .weakernations-aelse at hananCheyenne Ildiands in 1878. 4:30. b Yuroarcatigi Cr-
Jdthen-emboadp-eet Sailingrs ton's great weakness was that )e SA- I.. Air Fore be- '
'',,--Boston e rOn t''n '- wastoo tcr ustfIn asanotta vaanoa.. .oAer"
,', ... K .# .. .I trdumph,eeventuaflyoeat-hw: t th .,, 4 .r -

e yig h pl are also trusted 544 of apt. J. T. Jacksons G0. :- ...
a en for Pot- and-an active field comnd, eve '

auPr.. n... .,u ce, Haiti. though it won himo the respect .f' A.,TE ARRIVA"
tpefriend and foe alike..

A. Ulake; and Mrs. Hugo cleverly coma1( nl.. dramatic nci-
thRobert Hentachel:s 2ra. Agnes ofjus6tl and 7
St eadl, n Welleram J. tGe autson; u g eo. Most of the white men in thel

S. McCullough and two children; book are fictionalA but the princi-iA 'tCEPTING GENERR N
icn who died in.war. -onytAlgonMemoral Ce- ck F. McDonne, and two pal edgia rigors iar eaal ti .'
chrn n eo rejoicing ws themeery near ne cpita d wi th. s hp ean de-,and- .U nIietENE oU RA "AN.

Marion Olanfier; I. a pd Mrs. chief whose quest r ece led his
rnhldi ve.palies e.andother Western leade- swo I eto spare theL tves of his enemies ". Adaa;I M/V "CI
adttheWKoreaolf..wnhordie-teaswar-Id hhutheeu rofcasualtiescaus- r I

S th to moment o J .mh and 21st,.19 eepig gmake another attempt to settenl

whorims.oPOntTS aid .S. ESTOAST PORTS.

t.ow e ataba-prtoh srf CIICAGO Nho)-l REVISION 4hadrREe"IGEAnsvTlND
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R S.ule, toe I -Thursday at the Central Tetre w. Association announced that re- EAST LANSING, Mieh.-(UP) : ... -, .
S ., ', .Adams and George Nader in starring search it sponsored has produced -"Blind as a bat" is not an apt APP
eil. lmed on locao in a, the Uiverail- a new nail for use with dry wall description, according to Donald..
Inteation of th centu construction. The new nail is made W. ayne, Michigan tate ColleO & MC
on the C a tory a 4t seuing novel, up of rings, each of which is soologist and research socialist
he n .l ." bby aJe 'Dnen. ~~~arbed, like a fishhook, Io that it o npsts. He ai bats have keen MASONIC BUILDING A i PNE T
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cluotion point. Nobody Js. sur-
lprised o t nythirng oany m6re.

How WeU He Is Caredf
Millions of blesM throughout ..*N;wM h"ve
grown up Ilhy ad strong wit OGEN
the milk'aost similar to mottr's milk.
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.e a w background of the Peruv an Andes the exitingsrwlm also
Cases. K etertala l cook a little seem to e stars Robert Young, Nicole M-' rey and Ymna Sumac, whose
At Cer Aul very wock in the desert depart, wondrous voice covers five octaves and hits notes so high
qt.8 Ji B R of.i nari ,u n th rn j ture a da that the human ear cannot hear them. Auv..
and Mrs Antonio lsksea Panan 'ap tp desert utt wtha e ki
a. etse r. and Mrs. A*'e a -. Adv, oy Com m itteee N am ed
.. a ", even that of the city of Anton Itfh
is likely to be rather over sweet e.Seayno us ta te

"'ide.' laCf WdeB te ,For r .B ,..t. o.ot.y ,., For ro r ad Bs f
'I Diner's Graduation tore are some sweets that are so
go cokaMr. an Mrs. -Carl Widell and typically Panamanian and so ian-
At 1o .Bobby of Curundu are leaving esuai that you certainly should e ce e
'. rby A.P.A, nto attend the graudua- iave a crack at them. eoertonhe a er na in arresm. and
-mAtion tnof their daughter, Marorie eIn order to have a well round dinary s p oces o education and
S0from r te University of Florida at cNYUCADO OF ANTON ed and comprehensive program experience.
Ginesvle. She is receiving her for candidates to Boys State an
degree Elementary Education. 2 lbs. grated yucca advisory committee consisting oi Members of the advisory staff
The family, Including Carl Jr., 1 grated coconut individuals on the Canal Zu.eIare: Judge Edwara M. Altm~n,
who completes h is Sophomore ma lb. sugar with experience and training i 'Charles McG. Brandi, assi talnt
year there, will return to the Ca- 1 teaspoon anis seeds government functions and slo superintendent Maintenance Di-
nanl dMe about July 1st. l M cup of native panam aan allied interests has been s p- vision; leonard Brockm an as-
cheese (Anton style pointed by the board of direc- slstant personnel rtir- a.. d
Th e r h. Sr nsr 2 tablespoons butter tors of Boys State Inc. -outhrie F. Croe, police cor -
Give A Barbeeuen pinch oi salt manner Benjann ..
fMr. and Mrs. Helmer E. Sioons Mix all the ingredients except American Legion department w illiamer Doan, chief, C. vi
were costs to a few friends for a butter and place in e a d commander Campbell, acting s Defense; S. E. Esser. superinten-
barbeee ton Sunday evening at squirt or rectangular b a in g director of Boys State said that dent of schOols; B. I. Everson.
their residence in Bella Vista. dish (about 8"x11"), then pu with the knowledge and expert- director, Tratsportation and
the butter on top. Place in a 350 ence available through the ad- Terminals BiBreau: Charles A.
degree, oven for about 30 minutes visory commnt.tee, boys attend- Garcia, employee counselor; Rog-
I ISimI2 or until godn brown. Teste rth in Crossroads Boys State will er C. Hackett, dean of C.m. Jun- -
wtodthpiforick uetii l t comes out .clean. gain an experience and educa- lor Collee; Col. H. A. Hastings,
eDB..DeIiin.ILLIds JO( GbtEN", --Cut into 2il .squares and serve tion that would normally take Judge Advocate General. USAR-
t-"he. b- ...., P lacacold. years to assimilate through tr- CARIB; Dist. Atty. Rowland K.
d oven f., --orf- &bout '* commttee boys-h ---- Hazard, Mrs. Francis Longmore,
.tuIe. the Nirim settlement and veal- preCodent. U.S.C.A., Balboa: i
Hazard, M rs. Francis Lon-,-So1
t impr ve W eremonuil hI l as andutach cles arriving to evacuate the Judge E.I.P. Tatelman: Capt.
beM'. .leln. ..1W- A n tIs wounded. W. B. Tucker, commanding of-
be ..Voee Green., aek s"do fog beeele in twounded.fleer. USN8 Rodman; I. B.
Uim51tl A"t toFrlme o af- Ie eA meeting of the United Na- Washburn. Col. VSA, USARCA-
STE Re il m tiona Mxed Armistce Coni RIB: Frank. Wilder, Internal Se-
.w ... ah..... ....... Chr .ll be delt. v ed Ir li ou sion for Israel and was in curity; Rabbi Nathan Witkin.
r bybanudatoh My 1, as wothehe& V1 1At.eBoys State, throughout the
da'un ,J.... E.W oG b 5 rte hl on .Txur d aer St border clash was received. tThe i United States, esome8e s,0 yo-u
*be do tr hEtLT.I sriebo ?*$ leaders each y ear are presented
aeend h twor meear was adjourned until th t o letrn g-
.-- -'4 .. -' .... A'-l moriroI the opportunity to learn Rov-
....ePTwo,- ,ooR Revluili acrdse rcu I ernmient. They are iven reapon-
L geIs.wr o Fo-_.e.up i Church will be held' Th The .i andm-I -, orr cthesellre sponsi btlte by 100 pr m
hec rial cours e son of hir i Midme L etie will ea vene e era in th ono dt clas missienr, agepo inches. Public health

