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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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System ID: AA00010883:00761
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MEINA, icly June 3 (U1
The Jmeign Ministers of li
western Buropan Nations a
gre=d o principles of
road ro a of reopen in
egratlon including the joint de
o moment of atomic energy fc

NEANWG HOME The four American fters treeId bI the hl-
noes 0 dsda atr two ye ar Imprisonment arrive at Honolulu,
XawaL Deasendlnff ramp are (top to bottom): Ist Lt. Lyie W,
Camet n, 1st t. Roland W. Parks, Cpt. Herold Fwicher, and Lt.
SCol. Bdwf i Heller.

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HAWAW DOUM At Philadelphia, Mrs. Judith Hiaer, wile of
Lt. Col. fdwt ller, one of the four fliers released from prison
by tile ie Beds, waves from the gangway of t U. 8. Air
Fierce plane which Is carrying her to a reunion with h husband .
In Hawiil. In the rear Is Col. James K. Dow .

HapyFliers, Famili s

Enjoy Story Book Reunion

DOO:&IFJ;We &_ (UP)-A- coIn, Neb., and lst Lt. Roland
.ntial raaitfl people-" Parks, of Omaha.
four fnh m.Amea fil.e.s and Their relatives Were Mri Hel-
their les- ured. them- ler: Mr. apd uMrs HrV d JL
sUives i y telir story book re- cher, lsacher's parents;: and
uqtoa RUioVdIreamt. Mrs. Roland Cameron, age
heythey went ron's parents, and his er.
ntghtcl 'b'n I Vmade ,plans Robert; and Parks' r Mr.
to nmn and sighBeetng, and Mrs. W. 0. Park, v.their
of tey enjoyed the other son, Richard. -
and laughing Tthe Air orce flew th here
wl another. from the mainland a ex-
.s ..ona.y.were th pense for the laughing.. eying
ally- were th. f-- reunion. "-_-
era add ofm their imprson- "I just can't believe "said
mot ed China and Coimml Mrs.. eler.
nist 'ia-washin attempts. .
off a Interrupte4 "The most difiut thing
the n now and then .o wasg answeringhe .
tht t Lers could fulfilll their of our cfdiren and. m
ts." The requirements derfiul to be able to j It the
m meaan t answering IromIse I repeated f
4[genIe officers hat I would bURgw
months d aptvity home.. .
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'_reign ministers of France,
,Be m, the Netherlands,
xemborg and West Germtny
caed for preparatory work on
the mpr eoal to be done by a
of government dele-
gates which Britain will be ask-
ed to Join.
The committee will k report
back to the council of ministers
by Oct. 1, 1955, after which con-
ferences will be held to work
Out specific international trea-
ties or agreement. The foreign
ministers wilH also meet before
the committee reports to con-
sider interim reports and give
the committee directives, the
conimunique said.
Objectives to which the min-
isters agreed included: Joint de-
velopment of auto, railroad and
air conimunication routes for ex-
tension of the exchange orfods
and movement of persons: de-
velopment of plans for the ex-
change of gas and. electricity,
the reduction of its cost and co-
ordination of power develop-
ment; "Study creation of a com-
mon body having responsibill-
ties and adequate means to en-
sure thj fl 4 evepme
NOW a,--. ='

Arias, FRuares

Annouce Plans

For Bilateral Pad
The Presidents of Panama and
Costa Rica today announced
Plans for bilateral agreement
which they hoped would serve
as the basis of a multilateral a-
greement between Central Amer-
Ican countries.
Surrounded by their cabinet
ministers and officials, Presi-
dent Ricardo Arias of Panama
and President Jose Figueres of
Costa Rica exchanged cordial
greetings as they met today at
te border town of Las Balsas.
President Arias formally re-
cetved an invitation from Costa
Rican Foreign Minister Mario
Esqm vel to Join ODECA (Organ-
letM of Central American
je.sident Figueres told repot-
era the projected Panama-Costa
Rica treaty would not be against
any nation, but in favor of all
Central American states.

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2, 0,000 Britons Laid Of

"'As Strike Settlement Fails

SZonte-Wide A

'-Will Sound A
' M'Will" Sound.A

a U- a

A tion of new air
al4 4 the- Federal g ag
tense Adminlstratlof for the
Canal Zone this month has
been announced. They will be
used for the first time June 15
when a Zone-wide test alert is
held by the Civil Defense or-
The new signals and their
message will be:
1. Take Cover Signals. This
will be the sounding of 10-sec-
ond blasts of the air raid
signal with flye-second inter-
vals for a period of three min-
iter awarblng sound). It Is the
same signal as now sounded in
event of an imminent attack,
or the "Red" alert. This asgnai
will. indicate the an air attack
Is imminent and that .all per-
sons should seek Immediate
shelter or protection.
2. Alert Signal. This will con-
sslat of a steady, three-minute
blast of the air raid siren. It
will indicate that all residents
should go to the nearest radio
receiver for instructions, or re-
main protected from possible
radioactive fallout until receive.
Ing Instructions from Civil De-
fek" Ppeaonnel that It i sash

Ing system n JMI e will
be for pmrae only,
ao a qint ltha m see with
the two diieve sounds
and their men= .
An intensive program is be-
ing planned the Canal Zone
Oovernfent Civil Defense unit
for the next two weeks to
educate the public with respect
to the new signals and what
individuals should do on hear-
ing the sound of either signal.
This will be done as a part of
the forthcoming Civil Defense
test in which a simulated atom-
ic explosion over the Admin-
istralion Building at Balboa
Heights will take place.
In connection with the test
in which the entire public will
participate, -the Take Cover
vFgnal will sound at 1:43 on
the afternoon of June 15 eTle
hypothetical blast will 0ccur
five minutes later. The Alert
Signal will sound five minutes
following, or at 1:53 p.m.
For the Civil Defense exercise
on that day, the Alert Signal
will signify the end of the prac-
tice for all except Civil Defense
workers engaged In the exercise.
When the Take Cover Sign-
al sounds on June I5, all per-
sons at home or at work are
expected to seek the best

inr I economic effects of
SBritain' railway walkout today
struck home for a quarter of a
r million Britons who received
la rmn June 15 layoff notices.
Government and labor leaders
warned that this was just the
I- beginning of the mass unem-
.rotective etr In ployment that will result unless
rtediate nelghboirhod, the labor dispute Is settled
mediate neighborhood, and a speedily.
traffle will be halted s the Anestmated 1,000,000 persons
seets and hfis ays excet will be jobless within two weeks
such vital n feeiur.traffpi, if the asix-day-old rail tieup con-
as police and fire equipment inues,authoritiessaid.
or ambulances. Negotiations a r e stalemated.
Pedestrians or others in the All settlement lans have failed
open should seek the best avail- and the- situation has so stag-
able shelter in the vicinity and nated that Jim Baty, general
await the alert signal, secretary of the striking Rail-
The Civil Defense test w ayill Unionsaid today:
give volunteer Workers an op- "There saids no opening for set-
portunity to become better ac- tlement of the strike at the mo-
quainted with their responsibill- meant "
Ities under simulated disaster The growing unemployment
conditions, and will serve to and industrial shutdowns
acquaint the general public brought increasing pressure on
with conditions and actions ime minister Anthony Eden's
and actions which would be newly-elected Tory government
taken in event of n atomic to end the paralyzing walkout.
attack on the Isthmus. Eden called his cabinet into
It is not planned to interrupt its second emergency session in
such essential activities as Ca- 48 hours.
nal traffic during the test alert, Widespread demands for set-
but non-operating personnel cement of the strike shifted to
will be expected to take cover the government after the lead-
when the signal sounds. ership of Britain's combined u-
For the general public, the onions failed yesterday in concl-
test will last for only ten min- listion attempts.
utes, but various features of the The 8,000,r0-member Trades
exercise will be continued for union Congress, admit tinefal-
Civil Defense personnel l oow- ure of its mediation eforts,
one f towou of wr ln of te At aei edm-

co .. a, evasion

g eto s tsom Be W ol peace move
T m under way. .o.
C--. T-- a-lM, ( The list of plants on lutlw
for Ta/Ib asln .orders grew. Only about'fi e-
senenesr co,,ncu seventh of normal tre e
CAMDEN, N. J., June 3 "was opting. Transpor n
Albert Anastasia repu chaos has unded by
sentenced today to one year stevedor In fIv key ots
mnnMadoment anf died t he Wl where B4 ushIps, are Idled.
on eb of two counts of In-
come. z evasion.
U. District Court Judge BHS Will Hold
Thomas M. Madden ordered the
sentences run concurrently. t rr mth
This meant Anastasia would A ate.
service only one year In prison aOrvice Sund ay
since the sentences would be tjerica dueuuy
served together.a
Madden followed to the letter The Baccalaureate Service for
the recommendation made by the 955 senior class of Balboa
wU. S. Attorney Raymond del High School w l be he ld Sunday
Tufo, despite an impassioned at 2:30 p.m. TS e services will be
lea for a suspended sentence held at the Diablo .Heights
by- Anastasla's attorney, An- Theater., for
thony Calandra. Tickets are not necessary for
Anaastasia, dressed in a neat admission, but only parents are
brown suit, accepted the sen- urged to attend due to the lim-
tence npassively. He mur- Ited seating capacity In the
mured, 'Thank you," after the theater. .
Judge imposed the sentence. The baccalaureate services
The 51-year-old racketeer, who will be the last services which
was acquitted four times of the seniors can attend as a
murder charges, had faced a group. Several churches wl be
maximum penalty of 20 years im- represented by the guest speak-
prisonment and $20,000 fine. ,er.

'Natural Persons Afoot' Warned

To Watch Steps In Zone Next Month

Steps to curb the careless pe-
detrian are among the many
new traffic reguilalos which
will become effective in the Ca-
nal Zone on the first of next
A pedestrian Is described In
the new regulations as "a nat-
ural person afoot."
After July 1 he must stay
Within a crosswalk while. cross-
na a street or road (If there is
crosswalk pt tha location.
According \ a caal an-
nouncement toay, he also must
not at om the curb Into a
crosswalk If an oncoming vehi-
sle, flsoclose that It would be
baseardous for the drver to at-
tempt to op; -
Must get out of a vehidule's way
-In more echc al language,
yield the ? -of-way to a ve-
hicle--except whh he Ist in a
c r o s s w a l k a t go l a r u mo m ;

gSls to eWb and
must w*a om the o tI

Reviped traffic rules were the Every- motor vehicle operat- painted solid yellow*
result of a two-year study. They Ing on Canal Zone highways Must not park in a "curb
were adopted la Dec. 22. Cop- most be Inspected once each loading zone" any longer than
ies, in condensed form, will be year at the Motor Transporta- necessary to pick up or discharge
available in a few weeks. tlon Division or Armed Forces passengers or materials;
Bicyclists are not overlooked garages. Must not have any signs,
In the Traffic regulations. I The inspections will include placards, stickers or any such
For instance, under the revis- turn indicators, brakes, steering on the windshield or rear win-
ed regulations, a'blcyclist: gear, wheel alignment, horns or dow except in a small section of
Must obey traffic regulations; other warning devices, mirrors, thae lower corner;
Must not carry more persons, windshield wipers, tires, safety Must not drive on a sidewalk
at a time, than the bicycle is glass and mufflers. or on a railroad right-of-way:
designed or equipped for; Any vehicle or trailer, which Must comply with any lawful
Must equip his bicycle with ends up a train of vehicles, must order or direction of any police
and use, during the hours of be equipped with a red tall officer who is authorized to- dl-
a -tween 6 p.m. and 6 light, v e for at least 500 feet rect or regulate traffic.
a n.- white light on front and from the rear. Owners of such Neither the driver nor any-
a red reflectron the rear. vehicles have 150 days from Ju- one rId" r with h m may haveI
Owners ad operators of ly 1 to comply. y portinof his body out-
metr vd es, naturally, will Tun -signal lamps will be re- Mde the body of thenvehicle,
be moet u feted b the revis- quired on all vehicles manufac- except to give a hand signal,
edl tafl eglations. turned orn bd ambled after Janu- e maypasseners climb on-
One lcene will be issued te ary 1, 195. to or Into an alight from
vehicle operators instead of the Person s owning small trailers moving vehicle.
two now required when an indi- should check the regulations i Drivers will also be required to
vidual drives a pleasure car and detail to determine the neces- locathethe operator or owner uf
a truck, sary brake, lighting and reflec- a unatMtended vehicle which
Among the most important tor requirements. his car has struck or, falling
ehani f s and operat- T ee are changes toe, In this, leave a note giving the
an of mor Y& ae theft 10 S oope the "a- name and addressof thedriver
sows ftarM the motor ve- a&tia 1o me vicles of the offending vehicle, with a
bi e 1 efmyerned: hse jm ovtide that after July brief resume ofth.e accident
Regtraion ca4 and license 1, a driv r or operator: Be will also be ba-ed .from
plates be returndfor can- Mus* perk on the right sidA nakingV' turns, whbv signs
adattou wmtaf a Canul Zone res- of the 06 ad only; Me posted, or turning O a
Idnt movs to MI na ; Must M care in stopping cre or the eresft of a ars.
.~XoUt ho ivn to the staU mking; e may Wt MS b, r t we
Carnal 5in W section of a Id on a "r be fbite t -
F o w ,, e .e- .I ..rivew ay.. .signal a tN.m
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Indian Editor

Expects Release;


MANILA, June 3 (UP) The release of the 11 A.
merican airmen still imprisoned in Red China is expecfr'
ed within the. next 24 hours, the managing director of '
the influential Times of India said tonight. 2
The Indian editor, J. C. Jain, who arrived here by
air from Honk Kong, said his information on the probl'.
early release of the American fliers came "from a soul"
that is usually reliable."
(In Washington, officials expressed surprise at Join'
forecast. They hoped the report was true but there wel
nothing to indicate that the United States had been alert.
ed to receive the prisoners at Hong Kong).
"I was informed in Hong Jain said he is making a
Kong," Jain said, "that 11 more world tour and that so far hit
fliers would be released, possibly first impressions are. that "wa
within the next 24 hours." are t urn toward peace ratthe
The Indian editor appeared than war. ,
urpr tht local newsmen
)ha not regeved similar repo
He declined to give W UTKUmU Ua
additional Infrmation but did
say he "eved" the other 11. '4e i
airman we the ones tried an

belief that uch-.I
parut of Red ChM
ong way toward

i rout home
te rsonal
mBs on tie
mA will go a
ebmn *world
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Noted Magazine
Editor Dies In NY
NEW YORK, Jane S-(UP)-
Gerald Mygatt, 67, writer and
magazine editor, died In a has-
Vital here yesterday after a
lengthy lines.
ytt began his career uas a
report with the New York
Bun Later he became sales pro-
motion manager for Good
Housekeeping Magazine, manag-
ing editor of cosmopolitan M -
amine, managing editor of T
Week Magazine, editor of Liber-
ty Magazn, editor-of Our Navy
Maga and copy chief of the
Columbia Btoadeautkg System's
advertising department.

nipples was ntheUesry.
Every baby their was r

idhed f, adiAb ha 4
had speel are. Ya
monkeys from An04|

hostsnda P
All, alng the wayo from t
Cruz, Bolivia ftwhere they Wr
loaded, the 6abwy &iahls ha4
had special care. Tmey had
change planes at La Pra, Bollvlg
and at Lima, Peru.
This morning flaj took .at far
Mexio CRtYin theOlax teo *
last lapof their trlp.Jh
animal trou- p with fat
Home"-an **l-i dispLay

shipped the yoa iuua o D$et t
Sonstag in- C ~omit.

