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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00768
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00768
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;ly avoable in the Panama Ca-Suved by he wfof m-
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al ervce accoraing to-the list boa, and by h moter dag-
of vacancies containdine the ter our grandchildren, two

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To Baski Sum

Thai seven pzee ent discount
Stefet for all reats of
rs oquar steras n the Canal
e m be reduced to three
r ckt effective ith the be-
ignndt of the new fiscal yea;
on Jul Iwas alinounced yea-
Stetday t Balboa Heights.
The new rental rats will
Again be subject to review nmxt
Januaq, although as review of
quarter may be required In.
advance e-of that date, it was

(NMA Radio-Telephoto)
me Minister Jawaharlal Nehru
'nor guard after, his arrival
king bealde Nehru is Soviet

The announcement on the
change was contained in the
following i memorandum of in-
"As .a ult of the recently.
completed vieww of operating
budget sti&ates for the fisa
year 196, ia apparent tht the
seven per cnt discount on rent
for U. .-rate quarters placed in
effect last ear for the six-
ionths pefid ending July 23,
1955, cannot be maintained.
Present estimates are that op-
erating req rements can be net
the dsunt Is redued to
three per c m1.
"You a hereby authorized
nd decte to grant a three
cent da unt on rent for all
.8.-rate quarters to be ef e-
ve with the first pay period
beginning. in July and continu-I
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Testimony introduced in US District Court tllr0.
ing indicated that Amefican soldier Veroe0 O. H"
admitted his effort'to have sexul,vations with a W
o0 whose complaint he i be n'r .ttemted I
Buf th defendantistates ysi n 'rf

clusively with thiw imony of rs and nm "
the Canal Zone Police force. S@iWr( more policemen are
to testify.
The defense has called only ot.. witness, Sgt. Wil.
liam J. Mitchell who is charged with rope as on outco(
of the incidents occurring on the same night as those
which from the basis for the charge against Helton.
Judge Guthrie F. Crowe asked both District Attorney
Rowland K. Hazard and defense counmj odrow De Cas-
tro. to speed up their interrogation. =-rs onsidered
it unlikely, however, that the case wou'. g- thOA fury
before tomorrow.

The Jury of .10 middle-aged land and David H. Searit
men and two women appeared to approximately the -same
give close attention to every coun$4 ot. ev" is after th
scrap of evidence submitted in trol eArs avd d .to.

Fased ,, .
W did nothob)lb

f -- c If !l r* ,, I ,N* II "t Nov_ mber or D-c-m1-r Itl tri o ilon. tB t rilo of Holto on' No SrI s2.rpGI'

theop- e b to t the son d
St" cementt Prospe s Dim oe a t

.Cara lla .t,,Jue 10 (UP )-M-. While, too for .
m element negotiatims pro- ter. Members otthe N "tThe discount itour his e
the defendant idure t d prospects today imalga'ted" ewvedor all U.S.-U 3 's Cltour last A u- w inor sielled RaaT '&eof, a t
mn, was found settlement of Britain's crtp- Dockers unioi. were to cloud those p ed by the il, dnt Helton was de- alohol.b e
Were valued a tg ril strike before the week day on a compromise the Canal Soe eUnt to scribed as wghing 268 pounds.
nd. solve the ln -union d nurse an others not "e still look but decid- Police were v at ivd SI'
Labor observers estimated un. which caused walkot pply to the rental d thinner th tme o t
Smpoyment caused b the w 000 dockers. iding generally. of I arraignment. omomlH teo the K-I
ltran otat- cot Een to Parliamen sou at i-n et. i an autoinoie 1 m,
Peace talks to he 1 day 'P some -res' .etet that th omnt reW letm ttlee emotion. It was b emThes
latrike r dths morning or at the docks mla be dr,. to ce e sel om oake to his coun- ar. gre rltear fta i
Brian ,-o ncohth ran of Jury. to oura counr' ]atA form sI Zuless a a tiO Is asked several of wa i
-th'ie Brih Tra ort bni!- .n Mon thne railways. i-an." of _m. he resemaes, he with ye n ler, s
Thru het, country'sstands leeks around to ..........
gion- w~rh n More thasn 250 es of Wmalay Maturea ^
a TUi nlimed railways, met withi. oo c t.J5.f oiJ E adminias the e with s nonyws o- tie.o d i-lti p

dof whels lof th dle stiin As cgoes of iH Dr. y Witherin gto who that h and m e tog a a
IoIolti of Logomotive raw materials for factorfes,*ore plVays. Db ,I Dr. J. W. Reed- sard. read to tto em-adesoft,

wa. edon .on d e en an In ri en ,.A,.J 4idnYa, .._,: rion ti h next hlay. Both doctors on the tloin qa -t
Swa o emaond fi 's Union stl held at London and t we aorg. ey s. at a tbe te Sh etestfed that wt

