The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00759

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e Panama Slrnment' d (UP)- fthre ae as Babo eh e t eD WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP) Th United Stt
wpelsoPanPed akto mie= minister Gaosurt ye teridaymotning a cora's whcha. e today
h wate ma nnneternvew wsaidth the aris convened at Balboa t hers d prin Atoritat rcs sd America and Red C-
.il mic powers the tnesses were que- hohav ta lar fficis had conferred wihin he t few






eoobl watertose~t t emdso unted states, the USSR Oreat toned dr nqe otheororterivsXo days at the Hotel Beau Rivage in Geneva, Switzerland, on
to choose itand Britain wveill some of in- the death of Moreno can sch, ll
kCiatotioen of a water- s atomi erto hswhen ur o8nd h hunting June b3,approflma of ueiisroth
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U K Railreoad Strike e..atenhowetA=s M. di a friend 9o181rn n h rn ,hmdr
wcmto Panama government's d Co- wllbe s ed Genela," he preliminary hearing was held To e twoonh Smer leasedH.
Sto,. Install Is on w after lifted om"ew said the cntieer- l hetetuta e CJ UP)hSHInese appareTON tly only drummed on the theMe
MMP-ts upy coPtnma e due to meetAug. 8- aed for the e of an animal Spanish, wh Ih this year will be has prodded Red China again to rel..l Ame ..t .
BudwnOU by a w uarn n e G$thm e sonsorship of the a nd that heois friend by urn the cae hmelprisonedbehind the Bambboo Cutin, t w clreld
o nteon n a vital sector Distakerict Court tho the nAmerican
mt, w ow suppliM. Palewiki made the dlscloaure Yesterday morning a eor i'schoola. today.
LONDON0 with water In-(UP-n Interview with the Paris was convened at been pot- oas to sd rtati e oe d e d
m re e The n f our ahmentsubmloresiW licthem eestation.
ac totr ereealn to eW plya Se ithe ebig at mlc powers the ios witnesses were qes olals who have been taking nese consular officials had conferred wi the a t fe




Siemploymen toda er eat th United States he USR, reat toned during an inquest into the core forthe Past two a at the Hotel Beau Rivagem
Oaha.b.;.a.FincheboEli:oto vlfernment fm w -- Various Ttntweredayt-edado





larmn mpct a our-day- N ttim w s n rmaewyki ahr dPresid e t their y fd h the fa- study unite for both the element ol th prisoner problem.




old r Oa haNd strike. (otto p i t two Lembert oCol.. ArmI Elhower's t or the crea- The o r ( pl juory found tha thee. d
w.UKasl ec sa to ob ensh'eInter ,deepest ceased was kiled' accidentally by ficlen ISm he w ll2 The meeting was held oe hol i wena t
Helle.Jr, WmeWood, tt t e a secrecy...a. gunshot would as a result obf be repiea before the a sch
thee di no f Let take O t exame: unlawful t term oens andIfpossible, the about the same tm the Communsh announced tl |
which ave to be paid by There were several methods fo both of the deceased and of the five being eched ill be- were free e four American armen.
traffl opened with at-eroeA m lathe proeU tetion of plutonium and def endant. t ransferre their Pan am reed. ae Be h













tentrve on ater way In Balboa, a 18-year-old 33, received his tine as the result tl 3 3 n 800nunds of banish in the upperdgrades will I
sharp erman Alexander rr- o an accident on Thatcher higach cout'ealously guarded Hunton-gwitho scrap meals Canal units. blems as Meanwe th nt An Air ea s
Queen ,R rday ed 5 i Balboa wa shortly foance The other et theseetho legal In the C al Zonehe older dents haven A sura fnces fat pnly mo ati an






da proclamation de 's Court tilombiaWhere hgo Ison, a Panama Theft of four and a half pounds byad the Panama Canal Co., hasd situteveral yeas starters of Spanishortly Ca. viewed ta
a te emergency In A fe tor tdiscover- was id for operating of copper s hreeeg worth 32 cents been sold to s.enolae.. language study, captivity wtay to apparently l. at
toxicaon that he misunable e than sion.x feet behew said theail yesterday er a charge of The involuntary mancluded copper filed th ele the
to care for h on ty and hie. His load extended sven p etit larceny wa eard in Balboa ire, copper screening, icel- Ascoo The f left wrong r
C16%es Fsan eaof ,atomc .thawin gl- Probable cause was found March....ul..
oses ingby th relaxation of was bound over for triut feet. Magistrates Court. lanes dbracaas ld yest erdaytweene o countries.
0 o emen nIon in aDo vitanl sec Sn Arturo ngr. Dist renamedd year, th e ,. ers req s the Cmmu t Chin o
LONDONJ un. (UP)Brlt- It given m. s Ealews band, said all the mmu-ars o B battery 00h, railroad b additional training in the e But while t noemlt thee
It was a second evictionn on fined -forlMaM Ba ments submitt oced at Quarters meetingmondensg tubes, aluminum ours a day and five day a w will beeday of my w th, e ,













iU wl ethe same offense for Martnes. 'Termal Place. 92o wings almicm- sheeting, monel lthe. -in s s onnl still
accelerat ing oh reaction of threat th ..e m t- 'stI other o the e. O thereachers already strton officials they Is poe. .






SP rfic-S epre considerable le technical defn t a proficientin the language, work
unemployment today under a-strike.T s r s b, know how, a ho i SyZhevid. ti eaw e e o u rs.
larmin Impaycte o a four-day- The Queen e. tin u.. nda- k.o w hoew he sa i e the ,a C a d on curricula and a course eg the Reds fedl such. 'i will



















Panaom,, p teceiv.d s,.o- i.,., mercan Legion No e.1,'the of -onel-"e-Provnces onhon were "cr o-" the -"
sold raifendo Triey reside Knghts, oCols)wumbsoDPrabled A O1a mtherurof Iasers were the f-studtwheunt f or both the element unit Paii the nt hernti C-5 pir-
wmf th r M o ea- The _SmroN, Uon, -rys we also in tr ad a th Saomeodrigue othee
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tthe aaI uar ooseelt afee dance, to be a Cat the Amer. Croe Wnlsn Ston eDetware The campaign wit conenue anll-tghthtere ear n to ttobonnred.
"e In aI boa 16-year-old, received his fine as the res Id coloo t wlie oor the four .
shr priei nn bn*Mo 3 fan d nonT ayti-Teenr ases To ot t -scrapmetalw present no great problems as
eda etayWas1 ee d n alesh U t advised for sale renlyMof tet e et hheoldere studentshaveAoeriuanRtflf o In
en aral a it'smo anama nad lf pounds b the Pnam CanalC o, had several years of Spanish Ch tert :
aring a state in A fe for be ie or en of copper sreea worth32 cents been sold to seven large U.S.guastudy.to
Britain. to o. I ae r sndk a1adsent two Pan umian t teenagers mto first for Aatotalof$7905.lrunowit
eonthathore than six feet behind the Jail yesterday plr a charge of lThe scrap Included copper
to care for his on saIety and bice. Hisloadexended'sa evon petit larceny wak -beard in Balboa wire, coppenrsc/eening, z ei.)e dThe.4, olft .onE EW






Sthat of otherwas out feet. Magistrate's Court. laneo e bra cast-omhrewa m yeted _-ost.I..mmedi.ately
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p Intsn. rair.oadsboxesaineaerds a ofthem.saidIt '
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.....int-os At39 d ga ar 1.....00d andtCo.nInlc. of Pit have been taken in Panama dur- iind and then Save on thef
floor ti3 t and.....ar drlphin, Who paid $23,355 for te ast yearr, as part of fght to .on u.







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yesterday before thea boa MaUlDr- vepetMnOnfeae aE
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410 A re qired ratefully and are handled in whV., U.8. visitor couldn't be mee
sam m le te uanled tm overly at war with eah other
tf pea oentrlbtef letter don't be impaeteIt ie I dtIt ee U.0 te a y Wire a tually t
6oet day Lmettrs a published aIn the order recved The Aeleeans are te of
Pleas tiry to keep the letters limited to to page length. a. or leaders attending -thQ an
tdrlig of tlehr wrmestris held Iaosteit masnlde. Commeusit global labor atgW J
i rneofp es m peib ly fors otanase -. ees in .the acrosoh
aenpIeid l litirs m readen. squar l i0n mBo 0o1T.
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much Irterest m the recent status of the Panama a' o ad the all.-hy _
the possibility of goung gut of business is found 1 w ia emosng" .--ce
iit Panama Canal employes, partIcularly those that have, dth- a ie a beatng bo
Lem0 and more legitima e overtime due them since Tholnea ;ut oe. ^ ----- 1 uuerrozn him.,
Amemnt was passed In 19q4. of AstWand ors,,
All other employes on the Canal were paid this overtime iad Even as Austria's ti
the Railroad employes were not by reason of the U.S. Comptroller, white-bearded President him
whn runad Railroad employes non-governmental. Korner and Chancellor Julusa
Also of much Interest is the fact that the next comptroller spoke to the delegates of the fourth' mapd
led the railroad employee were governmental, this after about I congress of the Iternational o. .
S years. federation of Free Trade Uare
What is the Government of Panama's reaction to such e (ICTU) upstalas in the great h
ball rulings? If this comptroller who made the first l ome of us heard reports b 1i
orct. it would cer seem the t att when hw ae at ng the scenes which should reassere '' he
4 elie same time hld have niled that the *oeren of Ameriean families away back :.
nPa n was bntitled to the recovery of the-inmonet s.loes su- home.h
~ed due to the fact that the employes In qua.atn we t...,
Ootitled to commlssai to~r Ouslnj-pivelegei since- t ioo .Th Italtians, for example, ar.
of the Canal. ived with news that the Com. dere rt t
ft&4y lyte believe someonee should have been, omplpe6alted munist labor federation, which .m
.-AeMad D ov er.. Eg "Soviets, hasJust been dven from an A m
control of the big General Electric whalla of i 0 tar s e-s
p... .. .'lant in Milan. Workers in that ,&I m, ed o th n S re.r
C.F.N. ANTIQUITIES plant had been in the hands of o ad of theln ade r t
I uat say I agree with Tweedle Dee's complaints about the om unist shop stewards and move. hd fain a the otmrw has
I .---of CFN's tunae. I'm in the service. Just recently bmy !l 4 ever since the war kge va e gos was deo r neo t he con e
wife arrived from the States, and she was surprised at omeof aplothabeenmakingva obheIe
the ancient music being passed off as "Hit tunes from the highly se= t electronics and ra- also knew taers wi be a tar. b O e
States." Hit tun, yes, but six months ago, ar at rpanexpenseforthe*akne sou tme tacine once i m
I already have my Davey Crockett hat, but would feel ke NATO forces. This is the fam.o eVe t ofaasd.imouth-dlse msedrt
afool wearing It In town at the present time. L ets gthe red toa keep b i dden fo the RuN.a5 soes o uiatlo buts w r anvc aed oev. teh

EDITOR'S NOTE: Try HOG for better program ng. EurhisIs the radar on which be
of enemy atomic bombers. If these When you send a corny letter testing uls hev teero.a ftea of "All In Oe.' paiRes got n tidrugore ever were y.



tee denOra.,WhicAembraced. astheybegan to develop theS to N
usedpsForeoSen. Mlltsfon Used
we lose the continent and t.enex; And you dream of when you met' di e plays, butby the aft uc t.e .rd t ehw vaisale. drove
line of attack is the U.S. mainland her ho u The chief offnt is the use of Ge orge Be irhaw: "ole He t the first amounton
manned by Wake up w you were dead. 'like' instead of 4's, is or was, have out evidence of pe. ypro e t.yreported Der t but t I
omies awnoone aoul 4.ti s around vher Itoe lobby For example: ike I used to do. haleine u y notices, as cci Old not go to the yio t th e
.orCeBootAhaGce a po wder ln she shows, ei twas. Lik Grant took Vir.a onn hwyo 1o l ene bOS r. b r ow
dtoryCwarei B o Lu e t ht Gla k i vte G i up hobby after hobby- ginla."' demeanor, not knowing that .a ci.e Wh money to make possible the] Howev er e from kub
the o ntiee d When an mpty oom seem IdlLikeNoith always said e not I e arug companies' gular con- wa at It od Adeglect the Goo ts. No like? No Ikeow about ism written without .per manuaure, but whipped to te th


longer get U.. defense .orderIkNooln Lkt Pae o c oth bu wv ded tt
po crowded.Ito Dale:y"I'll eat bsoManan af I the cmAcIty of nakinwto g or _0e miabeitriputaa.
Ined that theComunist labor And a crowded one seems bare, alikeaL e rrt a personal atttoast makes hat s how C utter Labor .a-,LI M R



e-Ioration thre atened instead of When youe haunt familiar hangu t n B.its .maeo he ord ititous. va, doneay erte Dm if .
providing-their bread and buer. Tho' you knowa she wonot be Jan com Bart's memo: "When itThord i o obital- fon ad aw11day alr th re f


S1e voted the Commies ut last, Pthere.C omes, Atheonno 1 e a misi o12at Do-rs a. 'o o m.


t atesroup of American and Telephatne her oineoe s in e. was about sat rrei l na wasI also ow, out of thei s
,In stars- Dtarve reet ba as tcoaaboratort Itcase inside exlu saiors etigro haso as After exeedn the tra l ap- .ri neai sterillasoe t

t atwskella or t his P.'Ga WeUese Inh We madealightM ism teights We ooculauthesgive we* stku-h oi
SHall, I learned that Abe vn telian1 T he wame of the nan who wth la nt cno.rs embrit ered. s t ener and Initial entrene lst ar ..ut.o...
Mh insteMth I 000 dodo cttr'al award went to, Apre l g otod tdb Dr.fel..Be au ttrsgot



S arts a e a l igh das fle of Collier's wforn ue ieno th a musical anned 55 of their showthatar andeduof ...o n- have le r f--ie to e
InT~ildg T th Ueldn s w tat L itol et sen residevi r d artacles.epw .a ... noet ald out toe otar dwn thmahouse itr ges nat e ,netiors av t art ol r f !oo-
e tnhie ;o -R urther- the award to e Noavl, atthe es- f aelgl t dhievy rucer y .r the dronl.- sidet d re.n .s o 'm sorequet Instruct
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do= o aw .S Way. I.. I t differed tram.-yo aV a t doo. N..mu.h. Upw i.. b a


repesentative. s ae te ofe fact that t e i for popular are e a a e ahe
cIt~nd. The srvveal of drl was cocnferelnc on .... Wtcp i on ream boesye emdi 0.aameeu l a ved o Th e ao


therefore, the liestof tecause hehas our Dd t ehsiam e that oArusedat a o t r e, s of t-w _wsreoi cl i a esIt ert l t
star' DaveofficBecr and Glha tueb nsopcollaborator, be." nied s I t d ha cais o ft eed on. c-,Dua ar on
endangerd. ad But r. vtt dan (who co-au- in ItA -th week ay to eod couple Yf notably seusu Me Caoaa, t aesrdea alone at
iaskButthe anpt.omm it Italians thored) hte ad of a lot. houa m B dressedias ( numlet andf t S r aive- no, tr Sai e Oeiien e '
Hall, learned tow ohat o- fie a ovf the l ro. t g ee l

top oreazers in tD five sento aer theorame of the man youw i n k eagur em by s cave es)B ry show inseval season. ie, 'df tinetr ios. o
.r hade th rown.e ,ommut are mostloe ar eys.an nothe lef st hip. In sho eevee ele. athl Perhaps it deisman very amue oese s ne
m0N i soh fight aga inst the ItalianOtth fer. T he hw ad wn te off resh air fron the owld daysfllowete th ases ta d to ore. v nroce bl e



ped hI .Cent.to tr ltn e.iel.eohrif i.t. "he a~.~0 ds o of Ciea. this 'h-- -Ithat fan Aweight' was iao the umpteenth nd ea t in ed i te ao, emant or hv le-
ry stru _At"isdlb the coadangantos bet ei e ia Temr wGdbew, abb ynt aohes nd di do not exed it ant to te aon eer thalte n athe of meas for r.hav e lear



