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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
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00767
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'reidents reconummen-
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up to 1 n three tages, 90 cetq
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Tho attempt was made to in-
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The Senate bill would put the
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Thuee workers, now earning
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appael leather, tobacco, fod
and textile Industries.

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room in Ancon toddy how she succc~ffW -
Sadvances of a tull., heaviy-bhilt sold" lSi "
S4-year-oldP famnemaian girl ablo told toi ot..ft i
to kill me." -
Evidence was mntrod ced to show thit her
tacker bit her, and inflUted deep scratches on
during a midnight struggle on and near a remote
road last April J6.
A jury composed of 10 middle-aged or near middes
aged men and two whitehaired women listened intently
the complaining witness testified against Vernon 0. Hq-
ton, charged ith attempted rope. .,'


If convicted, Helton fat
years.
Much of this morning's evi-
dence had previously been giv-
en during a preliminary kar-
nt in Balbo Magistrate's Court.
But Just before noon recess a
new witness, Joseph WillaUnn. a
Cbramal bartender, was produc-
"The 9omplainin: witness Is
Uthe elder of two sisters whore
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ic Bi Od*Jon Judge Outhrie FP. Crowe open- "I told%
SanouncedRan ed proceedings with a statement, s.esb
Sidet mer one of the l nportanee of the right
ide c trAn Albrookel t landed to trial by Jury and the duty of Lle 40
e as liaison today beside the liseman air- American. citizens to perform ea to
Scommitteecraft in which, e pilot such duty to the best of their -ea
vices. Coborn Webb| =% forced capabili tIs. wN sg
landing near n ra Sat- Actual trial began with a
furday, but We left. summary of the case by the a.
T- ihel hlnte, apt. SAtr eY who thaeh P.arai 0.
William B. been un- the g -- urS x,
P i able to reeh W pne ear- The wbed her. In" "
Sw-ahler because of ant bad Neatly dressed in a pnk