= hrnegotations "wodF be-. -, . t,-, -- T B, IVI. OorD Kenneth V. Hodg- two gia.sdwho * them quatet WB.autoenla..i
thedd time T other big Brithport .s told the court he examined He said .that ade t Arralmon ar

_me ,ntony. T o New tii,. Brai~~. o the courses al ons hourt after the Inrio the -gs at the d UNested tt all

*^ ime'M.n hddTo h r.he U.8 Cn .ult. .I.d V ere, durin .g I l fou. ew I, any marks on they asked where th'y ei the front, of the w r .
hatextended wage ,golat.tes- "'"i" eJunior l the co- 't. vetoed thi

1 rnbcam through an ths Wlebl whih starts Jun 1 Po n mos w. DeRaps He said be told t-e 1 t A but ao tUs

0id itte-nt business at the new on, 'cs bti ffed cram"cn from south- u'. th w h
erdue f-ya Monday usual hourseWithes dton who that her-Reder site tdo toet
iof when pre y ths US Cons l ujeets engineerg e. .at. atop. oth were n latr dao Ab manner
nons" on tt h strikers Non tN Axt n f. Both doctorstanthe
-wage demae A im nd and In.Colon Mdradc, htowere rdcn heveledGorg stathey, Meanwhle, he sd I abted e hat
S stations" would be- Gos Di. Kenneth V. Hodg- two fires wo e them. 'rtetIwt Pre
To .NW LafJue s tol se court he examidHeahatcheduled for late to. Arrarn tihe

Prime a ei- n for the courses ighton shortly after the incident theirls
aten. h tiThe.U.B. i erd during the Canal a foun d few i any marks onthey asked whether

dCo-lTeleephot) on ope pennlotnr Grlleg smer hint.. abus. vetoed to
rn notF trbade wr Fhomihn. ,, which starts Jue 13; Policeonan Amos W. DeRaps He sad h told s IoMCOX

myaor Robert F. monumental. The railroads a- "lonesome and without a e. t.lagM hh..fa.. il'toenroll h a velao i had ..i5J When I car stopp,.
Sthe were .o 5 an d b.l poldle a sdi ig el day today Ieen td the cort hel had gone in a cme e ve ry hour the maini th h

tuitiotau-n paid or cartncelled ha re-tions with her ister, could make destigatoaEcarrakef "but --e... to
The iS-dety dock strikes mean- rs who anr ed te ad. who ere unabs ato ogn uredo o oe-r on larWe iktdacrne dhi atceni

en that a substantwof blocs ei of be rfcou during the dad way is Lof tios evwhene hbut time, he said.
eir.kendemaobThen demanad *wl be meTer eise fromh 6:30_ to 8:30 oe t urppearud t be male wasu md aeoh

sies, M military Contract Grafk h diat, business at. tfheew .t.bu-
ed it could not eo Morning classes btng offered bound tae, His stthroatand

leder "duress" of a strke. o a .the *ght-weeks summer se- "me-Jamd e" h the p el der s o m to te
Furthrdarkening loomy Include business and com- sad, before the car had quite him. She at first r but
pictureWas the thred yu b athoe e t n I subjects, engineering, eonsei to a eo" Both wereild It asked Mitchell

o t olymt tradeneI bin commanton for e gan e l studies. berldtue gi D him som Ws Arrln e

U ihm rbooisJt lac-arnl. steak for Woe." n.ombm IfeAl bla was teeX, .he Was Iavihtim aWd
ie Mirow of .Iv to otaeup aieAthe. NU Jap, ef r It r elou t *
cra se.' Kat ff, who I nf and evening Inc lude S ~,m., e some Enthath,midt".
Lose:tBdin'sdustry Used in a mashaae wkf tied a sth Ae trouble we U

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.I ly t the sam a b inb roki ' 'anwtabhlace 1 Thatre slao ei