.|at n .hea ue _.P-ro------ | eana Orthodox chur Sroup teama ters are. e d anu-Commu-. rough season a e rama rtes t e asr enough. The erokes' a ure whw t her a Jhow -s8 master- all G A N C E Houe resoltio's h ve
Sthe Unite ttes. nne e eo,~ assure the wes e evera sows thwer s broken. One fledr all thinkeverye or .a nmishmash eiit sideta, thatoc-mrke at
wi railways of e mooun oe an r-therd Itian rave about suddenly folded. t I ne is fleeing to th critics before an audience ta accent got an advance
the of Cf te U., anda number o. t 30me ert ore. the lives e of_ tosasotfcbecause. ."Now," a target, "the Ibha1 The est are cowiht SaturdayIlt c, pr. f theSx drug companies.Theseaced
Our officers abndGer G would be istlesarence. night? at did nTI biggest a r oige No a ompane a pected that we



Sendangert R Y the stub ut Newspapermavidson Stuff: We wco-auinIed a e stuk ythe hai htoulgh e )~ tils Need Them Be. out f Profit tn Yeaoe rlo



But the rmanade -Communiston (DGB) atalian thored) has e photos showing I tw many slaves. We alle cause You aWn "aMnarrw ayo aove
wIr thie Communists are most close Yoour ee and no long STe theeN cPhimInCongress. ma Congress-
Voe got to gel oner!! tVo e just had a ride rwm Ciare yocialet, ta000Ispayi rthisPush-reat I that Ad cities, do ighwe not? h pt to aren of t -Orpesn,

spa t re of acitist heye r ule,e 't igure outtot toemi ssrit. InCaresolutins or tr
wi allNe wl 1 5Fr aandOthroboxcuckwilreou as It w*Ont beOngbefore eItalian hy wre a au thea o o theater no one can. ere beitq StMAE, or medals for Dr. bal. But
'-s -O-L PlAn N O c g teitoare, led by anti-Commu- rough .tisonm te drama critics .Iat tS enough. The criticsabo sure whether a show s lmed al wholusale resolutions have
will te ofes of the National Council of the wo A an Over-the-road Italian'rved ahbo ut suddenly folded. ou o nunce a. tte o
ofrstIrwn ppayup aony n the U.S.A. and a number of Its 30-member tran cr at free of si botIne the daytime Oef who spedls it lew. A 8tl losuemon Ar a
Counlons, their boards and agencies b rte we asked a v editor. et io They ear outafersI know speGrah it a Vearden, North Carolina
ofd ot sent, let i the Ger "Good newsc he yawned,"does-d o no good2 At iany e. w ,oc: Doear ow DMt, s privately that he
mnl not limted tothel thatft e happened in America t Pig YIou G Treat afuend s I D wA't lot a ngle Salk resolutionb


at Rely te stubs paperman Stuff: We winced Mostruck the chain savr off Though You S till Need Th. m Be- out for avoteOth House floor.
ogt oftrGerma Union ( DGB) at the front gop photos showing I forgethow many slaves. We all cause You aWill. -Mean whil Canada,,according


iNe 9 Fat i enould h ae erplsed Amothreat.n for-, children tftinthe Loo, ehat drama critics, do we not?" a to Senator Nm ub.r of -Oregon,
een plcy. cif Las e needl e Dgupe. -otthe night some : Dear WW" writers Ir," memoCanis argi
aWhen sttheICa U redeot W Omarn Broae r is te pMost.uchpi the way them. (You uld have "Very interesting all th itemsSalkva shotsiContrastto
toarmeme t In pdu a t y n proe t T r s at they did to that lat about an Irishm an here named1 the wo lesale cost In the United



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iW Vft so e And, by the way. i tendne to raise spades at his next
t's one of the reasons I d-k turn.
ea to. st a l- sure's n ver any .- w This would have beemt n e it
h B tuoekament around GLEAeON AND CARNE: '" t'YVd working with you.. East had stuck to hi nds Jations.
Is a g t If East had bid three a his
to but he'llet y know about ft. A ong a catch phrase at the same partner would have-bi The
Vak Nor. oVr-ae thing and a fe we ago0, er a partleaular-' line. He doesn't have to., say opponents, might have ed
very tIMP~Ithing our com- ly tou showki got a.note from "Art, let's drop that 'va 'a-va. at five hearts or five dlni ends,















home to my wife fad kidhs.
ody, o= m to jutmade for him. vonm' of. yours." Somehow, 'we and such a bid could ublea
eatgh 'TIt jutt happened "Thanks for your h elp," it said. bothwrealize it's time to drop it with some prospect of good
e dit pln it that Way. nig like a ltle, praise to simultaneously. bnd we drop it, value.
hlto % ou happy in your *ork. I So, as far as I'm concerned he's When Bost did make his rather
at, whene I first wahed for st refers to do it over a terrific guy to work for. r e sily doubt of three heart, SiTth
him I, had no idea what he as phone or i'a note. tht er had a fight or any trouble raised n trat he was s a good
like, or wat- d of performer (Editor's Note: But he doesn't at all W may discuss a scene ot but that t was all very te
he was., I may have seen him Atu have apy hesitation about telling --he'l say "Let's play It this porary. North surely lead, about
vaudeoville several years ago, but others low good ArI 0rney is. way" anid i'll say, "No, I think six hearts for his bid, East. should
I'd never seen him on t vlston. Om Audrey Meadows.. h e praises we should play it this way." If have three or four more for the
en they called me to a part them tothe skies to everybody thinks I' right, he'll sa y, double, and this left only about
eq his old DuMont show, "Caval else, but he doesn't tell it to their "O, I think you way Is better," one heart at most for the West
cade of Stars." I didn't know Jac- faces.) g e If le thinks he's right, he'll say, hand. If South passed therefore,
his Gleason from a hole in the ,Whale paise is good for the "Art, I think I was right in the he coeld be Sure that West would
ground, Is nice to have arounD f rst ace." And I'll genera run oit of the double ,
w l i awa. Ad the house too And JaciAe is ter- .cotI ie knows what he'C I Instead of passbin, id
But Ywed A& -away.A i-Inthat regarn.. W hei iawe tour.-diamondt; hoping o ive the
they, asked me to come bac had i contract or anything e don't go out socially teith- Impression th he. could stand
again and I did. We kept. going l making a week. er very often. That isn't because a heart contract. West believed
t, no re ar ob, nothing off Then the was rumor that W don't like each other-we do that his opponents were in trou-
tract, no regar job nothing offi- he was going to have a show on we were on a vaudeville trip t ble, and he had no way of know-
ial. Just verbal agreement e C Long ore that as set- gether and got along wonderfully. ing that his partner h iW a magni.-
Aft th show I did wit ed he came up to me and saidIt'sust that I'm pretty much of ficent fit for spades.Hence he
eo iMte caed te "Art, e cmay mego upto CBS. d said, w a home-tye guy. When I'm doubled four diamonds. East might
",Iam glad you'rthe go tobe do I want you to come along-at through rehearsing, I like to go have bid four spades even at gis
the show again next eek,"b he *0o w' yo home to mqywife and kide So late stage, but he stood by the ,
saio "Its -nice working w h I thought he as just talking ek."we're usually together just during double.
saidb ,bt whnce wheg w o o w a contract was thh ea a rt l l tio athe
you 1big, .bUnt when the contract was working hours-a boss and his emr- The defenders got two clubs,
isineds at CBe, he called me and s trump, andh calrle m andhe tt
Swas a pretty decent t said Well, it's settled. Is that a mighty happy employee, contract onetrick. South's onor
I fi e mentioned to you .?"held the loss to 00 points on
ow.aI st-. Wa never comes u to I said sure.,And4 iat's the way it Next: Gleason lhe star, by his bhad in which hl oponentsJad
you 4 a likes your workanager sy ierab game
SAnd trnst other way an act
wof the" laughe iveNws Bicickog Claimnd On
p ano e to get someo
IWigif you've watched our ssdw,
you know Jajke is verp tenerotte
-along p lo.hat w eh -aracter norm st 1iW Ford Co nt act
pa Norton, gets a good per- Aggle
cen age of the funny lines and fun.
ny business. --- ---
And I never had to wheedle DETROIT, June I (UP) -Ford cratic decision of the Ford work-
scnes or gags from Jackie, ei- Motor Co. and the CIO United Au- ers"
their. He's always been the first to to Workers Union clamped a 24- Henry Ford was scheduled to
encourage me, help me, give me hour news blackout on their con- answer Reuther's challenge later
a break. You knpw most come- tract talks today amid reports the today. It was believed Ford reject-
dians prize their ;atch phrases, company has come up with a new ed the proposal, but neither side
like Jackie's "One of these days-- offer aimed at averting a crippling would confirm or deny this.
powl' right in the kisser." strike tonilgh Today's mass meeting of Rouge
workers loomed as an ominous
Many eomedts would be jeal- The news blackout, coupled with show of strength. no
4 ous f another comedian on their reports of the new company offer
show had catch phrases that be- raised hopes both sides coIa Presid nt arl Stellato of Local
came popular Well, Jackie not write anew contract without 6000, the laist e al union in the
lyg isn't j alous, he actually a ug- walkout that might wreck Ford's world sieed healed the meeting
iLS TREAT -TIst special gestsru phrases to me. recent strong meback in the au- to fil embers in on the pro
ustrian stam comnmemnorates F i lastance, the line X say so tomotive industry's competitive ress n oftegotation.
th ecent signing'of the treaty often, heh, what a grouch!" wars.
iadings occupation of Austria. -is one that Jackieg a v e me.
Atse .two-schilling stamp bears Some others I mi k e "Va-va-va. The current five-year contract
p he 1945 coat-of-arms series wo pm"-I made up myself, and runs out touty. and the union's I lF
witht* an overprint of "Staats- he told me to keep it in. international executive board has
srtrag S1955" (State Treaty And our sense of the comic is authorized strike action tomorrow
495). Stamp 'Is bluish-gray. so parallel that we usually arrive against. Ford plants across the Wife Must Make Move If She
at the conclusion that we're over- country if a settlement is n o t Wants to Quit Job
---- reached.
he Cm ui t T i Re heb t As the strike deadline neared. When they were married five
there were these o t h e0r develop. years ago sheaplanned to keep her
mentsT r l e eter sed uled job or a year or so.
1. UAW Local 600 scheduled .aes ... W
aa sImass meeting of its 48,000 workers she s still working. -
employed at the sprawling River ever she has suggested that now
,, Paty;.bverve-ou.-latisubrba n ti-e t itmight be the time for her to quit,
2. The company -and union re her husband has seemed reluctant
fused to say whether company to have herstop.
President Henry Ford IH has re-
WASHINGTON, June 1 (UP) 8 organizations may not use a U.S. plied to CIO President Walter Reu, She writes: "It isn't as if we had
the Supreme Court yesterday a- passport or hold a federal job. The their's suggestion that rank-a n d- saved the money I have made.
greed to rule next term on wheth organizations must report where file workers be allowed to take a We've frittered it away on ex-
er'the Communist Party must reg- their money comes from and how binding vote on. whether the y pensive trips, a new car every
later as a subversive organization it is spent. Their mail and radio wanted Ford's "prosperity pack- year, entertaining, etc.
and report IdI its financial affairs broadcast must be labeled "Com- age" or Reuther's guaranteed an I would get along
tothe gernment. munist." nual wage written into their new am sure we wof I quld get myalong
Arluimets sa the issue will take The stiffer anti-Communist law contract. just well financially If Iquit
plae o after the new teen o- enacted last summer whi cha job. And I think we could lead a
pens next October. A written o- strips the party of such gleig a I13. President Eisenhower told his much hpp life. ao you think
pS wil tollow. r. ae r ts as tJ e .power to mase con- weekly news conference in Washs a woul do't as ig a myotake b
io el colt announced its action tracts, maintain b a n k accounts ington yesterday he would no thnea aou d q ue yry job even
on the Commpist case .in a brief and appear on the ballot-is not want the government, e x e p t though my husband disapprovesb"
oadei after handthg down its long- related to the case accepted yes- through regular mediation servic-
awaited school segregation op i- terday. It is destined eventually to es, to step into the current auto No. you wouldn't be making a
nion. The justices said they will be challenged in the high court. contract talks. mistake. Go'n along as you are
mleet agai n net Monday and then I The court also: The news blackout w as an- now isn't you any place.
ai for the summer. 1. Paved the way for deporta- ouneed jointly by the company You are just lving up to every
isie C'ommunist decilon will li-M tin of Ne Orleans racketeer Car- and union shortly after the start cent you both make,
manx the government's five year los Marcello to his native Italy. of yesterday's negotiations. It was Harder to QuKi ob as Years Pass
courtfightagaiis the par.tyunder The Justlees' ride A to 3 that taken to mean that the company But worse h that, your hus-
ti.l 1MO subsvrlsve activities con- Mar re llo'0s ill conviction for was readying a new offer worthy band is begin to count on your
olaw, t first.statute designed hriniinuamarijuane iito this coun-of close study, pay check to get the' two of you
Srackd. oe the party s a try is aadeportoble offense as of i the things you want.
.he ine .mh,. the time. public discussion of matters being If you- keep on working a few
ne .,'court has already sent ma- considered has been agreed upon m(,re years it will be harder to
ny part, leaders to J.. under theta 2. Denied a hearing to singing by both parties," a company u. quit han Iti right now.
Smith Act eo 19.*, whnch makes star Jane Froman, who has been nton statement said. "This may So don't ask your husband if he
Illegal a caosp racy to advocate trying to sue Pan American Air. be extended by mutual a-g re e- thinks you should quit your job.
the volnt overthrew of the gov- ways for 1 million dollars because' r Jtust announce calmly that you are
ernment. of inuries she suffered in a 1943 The first company offer, made going to. Then quit before you lose
Time court found" that the Com- flying boat cras.. She must now L-t the guaranteed your nerve.
munast lead were in btt trying accept the ruling of New Yor, annual age and was promptly re.
to overthet *e U.S. government state courts that she ian collect .-sian as "m aut You'll need to turn all the ener-
ea l_ as they conl. But it only 8,33181 under terms of an uneceptable." gy you have been expending on
made nO flm lgalsinst the party internaasn1 treaty limiting t h e Reuther s~lgd out three see- your.Job toward being a good wife
By l s l l et a nhil'-apal. by company's amawer to his guar- you s bashnd won't be the loser.
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Victor Young, the composer of
the new musical, Sevena hleav-
en," thinks mere s Loo much oL .
split between classical and popular
s.usic. he says there s no reasrn
why musicians shouman'L be able
to work in both nelas.
"But they rarely can," he says.
"Looa at me- started as a ciassi
cal violinist. But tnere's no money
in that, so I aecidca to try pop.
Couldn't get a JOD-I was typeO
as a longhair."
'nen, one night, Young stood un-
der a iamppo.: anu wi.te a song
that became "bwcet bue." inaL
ot him into pop music in a Oig
way.
..nd.now I'm known ab a pop
musician," he say>. L-an L. gei
anyoocy t piay sotie of tne cia st-
cal things A write. Ltassical mu-
aicians uunk 0o., me stricUy as a
pop man. Its terriole."
J View, with more and more alarm,
TV's advance upcn i we tarm
LeSt television in the sticks
Prove that rye and corn tU mix.
Ask almost anybody around
Broadway who's the best actress
nowauaye, anu live owi uli six wil
*ay, "Julie Harris." The sixth will
sa", "Sarah Bernhardt," out he's
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Lari," by the French playwright,
ieasj Anouiul, adopted oy Lluan
nellman. This is a new version of .
the Joan of Arc story, witi Boris
Karloff playing tWe inquisitor.
"Every actress wants to play
Joan, Julie says, "Just as every j -
playwright wants to write about I 1-
ner. I ve played a sinner; now I'l I eI
play a saint." WA1rei .. 5--- ._..
Bet you didn't know that rodeos "Pop's got a gray hair! We'd better got him a rocking
play to more peoplethan major chairfor his birthdayP!
l e a g u baseball. According to __ _- A wrto r.v ______
"Family Circle," three tiUmes as nwerto
mpay paid ad uissions were Screen Star t
chalked up a tthe ride.'emi.and- ,, .uv gln
weep arenas than at bit league U
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. Miss Harris is currently sitting
New fork, awaiting two events-- --
first, a baoy, anu second, wle pre-
tniere of a movie cse made in When Carol Haney left "The Pa.'
Lurope called "I Am a Camera.' jama Game," she had a problem
The movie is based on her big clearing out her dressing room.
stage hit of two' years 0oo. She s She had collected 11 toy stuffed
awaiting toe premiere with mixed cats.
emotions, because she goes -
through a strange experience when'
she sees herself n the screen. "Damn Yankees" is causing
1I squirm and I Itch," she says. trouble for radio broadcasters.
1 can't stand it. I say to myself, Some stations, you know, frown on
'If that woman says another word that adjective. So the Brooklyn;
I'll scream.' I just want to rush Dodgers' play-by-play announcer, I
ip and tear the screen off." Vin Sqully, called it "Darn Y -n.
This is because she is a perfec- kees" and CBS-Radio's Fred Rob
tionist. On the stage, she can al- bin called it "Doggone Yankees."
ways try to do better tomorrow, They're just waiting for some.
but once a film is finished it's fin, body to come right out and say,'
ished. And, as she watches her- "Accursed Yankees."
self, she sees so many places'
where (she thinks) she could have
done it better. It' happened with
her previous films, like the re- Dick's Quickie: TV singer David
arkable "East of Eden," so she Atkinson tells of the boy who asked
says there's no reason it shouldn't a girletohchange her name to his.
happen again. So she changed her name to Stan-
Her career has been marked by ley Schultz.
incredible changes of pace. Just, -
before she played the sadly so-.
.higicatfd heroine in "I Am a Jack Pahr ("The Morning Show.
amerae' she played a' child bi rBS.TVI.: A wontan went to see,
-.Mei'rbr of the Wedinr.' It va-C (inerama and asked the lady in,
a complete about-face (and, also, front of her to take off her hat.
about-body) that made most. thea- "I can't," said the lady. I'm in
ter.oers chelet. the picture. ... ... .
"I like to try thing Is can't do," *
says Julle. "After 'Membr,' I got. ,
the script for Camera.' The part NEW HAMPSHIREOWLS
Waw older, sophistlaated, worldy'
I said to myself 'I can't do t.' CONCORD. N. H. (UP) -
3B' I wanted to try." New Hampshire's largest awl, the
Next on her schedule of trying great horned owl. boasts a wing-
things she can't do is another en- spread of six feet. It's smallest
tirely difference part. Next fall, on owl, the saw.whet, has a wing-
Broadway, ahe'l star in "The spread of just Iva feet.