Mis yitrttented i Cathedralo St. L ke, weeks a long Ith e by border tce and welfaremne Plit ialety ad-
Ier.acT. Ma. J aculadd -t andetseoMieonaryDia tr unit. tlti es are subganized with every
,.rI of t e..gthes iy1y-U T eW a. "r. ruiaon .wesatsidthe boy playing an active.role.
And 8 l k i e 0 For J i -. ..a i- e Israeli army a awered 1, 1 rne
Ain tra3n com ned by her Th Athage r beal I_. ..f At-lant s f I t ,hre with -a mortar andtate, count and municipaons

motr asispr,'Miss _I.ares sized at 7 p.m._at the St. Andrew's ophalas Narde Asdlaioh d d tour tb wounded patThroughout the entire pro-st
wll-v e' this week on a tour of Episcop muale Chrch in -Coc As The. Ithaiat n siewa. ed eS w e elections are held on the legal
da... ....t,,Jr. .Ganboa take greatbehdoCity and county governments
Europe. ecee er n idaplo- b 4t ue a been or l. r o mte l ooliOr a e form ed r ndyoperatoed and a
ma at comecem exercises marriage of bTher daugitesacr. cJim fired across the border It stateverp in g overnme te.with

.eat T e e dis y m viaed tqo attend the ded tlne *ed1 tat 7 p. el.. E. gs, kb tashs elective and appoin d ve. /
Ed .-Ato1lts for A. Clee --l-. a- o "ttaperito- Sad ibbs ,m -elterritorywheany sre
crk 1wbe "eld by a F Koblh, Offl ro 's. b a al,,l s J. kibbutz l .. collctive.. f dme
holat sight at Gulf Park Colu Rowley to I. Davis Stevenson The Rt. Rle .It r Mden, territory chief n elgislae and. udf- I

from 3:00 a.m. untl 5:00 p.Ia. to- The Fortf Kobbe Officers' Wives o Th.D., Star Circle will hold its andmahieseli etlne l nt a toug
morrow at Clubng Heach dquMis.artwhers. of Fort Clu ob were delihtf entertained reuar business meeting at the eseue nits, also all boards, cm-

after their luncheon st week by Scottish ite Temple Balboa .'
sheAn install rialon of office u rs the son Beaudry, illustrator o Wednesday June 1st, at, 12:30 edovertothe ec i ll ornssins,agenes, public health

lodby a general assembly and, "The Pelican Tree" and Pat Mar Preeding the meeting wil l be ahe 'settlement lmn an welfare, public safety and
ternac ie Maria.amuaculada! piscopn, .. ond the Misonary,.Di.s un. other subdivisions of govern-
iun anawl be held at thied by enI a co-author of thie b olok. t luck Of the rIsaelalien s ment,h emerges t and funct ons.
union Club .on Thursday. or nares, Touching on many of the bright implayed aftNr the meeting. '" I entire pro-

ervations ca the Club office Pa- s pots of Panam. a the St. Andrew'lating equipped with watch towers, t
nama 20518 or Balboa 3465. Afte personal experiences was of spe- bodra wre and duutor the boys these
Wednesday reservation can be cial interest to the new arrival stohlat Cangal ebek Ci e wo i len form every operation and fill

m -mv..i.. .o ib rtr metin Frlday Jwne 3rd. at the wereian, .t.o s start CHICK N UMB SOUP
Italy' National eliday ing with the book title having 7le30 p nearb army camp earlcve and appointive

To mark the anniversary of the- shell-surrounded trees of dri-t- *coe --- marnsid b. g p d tag -fie dir pay pOsition i o e
found o the Republic o Italy wood upon whi c t..attnd erc-thed nnuwed-tiel of June" At p. Cl. at he wd the .gypaaid .

31e1a a the talian m ble as t fm pa e broad t kibb utz Sin Hashclhude a *
.Corp and members f th Gov- Wright, Mrs. J. H .. L lBarrie and morrow eenn at o andkibbutlock thim An Israeli, -
eontl g.y4r .wn b ha.ld, by 11 t_. tibLoe Otfficr's.Club -. .." kibbutzz Is Ma- collective farm.
not-he. Wo V!Ub Hear Of;. PPeUli e" An al l-Ci rcle "Men, women and children I

ferment of Panama and tht he C Mrs. R. E. Rose. Mrs L. Wood Pacific Service Center.hese settlnents lad a
l Zro :00ne.m. until 500 pn. toi The Forrecepton Kobbe Ofices' Wives The-All Star Circldwill hold its communal life without pe tg ,. ,
morrow at r lu eanquaters. Club were delightfully entertained relar business meeting at theo i Al f
bassy residence 59 Avenu after thMrs. eir luncheon last week by Scmaottish Riten Temple 8m Balboa profit. All farm revenue turn-
can instaarrion of officers 11 t o artist Jean Beaudry, illustrator of Wednesday une 1st, at, 12:30 ed over to the collective fund for
lod by a general assembly and "The Pelican Tree" and Pat Mar-s. Pre. Tomoedin the meeting will be a the settlement's common good.
luneon wl be held at the U-mbassador Jafesk, a o-author of the book. 1potncluk dinner. And ames will The Israeli settlements facing

willon welcomelubon Thursay. or res-Touching on many of the brigraf. Mrhtbe played after the meeting. the Eyptian aa strip are
ervatioans call the Club office Pa-sponyots of Panamadell; guest o relating o vitalequippe with ortanc watch towers, '
nams 2-0518 or Balboa 3465. Afte, personal experiences was of spa- barbed wire and dugouts for l-

Wednesday reservation can becialinterest YOU-yur ivAION Is excitingly different yoll know this with your

Children wt a ho drink, h M ICATD wsyt very et spoonful The secret i an old and treaAhuredE
ade at the Union Club, Panama at Fort Kobbe and a nice intro- The Isthmian C Rebeka n teni n or attack. ric uoftender
Cosaid Egyptian outposts started CHICKEN OUMB@ SOUP -"
egy Ieserve Breen okra all R atare he n in ahlha and ainled in olden-rich chke.
SReceptions To Celebrate Tables were especially n keep-Wiad eor on Baboa Road at A nearby army camp early this
Ily' Naial Holiday in g with the book title, having7:0 Chicp.m.ken Gumbo on

T e ll1 CUp l ^ird rater si.Absorheaoid th yp tim o o anmp, s
foundig o.f the Republic of.Italy, wood upon which perched innu- Retied Woe Aissn. he said, the Egyptians
r. ardo Most, the tali merable Pelicans cut from paper. The Canal Zone Retired Work- loaded their fire to include to me
Ambassador to Panama will red The committee in charge was ern Asn. will hold a mag meet -_s I
ceive members of the Diplomatic Mr. M. J. McSweeny, Mrs. J. C. ing to enroll new nlbers to-,,l .
Corps and members bf the Gov-J Wright, Mrs. J. H. LaBarrie, and morrow evenfng at o'lock the *,, '
ernments of Panama and thet he C Mrs. R. E. Rose. Mrs L. Wo oad Pacific Service Center. "N U
nil Zone. The reception will take was introduced as a new mere- iNow
WThursday, June 2nd at the! bar, and guest attending were The association's of tiqe will SflKtB~fp< A
eemay Wresidence 59 Avenue Ni- Mrs. R. E. LaBrade,'jgest of Mrs. remain open from 8 a'eP. ir3THU 1: u- ,
canor de Obarrio'fron 11Uto 1 p.m. J. F. Gerrity, Mrs. S. Anders oi,
go the -same day between 6:301'Mrs. W. L. Brubaker, Mrs. R. F.0 Tomorrow night's meeting will
aud 8:30 p.m. the Ambassador Jafes, Mrs. R.J._ BlEaisdell. include the second reading of
will welcome members of the Ita- guests of Mrs. J. M. Jerraf. Mrp. the constitution and other busl-
han colony of Panama. iL. M. Glodele; guest of Mrs. B. V. new of vital importance.


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A.jor Leagues Let Loose

. Surprising ChicagoCub Rookie

&pake Day's Biggest Blaster

I NEW YORK, May 31 (UP) Major league
asebaH fired a 31-homer salute in honor of Memo-
.'al Day and when the smoke settled today, rookie
; Bob Speake of the surprising Chicago Cubs turned
o out to be the holiday's bligg e blaster.

