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 Material Information
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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00764
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i1reedon anwU *jJW day n Itwarag if
"...... 'ig up a new R". ..re a.i on t.rfe.
Pa-.. Is"'s of the .i.a? '- management reltios opo-
Ae"boa Acod dt' o pa check S or OSS N. 'd

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orei .t.. drwe mass a i.#Jd of Sana Fo..- .,,,rd -.e The i.t en States md itary forces p.n-i.o
th'atrJr .Os 'a+" dan"m Arlnd ir |l "en OIS ': ..a. eRSmiIsiWU o the canal zone indietr
ai/oedm e wdeea nBtw en o ,A A s t ..ke ..

-Panaa !.sm. New Y.k F.s.Tur o ut To Be ,bra ., O ,Oa.y o'h..ns:,h se
A Fiar es a wa aTe tao d QSisc D. Canko o uldmbe In dived co mercial competition I
.. aji ln Iae, That w areon the "s.hmas o e ohe idb uecuri atyfud frerlet ki- -eport, p man jai.pY U --"- I.",laa.7
"ToW a or t oassi toom te ea aga tsoet CompanCi eI ta .i lmey, is associated with the.
T'.."O Wy l~.g bs ad hn n the ArS "o .iSl :- .t"ull, itea li ta o# n tae I Forces Netwo'tk disclose ed the-TV pla .n
.. . ' .-. n ae sl oute oo ..te a t ot n M. r the r ea n. ca, a ftwa.t aDr. Madie. rdo, a 1r AppliC atiolr an. aV tised position .
caea = -on og u Ae- beld safet eA toe-a. i se. t th floor"he said. s .t Ba rd meeting in Wuohing. The conspan W 48 0. e i lian engineer of the Colombian director. -
,Mh~ e te a -t p les oes, ad te tn to bmoos the am ntoans m ap g agency co1laborating Thou th. advertisement referred only to radio bu
.. .. 'i "te u as est v " ao an. secretary of the :o.p an'. O f-hkr iile-17 _.tozLon'o. be ,,tt .. .i- .el rd11. HO w ite Mo rring ched foredetails tfr anda"1 t "
n an'n ou nce tou t p ahd -pg ad toir wearers, when stand. a "d char n of the w ,k vamo, .,, dring o Yet.rd while an Army riec, .sS clle f.l5s
a"ie e tO U I N er e. T. O t n B,. eh1.ae, o si toar ,U r put h A"Uer l
fas J US oe way sad $ e2 pa cent o l a l t. om eto ,hto a mmmdju st. t sle.C at0 brdousSon Te I l n hod sutrae P ile AF4pfr "

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te fare become f t- n a erI m accidents olve.... al cain mon. e fails." L. chle a theodore H. Mase ne. an etaer, aild nd missi p w Ich had been open up TV here- in frso a year to a year ud a hf.
fe tei.n ,Te of,, a t. ruanit The Tanl t Authority said it Robert Burroughs, and would be big eno-gh to provide daowne IoIn h I beach at Bo c tte n l '
Atetme sone If i a. te 63- b d -t- ai ngd m,* had. .eno d o.l at alle of persuading H. Cake. u to 80 per cent of San J Helicopter was dio He a ated that top-line State- A satuio A aa wkaa
Ari t e spel a11nqem5asse Keto b i rOH wopr s men tohoeha lp their clothing take-home pay for 52 wee patched to insist It. side shows would be scheduled, has been'aiyowW gag
lb atAA i t rsen obme for many Ok these, be styles for safety s sake, but is had Other otficlal s from the States Thne company's offer top setdp The- seed plane's plight presumably on film. ment fer 4br
S M" k S,.a few uggesto lAis. who oare on the eithmus for the the ob security fund fAr Ute had not been reported pre- It eat i
_riaa iati .ai n 't It r commended women bold meeting Edward A. -Bacon, workers broke a stiff industry ew w p learned He further teold an aplicantt date for oto opr s.
2?ingten, wo e oth It pave meBt to bus step fi the on to candles when boarding or deputy aess lt to the secretary front against the principle of that the rean, poted by for the adv e sedt post ehave 0 yet a
Its routes o efted foot caught an nch leaving buses and g on to of the Army for c ivil and mill- private financing of rers an Aed Webb that he had a couple of friends ter ed.
shortly. .ort of its destination," he said. t eir seats tight while buses aol te b fal ta irs, and W. oa t. W ilt-du ring the seasonal layoffs. adlftTc ena dayfor in TV tateside, and wunau1d oos rl loaented Io ee. t--
Te sTing puni tteat mule like Aame. h B. Pue lo Ro, mat
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o Bri t, f .B a m..dept e by r smmer vact on months ames, a e bx matinee and b green chedu orald e poa tal pa an .t a l o. Mo r
was seten.e in e n O-e n zts, tmain the Phyploal edueation hod Re- ae "Knot .1. Clubd .Which will groue.d.. Te include n. -I Such competition wa. pdis and waiting for
oft-e a- b-- ,Sak-... creation klir e of th Canal be ea bledqdt of the ba serball lll bam le atn cuse- at I dsrtuthe and inclans',
Ar"Theaot oetht seyt of a ged -tu one S' nhool Diviai on, 1d bte game of the ely. wo Rlle baik andr negota pinm h led up the Ano n station, aut D. ..- hlo
Trnin iheld durIa week of June e Temagers atn Dia Blo will have bket and swimming.t. new reatd recently neystiat- ran, audi Arabia will open a-
So ech i rious l CAmna- a full day rd 8 am. until 4 Ther will be uto regst atto u ed b twem the ,two coun ries bout July 1.
r -aisco -.t slumsta .. .. .a lZ..oone. m. with tennis, archery, baa.- fees.a.tcildre undertheae U F



maniall. is Is bs. s Special program of games and ball.o pming pnM. games and of a bsti be accompanied Th e Armed Forces Press iSery-
Failaure to n.lto the Y l sports, whihwill stt, June 20 p..r.ractice games. a responsible adult. At..all th h Ice, in Washingtone recently re-o n
right of Gar ig ay $11le and continue to Au. 2, have Similar programs from 8 am. swimo., pools, free ewlmming lted that. rapid p geis t.o.,.*..N l
other vet -aome Movi..e ,,, ronda, and swim-._aygrd ad gymnasiumns at ogWater Safety CertfafeS. The principal of the Justo A- i de in setting aup n
gag~'sCurt tWatito WABRINGTONi, June (UP) margarita, Ancon, Balboa, Cii- The annual Junior Olympics, rhaemen tostitute, a ratel ad rthe gmlabe nations
-s.nlano Vergara U., age 39, S E t., wfllue tins.,o, l ibal. Cam.oW cIno aeligeva o e year for te. a erat Pn A h ni o e ml efe offl- --t

e 4 also p a $15 Lf e. u e --'h the mo7"o ple tsli wresti bowl- 8wimmin lessens will be given _n order to qualify for the was nott ouned America The latest outlet to be rov H
s a wa a n a-esb '. ping ad l. the swim minG p.ool .t .atmn, mee t,p anrt i mcpt spla n t by Inter-American du wi bee atd .Be dn w
flowing another vehic too the Sen C itt u ard, kckball, bat ping, intermediate and advance In good standing of the Ama- a 1e Pof. bly" that telecasts w a $15 o
Onee w y o m.i-- fiel nd gmesr oUnion of the Unit&- Fm1 er so e said thee there by July s. manian cher
pogrmtUt*eorwinebe. c, "-ntThcw "e .i. u. ..tw egT on tnio a pblanksando that the Instituato us gal i nsnt be
Artless Do dgelr loves tot il o a iopamor the aS la senioa or lel tw erasiot oanYa p o roseena in PanamA UerS C e at's
o Mta Wl Iwal. t ogeter we can't. .lmpov lii o n through i rin- days each week and the Balboa grams have been distributed to I d by Americans." Il Fe
Pse- thief so type od.i4 e that aR e sh to days, i wol include story pool and junior ire saving all .u chos in the Canal zone. anwe o lt on to explain ieng.tr
valedat' thodalf n a hi t ouT, r4 Al-w tripa. ..and cl will be held four days a Ad itona rams y be ob- institute des hae .__w "a MEXmO CITY June 6 (UP) A 42-year-old olola P,, u.
showaed at the, es arte ie .ep spvied.play.- Thi small fry weat the ambo swimming tned at e gynnls. n r ercan professors" lin dsch d tor Anglo, was fin
cntr..a t "na r ot -l, ( -a -l l aao ill be aail- pool. b n.o .Parents .y also consult w ith. i ft ut that the school from a hospital as "cred i- was o n the parking
ceerf str e There r aleiakle si llb i mi i p instructors lebvrd w alo two years aofwby ed res yards to the door o a fun- hind a t- Office
..tt o tt e Medr o iet. tyo Dsindmmeunabler -e mse poolv eorwanouniotf eolrn tl swhhilerenhe the "istn'.iond oawn m. th una bet
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Lun are received gas ee 0 e bali ed In e w my e4r sy ticle *
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itryou contribute 0 law deN't be Iu a ite? It slowo 7a1eseaf
sear day Letters dre published In the eis=der re,6ved
iPlease try to keep the letnes IOamied to ee pep lfatsh. g
Identify of letter WIIks hb held In N ble-st mnidem ee- inOIL.&
This iwnepoapl bmeo s or n p It ib p dte i. ass ssse asat eplef d :
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NAME TAGS wio U61 Wa 1
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in the past it has been the policy of, the Army a ll t
of either members to carry out Obrder$ 1 welt 4W, ou011%h
bu" it seems thought elere h oi tn t
me an this policy. For instance, Nov. 1
(No 63 blisd and signed. In se
whch pertains to the we ofna me t rl tor

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art. 2Et thatea tagls eof leather e which can ny . a d n
be affixed to a uniform without sewing. t tas d ethe h De
par. 8 states that the name tags ma be purchased from duces half the flash bulbs Im a WA Sam=. * /.a leader N ,I didn't D a h"
oit funds without coat to enlisted men, but edy ones U.S. the toa Chli. w
twln collected from our men for this plotted t~o ...opposo eru ha
r. 4 states that units now ta dstinctve name tag Sylvania's 3000 siet a t l r clause. Senator However, i
ae utorsed to retain in lieu of t~ prescribed o ne s ae a a vas n~pa t Re- a mt th
Out t kas never a ei44tctive. "14e 1a of the. tot -4- h s.s o
hve 4n etobe e n. w c over ,, te l Yett h at oller .i
BA- tbe AO BG o ye_ _t_ awe_ _I the_,_bu ti aw e a etrio_ h gel"What'. te other Uieanaghbas a-
Srefuse, Look Out. ask youte are w b dire at this aa i
dewc ati ead ,eou e our lntrm just becausetome nupposed-to, a res a at a oer p lp n ee t s.d.sp de o iit'
S der. wants to be different? which appears Hoover Vn s -- DED VOTE "Donated
Qrtos thee a little kok back on the Nes bWSWEDoOrcoVerKe for,% 1OT K
tsp You. s 8 lread measo ws thwes tags have stoorcan erae t he: o senators ve d;
Tor%150PIT 4 0 But now.we'fltdthatthOey. be Onetofh tehe6o a
From what I hear these cloth tag I are ufattirOd s akd andak wi"e, s 1ubor, Don a j"js tiemi
ine oed notyt ra-f n hav O so"e i e I l- t% o r, aeed Chfla.i Itryaiagr
a person employed -by the US Civil Ber ce dn Govern- on thaoidw e r io a d P.T. Mow, w
can sed e how our unit organIsed. Nt on ord ers, but min .asch the a.st r . W T(NBA) .. 'The ol al saving Is of government aCtivitiesohasput vo. T rued a show of F s the a utata, h
with okem dollar bile. aa nT e o budet quld be bmlan ed a li ottle more o sted. Th e go. the oover Commision more ut B d. Albert ore of Ameri n
-B broken needle and a. thread., .navle mr 1.s Up.imaieOfe if all the recommend mdatinu ernieent- op artment .t water thin it has e le es ahisperedi to col. o, e bu*Nn fr
if Lll the rec0mmndatltp rlament I Department hot water UM it has beeno leore. be 8 tk
M ir: e Ai adeldeaie wtt oaaa o 5 ed only that the"e woutdh oe Ul r In5 s lose rl al aonanS 5 of that a ir-labor claus.e ar, oease