shape about 20 mler rth of Bue- snit throughout the trial tn b H
Jr.. naventura, he Was told that u rhstress, of emotional el e.
Trains Webb had left the _spot in a mo- Ocasially she smoothed
SR G.tor boat withe of making back her long, softly curled bob. ,he .aW "
t trafs e and his way to Often, she gestured with her bs= s4
W Ross An- The Norsemi was undam- hands to emphasize some point dsr
hagg of the aged tI e t eet l adding, and of her testmony. She w as O"
OlW"rR Yn WOODwas. repot fit and well the witness stand for two h _ou_&
Ur t0o7ere- Zt was noth lArnd by what Speaking in Spanish through.
psai, ex-uroutt he is udklag. to reach ,ourt Interpreter Luis0. .. Naoll ,.
Call. she told .the court that she and
her younger sister had learned
through a friend that "there
wouldbe a decentt dance" at the
Ft. Amador NCO Club.
DEFINS ATOBRNST Woodrow de Castro meets Mltchell and They eiaro ht r bus and pdte-clu
Helton an their way to the cell behind the courtroom. ther d wae served. They
sat with a Panamanian cdople,
in. Rail Strikes pa Said To B Tax Parade' nd the older ter "danced
Rail 'Strikes +um Said To Be rax Par-adwe' little." They left aroundd11 p.m.
a a state SIS of t e wi m t plans to fol- For Foreign Holding Companles Wo l. u
.pas d_ to Memawbb omuet +repre. pr o h ers sid. tat th
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bok-.to of Britain's --A financial editor said today of Illinois institute on Inter- BThey opi A ashe
.0-. e- i rall snks that Panama may have becabm national rade that mo then d get his
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The Mall Bex ise a ope nrum tpr eeders** The Passma Ameo!rit.
Ltes are received groaterlly and a handled in a wholly ceonflde
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sest'-ay LeoF tters Ipibltki. tlo the 4rwer iselved.
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ir. M typewriter,0 e back yesterday. Bent It during mango-
pesbon v to Corosi lor repair. All it neeo l a a few more _d-
jumnats to nate it A-I bus I wheedied it out of toem anyway.
Secits they don't like to o rushed down tnere.
r'ellow mPlde two trips to see it each time he tightened a
Screw, mahy lost his screwdriver and had to sena it .o Corozal.
1Ly big worry was tnat they'd tear anocer warehouse aown and
Iose infor gooa. ,Anyway, we are nact I business.
went to we Li 1-anania tne other nilnt and took in the "4:30
club. rrobably tne best aea the ai has.put out mn many moon.
une fly is tnruatCeug Wo eJoua wte ointment, taougn. 2"ne over-
2.--su comuo i' eromotg i nut excellent pianist oit the stadad to
exe.t,ie ,ieir licorice a.,.ais ior. Lne oeneia or themselves and a
Ie'f. iA,-At-piyhng oliuome; b. a r 1
iTL on tne Sar ea oi mee bar and listened to the better part
o lt a, -oua customers cumnpiam o slWiy aoour aucn carryiMf-on.
'ine panic ilaxes requesiu accomptlind by imonesary renumera-
tiqp and coes a 0iana-up joo playing meLn out. it any ot you
woud "ue to se we e mos, amazing thing in -ear-playing" scop
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you canorive e eboppers ori the stana. flght-just the kind of camppgi
eem as a though stne local teen-age motor bike triers and Reuther has sought in the pat.
thleh gangs are driving the cash customers to Aguadulce. An His people lnow he will not be ia I
acami nce o f mine up those parts tels me that tne mnera- content just to be one of the ew j
ciotial is doing sometuhng new in gringo business. Anyone be- labor coalition's 27 vice presidents.,
lieving these stories of teen-age delinquents at Santa Clara shows They know~ too, that the SouthernI .
oo sense. They are very much there, in spite of "Irate Mother." drive will be a bitter battle. A A
rv a long weekend and see for yourself Welcome to Aguadolcel But feuther for some time hai -W ho Stan a nd W ait
I note CFN is getting it again. Whether in spite of or be- b.p qes1t preparing for t h puh
Cause of Eara-a-Achin, the hili-william strain has lessened linee --wneor ne actually heads it "or
e last year. That's aomepin'... Now some wat "new so *mply pr vles the By BO RUARK
and "Davy Cockett" -- of all things. Time I see a Davy Cr 0ett stic inv, o l s an d By B _B _WR
hat 6n some of these s-called solers I'll hang up the gloves or "me of he unions Raether -- 0
bee you later will use have merged from small I I were a d ast out of school This is n no ok against dames, or "Wht's dehi't" There are
Sy- Colonel Blimp rou s into e trong uite-tueh as -which ia wiH thinking of the and there are many good wait- other water from Nairobi to Nas.
,n" ""' tie chemical and oil workers. The blghelt odtai ge-nd I had no dresses, but as all good chefs are sau wh, boh ravely, and Iy,
ATLA Tinc -sDE TENAmGER S paper, wood and furniture ualoSlreal sill at gthin paticu- malc, so should be the peop whol "ir," but a of thel m sell the
ATLE TS re working together. Reuther gave lar, I think I it aspire to he serve what good chefs cook. A same prod t.. eourtesy and
i recently had t e of pla or Teaers on the telephone union 1,60,0 dur. a waiter. A rally good one. There waitress s eithe young and pretty ince pie of craft, a incr
i recently had the plS ure of playing for Teenagers on, the ing its tough marathon walkout s money and asure and mrnat and conscious of it, or old and' happl a ID seeing an old friend
Ata s at a l-h fraternal o anizat n. Ii 2 r And mthat on, the CommuL- d y I the s, and the sy is foot-hurty, and you are conscious as l .guqt in the house.
in eowa bn. Inty hviV er s ad such ladyli tion Workers of America, insisted the Imit. of thpt. Also, dames take little These people natrally are
gentlemanly conduct, yes n sa S evening gowns, sports irto on e new lause in its peace pct If I work at being a waiter interest in food. shamefully overtipd.They
n dals i manner of et-up, Beha or? aT s so-called rowe wi h the phone copaY which I would figure oWing the jin It has been my greatgood for- iat' n ego, and also get the
coule ucst hat asnfm those Tenagdrs the other night. will b a owerful bor we. In a reasonCL shooettim r if tune to have eaten in the best and eggs right. -They brighten a d
culdtaMa much lesso om their conduct i thWis httle-atlod us tr not tat jol, a better one. And worst restaurants of the world, and serve .the steak hot. They do
a With The Horn telephone company promises that I would me a lot mre money and in any pace where food is little things about butter d
Sit will not discharge or otherwise than a college professor whie I served you, rather than picked off fresh water and fresh coffee cues
pto cross K other u Fpiel ne. The Art otIt T lis I'* is*d e beg mo re Imorat to my diges-syou came that day.
ri h 'a 1 * I Td 1 punish' any emploiy who reftases was bucn r kth top. a steam counter, the waiter has and matches that make you glad
i Irto repair or install oepo ad in America. Wt ut W iica on, tionthanhe chefs preparation. A m
communication equipment. t America and the Austal- surly, inattentive waiter c an The fadt that they are basically
A ..-J. I other words, qP e there is loans provide the worst waite in wreck my disposition and my day. paid by tips has nothing to do
obh striked o any sortIbusnthe- hewyrd-,beabst
At mic-P Wered Aiplanes, Ships a sm of any sor ob usiness- the world, eause of some sort On th other, hnd, I would with the dignity o their Job. A tip
mauaturer, of miEuidced lesling that personal rather eat by myself, under the i only a commission, so a good
+ -. T -- o he telephqaor tolerapb service i minous. I kno. of hawk eye of a reda pro, thaneat waiter is in business for himsel- ,
S l os o t'O er o0 rI no more dl.fl.rofession.tlan with Mariene Delrtoh in a place and can earn, within celta
TW na 9 C(UP.t) -a-otd Imar a fa. at i that of w I table, nob where. the walter's back was al- limitations as much or more th
thtic y Commlssl6a ter.0. onue operating with- more fla the lego, i_ e ways firmly in hmy fU. coInt hWis worth.
has informed es it is it mak-' ..abls' appeared before a 1toe out its communications. Under tbe restaurant 1iP o one. w th as my best jrinds aroutid e It. worthwile to pote 'tha
lag "rapid strides toward devel- appropriations subcommittee ynew telephone workers' contract, food and serv to match. world: first, lers; second, bar- most successful owners of resur-
oment of an atomic-powered air- is, 4stamony, made tue CIO repairreq can, and wl Mot of othe gf"ed whalerss you tenders, because I spend mere antl started aher a bus loyi
Sas result of "new ap- day, said that nearly allt he re' to pass p cket linw o run across ia Aeri e either time in their company than in or' sdlly boy, and worked p
roach" to the problem. Atomic Energy Commission' tvst the e 1 nt. foreign-born or Amerei Negroes anybody else's company. to a point whre a kind word fs
- 'he advance was disclosed to- new plant capacity will be iper. The C.Communication Work- with a great sense of pride in a There s a -tw6-way cordiality treasured fro* the highest and
day in hitherto secret congression- action next year. ers Vion patllched ews of this difficult Job wll done. The white between a good customer and a mightiest. I know a director of
al testimony by Chairman Lewis I clau, to l otber unions in a American, generally, when he is good Walterthat exceeds diplomat- public relatidos for a huge hotel
. Strauss and othea AEC offi- He asked the subcommi ttee ,r lt hulletla forced to Vwr a waiter, seems i courtesy. A waiter in New York who tarted aa a bus boy. One of
eials. i$947,458,0000n new funds forajuk- ..I jst s r r r is pepal to be p onasly inulted, and it calls me "Boss." call him ou best wrt Ludwig Bemel
They also revealed plane f or lang fissionable, matesla i Sthts e J many Southern business- forced to worn as a waiter, seems "Bosn" too. There is a waiter in mans, was. a waiter. Toot' Shor
more than a 16 per cent crease fiscal year starting uly 1. men d co nnmn ties are sett to be personaly Insulted. and it Costlo's on Third Avenue named was a bouter
j atomic proauetiop, Including This would b a 40 per cent in- f.ght it f.t, ough ov reflects in ts h service. We remove Emil who is kissed on the cheek It ,ms t. ome to be a fine
t a 0 per cent boost in a- crease despite reduced production te battle ttul is on. Sm waitresses Irom consideration by Mama when she infrequtly prof e lbaly overlooked ip
Season, costs. les in Misslssippi, Alanbama, de here. There never was a woman comes to New Y6rk. There is a te prmppo tunity-ift only for
S. Wje i" d the a he s d n,1gia and Tennessee have passd in my book, who should be allowed Mexican w ait er I Texas wbo the fct that .as tips somehow
eace tine els, the o He also asked $271,148,000 for la against union organiers had to serve food professionally. says, "Hola, Roberto, quo hay?" escape he&y (come tax.
elals reported that the Oik Ridge, weapons, a 44,700,000 increase. the courts have wared the labor ------- -
Tena." laboratories "have succeed- The commission's total operati- pple to stay out.
d ,in usi sunlight to make syn- ing request was $1,04,00000. 1al of these olo i t I I l AatI Fsir
tie o without using green reporting the rapid strides to. of ancery Jdge R ofU .N A tom i C air
. This cottld pave the way ward an atomic plane Strauss l Faseitavlle, Tenn. On Ar.
die te d.n his careful y screen d the second day of ti A
telmonyithat dentists a have Garment Workers Union l9 Peter Edson
made Is i -ats"lan rst a there, the judge ruled that
m sign i f Wrurei ? GarmeV and SY Peter Edson
through" In their re ch H. trilrl, rd, sympathisers and
asked $37,000,000 for te project, relative could not com within -
nearly double thIs year's funds. 1,000 feet of the struck plant.
nearlyAs d e ts oon as the inJunction was WAS NTON (NEA) The back to the United States in ase will be read. There will be iul-
AEC general manager K. Issued, 41 strikers were arrested United National international con-of war. taneous translation' in four la
Fields said a "new a roneh" bah while Ptanding across the street erenee on peaceful uses of atomic In addition to this reactor shed, guages. Much of this will be In
been found. is exlaton w from the plant On the third day energy, opening at Geneva, Switz- there are 4000 square feet of ex- language so technical as to be l-
striken from the record. of the strike the udge decreed rllald, AUlg., I shaping up as a hibit Wpace where the official dele- comprehensible.
om reco that the "defendants, their attor- st pendos '"O newed fl air' or galtion of the attending nations In addition, hundreds of papers
Srau, .l -ad in .... ney, agents apd abettors" were "intelleetial l like any-lcae e whatever they have to not read will be printed d di
StrauM s also said !'increasIng ny tw unlike any 'can wn a dl
attentiol Is in maintaining a strike headqu rters thl ever e i s really no room- at tribute. Attending contri
attentoll l d nall veselsd on a in the baw ed ara. e r. Tere w hundreds of sa- h. have bee invited to abmit tile
He said the "ultimate promise deed the iul to vacate ake etta a dance. Eight-four I S. Information Agene and abstract f pPadli they wiah
Is propulsion units r ships of he adurters b ediately and not country b invited to snd exhibit on "Atoms to present.
all sizes tno prmit .n e tis to tabllhb 'ol ber headquarters delegations. OVer 0 have accept- T which has been seen by American scieMit.shave alir-
force to operate atfulel ped withp 1.000 feetiany direteo." ed a i of people in mapy dy turned in 100 and m -hI O
without refueling ling fr an Indefai l ISome of the plInt. workers live At least three Iron Curtain coun. frtrontWies, takes more space been cleared. Theoy e fm i-
without refueling for an indefinite vd w he a, Y wr os Atp
period. with that 100 f tries will be tbare-Rusia,. Czech- then at. At Geneva, this exb- versities, govemiaet
circle. Th families oslovaki anid Poland. bit w be open to the general and private dustry research a-
Dr. John S. Bu hr, director of d moved There wllbe a stable fringeof down town at the eneva dentists.
AEC's biolo y an medicine d vi- with nt pale. business promoter types kibitzing oton IRal. I Russia has submitted 100 tit
ia reports d i o an th^me n Thehr tfsb ordlnanc- about, eager to pick up any scraps Great Britain 100 and FIrnce e
si, reported on the use of % in other otbmaltles. of rermatl hat mit lead to This being the general space sit- There will probably be gh -
Shis could m. Ultima^Union w prove a ood rvate eote ria deal. nautioe, Gordon Molesworth, a for- terest in the Russ=ia papers. T
Sd r ase man rm her ula One o the nteresng ilelight meriemploye of the U. S. Atomic will reveal how much or how
e ace on liv ing plts Twh e that RSter wants of the early plan the sor n y Commission at Oak Ridge, the Communist sleatt
food d t el ource fIt. -" of how one youag AA ican enter- Tem., got the idea that Ameri-about the a a o
f ood ad m t fuel. = priMer, Gordoa MolesWOrtb, ha can manufacturers might like to In general, the sbljt wilr'
ST_____ 'W put over a separate commercial show their goods at an atomic er three main iel
NEW W AI, U)_ exposition for American manuac- trade fair. The economic aspects of atoic
ohNEW Yurko S1 6 ha eVtut oft alehinery, equipment On his own he made a flying trip energy production. What It eosts.
.found a bottor me e t8e d VupPt aed un the produc- to Geneva, contracted for more Where me raw materials are ani
od ace he wor o an exca tion tio of -amne ener. eexbt space, came back to New the supply availA l
ipEllehll ..he wok never The actual U.N. conference is to, Y lad in no time at allUhad re- The future of-,atoenfd
eachday, but the hole a ber be held at the Palais des Nations to American exhibitors. What it can ds An m a=diam ,
l..e.ed th.t o hadbeend out at 'the edge Of Geneva in te I o atomic weapons and no ato- culture, nutrition, researmth ad in
.learned that to the" hole old League of Nations ground. mic energy processes that are dustry.
sh oveling dirt back wnt hom e The Amerilan low-power, ten- secret, of course, will be on dia- The hazards of atomic eMer L.
each night after Mjuro wern l. L kilowatt reactor will be buit un. l t Geneva. Protection of tioe pulle and,41
Slder a tem r shed out there. of the big assignments at posal of wastes.
It will show the scientists from t 8. Atomic Energy Commis- Dr. I. I. Rabi, U.S. represent'.
other countries who have never l. headquarters in W iasngton tve on the u.N. Ittee arrang-
been near a phain reaction, just noawtlthe clearing of IformAi Ing the G.e _e
Ai _.. .how one works and is control lled to presented by the U. S. r. ore L. rl
SAfter the ecuference, this reac- is 'dwue o a der new aning to,
Buriicffood, too.Royal ntar will be e dto the Swiss gov- alI1dlo the revised l. le itew in
Puddinrs richinrneeed | erament and a deal will be madd / law t-i lM. .f 1 4.
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chbxe Aw"th wa ioug business, Tham w I
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gre wor amo, aIs car- e ta k .
#ti*ly gone l-out orusines*. Abi ne m
"s Mars. Hobby, woo mwgat av cut.Yet
m3 e in WSAlient seretary oiI. at "i
wq fliat.*, atm a ) uWO eaW" tul Fortu1ane
.'a aoot pimotbwhealma, edu. the 5 aropra-T? ov ,
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an allotted to Uners
"O ri fior nstancie, re some pitals dol implartn
quetalud wIca go to me near o01 arch. They s a not a '
jSf. nuwoL) A reMOr,, alu wAL a Agovernment But MSy
lps'alan committee should seemed a id aei g
1 e y:cused of promoting soui-m la
didA rs. bobby increase I cin.
t =mouB of rat drop s per-
be a grai for heasan o. 5. Why dMAl e. I bllft a
men administration on stad eagass
mima, Y i bepan a campaign .d. +i t. Ad '
to, snset gra i can and grm Th isinn. .i t il. 1
elevators in urder to clean evil which the feder g
l xd at manure. out of the wheat up matching my t he l
ut f T America ^ Public." t build ba eed i
carloads of what were Mrs. Hobbythotl gh
peized as having as axces of rat promote o lth bi
tooppings, Mr aby, actingwefar e ]Ad d^r
wita decritary df Agriculure Men- tblais i
son wiped out the f1runan order ti -'
on May 1, 195a.
TWA was done over the protest R Wh did MrA. u t
oI o fe ood na Drug. Aiumi.s- cut th e -chqeI cB3. l
itatio and the bakers of the Unit-fi. .am t-e cem'i i
d states. Botoppoa er vigor- federal areas by $100,,
ouaiy. However, Ura. Hobby aban-
doned government mn1peo1on#. oi' A lsowhy did she for two ears
a ndm and took the wora of the big oppose any school bill until this
Srievator operator .at tey y"ear be ameevident that N-
WoBl:.. ..s ...Vo ..tarI' ..p. ess ould force her had f She
system, incuientaily, that sne hasu act
ued for the distranution of 801k These are just a few questions
Va ne. te or.. t .. that a conpesiional committee
Wh-o gave the order to amba- ought to' develop in detail, not only
don gove..~napt apecs for rat to ascetain the mistakes,.of the
doff in o ast but to make suft Mu. Hob.
.1-eavey 'ertwhmger of Minnea- successor dee n't o., n as
Poils, coalrMa of te Republican if" e were secretary of moere
a Ul uFinance .Um^ i rather than secretary bf health,
lunced with Ie. and discussed te education and welfare. L
g1nwIpec b rP am just -
S- T* The _ajent of Halt, ,*.
TJ Is = h. m t k 'cation, lare is" the
i i r* tiftor a con-. department govesumer
riional dlt9k W to gt tWe throat tMO sBoome 1 60 1
Iadef facts.- eat Mnd' sp rtsn OVern
3. *tlo tried to fire two food sad m en fu -- A p' '"
dug. offelals keeuse they lsi t' health service, doun aUy
eon gran lWspection. by Alexander Hamilt~O, o waso
John L. Harvey andg M. R. Ste- n't exactly a believer In a welfare
phen' or rood and urug aroused state .
the opposition of the Dig grain
lobby, whicn demanded that lMrs. What it needs Is a cabhet cheM
Hobpy give them the ax. For a who will operate it as if "e or ae
time Mrs. Hobby was on the verge were proi not ashamed to Work
of firing them. Then Secretay forth welfare of th era
Wegi' tiring of Dr. Allen Astin peo, .e.
as director of the Bureau of Stan- .
dads caused such a -furor that .
nothing happened.
',Aee men were only trying to
do their duty as guardians of thp '
health of the American public, yet
Mrs. Hobby seriously considered
drong them. Apparently she e
w. ~..t much interested in the
Conmresa should ascertain how
Mrs. olbby's successor feels o
this estion.
4. Fjd wot bow much rat maa-
mr iwm a- m s W* furmNled mum
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"We who vote for this know that ine, Va., favoring the proposal, about 300, The new handle defies rust,,
es will be bbed in the said "it will take long years to The Southern church, whibh rot ad-'deterioration. It's balane-
i e bean it is not work out this matter in a Chris- split from the Northern hrapeh ed~ite'a way as to help reduce
wigh our people" de-tia. spirit." with the start of the War Between fatigue by the home handyman or
v ee Ja of. Rev. John Hill of Texas C it y, the States, last year voted down carpenter. (Fayette Plumb. Inc.,
C. ; Tex., said, "the real Issue is the a proposaluto unite with the other Philadelphia, Pa.)
Swe not here to please difference between enforced and two. -
It .l p go.0 r" .. eed, a portable garage for the
y come Th | S family auto?
g.a spo Florida Negro Leaders Told Za ..coatednyl-on ".
rage" which unfolds over the car
tatement f policy which like a convertible top offers the
nassembly rv aoo a o i, latest development in weather pro-
Only.oIthis nort -IDesegregation In Local Hands i-ecion
e. t affirmed "that The fabric is attached to a fold.
.reg ation of races sI -- ing frame of tubular steel held
i .na s th olo and TALLAHASSEE, June 9 (UP)- now, Immediate, during the pres- arehlike by two center posts driv-
s iht the curch re. State school Supt. Thomas D. Bal- ent, Rodriguez said. "While the en Into the ground .You merely
I to -cltural te should ley told Florida Negro leaders to- court has not set deadline for drive your car under the arch and
,6 cafther than ferlow." day the problems of desegrega- the conclusion, it his unequivoca- pull down the cover over the front
S rged inartthat "the local tion are now in the hands of local bly &at a deadline for the begin. and back.
es admitersons tomem sebool officials and "there isn't ning of such a program, that dead- th. ..
bership.and felowip .^ .withoutanythinj else I know of anybody line being now." leader wetign onl pounds, te
"er nd ol -w-hu -T can do.' The two'Negro leaders proposedtire unit folds into a compact
b yo Merd in. a three-point programs to sek a package for traveling. The "car
sthPresbotery of Merndrn Bailey turned away a demand conference with iley and other castle' alsois designed for per.
till., the Presbytery of Central by NAACP leaders that state offLi state education leaders to work sons living a new home develop-
MS andfei od oft a tssi p las tart plans Immediately for out specific' methods of approach ments without garages.
S.he"d their objections at t Negroeana wte ttend the to he presented to the counties; to
S' suppo same schools, work to insure future employment The high-strength car cover re-
gran L f Christian relay "This isnot a matter for the of Negro teachers, and to start a sists all types of weather, include.
.tihe &asa ofsued r.s r o a State Board of Education," Bailey drive to make Negroes "more cog- ing salt air, and remains pliable
tiSMa in assumed therolsie o said. "Both the U.S. Supreme nizant of their responsibilities of even at 30 degrees below zero.
tempting to direct 'the conscience Court deeree and an act passed citizenship, voting, and moral and (Stines and De Met Manufactur-
s members. in social aM di by the 195 Legislature leaves the education uplift." era Associates, Glenview, Ill.)
alm matters. the Merid ai matter squarely in the hands of Fordham and Rodriguez threat-
b asLated in a orm local authorities." ened to go before the c o u rts if Ultrasonic waves-which have
beliv that n di "peaceful democratic arbitration frequencies too high for the hu-
__We do not believe tat an Ii- William A. Fordham, president, fails." man ear to- catch-are used in spe-
and Francisco A. Rodriguez, spe- But Bailey said that until local clal transmitters to foil bank rob-
-- r cial countl of the Flora hap- school boards set up bi-racial com- bers.
mill ter of the NAACP, aId ina~ mittees to study the matter and
lengthy statement that the hih g deal with any problems that arise The waves, sent out by con-
court last week decreed that the "there isn't anything else I know sealed transmitters, trigger an
states make a "prompt and rea- of anybody can do." alarm on the slightest movement
Ssonable start toward full co 0m-I He pointed out the last Legis- in any protected bank area. This
gip TgJVK J pliance" with the 1954 ru-ing a. lature enacted a law giving local signal goes automatically to the lo-
S. against segregation of the races in school boards complete and final cal police station.
public schools. authority to assign pupils to the
By OSWALD JACOT "The term prompt. .m.e a n s .,'hools for which they are beat The device primarily protects a
WTittes ot NBA Service fitted. bank during non-operationg hours,
SS Bailey said the entire problem a key target time for bank ban-
.S tl JN ewsI probably would be discussed at a dits. The average-size bank would
S"" meeting of county school superin-lrequire two or three transmitters.
NORT --- tendents in Gainesville June 16-18. (Diebold, Inc., Canton, 0.)
442 Brownie members of the Girl
SJ 32 Scouts Uliving on the Atlantic
*X1094 aide of the Isthmus will beat-
wSW *J ES tending day camp to be held Restaurant "KOOL SPOT"
EsAS at Ft. Gulick. "CamnpFors, Gu-
69875e 6QJ10 lick" will open July 5 and close
9 K Q 6e 9 A 10 4 July 9, and will be attended by 3, 4th of July Ave. (Opposite Ancon Post Office)
87 r*Q32 Brownies from troops In Coco
.6 864 solo r4 Ft. oulick, oa- New Chef Moderate Prices
5OOTH (D) tun az4 Mrgarita.
VN .I 'Ab veu ,, S PECIALTIg
**~ ^ ~fthe canmpt, be demonstration ..
A -. and experience ip the fields of TUESDAY. CORBINA BONNE FEMME
4 AK Q 9 handicrafts, simple campcraft .DIH SAI TY
Both sides vuL naturestu4d, games, singimg arnd FRIDAYS CODFISH, SPANISH STYLE
uth West North t dancing. Hours for the camp SATURDAY: CHICKEN, HUNTER'S STYLE
14i pass P ass have been set from 9 a.m. to 3 SUNDAYS: RICE MARINIERE
Opening led-* Atlantic side Brownies are re-
__ minded that they may register
for the camp with their troop
S. leaders; registration deadline Is
"It's easy to see how you win June 24.
bridge tournaments!" was the
comment of an opponent after the Mrs. Faith Brundage is the
play of the hand shown today. It director of the Day camp with
wasn't a compliment, because theMrs. Ruth Redmond acting as
opponent thought that -we had her assistant. Mrs. Evelyn *Trot-
more luck thia bruins. tier, council camp committee
As yol& can see, my partner chairman is coordinating the
jumped. to three no trump with- program for the camp.
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per in hearts. The opponents took
their four heart tricks, and
wq then took the rest.
he opponents pointed out that
for all we knew they might have
betn able to take five heart tricks,
or even more. That we might be
unable- to make three no-trump
but might be cold for game
9 or even slam. in clubs or dia-
monds. That a rebid of two spades
would enable us to explore all
of these possibilities. And so on.
We did indeed win the tourna-
ment, and bidding of this kind
helped us win. The point is that
there are times when it pays to
abandon "scientific" bidding.
If South bids two spades and
eventually winds up in no-trump,
both, opponents have been invite
to lead hearts. They should South
invite the very lead he wants to
prevent?
The jump to three ho-trump has
a fine- chance of getting a spade
opening'-lead. If the hearts are
5-3, the opening leader may well
have the three hearts rather than
the five; and he will then lead
spades unless he has been warned
away from that suit by a "scien-
tifle, bid. If the hearts are 44,
game in no-trump is at least as
good as game in a minor.
-The danger of missing a slam
needn't be taken too seriously
either. It is always possible
to miss a lucky slam, no matter
how you bid. It North has more
than 10 points, however, he will
think about a slam after the jump
to three no-trump. That jump, af-
ter all shows about 21 or 22 points
and will not keep North quiet If he
has 4 good hand.