Polio Incidence Is Higher,

Than Usual In 44 Statesi.

The government revortei.oday
that all sections of the U1ied
States have had more polio cases
since April 1 tha the had dur-
ing the same peod last year.
Simultaneously the U. S. Pub-
lic Health'Service reported that
more children who received Salk
vaccine shots made by Wyeth
Laboratories suffered polio than
normally would be expected.
A Health Service spokesman
quickly added, however, that this
is "not necessarily significant of
anything at all."
The Health Service's latest
summary of polio cases to date
came after the agency released
200,000 shots of vaccine to get
the begged-down vaccination
Program rolling again
The searwerve an2s to re-
lease enough vaedne in the
next 30 days to Inoculate all
remaining first and second-
school children.
It will take another 30 days to
complete the school inoculation
Te'T-h'ealthb agency said that
340 new cases of polio were re-
ported throughout the nation In
the week ending May 28. T
was slightly less th the 247
cases for the rmlous week. 3u,
it was tMe ight numLaberf
that parthoular wek In Mal (
the last five yea.
Total pOo em smce Jan. 1
.616&y-ar we rw UN I May 23,
fewer tU the2fI during W
same peiod Is" Dt the
Igoul 46^

most cases eour, I tb
year, compared to t ina tlt'
The Realth I Msasie t a
otlansat the goaater bftV habo
more polio sice Aprl) 1 this yiar
than lastyear.
In all but 0 states
was ruuain 7 bhe B M -
medla or Std tat
the pt five years.
In Oew York state there ba*-- -
been 74 caaes,.compared_ to. .
five-year median of 30; inV ,
lvania 30, compared to 8;
lnols 53, compared to 2O,
in *California IN, compared
One of the states with
cases this year, Toem, had
total on May 2 of 1"', 4.
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C-arsmaOt tarusinagaint to
reach the bar ithelds n .wlh *a
4etee are resolved g rel o end re handled its a wholly efldatetl strung barbed wire and built mia- O m
a ,. b chine guS towers. You begin to
i* JI w o*et tribute r 0l dan't 'be iptll If It des't eppOer the see these symbols of Sovietism at
net day Letters are published In the order reselv a point 13 miles outside of Elsen-
Please to y t keep the r limited to ent o kngtho stadt, where the Hungarian border
Identity of leete wem t hew n es eMidpcei be . .
S TMh avepMper dm Ise ms rmU, gh er ,toteNS lt bs r lueu the Russians liter a lly. "
S gnpes one me s foee msoed s. reached Into an Eiseastadt hos-
pltal not so @lg ago and dragged is
SANTONIO a Hunarian.family of four from'w
rv: ease from their pain and wounds
t~I di o in received when thtie ey s, goe to pped th t I..M.te 5
Ou ssed right, and didn't get un out of town. Ittdo. ra in received when they stepped on a -. ,,
aoe in the put week th rn a covre the entire sa dt m The Russians hauled them . t
have clocked three and a lalf Inches so far, and more in sight back. to Hungary.n h tr u al o
SDamage from to as qd4 hoael hat been heavy, but so far Butack that does not make an o
t 1my avemlsed by w UN' a vo lok wet For' the first time in
at all the new mod) tnrs l ig so in goes the six ears old ear hppenin owside the Runplan o'eaf's eof" wha rdt
Oias Q mobile for a ne oe. 't h reg oly over ol. We are sendi tofoa-
aI-J of.a alm' itte 0o0e world .' We repei n di nside t e ware.
73,000 miles, and he got a trae-in of a little more than $1000, on in-and we are getting a eaou.
but the other $2800 was hard-earned cash and had to come out siderable amount out. Hued AvM l i
of hi p oket. Wnre know enough today to report in.ted
We figre on running up to Waco, 200 mis, soon to break th great sent, w-movig t e
t in. He has plenty of vacation tim, and It, looks like he will olent restane to all oviet vital 1 St i
a to use it. authority and a reat disaffection ou eea o ino
Got a letter from ol. Pace saying he wants to be one of the have developed hind the Swiss- I .altg
first to use the Pan-Attrcitn highwAy when it Is completed, and cheese Iron Curtain. t i aglln t-
Swhat .did I hve on t? To)4 only what Tomae %ardia Much o this I information i um wage ol or to
I Wiote me, but to keep hopes hl Maybe I three yeath... much of the flow of communiea- a n .
Had the Medito work on m, and two nights laSt week tion in and out of the Russian m ue on o ta o
thought he had finished 1e. Tihen I begtn to Improve, and now world is handled by the lSabore tI lakr.o to t he
I feel I could make that I pto PAntmA myself. leaders who were delegates to the ac
Let you know how things look up at Waco next week. It was Fourth World Congress here of Obsr, i eI be th
Sol tamp round for 1 yers. the International Confederation of. ee I ledae
pggu r5 lr .Pop Wright Free Trade Unions, repre.senting dg n li the a tht
54,000,000 anti-Commuaist workers."
el6f a JA a
NAVY EMPLOTYE I& JOYK D VISIT TO ARMY report to the labor Congress by M- ]_ PPo. Cgl0ri_ _,
*.: Iriving Brown, European repire .eV n ar. deg that
Stativel of the AF"L. tl w an s out in
Or the 21st of May thi aroid forces Inited everyone 4e-Brown revealed that t a'i Y e s ow si rwa so wo.ut in.e .
various POts. gowe empl y s oo the Navy wept toFt. Clayton. onfidgration's people were Brden.re.re
'And we would like Nerv much 'to tay that we vi.a.ltd .l t lttin considerable informatiA s .,I,,-vY -
Sd.flayl. Onoe plse we v=I&tud was the barta ks, and the reeplay a o ssians who made re th i r
D it on by the 3rd Mlitary Police. It w a beautiful disp of scores Of o cer teams, e. By B0B R UARK Te* "tai d .ad dignlfiaA New O
iln And we askedtnt dutY a tthe theatre and musical trosaf e Yoeant o By '0arie dhestaida ld az d
e1n pptent. W here 4o they jise the equipment? W hat t i t e co ven Soviet c 8grnn dg ib W tw t e d e "
of Ie equipmnt? Whbat are the names of the Weapons? m ent delegates which MoS cO w is The theat understhe- h
S And we would Uke to Y one thing. It took a lot of work win arod the world. Tey A Couple of the chronic bleedi that "maudlin s mentality about the st et ol the o. kiet GeBor huno Rs d'a1h
S to utAafine display. Aad as 16n as we have been down here are be s.ent.abroady Mosc hatts who work for an n criminals i the upsurge," And tlo C oa, to xor .ve. tirs Georgian's Ire."
i have been treatedmency as we were we Ea cd v S t w o ltl ubelcion called Tha e heNw he certainly seemai to be right. *nat n ou need tmen s loaw wan The story went on to state:
P .e erpeant questions. n e e o un a a a hlto r c tan tig rp lk.
1 4 w 3 a n s w e r e d u s I n a p l e a.a t m R u.il S o l H at o .a fte r i n U s dle adait m a n nle r t. h e a r d m uo fa it ,. o dh w te de
aOEstv o p F b hol.e wm ast me lately. din much' VLdescribes t, i n t he e a pai wsexame. Adorned in all his wrath and.1
seared us manner. Yes, m Ad lwt s nn the sao e at their tame who shot a strangettle boy. tor It s cred to me that ifmaJttd toaen. Walte beog te
r i tiaAm sn pr k, t obo editor viewed a Vecent book no e son except 6 prove his own the amirang Qoilowers o hantanA U.S. Senate to awishes. .. .The
SNavy Employito w ofm courage, as a t"sick, scared. I" were, ompeu to wne. s -year-old Georgan patriarch o
theWste an Cur tanit o e e not~ at all, lce who was "weak, not fierce" ecuton e make cnalr the Senat, cowed younger
vthte weIten world. I v bern cioted at by pple w04 I uuuvW-o' any other exec-olleagues to the poo f .Is
hBut te labor people here report 'wo, knew eolmethinN about lu( g. I don't know about the state of tiop, t. AckeC o, .uvenilmissive schoolboys ... From the
th-eat e ircall l tare en rSovietace -d n perm w fitted my. Santanaa hlaili or courage, but crq wutu o rop eaarpy am an- sum t of his years, be man-e
andZsomeo cials t e with bothe r b o f quamrreltn f i. all I know. ithat SMl algumen oan&a sleig or L aene utry agesl to laok down on his col.
S,_and .some cases, even the poll" ,ithe trade, especially with p e became. a a little ki mt rougn to assure e m9 A er and lea at."
tical commissar is contacted and ple I don't know. But It's a ul no ault of his own. It the likes Of lempt n ta e A.oo.apt, Wm*l tom he Times explained that Sent-r
talks. Sometimes members of a curious that a certain pa Lerner went to give Santana present. I nave a ay stomma h tr George had then knooked a'
ovet gro see out the anti- seem to be forming, and always medal for the shooting it Is all wichn makes :.tea hatovre .woriaprov from the feder a hln
C ta nist b. aopeo l ae, as hap to the left. right with me, but I'd rthea give "oasm,' qncit to practice. hill which would have l ie
pe here t.e t. lb. o The excuse now is di the chair,B a o al Vel e e l vem a t ro3a
In recent weeks five Comm t ni le tojuvenile d an e u mt swle d i4 t cae ralwoeet ta
socer players, a Romaian ways wth the hJuv ei dd8 .a w l e wa wr w e atpgae
oUnmt a an omeB en oa side he
ole ave defectam.vTh n.s y ide heav 9
mantan violinist lye a fe P il g my own books,a eeven e B'd w violence r e al. a A
,-.b -.,-- in- the Pia h "eay b ood,, buie d two faIft. o th-,$ C' i-o ', r .. pa B, We in n _h-. oweve was -
uarters, 196 Ave. du Mn e,- -d mentig and it seems curious aon't see how you can get e .. e's anve e r e mnce 5 "olymplan"from Georga
ahrerc, 19e Ave. du eMaeti of eso many people who dislike me~ i who attack cops, kill.; aillesa i.y, bystander has hseeis last sun w wraty, and also'that his as
JForce Ouvri e, a se..on of the to so much trouble, n a Idck people to aeth'for fun, have se t or ete ctL a poww srathyi, te, Id Th orsm
IiQratonal onfe(0re tlon which kick peopld ..to "h o P W Co.'s own erio em't vicory T
|I*trnational Confederation which' Someone named Murray Kemp. girls who fight each e in full pag I dim taAdea of facing ita e y
has been meeting here. tOn followed his r, a noted deep scale wars, and who generally sow needlessly. provhadalron he wa ntdy ed d
All this has an unsettling ueffectthinker named Lerner in duct themselves as savages. It i Alongf eese a14s, then, since Thevreasoe actor George shook
In Moscow. Officials are jittery which I appear to be a & adist difficult to pet a young tiger there Is no other solution, i an indignant w and It t loose
over the selection of the traveling merely be. ue I, together with As the picture, "Blackboard Jun- seems to me the aggressor should his stentioran oratory was
delegations which are intended to some colleagues, a few judges, J. gle," so aptly pointed out, themereap what he soweo, as an object simple. Coca-Cola was lnvolv
not. only neutra n this pront. Edgar Hoover and the parents of ar some people who are salvge- lesson to people who might bewThe "drink that Tfreshes" has
gnd onl neu countri whr e- some slain children, are beginning able, some whoare not.If you can encouraged to follow his example, supore George evy m-
T o, euM,'ST uRIKI 6Nt e CHirpo vtulsuh teo etlkAbu turin organized ju-t at them eurtely enou hyou m ayi and also to ostrato e l, hd te s tr is ol to
TE~ M S ( STR o Khin la ~HMle ar e "ve v "efd"5 vee ruffii nismb y payment n be able to love them into lwiom "turn about is wh m asy. Iars h W.
SFranc, e I, d r tanly, but they kind. abidance. But if you get at them I don'tpp either ao my favorite Furthemo. Bill Robinon fr-
IVER DES ri "r' a e.at s i er wa I Mr. Hoover said a while back too late, ifter the boy Is dead n' columnist ver heard of t. mer m of the New rk
for the information to flow out. Herald Trcunaa and an intimate
S,' IMODEtLS TO SELtCT FROM Te.. .e .i et .in ep aner, is ow a
the satellite. The other day Ie sat OfS& Mn -r .a .a Is tan

. '" .Exile. Its leaders, Franki"chek2r Pet .. Ike, was the President's guest atl
fr Poland, told me of their de- By Peter Ed son a-C ola, which is probably the
tailed knwledge of Satellite slave biggest billboard advertiser in the
latr camps.-producing coal and 0 United States, just did not like the
electric power and building facT s idea of any Jederal controls over
e1letrise power an turn, willg reduce WASHINGTON (NEA) The' advocates of the high damt have der reports that for the Idaho billboards al the proposed new
_lat9a, itur,. withlg ro U.Se:30 U.S. senators who favorefederal, f thaet Coteo1's provisional Power Co. rownles.dam, Powr er highway. friend,
material I t coa ppete with U.S overpment construction of a sin- or .contains many arguments cost would be 7.o mnis per o- forge oft Georgas. Soleaped intos
Th ar over 400 ave labor Ie, high, $,000,000 public pow-in av6 pt the high dam watt hour. ate battle.
mrs, a stover 400 s lave labone er dam at Hells Canyon on the amt i point in his 75-page bill. For the three low dams the w- However; what neither Senator
-waps t and te Exie al "n'Snake River tween Oregon and dowa of over 20,000 pa es of testi-. er cost would be r.a mills pi; GW. Or Pr CoaneCoh Wndw wa
I was told and the existence o Idaho think they have one, last mony In hearings that began over On these facts Cotello. commm t Gorgett ortion caCola kdw was
e can bythe scrmentpol~e. ThOe three months' chance to put iL'two years ago; Costello writes- "When one realizes that --& dIped anyway. Sena-
rem rout slav y e laborers. State woover P. f t .. em to point to Bonneville Power Administration e-fTennessee and Lyn-
rlng...es. actuallyo have. spec. .. They have been casting fishy the. _-mcpblWe concivAoR, that sllUs large amounts of firm power d a fl Texas had already
-.i.ated y.n their budgectzsc eyes on Federal Power Commis- ith marked and substntila it about 2.0 mills per kwh., It disagree tl M on Menday morn-
4 iD for the se slaves on Examine William J. Costel- vantage of the government's diffiult to see where in the north-lng. They had also agreed that
ar or e6 slaves" a o's recent oer which would au- .redlt, the high dam would be west power will be salable at triple,--. .
Hng rsome only a few hours thorisi Idaho Power Co. to build a doar f dollar the better invest- the Bonneville rto-
Ha i' W e lomeonly a 9ew Birs low $90,000,000 dam at the Brown- meet and the more nearly Meal It was apforW tsrea- l
mai rSIDE7;GCANCElSlesiteabove llsCanyon.Thde tof the Middle Snate oin that C .sel proved
va 99 ad" ro an, 49. Thel Icompany's plication to build two In of is, Cd o recon- thre am He roved
garie.99,. qdPoland, o. The other low dams at Oxbow and mmend that .e one, low, Idaho the Bro r nre hich
usalns keep sfllng them, a.Hel Canyo-t cost an addion- ow dm e anli sed fo prouce power r sale la the Idas-
sees as man'power dies off in a these al c00s000t.-a a denied, owatructo. d b Uer o.s own rr.tory.
miserable depots of faceless men. Costefl has recommended that He treuachd. to weousion on .'-l.e rlly pC'saontemi atoi.
Every one of these gpots is onoponents of his order be given the bas o h what hi c. ulter- there walle matter," comianaeps