SSpeake, a mere .264 hitter In
Cohe class A Western League last
season, sparked two rallies that
carried d the Cubs to a 9-5, 10-in-
ning victory In the opener a-
,anst the St. Louis Cardinals
f,,ti5 then settled the 1-inning
ightcap with a homer that pro-
duend a 4-3 triumph.
,,.And thus the "Windy City
Wonders" passed the Memorial
Day milestone as the only.Na-
Stional League team offering the
runaway Brooklyn Dodgers a se-
Srous fight.
The Dodgers also swept a
twin bill, 8-4 and 8-3, ever
last-place Pittsburgh, and did
:the' day's greatest mass can-
,,tnonading with five homers.
SBut, thanks to Speake's he-
roles, the Brooklyn blasters
were unable to improve on
their league lead of six games.
t- ,Speake's two homers gave him
S-,total of 10 and his five runs-
batted-in a total of 32. And the
2~-year-old southpaw swinger
afrom Springfield, Mo., has com-
"piled a .304 batting mark that is
a far cry from his Western
League average.
The Cubs were knotted at 3-3
.in the ninth inning of the open-
his first homer of the day with
*one man on for a 5 3 lead. St.
Louis forced the game into ex-
tra innings as Ken Boyer hit a
te orun homer, but In the 10th
*peake's two-run single climax-
- a four-run rally that really
clinched it for Chicago. The
jh~tcap was tied at 3-3 when
*eake put the blast on an 11-
inning pitch by reliever Bob
"tred (The Thumper) Williams
thied the holiday slugging with
first homer of the year in
Boston Red Sox' opening
e, 8-8 loss to Baltimore, be-
Ere the Sox took the nightcap'
8$1. It was the 367th homer of
4Bd's big-league career and
*srved as a warning to all pitch-
ers that the game a's last .4001
hitter is whacking the ball a-
S.oy campanellt and lort
Don Newcombe /aeh sfiadh
two homers in, 9e1 .4dge1td *

Sumphs, Newcombe's pair helping
Shim to the nightcap victory that
gave him the best pitching rec-
ord in the, majors-eight wins
and no losses. Russ Meyer was
the opening winner, with relief
I from Ed Roebuck,
Willie Mays' two-run, eighth-
inning homer gave New
York Giants an openlingame,
6-4 victory over PhIla ehia,.
smashing the PhIllies' lvn-
game winning streak. But. .efty
Jack Meyer dropped the Otants
10 games behind Brooklyn by
"saving" a 3-1 victory for, Bob
Kuzava in the nightcap. It was
the third time Meyer relieved
and stopped the Giants within
seven days.
The Milwaukee Braves swept
a twin bill from Cetiamaatl,
7-8, and 8-4 with substitute
first baseman George Crowe
the big mlan. Crow angled
home the winning run ia the
penlar game,.his third hit of
that. fray, a. d then walped
a three-run homer and scored
two runs in the second game.
In the American League, the
New York Yankees maintained
their three-game lead oVer
Cleveland by rallying to win the
second game of a doubleheader
from Washington, 5-3, after' lou-
ing the opener, 3-2. Cleveland
beat. Chicago, 9-1, in their open-
er, and the White Sox took the
second, 5-0, behind Billy Pierce.
Kansas City took two games
from Detroit, 8-6, and 5-4.
Irv Noren's pinch-hit single
with the bases loaded in the sev,
enth inning scored two runs to
break a 3-3 tie and give the
Yankees their victory. In the
opener, pinch-hitter Mickey Mc-
*Dermott of Washington also sin-
gled with the bases loaded, this
time in the 10th inning, to give
Bob Porterfield a pitching vic-
tory over Bob Turley.
Pierce, who beat Cleveland on
three hits a week ago, allowed:
the Indians just seven this time
and the only Tribe runner to
reach third base got there on an
error. Pierce helped himself th
three gsilees Bob Lem' of
Cleveland pithed a jix-hit n
ti. er s rst co
gaple se Ar l 30. t'

Navy Ready ForRough Sailing;

Atlantic Basketball League

Opens Tomorrow At Margarita

Naval Station vs. Gibraltar
Universal Sports vs. PoweUls
The 4-team battle for the 1955
ntic Basketball L league
plonship gets underway at
Margarita, gym tomorrow.
a ght 7. Starting things off In
e urtain raiser will be the
Bmn that has thrice captured
he Atlantic Cage crown in as
any years of their participa-
oin the league. But all Will
ot be clear galling for NAval
Station this year as they preo-
re to batten down all hatches
for a rough ride in quest of

placement has been announced.
FOr the past three years Na-
val Station has always had one
or two of their players in the
top-scoring brackets. There has
always been a Stolzer, Hellerud,
Davison; Rupert, annon and
such. They hope to be able to
find another such standard
bearer for this season, but so far
none seerp to be forthcoming,
though Aleguas and Hall do
sogm to have the potential to
fll the bAil. And it won't help
matters much either that the
defending champs face their
stiffest competitors, Gibraltar
Life, in the opener tomorrow

. rown No. 4.
In the nightcap, scheduled to
The Tars have submitted a start fifteen minutes after the
that consists of no more first game is over, Powells will
ten players, five under the meet Universal Sports. The Unis-
Slimit. An example of port five rates high among the
their present team shapes favorites to cop the 1955 cham-
when compared with last pionship, while Powells are list-
championship quintet is ed as dark-horse with the pos-
Jerry Hall, a 6-0 second- tIble power and speed to topple
from 1954, looms as the many a high-flying champion-
nt man in the 1955 club. ship aspirant. Don't tell any of
will be expecting much heip the Powells five that they are
other six-footers like Do- not considered top contenders.
and Freddy Aleguas. They won't believe you. And
S will recall the excellent with that kind of confidence,
SOf Noble when he played they too could easily wind up
..-45 during the past sea- among the leaders.
With VY's droppl from Bewteen-Games Ceremonies
le e this year, Nole was An excellent exhibition of
l Naval Stal mnastics will be ven be-
toe their wan ween the first and second
Sne-up. games tomorrow night. Directed
Naval Station dropped the by C.H.S. coach, Paul Moser, the
MCA league championship this Cristobal Junior High school
and It won't help matters gymnastic team will o through
dih that Bill Skaggs will not many of their intricate exercises
Sailing the are from the for he benefit of te opening
when the tic League night crowd. It's all scheduled
tomorrow night. Skaggs for the Margarita gym tomor-
been transferred to the row (Wednesday) night. Game
te ates ad as yet no re- time for the first game, 7 p.m.

Stm' Sit md wait
W 'lj I J Luk" .



Golf Movie.

At Gamboa "


hi connection with Na
Golf Day on June 4, the G(&I- .
boa club will show two of.ft. A
latet olf movies "Afo- --
the Farways" at 7:"0 p.m. to-
morrow. '
Pan American World Air-
ways will show one of t.bfr |
travel fIlm also.
Members of all Isthmlas |
clubs are Invited to view Ithoe *
movies, especially tA mem-
berg of Sunlimit Hills Club.

Late-Inning Rallies

Sweep Richmond

Into IL 51h Place

NEW YORK. May 31-(UPI-
Late-inning rallies that paid off
in a holiday doubleheader sweep
moved the Richmond Virginians
into fifth place in the Interna-
tional League today, a half-
game ahead of the Columbus.
Richmond, trailing 5-1, came
back with three runs in the
eighth and two'in the ninth to,
beat the Havana Sugar Kings,
6-5, in the first game of yester-
ady's twin bill at Richmond.
Trailing 2-1 in the nightcap, the
Virginians tied the game with a
run in the seventh and won the
!ame with two runs in the 8th,

Big Bill Volselle, former 01-
ants and Braves star, won the
opening game in relief and BOb-
by Habenicht, whose seventh In-
ning homer tied the score in the
nightcap, was the winner "in
that one.


PAA TOURNY WINfNER Left to right, Jot B aker, president of the Gambda Golf and Country
Club, Jim Riley, winner of the first flight, ihown receiving luggage given as prizes by PAn
American Word Airways in the 5th annual Ga mboa Invitational Tournament, and Elton D.
Todd, director of Pan American in Panama. 1 nalt of tournament were held Sunday. ,

Robert Torres Top Qualifier

In Al Reynolds Tournament

Jim Riley Wins P.A.A.