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THE STORY OF MABTHA WA INB


I Screen actress, I Secular
.Darnell 2 Mrs. Cantor
SShe -- in 3Neither
motion 4Small
pictures potations 0L "
II Embellish 5 Handled
12 She is a 6 Discolored
by birth 7 Gull-like bird
13 Diadems 8 Cutting tool -27 Epic poetry
14 Amphitheaters 9 Malice 20 Musical note
16 Outof (preflx)lO Traps 31 Preposition
17 Morning (Fr.) 13 Hardy heroine 33 Journeys
19 Blood money 15 Painful 35 Accomplisher
20 Utter 18 Paving 36 Declare
22 Masculine substance 37 Sipper
nickname 21 Biblical 39 Mineral rock
23 Above (poet.) oronoun 40 Mock
24 Winter vahlcle25 Completed 42 Bone
26 Before
27 Gaelic
28 Correlative of
either
30 Diamond-
cutter's cup
32 Seine
34 Negative reply
35 Palm fruit
38 Wand
41 Turfs
45 Feminine
appellation
war
48 Body of wat
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50 SOTurn aside .-
51 Six (Roman)
52 Chemical
substance
54 Satiric
57 Carouse
58 Challenges
59 Allowance for
waste (pI.)
60 Aflersong


43 Invent
44 Levantine
ketch
47 Leather thong:
0 The dill
53 First woman
55 Polynesian
god
56 Diminutive of
Edgar


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Wigiton, a graduate of
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The bridegroom, who was grad-
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In Wilingtqp, as -n the M e r-
chant Mrind from 1944 to 1954.
IAYC T Hold Elections
For &=-Today 5
An election of officers for the
coming.years will be held by the
Inter.Ayerican Women's C lub
fram 9:0 a.m. until-5:00 p.m. to-
day at Club Headquarters.


An installation of officers will
be followed by a general assem-
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Club on...Suraday. For reserva-
tions call the Club office Panama
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PPAIdUea*kee, I haven't lead .
a cookery Lte, i d
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Paie, for 4ater all yo lea u t

with foqd that I must pazs on a
few moate df her recipes. I have
used her Chocolate Ice Box Cake
so suciasfully that it had become
eof ny favorite omapaIy.de-
se .Ypu were probably aware
thbt gatatanding. feature of Y.
vome Bentts' recipes lathe fact
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1 OIAN TO WED Sl-h-Ae" Nuptiala
th*"daug~ MauI 8, Sv' ow June 34d
Wila. -. D n of Balbos, Canl Zone,. Miss Vanice Smith will be mir-
S egagemenfl th daughter, jeanL e Marl, .v. June ,at Law0 pm.
.to, .Carlin,r., son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilam at the Aador Chel. A
R e br nhdan CaAia Zone. aUa .UZ ... e n" ule youngg cou0 are in-.
brde-to_-be was born in Ancon, Cknal Zone, attend vied to atted the wedding cere-
C4i3we schools, graduating from Balboa High Sho in teto attend the wedding erey.
1 6M W Canal Zone Junoler College In 1951, and Is presently -
e W.l the Army q P"rt Amador, Canal Zone. ProfessorVeranaccl
Up wae e borni 0 ^ yTo City, attended. Casal To spepk On "lIpressionism"
Irt ooit ardediastlit from, Ba1a figh School .in 1 A lecture (in Soani.h) on Im-
and4 a recently completed serving an apprenticeship with pressionism will be given at 4f00
t5" CUutall Division In Balboa, Canal Zone. Mr. Carlin Is p.m. today at La Cata del 'erio-
employed by the Electrical Division, Panama Canal dista, on Avenida Ecuador beside
am 'i '- British Embassy by Professor
#Ste has been set for the wedding. Enrique Ruiz Verpacci. teacher of
r--- nilusory of Art' at Panama's U-
hot-fpesoa fr. d nLversity. Professor Bernacci will!
ia Leard host of personal fri ends of the deal with art general emphas-
,hIn&' the advent o impressiosiam
M" tttid1Leonard, formerlyof in France and it repercussions on
Pane -and New York has ar- Many Parties Precede the art world.
rivel f lor a short visit with Jack Golenor's Departure r o
her .-,Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Lt. Jack Golenor of Los Angeles (Continued on page 1)
Mad ella Vista. The Leo- and Las Vegas, departed Monday1
nar now making theil home for Washington where he will. -
in C a. Before 'Dortis port for discharge from the Na.
ret H van next ek; she W. here be served vs Aid

and 10 1 s tb.gve n
g.ne 0*"e th6 sts and hoste
Co-_.-, .. % ,0 of 1P I es. Elisa JHte -
To mat Reception 1 f Mrs. AlfredAle
J ilass. Consul for the ,_ It you are suffering from a b n.
S d and Sweden and Pros-, ehisl cough... try Buckley's Ca.n
dent .the Colon Consular Asso- R S di ur for fast, n
ciat-. and Mrs. Salas have sent E I", U I S ) relief. The very first spoonful of this
out iwtptions in their name and world-famous medication brinipn
those. of the twenty five Consults 3 Big Shipments Acoamfort You feel it spread. own
Me" dibrs of the Association a i6 u ithroat-belping t break up
their wives for a form 'roce OLU -pb ol w fplmo ..w, sore
tio 10.-o Sa d COLUoM-BJIA uneKi vrws
t4. from. _.a o &pa.. inSth ue membranes. You notice right way
Room of tte "Waingon'in Montilla Cook how much easier it to beathe
Ctolmonin batie t o f the tn- 1 ...-and to swallow.
Colon in e ce 0ratipn of the twen- Epic Livingston ,No wonder more than 50 million
ty-iourml a vera-rysof athe foun Vfetmiltter An el bottles of Buekleyas CanadiL Mix.
dasioA r Asociation. _e etre have been sol So don't lot
Ho.or sd a .d their wives HI-FIDELITY I that cougt get you down. Buy a
are H. .Octavio Fabrega, -" bottle et f at-aemtla inexpensive
Minister o Zoreign. Relation; the Specialfeste e a I' _b-t_ u ss
DirectoW .4 taff,of the Pr.ol4co 5th St. No. .-S w S .W.li.
Diplomiage ds of all t hoe sa eeas Vista
count Who. ave onsular re Tel. 3-
2ream yes Co Bn;Board of ___-- _.,_.,_ --______,__
Directors of the Panama Consular
Associataon: Civil and Military of- _
ficia"e-f the Atlantic sector of .
the Canal Zone and Colon and a Do you need an additional E I
-----_ bedroom?, IMl7VDRIrM i


.A M e gqm !
,oma
OBPMT b Imo-d cace
e^emp ydhful
I-TCigRlONE bdr os U
pit|^jdmm. helsm or .prey.
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For Sola at Your
Favorite Store

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BOILEDD JUMBO SHRIMP
"Do-_bad and devein Qhe r a w
shrimp by cutting lengthwise down
through- the stomach to the back
sihe .the shrimp out fl a t
after cleaned, leaving it in. It s
shJ11, sprinkle it with salt and
pepper to taste and dot with but-
er. Place on broiler rack and
broil in very hot oven, 500 F. When
ready to serve, melt some butter
and brown it. I find the browned
drawn butter served on top of
shrimp adds just the right touch
to both the shrimp and the be-
ginnings of a very good menu."
GOO DEED
WlIRAHAM, Mass. (UP)-
When Mr.,iand Mrs. Julian Siok
won a a$W00 down payment on a
house in a lottery, they turned over I
the money to Harry Harvey. whose
omine had been destroyed by lire
a few days before.


BOMBNC DANCE
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gyo Y pnce Dwell. -
'Thle'naI, Richard Meyers,
46 Day explained .only. "I did
# fr my .God,"' as be lay dying
on a stretcher en route to a hos-
pital.


e,.ers~ eptll# his .38 caliber
automatle, 't!ln dashed out, appr-
ently reld.iMg ha he headed for
the second 'bank. .
A .witnessu via he banwk


Killed wan Joe Gavin, who cap- screaftea, "tberi are awies a
taineti Ntre oDame Universitysl over the pleas nd everything in
Ba iar team ik 1tff, Gavin had there ai b i-oo .
eoaeheirleveland High School .p 'C *
teats and was" fdotbell coach at The Rev. Robert IN,!,assistant
the Uaiverdty of Dayton until he pastor of Copus Christi Catholic
resigned In s19P to t stff Church, a' rinliaterb. the 1Iast
of Dayton television t. TttGlivin.
. Qffi*e ,T that Meyars shot
file pertsons at th* Tl r4 NttinalUL Meyers, meanwhile, rushed Into
Bank and then went to the admoin- the adjoining Winters,bank, abhbot-
ing Winters National Bank, where i-g as he entered.
he shot three more.'He didn't say anything.Kersey
The dead wera: said. "He usat came in with his
Gavin, George 8awaya, 60 oper- gun. firing."
ator of a local market, and Mrs.
Frieda Cramer, a ban secretary. His first shot hit Kastner, assist-
Wounded were: ant vice president, seated inside
Helen Burks, 43, a babk custom- the door and Clark Theim tried to
er; W.'. C. Sherman, vice president disarm the 200-pound gunman but
of the Winters bank and J o h n a shot grazed the guard's face.
Theim, guard at the Winters bank.
Police, in reconstructing t h e Police St. .J. J. Thomas and pa-
crime said there was no attempt trolman Nick Mosconi and L. B.
to rob either bank. Proffitt rushed into the bank. They
"The man just came In with his emptied their guns in Meyers" di-
gun firing," said Marlow Kersey, reaction.
vice president of the Winters bank. I
Officers said the balding Meyers He fell, hit by three bullets.
began his shooting spree in the Police carted him away hind-
lobby of the Third National Bank cuffed. He died two hours later at
about 10:40 a.m. His first .shot hit a hospital.

.After our neighbors brought one, my wife
wouldn't let me rest until we got a new
FORD too.
COLPAN MOTORS


COM TOLADIES!


SCOME TO TAKE ADVANTAGE of the LARGEST

COSTUME JEWELRY SALE
Sever seen. Imported from N. Y. 5th Ave.
SVIENNA, and the first Manufacturers in ,
PERMANY, you will choose from

1000 LATEST STYLM,Sof beautiful EARRINGS. LOVELY BRACE-
LETS AND NECKLACES, SCATTER PINS FOR COCKTAIL AND
EVENING WEAR. Admire.a big and colorful selection and laugh iat
the low prices. UNTIL WEDNESDAY ONLY.




bMORRISON'S
(Opposite the Ancon P.O.)




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-1660 ,,
or thble mwuoUan'.