'.:.. poble.8ovie. ped n no b o.bles the fill Federal Power Commis- yen.hi dam proposal h al- the qorthweet, n view of t.-
at cost so lwt wethm not ne tade alon ready seen presented to nreslagglng program of development -
to p penu dur in. th e p ride I There are about three months in 1960, 151 and 1953 and been th federal Moverement amL[
opens up during the e~r.ig ow theleft in the resent session of Con- twreed down each time. steadily dro.wmg sods." Tresr
sweetness and p lpa t wlyche yress. If the 0 senators-moty dag m would furnish s.r-
Soviets appwetl pkom, Democrats led by Ore on Sena- )a the previous administration, plu power to the Bonne e r.
Amr this we Soviw, ets tm tors Wayne Morse and Richard p t6r _Interior Oscar Chap- theebg obstacle whc h. Ig
m~ore, .because the Soviet hem-Neuberger.-Sa put over their man the project, orig.- dam has to overcome is that it i
No other machine is at the same selves have been forced to lft high dam bi in this time, t hy ,. p. rd by Armny Corp iae public power project which
time so light, so conveniently small, their curtain. Where they haven't dan stop the low dams. Other- i T. In he 'es- require a tremendous out-
so reasonable in poise and yet con- some of our friends are pInchlog wcsO the pulic power advocate'a- o _ecre .ar y elo s'f meadT. Je-
Sall the fealurew of an ofille ho- a-. ,,, have to take their case to Interior Douglas Mcay ha with.- cause ot v amnt's lower

.fel! ce.espendence,. for y,.. o their surprise and dismay, ease, the lo e proviaoneal or-rpuivate t
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Teacher of the Tear
President Elsenhower took time
at recent t enjoy a few k .laughs
wth the teacher of the year"
largaret Perr y of Mnmeut,
're. plus two of her fourth-grade
apis, Dick Petorson and Sue
Ike asked the two youngsters
o* they happened .to be Chosen
a make the trip to Washigton
dth their famous teacher.
6 have to make s!eeh-
ihe s

Mason of the House Ways and
Means Committee has prom-
Ised taxes will be cut "at leipt
$5.000,000" next year. The Ill1-
nois Repuiblican madq the fore-
cast in a weekly newsletter to
his constituents, predicting a '10
per cent reduction in Individual
income taxes, beside corporate
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=rHi H 'iDo 'te tunny," he said, 'meTit AJuat A so keamd '' om t he hmsitw
S m happens I do hew ', ona hheA a d kepai thsvs t
how to deal with w .thatNew Foreign ser tary foUll
We all have momen like that e een eleon.
^yA^b "'j Jacpme is gwit to with be- hn es o tweUN
Ta Heees thnae r h a e*. 51:. TWICEm T0 OF e N
anything afterwards. hIf I help WINDSOR, Coan.-( UP)-
hever wnexcORed with irs m over one of his, he doesn't weeks a(ter su ering a frac
Ee I ever worked oeith n Toround thasg w me. To him, kull, Tho as P. Wright a
-onl e fum*o h night's work. atoAn when tie aun mobile.

Ralph Irmnden, to c omia He can operate the way he doese he w rid w in e olls e
about the fact that I, as l because ofS two things-first, h e twe oh v He surfse
Kramden, always served fro n is a fine natural actor and he seco e ir
food. To emphasize his point, he knows the characters he portrays
was to take a frozen steak and intimately; second, he has a fab-
sla I it on the table, ulous 'memory an can practically
memorize a script sanply by
We hadn't rehearsed with a reading it through. once or twice.
prop. W e seldom do. S, on the So extended rehearsals are n't
air, he slammed the meat dows necessary.
-and l it broke into a thupand And he's surrounded hims elf
pieces. This was a surprise t all with a cast that operates the same
fag to see what I would do. He we all know our characters pret-
Was used to acting ad lib; I could ty closely. So we could almost
tell be was wondering wheth her ad nlib tthe whole show, given the
ird be able to do it basic situation.
Iot got Into the spirit of tins; AUD1ItY AND JACKIE: You ha9 to be quick on the trigger, Added tal up, Jackl Gleason
-ano seeb what y e do is, I think, wond rfu/ actor. But
Ssaid, n my dirty-look oi e. ful script wed hid. And holders again. It was very uny. l must admit he's a highly mun The one cara
"You've ruined our supper, her the scene she was talking But it was all ad lib. usual one.
Dont stea bout wa completely ad b. Of course, once in a e. it Next: Prod er Jack Hrdle.
aId, and we wnt on fro.m thes. That wda- the night of the can l s sho an a er ith tic
We've been going on from there opener. I was supposed to open he has such a tremendous load
for three years since then. That a can of something for supper, on that show that it's a: wonder
s the normal course of even on But I couldn't work t. Mean it doesn't happen more I I en
the Jaekle Gleason show. That while, Jackie was going to talk FASTLICH.
is the way he prefers to operate. about something else. But he There's one incident I ~eapem-.
He thinks he gives a better could see I was having trouble ber partictulary. Hl e was spp.sed Fine Frrntt m of
performance with a minimum of so e ad libbed his way out totell me about a new the-ory he xDaro d ar Ja O
rehearsal. He feels the whole the script. had for dealing with Wives. I amasjaw jeas, OWe are anxio
program has an air of reality was peeling potatoes. I s-ddenly Beroom, DB2ing 8q45 sad
when unexpected things happen, Here," he said, "gimme that realized he couldn't remeb r in
!-tAnd tr yn is-52 when peopn e say things naturally, thing. You're helpless." And he' the script. He was just walking ProductosdeMaderaS A.
feet of Marlyn Monroe, Even on the spur of the moment. Too struggled with the galky can around. dcoaemdrs-A
though it's just a sigc, men still perfect a performance Jae k ie opener. I kidded him. He kidded r amed b7 Rebst Cowe
gather tostare. It's erected on thinks would kill that flavor. So me. For almost a minute, we I realized I'd have tosay wsome- setwene Koda.h idt. a-
the front of a New York City we only rehearse one day. talked about can openers, women funny," he said, and, it just so oth Ave. ste
theater in Times Square where I agree with him that it makes who can't do anything, men who plot away. So I said, simply, F rm .wa
'The Seven TYear e Itch is beig for a more spontaneous sha w; can't do anything, and can open- "OK, Ralph, tell me all about t.
shows Marilyn in the skirt- nerves. Fortunately, both Art Car.
blowing scene from the movie. ney and I can perform u n d e r
__ __ __ those conditions, but I've s e n ."
Veteran actors who couldn't take
t oIn fact, some of them havetH
been near collapse after a Gleason
show. What makes it tough is
-Jackie's amazing ability to clip
-- whole pages out of a script with-
ACOSY ,, I out telling anybody. We"'l be
going along, nice and smooth, and
By bSWALD JACOy t suddenly ackie will throw a line
t Wrlttea f NeA Soervice several pages later on.
t r -q .You see, it's his uncanny sense
of timing that does it. He"ll okn.nwe
..- ---h that the show is running long. HeA
bfhas a stopwatch for a mind. And
NORTg U somehow, while the show's going
9t8 oeon, while he's acting his part, a#n
9 K 5 he'll also decide that we have to .-c
A14 iut. say, two minutes from tke ",m a v
Script. And he'll autompsecaft e r aGe
WggT ASst (D o ide what two minutes aitog
S43 4 10? 7 ut without t hurting the plot, ad
na he'll do it No warning, no w ,
W I e no no w--lust drop w aoupl, oe
4 A 1065 6 None .pages start in as though we'd
sOUTH rehearsed it that way.
Y aWell, if you're not used to that
6 K 6 o f kind of business, it can thro w
AJ 10 Q ou. Even when you are used to
4 K8 't st, you have to be pretty quick
Both sidd vul. on the triagger.that he t
35st south West Noth This means that het isn't the.
p ass oth WePs 24, easiest person in the world to act
Pass 2NT. Pass. 2 with. But he is the most fun.
Ps4Pass Pass Every show is exciting. You_
P Pnever know what's going to hap-
wontwleado-r k, ma ne1 BIGGEST pCLEARrmANCE
t a always ready to cover up, and I
May pairs faled to make four bet very few people can tell when
hear S with the North South we leave the scrpt.
cards shown today when the hand In fact, my sister, Jayne, thinks
was lde In the recent Eastern she knows when we're ad libbing.
Champ s in New York. But she called me up after one
Their trouble was that they were show to tell me what a wonder-
There was of course no prob- 3
lem when West opened a diam- -
ond. seelarer could run three dia-
his hand, and Ttould then take the

kng of heart and finesse a heart.
When the finesse succeeded, South
was practically cold for 11 tricks,
losing 'ony the two black aces.-e nn

Won4the hand was actually bid
and played in the tournament,
many players raised the.nre
sponge of two clubs to three clubs. i .
The trouble with this bid is that
it doesn't really tell North about
the scattered strength in each if ,mI
suit; 7 ut it does tell the defend-
bined hands.c (Opposite Publio Market) Tel. 2-3451
Wo en this "sdientihlee" bid was
mons, iscrdng spde ro

made, South got to four nearts -
but went down. West, fully in-
forms about the clubs, opened -
the ee- of clubs. He continued
with' ten of clubs, giving East
a uff, and asking for a return
in th higher of the side suits.
(Wet would have led his lowest
eld,-blstead of the ten if he had
waited'a return in the lower side
sui, diamonds.)
at's esy to see what happened.
The fenders got two spades, the ,
ace of clubs and at least two club
ruffs. South was down two or
tricks simply because he told the
opponents too much about his

Here Ye, Here Ye
MONMOUTH, Ill., June 3 (UP)
Clyde Austin -of Greeewich
answered "hem" and Introduced
himself when his name was call-
ed in Warren County. court for
jufy duty today.
) He abo stood and annoeea
presence and identity whet
the name of every other .Jry
panelist was read.
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Berlin Blockade
BERLIN, June 3-(UP)-WeBt
Berlin officials charged today
eastern Communists have tight-
6ened their baby blockade and
,endangered lives by cutting ele-
vated train telephone lines link-
ing the citly's free and Soviet
S Officials said the Communist-
,run railway system yesterday
Lcut telephone cables which al-
lowed direct connection between
,West Berlin elevated railway
stations and stations in the Bo-
Mlet sector of the city.
LThe 70 West Berlin stations
now can report danger or acci-
'dents only over one overburden-
dei line to railway headquarters
tn East Berlin or indirectly
hrotagh eight border stations.
SWesten officials d the com-
nunist set endangied city ele-
ted railway traf as well as
nter-zonal traffic to the West
because interzontal traffic uses
the elevated railway system to
nter and leave the city.
They said West Berlin rail-
waymen will meet serious delays
n reporting accidents or traffic
disturbancee to railway head-
uarters In Eat Berlin because
e only direct line to headquar-
tera almost always is busy.
West Berlin railwaymen now
Will have to phone any one of
eight border stations which in
tvrn make another call to head-
gtuarters to relay Information.

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A Subway Express

Rais Train in NY
NEW YORK, June --(UP)-
Twensty-three persons were in-
jured today when a rush-hour
subway express rammed into a
train which hid been halted by
signal difficulties.
The accident occurred between
the Hunts Point and 177th St.
stations in he Bronx at the point
where the elevated, tracks enter
the tunnel which passes under
tWhe Harlem River to Manhattan.
Both express trains of the Lex-
ington Avenue IRT line were
j a m m ed with goin-to-work
Most of the 23 persons taken
to. hospitals were found to be
suffering minor Injuries. The
most seriously injured was said
to be a woman, Mrs. Bertha
Schaffer, 68. of the Bronx, said
to have suffered a broken leg.

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32 Tree of The 48 French rtvr
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miony, Presidfnt gmenahover' (right) pins the: National securityy
MedA on FBI Director'J.fta Hoover forhs outstandingg con-
tributidn to National Securir" during his 81 years as top O-man.