T-'- _A i'b l G lf C14. A

The Syracuse Chiefs also scor- I VJL- V It I UJLtl
ed a sweep, 4-2 in seven innings
and 4-1, over Columbus. The a
other doubleheaders were split,
Montreal beating Rochester, 5-4. Big-Jim Riley did it again at
in 10 innings before losing 8-3, Gamboa Sunday when he de-
and Toronto beating Buffalo, 7- feated Doc Mitten on the very
4, before losing, 1-0, in seven in- last hole of their 18 hole match
nings. to emerge as the 5th Pan Amer-
Jim Owens of Syracuse held lean World Airways Champ.
Columbus to six ilts in their And what a match!
opener, while the Chiefs made Riley and Mitten both were as
only four, including a two-run nervous as June brides on the
homer. by Ed Mierkowicz. Colum- first tee, but both had beautiful
bus collected only. seven hits in drives. Mitten not quite as far
the nightcap, but Syracuse had as Riley, then Mitten shanked
to use three pitchers. his second hot into the rough
Rocky Nelson's -10th inning and it toolfh in 2 to get Out. Ri-
homer gave Montreal its open- ley went for the pin but was
n gganm victory, but homers by long and the ball Went over the
John Brandt and stan Jok led green. He won the hole with a
the Wings to victory in the sec- bogey 5.
ond game. Johnny Hetki pitched Riley hit the green with hMs
a five-hitter for Toronto in its tee shot on 2 and Mitten was
first game, but Schultz pitched short and in the sand trap, he
a -our-hit shutout for Buffalo came out with a beautiful shot
I nthe short second game. I within three feet of the pin and

Vukovich's Death Mars

Indianapolis 500 Race

By ED SAINSBURY I man contest. Jack McGrath
United Press Sports WriterI Inglewood, Calif., who set

(UP) Bob Sweikert, a balding
29-year-old, chauffered his sal-
mon pink car to victory yester-
day as the tragic death of two-
tooe winner Bill Vukovich
marred the annual 500-mile
speedway race..
Vukovich was killed when his
flylig speedster smashed into
the wreckage of four other cars
on the back stretch, soared over
the outside wall, and turned
over in flames after colliding
with a car, a truck and a jeep.
The wreck caused the field
to run under the yellow light
at low speed for t27 minutes
and 18 seconds.
Hence Sweikert's speed of
128.300 miles per hour was the
slowest since 1949 when Bill Hol-
lind triumphed at 121.327.
Sweikert, a native of Califor-
nia but now living in Indiana-
polis, got no mention as a po-
tential winner in proe-race spec-
ulation. He never had finished
the race in three previous tries
and he was driving a new car,
usually susceptible to break-
But he kept a constant race,
never far behind, and when the
big names found trouble, he was
He first went in front after 89
laps and held the lead until, he
made a pit stop after 132 laps.
Then he regained first place
after 180 laps and never was
Tony Bettenhauser, Chicago,
took second place, more than a
lap behind Swelkert. Third place
went to Jimmy Davies, Pacolma,
Calif., and fourth to Johnny
T~msnt Springfield, Mass.
No other carn finished as the
field was flagged.

The rae yesterday, run In the
coldest weather ever with wind
gusts of 2u mles per hour,
reached a record speed at only
Me .stage, when Vukovich top-
S130 mimes mer hour just be-
Bohe Iw kulleML
In the eary ataes the leaders
a ast two m an hour
awi tar at year and after
bthe peed ver
.jH o. 1..2 aor
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qualifying records for one and
four laps, set the pace for the
first three laps. Then Vuko-
vich took over through the
McGrath led for one lap be-
fore Vukovich came bac k
through the 25th.
McGrath led again for one
lap before yielding to Vukovich,
who stayed in front until he
died. McGrath, meanwhile, went
out due to ignition trouble.
The only other leaders during
the day were Jimmy Bryan,
Phoenix, Ariz., forced out with
fuel pump trouble after 90 laps:
Art Cross,' La Porte, Ind., out
after 169 laps with a bad con-
necting rod, and Don Freeland,
Los Angeles, who went out after
178 laps.
Sweikert qualified for the race
at an average speed of 139.996
miles per hour, 11th slowest in
the 33-car field. It was his
fourth start in the event and
the first time he finished. Last
year he was flagged after 197
laps in 14th place while in his
previous ventures he lasted 77
and 151 laps.
Though tire were two other
accidents in addition to the five-
car smashup, only one other
driver was injured seriously. Cal
Niday was hospitalized with
burns and head injuries after
his car hit the wall on the
northwest turn. Other drivers
involved in accidents were
Rodger Ward, Johnny Boyd, Ed
Elisian Freddie Agabashian and
AI Keller.

%ffUU IUrU W
then missed the putt. Riley was
2 up.
Jim missed an easy chip shot
to the gree non 3 and that cost
him the hole. 4 was even.
Both were long off the tee on
5, but in the rough to the right
of the fairway,'Neither one got
over 50 yards on their second
shot. Mitten elected to gamble
and went ftor the green with a
wood but missed his shot and
ended in -the tall rough. Ri-.
ley played smart and took tw4o
Irons to the green for a bogey
and the hole. He was 2 up again:
Mitten took 6 with a par and
Riley sunk a long putt on 7 for
a bird. Mitten took 8 with a par
and 9 was halved. On 10 Mitten
shanked his tee shot again into
the rough and lost the hole. Mit-
ten won 11 and 12 and 13 were

- halJvad.

Riley won 14. Mitten won 15
with a marvelous recovery from
the back of the-green for ag im-
mic par to make Riley f up.
Both boys were nervous and the
pressure was on. Holes were run-
ning out. It was now or never
for Mitten. Herb teed off first
and in. going for distance pulled
hi' shot out of bounds into the
Chagres River.

Riley again playing percent-
age changed his wood for an
Iron with victory so close, but
the tension was still there and
he mmised his tee shot with the
iro nand ended up in the rough
to the right of the fairway. Mt-
ten's second tee shot was 300
yards down the middle.
Riley used 4 Wood for his sec-
ond shot out, of the roumb and
got about 100 yards. ley was
short on his third and it looked
like Mitten might tie the hole,
but when he missed a short putt,
Riley took the hole.
Mitten still in there and ever
dangerous won the 17th wtlen
Riley missed two short hbip
shots in succession.
Mitten was 1 down and 1 to
go and when Riley pushed his
rive to the right of the fair-
way in .he rough It looked like
the match would be all tied up.
But Riley sunk anothaf long
putt for a half and the match.
In the first flight young San-
y Hinkle trounced Sarg. Dal
Dean and Bob Pearson beat Bill
Duffus. Te Whaley clobbered
Ser. Shaw and ly Coffey
beat all.
Commander Dusty Rhode?
took Jim Burns. Young teranj
beat Roberts. Sarg. Smith took
Col. Mexlae into mp.
-t-B eTodd, ably a ed by
Roagr Jarman, presented the
VMes for Pan American World'
Airways and all consumed fresh
New .Orleas oysters.

The race was ran before a
crowd estimated at 150,000 to
17N5,000 persos.
The spectacular pileup occur-
red far away .ad out of sight of
the vast thrn watching the
race from the bet seats in the
grandstands and 'bpxes near the
starting line.
Vukovteh was the second
dway winner to die ina
00 crash.. The accident whlVh
took his life was the worst sines
1980 when Ploytd Roberts, the
198 victor, was killed in a three-
car eataton a the southea"
arm.u yards soth of
fe ala eu Vukmienh

Roberto Torres went around
the Panama golf course in 74
strokes over the weekend to lead
the qualifiers in the Al Reynolds
tournament, sponsored by the
makers of House of 'Lords and
King's Ransom Scotch Whiskey.
Torres', 74 less a handicap of
seven gave him a net 67, one
stroke better than Rey Valdes in
the first flight.
Bob Boyd and Muno Aroseme-
na tied for low net medalist
honors in the second flight with
net scores of 70. Boyd shot an
80 less 10 handicap while Arose-
mena tallied an 81 less 11 han-
Low gross score in the first
flight was Valdes' two under par
70. Boyd took low gross honors
in the second flight with his 80.
Mie; Moreno-of the sponsor-
ing company put the prizes on
]display i f the clubhouse and the
tourna nt sponsors are to be
congratulated for their choice
of valuable, useful and beautiful
The first round must be com-
pleted by next Sunday evening.
The drawing:
First Flight

Torres vs. Dehlinger, Glicken-
haus vs. Medinger. Pico Diaz vs.
Schmitt. Ernesto de la Guardia
Jr. vs. Dilfer. Lul Arango vs. Ma-
vor. Pete Arango vs. Baumgard-
ner. Che Paredes vs. Moran. Ger-
hardt vs. Lilo Vallarino.
Rey Valdes vs. George Novey.
Ernesto de la Guardia III vs.
MacVittie. Jaime de la Guardia
vs. President Arias. Dalton vs.
Chandeck. Milligan vs. Moreno.
Martin vs. Saarinen. Oerrans
vs. Erasmo de la Guardia. Ga-
lindo vs. Matheney.
Second Flight
Mdno Arosemena vs. Putatu-
ro. Purdy vs. Pepe Oller, Cesar
Campagnani vs. Moses. Pio A-
rango vs. Julio Valdes. Boyd vs.
Bill Arango vs. A. de Mena.
Calhoun vs. Dr. Tapia. Woodruff
vS. DuBols. Baby Arango vs. Max
Heurtematte. Brennan vs. Doel.
Coffey vs. Harrington. Abad vs.
Dr. Boyd.