Furnh unurMormaiiun on u"amp
Fort Gulick" may be had by
phoning Mrs. Brundage, 3-28661
or the Girl Scout office, Balboa
1350.


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Both .o ptailroad Train,
me pte today it wIll
ask the a r reaorads for -a
$2.50a-day wage boost for 15,.
000 members.
Union Pr WdMent P. Kennedy ,Dr


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mally to more than 3000 railroads
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To Apply For, itizenship

SSN. Nov., June V to mratlon e-
Singer Dick Rayes, 'who eee* . astgation, a process
*ly beat a government attempt to l th normally requires it o
throw him out of the cO t, flew three to four months. Then a t--
*here from Hollywood today to ap- alpetitln for citimnship mupt
ply for American eitisueahip. be fied.
The 36-year-qld Haymes, a na- This step, however, must await
of Argentina, said ha wanted to final settlement of Haynme' .pres-
be a citizen of the United States eat difficulties with the govern-
"more than anyone dver wanted tieat.
an,'thing." The crooner and b is actress
wife, Rita Hayworth, are legal I
The singer and his Los Angeles residents of Nevada with a reli-
attorney, William Mayock, went dance at nearby Lake Tahoe.
into an immediate huddle with mThe Imigraton Service long
J.Reno lawyer Williani Kane who has sought to deport Haymes to
will handle the Nevada end of the South America because, the gov-
proceedings. ernment claimed, he used his alien
, They met later with Robert status to avoid military service
Pierce, Immigration Service offi- during World War II.
cer for Nevada, to fill out a n d
sign the lengthy form required of When taymes flew to HawaJl in
a ersong desiring citizenship 1953 during his courtship of Miss
is application t en will be HayWorth, the lbhmigration Serv-
!ice cracked down with a deprta-
tion order on the technicality that
LUCKY, UNLUCKY he had not applied for a legal re-
entry permit after leaving the
MAXWELL, Neb. -(UP) country.
When Niels Cannersgard's pickup A federal court in Washington,
truck went off the road on his 71st however, recently ruled be was
birthday, he escaped injury. But "not deportable" because a trip
vhen he walked across the road to from the mainland to Hawaii did
get a fence post to help pry the not constitute leaving the eoun-
truck from the ditch he slipped, try.
tell and broke his left leg. I The government is expected to
appeal the decision.
This morning in Hollywood,
M Haymes said he world like toelar-
ify the record regarding his war-
time military exemption. I
He said he tried twice to get
into the military service, but both
L Times was. classifiedd 4-F due-to a l
Slc2 heart condition. He admitted he1
did. ask for exemption once in 1944
Because of a "family crisis" snr-'
rounding the birth of his secondI
^s *chil.
I B $"When the emergency was -
ver," he said, "I withdrew the de-
When so"m f ferment
esns whtewthelr "It was the 4-F classification,
re ;eZ not the aeiemption, that kept me
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aster. Phillp Yazdzik of Olipbant, Pa., adds to his laurels by
consuming 81 hot dogs for a new hot dog-eating record. Yazdzik,
Who recently set hamburger, fried chicken and pancake eating
mnarks, performed this latest feet at a Cambridge, Mass., drive-in.
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Doglau, right. It's just a job. She's a casting director for her
moducer-aetor husband. Kirk Douglas. With her, is one of her
elections, Elsa Martinelli, a recent Italian Import. Elsa is cast
with Douglas in his frst independent movie, "The Indian Chief."


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g A.n r ta MaKrpy, renowned bates expot. MeKray ik pointing out in-'
tilN of bttea" to, left to right, Mrs. Bdwina Headley, Mrs. Virginia Gor-
d aroth, Mrs. Helen Par sensr and Mr. Maylene Harvill.
SPasams tie Corps members of the Pana- Diplom tic Tea
B.lrthda manian government and high of- For Mrs. Fabrega
Queen Eliza- the Minister of Foreign Relations,
bhAmabassador Invitations have also been issued was guest of honor at a tea given
to s. Ian Hender. to representatives of the British by the Ladies of the Diplomatic
Section at 11:30 Commonwealth communities to a Corps at Hotel El Panama yester-
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iU-JWS Armea orcea bervice
UtN Or on Monday, Jtin U1t & aY
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an Jamaica. nrd B u ach
Sofer tae commentary.
I4 .ry personnel ap theli
amese, and the public.-bota of
te Canal Zone and the Republic
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Frt Clayton Wives
T're sort uaytmo Officers'
Wives Club wl bold their regular
ausnes meeting and rofLee on
W~aU y, June 15 at v:3U a.m.
the'-r Clayton Otficets' Club.
n members a n d prospective
member are encouraged to at-
tend. Hostesses will be Mrs. U.
Fish, telephone number 87.4225,
hnd Mrs. T. F. Honn; telephone
number 87-2284, who should be
contacted for reservations prior to
noon 'luesaay.
wers present at the tea.
iauquet To Honor
V. k,. W. Visitor
In honor of Mrs. Thomas F.
Hoz, of aholadeipnia,' ra., Na-
tional President ot the Ladies Aux-
liary to the Veterans of 'oreign
Wars of the United States, is vis-
iting tne Canal Zone for lour
days, the Frank P. Albrook Post
wuL give a Banquet t te Albrook
Officers' Club, Friday at 7:30.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lacy, President
of the post is active in making tne
arrangements for the affair.
Victor Herr
Leaving for Further Studies
Mr. Victor Herr, Director of
Music at the Balboa High School
leaves today to attend the sum-
mer session of the University of
Colorado, where he is continuing
his work on his degree of Doctor
of Education. He will return to
Balboa in August for the opening
of the school term.
Mr. And Mrs. Woodrew DeCastro
Announce Birth Of Son
Tuesday at the San Fernando
Clinic a son was born to Wood-
row. and Luna De Castro. The boy,
their third child has been named
Phlip Elias. David and Rachel
complete the to.
(ContLnae on page 7)

V Bi b le


At Saint Luke's
The annual V4cation Bible
School of the Cathedral of St
Luke (Episcopal) In Aneon, will
begin Monday morning and con-
tinue through Friday, June 24.
Meeting each day at 9 a.m., and
continuing through 11:30 a.m.,
the school will include religious
training, singing and handwork.
Courses will be offered in the
kindergarten (not less than age
four) through the tenth grade.
Registration in each course Is
limited, and parents are urged
to call the Cathedral office 9 2-
3655, 2-3217) this week to make
the proper reservations. The fee
will be $1 Der child.


o mMichael &aw am. Ju
uil Rodolfo g

The installation of fficr
will take place at th rter
the Hotel I Pagan Goevaenly
of Jnl o 15.'
20-30. is a serviceI tib for
young men between the ages of
30 and 35. International head-
quarters for the club ale located
at Sacramento California, and

trial Amberca and Cuba.
Lionel MOles of the Panama
Rotary c lub I. advisor to the at
cal 20-30 chapter.

Ecuador, Chile,

Peru Reject World

Court ArbItrafton
LIMA, Peru, June #f-(Up)-
Chile, Peru and Eculator have
rejected a U.8. suggestion that
they let the World Court deride
the legality of their arbitrarily-
proclaimed "200-mile limit," it
was,announced today.
The Foreign Ministry said the
three South American nations
sent identical notes to Wa3hlnx-
ton turning down the idea of
arbitration by the World Court
but agreeing to discuss their
claims with U.S. officials.
The three nations, seeking to
monopolize the rich fishing
grounds of the Humboldt cur-
rent, claim the right to levy
tribute on any foreign fishing
boat caught operating within
200 miles of their sores. Co-
lombia has been reported plan-
ning to line up with the neigh-
boring nations.


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BUNCH DANCE
From 11:30 a.m.
in the Air-Conditioned Balboa Room.
Complimentary cocktail, choice of
marvelous menu for only $2.25. Azcarraga' J
organ music for dancing until 2:34 p.m.
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Call ,- I i ,
-Call Ma, 8-1660,
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AGES 4 11
There is still time to register for 3 months of summer
Tumbling. Classes start June 8th at Balboa Y.M.C.A.
Ages 7 11 Meet Monday and Wednesday 11:00 a.m.
Ages 4 6 Meet Tuesday and Thursday 11:00 anm.
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PHONE 2-1751


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Phone Panama 2-0552


HARNETT & DUNN
BALLROOM DANCE STUDIO
HOTEL EL PANAMA, SUITE 111
5 to 10 p.m-Adult. Pro-teem
r Teenager. ByI appointment onlv.
Maorni......... "n 2-4239
After 5 p.m.... PaNma 3-1660

Cural Zone Dental PolycnIlie
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Boy D.D.8.
De twro-bridge work-4n braslve
Gene rralrctice
lveno (tr of Jul) Ave Neo. IA
gtWelto Anone hoeol Pareomad)
. Telephone 2-2011--rm.


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Packenr Shippers Mvers
PhnesM 2-2451 2-2562
Learn Ridian at t '
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
'iding r Jumping deIds deliv
I to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
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-* Match-Stick Bamboo
Drapes
SVenetian Blinds
A. Traveee Curteain
Gla-or Wood Jalousies
Cl 2-3063 or 3-Q04
.t ntiuMte Given Withant
S ObllBatlon! .j i 1
Distributed by
'dutrs do Mader -
Central Ave. (between Kodak
bJllding & Fifth Ave. Store).


C. S. CAR OWNERS!
This is I year to buy a Conni-
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policy.



CONTINENTAL t .
CASUALTY MPi
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Sms bnsurane Compear, las.
K(Brneh Office)
Ho. IS Tivol Avenme
Plebo Panami 2-881
(Aacrs from Ancon Pst Office)

ANl LATTFN SCHOOL OF DANCE
ealtme elasses In Tap. Acrobatic
and Ballet.
S ylton: Monday and Thursday
S3:3a.. heslnning June 3.th,
SBuIldlair I, Youth Center.
seU: Tuesday and rriday 3:30 p.
M., beinninr June I4th. Coeoll
SClubhouse. Boy's clam In Tap and
SAcrrehtle. Phone Bl. 2-4415.

I Meetings

S NM.. OLYMPUS LODGE
Olympus Lodge No. 559,
OW, will hold its regular
ear nomination and elec-
Iofficers at Court Wallace
Hall tomorrow night. All
rs in good standing are
ted to be punctual in their
tUance.


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-Maple finish couch
and matching chair $35. Phone
Balboa 3488 or house 3264-A
Empire Street.
FOR SALE:--One Kelvinater 9-
cu. it. refrigerator, one Estate
stove, $200 for both two single
Hollywood bods with innerpring
mattrsses $80; one solid ma-
hogany dining room table and 6
chain $10; ono china closet
Solid mahaeanyl $80; one
youth bad $30. All in excellent
condition. Nicaeor Obarrie Ave.
No. 23, Apt. 3, Anayonsi Apts.
FOR SALE:-Brand now dining
room set upholstered, I chain,
table, china closet. buffet. Bar-
gain. Panama 2-2823.
FOR SALE:-One large mehog-
any dining table and 4 chain.
Good condition. 125-A Peraiso,
C.Z. Phone 4-303.


