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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: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00760
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HONOLULU, June 2 (UP)- Four Amefoan fliers put months of solitary conf
ment in Red Chinese prison* and CommUhist "brainwashing" behind 'them today
sweated out the iWat, dragging hours before reunion vtth their families.
Hig-h ever the Pacific, an Air Force Constellation droned toward a landing
Hickam field with nine member* # their famnlils.
Thvefl)f l hIours were the hardest.
For Capt. Ia9d yltsher't Ibs of thoes A enuS tled evM more widely ,ad
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7Phmaas 's President R c a r do
Ars. a .osta BRica's Preddent
b eoo tle Jar Puerto Arm u11 e s
UWnWoMew to discuss matters o f
3q* *a interest to the too cun-
w) l Presiden Arias will be Fccom,
. p2-ant by leading members of his
S administration and other officials.
*. Th party will fly to Puerto Ar.
, muees tomorrow morning then
, orthe rest of the way to the bor.
er conference site by Chiriqui
Land CQ. train.
President Arias said today he
would reiterate to President Fi-
S gueres the traditional friends h i p
d existing between the two republics.
President Arias today, in a
statement concerning the mesting,
spoi Of the traditional friendship
I* *between 4the two countries, and
Sthe coepefton and community of.
interests exists between
, them.
S In San Jose, President Tigueres
said that in greeting President Ai-
. rias att he frontier, he would be
fine- geetig the people qf Panama, to
and whom be sent his cordial greet-
m Costa Rican official suggest-
at ed him Country was considering the
possibility of having Panama Join
0DECA (Organization of Centr a 1I
American States), and that this
matter could come up for dis-
aid, cussion tomorrow.

D Dr. M. B. WIns6d

NO TAINS IN SIGHT Mrs. Lotta, Herchy watches and hopes
for & train at Vittoria Station, London, as h&r 15-month-old
son, Douglas, naps In his stroller. Queen Elizabeth H granted
*a request of Prime Ainlster Anthony Eden for a proclamation
of a state of emergency to deal with the crippling British
mranway strike.

Nixon Sees Summit Talks

As Last Chance For Peace

Iralden tchard M
the c 4

P)--Vce,men who know that the
on amd to live In peace with a

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Labor Chiefs .

Desperate A

LONDON, June 2 (UP) Organized labor team
its combined might with Sir Anthony Eden's govrnm
today in a desperate alliance aimed at s toppingg H tf.
ish rail strike but first meetings produced no ."
While Britain's delicate economy took a tte ..
there were two crisis moves: "
1) Prime Minister eden summoned his cabinet to i ,
Downing Street this afternoon, for its first full im"eet ,
since lost week's general election. ,
2) A special 10-man "peace committee" of union m .
representing more than.8,000,000 workers affiliated it
the parent Trades Union Congress (TUC) met of Trans. -
port House in a maximum effort to end the walko*at aw 'I
stall growing unemployment.
But the TUC's first "coordlna- .
tion" meeting with the non- .- ,
striking National Union of Rail- nR ky FemniUl 4 I
waymes (NUB) this morning .
Immediately ran off Into a LONDON, a (
dead-end siding. ean.se of th relway itl a
"At the moment I see nop m- gor eit a ., d
mediate hope of any solution," pasts ls tta.'
NU oa general secretary Jim m hiel Mdselffo.
Campbell said after a tense ;75-y U
minute session. .-
Campbeli's wQrd8 were PLo- ats i easpg t.m *
pEti, z a 01nt o *---t ra-.-j- -

d tln TPa"eut frn.W UWU .*, S lin O m e ne5^3^

I- -roe ,
-ihto C*M- ,honTue or or- Maro am d owo ohus had driend out wa ;r onaer o m ltnm w-n no htS n lluctr,,on o t b *
,.A$MA i. .I..o e,. fR lacmac iast r t o wdar i a t e ta s p ta a t
a Papn. f d w a s.de. htedc teo nhore U ntMash. ao ree h h aet eer t o ty o failmy wre to oi odea r- m~tathn nrowM re 'Bo b eS F 0

IbeetieRt r posal Dor disari- ed ,clic to foed t"e worl" o- andwm msof stl ca*lused Cool ol Wo 1sl

re: ett c" -.st ..a woda laeb shipfire P sE, l laet theCanlst month R 4 clear wr bIs to han p er us ment w "-i rec "ognize t he. "a~
Sto t d Thed bynt a d am t eat ons co ome. t

." e laie at a e pp .A pkman, S a. ois Pr o messin. Ni on. said I rearko prepar- nao to be nde endent anda or
Wfr tsa d. Cam* faces e and 88rtr o Teo
SaaWy Pe, nTe fiu Bas o set oot t ohnn t os te ea l toot the Nne Da ho mle ohne ol o l 've oal
Holmen. ... ported" bfy the .easor Commu- t.he w.re ,, che .. Government in a civlian capa- thr Ita'no question" about the Ww uiato a psgn B Thc ht .... ,.. ,?.? ,..
tatrne p oro- tteh b theo laens o m1f or werec paeaeef u oa navoic on rer e oa od Rt e un Internatdsn l ae.l .

co n feen ce^ y Nestra ati- The ltar ig nip do d Aay N that .unassoon)the p ai o H ie centre e ad by ther ed f" de liqe ry atiote o nl ve no ana setncepe e ttoei r re oMons ersl tf rorm a biodnt a t rn
,ore hlt- werr e I h et aeg ttw h meaM y arss a baamte, r* tmn appart- cMaed-ea--is5 -rlh-

r, a.,t u as R isonwt, US aleda o mr gaa toYe Hothewag t er -a.__ alter- dWs desiatond Ihtent" of free worNt h era ern -fa t p- to q p thl o hea pe te
tob an .i'a-nn
Sle n* sae lulu yesterday o said fel a l eut t p o e l lea rs for peace m t _A
he trial sou med_ te li k "beoin 1,Winlh , orm T&Mrtd a sr o c t.onT at e e i "Le hn that world pul e t tt on l

hatve had to 1 omredthge- w f x *MSre "h r- w be o Jpbe sufiionyoar .r a e sn eane tor .e wa fe 1 tW
ie s tono the for wwS d r nrk he t the is atrasfed, H to he said. lIWh er o mo' ..

SahiSS^a thtoe,'s rang purDhbll- ployers an would be to ad Waldo a pr
haa sd ild.n pIro br 0eB a oo t he Cab( io ,hag ti e h ul s p ltheU tae ad.ne tether hor e- ne wared that from pgex- tv deen
t.h ,1ri.._ 7.._... -pptor and ----an at aeui *o. u esday ledufflceintly to tighten the dlcal serlic. He hasr been re- p dirnce.. must assmeo" th- -Federation ofaoCm led C01 firemen ahkedf-,

,u -wi h o m a tsa] d a nt r e nd his. s8 re he m renreo p e, re t er an s o dof ae ,Md c .e __.h.. . .. .... . a s o
atLtdeI p s n the e w-ra nl enry ato ofgrbso d r anlM- ml Aid nigta i g ay
n. t h pe sonal aney gI ob a ly tP a Hew arrive l yesterday aboard Cm la er oa p op lesef ar-

at "yd s my uoe nehr a Gov ie n oe ost Of Iilcer aos C I
tth "cane t rathe ta a Pa! G lRezba 25-yerar-ld Th e amop g" # re0e4o-fo 2 to ?n t
1l o ir Ve .art . the CIStom the s United T -eadi Ptpamna taximan ws w dT i N tuhe1ii, 6 2 80Sw iehe
%IeL Og" "n ... f "s-'-- lu was e W lls od, Can me Arml aynd Navi rvieu Nrthn arMolian tc t ti m re-C outle sterdy fora 'falue.t d--r-pmacinwnwdeceve..o.I
a trial but implied they ires"beingass &c tomnr~e ach Army TvInNP~rlated. Of dah ton Hospital 4t af at the ti -po f i gbe t er lo k kt celve sal ies a o
haveh adt th ie ft Amet rtch fi.t two men hallway e Trailere pum a and Portable ver ontsof idN tio n.r .hniet. m ove forw etheptowar th eran- o was find'annadditional $5 .......workersas aWntw y
atPt Impe poti p ,ees oor.pmp rused to amond Mera l Colleger ando s o n da ld an.. nseei cof aoninda t U
TO.n adqu h ioee tw h cthr10 I four-lea rass wereathed Ikpump ing o the launches. 'Hopkins. dsi e homatne" Mn ion said. ffrtomfot sta x- Judt oe tee ore o 0a. th _,, ..,"
h a d b ad-h 111 0.pe n a. or t-r a f w t h e B bewo r i i. T h e v i e p r e s i d e n t ha t t a c keS i c Ha eo Osr t. g a G q 1", Pta n a s p r e a oi nn d u st or w
. latari who boarded the .d .24 by loweve.r e n l tble R _,,proopobsal for tae-Medtres assvng..s tage l.drs h w a a m aa

Of_. Gen..t Marutu. u.r sm atain.hed ae t o .at ItfCor-h.bom t tedtaa ma 'np. w .1 6

W Mr.H Nebl e, aAmedla .m a .t. r WAHINGTON, June 2 (UP) istive conference yesterday thato p ea ba s, today wa etence to cy re utons poc med b er I
ir. a pr n-e.re ai. *1-- b--.rSr., p--terrom Ds kwh Thetethe ne r al o las a cpbe "But they ,are t e d ab leH w ine n tforamurder.ggetdiquaYt o i o

er hA% m Fiper i h h o h b forti employee w the Pls M t.et e une
r 'mt_ I nHup mp ine doomse poto fl=n for hi paact f trma OSrnaD. Johston (
Jr. SW.Jef!Ity4WA. l M= de th ca oiUed. committeee toy for almOSt cer-IS.C.)of the Senate Post Office" dire tio n ." hi.
-.. u. ..u, w as LhiteSI .fr"wsfied$taorn approval and Civil Service Committee saidretroad
--ibl~ u-er-,-,u-' +lth ,- T lh.. Committee chairman Tom Miur- there is every season to believe"'
Ar2e-- :,- ht hi-sW- .w So OarayO (gD-Tea)- who Plaeed the the new mea wlesPPi, nedt sonwli continuetoPetu d.
m.Sente ensure before his cMm- byMr. enoower. ,ohnston e
,, 5Abe''," fk .mittee In closd doo r ssion;, sored the bill. The postal wores Cistobal and wil e
4At- b n predkted tha the committee have not bad a raie since 1951.AnteofIus.d-tay
andW..go 1000, of te -grou nda.. would approve the measure fPor The bill the resident vetoed e nsla nia WofT
MWfls- .bulbs In ibowrad.House aton with only one minor provided fosl fpan averages per ansylvamnJa. w hot "i' '
Dma amendment. ej posta~:l~a i n Sa t. 'hme
a... CAM- fce.Jo. a Ws.er"lThere willgbe no opposition to Mr.n t rina n gD it, oat when he e theuIdl
Th istn ntoa o it," he told a nuporteo e said it cost too much, fiveriieat-
Von WAnotodyaas sen en edso eguatm-an instrumentmon on' i
-W. themo..'s rk epult pioyesabldd be hard vito ad Witsn w prarteetog -i _
A... n g. -_ biyj 4ett&eda_, smePeP. o 3woud". Moss (- minister u admibsurer in .
5: Neb._ _.t..b.an t C-mTheali, mote leader of .egthegroup the admIaistaepton or and ee .. as
MIr1 and'! Sr., ,.t raise f% postal worktelr, the ret rmeat othe e.
I'mo C Asadu in the e a sure, isir entOinDictehnsto
Jr.,B ta m. CA vs- Com tn last SapteR3hUsrS
MM Be tll jtoWa-as t-d w other ftre wustlikere
u.03 1 o.taIned erorvar.e u Final a eirv oeCm t mi ptalee
i o ,s e xv1rwha cd,, pected clar he w ay for m e, sg,
pist Offic an Cl-6
miteewin closed.e do 1 tho emuPyea. mumim cthivil. h stal wokervcq
Iw o ld p p r v e t h e m e th e f o r Th e b l th P r s d n v t

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tE 09M Ii.ITI CaNrTAL AVENUE 11WwN 10TH1 AND lS,- SN3H.,
~"~A;I FealM Ium NTAivEU. JOeHUA 5. POWERS. INC t -
,- "45 M AADison Av NEW YonK. 17) N.. Y. q.",

AOSgYEARmmm. I naSs. at e. i I
Sword. *" o d
The Mel kn oistea. gpe fum t ey reeersn 91 The Famma Amr qeo. .Tn h theuFe Communist blee o .
itNes t ae eeived groet fuliv aend ye handled ia a wlhlly rtes oIde l F eral. eF Parlilmnatn leak our
V ita litary secret
A tve euine.Ite a letter deno t beImpe is nW o dueset doesnr 'rolighr twe French \Eectrical
out rg Leutes l ev published i. the erder received. sad co t chen u-ilosis leak the
Please try t the letters limited t e opage lect. i e red de
ide.ity u t w r _te, held le strictest s..tdea. ta .u.v l t h mityb.S es : and the
emp101 coninule. s f agents o there.
o -- The French Communist Party
'and remh mmN labor il

he es d The Frech intoernal anti-Co- w a

,a n ttbnte n p *6,".
wre e zed this story for impmularky it as. I.\r1 hs.:he ejOcome oln

The public knows tha the only treason fr the frer o the French eCouivaenst Of o. s R c
.wa to meet competition n caued by the low rates of Panaa's n F ral ourts. "That i ds, he gtt h t soed b. lePak S ,
APA airlne. It also knowS that if APA is nov forced to the government doesn't la.t. Thi4 , e e mdiev e.m,
all, the airline fare to Miami will pro babl revert to its former Ii the trial o0f Dily e, the ae .ei c-w.
outraeous level anti-Communist undercover poie n g V8 A
aat wOfral basted the bi T 8
It is therefore incumbent upon the local public to continue o t H pand reh wven ia a
AIRLINE FARE soon t enche Contlbre

$ofing th mofre eusiansg aanhasro gi
i, support APA if only th ensure that the low fares to Miami he had the temerity to e poSa .- -. .t rli WItr all i y sg T Pe next cha pp1rlil nI. tI i atm1
continue. fc s agents Coth usians ei B blec s a his te dn os wtrit foer oeblh T- PeaVse 1A g l ai e.Hea ot
Perhaps, o, if APA prospers and grows it can open up a cao ovemt a r ltet aple of poliledu smr-
rOUT, routes, my. tO Guayaqusl 1nd10 Lima. what an oppConedraio ofe miltar The corp d g a o o example I've meer .. .....a "o"ias of s of.hsT l i"ee s-geor i g

tIne'rlontestainnhed airioundes trip1 cents per mile whi = ch mo re11113 1.gd ,m isIIl te Fr enh C, ae .a
I - . -eo i sure, however that. the publil Of that Much Ofoe this could come ou ien
at double APA's 6 cents ert Mi. The current ists who run the Soviets' glo* all task-force r s on gover n at One of hemr, W
lt te to Lma is .6 cents per mle. labor outfit the World. Fedeatlon men t rnl t be "cla ts owner Charl
o comprion us tes within the l tow rates, Aand to Mexi- of Trade l nios, which ges i fled" and e's threatned to backed I fl e

palromecut anyone, tu. e apgte d so rinl son T.an
o ad Perto Ri co vary from .8 to 4.5 cen per min e. tor every g eoe dho gelea-tn .o pot at n i Co cltrnaG

ollt a fare ofi 12.1 f anad 11.6 cents per mle ca n e uit nl t o ..e tU O e r ed tapes ab a lo wfad p br oe ac
Stad d vl aPaci nfic Coau st waterod nt.ver y ot wuR e nd apoolk tt.heb ejo" Witl b.. F
t& upond AArIHfnlohf Te present toturlt fare so t imiIwod p peartatHodr e r A by,
MIaonagu Ni rau r S an side l g es .us.an world labor Oiutfit _Iis not too vamilar with the aw e wfm ofSen. t Dirk.