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34-20 Justo Arosemep Ave.
Tel. 3-9281


You are Cordially Invited to vAt9
our Exhibition of Modern Italief
Lamps in different types and g.-
tractive colors Tomorrow ThurS.
day, June 2nd at 4:00 p.m.


EwyoJdy oeJ Claitfads


RHODAS



FAMOUS SALE



CONTINUES
p I-i


DRESSESS fropn 2:95


Costume Jewelry
from 0.10


600


450


400


350



225


100



375


-60


222



999


Pairs of American ladies
shoes well-known brands


ladies dresses for afternoon
cocktail and evening


children slips formerly 3.95
NOW 1.95


earrings necklaces,
bracelets


girls and pushers, shorts
and blue Jeans at half
price less tPan regular price


Nylon half slips
NOW 3.50


ladies Sport Clothes;
pedal pushers shorts, etc.


handbags from 1.00


BARGAIN!!
Fine girls dresses from 1.95

of other items at very
low prices
Famous GODDESS .brassieres
too!


Remember Don't Miss This FAMOUS
TRADITIONAL ANNUAL SALE


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COMMERCIAL &

PROFESSIONAL

S RETIREMENT, LIFE
EDUCATION INSURANCE

JIM RIDGE
Phone Panama 2-0652

Castl Zone DentaT Polyclule
N 1. 0. 1. Fabrel, D.D.
r. A. Boy D.D.

eleteu l) Ave. Ie. *iA.
-" -tepwriTAoa S.bo01t--l PaoL.


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ivewTthlnti po.ile as unl chlro-
Iet e was tlluded.
CHIROPRACTORS
Drs. A. and E OBILLAC
Palmer Graduates i
r e ru Avenae Tel.t 3-r
a block Ifrtn Lux ThleaLtre)


tRANSPORTS BAXTER, S.A.
SPeers Shippers Moves
Phanes 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Ridin et
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding I Jumping cloues doily
I t S p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.


Match-Stick Bamboo
Dripes
Venetian Blinds
'* Traverse Curtains
Glass or Wood Jalousies
Call 2.3668 or 3-4904
Ertimatea Given Without
Obligation!
.. itributed by

Products de Madero, SA.
Central Ave. (between Kohk
uilding Fifth Ave. Btouod;



C. Z.'CAR OWNERS:
tle is he mar to bun a Conat-
b intil Casainy auto inuraneh
pal l2y.



CONTINENTAL f
CASIIUA Y CO I?
Ce tr Alw a. betwe 10111
*1ing.TFifthAV... Bu e;
C.Z 4OW ER

P in iImuranre GcaiMiny, Inc.
S (Iranch Offie)
No 1I Tivoll Avenue
.' rPone Panami 2-,81
.*' 4mesU tram Ancau Past Office




u alFrid av ,, ,
MALTY COX




Clara Louae Malnolm, a
fcan resident of Panama
i0 died in Santo Tomas Hos-
jiti .early this morning after
ihfferlnR a cerebral hemorrhage
t erdav evening. She was 74
;Borno in Bethel Town, West-
F f Rahd, Jamaica, Mrs. Mal-
*Wfla survived by one daugh-
tir May, a teacher in La Boca
a non, John, a Panama City
Her body will be transferred
the Santo Tomas Hospital
e to St. Paul's Church at
;Ida.m. Friday. Funeral services
*,ff b.e held at 4 o'clock. Burial
.opnlow in the Herrera Ceme-


Meetings
l Nurses To Meet
Istllmnian Nurses Associaton
SibUBg will be held in the cofer-1
t. room at Gorgas Hospital at
pm.- tonight. Colonel E. A.i
i will talk on latraperitineal


HI-FI
"JENSEN"
Ce4xlal and Triaxdal
S* pkeoau


-LEAVE YOUR AD WITH ONEOF-OUR
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LIBRERIA PREdIADO
I Btrot No. I3
MORRISON
tk of July Ave. A J .
FOTO DOMY
at. Aremmsa AvA. and a .


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALI:-Deuble hbd e.
plate, 2 night tables. drer with
beautiful mirr. A-1 quelit med
condition. "Tronslpotus alxter,"
phone James 2-2316.
FOR SALE:-9 e. t.-refugrime
tar; nto te vej; Mild mloegany
dining roo set; sorld psheg-ey
china closet; youth bed; baby
crib; 2 Hollywood bed* with in-
nerspring maetres. Chlip. Nic-.
enor Obrrrie Ave. No. 21, A-
prtment No. 3.
FOR SALE.- Resonable. G.I.
washing machine 253.sylto; Cold-

one. studio couch, sport cset
boy's) ele 10-11, red oelt
irl's) size 6. Cell 2-31185 e
Diablo e5755-8.
FOR SALE:-1 Robbins end My
*rs electric fe i 16". 25-cycle;
I Westinghouse refrigeretr, 9
cu. ft.. 25-cycle. Hotel Tivoli.
Room 156.
FOR SAJ.--COnsol* type, 25-
cycle rdlio-phonoerMph cekblbi
notion. Phone Amoedr 3134.
FOR SALE:- Redie-phonegraph
console, 60-cycle $45. Hose
2155-A, Curundu.
FOR SALE: Maytag wringer
washing machine, 60-cycle $70.
86-4298 nights.
COMPLETE SCRAP. Rewrap,
refinish your bmbeoo Rotten.
Free estimate. Phone 2-5463.
LUM HINRY, corner Golden Al-
tar. Pname..


FOR SALE.- Written bids will
be accepted by W. J. Sheridan,
Jr.. Post Office Box No. 66, An-
con. Conal Zone up to and in-
cluding June 10th, 1955, upon
4mo fellowingr
(1) 2 metal dressers, 1 with
mirror
12) 1 meIl bed stand
(1) lbed, wooden, withmat-
Irek s *d spring.
0,, t4) 1 electric 25-ccloe alarm
clock
(51 I t.kchin table
(6) L er choir with cush-
..1.7 Nb bench
'' (E8)' berd
(91h .m temper
(10 2 bpilinds
111 I1 refrigerator, electr i c.
25-cycle
112) 1 chaet of drawers.
Such taems may be seen al the
Packing and Crating Shop in the
Corosn Street Yrd of the Main-
tenance Division, Balboa, during
regular w e r k i n ag hours. Bids
should -e sent in sealed enve-
lopes oddresod to the under-
signed. Bidder should sign his
name and give his Post Office
Box addrone and telephone num-
ber. The right to r'-ct any and
all bids sl.roserved and articles
are sold as is where is. TERMS:
Cash on acceptance of bid. W.
J. SHFRIDAN. Jr.. ADMINIS-
TR*T' OF ESTATE OR ED-
Wp''r C. DICKINSON.
FC' SA'.E.-One single bed, one
dayv -ed with mattress, one baby
bothinette. one wicker lounge
chair. All reasonable. 720-B,
Balboa.


P91 SAL--Electric stove, four
bekrers o vqq and cabinet. Per-
foct Seendion. Phone 3-5264.
FOR SALE:-Due to trip. Singer
machine, radio record player.
large wardrobe. Other articles.
Marlan Aressmena Street, Cibe
Verde. 3156.
FOR SALE: Washin, sewing
machines. ccordion, encyclope-
die, dining room, bedroom, porch
furniture mirrors. radio, water
heater. oas stove, outdoor lights.
formal sise 13. electrical appli-
ances, kitchen were. Leaving -
chep. House No. 33 46th St.
Phnoe 3-5101.
FOR SAL:-Bamboo coffee ta-
ble. amboo corner table, me-
hoogeny chest of drawers. Phone
831-3126.


First Reporter

To Use Riadl Dies
NEWBURY, Ingland, June 1
I(UP Lionel James, the first
reporter to use radio to cover a
war, died yesterday. He was 85.
James. retired principal war
correspondent of the Times of
London. saw wireless telegraphy
pioneered while covering the
United States Army in 1903.
He talked The Times into
chartering a ship and equipping
it with American scientist Lee
de Foret's radio system. Relay-
ing copy to London from the
vespe] almun and a Japanese
shore station, he covered the
Russo-Japanene war at the turn
of the century.
Ses wam with Kitchener at
oft a" with the Indian
arm at land Pass and in
AsLtf for the Boer war.


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LOURDES PHARMACY
M Ia CanreMfll
CASA ZALDO
Cm.t.d Ave. a4
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
a. 8 Lomttery lhm


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FOR SALE
Automobile.


FOR SAL:--1952 Austl For.
dor, one owner, 18,000 mikes,
duty paid, o0e"llent condition,
5700 or bet effor. Canl ull,
Cristeol 1772 during office
hours. Crethba 2567 diing
evenings.


FOR SALE:-1948 Austin A-40
Tudor sHde. Price $200. Cell
Panama 3-4941, Apt. 45.
FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrlt
Stwtin Wagen, fully equippd,
Including b avy duty trailer
hitch, guIronteeH xcellnt con-
dition. Albrek 5219.
FOR SALE.- 1949 Studebker
4-door s eda witl eordriv.
Phone Ciridabl 2374, Houm
1124-A. Margarita.
FOR SALEi-On account of sud-
den trip to Stae. Studebaker
State President hardtp with all
trimmings. 19 8 1Shp. V-l.
only 3400 mi drin. Call
Tropical Motors, Paama 2-
2086.

FOR SALE '
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE: G.E. moetr. 4-
horsepower, single phase. House
908. Apr J, Le Boca.

LESSONS
Lern Spanish with Mrs. Rome-
re's CONVERSATIONAL SYS-
TEM. Private loesons or in groups.
Estudionte Street 14-79. Apt. 2.


Wanted to Buy


WANTED TO BUY;-Used sew.
Ing machine. Call Balboo 1590.


Vietnam Troops

Poised For Ail-Oul

Drive On Rebels

SAIGON, June I-UP)-Loyal
South .Vietnam troops massed
today for an all-out drive ia-
ainst rebel forego led by HOA
HAO warlord Ba'Cut mar the
Cambodian border, an'.official


MISCEI


AGENT$ OR Vu AT S?^

fARMAM- 94 MSJAML
LLA E .Ar fAve. ..
Agencia Internal. do Publioelo p FARMACIA AO r

FARMACIA. LUX FARMACIA VAN.8.


LLA N E S ,.


AiOHOLIC ANONYMOUS
ox 2011 --ANCO. .
Da. SCHOLL'S trained Chirop6.
dilt. Alexander, Justl Armses.-
at No. 58. Phone 3-2217.


VISIT THE SAN ULAS ISLANDS
JUNE 3 4 5,
The trip of your life *nbrd i
Paneme's PescaderaI A three.
day Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the
Peoame Canal to Colol. Sea
i s, 'end Porte Be-lle Leae
'Sidlbo, Friday 6:30 a.m., arrive
Cain 2430 p.m., love Cole
9:30 p.m. for colorful Son *le1
d historic Porte Bell., retumn-
Ing Colon Sunday afternoon.
thru Cenl Monday 6is0 a.m.,
leaving from Stranger Club ro-
turning to Balboa. Mskh caterd
by El Ponama. Bring elecu,
shm bathing s uit. locket.
flippers nd spears for under-
water fishing, your calmer end
coaer film. Canal trip only-
$10.60. For further information
phone Jungle Jim Price Panema
3-1660.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE Moter and boy's
bicycle, -hp. 25-cycle $20
cash. Balboa 1581.
FOR SALE:- Philce air-eondl.
tion unit, *4 capacity, used one
year. 5-year guarantee, perfect
condition. Bargain. Abo cabinet
end large mahogany thowcases.
Central Avenue No. 13 142.
Phone 2-2814.
FOR SALE: Year-old thor-
oughbred Dalmatian dot. For in-
formation cail. o f t r 5 p.m.,
Poneom 3-5494.
FOR SALE:-Used refrigerators,
automatic washers. electric wa-
ter heaters n excellent condi-
tion. Price very rooeonoble. Has-
me, S.A.
FOR SALEM Baldwin Spinet
Piano. used lix months. perfect
condition. Sacrifice $725. Bal-
beeoa 2-2671 after 4 p.m. '


FOR SALE:-1951 Dodge four-
de, r, 33000 miles. $67i5;. A,-
veneobod $18; single Mftt -ta
cover and pillows $18; veneHa'i -
blinds and drapes forp I.-f j. ].
. quarters $5 total; ding i'
and 4 chains$10; coo lins
equipment, dishes and silver $4.


A otmupu


ATTINTION.LLs Jt built
modeu frHmMt* te I.
2 bedrims, hp. eeld wWtr.
Phone Poena8-4941.


FOR RENT*Tt-.-hdp.1 umM.
furnished 2 st 4-memn Pmde
Prtmeonl C ALHAM-
BRA AP L 10th U.,
Phone 1386 Cas


FOR RENT: -Wl li r urn-
furnished e-btMimm apart-n
meant in El Coe,. Cal 3-2189.
FOR RENT -Nw- H omiderm o*-
room eplotmeo. fr lished.
tovie, rfigeMtI, hI wtor.
only. Campo Alegr. Phne 3-
4242 after 6,p.m.
FOR RENT: -. Modem apart-
ment, 2 bedroom, 1oerel, linWg
room, dining rmon. ktlehn, go-
rage. Completely fmilshed lost
46th Street No. 42. For Infor-
mation home 3-1423.
FOR RENT.-4(1furnished com-
fortable apettmont, 2 bedrooms.
parlor, dining ibm, hlRchm, hot
water end gare*. lnfpmation:
Phone 2-2416 or -5322.
FOR RENT:-2-bedrem'part-
mont. with balcony in Be1ll Vi.-
ta. Call 2-2401, -12 mornings,
2-5 evenings.
FOR RENT:- Furished or un-
furnished One- sdroom modern
apartment. grnge. 16 V40 Bo-
liserio Porras.
FOR RENT-. Two uikfurnished
apartments and oea furnished
chalet. Jose de FPebrg Avenue
No. 14. Pasedema.
FOR RENT: In II Congrele,
two bedroom apartment w it h
maid's room. Call 3-3742.
FOR RENT:- Comforteble un-
furnished apartment, two bed-
rooms (each pwith both and bal-
cony), living room. kitchen, g**
rage, maid's quarters, laundry,
well kept garden. Belle Viet,
44th Street No. 32. Phone 3-
0315.

FOR RENT
S, .1Roonu .
FOR RENT- Furnished roew,
Private batherom and entranse.
Bachelor or couple. 43rd Stret
No. 13.


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f -..st *a l.. ha
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WILLIAMS Sait tla- leach
Nio 246ds. P b

Grammialfss-Sene Cipos leach
Cottages. Meu t la ..e.
6-441. y

Shrenap fii IC.S. on
beech o Saut Ms. Tolop kon
Thompsan, Iqlbl 1772.
PHILLIPS One Catag
Sate0 Ctl. fo 4. lalboan.
Phone Pamom -1877,. Crilto-
kbl 3-1673.

Baldwin's eputtaenhtsi i rent at
Santa Clare. Pli itB i 3681 *
far reseratient ,


mew' balbu-1m 0l
No.52. iS* b Sfroet
FOR RANT:.-. fO b.
JuM11 eM JelY. % *Mknw by
* Ju.e 2nd. Phoan P


FORUT-ungW


FOR Ilifo.4
Mirtin Avepe: -lWhe-
kitchen, hi g i iel. I nq- er
around floor. ,- .


