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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00762
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ONE MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION People lucky enough to hitch a ride on a truck going
in the direction of their homes scramble aboard. For the many others waiting for buses in
London's Tooley Street It may mean a long walk home. Government and labor leaders met in
an effort to halt Britain's rail strike, but their meetings produced "no hope."

TO More Inoculated Children

Fall Victim To Salk Vaccine
WASHINOTON, June 4 (UP)-- though more states will be His remarks came less than 24
The Public Health Service today postponing their programs, hours after Adlai E. Stevenson,
reported 10 more confirmed cas- the 19S2 Democratic presiden-
eseo polio among children Inoc- T e tates a e trial nominee, made silar crit-
ulatedwith Salk vaccine, bring- alon's capital either have decid- lcism. Noting that the search for
InK the national total to 123. Six ed to wilt or are on the verge a polio cure started during the
of the new ease were non-para- of doing so If enough vaccine is Roosevelt 'adrrmnistration, Tru-
lytic. not relead In the very' nea fun1 man said It has been &dmInis-
ture to complete the shots, tration "policy" to discredit any-
South Carolina and Tennes- thbnx started by the Democrats.
aee -appesred o the lIst 9d re- TesaesaeNw Jersey,
I" r the lirsttime. New York, Idaho, Callfoarnia, The program also I an tiue
Ct f es ame ivaccl- New Mexico, Maryland, Onfegon, ) Coh ress. -Chaimi .n t
a, a ll!

US Still.Awaits Rel s

Of 11 Airmen By n Chi
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dent Trutn a 'rticied the ad-
iftnltrationt handling of the
program In Cleveland and said
"partisan politics" may have
slowed the plan.

San Sa1vador Gets

First Lady Mayor
June 4 -(UP)-A woman has be-
come Mayor of San Salvador- for
the first time in the city's. 416
year history.
Senora Blanca de Mendez took
over the citv government in __

35 9 Get USARCarib School Diplomas

Layoff notices already have
gone to 250,000 workIers. x steel
mills have closed in Wales and
others have curtailed production.
This means that tin a few days
much heavy Industry will be out
of business,
The Transport Commisison
announced that it will cut back
skeleton passenger services over


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'DO'N, June 4-(UP)--a'
dl V. K. Krishna Menon hat
British Foreign Secretary Har-
old Macmillan for the second
tme in 24 hours today on possi-
ble moves toward a Far Eatern
settlement. ,
Mamtilan invited the roving
"peace" ambassador to lunch at
his official residence, No. One
Carlton House Terrace. They
had met previously yesterday
afternoon, only an hour after
Menon arrived from NeW Delhi;
on route to the United States. ..
Informed sources said their
meeting turned around the For-
mos Ecrisis and efforts being
made to free 11 American air-
men ltprisoned in Red Ctna.
A Manila report yesterday said
the US. fliers might be liberated
by today, but there was no pub-
lic word by nightfall, Far East-
ern time, of them being set free,
Diplomatic circles meanwhile
were Ignorant or unconfirmed
on unofficial reports that Chou
En-lai may have sent a secret
message to the British Govern-
ment, which is free to move
back into the international field
now the general elections have
been passed.
Meanwhile, in Manila, In-.
dian newspaper executive J. C.
Jain said today he hoped "no
eleventh hour d I fKoniltleO
would prevent the release of
1k American filers from Com-
munist China.
Jain, managing director of the
Times of India, arrived here last
night from Hong Kong with the
word that sources there In
which he placed great confi-
dence told him another group

release 11.: tmpri6no-t airmen.
put it had-to offielal'informa-
tion that the acttion was immi-
While voicing ardent hopes
that Jain is right, State De-
partment spokesman Heo Suy-
dam said the department's in-
formation was confined at the
moment to the Indian newspa-
per's report.
At the same time, gtdam
einphatif~ltf (enled tffilthe
U.8. ils 0 '1 ".tese
against the will a piled
.~m Lhae I
no so d
by Menon, in a statement in
Menon, who is scheduled to
confer soon with Secretary ot
State John Foster Dulles, said
somewhat cryptically that the
United States could contribute
to world peace by permitting
Chinese students in this country
to return to their homeland.
Suydam pointed out that all
Chinese students who want to
leave the United States an tree
to do so.
It was announced April 2 that
76 of the students, who had been
barred from leaving, were free
to depart when they wished.
Red China has claimed that
as many as 5,000 students were
"held" in the United States aft-
er the Chinese revolution. The
United States dismissed the
claim as outright propaganda
In another puzzling aspect of
the student issue, Immigration
Commissioner Joseph M. Swing
said he is sending two men to
New York. City to investigate

Senator Paul H. Douglas was
hopeful today that the full Sen-
ate Labor Committee would adt
quickly on a subcommittee rec-
ommendation that the federal
minimum In interstate com-
mercemwage be Increased from 75
cents an hour to $1 an hour ef-
fective January 1.
Douglas 18 chairman of the
subeammittee wkleh yesterday
recommended the increase in
the federal minimum. The sub-
committee approved the boost
by a vote of four to ,one. with
Senator H. Alexander Smith
castin the dissenting ballot.
Dougla said the bill woulk be
passed along immedilately to the
full committee which is headed
by Senator Lister Hill.
Douglas said he could not
forecast when the committee
would act, but he hoped that
the "relatively harmonious"
decision of the subcommittee
constitted a good omen for
early Senate action.
Hill Could not be reached am.
mediate y for comment,n
Douelas estimated that the
b ill dre.tly_ boost the wages
of sme I,0,M workers, or a-
.7 <'Per cent. of the total
blanketed- under the present law
called the Fair Labor Standards.

LONdON, June 4 (UP) Britain todaycontine
plunging toward mass unemployment and economic i -
notion as a result of the railroad strike; o
Although less than 20 per cent of the nation's.a
lines were in operation, following a walkout of |
members of the Associated Society of Enginees aid .o_.
men in a demand for premium pay, tie Governmer,
not yet ordered the use of troops or volunteers tojr '.
railroads. "

Prime Minister Anthony Eden
scheduled a broadcast to the na-
tion tomorrow night, his second
since the strike started last Sun-
day. It Eden appeals for vol-
unteers, offers such as those of
The Earl of Lanesborough and
Arnold Townsend, Mayor of
Southport and a retired railroad-
er, might be accepted.
Lanesborough, who owns his
own model railroad, offered to
drive real trains to help out in
the growing chaos of Britain's
seven-day-old railway strike.
Townsend volunteered also to be
an engineer.

the weekend to use the a Vf
engine for vital freight er
Workers affected ineludtd
those employed at steelbS
mobile, engineering, ball
Ing, chocolate, sewing m
textile and bicycle plants.
Negotiations to end the Wir.
out of 70,000 engineers and'fOls.
men to enforce demands .2911
pay rie were deadloced.
Government sources said "de
may appeal to the railway
ers and 80,000 striking stev a
at fteo port tw l
at, onte -." il

oe --hi ous sources. Da es ,is expcr
p"Vide free a howA-ior9 Wr another group on stasjght on tho student si1
child inrthe nation. ". was coming out, Jain said, add- uation-when tn e two men iM.e,
inI "r certainly -hope its true." nosstbly in WAilngton or "In
Hill said President Elsenhow- The Influential Indian news- Francisco. Informed sources ld
her's plan to provide 28 million man still appeared to placethey also will go into other pros-
dollars to the states to provide strong confidence on the infor- pects for easing the Far Eastern
free shots for needy children is motion regarding an impending situation. These sources said
"gravely defective.'" He said on- release of additional airmen. Dules ill be chiefly a "listen-
ly about 11 million of the na- The State Department also er," to hear what Menon thinks,
tion's 51 million youngsters has said it "most earnestly about the chances of getting the
would benefit from the Presi- hopes" the report is true that 11 airmen freed it they are not
dent's proposal. Communist China is ready to released by then.

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The new cased ad manufae-
turers o the ccing, -used in
each instance were Te'tas 3 (Ll-
ly). Idaho 2 (Cutter), New York
2 (Parke Davis), and one each
in Virginia, South Carolina and
Tennessee, all involving Lily-
produced vaccine.
The sixth firm licensed to
produce Salk vaccine, Sharp and
Dohme of Philadelphia, has not
shipped any yet.

imum be increased to 90 aets
an hour.
Other subcommittee members
who voted with Douglas for the
$1 figure were Senators Mat-
thew M. Neely. Pat McNamara.
and Barry Goldwater.
Douglas said that a motion to
set the wage level at $1.25, which

ton to head peace-a .
forts. Monckton conferred-.
his advisers but made no
moves to break the deadlock.
Jim Baty. general seore1r.M
therstrikin railroad unt,
"There is no opening for at
ment of the strike at til'aw
meant "
Eden's government facdt
creasin eritikism for f a W%
use all the emergency pe ,
thorized by Queon UiMkt( ft
official reply ws thaVt'X IM.
the flush of election vletowcmo a
free-enterprse platform diaznw.
want to use te pwers unt
are absolutely, neggary.
Prisoe heport

My Am- AMU.

Soviet IMan C-**`
IENNA, JUise 4 (UP) --
oners returning from 1
salan captivity said today
saw "many Americal i9
slave camps, inaludb at,
four U.S. Air Fore fM .
Some of the Ameriqanso
may be dead, 0 o me
returnee who Ud U
successfully tao t s
shots of a IM '..
fliers. The u ' l
film, a few all',
A trabibad of *'
and "ethlcOe-eas- il *
man backgreat -
dom in Austri at
Soviet prison terms cai
to early World War Two. .


Meantime, a growing numt
of states appeared rdady
postpone th eir vaccination pr
grams until next fall, after t
polio season is over. A spoki
man for the National Found
tion for Infantile Paralysis so
"it is beg8inn.g to look

Ike IMoves

Foreign Po

The. Eisenhower administrati
t6day opened a new campal
for bipartisan support of U.
foreign policy in preparation f
the forthcoming Big Four Co
President Eisenhower and o
retAry of Stae John Poster IN
les worked out imal aeails
the campaign at a morning co
ferenee at the White House.
LaterW I. the day Dulles was
fly to CU Mbis, B.C., for a wpe
end vhSt with Rep. James
bardse h h South Caroli
DeO t |&head the Sou
FeG nI AS$lo mim tte
Rf ds liv a l:put 50 mil
am columbia,
On UMp dft. Dulles will deliv
a dMotacement address it t
University of South Cda
ase word was that he pla
b9to stress alUathe need f
%abllcan-Demftt cooper
a n on foreign pc at th
stage-of world affairs.
The new emphasis on coord
natin foreign policy plannti
.wih the democrat may ha
been spurred by Vice prsde!
Richard M. Nixon's aeauent.:
Chicago Thursday on the
prOsching BMg Four CoDftraW
with. Russia.
trat40.0 pre us 2
tration pO! y, gon said Al
top-leve1 r le y .may be t
world'ss aa teha to "setaad
terneatn weee and avod
cat O A_..

tralittoDfd we uew

- acting capacity as titular Mayor lIn the largest graduation in school before the students of who have been requested by the
SPedro Escalante left for Havans its history, the U.S. Army Carib- that country went forward to school to remain here as in-
aid to attend an international meeting bean School at Fort Oulick. a- receive the presentation, structors. These men are experts
as of mayors, warded diplomas to 3. Latin The Ambassadors or represen- in their field and will supple-
Ameican and 72 U.S. Army tatives from each of the 15 Lat- meant the Spanish-speaking in-
graduates yesterday, in American countries were a- structor staff of the school.
F r I il:-a- sa Fifteen Latin Amereian coun- mong the distinguished guests Being a graduate of the US-
For Dipartisan tries, including Panama+ had of the school at the graduation. ARCARIB School is unique in
graduates. The semi-annual Receptions were held at the anystudent's military career,
Sgraduationi symbolized t'.e Officer and Non-Commissioned since there ts no other com-
ys school is to offer to personnel of Officer Clubs at Fort Gulick aft- parable Army Service School
II u rt dos y todos para uno" (One for er the ceremony for the gradu- in existence. When a student
Al and All for One). ates, their friends, and guests of enters the school, he works,
S The ceremony, which was held the school, plays, and studies alongside
o -- In the Post Theater, began at 2 Countries having graduates others of different nationall-
satlonal terms- as oaly a #Art p.m. Major Gen. Llonel C. Mc- included Bolivia, Chile, Colom- ties interested, too, in learn-
on toward future negotiate by Garr, commanding general U, S. bia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, ing the intricacies of hemis-
ign diplomats neoU n Army Caribbean, gave the grad- El Balvador, Guatemala. Hondu- pheric defense.
8 The President and Dul I ls unation address and presented ras, Mexico. Nicaragua, Pann- Since its establishment in
for were expected to o each student with-a diploma ma. Paraguay. Peru, Venezuela. February 1949, the USARCAPIB
n- pects of getting me Americans while the 60th Army and play- and the United States. School has graduated over d.
out of RedMhtna' Ia&aed the national anthem of each Among the graduates at the 000 Latin American and United
c- fers have been fri And pos- country represented, at the ceremony were nine students States students.
st ibly the forthcoming- -appear-
oK ance if the.President at the nth
in. anniversary eremone of the -
tI nted Nations on June 20th at
to Ban Franciseco.
P- The President will delivery
PF mayor foreign Poliy addesslon,
na that occasion. -
se Official hoped inched ulwArd
i e. again yesterday that the 11 3.
les fliers still held.by the Red &l.
nese might be freed very soon.
wer They were based mainly on
he unconfirmed port tht the
rat fliers might be released "win
nl- 24 hours," The tat Department
for said it had no oticial or une-
r- facial', Indkatlo tht release of
i- the airmen was that near
1- said orivatelv that Nixon's view
nL Of the forthcoming Big Four
ve heads of government meeting
ut was "180 degrees away" from
In that of the Presdent
rrec ed that the Pred-

L nationn M y I that hopes and
10e Warser Wirty
hne shouldn't braised tOOhh or
W- pIned 11"

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] They were the first b
of prisoners to be freed
Russians under terms
newly-signed Austrian



An ethnic Gera
while fighting wU
ler's forces duteg
he met
four US.,
slave eawn te"t
region some 14"0
east of Msc ..
The Geun
any of the
cept that one
UTm and -e
I"They erwfa:J
when I jw /
In IMN#P.S+s

FAT To SON Lt. Col. Saturnino Flores, assistant com-
mandant of the Panama National Guard (Police) delivers a
diploma to his son, Cadet Florendco Flores Aguilar at the USAR-
CAREIB School's 13th semi-annual graduation yesterday at the
Fort Oulick theater. Floreb represented Panama at the gradua-
tkin. Young Flores Is a cadet at the Nicaraguan Military Aca-
ered'j and has ust completed the tactics course at the UAR-
CARIBm School. Standing, from left to right arei Cadet Flores,
6en. MOarr. Lt. Col. Flores, Colonel Davis and Dr. Jesus Aguilar
Cortes, Nicaraguan Ambasaudor to Panama.

The principal mission of the will between the peoples and
hol's motto of "Una para to- Armies of the American Repub-
he United States and Latin A- lies.
llriclm amien a wide variety
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No Letup'

In Crippling.,

Rail Strike

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S The Mail Box h an efrum tf readers of The Panama Americ
: 4dt.e are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confident
S . If you contribute letto don't be Impatient If t doesn't appear t
omet day Letters a re published n th order resMetod.
S Plesse try to keep the letter limited to eme p ge length.
Identity of letter writers s held in stridett confidence.
1 '' T newspaper mem no responsibility for statements as epille
plNmN In lette from roers..

Balboa, Canal Zone
,? *'"..I read the letter of W. C. Haskins to the Mail Box, published
S 'May 27, with interest. This letter objected to overcrowded con
titons on buses serving Lhe Interior of Panama.
S Haikns states that In his travels In Central America he ha
g ever seen three persona (children excepted) occupying one bu
Ih t. Apparently Haskins did not travel extensively by bus i
. "either Costa Rica or Guatemala as the standard layout for bu
S'tts in both countries is a two passenger seat on one side wit:
a three passenger seat on the other with a very narrow aisle be
S tween. *
Also fold-down sets are sometimes placed In the saisles
to further increase the capacity so that six persons are seated
S in each bus tier making It almost Impossible for an occupant
of a rear seat to leave the bus.
In the more remote sections of Guatemala, San Marcos fo
S example, the total weight of cargo handled on the passenger
i ,se.s probably exceeds the weight of the passengers. As miet
as: possible is placed atoo the bus but inevitably much of th
livestock, poultry, food, and hand worked items for local mar
kets is carried inside the buses. Between San Salvador and It
seat ort of La Libertad in El Salvador, probably the richest coun
try in Central America. I traveled in an ordinary eight-passenge
station wagon into which ten adults and five children had beer
I n parts of South America similar conditions prevail. Thi
drily passenger service to Santo Domingb de los Colorados frorn
AQuito, Ecuador, cdnssts of lage banana trucks with two tiers o
S seata, each holding four paslgoers, In the cab. What a beauti
lul trip this is, but it takes seven hours to cover the fifty milea
one way. .
t: One sight that I will never forget wa eof a "bus ear
Opsco, Peru, with a sign In Spanish mospin "Capacity,
S r lty-eeven pasenalerf. This "bus" had oily the uuans
S 0 oer sueat of a tnek plug the cargo oo)t amnt whets *ia
S ot two or threee pa9seugen were expected to stand.
i The point I ntend to make is that buses are meant to serve
I local resldnts of th areas concerned and conditions on these
S we.es wi., in a competitive society, adjust themselves to thei
feeds. wishes. and economic status of the majority o passengers
a f mitsilders wish to use this type of transportation, they *11il just
n._We to accept conditions as they find them or else use a dif.
fewnt means of transportation.
As examples of excelrlent service In Latin America I wish to
Ite the buses from Rio dc Janeiro to Bao Paulo in Brazil, buses
e vinx Buenos Aires in Argentina, and practically any bus service
n Mexico or Uruguay.
n Where the public demands It and traffic volume and road
-itlions permit there is generally excellent bus service. If not,
XM company soon grabs on the opportunity to get ahead of Its
m.'; spetitors.
___________________ N. M. Glinsberr


ttudtion Guaranteed by the State

Py i2% iterSt Annualy on Savings Accounts


Me m*ke feans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
25c. 50c.- $1.0 and $5.00


pe6sits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
docurnrents, in 4 different sizes.