FOR SALE:- 60-cyle washing
machine, eas water heater, four-
piece plastic covered living room
set, four-burner gas stove, sin-
gle metal bed with spring and
mattress. play pen. 44th Street
No. 22, Apt. 4. Panama.
FOR SALE:-Living room, dining
rom furniture Ibrand new and
reconditioned) in sets and indi-
vidual pieces. Take advantage of
our new easy payment plan! We
deliver now without Down Pay-
ment! Household Exehange,
National Ave. 41. Tel. 3-4911.
FOR SALE:--Smell Craslay ra-
frigerator, 25-cycle $60; me-
hogany coffee table $25; two
green blinds $2. Phone 2-2183.
0805 Plank Street. Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Kenmore washing
machine. 14 months old, 25 or
60-cycle motor. $80; Zenith
console radio w/3-speed chang-
. r $75. CaH Ft. Gulick 88-902.


:-Help Wanted


WANTED.-General housekeep-
or; sleep-,4 Knowledge of Eng-
lish. Brin rarefences. Jose Ga-
briel Duqbe 11. Le Cresta.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE---1950 eep "Lend
Rover." perfect running condi-
tion. Can be een at "La Mo-
derna" Euo Gas Stktiol on 50th
Street, Bella Vista.


MISCELLANEOUS
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031 ANCON. C..
"MODELOS" has lust received
Sweater sad Bloeses in the lat-
eat style. "L Postal," Central
Ave. 13-142. Phone 2-2814.


FOR SALE:-1953 Buick with
outomstc ransmision and le. Ft SA
of extras. $1495. Tel. 33-7144. S L
FOR SALE:- 1955 Ford hard. Miscellaneous
top. only 2000 miles,. big dis.
count for cash, small trade ec- FOR SALE:-Leoving. Steinway
cepted. Make effer 86-6223. Baby Grand Piano /o, built for
the tropics. Perfect condition.
FOR SALE: -4- 1951 Chevrolet Call 3-3452.
Station Wagon. all metal body,
4-door. 3-ponenaer. fully a- FOR SALE:- Philco air-condi-
quipped, excellent condition. tion it /. 'Fie years uoere-
Will sel to first reaoable cash tee Cheap. "La Postal," Conral
offer. Albrook 5219. Ave. 13-142. Phone 2-2814.


FOR SALE:-Fordor Chevy '48.
Looks good. tires perfect, color
black, excellent-mechanical con-
dition. See i at 2557 Cocali -o
phone 25-3111.
FOR SALE:-1955 Ford 2-door
Sedan, blue with vinyl uphol-
stery. 3000 miles. till within
Factory Guarantee, $1900; 193 8
Nosh Sedan, body very good.
runs perfect. Plenty of spare
parts, extra motor, rear end,
transmission. etc., 100. G. W.
Cunningham. house 1604, Apt.
4. Old Cristobal.
FOR SALE:-1942 Packard con-
vertible. perfect mechanical con-
dition. Call 130. Sterling Ga-
rage. Colon.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles
FOR SALE:-Wisser motor bike
as is $25. Call 25-3111.
FOR SALE: 24- feet Cabin
Cruiser. Completely equipped for
fishing, including refrigeration.
One of the cleanest and most
seaworthy boat in the Zone.
No. 234 Balbo Yaht Club.
Phone Kobbe 5207.


Queen. Elizabeth
(Continued from Page 1)


l elt t of l eomotive ED-
'td to.A4eeties
USAF .,dero ols

a diosa; peciic es, butte
Is ']BL on agreed in effect.to drop its
an i-BO b harge that the government ad
s -W I eneged.on promises.'Blade I.rtl
TOCYO,.V R -(P-Long- threat. The'-gvernment charged
rang U.s. Thunderjets designed in -turn that' the. union had "mis-
to carry ato c bombs and pre- represented the government posi-
pare to fly "maximum effort tion.
missions" now are based on For-
mosa. the U S. Far East Air Robertson advised Labor Minis-
IForces disclosed today. ter Sir Walter Monckten Tuesday
that he considered the union's
A task xqrce of the fighter- "bad faith to be a "major ob-
bombers landed on the Nation- stacle in the path of settlement.
alist-held Island vesterdsv from By recantmg its charge, the u-
Okinawa. an Air Force an- union brightened the prospects for
nouncement said. It said the early settlement of the strike.
planes-the number was not dis- The government described yes-
closed-'in minutes were csna- terdays talks as "opening discus-
ble of flying a maximum effort'sions rather than negotiations.
mission."


These Thunderjets can carry
an atom bomb a distance equal
to that between New York and
Moscow. They are designed for
refueling in flight.
Four 6f the Thunderjets set
a new non-stop record for jet
fighters by flying 4800 miles
from Japan to Australia last
month.


Eden was reported holding firm
to his position of "no cash settle-
ment under duress. He has re-
fused to negotiate with the strik-
ing railmen until they call off
their walkout
The sinokeless chimneys of a
number of big factories, unable to
obtain materials because of the
strike, dramatized the need for a
quick settlement


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FOR RENT:- Warehouse. First
Street, Perejil. For information:
Phone 3-4106 or 2-1828.
FOR SALE:-Pureabed BOXERS,
AKC registered. One female,
years; one male and one female.
7 months. ''L Chose," 5007
Juan Dies Road, near entrance
to Old Panama.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS FLOATING
EQUIPMENT FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in pub-
lic, will be received until 10:30
a.m., June 16, 1955, in the of-
fice of Superintendent of Store-
houses. Balboa, for sale of launch
U.S. DOVE located at Aids to
Navigation Section. G at u n;
launches U.S. BASS and U.S.
SHARK; lighter BARGE No.
221, silt BARGE U.S. 20. hop-
per BARGE U.S. No. 118 and
PILE DRIVER No. 201 located
at Gambee. For further Informa-
tion and inspection contact Mr.
J. A. Driscell. Assistant Chief.
Dredging Division, telephone 6-
182 or Mr. G. D. Greory, tele-
phone 6-187. Invitation No.
168 may be obtained from the
above source, or from office of
Superintendent of Straehoums,
telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE:-70 shares of "La
Cameroners" stock. Call 3-2523
Panama.
FOR SALE:-,100 ft. galv. steel
psp fenca with pipes $26.
4-A Nicobor St., Cocoll.


FOR SALE if
Real Estate


FOR SALE: Small house in
Cerro Compana, 10,000 square
meters, running water. 4 beds.
table, chairs, farm implements,
stave. refrigerator, convenient
glass miradar, boet view in the
place. Phone 3-0088 Panama.
after five o'clock.
WE BUY. Sell and Manage Real
Estate. "The Imperial Eagle,"
Cathedral Plaza. Panama. Tole-
phone 2-0857.


Robert B. Glenn,

Retired PC Worker,

Dies In Hospilal

Robert B. Glenn, retired Canal
employee, died-last night in Pana-
ma Hospital. He was 49 years old.
A native of Altoona, Pa., Mr.
Glenn came to the Canal Zone in
1942 to work as a Machinist for
the Mechanical Division. He was


The announcement said the An estimated million workers retired in 1948 and had been mak-
Thunderjeta "will fly daily will receive layoff notices if the ing his home in Gamboa. He was
Straining sorties" while based In walkout continues to the end of a member of the B.P.O.E. Lodge
I Formosa. It did not reveal how this week. 121 in Altoona, and of the Darien
long the planes would remain on Lodge, A.F. 1 A.M. of the Canal
the Nationalist Chinese island The threat of large-scale unem. Zone.
bastion. ployment spurred intervention by
The Air Force said the Thun- the big Trades Union Congress, Mr. Glenn is survived by hi s
derjets were moved to Formosa which claims 8 million unionized wife, Mrs. Loretta Glenn of Gam-
in a "continuing Fifth Air members in Britain. boa; his mother, Mrs. Clara Neff,
Force deploymehk exercise to jg of Altoona: a daughter,-Mrs. An-
maintain and increase unit mc- The TUC first ironed out inter- nabelle Pierce, of Yuma, Arizona;
ability and operational potential union differences that had aggra- two brothers, Harold, of P itt a-
throughout the Far East." vated the rail situation, and then burgh, Penn., and Norman, of Al-
Informed Air Force sources pnpealed to the government to toona; and by a sister, Mrs. Maud
said there Is no plan at the discuss the strikers's demands. Shields, of Lewistown. Penn.
present to base the Thunderjets Robertson's meeting wa the re- Funeral services will be an-
permanently on the Island. sult. bounced later,


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FOR RENT
Apartmeits
ATTINTION .1 Just built
modern furnlshed apastmenls, I.
2 bedroom, bt, cold wahle
Phone Peoama 5-941.
FOR RENTi-M-Fmnld and am-
fhrbbled 2 and 4-eMr mode
aortmnt. co.eC t ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS. 10t St.
Phone 1386 Cola..


FOR RENT:-2-bedraim comer
apartment, living-diinI rem,
screened $65. RBaurie Porras
No. 56. key apartment No. 6.
Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.
FOR RENT:-Mderm apartment
furnished: living rem, dining
room. perch, kitchen, geroge.
46th Street No. 42. Phone 3-
1423.
FOR RENT: Apartment at
"Diebb Town," 4th Street. Rio
Abeol. For Informntion phone 2-
0364.
FOR RENT-- Fumihed apart-
ment, two bedroms, lrale living
room, kitchen, both, tiled faron,
aH screened. Als large ware-
haues, stora spae or shop,
throe drive-in daem, barsen a ll
windows, 1600 feeoot floor spae.
Apply: Janitor, No. 63 Fourth
f July Ave. or phoe Hopkins,
Balboa 2966.
FOR RENT:-All furnished a-
partment, frequent transprta-
tion, American nelhbors. Infor-
motion: call 3-0471 Panama.
FOR RENT:-2-bedrem. apart-
ment located at Via Parres, price
$75. Call 3-4825.
FOR RENT:- Furnished apat-
ment, two bedrooms, balcony,
all screened, very cool. $90.
Phone 3-1648.

FOR RENT
Rooms


FOR RENT--2-bedreem apart.
ment, sitting-dining room, maid's
quarter. hot water. 46th Sroet
No. 8. Phone 3-0351.


WANTED
Houses


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F NORTH AMERICANSW 4
eirs: Three badra Chalet
screened, hot wte tL Call 3-
2303 fmmn 5-7 p.d.


Position Offered
UNITED STATES organiition
desires alesman with engineer-
ing background. Must be bilin-
gual, between the ages of 25,
and 30. Reply in writing to
Sales Engineer. Box 819 Pana-
ma. stating full qualifications
and attaching photo.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motorr
FOR SALE:-Cabin cruiser, 30'
length, 10' beam. Good price for
quick sale. Gulick 812.

LIVE STIFF
OMAHA (UP) Sheriff Pat-
rick Corrigan was, answering a call
to pick up a dead dog. En route he
received a call: "No need to pick
up dog. He Just got up and ran
away."


"ASTRON"
ELECTROLITIC
CONDENSERS





No. 1 Via Espafia
Tel. 3-1383


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Sna Clur. Phae albe 3631
for rrimvtleas.


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FOR RENT
Moaumr


FOR RENTlJ-T.evlng, muished
I-bedrem sehlet. CeaNH 1-142.


FOR RENT--Vation qeems.
Jne 25 to ANue 25. -bed-
rem cetge, Coma. ColN 25-

FOR RENT: SMnd fler sf.
mdredenae U lbeen l IJes SI
M Sti Avemnl N. oi Fear. bd-
kitch.n ro perh. ingui
gmran, frle. a.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Pet dog mmed Rite.
Vieofty ESmmi. R eemblM wir
haird teler. $5 rewrd. W. J.
Hothet, phone 2-4465. NHem
1503-A Akee Sret.


Panama Line Sailings
-0-


A number of college students
who are returning to the Isthmus
for the summer vacation period
are included among the 102 pas-
sengers booked to sail from New
York aboard the SS Ancon of the
Panama Line for Cristobal.
Also listed among the passen-
gers for Cristobal are 10 members
of the General Accounting Office
who are coming to the Canal
Zone to make the annual audit of
the Panama Canal Company-Gov-
ernment accounts.
A total of 44 passengers are
booked to sail from New York on
the ship for Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passen-
ger list for Cristobal follows: Miss
Marjorie Alien; Miss Gloria M. A-
rosemena; Miss Genarina Arro-
eha; Mrs. Margaret D. Austin;
Mrs. Mary M. Barras; Mr. and
Mrs. Merrill Butler; William A.
Calafiura; Mr. and Mrs. John I.
Carroll and son; Mrs. Frederica 0.
Chase; Mrs. Dolores L. Ciervide;
Manuel J. Ciervide; Mr. and Mrs.
Paul W. Colby, Miss Joyce Col-
liege; Mibs Esilda Coronado;
Leigh R. Cramer; Tom Davidson;
Julius F. Dietz; Mr. and Mrs.
Benedit E. Finotti and son; M;
Mb&JMS r] JML,. Fogarty;..M
%M14"walaffiffMiss-Ghel.a
art"t Mr. an df r. Benjamin
Frid ia;, ad Mr. and Mrs. A
H. Fry.