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2 &"fl t.t. 4 e ;- *-- .. : ., . . .- ..
MB e4. DE cl4DW retiring 0edsi4det. eode 1V ktte Mrs. Ruth Gomes as she
aie f officee of pre ident of the Inter AmerISnI Won.ps01lpb. looking on to the right
I ts c-sandert Present and M r. arJorit ie of She new Advisory Board.
lmaIn ,eebmqay' at heoqd.tartrm of the Inter American Wohnan's Club on Shaler Road,
An mes Se the datE. f b presidency for the 1955-56 year. She
he.M'ylap euw t a ethte'uflbd er
drc e wAj t IAWC i tate Satua Atb dbr To tht Founding of. the Itlman. Re.-
laws rf rotatscQ, a dAMr@.*eala pu Ah.. ,N ,
two t i ces a. tnly ,btw' rn.s m e stuauys u uests Included high offlnalq of
Pana&t ..manaod North Am s Paniama and the Canal Zore and,
mem -the s teincluded 'T hie Am bas ador of the united meibbers of the Diplomatic Cqrps.
U.S. smfor -president and States. to Chile, Mr. Williard L. -
vice .... B,.. eaulac. and Mrs. Beaulac, were ,
Mrs. Gin impsoh was rhelect- guests of Mr. and Mrs. S.. Scollay Dr. And Mrs. Teodoro Arias
ed treasurer and Mrs. Mary C. deI Moore of La Cresta. Return From Holiday
GaYcik deParedes assistant trea- i Dr. Teodoro Arias of the Obste-
surer. Last evening the Moores enter- trial Staff of Gorgas Hospital,
tamed a few friends at cocktails and Mrs. Arias have j ust re-
Mr Winifired Hausman and| before the Beaulacs departed by turned from a trip to Guatemala;
Mrs. tola M. de Velasquez won plane returning to the United Mexico and El Salvador. In Gua-
the secretarial offices, the former States Embassy in Santiago. temala they and 25 other Panama
as the latter as Spanish! nians attended the Lions Club
secret aryMr. And Mrs. Win. Arey, Jr convention. Dr. Arias has been
M ers of the board were e- And Son To Sal President of the Panama Lionse
elected a follows: Mrs. Helen Ad- Will Arey, Public Infopmatipt during the past year. On this
ler, Ml. Virginia Boyd, Mrs. Syl- Officer athe Panama CanaLa.- trip they were accompanied by
vasCanpeater. Mrs. Margaret era- company iy his wife Jouise and tDr. Arias'sGirters Miss Mercedes
Ss. BeverlyF r I e d man, this two sons, William and Arias ani hai. cilia Arias.
Mrs. -l i raham, Mrs. Isa- will sail to irrow on the l.
bel .S ra nfle Stebahens Cristobal. lan a tp pen! (Co on )
and flxosda Ais at camp. ELh
losas t l-vatats Sosh tion w be
'delVallte, Mrs. ep!- spent iLare, North C o- IOWA -Prof. E. F.
do, Mrs. Mkt e lo'd e a Guardia, na. Lindqest .ot-,e University of
Mrs, a 2tfol Martinz, MrHs. I uwa's coege mea7n'.iAND
Natali t. deivera and Mrs. E- Mrs. Lionel Vanse Hole wa's coge f eectonics and
lisa da Heurtematte. 'Tea At French Embassy college were a little startled when
TIfe ad*lsony board lectees are I Entertaining for a group of her their electronic test scoring ma
Mrs. Marjorie Daniels. Mrs. Irene friends Mrs. Lionel Vasse, wife of chine scrambled names from test
Donovan. Mrs, Aliic e Lonbard, the French Ambassador to Pana- papers in a shakedown test. But
Mrs. Elsie Oglesby, Mrs. Jo an ma, gave a tea yesterday after- they were more surprised mo-
Scott, Mrs.. Angela de Gonz tez noon at theEmbassy Residence.'mIents.latqr when it spelled out
Revilla, M Cecila de Aris --s "Haw, Haw, Haw." n
and Mrs. Mary'de Galindo. Itallan Minise r Hlst'
A luncheb at the Union Club On Italy's versary
follow d thea installation of the Italian Am b ssador to Panamda-
n: ;offlews and theii Board of Dr. Ricatrdo oscati was host for
Dir ators,Tmternates and Adviso- a reception, yterday at noon in
ryoard.\ celebration of the Anniversary I

Bon Bon Dish ......
Compote . . . .
Dirilyte Brand Tray . .
Wedding Rings .. ....

Lapel Watches .. .

'We are unpacking

* For gleaming bathroom,
toilet etc. use PORBO CLEAN
. Bathroom scales ............. 8
* Martex towels In colors ...... 1
* Toilet bowl brushes ......... 0
* Plastic bathrooms waste
baskets ................... 1

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7.15 5.0C
19.00 10.5C
9.50 4.5C
39.5a 9.50

Something for "Pop"
His Day is June 19

* Mirro electric percolators ....26.50
* Chromed punch bowls with
.glasses ......................24.50
* Modern Lazy Susan ...........8.95
* Stainless steel peanut trays 3.95

Watch Chains .....


* New assortment of modern
ashtrays from ............... 1.75
* Writh Iron auxiliary tables -
from ......................... 3.50
. Wooden auxiliary tables.-In
modern colors set ........ 24.50'
Wrought Iron lamps with
table ........................ 21.50
j New assortment of wrought
iron table lamps

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Gold Rings .....

Cuff Links

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Tie Clips

Alarm docks ........

Money Clips ........
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Dr. r CP. IFabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
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Venetian Blns
0 Traverse Curtains
9 1i1as or Wood JaloMIuse
Call 2-30 3 o"r 3-4904
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Parts Sales Service
Central 26-79.

SSAILX. Refrigwators
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M ent, S12J month.
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FOR SALE.-Double bed com.
pleto, niglt th le. dreser with
beautiful mirror. A-i quality end
condition. ''Tranpm rs Ixtar,"
phone Jame 2-2l6.

FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. refrilerm-
otar; Estate stove; sld mhgany

denial room et; Nid W .hoAiy/
china closet; youth bid; baby
crib; 2 Hollywoed beds with ei-
nersprin mattress. Chop. NAi-
ener Obarr* Ave. No, 23, A*
apartment No. 3.
FOR SALI:-C.n le yp, 25-
cycle radio-phonegroph cembi-
natln.; Phone Ameder 1134.
refinish your bai)ko Rattan.
Fre estimate. Phoe 2-5463,.
-LUM HENRY, conrr Golden Al-
tar, Panamo.
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FOR SALil-1941 Autle A-40
Tudor mdln. Prfi $200. Cell
Panama 3-4941, Apt. 45.
'FOR SALtl- l th Club
w* Cou. eed isb -r, nettlest
* w n e r, geed trensporttlen,
clean. 720-1, BIlbkee.

FOR SALM:-l947 FPrd beloux
Club C4up4, 6rdliba iator, nitw
brbke |ab, seat wevrs, muffler,
and tell plp, xellent condition.
102-C G4m*, Phone 370 lob,
or 196 heate. ,

FOR SALE:- 1949 Pentiac I.
cylinder 2-dor, hydrimatic, co-
lor blue, radio, l64ir, 45,000
miles, 3 nw tires. Alse has turn
signals $650. Coll Albrook 4241.

FOR SALE:- 1952 Chevrelet,
16,000 milpst 9n. wewar, two-
door sedn, excellent condition.

fO 2, ANCON. C -. J! -, ": a,- .
DR. WINDIHAKI MIDICAL mode furnbed tli .44
CLINIC. Central Ave. No. 22- 2 bdrome, _-ll witer.
i, -ppolte Reiroad Ils..is. .Ph Peame U=a .. sees bsen
Phope 2-3479. Day-.mlht e --O RENT.-FA .. .- t.
furalshed 2 end Imodem
apartments. C. AIMAM- PHIMn i Ctagesl
FOR SALE IRA APAt, i l St.. Saaft.I.
Miscellaneou1 s P ao 138 4 Ce89.. Pmee 0" ig7.C.i.f,.
AI -.T-- -bel 1-1671.
FOR- ALE --- H--- --FOR RINTt2-h-ede ow*sprt-
FOR SALE:-MAHOQANY end me*A, with blciy 11i Ill*1 Vis-. FOSTER'S TA M oe
eamtruction lumber. "San Cris- ts Cell 2-2601, 1-12 mornings,- pt Ilte Si.ia tese--
tebl Lamber Yard., thk Str-e 2-5 ev*ns Phoaf m. bo J84.
aod ntro l Ave.7-1,Old Cas- .FOR RENT:- Two unfurnished. WILLIAMS' *sit ClUiee
|n----Gnel"o. aartmnent$ and" em farnishd Ct --- fw.
POR RINT:-Sters spces r chelar et. Joe do Fbrd Avnue ti, Zod- Ir
*f "rI Pstal." flmpriy ne.- No. 14. Pa..dena. I 0., .;
pled Iy "Model*a. Reaonsnable.
pries. Well deoraed. Phe FOR RMT: In El Citrl. P RENT
4912 working hours. Sunday 2- two bedroom apartmt wI t h R
'15, wi. S maid's room. Call 2-3742. "'U
'FOb SALE:- LeavingIF ltm. FOR RENT;--I-dsorm apIt--_-'.'- -

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d... bed with mat ,w ....ml Call lelboe 4153 ofter 5 p.m.M Planes, refrig rator, L.undMt, -ment. uipte 29s Itnt N. FOR RENT:--rurhl$*d ream to F4OR
bethlnette, one wicker louse 'fir. kfurniture& @ ....
h ne en ick ul FOR SALE--195 hBuick Splcai lbofurit1e &duFre tpe n. Phe 2-3403. urrsli.mp Me.710tn,; ealy Juo,.
chair. All reasonable, 720-B; hardtop, wite sewll 1947 FOR RENT- ed r n- Ap. 12. Pheme 3-0397.
Balboa. tan.k pint, radle, eeter, da- Plnk furnished one-bedresm apart- F.Oq RNT
FOR SALE:-Nrl reriertr froster, dyniflow, tinted wind-. ..- mt__ inn El Coace t No. 10, FOR RENT: Furuihed room, 2 b smi.
elf-dfroetiLng, 25-otl, exce i si, Z eye gles elol th.w*ay SALC -Air-endition unit, 7th Stret. Cull t. 4th July A, No. 7, upstair S- M.
tut condition; Quataris master FO EN:
futur: ichnd t bl ,two windshield squ. turn liht ndl workin hours. Sutnn 2-155$P0. " e 'Na l Pers
'tiy be rYIS10414-10P -HIM16 -lS^ good son-
b4d sn0, okrleobeddViMoilt edition and a on-owr, car, JOR SALE -Smith-Corenapart ow rent. Ve Pa rs # 0. rSS
ta, nee $1000. Other household articles. :ble typewriterSky ritr." Phone 3-2568.age
table cherir, fi-ln. to "Phone -7144. 2065-8 Cu- Brand new,$. $50Phoe Alb OR RENT:- Cle, one-roo (eneol ri 1
hbi lamp, rugs, rewen window -s. undu."Rorlontay;
blinds. Reasonable. Cell Belk mdu.________ furnished apartment. et res. hand rMd aorintll;
4183 after 5 p.m. F : R SALE:-1954 Crestlle 4- FOR SALE: Office desk end dentiel section. 43rd Street N. to ladloate a right tra the
FR SAL: --0 yl T deer sedan, two-tone, whlrwall cair, clinki furniture, khuse. l hand and arm will be extend-
Fner wSAL $-.4- 'P0- e trles, undeeatqd, rado, Ford- held funishing, pl.ntsl very O RENT:-Imel lrd; and f drier in-
5 I. 2161-w1 ur&ndu." igetik, IIki new, mileage 6000. c cep. Calle Yiuee LeN tends stop or derease
5 14. 211- Curndu. He 580-A. I P1o0n47. Phe t2-1872. emnt, furnished. Per Ave- speed, he will extend his ha n
514.2.-runuW 58.* -47 2-152.nue No. 23. Phoe 2-4710 or and armdwnwd
FORSALE:-. lamesstv SALE: 1950 OldsmIl. 310 SALE---aedar k oero stanemadgeIcy
i old condition. CoR Albrook l SiLl: 1950 o.H dstatbilc SALE.v. e h die on memere
2 after 3,idey Coupe. Hydrmtic, re- FOR RENT:- Frnilshed prt vehicle may park or stand, Irre-
t 3. k ....FOR RENT:- Furnished sport-theprovision
F- O -SALE: Mtgwfrri duty paid. Heve te sell. Real Eent wih front terrace. 46th specllve of the provisions of
FOR SALE: Maytll wringer Ceol Phnam 2-1522. corner Venezuela No. 19. Tle- these reg ulations, may go
washing machine, 60-cycle $70. FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE phone 3-4780. through a red light or stop

*4-RIht.L- ey crib and A dor Ck, a 4a la t t. e ni FOR RENT- Comfortable un- may exceed the speed limits
door SpAlop.tGetun exellenrihonne F. or s 1 Har"dware@ Ste tor furnished apartment two bed- long as he does not endanger
pleass *averad m ctre n ColondifL7 201 Phone T. 1eam. HArdwe St reoms l eech with *ath and hal- life or property, and may make
t094TA. 57" No. 7-10. Phne 3-503 Pan- cony) living rom, ~tch.n, whatever turns are necessary,
FOR SALE -4-burr sstev, POR SAL 1952 Hudsn 4- 1ma. re. maid's quart laundry, even though those may violate
good csleition: 7040 4th St.. d *r H Irnet, dio, hsr, od -- e"well kept slrden. Bel Vista. the re ula tons.
Colos. wa terHltoil < m 6 Hdtre Wdo 4o u f ht 44threet eNot 32.. Plopf g- No ercepit e oneon flo-f
.....----- .O1300. AMbnMok 3ll3 H~ouse -W"u g B .uy juS1. _. ....Icl business, may follow a piece
rOR ,SALE ei (full1t 31t92. WAND:-- in* .nl FOR REN. Fof lire apparatus closer than
. I.nn.prin mo (fal $20.r whh --Ats- *.. F" hr.. f rn"sed- one- "ned""roo d R- 300 feet, or park within a block GR .UATI
I crkprig m e n rs $2w.80. F-OR L A 'W f r p Ine. Call 2-f47u 1ema nt e.ro m ofv 0 location w here a fire a d f ourth
I o ,r g m a.tr 95t C 1 i FO R 7A.p$ C -^ prs 47 g o af id s .4 ten R n t I
door adon. Radio, dlr eatlnaT n I n
lights, under 8000 mF o t$1600.. FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished eral procession wh incden- F.o ~t
FOR SALE: -Gas stove 'tae- Belboa 2-4157. M. J.,Roeers, Ben I 35 Aee*n. 1-bedroom epartmeof dm Av- tlly, must be Identified as such Steaen ra
Sers', f ifor burners, sPartman- .Z. .n.ide Peru fapiing the lPak. Co l lhtI
sl anama Line ie and .Y lighted Lean,
adn SALE -11 951 "98" Ofd0- 3746 "Mg. I.