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in t. Can" . Sarah Vaughan, whose Fountain!"
There are 'the men who latest disclck is "Whatever T.ola -Ti Tm-- r L
nt toeter a kup band and Wants, Lola.Gets," reported es- Memos of a Mid ghter Dol o imY--p sSure Ci e: Lor.ta
a Memoarsown re. -_- :p ,,. ,, s...Young gained ls8 T in 2 weeks.
edl elves out to earn atbli her own midtown resi Del Rio's long -s time secret is Me will be okay soon. No hospital
few extra shillings at aght. Theydence. Until she thinks rver Her named Low Rey. He's a tv r Se RicardoMotalbN, a greatly
remember the Russians' agreeing Prqblem. Sarah Churchill, theducer in Mexico. That t Giants fan, ot this wire on the
t9 pay for six hours of musicpopular Telebrity, at the Stork's she wean (where does ashe hide "7th Heaven' o -.n ,.n,.eht "
I the Russians were so drunk Dept. Charles Wicks and his en- Latin q e Jo Holcombh .a Wa"llN.Y. Giants".. t'' a girl f
m ptol-whi ped the lads, who center pretty, wife. The mBen J.ck Dreyfus taking a a the Eddy (Ames Bris) Ames at
to grab their instruments and G ages- Esther Willis the swim-,,u-fre .Ducat.brok. rkness Pavilion. .8WoPuu
out windows to keep from -adoina) at the Spindietop. ..Suave ages complain that a new mu.- champ J. Fuchsands
being beaten to death. Of course. Irian Aherne, the star, trimming cal's pric are too tall.-e I ..a Mary Stuart-Price (of Washningt
ithe weren't paid. Now tet laughsthe hedges In the garden of his the $S mati -. Higher e_ c are Boom.boo.....
sa little at the thoughtthat the new apartment oa n 51st Street. thn.a.y musical I" tow. ,- .N i .mu a- uvyu .---onea. In't.
Russans had askedthem to play Dressed in soled Jeans. .Herb Nolad the oriole, starts at' The everything j Ia a
"La Cucaracha" over and overiShriner strolling along 54th fol. p-P Io' .T ..pt: _J-oba .
again. Never the Internationale, lowed by fans..ying miniature e At 1211 tIThe La GrandsTanl, .re..s will *.-.- a sa stR
bagSm at e n- fields will be 3 in on Liebman's TWersikn of "Chaco-
emauldas. I harmonicas. ..laine Stritch of[Sept. e's the dghtr of w. Pe-Ilae Soldier" . Tanight'. after.
The Austrian workers tell you "Bus Stop" and players from Pa- tieSn. tv ec. Tony Pulitzer theater main-event: EL eafante
*at; une.p.oymenti s high in the Jame 0Gam e" and "Desperate (of tb i nw gpr Clan) may be a d Felicia t: p AlDana
R-90 M ueS it t is anywhere Hours" feastIn In Sardi's after at Medal Ceter for another hue's crew at Starlige Mdonea.
ti percent are bless. the holiday motso-hotinees.
& o8,. trh.e nth sr l.esult of hhol ..Jack Dempsey's an h Camypirator s planning to set fire
're ko uswta l sf ary member of the o ick- to Mr. Schweta M' w rhi kerslare
t h ftb 1o Sreal id "is es In Our Alley: Show folks pske the bea-ri hs name known and are .be wathew .
manerto speed up production i ftrical s.eeas Topi "A. ..." ( but with hiDs ba,- M ht s.n .r ...2 e it
may instances. n Other caes you ever sme a year" one said. onzr of the nearby Turf, bearded Japanese oldster(e14)
rt of the machinery is In such"whee pour ad so ma n W ho thrills the Cmntral Par rler-
disrelpnr that there Is po room hits?" ."Or," heckled another. Deboratan Daydream: Sharman rinkalders with skillul pIr1..I..-
got Mew workers. "critics hade mman flops?".. h. was very worried Mon" Says he took it up 3@
The Austriansalso know that Dorothy Stcker. the star tells of f 11000whn he walked Ilte Us rheuatism. Han,'
it is the U.S. Foreign.Aid.ission the littlegir..o asked if she .... k where ocew u Mm sce. .m.e Arthua
he whech is to them. ever mconuMm forcing her p. ..... t..hs ls (a 4 krd S .t
lJ he off a.niic ial. h.S I tr- husbA nd, HNb r i y. ," d.1 I X.- bl Jn d "seeing 9 I S -re
to find or mada k frj Aus- vers, nsr.cew,;14 Sticbooy,.use., Isnlas..a.--na.r--ba ,r d w,

workers living inte Russian "but ,ahewn Wa A ws S e e.

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Wns t happens a such a m
met? There at s only one pi t e r rce
tn o find eqm-that rien a iussian ateat

iA occupies ta'like this one, one ibre to ad dl d....r.

Humbolskarchen r If w^ .|.j vh ^i-k&^i vineards to I lsi
a trcashi -c spa, now comply ete. Wa rv -
the 'y "rain,-a by t oe movies %Ii" d" We... "......- all.. -Ite
You dive ohere past the grim, n ow a a roke ",

wars of r, urpaired Russian Wheadquarters, its ea- taa a il
Sing a Stolin. Some star, nmmearby tal t se
plans make a concession towe Mar. inTn e lor for twnd m r wis

toand Engelsor too ike upthe Inzerdr -- ec days of debate
-with the management .,o la c e a I Ibn sa f

You drive -ionehof the fewdl oe hi d t .. "
aswhere you can sth rub shw a at nutm .ret

n a chance any more. it is t a ue dnoughl ton thewe

4 widedbe the waee S. _ang you keep e_ 2
a of Russian r eaheadquartersItsa- w am "i fw S l. a lpagmMe

Strances land resby pictureets qfand L". o lley ? higRwOS Sa
- listen toand Stalin. Some ofall the nearbylk. fI th oU S S rS 1t aet hy i
plant s make a concession to Marxeo grao m S we with thm aell way bs
ney in the s, toore, ha n the lnzrdo ated lts d lde" wen g y B a
SOil Ranimury. inv?, that p a *adeet

hAustria I one of the few placeSt ri E- r. Ca th e roll of World ... ,"t

r ie thse r I itle ch l dren a nd r e yeeti aNe orm l Fa o r I. he i gay
even ou tin th a ms of the re i y 000000

doo'$Attau.Theyrw dr"Ht in Jtt*I r
r la le tb lunieav s ftr hehe u h e I hrnd lae ,t w hen e q t e er
Sle the Hialer Jugsend, are triay esoh g .w qe.n at e on It ha't
idto love a arcade from the cradle ( eangig and el ferment, now that so We
to the grave. They oat seet WASHINGTON-(NEA)- Lt unemployment benefits and high. adjustment can be ma without ide y uttan a
Splisten to the Austria n kids. relations experts now fear that the r minimum wage. This is con all the of t first ind the bleedn aof on

lYou sit in Badents central cafe Uned St awhy be heading into sidered insurance against loss dustrial revolution, when mechan w a w. the rea .
Swith those in the underground. The ason of more strikes. Secreta- jobs. cal looms replaced hand weavin question patriotism e-n, .
You fnd them Vienna buy' record low. Only 300 ti s and blanket denial that there is met in todaystuation ust be nd stripes regardless of "
spree.t the fewAustrian wo er reported, involving 1500,000 anything to fear ro automation noted. Ts is the great shortage o ther coe om Missis- a

ers w ho went over to the Cohauling th workers. For each of the tw Automation sn't gog to be graduate engeers in Ameri. o w a h1t er '

thes e army's sub-machine guns trikes was over 5000, involving 2,- The problem is how it can be rion has just concluded a meeting ,. indivisible, with liberty d...
" luggage and es, the comrades 3by arri 3ed byan increase umbeWhtr W to stimulate an n e blat r
stuf ath y nac bi pi. as strikes w aIn we e s panish-Ameri. ,- d
hey haven't buy, they are literallynd ore normal meaning that it location of the labor force. It calls Communist propag a hs al te applause f orld n a "uJ
their own and so M ohave to ore labor disputesrelations. Russia is now graduating te ar I and World r They b
You see their little children and Ulwe there. Second class cii-lof iiahe
behill at the. acsight Thetension imu he was a mild receson r Nomajor empler yet come engineers than the U.S. The threat Georgia in the Democratic cloak. h
even in the faan s of the tots. They ng readustment of some sort forward to say in effect: "Ye, is that Russian te ology may room followingthe second-day re-

Sona aThes f other rt ted in 12 and automation wi cause some m. ventuay beat out Amera's in- buff to Vis "Carl has beat a ,--
lttlblu rm the e they w dustrial the trend er loyalrety was never quel- acap
re e With bus ve. But we are workg cont ert E. e."now that the world Is

e tg edketa a inam of job retrdininad This c- to The Universan Military Trainow g stte
elto love a parade from -the cradle te s/ ta e luA -deofemocracey mut the 1
e ti a e Thy do't sem W INGTON-NEA)-unemployment benefits and high.-:l us cmtcan be mde without e .idreaatofmus garac4sm1

L.ever varyro eae to case o pay, tter work at better c a." e good enough r them to r'ma ll g d ntya
plaY like the Austrian kids reaonsge benefits nd work tage a. It. i believedmum wage This is o. the bs s first I -lassifations. For Ike's New ea -oms at
You sit n Bades central nite states may issue heading Into iderei surance agah t knock much of thodustrial revolution, when mehani- a the as
with those in the underground. Th season o more strikes. Secre w- out oo the sails ofobs. union al looms replaced hand weavt Thquest whin which paotws crsm. ed .
appointmentwas eouslr set upy collective James Prganng. MiAnd they leaders whemployers'o part, theirin Britishecome re tha over seat to a t ai the only triotism e
by that wi re at the globaident mands inted may out tnegoatlaionst ye as solution so far has been a blend One Imortantparallel d one but effectivep- p atriotism of y e ty to the the
dier congress in Vienna. You reor he guow. aranteed y s l anda ane d to see what there is ment i today'sfiit unionmus have stars and stripes, regardless of hih.
lea workerat, the few Austriao hs been cha- wage which the auto workers are nythingto feraining workers automatic. noted. This s the grsystems for the veto vote GOP Se John Bu
euring who went over to the l Corm. workers. or each o the to Automation Isn'tgog to beatlia joureneers Ame ria.n But no M ande, or rle of what
gates around, tightened. Without onlyears before, the n u er of stopped. The unions admit that. forhe uniThomas Alvayet Edisome forwaFound with tolor your skin one lotituyaenty, tha or
the Red army's sub-macbine guns .strikes was over 5W0, Involving Z-IThe problem Is how-iIt.can be.lion has justconcludeda ,meeting nto,.indIvisble wt'hdhou
after t e soldsians lersvthe o hmrades thre00 and utomat wor newrs 40,000adopted began inches number in Wasny ingtcentoive stimulate the edr to us t befor allateor
take downhave been kout andains tehnormalg of automatic factory H Is location of th e labor orce. it e retralls Communisfor the good jobs that arena in s overode ao
.aOte.~t. sO, ti ,eun natural to expect there will he for a new aro In industrial a great p that Sovie Pu-'s courageous stand tihe Agricl"

When e troops go there will assembly which many unions fear Senate is stl considering. It would going begging at thetop. stvt s- starved Soi
he viown anrepriso als. The Austrans wmol re labor dispute tte number of jobs selato b little enough for a pRussia is now graduand tinge employ- H leader Charlie Haek of range wl
hate the Communroach t with great- Theand replace a w mild recession etn o f this Nom a gniore tudmployer as yet come engineers may yet find than th ey have a iaI mor .u o
er pass than 've seen ling readjustmentofom soheseforward to ayr in effect: es, Inse dances than t resposian technology may room following the econd-dy ra race ck.
oth r m nits e other rpa. teds 1952 and 1 automationn will cause some em'. eventually bsteat o jut Am can's in- buff to VinSa a s Cde abeat al

There's the taxl driver, for ex. roach to the pll blem of automa is a second fdustrial revo ution'Ig each other over its ttere bd obe& to ro in 1956 m
am who ad been slugged bytion has so far been t o ask for that has to be metobs they wtest dus ing l sueach o tyher the trend oftere e ea thn on th

oire d o r. asetwd escacl With busterat ve. But we arety is whether the refa continues. 'aaold ee.n, o lo tatercr
N Mo oarketla mh of 'job reriningmd This nge The Universal Mitary 'raisni urn ce

Walter Wieondell INew York
hlia d iheotio. ading, oso that etnployd Act yii. .up u-,-=*n ba--ns ,

'edri er wouldkow he wouldn't ob Ike Ra s Reps Ago explain
et slugged or shot i the back. Braway, e Street of Dreams rationing abroad. .After putting out to b e bst u so th T h p ic a cy oaine
re are the workers in such demandswillRome on the map (joke) with nywy. .Tne purchaser was Rus- Meetin with GOP coressinal insurance o
S a Ber rt, which the Celebs About tocasen: p y,St. "3 Cos" he o uldnt get a roo oodsell E. Baum o hila. .L main- leaders, however. Ike d not in- agerChare

Rs s took over lock, stock and Carter DeHaven and his daughter, in The Eternved that anro or ute gifts for the aduatin class. Feor is nw o 1956 nor was board of dies
barrel. Tey eve n took the Gloria Deeavenly the starwillbe of this kimoney. A Britisher feared a par a t tooAnnap ol. le's profit he a d about them. However, siderably n
srchand the Catholic congreg- "7th Heaven," deserving of Hit- ody lea(for ershong) will be nick- on they beco3-a-pame smouspeder was over sena Ldetors to sustaKown the Pre-the
or that somebody w ill o som le A pmo the pattern for o the neam ed of "T A guaranteed just intricate r ie operators. dent's postal pay veto was simple an p vine
thing Qnit wilereates entmands inmany negotiations stilannualv wage. _I No labor unon has yet done but efoetve. It was": "Ike won't ehided from
which will keepatbs.e Det- iol- teome..The.U.S..Department of Labor Is anything to eet this new chl- run if you don't support him." fithu e' tasre,

gates around, told is thot only for other unions. The other is the hell ias asked Congress for union ha s yet come forward with.told agoup of constituent- that Mexico. 0u
after the Russians leave will hegthreat of utom e new $40,000 tobegn these studies. The any Incentives for its members t Ike would not be a candidate for
take down his balckout curtains. technology of.automatic factoryiHouse has approved it, but the retrain for the good jobs that are re-lection if Congress overrode starved-Son
When the troops go, there will assembly which many unions feartSenate'Is still considering. It would going being at the.top. the. p p veto area.
he violent reprisals. The.Austrians will reduce the number of jobs seem to be little enough for a proj. The unions and the employ--House-leader Charlie Halleck of/Ironi" iy,
hats the Communists. with a great- and replace sue with machines. ect of this magnitude and impor- ersm t finditht they ve a Indiana was even _more.empha.tic.surance cOr
other lands.co -tteo. .e employes' ap.- t is no-eeaggeratson to say this, n and, instead of just t.in.-d .- csead ,doors that IM's deci.-, ...u..t.e
There'sthe taxi driver, for ex-.proac to the.problem of automa- is a second RIdustrial revoution g each other over Its a te ecs."w"e- other to frn in 19 .need.,'Yet,
ample, who had been slugged byltion has so far been to ask forlthat has to be met The test of ing each other over its ofteref- would depend on whether congres- lost tei r-c.
usian s who hired him for trips, guaranteeda4o6a .-wage, greater'Imodern society is-whether the r'e-',fets. signal Republicans "stood by him" find they c.
beotwe "Vienna ando nade n. The onthepostal.pDay veto. "" ance.
h i7 = w o u l d I n s i s t h e h a d n o1 g a s"D o y ou w a n t t o r u n w ith E as e sn.

War, "
ca uldr a A
Shour as a -
0^ suggestion by
der Jo Maru that he
%= A pd r suptirfign..
he r-U h ow
he altimawtoMbi y m-
m. Albert aorn oa Ten.

re bill would leave us
,000,000,000 deficit for
instruction, with no way
money from the states,"
r. "Moreover,
I one state

en oe Matin
ess would act avonbly
able" compromise em-
lost of the provisiona
were's 10-year, (27,000,.
hway program.
asuranee Canceled
been announced, it
[ture department will
SInsu ance in several
drought distressed
e counties have already
It tram crop insurance
use that the risk is too

Senate Majority Lad-
Johnson, whose home
zas is'in the center of
t area, is planning to ,
ary o fAgriculttu zra
hnson wil charge that
ture Department's aq-
withdrawi g health in.
en the policy holder

iues that Bea
w as hit
ss oeotr M n hoir

wheat arope .t seon
el crop asurane& for
tal county.
counties already ex-
i crop-isurance bene
hBUtree,l Deaf Smith,
id Childress h Texas;
rs, and Kowa In C.
and Curry in New
her counties will be
ie list in the water.
atheast,. a- smallfarm
the federal crop in-
rporation in its latest
ort pointed out that
emphasizes 'Insurance
farmers, who have
ops to the drought, now
can't buy any more in-

ne time,: SeCtary of
Benson also' boosted
i.,'rate on emergency
ins from 3 to" per

nation for this new pol-
by the federal eop
arporation's new man-
s Laidlaw, is: the new
etors "represents con-
nore business expert.
insurance field than
i board."