FOR ,ENT: ~m.rhhed luVe.
For inonmetion eo 3-4738. 2
p.m. te 6' #l.m.


FOR RENT:- lotion quaers,
eaonable, Junq 6 to July II.
2550-A. Cocll.,.


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Posit ion ered
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FOR SALE
RealmEtat


..CeMplWtUEAL STAT swva

a ,st. l 3 h104 i
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H ,Wanted


SWAN~ Meld for W eoerel
MuII House 5es-C.

n W~~ceonwences. Machiae
loAm e oM old
Panese Sen Franooco IR a d,
nlW Statue of Morleos.


spuotm[iaUn saidtoday. I After 5 p.m., 1 524-J Goivilen. FOR RENT: Beautifully fur-I
An re d tht negoti three houses past Cable Office. nished large bedroom with parch. Fifty-five North Americans of the Canal Zone returned to Panama yesterday on 19 iR' ate
mant leeorted that negotiations FOR SALE:-MAHOGANY end private bathroom, kitchen facil- of Avianca after a successful tourist excursion to the gltles of Medellin and Dogota. m bi.
a reported tha eo tS ties. For couple or lady. 46th Ol
are underway for the surrender construction lumber. "San Cris- M 45. third floor right. (Merero)
of the bulk of the insurgent ar- tobabl Lumber Yard. 35th Street Street No. 45. third fleer right.,(e-uo
my in Cochinchina. and Central Ave. 7-13. Old Ca- FOR RENT: Government in-
Ino Garage. spected, beautifully furnished Ms
Anqther correspondent. on his FOR SALE: General Electric rom, dublecuchre rigerat Southern Bell T&T Sues U on
hSelp t- these ei agemeints was vacuum cleaner, sweeps wooden stove, kitchen cabinet, private
yOUng Winston Churchill. and tile floors; cIa 0n rugsn No. 3. Phene 5-06338.0
James missed covering the books; paint and disinfects. etc. '"No. 3. Ph ne 30638. iw
First World War. A colonel, he 535..Phone 2-1807. by rail from ports. UUU In Dam ages
commanded a regiment. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY The emergency powers o Visit a
S-OFFERS FLOATING will allow the government to
OFFERSU FLOATING set aside laws that prohibit the --- o -
LEGAL NOTICE d bids. or opening in pub- over-loadin of buses and pro- NASHVILLE, Tenn., June 1 -lattempting "to harrass and pun-
ALc. will be received until 10:30 hibit use of trucks and private (VP) -Southern Bell Telephonelish striking workers who had the
UNITED STATks OF AMERICA m., June 16, 1955. in the of- automobiles for public trans- and Telegraph,Co. today sued the courage to stand up for their con-
Canal Zone fice of Superintendent of Store- port. Communications Workers of Amer- victions. It shows poor Judgment
United Statsm District Court For ose Belboa, for ul of Iounch The emergency. orders did ica fpr 5 million dollars in dem- as well as poor taste."
TheD iis aom U.S. DOVE located at Aids to nothing for the London commu- ages, acclisin the union of direct.
Paul Ree. ete.,-Libelants vs M/V Nvigaetion Sectio. Gatun; ters who started the struggle to ...ing "pattern of wanton vio. Smallwood said the suit cast "a
Sabrina, her engine. tackle, bolers etc ASS and U S get home. lene" during a recent 72 day black cloud over employe-manae-
dM/T r S the try of h, SHARK; lighter BA R G E No. About 1 million London work- I ment relations that it will ta ke
Court. and Compsia de Navegaclon 221, slit BARGE U.S. 20. hop- ers converged on bus stops in e CWA countered with a years to erase."
"Anne." A., Respondents. ARG US No 118 and the already car-ammed streets charge tht, the company "clear-
and Monition PILE 12. Aas C on DRIVER No. 201 located of the capital late in the day. ly" violated a new contract, which The long walkout started March
at Gamboo. For further informs- Some 40,000 automobiles an broug t an end to the bitter walk. 14 when the union refused to ac-
The President df the United States of tien end mpeacti onntact Mr. hour were reported to have y filing the suit. ept a'no-strike provision without
America To the Ma lsha of the Ca- J. A. Drhcll Astont Chief choked (he 20 main highways broad arbitration of grievqnees.
nal one GREETNGSDrdging Division, telephone 6- that serve London this morning Seuthema Bell in its suit filed in More than 100 strikers were fired
Whereas. a Libelin ram and in per- 182 or Mr. G. D. Gregory. tele- and again this evening as su- Davido Cuty Circuit o ur t by the company in connection with
sonam iath been filed in the United phone 6-187. Invittion Ho. urbanites fought to and f z1 eh ade e n ion, by t he copady in all
Stat Distrct Court for the Dstrctof iaion urbane fought to and from em nd h esons en dalism hich dropped up n
the Canal Zone. Blboa Division. on the 168 may be obteilnd from the work.-an"unlawfulcombna- nine states affected by the walk-
13th day 6f April 1955. by the above above source. or frm office of "It's chaos everywhere," the gaed o acy" omda nin e states affelo cted by the walk-
named itbelants. against the M/V Sabri- Superintendent of Storehouses. London Evening News announc- and Bol pircy" ,to dah age out, the longest in the history of
na. her engines, etc. and the proceeds telephone 2-1815. ed iperty throughout the nations 22 Bell systems.
of the sle of the said M Sabrina. on telephone 2-15, begnnin to ple up th stems l estate area. The thousands of striking tele-
depolt in the Registry of this Court C was beginning to pie up company ain-phone workers returned to their
A.. rCpondlis do N a cause, c [vil and OKeroa ..it hltd41i-headc. w tahned a large part of its service jobs last week, alter the two par-
maritime, for the reasons and causes in tied up in the ports of Lindoen, ,d.twasfe reord strike butcon-ies agreed ona a new contract o
the id libel menti oned enod prng (Continued from Page 1) Manchester, H lll, Birby'ed a. ab ve, it was forced to shut down which each claidied a victory.
said Court in that behalf to be made and OveipooLg a f ld wauas at Jelico, Laollee
and that all person Interested thetic Privy Council session at Bal- veores strike orbk and Maryville,Tenn.,
Sbdth pM sepin.from thersle t of s helM/ isrvacationin w ith her caused by a jurisdictional fight of .r .ak e'I. -S te Mddlesborvo. Ky. due to L ks Excursion
St n depo i in the Riestry of she vaaUonnK w e betweenS the National Amato-ao tr N
this Court. my be cited n ancd Iiedfamily, "e te Ntonal A A at of lo uge t
special to anwer the premiere. Under the emergency "or- mated stevedores and Dock teo* w.i aa rday. ,ta C a islot anlyd ugto t-o
You are therefore hereby commanded. ders iin council" Eden can use Union (NASDi which represents jagTo a 'ksi elhand IV oSh
to attach the mid M/T rin. her en- f to keep the rail the 1,000 dockers who walked P of te trip to p e. by phycal dm-
Snai.e ..or thereofw prcsarom the armed forae to keep the rail- thofoertripUtoae t a reC h
es tr.. now n nesro roads'seat and to out and the Transport and Gen- the a Mne ,and bIntimidating employes who ea
trv of this Court, end to0 ive due supplies on British docks eral Workers Union. of...the touwlt *ad that-n lt. elected to monu worker during OBy vrahaoO tIU ll
n e to all persons claiming th ame. where stevedores have been on The railroad strike also in- tractl ns In. each of tha Latin te strike," Sohern Be said
weor knowing or hevingb ntnvthjesn to sa" Sout h,"edoeern h Be o
why the id vel houid not be on strike for nine days. volves an inter-union dispute rglaa cities as well asInit. in its sult, Bcompany said, The Bethel Msion Church of
demned and sold; that said persons be Eden also can requisition pri- between the Associated Society them the count r t l ats, members and represent. Paralso will sponsor an excur-
dd aIpn nd for the eltritd ou the Cabevate property and stocks and Iof Locomotive Engineers and wis ve of the unio, embarked on through theMlraflores and
Zone. aiba. Dlvisinn thereof, at the commandeer trucks and auto- Firemen o(ALEF, and the Na- ar t aal o sm of wanton wilful Pedro Miguel Lcks aboard the
Courthouse. Ancn. Canal Zone. on the mobiles to carry workers to their tioranl Union of Rallwaymen, a Cl trafflte le U ad ferry Presldent rras on July
8th day of June. IMS5. at 9 o'clock in jobs. radeUnion Congress affiliate. rityl damage" t h the see 4.
Ihe a deay t ot Irlidiction. o otherwise He can establish priorities for' t *& bP will boer ef iu te 2ad firearms to cut
the next day of luridlction thereafter shipment of steel, coal and raw Deputy Grandmaster Il siftht^r WI and 16 MBand cam other desruc- TIckets (NAB adult, clill-
then and there to Interpose a claim for materials to keep plants produc- IVet calip dren) are lni sold by merm-
,same and ..-k .eti ol aino To Visit Loyal Victor t. l vieece 'directed hers of Church, rs.
in that behalf And we do further em- Instigtt it e B w g 1 directed Reri ofstBt e t hel Churc h, Mri.
power, and strictly charge end comrn- The Queen cancelled her of- Ivan E. Haywood. Provincial BunkO plsteod o B istiaated and heit O V. Hill at th Bethel Church
mand you. the mid Marshal, that you facial birthday ceremony of Deputy Grandmaster of the Cfm-. th4 e anWtrMU te JII l- t" defendsat ungle." the sut of od, ; Mr. L.
om.te end de Nw'the esal, "Anne .:'.At trooping the color on June 9 so tral American .district of the reftr hasu d Md M i"Jt Rb Bo Mrs. A. Dlx-
corp tionle., If it shall be found in she can formally open Parlia- Independent Order of Oddfel- ft W. A. Smallwood. distrlet direct. on, jb: f*M O. Victor and
your thistrlet. that it be end smpear be- ment that day-five days ahead lows, Manchester Unity, w"l t -f. of .a te CWA, els it Atlalta the P. SI jo aB Mos.
re. nth a our. t on 'the th do, of schedule because of the pay an official visit to LY S "Mt ely deall. the allege. W. I.. etm Mts ion0
of that day. if the amIe shall be a day Strike crisis. Victor Lodge No. 8137 on riy s W, ,W, but we eosider the it Church, Colon.
day of Jurisdiction. at the District Court- The Prime MInister now cain night. I A- rt lf n l 'lie of 'ba to
oftheis ict aure B ae, steo of f ood Members of the lodge are re- m gfe tor ggp oa"Igtakent W bo.th The beIn p-
S oIt5. can.l zn.. then .s d for the people. There is no quested by Franklin Reece. NO. t Smleth toile t b a new
to the mid libel and to food c at present, but a- to attend the meeting ad .. rlatloui. church bulli Refreshent
=Abu 4ialsa= dte Mid tibel and inVte Indthewmeetini. r bu n a e.
bat h l a, b I la m in that behalf. and bout per sent of Britaln's r ticipate in the welcome mg S, il a 8 l be o ale,
s you thn aad there ninke e- oo imported and carried money.

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lM ALU" WSAT Pii 'er At Army-Navy Club brea, rs. W. E. Lundy, MrS.
Pl,.( i' VaMirs e.gmlih INanette Lynch. Mrs. Vic Meltant,
A s A ms ous surprise shower; rs. McCair, Mrs. He les Me
%Was .5i recently at the Army I eon, Miss Betty Mitchell, Miss
an Navy Club for -Miss Vanlee' Rofearle Nickisher, Mrs. Leo
Smith, who will be married thisl Pae,. Mrs. Don Raagaber Mrs.
Friday. Roert Rathgaber, Miss Ruth Rie-
ksby, Miss Louise Rowland, MTs.
The hostesses for the evening Penny er, Mrs. B. F.' Swit,
ere: Mrs. Betty Keenap Mr s, Mrs. Wiam Stock, Mrs. James
Shirley Musselman and Mrs Jane B. StUart, Mrs. J. C. Southerland,
L. Payne..The guests attending'Mrs. Robert Turner, Mrs. Wlla
were: Mrs. tRobert Bowen, Mr s. Wright and Mrs. Joan L. t g. .
Don Bowen. Mrs. William Coffy,
Miss Jeanlne Dorgan, Mrs. E. M. Art Of French Impresaslaaiis
Datm, Mrs. R. B. Ely, Mrs. Mary la Show Open To All-All Week
Mam Evans, Mrs. Fred E n g e 1, "Imprepsionism In Our Tihas"
Mrs. R. E. Forbes, Miss Dorothy -.an exhibition of reproductions of
M Gray, Miss Dorothy Hicks, M r s. paintings by the most famous a't-
Philip ouighton, Mrs. C. R. Jones, Ists of the impressionist School of
Mri. H. T. Lelay, Mrs. Walter France Showing now at the Casi
SIVndsey ,M :.Leslie loga M rs. ael Periodasta m Beila Vista, so-
0. C. Lekidge, Mrs. A. .e LAm. cated at 21 Avenda Ecuador" two
"* -3 "' ''" C-o "-'- w blocks up from the British Eman
Some of the world famous paint-
... i era from this school on exhibition
.... are Manet. Gaugin, Cezanne, tou
lose Lautrec, Renoir, Van Goth,
id d h, ~Degas, Monet, Utrillo, Blaminck,
'- bis qis recdi4 a a Duty, Modigliani, Braque, M at-
si t OWN |'11 EY I# tissue, Rousseau, Picasso. Derain,1
*ol* MBonnard, and others.
alc t mmn.l .b.lled intye. Ivy Harnet Soon
writ eon It mailed to 6" e So
......___.. _. __._ehiSi u aih "s-e- To Rehura To Isthmus
o .*' a-. .vered Miss Ivy Harnett, of the Har.
u .ai eams,, by fishing up a course at a New York
H .0, I City charm school, according to
ai v em-'fee e etldg word received here, with the in-
At 6 a.m. tomorrow at the Bal- tention of adding "charm" to the
boa theatre the Civil Defense Di- curriculum of the school operated
masterr Con ol Organization will by the pair in Balboa ana Pana-
Shold a.meeting to whiqb all worn. ma.
M YI ueaD Q h b~ en of the Canal Zone should at. In addition to attending charm'
Sd.. -iye wils accounts of "0. school, Miss Harnett has be n
U-. raton Ctu" d Instructions on "brushing up" at the Fred As-
S".L." o t'o do' h e event of Canal taire, Arthur Murray and Joe!
one Ato oe attack, will be given. Spiro dance schools, and intends
IOLLYWO-([NEA)- .his Is. to.be directed by El' Kaan. Mpr,. ..... to demonstrate the merengue and
Holly w'ood Mrs. Jones:, Gordon lop'so um onAWe "GtlysepdDplli" Gltu 1 l urthe sluefoot as well as new cha-'
MacRae some gag golf set on .w.etp'it will'be "Orphus The .W d l. Auxiliary of the cha-cha and mambo steps upon
phltor T o and. terec d ng, ccdg' Tenessee, Wil. Gatus Uhlmkn crch will hold its returning to the Isthmus.
comment : asp iiams, oe a .g drama. re tul at 9 m. tomor-
e e o ta e u i vDebt. t Ind