Peis aItually greater thahn tvhatye from t hA p oancItsche ua ins- r port en erp lperaa not a Ionaa p ubw lives
.e Cam@e bul ding at o Seilepsraatec I reata qeh i whih hooa o corr ortde fnse secr tsbst a e eo ria-Pk aea
ow ael d...hiveeor nt inu, p r,, her b ,eatr dhsa r nAI e Ru the al r a ge i it n d N. anTe ntlayrlol oI tolaeut them bo nyoe pnd eeanN ireportfued taW nuta ucrascy Wthe l a.. TL wa hlis
SraF s n rcaton a eva anar cn rol o a-stoa hoa the Unit a reate nda tth .n Irtot. eiemaTfhs
Itcatould y thaei d ei toal trhe -teducton G il o l questions. g e ba r no e orI e y .o ld tae at te was b, p in ea h t lb toitg a"o feat e a s m the eC i

rou r th is c abegnngL ho l .v rm at h N o hl o e iaen renst andlsm the i. Was. sp eiorthed beasrO notthee b vos to FR enti r he so of th Uieds taeo usetho uictis cm issi n .
l els hs. e t m re e hvei old a he p chi l kK T Sethi t been against the law is pantIl not sup g vnt prtoY srat, he

-to re dL ob l dc wm ss eh po ea ir at resim sl p ise te5 hw av om U S w drw ea ie tht roran n n a
toeauinohu r i y n tae tofiri e ~es cn aad t He I gm t Aw e- Ain government, i gan an approach. a judge o-
eiWuthoentc a toearn ta aeer c t i v es for the Commun We are just finishing up a pr-a piece read omew he in wh eho olat of ors for oy H o over has'tg a court trial But other

StheyOn a hl ientet who d ionil nl r alht or pe the toA A e o Ad o phe x n t
HOWlafaer eomm 1.ats. Their 11 ce otrs th gaoul.on, amtd mo l herase lrde, aheesent. o'a Iotma ker no e wf s e beon d wtoy- tInnele. ai fo re t. a. .
aeyoond wrllththworeh s Thse prseotltnouitfr feom Lima Pacific Coo .m ho raped
This ove lb ni otlrdg o an ie y commp coldnmceo wae' t on atheHousbereaso usedro bear ed, t h SV AttR
o Pates. ) cWFTU. ie s run by aFTn om mo n o t y e te pn ac t yea rso ro-M a, I said you doore o anthr e.res.labgthM-pSaolatHole
itto se th ve lwhat m t oven be called a and milk then l It f w ing t ,o S a. A so over news-leaks, asked publisae rice, a Dl Iser

e as r nnt as any v eral leprosy of the spirit, and foods that could le all the n me with castor o an fire newsmen wo puished an er t

p ai t edor ear Iine ef ll TAat f hopig tofl thmt nrrtcthn l. erd t FCCt o- o th .n oe
t an. an et n and around unust only onlule that we must symptoms of a cold, spinach I told her igin, Ma, that astr st.

T t r n mpracn or some 1e0 or e lthe pao t wn ea man he l - .- y d tr o.tpolm\bau -r aoy
ome also has et hese he o oe ly nd n a says to a .edo this I s a perfet ex a e of e a a
FrFet o trnday wbic i eogut opinhiton Wsh d he bl or0nie ep ct wse pu, 'Ih iod tahowua stway ndn wec yU r life, Peas AD CC a 0 "

Sew oia ee rs end Chis ate o me m *t t ofr
con tinent. or e hat doctor th'n he said one a do n. e iHeroe am physical weretck andh CA I ,e aD tINt oi O J

p clanrt in u tion andarthat w l spichig s dea o etere th o ea m a counwoel c ah hapter Inv ASl \
The WF buldin has a staff ma's mk another mnns And U.N. great)It's au her fault for not iistenngW Trhej s .f ceinent. i
andwil threfre"onhmetolatef o0 top niozle, most of. whombi a e- inP maU w swelsPIe r- aPech. of Io mi wzm au theh my sage eounaeo. ,,, _wa "'rl "Hovr "'',. -. a

a:e FreCommun istc Comm ss, Thith .e .au It sometmesimoters of te land, which Oinos whyno Itomakes no dffenee whatso-', occs, tday when.,x- .l M
Create. T oniress tf the a ntiallt ve y e r t on, ang out n But you take me as a pitiful old n me wth tht belth-foon ,versiges cou ti oarW, isi Wdy AUVJ l KA O URRA
International Confiderat on ofimilk rs.stuffing down ieexample. I've been sniffing andbit. s.i .e .a e own l ,
Free Trade Unions aICF y a e, cing chocolate barssnhezmg and wepin at the eye es this dyo rse r pro amt Crinstobl h C hol will

upt the couaroeee te thp ne lwfeg s lntwhlie ina Va ad to thA genewsra ks ask listhof bersi ihevJo
gIt s osh tem. ov3ets le.n psl%-ike a era man, er sce I w tiny lad, andwch otch. W sh rareit, s m hold a l i re a
rtooaew wd~- a T~U~ US -R whaNGTON (N ot A -Ih thoe Ame rican ap ronal and diS rom teeir patn llt, oa pdlle that aityvndiemfoooal 0s w ng-to n s ote was erm' .l
i ie o e American hprevall tni Un. av minor tanisn the number .on actually o C eommun opt.
o the ae e fineopln wat tor Uioed States t creatio in man e sy, woehy, asd frte v r d etl tr del
daywic isenughto-tept-wspinach ifosrd by the fact e s' the noen-tau n wreck y 6 Pearson.

contain enet.e here the atbv al ot her U vos, ainedfo-s. p e tk eH, e n p or bi amnotysite caltwee y um handN ""UnI Sta
there d y lunbedit: .q.t. y dinkt it in l nthe mamoi I dept edo, I tao d .trmat b t's ad.e.l ll.,-o.r*ultfornttabyds,,
"The Cm munis h s.Thia been ier m oit.hed wh oke.t youhksowrte a e endwhi ahnd cir os the limo oover icoes a from t hink C net" fo d cic t anebe b-
Chiefasig ,n entt onraphises tn do etor', d.t wrn-sp. aches and cany being I s..tft boeeong W kamnowiethatre It coameth s heosa isthb"ryere .oCpt 'd
athe rInor to ft aiou re h IOnl W as.eBt 1 bornut n b oftfhe Ae ab ou rn as the candy oIsgn't from, on we, Dot '.running errandss -for.o-IuNo m Ebr wp-nO.
long re and- of theat eh ne origetodeavornging-o uth ini Bt yos.. keseash... ..uld ir m wth thator worrire aboureepotiebona r,-e -"
Intera tionalonfee ra te ronuf-milkato s the f.ingdow ith e xam pleb o.Iha'veb. So t ay ,Can haa s beoe I vocation aii be at so!en

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Frau h onit against any efforts byl o l ter p / we p opi ou, h ddolwllCtl toopnl,
Tehis ad ett r c t.rie s p. .nhe de t, bId i w at er this week, that the attorneypri pal o CrbetE A C C olb a l

ote TUrefletingaimbort4Eighty per cant of the Amerinprovaof U. .have.uamor ane. e numr o acty ommuist A pan solo entled "N
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oa in atho Utted Naods. Ofly crthe wet org outo th U.N. a num-the United Stts is a long waybe played by bert Mcr-
t"hel t pull out te there 5 ier cnt vents ed about e same ver te m from within. With od sungby ,-
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who an sfay it more charm- not H t O eep nonmember a mst aggressonT, support rose to6 hlurdif m. vor of U. S. witdrwal.. Jick Puenioy, t he former the American Management AsOCl-
Igy." m"o ed isarminglye than--thte couna rA(ooeinri c4 per ceintn p c atprovale l f other grw oo Almlr- palpitating, pistol-packing amba- alton reported.
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f tin LIW' government oruanization, adpe onlcese-fire agreement. American shoud the some f ete of woin o or-' 'it"in
ptvr eant favu t h su-theiadmisionoftfrthedU.N. hs on-ipezatro. d.
by -te a ..bt thi Onl-pe cantofthe rI. has fluctuated a few ptofh above cear adnfuaernaee nR was 8 pe r "
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Ggas awy been a tar.
At least, 's oaways meed
be w.s a even wht V he
Su. a st. as. .
star. He did everything but earn
like a star. It made it a little dift
M1,t to figure out his finances,
it e never worried. He knew all
slug that some day he would bp
And now he is. Now, when he
cood beliving like a sa t r, he
-onesz.v He's stil expansive and
gs e) us and flambo ant, Out he
plyed the star's part much ore
before he actually became a star.
SHe used to borrow money. Now
he lands It. A while ago a man
who had once loaned him $ 5000
(whichhe paid back) came in,
asking for a $500 loan. a
Jackie let him have am,0e.
who remembers what it is ,to eed
money, "he needs two Go."
sald be was expansive and
flamboyant. He is. But to me. the
most amazing thing about JR-ckie
Gleason is his min. I think he
is a genius. Le me give you a
few examples of how his mind
works. GLEASON AND DURGOM: Jackie got bored, went home.
He thought it yould be good to For a time it was law. He readlets," he said, "Before somebody
haye an over head camera shoot- else gets e iea ettr llp
ing down at the dance routines of complicated c legal books. Not he eth swimming iod o B cmpanleslhi,
the June Taylor girls. We called knows so much about law that his rigmtoAway cIe
CBS and said we'd like to have an lawyers ask him for advice. rIve t a h
overhead camera, please. They lea rned never to arguewith him; And I would have, too -except
said it was impossible; te y'd he has all the answers. that Jackie's publicity man, Nat
been asked for the same thing by At the moment, he is reading Kahn, just couldn't contain him-
Ed Sullivan and other shows. a log about psveychic phenomena, self any longer. He Jave it away
"Impossible?" J a c k i e asked. religion, hypnosis and medicine by bursting out with laughter.
Why Those are his current interests. Jackie Gleason, the star, gives
he thHe's developed a wonderful hs friends and associates only one
They told him what the teoi, sense of discerning the public's problem-trying to keep up with
cal problems were. The best en- taste. A perfect example of t h s him. With Gleason, the only wor-
gineering minds at CBS h ad n't is his venture into mudic. W h e n ry is: what next?
been able to lick them. But, inhe first said he wanted to lead an
side of a week, Jackie had rigged orchestra and make records, I Next: Audrey Meadows has her
an overhead camera that works must admit I thought he was nuts. say.
fine. We use it every show. He wanted me to be a partner in i
Another example of his b r il the deal, but I said no.
lance happens each time we have
a conference with out crew of lie. went out and made the
-iters. And that's every week. master records, anyhow. A n d
One of them will start to outline had to try and sell them to t he
a situation for a "Honeymooners" record companies. There was only
plot and get maybe the basic idea one company-Capitol-that want-
out when Jackie will interrupt. ed them. The others felt, as I did,
"If you're going to tell me that that he was out of his element. "
such-and-such will happen and And Capitol bought the masters--0
it'll end with this-and that, f o r- for only $1,000-just to cash in on
get it," he'll say. The writer will the value of his name. They didn't
tlue gawk- Jackie time after think the records would sell ei-
time ahead d the wr t- thr,
SWell, evbr y W wr o t
never fi ed ahool, Gleason. The ubc moves i. s rec-
yet he has a vocabulary that is words. They're ways at the top,of
fabulous. He got it, of c o u r s e the best-selling album lists.
through his reading; he'll re a d There's another aspect to Gles-
two or three books a night. He son. That's Jackie the practical
likes to read everything he can joker. There's nothing he likes
get his hands on about a subject better than a good, clean practical
that arouses his curiosity, joke. Once my wife and I were
going to meet him in Europe. He'd
gone over on a combination busi-
Russians Japanese to meet at his hotel in Paris, then
go on together. We'd made all our
OpeJn e degala ln plans on the basis of meeting him
p n and traveling the rest of the way
for Peace Trealy We got to the hotel all right.
SBut instead of Gleason. th e r e
was just a note: "Sore r y. Got
LONDON, Jiune 2 (UP) Rus- bored. Went home."
sla and Japan today opened e- Another time he was giving a
gotiations for a Japanese p e a ce big party. The invitations were e
treaty which the Soviets hope to sent out as a form, all starting
model on the Austrian pattern. the same way: "Dear Friend-."
Former Japanese Ambassa dor Well, Jackie's good friend, Toots
to London Shunichi Matsum oto Shor, got a little upset by that.
talked through an interpreter for Toots thought he should have had
45 minutes with Soviet Ambassa- a personal invitation, and he told
dor Jacpb Malik. It was the ina- Jackie so.
gural session of a long series to
be held at the Soviet embassy in He hired a huge truck, and had
London -and in-b et w e e n meet the sides painted with a special
site that both sides agreed on. invitation, reading. "Dear Toots,
Come to my party." And the truck p
The closedtalks apa re nt y parked in front of Toots' restau-
were being conducted in Russian. rant all day.
Matsumoto was accompanied to 0 moreuu1 Glesson stunt is
the opening parley by K. Niizeki A more usual Gleason stunt Is
first secretary of the Ja pnese cook up a fantastic ac e
Embassy at' toekholm be a usa e and spring Itdon hi ass no.. tes.
th tod s mee..... ws a ourschemes are so fanstic that we
The Ja byese delegate enter r a d have a tough time figuring out
thestaPtely Soviet wEb ass at l whether he's kidding us or not.ts/