S.OR 'I hrlt ., n FOR RENT-- Furnlhed apert- pet..conferred with reprea -

$15; 2 irlakar sen aleln wiU FQO SALE-1950 PwHtecbln' menu two hedro*m, all screen- tatives of the. Motoi Transport
esMen $1. se ness w, eellent endtin. lin S me t, er llnt lc to. Fdsiv-l t
.shde.. Samturay 'meml 3 C Lp o.eaving. Cel ib Bell Vit Ph.on3.16. from e Naton of
mIIt 1 a. Sdy l, Genera. anama nd wto l raffic ex- []
1S 7-L Gevan. Bme. .. .. .i FOR EN-- Furnhed-unfur- tives of the Fire Dlvisi0o, the
FOR ;1950 J Lad Approximately beighty-five chil- .ld mt f7or 4 cupl r. Safety Branch, and he Licen l
FOR'IAL:-1 double bed en Rver, r pefeet M uI endi- dren are among tme 181d passen- shedrap. amn 4th St.c Col ectton et .ene
nmattre $25. Girls Aereay. ai r. C h be I d "Ld C.- f;rs sfkcduled to to or Ne w - i
Amn ,Saturday, Phe d h e m e 0h Y ork Saturday' aboard the S. S. FOR RINTi Unfurnished --
3n003. Eia h gems VIe. Y_ Cristobal of the Panama Line. apartment, dtin.-dilni ,rm, l nv Fppy /fi
...' Most of the paeerse paege Ca- beodreema 2ba4 Weids rom I y
ORSALE-NMr lge oypf .-. Wi nal ZoneZ relduAats en route to the perh, eml., crned, $110 / (Continued frou Paf -1)
wahin machine. 60-cde, 4 I LESSONS United States on 1*.ve. No pay t' Ci i..1 ll." G Stret No,.. n
years old $65. Als* misellene- sengers are booked from Cristo- 2. Se Do Castro, Ave. B No. only say over and oven "Oh
oes children's equipment. AHonu s bal for Port-au-Prince, taiti. 9-42. Phone 2-1616 Paneme. honey. You cute baby.' she
2167.1 Crunmdu. Plem i- 8 3 -SPANISH.. Imelih, Among the assengers for 'New -gazed up at her trap'nII son.
3222 r 87-5105. rcuiwl, Gaman given prmof.- York are Wlliam Arey, Jr. FOR RENT-- Furnished spret- "It's ust like a dred m,
-I u wb mulve $11y 8e 1-O Panama Canal Information Offi- nmt, twe bedrooms, large lvingl Dad Cameron. "It'sthe anser
FOR -Friidare.e- l MResoide.ler In mra". cr; James Marshall, assistant to mmltM, bthe b tid flnr, to all our prayer It's een like
ostof g 2 Id2Rush squareM We i SI. 'Z mfr Walte A. Dryja, assistant to the h storage pco 9i @Pact Ofshop, "d we would 'wake ani fftn
wicker Chei. a. "B'ta sudenTs . Writ-lo-, 43 m Marine Diretor. All are accompa- thrne riveIn de, n on .II all.ht all .ust wasn't true":..
on. hp n r B. B by their families. windows, o1600 ft floor po. ;The omen Just couldn't .eep
25. h.____ The complete advance passen- Apply: JAnitr, No. 63 Fel there hands off the ret
Se r list folows: Mr. and M r of July Ave e pho Hopkins, ho They kept reuan
Robert A. lla, and daughter;: *ibe4 2M. ...touching...careasui the uni-
C Studen s Dr. safael Alvarwe; Mr. andMrs.. iorma ,
Mr. ad Iiram G Ar v W t I The Fischer family, who had
W ill ..iJr.a, and t sds; Mr. Rober o n't seen the ca.ptln since
SW il l ra uate And; Mr.. ad Mr Grover R Christmas of 1950 when he went
Arn.l;m r.. and Mrs. Grov- .er R. ow ao off to the Korean war. UIkthel 1
MWillr..raduat T e den....; Dr...son was just the same. no. .
W III r UandIMs. I T hrl Be r ge roara 0II iVI Il sa *!1 aS UJ; e m,"u G,
S- *- two children; he hasn't changed," they replied
Comjnencenent exerc.e for Schools. Mr. and Mrs. David L Bisho to a shouted ueston
the 35 members of the iraduat- age will be furnished by the and three children; Mrs. Helen I. e
n class of the Canal Zone Jun- Junior Cdllege Small Chorus ac- Bradley and three children; Mr. On oreqest o the massr s table
ege will be he ue- cpanled by Mldred Damerau. ad Mrs. Mark 2. Brandon and LONDON, June 3 'UP)- In- otoraphrs. the o
day at 10:30 am.n theLibraryTwopiano selection will be three children; Mr. and M r. dia's rovin envoy W. K. Krd and embraced aa f
of the Balboa Hgh school. play by Mary Rose and one harry F. But, and three c h i I. na Menon today brought to the the film. They needed no ur-
WilUim J. Sheridan, Jr., Pub- number will be pyed by the drm.n .Mr. eDavison and West i test word on Formo- aing
eDefenderf rtheCnal Ze, G.ier;. Mr. and Mrs. Jack B.is& ces d sore.
will ie the address alnd Tacob ei wl l ore Sr., and two children; Krlshna Menon. senior dian When the cameramen were set- you
i srLrsiden ofhe ulm or the invocation lbse Mr. and MM tWhre J. Dorten; delegate to the rlltedeNatione ofi e m
Blasser, Predent of thecla bhe Rev William H. B eey, ofMr.e Mr ry. and t f f re fro the Red Chinese moved to four waltin- Air. aro
will give-the President's address t First Baptis Church In Bal- sons; Mr. AkzandrEgdin. and capital and New Delhi en rouo sedans to be driven t quarters that
of welcome. Mrs. Helen O ator bo a l etdon n w the two children; Mr. and Mr. Frank to Washington. for a half-hour of rteate to- -nutVir
will give the farewell address. Rev. John D.b Ru ,a oa t Flumarch and fu r children e scheduled conferences with union, away from onlooed nd
Durin the exercises, e. 's salon t Baweba. Mr. and Mrs. Wil liDam C. Prima tnisater air Anthony 3- lenses. They stumbled hey
Hackett, Dean of the Canal 1calaureafte ~rr. for Gimes, and two children; Miss den and lorditft SecretUrH Bur- walked because the pri em- byS
SonefJunior College, will an" theai Zone 3JunS B eatrice S. Gardew; Mr. and ld 1 acmllan before proceed- braces just wouldn't loose.
nounce the name of the WI igda in wilbe he -m Ber. e and daui .i ln to America. Beventeen minutes after the .
Sof the annual Honor AwaM t S t 430 o'clock in other; Mr. ALe ar L d. xrapi la ew e lgansed the be Vr P lt'
which is givften by the faculty Of Th1t ro a 'f' SS Mr -t Mnon .as p d r E emy ept\feoh
the Junior College to the grad- .i Alxandr IL Shaw, od Mrs. Raosrt Han;, ad to dUg compromle proposals graphs packing up re-
nate who has contributed most popr tof the Balboa Union four children; td Mrs. Robn which bhave emerged from his equipment. fh rtei
to the spiritual, intellectual and Cs will give the Bl cij- et 8 Herr, al u ter: Mr 11 of "helpful" talks with ui m
Sextra-curricular life of the col- a rtd n Mrs. W ad two CaW Communist Premier A steamahovel. whice ha
1 by Itla son, Mr Chnaf-lan PelpinR. been silenced for the renlon, k
Members of the c of at t Joson Mrs. Gera i thna enon's vlt coin- resumed its noisy chugg _
Tee mkembersn of the clu I of of s ore.__at r d en; Mscoinre turethi s w aeen-usIe c dr the yne ra-t e
1N85 will be presented by Dean *a od t ra; Mr. and Mrs. Herman tded wth the return this week- In defrting. the elder .
Itoektt, following whiclth he I h lfIon i. and S. three children. end of Britain's Charge d'Af- eron said he had no idea oliw
*, dipoma wwI be awarded by 1- r r WBila E. Kirk fares In Peiping. Humphrey lone the families would remain t t
4L MOW, sruperintendent o0f SQet. and two h ildren; Mr.
noun r theunamerted A b Lawrence; MIdr Jeannette Mr. and Mrs. J Salterlo, and "re putting ourselves
AE Ae f 1W ato ee- Mr. RarWT. Lage ore,; three an M d rr comuletelv at the dimosal Of the
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offices raised the "Not Wanted"
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I wqrd "comeback." eremo qa ,anstw
, A new career means as much 'Ihere are some things that on-
as a bulging bank account to many ly suuier rem translaUon. I ran
r of those kid stars who can't for. mto this charming Panamanian
get their names once appeared in saying when i was trymg to tmd
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deas--MM .M A, .. L --.. ..- -.. --. - .a A Mm I W em becomes awk- .nero. ,, cuJatrU. I have away
Tu Be *a- was 3I9t r ee11 Sle 2tt wvrd' aqd stiff in self-conselouc* Good news for Christian Dfor: known that there are some things'
Thi 'rage of Miss V a n I c e .e al s The only "she" n Columbia's better leit unsaid and untranslated
Smith t Charles LIarene Jotsm W i ..i 5.and '. = : t*-.s -ih .dBlfeW Slrisw Tem le, pro. t "Battle Stations" is a flat-top! It's and now I tand I have two such
wi to plae p today at 3 ll p Mt. Stat t r s the ome .t a Othe was the story of the aircraft carrier, tat would only lose ear nae
at the Ft. Amadot Chape. Al MW Al fl... .. T Istar ant i.s tr With-- U.S.S. Franklin. flavor by being mauled into -ing
friend. of the youI g couple arein. home JA Cumtv T. .hat00 e V. ',,goThise- u. wh lHallarhsn. Cuantro is ne pointed, saw.
vited to thewedding. i pJ a. ow a la2 r ._ la..5n th a W/lt er, To. i:ve eyed ren leaf that is essential
i .e e11 r- h-Hr Os fW. ^- q 1 a .n o Aecauo verde (Pa-.
DoEl rvrehons 1 mas. of fe a cods ar,- namanimn soup greens.) WWhen I
S.03 o l has blon kd stS Rai TonghVt spoke to our "Loos of theWetk"
Mrh and Mrs. William. J. Dorgam 4 onor S tat Dftevryoneelm 0f, d dgidthe ec a anout it, Yvonne Bennett said:
plan to dpart Saturday on .lpe.t a diSt"e v.. by rst..a y -her tow tu_ ne.e.wtsie: A ln eci t b -and o know Aa.Me w
B. S. Cristobal for a i .r B . three mouthoh r y at the Aibro ofo iathe f iscar._ r aft1eur plapyp. ,'A1 wst r1 miY w 'A n r b F a ou knowo Adelaide, wao '
vacaon to attend the June grad i Cb. Ver aVY W a rlta lig in aten luay. He wasn't very tarll r t t, l r L R.S.M., ondon. will 1 b a ced n o a
uatton of their -o W hlliam. S.i.t .rten Ia om .... necome. u ,i -- tois e iat pm implified cooking terms ny
action of their son Wiamrexe Instte t Jack Webb's Dragnet paloTAwith ad he's not V.e ta.le-.ven-at the First Baptist Church b-maied o iang-r ls
of Technology n Phiadepa, the over night guest of M 's. Law- starr. aa was still playing a kid the The program will be similar to ngup a San to Engish
Pqsnsylvaola with a degree. In ence Adler father home in El Donald O'Connor's still goingAndy Hardy comedies, y may a recital he gave in the United tonar. From it You may wat to
rV strong after cutting his teeth a rem ae r, when he maiey d m- States recently and will include use one which I think is an
Cm1a N h I l n rM r les plaida go re. ievie scenery. and dvced Ava Ga dyer. selections by Bach. Beethoven and iSpanish as it u one wore an
attending. & l i on I turn Mo her home i the s nit. i ut career comebacks in grown" ut h at least there is oe happyChpin. In
,Pafdv Be ,, the sn'Sta teoa n itrhday. 'Mn roles for former kid actors, note for kid stars unable to re- Walters, who Is v istin is par-, lITO
proean d C T gp pc ace cheered by the public are cpature lost lory when they reach cents i Paraiso, has atu under
'proee Im in Albvo Wdo i. .ia . E comp--ed to the number of the id age' of 2. Professor Marc d'Albert concert Some chopped onion
querque. --to vi it To l.1 Dame kid atauis ollywood has dpheir mosey is prtetani by aist at Caarngie ,HA ,Admi s. Some chopped tomatoes
qeirq dan ,Mrs.. Ch~rps Ie ~ The W= atCollion Club- covered, made famous and then law requiring thpt a heavy per o sion to the concert 11 $1. Some chopped green pepper
keta d L o AL Oewher anQ'pecM a Loud Sport hIrtoigotten. centag of their income maet be ome chopped celery
r a r ~~~~a'D a DI idau y f,' Br LE s p The awkward Age is their big- iputi s Ia ta waud 2 h.' SMm TO Aome 'ebo parsley s i
position v. ,,el. ,Petleu . a. t--uswlgtenemy.TTr n TFe derstSon
oS. on 'b provided by the, :al iutans. Few survive that period between screen's first child star, Ja dA bit of cnopped garlic and cu-
is C its and 16. Coo an. Jackie was worth l,,-i pi Federation la ntro (optional)
Enter A lul .. t i ve had letters frl fans asking 000l ifore a could balance a two- All of these or a few of them
Mtrs e B do wh talented youngsters had to be wheel bicycle. When he was eight, NEW ORLEANS, June 3 (UPy according to your taste, sauteed
Franet li"tuia t en ded Aald off the screen during the time their he rode around ollywood in his.- Former President Harry s. in butter or shortening, the Pana.
cocktail srty.-- evening 'at the IFl Mr. Hqwd Fleet with teo were falling out and their own $10,000 Rolls oyce limousine." Truman will address a convention maI a n s use daily in their cook.
Po nama uio Club for aher heW Mr. Si Dom'initch; second: Mr. vokies were changing. Today the only memory Jackie of the National Federation of Tem.rn ing, so It's important to remember
pnd old frieds on the Isthmus. and Mrs. E. 'Kohj* third: Mr. H.1 '-I e letters an posted out, rath. has is a few press clippings. ple Brotherhods here Nov. 5 the word REPRITO. In fact, for
bFifty guts Prve pAresent at theI. Hotna with Mr. W. M.Kennedy. er seerllmly, that all kids w Bad money management diasi- The convention, scheduled Nov. 'a short tip right now, sidded o
party. for acing was .The ames te p e at 7 pm ad -the process they all go pated his fortune. 2-6, will draw delegates from 350 Your soups pot-roasts rice, or a-
coyed b;r L-ucho Asearrgs. and every ludarevening at the Ti. gh that same age. Be why et Today's trust funds- Margaret men's Temple clubs in the United f ny of your be n fa miles, such as
orchestra Ivo -Guest Houtie. : be reaUe-and show them n ple- O'Brien is worth nearly $250,000- States, Canada, and Central A- lentlls red-Id ney beans. chiriep.-
tares as they are? ive saved more than one screenferica. nos back beans, tte at really
ILI. adds'a zerst, .. .
JueIe Claims $ ,00 as SEAm MA L S R$ IMP
inval"id- .. '+ by '..... .. o ow 'forn as or at.
J as i a se t ag d J "d w "d...6a call for 2. Lbs. boed- s' ip----urr
HANOVKE COURTHOV.SE a., nforce ,oe i- as distinguished 2ypwleyng .r mp-cu1.
June 3 (uOP --A circuit. dge pas. from poUitical s alty, or a co- erito
enjoined a 20-million dogr bond mingling of te itwo races up.ron:
issue tod groups t we .*ot .terms, nosautiory toither. I AmerI. small can mushrooms.
e I for te co tructioiE g.- ...Juge aze sai tha when te RIVER'". ....S Tp .Wor esterSauce
gated school which is now illegal current bond 4isl was voted by n m ho o
by edict of the U.S pre au r p mn e- the country in 1 "it was a mat- Can mushroom soup
ter o f commonknwldgt Few -drops Tabasj:i
( out. ter of common knowledge thk o ne o Salt and Pepper to taste
he action possibly could affect ly segregated seos o ud be o' Atr pv yr refri
the validity of scores of schaoe operate in Vdyour mus yrom efrll eh-.
contrut programs in VirgIna "I deed, the v ballot thatr W il ky a dd r and mushrooms, a tle
and elsewhere athe South. Many they voted specify that the bod ger, Then add your curry, and
baqta for suc tobond finaacm g iel issue was for and Neoo "er in edients and let simm er
clude a a nt to conform with schools.. at the time no ot r hile.
state laws eating to separate issue could have been submitted Yvonne cont inues:
school b a, for the race toFill y o u r individual "sea
Those, a awsI were declared shells," top with bread crumbs
invalid by e high court in its He cited the state law at th and place under.broiler to brown
Tuesday. orr for the. Start of time that "white and colored pei. before serving."
Integration RaIcesin-I sulie.'onsi hall not be-ftaugt in the .L_ ______
Cic it udg. L eon .. i same schools but shill be taugt ..
r M e ePen .:.P in separate schools u4dr the
halted the rations of aahilliof same regulations as the manage-
dollar sch constructionP Pr 0 -ent, usefulness and efficiency."
grow i Hanover -t The injunction gi'atbd was "
Km'already has been. sp1-t. 1 sought by Attorney S a mu e I W ,
a 21-page opinion ne explae the Shelton of Hanover C mouse a .
illegality of the program but t a heating May 10
the same t.C e denounced the Su In ano her Virginia Ch s nty
presae Coujt's aeti k Prlnee Edward, sauce of cn@. e.
We are or the firlit time in the five sbUol segregation suits
American judicial history preseot-, originally decided by the Supreme
ed with an opinion which ove.re Court a yeart ao, puoblici hoo
ruled well considered and right operating fudsahsre been hel u
considered opioess by isom: of for next fall because of the lates)
the greatest American judges", r,,lin. -
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prison, Emile Beaumont, M alea
Headley, Edmund J6seph, Tomas
Rosado, D'Orsay Wellington, The
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a double take when she and the new adtionm, a girl, arrived horn from the hoqpital. 1ag ad
1 a (.ta.a proclatimed .iaabeuitpppilteas at.having, his wife back. with their bA child.