SA d i ord I adurovittthe ayi seld over S so I= yonlI w o plS abouthn a bliponr du laotllfitation it or of in the bill, fiaould defeoat rpoa o ibeet
eeo&at so d s ry wob lOrnmeaJ114 anst adite H ann a
Decoration weekend proved the most destructive.on e o vd a y er r also bn a surplus for the thenthese a o sove me of le nd Tennes irtf et in the bill, wOuld defeat iw t vited by Preoier Chou Uia-i to
theua end Iesace not ye t ah os lkte wupdorld-m- has one Cent. fif etime s nce _" e newH ""
Mthe and Is not yet reached Looks like the world h l one a sine151. taxes ets from file seven cents on authority activities. Aim oolan d of Florida, ea. visit Red China. Roduo, a great
wieed .4. Sms as tight they didn't care Whether ey -Another com mering t e ut the dolliardf egial cost. manY busibess-type enterprises tor George, and others would friend of the United States, has
c ame taor no We On "hm e. t. s o n a a i e
Hen.vyaa whey r n or a ektobe r oamatian is N rwUu Kst a ob potential s are If the goveluet c ld w hi bureaucrAts consider vote nom pa t asa
emavtls week d naban. They are Piling In ormer of raiw Afproduct of the m erger of bee1 as the Ma Man erease this by rent on eachiseatlal. 6o the necearsarby 15 hands filled tr .. .Corpoat ta g have
0toriw o iclsae olne thaem ti. Jodio ati e y Cr., othe famed bab-sight idd by eexrs t dent dollar's worth of vold, the Some of the oaver ce., show. Albl prkle, foef dropped off so deasily that
S, sn coa a to age. Joine th t instrument Corp. ers tshe half ps increased return 20 mil. mndatos in tle field gog so f ce president, vas not afraid to Secretary o' e Treaur .-
o dwfat during h orld Wr, I and me with it. an n They will show where god the dollars r, cle. Mat Neely of West Virginia, Ma orisre o
id wh a metrne ed to oUpl al e t a wt vaa co n to medSUno ene_.ofh IwasI.tloaol a F drseardrIthe returnto toe b-ncondlit wth hato Mu- l re ispon btlo MtrSSaeo
Sdues was returned ame unoned while I was in qua. tt ta t expet could be t a Treasury be 100 aon dol. as cause the Whit House and sonOf Washington, Morse o of revenue is a direct suWl ofo
This week will end with the Roy Rogers radio show at the milit aoepeoe Duformel betw d government tothe some of the frcuise dfrmet H e *gon, Mansfield of Montana, or tie ons.i .t
llum from the p and sale of tickets It will be qu p ent. GordonDean e ovnt ic t. s executive departments e t e
--- ... -e . un le . -3 itt wl oders bn t a I e a r consulting sub ry be ien greased considerable embarrassment.. M "roney ee eof Oklahoma, all Demo- the sme time p t t,
Chairman of-t the C, heas a ,On the first 11 reports issued There is athi major field of The Hoover Comtii aate, and Kuchel o Calrna, er and the economy is bong,
am INto save to buy gasoline for a few more aua le ar consulting subsidBi. far, net say as an annual bar possible m. known as "one. to in this point is t itwasnotRe p i big sinss is reading ga
onantupeonry ant to see how they turn out those Norden-Retay, which has sold as of over ab on and a half dolllas shot" econo es. This is tto di- created to defend anyone's poll- dr sa their hands. CWith frt. u r s ta
4 ps down In the Valley. We are eating them at high as Ian on the Ame rican haven fated. SGin e tn ise tinuish bthem frloq recurring an. set ases.a n re all, the fa ir-labor c lause a
o irff ust oStoek Exchange thirs year. isIsetll e come cover nuI One-shot savings It was set law p show was votedat. t. ,ke s .t es bL
S t e et ran olf e oP upA ga last. .w u nye can sear its 1915 low of I t hem miO 11 l tOtaal would p dump te nati oval. at t dt 8 who aI In dthe GOP ladde buiet.h. r
it h A ef m A merEan of Mayr Il Ipfcturer of the oAu I~ hf n th three-b m on1d o-mfb erren gkm thebr t~dia bt e aT Is a serious ha to e
1AbdeOf Duran, and of mister. How em kidh grow .s -rtaitn ke,.t amount of culat, v e Tov telpated nir.t.l ii Ft.r m f lee.. sodal.Demorn an o -rats e d u acTs MaNamara a en- eusoa..sm
t. It I have been away a long te? a,.of the gveramet's ficl year a iles and government corpor g So far, the first ea Hoover rea battled out with than s in l e ba
; .aT are, of course,I .ma- Tey tw o al al o aere o s uand returned their capital ports have made 221 reconmends. cra Holland o wt Fluid a, an at the of et
wao r-poe Wright. ee ,C't eleo.- rthe year ending und 30 funds to the Treasury, omp five tions. Twenty of them could be of Virgnas a meta fsel g
trowelnfield 1 at it would be a, wiln between four and O billion dollars might be recovere.carried out bp raesential execu.Remarked Ptucirf.vmi'. .
easy matter toover-look so me; This fil isie total of one. Tve order. -fouruld be toward: "The victories won bya
really outstanding investment op-u possible annal savings shot savings indicated In the at tarried out ya trative a. Nubergaer in Oregon and by me
Ap y. The companies I have which the roover ports ha ve No ten Hoover report recommea-. tion in the government agen.les. in Michigan gave the De mocrat
based, b wever, wser far revealed are tionor the entire 30 reut 117 of the recommendation control of the Senate. We wn Op
AnaL o to various tyi Od ae o por ak bllia adollars.X l beg e This year resd tW uire action by Congres to lral issues. But.we put i o posi-
a.EMlelSOn.ed, n a lycle Ww .ost e ......r ....o' there o .....ie a. in th ve. t mil ioIN e r r r dth1e an-i. In. a o t. th Democratic
SFoo d and t ieea seven billion. might cover the field. strength Ihting those same pri -
chases, 340 billion. Warehous- this curtilmant of o- *ciple."
p .lit, it o o a m .iion. trogans erem a Ie o far acly one bm.- to re. o The acon-DaVs Act
EASYAS"FALLINGOFFALOGU$mg a provisional savings further. annual reductions x osalse government 14"l services provision for prevail wage
A's.- a-. have listed. I vemeM SAturally, if the ras bein lntrodgein=% Cogress. scales- now applies to airfield con-
baii a If t1W vernment's employee ms eep doing anyrto er are in preparaies ad struction and hospital constution
=EWIW Mturnoverrl bould e reduedu M activities. It may ;a filed soon. Few Wibe when built with theeaid of federal
Sfrom m At per cent a year o duee t-. t this uealted on' this ear. But Refgtani- f.nd
ot'u " ', annual a oy million l not e books as avne, ation Act aut ority has bol ex.


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fa nd esolombia were $f Her Grve ess_. (Queeaof Nol- tn. Fans doule- o .

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f see al is Win- prcioo,
ruawr twaa uxing, &f-Somhbody
aike im tre'd evir sWe to
f "Yep, I've Marim Lame (Mrs. Gurney on
that may," s aid, "but "Mr. Peeaer," NBC-TA) Give me
a -tune. good old rra firma and the more
--- firmer, the less terror.
In t-esmal.l, exclusive world of
the folk music record, the name SIDE GLANCES
"IMektra'.'is pretty important. Lov- SD LA E
ers d a kinds of folk and ethnic -- .
Mu*it-from ys aide English bal-
I ad to ye wilde Haitian voodoo
cbha*i -look to Elektra records to
fe ter souls.
And it's all because of a bed- '
spring in a military school.
Jae Hol-man is one-half of Elek-
ra. The other half, Leonard Rip-
y. Is ff Europe, as ausal,
wMhe se seen out new talent
old song. U.lman and Elek
tra make their U.S. headquarters
In a stae em Greenwich Village's
famed Bleecker Street In New
York. But young Jack Holzman,
oMee -pon arevellie, went to millU.
tary school, /,


"1 was always interested in radio
and radio equipment," Jac says.
"We weren't allowed a radio in
military school. So I built my awn,
using the bedspring for an antenna.
Tnat got me started building my
own equipment. When I went to!
college, my room was full of elec-
tric equipment, but no books.
1 :my junior year I' taught the1
senior course in electronics, Then
I quit college."
Re quit to go into the record busi-
ness. First be worked In a record
store, then, on the side, began go-
ing, his own recording.
"The first thing was an, album
called 'New Songs,' he says. "We
sold 20 copies. 8 have 40000 or s
around. Want one?" .
From this sensational beginning,
Holzman became interested in -old
instruments. Things like lutes,
harpsichords. That led to the gui-
tar and that led to folk music.


By noW, he has some 26 albums
of folk music out. They include
some by folk music names-like
Susan Reed and Josh White. Others
are by unknowns, people Hoizman
and-or Ripley discover in unlikely
places like luncheonettes. Jack sat
down at a lunch counter one day,
started talking to the man next to
hiY and walked out with a new
folk finger.,-
Th'iP the'~folk usic record busl-
neii-small, but exciting.
ahort plaiyie: Harry Belafonte
recording a new RCA album, which
ia good pews. Better news is that
he..- have a new calypso number
it ,.. actress-violinist Marcia jvan
Dyke, who retired when she and
husband Jack Barry became par-
ents, wiU. stick a toe back in -show
Sbus ess by writiqsongs for Jack'
'Winky-Dink" record series . .
although they're only out six weeks,
leecIa's two albums featuring
Crasy Otto and Sammy Davis, Jr.
-are already first and second on
the charts. Must be a record
record..


Dick's Picks: Best of the week
is Marion Marlowe's debut on Ca-
dence. with a song called "Heart-
beat." Others: "Alabama Jubilee"
(Ferko String Band, Media;) "Mag
nolia" (The Four Coins, Epic);'
"Bafth" (David Carroll, Mercury);
"The Merry-Go-Round Song" (Bob
Sennett, Heart); "Hey! Honey"
(T1e Four Voices, Columbia); "A
n from ramie" (Eddy Know
AD, Mercury'; "The Ace In the I
Hle" (Somethin' Smith and the
lRedheads, Epic).
,For theo Jazz fans-some of the
'tp artists 'with new albums are
Dave Brubek'is "Brubeck Time"
'Ceuibia); Buddy DeFrauco and
s eersa playing ershwin
Ngran); guitarist TAL Far&o
f"lte0 rtatlos" (Norgron). And
Ou't" V some jazz classics, too-
RCA usa" the Duke and His Men"
gref Elinagtom recordings from
"'49.' and Columbia has the origi-
SnaI from '27-'35 of "Chicago Style
Jate."
Good new classical orchestral se-
e s:Ve4 Kara1 a and the Phil.
Re :a Orhestra (Angel) play
1 Br ftboae Fantastique;
eti J i a (HMV) play Richard
tgamm Till Eulenspiegel and Don
Juan; Mribpoulo sand the Phil-
tm RMk-Gymapy of New YKOR
(C mbisa) play Borodin's Sym-
STDEIM REPORTS IN
IBiawi Conn. (UP) A
AVef added insult to injury when
he telephoned Joseph Faszone i
tShe wee hours to tell hbm his an-
teobile had been stolen.The cul-
prit also took the two evergreen!
trees that were on Fan Ae's front
lwn.


Clean up after painting with .a
Uere a roller tr can be
th mi foil first.
A rubber paint Is
thinned with water, an oI-baseMl
paint with turpentine.
A dripping water faucet that
won't let you sleep ean be. g1;a
an emergency remedy. T it.a
string to the faucet and let it
tend down from the faucet mnut
to guide the drops silently 4ato
the sink.
If you're the nervous kind or
have nervous nights, a ticking
clock can be maddening. If you
have a big glass tumbler or cas-
serole, put it over the clock.


By Calbraith


e.M. Ins b A Swg.M* ws


"'m glad to hear somebody tough enough not to worry
about the Chinese-I don't suppose you're too old to. carry
a gun either, are you?"


6,8 (UP)-
Lrted States
of fr aocli jeweler Paul
S ORatS blocked today by
an, njp4qqton lapued by a Mes-
ao's tradition wau ap-
ov ir tly. by the Foreiln
Mi Itr e. He ls wanted In
Wpirorkjr failure to aicount
foir $100d northh of gems en-
trusted h'n by fellow Jewelers.
lato was living nla the exclu-
dive resort of Ouernavaca, near
Mexico City, when federal a-
gents picked him up after the
United States requested his ex-
tradition.


Raul Cardenas, Plato's defense
attorney, said the jeweler prob-
ably would remain in the peni-
tentiary here for some time.
Cardenas said Flato broke down
and wept when he heard that
the foreign ministry had ap-
proved his extradition, but that
he had succeeded In getting an
Injunction.
Flato, who is virtually deaf,
admitted in a written Interview
taking $26,000 in jewels. He said
he had, a dream one night that
he was -rolng to .die soon and
had decided to take enough
money to live well for a short
time in Mexico.
He said that during the time
lie lived in Cuernavana.everyone
treated him like a gentleman.
His Impression of Mexico :s ex.,
cellent and he believes in Mexi-
can jutlce, he added.
Plato said he received a week-
lY check from his family in New
York which he uses to pay at-
torneys fees and personal ex-





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W-itten fez NJA lService least tw says each week, airliner
"crash: survivors" thrash around
the Sand Point Naval Air Station
s swi'mag pool here in a simulated
NORTH 4 l fight r their lives.
S6 a *t crewmen and attendants
SVQ98 of Pan-American and Pacific
A853 Northern Airlines Jump into the
4 8 7 4 3 2 water from a 15-foot tower, Inflate
W;T EAST their life jackets, and launch and
S--2 inflate a 20-man rubber raft. They
6 J8 2 climb *board the awkward craft
Kj Q 10 6 rig It forsurvival, paAteuver it and
46A K J 10 9 5 break out equipment. -
.be tuTH (DAll this activity is the NaV's
6OUTH (D) "wet training" to teach airline
6 K Q 10o54 flight personnel bow to save their
SA K 7263 own and passengers' lives in a
2 crash-landing at sea.
4* Crewmen who survived the
Eatl-West %ul. March 26 ditching of 4.Pan-Ameri-
sfuth wed North Rest can Stratqeruiser off the qregon
*I 14- IN.T. Pass 2N.T. coast tQ 'a Civil A oiutics
4 Dotuble Pass Pass Board ihkrilig they 'wish they
I Pass had been through such training.
Opening feadL-V 2 Four persons died in the ocean
-. _,. .. after that pla was ditched.
The Navy here, direct-
ed by Lt. Cn2mLitrn man.and
If you tiink that East and West L Cmdr. WI W1 a wI dne
bio ^wU supreme oplimiau iO.personnel much Ac samfe gr'val
bi wh supreme opumu in 0' training that Navy pilots receive.
ai 's hand, 'll agree with you. Since the March 26 crash the
Tey managed to convince Sout training at Sand Point has been
th t they could make their vul- ste ped up. Ralph Brown, who co-
ae able game contract, so lie de- ordinates the training for Pan-
Sed to "sacrifice" in one o0 his American said his company hopes
Aive-m cd dmajos suits. d companyy
tie w .rd majoa suits to put every flight orewmaa and
toutl was' Benjamin Mitche,, attendant though "wetA training",
one of New Yorks fine players. at least t*ice yar I
Filling the doubled contract Aviation M"e 1 -i`t'ThrW Class
held lMitchell win the mixed Charles E. L A istructs the air-!
pair cha pionship in the recent lines classes with the delicacy of a I
5stern States tournament. Marine sergeant. He barks instruc-1
West opened a trump, hoping to tons at swimming classes. He
e uce aumimy's ruling power. points at the 15-foot tower and
D mmy held the first trick with says firmly "That one." stu-
Seight of hearts, a Mitchedents, including the stewardesses,
I tely led Dummy's single-clmb the high ladder and jump.
spade. East naturally played' Higman said interest in the sur-
lo and declare made the eyvvai course has increased since '
deftisipn when he played a low the Pan-American ditching. He
ca.tl from the South hand. pointed to averal students, bth!
Weat won with the ack of men and women, who cope bqek
Spades and returned anotherto the swimming pool each week
trunip. As planned, this reduced on their own time to improve their'
dumgmy to one trump that could swimming proficiency.
used for ruttffing. Lee usually picks the steward.-
$outh won the second trump in esses from each elass of 20 to 25,
hi own hand and led the king of students to launch and inflate the
aphdes. West played low, but de- bulky life raft.
eldrer discarded from the dummy ."We know the men can throw it
si there was no doubt in his in the water," explained Higman.
ind about the location of the "The girls must make up in skill
ace of spades. South continuedwhat they lack in strength.
with the spades, West covered with The same tyn of skill must be]
th# ace, and dummy ruffed. It wasIdeveloped to ard a life raft,
now easy for declarer to return to I which was designed for flotation,
hU hand to draw the last trump not ease in boarding.
Cash the rest of the spades. Higman said the purpose of the;
4f South had put up the kind orI training is to give to airline peo-,
qeen of spades at thes pie confidence In their survival!
trick he would have lost his game equipment and abities. With this
tract West would have taken confdence. the right actions for
t ace of spades and would have survival become "second nature,"
reured a trump. Eotith would not' ha dde.
able to seLtup the spades and .Hearnded. theu n -
a Y ON, l nin tricks He summed up the t taming pro-
S.make .n.y ninetrc gram as just part of the Navy's
job "a public service to give!
eC Nec e d more safety on the seas."
reart Care Needed ----------;
t Dan HSru t.. rin made," Fisher, said. "It seems that
EO ren mrkuterirnge stuttering is the result of an emo-
SL tional problem.
DAYTON, 0. (UP)-A speech "The average child of two to five I
expert says that parents of c.hil- makes 45 repetitions per 1,0001
dron who stutter should be careful words. That is normal. it does not
inltirying to help the youngsters, make him a stutterer.
'oo much effort can make the "But many families can't let the
s1tiation worse, according to Cle-1 youngster grow out of it normally.
tu Fisher. executive director of They try to do something about it.
te Dayton Hearing and SpeechThey'll tell the child to slow down, ,
BSciety. breathe deeply, or repeat what hei
Stutterers make up one of the has said.
largest groups of handicapped per- "As a result, the child gets so
S sm, with about seven of every self-conscious about what he is
1,1000 persons affected to some de- saying and how he is saying it that
P".ee he is straining practically all the
*'Sutterers are not born, they're time. Consequently he stutters."