Intensive Spanish Course for NON-SPANISH SPEAKING
PSOPLE from JUNE 13 to JULY 21, on Monday, Tuesday, ,
Wednesday and Thursday, at evening hours.
ELEMENTARY (Bastc Spanish): From 5 to 6 p.m. L
ADVANCED: From 6 to '7 p.m. (In this group special

attention dedicated to conversation, corn- c
noaltion and translation .
Registration opened at Secretary's Office (main build-
Iag of University) from 8 to 12 and from 3 to 6 p.n. from
June to June 13. High School Diploma required to students
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WASHINGTON, June 2 (UP) fled that it would leave '
Crooner Die.: ,asA.4.u, nus- open to deportation.
d of Rita Hayworth; won a The board., hov
temporary victory in federal dis- that there was "o atw ,
lrict court yesterday in-his legal and upheld a preve-
fight to avoid deportation to his tion order by a peelm -
Federal Judge Burnlta S. Mat. Haymes also an-
thews ruled that Haymes is other legal battle wi e
"not deportable" because he did ernment. He has filed In ..
not legally leave the United Tax Court an objection to a gov-
States whet he pursued Rita to ernment claim that, he owes
Hawaii in 1953 during a whirl- 112 700 in back income taxes and
wind courtship. $6100 in penalties.
The judge held that Hawaii
2 the United tat s." The decxl- l
over-ruled an order handed
Last Nov. 5 by the Board of
mmunlratlon Appeals. The boardT h Be Uu
ntled that Haymes should be de."
aymes' legal troubles started
In May 1953, when he followed
Xt to Hawaii to press his ma. UNITED NATIONS. Jue -
trnmonial suit. The Immigr~ion (UPI Six f er preasients
service contended he re-entered of the United NaonsOeeeral
this country illegally because he Assembly will speak during the
Is an alien and claimed exemo- U.N. tenth anniversary com-
tlon from military service in memorative session in tan Fran-
World War rI. cisco, June 20-2.
Dr. elco N. Van Kleffens, of
Judge Matthews ruled, how- Holland president of the ninth
ever. that there was "in 1953 no (1954) Aaembly, Will preside at
entry by Haymes into the United the meeting and will speak at
States from any forelen part or the opening session Monday
place or from an outlying pos- afternoon, June 20.
session...accordingly Haymes is Other former Assembly head
tot deportable." will give the orm nin addrlesa
Ss A a- on succeeding days, according to
worth.w athe followingtentativec mhed-
g rd irV e. I'mso 0 citc Tuesday-Paul-Henri Bpask of
ad S .vthat I ca l Belgium, president of te firat
came a a wonderful surprise "a -. Car.os P..
o Mop Wednesday-.-4e. Ca rl I0oaP.
HaymA' attorneys had arge4 R6mulo, of ti e a PhllUpinss, re
that the ,McOarran-Walter Im- d rIdn of the fourth Ass ,..
migration Act.. under which .the Thursday Dr. I Ad Padills
singer was ordered deported. Nor 'of Mixic, preuldet of
fleal n n ieia Hradwai A- the sixth Assembly. o
ka and Guam thin the Friday Lesr Parn, of
be'unds o the United States. Canada, president of the sevYeth
Government attorneys said .,- ... mbly.
they are considering an appeal S turday Na srol. *te-
from Judge i Latthews' ruling. M, of Irr-. president of !he
T*e government had agreed to fifth Assembly.
ieT the 38-vear-old Hayme re- President ,isenhowers an
rSaln -i.nthis country until ,his nouncement that he will wl-
case wi be reviewed by the comne the delegates on June 20
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P e AffairOffleer O of e Amerilea 3mbsasy I. Panama and his fmy bate today approved a 21 per
lati aring for a Statdode vacatole in WavlAnto D.C., where they have tent lash in unds requ d by
ta e the ummer. Seen in t e labrlne of Toemen Airport are Sandy Casler, his PrElsaehower to run the
Da a ee, Mrs, Caser and OCrb opher. This was probably the first occasion White House and three minor
e e for their photographs at am. government agencies next year.
St i The cut was the sharpest yet
I made bY the Democratc-con-
dUnMed.-M ador the Quarry Heights O f ce r's few days with her sister Mrs. trolled th Cogress in the
To Bealse i lCluShirley Maduro of St. Petersburg, resident's budget requests for
EN t To te Isthmu I Florida. Prodeeding on to N e w 1he 12 months starting July 1.
The AiM of the United Fatrchilds Leaving York she will visit with her son The House acted in approving
States toC .xr. Willard Beau-'For summer and daughter-in law, Mr. and a $21890,700 bU to run the
lac, is est, with Mrs. Dr. and Mrs. Graham Bell Fair- Mrs. Hugh Delvalle of Hartadale White House, nd t offshoots
Ceaulaen Mrs. S. Schol- child are leaving the end of this and see for the first time. her the Suboverse Activities Control
laI Ms .t a ;Crests. week with their son David on a new grarldchild. On June 14, Eu- Board, the Forein Claims Set-
at r4- Charge d'Af- vacation of several months. nice will fly to Paris and there tlement Commission, ad the
ahire .of the United D r Fairchil4 will teach during she will be reunited with htr oth. Amerlean Battle Monuments
States ~t Pfania and Mrs. Bob-Ithe summer at the University o ler son Malcolm, who is further- CommPleson.
ert B. .Meh ge invited a few~ lMichigan Biological Station. Mrs. ing his art studies a tthe Sor- The bill, which was passed by
frids have cocktails atthe Fairchild will spend the summer bone. voice vot, now goes to the Sen-
mbea ton .i w ito h the with him there while David will Ner wonderful mother, Mrs. L1- The total was a ,810,009 less
Mb a cs is s rt ing to visit relatives in Nova Scotia. liae Madure of Colon, w ill than Mr. Eienhower request
NM. .ilac. s reulf, ofg .to In the fail, David wilf enter Ex- doubtedly be vicariously enjoying ed.
Santiago ter two mons's v ter Academy. When his parents Mrs. Delvalle's long derperved va- r.n
it with'k* Loivlleireturn to the Isthmus, they will ctMi .Mr. Eisenhower himself got all
Kentucky-. Amba ador Bea be joined by their daughter, Miss he asked for: 1 0 for his
, j joinedd K I e States a f e Alice Bell. Fairchild, who will at- Evelag Mower Held own pay and expense allowance,
weeks tend school here net season. For New Baby Sy $2.55O500 for operatic of their
Mrs. Charles M. Keenan of Cu- White Houe offlee, $3S 200 for
Sabi pt~Weddl g IAWC Elects New Officers rundu Heights was hostess for a running the White House man-
in i d .Iallathm Precedes Lascheon baby shower Wednesday evening sdon and grounds, e nd 1 million
Invitt es ,re isg suede by The election of a new group of honoring her sister-in-law, Mr dollars for his emergency fund
CapmtaS n rM A.lex M Leod'of ficers of the Inter American Carl A. Serger of Ancon. The President's council of
Patterson forI wedding of their lWoman's Club took place yester- Pink and blue, including bou- Economic Advisers, which want-
Thoiniston, USA, oniday. quets of shell and torch giner,-ed $340000 got $325,000: the
Wednesday, e I th. of June at he Mrs. Ruth Gomez was elected were used as decorations, a Offie of Defense Mobilization.
ae a president balloting held yesterday variety of party ga s were another White House agency,
Base. - .at the cub's headquarters in An played. got $2,125,000 a 5,000 cut.
Immoal m owuthe cere- c~~e o at n i Frances Saunders was With the honor guest were her Aumt all of the. 10,000 re-
many, tou u b held at elected ftst vice president a n d mother, Mrs. Harriet K ee n, ducton was made n funds for
,_ Miss Heteurtemate won the Mrs. Philip Briacoe of Santa Cla- the Forern Claims Commission
majoritZ oA the office of second ra, Mrs. George Daniels, M r and the Battle Monuments Com-
vic k te a the 00-member Toodoro Atlas, Mrs. Joan Scott miion.
tg orga Miss Cecilia Rias, Mrs. William
Toediy at 11 a.m. the new offl- HoloweU, Mrs. L. B. Hunncutt,
s5ori irs ~. bR i talld Mrs. M dams, Mrs, e .f
Pul ata~_c~t thMCl ub bud-*as.Er.dwa d e
U V tMrs. .ha and Ms. St
.... a nb'I:1 Watts.
dur wdeeb Eunice DelvalSteve A1ia, bornkay 1, itt
a .Leaves For Eqrpe.. Gorgas Heopital, is at home now
Wr ,wrence and I ,eittag yesterday for Miami, with t.hea-rger family.
M"ol. Ba1 Y ,on the first ,leg of an extensive .
age'the first time tour,. Mrs. Delvalle will spend a (Coetinued on page 1)
-most a in the whole
Thblist Of now
noun liUgary this week

Ntonto Live365
Days -itdler; Two
Minu Midnight, Davis,; 10. 0Ins C
pare as ookforEx-
pect sulook; The
Art o 'Driftwood Ar-
rang oto A GuidC
to 6t moth I;nCUMeth-
ods,. movies, Barry-
more; ge, Hananon;
Nave Travel, Hope- ,.
Plc TIe NJudas Kiss,
Drath the Daughters .


Sericon women
I down so h


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Make an additional bedroom with a


Special Offer
With Spring and

A Klrkeby Bst

H" -1 1^ 8 this pWotographia
c e believe wha appme fi Robert Creagh
of Memp Tena. Ie ran into a peaoh WeSle driving In Mem*-
phis. Creagh was *ut slightly, his wMadbl~i4 broke ad .thO
pelhen was temporarily knocked oat, Bince io one kndpr tvlere
the bixd came froinm,uthorities told. Creagh Iw could claim it, if
.. nled a .





i Here is the perfect final touch
to smart dressing for formal wear,
Superb cuff links and aLuds by
SWANK provide the grand
elegance of the evening.
A large selection in every price rang
Set Shown, $7.50

The new.. pace to-


in the air-conditioned

from midnite to 4:30 a.m.

late cats 2nd show addicts Ir
- and all other nite-life followers w
gregariously to toast good cheers
company and applaud Ray Cox and
national trio




vill gather
and fine
d his son-


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MI'### gives you 10 fg glasses...from

just one envelope!

Club $1.00
asy to fold in

Monthly 85.00
Iee space and converted in
bed easily.



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- .. -,. .... .. .. $ .



was Now
$5.95 $1.95

Speidel Bands
50% off

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95 c.


Goes On During The Sale

Eastern Star Rings ......$ 9.75

Masonic Rings.......... 14.50

Birthstones .....-- ...--..-- 5.

Elgin American Compacts





vere $6.90 to $18.00

Lapel Watches

vere $39.50 to $49.50


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Pearl Earrings

were $4.00 NOW 95':

Dirilyte Ash Tray

were $3.75 Now $2.501


Gold Ean rings up to
Cameos 0 I
Gold Pini JU5 0
Bracelets off

Musicians invited to join th
"jam session"

At 4:3 a m. have youw
i drink (In the Club 441)
a3 te house
(Coat and se not neeo* ry).
ray Cox will enitrtals at the piano
:from 10 p.m. until *a.m. .[ the
11 1110ar 7 m.. ToW., Wed. and
Tbom might@

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SPhone Panama 2-0552

FTo 1 p.m-Adults PreII-t
Tenagers. appointment only
Aswninel Balboo 2-4239
Afle 5 pm... Panama 3-166'

C~nIl Zone Dental Polvrlinle
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr C. A. Roy U.D.S.
Olturie-h- rids wou~ k-aUr bratlv
tcnelrl Practlce
hivon (4th of July) Ave No. 21A"2
opplte Aacon School ls ayrond)
"%Telphone .201-P2anm.=

ntr to -Y o "we
overythlng poilhle" unls chlro-
c was Inrluded.

K De. A. and E ORII..AC
S Pflrti r Graduater,
IJS'SIO Avenue Tel. 3-13M0
1q fton c Tep5treli


Larn Ridin g at
Riding & Jumping 'clesse daily
S*to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by upp entment.

i Mt~ah-tick' Bamboo
.At efien Blinds
* Tr e se Curtains
'm.. Aei Wood Jaloqle,

sLertellf iten W o
SDutrkbuted by
'roductos de Madera, S.A.
;atral Ave. (between Kodak
ildina & Fifth Ave. Steor).

This l ti o year to buy a Canl-
ental Casually auto insurance

a m

amm hlsimnce Company, Ine.
(Branch Office)
No. II Tivoli Avenue
Phee Pnamami 3S-I
wese trom Anewa Poet Office)

S elaases to Tap. Acrobatic
and Ballei.
im C on: Monday and Thur ay
Sl ., *b i. sla l an e a i3th,
SI lu l4, To,"h Comer.
r^, bo ,IHiM Jeill", CoeOli"
.oy' tp and
. k. Phme l. t1.
I,-' .

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SI ra

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I Street No. 13
4sb of July Ave. A J L.
Justo Arseemsu Ave. and 33S t.