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famine-relief wheat to Pakitan.
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Ouips OP nIical Senate Committee Okays Commission

figuresRorded To Keep Tabs OnbUS 1Loyalty Progra.m "
CHICAGO (UP) Political Alfteen-year'-old i 0 writAs that
life is conducive to a sense of hu- o -- she is ashamed to bring her friends
mor, apparently. borne because the living room is
or, appa tly. WASHINTONi June 3 (UP) -A with protecting "the national se- kely to be in a ess an her
The American Peoples Encyclo- Senate subcommittee brushed -a- curity" and preserving "basic A- moter sure to be weaig ,g
pedia includes the following: side administration objections, to- mencan rights." faded, ol housedress or may eve
"The work was killing me they' day.and voted unanimously to set The measure was. pushed by be in the housecoat she had on
called me out of bed at all hours u -a special bipartisan commis- Democrats to prevent What they breakfast. h
of the night, to, eeive t reiga sinh to keep tabs on the govern- have called abuses in the govern- "Ilove my mother, she say
nations of prime minister" ment's controversial loyalty se- ment's security program. Subcom- "he is good to me nd buys
natio o curity program. mittee approval came Amid these a the pretty qloth s l .. A
Vice.President Richar 4 ion: other developments: why doesn't she see that I wat
"A Republican ahpuldn't say, tis, The seven-man government o 1. Former Sen. Harry P. Cain be proud of her and my homr
but when .aby I playIdth operations subcommittee approved (R-Wash.) told the Senate. Civ ave you. -tzijed N heft
.W. ;. the measm-e' despite a "st teent1 Serlt ce ConttnifEs that gove ou faelI. ot.i a ~a '
o chen M..o t lr. b Aty.Geni- Herbert. Bro ment employes suspected t being ut in actions? -
John Foster Uilles: s, Madam, Jr., that such, a commission .would security risks should be allowed to
is the conference room where your serve no useful p u rp os e. The face tneir accusers unless expo- You could, you know. give th
husband gives me so much group is comprised of. our Demo- sure of the informants would jeo- living room a good clean be-
crats and three republicans. pardize nationals security. tfre you go to bed at ni --- r
t,. ; ,. .- 'Under. the ., a, 12 --member 2. FBI Director.J. Edgar Hoo make sure that d is straightened
Presde t6tnastasio Somoza of commission .auld estabUlk pro- ver said in a bulletin tQ law en- pgo before you leave for school in
Nica- -e United States endures for eurityi hivetgatZ0ni orcement officials that the confi th morning.
likean old wife We of government d ot dental informant system is "an1 If yu mother' comments it
woIt- rather b, treated Ike a er, 'with access tv.alintorma- essential safeguard 'against the e- your sudden interest in housekeep-
youn mnistress.s" 'tion. Th group wfuld:beialairged v'i frees which threaten national tnt, explain that. you'd like t6
S- and Individual security." brmg a friend home .roa school
S" ,' ese.and Justice Depart- -and you. want the house to look
"* ment official told the Searte in. nice. '
SIterna security subcommittee they Mother Is Prohbaly Overworked
U UIT Meed additional authority to re- You don't say how much -your
Move rhundrJs" of known Com- mother has to dO And maybe you
1mumnits from vital defense plants. don't even know. Yode mother
he bill approved by the govern- mother could be .evarwotked, you
ment operations subcommittee, know, and your helping out would
Great White Fleet |would empower the proposed Com- be really appreciated.
Arrivsion i hold hearings, subpoena. As for clothes, you say' your
New Orleans Service Arriv' witness and obtain conficential.nother buys you & she ca af-
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H se Post Office Committee thathw yr h me a d,' your
h approved a bill to protect 'mtber l obk, ,i ,nt.to you.
Saist scorpion, a new -
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bet tabane of Arizona State U- cago, a ding the li ois
diversity ran through his supply, state p1uUe alth director, Dr.
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ly's. biological research, has de- Croa said Shit of J6,M Jabis
vepeda a vaccine against scor- bofa Iu I, or
p -n btes by using the j oon i.; per cent, 'were llgWtaa. In
fr the inset itaf. he b the illegmaeicy rate ws sU
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mailing, them in envelope. match r the hig legitima
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a ilp Committee will sponsor an o- BIRMIGHAM, Al.RI.A. i,-like Andrew. married ad pla. were made for e wing to
4 veright outing July 2 to 4 at Chi. (UP )-FBI and shler' the-father of daughter, ha I**. take are o010 boys and s.
"tre and L.os Santos. seized a second ausp_ 500. .'his pospesuion when caught with the re.,
In addition to its educational tacular Alabama banIl'obry theI FB aid.' it wife was with dent 1tb opplic HU ieelen-
reat,*es the outing will include'a s evada playground entshi. ey IUcdrdo Ari1ps EspinQag, he has
alghtasuig, touring, swwimming believed today more than H,50 | .e kindly prOmised that the Govern-,
and other attractions, details oft.tf N,7o7 loot-as been re- He was to be arraigned on fed- me. O-.Panama will furnish the
which will be announced at a la- coveredd. Alton D. Ellis, 41,'a part.'eral bank robbery charges before labor to convert in reality o u
te'" -late. ,time insurance salesman from rJustice -of the Peace.John MendiI dreams I
Tickets may be acquired from Clearwater, Fla.. was arrested za of Las Vegas, sitting for U. &
Novedades McAlmo n, P a-c i f i c Wednesday night in the parking. Commissioner A. G. Blad. Our biggest effort was dedicated i
Clubhouse Bar ber Shop, John lot oT a swank "Strip" hotel-casi-. In Miami, the FBI said "more to the raffle, but nevertheless we
Sprnier (El Panama America no in Las Vegas. Than .000o" was recovered from kept working for the welfare ofi
printing plant) and Buster Reece, Joe Paul Andrews. also 41 and'AndreWs' new Packard automo- _ ... .
H0use o. 114, Paralso. "known to be a good friend of bile. i
-Bli,." was arrested at Clearwater .. IC CREAM FIGURES
W ...... i01_ I-a Wednesday. Andrews' wife and two' Also held were his brothers-in-.
rTio WalksOull t brothers-in-laws also were held as laws Atherson Henderson, 21, an CHICAGO (UPi On an
accessories in the May 20 robbery airman on leave from his Roswell, averagee" day', 23 per cent of all
UfL -- l--I.. UfL.. of the First National Bank of N.M.. base; and Prestoh Header- American families serve ice
Winl AC cI I' l WaKis Jacksonville, Ala. son, 26. Special FBI agent James cream, the American Dairy Asso-
W ATss W Two other men still We re A, Robey in Birmingham sa id elation reports. The association
.OLLYWOOD,.Ju n e 3 UP) sought as members of the four- I Preston Henderson w o u Id be said a survey disclosed that 39 per
nOLLYWOOD.e June. t'l(UP) men gang that seized a banker's charged with receiving and pos ent of a. group between 15 and 4
anomae, srhenh atress-baluer- wife and two small children as sessing stolen bank funds. years old consumed some ice
I ens, reported to police she was a- hostages in their home while the I Exact charges against Mrs. Bur- ,cream on any average day. For
wal:ened early- yesterday by a banker was forced to let two of ma Henderson Andrews, the ban- persons 55 years and over, the
prowler peering into her room the gunmen into the bank. dit suspect's wife, and Atherson figure was 21 per cent.
from an adjacent room. G-men indicated they were well; Henderson were %ot announced.
T' e darer, wife of reh h on, the track of the other two as I All four were. to be arraigned In
Treg.dacer wife of Frentah a they moved speedily to complete, Tampa before U.S. Commissioner.
reograper ewRoland Peetnl..acid the formalities of returning t h e Paul Pinkerton. !
that.whn the. prow-lr n.ic she two already held to Alabama for Andrews and his -relatives were
wa s a.ke, "he walked out th e p,.aecution $ttle known in the Clearwater a- :
S-, 'X. r uhg, l rMM. j .FR agent ,and sheriff. i ete,, .,. -anmdI .w-MeUdestoed',4he, b
O ^'_s 4w U giants of Clark County,- Nev., ar-I eatle from the .Oadden,. AMh., a.
ths_ roiom with herdaner reted Ellis without resistance aft- rea not far from-the seene-of the
Police reported the prpwler ap-, er searching far him several hours bank robbery. Andrews had a long
parents had ,taken nothing. Th in the night life area on a "tip" burglary and larceny record in
dancer's husband recently return- that he was in the vicinity. Alabama.
ed to Paris.

dollar bill arrives each year at the
Allegheny County treasurer's of-
fice Li a plain envelope with no
identification or explanation.
Treasurer John M. Kane says. "A
parently someone is trying to pay
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tfa a good quantity of garden, car- birth to a diaugiter weighing six
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Class D $700 Sprint

Regal Bliss, Majestic,

Happy Abode Favorites

Seven Class D imported thoroughbreds *ill dis-
pute the $600 purse in the featured seven-furlong
sprint tomorrow afternoon at the Juan Franco race

- Regal Bliss, second his last
three times out. looms as the
Prospective mutuels favorite.
. The Plo de los Casares racer.
however, is sure to receive stiff
competition both in the mutuels
and in the actual r ace from
Happy Abode and Majestic.
Happy Abode disappointed her
last time out after finishing an
impressive second to Monte
' .Rouge In her return to the races
following a long layoff. The
cicckers report that she appears
to be improved during her work-
ones and they expect her to per-
form creditably this time.

Dark Sunset and cythla,.
which goes in an entry with Re-
gal Bliss. round out the field.
Jorge Phillips will ride Regal
BUss, Freddy Rose has the leg
up on Happy Abode, Epaminon-
das Corcho will guide Dark Sun-
set and Fprtunato Hidalgo Jr.
will be aboard Scythia.

The race has all the earmarks
of a thriller and could easily
produce an upset longshot win-

Ten other races are include
on a better than average prc

Ma1jcsi': ,as the center of a gram.
big controversy because of a sur-
a form reversal. Luis Giraldo an a aan
will replace CrIstian RebolledoP agTeenagers
pr iPlny VFWla Ta In
In the sadlle.
1Vc :', SLar. down in class. Play VIW Teeners
cculd be another with heavy
m:-tuei s play. She will be ridden TommrW Sulday
by Jose Bravo. The Star didn't l OllllMO Sunday
show much in her previous out-
Ing. A selection of teenagers thai
SIMe h in.. ,- .,1@.1am il

apyed in vari Vous ie agu al
the Republic will play a two-
fgame series with the team
rom the Canal Zone that Is
looking forward to going to
Hershey, Pennsylvania to com-
pete in the National VFW
Weather permitting, both
games will start at 3:30 p.m.
In the Balboa Stadium Satur-
day and Sunday.
The games wil have a three
fold purpose, namely, to keep
the Canal Zone In shape for
the ensuing tourney, second to
help raise some cash and third
to see how the talent from
both sides shape up.

What belongs

in a safe?

Most people say "money." And, of course, they
are right. But, that's just a small part of the story.
Every family and every business has valuables
that cannot be replaced gat gY cast. And
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uan Franco Graded Enies
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Jockey Wgt. COMMENT

1st Race "1" Imported 4A Pp. Purse $375
First Race of the Double

1-Verticordia V. Brown
2-Bahamondes J. Avila
3--Quilacoya J. Bravo
4-Reflector 0. Sanchez
5-Pincel M. Guerrero
6-Fangio K. Flores

Pool elo 11:451

115x-Distance handleaps
115 -Showing improvement
114 -Early speed only
115 -Reportedly ready
113 -Rates good chance
116 -Dangerous contender

2nd Race "I" Imported 41 Fp.Pudse $375
Second Race of the Double

Pool Close 1:15

1-Alabarda F. Hidalgo 112 -Hard to beat here
2-Paques J. Phillips 106 -Ran well in last
3-Slsmo E. Ortega 107 -Nothing to indicate
4--More Fair 0. de Leon 102x -Good early speed
5-Mr. Foot L. Giraldo 115 -Post-to-post in last
6-Choice Brand A. Mena 118 -Good in short sprints
7-Pebetero E. Dario 114-Aiming for payoff

3rd Race "H" Natives 6 Fgs. Purse $275
One Two


Pool Closes 1:45

1-Prot6n J. G6ngora 106 -Nothing in months
d 2-wMalaya E. Ortega 106 -Returns from layoff
o- 3-Conquistador L. Olraldo 114 -Outside chance here
4-Camar6n 0. de Le6n 108x -Needs better rider
5-Candelaria E. Dario 109 -Hard to actch now
6-Lady Dancer F. Rose 112 -Dangerous contender
7-Jal Alal G. Snchez 116 -Form indicates

4th Race "E" Natives 6$ Fgs. Purse $275


Pool Closes 3:20

1-Pregonero H. Ruiz 104 -Would pay juicy odds 10-1
2-Sierra Velluda C. Lino 115 ...Racing to good form 3-1
3-Julie 0. de Le6n 96x -Light weight could help 5-1
4-Loteria E. Dario 100 -Nothing recently 5-1
5-Biscaya J. Avila 117 -Depends on start EVEN
6-Fuego E. Ortega 104 -Could score at price 4-1
7-Dallda P F. Rose 117 --Quit badly in last 3-1
5th Race "B and C" Natives 7 F.Purse $350 Pool Closes 2:55

l-Fru Fru J. Bravo
2-Petite H. Ruiz
3-Ika 0. de Le6n
4-Black Gold J. Phillips
5-Valarla F. Rose
6-Tampol E. Gastell

115 -Two tough losses
114 -Should be close up
97x-Quits at 1st challenge
116 -Improving steadily
110 -Would pay well here
103 -Early speed only

6th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse S400
First Race of the Double
1-Lot 0 Trouble F. Hidalgo 105 -Rates cha
2-Nobbscrook C. Mendoza 115-Another
3-Paris Midi H. Ruiz 108 -Form indi
4-Esqulador C. Iglesias 106 -Should be
5-Vampiresa C. Ruiz 115 -Dangerous
6-Los Morros G. Sinchez 110 -Serious ef
7-Coronelino E. GAastell 110 -Knocking