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mo Totre eof v i"l lslet ob ite la s -ivAeronahutics a b1 h e1" The" 't ,
othherth i .nw a iwtte adrtel ith t eihao fro t h ae t' "t-. e ad.m ter ee
6Aoedth6 s tool l u ot o A ate o s ializs ra ler p' e R r e "sualti pf o e.m g g
"mth % Z I te WtraeFr tedpl theai "
DIOB chahfer owa Te .lelipuauwew '"

A IoR I F A 4 b R EIStd n mte h 8 T h eerom ent e i a t p u ti ur.
f dI 1& e aft ipaji *^O Al SLp Rldfo tdiEssed xtk w "" :t i a

"o e om n th tI o en R gandes? vopons "lot agrr a n ow mTtruc hLFW W

befe am ll years but you want to see rates whatk t or t tiot Rg AW 8
r....h t thIH l o eydoo be re er-betertaIt e to n ao lee usa

ti l, hatLN FAOR E men at d1 dwa 'Coun rs hfd d- I t i, w a ad e r p I toei t
ovteMe.ietparent l.to i"a the 'rway bA ire hgl e. A M arte ermai a
.T... some yet ad od big T Rae A rtJ do s trike do ."f".Ad p h iaghi o ,.ai'er
c a lly involved alCelt 11m o o e ieMds got thy e ro ed into which ate into prols and food salaries. U.t A ht
Stis erroneous, as e sA re trying t s d o here in Paamea. suppie. Why? Be abuse onewater.ie
ThA are still there and e going by U nited Sttes, CivilAer sorts of front union was "pwach o Th

prophesies. And thte p rs.ic aors s dO y n.b trueo .l o re, the word t goetre, ay w .

ar 1 rj terele o u t owiyI a el s ppt0o utiS igatToain Fe et .
etu l al i a n o wom uch to ur te .

OuehItngkae.s to and from Pbahiveask for. So one outfit o d mal a, o te ptii e

l t~t ia i C CUSiO apll pt enot ialiseyaUe ) cteThe r, e, l, iPe
Yaa tri e to at tNITs:
,I tt ealo tt en hmlroeottio tts r- d oxefA

in tS to dra bpu the toal
t 1 llJ-tfe .involvediat s e .monopolies$A ?dgot th ePrieto Ito which Late into pr its of*and foodP ro I0. co ayup -6i high

Se d oth 0 a hsamea ey'ietryingttDdoh~e FPanama.e supplieae F. WyS lause onewater, rs ah lh
Cy. are still there tddoing business, Ia pLte n sorts 'of fronitheiraional was oppoachinX*"on,,o
rop lt e ieyod.t ne o ;Icrr iax e st1 doll. 4 .. aanot'r. Pare, t he word hor itIAss5011e6 hse Sotretay MNtda i eN v

040 b, trave l 4". Pasg.thtaqu itn was fdhseao

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nton makeims It uneeain how
ns Of Lthe story is Amutaentie,
bt ertainly there is nothing here
that undly hallenes belief.
Tracy upe sue notedor p-
rates asu Bakbeard, Steve Un-
net' and I"rael Hands (a Teach,
ieutanant whose name was bor-
rowed by Robert Louis Stevenson
for. "Treasure Jiland") with such
lester-known and perhaps apocry-
phal characters as Tobias Knight,
,Gqvernor Eden's double-dealing
secretary, Carlotta, Knight's
daughter, and David Deale, son of
pa ,aj~ina planter, are the prin-
clpals In a love affair that brings
both Teach and Knight to grief.
', CROLINA CORSAIR is an ex-
citing adventure story, sufficiently
grounded in fact to shed an un-
flattering light on a dark corner
of American history ....
There s a. widespread belief
among dhvflilans and some inex-
perieaed soldiers that service
troops li, e in luxury behind the
lines, sldom venturing with, 50
miles of;the fighting. Thed Is a
rain of truth in thts-every war
has Its rear areas, nhabite large-
ly by service units-but it is ,equa-l
ly true that every service branch
has troops ohat ip wherever the
army goes, travelig with and oc-.
casionuilly ahead of e Infantry.
(Combat Forces Press) is an ac-i
Scown of front-line service opera-
tions in the "forgotten war,"|,
compiled by Capt. John G. West-'
over from information furnishedi
by the men concerned in the form'
of interviews, speech, speeches, letters,
reports and articles in technical
This book is in no sense a com-
plete report on U. S. service func-
tions in Korea. It is composed of
episodic. hig lights, biased to a de-
rse beaduse it is composed of un-,
veripl individual accounts buta in
g1eeJail labr description of emer-
gencies confronted and action
taken. as they appeared to the
an .t the, iti. a n