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(Fis Game)
Philadelphia 100 011020-5 10 0
New York 030010 02x-4 8 1
Dickson, Simmons (1-2) and
Gomse, Grissom (2-0), McCall
and Westrum.
(Second Gamre)
Philadelphia 000 120 000-3 4 0
New York 000 000 010-1 7 0
Kuzava (2-1), Meyer and Lo-
Liddle (1-2), Glel; Wilhelm
and Katt.
(First Game)"
Pittsburgh 000000220-4 9 2
BroOklyn 040 103 Ox-8 10 1
Purkey (2-4), Pepper, Wade,
Law and Shepard, Peterson. -
Meyer (3-1), Roebuck and
(Second Game)
Pittsburgh 200000010-3 12 4
BRooklyn 001211 21x-8 12 1
Kline (2-7), Face and Shepard.
NewcoAbe (8-0) and Campa-
First Game)
Chicago.. 0001200024-915 1
SB. Louis 0191010020-5 11 0
Minner (4-2), Pollet and Chi-
G. Jones, Lawrence (2-4), La-
Palme, Schultz and Sarni.
(Second Game)
Chicago '100000,200 01-4 8 2
St. Louis 200000 00100-4 .9 2
Davis, Pollet (2-0) and Chitt.
L. Jackson, Smith, Tiefenauer
(1-3) and Rice.
(First Game)
Milwaukee 300012 010-,7 17 1
Cincinnati 110002 200-6 12 3
Span, Buhl, Nichols (4-3),
Jolly, Vargas and Crandall.
Fowler, -RIdr, Sthey, Fres
man (1-1), Klippstein andB-
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 400 020 002-8 12 0
Cincinnati 013 -00 00-4 10 1
Jay, Robinson (2-0) and Cran-

Podblelan (1-1), Minarcin,
Freeman and Landrith.

Remon Memorial

Baskeibal Game

Tomorrow At Gym

Baltimore 11tI! 11 0

Boston 300001 0 1
Byrd, Moore (2-5) ad mLth.
and White. (-2)
(Second Game)
Baltimore ..00,000.Q01wl 4 1
Boston 130100 -1-8ll 1
McDonald (2-1),. John.son.
Kretlow and Moss.
Delock (5-3) and Daeiy.
(First Game)
Cleveland 280 OWI 10-44 0
Chicago 000010000-1 6 2
Lemon (7-4), _40an- pgaNa-
ragon. .
Harshman (4-8), Mrtin, ICee-
gan, Dorish, Cha it and
Courtney '.
(Second Game) -
Cleveland 000 000 00-10 7 0
Chicago 001001 1ix-68 i 1
Garcia (3-4), Wijh%, Hutte-
man and Hega"n. .
Pipr!ce(4-2) and 1411a. j
(First Game)
Kansas COy 241 0000tj- 13 0
Detroit 302010 000-6 10 3
Ditmar (2-11, Sar, and W.
Shantz. .
Lary (4-5), Aber, Garver and
(Second Game)
K. City 200 01010001--5 13 2
Detroit 00 0210109 0-4 9 3
Raschl, Sleater, O rman, sain,
Ceccareli (1-2) and sAtroth. -
Maas, Christante, Fletcher,
Zuverink (042) and it Wilson.
(First Game)
New York 000 0 0011-2 5 0
Wash. 000 000 010 2--3 8 1
Turley (8-2), Morgan and Ber-
Porterfield (6-5) 'id ")ldis,
Edwards. .
(Second Game)
New York 10101 200-5 12 1
Wash. 000300000-3 4 1
Byrne (2-0) and Berra.
Schmltz, Pascual 1(1-2), Me-
Dermott and Edwards.

TheNit Parade

(Based on 100 official at bats)

Tomorrow Jn the National Player and club g b r h Pet.
Gymnasium of Panama City, at Ashburn, Phila. 32 I12 25 49 .383
eight p.m.. an interprovincial Mueller, N.Y.' 41 20 862 .363
basketball game featuring the Virdon, St. L. 33 1 22 43 .336
National 'Institute of Panama C'nella, Bkln.- 42 159 9 53 .333
and the Guaracheros of Colon Klus'ski, cn. 40 159 26 53 .333
will meet for the first time in
conmemmoration of the birth- AMERICAN LEAGUE
day anniversary of the late Gen- Kuenn, Detroit 38 153 25 58 .379
eral Jose Antonio Remon. Kaline, Detroit 42 1i4 32 861 .367
Power K. City 34 137 28 48 .350
Two trophies will be awarded Mantle, N.Y. 43 149 43 49 .329
to the winning team and the. versa, Balti 33 102 14 33 .324

captain respectively by Presi-
dent Ricardo Arias Espinosa,
and Governor Jose Maria Gon-
zalez of Colon.
Fans. from the Pacific, Atlan-
tic side and the interior of the
Republic are expected to attend
this event.
The nubc is -invited. Admis-
sion will be free.

4 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: The batter lifts a
high foul ball slightly to the right
of the plate. The-cather stmbl es
into the player in the "on deck"
circle, misses the ball as. a result.
Is this interfetepe?-Bob Rakin.
Aawer: Yes. The "eat deck'
dfcle ip the same ws e coach-
t b9xes. Amn ted & either
q -M".at vaatIt IF a itaa80=
ltg e a this.
Q. ren did the Giants take
flist ae last season-and were
"th ode ever ht the lead?-
CW arle S-imasu
'A. 1 Glate wert ho a first

Kluszewaki, Redlegs .... 13
Maya, Giants ......... 12
Campanella Dodgers .. .12
Snider, Dodgers ........ 12
Zernial, .Atheti .,....-12
Campanella, Dodgers .... 44
Snider, Dodger .s ....... 42
Berra, Yankees ......... 35
Mantle, -Yankees ........ 35
Jensen, Red Box ........ 35
Klusewski, Redlegs .... 35
Mantle, Yankees ....... 43
Bauer, Yankees ........ 40
Smith, Indians ......... 38
Snider, Dodgers ........ 37
Aaron, Braves ......... 35
Gilliam, Dodgers ........ 35
Mueller, Giants ......... 62
Kaline, Tigers ..... ... 61
Kuenn,.Tlgers ......... 58
Aaron, Braves ......... 58
Dark, Giants .......... 54

(Based on 4 deeelons)
Newcombe, Dodg. ., 1 0 1.000
Jefcoat, Cubs ...... 0 1.000
Arroyo, Cardinals', 5 0 L000
Conley, Braves ... 7 1 .875
Ford, anke ....6I 1 .857