7th Race "C" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $650
Second Race of the Double


Pool Closes 2:35

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Pool Closes 4:05

1-Blakemere G. SAnchez 118 -Reportedly improved 3-1
2-Monte Rouge H. Ruiz 106 -Apparently losing form 5-1
3-Postinovich F. Hidalgo 120 -Was never better 3-1
4-Goyonder F. Rose 110 -Could score in upset 5-1
5--Klosco O0. de Le64 97x -Rates outside chance 4-1
6-Guayaquil J. Bravo 120 -Better each time out EVEN
7-Mlrzatoate V. Ortega 120 -Dropped in class 3-1

8th Race "H" Imported 7 Fp. Purse $400

Pool Closes 4:40

1-Fairlyable A. Mena 115 -Nothing to indicate
2-Lord Basur H. Ruiz 106 -Would pay long odds
3-Discovery A. Mena, R. 112x-Good chance in mud
4--Bar One J. Bravo 113 -Depends on start
5-Emp. Magic J. 06ngora 11. -Ran well in last
6--Tempestad E. Gastell 106 -Not with this rider
7-Pappa Flynn A. Valdivia 118 -Seems much the best
8-Sun's Moon K. Flores 116 -Racing to top form

9th Race "G" Imported 1 Mile Purse 5450
One Two


Pool Closes 5:15

1-Turf Lodge R. G6mez 110 -Nothing to recommend
2-Granero E. Gastell 110 -Longshot specialist
3-Welcome S. E. Pita, 0 112x-Has shown nothing
4-Courtly Prince J. 06ng. 113 -Should be close up
&-Cormorant F. Hidalgo 115 -Chance in mud only
6-Ciprodal J. Bravo 110 -Will fight it out
7-(Joe's Fidd. C. Chavez 102x -Early speed only
8-(Barlyon H. Ruiz 118 -Should score again

10th Race "D" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse $600

Pool Clo

1-Dark Sunset E. Corcho 107x-Terrible effort last
2-Majestic L. Giraldo 115 -Usually up there
3-Happy Abode F. Rose 110 -Should be in thick o
4-Valley Star J. Bravo 115 -Must improve plenty
5-Sinn Feinner A. Mena 112 -Nothing In months
6-Regal Bliss J| Phillips 112 -Racing to top form
7-(Scytlia F. Hidalgo 113--Could help entrymate

11th Race "H" Natives 6 Fgs.

1-Bugaba H. Ruiz
2-Mufleco A. Mena
3-Moon Fighter A. Valdlvia
4-Panchita C. Ruiz
5-Sirena A. Mena. R.
6-(Don Pitin E. Ortega
7-Villareal D. Barret


ses 5:40
f it 2-1

Purse 5275

108 -Quits badly in stretch
113 -Rates chance this time
113 -rmprovirrg steadily
118 -Dangerous this time
115x -Has strongest finish
109 -Upset possibility
103x -Could score here too

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blazing glory seems to be top-I
ping Harry Walker's appoint-i
ment as manager of the St.i
Louis club. Actually it's one
section of the Busch Stadiums
lighting system. It's up to
Dixie's younger brother to light
up the Cardinals.

Sports Shorts

BASEBALL The Milwaukee
Braves had a narrow escape in
the air Tuesday.
The Braves flew to Quebec
City for an exhibition game, and
nearly were rammed by a Royal
Canadian Air Force jet. The pi-
lot of the Braves' plane swerv-
ed in time.
The jet plane was on a test
flight and it is reported the i-
lot did not know a civilian plane
was in the area.
It appears that Los Angeles
will miss out on a major league
franchise if a ready-built park
is a condition of getting it.
Los Angeles voters have turn-
ed down a proposal to permit fi-
nancing of a four and a half
million dollar stadium. A two-
third approval was needed but
the proposal didn't even get a
simple majority.
AUTO RACING- Auto Facing
fans in Milwaukee are in for a
treat Sunday.'
Promoters of the big car Rex
Mays Classic have lined up a
field which includes nine of the
first 10 finishers in the India-
napolis 500-mile race on Mon-
day. Reading the field of 4n is
Bob Sweikert who earned $76.-
000 for his win at Indianapolis.
The total Milwaukee purse is
about S25.000 with first place
worth 26000. Director Tom Mar-
chese says drivers will be Insur-
ed for $5000 and the premium
will be paid by the American
Automobile Association.
TURF- Two Kentucky Derby
winners have been matched in
the $100.000 Californian at Hol-
lywood Park.
The June 11 race also will
mark the first time this year's
Derby winner Swaps will go
against older horses. His chief
threat in the Californian will be
Determine who won the Derby
last year. Determine ran second
In the Californian last year.
Swaps' owner-Rex Ellsworth
-decided to run the colt against
older horses after his champ
won the Will Rogers Handicap
Monday. Swaps ran 12 lengths
ahead in that race.
BIGNINGS-It was a bqsy day
in the contract-signing league.
End Jim Temp of Wisconsin
signed with Green Bay of the
National Football League. The
n20-pounder was Green Bay's
second draft choice.
The other signing took place
in the National Basketball As-
sociation. All America D I c k
Ricketts of Duquesne signed for
two years with the St. Louis
Hawks. the former Milwaukee
franchise. And Dick Hemric of
Wake Forest signed with Bos-
ton. Hemric averaged Just un-
14r 2$ points a game in the 104
he-played at Wake Forest.

Sons 'Of Greats

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By Dodgers Could Wreck

baseball men 4oItend that the sur-
prisng Cub ave the pitching,
balance and bench to keep mov-
But more are apprehensive a-
bout the Dodgers going on anoth-
er protracted winning bing e.
The Brooks opened with 10 in a
row, d ited the ferformance
before tU enemy could cth its
breath. Its early, but aotr
such winning streak could crac
the race wide open, do irreparable
damage to National League at-
The clubs supposed to run at
the Superbas -. t h e Giants and
Braves-haven't, and there is lit-
ue indication that they will.
The Polo Grounders banked too
heavy on tneir IUCK OL iast sea-
son. Misfortune continued to lot-
low te MuWaukee ciuo chKe a
taithiui hound. d die Matnews
was back in uniform alter an e-
mergency appendectomy in re-
maraaoiy snort time, out wuen
Jonnny Poores unaoerwent tn e
same operation in Ir4 it was nnme
weeks before he could pitcn and
tne young *irooidyn ltet-n a n d e r
wasn't nearly as eliective through-
out the remainder ol toe route.
airookayn tapped toe held with-
out exermng is maximum capaoi-
iutes. jumor Guimam and Jackie
stoonasun nave just started to nit.
Duke bnider and Gil Hodges have
been beiow tneir potential at me
"The Brooklyn attack is solid
from the top to tne pitcher,"
points out b,,anley Musiai of tne
Cardinals, "and most people com-
pieSely overioox toe lact tnat toe
Dodgers have a tremendous ad-
vanhage playing 71 games at bo-
bets rield, where the short fence
business extends from foul une
to ioui line."
"Only one Giant could make the
Dodgers," tesuises t ne rates
rreu Haney, "and Walter Alston
would tninx at least twice before
switncing Snider to left field to
make room for Willie Mays ana
au as extraordinary range in cen-

"To fully realize how tough it is
to get tne Dodgers out, you only
have to consider the tact that for-
;er batting champions, Carl Furi-
ho- an a.Qoiinson, are oattmg sev.-
enth and eighth."
Manager Haney rates Robinson,
even at 36, the best baserunner
he has seen since ,'yrus Raymond
Cobb, for whom he played third
base witn the Tigers.
"I've never seen Robinson for
an instant wnen he wasn't giving
it everything he had," he adds.
When Don Newcombe, Podres
and Carl Erskine are pitching,
there isn't an oasis in the Brook-
lyn batting order where the rival
pitcher can rest and doctor his
wounds. Podres has always hit a-
round .300. Erskine has driven in
finvA imnnrtant rune this seasonn


may be training for Bobo Olson, I
but it's easier to get Archie Moore
-to talk about Rocky Marciano . .
with reason-he's spent $27?000 of
his own dinero in the mai, tale-
gram and publicity campaign to
get a shot at the heavyweight
crown. .
The light-heavy champ's goatee
has been shorn in half. . "Heard
by the grapevine," says Archie,
"that Flaherty (Bobo's manager)
was going to kick and make me
shave it all off." .The Ancient
One tackles Olson at the P olo 1

Grounds, June 22. . .
Archie supplies his own back-
ground music at this rustic camp-
where the sheep and fighters tum-
ble down the hillside together a-
bout lunch time. .a tape record-
er unwinds the saxophone whine
of Lucky Thompson. . "Best ten-
or sax in the world," proclaims
Moore.. .with reason-he o w n s

AcHeM Mo6? IT

.. .... e ucy nopson an n s He was real worried before the
been known to twang a bass with He war real worried befr t
But Newombe is such a orm-twang a bass wth workout-a winding spool on the
But Newcombe is such form- it onoccasion. tape recorder wouldn't work leav-
idable left-hand swatter that he is occaon tape recorder wouldn't work leav-
going to be used as a pinch-hitter. Moore has neyer met Marciano nne in lThompson for the day.n hs
Newk drove in the first run off in person. closest he ever came Archie in limbo or the day..
Ronnie Kline of the Pirates with to it was at the Ed Sanders bene- Archie took out a poweduste c$8ar
a single the other Sunday after- fit in Boston, where they appeared 000 Mercaganede and showed us thlike to,-
noon. Then he belted a home run but as Archie left the ring, 00 Mercedes-Ben hed like to
over the scoreboard in right field buy.
and another into the center field Rocky entered it from the other The forefinger on the right hand
seats side. .and Al Weill refused to letIof Mickey Vernon is 50 per cent
ea them pose together for pictures thicker than its left hand counter-
squaring off, as Arche suggested art
The bulk of the 26,711 paying Archie suggest p art-from y e a r s of absorbing
guests remained until he ground. Guess he thought I wasgon" pegs across tne infield. . Eddie
ed out in the eighth inning with a pull some track shrugs obinson is unique among first
the Dodgers leading, 8-3. Moore. . basemen in that he takes throws
i i the pocket of his mitt most
It reminded Pitssburgh baseball Three years ago. Jim Norris, trap them in the webbing. .
writers of the years when Pirate with Moore before his first title
fans stuck it out until Ralph Kinerl eight against Joey Maxim, pro- Army's All America end Don
took his final swing. mibed Archie a shot at Marciano Holleder will spend half his sum-
if he won.. Hev won-no bout. 'mer leave on a European spree...
The big difference is that 'Don His shmmnation of Olson: "Smart the other half back home at Webs-
Newcombe isn't swinging for a fighter, ad strong, too. . ter, N. Y., practicing hand offs
losing club. knew Just how to fight Maxim.' :for his new quarterback role. .
lo-------ub also a nice boy. .met him once The Yanks, who're supposed to
in Hollywood. .a great middle- be interested in the Orioles' Saul
weight (emphasis on the mi d- Rogovin, could have had"*m for
sdle)". . nothing last year. .Wih the
U9 L-Lm m JrW Coney Islander worked?.a" wih
Charley Johnston may be h i the Bombers the B as a freagent, bt
manager of record and collect his was turned do by Casey Stea-
cut, but Archie runs his own show gel. . .Larry Gilbert, who bowed
here-"I've been in the business out of active baseball a f t er 48
By BEANS REARDON long enough to know all the an- years by selling his interest in the
24 Years n National League gles." . Johnston doesn't even Nashville Vols, is reported .n line
Written for NEA Service show at workouts. ... for the Southern Association pres-
idency .
QUESTION: A pitcher is re- Invading his cubicle after a .
ieved wih.. soeidIh-16-#ou r -.iA-us.. eF eWool.U nal Uro War

lived with the score tied the strenuous workout made us feel New aruual MnaaT narry
T e a bases loaded and one out in the like an archaeologist uncovering Walker got his first managerial
Ten M atc. last inning. His reliever gets the his irst mummy. watchedd in experience the hard way. as the
E..N first batter to hit back to the box GI blankets from toe to chest. . pilot for the 65th Infantry Dvidlu
BEND, Ind. (NEA) for the second out. Then the win. a half dozen towels around h is team in Linz, Austria, after bar-
= ans of a another era would ing run scores on a wild itch. neck and shoulders. . One musty relying across Europe with a reco=-
the ad a nostalhec feeling had Who is charged with the de eat? window tightly closed . the room naissance troupe . .
ey watched the D otre Dame-u-a ,-George Norbert. dank. .his trainer, Cheerful Nor-
iverity of Detroit tennis match, man, hovering over him like a Between you'n'me, what could
won by the Irish, 7-2. Answer: The original pitcher, midwife. . Archie's still got lots be phonier than an estimate Mad-
Playing or ND was Dean Rich e t the r ba The of weight to lop off to meet the ison Square Garden attendant*
U M of. Vincents. On the fact that se ialn r core 175-pound deadline. figure? ...
r.U team was Earl Clark.Jr.. on an error doesn't" matter.
f Dutch the formerprofes- Q A pitcher enters the game
Sloothbi star and coach. in the seventh in! the
Steam behind by a run. He allows I uE i n e smiI
jug Franco lipsI b .', ?,- Fought Throegh Yer Kr f
m vH.ALOBOB inning, six runs are score. Anoth- a you aim t up
er pitcher hurls the final two in- eWnOr. E.- n,-r o ,, a tach.k I e
Fan nings and doesn't alloW ru n. mwne.uingPaa R he- di
Pla. l Does the first relief pitDr get iolei na.es., musnea% ftes iaL
-or Candelias credit for the victory? He he a Y ourt otiam Widns' troMble mY M a*m
bs0 0 P lead when taken out.-Bobby Ros- w ro t ,* wn d. m_-
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wlllas lc w, made three Peeks ageo In b Wednesday night at va PCn vaItn forward, led the win column sol alo ca
.... the honest m phsr so g ahrlcu B ef omita nd:t PowelL qoring effort with r deet7 at the e s oP Ifrom behind to det ta
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(-2.w ),ih ian the Mpailero and.-,;. dr.ug. l47 3noersa..rda.t night games a hava bn Dbu l og the........ga i' 2 ea iL
semtnos 0v. Goons champs Naval station, eliminated fromnthec1d95 4tln- wr otler, has an impmvte
XI4oB tR .r osusep adboasports 1 0llo MYhfaledticorBasketball Lesgue schedule. seord as atmanat dat ker
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led Hot Duke Snider gen ealact, anmishd te Mnrad l lossn Parad eoveado -
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nXsis S--n0 i ( I )04am. d t n Gblraltr L4A Na saI bout. "th"a .... e .
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up his baeb ing s rrn acker was the IMean fsslh Mi Ii o wnlal I rIe ir. 1 ie r
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herefers to, but he .~'sbeen going Mr ba.tt leuthe winner .10'seawhihe h er, oneeofin Berra, Yankees........ 39r.. .roesand.ua .- _. c
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Pitch the sixth. lftegKell eAI Nw T'MutOP I -".M'
Om.erea off reliever Tom Hurd. o 3OASTO
Virgil Trucks registered his fifth T in, Hvn
iDetrolt rallied for three runs Tropican, Heva
in the sixth inning with the
hel Pof a two run homer .by' w
Jacki Phillips to beat Washing-.
AOU. Steve Gromek was the win-
nor although he had to leave '
CIARTNIM Inhth eeihth. Pete inn s a
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ic'asft^^%o gS'1grariu s
ic test Nevada were li a t 12.00
both W_ 0. Dolan, We~i~ S?1t"k*1p1 Pa .... 4.00
DRen:for th C" tZneGow yDisectors Ot a.. ".Go
rnmeti, and Xar J-. R. er, I. 41.32
Coaster Costr*Officer1f1 h7. 'r '26.1
aribbean Command. Their talks ... ... 4.
were illustrated with diagramma- 18 .................... 45.0
te sltahes fla on the 'eme. Office of Governor-Prest-
D~d~o. escrbedh fferl es dent (additional) ...... 5.0