Miss Constance A. Glassbur;
Arnold Goldstein; Jdlian Gold-
stein; Thomas W. Grimison; RI-
cardo de la Guardia; Mr. a an
Mrs. Irvin Halman;' J. LlydO
Harnish, Jr.; Mr. and Mrd. w-
ter B. Hunter and son; Patrick B:
Hutchings Jr.; Thomas H. KA l-
ley, Jr.; Kenneth C. Kippley; Mr.
and Mrs. Alexander Kotarsk, and
2 children; Mr. and Mrs. J La.
tham and 3 children; Ed w A
Laurence; Miss Louise. Leveit;
Frank H. Lerchen, Jr.; Mip 1lan.-
ca Sonia McNatt; Mr. and Mrs.
Norman MacLeod, Jr.; lKouis
Martin, Jr.; Mrs. Nina astella-
ri: Miss Martha Mastellari; Miss
Judith Ann May; Mr. and Mr s.
Ralph A. Morales and-5 children;
Miss Maria Elena Navarro; Miss
Marieta Orillac; and Mr. and
Mrs. John G. Quinn and daugh-
ter;
Miss Judith Ramos; Miss Sue
Richman: Mrs. Blanca V. de
Roux Miss Blanca Roux; Samuel
H. Rowley, Jr.; William T. Sears;
Dr. and Mrs. John L. Shipley;
Fred P. S. Sill; Mr. and Mrs.
Ernest Silva; Miss Claire B.
Strofield: John D. C. St uart;
Miss Sylvia Swift; Mrs. Rosina L.
Towle; Dr. Martha F. Trulson;
and Mrs. Locise B. Vreeland.
The first group of Canal Zone
School teachers leaving the Isth-
mus for the United. States for
summer vacations, will sail Sat-
urday aboard the Panama of the
Panama Line for New York.
I .Included in the group is Charles
A. Dubbs, director of secondary
education, accompanied by his
wife and two children.
Also scheduled to sail Saturday
is Maj. Gen. Julian L. Schley,
former governor of the Canal


Zone and member of the board of
directors of the Panama Canal
C., who hss been on the Isthmus
attending Ine board meetings be-
ing held to review budget esti-
mates of the Panama Canal Coom-


pany.
There are no passengers booked
for Port-Au-Prince, Haiti.
The complete advance passed.
ger list follows: Mrs. Genoveva Al.
varez; and Mrs. Carmine Ammi.
rati and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. frank Anderson, Jr., and
son; Miss Diva D. Antill; Miss
Claude M. Aycock;
Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Banton
and daughter; Mrs. Anna L. Beck.
ley and 2 children; Mr. and Mrs,
Clarence Boughner and 2 chil-
dren; Mr. and Mrs. Robert F,
Boyrd and 3 children; Mr. and
Mrs. James A. Braid; Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas A. Brennan and 3
children; Miss Mary Brigham; Mr.
and Mrs. Ronald M. brome and
son; Mr. and Mrs. William Brown
and 3 children;
Mrs. Olga Caballero; Mr. and
Mrs. Shepard Clark and two
daughters; Miss Frances G. Cla-
ry; Mrs. Eleanor A. Conner and
son; Mr. and Mrs. Samuol L.
ag ad daughter; and' Mr. ad
rter W. Crawford a a
children.
Salomon Dabah; Mrs. May B
Dodson; Miss Alida Drew; Mr.
and Mrs. Charles A. Dubbs;
Mr. and Mrs. David W. Ellis
a4 2cbildrqn;
J)~. and Mrs. Ernest ,;' rJIw-
64.E.nd 3 children;
Mfis Marta W. Goodwin; Enu
gene T. Greg ; Mr. and Mrs..
rletcher R. Gregory; Mr. a d
-Mrs. Joht E., Griswold.and daugh-
ter;
Miss Sadie B. Haigh; Miss i
ale Halliweg; Mrs. Cathryne J.
Hamlin; Mr. and Mrs. Charlet
Hammond and S children; MisL
ernadine Hanna; Mrs. Fraqced
. Hays; Miss Dorothy K. Henry
Miss Ruth E. Hoke; Mr. and
Mr. John D. Bollen and son; Mr.
and Mrs. Donovan H. Hube r;
Frank Hukil; Mr. and Mrs. Les-
ter Hutchinson and son; and Miss
Marjorle Jones.
Miss Dorothy C. Kern; Mr. and
Mrs. Murray Klipper and 3 chl-
dren;
Mr. and.Mrs. Stanley S. L. Lin
do; Mrs. Geneveve Long, Mr.
and Mrs. James A. Lyons;
Robert E. McCullough; Miss
Mary C. McDonald; Mrs. Betty
McElroy and 2 children; Miss
Mildred A. McMahon; J. Stuart
McNair; John A. Madison and
daughter; Mr. and Mrs. Carl ,F.
Maedl and 3 children; Bernard R.
Mazzoni; Miss Mary Mohl; Miss
H. Eloise Monroe; Miss Frances
Moomaw; Miss Lois Morgan;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward H. Nevile
and daughter;
Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. O'
Brien Jr. and 2 daughters; Mr.
and brs. Edward O'Connel and
daughter; and Mrs. Ramona Or-
vis and 2 children;
Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Poletti
and 2 children;
Miss Alice F. Richardson; Miss
Grace J. Rider; Mr. and Mrs. Ar-


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Dr. Oswald 8. Low dg for
many years conaultliueo
of tne Panama Line, f n-
day at his home in Ne !'York
City. He was 70 years L
He was a frequent vldtor to
the Canal Zone during 's as-
sociation with the Pananu Line.
When he was last, re, in
September, 19J3, he lecIbnd at
Gorgas Hospital on hs special
field, urology.
A native of Santa arbara-
Cal., Dr. Lowsley was gILduated
from Johns Hopkins *d in-
terned at Bellevue Hospital. He
was the first director of the
James Bhuchanan Brady Foun-
dation of New York Hospital
which became famed for its
work In training urololal sur-
geons.
He was the author of a num-
her of books sand papers, in-
cluding a textbook on urology
and had ,erved as coaulting
surgeoninin his field lt more
than a dozen hospitals.
Hi Is survived by hj wife,
two 'daughtersand two Ioe.





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Cristebal '"r
AmMso Swlinmta Mt wll
USO. hold t annual swimming meet on
after r ay June 11 at 8:30 a.m.
I her bhome a g and boy members of the
ass. i classes should
csm early to register.
t fatul Brmhrey FUle To


Wlii i folloiing have beed gradp
u fir the Junior College:
SI re Isabel Gulzado, daughter
r i.L and .'M Lul Eduardo
'BUlr Vista; Jeanette
AkrToWolif, daughter of Mr. and
Mr B| Wof Goft Heibtsa,
;,O .fc Pln&man ansa who have
suceesstlly completed the work
of lrfheIrstea eluA in the Ju-
or ege arae:
Manuelita C. Arias, daughter of
Mr. and Mn. Juan B. Arias A.,
SBlanca Snia McNatt, daughter of
r. and Mrs. John Andrew Ma-
Natt, of Balboa; Barbara J oan
Oglesby, daughter of Col. and
Mrs. George Oglesby, former-
)y residing at Fort Amador and
Vllma Stella DtAnello, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Manuel D'
Anello. of Panama.
Mrs. Roy Bettis Retura
Frem Theatre Blnge
Upon he return to Panama this
week after a four week vacation
in Havana and New York, A-
dela de Castro Bettis said sbe
found the New York theatre more
interesting than its shops. While
staying with her aunt, Mrs. Cell-
na De Castro Fidanque, she sa w
seven presentations of the Broad-
way theatre. As a recently retired
director of ,theTheatre Guild. A.
dela Bettis is a:competent critic
of the drama She reported that
Tennessee Wilm'. "Cat- On A
Hot Tin RBoo saupeBb theatre
but is net sure .itsejpe to the
.verae-atheatre oz. atlso ant
Ipl hmee' "The Bad
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Donalnd L Humbrphy, son of
Mr. an Mrs. onald Humph.
rey of New Cristobal, left Sunday
evening by Pan American Airways
to spend the summer vacation
with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Cott
at their farm in Forkaville, Penn.

0.rillo" Club
Oldss Memberip Tea
The Cristobal Emblem Clu b
held a Membership Tea Saturday
afternoon at the Elks Home in
Brazos Heights.
A welcoming speech was made
by Mr. Charlotte Tully, c hai r-
man of the tea, and a short
speech was made by the Emblem
Club President, Mrs. Fanny Kap-
lan.
Mrs. Millie Reccia, co-chairran
for the tea, and Mrs. Jane Huldt-
quiet poured.
The door rize was won by Mrs.
Thelma Louis.
The following ladies were s-
edt: Mrs. Heen Crowell, rs.
Grace Rohde, Mrs. Anne Maner,
Mrs. Bernice Grier, Mrs. Cathe-
rine Trimble, Mrs. Gerry Cellucci,
Mrs. Tesal Lowe, Mrs. Marlum
White, Mrs. Billie Crump, Mras.
Beth Waddell, Mrs. Fannie K ap-
Ian, Mrs. Virginia Russon Mrs.
Charlotte Tully, Mrs. Mlle Rec-
cia, Mrs. Jeanne Bensen, Mr s.
Gwen. DeTore, Mrs. Louise Gas-
kill, Mrs. Dotha Cougher, Mr s.
Dorothy Facer, Mrs. Mildred
Droste, Mrs. Gertrude Allgaier,
Mrs. Emllie Brooks, Mrs. Thelma
Wainio. Mrs. -Kelly Wainio, Mrs.
Jane Huldtquist, Mrs. Th lma
Louis, Mrs. Ali Smi MrMrs. M.
Charlotte P,~, Alod
MS. Grace Lp o, i.irglrla
Starkey,. Mrs Turnaer, and
Mrs. t roix.


M'lae Byetoft, well known Panamania, shown above as he
grbhased snme of t beds lIsmed by the Natenal Govern-
to ftause ntahol f of the new Pr"ofanal ehooel
at and the IantMi f Wing of Sante Teas Hosapital.
Ow. nadma ntIrneow, this new SLMMM bond iur
effred fir to tOhe Uenerl lpue and at an annul
ot f %. Beeked by, the Na om Gemet, these
I r1 eat a and iebund lavmb ent not only for the
=a 4b IWDM o faer lrer p suh as wsetl and
Mr. 'yoet phased his bonds at the Savn ank.t
and s shown above with Mr. Rene Orillae, offlal of ti bank.
(AladIeo


Of 'im S Navy
The coveted Secretary of thea
Navy aw ar for motor vehicle
Safety 19 6 has been awarded
to the 'ldustrial Manaers Of,
flea, M da Radio Staton, Par-
fan ad the Distriot Publle a-
ward for acbevement In Indus-
trial saftyin 845 was also pre-
send te the Naval communi-
cation Station, Balboa.
In a brlef ceremony this week,
Rear Admiral Milton 1. Miles,
commandant, 15th Naval WVia
trie, presented the awards on be-
half of the Secretary.
The award for industrial safe-
ty in made annually to bureaus,
offices and shore activities for
an Improvement in the accident
frequency and severity rates
over those of the preceding cal-
endar year. or for the mainten-
ance of a previously established
outstanding Industrial safety
record.
The award for motor vehicle
safety Is sued annually to bu-
reaus offices and shore activi-
ties which have motor vehicle
accident, casualty and damage
loet atis that are better thn
the Navy-wide average. Both a-
wards conalst of a letter of com-
mendation and a certificate,
both signed by the secretary of
me* Navy.

"IREE BITES
WINDSOR, Conn.-(UP)-It was
nosiively the last straw for John
MovchuC, dog arden. For the
third time within a few weeks, the
same collie bit him as he wras
walking on a street. Ths time,
Movchuk found the dog's owner
and made him pay the doctor bill.


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SS n JO "I want you to make a Davy
NBi J futear Crockett coonskin cap for my .it-
tle daughter. But don't use ordi.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be- nary coon fur. Make it up in silver
ind the Screen: "Davy, Dawvv- blue or breath of spring coon."
vy Crckett.king of the wild Iron- I wonQer' if Lberace w=l coine
tier." Me' ls g of the topal hu- up with a coonskin tuxedo!
mor department these days,to. Zeppo Marx of the Marx broth-
Even Liberace jokes can't hold era and blonde Joyce Niven are
a cand to the flood of Gohtt close to the middle.aisle trot. He
quip A navy boy may to ir- was recently divorced.
190M rscord-breadng*
S 1 posti on a the .auab Pa-I The dove, I bear, flow away
ride. with the olive branch In tie Mar.
Just e day's supply: ilyn Monroe-Fox studio peacepar.
JaLck reerrefe d, to George lays. After assuring New York
Gobl as Davy Crow Cut. executive that she was ready to
ing two uvepile fans ci Gene report to work, Marilyn sat back
Adtry iand y Rogers eain and wanted for a script to arrive
conskl caps Alan Wilson1a d: from Hollywood. When it come
"I hear ne and Roy lve she read it and gave the word thai
joined the andias-to fight Davy she couldn't possibly consider do.
Crockett. inng the picture.
Admirnl Fess Parker's frmntr
sut at a birthday party for Rich- Do you have trouble identifying
ard and Valentina, lRd Selton as Ithe nationality of the picture when
sured the new star; you come into the middle of a
"I'm a real fan, Fess. I went show? Richard G. Hubler did un.
al the way. I got my pajamas til he dreamed up this 'All-Souls
made out of buckskin, and I put Key to Average Motion Picture,"
on my buckskin booties every just published in the Writers Guild
night when I go to bed." tof America Bulletin. His guide:
It's also being told that a snooty American Picture-Where every.
Beverly Hills mtron phoned a fur one makes love to someone else
dealgner and said: -but when? German picture:


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SATURDAY, JUNE 11th 8:30 p.m.
(IN CASE OF RAIN AT 8 P.M., EVENT WILL BE HELD
FOLLOWING NIGHT)
Please call Max, 3-1660, for table reservations

Music by CLARENCF MARTIN'S ORCHESTRA


ENTRANCE: $1.00 PER PERSON
Makeup and hauirJatis by Charl's Beauty Salon


THE FIVE FINALISTS of the Miss Panama Contest will be elected on Jun
18 when they appear in a FASHION 8HOW. They will fly in July via Aerovlua
Panama Airways to Miami to spend a week at the Biacayne Terrace Hotel.
on a goodwill tour.