ainth in -let Lhad. syAc l us aed gooui' t ru ypt om|ahtoor i
N l- -, ,,..Paul. ", U
Bride o a- f ate trelo, an "y i n'r t s ponded to tee be oah,No. 1 W.lh Eddi e Fisher
queasy, hav heartburn and short- The Isthmlan Canal No. 1 Rebe-
Sign ever the desk of a writer ness of breath." kah Lodge will serve a Johnny HONOLULU, June 1 (UP) Mo-
FOR Red Sk eton: Mazzetti Dinner on June 4 at the vie a Debi Ryed .-
oHe Who Laughs, Lasts." '"Ye are" roared Paul, "Why, Wirz Memorial Balboa C. Z. Time actress Debble Ryenolds to-
That's something Holywood ve been waking up that way for 5 till p.m. Price will be 1.00 day indignantly declared that pub
"Yes" men have known for years. five years." person. There willalsoabea aliwnedreports of a breakup be-i
fi yer, eaty wIrellaind of, handwork on tween her and singer Eddie Fish-
displarwith. .l 4 ........er were a "vicious lie."
ollywood'sgrowing listof- display same day June 4, from 1 iss Reynolds, who arrived here
named young actors like Tab, Biff, Loretta Young's baffling illness Two well known cooks will pire- tour onda after an ente bses a normot
Rock and Touch inspired t h is has kept ber hospitalized for weeks, pare this dinner. ousa. Korea and apan, said shead
from a playful agent to a studio' b $ medics are still hoping that, The public is invited but you been deluged wi telephone
casting deparittent:- surgery will not be necessary. Di- must have your ticket brought by telling her of reports that sne has
,"'v named my latest discovery agnosed as chemical peritonitis, June the first. Call 2-458 for fur- broken her much-pqbiced an
Staik Stark Naked. Naturally, the ailment has not responded to their information. en er m -p'bi ciz en-
I'm keeping him under wraps." antibiotics, but there has been a gagemen sher.
definite gain of strength on Loref- Classical Mu-ic Program It's all a lie, she sid. "There
Press agents at MGM are ready Ta's part. A program of recorded classicalisn't a word ot truth in it. I don't
to tongue-in-cheek a dancing photo music will be given at "the use know why anyone would be so vS-
of new- Greek beauty Irene Pap- HolloHywood Uncensored: Arlenq JWB Armed Forces SeI'vlce Cen- eus aso rt such an abs -
pas. They want to caption it. Dahl and Fernando Lamas are as ter today at 8:00 p.m. lTe alresse said she wand th
ing 540.000 a week for a Las Vegas Selections to be played are as The actress said she and t h e
"Pappas Loves Mambo." mnight-club act. The Royal Nevada follows: handsome young crooner had a
Dan Dalley's telling about the Lass a andy t, -Tin ou.T ma i rM pus 18. We may have to live in New:
eight-year-old daughter of a film revive MGM's interest in a film 1 Saint-Saens Corcerto No. 1, in Yor she as uB ut at's a, we
queen who was helping with the B Ifantasy Tony Martin would like to' A Minor for Cello and Orchestra, .a
wraps of guests as they arrvedIdo. It's about a dog who walls out Opus 33. have to figure out...
for one of mama's cocktail arties. Hit Parade tunes every time hilsI Mozart Operatic Arias Ezlo IMiss Reynolds said she was par-
She gathered by hone mNovemfter owner sits dowemy award piano. Oe,Pza. disturbed that the re-
another untilhat she was handed a of the tunes wins an Oscar, and In this series music lovers are port were attrbu.to .--such
black stole. the pooch takes a bow from the invited to pres t program of teir., nice guy hs my brother, Bail."
,,o, she exclaimed ex- stage on Academy night. personal r ec p in d collections or. "My brother knows that we are
teily. "Loek, omama, REAL VEL- -- from they're library of Sh ei .happy and he is absolutely sick
VET. The first one." ) t O c JWB. ,that be has been used as a source
!-Here comes that- Oscar curse A cordial invitation is extended of such an untruthful story," she
Kirk Dotglas! bride, Anne Buy- again. Bob Straury who received to all to attend. said.
dens, bedded by her November'an Academy awa rdnomination for
date with the. stork,' has been told his comedy antics in "Stalag 17,"
by medlei that she will not be able'found it impossible to land 'movie
to accompany Kirk to Oregon for jobs and moved his family baek to
location scenes an his first inde. New York.
p4dent film effort, 'The Indian V
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Martha Sott I matBI, pianist Mel
Pndes~cs Uned up to get Mar- ,PoweU, is giving up his jazz career
Ionat random's signature on the dot- to become a serious music com-
ted jine are in for a blow. poser. His First Symphonic Suite
W( Odcar winner plans to scramn won the Louisville Symphony Asat-
Bovi town this fall to take to the ciation prize for a first important
Brtadway boards again in a play work from a new composer.

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HIS SHINING HOUR England's Prime Minister, Sir Anthony
ELen, and his wife acknowledge the cheers of Londoners after
Eden's .Conservative Party' scored an overwhelming victory over
the Socialists in the general elections.

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To Grow Old Gracefully Montreal Into Openersc Sc T$ogh
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NEW YORK, June 1 (UP)-Leo Durocher felt st Place Tie NATIONAL LEAGU
day-a .... :nd all because.Sal. ....i(IAMB
;:Mage con,,nue. to grow old g-acefully. L oc vot G1 .'
.- -t o NW ..NM YORK, June -(UP)- L -
Ma- Is came through again followed with AoAnothr strongpiting job by
"!atilght for thetwoblingnNew homer. Friend,dwho started the KenrLehmanncarriedh th Maon--_ 24"21 3 3-
YVork iants when he turned in cam aign with a lifetime .2-11 treal ,oyals to within sevenuA n it -. 21
.o r omark against the Dodgers, also pirttage.points of pate-set- T'3I '," 31'TKIVOR SIMONS at. L oi .. 18 22 .4A50 1 .... .1. u
elph Phillies..2-1, or his bet them in relief on May 24. tinTornto today n the Inter- t will comi p .41
sixth straight triumph. It was The score was 18-1 that time. o p o 15 AUnc Bte b PitfburLeague.....l .0 1
: imot ant ictor for the GO- ;The _6-year-old southpaw -N __ e % Atkeb Pittsburgh .. 13 S0 .$02 19,
"a n &he 0try flor the, r ww^ ,OrF, s...w Ata ti aye|
ants because It enabled them to Mose, a 25-year-old mouth- scattered seven hits In t he O n N national G olfay Leagu e trophy for 1955; but a
pick up a ane on the first- paw with a blazingcross-fire ing the Royals to a 4 are. Of tee quwtoafteap Nthat Mfw auoee (N) iAaO a
lne Dodgers, who delivery.orelieved Bob Feller in tory over the Columbus Jetis.Ot" oe"thti aA(
at -wed to the Pittsburgh PI- the eighth fnning and lim ited lasth n b t t Mon real. Lobhewillevidi to atheda nrmte am .witra lel n (N .
The Cleveland Indiana et, an- rained their fifth victory. in elarent cam aign. dil.. be out In full force SBatur- An-yoneo bl. to play On _refo.re .reputation Ooto -frW. SREULfB S r S-gM
;pter spectacular relief per- six games. MOL who had a The Buffao Bisons turnedai ful to Aat t nrday, e4, tar old. rte undefeated o nt o- -5) t11 8-
fonrmapce from Don Moassi to 6-1 record and 1.94 E.R.A. last back the Syracuse Chiefs, 10-7 National Chamons of the Unit- oresy week in the Gold Coast Sawtud6 t 0001 6u1 5 0 1t 0
edge out the Baltimore Orioles, season, has yielded only one In the only other game sched- d States and win medal as preedint Contest- brought home the N000012 4 0
d.titna ..gd o e SedK- .t assa.^7_ p ooe.-
2-1 in 13 Innings and move to rn in 2 2-3 l~nnings this year uled. Hal Erickson, who reliev- rt of NSateos an l wih m eled ,seeha i number oC bwn o brog om th of ) a4 0 Ceiv. 01 .W0 Bait l.
w 1urocer was forced to re-with oan ut to te the.R.A. ed start loer We r B r through Prent al Glf Dy lehmt. ms. number of ar Gibraltar Life s t burh 002 201-n 13 1
Wmain t mthe fro s te -or and thencored the ning MelC k a nd uor th the prOU goingthectheir partleial on In th e league. .Mi (0-) nd Wstrum, rra aa-s favorite to nl 000300 9 1
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of a virus infection last night run in the 13th. He walked to homered for the Chiefs but will add a new twsat to the inscribed With. "I beat Ed Fur cp thq '55 crown. Nando Tom 'pkend (3-1) Shepard.
but was reported feeling lJust open the frame and raced all the the failed to offset n early event. The normal dona6 to and ladies "I beatBabes expected to fill a tremendous Labine, Roeb (2-, la
fine" after Maglle's perform- iway around on Sam Dente's Bu fale barrage which enae pla in Natonal Golf Day is one zaharlas." t Rap where Olbraltar is weakest, and Campanella.
ance. The 37-year-old curvebalI double. Jim Wilson who shut the Blo nsm to grab a 7- lead doi ar, but Panam a members The Prea e ntQ he Republic t h lp en e
first nnin on tw hits and a evous start, was the heart sewd it up with anotherwith the ext adoll oin to will head throng of The lan and lanky agerwho
to striDe out seven batters and lefeat. National Golf Day is sponsored against Furgol Saturday., throw h a rer Atlantic bagr s- DFUNOUIE -
yield' only three hits the emai- by Lfe Magazne and thePro- Pro A Macarron wll have ketbah easoh because (Bed f other t '
dcr.of the way. Feller, seeking his second win A A Sn tfessional Go61fer's Association in the entry et in'the tee house a commitments, is expected Pirates AB R H 0 A NATIONAL
of the season and the 264th of P 1 gaU pU cooperation with the United starting Tmorning and to t u me duty with the Clemente rf .....5. 0 1 0 0 -
Moglie dropiled all three of his career, allowed only four States Golf Association, anyone unable to play Saturday Gib five this year. With Cole 2b ........ 5 0 1 0 3 Ashburn, 1s.33 11 M 28 .382
his decisions in April but re- 'Its in seven innings but one of m ay play Thureay or Friday o h t tw I
bounded to ost a 6-0 slate In them was Gene Woodlin home Golfers all over- the world and his re willcount. Also, ibonlic 8ders Capalbo Safell of ......... 0 0 0 0 Virdon. 3 1 4
May ad slee talk that he n which stood up unI Phil- By UNITED PRESS using full handicap will be participants ipay play-'as many and Trout and Louis Hooper Thomas ef, If .... 5 1 2 9 0 Klusaki, C 40 5 3
m'rbt be washed up as a star i''s ninth-inning round-trip- shooting to beat Ed Furgol and 18 hole rounds as they desire th become a hard team to Loit lb ........ 4 1 2 9 1 C'nella, Bklyp. 43 18 1M 3?
pc-er.. He now. ha I turnd I, per. GOLF Patty Berg. Furgol is the Unit- provided they enter their name mah in the scoring depart- 0. Preese Sb ..... 4 1 3 1
four complete games and States Open Champion on the sheet prior to playing. ment. Shepard ...... 4 0 0 9 0 AMERICAN
sports a glittering 2.07 earned ALn Th Fairway Sixteen golf pros warm up to-wile Patty Is replacing the in- Much effort has gone into the Groat as ........ 4 1 2 3 2
run average. Iirday for the annual Round Rob- Jured Mrs. Babe Zaharias, U.S. planning and preparation for Universal Sports too has been Friend p ........ 3 0 0 1 Kuenn, Detroit 38 13 .37
i- in tourney in New York with a Women's Open Champion. his Fourth Annual National selected to finish ahead of the --- Kalune, Detroit 42 153 2 .T7
The Giants tied the score a-i GOLFIN,. ,., ...... pro-amateur round. It features The men take on Furtol nd Golf Day, and all. golfers are defending champs, though opin-, Totals 38 8 13 27 9 Power, K. City 34 137 28 .350 1
inst Herman Wehmeer in the GOLFINGGOSSIP FROM THE celebrities from the business their net sore (groS tea fU urged to match their scores a- lons rem aiit "equally d Mantle, N.Y. 43 e1q4 .329
tlird inning-and it was Mag- AMADOR LADIES and entertainment worlds. handicap) is better than 's ganot thee bt in. -the United vided towardsthe first three Dodgers Evers, Baltt. 33- .24
ue's bat that started the rum- Sam Snead and company will round on June 4th, they will re- States and In so doing, aid a teams. Much depends on whe -
pus. Sal singled with two out. Vacations and changes-of-d- match shots at the Deepdal ceive a medal. The ladies prize very worthy cause--the Red er or not Isaac Peltinovitch will illiam 2b ....... 4 0 1 -4 5 HOME RUNS
moiad to second on Wehmoler's ty have deprived us of some of Country Club with personalities will be a replica of the men's Cross. be able to lay for Unisport, teese as ........ 4 0 0 1 2
wild pick-off attempt and scored our most ardent Lady golfers, such as singer Perry Come, ac- .- though Pa Moser has concern 'niderof 5 12 0 Campane DodE
on Whitey Lockman's double. The Medal Play Tournament last tor Robert sterling, co-owner treated on an evel-balance ampanell .... 1 1 7 0 w Red
They pushed over the winning,. eek was not divided into flights Dan Topping of the New York club. equal in power on the de- Amoros f.4 1 1 0 0 Mays. Glant1 ...2
run in the ninth when Don because of the small number of Giants and Robert Young, pres- fense or offense. Hodges lb... 0 S 11 0 8 nider Dod ea 12
Mueller walked, moved to sec- participants. Ident of the New York Central iFurillo rf........4 0 0 1 0 ern- 12
home when Davey Williams sin- The winners of the Tourna- Thursday, the 16 pros have W Spo quitetin the n ht- b-Walker ........ 1 0 0 0 0 RUNSBAT N
gled w.th two out. ment were: the course to themselves. That's eap tonqnght,' opening night of simmer 3b ...... 0 0 0 0
Fob Friend, a 25-year-old right Miram Glock .......... Net 0 the opening d of the round- the Gd Coast B basketball Labine p ....... 0 0 0 0 Campanela Dod 4
wonder, became the ir t pitcher Pev Johnson ......... Net 74 robin competition. ea S
hnder, became the first pitcher Pe Johnson Net on competition League's eighth consecutive sea- Roebuck p ....... 0 0 0 1 nder,
to er.t the g ,: Le is/Ete Perantle .......... Net 77 son. Bremer Jorstad will handle a-Robinson ...... 1 0 0 0 0 Berra, Ya 38
aee:on with an ei ht-hitter T the re of this youthful club Black p ........ 0 0 0 1 Mane Ya e
ed with nine strikeouts..The pt- There wis a three-.w t,. for Jockey Eddle Arcaro tried to that e rely aligost entirely e-eller .... 0 0 0 0 Jents, kRed e. ....... 13
rates supported him with a 13- the Utta, 30 a nuher make up yeste to bla..ap- WOMAN'S NTERNATIONA ed the eg of being host upon thqer 4wedand confidence *h
hit attack that intded.a bhor- andoa intan. \ ar, Ar aro BOWLING CONGRESS 371' for i.W C tournament th ae become conend- a-Rolled out for Roebuck la S
lr by Jerry Lynch.ande kI blows toll-I second favored ANNUAL CHAMPIONSIP and i v4nb meetings. -8 ers. Teir most'serious and pSnro- 7th.-R out uc
yMiDick Groat and George lriam th fi s*XHigh Gun" in the Subarban A*A-- U on tatltes upoinyt tons b weakne spe t
Freese In downing rookie relief Handicap at Belmont Park. Yes- OMAHA, Neb. With almost from to, f Francisco, enc. Most f the boys have had t-Lined out'for Black n 9th. I Tak 4
ace Ed RoeBuck. There will be .a "Flag" tour- terday, the veteran jockey made another month to go, the 37th Buffalo s nwevr on the first a little ex rience with the Cris- Sauer TBnees 0
Friend had trouble only in the nament, full handicap allowed, amends by riding three winners annual championship tourns- ballot, with Dayton five votes tobal High School varsity squad Errors: Amoros, Friend. RBI Siauer, Y ana .. .
fourth inning when -Roy Cam- on Ladies' Day this week. Please at the New York track. Arcaro ment of the Woman's Interna- short of witnng. Denver, which and have all benefited from the Cole, Lynch. C. Freese 2, Gronider Dodgers
anella blasted a two-run hom- 11,e sure to pick up a fla from topped off the triple in the tionl Bowling Congress is cer- had polled ly 41 votes on the coaching of Paul Moser, the p- 2. Camanella 2, Amoros. Do- Aaron, Bravs .......
er-his 13th, tying him for the tie caddy master. Also keep Green Vale purse by riding Cal- tain to go down in the records first ballot, was dropped and a lot of the Unisport five. bles Lynch, Snider Groat Grlim, Dodgera s.
meolr league lea0 with C!icin- i ore on putts aagin for a free umet Farm's "Sweet Nell" to a as one ofthe finest in the his- second vote taken and Daytop Little Sammy Morris, the Home runs: Campanella, Amo
natis Ted Klustewaki-and San- golf ball. neck victory over "Murphs Dab." tory of the WIBC. While many received the required majority three Smiths, brothers Eddie and ros Lynch. sacrifice: Friend. HITS
An intermittent but dense fog of the better teams, including with. 90 votes. San Francisco Dudley and 6-0 Don Smith are Double play: Reese-Glliam-
prevetned the accurate timing several of the champions of the i.as second with 269 and Buf- expected to provide the scoring Hodges, Friend-Groat-Long. Left Mueller, Giants ......... 8
of two races at Suffolk Downs 1954 tourney at Syracuse have falo third with-65. This was the punch. Add to this other Tiger on base: Pirates 8, Dodgers 9. Kailne, Tigers .........
ye terday. The fog rolled In just yet to roll, it is certain that fifth Opq Dayton had bid for stars like Manuel Perez. Ramon Bases on balls: Friend 3., Roe- Kuenn, .T rs .....
be ore the start of the first and many of the record scores will the WIC .championship and Quezada, Allen Robinette and buck 2. .O. Friend 9, Labine 4 Aaron, Braves .........56
Sd ayed havoc withe. timing nal ;ay of competition here on clalc will be rolled in this busy ily see why this team beams bine 9-5 1-3. Roebuck 3-1 2-3, Campanella, Dodge ... 54
..ev.ce.. June 12. Ohio City. with confidence despite their Black 1-2. Runs and earned
Great h te Fleet -BASEBALLT. of 26.4.. tea, .. Mis ertrude Rishling, pr es- obvious lack of experience, runs: Friend 3-3, Labine 3-3, PITCHERI
SGreat White Fleet -BASEB "The entry of 2684 teams for ident of the Omaha Woman's Roebuck 2-2, Black 1-1. WP
New Orleans Service a Ar^u ren Mam t M p T Aantic Basketball League Friend (3-1). L.P.: Roebuck (2- Nwcombe, Dodg... 01.000
New Orleans Service r.. Minnie Wloso probably will he fourth .largest In.the annals of Gold ._ _-!symbol of th hl.ost- officials are nirepaiBa to han- 2). fgoatriCubs3-1.L6.01.0u0
i -- "Cristobal released from a Chicago hoapi- the association. The number of 5I c to Mrs. Susie Spring- die an overflowcrowd tonight Aeoyo, Cardinals 0 o o