FOR SALE:-Double bed com-
plete, 2 night tables, dresser with
beautiful mirror. A-I quality and
condition. "Trneaportoee xter,"
phone James 2-2316.
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. refrigera-
'Or; Estte stove; solid mahogany
dining rom et; solid mahogeny
china closet; youth bed; baby
crib; 2 Hollywood beds with in-
ennpring mattress. Cheep. Nic-
'enor Obarrie Ave. No. 23, A-
paotment No. 3.
FOR SALE:-Consele type, 25-
cycle radio-phonograph combi-
nation. Phone Amodor 3134.
refinish your bamboo Rattan.
Free estimate. Phone 2-5463.
LUM-HENRY, corner Golden Al-
tar, Ponama.
FOR SALE:-One single bed, one
day bed with mattress, one baby
bathiinette, one wicker lounge
chair. All reasonable. 720-B,
FOR SALE:-Due to trip. Singer
machine, radio record player,
large wardrobe. Other articles.
Mariano Arisemena Street, Cabe
Verde. 3156.
FOR SALE: Washing, sewing
machines, accordion, encyclope-
dia, dining room, bedroom, porch
furniture, mirrors, radio, water
heater, get stove, outdoor lights,
formal size 13, electrical appli-
ances, kitchen were. Leaving -
cheep. House No. 33 46th St.
Phone 3-5101.
FOR SALE:-Bamboo coffee ta-
ble, bamboo corner table, me-
hogany chert of drawers. Phone

FOR SALE:-Norge refrigerator,
self-defrosting, 25-cycle, excel-
lent condition; Quartermaster
furniture: kitchen tables, two
chairs, single bed with mattress,
bed stand, qak round dining room
table. 4 chain, fleer loeps, to-
ble lomp, a us, iyren window
blinds. Resoeneble. Coll Balboa
413 after 5 p.m., ,
FOR SALE:"- Maderm bedroom
et I 2 boade Rn d bl i ed '
Federice Bad Awve. No.

FOR SALIE- 60-cycle Thor
wringer w kehr $60. Phneo 13,
5214. 2161- 1 Curumdu.

FOR SALEI Kelamooo steve
in good condition. Cell Albrook
2224 after 3 p.m.

I_ U____I

U2 La Carrasquil
Centml Ave. a1
No I Lettery Platn

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FreeOm a ul Av
Agenda Internl. do Publicacoonhs
d0 OeNi"u AW.
Pase Edaeem 1 Ies

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FOR SALt:.-194I Auatin A-40
Tudor sedan. Price $200. Call
Panamae -4941, Apt. 45.

FOR SALE: 1951 Chevrolet
Station Wagon, fully equipped,
including b vyv duty trailer
hitch, guaornteed excellent con-
dition. Albrook 5219.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Studebaker
4-door s a d a n with overdrive.
Phone Cristobal 2374, House
8124-A, Margerita.
FOR SALE:-On account of sud-
den trip to States, Studebaker
State President hardtop with all
trimmings, 1955; 185-hp. V-8I
only 3400 miles driven. Cali
Tropical Motors, Panama 2-
FOR SALE:-Plymouth Club
Coupe, good rubber, original
o w n r, good transportation,
clean. 720-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1)947 Ford Deluxe
CluS Coupe, radio, heater, new
brake job, seat overs, muffler,
and tail pipe, excellent condition.
102-C Gamboa, Phone 370 lob,
or 196 house.
FOR SALE:-1951 Buick Super
4-door sedan $950. Duty paid.
Phones: Albrook 6150, 2165.
FOR SALE:-1936 DdIe coupe.
overdrive, new upholstery, bat-
tery end muffler, excellent con-
dition. Albrook 86-3141.
FOR SALE:- 1949 Pontiac 8-
cylinder 2-door, hydramatic, co-
ltor blue. radio, heater, 45,000
miles, 3 new tires. Also has turn
signals $650. Call Albrook 4241.
FOR SALk:- 1952 Chevrolet,
16,000 miles, one ewr, tio-
door srden, excellent *bndition.
Call Slboe 4183 after 5 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1~5 kikSciql
hard"p, wo sidewea tires, 2-
tone p,;i radio, heater, da-
frost dyneflow, tinted wind-
shj;ed, EZ eye glass *il the way
round, foam rubber cushions,
windshield squirts, turn light and
book-up lights. Yey good con-
dItlo and a oneo-wner ear,
S 160-. Other uphold rticle.*
Ph5e 1-1144. 2065-k Cu-

An aged owl serves as a good
watchdog at the William Ferri
farm near here. The 34-year-owl,
named Pete, hoots when anyone
I approaches.

Dark-haired Dishwasher Held

r.E eO A nAn -_. CI:.-.._

ror Joouu i
1 -
CLEARWATER, Fla., June 2|
LUP) -FBI and state police ar-
rested a "dark-haired dishwasher
with a long prison record today
as one of four bandits who seized
a baker's family as hostages
while they robbed a Jacksonville,
Ala., bank of ,$86,707.12 ten days
Joe Paul Andrews, 41 wa s
seized by FBI agent Charles E.
Weeks and Pinellas County,
Fla., deputies as he ate lunch
with his wife and two brothers-in.
law. /
Officers said an arrest or d e r
went out for Andrews May 26 aft-
er bank employes identified him
from photographs as one of the
Alabama robbers.
,Andros' wife and the two
brothers-in-law were h e 1 d for
questioning. '
No charges were placed against
them pending action from the of-
fice of U.S. Commissioner James
F. Hinton in Gadsden, Ala. .
Andrews came here about a
year ago, shortly after he was pa-
roled from a 12-year grand larce-
ny sentence in Alabama.
Deputy Sheriff Donal Genung
said very little was known about
him in Clearwater. He worked as
a cook in one*drive-in> restaurant
and as a dishwasher in another.
"He had not been seen in Clear-
water since May 10 until today,"
Genung said.
Weeks, FBI agent in charge of'
the Miami office, s a i d officers'
found an unspecified amount of
cash and two pistols in a false
bottom of Andrews' car, a 1955
Packard with a T e x a s license
Weeks said Andrews' arrest was
the first break in the daring rob-
bery since the bandits abandoned
their getaway car two' miles out-
side Jacksonville shortly after the
holdup. They slipped through an
elaborate series. ol. road blocks.


Xxp cedsecretary to toLca
Str^ ap with-.


.. . . .

DankK 3IKKUp

the four bandits forced t heir r
way into the,home of Jesse Wood,
assistant vice president of theb e
Jacksonville First National Rank.
While two of them held his wife
and two small daughters captive
in the house, the other two forced



FOR SALE:-Used efigeraers,
tomatel weaen, etsoletric w- -
be heatrers i, excelleNt aci-dl-
ti. Price vary reasomble. Ho*.-
moe, S.A.
eontuction lumber. "Sean Crt.
tbael Lumber Yard, 3Sth Street
end Centrol Ave. 7-1., Old Cl-a
ine Garage.
FOR SALE:-Luggae, .SeiAt .
ite, brand new, 20% off; 6"s's
journeyer $22; meon'euick trit -
per $15.60; men's two swlt "*
$20. Phone Balboa 2896.

Boats & Motors
FOR' SALE: G.E. moter, V,;'.
horsepower, single phese. Houe
901. Apt. J, Le Bec.
FOR SALE:-Voltee IT-13S low
time engine, newly converted
control surfaces, full instruments
front and rear. Perfect condition.
No reasonable offer refused. Can
be seen at Colon Airport or write
Minehart, Box 1602 Cristobel.

Radio Programs

Yo4r Community Station
(Telephone: 2-3016)
Where 100,00 People Meet

Today, Thursday, June 3
3:15-Freddy Martin Bhow
3:30-Music For Thursday
4:00-.feature R ew
4:S30-rWhat's Ylir favorite (re-
auesta-plea'e" phone be-
ore 3:00)
5:35-What's Your Favorite
6:00-French In The Air (RDF)
6:30-Wayne King Serenade
7:15--One Night Stand
7:30-Report From The USA
grams V.O.)
8:30-Take It From Here (BBC)
9:00-You Asked For It (re-
quests please phone be-
fore 7:30)
10:30-Music From Hotel El Pan-
10:45--Time For Verse'
11:00-Symphony Hall
12:00--Sign Off

Wood to drive them to the bank W ._. VUilll uWi nuw
and open up. Tomorrow, Friday, June 3 WASHINGTON, Jun (UP)-
They waylaid seven other mem- AM The Agriculture departmentt
bers of the bank staff, including said today it was st trying to
the vice president, as they arrived 8:00--Sign On The Alarm help farmers anfi consumers
for work. They wasted an hour for Clock Club (requests when it bought 86,600,000 pounds
the vault to open automatically by please phone before 7:00) of cheese l year for 37 cents
time-clock, looted it and fled ni 7:30-Mornig Salon Concert adately resold
Wood's car. 8:15-Church In The Wildwood it to the same cheese makers for
An FBI agent in Birmingham in- 8:30-Musical Reveille 34.25 cents a pound.
An FBI agent in Birmingham inve a 9:00-News It said. th government actu-
dicated the other th bureau might have a 9:15--acred Heart ally saved money on the trans-
onthe otherthree bandit su- 9:30--As I See It action.
is but said "we aren't getting 9:30-A 1 I 1Bee i
an ingout on the other three at 10:00--JENNIFER'S JOURNAL The ehese makers cleared
th time because I don't think it ( Ctex and Odorono)
wo be a good policy and itI10:05C-Off The Record (requests$2,381,000 on the deal, tad the
wos be a good policy and it 0-Of The Record (requestscheese never left their plants.
might hamper our investigation -p1ea6e phone before Biggest buyer and seller wMs
Andrews had a criminal record 8:30) "aft Foods C., Chicao, with
dating back to 1939 when he was 1:30-Meet The Entertainer 2 ,164,860 pounds.
arrested at Guntersville, Ala., for 12:00-News
burglary. He received three prison1 M Agriculture .officials told a
sentences in the next two years 12:05--Lunchtime Melodies s mlit-d
for burglary and larceny, escaped 12:30-weet teHouse the satmutaneous purchaMse-
once, was rearrested and complet- 1:00-News resales werth e simultaneous when dpar y
ed his sentence. 1: 5-MusBc Of Manhat rice supports were dropped
1: 3-"ons Of The Pioneers from 90 per cetn of parity in
He drew 12 years on another lar- 1:45-Songs Of France (RDF) March to 75 per cent in April.
ceny charge in 1944, escaped in 2:00-Date In Hollywood
1946 and was recaptured in Biloxi, 2:15-Singing Americans The price changes, announced
Miss., a short time later. He was 2:30-Tex Beneke show in February, would have. per-
paroled in Alabama April 1, 1952. 2:45--Iank Snow And His mitted cheese makers to seo for
At Birmingham, Al., special Rainbow Rranch Boys 37 cents in March and buy back
FBI agent James A. Robey said 3:00-Organairs for 34.25 cents in April in any
Andrews would be taken" before a 3:15- Sammy Raye Show event.
U. S. commissioner in Miami, then 3:30--Music For Friday
be returned to Alabama for prose- 4:00-Feature Review Don ,A. Anderson. act 'dire-
cution. 4:30--What's Your Favorite Ore tor of the livestock an dary
Robey said Andrews wen t to quests please phone be" division of the Commodin Sta
Texas after the holdup, bought a fore 3:00) blltation Service, exv i1z ed
new Packard and drove to Flori. 5:30--News that regulations were changed
da. 5:3S-whats Your FaVorIte so that the prchase-rsslee
icontd, "r we were made simultaneously a A-
He said he was seated with rela- 6:00-Guest Star (UmTDi pril ,with the cheese staying
tives when capture but told offi- 6:15---BLUE RIBBON SPORT right in the plants.
cers they were not involved in the REVIEW N 8POTS
bank robbery. 6:30---Melarchrino Musicale chO ..in r, be whee a
6:45--clence On The March eese llit gw .ne, h

Making Fast Buck? 700-NS A ORGANMEL- .asl s t W N
oD* ... ...ter .. 4y .2 S-riedn
BOUNTIFUL. Utah, June 2 7:15--One Night Stand f-tl e
P) Mrs. b Baker Prieat. 7:S- port From The USA
of the United States, was o.VOAI eut Off-S MSf.u "
. today with a red face :-NElSON EDT PENT- bout 10 s h the -.id_
a ae M o f d 9m i n o r b r u s h w it h a H O U S E P A R T Y s e a M a r bh o u a 1 l t MM
traffic patrolman tinNebraskas. .s V.O.). to gdm
"Is my face red." the geni I 8: --Vrty Badbm (BBC) aw O. I
treasurer said as she revealed she 9: O-You Asked For it (re- e aS e
Pid a $14 fine for speeding near quests please phone th /a et of
ady, Neb.. while ea route home. before 7:30) a'
"You know I'm oa the board of j10:30-Mu lc DB Roth andsa tt
S oit Natioenal et1a f al SMOW a
a -I A

WImilal's Sate Clet Beach
Cate*.e Moderm eaev.- eeos,
adrate raMe. Phne Iamb*e

Shrapnel's furbbshed houes on
beach ot Seats Clere. Telephone
Thompson, Safbe 1772.
PHILLIPS Oceedo .Cotte..e
Sante Clara. Box 45., Belbe.
Phone Panemn 3-1877. Crist.-
bel 3-1671.

Baldwin's apeatments for rent at
Seanta Clara. Phase BelIba 3681
for rnervation.

FOSTER'S COTTAGt, one mile
pest Santo Clara. Low rotes.-
Phone Balbeoa 1846.


a Bet. sMe. R
Via am m.l.Ae.


FOE RENT-- Forandd hmm.
For ifmatioN .eal" J-4736, 1
p.M. to 6 P.M.

FOR RiUNT-vecalen quarters,
, JIa4e 6 to July Ia.
V0-A. c.

FOR RENTs-4me h hit, e
bediom, I~g dig s m ,o.
kitchen. Moed e r et. e.mel
Jse do Sen Macia Av. He.
4, dAwmtlsn.
ad ccurete houeas 5 minutes
from enter Peneame City,. sit-
able for two couples. Leta
grounds. RI enable rent. Phone
Balboa 37 5.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED:- In expeive plane
for practice. Call 2-2475.



WANTID:- Cook JInwr.
rnsieendI efaue, *Nsblq *
Waal". g ; ,
washing. rD adsil Mi

God nesm. Fadede" El Aye.
nue No. 29.
WANTEI: t- Maid fe ssali
"sewo, 75 Argenp Ave.,
S f, on. Apoart A 4

Position Offered

WANTID: -- RoelN. experi-
eneed salesmen for A-aen
ZeOpe CoM.ny, It, rmelee
do Id Ossa.Aveaee (Aqtomebilo
Row). upsteirs.