MISS PANAMA wl be elected from among the finalist on June 25 at a
Y rAMAION 8HOW and DANCE. She will represent Panama at the "Miss Universe"
Beauty Pageant, sponsored by Catalina Swim guits and the City of Long
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O1th Straight Without For Joe Brown-Jaccson F/ ___._

The ,rt Clayton wkn team "1. NATIONAL LIEAQIi 'AMF ,,
Defeat; Yankees Loseot r he Pah s A he gular tram lt C' t

INEW YORK, June9 (UP)-Dazzler Don New- fi s absrM n ao o rch ent = ".. 'a: S S i: s :: ^T
come was the best bet in 21 years to win 30 games captain Ed seabrook has assum- bou .t t p ar OlympIc. tCalnncti ...21 28 .42 17 's .... 3 1
a ed the reins as mentor. He hopes 8ldhla t 0 A 18.
Sone eaon to field a squad which will re,- S hIn iaU try to ac. 1tblrlh .. 2 3 2 1. i5 1..6
Tile Dodger ace, with 10 vic- inning homer. Kansas City edgr tan the Armed Forces title cap- h| Al CU la d tomplish a leat that "i"ie bo's t.iur" a'. .17 .833z 2 I2 Bwlmoreo "1 J)
re and no deets in the frat ed Washington, 3-2, when od turned last year. Seabronk him- SoutII Princ have tril ta t do Wit.. suceu PoDitbuGAgE..1 3o.. OAMM=
third of the 1955 seaon, wars In War-hQrse S o Slaughter nit a self, wil be an entrant in the -defeat ailcsca. thoSy. Brown,
t much more stratctei spot Shan pinch-single with the bases 400 meter tree style. who is ili daly at tNe PaW it ly Baton at let t
4 wn he hd 3 ns homer at ittsburgh and co ed ams El Panama Pool b J 8 a
a mark for t4he e House L e rooki.e Ronnie Iiine an deithreat to n rab the hon- I lm Sw ] ,OrtP



Length Twice Underwater .M^- *.. .ia^ ^| (burh O2 6 1 m
as well off as big Newk at te pi9 -hit ti a erch- douran e the oa m r ree uracy. als carries a bet Da 32 Harhman (4-4) and Loll.
aone-third pole In the race a ebodltrmp h tid ,e and, wlh be a ~strong con- m ter tha ar waop a each list. ne (3-7) and Atwell. -
Jn Rbts o te Phas, who won agu tender io this event, I Ticet for oSuday'- benert t pro. (Nlht 1Game)
i8 games in as-3 at this ,ota egt I r Brethtroers aine on e Tom Burke aLrm anery o le. rfai ht am) Borton 010 030s 000t a001-D 0 I
tage. Hal Newhousr of the TI- lk and Gordon Bell. Both will have oaCeas by innat 00010000-1 4 0 Cleve. 0001000 00-4 6
ers a 2-game winner an 1944, Had gave but fve htse to be reckoned with in the 200 caring fe rat naaa rr ysca Eau. Brooklyn 01 200 0x- 10 0 Henry, lely (1-1), dr a

cad an 8-4 mark and Bucky w ahhis megoiS t oter breaatnatroke. Jim ance canon eparunent at 2-1su. At taley (4-4). Fowler and Bur- White.
Walters of the 1939 t eds. 2 wines omeanbptn Hi fi a a 1sni- duracen the 00 meter re e nIn enuluass can e. Lemon, Moai (1) ad

for the campaign, was a modest t i sar's evourith hit. peti tr e t tickets a me square Jar u i gan.
7-4 when that season ewash on-I lle"as our th it g c- tar tha olon olr wby coacul promoter Newcome (10-0) and Cam- ---
ers on the iantas ti when it by Blly ooakman gave Boston the a00 meter are ste Tomand will added te aId or me c Mlwukee 100010C2 7 1 Detrlot 0002010


considered that he was out itwo wining run. Gene tephen pose as a strong foe. ormer trucon o chren playground. Neworok 000012 010 1-5 14 3 Turley (8-4), Cturdovant and
SIll weeks from April 24 until hit a three-run Boston homer. aml (Ohlo) University merman rplB;H;;;;;ie sciieaeeu eigui-iuanu so. Burdette, Johnson, Jolly, Var- Berra.
eray 6 -m w iithhat he ca lled c Wertz, Ralh Kane r and Al Ralph Cook w re rent the mlmal o etaeeen Jos Eaws and gas. Cr.ne (0-1) and Crandal. hLary (6-5) and NWtlon. S
aore arm end manager Walt Al- Rosen ht leveland home run. Clayton tankers In the 100 me- srne ns y oain aual be rep0ced o
ton suggested might be ai sore iur y, walked r ncludine ter ree style. Ronad icks will aner onlest Decause oct ors Gomet. Grisaom, McCaU (2-1) (Night Game) ,
ead. Ncwk, in the doghouse so four n a we i fr s. 100 meter backstroke ave ord cao Department ake a a1. and Katt. 4Washington 020 00000-1 n 1



securely he was even suspended trot scored twice. Rookie Frank Walt psykowski has been tapped l month re. Kansas City 000 200 001-3 8 0
Sand fined a day's ay for reus- Lary Rave up eight hits and for the assignment In the 200 'ae owner supporting bouts inc- (Night Game) Porterfield (7-6) and Court-
t iWato pitch ba ting practice, struck out aix to win his sxth meter free styleh-T cluoe ettwo errsetv r ior-ounus re- s t. Louis at Philadelphia ney.
ied at least three regular ?.game. Vance, Ohashl and Bell com- Mimmares. Herbert ouggas, aen (Postponed Rain) Boyer (3-1) and W. hnta.
rnas when hia arm was bother- u8h iter 's drive ae Clod p the 00 medy ry teram. impressive aorpounder woo was -
third dBoyer a si8-mt tr umph ndlA quartet a Seabroon hVancs v ua uneMarn ol oe Pn ma- e







DoLas ninht Newcombe rflahr br-ke up w duel with Bob Por- Cok and agn willfe tr kis me prog rnigariamnt wlh Gae
e d a four-hitter against the terbeld. Clint Courtney n hist the 400 meter relay sprinter. ad wl anorse Doam Wara. ine oin- Y,2 0- 0



consiedle, beating them 3-1 a nd out first ime atbat or Washin- Martne, cks Pykowskrmer i- and r prfelim pirens unbeaten obrto ley (8-4), turdant and
alo conteesibtin tfrom Ari 2 ut hit a homr hre, while Hamrry o ihashi wll be n the our to take dd uau o eagsmst up-anu-com in og er
boot his batting average to soisn h nmered for K.Cn. ethe water in the 800 meter juan Tealaz at s pounds. * *
e1ad. INew, in the ogt ee a nd TnC homer ibye vei r gasokvee. on event. G rdonlnew r ortst d se only a. a n




era, a 29'-ga l.iner k in 2s4, ad e meli .00a ... rn a 1e
Sh w en s ended tro sored twie. Rookie Frank Walt yow.M has e as"-and- r. aattns 0 000 61




Wand n he aary more? He red Irf. do NAT "egLLEh" JACaO, ad tuet or Eeestnen de n the 200di




Wthe last 16 men to face him. YESTERDAY' 8TAR-Da.- 3loWn n1 daV P -8-year-old U.8. Navy veteran Jr., candidate of the National
cored pthe fiat run,g drove storu ote b to win hois slath U who will try Sunday at the Olym Patreotic Coalition for next
t-s hefina caeV and all In a.cold n in.10th ic-or riupourth a os At R t pbu 1c Stadium to defeat JoltinP Joe year's president al election.
f ht*-Iong drIle. a re 3 d io oTm Al 0 clueae two zst ate ur- t no one has erAlthoh jst about hal
foyder asihttup adA artetofikeabrook, hn ae, olommnarieb. kierrt .ougas, anp(Postponed e10n) Bayer (-))nand W. Shants.






Swhe victory ut Brooeklyn nne Clwclnnaut. r vo e o t pose accomplished in Joe's five figte meey relay team.




Sh rammtee a htad ofs the second A MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS onh wantrodued tato "Ernetit" reted th
a se Cub who suffered .a 2-1 baroke l r- In iae ra p Tem By UNITED PRESSAdo to the Panama BoxinR Commis- troup heartily pan wehle an-
eat at Pforitter agait th hen Dale mno K1 en rnte e l lon and port writers at a OInceI en eame over the
posed a ninth Inning i a LEADING BATTERS Scommission meeting last t mght. adspesnt for Washi- Mard phtornksph




SGonr.e thd tanths stayed, m 3 w -run B be inn LEADING BA"Kller" who is housed at ers' bboI nitflsl Ernteaetit
V1 back by top a 1 Pic T eds son on bought underwater equipment (Bfhed on o 125 ofhildral at bats) a Colon hotel and does his train- fished th0e ep billb out
Srn w hts io to. hit n homer whle Harry hathe ee e nga, w b eft andtried t out in Panama. with ng at the Colon Arena, was eo his wallet r a u t





Sat Sliadelphia was rsin-m Dar l gss tAsola Panama yesterday, en route to frogmeng's flipere, webbed NATIONAL LEAGUE brought over by Enrique Martin, eo rkingide oeata.
Sl ll Tahitl, after an eight day *bua- gloves and an eye mask he found Panama's most prominent box- Lions Club gresldent, Dr. Teo-
.'00. He struck o utI pbseven as y, great en ent in the sport In d ct b ab r h Pot. promoter, who along wmithdoro' Arlaano doubt. wi th






neland sus laaNEW YORK, pJe and is lookU forward to lng8u Phila. 41 18 0 5 .354 Physical Education and sports idea in mind that for the tim
Stalked a be some He cause d a sensatn at the eqalpm in Tonga. an Bkly 2 195 37 65 333 Department Director Gi Gonza- beln at least, he outranked 1Br
n ar *Pr hMe relief dite run. swimming pool o the Hotel victory fr Baltimore 48 192 31 4e .333 lo arrdo, s n charge of ar nest purhaed four choice
STe fnhd. 5 5- Lar.ot the Toronto Mi ai bak Pnama, by dlly swimming the Queen lote renowned or lle, .. 5 1 .n s s






nt The irstplace ns to the bullpen d of the lnth of pool underwater twice her height, since she Is six feet Vrdon, t. L. 41 155 24 51 329 The proceeds of the fight will be other Lons, (who bI many easea
nlsa to tasg advam- Vnes *hntd no-ru Be a. c- t daStohorder, 3-, without coming up for breath, tall. But Prince Tung finds it used to help ubuld children's probably had neverseen a prize
e and's n s, dpr e gaEst E RichmonD IS ana other er te Hava- The Crown Prince, who is al-easy to "look down on his AMERICAN LEAGUE playgrounds in Panama eight) to become boa ana on
co tecs to thTigdrs l a national Leade ha Sur KI downed there so Prime Minister o pictures qu mother, since he stands 6 ft. 3 the pot and buy tl oke ardo.
S a Bob Turley C de one oi rare Roch r Re twice, r-2 Tonga in the Friendly Islands, in. Kalln Detroit 51 19 41 74 .372 GARRIDO S NT the any The lteen-minute it to






with wildness tar esday night and and A -2, the Bulo Blsons and is fond of spearfshing and iKuenn, Detroit 43 171 25 62 .363 government official or ctizen of the Union Club was a profitable
p thad ame In saw his a no-hltter van- Sr e Chis sl a pair, the swimming In his country. "That's The abve photograph was K. City 44 168 30 55 .327 romence who wl contributing on indeed, and it the enthu-







S Chicago also bleW a ish when Ed asko slammed a fa taking the opener, 5-3, how I learned to hold my taken by Miss Tommle Windrum, Vernon, Wash. 50 179 25 56 .313 in some manner to the expected slam generated at the Club lut
Sto gain, dropp-t a 3-2 rivel to the center td the Bisons the ithtcap, 6. breath," he said. t o James Wndrum Loar, Chicago 1 132 22 41 .11 uccss of S unday's benefit b rt night or ringside ducat ee any







c1i1slon to last-place Batimore fence thed xth ning. 2 and the Columbus Jets downed While In the United States he who is British Consul In Tonga. e. Indicate ion of a trend, persa
S Hoot vrs hit an ght- ono on n Loren the ntral Royal. score H R ar ts wee esent tthou tat h








Is eng ra in the eighth and 8nider, Dodgers ....... 17 Riarde p "Dicky" Arila, a Physical Education Department,
E h ninth dining e Campanella, Dodgers .... 17 osrtmnan tried and true, got Telephone 2-1O for tea
Wal ked gane ahead of the sconda/_hn A'wl -t-f ---v-- a ----- e O LEAGUE LEADERS t the Paenma ou mmo pl.d s, n$ hie
















'shutou on Ted nluszwsk, RedlVgs c... 16 Baaet metioetl. HtaIc (on bic lon on secvring therns-Mi.jnta
'J. Wr"X i 5 TR Aacincinnti AB R H A Kellrt ib ....... 4 1 1 T O zernlal,Athletics ....... 14 to bm iootdone, the ainitterl JOLTIN' JOE BROWN has
i t* Adams 3b ....... 3 0 0 2 2 Newncombe p ..... 3 1 2 1 1 o Gate, National Guard chief moved his training camp from
ace ~bbJ who suffereablod i ...a. 1 0 0 e0 0 R --UNS BUATNTED P IN BIRESSr V l rina and other the Colon Arna to v the ationa
meat at Pithtburgh ihen, Dale STiv. UllU SKII@ [ a. a--iNAT-91.1 JA' bKSONe .