New .ork Service Arrive. medhs Eple to mrowdstonhatesr o tah 6e8ie of spirited ss na ja-re Toronto L G
tomorrow, delegates to the WIEC business man t Miam. Delegates had at the Margarita gym at 7 o'-
SCristo.................. e Moo was beaned two weeks sessions here wting s the on Ohighest in voted- 19Mrs56 tournament to clock when Naval Station and treal 15



S .8. "h vAN OSE .................................June 4 --ra- lt arav liftnth e Ixd on a tnh 3 19 5
S.S. "HIBUERA" .............................. June 11 ago and suffered a fractured history with 791 officers, board Miami during the 1954 connve Giibralta if th nT rndnthi92nn5 f,
S.. "TIAIE" ... ...................... ......June skull. The White sox say he members, city and state dele-ttn eltou at Syracuse N.Y. eason. The race a short one...
)81 ". 3..CARL",.............. ........June 19 probably won't return to the gates relstered. The previous xMrs'" uols Lasher of Albany, scheduled to"wind up on July

S 8S. "RIMIOAZAN" ................................June 25 lineup until the weekend series high reported last renamed third vice-

--GRANCOLOMBIANA, sro. A. te dlt y. rnamdt h i ie 20afnteri each team has pblayedTR
aig id we a ener age's physically fit. maPhaler, secretary revealed tel'treasurer. Mrs. Margare- rigehtdown to the finish. By UNITED PRESS



e Glnding Refrig:eratedCTilled and General Cargo Thes WnDxaoyof8an Jose, Calif., W s
Critobar from sYork, New Orlenerv, L n Sne two weeks ago. meetn DaRton, Oho was v' Ml ih Mrs. Winred Berger of Montr nydr, D. Eri on 15 nd
adinf ielder SaSmEspoitt ot Ith Ca. DIo,37nd r s o. elng etaSa Rhees lar oat-Mrs. hle. r e.
.. "SAN SE" tHOUSTON E Aa...........nJune NEW OBEANS a 8p Antonio, Tex.as, Inavan H.a 23 20 A r
Ne. orkS." ervi"c AP ALI............."..........I OEJune s wAord Ritrn the Go.oAchmond. 1 24 .4
:: :.:.. :::::............ June..Gf lOT l ERC ANTE T lo is b ongle oni Columbus., 26 .4ch 9 11P-
T.o. tleARISMI .......................June2.0 PtheTlt OaD that thomen dI willufalo ... 12 28 .1.
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SBOOSter cTELEPHONES: ILFORD & ass, and in its stead, An interprovsn wcial bketbal YESTERDAY' REUT
SCiTOBAL 2121 PANAMA 2290ships toNew aeP ing Cratl C t installed a new three- game will be played tonight yrcuse 000330010.- 7 12
HOUSTON and NEW2 RLEANS o6f 650 and below. In c :ad- The teams a t SRya Clark
'*ewl on ti ars Gisoa t~ ll olr s President Riu rpno-Montreal 02000011- 12 .2


be P es carry over lto the e? l ied $ tze thA0e tip veW
TFOTA. MERCANTE GRANCOLOMBIANA, S. RA. seas" "n o Onote i M i.
Mo., first resident of the and to runner-2 Wme
ANMNOUNES THE ARRIVAL AND SAILING OF ..was an honored guest at Mf Philadelphis,.
S CIUDAD DE CALter award w made Marion Lwihaled as the
Pbilena Bohlen of LOs queen of wqomiOWr. W iow- am
L/ 1', OaL. a fine bowlt of a ed muh of h -- mr t tll- ,,. fr a
M Wrs back. Mrs. Bohlen wU tyawbo.lh Icv d wi diw AIl-\
Jane h d 7th, UU O i or1loator. designer and rents Ind her I I BC.
A TG LO% the WIDC flag. toon fointh
SMemorial Service d r- S ad helpegM
S8. UA UAA MANTA GUAYAQUIL a".o, r bs r. -. ____
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th al creditors heard from d toran's atwo rney, Garfield W.
tte Round Man from across the ay objeted wheman Levn r-
Kear t Moran to sign his name on
Snotebook. It was overruled.
Tis migt we be a record defct or ah c I thenwrote enter Md-

Leplo vin then asked him to sign
SeA fFRU 'sCO. Thswan was the first time ycost ikad la" Peter Prd Levy objectedoa-
ande~osi ms onieha rman James (Sleepy


crash; le was The twIn a d Jacks- Densey a Before troducuitg the pur-rowe.
arotmd the edges, but even so, it looked a if h' Ive. Moran then testified thaby her-
eould that be good or bad?" he shrugged morbidly. e a Peter Perri. He said he
iuth all creditors heard from, and presumam satS t e used to work as an errand boy
Lithe Round Ma from across thhe Bay disclose the unhal py in pSomoter Hermn Taylors."
zr Stadium promotiaw on had gone into the red to the paer- htoffice "10 or 11 years ago.
ins ext of-$ 70,000.
This might well be a recorddeficit for hegweiht championships go tei payos- "I don't kow where helives
-: ene Tunney's swan song With Tom Heeney cost TezxRichrd married and dieappeaaed."
awere certainly mdes300,0. Th enotwuh: ks000 Demarsey an $3100earn te Before ntrodu the ur-
le s e 4 hte u mothers of Shelby, Mont., bleeding fromn every por e aeementr ned by Pe r-
th cr t' wA sre you're the only man-
-ut in each of th e se lance an enormous gua tIn tee wgaso b ohiab hdt "ber L ag."
the nrinary4e0 'ip re. '-Tuzey,Demp)ey and Waleott re- f re replied, rhea"
t wasd to : l6 t00 Morelano and Cockell were getting no Levin sal& the eautzaet he
mui, than h .could draw on the bauss of their respective per- had was dated Oelp. 24, 194$,
centages. And as heavyweight championships go, their payoffs about one month atter the
were certainly modest enough: $63,000 to Marolano, $31,500 to date ofn aOwet between John-
And -yet, with every -hing going for it, including good been exLibitedb yLoughrey s
weather, fine ballyhoo and the engaging fast that this was the counseL Under terms, per-
first authentic title battle between big men in these parts in ri and Loughrey were to get
more than 40 years, the fight was a spectacular lmust. one third of Johnson's purses
What happened? afterexpenes
"We thought we had something big and it turned out we LAmuhrey and Moran both tes-
didn't," is Murray's succmct explanation. "'aybe we never had fed that sums rangingwe from
a cNaneb to make a ouarter at the gate, but we could have chop- oran for services rendered
ved expenses in half." moran for services rendpreO
during Johnson's out-of-town
bouts. Loughrey was unable to
travel because of poor health.
SPENT TOO MUCH The services included making
ST hotel reservations and getting
Murray's two major items of expense were transportation, -parring partners. They testified
$27.000, and exploitation a catch-all euphemism 5,000. MIoran got no set percentage of
."Did you ever pick up a tab for 10 round-trip steamer fares Tohncn's purse.
frum London to San Francisco?" asked Murray. The little pro-I -
m',ter made It clear there are other forms of calisthenics which
anneal to him a great deal more. -
No other part of the country is so rich in iistic lore as north-
ern California. Jim Corbett was born here and such legendary
giants as Jeffrtis, Fltzsimmons and Johnson demonstrated their
cultured savageries in local and adjacent rings. With this unique
background, It seemed reasonable to expect the mere presence of t
a modern heavyweight champion would excite a lively and profit-
able curiosity. I QUESTION: With runners on
It didn't. Murray started out talking I00,00 and wound first and third, the batter grounds
up with a 5105,M00 box-office ouet. sharply between first and second
He nfesed that despite recurrent testimony to the eon- base. The runner from t h I r d
trary he had gone along with the belief that a heavyweight breaks for home. The ball hits the
elamponsmhp has an extra-4lmenslonal aspeal that sell stickets runner gong to second base be-
rengdless of the caliber of the competition. fore it roseses an fielder. He's
."Y'u live and learn." signed the promoter, "but t would be automatically out. Does the ru n
better If it didn't cost so much.". "-ount?-4rt uh.
Murray didn't give the Impression he was too eager to take AMswer: It doeS't. I sun e r s
aelber flyer soon at big-time promotion. cannot advance on this upless they
"Heavywehts." He winced. "Hell, I did better when I had are f.red when the batter
kandOr fighting for the bantamweight championship. comes t r n r. .
!y take-home pay that night was $212.60." we9;" o Jbt"ere-any ltotShet
A. Not as long as t s all wood
and in one piece.
HAND-PICKED FOE -
IThere is still a long chance Murray may be able to balance A MI 1 M .
his kooks with what comes his way from theater TV. These comrn- Wuu II
ments deal exclusively with the local gate, which had to be on m ro ct iai. u
the flush side sif y important money was to be made. white kcheobe. ar Op
As 1 wrote egaHer, actually the fight drew just about what etr UNWYO WeaS .
...it a worth. The i Brltdler was hand-picked as a soft touch by ^d imS, to
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3 RALEIGH BICYCLES


Conepen Puentes, of Colo Natioal Brewery, giv a bicycle
to the iIrl NMll Branes winner of fourth prize of the January
hk. racing.


Tadar Teler aufe recelvs a mcyclewan .by Pranc lea MarmIai
(abeut) r nt of 16, rem 1 e Street. The leaky number
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date of
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earnest Smuel White, recives from Julle t. Cuevas of the Na.
tional IBrwery a c. ft. Westinlghuse RItigeriter wan with
the first prize of January 9h Drawing.


Julia Sle val. de Lee, reaesles a iblste ans a radio from Eigel
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ed before teh .o that. o tnl
this was hi s bid for the,
Britslah Amateur championship. D ,unt a .
And it wasM short lived one. A J.
43-year-old English school teach- eaJ
er nme Re. Pttlnaon lme- M rth f J,
inated Campbell. 2-and-l, with m S elt. A M el
some fancy .putting, low the el s e-eas .
It was one of the biggest up-
sets in the tournament's history .
but Pattlson tookfl it in stride. .nCantO Today- .35, .
He just looked at the sunny In.Olinemaeopelt
skies and cemmented-"A lovely ene Tierney Van ee
day, isn't it?" "THE P TACKe
rhtfio Despite the elimination of
oe-84t. o. Campbell, the United States still Plus: Kelly Ryax, in
ig streak has plenty of firepower left. A- "The Outlaw'0f. teli
mong the "name" players still
In the runuln are Jim, MoHali,
Junior of Wynnewood, ennsyl- IDEAL Today 20, .1
vants, Rrank strafaci of Mineo- Charles Drake, i
la, New York, Dale Morey of In-
dianapolls, Bruce Cudd, the 21- "TOBOR THE GREAT"
year-old "baby" of the Walker Ray Miton, in
Cup team from Portlnd, Ore- wth On ra
gon and Billy Joe Patton ofU n
.....Morganton, North Carolina.