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capital is 54Dirk
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with a sword 56 Domestic lave
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aK i e 1i Bir aap ncothe hotn ora of rW ard uhe said: w
~ BonrO ,al wuie ,li er il ,W e "I'll have toe i little time t ol
A Al. meeting of 'VPolnete-r wkers think, but ra tnow I guess It'll
fo tbs. ftsmr.--,fwo .r go toward dL .sp our living,
1: aion the Pacff ty be room."
4A.i ld Friday Jung 18I-t .3. at'i"c


iati. Pl aersa isn coi when she was asked what s e 0
t ets alnd atina your skin. Ap L' *ouli do with her ize -money.
i md e r th e n Ameris u Fi 1 Peor wno woman ever goes foir 1
and dresses; having lower neck i _nt .9,-speciai"lonf without".wishina sitd.leom'd
'the warm weather, put it onourmeeting "on'Ie a
S ek, all thewa down to your. ..at. n a because
IHall, Ft. Amador. (Je of the pur.- tOdyy.the HI' lvg sns
cIal lof ot exces with a blob poses for ~th meeting is to electijust don't seemto stay fixed up
S,.T.a-ibi oft te exceag f with a-l--------u-- t for long.
of etp. S then powder. Your the delegatsto the on lan. for ong.
erishould robablybe ght- Evenf a woman is forunae
using a .deep tan powder shade. old- its regular .. u.sa maettng way she wants it to, the moment
Tr- o etbing thai's as natu in Tuesday, June 7, at 30 .m. of triumph is short-lived.
Seveh Twell-knowno man ua ctur-t -- -' P r l Aa ys w it U .
ers have- made a big to-do over Atlantic Cameri Clb Atic AlwaysW
their neW lipstick color. What is The first meeting of the 'lantic t no tme at all before the
it? Red.-Just plat red.This, of iCamera Club's 15-56 photogra- curtains begin to f ade, or the rwallsh
course, is flattering to all ha r 'phic, year will be held at the club need re-doing, or the shp cover on
colors. Yon may want to try a rooms at Mt. Hope, this evening,, the sofa begins to show wear or
tube of this exciting new color. at 7:30 p.m. the carpet starts getting bald
But whether you shun it or not, Committees for the coming year spots s l Continu
do get a different color frOnilyor will be announced by X. N. Bel- 'AnM as soon as a living room
winter one. It will cheer you up., land, president. begins to et a real and not too
II_______ ^Messrs. Kauter, Geni and Peckattra b egins to get a re and not too
judges of last month's colbr, slide an off the houe begins to yearn o
Peron, Ministers. competti, will presentthe slide the bto "fi tx it ye."rn
clinic-givin constructive criticism
,s- '- .e hl., ...A.r. .hd .. . On each s Ode... For some the dream of fixing
gABl DBU8T- of oprt gobber, se with hidren-as it RUSSIn The Coor Dilvisor i 's pro ectihve up the living room" involves call-
in ly sn will leaving for the States ft pending three years r tape recorded' lecture willbe dis- ing in a decorator and doing whole
hone f to i~Ldisthi lte t elStlo, Drk e, months, lo e Mrs. lldrane Caaina Dur st. inau ns I r i cussed and the sales brought in hog. For others who 'don't even
.e right Imelu a.te na, 15 months. Douglas, V -years-old and Captain Du. so far will .be shown. dare dream of such a luxury it
th ". BIUENOS AIRES. June 68 (UP --,.-- Imay mean only a. new coat of
C t AND MRS. DD -President Juan D. Peron with Juntg Fenleula paint or a new rug or lsoc new
lRO I TRIHN l A BORN BABIS several members of his cabinet The Janta Fenienina de 'lenefi- slip covers.
ied a baby cup to Capt. and Mrs. Harold Durst reonmtly, visited the Russian Industrikl cencia will hold its regular meet.
It mrked ths. third n .r award to be made to the coul" by -33d Inantry regiment com- exposition which opened here Ing tomorrow night at 7:30 in the But big or small, the dream of
t th th wrd recently. Pacific Service Center. "fixing up the living room" is al- $40
mad ersts were first resented the traditional Final pan of the JFB's anni- most always, with' a woman. a
hi the Canal zone ian e.. 1952, the Brsts w r t Russian Ambassador Origorl versary celebration will be dis- That's why given a sudden wind. NOW $22
ello received another p In Februayth, a i when o ane, theIr second child, was born. Rezanov and his staff greeted cussed at tomorrow's meeting. fall almost any housewife's im-
N ew o we rSer sheomaf woll ed rival of their tb President at the gates.. mediate response -nwould beNe "
he u presented at the Regiment's -15 spng rm, owPero wrote in the golden.book Iil use it .to fix up the living
S prkeon Matrch arrived In the Canal Zone on -Jue e1, 192. kept for notable visitors: ro usoreign mdAer room just. the way I want it. I
M t ainch ulr s. toadft u ou oif-arrivd h men of labantoIasource". morino and Army Minister, Gen.ro .t y
2Tinh chedt oed the mand for Fpn 9Il t ll ,aJune Mrs a er. enthusiasm in t e how thU Franklin Lucero. The
Slated to enter the- Advance.- eourle at the Km uuky pest, Cati b U uurs s.8...R. ha, with efforts an1 iheU I
in the s33d Infantry's Tank Ceompany foroneyea. For a isarm r ddutye served With sacrifices conquered the I ntru- U STEER
.i, t.e dinbattall.on and, then, was transfer edtor egimental staff. He completed his in- ts .ot greatness. O- Pa P l
nlip Lntd hiynz- th of. bot to .. .. D 3 -( P -- Dtn
fantry tour as company commander and adjutntn thee w a n to continue t h trct Game Protector L. D.. "(Mos- D -
-friendship for a future of coop- toiler was alerted recently toCaUH

The C&nbse Ambassador to Pa- Louis and will begin her studies Miss Connolly's headdress, de- Pero visited the exposition ac- later a local sportsman report D. rs
nama )r.Wnth Yu and the there at the Fall term as a mem- signed d re by AageThaarup, the May- compared by Defense Minister killing a steer that had escaped
First S ,cretary Yun Pao Chen, ber of a special writer's group fair milliner who has made many Gen. Humberto osa Mo01n,: from the local slaughter house. I IRS u
returned to ]Panama from San Sal- She will return t oPanama bout hats for the Royal family, is alsot
vador st Mond resuming their June 20 tospendthe holiday wth of nylon thform of two re- from oughing don't d y. get C. Kontaris
respecRve duties. her parents Mr. and Mrs Janson ents nifc g it theboco k of the B M
r . '. .of this city o head, wit' a' nylon tulle veil, it is .away. Pour yourself a sponful of e J. L. Neal
Carl s -sge ....a trimmed ith orange bOssomes -' t oglsei secdl ation. ahold it
Amha i :-S-segueda .- --_ .... A ..... s_ --___o_ I-- REAL ESTATE AND BUSNE SS ,-
n "i aiy C tealng trmmda with orange blosmsETATE AND BU INE our mou a mue .. th 0. Rodriguez
En f oupof their Ce ai nd foft the va ley DMINI w It EPARTMEI tr& A
,.basdor Richv le'Ie114.. ...ADMIN1,`IIuN EPARTM E i. 4--..up
da rie. party at wadt Prioer,e of' errick ts, go a th rees ymooi-m p ovrP nosot, I rri mem A. K. Miller
the E ty resident in Bellsawas chrnetenei aturdaXy r. lt.o Oj@aliV, There, I -IHE I KIAL A"lm. A oi b '"s.e hot. tawe. ..omr-el A. K.
SVista Tay eveln Te V_.dte is ,Church h MUll on the e.e. e IIdeep down to te bronchial tubes. I J. Arosme na
a.--. TheV.._ r cn A-_-r._n imblo Tel ip. ' Ih ... you'll say, as million
Olga I receive ward Joseph Cooper, rered-ci, '".", haveC. . there's no thing like B uck- C.
B. S. Ecop.mics officiated at the ceremony -6. % eImoraa lears W eloed, "The IEa S. A." Life, Capitalizaa BY.'s! o* 9fo. de Gonzalo
Miss Olga Maria Leignadier, The godparents were Miss Bea. At Lancheon bottle of quick-acting, pleasant-
daughter of Humberto L adiertrice S. Gardener Miss Florence o Searsen who has just re- tion and Savings Insurance Company, has tasting, inexpensive Buoklay's M. D. Monag
General Manager of the atatiole aiLamson and the baby's maternal turned to gain make her home opened a Real Estate and Business Adminis. Cut. toy
Lottery, and Mrs. Olga Arcia doand paternal grandnoaren Mr.in panama was welcomed yes ter l C. D.
Leiguedier, will receive her diplo- Peter Hloonkanena Dr. e r In day by some of her former pupils traon Dept. .. an
ma today as Bachelor of Science Prier. fl e th a luncheon they gav in her aL. Deco
in H me Ecunomles at Saint Ms- The christening followed t eonor at the Union Club.TAailabl LOOK
ry-oftle' Wobda College in Indih- Nuptial Mass and Blessing ce eI- member of Mrs. Sears teen-a gle
na.o1 rated by Father Cooperassistedc brm ss.eametee r-blesne the first of June, the sew e-ly 1 L. Moseley
Mais Lel adler has been ac- byReverence Mainert Peterson on for the event were Mies Luciller pa ent-hasCOmplet facilities to rapidly
cepted to rher internship as dieti- the occasion of Dr. and Mrs. Vern Dubois Melessa "Arbaiza, Antoi. seli, buy or manage the asets 'of -its clients. IH-e
cian i. New York Hospital Prier's 36th wedding anniversary. nette Capeni, Aba Martinez, l
Father Cooper has officiated at Gloria Endara, Julieta Garcia La. Anyoi R. Barre
Priers Tele eaterice- Gardner various services for four genera-lvere, LUa Urrutia, and Ml Any information desired will gladly be fur- .Ns o.derRi
refosx. Her-Departure rsons.of theam-amly. Ila IGuardia.
Mro. ,l wPmt.i oni of the Pmer family n ished at "El, AGUILA IMPERIAL, S.A.," IcuIN1 N. d Rivas
E. Prier and Miss Sue Prier were Mr. And Mrs. anes Marshall The group plans another reunion Pl-aza de la Catedral, Panama. Telephone: ... 1 *o C. Jiver
hostesses onFrOjay afternoon forgSailed On Saturday soon.to commence some classes in s07..
a tea in honor of Miss Beatrice Mr. and Mrs. James Marshall of voice culture. 2-0857. ,
Sturtevant Gerdner. Mish Gardner Balboa aid thier two youn chil- .o l
was a house ~ of Dr. and Mrs. dren sailed on the S. S. Cr tobal Mr. And Mrs. J,, 'Doran A i
Vern riersfa- r-Tuesday until for a -vacation in the United M.and Mr Jew Dor- me stb ra.
yesterday y ,*hpshe said on the States..Mr. Marshall. is assistant LeMr. and Mr. Juan Drk an 3 t ,
"Cristobal -4en ,Oute to Wood- to the Civil Affairs Director, of Mr.and d aughter Patty aDure leaving B.
stock, New York, where she will the Canal Zone. Panama to reside in New York.
ma-e her home. Departing with them will be Mrs.IEar
Maureen Connlly Duran's mother. Mrs. Florence
Mrs. Caan bla SoAnd Son Maureen Coinolly's-bridal gowniQuinn of New York. Mrs. Duren.
MV .g .i'_ .for her wedding on June 11 to 0-1Patty and Mrs. Quinn will departSPECIAL PRICESBracel
Mrs. Joseph Cunningham, wife lympic horasman Normap nrikerIby plane tomorrow and Mr. -Du-.
of the 'mapsi- oe the otel El'- wi be of ylon and organza. A ran will follow shortly. ]
pansam -Ai yoipge 5 Jm- tial of sixty4-igt yeads of ma- .T Y."_Si e
mie, a r r parents Mr. teial-twenty-three of nylon lace, for the JAune Bride Rl in
and SMir ht I lr ian o0 twenty of organza, 15 of. otlp TIRE DVELOPMENT I... ..
Pittab :,-a.,i hand, ten ao'-satin for the basic slip aa n
they asto ite..plad. -u'..as been' used in the d r e ss, PITTSBURGH (UP) -- Jones IYnouen~ -.
Dal g n ,othe Mrs. Katherine which. has been designed for her and Laughln Steel Corp. an- va n
- -- Miss Cnmnll.O chose the design wire cord that ran be used to. randa L i g

The Paama, and Italian fab cse hen by cord, so rubber wil aere t, Room Set17
Carl St ft'yes Mr. Tinglig, who 'his designed was found.
for the to-ttuetb most of hr tennis clothes du i
m'adt._rll-.the past few years. All fabrses "CALIFORNIA" STYLE MORRI.S.N.

Miss Janson will introduce the I loped edge selected from repre-
prip speaker at the gradua- sentative designs submitted by *, *a _----"
that a student has been chosenneratio. I i. --
be Mr. Bernard Shanley. of Presi- with a billowing crinoline skirt of, 114
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Phones 2-2451 2-2562
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Household

FOR SALE: 60-cycle 220 valt
stove. Two evens, 4 eyes, seven
selection heat contrail on each
eye, clock automatic timer on
OMn oven. $300 value for $175.
M/Sgt. Lathbm, Albreek. PhMne
2208 after 3J:0 p.m.


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FOR SALE-Bedreoom set $75.
East 43rd Stret No. 46. Mrs.
Jeime da le Guerdia.