.o1 ed rtt n, Bridges 3nlb ....... 0 0 0 0 Totals 3 1 3 27 7 big fo allowed alt and it Gymnasium in Panama.
iBurgess c .......h4 a 0 0 4 0 aeundd out for Staley in snider, Dodgers ........ 58 now appear that the most The Jolter works every after-
aer.u hdAm Giants 3
,.4,1 tidcin't.At-lHY CT, ti Pr Thurman It ..... 4 0 1 0 0 8t. u nd campaneda, Dodn1er5 ... 55 ba t erna g array of offl nild ev noon at around 4 and oJ staylog

















SKluzewski Ib .... 4 1 1 13 0 b-ctrkck out tor Adams in 8th. Kluszewski, Redlegs .... B40 rolsemble a a portion at the Central Hotelooa.
. ED PRS P ........... 3 0 0 0 0 reMantle, Yankees ........ s event In Panm will be n Weoghinglin time, when both









Sw Bell f ........... 3 0 1 2 0 Redlegs ........ 000 100 000-1 Mays, Giants ........... 39 hIcale at ringside Some Sn boxers in muinday's tight will
... 34 18 .854 -f McMllans ...... O 0 1 2 Berra, Yankees ......... 39 ---- 136 pounds, will be ll aLm. Sun-
gl 1 .3 1. e^ Staleyp .........** 0 0 0 3 RBX,-Snider, Kluszewski, Kel- Kallne, Tigers ......... 39 AT THE CONCLUSION of the day.
4 9..elantad ,U st'pr .aW Oi p m5ot 4h aa-Pays.. L..l N...... 0 o l n ert, Newcoo be Two bs n- meeting last night commiasson General adminsaio tickets
sii poo of the Coten lrena,1 IL









X [hn' 5- la of the ronto 0 ba Fowler p ..., .. daily 0 0 pisie, Keert, Newcombe. HR- u UNS. members Jackson Martin and which corst only $1 will he on
S 2 8 1S Kliaki. Bacrifice9- Reese. a e tetMuentle, Yankees ........ 51 Yhe rts writers u attendance, sale at the rSta ua t ometme
61 oueabull pen a d of1th le ng e a Totals 3p o 4 24 12 Sacrifice fly Shidemh. Double- nider, Dodgers ....... 48 Inva ed the union club where Sunday morning, the exact hour
to t, a ,- nEWY o no-ru a. K" 0 r, 3 2, plays-outal. y-Temple-K. uasW- Smith, Indians i.......... 4 th e Lions Club was giving a ban- to b e announced st r,ie
-. gy on. !LS t ernaSgarMKigdtionH usoeyracuse ..e 1in 32 st6015 Brooklyn ski. Lert on base-Redle a 3 ruton, raves ......... 45 e pot bu


















S* h lGlam 2b ....... 4 0 2 1 3 e 8. Bases on balls Bauer, Yankees ........ 41 pm Direcor Ol n
ecs]lo.._ to the.Tit4iona_ oLeaoblsrare Roche -Red hn.p, twice. 3-2Tonaga in tihe priengy staedsnn/. nKalrne, Detroit c1n199 41 4 .72 GARRnDO IS OT the only The .fifteen-minute visit to
. withwildnesstarts oeaaay -nigh nd -r, the Bufalo Bisons and is fond of. spearfishng and. . ....i Kuenn, Detroit 43 171 28 62 .3632 over meint official or cSitia n ofs the Unon Club was proftable

S ChiCo als a ih when d o n the o how I learned to o my taen y Miss Tomme w ru,.V on, W313i some manne them n t l
; to gain, dropphLO.wa 3-3tlutmgfrive triple to the cenrteratd the Bisonrs the ndghtcap, 6-/breath," .h.said. .a.ugter io James Windrun Lollar, chicago 41 12 22 41 .311.success of Sunday's benefit bat-night for ringide ducat isa

Sto t-ple e t inni Columbus et downed on ie Ute es he who s ny onga. indcaton of tr, pr
a.ta. meh T nc w o n l re nhMAnR ,- sor-ie ciHOM RUNS Early tis week, Pesiden interested should coantaIt th3

4, 4 ....,,i .Inm. 1 /n'2- .dsonenn ICampanela, Dodgers .... 17 a TWO GREAT F21CH PIhoneS! !0a .
P I Firt Kluszewsk i, Reidlegts 4... a .cvtes.str TED on s ringt e
..A A r A I \ sai*opne o Mantle, a t ank eese.......1V Wde ti 5ket7 from aro 5 r.3 smlda Notr tot. .
i nB H K. oronto .10- ooo ca-t e ato SHOWING AT 0OUR SERVICE CENTERb......erAhe ......14 t OL h
.I .. "l \B lo Lr0.romanec Richmond 000 000 0-0 te Cil | -THE GAY, NIGHTna IN PARIef moved hs training r from
". F, In rusHOERiSEalb-Jablonakt .....1 Adm0... 0 0 2 2 N p.' 1UN rs I / followed.suit and It G nai in arnat

e maritall irea. and ey 0ase0 0g THEATERS TONI.HT! Nwbombe a. 1 Le.e B3A1


r g e funcfiP h 04.0 a-Gro u tft r 6:1S e ou- u De. :p p e't dehs'::: ....'.. Ri cloro.wkN everyafe,
-i ThuTrm aan ..fa. 4. n 1 0 0 NIthD Campew GANGbe Wynn, yanella,-Dodgers... 7 tterng t 1 f ni t eion a adon ti
i" / f"i U D (First Game) awe b ..i. 4 1Eu ArroyoKlu s, Cardinalgs 61 .857 4t RmDEBACOURT at hCh t olB
f S 0 Rochester 0Mantle,10 1-2 an7 ees....o 1....9 I wthe Prt5m writ bn ce t the S tuing W hi- ti me
O A' t Bl.ra.ue,..a0t1e20Y0n1eeg...... ..000 001 .May Giants.........39 "c angsdrom er n. fg



Ccc A RT lHe 0A 3 12 ders- ---' w"0S I0120 0 enl, othle.OSti cs...R nasih.t haon, Trhes .rways 5 ,.LARQUEYit
18/- .654 Adamas3b .......3 0 102 Berra NewYankbs. 136.pounds1wil -lb.e a- I THE NAKED
1ea ] -... 1 .s65...... 1 0 0 01 3BUN8,--teyuwa, Kwerl-. Kalnet i nGgers......... / -AT CNCUION othe


oheer ... 26 90 0R3 .. 0 0 0 p0' tle 3-3, Newcombe:11. R- R bo w DANCEs rtand
i / B.Huc.. ..vana 1420 2l000x-6 8 0 4 k 0 040 a 0 i- eoteor MActafe gey tourname ... t on Saturday. p oRtsL Er ierhatte cislea t o i
Buff a x I Bell c/ !.........._lo 3 0 1n2 0.raultg .......183037 14-o.... .la -1 3ssew-ma.Smit, Indianl........46 the Lin C s inga b- t











Sy- rMacknson .....Ludw ( 5Bearc ? iLeto base de M embers wishing toenter h.. e-- e
e St ERDa'. L SULT miaas... 4 1 3 Dges aes aurYant k ......
Ca011 /18Pet'.GBsmempalee2b,.....30 190 57..odgers E nIi! .
Syracuse 4 O .1054- Mc6illanros00a12 I f.......4 0 0 '7 0 .-.as 3-,N e. .n.......lta*y.-OHITEDe3" mw i
Hahn, C ricksond (4);abendo f 0ERS0 0Nier, Tb lI,,..a.al.ne, Tiger,........ 39 AT'el 7.wELEASE -r LSOof
"e .574 4 V2amSrd, Bowman i b...4130 167 $-e. Mueller, 30 23Kel- ....i i


M 23 28n4511 D/2 (First Game)* 0 6 i0 0 SHOW -HiNG AUYO- SERemCEszJaackson C HInG E .AYi I UI IN.
sam cColumondb 000u000 si LP-Habent H a- Ale OA 6:15 -p_ 8:20USi: ScrfiTS.6:15.-: ord,.Yankees........151t5 srsJe an
BuAffao NIh1N8eo0en 75n 4HETRDoNbleH! NwderDodgers.......4a invadedtheUnionClbE AU

SyVacuse .... 183V.36 go-i The Farways L asQ a
B il on,. .. IBeard, _Wrghto(5) Jacobs (7)/irs!......... 4
an d A inS;.ooor, Harris (7) "7 a Y.. :01

( econdGame) '"s.. 1 0 3alsey .. M NAAta6:-:35Fwr1 u Cours ....h.da.lid4o
Bufal ---ohse-003000 000-2 S r 5o2H.f o. DANCER" l! J













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a c by h C an.e w bent hs the sat mrse eoase I's a ae ae wni
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So" "hen.a.rport' ~" ,,e othL ornm h With tie
-'"'." .. -. '.e be a g asI l ee aee 1, 1.iod t of asesl pe olS onle baSe
t on gro w alongstidehl @1r bue p 3e clUs'rG an ds3me oie55
,.. IhOe tt god Of rI tn n s the mt er th as Yre ots "o b eli e hethvu- -r i he iaum for he taol l ". ,
'- refusey. ro~md, w.t an e s orl oe,.i sad nbasus.er ,
Sto dmd t--or a ao e ow d ronn or, the iay to we o w ente
rCb. l .. . .. .r t. 1o.11
5.SSat5 boled k a le t _l temalb n i0 to t heD at l "h ,dob a ls o 'oe a iOg .. toe^. n
lCCnt supplel. Tea dp .W gati driver for "thinet alts. at alss,, ... i S turqte. e an.
t Ial real n J ts l_1 g a f4ree ag, nt. T hey sW C in San rancdoso ati ih 1 -l'lwe a t e nin o ... F.s o"l/t-
l h motbethe c udng the old Cfa nnati fahet-sm ..l.of p andiiaer rseEr, thsam o he e tdMlWtho* -
hdiewl t mi lls t crns wa s beafseor It' Angwl use a di v ad r sai tr o a ssmpt y Can l" 3one Thess
"I e ttwsa p r misible p ractlef htUe, btut S yaew hha 4"n d r" -g h hM e 119 b 11 e keead rn, e U fil l opentos melwh ere
h d prbaW ba Itn onge of thelowerb u h, paotno the pae o la Rosb id .ofpas4e wh -e lw l b U *W
thltn They are the last to know. Its not a pretty ploure, the Lake ,ourr, with Pttbur h's 'r e cIfor .tIt Fimni n Toluney
00, ot, whereMfantNiti Bens adI t fo eVranniera to wrwaeyYu g fl go IIIIIIKar on ol ll. .
+",; r ,. B fun@ to ith c form ti mnts now e. the a ,te oi a .. ..n /two .
brt.e n MSt ler yon r p Tn oD]Bein Julu 13
T r tt^ b not to b forgwws We e beV, orotet on 10 es1(1
hI d In E 6 ia tu on0 a d 70eyard hole at 0oa. o nlea. 0
Ias Hnot W TWWa- iou. Your i 45 roIes haOt iellt has maot," a y. Rosburg, "the touo "The lasti hat w oslthnalr s ec erviepa a ort Clay-e l i
mant to he hote as vitim of aM aW ad It tnu mes t ljiyer would uD e a rV o m is b better as l roudm tonth aunkied It will pon-.
t hin.Ia .-hoo k br, Dr. ThaMuel Sherman, ho th e eCt.dhi- m ne fl o r. O In a 4 y t r e ed, ad I hbee we' sre sand ln4 t e ort Clay- '
eDan le's mree, the alstor ehfo u ry h m id e oe t. Lake Couren, t he n spat t U .l~. ton OTWIna S l~nhmroaU Tourna- .
d bewlgat eduaplon's orner, a willobe maeBo it lath "ader e uws a breati ah ple am.nt 4 pelntnr Judoy is The o 1
S im a itsalwumo practice here, but net in ed w_ eI whr 4r Isr both it . M tourney will open to mlilt otary
"I o 144" m. Pe) the 19t's m t snftenIM m ul- e ds hd -.o __ opefonnel of'ttep s of Clay-I"
ts thU e etxatouh in the Moore the i eth Boygeare e. otherwo .. on, Coroal ad Crudi whoa e
On mise i," he aid. : ,o-ore ~"ost of roi l at aheure oLfsti. de ia hatu e t -a have i minmuTm of 90 days re-m
tRmur we ars e se. ombeta f kTis we n th.e tlnV t he sning in a command station-i .
n . not to 'be fooled by tEd e. .Weve a ee' ,i br. i e Is tondue F. t
... w hen th e d e fe n d in g ch i m P .ln t i t t o n e t st e p osto.5a ud s w. - I
8EVERAL LTTBo ARt proteaitnm a that mil lhe a sttr g theB .athole s l aq It Comtl wU be held
Swent to the White Box front n* n ftea n elsco, a am.er on ,o. Day. thedo ovh ,sibI .ou .e 1h on-
Stae In th pace. Tlere wa a. o phone oa ha.- t me .-, _a- o l ,t Fr ly h. e- S.f. u r l0 hed atn Sllnae
ou some a e, z o et a ros,,o i pyouc d~- o .tOh a 4--t.oa" h ...; t t. s e lsom e at
out-_hisr.r "o Sim s .. .... 1Cittyhre. I-gea e ooa t..I1 Snoo he-^ (el .... p ms tl o om'e'a will drop t teamc -
U4oboduly noted at nd t na effort wie l ab maeton1mo w it faith- outb n" e rientr th le$ .1 t ei p a .. P InA. mo doublnt Winners of
tlei uvlywood has fi.na.lly become lner ted in tHea Kea lrnas ler. Its strarely above i S a fwm a he l om. oe tournament wi offered
sy. The working o title, b .e ny o Be P,,- dir e heI .t ng l o-a c olo. Andbyou* dS m tkno t irO ttlae to s e deoesnit so r te Fort Clayto, team,
o te..ta p re.l, o a andlI w l ng hut thori. t e 4rhot there 4 at tusrlo oooi.,
rt:; 1 l theeleortra bth be at 1