WAIYTI -- Young men for
aodceoMonelnad office weak. Musd
typwrdp, speak Speai" end.
bg ish. Refrences a qired.':
Apply 10 op 1 only. 1 EIm.


v 4

S Apartments
ATTENTION4. C JA. t bult
2 unIaM.L b -ld werW .
Phone l -ai das 1W 1

FOR RENT--Fwnuried ed ur
fMlshled 2 and 4-rem modeM
nspemem. Coeteee ALHAM-
Phone 1368 Cole.
FOR RINT.-2-bedkrom apart-
matn, with belny in Baell Vis-
ta. aull 2-2401, -12 -lminie.
2-5- veniand.
FOR RENT:- Two furnished
epartmntsn -E furnished
hilet. J~a do Fibree Avenue
No. 14,- Piepdoa.
FOR RENT: In i C-uon le.,
two bedroom eprtmet w I t
nmaid's room. Call 3.3742.
FOR RENT:-2-reemiaprtnnt
$40; three frms $55; four
rooms $65. InformetM 8055,
10th Street, upestai, Cale".
FOR RE1NT:-1--4bd epom rt-
ment, upstairs, 29th treet No.
9, IExpebn. PhnMs 2-1403.
FOR RENT:- Furnished sport.
ments: onead two bedrooms,
low ret. Vio Pors No. 101.
Phone 3-2568.
FOR RENT:- Fumleed apart-
ment, living room, dipin oom,
2 bedrooms, stove. efrlioretor,
Beall Visto .43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT:- Furnished spert-
ment, two bedrooms, ao screen-
ed, balcony. BH1 Viatl, $90.
Phone 3-1648.
FOR RENT:- Clean, e*n-room
furnmished apartment. Bet resi-
dential section. 43rd Street No.
FOR RENT:-Smell comfortable
ertmoent, furnitshed. Poren Ave-
*sa No. 23. PIsono 2-0710 or
FOR RENT:- Furnielsed apart-
mont with front terso. 46th
corner VenMeela No. 19. Tele-
phone 3-4710Q.


FOR RIENT oneqnsmwu h-.
spoude, beilfuly fmishied
room, double eu, refrigr-tor,
stve, kitchen cobinot, privete
both end ettmrnce. 52nd Street
No. 3. Phone 3-0638.
FOR RENT:--Furnhhod Mom to
married eMuple or sitlomon.
First Stret. Perepi. Noe. 7-110,
Apt. 12. Phone 3-0397.
FOR RENT: Nicely furmihed
room, private both, screened,
cool. No. 54 46th Street. BOel
Vista. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Abo fur-
nished two-b odroom house.

Cheese Firms Cleared

$2 Million When US
RAm* UIA ar

JWB To Sponsor

To PeiasIs.
On Sunday, June 12th, a one-
day tri has been planned to
the Perla Islands by the USO-
JWB Armed Forces Services Cen-
tern cooperation with theCo-
lou Chamber of Commerce.
A DC-3 chartered COPA plane
will leave Tocumen Airport at
8 a.m. and will return, at S pmI
The cost of the one day trip p
Those ,going will have an op-
portunity to enjoy beachcomb-
g, fishing, picnicking, and at-
tempt to locate the now extct
pearl diving village of Mafalba.
Photography enthusiasts will be
ble to aeerla pictures as
the plane circles over Old Pana-
ma, and El Rey, the capital of
the Perlas Islands.
Picnic lunch, canteen of -wa-
ter, fishing gear and swimming
trunks, should be taken by pas-
Rseservations and .further'in-
formation, are available, from
Miss Dorothy Brickman, director
of activities, Balboa 1072. Civil-
lans should call Balboa 4394.

Four Freed
(Continued from Page 1)
Mr. and Mrs. John Paden, for-
merly of Lincoln, Neb, Paden was
a classmate of Cameron.
Watching his friend eomilg
off the plane, Pade ensai, "He
looks Just about the saate as
when we saw him five ye ago.
Just a little heavier, thats a"
When Cameron spotted Paden
In the crowd he waved and
shouted, "Hi there. What are
you doing here?"
Also In the crowd was 8. Sgt.
Grover Harkins, Laurens, 8.C.,
who was squadron mail clerk
and morning report clerk the
day Cameron was placed on the
missing list and taken off the
squadron role at Tueg Air
Base, Korea.
"That was a pretty sad day,"
Harkins said.
The four posed for pltures
with Mai. Gen. Story Smith, Pa-
cific Air Force commander and
shouted, "wonderful" In unison
when asked how It felt to be
back op American soil.
The feur meaiwer- i drnesed
IafersMay in spertie sIrt
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sad slake,
Heller limped noticeably from
the effects of a shattered le~
uttered when he balled outiof
,plane over No K
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^Locked in Fort, Kbbe'i anga
No. 1 is an aircraft repair h6p
that mintainis all Army planes
and helicopters used by author.
ised units on the post.
Known as the Transpbrtation
Army Aircraft Maintenance de-
tachment, tbe shop has a msaite-
nance crew of one officer. and 21
enlisted personnel. The unit was
activated umder the supervision of
,Maj. Leroy '. Spears in Spte
ber, 1954, at Wort Kobbe.
- When aircraft are shippd.to the
post, they are far from ready to
take to the air. -Disassembled and
packed in rates, y must be as-
sebled, inspect and tetd pri-
or to deliver using unit.
SThe shop performs field
mauiena e Army fixed wing
and r aircraft. Sho
supports layed by Albrok
Air Force base.
In the nt Rce .of f ixe d
wing aircraft, nmics are on
hand to take eare' oengine re-.
placement, structural, pair a
modificatirnof-. aircraft, semly
and disassembly, and ineton
for faulty component parts
Rotary wing maintenance coa-
ists, largely, of engine and ey-
linder changes, inspection, a
assembly and disassembly of
helicopter. All helicopters used
the. Fort Kobbe area e sent
the hangar and given\a thorough
checkup at the expir of0
hours flying time. This nudes
magnoflux and zyglo inspection
to detect cracks and other defects
in structural parts. -
After the' required maintenance
is performed fixed and r o t p r y
winged aircraft are test fldJrn by
Lt. Richard A. Clark, maintenance
and supply officer, prior to release
to using organizations.
At the present time there are
three L-19's. and three helicopters
in its "garage"-all of them being
worked on simultaneously. Charles
B. Cline Bell- Aircraft technical
representative, is presently, at du-
ty with the transportation cors
at Kobbe to lend technical aid7
this theater for Bell helicopters.

began failing as the men arriv-
ed at TripleE to devour huge.
of -a anm egs while
photographer recorded every
'IHe 'hArmy sbid one doctor
would be assigned to each man
to hasten the full ezmMnsation.
Th our jubilant gter -
lots were freed from Wd. Chheia
at the Hon Kong border vU-
ka, of Runchum TuesdaY to -be

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The oy probably will reach
Washingon ate next week or
the following week.
Riddleberger made headlines
recently after a verbal exchange
with Soviet C6mmunist boss Ni -
SIta S. Khjislhchev in Belgrd(.
In whlch he was reported to hav -
bested the Russian official. \
Riddleberger's call for con*ll-
tations underscores the import.
ance the United 8tat& attach=
to the current Russa effort to
woo Yugislavia back Into the
Soviet fol.
American officials have pre-
dited the 'Soviet "peace mis-
sion" will fall to win the Bal-
laon power back but may per-
ade Marshal Tito to make
i v bablbe "adjustments" In
Yugoslav policies toward the
Khrushch4v and Premier Ni-
colal A. Buganin went to- Bel-
grade last week in ,A effort to
heal the bitter 1948 break be-'
tween the tpro countries.
Khrushchev said the Soviets '
were ready to do "erythizng
necessary repair t e rift. *
RIOdlebeirpr's report to DuUles
could go a ing way In deter-
mining future .8 policy on n-