FOR SALE:-Frigideire gume-
tic washing meshine. 60-eycle.
excellent condition $145. Phone
BIbaes 41836.
FOR UALEi-9-cu. ft. Westing-
house refrigerator $65; Holly-
weed double bed and mattress
S45. Dr. Hedges. Babes 6319.
FOR SALEI-Westinghouse 25-
cycle refrigerator. vacuum clean-
er. radios, miscelleaneuO furnl-
ture. Phone Crisfbtol. 1-2491,
house 338-A Mirsrite St.
FOR SALEr-25-cycle refrl-ra-.
ter. used 6 months 5125, S le
and double bed; double lwe
chair, girl's ngElish bicyes;
ler tdericyce; dMingI t"
with mirror and steeool. Call Cri-
tobel 3-2919.
FOR SALE:- Dining rmom ig.
odd tables. ra d io. swingihg
bench, outdoor lights, Singer
buttonhole maker, hamstitcher.
Minmaeter, automatic toaster,
steam irones, mirrors, kithenware.
used ldlIe and airb droses,
and shoes. House No. i3 46th
Street. Phsne 3-5101.
FOR SALE:-1Beds, Innerpring
mpro lo c, dresser. accordion,
music stand, Encyclopedia Amer-
icana. House No. 33 46th St.,
Phone -5101.
FOR SALE:-Frigidleirl, excel-
lent condition. Make an offer.
Leaving Friday. 0429-J Ancon,


Mobile Judge Orders

TV Reparmn Hld

For HypeekN Ranpt

SA cit1yj4dge (Ancudtd today aft-
er "considerable research" that
hypnotism could be used for cri-'
minal ends and ordered an a-
teur hypnotist held for grand Jury
action on arnap m obril .
Jesse Ovprton, Jr., a1S id aI
television repairman by profes-
ion, smiled when the Judge .#n-
nounced the charge would be
rested against him. Bail was set
St $300.
Overton was accused of putttnl|
the 17-year-old wife of a fried in
a trance and seducing her.,
The young woman, a mother,
testified that she remembered no-
Sthing of the incident until next day
when her husband, who also dab-
bles in hypnotism, broke through
the "mental block' that Overton
had left with her and got the
facts.
"Because of the novel and un-
usual nature characteristic to this
ease, it has been necessary for
me to do considerable research,
legal and otherwise," City Judge
WUliam Bekurs said in Today's o-
I pinion.
L e g a I authorities recognize
"thw t hypnotism is a condition ar-
tifihceu1 produced n which t h e
persoaa apparently asleep act in
obediennce to the will of. the oper-
ator with whom the hypnotized
person remains in rapport respon-
sible to hi suggestions," Bekurs
said.
One authority, he as i d, has'
made it clear 'that as a scientific
fact the hypqoUt trance can be in-
duced in many people, even with-
out tlfl r knowledge, and then used
either for good and beneficial pur-
poses or the opposite."
Witnesses at the hearing said 0-
vertol had admitted to police his
intimacy with the girl but told
them it was not the first time.
The young woman said that
when her h u s b a nd "broke
through" to her subconscious she
i was able to teUll him how Overton
came to her apartment onea morn-1
tg, put her in a trance and told
her she was his wife.
Then he told her to take her
clothes off, she said, and put her
en a couch. She said she "awoke"
later and found herself sitting in
a chsir 'fully dressed.


Requiem Mass For
Late Afred Davis
Tomorrow Morning



dwned of the coat of Durban,
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SAIh--1950 Je "Land
Rover." pofact rumnin cdi-
tiea. Can be me *t "La Ma-
dorns" Emse Sbtie. n 0sth
Street. Belle Ve.
FOR SALI;-1950 Mercury cn-
vertiblk, exellent conditfl,
39,000 mils. Cell Redman
3544.
FOR SALs-1951 Old@-9S se-
dan at $90. Can be financed.
SComplete set 1of lf clubs with
cert $81. Annae 222-A, PMee
2-6310.
FOR SALit-1953 Buick with
automeHl trenmlesion and l It
of etres. $1495. Tel. 81-7144.

Position Offered
WANTED:- IxNllent opportu-
nity for esperlnced bi lingal
secretary stenographer to work
in Colombie. Geod remunere-
tion. Write J.M., Box 1297
Pnams..
WANTED Assistent to local
Breach Manager. Over 25. Cap-
able meet public. Will twein.
$50 to,$60 a week. Agencies
Dese, Domingo Dies No. 1-17.,
7 to 9 e.m.. 6 to 7 p.m. only.


Lifle Girl Spends

Nighl In Open

Wilth Five Puppies
DECATOR, 1l., June 8 (UP) -
A 2% year-old girl missing for
almost 13 hours, was found i an
oat field near hare early today,
shivering and snuggled close to
her five pet puppies.
Christine Hart was found in a
stand of three-foot high oats
only 200 yards from her farm
home after 400 volunteers, aided
by bloodhounds and five airplanes,
had scoured the area in a frantic
nightlong search.
Christine had wantered a w a y
from her farm home 12 miles west
of here last night while plaraui
with the puppie. . ;
Neighbors plunged into a search
for her in the surrounding field,
which ire crisis crossed wit h
drainage ditches.
After the search had expanded
tocova r wide area four volun-
teersdeeed to re check the
field 'of oats near her home.


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Agenda fwtnernq lPuWblia nU

FARMA1W4m.Oki
Pihts- b ed f $nsl


FOR RENT
Apartments
ATTINT. t .1.1 Just built
modenr fmihed e w ent. I,
2 haWdseeMf.n. Cold wateos
Phoe Pmum, 1 I4941.
FOR RENTI--Friend end -
furalhkd 2 w 4-rnem modem
etnmCntaC. C tct AlUAM-
RA APARTMIU 10th Sf.
Phone UI 3 Cola..
FOR RENTS Fuished or un-
furnished a = bedhom apert-
ment in 1 HeanM No. 10,
7th Street. Cal 1-2189.


FOR REINT I II Conroeo.
two bedroom qpermnt w t
maid's mom. Cal 3-3742.


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONm US
sOX 2031 ANmCW.C.

FOR SALE
Migscellneous
FOR SALEI--MAHONA.Y and
construction lumber. 'M Cie..
tobal Lumber Yard,. 5th str t
end Central Ave. 7-1J, Old Cas.
Ino Gerage.
FOR SALE.-Air-coneqdrle unit.
%. like new. Phose 2.4912
working hours. Sunday 2-1558.
FOR SALE:-Hi.Fi radle-phe-
graph. eerstuffed efe. chair
w/2 tables., "Sethwind" car
beater, boy's 26" hicyale, twin
baby carriege. (Thayer) .2354-
A. Owen Street.
FOR SALE,- Written. bids will
be accepted by W. J. bSheldae,
Jr.. Pot Office Bex No. 66. Am-
con. Cael Zone up to end in-
cluding June 10th. 1955. pien
the following:
(1) 2 metal dresser, I with
mirror
(21 I metal baed stad
(3) 1 bed. wooden, with mat-
tress and spring.
(41 1 electric 25-6ycle lerm
clock
(5) 1 kitchen table
(6 I wicker chair with cush.
ion
(7) 1 wooden bench
(81 I ironing board
d, I clothe hemper
(10l 2 perch blinds
(III I refrigerator, lekctrIie,
25-lyclo
(1'2) I chest of drwmts.
Such items may b seen at the
Packing and Crating Shop in the
Corzeo Street Yard of the Main-
ftMnan Division, Balbee, during
regular w or k I n hours. Bid
sheld be sent hI saled enve
lopes addressed to f the under-
signed. dder should sign his
Rome end give his PFet Office
Box ddess and telephee num-
ber. The rigt to releat any end
aN bids is reerved end articles
arem sid t o wheie-i. T UMS1
Cash On acceptance of bid. W.
J. SHERIDAN, Jr.. ADMINIS-
TRATOR W 1STATIE OR* Eg
WARD C II C NSON.


FOR RENT:-Smll che t. one
bedroom, living dining room,
klchmen. Maderate- rnt. Ge erol
Joe de Sen Martin Ave. No.
6. dew-Sailn


FOR RENt:-Vacatio" quars, .
4Juis I Mrslbi .6-6.
FOR RENT- PFurImhod houe.
Cell Panama 3-4276 rftr 7
p.m.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR RENT:- Nicely finished
I -edrom epartmiet on Ave-
nd Po, fwi tie prk. CeU
3-0746 or 3-.3099.
FOR RENT: -r Unfurnished a-
partment, sltrl-dini room, 2
bedrooms. 2 b held's room,
porch, eaGoe, screened. $S10
at 'El Congeo," Street No.
2. See Do Castro Ave. B No.
9-42. Phoae 2.116J Pmme.m.
FOR RENT:-2-bodrelm corner
apartment, living-diing room
screened WS. Beliseri Porrea
No. 56, kay epertment No. 6.
Phone 2-2316 or 3.0254.
OF RRENT:- Modern 2-bed-
room furnished apartment, front
terrace. 44th Stet serner Van-
euele Ne. 19. Phone 3-4780.
FOR RENT,- Furnaihed apart.
meant, living r@qn. dining room,
2 bedroom, tove, refrigerator.
Bella Vista, 43rd Street No. 64.
FOR RENT:- Funished spart-
ment. military Inspected. Via
Porres No. 99. Pheoe 1-2068.

FOR RENT
Houses


FOR SALE: 1954 Chevrolet
Bol-Air, radio, w/w tires; mine
piece bembo living eamn a90
eight-pice mehey dining
set; five-plocs -mehmeny bed-
room et; G.E. -onsle radio.
Rooeonebly priced. 6452-A I s
Rie. Phone 2-4444.


3050.


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Cr, Madeam cwlLamwmon

Shmpl fiMrahied asen on
beqph at Saue Claor. Telephoee
T VMA, "lb 17T72.


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20 Les Of Excess

PropIvi Advetised

For Sie By Navy
The Naval Station, Rodman,
has advertised for sale by com-
petitive sealed bids 20 lots 'of
foreign excess property loacted
In Building 306 at Rodman.
The l'og include usable items
of a general nature. Binoculars,
auto accessories, Marine Diesel
engine parts, and miscellaneous
electrical and electronic parts
are among those Items being
advertised under Invitation B-
16-55 which is scheduled to be
opened at 10 a.m. June 15.
The property may be inspect-
ed and copies of the invitation
to bid may be obtained on any
regular working day through
Tuesday, June 14 between the
hours of 7:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m.
by contacting the sales office,
building No. $1 Rodman, phone
Rodman 3874.
Bids must be received not
later than June 15.


Hstorin,. s To Tke



On Potsdam Pariey
WASHINGTON, June 6 (UP)
-State Depaxtment officials said
today they vsay check through
the private flea of former Pres-
Idena Truman before deciding
whether topublish record of,


R SALFR Barginupi .ueunlg
There -sat Christine, apparently -sped R a. di onsole FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE: the World War II Potsdam con-
unharmed. SI s$175; b's LceVle. ertrric Bungelaw and le ld d inr So.' renee.
Ha first question, as she was trains; tank-type ir painting queto town. For informatle o se Mr. Truman has promised de-
taken to hospital for observa- unit, oil ttechments. Phone. J. F., Thema Hardware tare apartment historians that they
tiln, was: "How are my pup- aleb.278. thee. Joesuin Aroesemene St. can have a look at his private
pies?" Noe. 7-110. Phone 3--50o Pe. files on the 1045 conference be-
SS ems. teen him, former British Prime
ORi -rOlle .L .. 20- n ealln..-.M Ministers Winston Churchill and
on -nm rll .- two-* O-allen FOR SALE: BoechfrMnt le of Olement- Attlee and the late
Br H falls egueriummi, ,liehts. fish. 154 emm mrs at Plse Russain Premier Josef Stalin.
T D ar50lt al on amn; one ell-porcelein Coendeo. Reasonable offer will Mr. Truman informed the 'de-
To Sop Widow reIgera Mtor $60.. Ceil be mg.pt Writ C. Cevrvile, apartment some time ago it
Tow Sl op.ow Navy 1e192.. ao 187 Balkee. could have aces to the Pots-
fr-l RABMa S ~ ....... -- *- 'dam files he has in his personal
dRase a 14,ossiesmon. He asked, however,
that the department's historins
ST. CARLES, Ill., June 6 y Recommends Learn g wait until he finishes his me-
(UP) Eleanor O'Leary said' moirs.
married n J We M en cee epartm ortl may
bfast alone. face a'"n ve rmedo" reo g Et e en remind the former Prartm nt of
Resplendent in a hoap Iet aS his promise. Historians wern en-
gr owsnanI il oplteal hteresed when he said n a re-
wita res an leas e she wed BEMENT, Il. June (UP) -- Douglas met to arrange their .cent nation-wide w telecast that
toy Jwerts, in a obedsde Son. Alexan aer Wie ranking Re- famed series of debates mo" r thanue bel deadline on ime e
crily t*Jly at Dolnor b lian me t er of the Senate s0 years a go. b un e 15 dead ir a on theayul
.Fordin Re4tis Committee, said Wiley expressed hope that the bepublshed about e pt. 1ey old
ter the nuptials, roberta today Amerla "must" learn to coming "meeting at the sum lt"o be puse" aou Sept.
went on to the wedding break- live with te Soviet menace or may result in "some progress in the Bitne No t a e _s
fast alone. face a "n u c I t er 1magedo resolving East Wet tensions." a hn Stte Dep artment h as
Mrs. O'eary, .3i-year-old that could continue indefinitely. But, he said. anosinglelmeeting. gaatey proffs on the Potsdam
LONONnind eUfi n-iot d Iat ou d te ll But, he s "no s il meeting oumentA butnew information
wdew, brole heir right anklo will slve the basic problem." met e .oundin Mr. ma'
lat February while getting out ,W.iley wi ned against talking That problem, usaid. wil o er
of a ca with a b. g of grocerr i 1s .tly' of the possibility of war 'new .nlemche n aid, n w ll fifme'rfiles. tThe big problem barring









Irsa h ul irt E aniacti o Chae Soons, new Kitflls. nea v .w u .ai Ilackofcearanc
S inr arm termig it an n act B highest iri dangers" as long s ter Soviet pblicathon is lack of clearance
Sheaand tavern ponibity. It is m"inexcusa-on i the Defense Department And
opletor. had tplmane.d .ti h..e said, "to. .eng.age loo. over 1te' world in the Krimlin's te British.. Not all galley prs
while she wasin hurliu% ultimatums or bluster- have yet been sent to London.
a ul 31. Bu we shne she b ,Ul Si mage."
y decidedto' and patrotc" the motive. Despite this, he said, mankind None will be sent to Russia.
chle the wedding date to e "S must loam to endure e pres
Jun 4 rond-to through with "Somehow, no matter hoi e divil without resorting, i at all M ting
the ceremony B latter what. ous the crisis, we must findp r-- "possible, to force of arms." The t iongs
Mrs. OLeary recovered, but ul means to try to settle, iut," W chaos a nddisaster" left by a
then on MAY 101 ie broke herilay said. third world war would "breedona SCA AMeeas June 1
hip in a nautmoble A ccident.nI aor L ems -
S in5a eutmeoblal st He emphasized this d o e s nott mere problems," be said. I n A general e mbl Sp mna eet-
rtyear eto ampneaasem "t it does 8 u1 T llid Americans not to be- IE Oi the United States C.tE-
mot.. mean ppeart nt. "But it dos A anens Association has been called
inbe hs ae. come impatient and demandbem h
.,But If It's. bad luck to changemoean exhausting ever ylast.ail corme Idmptactient an do,,..m oiet,, for Sunday, June 19. at 3 p.m. at
our wedding date once I'm native inevery situation in th e ion to counter Soviet al June t P
eRai chWkgers moves: "loose au 5! ns" tar the Diablo wrle SCenter. I was
rtiynot going to ct aiestofPeace," he said. such moves as a b rkade of Rad ai announced today.
again. The Wisconsin Repuhlican spoke Chi a to t imprisoned U.S. air- AOng the items on the a-
at trio first ofa series of "town menm reilc inomlUoarn- gen 9 are:
an..tOnfirst of a series of "town;beItn"e sl 1) A briefin on the progress
meetings" to be held In this corn- said. d have-of the Income tax s-t beig
Once Bitten...0 1eea ,bt ae.could h, corn v eOf de e oInome tax ,ut bef.
field community of 1,e this year ment of the very air-handled bY the USCA's Wals-
LONON June s UP Po- =a t he ubt "Can i.ankind en- met f the v very in- h attorney, th Vera W.Al-
Scheese to dure, stltr a and hal-free"' m we been trying to uve. ingt attorney, La Ver -
catch a hungr bur lar who The erlaim Bat o the rt dt hew meat 001 inigt _pgiq Jweg.
wa ub nil in the havy,, where rleacf thrd USCA"s a
broken Into the White8wan pub nn the ty, where ofte"-tmo* h~ aved ArtoeWpM o
here last week. It was d closed Abraham eii'aio Stph e W- RY Wrld ve. "2
tow.___ I__ The U C also, arMun"e
The police Identified Frank I"that an executive board Meetng
Roberts as the burglary brArt Exhibiton COpSh101,Kill will be hold on Wk, June
matching his molars SSA t E_1- .n [s, at 7:30 p.m. at the Diablo
teeth marks the intruder left In By Diana Chiari Four Prisoners .ervie Center.
Dan&b of *Hoor On View Ai JWB In Singapore Riot Thiue Marches Bock
Dance.IOHonor I .....at~the wM .O..., 6 ( I IAPPTLFO WIs -6 --(UP)