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Sunday Mass: 5:48 and 9:00.m
a by Mae: 1 .4 and SI:a.m
and A:4t p.nL
"ofmlonM: Saturday 4.10 to 5:0 and
7:00 to 530 p.m.
Minaculo Medal Novena Wednesday
M-1 d 70-00 p.m.
e* Hart nMov ns: tda& 7:15 p.m.
Ser*fl Mothet: Sunday 7:15 p.m.
Convert Cl: 7:1 p.m. on Monday
Cateehb Clem C s to 4:00 p.m. en

nday e Mata 70 and 810 am.
oiW e Maee: 6LI am. and 50
MLbaseulou sKedwp Nroru':
p m
an TUMMrY.
C iaM : ClmI': 30 p.Ln Sunday.
1Sa= 6eartn ovMA; 0 pma. en
BdeAIns butrut:la 41 p.m. Thurs-
dae sn : --
"1a6 n & dmmetoMs on Sunday o

da M : 7:30 and:N a.m.
Holy WY Kame: 60 *a. and 5-00
p.m. to 7 n -
MIraculoub MedaM Movena: 7:15 p.m.
CiM: lSa 5to *0 Pm. mC

a Ma: S aML and 6 0

0 1:3 and 7 1 0 to
Ca~i cSl~' &aLOn Sunday.

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8cred Hars Novena: 1,!0 p.m. enw
o nnday

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r. THBEA. Atoew

SundMoMs: 6. to1:0 a d 3:2@ mnd

ri saturdyF: Fa m.ass 60 m.
Cftrclawots: 5K,0 ap.m.
S Pand :7 Lefi :
udy MM. 8: 0amm.
Thir day pMn., Thum.
CathirasClt Friday spm.aonS: 6:00 a.m
ard Basi MNoena: 110 to ..00

riatedy im Clem: .3*vj.B Sunday.
Convert Clam: 6ant.mA a IPL.

CcmmLlofssm:tardsy 4M0to I30 ond
Th73dn be530 pa Afterdoay :M3e pvm.
Banadace Readt Mvedl 1vna: 10 an
=.r6t Saturda: N0 pMml. Thursday.

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Holy Day um M MAse :00 aj andi
nfea SlMurday 4.4 0 to 50tanSdlO mod

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First day De aotlln: day Dur-

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A Mtist

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OP lead-, i

One of the most 'interesting
hands of the Eastern Champion.
ships came from the first event
on the program, the Men's Pairs.
New York expert and bridge anu-
thor, got himself into an unsound
contract, but managed to scram.
ble to safety when the defenV
slipped. A
Sheinwold's ,dechion to reopen
the bidding was bahd on the prin.
ciples hp.sttelin his exceUent
k "owt and Play
'n Dupleate IN nts.' He
wrote: "It the o p atop at
the seven or eight-tri level, you
or your partner must pause be-
fore the final pass 'and decide
whether or not to intervene.
"In many cases the lastddman
to speak wil reopen the bidding;
and in some of these cases, he
will find that he has stepped into
a bu saw. Nevertheless, this
course will salvage many hands
and will sometimes push the op.
ponents just one trick too high
stead of allowing them t make
a plus score.'.

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AA..M-l.ch., June 4--
(UP)-P working feveriably
to track-tbwn the sex slayer of
^ht-ye jq~le Singleton In
Sear- igt sArike again,
had4on1 t"41m chlues today in
the. i br o the ufle crip-
mmoned fs,
law etf went

ic ttes to a joatl meet-
ing to ordinate man-
hudt:btft eqIdsded footprhti and
reports of l mystery ear ere
the only dies in the "sadistic sex
llayingl, .a

was dhuu ldte Wednesdab t- a
clump of i 'ies near' a lonely
country bt 15 miles north
of her e ho r" rs She -.vanished
May 23 w alint home from
schooland ee l object of
a ntmamo search.
The.fact.4hat faded footprints
had beeqrtound wa disclosed for
the first time at the strategy
meeting of police representatives
froth Kalamazoo, Harry and Alle-
gan counties,.
Glen Hamil, a Kalamqzoo Coun-
ty deputy, said .the footprints of a
man and a small child led along
a sand trial to a point where the
oihdy was found. Only a man's
footprints led bask to the secluded

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SC om nion ......... 1 :00 .m.

'ejsra ol y .......... 7:3o0 p.m.
l .mirv oI .ro s as

4th Thursdays............70 p
IL leto'.r Church

SMoran Bar an, CMurh Scholr
Ala = ',, .i." S5SS ". : 0

Chdre's Glowdaf ......... Sund pm.

Holy ldptn .m..so
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Hoal Cmmuna dSeon 7:00

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oy10 p.m. o1 -70 a. T sem

IO CmOLmmn 7:0 Eha.

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al attaft a front domn-
nating and ting victim."
Meanwhile, polee eUnsidered
tht cbhice that Jeanie might have
been slain by 4 the same person
who, raped ,od killedaeyen-year,
a al o lneo .11en. tun napor
'who raped and killed. eoven-year-
old Barbara Qqua in Detroit two
months ago.
The Gacea gil disappeared while
she was walking to school and her
body was found a week later in an
Oakland kouny dufp. Both ghrls
were raped and strangled but Bar-
barn also was stabbed several

Masked Badits Net

$6,0 In Sckup

Of Cleveland Bank

CLEVYLAND, 0., Juue 4-(UP)
r-Four masked men, operating
with stopwatch precision, held
up and robbed a branch office
of the Claveland Trust Co. to-
day and escaped with an estim-
ated $60,000.
The stlekup occurred shortly
after the office opened its doors
at 9:30 a.m. The quartet min-
gled with customers outside un-
til the bank opened. Once" inside,
according to witnesses, they
pulled black stocking masks
over their heads and produced
One of the men went back
outside to the wheel of a wait-
ing automobile. Two others
Jumped a railing Into the tel-
lers' area and'grabbed three
drawers, full of money.
They handed the drawers to
the fourth, who stood guard In
the lobby area.
There were 20 customers In
the bank at the time of the rob-
Clifton McQllvray, manager of
the branch, said the whole oper-
ation took about one minute.
"They were forceful but very
cool," he said.
He said one of the men kept
urging his companions to "Hur-
ry up! Hurry up!"'
Another gunman ordered cus-
tomers to remain calm. "We
won't hurt you If you don't
move," he told them.
No shots were fired, and a
minute later the quartet sped
away in the waiting car.

DWrRo1T, jIi S9
Motor Co.
to head ott .Its '
wide strike In
fered a multi-mi
security" plan' t
for a possible new fflg
agreement, It was
The 55 million ..ar..I
introduced dari 4
contract talks, woera ,
Ford's 140,500 workerI
country would receive'
checks after they
their unemployment coaptM0
Lion benefits. ,

It was the company'"
to the CIO United AnI W
Union's demand for- the
versial guaranUed..
CIO President Wate
has promised to ca
wide strike next Mmqda t
agreement is reached by
for "protecting workers
the seasonal layoffs of the ait
mobile industry."
Details of the last-ditch t-
nany offer leaked out despite f
"news blackout" imposed lby th
company and union on their b..
gotlations. At noon, today, .
24 hour '"moratorium" on. nM ,
releases was extended ftv'.
third time. -. .
Under the company's Job Msem
rity program, it was learn 1 e
company would pay Into -w
fund over a three-year "oa1
A union source who dlses
the heretofore secret plan ro-W
fused to say how much ive .4 'i
workers would receive.

SSunday ....... :
'HlS' nWnlpor-hip 10:45
p .......... er:d so,
SW-nhlp ............. If

mtma on, twrit upda in the0
1 NAoLn S D 1AN

man ............. ...... u

... ... ........... 00., T15
roo w*Man ................ ,10:3

ud* y t............... 7:00 nd 9:00
Day Man ..................... 8:
K.. ^ 1:00

Saturday s ................ 7:00
Sunday an S10:00
DR* MaEN .............a,.....4 pm.

~l~y.a. g..... urn
Saturday Mors ............... S40
Sunday ... .......... a. 00,
Daily av n ...............0 pm

aurda ass....p ............. 11:00
Snday .c................... D9:3
Sunday Schoolh ................. p.m.
Morning Worship .............. 11:00

Ciarch meNurse.. 30
MIMA Worship ............. U :00

Sunday School .............. 7:00

Sunday MaWorshp...............11:00
Sunday mS`l ...............110

al Worssip......... 0 p.m.
nday Mass ..........
Saturday ............... ..3 p.m.

Othei Curches
Ancon, C.Z.
ini ter W. A. Jordan
Bo Ancon, C.Z. Balboa 22
Sunday School.......... 9:45 a.m.
Monid Worsi ......... 10:30 am.
Youth Service... ....... S :45 ..m

IPrajer Meeln id. 7: p30 a
Panamik R.P..eird StreR ank

S1lUfDIi AY A:l' '. -: .
'oslo .... .mm:*I.Gosm
Meetlnd Thursdays ad Sunday
730 pm,- Wksin aow, S Balboa
tom d. Balboa.
ciufCu tw su camui
mued r in t, h JWeJW-41 a
Boca d IBalbo. Primary and Priest--
hood :30 a.m. Meeting Sunday Schodo.
:25 a.m.; beazaetMleetln.71030 amjA.
r addt w Mr er AtIArI fmob
service i beheld. call Crtobal 2M7
or oc S1 .lesthood a..Sun.
darament.a et .11

Rev. Flt Holloway. Pastor
Qffco. Curundu 5106
,Home,,Curundu 7116
Monting WorL p.......... "11 a.m.
Youth Meenal .............6.. p.m.
ven W p ............ 7 p.m.
1U CA'C C C_ UItil

SairhTiM e Arenm ena

ody sm.ar........at: Sunday at o a.m.

Tud aWednelra, and ua1m

S.erai aS nct .o ..H.elin u .
oundan TUooi a., ........ ,M
Fvelonui Wonhip .......... "0 J.
Sunday Khol .at ........... :0.

Urbanlacda CAmmeI hPanamA City.
hatomai NT-l d6 Discuions

Study C0n ......Tb.A.dav. 730:0 .m
Bad wA'Sndfr Wh.. ..... e
Ib W.. A.L.u SW. 730 p..

Seno at Llvanp. o.. h

Sundav 9Muse ............ s.0o am

Sunday. .............. 1:30 am.

Alf6ays at your service


..that's, rugged for your
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In this case, prompt trump leads
bw the defense would have re-
minded Sheinwold of tlwbuzz saw,
but West actually opened the kidn
of hearts and then shifted o thb.
ten of diamonds:; -.
Sheinwold won the saond trick
with the queen of damonds,'ruffed
a heart in dummy, and led an.
other diamond towards his hand.
East discarded a club, and de-
clarer won with the ace. (East
would have done better to ruff, of
course, but he didn't know).
South now cashed the ace of
clubs, ruffed a heart in dummy
and a club in his hand, and led
the queenof hearts. West oounm

oy rruffedand ed the4quem, of
Uubs, whereupon the defenders
were powerless to defeat the- con.
tract. N
One of the advantages of mak-
irg "pushing" bids is that the op-
ponents sometimes fail to realize
how far' you have crawled 'out
on the limb; and, as in this case.
they wind up rewarding instead of
punishing you.

CHURCR O GOD (Penteeotsl)
Rev. B. E. Watso. Overseer
hone 642. Box Gambo
Churches at Paralso. CZ. (Rev. nd
Mrs. Herman G. Whyte). Colo". R.P
(Rer. ermando Lorence). Rio Abajo
(Rev. Mand Mrs. Charless Baynh), and
Catliyvl ( and Mrs. Clifford Greavia).
Sunday and weekdays service at all

"Th Church of the Lutheran Hoar
The rev. Herbert T. Bernthal. Ptr
O Malbeo Read. albem. d
Phoat nalbSoa e 0,
n Scholand Junand FA
e. 1S a.m. Regular covered dish sup.
per te second Sunday of each month
at U Luthera t-olVee. Center t :5:30
p.mi ply Ct iruon the first Sunday
ot eac mon with a pre-conmnun
devotin and registration the Frriday
prevlou .t 7 p.m.
hol ervces an Sundiy School
evei Snd ay at 2:15 p.T. at Ut e Mar.
0a5ilum, conducted by the Rev.
H. 7 l!utrtthtl of Balboa. Holy Corn.
tunt me first Sunday of each month"
School Gymnasium Halms St.
Rev. Vinton Jhnson, mnlais"
Suday School .............. 93 a.m.
Mdl .W"rshlp.......... 1100 a.
_van elrtle Serve ........ 7"30 pJm
Thu.I Prayer Meeting in
C rhin PanamA City
(Cor. t. and M4rlano
Arosanmena) ..............7:0 *5.
Rev. T. J. Tuttle. SaaP.
Phone: Col n 10044-
CDT. Randolph and Klamnouh Stl ,
ev. and Mr. T. Tuttle, p sten
Mr. Paul Bryon, Ant. poter s,,
Sunday School ............. : 3 m
MorninWorhlp ........... 11:00 a.
EvanegtIe rvSIe ......... 7:30 p.
Tues., oe. Service ...... 730 p" m
Thurs, Spanish Service .... 73 0 m.
200b Amador Guerrero St.
Sunday School ............. 3:0 .

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That's the kici of service the Ddu Gosernmt *at-L
They wtmed a watch tatm could stad the summing heat tuoialI
ju gles... the freeiag cold stic suctomM... the guiy du&stot
desert winds.
They wanted amperswkI Omega adels&.
Imprtid p Cetimc.its prove F ast the Oamsani s'ad h-
the Bddsh Gvesoat demadod. That is wby t h%&M
Govenentom hus slcted Omega Offial Suppliezs amu heg
Amy adAi For.



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Rain washed away many of the
footprints so plaster cests could
not .te taken. But the size of the
prihtjwere, measured."
Information about the mystery
car vaes' withheld but Nrs. W i 1-
liam Prolo, whose five children
stumbled upon Jeanie's pa r t I y
clad body while playing a among
the pines, reported she had seen
a two-tone car 'n the area short-
ly after the girl was reported
missing.' Additional. information
about the'car was' believed to have
,been Siven authorities By two oth-
er persofns.-
lOr. Charles Black, a state path-
logist ihho conducted an autopsy
on JeaWe's body, said she 'died at
the.Jhaads of a "sa4di ic sex
e aid thI "brutality, of the
attaUshowed it wqs the work of
a saditile sex fiend who obtained
.sensual. pleasure not only from the
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TESTFIR -- At Washington,
John A. Barr, who recently
succeedett Sewell Avery as head
of Montgomery Ward, testi tes
before -the Senate B Seourities
Subco mlttee's hearing to de-
telmine If the Interests of In-
vestors and the public general-
ly are safeguraded sufficiently
SIn proxy fights tfor controll of
large coiorpoations.



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Fine Furniture =a&a of
Darifn Mahogany. NOW 4.
amasmno lw VM .
Bedroom. Dinler Bom ==.0
Lirlng Room ets. .
Products de Madera, & A.
Between K dak g. M
rMth Ave. SteN
P R em m '

We take pleasure in announcing that_

our offices have been transferred and that

effiyve MONDAY, JUNE 6 "th,;l9,,e

will be at your service in our new offj

located in the Caja de Ahorros budflingK-

First floor.




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,0 Excommunkalonh'
O( b ffltfkl Pweek end.
meIa PeAlso all
f beldwar

AOME, June 4 (UP)-Vptican
Wercs6 said here today that "as
reat no notice had been issued by
the. Holy See"- that the Argentlne
President General Peron hid been
. Thi sources said that an ex-
communication would be "ip so
Eacto" with say outrage commit-
d against the Catholic Priest-
iood or Blhlopl. and co qId be
dam locally without necesarlly
referring to the Holy See.
'It is possible also," the source
said. "that a simple "pene cano.
liea" had been issue ed against
General Peron."
No further comment ,was made
on the report which appeared in
the Sphnish language magazine
(Vision in a copyright dispatch
*from Rome said that President
Peron was in a 'state of exeom-
munioation' but that no announee-
eant had been made for the pres-
-at because the Vatican was rOe-
u1t of reaching a settlement with
Argentina. Vision Is phbUishd in
14ew York.)