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r -.r G .... .-a a sm- Worthy. ohapfn0-. Cris_.t, W-. r. i sNA e h l i i I
-- M yg~g tsbal Assembly No.2, Order of the 0 A l
quite ow much pleasnter th y ad Impressive ceremony Thurs. i e
iut. w" is Yama on his. pe. day eveninvat the Cristobal Mar a ea memo th atr , *h AQ
Ite L aii U. sonic te Ap lot -. f All to ur. AvemP 41C
day uetpag at Pammo_ ta Mtis June Rowley, who i as babes.. .m 8I
h.. Misit 4jg e *-icompleted her term as worthy Ad- IDebonair George Sanders.jut d OB Q i 8 72
Mthe ofPn a nd o r.k Hor t visor, was the Installing officer. told m ine:so. Yup, Zsa es Gabor's 82
rle Jr., of P anama. Other installing officers we ir e-: ex-hubby. WEST AST
Clar Jr., of P s litma. Mrs. Joyce Hawthorne Burkhar er movie qeens, says George, areiJ U A C be 6 i
*P.W.A., Marshal: Miss Joan Hol.nareistlegi5 while most men like 6JI0532 V684
Former uee ulita person, P.W.A., Chaplain; nMiss the tpe of woman who will show V9 3 10
NW Married States soean Chambers, Recorder; an d at least "a smattering of i interest iA n0 s
Miss. la hanon. formerly of Mrs. Henrietta Cheek, Organist. aher escorts. And most sece- Ate 1 M
Co, Solito, Canal Zone. and Wl- At the invitation of the Install- tarks I've met" says the star, 6 A
liam E. Simmons, Chief, U. S. ing Worthy Advisor, Mrs. Burk-. "se to fill that bill better thanA9 a i
Coast Guard, were mrried in the hart officiated at the installation actrtisses ."
Chapel at the Marine Base, Quian- of her sister, Pamela Hawthorne, !A movie uen Sanders said on *6Ke
tico, Virginia on April 23, 196. as Worthy Acvasor and gave her the set of U-I's 1A Time Remem- BKQ93
her oath of office and heard her bredd" "may be listening to you, Boeth aides eul.
Miss Channotl worked for th e Istallation pledges. Mrs. r eem ly. drinking i n e ve i e ry So e atth o r
eat Coco Solo, un- hart served the Asseym h ey as! but shea reallynot lstenin at a 12 N.T Pass 3 PUs
ill T 1 when she trans- Worthy Advisor in 140 nad also She's thinking about whehqr her
ferred to Washington D. C. Tahad the honor of bentag the presid-lvisible reaction is in good form or BRITISH LT. COL., W. A. ROBINSON, in Panama to witness 3N.T. Pa ss 5N.T. Paus
couple are now- real3ng in Gor- ing officer when her sister was ini. creating the intended effect." "J!'ngle Jim" operations, 1 offeally welcomed by Maj. Gen. I Pa, Pass Pass
diCm -ntl where she is em- tinted into RainDows. Sanders also lit it fly: Lionel C. McGarr, Commanding General, U.S. Army Caribbean. Opening ltad-4 J
eda1 groom, l teaching In a pretty ceremony, Miss secretariess and other women Robinson, who describes himself as "experienced in jungle fight-
Sthe Coast Guard School. Rowley, the retiring Worthy Ad-. not immersed within their own prl 'ln." fought in the Burma jungle durtfg World- War II under
S- visor, was presented with a Rain. vate orld are nt saddled with U.S. General Stilwell. From 1949 to '52, he was with the British One of the interesting hands,
amela W e Installed hbow emblp..wh Cole orat the lhir.ble burden of trying to Army i n.the Malayan junsle fighting Communists. Robinson is shown today, from the final matchI
S. tons fomed a. ang e,Ad t oo. every ch the raving beauty now British liaison officer at Ft. Benning. Ga. Prior to this he of this years tournament for the
, utal u1 Aisembly pleted the'..emblem by fing i any a all circumstances.' w .t instructor at the Royal Military College in S.ndhurst, Eng- Harold S. Vanderbilt Cup illus-:
k Pa a Hawthorne was in their respectivt-e colors as they I mama Fesns (Davy Crockett) land, the Dritish West Point. In background is Maj. John C. rates the importance of being at
--'A----t' san 'Too"MarveStjs Fbt Words" Parker adfitA that singer Marc Seabury, assistant training officer, USARCARIB. Ithe table.
to une -me was then d etinductel RineHartt is the only maid he (U.S. Army photo) West opened the jack of spades,
by th Drill sider n Faithi to -dates but insists they have no against Mne very good contract of:
"1 !* the, station of Charity where she marriage plans at the moment. six no trufp. De rer won in
was presented with a "po t of -dummy with the kng of spades
gold" filled with flowers, a gift Richard Uidmarks Prize of UAWeut er ets onda and counted the following tricks:
A Few Typer a womes Wic of be work during the past term. Gold" is a box off prize Inner three spades, six diamonds, one
haM Be Avoided W As. het first official act after in London. The fim's already eay and on, easily established
S being Istalled Pam erned earn ited bacits cost on a fewfor- a w b a d l The q o a th o
The, lsb t'im eou '* md wo g "w her, Past eWorthy .Al- eig e playdates.T A tyIfo cllowed Ut the in wf wh e olc iheert
-any of th women *lowred oeyg RapaelceldS r D e fro ea f ist n A s D deadline For Ford atio e o r the twelfth trick in heartse
ny of th woen eapp vo wel t from "e As- -" or cinclubs.
you '.S chan ac bog and o At the second trick, declared
T .w sltam ihl t e,"g t' .h at811 1 the 'o.p ace teof.r. He son and ETR T. June 2 (UP) -Ford Stellate, president of Loc ara club from du mmy. Ea pl ed
women never uare deal. Faith was given by Rev. Samuel an i story for himself a t or met in secret today in the first told newsmen the company had e t layed lo
An hour conversation with such Walden, guest speaker of the eve-ia circus lown who n't mae of ur days of intensive negotia- started to move slightly from its On p t hat's all you would
a won e. h t ning. Miss Hawthorne chosen 'children gl until h losses a ~ogt s aimed at working out anew fixed position against a guaran- know the t South had to
won. n i athe theefor r term. in n ac ent. atreeinment before next Monday, eed annual wage." a )d r tb nhd
untoI.. ..ItrFaith ma the theme for her ter~m. in an mcci t. n " "r" e,
aL rf a a t ete Adi gawy fmayt eijobe oa t e cu, .aed the- cmpn'y, a etel'at aon clede at c.--We,, t --an ast, a
from a happy wii -wood and, tied with ribbon Las. Vegas offer to t he pl-t.actt would have .to-ye worked o 11 plant in a mass demonstration of might very well play low instead
bet er oe1.l d aer ,y streamers In Rainbow colors, to n keys again. "I wst d av ere the or 500 F r trenth to explain negotiations sof taking the first club trick. so
have left her you will wonder o- be used during their trim of Of- practice for at leasta months workers would strike far. South could try a heart finesse or
happily if you said anythug you fice. s he said, "an I can't bring my- Ford workers at Metuchen N.J., a squeeze as his next play.
don't want repeated Service birs were presented to self to that." ght added emphasis to' e uther's Although Reuther related his Incidentally, that's why South
Sthe girls who had earned then by Jim Backust veloped a. sit warning by staging a wildcat traditional position of "no co n- played the king of clubs rather
The woman he puts a money Mrs. Chambers, Chairman of the accent for his "F.rancia In the walkout early today. tract no work"-the union's con- than the queen. If South played
vlue on everything. Let such .a Rainbow of the Rainbow Adviso- Navy" role so he wouldn't sound 'Some 30 maintenance men at tract expires at midnight -l a st ithe queen at the second trick of
volan omea nomar home and ry Baord. Those who had complet- to .much like Mr. Magoo, the the Mercury assembly plant at night he warned there definitely a slam contract he would adver-
suddenly things look shabby--be. ed their color bars and earned near-sighted cartoon character.he Metuchen walked out at 4 a.m. would be a strike Monday if set. tise to all the world that he also
eause you aresee them through their "pot of gold" word: Janet vocalizes for the screen. But An- and they were followed by 1900 tiement is not reahed.. held the king. If he played the
her apraisng eyes, instead of and Jeanette Swicegood, L y n d dy Devine still sounds like Andy workers who reported for work on I The new deadline is just 24 hours king, however there might be
through your own roem.oloredGeyer, Rachel Radel and Sandra Devine despite his first non-com- the day shift to find the plant cir- ahead of the expiration d a Le of some doubt about who held the
seHughes. edy role'ia is years. cld by pickets. General Motors' five year co n. queen. If West had the ace, he
SAlmost 2000Ford employes in tract with the UAW. The union al. might wonder whether or not to
-ever Telfoet Blabketyn.r,P ls Miss Rowley installed the fol- Big Andy plays a police detec. two Chicago plants staged a sim- so is negotiating with GM but the take it; and this wonder might
Slowing officers who will ser ve tive with Jack Webb in "Pete Kel-lilar walkout yesterday but re- main effort has been against Ford. Ibe all the information that South
The wet blanket. This type of with Miss Hawthorne: Worth Yo l's Blues" and for a couple of turned to work on their regular Under authorization of the UAW needed.
womapcap find a flaw in a yth Associate Advisor Carol Now ys he thought he should have a, schedule this morning. International Executive Boardl When thehand was actually
you are happy with and she wihard; Charity, Alice Chambers,'new dramatic voice to match. The Chicago eff-oyes returned Ford workers would have been playdEI, West seemed to have no
take delight Inpointing it out to Hope, Madelon Garrett F a htIt, "But after a couple of lessons,"I to work after Re u t h e r notified! free to strike at !midnight l a s t problem on the first club trick.
you. N ver make tho mistake of Donna Humphrey; Dri W eader, Andy told me "I tened to my-'them that the strike deadline had'night. South therefore Went back to dum-
telli her your plans or wing Paula olgerno; Chaplain, Edith- self on a playb record and been extended four days. my with a dia ond and led anoth-I
ber thingig you a proud of. Eckhoff; Love, Rache Ra- was shocked what I heard. I In granting the exte n s i o n But yesterday's exj.eiion raised er club towa his hand. East
del; Religion, Joan Facer; Na- sounded like a combination of Cli Reuther warned the company a glimmer of hope a new pact came up wit the ace, of course.
"'" "~f ]p n ;^ Hd ,t ". a . .. Reuher w r d tello mp anyonalliminmer Fox' hopet ha'ne pa t . .sl.to -rac
'ihe bossy manager. Unless you ture, Lynda Geyer; Immortality. Wills and Ronald Colmap. So I there would be'-no further delays. which would serve as a model for and South h his sam contract.
are a very strong character, youTerry Louis; Fidelity, 8hIr Iley decided to keep. rLght on The' extension came just 111the industry could be written with-' --
will get help and advice ou never Keepers; Patriotism, PatrIe iasqueakin'." hours before 140,000 CIO United out workers "hitting th bricks." week, ig nored the guaranteed
asked for aid will have pns madeLeach' Service, Sandra Hughes; .Auto Workers in 57 plants across "The Ford contract wvs exteLd- wa e' and suggested a ~lan where-'
for' ou that you never wanted Contidential Observer, Jeanette( TE WITNET: Drippmi with the notion were scheduled to walk ed in keeping with the union li- in ord workers could buy com-
made. The "born-manager" just Swicegood; Outer Observer, Jan- diamonds. Mae West e for a out. cy to do everything humanly pos-|pany stock at half price in what!
can't let snone. else's life alone. et Swiceod; Musician, Gr el picture with Cary Grant. Re- Reuther told workers to hold off sible' to avoid a strike if we can the company called a "partner-
The eoflpiinur. No matter how _Argo and Choir Director, Kathy marked omeotne: You can now their strike so union negotiators arrive at a just and honorable set-!ship in prosperity."
ha py you eel when you start Hamilton title it, Cash and Cary'."could fully study Ford's still se- cement that will give full equity! The guaranteed wage is not the
al to a complainer, you are Honored guests who were seat-.. Not in the Script: Overheard- cret proposal. I to workers," Reuther said. only major issue. Still to be set-
e to end up by feeling gloomy. ed in the East were: Mrs. Leah, "He not only started with nothing The union previously had turned Both Ford and the inion agreed tied even if the guaranteed pay is-
e compla er scatters oom K. Du an, Supreme Inspector of but he also brought it with him. down flatly a Ford plan to share to extend their "news backout" on' sue is resolved are wage demands.
wherever she oes and the ol Orer of the Rainbow for stock with its workers. the contract talks for another 24 seniority provisions, better p e n-
way to dodge e gloom is to dodge ~ls on the Canal Zone; Mr s. This is Hollywood, rs. Jones: Ford as well as the UAW were hours. signs and the length of the n w
her. I ra M. Chambers,brepre.sentin George .beracee an ois wife,.mum on the new offer. But Carl The first Ford offer, made last contract
Ite Worthy Matron of Royal Palmn Jane, are planning a violin-shapedI
You Are almost sure to know Chapter No. 2, O.E.S.: M r a. swimming pool for their new man-
some of these women. But the less Blanche Bishop Worthy Matron of slop. I wonder if anyone in Holly- m
ou seof them, the halier you Coral Chapter o.., O..8.; Mrs.wood'has a swimming pool-shaped m
For Leaf Chapter No4. O.E.;.-.
Norman B. Davison, Worshipful beckoning to Montgopmery Clift.
& A.M.; Mr. Ball Powers, Jr. honing to Montgomery Clift,
E DS Pluffiff 1e @.ne S OUr Si
R E ,C O R D S [Past state Mtster Council0eor of aent from mov aellay fsin
C OR Shpstt Jack Hammod, representin the d with Gregory Pea k i-n Fox's er l
Master Counelor of Pacifichap. "Bottom of the Bottle." No it's
CO LUM BIA ter, Order of DeMolay; Mr. Rhom- not a sequel to '"The Lost Week.- ,
ap F. Gibson Jr Master Concil-'end."
Me"O ... "- lor. of Atlanut adapter, Order of
Mentila *eCook DeMolay; Mr. and Mrs. David
Epic LIkingston W. Hawthorne. rts of th e AUTOS LENGTHENED
m ',,t._._..t ..._, A I wly installed eno= y Advisor;
-"'.stmin.- aAl ev B.Sm W guest spk- DETROI (UP) In the past
HI-FIDELTY i s. Jean D. J ,MM r. 14 r the avere ale l.. u to-
S l a t.-' t ad H. H a bd Chambers, mol makes have p .1ich-
4 '.- t. M 3 aInb,| Daddy' te.. In 1a51. the Anto
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lathreeame homers and a dble ls o1er tho Te be sefona bout set for te th e rounds. l nm mos and Ol
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Sh aes Richmond ginians SWORN IN The h nama Professional Baseball Writers ans will at last hnew offave a Keh.ner (-), Boer, Dtmar
25 hits, Ialudition to raising tio madden early lead stand up for last night at the ardin Bria del Ma"Inan Frncico oCalet. e ceremonies were Roberyo (6-0) and arni. and Astroth,

two trles and sgv thDoers pinch-ith Red Ws ad the S se LeaPerez writers Aoition J J rrs in ac tion.ten Parkey (2-) Lw an
that would give them a season's Kansas City thlreeruns t lihtweihts oltn'J. 5. in other har, Prson. Wpsh. Te E o () de I.
total of 234. The 1947 New York 6-1th to se double and Ne er" Jackson mireete --- r rl Detroit 1100115 10ol s at Montrea.ame
Giants set tho mers off Conle, re- Incord of lead to thee game to re ostponed because of ra at the Ol -5McCapic Stadium une 12, and We one (2-6, Abeat, R
we wld sIst was none o rthan se Baltimore orioles a 5. e It hom to o bout set for ten rounds. "o spark Richmond,. ,
pitcher Don Newsombe wa c Chicago White Brx edged out the while Ben Thomd M- iSB
oset the stae for the 1slut38 faor New ored. LS Bdthe. anId T Kan "-r-.- Brown is Ii well knownauMdla u to i 'sth0I0 D 2 ew o1 1sm3 e
o"Rwsd surprise forn homered t IMilwaukee 1 00 50()- 8 12
ho expected wasn' ma tn hird ptchn Detroit Tigers routm as the d esh- oSyrapuse. 3 The La ans were e more weights and welterweights. Aaron 2b 5 1 3

duel between MilwaukeeGene ans scenatorsed the9-0,ther vicry ...... vctoroinD n C wh8 Brwn, who fights out of New Croweb 0 5 MAOR L UE AD
w riConley and aBrooklyn's Carl er- games * A 8 h -Vo e T .... .***Nic h olk C(-2 Huhs Oraneansd ies unbeaten tl er . ..-. 2a ... S .

engaged in two 12-inning duel Roo itsie ne board .hn '.......... .H Yrkhe R c a n of n Phlcl danI unca sone Q c n Be .la rtA f t
a total o ive runs we red scored. Whtey For his seventh as the STARTSTODAY.!(it.0-12 a na t 11

When the runsmoke cleared last Yankees made It 18 s eI6 n- 21 raise Ci seonth pre e snRIFICt tibrghs ........L n 000 02. 00-2 Fr (7-rand Sr T
night there had b.ee n a total of ges .Fi h is wh.....2 nts. Santa fn start and managed a -Adcoc ..athv... KO1 i) -,, c i.
ter fptihesi dtiofpes-. un forh the WIte Para Cruz all dto scoreve otbelto rally B toot Arroyo (6-0) and Sarni.
or ba tesi. o nr a in e I. thre e . foreign fight oin action hen Ptrkey (2-5), Ki.ng, Law 1 a

bI e l Ies. ..... .. ... .. pgkeub e Na... ...t. 3 0 3 e ranr d In3 .o f .n. .. an- m t u o; Ca l.'1 e 7 aE
52 uh l eA2b toa.. 3 ras his 3t e a l. ........mi Stadi Aoum-une12, Detroi on 00is1o nl ans d.
-oEf tte homers off Conl yrne e n ale- _e-rdn l ,io.rs 3 h a- 1 Nld, 3dh '. J

sealed It was none othe rthan season's battg g average toah::eaiRJn1 0tone (1-s. uea 1ey I
R-pitcher Don Newcombe who .s5. Andy Carey a r t lso homered Sofoe JoArle cn hn drsa, bthl sa.

bee.rA'BrownIT".s wel. .T ............ 1 r dnt ou ns M n on-1 i o8th Sl s BATTED. i
et the stage for the slugging for N o w York. ARO

Sen e et i unons t ie r, Dtr .......

before the mle an ...... noticed hitt 0 1-1 r for hs second hber- rks Er Aaron 2, Reese. RBIt- e Cn Campanell eADeru.
wasn't making his cur t eb.....u 34 0 l 3 3 g(r-e). Ernert R o I.rowe Reese 2, n.der O'Con- Ber, Yankees ........e. 351 1
he v d tE ttIitn I F CWbspectivel weregainst local and forefn light- Tanner 20.....