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Holds Awards Day Assembly


At the twelfth annual Canal cKeown and Duane Rigby won
Zone Junior Coege Awards Day awards in football, basketball
assembly recently 157 awards and track; John Cordlgan and
were made to 0 students by Robert Rowley in fotbll and
Dean Hackett, assisted by Dr. basketball; WIhlam CanIlbell,
ooy, Miss Gardner, Messrs. George Dansby, Robert Fish-
Bowen and Turbyfill of the fa- bough and Curti Jeffres, In
culty and students Nancy Bate- football and track; Louis Charles,
man, William Bingham, Nortne Vincent Esguerra, Paul D. Gibbs,
Dillman and Eaperanza Lopez. Robert Glud, Kurt Mezipel Rob-
The award r consisted of athle- ert Morris, Joe Oliver 'ai John
tic monograms, gold footballs Waner, in football; i e 8lu
(for the members of CZJC's 1956 andaOus Troncoso in % al;l
Interscholastic c h a m pom hi .an.d Ted Carter, Raymonl Nick-
football tam), certificates her and Bruce Orvi in trk.
merit an one $30 cash prize. In addition, William MeICpown
The last was won by William won an award for beinr named
Fuller in a United States art by Coach Wolf as the Bet4th-
poster contest. Justin Wong aLso lete of the Year."
won an honorable mention in In the realm of student 8f-
this contest. fairs and leadership a
In the field of speech, the a- were won by William itan
ward winners were William president of the Stuiti
Bingham, Norine Dillman, James clation and by Jacobo Blae I
Maxwell and Veon Nichols; In Norine Dilman, VirginiaKB
drama Marilyn Bevington, Wil- Alice McKelvy, Robert Quinn
1am Bingham, Louis Hasemann, Doyglas duddaby, members
Beth Hatehett, Eaperanza Lopez, the Student Council.
Rosalinda Relmann and Lorna Scholarship honog awards
Stone. were won by Vaul be&1%.
ward Wo H
IJ? I ec. p-son Jan.e t Sab
ArAL f e r won" pDiiUp (aR& -
war e th r ik on 0~g COlewanz, Ca o
or" d "TropI Robert
Collera." while Alles McKe Rolliday S M
and utn WOang won an award uff, kfafi Jtnkiz na
for their work on the last- am, ViriianKt ard
named publication and Marta eeheSr, ThomaA. -'-r
brid, Maria Paraudo, Doilae rita m torracahape La-
Fisher, Louis Huemann, Betn Pe" Alice McKeevy,ApW C.
Hatchett, Virginia Kam James NaP. Charlene Pettit, olly Rig.
Matwell, David Otten, Edith Ro- by. Mary Rose, CesarSiu, 81idney
mero, and Ms. Ellen Smith won Templie an4 Sue Wahhburh.
awards for their work on the Awards for higb hono in


ten and the members of the Mildred Damera. Norine Dill.,
famed "JC" Three" Mildred man, Betty FPlatau, Mro. Sara C.
Damerau Ann Livingston and Holk, Stephen Lesard, Doris Mc-
Mary Rose. Kee, Mrs. Charlotte Miles. Mrs.
The cheerleaders who won a- Helen 8. Foster, David Oten, Nan-
Josle D i ellao l .u.e Dilman, Pauline. Roper, Dimne tlner.
Alice Hagborg, Beth Hatchett, Mrs. Ellen mlth, Lese Upon-
Shirley Million and Patric a Rig- Jumtin Wag and M Ruth Zel-
by. nick. .
In g*Ils' athletics, awards were Student recelvipW the largest
won 1i NanoyrSteman, Marilyn number of awards .woreNancy
Bevlugtou, VelVia DrinUa, Don- Batenman, William Bnga m.- Nand
nalee Fiaher, Betty Flatau, Car- Edna Jenkins (five each), while
o1 George. Helen Hauemann, those receiving the largest nwi-
Beth Hatchett, Edna Jenkins. ber in different major fields
Virg inia Kakn, Adele Meis.ner were William Blfntham, Morino
Ind Rosalie Youn.' x Dillman, Beth Hatehett and yir,
In m.n'sathletics, William ginla Kapa (four each).


21-Gun Salute

Return 'Home '

WST POINT, N.Y.. June -
(UP) President Eisenhower,
West Point's moat illustrious son,
came "home" yesterday.
A 21aun salute boomed a wel.


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and th a drove drely to the
Hotel Tyer on the academy
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cwucine e um rv c Orm- jMs nrst order of bw m tn
mencMinit egercse and a to attend the graduates'
tbree-day bull-sdon with his retreat review a ^N M he
old Army cronies. fifth annual mhaah.,,
ThePresident Whd 0s. W tociadetDelbert
senhower flew b're from Wash- North 8ttle, Wuh The urd
,ngton for the 40th reunion of a silver tray, I given for ecel-
his cla of 19s5, which Included kcylin Military paycholon and
sno of fbe top generals of Jleaderhilp. -
World War I. After the review, the Proedent
bHe slo wil gite the principal we v to the farm of Nw Tork
commecement address and City Mtre urant owner G
preant diplmas to 471 rradu- Lo e, about IS.iSle roam the
aim of the dm of M omaor- academy. for a d in n
row. The speoh., described by an evening of ru cncf
White Noue-lide M an nimpor- e ith the other- i anof
tant address. wilU be carried x- the class of 1lat A 6r the
cros the natOl by ramo. mad .Wunlma.
televo n habor ae s.
Thf soltil who ie Mwith Uem hw
IN other aeod lieutenant in mealhe'sermdr'her
115 Is here for the flrst atme et reunon.in
am coAmn.4-ehtf. As. b'e-ag tm. *t
iwde onto the post after a 40- *eaeGesi r W mii.io
minute drive from Stepart A .r &cceeded Mr WSS raw
9Port Base. aof J-I d*/ f e. atOf I lnd d. l o4
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Institute Honors
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Thomas Man".
SURICH. Switxerland. June 6
(UP) Author Thpmas almnn
' wsaa- B ented lth an honorary
doctorate otf aece from -the
Technical Institute here last
night at a gathering celebrating
his 80th birthday, which Mann
observed list Monday.
Swiss President Max Petit-
pierre raised Mann as Sn au-
thor ,who has placed humanity
Sin the foreground of his writ-
He s n an artist who has
built "important Ldens against
.cynicism and barbarism," Petit-
piereg.d.


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nog, "Ts .talk abou drama
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f-:4akes a small armf to help
produce tv spectacs. Frizample,
e beekstage crew includes 40
dressmakers and 30 tailors. .The
"Soldier-of Fortune" flicker at
the Boxy (with Gable and Hay-
ward) .alo highlights theeyefill Itig
Hong. Kng scene in color. .. ,ne
shW is. laying tohMik lf-ot
of tht nng wit Rh ts *ta -age
back.stabbin. .Te 0'Brie
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this wordag. "Now the Jtht
peae, oif tI t is = e..e m
-ad money in e bak makes
you uncomfort-ahble, but at lesit
you can relax while being miser.
abbie!" . Morty Palto (he was
a Decca biggie faor. years) Is tot
ling in the pit at ".th Heaveir
wing for the California break
. .Dollywood's KIm Novak con-
fessed: "I don't like to live alone."
(Sound Effect: Wolves howling).
The Bogarts (Betty Bacall) ex-
plained their happy merger with
his logic: "We are old-fashioned.
We believe in double. beds. It's
pretty hard. to sulk over some-
thing ypu share the same bed"
S. .he public apparently prefers
light-hearted stuff. Only 8 serious
dramas survived this year. ,.Ed-


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: ItaL.areaf.
One 0 reetemendation, on which
thi membership split, would sell
4mCe Powint our teahlicel as-
alittae to members of the North
Atlantic Treaty Organisation.
It also said certain actions have
achieved a high degree of techni-
cal proficiescy.
l lttt eretain nations have
reached a position of economic
str where "they no leger
ecdjsupport.
S ommisiod agreed, howv-
er, hat 'desOe msyan mistakes
agl-iw teM overall program
should be otinued. -
It said if proposals would save
at least M3 million dollar annual-.
ly '"witht prejudice to the object"
ties of these programs. "
In a report on "overseas eco-
nomic operations," the group stu-
dying government reorganization
die's too busy singing love songs
and Debbie's too busy acting in
love stories so their romance
withered. The irony of it: Success
made it Impossible for them to
enjoy something worth more than
success. Love.. .Hollywood Glory:
A movie mag salutes an actress
for her courage. She criticized a
movie colyums (Imagine!) ...
. playwright (reviewing a book)
last Sabbath rapped critics 4 times
S, .In one paragraph! . .Stuart
Palmer's debunker is the best yet
in the controversy about the use.
of the word like instead of as..
Palmer giggles,: 'HOW about .e
drinks like a fish?"


A the functions of the Foreign
rpVE0 os0 Administration should
r t4! s:erred to other agencies-
a sore which has already been
started.
. 0a separate statement, seven
qf the ig e6mmissiad members
said that "after almostifU.years,
tle tihm come to .pply.a me
brakes to this overseas spending
Jaiue! AL Farley, commission
member- and former postmaster
generaL said In a separate state-
ment that be was in "basic agree-
ment" with the views expressed
by the seven commission'- mem-
However, Farley said he disa-
dread with the provision calling
r the elimination of technical as-
sistance to NATO countries.
Rep. Chet Holifield (D-C a ll f.)
dissented on certain aspects of
the commission report. He said
te report "does not represent a
serious study of the organization
and management of our. foreign
aid programs."
He also said it "intrudes in the
area of foreign policy by making
re strictive recommendations
which could hamper the executive,
antagonize our allies and thwart
Our objectives." i -
The commission said the govy-
ernment's decision tq abolish the
IOA June 30 provides the oppor-
tunity foro verhauling foreign aid
methods.
"A new method of organization
must be found," it aid, "which
wIll continue certain dsaential
services, simplify others and re-
duce government expenditures"
and "at the same time. .seek to
provide.a program which will
strengthen the. countries of the
free world militarily and econo-
mAnoer fault, the commission


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NEA Staff Correspondent


stated. Is that varIous government HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Hol-
departnepts OdM personnel over- lywood and GrkpeVine: The entire
seas under systems out~le the cost of Tita Purdom's cafe act--
regular foreign servi., I material, gowns and al-la being
"As a consequ ea.," It added- underwritten by film director-
"the United S t a tei .A-*equently itebell Leisen who believe she
peaks with numerodis, tOn cen' has the makings of a top nitery
idling voices; its representatives star. Before, she leaves Hlywood,
can be played off one Mgainst the- Edmund Purdomf's estranged wife
other by foreign officials, and its is hoping ,"things will be straight-
manifold policies and programs ended out with my husband." Nbe
can be miseonstrued." told me:
The commission said all person "It's an awful emotional strain.
nel, other than military, should be Edmund and I are both Catholic
assth ed "under a single unified and divorce is a great problem to
foreign service system." us."e o tomic ttck
The commission said although it
believes this country "must con- Jennifer Jones s reading the
tiue tso not mreaic assistance a script of "The Galileans" and pon-
modus certain ree countries f the ering U-I's otter to appear in the
world'in order to secure them axi Biblical epic.
mum military security for our- ver
selves. it does t.nean "that NBC production crews are con-
the taxpayers money Abould be minced th safest place in the world
spent without regard to ceiving in case of atomic attack I s Yucca
full value for the money pento Fat Nev. Weather conditions
It recommended three mT eP.C wou0d never be right for the ene-
onomy moves: . my to drop the bombs.
I. "Industrial projects a hud d b t e bo re
not be undertaken in countries he Mie hed kegos u faiths as-
which do not already have ai c of the Joan Crawford-NAl
dustriai background,"ran o teele merger is a movie-town co
2. "The most valuable contribu- versaYuon towc ... Jimmy (I Saw
tion to world economic. yyabiity Mommy Kissing Santa Claus)
can be made by iuprov ~ent of~ Boyd is due for more straight
s&ao manufacturing industie in. comedy roles after his non-war.
non-industrialited countries. bling click in "The Second Great.
3. "The fundamental nned of estBex."
many of the countries in the 'A-
sian-African arc' is increased food Ids Lupiao and ex-busband, Col-
supplies. Therefore- sound iringa- Dier Young, who always teamed as
tion projects and the introduction co-producers with their Filmakers
of improved agricultural methods Co., have called off the double
are justificationn for U.S. aid prog- harness. Collier, now wed to Joan
real." .. .. Fontaine, will prudoce "The Fire-
Among other recomuiaendations bug" on his own.
by the commission said loans to -
countries to support their defense This is Hollywood, Mrs. Jones:
could be made in the form of Sara Berner again dhanged her
grants because the countries can- mind about filing for divorce from
not repay the. loans. her agent husband Milt Rosner.


But they continue to live under
separate roofs.
Short-Takes: What a difference
10 years makes. Sammy Lewis is
playing the Will Mastin Trio and,
Slmmnt Davis.-Jr. 5.,09 a week
at the New Fr=ttfeJf Las Vegas.
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. . Richard Carlson is planning a note to Jonnie Ray:
full length "I Led Three Lives" -
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--- you for many years, so I
Forget those printed reports that happy and proud ,as your.
Bob Hope is deserting TV next does, because I -have eem
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first to start the city's reconstruction after World War II.