CHICAGO COMEBAK-1am Jones, left and Di van ae
higher nuinors ast yyi bith.ed their way bck to bg leagues. J
run game for the C at the Pirates. Donove.n Mple3-an ea
t.,ee .coppecutiv e. ..ouLt p lte White.
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153,323 Bid
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or 3 Dams,


One Bridge &
Eyohn V. Carter and John V.
rter, Jr., with a lump sum **Lt the peopl
ter of 53~,323.o, were tne ap-
trent h bidders for the pur-
emaf an removal of three emer- IBTIET, TAR
=ency dams at Miraflores and TiMRT-ITR Y3*
fedro Miguel Locks, the pur-.
gjse of the spare parLs of the
ms and the purchase and re-,
I oval of a railway bridge over I- M-
e old French Canal channelI I IE reM I
ar Mount Hope. upren
.sids on these items were open-
*d yesterday by Col. Hugh M.



wiL-t, five of whom were from
be United States and three WASHINGTON. June 1-(UP)
Ircm the Isthmus. of--The Supreme Court, In order-
W ,e second high bid was Of ing a "prompt and reasonable
-.. 0 was submitted by the start" toward wiping out ritelal|
ou,.ee Iron and Metal Comany segregation in the public schools,
Siew York. Other offer rang arreluctant southern states
a from $10,824.40 to a38,50 me to work out ticklish "local
re made by the Commercialoproblems."
Construction Company Inc.,of In the unanimous opinion
Vanas, Texas; the ABC Ironread yesterday by Chief n
id Metal Company of New tice Earl Warren, the ih
rsey; Shelton Stee Co ett Court struck down all tate
lon of New York City andt local laws requiring sepa-
Incorporated o ewYor City ion of raes hoo
ribbean Supply Corporaton o at ion f races in schools.
"oa; and Autos Elsenma.. of But It left enforcement of Its
; a Autos historic 194 non-segregation
e anama C bid 7,..6 n 6 edict to local Federal courts.
The Carters bidof thee e- These were told to require
Sor each of the three emer ..
oi d twe od rhilh are states and sc hool authorities to
c da t tmgen rfy am .s wWnh on make a "prompt and reasonable
othe awst calmer a. hedreo start toward full compliance."
on the west with the non-segregation order.
ithue al included an "Once such a start has been
The total bid also ne chasemade," the court said. "the
fer o 266.66 tor courts may find that additional
ad removal of emergency dam time is cessary to carry out
re arts, located in the Pan-.
SPCarnalStorehouses and the ruling in an effective .man-
6.66 for the purchase and" nr........
.66 -o fthe _oldWrly It said state and school an-
o o o the old railway thorites must prove to the
W'ge eegc da. whih courts' satisfaction and that
-,he emergency, amse Wh ay delay is "necessary In the
e now up for sale, are th ublic atcre t" and "conls-
Sthe origfal six erected short- e n withgotoe aicoalts-
l before the Canal was opened. :ent wit good faith compli-
"vhey were designed by Tole atnhc e earliest practicable
0 Monniche, of Boquete, one of h datee" .. si
e leading designing engineersG During the transition" it said
thel Canal construction period. "the courts will retain Jurlsdic-
Included n the work of the ionin the school segregation
rRmoval and dismantling of the cases.
r dams Is the relocation otf The long-awaited decision
air raid siren from its re- was a follow-up to the court's
e ar ra sren rom pr- similarly unamos run
sent site on the east emergency"simily unaimous ruksg
dam at MlraflorsneB to the last year that racial sere ga-
south abutment of the Miranfo- tiontpublic schools is an-"
Therairoa-d bridge, located Most Southern states # awfthe
The rallroiG Dr a eo
Over a pat of the old French court order as enftA lng thls to
Osnal, now filled in, was a swin gl.nintue p te .Nroan
btIlge. The work will consist ol w schools for year .
asmanting and removal of the Offleials In qeorgia, Loulsa-
iter span and trua swing &a and other Southern states
HpT Isaid they Will redouble their
S. -. .. efforts to prevent enforced de-.
I 3-segre eatle.
iTheI Holdin Carter, famed Miaes--
S--.w dlppi editor, praised the court's
S"middle course" as "realistic"
|." 1-W' K M [and said Southerners could "beI
u duges B eunc calmer now."
He doubted integration wll
*, 1 /take place In strongly-opposed
Wepassing at Pier 6. La Boca states without lengthy lawsuits
-gt a $10 line yesterday in In local school districts.
ba Magistrate's Cour for Cir- 0ov. Raymond Carey of Okla-
Felpe, age 0. homna called ae order "fair and
)vie other Panamauians were reasonable." He said some areas
S $10 each for treadassing in I of his state are ready for inte-
9g1 Comissary. gratUon now but in others it
were Mareelo Herrera Gon might take years.
3,38; Ramon Celestino Cede- In Congress, soqie prominent
1, Manuel Mendoza 0., 23 Al- Southerners took a moderate
lAds Ortega, and Hello- view of the order. Sen. Walter
Alberto Sandova, o0. F. George (D-Ga.) said the


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court's "cautious" ruling told the
states "to slow, but to go."
He termed t "an appeal to the
states to help work out this
problem."
But Sen. James 0. Eastland
(D-Miss.) said It means the
court intends a "large racial
mixture" in Southern schools
within I to 5 years. He said "to
resist is the only answer."
Collins said the court's order
Georgia School Supt. M. D.

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ATLANTA, June 1 (UP) -Most
segregation holdouts hailed yes-
terday's Supreme Court order as
a reprieve that will let them put
intp effect standby plans to con-
tinue separate schools for years.
Widespread relief was voiced in
the South that no blunt order
came down from the High Court to
put Negroes and whites in the
same schoolrooms for the n e x t
regular term, in the fall.
Tie call for a "prompt a n d
reasonable start" toward integra-
tion, on a local court enforcement
basis and with consideration of
complex local problems was ap-
proved by virtually all concerned.
Summing up the "middle
course" taken by the court, famed
editor oddling Carter of G -neen
ville, Miss. said that apparently
the court'9 decision means "olte-
gration will proceed at vastly dif-
ference paces in different parts
of the South.
"This is a realistic approach,"
Carter said.
'I also doubt that integration can
be achieved in the states most
firmly opposed to it, without a
long succession of suits in indivi-
dual school districts. We can all
be calmer now that the court has
taken a middle course."I
Most states have taken prelimi-
nary legislative step to break
down the public school system to
vest sole authority over the pupils
in local boards.
Several have cleared the way
to turn over the public schools to
private operation as a last resort.
State by state in the vitally af-
fected Southern and border area,
the order was greeted as follows:
GEORGIA-Govy. Marvin F r i f-
fin said Georgia is not affected
since it has no suit involved in the
ruling. %'
He added. however, t h at the
program to put state school oper-
ations on a per pupil basis in local
systems is now essential "so we
can continue to operate the schools
as we always have"-segregated.
SOUTH CAROLINA-One of the
states affected directly by the re-
manding of its case to the local
courts. This had been sought by
state attorneys in the implemen-
tation arguments last fall.
Superintendent of Schools L. B.
McCord of Clarendon Count y,
where the suit originated, said an
effort probably would be made as
"soon as possible" to put into ef-
fect an integration order but "that
will not be soon."
MISSISSIPPI-Atty. Gen. J. P.
Coleman said the ruling was just
as expected and it "leaves Negro
complainants right back in the
same courts where they started."
Gov. Hugh White said. "it looks
like they have passed the buc k
back to the lower courts."
LOUISIANA--State Sen. W. M.
Rainach, chairman of a joint leg-
islative committee, on segregation,
said it gives the state more time
to organize and fight but "we are
going to have to renew the fight
with increased vigor."
Louisiana has given local boards
authority over pupils backed by
Police power to "preserve peace
and order" without mention of the
racial issue.
TEXAS-Gov Allan Shivers not-


Be aid that at one blow tiecourt
apparently abolished state and lo-
sal lws in I' -* -ands of coIngu-

OILAM OMA Gov. Rayo
Cmary Called the esder "i and
0eahble." e said area
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ris tobal ,gh chcoom-.
mm mnien~cemant Exarcei glVM ',be
held next Tuesday atsgp.m.
The programv will b with
the entrance of the slnWors
while the hih school mOhestra
qnder the dlrectUon of 0.
[]:Ortatd plays "Entrane'and
March of the Peers' from r0
LANTHE.
After the invocatiMn, which
will be rende ,d by ROV. James
0 ;ge "NoW the .ay is
Overl be sung by a uarIet
.oMposed of Pat K elene
eBoe, ohn t, and
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Segregation Laws
"closed up the schools" of that He said Its language, however,
state "because we can't levy 'gives us mt e. to organize
taxes for a=ixed shovels our fight."
Georgia, along with Misaslsp- Louiana 1 law requiring
pi and South Carolina, h as s p-lice enforcement of segrega-
ed standby legislation perml l
abolition of public schools b A top official n the North
favor of a private system. Carolina attorney general's of-
State Sen. W. MA Rainach, flce said the osi' subtan-
chairman of a Louisiana lagis- tally what we wf .ed for."
lWtive committee working on the Florida Atty. Gen. Richard Er-
segresation issue, said the vin said the decision was what
court order "won't work." "we had hoped for uner the al-
ternatives permittd by the
court."
S I The High Court set no time
s I D e isiolin lmit for completion of Integra-
es ec son ion of public .o ol in South-
ern and border states.
it meant by a ptnomp and rea-
ead Relief unable start."r
aL Ue,1gal aut4etO atdcipated
S-- this lang W toh off
, .. Ithe first big legal wrangle a-
boards and also given the boards mon e Sou ten states resnlt-
control over the school bus sys ig In interatlea.
tem. Vllinisa, fr example, has set
uD a commission to 'study" the
TENNESSEE -Gov. Fran Cea question and is expected to
meant bad no comment but he sa claim this is uch a "start."
after the original decision May 17, Some border states with laws
M4 that it was no occasion for requiring sareated schools
ap judgment or "demagogic ex- such asM n are expected
*cterent." to start or speed integration
Bills to providesegregation on a promptly now that he cort ha
standby basis in Tennessee by i- declared thosern laws nunll and
sg local boards power over t evold.
pupils were bottled up in commit- The High Courta "middle way"
esof bo houses of the legisla- decision followed generally the
tare at ths year's session. U.S. attorney general's propos-
ALABAMA--Gov. James F. Fol- ~^eiuil, trial -
tuMin the c hoo over to ri. to -es i
rate operation. tate school s trict
Austin MeadowsPLrected that If cato oultd 4SSouth
the-- Leg"' wim'ke" Carlina, K1w-AndtheW. ,-
te Legislat u ma e t ap- rict of i dluMI
propriaton add the people wgilI The lhto hier tp. re told to
vote a bond inbue to Irovide adw- ,afeh -;i."' en. -
quate schools for both races there the rSulih od `ui -ead
wi be n attempt made to ain- as Sre nch ar t S adrtes t
St em public schools onr a racially non-
VIRGIN -Gov. Thia l n a they bad with all de-
Stanley called top state officials o lbrn, t he case e o." o
into a private meeting on the sit- e fifth anhdUast s case e-
unaton. Virginia had one of the mfore the onrt sr ueb.
cases remanded by the high court, the Delaw sre isremeurn t
The state has enacted no stand-"for such further proceedings"
by legislation, but Stanley b a a as It may, "deem necessary In
said Ie would use "every legal" the light of this opinion."
means to keep the races apart in The High Court noted that the
school. Delaware court already has or-
dered the Negro children involv-
FLORIDA-Gov. LeRoy Comlins ed In the case admitted to for-
and Atty. Gen. Richard Ervin both merely white schools.
all ed the order a sound and sen- While fts enforcement or-
sible approach to a difficult prob- dens do not apply speclficiUy
lem. The Legislature is to decide ti other-satwes, the neverthe
tomorrow whether a holdover ses- le] set a pattern for enforce-
sion is advisable to take up the meat ofWhe desegregation rul-
issue. 1ng by Rbdeal district courts
la aEd l ll stes with segregated
ARKANSLAS Ed McCulstlon, T plbllo. O Rls
assistant education commissioner Legal authorities said the
in charge of Negro schools said he cour 's decison means all such
was happy the order emphasized states mult make a "prompt and
the responsibility of "local operat- reasonable start" toward public
ing units." school Integration. if there is
He added "that has been the p- dissatisfacton with such state
sitlon taken by us and by our Mo-moves, charges p r e sumably
cal school units operating dual for would be fiV"'v with the Federal
both races systems.- court Involved.
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A cornet solo will be -iven
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Carl F. Maedl, acting princal-
pal will present the class. Pre-
Ssentation of the diplomas will by
Bigurd E. Esser, superintendent
of schools. Benediction will be
given by Rev. Milton A. Cookson
following the presentation of
the diplomas.
The graduates of 1955 will
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CZ Women's Civil Defense Congress

To Hear Atom-Test Story Tomorrow
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A large audience of Canal sentative r the qne Govern-
Zone women In expected, to at- ment Cfl Defense program.
tend the Volunteer Warden program.
Service Congress for civil de- Music f6r the occasion will be
tense which will be held at 9 furnished by the 23rd Division
o'clock tomoi'row morning in Military band, USARCARIB, un-
the Balboa Theater. der the direction of Warrant
The meeting, which all Canal Officer K. E. Holloway.
Zone women are Invited to at- Women interested in volun-
tend, will be featured by eye teer civil defense work and
witness accounts of the recent those interested in learning
aotmic test in Nevada. more about the effects of atomic
weapons have been urged to at-
It is being called under the tend.
Joint sponsorship of the Canal
Zone Government Civil-Defense I
organization and the PaAama
Area Armed Forces DiaterT
Control unit.
A broadcast of the Congress B ELLJI LJ I J r
will be made over the Carib- B
bean Forces Network for the
benefit of those unable to at- T A
tend the meeting. 0 / D A Y
Lt. Gen. W. K. Harrison, ll-
commander In chief of the Car-
ibbean Command, and Captain PRICES: .75 & .40
Frank A. Munroe, Jr. acing .S
Canal Zone Governor, will par- Shows:
ticipate In the program. 1:30 4:00 6:30 9 pn.m.
One of the primary purposes SOMETHING NEW.
of the congress will be to .a- Something Really
quaint women in the Canal Different "
Ze with the importance of
volunteer work in event of a
major disaster.
Presiding at the congress will
be Henry L. Donovan, civil de-
fense director for the Canal *
Zone Government.
Two of the principal speakers U PREMINCER
wnM be W. G. a, Danal, ,,
Zone Government civil defense
.fand Maj. J. .- riner. OCAR HAMMERBTEIN'S-
dsaster control fedofer er' th
Caribbean Command- ..
Both attended the s teBic test
In Nevada and wfl Ige their
amounts of the effect s of such a- nt
an explosion In the average 20th
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