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CH, BGT RF Ralf of the Pittsburgh Piratee' W06Wiam end h'
formed by the Preose brothers. Gene, left, follows Geore B .- ,
the batting order. solved the Writg
I aIiwith moves mad6 a
- ,**by sw ad Solu ,.ake

by i
,from v4.-o via Ind i anM ,
V tl? IK7II l T TA G Iwithlr hit nor fieltdo wll e-
JOE WILLIAMS Jim Bolger, obtained from
J E WM Cianat via Tulsa, was good
*-*-- ----., field, no .hit.
BAs RANCISCO. The blaore one of halbtk Ronnie lfroyd e riedmaegs purchased
KEhxhas been offlelally disposed of by means of whitewash sub- from the edikgs was alight,
merlons, and the eustodians o football morals in the Pacifi but whe e man againstled ans
Coast Conference will be very much obliged itf nothing further pitheMD', Manager ainstack had his
said of the matter. Key man. No longer could the
And from all accounts, the same to true of the L. A. branches take the extra base.
of the University of California, to whch the young man'tns. he Saer went that way inserted
feared from the Northern branch last summer, aeid cirelnm. -r-.-te- to fied and the young
stances which were ambiguous, I nothing els. mleft Mseouri started to bati
Red Sanders, coach of the L. A. branch, swears you-could in"runs.
have knocked him over with a 300-pound tackle, when Ronne, The CubL as. a unit are batting
in the company of his old man, walked. into hi office unan- no mrethall further us
noubcad one day and proffered his services. ting that all amesngare wonth
Wly had Ronnie left the mother school where he had attack like that pleases Hac k,
nsuakled as a freshman and was regarded a a ;an't-pl s back- who visions what may 'happen
field star, despite thefact that he would d himself playing when the outfit starts swatting he
behnin the ruins' Paul Larson. the nton's leading eoU glate ball

Ial left aind rhui tne
a consecutive- gamblttg itteak to
d .J50.

Along The

The winners in Thursdaly
sweepstakes at the Panama Gol
Club read like a list of the rank-
ing officials of the Republic of Pa-
President Ricardo M. Arias E.
fired an even par round of 72 with
a two handicap for a net 70. But
his score was second best.
Presidential candidate Ernesto
de Guardia Jr. was low scorer for
the day and won the golf balls.
Don Ernesto had i' gross 75. He
plays to a six handicap fora net
69. The 75 carded by Ernesto was
really quite a round of golf. He
I'M a d jq r A2 t first

paverT? Cubs have had Pitching po. nine holes, but then blazed around
Ronnie'sP ter spoke p: tential for several years. I re th back nine in 33 strokes-thre
o d n' keep their p romi s down mained for Hack to bring it out under par. On the final nine holes
'ohey didn't keep their promises down the. g i Sam Jones pitched a no hitter. he had a total of four birdies, but
One of then promels, it appeal, was toget the boy a good- IGeorge Crowe's home run with a bogey on the rough par ,fou
paying job en a Berkeley newspaper. Theu. t aspires to be. one out in the ninth cost Warren 14th hole cut hi score to there
sports writer, whieh would explain a great deal, except for the Hacker one against the Braves. under for the ine.
com.rpicuous role his pop plays n his activities. Bob Rush had a one-hitter against Col. ,B.Ivar Valla 0ino, Co m
Like any devoted head of the house whose son has athletic the Cardinals until Rip .pusk. i der of the Panama N ai on a
Like any devoted head of the_ house whoa .on.hac t a tlep ,manufactured a four master in Guardwas third. He had a 71
skill-s Of popuerclal pos;billlties, Ronnie's dad (actually hi step- [the ninth less etha hdiesa for a 7~. Lou
drdti r eogzed he had both a parental and practical respon- the ninth. ow Pllet Chand had 81 i ep ne hand!
si.ility to see that the boy's future w as agaciously launched. shut out ithe d Birds as the P ur. a n 72 and the Col e
After all it wouldn't be to on before the 49ers, the Giants or shut out the Red B ames the cap for a Galdo mathe
th.e sears would be around, those large, care notes forCbd pts e astds runeer i Edd ie C .oebl. l Galindo ,at
an All-Amenrica ball carrie or ., .- .. ..... Staniy, -the latter proving that 76o wth a.four handicap.
S clubsdonotsell suds and URDA WEEPTA
wmuining 0oes peddle g u m. Hl A!DAY' SWEPOTAIES
SIG SN BOWL TOURJeffeoat, reformed outfielder. ran .s o e
HIG SCHOOL TO iopry skein as a relief Baby ango, onoftheChie
S. worker and saved others. Jim Da- of the Pnama Fire Department,
The old man left no stone unturned and very few h_ vi s his able companion in the Lul Arang wodn the sweepstakes
schools In California untried. rt stop was Beveri HillI Rg bull pen. Earned-run averages are Saturday aernoon. Mango rp ard
but popsy didn't like the way the coach was coascng there, so outstanding. ed a sharp 81 which gave him
th4b= 44Ws moved on to In ltwod High. Same thing happy ed The surprising Cubs threaten to net of 4 when his 17 handicap is
ther ld after a year the appeared at Bancta _M'nles make smiling Stan Hack the man- subtracted.
where he established himse a& what our Joe ing l a ager-of-the-year. Bob Novey had an 82-13-0 for
obeenom. second place honors, but he was
eenom. tied by A. Jimenez and Tim Wood
Now came the problem of selection the right college for the BAGGAGE BINGE rutd by ff. Jimene Bad 87-18Tim9 Wood
boy. Normally, this Is no great pwaU but. When you have a Woodruff 8.9-0 a0.
bay who is broken out all over with large, awesome sinews, and Pinehurst N.C.-(NEA)-When Other Saturday winners were
dons of colleges are bidding for him well, dy Harvey Knox, Betsy Rawls is on a professional Julio Valdes 83-1-70, President A-
Ronnle's uiUng hando would krnow ts wha It mans a- the i golf tour, she carries 20 sweaters rias 7-2.71, Ernesto de Ia Guardia
oofCt between doing what's right for the bankroll, and all that and skirts, 10 pairs of golf shoes, II. 77 -6 George Novey 804-72
sort of thing. nlus doll-up togs, record players, and Dick behlinger 77-5-72.
They say one of popsy's earlier stop on his collegate rounds records, two radios and an iron NOTEL
wam Stanford, aqd that while coach Chuck Taylor was waxing
sranatle ever the majestle beauty of the campus and the exel- DOUBLE DUTY For the first time in weeks, Lou
lnot a "the caeulumm, his mailer Impatiently Interrupted: I Simpson was not among the win-
<. er mind theguf. I'm not naive. Just tell me what's East Lansing, Mich. -(NEA)- ners of the Sweepstakes tourna-
the dal." Julius McCoy as Michigan State's ment. But the roUgh handling the
Taylor must have misconstrmed pepsy's thoughts, for he is top sprinter and basketball player. 'handicapper has dhed out to Lou
said ts have brupquely ended the Interview and shown his caller
the _dr whelh, of Ourse, was a very rude thing to do, and no r|e
doultH esaoeh, in subsequent moment of Introspection irieved Il L Y
over the Imentable incident more than once. __i i i i BI

Eventually, the boy showed up at California and with him.
hise ata Monlear High School coach. This was the beginning
of th lurid Ronnie Knox serial There were charges that in
order to get the boy, the university had to hire his coach, in
whet eame to be known mockingly a "package deal."
This was in '5,. but the football fathers didn't get around
to looking into the matter until this week, and then they white-
washed everybody except a L. A. Booters Club which, It was dis-
closed, had had popWy on the payroll us a talent scout for 16

The inference was that the job, which paid 4 a month,
was a persuasive factor in the boy's switch from Nppy Wal-
dorl team to Red Sanders'.