Army for
fairs, wh
aad 'W.
of the Ce


Burroughs; and Ralph

1 Schley arrived this
ship; the others are
I to come by plane over

bending the sesisons will
d A. Bacon, Deputy As-.
o the Secretary of the
Civil and Military Af-
o w.ll servee as advisor,
M. whitman, secretary
nal Company.n

The summer program of the'ginning the week of June 1. A-
Margarita Gymnasium will get Cults may have the use of the
underway shortly -with the reg-1 rymnahum on Tuesday and
- istratlon of boys and girls in the Thursday evenings. To date bad-
i mnasiuni office. Summer ac-* ninton has shown itself to ce
tivity schedules, listing aetivl-r t in demand; however, other
tes to be offered to he boys : .tlei may be had it so de-
and girls, have been distributed .The Atlantic Basketball
and at registration time the I league offers .a fine brand of
children may express their de- I asketball-fans who care for a
m isres as to their choice of the 4 It of excitement as spectators
varied activities. Games and '/lll find these games to their
contests will be offered children ] king. Games are scheduled -ev-
from early elementary school try Monday and rdnesday eve-
"te through college,.. ings in the Mar,,.rita gynyas-
he'- Margarita Club house Inm.
"owling alleys will be available
or use by boys and girls in their Every riday evening will be
as. Monday and Friday from children's nite" in the Margari-
to 12 the Margarita children ti gymnasium. Games will be a-
.avy bowl on the alleys. valuable for children of all ages.
SPopular with many should be a from A: to
te swimming hours at the Ga- may come to the ymnaaum for
un pool. A bus will leave at 8:20 rcreational conte and fre
in the mornings qf Tuesday and ilayv
Thursdayy from the Margarita "_____ __
Oymnasium and return from
athe Gatun pool at 11:15. All a In w n
chbtdren from the first gradellHlll
.and up may enroll for the wa- ,, ,
ter periods and swimming in- Al fana| BIUIM
Vtmructton will be given for be- VI WU .ID Ir Vid
tinning, Intermediate and ad- a Id a a1
awce simmers. U mv Wa
The A-B-C-D-E basketball &. VV W Nlv*
leagues have proved popular
th the boys in the past and Budget estimates of the Pan-
Sould again be fun for them. ama Canal Company for the fis-
mans are composed of boys in cal years 1958 and 1957 will be
IE vhrlous age, weight and reviewed next week by a special
lght categories and games will committee of the Company's
b soon arranged with teams of Board of Directors meeting at'
lastobal, Gatun, Gamboa ah Balboa Heights.
r I as with teams from the Pa-
ific side of the Isthmus. The committee, appointed by
SFor the girls, tennis, archery, Chairman George Roderick to
tttleball, volleyball, newcom- receive the budget estimates and!
ll, and softball, in addition to certain other .financial matters
nming and bowling, will be of the company and report its
Offered. For the younger chil- findings to the Board of Dire-
story-hour and tunibling tors at the July meeting, will
-1il be available. And at times start its -esesona Monday in the
ifi_ more quiet games are pre- Beard Room Of the Administra-
ared, monopoly, p a r e heasi, tlonBuilding.
oeckers, bingo, scrabble and
mnoes will be nearby for the Members of. the. committee
r of all childrernr. are: MaJ.. Gen. Julian L. Schley,
A new summer evening ached- who served aM Governor of The
tle will go Into effect also be- Panama Canal from 1082 to 1938;

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morning to 4--ot oil
you" 5 Geekltt
12 Century plant e Chopped
13"- mad I 7p I M
hlionads", .
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to Violating. O Curved '
coprfht molding 30
17 London's "Dt 11 R
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31 On the- amounts 1 4l
2 Compass point
14-- and Pop
29 aging voWlc
S2 tiertarles
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Spar 43Boblas
Poet 465 3Ihes
Klbarysym 46 In addUitlI
47 Humor
Poetry.muse 48 Kipd of lit
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it to re teappalradas
-,^^ ^ ^r S execution'at onemoe af o
ne t n as a 6 .r. O.PANARA
., 0 '? -g4.,e"AeagM.Up-", tle ta, t Pe"A There are souit recipeto 't "
reme Court in Los Angeles Is- are so tbnazaawan urh they CwA 5

twThe Commuacants Mr Graham, her hair cut in ap Mars Grahwams o sor there o be of Ycoou
ast'M tJ Pw g P10 e 9a p ena he eon d sa wa arod to beget an bie ;us pr
&heiIbcu^ oelrErdren ofn pve asweetopep missed. mAn If'
Matthew ntis aan eppWeeto
eTh dElenZitn, that was fraught weithrantle e had.n 1dwatsrea witoessek r teaspoon ou Worcestershire
or^^^^^B BH^ ^^^^^^H oratty Gaoe s ave hre a rom the execu- woman h h r we sknwaucfor 'eger
EaH eaut^fy as dccompnied to the door e'e ,"a- .Gr abam r 3 0 a a sauce
.Aga-nathe Civic Cp ter at Gam- of the apple green room by Fath- huestrdthat.he. e b e 'e be 1 clove grec .
Bo 0"a plabe the scene of an eve- er Edward Dmgerg, San Qen- fin talent to he" Sulicien o" or lard to ry pork

' theB'B enerpr.s.n. ladi-s of the bl. folded, Strapped to the ..air. ae "to.lookat people Cook yucca w. ln salt and gi
mashe Ctrd. and the pllhers were dropped. At MTthews eecuroa ondP when it Ms not: aa NOJK and
"o dy evening.. June the last moment of life w her kis, etwore. ad to make uniform bas,

e bgnning promptly at 7:00 o'clock head dropped to her cheat. A mo- o alwesausa d Moda? ueas ftlung: Cut the areolb of toick
Walker M. Aderton will ment later she strained against W. pieces and ry in hot lar; grnd
.show his motion pictur-e, "At the straps and threw her oead stee o klllg min three -ear. wri-th amll conomenspu agae
-WWork atnd at Play in the British ack as ar as it would go and re- p e- nev sme lard; add the sauces,

Isles." Iclluded are scen, s froN l gained in this position except for f easonmag wa saQt and pepper
the International Folk Dance Fes the last moment I lifr ti th exeton asm. and coo nt e
Sai q 15; Helen Willwinning facedropped slowly forward. dered becadse ofteied o en e uca ball
aWimblton; and many domes- About- 30 official observers and e Moncha murderSanto and d ie put a teaspoon illg and
Institutions and activities. Cha newspapermen and 20 gards ek were also convicted of one close we. try hot o utu n

racteritic of tfe in Scotland and we present, in addition to sev. he t o n es o s golden brown and serv* a
Againthe Civ' aG ai- o0.ther ap aleren roo o he aio l al theb yFe ap-' ,onyey

will be no admission ee, children by another marriage. BUFFALO, Wyo-(UP) Den-arnasa ussuch .

.beg.nning The people of Gam bo a and Mrs. Graham recer vesd two is Harriet, 15, was wounded in the P01K in Ick
Neighboring communities will be stays of execution, one that came back by a bullet from the sameiyouaen't een tem, then

sBh m oARL JAES cuELLANDEr A welcomed four minutes before her appointed .222 caliber rifle that had acaldenl | p
jam. t r et t d ly wolsd wo and r discharged a shsg into his ,i saIces

o- Tas of erlain Juagles Gov. Goodwin J. Knight granted leg while he was hunting with it isnee
TeO Be Bearcld a Cnd Lads three convicted mprou ce ederers a 45- three years ago. At that time he ila to Iet rs

aW oIGBY BECAn;E BMDE T Laie Auxiliary of the Cu A minute stay so attorneys could sold the rifle to a neighbor. Theo and die Illia
ithL iiANDER LpST NIGHT n rd ProtostantnChapel will held mape llt mnmute appeals. The clatter's son as hunting with thes w k IIy in
lrth b of Dio Helh, dahter o regular monthly meeting on deeas wevere dened missed.nd Wrdeifn gun recently when a bullet from

S lgby w marri f Karl ad= be W .m1.Te frlsy 0. Teet1 d9ted person recocheted and hit Dennise.' ANot: i cbe Juse
S rr.houste ay Cwi rgbes M wrah1sAput.--d,, (dryouf Ih l ihre anwpamap coo -y,
d flock Maesree es..-.mt but th'erhh a-l son .y.pothue- SheoIe Dy JeOP ,.. Rwas o -toe ar Week," tomor-
w n sc netrormed De.n byf.the rs. ,e",E' ibre"anotenrIaFn E 1onoditor e tAesthoi

V 1ea chard"Md. "Iawas readypeopleofGaboa andrs.GrahamreceiredgtwyisHr 1ein thee Torm ip
rThedtabiews cmudnlteso p rlbeanderb rtayP of exec on .thmo e back b a bsweo snowot hc males .
Sr KeehD wellme.doucminuesbeorehea pp beoin ore her c erife tt h ,edr bee n oA rm .d't aa e re.

andadfevepn, Emmett Pekinsc ft th in Malo state t to hu. Mar n f.ed to disclose the
a 0ro la le o e e rd favoruoverd J lesW o, o werein cug t g rnMatthews Thrleh a hhtiwthn CAiMANOLAt
eahochild. m. -. she said bitterly.!W dpeo-

pl ,aGrea lwa yssoanbth are 2bs of Y ea
ehitCmuon Gr.ah-,m., her harIcut Inu1hen-a ajustitr,"lIcam y.olk..e

e8 -r, g B eUrndL a s elee yss g bob lookedAash she wer. h a ult of the Investigation.e
Skcial Evening on the Pacifi onahoppine. tripShe r Mr an was arrested earl

MOn Sunday, June 5tho art AT ei.Among the Program prhec You are Cordially Invited to nsit on charge a of violating the aw
McC p.m., the oung lades of.the USO. that B rownies will enjoy at amplatest reprieve ever the swefense of democracy for
~ To~M Zeaaee JWB Armed Forces Service Cen Merry-D are craft, nature stu i uen. t s articles critoczn Prealdnt

h boine p Orlando Flor- ning. Featured wl be formally, games, sinanexecug and dancingtion himas a aa three-day dtePrlon
r paret former res- dancing to recorded latest, hit Those planni on gog to theer Lam in different types and ate s se s teasn Wo
Of eCanel ne, arrives tunes and various table game s camp are remded that they may"
SPAA saidMrs.Grped the sum A cordial ivitatio s extended register with ir troop leader tasnsom
was accoped toiss arilyn Bevintonto military personnel and their before June Mrs. Nancy Peter tractve olors hch began yes-
Aa- reacting the Paciicent-sider Camp; terday at our tore.

woFor Lile Girl Canaa Woman's Club Mrs. Virgmuna Coffin H the as- t
be Home w I olds Bsilaness Meethg distant Director. ,
Dalton Locke 56A The Curdu Woman's Cb held Ft: Gulick is the eingt e of the
bo ie the sceneghts have anounve. er Edward Ded a busSaness tin on Wede Brownie Day Camp to be held on I nve
tg -ofa daughter, Dal Ella hday morning at the Co.munity the Atlantic ide. July 5 through Ia ,la y develops prickly heat.
The child s Building; Mrs. Virinia ony 9 have been set as tentative dates tolddstrappedtothechairy bothers him, see ifand

at as Hspidal May 1e. Mrs. wMaria Locher. Mar.alt This Camp wOl include all Scouts your doctor has anyr sugCestions.
SMonday evening, theast moment of life when her the twoStan o Brownebe age rs Ditnt I. e medical tke uniform balls
S.re hostesCes ,or the occasion. Mrs. Evelyn Trottr, Council M ou aiMur er putting about a table- i

be-soon to depart was introduced to the Mem- the coming ommptly at 7:00 odinat- o'clock water.

eRev. Wker M. ederton w a emet later she strained ameame: en theen kmar Girl acamp- t eaunckey n s ares in
wa honored yesterday at nek, Virginia Boney, Mae Went- c t u r e. ut of t nhoes r the
sta party held in the ze, ea Lombroa, Grac e Co o s uture oot health,
Work the Hotel Tivoli. bert, Dana Hiatlay inendlatlay in. Mare Locke, it would go a rea os check on the fit The

matly seventy five Marj tBedding, Edris Jones, Mar- Bm wi e i p o inute the current pair sdemems
sle" Ide oreorer ateend reoJ ohhe ost moent le wc hr \tThouhe Thurgood, --e n was r- and cook unt ve st in anot tler. It ary;
the entenat m oonal Folk DancsFes-re Mray- emednafth o urit eheptb oresei ationls citiniWu salt han period

oand Mr. Cagley and their hvsy G. Torbert Rth Konabl Lu-v e- d o meca ,5el e n illc nO e o gkpGs o w a hCa t trouble.

Ju dpyed to depart npe t cille A. Taynor, Beatri. ilsA. 'iafratshr C-adce *t L1te\felon.
o e Unted tates niil observers andea Mearon and n murer SPEEDY an Overprot a teascipoon ican appear land
-r -n, fDedaleets ymou r ad woman between 45 thme' bu L am p eKinS were tsonvte a ononed. d ,ises tea a itte
tth ienstitutionsndarre Breakfarctt oes your npand beeasene your ma o themostshking e rush to prevent hibrown fallng unless

vip. Ato esp been the s luome-unlewts b m life the rearing of children. iti iIss on concrete. A tumble on the
rastersoti of life in Scotlandaand lt ppan hrbru9 sn cy Peter- l ttioaptioe volor, -Phichbegannaes-I

o St Mro. My-teps.oo R S od e a ct 1952 massacre murder of Ches ier' Note: U can be used as a main
arld eo reb WsitinwlolerCy efirocner G s tard Young a n d dish aadd n b chipel nar bled
ringetifg the cid llowsHde r b abdtyerAam ayherthree tinyochildren. egg, caper, olives, canned green
a Lesteb.hd G Charges w II be Angeles and father of her eighttheasLte ofrohe

You have it refreshments, but there yr-old son. Sh quicker if you left twot him try ht h e r
will be no admyssmontfee'.y children by another mtrruageg BUFFALO, Wyog- (UP)-uDen.'Iarlly bothershmse eI0
T. Te c ahepMoprle of Garmhaaand Mrs. Grahem rencelted two is Harriet, a t, was wounded yn theordoorhas esTo

Shic ommuies will be stays of execution, oe that ame back by a bull from th e same gs."

welcome four minutes before her appointed .222 caliber rifle that had acden-al
Jn ndMtime. The first doly came when (aily discrged a slug into his
toTg Be ear By arouuLadies &11 three convicted muderers a 45- three years ago. At that time help
Tminutwretastsseaftoth or.E n rot, Counc,.oilloodlt ,ifeoianeghor.lWnds-UpInJall
E1 pAwmMANDI'LsT NIGHTnKir Protestant CkwillAd e with snas minute appeals. T h k latter's son as hitting with thear
ldMs. rtou dBertowas introduce d to the Oubm Tesd-ine am cmt:aTey Teetsedbrewted pri e o n it ricocheted and hit Dennis. SANTAeGO. Chile, June 4--
Md Mrs Cv E glbe.. hostess will be Mrs. J. R. Winn. grow o fhisesoewspFor ted
h wodng took place at StnLuke'sk V Crhegal, st.7 pm. house number s f uoC,aCurundue f r ,
The oThe HelD wa. baer n e- Mrs. Beth EichenbergerlwylbeMartieskissourclseofArmyathori
lemslWh osCeventy"five Mas Roeddit hedpakema nonWielsi, Mar-lmtinsOctaveo Marfan, editor of the
TM atte LincolndedabrMilesmatid; nd Mis R as Kay O-withkwhom the Wi Tran slatorstsbaliberalo,bewspaper a lDebate, was
Jun Mnated rec Womanutd e Polk, Getjutant Col. Maximo Honorato
artSPEDnYs whoIsInvestetioning charges of
best iM ywaso nustthvo Adolfo Mel-fnder, brother ofaJunlnls
whilee iea0tusers weoebeKenneth.Miliard,iGilbeeton, -It'oncncte.Atmb n
Bsb ewfied a ho0 Ristelr dotbothe himm,
of wea d the ceremony ast the RPhosarp, woknhr. "sinssworlMto i. el"l etarorun tdibyhime lftahlot

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rtO rt Im fochasroesoro-atDAavichr rdCAtP
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m e nL cocl o- o' -wen. omen t ae ag iroupbe otween
ns u r ,-',-, d I 45 to 65 have decided advantages
APOW DANCE over men."
Dr. Havichurst even names the
B I 110l a.m. 'as- advantages. Let's hear him out.
-Womes are healthier than men
I. th-. Ah-cenllone!4Dal e "au In this period o life. They live
cocktail, hoce of longer. Women have more free-
larvelous'memu for only Wi3. Awcarraga'I dom than men.in this perad. While
organ muso for dancll untU 1:34 p.m. most menu se chained to. their
* -e women have a variety of
I |3 r" Ichoices."
CanMax 3. .-10" Those are chaliesgilg words.
fortable rerv&tlsT. souy me" you haven't any bumi-
~ ,al r faA-. "-.-? Iness sitting around feeling sorry
for yourself because yew main ob
in fe is finished.
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atI 'vied. You are about asfree as a
a e ". human being ever i, hee to de-
cide what you want to do with the
l tPT a years that a""" left to y.
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"-I a "ei T 'A L wal.n,"o tr you. hat role you
BALBOA HE101HTS, C. E. west to play now that you have -
som~e chole a picking the part
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Phone Panama 2-0552

5 to 10 p.m.-Adults. 'rrG-n"
GTeenegers. ly oppelintment oely.
frning ... .Belboe 2-4239
Alter 5 p.m.....Panama 3-1660

Ck;arl Zone Dental Polycllnic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Qienlmee-bridlge woik-e4r bralrve
General Prcttce.
TJroH (4th of July) Ave No. 21SA2
(opposite Anren School Playia nid)
Telephone 2-21 i-PRanamL.
A A.

Sctic ka Ictudpe Mdve.

Pees 2-ROPRACTORS 2-256
e A.n Riding LAC
ng r JumAvnu Tel. 3.et 13lly

Packers Shippersa- Maven

t 5p.m*,,-Phone 3-0279
or by appteaspent.

I Match-Stick Bamboo
Venetian Blinds
Travese Curtains
Glass or Wood Jalousles
Call x-3068 or 3-40
Estimates Olven Without
Distributed by
P oductos de Modermo S.
4 trial Ave. (between Koda
b ding & Fifth Ave. Store

ths the year to bay a Coant-
I al Casially au to insurane


CO of. Ans..Iz7.**
r Nwm.I. .wrn *, .
tamasmisl Insurane Coimpany, Inc.
(ranch Oflcel
S N. 1S ThoU Avenue
h' ne Pahei 2-381
(cnez fram Ancon Post Office)

1dlentists say the sun is
creeping closer, no won-
tar the heat in Panama
S'mnost unbearable. But
here's a tip I'm sure
you'll appreciate. Drive
,-.tWjRailld. and apHnd
a day,ut.wt in Piradles
the land o(.glden
fripg and squarere- s.


I steeP Ne. 1
ah od July Ave. & J IL
Jeafe Arimmeoa Ave. and n 5t.