L oa oh..ball'b" Robinson explained. ,e difensw scored ther rsnpvic-.dryS l lT Ce rght S d and welter ndeights. .........
W AS right. And as a resu w In seven games. Al S ith start- msVo e tballi... To oa ls l. 1 h 2 BrOwn, who fights ou at New ro s b ........ 5 0 1 5 l a, de ...... 4

ke e ry h a sT th-ow-f"Robth ree-r" ug ghe oudVoonyaol'. .....e..Tr uck o r d..... r 0o 0 sensationaloCrowel on5ae---Mel a 0 a1ne5, Brv es .... 3
kneweveyptchhes l wio three-runfirtandtlr3 B. Free Thaw .... 1 npoints.d araso 20: RainbowKCi- Orleans, is unbeaten locally. Logan as. 1. 2 4 1
ywhorh liners. I.. -ty 2 and Santa Cruz, 1, trail0-i Jackson, a New York batter Thomson If. 4. 1. 2 1D

ANTA CBU2 6:1 7:55 CAMP BIERD 6:15 :l. TO SFI f over the leadn the number of c-Flned op tor Lop.z In .th. ....h o0" 0S 001,"EDn 0.-Co.- Muell m Glants ........ !3
SAWair cit Morterlt" "WNn no IN THE RAIN" D championships won In t hwe c e n Bur t.se last a ght was nearly OeConnellb A rs. 63
seventh victory of the season and frameof nter. v drop- playground Yaedke 3 D went also to the La Boan thgo n the U.S. Is to ar- Crandale .......... 58
ed five runs In the seventh Chico Carrasuel's eighth- rai wa ecnd ith 100-1 points. In h recent outing Jackson, a to Aaron, Bres .......57

"81VIM BLI*i^l^OR" i n ,At-t1he track meet he-d at La .ourlbte 'un sc eah: rJohn--2 uLampanerl, Dodgers .... M

"__ ,^ ,,O "0 -) Boca Wednesday, the youngsters Errors-Porer. RB---Ernal, n 2Kk 1rrrs-Ard 0n 1; Nee olse RBpaeDoder .. .
and needed ughes nig smile chased home the won, Hunter d place three to e nderto, got of 2 o p 10 n 6

Swn won the Dtivtision A ve z ..rnal, 8kowron. acrifice- .we 22r3-hwSunsntdearnedrun ut relief c 33gto points prowinnasoin run for the White ox o 1 poi a -oe 7 and 7: Vargas 1 and Nwombe .. 0 1.000
serve the verdictOn of after erman L16, Rainbow City settled llr'sor 10three-Littrll-Powere. Left on stve belated rally hoby ree 0 0 C dl 0 1.000
y e the Do4ger pick. run home d the score n thanked. ans Jimmy Hackney to win -a split -Mathewsi .Ht by ptch- ef
uS MIND honbt otic with Paraso copd top honon In cases on balls-Kucks 0 Her- r. .rilo. ,W.P.-r- Ford, Yankee* .. 7 1 .87
third- pace Now YOrk Giants. straight shutout aDend .tUird of checkers.............90i...1ro m in'teuetof Th onid-3. 8122411 C'netle,,ank1e 1 56...
Robin Roberts flipped a o- the season for the Tigers.......................Inhepyrounderi-ob3lyn, askldeod2
NOWTShuffleboard .1.........1 iwotrek ..Al 0 A.ma hs edt irc- le l-

1:!1 T _Tap...carsglarticks Division B wit 24 points. La Bo- rt 4. 8..-Kucks 4 bert 4. Garr isi in (7-2). ......-Conley (7-2). Wynn, Indiana .... 1 .858.
SHOWING AT OR SER Total 6 Carey witou ....120 6 charge of the arrangements Reeseol,
VOBoc. 6:5---'335dBro ped t Herr t pc......... ... A 0 0 4...The.four-bout Progra.In- Snider cf .........4 49
ALB DOA 1 40 "olleyball.l....V.r.....hbinson lb 3 0 0 12. 1 Edwin: bertT Murrillo meeO]Furillo f........2 1 0 10
e. Unto" -'" "TO SELL OAml................1riRanPolayro2bdn o..b-1Q 00JuandSalazar in four oundsorndRobinsonSb.3.1..0.HOEt
DOi.verDANtaled n the Hur o r do t. e 1 0 0 bert Do I former wel'ter- Erskine rpe........e3 1 2 1 1 n er, Gidges........15
DANA RDRE.0 weighthnOunKFinnIgaft'sHughes p ........10 010de1
An MnnRNp on won Cw~ityn- ,Bcete1i....,~....%&0e O~sensational id heat.e....akes prs .... 14
-- b B yrh Reinb o w -C I a u n -Y n e e . . ..01- 0 0 -0 his p r o f esimn T o t s of 3 1 1 1 3 2 7 11 M ..' nn T r. . . . .
OULEDYNAMIT" "66o3 HO\S TO KILL"tMorgha p 0' 0 0 sondbu a01.o-t a-Walk s o in 0 th. ao A thletis .......13
_______In______________ ;6tballW................1To-tali 31 35ts-12oal WaJ. b-GsroInded 0 fn Budest
:M =rBo. Free Thalw....e..... 1t k r Kanteas or H isR.--M rn8thRfo
Rainbow City settled r 0,P -Ltrel-PIwbe Le1t on ;-1),_Herbert-3-3.sn9-KuckvErr-ors-Aaron 2, Reese. RBI y Car-pnela 47
and cruz blaped, Sb Us-- es. -a. Ahl3t3(4-1). LP,-Herbert*0-3k. Crowe 8iReese 2. tynidera, Ochn- Heroa, Ynes .... 0.....3

M|N~shoCt mtude -itolrr' Pas coppedf ctvtiep honr0 n ass -als-Kck er'nel tute yrlon RoiWo ,P.Aar- ond,............. 1..8..3

SM Re B 4BALU Shows: 3:05. 4:5,5 :55, 9:00 -
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P" a 'i"s:Ta p:e"--- Ballerina from Mexico!

Cuban Singer!

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fI ES Sander Thh ..os of u ry (1l.
edtherld' .eod for the twomile run In L
ci^Btaaumr, iscmirttulated bY H garia tea
Lwao Taborl. wha wona M. mr I. le n wi l~
Stwo other ru mt boke four-minute bar r. Ih
inatime o .4bre1aing tbe old record for thetI
- run -At byIl 'mGaston ,ReW in 1952 with a .B

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HBeA Le a to.e" Harold "n.. The rrest w h ade.a an
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**osles oraumms w mm e A uestionhrln e that ac attor- DEATH AT THL SEiEDWAY Amo of the five canainrolved In adcrash0atathe ImI- DIL
;a t wh a nrat 4 "nPhe ot o ela we Speedway are shown after the accident w le took the ukovl, who w
ha sts te J o c sday nig ,y-inteiUmoyyeutmrd. Mrs. forhi third straight triumph. Car aae driven by d an, and car at. right win

t-" wr e o The Chronadcle ay s husa o ant ist
01111#6 to" b e o"

.00 it" id blonde h .roolm ica hso

oaera u to tthe .n [eatte ef driven byJimmy Boyd. wt wath efir Itnd tbhi ann Memoral Pay race rince 0 h e
I'ltlebhd old at ap_ e te- +

Snst g 3. .t.iA A A
aend dorat enue l oa t for han ba Toy .25 .
i ml a medaanIr n the d .0atersHwbON atk ettn
liu'' =" 'W"ia og ,nHJ -h 115.'as- .cm n e
at' o .week.'eg iuas HvrtrHte. The'wi
., IJo did thesif thiof -hat.s he-w h tac ted D atm e n- DEATH AT THE SPEEDWAY -rwo of the five cars Involved In a crash at the n

Svenation i erdy a L Speedway are shown after the accident w the BillVukov, who w
,. I ,raynight.Ui t, n t o yepae-. _' Mrs.I for ds thrd straightt triumph. Car at his mprn after b Mitting e car-at rT .t

nothe.lnameo be about $360.... a eIm o 'l1'n_

denetd iBantee n atarnffodThetethatng sp1isaa btsotc
n s .a e2tdHarris, a left- a e tndede battery ay m-aS.,

as a ,. n *o n Ofse antrwlHr WAHOO! --e.

3 edly waM paid
fs In 'Ord Tommyeleougntidc.1asb uay.with

.- WI, hi aesurdltheoa- hidtehedr today all reah Nwo fatr ewuh te Oth guest of ,

ien Morana da a htv g e t acdtee didn't attend lotat thml m in .ii3 's at'M nneapo a "A- DiI -
Sale ins REast ta hs mey r newspa e n a r, but was sent back
ldo' entred Ina y.man ager-odnw ^^n m- + Bo=, ,u

I 00a' 21 0 tc% ontee admits he didn't return so sebcoul dpa
o oni ht a e n To-hou er t n elningbnethSiler. IN fore 2 P id ph i,10 games be-o The ianthopedrHarrisco ulr, "thPe

h eeJherhneson uhr.tump, .home A a h ran e o na htna. e al enougntoP a.

Tr en ), I irer 8n h andclaim he a e 1Tus d they're W esR S anther if l be th guesti ou u
old, th wree-man commis- ll gve e s i rddlmet officials t -"n sou ndema r om r m -s. Yvonnede aro n
sion Moran. = to her A question has as edover 4-|rules s.aethat an =tw ete may m club i theAmerican Gardner, 2 ?7 hadILD m,,0baI

r prong beyre Kansas o .aknfo a r or ice e expense toclacn._ un .average gam or t he .. .
SMoran, charged ith having a laor expense money for five he knowthe rule."
MInancaM interest in Johnson track meets. And the newsp
ihUe holding his matchmakers = his I jeopardizing hi sS... C.IICAN TYCe

The Kansasm
mlmtte hR-e nversaton h..d E- ie i arde mmp aym hs ermAShIN PA u

taken plkeuts aremeet a ifelisn.g uh
n reminded Moran that in .ne ants to invite M
taMony earlier In the day he The chronicle m says ats Arn ee Her
bad declared he had not been c d 50 for i I th, e No jthemild.
ineContact withaPenrin tohr PErl Mday 1-dO4 FresnaorRele ne.-thOU-oi u V NrOl.*0've always

d member ; of his family in t heNo san th d1 d olas r the C l his heM
week. P le k eas aon DMay 20 and Another WASHINONt June .-(eP) le and pay uneh laT for them.
"I gueU I didn't heat the 40 for the May 21 ModeMto Re- -The State Department's In- Try w ISTMKRO they're only

S question properly," aid-Moran, las. According to the newspa--ternational e d u ecagt on l ex- I^ H-" ^ ^
who has poor hearing. alsowillgtn

(*e Comton Relays on friday that Tom Gola, LaSalle Untver- .
rns a tonal and e another $450 fo une Yobasketball star, fnl arrive $ o- rA H- ------
0PacifSok Association meet n.In uatemala City on June 27 at
-in international rules the start of a swing around Lat- ,..
day, plu round 0 0 8mong the American peoples indMts 1 EnD ss never rcv Eo. t si *hsn C i uilal lemdtq lfam
1UB ((tooland e fromothe. meet.r That the medium of athletics. 01 ,w BE iy ^ i
Leag would be about $60 forW1
meet li Sante. returned to his The exchange service, is spon-
_, vO1 Thome in a m beeasSatee a e s soin the todr of Gola and La- '.. .-. -
W Oe Rmaned in California duringthe f.r. ji s a company li .. .. .-i _. .'",.
oriel. ....t hIr i + ,c o an 1
Rochester ,. 'b tifci k officials ay;ctbrie e onxthentour,.e. h
Havana ..,\ 24820 .545% Sante. asked for addit During the tour, Cbola and'
N~chmond .'10 24 .442 10 money to cover hirwifell-ex-Loeffler will conduct basketball
Columbus .. Il 26 .400 11% p~enSes. The newspaper sayspart clinics, give demonstrations of
Syracuse ... 18625 .390 12 of that additional money auM3- their playing style and meet
Buffalo .... 12 27 .308 15 edly was paid for her expenses athletes lathe countries Ithey
-- at two meets but that Mrs. San- visit.
Rtee didn't attend either one.
DAY'S RESULTS And, says tho newspaper. Santee 091a and Loeffler plan to re-
mtune 30. Their itinerary there-
Buffalo 000 000 100-1 7 0 Santee admits he didn't return tiomn:
Peterson and Heyman; Stu home after each race. Santee Managua, June 30 to July 2;
Trakan (1), Birrer 18) and claimshe used the expense Panama, July 2 to 5; Quito, July
Streull. LP--Stump. --Tomp- money to cover the cost Of &p-. o 2a July II to 17; San-QuitJ
kins. Clark, Kazinski. pearing before Kansas alumni 1io, July 17 to 24; Bue.SanosINS,-11"
roups and making A-A-U sane- Aires, July 24 to 30; MontevideosI ,O
Rochester 000 010-1 6 1 oned personalsappearances." July 20tou30;RMo,5ntvdeLo
Rc2mon.d 021000x-4 8 1 Santee sayp.-"I never received nelro. August 4 to 10; Port-Au-.
dime for my wife. Weon'P e, 10 to 15 and Ban othanIoch fams
FsPsholz, Beard -. (5), Jacobs have to get out and scrounge Juan, August 15 to 21.
(6). Markell (i) and Burbrink; for money. Her family Is well
Jordan, Heintselman (8) and St. off."
Claire. WP-4:Qrdan. LP-Faa*- The Kansas miler says his IDEAL SOLUTION
ealera. -Relays on Friday as a guest of BUFFALO, N. Y. (UP) mu

HavanS.108antee to the meet, that -has be, s121coupneftertWopar12ngFLY todois[ "olceimo

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credit Unions iy .M D. aY. W.,n
$ $250,000