epuble mtr t the "'ae format l
year, this is intended primarily as
a technical handbook for junior
army officers. It offers an
illuminating nightt into modern
warfare, however, for any general
reader who doesn't mind coping
with unfamiliar terms ..
Two.. st4 es run side by side in
B1. S. Ballinger's suspense novel.
a(Hrper) a straightforward report
of a murder trial and an intimate
personal account of a marriage
tht ended in terror and death.
Because they are between the
sanme covers, it is apparent from
the start that the trial of a weal-
thy New yorker for the murder
of his valethauffeurhauffeur has some-
thing to do with stage magician
Lew Mountain's search for the;
man who murdered his bride in
The connection, though ,.ome-
what far-fetched, is by no means'
as undetectable as the publishers
pwrfoss to believe. The seasoned;
Irst fan,, aided by clues in the
burb and a rather-too-informative
introductory note, should have a
prettI y god idea what the answer
by the time the basic facts of
bthe tw stories are in his posses-
sAi, about halfway through the

That fs int to say that interests
lags at tbat point. It is an in-i
genios. and absorbing tale of
mounting suspense, and few read-
en who have guessed the right
answer will not want to find out
exactly how the plot works out.

Rain Doinales

Wealher Pcur

i Eern US
CHICAGO, June 10 (U*)-Bein
dominated the weather picture in
the eastern part of the entry for
4the- U,.straight day yeteday.
Light rain or drizzle fel i the
northern and central Plains, much
Of the Upper Misaissippi Valley
and western Great Lakes region,
in Pennsylvania, Virginia an d
southern New York state and in
Phurdelphia ,ad Harrisbsrg, V
Pa., were pelted with more thab
two inches of rain in 24 hours.

Cool air swept southward across
the Plai into Texas and New
Mexico, routing hot weather there.
The Mercury dropped to 4 at Ab-
ileae, Tax., compared with a 91
d@Art Southwest, however,
had rdie aever 1- ad w
w MA.N-t Pacific Nor'thest'
wiii degrees at Portlad ad:
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Wicked uncle, played by Herbert RuIdy, who wUbs htbn elk-
slated. Dramatic sceie .Is from ILVER CHALICE."
produced and directed 'by Victor a Ul. for Wat*ner .Bis.
in CinemaBeope and Warner OolorTa fli, based am tie
.r anllat no~t el by T'homas B. COotaer, also stars Va nuz
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are looking for
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* Modern wrought iron ,,
desk cltra......22.50
* shelf w ht ron an
book stad....... 7.50
SW tables .. 5.35
I M,tck of blaek
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FOM Y.IN, o,). quartet of hiOngry ]little
-obl a In is n a er Sam Goodman's gar-
den.bic In subuibad.. l. A though quite perturbed
ovi UOI'S. Abon- t'e grcerit "- don't see to mind
.. a.hwiC1 e0olee of'a building site.

Just in.,.


long apd short. In petton,.
nylon and embroioered

Everyday we're unpacking
new smart styles in

S. "",'10 (UP) -Nine-

Tes*cue crews
ul a r a frrom the flam-

Th wi9 u leaped from the
fNami S bdlfh "tuker Jl*nanis.
bu.btt < .W oter w lch burdbm
il ptA Wbri shet of deati.
They td lehusl and aeream-
la in 'Wl ofMre."
The 0 .to Johannishs, with
a crew 41 ad the flrst engi-
*ertrS, wtb aboard, collidkled ht the
narrows of the North Sea between
England and Beolum with the 7,-
2M-ton Panamanian tanker Buc-
S Flames leaped from stem to
stern of the Swedish ship and
flaming oil spread.out on the sea
around both vessels.
The crew of the Buccaneer.
traveling to RottertInm, put out
the flames on their ship without
The sea around the Swedish

Pefrillo Installed

As AFM President

For Sixteenth Term
CLEVELAND, Ohio. June 10 -
(UP) -The American Federation
of Musicians ended their 5h an-
nual convention yesterday by in-
stalling Jams C. Petrillo in his
16th consecutive term as presi-
Petrillo delivered an unsched-
"led closing address to the dele-
gates asking local unions to lift
barriers in their loelities against
traveling dance bands.
He said he opposed legislation
restricting the entry. of traveling
bands to local union areas be-
cause the public is entitled to hear
and enjoy them.
The 1956 convention will be held
in Atlantic City, N. J., next June.
Tanker was "an inferno" accord-
1 ing to one survivor. "A huge bowl