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bonnet, fashioned by Liebert, is made -of straw around a
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S"I y son ormerr mnois eror eca . concert version.
mind," la the 6 Democratt srt opera "Der 8ehauI
. ,ai, "n,,a,,,, who says they dental nomination i he wants it. saieiri .Pr.
'e Prsa ofAnd intimates have been repro.- fdIaniv
rei snted re ly as saying he 't3 to N ern
aftevenmsodoes' .m-d e T A o Mr. sBahower.B CW i l
with previou'sacuomb t -t woThft'A n ...t o Juoe p.
s e .o Rich T h d P -AnyroC Goldman's concerts in Cbntral
art B. Rue "a d StUa rtI I mw ma ll, ,nvP park and in Brooklyn's Prospect
Syminto r~- io.). Both I av ev -- ',e e . Park aor summer fixtures, tey
Stevsebns a.fhacs in a dod I are.A U llKm a s gtot .the Guenheli
boost recently by disavowie any VIn ,w Ioml rom VUII I odatiooundaio to New YorLs In
White HEm" a ibitioNs.. memory f Daniel and Florence
Kefuver semd sto be aying mlipMs In dlb Ama Guggenheim.
he definitely will make the race Vel lum id u nlmV t ---
if Sevenson doesn't and may hne Tusem Arizona Boys Chorus
anyhow. ROME, June e -(UP) The' t an.two-nnth tour of Kmope.
S t fourth World Petroleum Congress .The hodw s abers 30 boys of 10
Kefauvg' did rob himuse" ou t oad" b here today with more than to 14 who war blue je.s, comwby
as a tic vice r iow tial 3lu delegates from 3 nations to boots, and 1 Wgallon hats.
Sapossi Noting thaEt hp ch u- eari the latest information n u.- DI s Miaud received the hon-
rn-t nm -had y to run, t rope's rapidly developing p etro- ora V res o doctor of Hebrew
hrt -" soelegi- leum industry. G eree of Doctor of
he s thee Is "a ofleislaleum dusty. L at the commenemnt
tion I'm Interested hin o.m I ,o. l heea of the Hebrew Union Col"
not ant to leave Uthe.ae" el r Douglas McKay, U. Secreta- lsge. .w a honored fr "i
that poC. c ry of Interior, tops a list of mnrl tdgoon &it.trilut o onms to modern
He de the stabtet.-emt drin than mW'.f ericn elevates 1o the i p and U trlY to ae mi-
au interview with a ~B ,. m onh Cgress. s o e oe t5Q r tuo" e t.
a ting (ore N.Y.) lh cwrc- i T Congress, astin g to aye, .
filmed in advance for showg e wil l hear courses a pa on Cairma. W saa, American o-
ver New York television, si1o1s. various aspect of th 'oum rano, _has signed a three-month
He also aMdP- stepped a care industry i rope, with attton ntrt tfo aperances with the
to Lhrow his support to teosm being given toImportant dlepod sit ViennaM. O a next season.
or some oMr cand4at,.. in France, Italy,. GerMany and Amng bf trOdl will be that of
Asked if h- b d en-dprn..W M IoMandd. the Saint n Meotti's "The Saint
for the Democratic h noWiatW. Not on the agenda ag tre the .r of 31,mt*fti.t
Kefauver rqpid ,with a flat "no" cal political considerations of the Joaph Jim" violin, anod Artur
And, h aid, hvmt mao recent Ameriean-discoverd deps- Bala p U play all 10 of
what we call a General Sherman its in the island of Sicily. Bee t veFr onatas aor violin nd
statement about it.either." iAmerican experts f o u n d oil piano in oston next season. The
Ketauver has been talking more where Italians had failed. Now a cycle w cover three concerts, be-
and more like a candidate recent- big political battle is shaping up ginning Feb. 23.
ly. Only a few days ago he lev, on whether or notU.S. concerns
yelled a direct attack on President should explore and exploit the rich
Elsenhower-something most Sen- Sicilian oil deposits. i JEMOr CONTROL
ate Democrats have shied away While this political matter will,
_________ __ not officially discussed, it is cor-I TRUMBULL, Conn.- (UP) -A
Stain to come up behind the scenes back seat driver was arrested on a
-among American technicians and reckless driving charge. State po-
". '" .experts. iHce said a high school student,
-- John Ruicka of East Haddam'
S- he Communist press has madewas driving while standing behind
front page news with the. f a c tithe front seat of his convertibleO
that the U. S. has seOt such a There were four other students in
large delegation to the conference, the car.





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Saato give ty of all ls and named Soviet
Wto psam's "Red w 'Marshal Ivan.1aoie v us ..e with aS. .eo.ther."
wc to told s. of the commander of thiar United He said sj I i t be
Cipml. st Party rl Bmmlt- Forces. of economies vaptage to West
se that the Soviet j ._ Com- "For the first time in the histo- Germany I the BoMgovermmat
muns.at-Chin, EAmU a W.P ry of mankind the Socialist and had normal wconaic r slatinm
Sland, Ceehoslovaks Romaiae Bulgaria ai a ership o athe soviet Union are set.
h ar to coorm t the ting about coordnsting plans for Ulbricht, first secretary of the
ear economic plans t formthe g ntl te itory from Peking Communist Party, said the -..st
an economic unit. to B >" Ulbficht said. lock has '.'ow economic
Also revealed that the Soviet military and .Dtcal.toreq s
Vk aatis formed a Upalflcal "The comtrol figures on the ba- whch coep.MUMlhI 9
adviry committee" to ate sic takes of th next five yea r iresson with "detuctive blows.
polcy on letters omtul Int.er-plans of the fWieW Union, the.
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Three Out Of Four In


Tribe's 'Lost Weekend'


NEW YORK, June 6 (UP)-The Cleveland In-
dians made patsies of the Washington Senators en
route to their 1954 pennant but whistling Charley
Dressen has the American League champions danc-
ing to his tune this year.


'Killer' Jackson To Work Out


At Arena; Joe Brown In Gym


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prison jr.


JOCKEY JOSE BRAVO, head- panied by fight promoter Enrl-I
ed a list of several jockeys who que Martin, took in proceedings
were suspended over the week- from ringside at the Gym last
end by Juan Franco's stewards. night.
Bravo received a four-meet Joe today begins his finally
suspension for crossing Baha- week of training for his bout
mondes while up on Quilacoya. with Nat "Killer" Jackson at the
E Olympic Stadium this Sunday. I
OTHER SUSPENSIONS: Carlos Jackson was to have given an
Lino, Sierra Velluda six meets exhibition during the program
--crowded Biscaya last night but was indisposed i
Alfredo Bassan. Golden Glass after a rougn air trip from the
-four meets crossed Avtvato. States Saturday and remained ,
Anacleto Mena Rios, Florera- in Colon. .
six meets crossed Explicito, -.l Ia
Donny Boy, Espagirico and Su- RODOLFO FRANCIS, never]
persun. known to be the most gentle-'
Osvaldo de Leon, Jose de la manly of boxers in the local fight:r
. Cruz six meets failed to trade, was at his unsvortsman-
urge mount. like best last night after it had f
Celso Chavez, Joe's Fiddling- been announced officially that
aired $5 for losing whip. he had TKO'd Melvin Bourne in I
f Trainer Humberto Echevers-, the sixth round.
'Jose de la Cruz-fined $5 for us-
I. ing wrong colors. The bout was stopped by a
I" boxing commission doctor after
SUSPENDED HORSES: Pebe- Bourne had suffered an ugly cut
'tero four meets poor per- over his left eye, and while
'ormance. Bourne was sitting in his corner
Choly two meets poor with seconds working feverishly
p 2:formance. over the injury, Frpncis swaq-
. Gr.su tw', meets poor con- gered over to the bleeding
-i7itlon.' Bourne.
Main Road under vet's or- Onlookers believed that
ders finished lame. 6Francis was about to shake
Bourne's hand and sympathize,i
REFEREE PIO GUERRERO, as Is traditional in boxing, but I
who handled the curtain raiser instead. Francis pulled a towel
between lightweights Bobo away from Bourne's eye and
Salcedo and Roy Langford on evidently, feeling satisfied that
the Bourne-Francis card at the a fine cutting operation had I
National Gymnasium last been performed, began io
night, was the first knockout laugh and Jeer in Bourne's
victim of the evening. face.
Salcedo and Langford con This action, which met thr
tinued to slug it out seconds disgust of all present, was cut
after the bell had rung end- short when Francis' handlers
Ing the bout and referee Gue- hauled him away from Bourne's
rrero stepped between them to corner.
stop the fray. Last year Francis was sourdh!
During the melee, Guerrero booed by Colon Arena fans when
received a hard blow to the fle refused, in spite of a referee's
Jaw and was soon sprawled on Insistence, to "touch gloves"'
he canvas from where he was 'vith an opponent.
picked up by seconds of both I
boxers. BUSINESS BAD
Although visibly dazed from
his egxerience, Guerrero was NEW YORS -(NEA )- Ne w
able to leave the ring under I Yok State now has only one week-
his own power., ly boxing club operating-the St. T
--- Nicholas Arena in New York CI-
JOLTIN' JOE BROWN, accom-'ty.


IJaffray Again Canal Zone


i, Smallbore Rifle Champion
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Bill Jaffray. Air Force civilian
and veteran local rifleman, this
oweek-end became the first two
,.tlme winner of the Canal Zone
State Smallbore Rifle Champion-
. ship, as he successfully defend-
Sed his 1954 title in the Register-
ed Tournament sponsored by the
Balboa Gun Club at their Far-
fan range Saturday and Sunday.
In winning, Jaffray fired a
core of 1587-95x out of a possi-
Sblhe 1600-160x. He won the 503
1 yard any sight match with a
S400-S31x possible, won the iron
sight Dewar with 397-19x and
took third place in the 50 meter
and 100 yard any sight matches.
j The winning score was conr.l-
erahly lower than the 1595 which
SJPffrav fired last year in win-
l ling the title the first time. but
Saturday's wind conditions were
V aluch trickier than anything er-
countered last year. and all
scores were noticeably lower than
In the two past tournaments.
J, eanette Orr. a junior shooter,
* lnd Balboa High .school student
5'won out in a Lni and tuck
trugele for second place. Tean-
t te fired like a veteran, zon'!.-
S'tent in all four matches, to to-
1579-76x and finish with a
Wo point margin over her near-
rival. She also took one rec-
** jnd. one third and two hich
I arksman awards in the indl-
* vlual matches.
In oe ose three way battle
SJr eond place. Lt. Col. O. M.
inning of Albrook totalled
S577-82 to take third place in
Ste Aqgregate. Mannine won the
S 0 ward any sight with a 400
Pou le score, one of the only
fired in this tournament. He
took second In the ircml
I Dewar and high Master-
S pfert Award in the any sight
vard match.
The Old Man of the Moun-
aml, Sturtevant Todd. came
J out of his hills to total
St?-7 for fourth place, add-
ose third place in the iron
.ewar and three high
r Awards in the in-
matches. Fifth place
by Wayne "Dude" Lu-
jufhist two points behind
witI a total of 1573-70x.
ed a 39 to take second
aL M B yard any sight


e elsM awards, Norit
.fved 1570-71x, to wwi
f MMter-RDpert Awanr
S. Bhe Woa tu
g, teh "Of thtl
.to .the wiWl
B Will


Nat "Killer" Jackson, classy
U.S. lightweight boxer who ar-
rived at the Tocumen airport on
schedule Saturday night, will
complete his training for Sun.
day night's ten-round 138-
pound bout against Joltin' 'Jbe
Brown at the Panama Olympic
Stadium by going through his
paces at the Colon Arena,
Joe, meanwhile, will switch
the center of his training on-
eratlcns to the Par-""q Na-
tlionpl r *
front of the Panama National
Guai
Joe will work out every as er-
noon between 3 and 5 p.m.
The Killer is expected to do
his exercises at approximately 4
each afternoon.
Sunday's eagerly awaited con.
test bids fair to be a sell out.
Judging by the comments of
.I'ght fans. interest is already at
a fever pitch to see the Joltrr,
unbeaten in five fights at the
Colon arena, in P tion aeralnst a
real top-notch 135-pounder.
Jac'cson won his last two
fights in impressive fashion -
the last one in an upset one
month ago.
The proceeds of this fight
program will be added to the
fund for the construction of
cbhi'dren's playgrounds In Pan-
ama City. The Panama Physi-
cal Education and Sports De-
partment, headed by Gil Gon-
za!p Garrido, is speansorng the
card.
Ernesto Reid gets a chance to
avenge a defeat by Jose Edwin
in the 147-pound six-round sem-
final. Two four-round prelim-
inaries complete the program.
Herbert Douglas, a promising
lightweight, makes hil pro debut
against Daniel Ward at 135
pounds and Roberto Murrillo.
unbeaten in the fight for pay
ranks. takes on his stiffest op-
Donent to lte. T.--j Salazar, in
. 124-pound contest.
Generpl admission Is only $1
(one dollar).


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YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Gamej
Toronto 000 000 000-0 5 0
Havana 05000010x-6 8 0


i Dia, uanecLk (z) n i er- -
went home with the high Sharp-t eret; Cueche and Noble. LP-
shooter Award, although he Blake,
I failed to win an award in any
Individual match and did not rFirst Game)
complete the iron sight Dewar Pochester 000012221-8 15 0
O'Connell's scores totalled 1261- Ilchmond 000010010-2 0 1
50x. Mel Millard took high Paszholz and White; Picone,
Smarksman in the aggregate with line (7), Heintzelman (9) and
1550-48x and he also took the 'Vatlington. LP-Picone.
same award in the 50 meter nnd-
50 yard matches. Second In this (First Game)
classification wa sa new shooter, Columbus 010000000-1 6 2
firing for the first time in this Buffalo 102030 OOx-6 7 0
,kind of competition, Navy Co- Wheat, Trice (7 and Lake-
mander Jaxthelmer. He totalled man; Flowers and Yewrlc. LP-
S1510-49x, a creditable score for Wheat.
lhis first time over this course
with the pressure on. iFirst Gamer
One of the really creditable Syracuse 002 010 000-3 7 0
performances of the tourney was Montreal 040 020 O0x-6 12 0
turned In by Ronnie Armistead, Peterson, Johnson 121 and
a junior. Armlstead fired the en- Heyman; Lehman and Bucha.
tire tournament with iron sights "-Peterson. HR Westlake,
and totalled 1547-60x to take the ris.
high junior award.
Since there were no outside (Second Game 7 Innings
entries in the team match, three Syracuse 100 000 1-2 2 0
teams from the Balboa Gun Montreal 000 230 x-5 10 0
SClub were drawn out of a hat. Lovenguth, Zinker 16 and
r The winning team turned out to Erautt; Craig, Wojey (1, Brown-
Sbe the combination of Charlie Ing (7) and Bucha. WP-Woey
Roberts, Mel Millard, Jeanette LP-Lovenguth.
Orr and Bill Ja -y, wh total-
,ed 6277 out oi .ible 400 in (Second Game-1l Inningsi
winning. Ca- i Chippeaux, Rochester 002 001 000 00-3 9 1
Commander ,: mier, Miss Richmond 020001000 01-4 7 0
Dillman and "E J" Lucas com- Ludwig, Jacobs (6) and White.
piled 8210 to take home the d-c- Rand (2p: Bickford,.Jordan 17,
)nd place medals, and St. Claire. WP-Jordan LP
The tournament and its corn- -Jacobs.
ponent matches were run off
like clockwork, evidence of fine (Second Game-7 Innings'
planning and expert co-ordina- Toronto 0000 00 0 2 2
:ion among the officials. Cap- Havana 013 200 x-6 8 0
tain William J. Lober, Jr., were Miller. Shore 131, Fahr 3-.
two hats as NRA Rerefee and Blake (6) and Griffin; Valentine
Executive Officer of the tourna- and Montalvo. LP-Miller. HR-
ment. Chief Range Officer was Sierra.
Captain Thomas B. Blake. Both
officers, who did a magnificent
Job, United States Infantry Of-
ficers assigned here as ROTC in- WILDLIFE CONFERENCE
structors. The statistical staff
also did a bang-up Job, headed NEW ORLEANS -(NEA)-New
by Stratford B. Duke. He was Orleans is to be the site of t h e
assisted by the experienced and North American Wildlife Confer.
capable Maggie Dillman and ence, Mar. 5-7, 1956.
Pegg Keller. The task of accu-
Srately scoring the hundred odd
targets involved is a consider-
able one and the yeoman Job
done by the scorers is one oft-
en overlooked by the public.
Competition In this tourna-
. mnet was as keen as ever fired /
r h While possible scores were
cMparatively scarce, the tricky
P wnds encountered at the Farfan
ane were at their worst on
Str and still somewhat in
Son 8undy and this was
S resp for holding
^own. Light was difficult
ble ad the A re-
Sih 7 We l0b son- :04
fired ras LMO
JEK 11 w^ tfo