The periodic examinations by
tb9 Bureau of Federal Credit
Unions of the seven Federal Cre-
int Unions operating in the Ca- "Let the peupU kno the truth and the country is saf eWe" ,-Abrk X
a1 Zone have now been cor- ou
These inspections were corn- TI TITB sa IPANAMA, R. rr. TiasDAT, y 2, wN E IS I u
.nenced April 23 by associate re- .... ... ....-
ional representative Harold B.
"right o Atl'ant' O., and Fed-
ral Credit Union examiner Har-
woera,ted y th o Krushchev Tells Yuos o
.,.The five credit unions owned he T s Yte 0 t rd
,ployes of the Panama Canal
.lf5lhvOf Russian Military Buildup
bal. In 1954 wth the coqera-
on of the Panama Can .theR u.
redit unions esablished loan
election procedures which have
roved to be thoroughly effec- BELGRADE, Yugoslavia, June tirement of Soviet foreign minis- Vishinsky was removed in t h.e They reasoned that f rutshehbe
ye. 2 -(UP) Soviet strong man NI- ter V.M. Molotov and his replace government reorganization which knew the Tglav did not want .
e r two Federal Credit kit Khrushchev, who has been meant by a virtual unknown followed the death of Josepht and would not agree to such a
he other two Federal redi stressing ace" in public. has A dispatch from the newspa. ln and Molotov took over ai., proposaL ECE16YPTI R UBANS va'sM i
onions ar employe of the Ns told Yugosav officials privately per's Belgrade correspondent said The Chronicle recalled thati But they a idjt abled the Bus-l a ah
rves all employes that Russia actually is concenfrat- the rumors had it that Mblotov the recent Vienna meeting of the rians to their bargain-his tal at the White Palace in e
the IsthmUs, and USARCARte ing on building up massive Re d would be succeeded by D. T. Shep- big four foreign ministers on the Ing position on th really impor,-0i, hon hig ghts of I el S~oth eWod te --
e w of the Ar d Air- armed forces, a well informed lov, chief editor of the So viet Austrian state treaty 0Mol to v tant aims, b7 ba2i down on ig h t
Teeo the Armyve a-Communist informaneaid today. Communist Party ne wspaper said: the reonln dea d.
e T ese e50,000. et s Khrushchev, the source said ad- Pravda, rather than by deputy "Gentlemen, we are all getig The seesm n delogleal sell-out,
Seven credit uos are that to follow the Soviet Union's exam- Shepilov accompanied Khrushl. gave way to younger men?" during to the Westhrn world, is.,, rM dnt I ne. von d w
h bornedit unionae' is co- ple. chev and Soviet Premier NIMohW Shepilov has edited Pravda for not unpre edlte diplomatic" "' 'm v i sil'r "l I'"u "-
ch borrower to ageedwhlf e 7srne'0 o-noBulganin on the Kremlin's "fo r- the past two years. He is a moM- sourcesherelid.O-hI
red with lifeaancemtbno The warning was given by Rus- get and for e" miion to Yugo.er of the party cenra.emt e te remli ToW withhold School Appropriations For Fal
st to himself and the members' sian party boss Nikita Khruhchev gtan riv. ep oro a s
in thg share likewise matched san pary ossNikitaKhrushhelavia.Shepos inclusion in the tee. threw over al considera-
s re at a dinner party in Bled on Tues- delegation caused "a o m e su- Well informed Wester diplomats tins for the of its political ATLANTA, June ( )-A V. so for the Advce m t of o a
th oife insurance p meber. All day during a brief speech leading prise" since Pravda sent two of have warned that Russia a p pa- aims when It d th act with a ATcounty he (UPce-A Vir one ofC olored People meet oin Atlanta of u -r ri ., "u l-ea
en O anzaons$1,000er an up to a toast. its star correspondents to cover rently is winning its longer ane Adolf Hitler ig, h shook ive f tStC treodtone o Colored Peope meet in Atlanta ro the
surety bonds of several thou- Krushchev said that Russia had the talks, the Chronicle's corre- aims in negotiations with Yugos- the found ti of communism remanded by tthoe T ffbeaeo th e ationianl As- er pi o
Srd ns c ofa evening all of- some exp erienee which he. thought spondent said. lavia despite surface appearances thro oute wticthe world, d ea vhi 'e h London ded ae rd wit the arlng t in ac-r-a-- Spt
andoseaployees.xthe U.S.S.R. was "Now, Ifthetrumors Thmisiniohwhich haslainidomi-r.'.od
andYugoslavia-that U.S.S.R. was Now, e rumors a con The mission of Khrushche d said what has been hapeenin in And in Georia, tate Atty-Gen. to force a mission of Negro chl-trole or no
concentrating strongly on building firmed, Shepilov' inclusion s ex his delegates had disclosed that Belgrade, and I etore that in the Eugene CoOok accused the Hih odrento o Atlanta public schools now ee
up her armed forces and increas- plained-this is a grooming or Moscow will trade approval of'i. Austrian tre .ty discussions, is Coft of vaclnu ev a district is iatsd t lo r o ee s au d t, fo srce te i
Le g e ing armaments. o the new post that awaits h in," dependent brands o'communism part of a pat .which Moscow judge in the South ina e "unten-. t C be rerlied frteeo ast
According to the source Krush. the dispatch said. for the Soviet's long range politi-as ado ted gently for its able position" of having to en- At Farmvillea Va the Princeve. t -t
chev didn't elaborate further and The Chronicle said the re rts cal targets, these sources said. "live anletlive" or co-existence force a mandate illegal and o"fEia Country bor of super.ete
0yto q there was no explanation as to gave Molotov' age-he is 67-a d The Kremlin's long range aim policy toward the West. ainst the Wll of theb pl i E d Cunnimous Tuesday of s a that e de.
GIrs 13 Boys 9 why he chose a moment when the failing health as the reasons fg lis the creation of a belt of neutral Resaia, these sources bebe, is Diverse n et on came from e the nhvis otd to aeu ve animous et for Tuesda ion,
.Russian and Yugoslav delegations lds retirement. nationss between itself and the big clearing the diplomatic, decks for affected .t e stats aterthe mcoo oeat'o s x Sad. ."e-he es qnttonfitv3e.r fn tecaioofwrlhy nial to ft eoresnsferhedr-eai ona fom dgeut
peace. terrof the Soviet Union since 1939. orees in London, in Italy and lag Big Four talks. had 48 hours to sink in. eme Court decree.l e eS -
hrteen girls and nne boys Meanwhile the London Ne ws except for the four es between in Yuoslavia itself said toda talian sources said Tito as But in mot of them, with Geo P dward y has eCourt decree.
e born at Gorgas Hospital CIronicle reported widespread ru and 1953 when .ost was that ugoslpv neutrality was the made it clear to the Russian dele- gia a notable exceptions, the a Edard County has
g the week ending at mid- more here, of the impending e held y mthe A. y. iiniary a gnmeht chuhev nation that he neutral, and thattude still was generally rone*T th more et opplsl l V
t, Monday, May 30, accord- ap-in-hand" delagt" a, the prime aim of their mission.provou ha s e
to the weekly hospital re- --n"th r usit to Marshal Tito. United Press staff correspond- Top officials of the National Asated schools ty's m ade .
'i.ree deaths were reported W ate r l an halsilerprtwas believed the Kremlin at Charles Ridley reported from 1 .ct ia ee t wgade
d ree deaths were reportedd ddi "new deal" in interns- ubjana where e accompanied case intheo w e co"rt 1-1,
at te hospital during the week. tonal diplomacy above ideological the oiet deelati today that decided in its of
Touring the seme period, 179 pa- consldertos. Its members appeared smug audW AIW an11r M 1S. 1 _4.,
louts were admitted and 165 uInuoriAnti aintioWed the move satisfied with what they had qe- latest rul"l.g To".
(e discharged, was indicative of Moscow's deter- compldised. manded the Prince Con
SThe names and addresses of mination to push ahead this sum. Hea aid diplomats in Yugoslavia r i t case and fourothers ck to--
he parents 'of the baby girls mer with a diplomatic offensive believe th Soviet smmun r iisdor s cal district courts w are
Panama City; St. and Mrs be discposedin anagre com s T $B
Mere: Mr. nd rs.Ande Mrs.a t"neutrli be s ina agreTo DiscoverAmerica- -praba wnithivemsettoiat olre
Trudeau, o ,Fort Clayton; iomatie sources in Belgrade nique whieh wll lima their vio- able perp w-th"dtolo
and Mrs. J. C. VanKleeck, of said Khrushchev's ope lug It teonow. Ne June 3 (UP)pa s
1d1; Mr. and Mrs. eor e 5for an Ideolo CalO renoe tion L W udid un e UP) e pl t a
Ernt, of Panama City; or. With the Yugoslavsl hondb ig W o a W wed Bde l ia discover A- meeting (oted to a'- --
wtMh the Yugraoa s s on hi est a i tr.cs ," it'se boutl.a b t n e con00tforamc t- pii W
Mr."S.Gaci, f oc In g was a "etalcula min"s uifie r goveanmey t honored the man I Ieal year, and tha o or .. "' ":.: i
and Mrs. L.G. Small of ,Gai blunder. hl a ca iad Quintero a a ac last.adht ," e s. Iebe
s' Lt. an Mrs. D. C. Burro who did, ean. Warren 0. Miag- maintenance.
fort Amor dor; Mr. and Mrs. He a ar ueson (D-W h.) fee'l. They continued the pr ae
.Rive, rof Loe ona t. and NY county tax levy but" voted 'use
*rs. aH.R.v Chdrlfour, of Albrook st.M s i d Magnuaon told the Senate yea- only about one-fifth of it for t 6e
; Mr. A.A. Grant of Pa- terday that Leif Ericon, the schools, enough to keep them in
S iI; Mr. Gant -V ngvo r landed in New reir
=na City;Mrand0a.A.DDel-.,e49nyers
ae.o, of Panama City; stt. and h England in 1002 Al D., 4 0 years e capital, Richmond state
E. w. of P C St,. ne o or e Panamanian director impressm- ahead of Columbus. school office la lssaid the P* S
and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Cullen, of funeral oWrio Jose Quintero and two partners Edwardsituation is "fluid" and
Sbioa. will manage the newly renovated Magnuson said his Scandina- that mince the tax money still is
a rental of the boy babies are: Mrs. Mildred Pate, resident of Circle in the Square Theater -an vian constituents are disturbed coming in it can be allotted to
Mr: and Mrs. R. Camarena, f the Atlantic aside for many off-Broadway venture in N w when they come to Washington school operations later county
Millbre' Lt. and Mrs. .W.CM.eyears, died at 4:40 this morning York City-when activity is re. and glimpse a massive memqral officials so desire.
we, of Fort Kobbe Mr. aMr. nd at Gorgas Hospital after an ill- sumed there this week. to Columbus in Union Station C.E. McKnight, former editor of
0l .H. Ort ham of Cur.andu ness of several weeks. She was The showshop in Sheridan Plaza but see no statue of Bric- the Charlotte News and now bead
and Mrs. J.D. Myles, of Pa- 61ears old. Square where Quintero was ca.- son. of th Sotuthern Educatio eport
a City Lt. and Mrs. A. P Mrs. Pate was a native of ected with many dramatic aue- ing Service which has flowed the
araa, of Fort Kobbe; Mr. and Georgia and had been a resident ceases was closed in March 195 Magnuson said he and 11 other segregation Issue closely, said the
o. J.B. Love, of Balboa; Mr. of the Isthmus for many years. by the New York Fire Depart- ,Senators are sponsori g a reso- new ruling generally y embraced
d Mrs. H.D Spencer, of La Bo-; Mr. She had been employed on a meant. Now the safety hazards lution to appropriate $63,000 for the position taken by the Southern
;Mr. a nd M r. nd B.L. Ter, of art time basis at the Cristobal have been corrected, a-site and pedestal for an Eric- states."
; and ar.nd L. T L. f service Center for about seven Quintero himself will direct tke son tatue which already belong "I frankly epected it to be
of Fort Tube. years. / first play' "The King and tae 'to the government but isa tougherr" said McKnIght.
d-LShe is survived by two chil- Duke. It a fafceeala melodrama storage somewhere. ruling, he added, "reflects
BALB Wintera dren, Albert F. Pate, of Gatun, based on Mark Twain's "Huckle- that the Supreme Court -has been
tiOA TonalDnkiOT n Dayto, 0., is removed A to a hospital afterthe was and Mrs. Marguerite M. Ashton, berry Finn." The statue is duplicate of f ,n a good education in t h e
S FDAYUNstbyoal ra ed gunDaon wO. ki loed to os ar w o f Balboa; and three grandehil- Its author has not had a play one Americans sent to Iceland oblems of the Sotuh.'1
H p FRIDAY, JUNE L sj.ot by a cracked gunman w eo killed two persons and wounded dren. s New York previously. He is in 1031. The Icelanders had it ty Gen. Cook of Georgia said
25H LOW others in two banks. Poce Identified the gunman as Rich- Funeral services will be held Francis Feruson, professor of cast in bronze asd sent back to the Supreme Court was lag to
2 q.m 8: e.m. ard Meyers, 46. whose only exan o was that he "did it for at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon at comparative literature at Rutgers the 1939 World's Fair in New "aplpsycholo and sDo=y"
28.m 8: p.m. his God." Meyers died after being wounded by police, the Church of Our Savior in University.- York. .to 'he federal astitution and
New Cristobal. The services will Quintero's colleagues in manag- saIn, n effect, "don't bother me
.be conducted by the Rev. MlU- ing the revived CI rle 1 in the "We aren't mad at Chris, but with detals, I deal only in broad,
ton A. Cookon. Interment will Square are Theodore Mann an d he didn't discover America," the general priples."
be at Mount Hope Cemeteq. Leigh Connell. rG ator said. Cook's blast followed by

I ISTHISTHEUN$OIT Air Force Captain Denies Taking $50,000. Bribe

m m",,,in Contract For 6,80000.0-Navy White Hats
WASHINGTON. June 2 (UP)--1951, 19 and 1953. He coededhe says you did receive money?"Puerto Rico plant after itinishe
gave a sworn denial yesterday to'a profit at the time. t'Yes, sljr," replied Wool. worked on the contract.
hear-say testimony that he took Wool also testified he had a cash Levy was taken to a hospital in "I've had a reputation of
$50,000 for helping a Chicago hat. hoard of his own. an ambulance 1 a s t WeneCsday tough," he said. "I've never
maker get a Navy contract. But nigbt several hours after intensive touched b# any co raotors* B
he conceded he filed fraudulent He also said h as surprised to vestioning by the subcommittee. y lust to civilians
tax returns.- learn, d a p closed Robekt F. Kennedy, the r up's byit I by u-d ',
Wool's testimony came during a session of s subconun that teussel, said he suff a heart here to far for I."
heated ail-day hearing of the Ben- bis wife had paid off a $5, debt attack and paralysis of the left He said he now wants to ma~ke.
,, iml ate permanent investigating sub- with a lttle cahe of her t.Navh rr, U l h

s us,,n rreama faked a heart attack last week to L o said he had bet ap me witnesses when ey find

mUa ed by testimony from H man I ,bcomittee Chairman John L. -
Iiti-ilKK* A a* l l iSerebransky, sn attorney for the Wool, a former contract officer MeOeua (D.Ar). A-M idLev had i
Army Quartermaster Corps. He tor the Ar m e Servie Textile bei' party to "bribery ac.
S". ,JcMniM I o said the government is g 'to sani A l Procurement Agtey, of government e o" I-
I collect $0,00 from Harry L, he had "very littl" i d been helpfl n
*seimK~JS rIMr.,,elnMaphIZ nrdilliiBMB 9 the Chicago hat-maker. latios w Levand no soedid others. .
EA T R E Serebransky mHd without. e_ Woiated
beration that the case has boome Bs- ki belee hi no iniai4 bab S the In .t*
sent to the Justice Department. He i Chicago hat ces of a

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lr 1 0 A000 freth Levy, who made 8,00000 'at ar. tgigiliied kat.wea |
Isminufacture of white Navy ao did you t the $(SO/?T .o epula n-L
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