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Fairways LT OF B
Boston (NEA) Vern Ste
a phens of the White Sox and Ted
is probably the reason. He now Williams of the Red Sox are the
plays to a five handicap But the onl members of the home ru
way be has bedn hitting the ball y m t
lately has made Lou te talk of hitng 1946 Boxon team still ac
the club. Real sharp with the tive as players.
woods and irons, and deadly on
the putting green.
Andy Holcaob of the United
Fruit Company ih Puerto Armue- nconto" Today -..25, .15
lUes was the guest of the Machate- WAlOO! $115.00
ros at Panama Saturday. The ge- Margarite Chapman, in
nial and very popular manager of "SEA TIGER',
the United Fruit operations in
Puefto'Armuelles was entertamed Wild Bill Elllott, in
in the Machateros Bar following "THE FORTY NINERS"
a round of golf with President A-
rias. Recenuy, the United Fruit A n
company entertained President A. DAL- Today .20. .10
ras and the Machateros at Puer- "C. Cody In Atomic Peril"
to Armulles. Plus: -
Pro Anibal Macarron had an, "SPECTER of THE ROSE*
eagle on the par four seventh hole "SPOILERS OF TH
Saturday afternoon. He blasted a I PLAINS,
long drive,lofted a wedge to the ls
geen and into the cup Ior a
Jim Ridge had an eagle on the ,
par five 17th hole Saturday. He
bit a drive and a two iron to the
green sad sank the two foot putt
for an eagle three.
Preidens Eisenhower of the U-
nited States famed for his golf.
wBut we wonde howmany strokes
fbesfiset-*Afl fag g gbhc m T .xf
Panwsat would te give kbe.
Especially nch sP. dent Arias
shot an evdn par 72 on Thursday,
and came back with a one over
par 73 Saturday for a 36-hole to-
tal of 145. -a

Erasmo de la Guardia bad a 35
on the front nine Saturday, but
slipped to a 41 on the back nine
for a 76 for the day. He had three
birdies in thp first nine holes, but
a pair of bogeys reduced his score
to one under for the nine. Still
Meanber of the Panama Club
will p te in National Golf
Day Juno 4t. Entry list is posted
in the Maeatero Bar. Sign up and
play aaint Mrs. Babe Zaharias,
U.S. Women's O p en Champion
and E-Furgol, U.S. Open Cha-
pion. It your net score (gross less
handicap) is better than Babe's
or Ed's you win a medal. All pro-
ceeds to the Red Cross. Costs a
buck to enter-lots of fun, and all
for a worthy cause.

Crani was the telephone a few
Ti m..s y at the fight," con-.
cded the general manager of the'
Bd Sox.
Not Iopig," said wq. "It's an
awfully lo ride just to see a.tat
man get beat uip In public."
"Stnce whe bag euSynae n
too far:" C in.
We had ow fights mired up.
Informed that we were talking ofT6rD.....
Marciab ad .Cockell in San rap-A
la, :aS ." Oh t thi m ofBud T aId was
.an e anytlng., D MareoTa,"
Bnd Bas io ~ what they're talking T T .
about in Boston." Now CkkMNO and
larger centers had
It came as no surprise to hear rivalries.
that the welterweight champion- jk.
Ablp match between Tony De Mar- east and west side fhte
Go and Carmen Basolio In Syra.- the beak busting business
Case, June 10 was a sellout a few AI a lighter grew" iab'
hours after it was announced. round, say, Sagnaw,
These Italianose along with Rickard would bfi -
Ralph Dupas of New Orleans and big top. There was a steady
sibly tsco Andrade i round of new faces because Ric ar
Angeles, are the only bona- stuck to New York and entouWs
fide home town fight attractions in clubs elsewhere. A.
boxing today. San Francisco a- '7
dopted Bobo Olson. Today boIt g Is wrapped "in
When the sawed-off De Marcoin Investigations and pint .sa
did everybody a favor by getting, television purses. Pubfi-ity bl4
rid of Johnny Saxton, Boston went come frpm the networks and
nuts. There was a parade a mile that way. "b
long through the North End'sI To obtain a picture of'a ft r
streets. Basilio, out of nearby Ca-1 you have to go to the' e ad n
nastots, had the Syracuse area o- agency handling t he tultMil
- union, farmers excited even before fight account. You have to
he put Kid Gavilan on his pants past a receptionist and s O -
and narrowly missed winning the day's seretry o Mnadiao An
title. to obtain a full length a s:y%.?
Marce, the welterweight cha at
- THE DE M A R C 0 BASILIO pion. ,
scrap is remindful of the good "De Marco. De Mafr'o '
old days when practically every hummed the blond secretwb,
dot on the map had a strong- "You mean the gentleman from
armed guy who would Sight any.-,the dancing De Marcos, I pr6e-
I body. And fighters like Benny suLme. We onpe sponsored a sim
Leonard made all the stops. He of their.."
didn't need the influence of a char.I You recalled Jimmy Jolhn.
acter like Frankie Carbo. IProf. Billy McCarney, Jack
There were no managers guilds I ley, Joe acobs and others
when Richie Mitchell was s t i r- managed fighters for a ll v ig
ring up the good burghers of Mil- rushing into your office w I t i
waukee. The list of home town package of photographs, a
stars of another era is long. St. ful of ideas and the fighter t&
Paul, for example, had the Gib- self. I
bon' brothers, Jock Malone and "You're sure De Marco doeni
numerous others. In Los Angeles, dance?" asked the blond secret
Bert Colima, Ace Hudkins, Jackie ry. '
Fields, Fidel La Barba, Jimmy Tony De Marco doesn't, !ast
McLarnin and some more were sometimes you suspect that ,tt
considered stouter citizens than entire fight game has become,
It was on these home town and waltz. C
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BOB SWEIKERT Roared to Victory and Fame
on Firestone Tires in Annual May 30th Classic
at Speed of 128 Miles per Hour.

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S nce the Boosters Club isin outside agency, the football
father action cannot be expected to reflect on the high-minded
ethos Which motivate thc Confetfnce athletic programs.
It remarkable how most nvetlgatioa of this nature fol-
low a et pattern. Only on rare occasons ae members of the
Immediate coUeagte family exposed with their princlplea down,
and U is equally tare that a standout player dis dnlad from a
btaOIt wold he
rIn tooh weit dN be mawMatf t10 painful to lay TWsS S
the d at the deeoor o agrp o walse rostea than M ^
f* OM 1 s tin Mh.t apw( fAaw
is ea w O M wh omt:ot f oA O le aMs In- 4 WI O 0
e e as wrong bespBpe w egOear algia,
to er topiai n ue
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Again this year as for the past 32
races, Firestone tires were on the win.
ning car in the Indianapolis 500-mile
This gruelling 500-mile race, over the
hot brick and asphalt track, at terrific
speeds of 160 miles per hour or higher
on the straightaway, gives tires the
extreme test. Only the finest tires with
extra strength sad stamina can with.

stand this brutal punishment. Radig
champions demand Firestone tise
because they know that the
sioned GuaDipped cord body gis
them the extra safety they need. "*
Let the choice of champions guide
you in your tire selection. Choon
Firestone-the only tire dhat s Sfety
Proved on the Speedway for Your Poo.
section on the Highway./

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THIRTnrm 73.. PANAMA. 3., P AY .95 .

ForES Mov To EnelIrI, Stik Me e Toh wnd Refil Se rn a^
o L ay PPm o aonay es teiid
itte t Washington that er Mmster Sir Anthony Eden asked walkout ot out o ad. arrived the tRilroads, rB3 st night it the opefzg .tqv UM ed onlya rr* aYo
S her ort to Queen Elizabeth II today to ca a Today e acted o seor offs mandate 00 as ere
SmnyroSor.meetmn of the Privy Council that Ed en sent a speal delegation al Force p .e snger an .reght trarm. pi B?
who had packed garrison can as emergency powers to winging to Scotland for an extra- the Identity of the mimnipr. On a normal -weekday Britlan's the world's Oadia 1mat, n r the
15?o to a box Insted of combat a crippling nationwide rail ordinary audience with Queen B- A Royal proclama on wo u 1 railways run soee a5,OO passen- eluding BSoita flsr V government wul nottryto se
E t^wo to a b savinS which ahe ctrnntoi ilizabeth at Balmoral castle. The glve Eden emergency power to ger trains a o be e M. Molotov V. specific problems but to cha f ?S
ht amountto 000. Eden took the first step prepa- young Queen is holidaying there eal h the wout oand obed every co r solution at
said she discovered that ratory to the declaration of a with her family. r ay engineers and firem to available policepan to wretle Mr. Eisenhowe told -teportr meegof lower rankag
^r contractors who packed state of emergency as millions of Lord Salisbury, Lord President erce theay demandi tor pre. with one of the Worst traffic jams that he wanted to g to San mats. in m and J
S ed thei savings to the by car, taxi, bus and emergency by Minister of Fuel and Power The walkout began at midnight The great parks of London were delegate to a oh problem o
yei~nmn as retired by rail service in the first "crisis" Geoffrey Lloyd and Minister-with- Saturday and by yesterday ha d opened for use as public parking half of the*^,Ols ?1 --- -pte of th aya
thernmen t ra u day of a country-wide strike by out portfolio Lord Munster on the halted 80 per cent of te trains on lots to handle the fleets of private States lAKI flEA TiEUfl 351 paS22? that
_their contrac.____ 000 engine drivers and firemen. flight from London in a sleek Vik. BritAin's vast railway network. cards which are bringing workers BALOUA DES race
f he real impact of the strike ing of the Qceen's own flight The British Transport Commis- to the city. He sai the cae which is WINSDAY, JUNE famerc