SFOR SALI-Deuble bed com-
plte, 2 night tbles, dresser with
beautiful mirror. A-I quality and
condition. "'Trensprts Bloter,"
phone Jomes 2-2316.
FOR SALI:-9 cu. ft. refrlgera-
tor; Estate stove; solid moaegany
dining room set; solid mahogany
china closet; youth bed; b by
crib; 2 Hollywood bed* with in-
nnapris n mttrs..Cnhp. Nit-
aner Obinre Ave. No, 23, A-
partmoent Ne. 3.
refinish your bamboo Rattan.
Free esimate. Phone 2-5463.
LUM HENRY, comer Goden Al-
tar, Panama.

FOR SALE:L-N-.- refrigerator,
self-de resting, 2T-cycle, exel"-
lent condition; Quertermatere
furniture: kitchen tablet, two
chain, single bed with mettress.
bed stand, oak round dining room
table. 4 chairs, floor lamps, ta-
ble lemp, rugs, green window
blind;. Reeasonable. Call Balboa
4183 after 5 p.m.

FOR SALI:-4 burner els stove,
pood condition. 7040 4th St..
FOR SALE:-Ges stove "Ken-
more," four burners, oportment
slie. excellent condition. Phone
FOR SALE:-Norge wringer-type
washing machine, 60 cycle, 4
years old $65. Also miscellone-
ous children's equipment. House
2167-B Curundu. Phone 83-
3222 or 87-5105.
FOR SALE:-Dining table and 8
chair, bureau, re d I e chairs,
electric clocks, bridge lamps,
fiber rugs, etc. Reasonable. Call
2-3455. House 717-A after 6
.p.L. Saturday or Sunday.


Claimsses in SPANISH. English,
French, German given by proefes-
sor with unlvarsity teaching ex-
perlence Reidancp'in France,
Mexico, U.S., Ge #aty. toasen-
able price. Spe'ali summer
classes for children, high school
students. Write lox 543, Bel-

ATTINTION-Kebbo, Redmon,
Cecoli-Ann Lattn School of
Dance annaunces Summer dss-
as Ceoll Clubhouse begininm
June 13th ending Aunust 18.
Register June 1,Saturdey It to
1:30 p.tm. Phone Belbe 2.4415.

Boats & Motors
FOR SAL:-30-foot sloop. Go-
ng Stateside. No reasonable of-
for refused. Cell Albreok 2203.
FOR SALE -F-Coy-built beet.
16-hp. outboard moetor; and
Cushman scooter. All very rees-
enable. Phone 2183 Albrook.

Help Wanted
WANTED: Mld with refer-
emise end health csad for cook-
ing, care f two chlld**i and
housework. Apply Saturday 4
p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sunday 8-9
a.m. I tl* Stret, House No. 1,
Apt. 4, Pirque Leofevr.

mU La canaeoquam
Central Ave. U
No. s Leotier lsan

FOR SAMU:-194 Autin A-40
Tudor Mdnn. Price 5200. Call
Panama 3.4941, Apt. 45.
FOR SALI-P I rlym u t h Club
Coupe, good rubber. original
a w no rV. go transportation,
clean. 720-B, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-1947 Ford Deluxe
Club Coupe, radio, hoter, now
broke job. sat coven, muffler,
and toll pipe, excellent condition.
102-C Gemboa, Phone 370 job,
or 196 house .

FOR SALE:- 1949 Pontiac 8-
cylinder 2-door, hydramatic, co-
lor blue, radio, hooter. 45,000
miles, 3 new tires. Also has turn
signals. Call Albrook 4241.

FOR SALE:- 1952 Chevrolet,
16.000 miles, onn owner, two-
door sedan, excellent condition.
Call lBalboa 4183 after 5 p.m.

FOR SALE:-1953 Buick Special "
hardtop, white sidowell tires. 2-
tone paint, radio, heater, de-
froster, dynaflow. tinted wind-
shield, EZ eye gloss all the way
around, foam rubber cushions,
windshield squirts, turn light and
beck-up lights. Very good con-
dition and a one-owner car,
$1600. Other household article.
Phone 83-7144. 2065-8 Cu-
FOR SALE:-1954 Crestline 4-
door sedan, two-tone, whitewall
tires, undercoeted, radio, Ford-
emetic, like new, mileage 6000.
House 580-A.
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile
Holiday Coupe. Hydromotic, ra-
dio, duty paid. Have to sell.
Call Panama 2-1522.
FOR SALE:-1953 Plymouth 4-
door Crenbreek. radio, excellent
condition. Getun 201-B,,Phone

FOR SALE :-1954 Chevrolet 4-
door sedan. Radio, directional
llhtse under 8000 mHe( $1600.
Balboa 2-4157. '

FOR SALE.-151 "r",d-
m6b0le Fordr, 30.000 0 ct,.el
miles,' fully eulpped, ml" Il* t
condtolen, $1000. CalltAlbrooek
FOR. ALI.-1-950 J*ep "Lend
Rover." perfect running condi-
tion. Ceu *e seen at "'e M-
deair" e uo Gas 41tat i* 50t.
Street. SelO Vista. "

FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet
Club Ceupe. Original o w ner,
od treasportetion. Reasonable.
Call 2-3455 after 6 p.m. Sat-
urday or Sunday.

FOR SALE:-1952 Hudson Hor-
net 4-door, radio, hooter, o/d,
woter inleetion, 6 good tires,
$1300. Albreek 3292.

FOR SALE-1953 Ford-6 two-
deer. Clein, 30,000 actual miles,
uiderooteid, E-Z gln. Will
take trode-in, 83-7267.

FOR SALE --1950 Mercury con-
vetible, emiiellent condition,
39,000 mile. Call Rodmen
FOR SALE:-19m Plymouth 4-
deer Plie, duty free, practically
new, substantial discount. Pana-
ma 3-2887.

Savagely Beaten Body Found;

Florida Cops Hold Divorcee

PENSACOLA, Fla., June 3 (UP) the stove and the living room floor
-Police held a divorce, her ex- had been mopped up.
Husband and two other persons for, Also confiscated were a pair of
questioning today in the murder of Mrs. Bayhi's shoes which, police
a neighbor woman whoe savage- said, were encrusted with the vic-

meoUt w fir Ave.

Agenda Internal. de Publloiaiones
4d Ceatral Ave.
.PWaew#jise .ew .

U -; ." -

sOX 2031 ANCON, C,2; .
DR. SCHOLL'S trained Chbpe
dist. Alexander, Justo Armsme.-
no No. 58. Phone 3-2217;


construction lumber. "Sa Cris-
tobel Lumber Yard, 35th Street
end Central Ave. 7-13, Old Cas-
ino Garage.

FOR SALE:- Leaving I thmds.
Piano, refigerater, Laundrom at,
ironer, furniture & ether heose-
hold goods. 1937 Ford, 1947
Hudson. 0818 Plank Street,

FOR SALE-Air-condition" nit,
%, like new. Phone 2-4912
working hours. Sumndoy 2-1551.

FOR SALE:-Smith-Corona port-
able typewriter "'Sky rite r".
Brand new, $50. Phone Albmrok
FOR SALE: Half breed loxer
puppiesI $10, $15 and $20.
House 114 Gatun.
FOR SALE:- Revere '8' movie
camera, f/1.9 focusing lions $45.
Cell Albrook 3184.

Argentine Foreign

Capital Law Fails

To Lure investors
-Argentina's 21-month-old law
on admission of new foreign
capital has lured only a few in-
vestors because of its inadequate
provisions, the Chamber of

0S 10I conditidr will show a
SArgentinasidM ent in' t#
hs e as' eem$ imr t-
net" there is A'dditioal devel-
opment of oil resources and ift a
better climate for attracting for-
eign investments is achieved.
"Law 14,222 which governs the
entrance of new foreign capital
has been In force Since August,
1953, during which time nine
foreign companies, including
three U.S. firms, have reportedly
taken advantage of its provi-
sions," the report said.
"It would appear, that limita-
tion of remittable profits to 8
per cent of the original capital
has not served as adequate in-

"The additional hesitation of
prospective investors occasioned
by uncertainty here, was expect-
ed to have been remedied by De-
cree 637 of last January. How-
ever, the scope of this decree
proved disappointingly narrow,
with the result that only a very
few of our members may expect
to benefit from it."

Dedicatioln Of SL.

Peter's Choral

Eucharist Sunday
The Choral eucharist at St. Pe-
ter's church, La Boca. 7 o'clock
Sunday morning will be dedicated
to the Feast of the Most Holy
Trinity, which begins the longest
season of the ecclesiastical year.
At this service, the women of
the parish will make their month-
ly corporate communion. R e v.
John 8pear, priest in charge, will
be celebrant and preacher.
After morning nraver at in *0

ly-oeb n dy was iound in eI urntsD o ner nair. church .-oW;-.-fi '1 -
ibood-apattered living room of the When officers arrived at t h e c thi.re and at
divorcee's home. scene, they found Mrs. Bayhi and .3 .m.,terewile evoensong
S' .her ex-husband, Hubert F. Bayhi, with sermon Vy the priest.
Pensacola police said they had who said he had been called to VESTR MEETING
obtained partial statement from her home by his former wife. The monthly meeting of the
the divorcee, Mrs. Hycinthvestry committee will e eld i
hi, 35, that she struck Mrs. Sarah Also held were Oscar Theo Mil-d the parish hal Monday night, be.
Margaret Harris, 45, during ler add Mrs. Margaret Lonnias innin 7:30 All members r
argument. Lee 35, both of whom lived at the adket ty Father Spear to aattendd
Harris home. F
i The argument began when Mrs. .
has a police record, of feeding rat L SWELL STORY
person to her lyear-old son in his ZaL nI ,iVol W.DES MOINES (UP.I. T.
potatoes two years ago. L. A brothers got mumps the saTdw
The dead woman's battered bo D brothers got mumps the bsao
dy was found in a pool of bood in I v s A i lL week although they were many
Mrs. Byhi's home Thursday aft- -miles apart. Roger Caliger con-
er a b s reported h e a T n traced the disease the first week
soomeo scream "let me go" amnd:la vmCUvI J award in March. The family learned later
uiummobed police. that his older brother, Wesley. with
On May 4, the Army Reserve the Army m Korea. came down
Officers said Mrs. Harris had Officers' Training Corps Annual with mumps the same week.
been struck "many, many blows" Final Review and Presentation of
with a blut instrument. A long, Awards was held eo the "Herry
deep cut ran across her forehead Maloney Field," Staford Univer-
pmacture marks dotted her face attended by bt efi- W ANTED:
and body. Blood spots speckled' calls and vari-
the wal and cef g. E
A wooden arm broken off a sofa ous military association.
aid found leasing against a wall Cadet James Wilson, Milita-. shorh d in Eni and
Was examined i thbebelief it may ry Science IIH tudlasL & of Mr. Sanish. Do not apply with-
have boe used in the fatal beat- and Mrs. Nef iL W i, of Mar- out references.
garily, receivdl Si edenlc A-
I achieved 1001 IA a I PANAMER

a 'md e hurried at W tlamc.JIr Ml V As .
chmm &^ 5 nu S -S viU ii 1 .-a

ATTENTION .1.1 'Just bul
modern frwled bhptmen*. I,
2 bedroom. ht, ld water.
Phone Penama 1-4941.
FOR RINT-Famishbed end un-
furnished 2 ond 4-roem modern
partmeths. Ceteact ALHAM-
Phone 13s6 Colon.
FOR RENT;- PFurnmihed or un-
furnished nee bedsoom *part-
mont in II Coeo, House No. 10,
7th Street. Call 5-2189.

FOR RENT: In El Congreeo,
two bedroom apartment w it h
maid's room. Call 3-3742.

FOR RENT:-l-bedrem apart.
meant, upstlrs. 29th Street No.
9, Exposicion. Phone 2-3403.
FOR RENT-- Fumished sport-
monts: one aod two bedrooms,
low rent. Vie Porss Ne. 101.
Phone 3-256.
FOR RENT-: Furaihe or un-
furnished one- bedroom modern
apartment, grage. 16 Via Be-
lisario Poerras
FOR RENT:- Nicely furnished
I-bedroom apartment on Ave-
nida Peru facing the park. Coll
3-0746 or 3-3099.
FOR RENT:- FParshhd-unfur-
nished sportoPent for a couple or
bachelor. 7040 4th St., Colon.
FOp RENT: Unfunished a-
partment, sitting-dining room, 2
bedrooms, 2 baths, mold's room,
porch, gorge, screened, $110
at "El Cangrojo," 4 Steet No.
2. See Do Castro; Ave. B No.
9-42. Phone 2-1616 Panama.

FOR RENT:-2-room apartment
$40; three roms $55; four
rooms $65. Information 8058,
10th Street, uptain, Colon.
FOR RINT:- Furnihed apart-
2 bedrooms, .tove. sfrigerefor.'
Bella Vista ,4rd Stree No. 64.,;
FOR RENT:--Fu i-ed aart-
S rent, mMitary iMnpetodw. Via
PaorbM e. P '.2o .
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FOR RENT:- Apet Se a om-
pletely furnishedd.* W a lMnen,
etc. For rent June 7 to Aug.
25. Phone 2-2513 Panama, 1
a.m.-S P.m.*


FOR" eNT:-mFumlisd mom to
carried eow*e or gelemean.
FPirt Stert, Palil, No. 7-130,
Apt, 12. Phone 3-0397.

FOR RENT: Furnished room,
4th July Ave. No. 7, patolse
Sose Studio.

POR RENT: Nicely furnished
room, private b at h, served,
coo. No. 34 446th Sheet, RON-
Vista, ;im. 1 3 p.m. Al/sour
nihed two-h bro*m kouaS _+

FOR tRONT -- Gewrme o...
spctd. beautifully furnbbed
rwdeh eeJd ratrigrat, .
Okv0 lseee cabe.t, private
beath ed erance. 520 Street
Ne. 3. Phone 3-B

FOR -RNT,-Reem. bhahelor a.
e.a 08 hie's Store, Oldflf
Ca etroee. Ceaaquill 499.

F" Wr,?-Rom..om h i-fly
hum to alsngle pemsn. elle
Viea. 4*fSw- No*. 4-407.

FWRA-NT; Furhed lar g
bo&dU W"H pe-. peV
cLp60. os. f. slth oPfr
gN454 4th S rit .W
45, fleor right. ,.

Eevn btt' were -.orted t
coco sol Bo spital 'duri the
majo Stdl f m t mindnight
e udy,-fune 1. There were
101 points admitted and 87

edim tbat of Martmha
alea were born to the tol-
lowSi American dctie: CaP-
tain. 3Mn. Lloyd Dull, of Ft.
GuI,-otep.- Mr. -and Mrs.
Paul &vans, of New rltOb"I
deauQtW; tSt. and MnM Rober
a. rmf cocO So WHO on:. I"
L, & omolack Orband, of
5 i ad Mrs.

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77 houses on

Fwnr,"jgt-s- ma--

WILLIA Mf is Clara Beech
ttdn. 4.adai. Pnieo b.,boa
305 .^- <.
Qm .a Clim Bleach
Catthie M veelencesM
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FOR 2004-' "himspace at rear
of '".q 0 formerly occu-
pid by 1iNelo s." Reasonable
pre. W-4eorated. Phone 2-
4912 wokli bonrs. Sunday 2-
1561.'*- -' ,,

FOR RlMrT-2.b.dro- alertt,
vesy bfe~rftgfe, Phone 3-
423b. ____

qulp Ww. s. 5k.qe%,is beor
eody June.: Apply 2-276 office
hb-.s 8.47 efIfrw ."p._.

FOR RENT- Furnished chalet,
2 aedroems. for o- mentA. 7th
Sweat N. H
Phoe 3-42j,

O ,UINT.m-Sm chlet. one
b m, HViN dilag rom,.
ki ih M.odeate eft. General
. ad e S apu,.ia Ave. No.

sease .

P7-u to9wn. or i "ai

J. F. T No --- or.-

near S.AS. comr s76 IbL. L
rooms, dtoiwn.g em, two

FOR SALE: "-Concrete eWW'
near SAIS. cOeXmssaraI hd-
roems, adtches porch, .ragre.
For i nfutie.Fr Vie Pqrrs '

' A GROW orRANIFP *r WATS' SALES EXECIUN VES arrived last night A Tocumen Airport
fot a two-day'visit in Panama, -their- itst stop onta survey trip to Latin America. They'pl n.
to evaluate the economic otentiality of the Latin American countries with-a view to achieve a.
substantial Increase in commercial interchange through the air routes as'well as to -obtain
first-hand knowledge ofthe tourist attractions in each of the Latin American cities. The visit-
ing Braniff officials represent ten of the main Mid'-Western cities of the United States. Left
to right are M. J.,Cucal6h, of the local staff; H. Gilbertson. district sales manager in St. Paul,
Minn.; Don Schombefg, district sales manager in Amarillo; Lou Priester, cargo saes- mifnger
for' the system; R. H. Burck Jr., general traffic and sales manager in the home office In Dallas,
Texas; Regan Houston, district sales manager in Ff. Worth; Bill Cars, district sales manager
in Ft. Worth; Bill Cast,, district sales manager in Tulsa; Howard Davidson district salw4 man-
ager in Kansas City; Harry Jarrett, district sales manager in Oklahoma City; Bill S chener,
District sales manager in Rochester; Frank Wuerderscher, district sales manager in St. Louis;
Case Wasson, regionalales manager In, Kansas City, and C.M.-boQolittle, Braniff's manAger
for Panama .-. .