as related to the. e f e n he. po0ce adqua"rsr ..... 22.00
whil Major Cramer described the Police. Pacific District... 224.50
tests wi relation to the parti Real Estate Unit ........ 8.00
pati tion btheArmny. Both tal Aids to Navigation BectUot ,2.00.
were eonthuai rally received by lbrry ................. "F7.0
the largy audience. 05.
Other spe on the program
were Mrs. W. -R. Malone, of Gam. Fraternal-Social Group
boa, Y.olunteer Representative on Florence C. Barrett $ -5.00
the Zone Civil Dfense program, 23rd Medical Battalion... 46.33
and Mrs. B. M. Grower, of Coo Rabbi Witkin (.W.B.) .. 10.00
Solo, Volunteer Rem' sentative of 61.U
the Armed Forces plaster Con- Biutnes Firms
trol Program. B Pai P ess Pulhing
Mrs. Malone discussed the obli, Pacific Press Publi.hing n
nation of housewives in the atqm t- Company ...n ...... 10.00
e ae. She listed the many things Tecon Corporanon ...... 200.00
whrth women can do to be of as* -
alstance in event of a disaster, and
urged all women of the Canal Zone Company-Government Units,
to cooperate in the progam (for the Atlanteic
protection of themselves, t hea i r 4
faffillie and their muties. Geor A. Tully ....... '.0o
Mes. mGrower t a aW- elr o u the f-
ink in aving F X. S related mC p t ip
S of her eM.a t.
so alft,4 0&
ae 1,.an an e
eneraisegsch wblex .S 10 thafc as
the Amed Fores tral.a report may be made. to
tets. he oard of Tnutees tof the
h various speaker were tIa. Committee,.
troduced by H. L. Doovan Canal
Zone Government Civ De e as e
Director, who presided at the Con-
ThM invocation wa given by the
Rev. John M. Rut 6e, C.X., and SATURDAY, JUNE 4
the benediction was nouneed by HIGH LOW
Coloneal W. J. ReJ, Chaplain of 3:04 e.m. nL 910 e.m.
the USARCARIB. 1:07 p.i. 9:35 p.m.

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"'Le the people know the truth and the country is sfe" Abraham Lincln.

*WASIKNoTON, June 3 (UP)
.ThB government told Congress
ay Congress today that drug
ction among teen-agers Is
sowine signs of dropping oetio.
_ut It said a govern ment ur-
rII begun in January 1953;n-
1a1." there are about e .000
abatie addicts in the ntn-
aeto every 3,000 persons.
N. Chapman Rose, assistant
aury secretary, said reports
large members of addicts a-
Ong youths "have not been
itantlated." He sa id a gov-
11ment survey found 13.1 per
at of confirmed narcotics ad-
dlcts were boys and girls un-
iftrcotlcs commissioner Harry
rfsllnger said drug addiction
'Ong adoleseetns assumed "ma-
r proportions" after World
Iar I and reached Its peak a-
t 1951." Since then, except In
e areas, "it has shown signs
eating he said.
Rose and Anallnger testified
, before a Senate judiciary sub-
Bsm~ittee which began hear-
gSB on possible need to
3t.'annthen federal narcotics

bsotrbed on the
eampagn in $4570.
LA to -s contribu.
. s po110e dis-
plopal of the Ter-
Af. Pler 18, contrt-
fr ct when they
to their previous

LONDON, June 3 (UP) -Soviet
strong man Nikita Khrushchev
told the Soviet satellites t o d a y
that Moscow's forge 1 v ene aes for
Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia has
strengthened world communism's
campaign for "peace."
Khrushchev and the Soviet del-
egation stopped off in Sofia -ca-,
pItl of Communist Bulgaria en
route back to Moscow from the
talks with Marshal Tito in Be l-
The Bulgarian visit was int e r-
preted here as a move by the So-
viets to eooth satellite tempers
frayed by the K r e m 1 in's new
friendly attitude toward Yugosla-
via which until recently has been
treated as a Communist trait or
and outcast.
Khrushchev addressed amass
meeting of thousands of cheering
Bulgarians who were ordered into
Sofia's September Ninth Sq u a r e,
minutes after the Soviet dele g a-
.tlon's plane landed.
Khrushchev's explanation of the
trip to Belgrade to woo Tito and|
a description of his reception in
Sofia were broadcast by the Sofia

Helional Institute

Yugoslavia Joined Russia las t top-level Soviet Mission to Yu-Lo e enselt w resst
night in declaring that Comunlst goslavia.
China's "legitimate r i g h t s" on The communiius presented to a --
Formosa should be satisfied. Joint press conference said the h ev a '
The two powers, at the conclu- two nations agreed that in the SeveralleS. tI h Canal on Zoe
salon of a nine-day Soviet goodwill interests of peaceful solution of wom adin the Volunteer
mission to the Balkan Communist international questions "the meth. Wren 0 aheld ster d a y
state, also recommended that Chi. ods of negotiation should be ap- morning in BalboaTe ater" w e
na should be accorded "1 e g i t i- plied." 'were jWto pate whoI
mate representation in the United carted lvteense training.
Nations. The commun~u embodied no 711. s ;" arranged primar-
A 2 000-worddeclaration,co n-f rm recomao or ag rle ae- ts Women volunteers in
j 2,00'wor declara..,_". .. eon. .. It was headed by a long the 0AefetB- program to hear
tain. in a commt uereasedt preamble in which both countries ye witnua eeoa ts oft he recent
to the press, also pledged the two expressed mutual determinatIon atomic.test in Nevada, was attend-'
powers to work for an era of ^tobehave peacefully. de by reldents from all Canal
'friendly cooperation," and to v v Zone communities, both mill t a r y
seek world peace through negot- Then came the few vae dec and civilians. Also attending was a
tion. la n^r nitdir rations on international issues: "Wr~ group. of mien including of.
vaguely worded Joint declara- 1 Tat omnnit Cntna should ficls o the Canal and Ari ed
t.on wou.nd up thpoe v ... "of receive its legttmnaterepresents. Forces, and the Civil Defense and
tons, wound up the visit of the tion in the UtedNation" a n d Disaster Control organizations.
that its legitimatee right s" on A keynote of the Congress was
SFormosa should t "satisfied." the necessity for preparedness for
2. On Germany, it called for a d/sater which ma never come.
"an agreed settlement on a dem. his was illustrated y Lieutenant
ocratic basis" Whicw o u I d be General William K. Harrison Jr.,
"in accord both with the wish es Commande1in-Chief of the earib
Sof the Germans and in the inter, bean Command, who compared the
eats of security in general." neiessity Of civil defense prepar-
redaess with that 01 school f r e
The generalized recomm e n d a- drills.
tions in the international field fol. School fire drills are not h e I d
lowed expected lines. They sup- with the expectation of fires, he
ported the United Nations, reduce. said, but they must be held in ad-.
tion and limitation on armaments, vance if lives are to be s aved
prohibition of atomic weapons, a when a disastrous fire does occur.
ban on the use of force in inter- It is too late to stop and train
nation col conflicts, and respect for people when disaster strikes." he
the sovereignty and independence declared. The same is true, he said,
otf all countries. maaor d aster; there could
be compl eteeonhu. w I wt haut
SAt the and there was a seven. Proper advance trading.
point agreement on a series o f Captain Frank A. Munroe, Jr.v
conventins which the. tw cous- Acting Canal Zone overr, .ca
tripsEs wl negoti to ova ttent edi- to 10"1 a
Sown .Igo=aWen
in. .1 -_t
SOB friendy cooperation." the importance to th factor in
l ^ ^ Western iplomats said the 1l defense training. It is Importt
Western powers expect to be in. that the people who live here
formed officially of what went on earn how to secure for them-
at the Yugoslav-Russian talks, al. pelves the maximum prot e c t io O
Though. no official arrangement t and how to help save the lives of
have been made yet for filling other in event of a disaster.,
them in. "Residents of the anal Zoe
have been heard to re ark that a
U. B. Ambassador James W. Civil Defense program is not ne-
(NEA Telephoto) Riddleberger told the United Press cessary in a place like this be-
Ford Motor Co. workers Julius R i d dl eb e r g e r told the United cause we will never have any use
Spread union notices calling for Press "we expect to be giver of- for it, the Aeting Governor said.
Rouge Plant near Detroit. The facial Information, but we do not "This is taking things for granted

radio and were monitored here.
The Soviet leader went straight
into an explanation of Mosco w's
reasons for forgiving Tito, despite
Yugoeslavi's seven-years defiance
of the Cominform.
For one thing, Khrushchev said,
Tito steadfastly refused to sur-
render Yugoslavi's sovereignty to
other (presumably Western) pw-
ers, in spite of the nation's di f-
Western experts on Soviet af-
fairs said Khrushchev and the de-
legation that includes P r e m i er
Nikolai Bulganin and Dep u t y
Prime Minister Anostas Mikoya n
probably will visit other satellite
capitals to forestall the danger of
a new "Titoism" in the satellite


,rBoth Rose and Asllnger se4d
despite progress in narcotics
.tt4trol drug addiction iS still a
.-serious problem." Rose alAo
aid government surveys showed
ie number of addicts "very
considerably below" earlier esti-
mates. "
Anslinger said the 60,0 0 esti-
mated total does not include
3%artjuana smokers. He said
these have become "an Increas-
h problem" in recent years.
f' Breaking down the total oq
timated addicts, the officials
. ad the largest group of con-
prmed addicts 50.3 per cent
4-were in the 21 to 30 age brack-
Rt. Men accounted for 79 per
,ent of the overall total.

Better To Be Sick
Otilio Sanches., discharged from
.9aospltal as "cured," walked 50
. yards to the door of a funeral
alor where he sat down and

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yet know how it will be done."
The British Foreign Office in
London also said arrangements
are beifn made for a meeting of
Western Bi Three envoys w1th
repesentatves of Tito's gov ern-
ment in Belgrade.
hrashebev held the li g h t'
during the visit and left Premier
Bulnmtin.-in.the shadows.
Khrshcbhev got the visit off to
a fri start on hi arrival nine
days ago with a clumsy statement
blamif the seven-year-old Rus-
so Yufolav quarrel on the late
purge-.and executed Lavrenti
Beoria,, apologied and sugest
ed that Yuslavia come back in-
to the .Soviet fold.
Yugoslav pa dqartry heq
lowered .their Communist Pat ty
fla the following day as a blunt
symbol that the visit wau a "state
call" ad not an occasion for p
litil oamuthip.

SCduMM le' Delai

Marie To Fisher
iMT WOOD, June 3 (UP) -
a' "busy schedule" is delay.
hr marriage to singer
actress Debbie Repolds
S ay oB her return from a
Far ZeAten USO tour.
hful film star arrived
e lae ary yesterday s
ag w bronchitis andie a r
exhaustim. She said. sid w a s
wM fsma "0 aeara
Al t can se m still wears

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would attend a mass meeting to
SFord for a new contract and a
annual wage.

Nemeth (left) and Harry Crawley
a practice walkout at tho Ford 1
walkout was called so workers cc
hea reports on negotiations with
guaranteed ar

Knife Thrust Kills Priest

Staggering To Chapel Door

CHICAdO une 3 (UP) -A Ro-
.man Cfathoic Priest from India
staggered to the door of a chapel
with a. knife slash over his heart
yesterday and died shortly after-
PWoice said they believed the
Rev. John Chiramal, 40, of Tra.
vencore Kunbalongi Cochin, India,
was murdered and began an im-
i diate investigation.
SThe Priest was in this country
to raise funds for an institution
he founded in India on the pa t-
tern of the famed Boystown, Neb.
At 5:55 a.m. he staggered to
the door of the chapel of the Lit-
te Sisters of the Poor, aa order
of charitable nuns, and rang the
Albert Desnariss, 64, the door-
keeper answered. He s a i d the
Priest gasped, "I've had an acci-
dent," and handed him his auto.
mobile keys. ,
Then Chiramal collapsed. He

died several hours lter at a hos.
pital without being able to tell
authorities what happened to him,
except he had been "iWured."
,He had been slashed from the
left shoulder to the heart and ap-
parently died of los of blood.
Chiramal wore street clothes, a
jacket and trousers which were
not slashed. Insde his auto po-
lice found a blood-stained bI u
shirt which had been cut as if
with a knife. The auto also con-
tained a suitcase with Priest's
raiment in it.
The car Itself was undamaged
and Chirawal's watch and W
were found on his person, appa-
rently ruling out robbery as a mo-
Police Capt. Redmond Gibbons
said the Priest had visited this
country several times in the last
four years to raise, funds zand
made his headquarters at Phila-
Gibbons said. he came here
Tuesday to visit the Indian dele-
gation at the Rotary International
convention in session this wee0k.
Members of the delegation were
to be questioned to seeNif they
could shed any light on the mys-
te ramal read ass and ate
lunch at the Little Sisters o1 the
Poor Tuagday and had planned to
stay t the hom However, uS
Sisters *aM I .d at rtu r n
-after leadel asd.

Repairs TO Halt
Traffic On Morgan
Avenue For 10 Days
morg.anm M In Balboa wMI
be c IeD, to tra j
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'Peace' Campaign-Krushchev'

mgh khool Will

Dedicate Art Shops
A modern industrial art shop
will be dedicated today at the
National Institute high school in
Panama as part of the industrial
arts and vocational education
program being carried out by
the Ministry of Education In
cooperation with the point Four
Education Division.
The new shop has been de-
signed and equipped at a cost
of 113.000 with the most modern
upment and facilities used in
type of'training. Approxi-
mately 600 students will be able
to receive atructions through
the facilities' of this new shop.
The dedication ceremony will
be in charge of Professor Carlos
M. Gallegos, Principal of the
high school. Minister of Educa-
tion, Victor C. Urrutia, will be
the guest of honor.
The new industrial art shop
will serve as an exploratory cen-
ter on trade preparation, in or-
der to give the students a gen-
eral Instruction about functions
of tools and equipment for in-
dustries. The students will use
metal and wood working equip-
ment and tools.


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