S(Pentecost) and aMonday bh ank bh al' Ofr services' and oro met "toin e he :dem :
Sti ita ra rd George. ___

Reit haav fu prryceen ror the
and forming a choking rin nf vOtOl May 81teries Spokesman f ar the king en-
S"iLe in thr e peope know te d tn thasaid tand

Sth the D s a bumper-to-buemper cars ao u en- u end lst at Meeny sen B in gh an Souther ont el pearedefrteormine and pe aredl l
Derme hae no the world's largest city-Ln on into extraordinary session to ed of noc disaster threaten- to stay aout "for up to tPre
beas P enr eft i _r nea A an_ O
STEden had warned he would ask d by the ra strike months to bck their deads
mrTm i ,,IdltV -- ----for higher pay. ....
Ssen t o hA "We have n precedent for theft ha anon r
u7 Emn ves ii In A y of a Wh holiday in th!e IOU

d Serv r ne.snari Eo u n y Dd EDkdst of a natiokhl raite University olf Cheo T um-___
SASHINGTON May 31 (UP) rem- raffs o e mer s nat Scotland --in od
a 5, Hrove Comont and 1Yr days. Wr It d"T w aare s pahe
th even employes o the ana meant list n a as orn ai i

Deprt shar v noth in mw Canal organization, two of Weattown New or owing his retirement prosb ha ta" s PRIC : .75 .40 a
tr fMras. Mea ntr ool mae N Hod, hoel Cdnal zone ..hool. 24 She arri onthethheam-
m on ment ifcates for their yeas .ted hate thte Beaux Arts in &
Sn LONDON May 31 UP)-Prime for extraordinary with the At l-theoupallmof Inationalized

h cm r isesdereo tsaid Sra; i as years, nary onthsere iThot reihgoe
r el armeto ndmentrs c et i and tof yste oncl that en sent a s p f he peconanleuo sn hi alAirForcept'. e e possible for him ema
ly aing ate combat a nationwide rail ordinary audience with Queen E- prom 2railwaysasse years, vi hoo l r

aas eoerhats pn es month and 12i days. Wha b did c uh tpaati thea chn
S .ald theat rly. ah in sth s beazarethath amoe rcastle.a Thent ive Eden.emer.ency. powe o r train-ae:o x...pecirnencutto ed

ir o .w years, eight months and ar her itneye tnht Mim e ha
a itd a refdrotened toa ie to the dreclr a earsn t ont r nhs pet U o mtt available to t her of lor re
oracorsactnd prsheopaoewoat eso Mernteaher, CaritoD- Isntheu, Miss abeordner wlivent

Suo niy hrgne andiaeloar e sia nd eof o e or. ithg e Coain in asooa Ne York.ehe eaa.
twno moaote bo it on e of the twow trsMis Liter a th tea c pher e B- l

o no a.k, yonrey lerre sool Rbr yeat rsP o mother O'Connor, te i M oa a na tive o
Itwaenth e quiedo bsfra service in the first "crisis" Geoffrey Lloyd and Minister-with- Sa.tay and by yesteftay h ad.opned for useaubicpinhalfOthe

dlresearch th jecluteDr. DlKin- i34 son was e igt months and series tended R98andl h a con
day of a country-wide strike by out portfolio Lord Munster on the halted-80 percent tin oltohdteetoie.e

Onrto and ls anaured to arl, cntro g rnab U n ie sit o wheresh re-
bmbn andc sopened there fi edh oerator asf locks; cerv ed he BA deree inen1 1ad
CILn70o0- 0 ne nginedriversandfiremen, orlio ikrkwhichrebringingworkersTIDES

S oe real impact of the strike19 in Aofer he eren own flih The ritish Trsport o i-tteity.eidte
ppec ocalloWed Saturday midnight h a d Government' ministers fp- to last untl June 6,wo inre
e o rt nd tal been softened over the Whitsun In ble f or mtesntaing essential n tn the hopes and

ctian and Worne visi; 1myea nd services and ehtr met in emer. ays. the ivoraon in 1933.
old. rad. State ad e denyeeyt. session with o meSecaretan with the Bat- -ae oC l n
o ag the nation 's vital raiftarteries m tho chool for sht ti
a e dan f i n L oc k L O N D O N M a y 3 1 (17 P ) Qa1e e i n g b eth UbpreH eawS p o ker s mand f i en s t ri i n a .. ... ...

a Rfr aas dvacfomopm of me-andoto dpeays. inb1un mes of heer ontin
the world' is largest citya-London into extraordinary session to fed ofe conome dser tht to stytfor up to t re
twefor ioghertpay.ed t ct e sveshe tah ngi es
id t" results wa h h e have no Am during World precedent for the
pecsseend of a Whitef holiday in them

7utthau i and nn andNew Yamyor bforreho midst of a natoeil rail steke,"Tant West
Hoover Commission chargedto lYArk said last night. "But we are T OD Y

iy tath ne Defense and or tel- e was employed shorfte Pane n as In outhen California fol prepared for the worst, and we'rst
Sh support to basicsci new wea- ntificlwhm have mrethhan 30 years heattinended the Oswegf C na orn
rc ledt threat Dservice, retreddurs t inr e May malSchool, the New York School Poin tA y s

are s thathsine dtothe ed homfte Pacific Loks0 M a-4 ting eras. H firstempnBlboyed
,bomb and the Salk polio vaclanoiv were preserator in 1retre- of Fine and Applied Art and 1

hreasued"le et Hcertificates fortbrea i r rth s studied at he Beaux Arts ini
ahg service. Paris. w.
she commission also said tcnobu a Those retiring, their positions Sheeasi his ot aie 1r
rt sent to Congress that theand length of service follows: eals has te en nte
tly daring and imaginative in M draflores Locks D 28 years, one mer School and duringWorld
a sproacih to new weapons." month and 12 days War I did occupational theraut

ut saidthat e only oa minor lt with the Medical Department
tt research Miss Beatrice S. Gardner, art US, Army Hospitals.
apogressachintonelwe Fo h rnteaher, Canal Zone Schools; 24 She arrived on the r mus rin gi
itre nd thatu years, eight months. 1930 and since that time hasoao p b -' 'i
was a reference to basic -hneer; 1 years, seven months apartment of the Cenas Zone

Wily increase m anamediate months and nix days.eo f ew era hewowh is
tioy. Robert P. O'Connor, doci to retire in May, Is a native of
1t was in the field of such basi foreman, Navigation Division Point Pleasant, West Virginia.
research the late Dr. Albert Bin-l34 years, eight months and 2 She attended Randolph Macon
developed his theories of rel.daya. Women's CTllege and West Virr
O ity which led to the atomic Robert Fuller Pearl, control gtniaBUncversity where she re-
of nuclearsnenergy..9 years and 14 days. her Master's degree in 1029.rShe

research projects. Dickson was born In Kingston, serve since 1933 has been withor

and at the time of his retire- h i
went was a control house oper-.hole thefront
S N E A K Mr. and Mrs. Pearl have jl-ofmy
ready left the tus and plan Yep,
to make their future Jome In the film is that
t. Petersburg, Florida.
Wiseman was born In. Halifax, hot. It is a
Canada, and is a naturalized cl-
P R E V IE Wtsen of the United States. Be- terrific picture!
fnore employed by the Ca-
,al nao ton he went to sea
TYnumbero- years a ma--H H
~engineer and was employed
T Dbyaeveral shipping companies
I ding the.Panama Line, the
0 Line, the Ward Line and
te Stemamhip Company.
S P ESwa employed from toCINEMASCOPE
Pw as & marine machlaiss with
2MNavigation Division. Since
M-L hasbeenchie towoatHIT FROM
AT THER LUX THEATRE -h has ci two
""an sailed May 14 and
~ctatomake his home in
...w." New York.
Lta.rIs a native of Ran-
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t4he le w world War was t -.z r
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LS IPaso", .Teas, unatil he came to
.thej stb'mnui n andwasem- -- .-
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