H1.1e Nomnaled

For Pronioln

To Meajor enrera

Brig. Oen. Charles O Holle,
formerly Engineer,.of Mainten-
ance (how Lieutenant Govern-
or) -o0 .the Panama Canal,. haa
be4 .nominated for prpmotion
tomajor general and has been
dgnated- as Deputy Chief of
s.r for Construction.
Hle is the- second former Ca-,
nal official to be promoted re-
cently,' the other being LtL Col.
Marvin Jacobs L.. Jacobs, for-
etrly military assistBt to the
Oovenor. News of his selection'
for.,promotion to colonel was re-
eently received on. the tWthmuu.
SHolle is presently Division n-
gieer of the Army e Corps of -
giseers South Atlantic Dtvi n
with headquarters in Atlasta,
Qeorglia. He is to. report to h1p
new post later this-oUth. He
will succeed Ma. Gen. Bernard
L.. Robinson as Deputy Chef of
Engineers following the latter
reassignmentt to a post In flu-
Both Holle and Jacobs have a
wide circle of friends ia Pana-
ma and the Canal Zone. Col.
Jacoba served here from AupiAt
1949 until June 1952. He I
ace been on duty, as Profes-
sor of Military Scefte had Tae.
tics at Rose Polytechmic ilsl-
tute in DIndiana.
Holle served three times in
the Canal Zone. twice. with the
Canal organization. He was on
duty three years, 1933t 1WI
wth the Ih M Egineerst o.
roL. His second aOELdt
here was as Asitant -
of Maintenance, now gAf.
ing and Construction plretor
from August 1N2 untIl IPem ;
bff 1944.
Hie turned to tshagl
w '.T-1-- ..'29W

Elks Pilgrimage
T6 Roemon's Tomb

A pilgrimage to the t6mb of
the' te assassinated President
JoSe Antonio Remon tomorrow
by the.Panama members of the
Infepe dent and Benevolent
Protective Order of Elks of the
Waridthas been postponed.
The committee in 'charge of
the plgrimage said the post-
poQimnt ws8 caused "by last
mlWdte.changes.v A new date for
the pilrimage will be set neit
iN k. I

In'.1048 wen he was appointed
Engineer of Maintenance of the
PanAm4 Canal, the position
which now corresponds to that
of' lieutenant governor.

Postor Paoerewski
Of Cocol Baptist
Church Due Today
Rev. Earl Frank P fa de. e wa.k
will arrive today to accept the
pastorate of Coeoli Baptist Church
and will binsg both p e s sag e s
Sunday, June:5.
Rev. Paderewski attended' c ol
lege at Mississippi College, NeW
Orleans Seminary, and more re--,
cently Louivife SeIinary.
Also corning with himn to thea
Canal is his wife, and two chil-
dren. Wayne and.ary eth.
Everyone in he Cocob Area is
invited to attend the. services and
hear this wonflerful man of God.
A reception for the pastor and
his fami wil be held, FrI d a y,
June 10, at the Cocoli Chuh, 311
Bruja Road.


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rif rs Word For Jackie: Impu siveness I.-4^
s serio meeting with CBS brass. \TV ADIO
J t e waa trying o make ue po L by Enkine Johnson
to JA^Last Wiuqvauys nonlOy It [ 0 w
A) hn who's playing a n ate ba ig Il
M r rOCeain mas argument's elinax, HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -Guys telefilm series and believes 1ill TV
.o1u b noyO1 a1er re 1ar- and Dolls: Red Skelton had ideas stars should switch characters.e v.
onep, tnea r at to Lautin ua about making movies under o hi s 'ery two or three years. But after
Ibr.d ,own independent baiher alter he nearly five years of Wild DBill
y .A m Iu e G SPO"Sure, said somebody left MGM, but evidebtly he's hdHickok, Guy MadisonIs saying:
As, Tel a To tW aAWeAr rSophe i ucker, _. a change of heart about big-screen ,.
.s bu .e sped, and gave that comedy capers. There'sW as a cu- ."I'm not a` all tired of the W-
NSW Yon A) W s *low burn. L n eac ut il. m t oA serious downoeat feeling about him. ries. As long as the public shows
first pat Jackie SaIds We Pd.saemencous1la "' s-ee. y w se lf as evidenced in Id statement i terest, I'M a for At."
him W kpt I. J ndow l$ Ouy laug Loe w teiton a to me:
he' h nt'ot but tt uroen"I've been' concenrtel-Guy, now starring in "The Last
didk'tmaa4r. go.ha p warth, I-s ienerosity,.oscourse,.a well. evson, and ve been lnt It ev- Frontier" at Columbiaht. ,ti .
S.1131wrell evsion, andvweek bEnou h "g t e s ,1957 to go on his TV contract wltff
mor. I dnt care tI wea was si e- uam., e It is so mnULt uAs NaRre lousy every week this way. Why .to mta.
cessful o not; I wanted h for wa nom %tning wiu enange i. a ort'iu-let t go around the world it, a..ake.
go, at time, iogt orie ra gneru es rt 1 Not long ago he nixed an offer Movie producers counting on Yul
a h s Nt peny on s income Laes, to park his make-up box on.. the oiner to take the place of soan e
has hadrds f l. that he and nuc wnat ne makes is U-I lot for a slam-bang laugh pi- wood's shrinking roster of tar.
is on the topi hbe still has them. vested m his proaucang company. ture. He also bowed out of a w aal m
Jackie wa u be liked by m i re some w ir0to team up With Director Frank are in for a dsappointment.
Jeac <.thats M ..belik eby u vs -eabon as e orzage for another film. .
lJi cX.- eouL hu e The dt, t-ng,,he py *ing
TV out. i a a .eason as ve uv Boahe knows about his future at .Thedistinguishedstar. playing.
ias nseo noe e a en e was the moment is that he needs a rest 'I'en Commandments," will srepen
fsul. itU ctuk wita JUun Jt, bleue ni .e-nfrom zV--"I'm taking a vacation his performance in "The King and!
full nevern came a big star, we pInanned a this summer-the first one I've 1" for move cameras but aterd
never coa.pi relax, He must vauLevile ,our or anna. io was ever had in my life." for movie camerasbut after
P nAi. actuaty alram- afraid ox wat Una Merkel is celebrating 25 d ...osdiofor.d
beOS! .ie iXpeople in eiLusourgui, t ex- years as a flicker actress with e to studio offers.

s I* A we t "-l. reaoy-to-go uns I Una of the Dixie-drawl, in fact is as a director. If good roles
it' uneataLUnlakalaveness -has an idea that "I'm coming into come along. I'll take time off fromI
tht -pa"John,"lsay to him, if la whole new phase of m career. direction g. But directing what
we."hJobn ascou nL ave ue m, ie- My health Is great and i have a most interested in right now."
ren m e late r hos, Ai g better,w to at L wob O L. u ao. feeling o of great expectancy since
Ten v r he a-son stage.or"sreen.a Inob
ot' utta here." And1 Aso ne I uaugn. me claims that roles I played for so many years." NO ILL WIND
minute ac-F 1 GIEASONAND.PRO 1CpelIWURDLReflectivepose- ra. his .-uc is aways paca, Percy Kilbride'siexit from th e OK, a
,ut. Suddenly? e said, hey, let's We c inda frcar- tsmuch.LtelYbe'I ewain cae a gs get5 oau. break for Una as it is for grizzled Weatherman R o b e r t McComb
taso t d s.o "!es We stayed i New f ni, s nht ta tsicmewa ne bays is a sUim wit na Arthur Hunnicutt, wpnos stepping picked up a $10 bill being blown
in "tosot Wilertsptaedi.oft e.NtJe a h"o w" a..t hm b in eac a e um tet. re can al- into th breach as Pa's lazybroth. about by the wind as he walked
l oI tme. the ways gom bask te o n burlesque. er, Sedgewick Kettle. Una wm past his weather station, He told a
.1 Pua -has f-the.-Imun s -q a.uswaug aheI admayeat Isn't play Hunnicutt's wife in all tu- fellow worker who said he had

"Jen mlenr ne "'AW t .e n w j t e a depe abent a l k Il A
l. orfeane s until they o imsh disny usso d won b
l, 0 n-advance, so i i thit thinasd" he with lawyers as tax experts.

we' 4 e a:i.m and take plet h said o wi gn g etbaga, oncatn wheree not ue." ays Jit
eListe, pal e e mid. See g ;cO 't do.lt. ". .. --. n'-w .. i. stron. -o his b -he s ron, iais a tef, hemeryKe' a'sitxitnpand or a cmbina tinofwobsep.
Spho tographer hung around a few His humor is not like some corn- tw ge ......an.ea l fW a t the b brmydr ers bu' siTon anu
days,. waiting for wthe u to edians whose nd are ar- ilys, Jack' h mh e If Tnino.

Scome. But.it didn't. ranged systematically. All y a 0omg!" 1 ten an I w ays pirates himself."
The" hotogra her finally wunt' have 'to do Is give them a Cuo- sleeping -and hell say, "Well, how f they ,dopartelru dfor moev
the S re. Georgla Gibbs' me and said, ey, pal, lets go." Ie. acue's humor is different, That's when1 ook somu n o a abe [ori c any.
.ldWayne S oingsR lo siplgOht Bu owad 4L' br ts, e middle oea tense ar e fo. v.. ,- Vance aeis laSghingwiteh
',.song : Disney' s 4arl sg aw i n. -a.dv anc ,a ysili "thiset i al nu*?of argument, me.e arsinla y ers ey and bt out alrth e .

in a ad theTratnp' t" the price of fame. Since he s re- a oten does. -'- s Vaudeville routines she and Bill
e."r at tVey- -a show tel ugoied everyIwhere, hILI doesII't Once, I remember, he wa a Last of a series L Owlt er wiem on m
Sourndes th litt: At the Mer- -* .r is itt o. o obes keep listing they saw Vi-

friends are Idiots" t. .At Sands '-ew wear --p .ers.. vaudeville star.
if ouBeach Club: face looks ihke e e ssenseofhumorhisen Wails Vivian: "But I wainever
she lept i It" i .Ats ai ghumltyheayarerAcs aAin vaudeville. fo m not that old."
C. C.p: "She got her mink theeungro afew humor is not lesomecom.,.ftmht eb ine
Hard Wa From her 1 10 .B didnt. nd systematily..A uIeam" w Jack Webb is straining at lhe
.T ihograwntavtoIs give t:.Ery a-".y Dragnet leash to unveil ah new lIfhe*I patnr*uifr /
(a on nAd 111`0111Pm9a e away.a= tBi h L Jackie called word. and out pe s makingg.. .. . s- .- . ..y p"cked

Healthy, wealthy sad du____itebt___fia
he na or .ieon i teob umeraedssaid,t"H ey, pal, let's go." joke. Tackle's hum or Is differed nt, T h t. ... ...-, wt a n me k o r th e

you. When they slam you it means Tt every -strike imnytcan appn y i

they know you're still in busi-
neso,'. .At the Admiral: "The Butowaysepay themiddleofitenseruentIfome.anV esau Lth
n h o ntheyp r e o f fa m e S i e h e sre d o fte n d o e s.eh a s..ri..

SVaudeville routines she and Bllads who mod girdles are mes

who don't need theaml" rU-AVNU A M
,r atw h ox--aTh.ow l itse 0O orBUENA ENTUnRAce, I remember, he wpiaInMaLastofaseries. Frawky have done on "ILove

ondrI Tme he- Lucy.Oldst the arrival and ss with misty er n the i V "CIUAD DE CAL
ovn the No the e"ieskepisstgthe.sa

.Maid Roome: Some o my bestRE uGERATED SI
f fiends ar e, Idiots" A. '. t Sandsi n do .-the. sa r routine as.a l

Fax," "ADuIn f"acelooks Wsta FORD & M4
bo e WaHls Vivian: "ButIwax'never"

C.Pultzer Prize Wgot her "Sainkt ofhe

Harde St." . Jorge SaIn
a) says the Item was r h Jack Webb is straining at he
dl have a i y bad spell-but iset leash to unveanew
nwu,.-Jn't Cola c11ola 2."

lie' size ad tryV, h. t)M forces. is rs. W. ef Utah, Thor combined .
Su .you.g they slm you it means
aehcf..,oAt the Admiral: "Thef
-Well, w Hi ELsxoenlousy ,V .. AI
At Pine Hill: "He looks awful. I
, Isis wife'sLt too hard" oan June 6th En

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Detroit Franca $25 To V.F.W. F our Tvapsho
Seeks Second Sacker Teeer Fund To Meet Joe Brown nJ e 12n

D despite .315 H hitter on iuon ti r o as.trapa. a,
TaeonCO came thro!g Ajtws0mer okigt -
the V.A. Teeneam all touw*ootinS ampi T .,
.with a contribution of $25 to add o-wa tIToc n e I
By MILTON RICHMAN the Statestoct bega nteOlyi oe 20 ae. d aiaenn
NEW YORK, June 4 (UP)-General manager the V.F.W. Teener Group at Her- S rum..sootff targesPi
Muddy Ruel of Detroit, who has been running y, Pa., the first ween Au- o or naI arrido, ca with 192.
around frantically trying to obtain a second base- he econ Corp. check was the ATI AM willh ead The handip was wonbo.m1hlb
lr'i i' ri hf irst othenorganizational return NAT1IOAN _6EkU, AMfl A H U a ,ro ,p t_.wfw.elcome the 100. He wau closelyan9dyeaul l^W.I,.,
mihn in the trade market, might do well to look rightnd it is hoped that this start wil ..hi ghl rated Negro boxer at winner, and Carl Jan with 6 each. Jafs Wn wo
mnler his nose today and "discover" Harry (The hep the other organizations on the TEAMS W L G B fEAMS W Pot. ,G thb asrpwt. GNarrdo T s In off for second plce, Disharoon, Jr. third al'n .l_ a--,
S* Isthmus to share in this worthy Brooklyn .....35 11 New York ....3 14 .702 eh of emets or who won two champ h last year, was f h '
( at) Malnmberg, the Tigers newest hitting sensa for the Teeage group. Ohcago ......28 10 .96 7 Cleveland ....2 1 .644 3 ee Inthe doubles liners from staa w o tat
This group of b6ys represents N w York ....25 23 .321 11 Chicago ......28 16 .636 3% frou -be destined behind Hay"Wotad 4 to Belers w3. 0
..... 'Inot only the Canal Zone, but al Milwaukee ....22 24 8 13 DetroIt .. *2 20 .556 7 forthtie etlon of chil- Irv. Haytook the al around championslU with a total re
The trouble is that the skln-i4-3 decision over the Boston Red the S. P. One of its players i a St. Louis .....19 24 .442 14 Washington .S' 26 .409 13!s drde' playgrounds in Panama of 388 out of 400 target., Runner-up in the -Atound was
ole beis never sox. Wilmer's older broker, Bobyouthfrom the Sepubic of Pana. Philadelphia .*20 26 .43 15 Boston........1 29 .396 14s City. Diaharoon; r. with 378.
ny, 28-year-us cokaieraon romby, started r the Atleic but Cincl nati ....19 25 1 Kansas City ..1 28 .378 15 Js gd. -will start the final
tr of s because e fl-was forced to leave because his -- Pittsburgh ...15 21 320 Baltimore .. 1434 .292 19, p his training program Winner of championips and Clas A, Band C follow:
el in two revdi big leaguearm "felt tired" alt -hou.gh aheadAf -rto -` cted dve 16a HYadr, D e A
meon permitted heRedI Prf 8o St. Louisat Brookly New York at Chic the A and Pacific sides. 1st Irv. Hay Ir. ay r.Hay y
te~t-~t la ceon and permitted s .e Red T0 ,O GA Yor S AE Chla the ait
,e' dol a bag ob Sox to tie the score on Norm Chicago at New York Boston at Kansas dty MeO*nw Brown is already ClasA DiharoonJr. Dharoon Jr. eharoon Jr.
14 uthe's dol abs g-u t ,91. homer but he was Milwaukee at Philadel Washington at Cleveland iMn result of con- t DA.aaon r o.on J Sles .ilrJ
orseco, elrthe au t h e .. the result of con B C.A. Jan C.A. Janon n M. Holmes T. ce.erC
a nSow with a 10game hittir credited withthe victory when Cincinnt ati Pttsbu~g Baltimore at Detroit stn? for two bouts that C W. Ilgallen W. Cmnningham T. NcNeI T. Moeil
gere now witki a 10 .game ,httng _,_ded ...with th ne _tory wn.....
age' unmatche bay Ye t t ve.a ~oL StandingsW E 8EUTh -b Federico aa a The Scotch Wha y donated by Jack Schor of Ainsne
second sacker ia the Aiherl an homtrea tor Boston. ( Night G ame) (Night ame) P l 00-2 6 tChocolitco Vi- trtiidores was won by Hay, Dr. era Nel H
S League Harry Walker, the new man- Two standout pitchig perform- New York 10000000-1 5 0 etroit 001204x-7 13 1 tra ear infection in A silver pitcher donated by Andrew M. rht General

Ma Imbrg, who te fro ager ofth il so e ances by ex-mal or eah urs-p. a- Rush (4-2) and ChItiNihtG me ) ba ... ... ... er es ot 1 ..Tsco a e
airfield, Ala., the aine as f h. pitchers to tie a National fected the standings todayIe .Monzigandt (0-1), GlWelh
WLite Mays, paced Vtroit to a League record but they all look- the international L. the g beas ml e, 0 0 and Katt e, Wstrum, Garver (o ) and WWison. prmento mwas injurediIn train- Nrtnn, an enthusiasticsihrd nag o lne
7 2 victory ovde hi th c last d alike to theDodgers, who Southpaw Kaen Johnson, for hfman. ngin Cuba. aswon yrAs ae n a to ee
-anJom lhie ah d iu 1D mem Pohh -idk (33) and (NiegGarshm ) n o tany. enhina D bh alwa b Dr A. E an
it withp th.r e h er that proved hammered out a 12-5 vtory m0-er.ly lf e h hd ha d the un oe tes, wh a tis l
key bow4 in the a game. and remained 7o games ae ad liesin stopped the Havana Sugar (Night Game) Boston 100001010-3 9 3 to Brown perform, are The trapshooting fie o et n nt