Charley's Senators made it a ning of the opener. Jim Rivera
"lost weekend" for the Tribe hit the first grand siam homer
when they took three of four of his career to account for four
games and equalled their entire runs and 1erman Lollar fol-
1954 victory total against the lowed with another homer. Dick
Indians. Tne Indians compiled Donovan went the route, yield-
an 18-4 record against Washing- ing five hits for his sixth win.
ton last year but the Senators Andy Carey, Mickey Mantle and
lead this season's series, 4-3. Chico Carrasquel hit homers in
SThe Senators took yesterday's addition to Hunter in the night-
S Ed Furgl opener, 6-4, and seemed about to ca.
S -- sweep the four-game series when Seven of the eight doublehead-
SDOUBLE TIME -Ed Fur.,l the Indians staged a six-run, era yesterday resulted in splits
hd two bg tE Es in mnd seventh-inning rally that gave and thleeighth was pending
had two btige rounds w mit Early Wynn his seventh victory completion of a suspended game
layng practice rounds with of the year in the 6-3 nightcap between the Milwaukee Braves
CPatty lergu au t e lympanic The spit left the Tribe four and Philadelphia Phillies. The
It wasry on he Lake ursethct games behind the first-place Braves won theopener, 5-4, with
uri was to shoot against the New York Yankees, who beat the the aid of Ed Mathews' two
nations men and Miss Brg the Chicago White Box, 3-2, in 10 In- homers but the Phillies had a 4-
women on N ,atioal o Da' nina after losing the opener of 0 margin when the nightcap was
t is here that Furgol defa sther doubleheader, 5-3. suspended in the seventh frame.
e Unid States pn Cham- The Senators' ability to stand Rookie Duke Maas' first major
pionship, June 16-18. up to the Indians could easily league shutout and a 12-hit at-
P ,, -. develop a crucial factor because tack enabled the Detroit Tigers
it was Cleveland's ability to wal- to score a 10-0 victory but Cal
lop Washington, Philadelphia, Abrams' triple and two-run
F R01 \t Sl BBoston and Baltimore that was homer paced the Baltimore Orl-
1Francis Stops the key to its record Ill-game oles to a 6-5 decision in the
victory total last year. The In- nightcap. Hector Lopez singled
Sdiana were 18-4 over the Sena- home the winning run in the
tors and Athletics, 20-2 over the 10th inning to give the Athletics
BOUrni e I1 nI; Red Sox and 19-3 over the Orl- a 5-4 winbut the Red Sox won
oles for a composite 75-13 last the second game, 4-3, with the
year. The Yankees, meanwhile, aid of Norm Zauchin's eighth
S. played 61-27, .693 ball against home run.
the same four teams. Sal Maglie's seventh straight
Eye B UaUd J But, with the Senators acting victory enabled the New York
u pthis year, the story is almost Giants to beat the Chicago Cubs,
Rodo Fra ,1 a exactly reversed. The Indians' 3-2, but Sam Jones won his 6th
Rodoo Francis, 125, earned composite mark against the decision in the nightcap when
a sixth-round TKO victory over foursome this season is 19-8. pinch-hitter Frankle Baumholtz
Melvin Bourne, 124, i.n the The Yankees, on the other hand, hit a three-run homer in the
main bout set for 10 rounds last have beaten those four teams, ninth off relief pitcher Mary
night at th National Gymna- 26-8, for a .765 average ann a Grissom. Jim Hearn was the
slum. net gain of 32 games. Thus, the loser.
Francis opened a cut over turnabout has produced all but The Brooklyn Dodgers came
Bourne's left eye in the fifth a half game of the Yankees' up with six and four-run rallies'
round and commission medico, four-game lead for a 10-6 conquest after Ken
Dr. Ignacio Fabrega, would not Johnny Schmltz survived two Boyer's two homers sparked the
allow Bourne to continue fight- homers by Vic Wertz and one by ft. Louis Cardinals to a 9-4, 10-
ing when the bell rang to start Bobby Avila to win the first lining victory. Jackle Collum's
the sixth Oeat. ame for the Senators and notch l ine-hitter gave the Cincinnati
The batute had been going a- lis fourth victory. Dean Stone Redlegs a 5-1 win after Ramon
bout even up to the fifth, with then shut out the Tribe for aiL lejias singled home the win-
both boxers landing some solid innings before the big six-run .ing run In the ninth inning to
blows. r. al. l y. Key blow of the frame was "ive the Pittsburgh Pigates a 7-
It was. evident from the a three-run triple by Al smith. i decision.
fourth that the injury that It was the 191st triumph of --
Bourne suffered over the eye Wynn's big league career. YEsIERDAY'S STAR-Rook-
several weeks ago while going Billy Hunter's inside-the-park ie Duke Mass of the Tigers
through a workout, was far from homer gave the Yankees their who pitched a three-bitter a-
being healed, when a large swell- split after the White Sox routed against the Orioles for hisfirst
ing appeared In the sensitive Tommy Byrne In the first In- big league shutout.
spot.
From there on Francis worked
on Bourne's eye and in the fifth
stuck pi Jaquimazo Wins Juan Franco
Bourne probably will not be
able to fight again for several ial At s Classic
months. a Atys Cop 0S Cl aSSic
In the semi-final, Irvin Blue, y
1454, knocked out Baby Hunt,
144%, in 1:45 of the fourth "-
roThu victory wh Blue's secod The StAd Bocas del Toro's Concepcion Ruz, Jose Bravo
KO nv as ay pwruesseconda consistent and mud loving Chil- Guillermo Sanchez and Hector
fights y al ean veteran Jaquimazo yester- Ruiz shared saddle honors with
Blue had Hunt on the canvas day afternoon raced to a thrill- two victories each.
for, eight-counts n the first and ing one length victory in the co- The dividends:
second rounds, and in the fourth featured $750 "Special" for "A"'
Hunt was down twice before he .nd "B" classimported horses FIRST RACE
was finally counted out fore over seven furlongs at the Juan 1-Oonzaga $4.40, 2.60, 2.20.
0god. Franco track. 2-secandalo $3, 2.80.
In the other fights, Byron Theseven-year-old chestnut
Cumberbatch 1192, decision on eo Jahe -Quir ant-ol c ac n BECOND RACE
Alfonso Hostin, 118 ...... son of. Jal-uromantica ECO RACE
tanzas, and in a special. urtainthird his last two times out and 1-El Pasha $7.80, 3, 2.40.
alser between lightweight ama- yesterday, with conditions a 2-Golden Fan $3, 2.60.
teurs Bobo Salcedoeon t and mirably suited to his style, he &-Bull Flea $4.20.
er Salced and Roy was up to the occasion. --- Doubl".....
Langford, Salcedo gained a Alert Jock Hector Ruiz got First Double: 13.0.
unanimous decision over his ri- JaJulazo off o a good s t D RACE
val after Salcedo had been down lmzo oTHIRD RACEr
aor after Sacdou hadn bee downt an hustled him along several 1-Don Brigido $3.40, 2.20, 2.20.
for an eight-count in the first. lengths behind the flying Sugar- 2-Moonshiner $3.20, 2.20.
*- lum and ersian Coun s un-3---College Girl $2.20.
Sil two furlongs out where be One-Two: e.20.
ard FOUyg t moved into second place and
(Second Game) forged to the front entering In FOURTH RACE
the homestretch.
Yankees AB RH0 A 1-Avispa $3.40, 2.60, 2.20.
Manees ....R In the rnn to the wire he out- 2-Winsaha .40 4.


Meouga o .. 5 3 0ame- Sugarplum and held on 3-Golden Pick $4.40.
Careyr 3b ........ 4 1 10 to stave off the be-ated closing Quinlela: $8.0.
BeMarra c ........4 0 1 8 0 bids of Main Road and Don Cu- ,'
kowroMantle cf......4 1 1 4 0 to. The latter two were going FIFTH RACE
kolns lb .....4 0 10 fastest at the finish. Jaqulmaso National Red Cres Classic
Collins lb ...... 0 0 1 0 scored by a full length with a 1-Atys (No mutuels betting)
Bauer rf ........ 0 0 1 0 photo showing Main Road see- 2-Fan
Howarden f ...... 0 1 1 0 ond by a neck, Sugarplum third 3-Turgot
untor sen ........ 4 0 0 and Don Cuto fourth, a nose
Founder as ......4 1 3 1 7 further back. SIXTH RACE
Ford p..........3a0 0 0 1 1-Lady Moon $5.60, .40, 3.
Morgan- p.......0 0 0 0 J Jaquimazo, second choice to 2-Plola $3 2.40.
stvan ty...........1 0 0 n 0 he Main Road-Sugarplum en- S.-Tlin Thn $2.60.
Konstanty p .. 0 on try in the mutuels, returned
Tota$440. SEVENTH RACE
Totals 36 3 730 12 The co-feature was an ey
White Sex gallop for Atys as expected. This 1-Copadora $40. ,2.20.
was the $2,000 added NatiWal 2-Devon Maiden $12, 4.
Groth f.....4 0 2 0 Red Cross Classic for thr- -Gaucha $340.
Groth cf ......... 4 0 2 0 0 year-old imported horses. The
Fox 2b ........... 5 0 1 1 0 only participants were Atys and EIGHTH RACE
Mioso If ....... 4 0 0 4 0 'rurgot which belong to Ge 4
Lollar c ........ 5 0 2 6 0 Anastasio Somoza's Stud Monte- 1--reco $8o80,, OA7, 0.
Rivera rf.......4 0 1 4 0 lmar and Fan, which s ownd 2--Noveno, A20, 440.
Stephens Sb..... 4 0 0 2 5 by his son Col. Luis Somaldg. S-Piniio $7.
ackson lb ...... 4 0 0 7 0 Therewas nobetting on the D ble: .
Dropo lb........ 0 0 0 1 race. The first time this has ever
Carrasquel a s.... 4 2 1 3 5 occurred at Juan Franco except NINTH RACK
Pierce p ......... 4 0 0 0 1 in the cases of walkovers. 1-La mnea 1.30, 2.20, 2.40.
Totals 38 2 7 30 11 Atys broke on top,-Golden Wonder (a) $2.30, 2.'
a-Flied out for Morgan in 10th. sprinted Into a w *l d 4-Gold0en.T () 2.
and increased his m
Yankees 100 00 000 1-3 he was six lengths onvTENTH CS
White Box 000010 100 0-2 held it to the finish.V 1-W aupeu U0,.60.
Errors: Carey 2, Bauer. REI' Turgot battled in second p~ a sf $Mlre .6 .20
Carev. Mantle, Carrasquel. Hunt- all the way around with Fa
er, Groth. Two base: Howard, having a slim margin which -I eo SO.
Hunter. Homers: Carey. Mantle, gradually increased In to
Carrasquel, Hunter. Double-play: stretch. : R am
Hunter McDougald Skowron. 1 ormful racing and 1em f2i-
Left on base: Yankees 4. White es were the role S ti- ue..
Sox 9. B-os on balls: Pierce 1. e same as Saturday, i Road 0 .
Ford 2, i' n 1. S.O.: Pierce 6. substantial divide UM
Ford 6. I n 1. Hits off: Ford -y Copaxa ($4%) 4 iI
6-6 2-3, "an 1-2 1-3, Kon- .M) despite
Stanty 0-I. Runs and earned.-I'*em the
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Brooklyn .. 37
Chicago ... .30
New York ...26
Milwaukee ....24
Cincinnati ....21
St. Louis .....20
Philadelphia .20
Pittabbrgh ...16


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TODAY'S GAMER
Milwaukee at Philadelphia (No
(Will be preceded by Sunday's
suspended game).
St. Louis at Brooklyn (N)
Only games scheduled.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
(First Game)
Milwaukee 102002000-5 11 2
Philadelphia 022 003000-4 7 1
Crone, Jolly, Johnson (2-21
and Rice, Crandall.
Roberts (8-4) and Seminick.
(Second Game)
Milwaukee 00 000 0-0 5 1
Philadelphia 004 000 x-4 5 0
Conley, Crone and Crandall.
Wehmeler and Lopata.
Game called at end of 6% in-
nings on account of Pennsylva-
nia curfew and will be complet-
ed tonight. Game does not be-
come part of the records until
completed.
(First Game)
St. Louis 000 0012015-9 12 0
Brooklyn 201000 100 0-4 8 2
Jones, Moford, Schultz, La-
Palme, Smith (2-1) and Sarni.
Erskine. Hughes (0-1), LaSor-
da and Campanella,
(Second Game)
St. Louis 010301001- 6 11 0
Brooklyn 00064000x-10 11 2
Lawrence (2-5), Moford, Tie-
fenauer, LaPalme, Schultz and
Brubrink.
Spooner, Roebuck (3-2) and
Walker, Campanella.
(First Game)
Chicago 100100000-2 7 01
New York 000 101 Olx-3 5 0
Davis Andre (0-1), Jeffcoat
and ChiU.
Maglie (7-3) and Westrum.
(Second Game)
Chicago 000 000 003-3 7 1
New York 000 010 000-1 6 1
Jones (6-6) and McCullopgh,
CMlti. '
Earn (6-6), Orissom and
Westrum.


(First Game)
Cincinnati 100 010 121-6 15 1
Pittsburgh 000 001 402-7 10 1
Nuxhall, Freeman, Fowler,
Klippstein (1-3) and Burgess,
Landrith.
Friend, Face, Surkont (5-5)
and Peterson, Koback.
(Second Game)
Cincinnati 000201020-5 13 0
Pittsburgh 001000000-1 9 0
Collum (3-1) and Landrith.
Purkey (2-6), Law and Ko-
back.


Bobby Woods Cops

Split Decision

Over Rocky Randell
SPOKANX, Washington, June
6- (UP)-Bobby Woods of Spo-
kane, won a split decision over
Rocky Randell of Tampa, Flo-
rida, here Saturday night In a
ZO-round lightweight bout be-
fore 2,800 fans.
Woods staggered Randell with
a right cross to the head in the
eighth round, but couldn't fin-
ih the Tampa battler.
Referee Don Frazler scored it
95 for Woods and 93 for Randell.
fudge Mel Ross agreed, scoring
the bout 97 for Woods to 93 for
Randell. But Judge Andy Hoteil
gave each fighter 89 points.