Ito Nat.ed a m Kats ou t ghi he Moe'fig, t, themost tre aire rA h eodg t ord tn. a t r wheotor
mn satush lbkhe penidhVe o., at tlt a elr T yar.s..e.... abt Mdmi v0reeto b e tito a te owe min lo dayree

to ue ,imle n M.t aea Ut m e the trman- pefe tra rht. o sles gue day, eat LL reldht Petr e -i Cha onh l-
S a,,.b., Not o pele wou lvte ra rnranr. h t .- C s e rnsta d iowhdown aa n
S.ahr ea eotad hei. at too-baetoal, btyEotaWth aese r Ths even u te tl n ew al eric wha Sup ria
teswo re t e 2e ,t e defending .. .t . ..... r.it-..o4t pl*aye. .. _w.ho...a
wdpei t b e B eah b t e-." I mD R:W ''he .. "z. ul t"ie t pulled O a kneow tha t," Ar Iew. from a A -ng wtfera bL the blll and I r nann~ .a -h*


" ar.ntt*'h, an ahitea Smfr o in ateor u oners o pedhe teao Ji hre tJo alp l i-nt p to ay. eCroftam a p -la- t
te y osome ad. The ,mnfothw a e le to that Clrethel man i traignt a ued st Le r in the or Cfroet te ner anf-
l erol o onhere. .nasvo m a el- r, thaone 18th teeo h ieseh a c ont$ l.Go..na nd 's down n. .lbT ns $t.Itho




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retlys po o r.n tb e e nt.- mit tader. ig ft o e n lubowerdto -psed_ leee h ret pelts ot to C.se I
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w b, rbe tna Eeft ,ano L. e gs 5 twNo steer lIv I ITED F COPN
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n ed,. ihad 97 BA m mit rinceto rotand trip li Ifoite e et1onal to NewyII I
I ae beatMr t"be beat." I Ywordsl A meltatte Swd a Fnn dTo and Seamttle. Ias

p' tr was related [. gUraee TIoNal Wlyie bhyesl To from o nd Sa m Frmo.ilo .... a270.00. e
iL bta dso 1t stons thteli tothe t b huse"lefkt o me....te#.. ..........I-...........e..... $3






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hilt I u III .ith tb bruises.
ei-wo steps and rugs be ases
pamot weaM leave I beo like new.
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WASHIN^GTON,. Jue (UP) -- "1i hepeople know. h m i W , count i W ". 4br w Linc in.
;P;esident Eisenhower said yester-
everts have shown their e was__ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ _ __ __ __ _-_
' lttle something lacking" In the 'mP'u' 33 AAM, P., 3UN 5*
ty tests oXiimnally recommend- PANAMA, .. 2 P 91 '
Sby scientists for the Salk polio 1 i i '
A The President also told a news
psed byesgoMolotovSays Big 4 Meet Plan
Rcoaference that drug firms have
agreed to meet new safety stapd--,
S cisid they could lose their license
11 they failed to do so.
w He made the statements as the
*overnmnnt's vaccine clearance
,copinlttoe met throughout the day
moeakpi shos fctist aCory to Soviet RussIo
the nationwde inocuaton PARIS June 9 (UP)- Soviet ed as a simple courtesy to the ut 1 the Soviet hierarchy, as up under tre t with threeDo i4n 'm 0 K
SLily Co., Indianapolis, an -fore minister V. M. Molotov to. Russian diplomat armored lately. West.. trike t t
cedt was rushing new test- d tedto French Premier Actually, rench leaders looked F the lunch date. Moto- On the otir We would .
ata h on 3 mlon shots Egar Faure that Russia will ac- on the occasion as an opoortuni tov was to trainution
n more S lk po lo s hots o r .... here o n' 3 i .oea W t o
hope of getting it cleared ept the Wests invitation to a top- ty to l the am an inceri- to Cherbour
or uspe ui.kl Information on level Big Four meeting In Gene- ty of te soviet "peace" dri the Vo.itatep aboard ~e 4iL- could be ad --
., Cer shots was sent va July 18-21. which reeed a elmax with.th er een. e ~.ate e of view
K arlie Authoritative French sour t.ea invitation of.West German Ohan, the anniversary c0er n He aid that a ,c, as
sho Monda has permitted renh foreign minister Antoi n e Moscow." .WTrasc. r no $,2 b r c ,edr "r i
National Founation or Infan- Pinay at a hastily-arranged lunch-. Diplomats looked for hints of the .views with he *. -- ,- 1
Paralysis to finish its f i-r at eon meeting at the Qual d'Orsay Soviet answer to the Western in Faure invited MolItov to lunch 'qb Cr. n Wk I mt
d himents to five northern that Russia has no fundamental vitation to a Big Four top-level yatey s.o- He said that 4 t's .
and anto start second shots an objections to the dates and place conference at Geneva July -21 viets ex ed teir seistlonal reply to the lre .. ,
Southern and Western states proposed by the West. They also watched for I a frendship. bid to Wet GermanyTun o ofI; Tu.; ......-n ...rd
Elsenhower was asked at Officially, the lunch was describe. tions that Molotov is on his ay a .t pl saw the move Germany to 6 pl Motor C. ti 't
conference if the govern- a n d ye st r ea t -
had "an obligation" to make a.d h d an for- a ,wh thetryd afitst N ap.whf
safety requirements are car. sennower ants re on sun m year-oldechoIuld n
The President was told that e in process. "Several questi osi have to ef tita 'atrles"
original concept of testing" Obe .clarifiedMlo '!ab .. "Re- atm _-: .-.
troiistatup the.n Left Out Of Reserve BillArgument a .r hth lted 3t..and be ati, muy ata e a M c
erscould lse their license s tem allies that West Germ. relations with Germany, Adnau-' tusis h. e inc of
aid that "what has happened - will stand solidly with them. er said: shifts u J Mwd
is this: "The scientists met WASHINGTON, June 9 (UP) issue against "any other adminis- He said at Bonn that he was "We must first hve an ex
Save their very best conclu- President Eisenhower made an traction I know of." l .to attend a to level con- change of views with S workers u, k it
With respect to a certain extraordinary appeal to Congress ference with the Sovidt Unlos i Union on these quqtos before the.rmtte tr .w
S The events have proved yesterday to approve his M 900 uthe said the reserve bill is d roer cumstance but he I can go to meet ht ep "kre nr
e. w a'ebt'sometr.. not "the place to have any kind ade wi ret aetereknato.: "For that rerd 'o
was a little bit somehin 000 man military reserve program fe .e legislha, a ran-R bIad o
in this, and they had to which i stalled by what hIe called t. u legislationo, I care "O thing is certain: We i nO immediate ,Germa-Russian id % it sd8,0
orcted." an "extraneous" anti-segregation not what it is." faltMflly observe the obligationco merence." with 24,000T 'rueas oBday..e
said he thought Welfare Bee- fight. situation wa4 right-
Oveta pHobby w a s ...ate TFaO .P 4o .h
wise in a vocating a Pl- He toldanews con ference o le ders said alkouts at the
safetyy, caution" in m kag just. must have" a reserve. ,pro huge Rouge plant in auburban
accine available. Mrs. Hob- gram to keep the country strong.| D brh, Ir cotin tran
department halted the inocu- He said national defense cannot e o were Deb.o teno an
program to set up new safe- be halted merely because "we e
ndards. can't all have our ways about p- I. EmBin sN The Roune plan th Isahed agest -
am the Publi Hea tiular things 'n social progress t- In CaribbeanIn the Ford empire-an d has h 8e -
BItrt 0dty w e J aku the strongest 000hourly raed workers
ce reported 134 cases of po- It was just abouteSt
onginoculated persona s of Res the Pre nt has made for AN JUAN, Puerto Rico, une three shifts.
Tuesday. This-was aA in- ay 'esslatioff since entering the'9 (UP) A U.S. delegate to theith operated on a ice
of two over the previous house. out ow6 way t. ence 61 the i lh ast tw day be

camAfistTheth t r ve o o _w
o e gi l The oe 'shelved the reserve B amD, d ele- Nof the ord
ase not.bill recently after adopting au a- gae s in the pMbust was 4el ed our
amendment by Rep. Adam Chitom PIe Te sday tat haticf ho while loal ionloder
rain Powell (D-N.R.) that would ban t aolt, ay for the fr to o .t
STtion in the Nat oon a'1 m investments K woer to g
Iu oannS it the 1withh h result ant I improvement them a special flve-oen hoely ....
Made it unacceptable to In facial and econo mic endi- pay increa. nt ea
Leave At 11 Sout ers, who previously were tioLs... .....
Leave At 11 strong supporters of the reserve Sagg l" urged the Caribbean It finally w agreed that. L- -thears oV A
r to accommodate teroam. tons tM .esify their crops cal 600 Presiden Cirl Stellato gi e eml hs
fans who plan to attend the ra. Eisenhower said it was "en- and Intena their technleal agri- would negotiate the uaise "on a give aF change t go for all o
Brown-Killer J'ackson rize at to start action it the House, is cultural s ams. local level." A p nc o-
at the Olympic Stadium in ti-s.egre, aion proposal to the re- He sa tha in the Florida Ever. E said, &how R wh t ,
ma Sunday night, the regular serve b. He p aled to the Sen-. glades "laud that could give two Stellato, who ,et with the 'mam ta-Soese or- sth pIe "
train for Colon will be held ate to start a'on Iif the Houes is e ea arve been prae tally (NA Telephoto) striking workers ortl before bt beFordwn dth
r in Panama. hopelessly deadlocked. uninedba w tb OLD CLASSMATES At West Point, N. Y., President Eisenhower the contract signing, a they With101
d ad les t SPhea nam di n segrenga" '. a- rMbuild a fld control (right) and Gen. Omar Bradley compare andirthatIndicate d th eurn to work todayad a
of 10 o'clock S u n d a Y dent reacted sharptyto the House n -T i they are of the class nf 1915. t rhe etora toa wep to usiorn tody. ......
train wil leave Panama dispute over the segregation is- prorm, '" the extra pay h e.-.union
for the Atlantic Side, sue. He said it was "terribly im. h6ped to restore normal opera- f ......
'' announced by the Rail- portent" to et a reserve force as ions in Ford's 57 plants by to- other benefits
I2 A TIDES have out ways about particular Union offlcis wee having m uneplyment .
things in social progress does that JIM succ es in., rtrI to Net g urig Nlayoffs,
FRIDAY, JUNE 10 mean we don't want to defed our General Motors workers .bkae ,.,raetsee-.
LOW country?" he asked. .-"on the Job. The workers1I 140twe entl p cn wQrkers Ae-
I a.m. 0:55 a.m. "Why do we make the defense "inoreda a union warninM I tDe'ii p yr nd cept of entop A rsoup orsgle ar ant -
12:57 p.m. of our country dependent upon it could not protect them from 6 norm l o a o .p uragydaen r a othe utaR-
all of use getting our own wa y disciplpna'y action by the 2 awee*to a wa seff.e Tean er phe thRee
here?" company. o. en Motors e ewas Mte e n U rpa al e ter
SHe stacked the record of hi ao nr Wetr h e joMesl3a8s 0 the kT8eher
E T R A L administration on the segregation John Livington, YAW vice pay .P~ With GM's 38,000 next week.
president and director of the workers, nt Wil-
Oil4 Tunion's General Motors depar- aworkersIt would hie is la
S-RELEA S AE 0, fIu I mA ". GM locals that the walkouts; of 181 milliUon dollar to lwed



" (UP)-- Two loaded oil tankers eo. .So,:"t contract t lk b .wrratee f.s the Vo .ad 7 At-
THId :2 4: d burNed 4na6fie0y h1.9 0cma ny adu nio prerienrWaI I p uIenet-TI etI fIr EMI

ede and 1arwwre ent ,,r. Ot teentGen eral on sal:Tat.t.e."hoto')
fteI survivorot orsalhind pteeworn "sr th o ....r o h's rdul e. Prwa
l Tm anker sd pila d whe te at -..h- Miliary .teamd.mt 'o t '."e We egdfoexe a '
:.custnte orth Seaearly.to- .. -.-h. h.,

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within two hours and headed at BUENOS AIRES, Argentina, Inform6d sources believed the 1 4 Is. g conflict omagentssidi
Rotterdam, Halland., June 9 (UP) The government church may circumvent the baln, the country Customs Bard Dl
dmite -bM g 2m3lSS "ri 2/C._*.4,
'The Johannishus, which was re- has refused, to cosntemd ap here by holn the procession rhu s. admitted
ported to have d o and owe le ban on Corp s Crisnh D my within catteaL I st at war whany a .-Ut..
woman aboard hwmed threwh Raw wMCtl the C alla'e nlaterior D-.-
e night after ha cfeW leap xoc had postponed from later A lchargedf th -b...C.e.,
Ronan atholic hsF
to the sea. 4..untilsa urday. Ro= at..ch u I ". r.
The collision came so swl~tly The chlrch rotaieduled the tra- its privile ad status In Argentina pr faith; to me is be- S
and with such shatter impact I ditional celebration becquae Pres- to upmerahe the P Pei goverin- i t n to th of
t on y the Buccaneer was e ident Juan D. P.e re n ec.-t . q s g DSl Piftbn.
send a distess Call. Its Corpus Chrpi re-ua TW government is not at was oar that the gam were
Nearly a dosen reIscuae day. thefe Drlaghi s id. ha ,, bor-ing Cub..
to n e seems I e Rs sz- i -. erestw..
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