Ssg s a r leser Re elsmtcoing the Toronto lm aple ttsburgh 300012001-7 In lock (5- and White. this befit card which ahou a idt ba wG

msdi xt Innn t h- ,omirs divii Dic 10r n.un .0..__. ran(- n p _a ,o ....., e ., l|
and his thire b ll. Despitngl e ft hoSnider led Brooklyn's afs to a 2-1 victory. The 12afs' Staley, Fowler, xall, Free- R. aMeller, N.. 45 (1851-66) and W. provide ot entertainmentmanger. The traps ga 8 7 7 318

e dro. the Yian eesr rngemaid f~on:. Itla ,1hit attOck with his 17th triumph enabled them to* grab an, R dzik(0-4) and Burgess. Shants 4 58 3 i 92 75
three doames ahead of econ A inthin ret t rn O g It w m4 8VrasarS t 46rogramfo lm oe o in- e h ro, 6 13 3 l cent overhaul and.aut *n 81 8
oug th inc hn, a double and Toronto 000-ga 100me 0102 win Donald ni of the Brook- he o n't make, too. Lest enry. .. .. 83 88
d matters In the eighth. C les, while Roy Campanella, treal Royals, who dropped a9-1 (Y -ih30m 1)3x 1| 12-|ounaunbesem

e in Hodges and Stan verdict to the Syracuse Havana 100 000 0001 2 1 ln DGame) New York 000101000-2 9 1 d d Ernat frown hasd Ernto ReidThen aasnd We also wish tMaysbandwagon thAMERICAN LEAGE Carr 80
Witr napped he alsoa t hven am o tun Reliever At Richmnson and BerbVa.ret b els Milwaukee 003 o 1 eiht picked up a full head of te four round preliminarestr assistance, including

ne streak for the Ransas ?ed fr- n llH taaYh Scantlebury (9) and Noble. LP- tnbe months. Wider shrugged: "Who gets paid Kuenn, Detroit 39 155 2i 59 .381 -b- W rgadose
SAetlets and gave hsthem aClerm Lab. was the winner turned bAmor (2-0). since comparisons began more Kallne Detroit D 45 178 34 67sdl tear-376 alth t s
Rochester 000300000 2 ant those of the Gnt Wl- that his talents had witstood Lollar Chicago 37 116 21 37 31

virct, lein oya-ithntrtereom soRichmond 2-3.0,vc00000-7 9 1 -t Mars and the Duke suppoCa- the rat of six major league cam- Mantle N.Y. 47 163 47 50 .h307de A oA 1 "-. '
WvNt A p Maro e oer, Beard (3), Wr a hsout (4;of the Dickson (3-3) and Sting. n ns. Nor that it was up to a son did was with a ovie
Including a ft i AT O first division. Starr an .der a proud man in ev- ays to prove that he wasn't a OME) and Courtney.
S T Eddie Miks, Bob ae and other e-Phlles hurler, halted (N w, whether conce his one-year wonder. But his irrt-s. s ago.

-'-V ..ES TODAY Wo"d.starr. hasemIei ability or his dreIs. His t..on wa. obvious. Snider, Dodgers .i17 SOWS: 1:04 e o:45 4:50 6:55 9:M P.M.
w ,-ne n h, re -n- Are of hw personal appearance, Wv.ch is why his smile so Campanella0 Dodgers'( 15
-SDIABLO HTS. 6:1 Mickey 7:40 GAMBOA :i Syracuse .000 i 204ng 120-h 13 0 so often neglected in sports, pro- road ta Theopening prelimina pits The final results of th h
Washing Lton turned In the REBECCA" Montreal 00000nd10001 Bob -Rush fired a five-hit-Aninthduced h knamet be ha made. hem forge Mas, ants u 14 M 14 were decided at t

stn J hBtal canyon" ?rrell and Erat; wojey symbol, too, of his excellence Wiie. Yt while Mays laboHadcpn'Lsat Banks. Cubs -- Ste d
re twho rackd up his fourth co LP-o. R lar, d recogntmbus Jetsat Buffalo. Pme aSmith, dd and Sar- e Duke la Fatr er-G ea" Is

ovr "the qnds o en st, was Don Mueller's first in- Leae's cter elder in o of R B BATD These
ixth homer, comingofht up fromMinneapolis oth t bat. ia. gan, exploits ha a- Campane Doders

MARGARITA 8:lB. 8:e CRISTOBAL 6:15 I :18 user and Lakeman; Schultz The free-wheeling wilPie won made Co e cr a word last year-le- Berra Yankees low:
Lemon Jin the seventh RiAC "BA American Association lt nder on te last day of the m w Kaline. r 37
with one on, proved the gamen- Mo ..day. failed to urvioventheI siH w1ear ad

Wining TWIST ck ATEy o innthve d- G G ivin- S. ine.4. Hegeopped heDuke hESS.?. HdWc. Db i BsN 8 .'.,..
s' se df ir asnr* ABiuton's 10th w .. In home runs by onk e Gwith 41 hLEeAEor thA LEADE Hay, Irving G..
tdyhise o A4 52 a s* Miloaukeeor,,at4r, 3a U .l,Tm..Jr..96

Moan of the White Sox helped.ins it oner y 1le b ao e raYn aLeswnnha mR S
St oA LyAX._ oso.e.r .h fib 3T a when .-gSrPXe compri 9ll 1 r Nortonerer. 9 i" ai 7
n-32i ctoryd.b overthe...his th ph. Braves 0 1 3t 0 aDteoey ole g bte at ralr a
n r]. I-inl, Co.rhmbbs .3.. 0 2lW .. 3n w berr
ebn fhoe b jume tI.ro at l three ru nsc o 0 0 11 0Unaid 2 0 a h t aa anes, MA~.e 4.# 87
..1eraraeman singled home Cl cil- third but the Phils tied the M6 LAGUE o
the fourt h;,the 'LDInrunana24 25.27-,..N2o er2..522m7oTom.d. 9. :6
wih he le eton led of the 10th with his Cso use lb .. .7 26 M5. 3 --012D k wb a M. 4C 5 25m66 n. *
Lth the bases lull. Despie -t hit.TT De ib nM ,h S O .ya n u eller N 4126357 W
tos, the Yanees. remain f 1NdYORKrr .... T "Duke's" no. Mys will make a few Snider, Bklyn. 46 169 4658 .34 e Win..... 9 89 75
ree gaNemetsmahead.b-of se8on1-8.2rown Is..moat o neo a y..n that I won'tmakel.he ViroonlSt. L. 36 140 23 48 343 Keller,..Norbert .8..
p laeeed. .. ful by ca cno .'Iwith.ther STRDAcY'S RESULTS .The Duke, as youk now, is Ed- said.- ABut rii make a few that omorR, Bkdn. 46 173 30 '341 La-,'enry., ...
Wase hfl' r eas wtinr.- e ronto, 000 100 010-2 9 1 win Donald Sne of the Brook- heBr .- won't make, too."-l h enry..8.
Wilmer Shantz,' seventh inning'..rd.n Petersn gave P, avana 100 000 000-1 2 1 yly Dod ers. And that frown has' Then, as the Maya' bandwaon AMERICAN LEAGUE Cuarr, Lee..,,,, .
rsnappednte- L esor-nsne i wnoverteelgs. Johnson and Berberet" Amor, furrowed his forehead for eight picked up a full head of steam,
slosngst8,r even-gamen ? IB- and Wally Poalh.Lom Scantlebury (9) and Nobie. LP- r, months. Snider shrugged: "Who gets paid Kue n. Detroit 39 155 25 59 .381
t* Athletics and gave them a iVern Law was the winneo,,,eer Anyor (2-0i. ver since comparisons began more?' Kaline, Detroit 45 118 34 67'.376
d. ..y- --.. 0[0which matched his talents a- ThDe Duke didn't point out Power, t. City 38 145 28 49 .338 TODAY
_Rochester 000300 00- 5 2 1aina those of the, giant Wil-tha t his talents had witnatood Lol lar, Chicago 37 116 21 37 319
Markell, Beard (3), Wri ht (4 L- wau found wanting. Paign. that it was up tO 1.
SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE and.urb arnkStrr an _at- e,.dr is a proud man in ev- Mays to prove that he wasn't au m OME RUN, 0.60 R LEASE 0.30
fCENTER AO I LP -- M.rkell. HR- .ry way, whether it concerns his one-year wonder. But his irnita- SHOWS: 1:04 4
CENTER THEATRES TODAY Wood, Starr. 3asel ability or his dress.- His tion was obvious. Snider, Dodgers.........1
-.. ,;are of hispersonal appearance,| Wich Is why his smile Is so Campanella,, Dodgers 15 ....
DIADLO HTS. 6:15 7:4 d A .1..A.. :15. cuse .000o204,120-9 13 0.so often negl.bted Insports, pro- ;road today. Kluszewskl, Redlegs-.'. i
L.,d BRIDG IS"REBECCA" Montreal ooo 001000-1 9 2 duced his nickname. It beca..n!_ a._,.et m.de them forget Iayn, Giants.......... 14
on, d ...... 1 ,"l iu se c nos" I rpurell and rautt; wojey. a symbol, too, of his excellenLce :Wile, Ye while Maya laboa lit Banks, CuCb......... ..l!
MING MAN'/ T :,0 6e a.mae(7)_and Bu- on the playing field as he gain-.au of: pace with ao"doW', p ernial, AthletUes......."13
V W Qu- .Cahili -,.- i ., ,, Lea : 's be c either fielder. Ing .1tow ia one of RUNM BAT' D I

CO fh 0 la.s..toaokthe.play. tear9 ad .--_is.t-adl-..d er'," _,.dgers.......I
MARGARAr . .J f 0oboo -0 001-8 'e 1 uboth afield atba. In andWiat exploits ha.A a- CampaMehla, Dodgers .. 5-
.13[.0 :10. ._ and Likeman; Schultz The.free-wheling Willie won Mailt a word last ,yea-re- Berra, Yankee..........39
lnsw ROGERS I en., Ser .TC. t treull. HR'-Ikeman, Do- the battingchampionship from _erv.efor Willie. K Elus.ewski, Redlegs .... 3s "
O Jwaus BRRC / I "BAD DAY AT ete, Snider on the last day of the Aah nxample wa. s Kalne,
''IIT OF FAE" BLACK ROK" season, finishng four points a- o anc eetu m *e ab ....
TOFFATE- Cinemascoe-ceihead a& .345. He topped the Duke Tb We b L m e 11thre

.4-yvin .......... 1 0 1 0 0 no -ied that their Armed Fore- so vs Powells.. .oi.nd u.a. s iarmn- i
dL ~ay ht ithther crn-'"' Fniay toepiuuor late Mer.rl
Grissom p ........0 0 0 0 0 es ~ ague schedule conflicted on J I- Frida Powell vs v topid. or tlat 1 .Mas "has" s 1' _
d.-. ziay night with their com- Station; Unlaport va Of- o later. 7 CterC
Ran faI t. tI 1 5 37 13 ltmentstfor the Gold COastblar. But, at te.momen c TEC N .CO
b-iRanl foP r til n Im th. oop they had so often won. July 6 Wednesday Pow- 1 u ) .
bo-8 ngled for l t th MV .alls va Gibraltar; Unisport va
CoD ydd C-Filed out for Watrum in Immediate arrangements were Nasl Station.
XX,8th. .ninade to change the nights of July 8 Friday Unisport AVOiD MIUMAL-C A
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a.a at b Iats ba.. t .. clu.b s Cubs through eight eIa,
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lJe dtiatg'mff t aa env "Cp enroh Is 1:6ackreson is an st blihed ma)ajor cDEeL Tod a30 -
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? --I ? ?m Fw of ann Dfit. league third basemanand hme
"ser tha e the n olson's wa lover e s l d rn hitter. Few players in the chrd lln, n
Otsver theTaeaday. league are faster than Dee TGRMN
SMy".-l"ad...y e-N ltaear.ns A I onow about nobien
re or ea hety ttd.u laeke a Robert tac in
a Bt wa. If the 1es i heavy, a h a ySht d evsidon. in o o o o t b AoGlaseds- is that he ips hotter them "f l? .. ..
.e .- '. ,S-asesin a ttMoo" vs. ,an B.ack has a fine de "'
oothat.e antilerit o tedu olnsivae Outfields r in JLm Kn o ;h .

T man f to th isth Uatare Srtain: 1 Mrl anoB WI ast a determinatin. The anod remember that big t a k t
M._'s I1vey .out s '55ofo t fo1 O0"n. p2. 'he fulirigged TLWeTsa ttle t od,8 l4-77, opr SAe an Frank Baumao lt ar,
-% A heft QueTl s eay I is lnot to be discouraged by u -the AtI msao ors.a n- -lthe kbench."l
a Mre dF iret ty ca lhaht onr M lls Rak s a theT
in the Caribbean Command best eshrtstop in the business
oo r tak p arns an .e tM loffM hld at Kobbee Campe "BanksIandaBakereaacolde sis w .the t pchingo atna whe c sher y m he uriingT tni "
hed--o le d t, Wb ad s -- -- aBTortuguero ofa g the thAntlles ap become e othe slickest dub"le pl ay me i
ILLEGAL TDMWMEtured 76-73 and 74-72. openers

eebegoan ofte IIo tied it up byat combination onInthe game" s a y s ued oat behind stihenout infield- Haney "although this big right.
Tow t hiek to the Moaore fight.h unlike one Moore hasveO and 88-73 victories. GUN CLUB that manager -of the Pirates. er, the Chicago pitching came a-bander walks -too many r the
aIMt tol los e A a tare eeret h s (eept M The Turt. estookin. The Tsnd er aBanks fairly ottrunners out round to put e ub on te right good hea l th of himself and the
moray, the doperanEs Ibelheigs to a mowdwew ftrtwillbeOh toQ 3.s froaw Withm an7 '-r thi-N t Ew a'nd Baker gets the ball away like track. Any baseball man knows club. But Jones can be a whale ro
,ve rf t ste 'arpre tem lons as a h eaV t ho ontender can oub to al final night. rd a magician. that an outfit isn't going anywhere a pitcher on a given day, as he
no longer aUken erelo u s, no et tbe aor wo h the a s tr ioo enC r. a .. "They say that Eddle Miskis' without pitching and hen a club was when he turned nthr e no hlt,
5buddyboP&Llept lineup &rICISOs neawitch to center field made the has fellas who get the other guys no-run game against us.

ghu sed whe lgh t h eal veghtmit or loaCallenr. who av- club. Well, oncehe nfounds a It sB ouad oat efenend job ust (5, alMore important, hirs resene
Std tow the .Miot .t bks beo o1ing thetwthist m r owdoare1 n last D pTnshooters and moenbers of way around out there, an experi- strong JcanDiat o 2tail.tme enln Hpany ot wo h,

15 a dOe M ar b mf ht aon d t to amre .ut. his tho w pr eltn wy Br ac .a. ,bI spoT B snd datt J oteae ..ll.t.he g fallsHeac pt o f h w f aor uesh ,
feor. Can he i- A ht the, wOae d a aei he strawt enough or e in fr sWillaten andck y the Cristobal Gun Club were enced infielder with speed figuredmarbles." ter and then left-handed Mnn er hi
to t re who t be out ollg Is back with frontliners t cry pleased eon last Wedne da to be considerable more than ade- Earned- averages best tel roation with proper rest. Wt h

S cl der et,, a iy eore theat h Mo ar mad. "- "| ethelCh caoal ucs t -i" .'thtea ay,,ta le "P ae th
e tows1h "em, o em atTe VI= MI T M ckle and 6-5 center DaOn .rederoon whean lMr. and Mrs. -S qate in center ield. n.Nany o rp ut-tCc se.. w .-aiM
o h m a n showed up at the standing center fielders. Joe e1.50 Warren Hacker 1.65, can be spotted, and ack has cap

mB quthe a f oreed omionea ute esatonal ortClayton'sentryIsaCaladr join In the fun. Maggo and Mickey MaiftIe a1dH pnJeffcoat. she y ir t t

Hl .2.fobRuhs.7..blJscod pichrsto8tephenson, Btrnkce to her
-tar aro metownteot bsomchmb ". und 6-4 Larry Davis, --t enson, better known as moag them, broke in as hrt- Jim Davis 2.86, Paul Minner 3.383 p .
a w h aonoerly with Florida .A&M. Al--Steve," is "THE GUS" at thetops, giving them a flying start!and Sam Jones 4.25.tch finally paid off for Jeff.
tJ wlldake ld-Moe mihonsiderWan theeCslaeytonott ak it lotor Division's corral in Cris- in fielding ground balls.. Jones accounts for the differ- coat so inplace of a center field-
1". ThenW.hatLavr ne. _.fMinoN.o.Notonly is "Steve" one of So, with the outfield straight-., ence In the pitching," explains' er who couldn't hit, the Cubs hayveo
"I consider that possibility before the match was made,') Teachers College and Gary the best motor mecha lcts we

ti o hndee t osi blitd hrted be rd n f tet tofan Bter C l uy t attc rill nep eenth pitchin
said aerty, 1a I ws asured by U missionV th at .ms, ex-Be lmont Abby col- know but as, unti recent
tdtime a match .advertid pr das a championship, git performer. years, one of the top tra 3hoot -
's SVot tha t or eldse si.to an.t hi oprai o tn e p l c-rse TheAsetwo squads look like the era on the Isthmus.o WI a coat-
Sfto or anegopteams to beat with the Toopers,e of practice strings, he ould
Is championship match. Olson will be tymdg to winKte He 1nAlbook, and Army AtlanUca ol- still be one of the hardest t.
hEavyweight cham h. Oawing S Thclosely. beat.
"But what If Moore comes in heavy, anyway? I persisted. The Troopers, last placers oIn
"That' e asy," aid Flaherty. "We just won't fight." 1954. e aborting .- artyl Just to ahow e. batoyshhwV C E .. 3S
"o beoeM od. teM erew aof Texatou c U., Jack McB- r. S tephenson Bernice to her..