EYE8 HAVE IT


CHICAGO (NEA)-Gsor ge .
ST. LOUIS -(NEA) An eye May has put up $21000 i cash
examination and glass, made Bllprie for his professional tour-
Virdon of the Cardinals a major ments at Tam O'lhanter, Aug&
league star. 4-14.


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No Surprise


To Fred Haney


PITSBURH-(NEA -) When
Gene Freese pu*ied the "Merkie
Play" to rob the Pirates of a vic-
tory over the Phillies, it left Fred
Haney talking to himself.
Haney expects mistakes with
his young Bucs, but what killed
him on tis play was the tact that
he called timeImmedlately before
to warn his runners, about it hap-
"You both have to run it out,"
he told Frese and batter Ramon
Mejias.
It was the last of the 10th. Tom
Saffell was out third base and
Freese on first, where Manager
Haney was coaching. Mejls sin-
gled. Freese went toward second
base-watched Haney scream to
Mejlias to run the hit out. Mejias,
who was admiring his hit, finally
went to first base.
Freese didn't go to second baa.
-and the game went out the win-
dow.


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TEAMS W L' Fet.
New York ....35 15 .OO -
Cleveland ....80 18 .sX ,4
Chicago ......29 18 17 4
Detro t ...... 27 21 J3 7
Washington .3 20 27 .4A6 1
Boston .......21 30 .412 14
Kansas City ..18 30 .375 16
Baltimore ..'..15 36 .9420
TODAreS GAME
New York at Detroit
Washington at Ka city K
Only games scheduled
YESTERDAYS RESULTS
(First Game)
New York 2100000O-3 5
Chicago S00000 0OX-5
Byrne (3-1), Stur vant, Kon
stanty and Berra.
Donovan (6-2) and Lollar.
(Second Game
New York 1001000001-3 7 3
Chicago 000o10000-4 7
Ford, Morgan (3-0), RKonstan.
ty and Berra.
Pierce (4-3) and Lollar.
(First Game)
Wash. 200040000-. 10 1u
Cleveland 001 100101-4 9 3
Schmltz (4-S3 and FitzGerald.
Feller (1-2), Mos01, Wight and
(Second Game)
Wash 200000100.-3 8 0
Cleveland 000 00OO -4 8 1
Stone, Pascual (1-3), McDer-
mott, Ramos and Edwards.
Wynn (7-1) and Hegan.
(First Game)
Baltlmore 000000O0- 0 3 2'
Detroit 000 422 03-10 12 0
McDonald (2-2), Ro go vin,
Kretlow and Smith, Moss.
Maas (4-2) and Wilson.
.(Second Game)
Baltimore 102 110 100--6 11 2
Detroit 100 100 201-5 10 1
Moo. reilson (4-5), 8ehallock,
Moore, Johnson and Smith.
Zuverink (0-3), Birrer, Aber,
rrlstante and House.
(First Game)
Boston 1002001000-4413 3
iy 0000040001-4 10 1
Whlt.on, Ve. Hurd (0-3) and
Rachl, GoM.an, Soa, Boyer
(-1) and Astroth, W. Shants.


Brewer (2-7) and Daley.
Herbert (0-4), B0yer and W,
Shante. P

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46. _squnen. from lergvern- Ithr
national Vietnam armydep r t r
l rea red aof mefl am. Buiiae between"ricethem from
Sge d Ellison waed e rely d n-total war" on e OA dHAO sect dino g Spl Wo n sa Ion e Loaeitr a o bo
troops dayt traypt strong ar west Coed n eie rn, N0 0om1 ho r theat, aaa pored d-. Con.
n me then eirebel n its and captured two En from here. a dina t
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earned w hen hostmy blondes esar d ca r 01 battallond ._ or d ato Spath Care
"Thi is a yotal war of anni- changed is n mind 'fo.f Abampe. sWl lsho.
,, *-n sw r hilation" an army spokst ma m5ake no offers of set fnt o2 fub nds?" .
said as o fast-moving loyal ls powerful rival Earlser, i re. t e L
my troopsof. t m a ian-up-y si had said Diem would "force tean the
ported Premier NgoDiem drew hea truce l Ioffer t Ime g r o I
m anoosm tigtwaround four rebel atdalT e V 00 roue t nt lfil "
i Eison a battalioens at ai100d rebesa In amcht l
rft The spokesman said aetask te her o n ute on n ofe -n Ip
Ia IIOR MAN" -ld R Freeman, Jr., of Decatur, Ala, the force -of 30 ai -s uorNedo loya i o tk of eVInM A.o Ine to
at ihe ms in s th d e gpiseradu aton exe&clses -at the a U-S.,- battalions esc irce, t at rtehed r at o and bti-o.-
loi Academy at, n, poUs Md., is tarried -osn the shoulders cal sect troops of Gema. Tral Vano ffo s to reat si
%ffhis classmates at hone coicuslon of the ceremony. Freematmno oan a vt quadrang le of the a' ar, my and admintrat. wouldd
-nd the I t h mep n to receive his l a sooue other l ,SL ,, .
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wdhos broght Ewisos a-csububan homr as lraide. Oe eby am an Meialdoor a t i L a senton re beaenlf re V
to after _etion toe ploper otheks woman wo ad 1e hlebohpprenl hd the h of Calvon 0 woCleat aeo Chh plan whDN?
oThe rte husicband old e .Roer n ewpa prandaid are"resord eIt wa eHa s f and 30 wounded,A the kesman more eino~I w chis ne
Tword vr p o eHunrE o a f .H s n-eor d ran e o f 5 00o n00t e w t
t era tnadn rml Tbering alTtogethere e'Pa a d mia ran erht la nlt be.
y. i T tol'" 1 r th T e as a- do les surren deredh to d r. eay. The red w as, anediate coN-
The bulk of the rebel armyan top Ols re-
Pretty Blonde In f?;Bewdroom farfttoli.u au
h 2e otp an wage allbrd looked "e matter fur;
Su r I ll-ty P o o wa r on the ar- f er. o .. A
SIAMIJu n e 6 (UP) n dEllison, freed under $1,500 bond, charge of le t ractce of medi- my. but ii m o
Milford Ellison, w 110,0 said he merely had been giviclue will be e before a peace The spokesman said for U t A New T orl l counsel for
.mntal therapy" treatment f"Olradviee re "'friends with: mari justice June 29. tir t time eAt.ery e t e r eair force raiaoe t n elhflr
e .htii ,, llne led to charges trto ubles" and ohad never lanred lC onviction on that coul carry aoulA joined the fray, ma l _."iny 4 that It rhbably wsm lih be
practicing medicW Without a nted himself as a medical flveyea prison term f or Eo gunning retreatinh rebel col-i .enmsu to bringSuit to force
s, faced M afedera inv tig tor. whe`er m .'d o hereA ,two ye. r ag ....o. --g a k o1 n -'d
toLay for allege edly selling .. from Nl he or et. onl a cruise it o admiitfor p of eem'si l-wlStu asaheol n Deepr
l bmas from a non.exietent col-, nie sahd he was using a title he Anm.Iencrcan-balcad regubime, sOme rnl oSouyftho tateh s uc a GeorIe,
go. earned when he was awarded a it i loyal battalions stormed into Car ahi s th a m lt
-I Ph.tD.lby Western University of HiM ae yl iSUIIS rebel headquarters at Calvo l. 90 on the a a t te f a ln
TO O ROb R LEAmEles southwest of Saigon, s ughedg
SConstable George Rogers said San Diego in 195 .l hal -ao . lmesSoutwet of Sa n, hs- p
oe will turn over o federallautho .rb h na suih t as coeanr anne nord ing I wn
stndoHilR okeng BackaFor1'rMa r so thall s hereleved
S.i raid on .Ellson'sehome, where. lnyesex," said Elliason. "I'd be doh efrt im aogeaeadThat prin b eaco ie
nehbors said the 28 year old ifn I carried on the way Rogersh ,al e combined. operation of this na-I oee sai the n e U1.s poimwas
trn played host to a steadyvsaid I did. DiabIoI rolllmastierg t .had _been mounted bor edd the tf 87's priln...
Sam of attractive" young wo "Iknow quite a little a b o u t.a
o"sychology and I think it would Horseplay among a d hral The fagI WasV pron or frequently
db'a said E llison aw arded ev- be pretty odd if I didn't use m y friends w ho w ere haft rg ,- a,-on a N-r r ew0bte r e- -p a n ew pr en t Just S ide av..f dolo].e.
g*lua from bachelors of arts'I knowledge to help my friends," he automobile e In the parking o. .r 3- on o nies, uotaken ao ln W d i ae aneA b irdte
00BPms to doctorates in science added. of the American Legion nClubA e oel, ng Actuuily, It was taken on bayr a phr ot th is
Philosophy and mailed thcm He also denied neighbors, com- requited in a broken back for Van Du, led 'regular govern- Nixons honor at the Spnhnbassy at Wshnt i After thatM l added,
s W pollam alvt o E. B r., Am er noth o nagetas.obassador Jo M arla de Arell N oadwdefi st eps."
student in all parts o the na- plaints he was host to numerous W m T. Hs J a-ont forces In the ave Nixon pose behind carwewant e in s.
"I dontwthink I saw more than inthleDiblo postm aster. Withoutpausing, the ven-
Roers said Elison also hasthreeblondes and that isn't ma- About one p.m. n yesterday m nttroo thenpushe east
n ellmall-order courses in y. Halvosa and a friend, automo- ra
Otis. However. a pretty blonde hous bile salesman Jack Kerr of Pan- T he y_ 1A ,_ a nutcracker C e r Ton e" N N ote d UsP nalIncome
wever, it was an angry bus-wife was sitting in his a-ondiamawereliftind o the trear whent h eyrd
rather than a druntledtoned bedroom when the modestof a small car parked near the 0._upW ith loyal troops Hisi".
who brought Ellison=s a:-nsuburban home was raided. club .at Ft. Aador. s,,g ae VInh Long,
Muthorities. was a blonde telephoned a Miami car off th e ground, Kerr report- The ational troops then W s ng o Ra NToNJune6 A (UP)-
St l aoerwand hoseid a e W Th aare ntl ahe d I m i he t ough tkof
The irate husband told Rogersnewspaper and said those reportedly let go, while Halvoa held --
wife started divorce proceed- about Dr. Ellison are awful...He's on..Personal icoere to a now
after taking a "treatment" wonderful. .He's a real brain." ,-- . W GTON, June 6 (U1P) lawn and sipped sherry and du- record rafteof $295,600,000,000 per
.1s Ellison, who lists himself as Rogers said Ellison gave mental The postmaster "felt some- IYUnOZ Morin Gets-w.. -cleaners and. oWeli-l'bonnet. .. year IApril, the Commerce Pe-
Str in the telephone directo-therapy treatments to a man au- thin g crack and fell tothe'.#,ealmiAWe eeprtmentreporeoay.
g said .so appare tl p ities sent a to the office as a ground d h elplex.amine o. thebro s s r H o n o r la wn.l)ona ble G eor ge oof the p ":.rty "he ash T he @A april increase tontin ued
ogers said Elliso apparently patent and collected twoeWoor their amUl ma n people always vmber. The biggest part of the
itgd his callers with hypno- checks for his services. One of these by a Qll Hospital octr ande grom t- c-ge r c Iton .or thank. of latest Increase wu a result of
after estalbishing tepihper.= cheeks was in Ellison's w a II e t' ted to the hospital. Froma i o ip lma d ave. 9m9m sort. at Cn ,ruws, butmorela tpeopleefindingw fatory jobs.
Swith soft music and imm med w nen ne .was parrested.aring on the erSttba hao d tben fa roure osnue....01 a ant t- e peo e never do." -o.e-p eole findin dustrie s .
oo. wtsfmiA prelimdn aryn hearing on the vertebraaehadse f end tathiurth vAN JUAN, P.R.,. June 6 (UP) ricaii t.e historic capital am Adm. Willim .Gra.ite (ret.) particular In Industries which
Gov. Luis Muloz Marn has seemed a lUttle Ill at ease. The presented $2 to each.cleaner as produce metals, non-electrical
IUproved. a crther The00lowas the snual n. Thomas A. Lane, A The "t
Se is not the seriously aid extended to Haiti last yearpoetltco onr, said "theme "take-homeportionf
i li/t, but Is expected to be in- when that island republic was prCizens5latlanershahve the best Job In thatis pteroamhnt left over
I 1_ N '1' B k U JL capacitated for several months. stricken by hurricane "Hazel.' In holo ,of the 14 Negro 1tetet Washingn oeeeretoie at a to a recor
'_._--- --teni_ t .was. the fir.est time that a cieniwho buih the srre*s Is the_ ieneest In Wahington.'" t afIr.rost--qui rter of 1958,
Puerto Rican ch ef executive wass Thqe kcleanersklaugaed.t at a re-
.... ....*. .... .___ RI .. '-'wMarcel Fombrum, Haitian Se-er's I, said he just co least they don't have to sweep ord mt ondiv0000n 0 pe- '
TTh oug T einarIt il B Tal edI reta of State for Commerce n " up gum wrappers, bocau$1 wer h year, anth e r mo r co
AU Through The Year It Wil Te *AI/Iiik I ... and the Pesidency, bestowed were a little awk.- uw mherg.h
ot n.- l UW the Isn on the Governor, ward- f at first .the e ...-' h wa running
o...ad IYear. to ,omiea 'I _who accepted it in the nameof fa _'mfo rit fo lW fo' te f '_or it 4 aea,
A ,inf Pa o iormal.W
I~lS t5 bthe Puerto Rican people. a eWc.'m. S.o ceremony.wI =e6tup, rs. out: igher than' in March, whieh
over mad the cleanhrs alou mu h.v ourerdth
2- Running amok at Gamboa Golf BALBOA TIDES t -o I s- l the.100-D I. .K h next year." ago, henrthingseIt was
DRAMAriC iClub with another man's automo-J oldc sof d .M rs "rnk A.pup.the goodwout off at the bottom of the 1952-M
bile resulted in two fines and ai TUESDAY, JUNE 7 Hforbice' eIsm, soft drimISSIother cale *ed p.out. bmdans Slmp
THUNDERBOLT suspended Jail sentence for a man HIGH LOW eook%1L .lth was a holiday for'*the clean- Tieehighest point washan
wd,4:59a.m. 11.0Me3kof these ley didn't have to clean the
OF THE YEAR!" 1 who apparently did not know how '' UjVg on theQtuwas left to annua rate of IM2 bon dol-
-LOOK M ,,,,-. Ito drive an aunmoble. 5:00 p.m. 11:23 p.m. remaleuon the sun-dappl p. anntal rete oser8.. billiond-ol-
Seeing a car momentarily unat- lars at mid-year.
i tended on S a t u r d a y afternoon Thme porsonl'.o figural
building on an errand, Gerard W. 00eue of proprteto.
iascombe got In and drove off a- shop$ ft=W *Iarns, dvi-
3 long Stevens Place, In Gambos. de5I terat mod'rept collect;
In im time at ali the 222-year-old ed Wy' the landlord.
iPansmaiian had rammed in t o In addiionth. rising trend
parked automobiles belonging to of factory eft Poment, other
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