me ofa evr Bpeu r d Panleue r (NhJoal O- Intimate frinte p10 .. u hei
...a .... ...... l~e kge and Bobby Ward of Arkan- m4adbrake: ot srets out o r 1)
DANGEROUS AT START B ias Stt of . -t w er ncton r1 a

There aretwofpeto shol ofll e ofhought on on new Flyer entry bscester- hope th MoihsllAson fit to join
here are two i rfferet schools houghton Os S Bt d Wmd Nall Ar ., who set us next wk and will note with

owthe toh iht, l h. fe mm EanS N bOaW ro he seonle Trapih, tares, e plae :|)
no ked toe weihtrand s lAbe fon ida'ndable, a t Inter-squadqrond ue roe- townteIs ipr ert hhe r sa. '
ade. .a... b that gladobe -aaganst ipa tlen oomtheOr Ih te_ ad.iko o. a lac hprw. mont inhe- O
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wtj the No* York ightm, ee daata. wod aeMrltlyT e an a o" mi -_n plest. _
nl *ae outf e t looks to retrno- s because eey ore mad h
for Valdes," aITea Yarbrough, whoever keet (25 taet
good sparring partners and two cooks who watched his diet aged .5 per Same last year. .
carefully. Yet was the heod do thenan NavyPacific, which dropped WindySellers ..2II MI
ha get down to 176 and still have anything laft?" Jut of the I I early n 1954,Is| R -as -n- -,a............-25
'mile wryt kan loo--'eking hopeful to Shorty BcEN .E.RDO..... 2"
The other school takes the stand that Reams doesn't knowWk .. e .dlayercoah obflo rty Sutn(yder4.....23
wh es talking about which would be one of the very fewurt a elPme yer-coacr ho e Art utton (410) ........
times that ever happened.er lawh......
was third In loop pont-maklnj Joh nlItt .......21 ._ _ __
"Moore sould have melted to 180 without any trouble," sid Is the man to watch along wi Bm. Brandl (410) ...... 19
a spokesman for the aati-Kea s me. "He. know hedidn't 1f J imKing. W. Johnston (410 b ..l.. iS
have to be roser-sharp to k dbi Va l es. He put eR a good show Speedy CoC 8010 has only one
of. wanting to shed Irho tbut ta's illIt was, a show. ia man back f ro m the second..-place Trap (5 targets, -yd.)
wnted to be sare Flahety n di't got a brooding they quda, forward Jerry Hall. ButThy a
had made a bad match and try to pull out. So he purposely the Braves may be supported BilCronin ............21
made It am thatit was go* to be almost IPealbte for him le0arty wit the ad addition of a Bill Clark ....... ".....1 tS
to mathe weight. Moore will sto Olson in five hats. Watch 200-man squadron later thls Mrs. B. Stephen ......same excUsi ltrtip
a krnd se"o inonth P Parker- ba. do' t.16
Flaherty nodded..andaid, Yes, reports that Moore had stop- J M arsgeThall ers ...... which filters thsoke, making I
.d to. -erfIdIo ractiM. b ad evious. _rftohd his ears, BrA Toward Marshal .... .
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S BELGRADE. June 4 (UP) Qual- The Russians tailed to pr e s s lalq livl^ .. I L do Am
ed observers said today that Rus- their demand that Yugoslavia go W.. .UI K kk iP'
sia's give-and-take at t it u d e in along with neutralization as the ... .
talks with Marsinatl Tito may in- future of Germany. uolv- . S -
dicate hope for success of t h e They also aeptced Yugoslavia's "Lei the people know the truth nd the county 6 sale" AlbraAmLn. l
forthcoming Big Four "Sum m i t" rejection of an offer to join the "a' a "
Conference. 'eastern bloc.
Observers said Russia had back. As an immediate follow to the ThIRli E AR PAlAR ., SATURDAY, JUNE, 196 5 lt
S ed ~down on several vital p o i n t s call for a European collective sec.- r R .. ... -
| in return for notable Yugoslav urity treaty the communique talk- ; -
S concessions calculated to ease the ed about Germany. It said that an i i -
S path of the co-ex:scence with Rus-Iagreement should be reached "on LT.
sau. Ia democratic basij according to
I a committed itself to a state-Iwithout evemenring te re u nry Coic e,
ment that Red China's claim to unification of divided Germany. .
S Formoa was "legitimate." After a hard week's work n Yu
The incluson of the brief state- goslavia the Kremlin leaders left. I r I s u a io
menton Formosa probably waslyesterday for Sofia and possibly t L
Intrinsic value. lites just as uMarshal Tito hopestoF a. .
More intriguing to observe was explain it to the Big Three in talk .e s
ugolavis agreement that"a ys-he called.for the near future. thirty platoons from at eeacti he gro ades t on a easl, wa anot er
S tern of collective sec r ur'A,.ity sin .,,Eu ,c. .,, .orl-,sdtu. etion..n

tion etween te Russian and Yu- Truman said todal he would so gry c tan s An i, during the tet, a- fires witha wi t wood, the platoon trto e whichwas

olaommunist parties. Khr suporr any presidential candi. oneing an gle adexpeqrtoemat "y member of the platoa b Teu set about gathering u meart wooo n |oa a a
ahma or co ntribution to eeas inr the Democratic natonl r ator metat cones 'a"i m sting course with all 'n (dry center e) dry out cloth. y WL T ueders maid
world tension. aleTWarfare Trainoingcenter bm ua e of the o r- u musti

This now regarded as a "calculat maybe I'll have some in nce a'y ueim Prag h.Ei ei yc fhdual. An umpire actScompany- The finale phat of li e test, es- A young. Korean boy whose
d blunder." on the choice." or itout in places emphasis on leadership at duran d e anythat of ang else.har-

e we Truman said he still backed piltoon s rm t o"hfirstPrM m," p acter wa Orental literature wast
M w e es v. _e nBattalion, 18Mth Inf. Ret, npow--nthesergeant.-"After WalkingforTe'I t wFManderou hte r by stream
be which Yugoslavia spurned a ssful 1952 candidate rior to the testing ot the ar. b er r on ers ee rouerrraionrffs and the ever-pres.
long with the western powers. Wll a duck wim" the 71- borne platoons, memoers t werethe course han at encoun r it ut this week.

To gain these concessions an demanded at a press conference intelligence and Reonaissance and odi born m ChongtKuA in the
ti vdelegationlebyCombatco when a reporter asked whursedther Peveloneer and Ammunition Plation machine gun emplaeten and streams nimous in agreeing the coursean
top-levelisovitPa BossaNIkIta oav under the direction of Maj. Gen..'While the third s4uad lay down On the first night, the 33rd Pla- was plenty rough.
hEASTBOURNE Enland, June asks me," Truman said. "I'm not reactionel C. McjunGarr, commanding base of fire," h said, "we toon went inth reliving
eral more blata fourengned flying going toral,.U.S .stick my nose n unless junglbean, is flanked and the position phase. Hamp by lack of light
itera moroue batoant bd for m s .silged to test h m dividual andlbefore they otod eto teand a' h e1ntUi
nmum" success in the talks with p etoon stitesit in allpases ,,votheny15,roulds.gos o .

thEdYugoslavs.sdnd orthe Mr. and Mrs. Truman were andsurvival training e o ha n the Canal Zone code
i'he Russians retreated oh t h e CLEVELAND, 0., June -4 (UP) ule comoat.and liuig. The platoon was also ed to This phase ti non-tactcal.
I for an ideological reconilia ormr peident HarryS t confronts the Partcipants awitheprocess a prisoner duringnfirst

English Channel one mile south- here a guests of honor of a Prior to embarking on the | t e he guardians
east of here t Roday. $100-a-plate dinner last night, would 32hour course, each man'is Ifdui testi fi resw t i a etPtion to gii r con-
First report said that nine o the proceeds of which go to the alnvseoquired to complete a isitten a.eed or h s auouo

the 13 persons aboard the RAF buildns of a library in Indl- oest. Questions, such as "How s. a Hence he Ua s come Tnder
underland aircrafist had been ped ene Mo. that will houeielter roo constructedro top member of the p- set aboutrofsonl gatin of Panama at-ingheartw
rescued. T here was no immedi- papt whe d a nd other item s critic naton bottom or bottom to top" de- lt is it's (dry center c r Woodrow d Ct
ate report on the fate of tehenrtae presidenccom. paneine and n t Sea tn. Pefinalepo'of the test, es- A to of reansu boy
isowegr d edos "He diaoed SteaIl ven son l-Troedout the ioatra tieraturei o l ,, w a
ThntobtoTruman said he aya-still b acked i win thpouto eti in tho a be-
Adlalem.cStevensonsc, the unsuc-ie paes w, u under the ai n ll a rnhia os

.P19 Group of Coastal Command. Iun vaccine program. 0lIr tsisfather had died n De-
It was en route from Callot to "It has been th e policy of this li g aI emb 1
Eastbourne on a "show the fla" Willaducksw administration to discredit any71-. e platoons, members t T he petition before the court
year-old former chief executive Gold Road" operation, the33rd'Hon oon as

eiston 13d db the DAdemanded _at a press conf ee intelligence and Reonaissance and l re n Hong .dpton is

tons Conference which being rtwo adnitrasked w the Pioneed. and Ammunition ation Province of Panuk, Korea, on
nh heldonerile est- The s till favored Stevenson tried out the course Feb. 4 r. 144, s ently mader s

bourne,. TheiDte ov 0nburgh cine started in asulnthe Marc hof he exterior dnantint of the hiI Hi s that he bar othe name: Hary
S Prasesidet of the A net "I'm not go which as yo any cam- Thlbs Pois what the nd fmet p witve Mtshere
i iie lariva hereo y chartered orAeo1 6 ftl atrar ind 0- aS esoen h Hohs IwHn hr o ldth
EASTBOURNEd Englan d, June asks me," Truman said. I'm not reaction test, jungle navigation r.

| BALBOA TIDES Trnno wmmedi oTpoerat iase ho ROUGH COURSE 0 A tpe rttrom oe 11th Airborne Diviion SAIGONeIndochna, Jne 4 -
4 UPHIGH -A four-engined flyOWing going ato stick my nose I n unless junge l iving and escape and eva n e r osg ae a e
boa en route to an RAF con- tm ask ee." sion. Each individual and Admrstoon- government troop lashed back
mention headed by the Duke of is givee. tr n a strict teit in j ungI *_ friend. But i inasmuchh u Hong is
Edinburgh crash-landed in the Mr. and Mrs. Truman were tact.icsan survival training. a orphanthe Canal Zone code

J pmeast of here today m $100-a-platne dinner last night, m il.r i ,ahn h I e -
First reports said that nine of the proceeds of which go to the qmi ,rd completeac itn e o isadotiontc
the 13 persons aboard thie RAF building of a library in tedc teth|J sio, i..h 15 iiia Hence hefr as coeoption der. e
fSunderland aircraft had been pertdence, Mo., thatowill house shelter roof canstuctd-fron 'top fllow'o
rescued. There was no immedi- papers and Other, items of hstboo obto ttp de- pr. cnn wing ofnam at
atebreport on the f at e of the term ine the Mprsidenc. Is t-botomn r oteorin mtond ac o do.. ., tnoeta o ro do ume: C asro
other four. Hle declined'wcommentyo n 41 Troop rwa tinon isstO ded dur linve i"n nr'
The Duke was not aboard. He MosthAll political P uesetions but a march though.00yards of1 th.. e... e.a.
Was flying here by helicopter, saidLaisan politics" ma, lie thoat jDing rH te a
The aircraft was attached truoabehIn tie jammed-up any A-or- OIe." ,,, h h a.
1 Group of Coastal Command. 116 vaccinedprogram. lIt ad L0" i f h d I
It was en route from Calsbot to "it has been the policy of this yn(Anafl.f A cLepIIUgembetn 1941V
EastHourne on a "show the flaeg administration to discredit any. 7 The Petition before the court
mission during th.rn re AAssoca- thing thea originated in d the a th-0I t oinHong's adoption carries also
held rvert.ewerklend atEast The adiLratonsresheh PaintJoP 'for a ha-.- lof name.
bourne. The Duke of Edinburgh c Du started in the March of the exteriorpnting e tt he b t
lie BAnnounced earlier*this tArutae with President Roose Pa t Eerin lc Division buildin,14-
to A, tbourne -by helicopter or -hcateieat M nowu Heinettfg adve / ae Viet, am" Robs Lash
V SUNDaircraft in view of the railroad The Truaninswered ueath e-'of i 1s-on recti-- Vietnam Robs .Lash
Hundreds of other delegates chairman of the board of direc- T. E lectrieal Division officers, Ke Rivero ssn g
were arriving here by chartered tors o. the ChesapeakeoandK0-alln thealboa tedintheMont H A s-I s k

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PRICES: .75 & .40
1:36 4:00 6:30 9 p.m.
Something Really
Different I

Two other projects now being
advertised by the Panama Ca-
SV T A-- ^ nal include minor repairs to
eight oil tanks and the construe-
Son of a septic tank at Miraflo.
S. lres Locks.
Bids on both of these projects
S will be o ended the morning of
O** III/ _,- June 17 Fn the Balboa Heights
I g Administration Building.
DeMolby Will Honor

Im iThree Local Boys,
I Soldier Tonight

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Three local boys and one sol-
dier from Aurora, 11., will be hon-
ored by DeMolay tonight at 7:80
at the Scottish Rite Temple in Bal-
The Supreme Council of the
Order of DeMolay, through its re-
presentative, Herbert Paddock,
will confer the Chevalier Degree
-highest honor that an active De-
Molay can receive-en PMC. Da-
vid Ellis of Gamhboa, P.M.C. Jack
Hammond of Balboa, and M. C.
David Yerkes of Diablo Heights.
The name of the soldier from Au-
rora has not yet been received.
The conferring will be done by
Chapter Dad Charles W. H am-
mond. The ceremony is open to
the public and them others and
fathers of DeMolays, to gether
with their friends, are particular-
ly urged to attend.
Nudity Of US Gal
Pre-Inco Village
4-(UP)-A group of American
girl tourist threw police and
residents of this -htoric vl-
~ag into with their
omi-mu t atumr
SUe siton were allowed
Io lOd i niailated to in-
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RELEASE! 0.60 0.30
SHOWS: 1:05 3:00 5:00 7:00 9:00 P.M.

Is this the truth behind the'
GREAT $2,500,000

nU Uueau nLe sUW sa& U ac-I
cording to an official spokesman.
The spokesman admitted that
in see-saw fighting which start-
ed yesterday, the rebels drove
government forces back Initially.
"The rebels have hurled in
fresh troops and the fighting
continues," he said.
First reports said casualties
were high on both sides.

E. G. Abbott Acts
As Port Captain
Capt. Elmer G. Abbott, sis-
Lant Port Captain in Balboa,
will be acting Port Captain dur-
ing the absence of Captain Ho-
ratio A. Lincoln, it has been an-
nounced by the Marine Direc-
Lincoln will take a short lo1
cal-leave of absence effective


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V Qrpp~me ltlnisa $10
Maoe MS. nit. t .ev
oral otseroy
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hThe_ cmmgttei .'rw up a
ate.lan to rplae five
benefts "o~ewJ.hit bel. tef it
S en o miit men
I IMe er oreomrvice.
Ptcsld : lal~wor "Te it his
general adppltovi eThiadiay
Cjb dan Porter H ardy Jr.,
D., Va, told a new olnfrence
the plan would sildltrio proent
laws and remove iimifir wrvl-
slona uiler r4 Ich sonW rvi-
vors getl bgger payments than
the brleemen ot. While alive.
MOer '.e_-f. hbet ts little
for asn pe. '
_The Tlan eventually would out
the net Cost of military service
benefits "somewhat below' the
present 426 million dollars a
year, Hardy said, although*the
cost at .first would be higher.
The plan. which partly follows
ad m I n I s.tratlon recommenda-
tionsl, also cwh for:
I. An end to the traditional
Veterans Admlnistrattlon pro-
gram of eaual compensation, re-
gardless of rank or pay of the
deceased, for widows. A widow
wbuld get $100 a month ulus 15
per cent of her husband's base
ppy. Coumpnation rates for
other dependents also would be


GOP-er Dulles

Visits Democrat
--Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Duales, a dyed-in-the-wool
RepubUean, will spend the
weekend as a guest of a Dem-
Dulles flies to Columbia, S.C
today ti spend the qeekeni
With Coiilman Jamee p. RBlh-
difd. -61the eouse Freign Af-
W G 0 The mouth
aD anmeemrt ive 'about
0 miles from Celumbna.
Dulles will o to Clumbla
Monday to delver the com-
mencement address at the
University of South Carolina.
He also will receive an hon-
orary degree.

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now 0OB eib
benefits eat.


Judge's Bench

John P. Hlarris, 37-year o 1 d
Panamania,. was ftlne4 S a .-l-
boa Magitlate's Court yesterday
morning for driving a motor ve-
hicle recklessly along Brua
'George Nicolas, a buadrier who
permitted passengers to bo a r d
his- vehicle at a po idt. Balboa
Road other than a stop wai
fined '5. He is a 3 -r.old a
manian. '-
Herbert A. Wilia 4% 56, PaMa.
mnDian, was found uty of It,
gal parking, but an Imaposition
pIfjhment was Ipended.
Failure to obey a traffle sighal
_h alboa netted a $5 fine for' Al,
C. BusheH, 3 :, #inimanian.
but yment of the i5e wax m
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