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Crystal Cocktail Mixer a%4 Glasses
Crystal Hi.Ball Man Siped4;lusese
CrTstal Ash Tray, Cip""hind Match COps
Silverplated Andmetvyy W hifu and Trays
Lumium (English) Portable Bars
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Su W be sting TV
Slwil use a total q of2 cam-
w n, w is a lot of cameras
Sie blaek-aad-wbe.
a s,, ra,_. ge laser will be
Au Weav'. latest NB brain-
SM le *e fts "*WW Wide We
aiMOWleo tor June 27. In
M, emeras will brag you
2gWatt a4 sounds from 12 spote-
1tUi lirow York to San k ratisco,
W ada to Mexico (Dave Garr o.
Is 1asl ted for the MC spot.) va |
es i,Auly, ABC will trot out
f1 14 lus onI to pf March is a Californiela who rt
I n wuAl 1oe a Died aldat the tenlde ageoft
H M t. com rtine vaud4416. L

1010n10 FTO tain it; I don't tkow wh.1-
*tem- there a Mat iven away more *than e* at a
W eteoeonkal bug .. -cum --" ,m

arTmh anVem@s be ad pb toli eo i

9". T at's al Malrlo, who con to ak
'iriatens to s iet a new t e atchas- ta
teos I seemo tr *Mrt wA -few fatA, facto it. r- dhatt

*. m .Ps Imbn *Nma', foreman '. at at a, t n
a but, a hobby . te Sm al

12 le' the head umenlejander- Planet," the deli !Gre lIfaI
e..'o Revlon's big new '@000.pa7 shown on
,s. He and Torm Inide r expandelin to s a roadway tpy
set with an expanded, blf- ... The "Toast pftni.=.e t"as
r ver * oft "ethe eoldelar SlIvan Show" next season. Which
r, e "li.ers.. is what everybody calls it anyhliw
SInee the Coca assigammnt is not. . TV givmg dramatlsts the big
iw, d'"The Solders" .tnOtye break of recogntim. Viewers ar
1's c teo ber primal M the albrost as con, e f W1 plgy.
ymi on "Th ,e6 ." bor this i a big talk about' P y o.C Iy and
aace. Hq's alWays been / c- Roe they de about
r, working from aaeapt. us 8 eve6 ed. Wat1) Cory$
s first t at MCing and ad-'est tUing that's happened to
di ve.rsi .. w r ert ,Acb they invfted
"TI d S't even know a thing eraser.e
7Iout twe shcw," he said. "Never _---
,,m booe. tt wa if tw wOrio. I Dck*, qula,,; Igwimg, ,ay-lBob
4lerastand about 3090 gu aiU- iboe, i. wbha the drive-in theaters
aftf tir the jSr. Not om.Apt W dyet ehaor imioB. jwt aN
iould I audition =or som 0lbiog I amusement tax.
lever heard of?" .. -
*-e did't ntd to, at first. Th!y Jimmy Ca n naO ("What's the
rl fta A .a v Story?" DuMont): An oy las
aStm% aa". r-fltw~a'mi] "arty to which you are not Ilvitd:
.re im hiS old raew shdw,'"
Ilsso t and March." He re- to
e ~Mareh says, "tells
w ured to love 'Sweeney and
And he .said that 1 ome-
-he'd hire me. Never met the l
E re. Anyhow, when th*a s Bot
up, he remembort me. i
o now Hal Nh I ad-
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conceivably e away ,
ney than he makes. The makes. The idea
leaves him sitgty btaWed, blt
's still excited. '"
wasn't too keen on the Idea

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P14062.q o bet ke m e ive ere A m is feeling the for.. Atble -erufatns
*l o u oOrbear hprstill o all on Un o__u _m _a OW
erain. .bo m,- e ... ..i s o Dpe q. ta.' t an
rn meUeiysg p. mre-d- hiC3. D BoCys

o late Sand 'iadoJu talhcocktale Atlatl C i h1 that heha b s t the pub- Temblna. Clathes htarthahce Krh ct however,
| iH:-^":.^'( 2...".. d 'ia e e a ht '*rr M ... .. stll o e My W
1eh .-ai .to' Itn "" to m a.' by dh eare r~ipi la Thi m bilt h ,ir B lc iat k enow Ana e Mpeet o Ma ya Wlliam n' O'" Nl
A dr e -hulof y c hooa l lon Sat-e. I bbN nsowt aa suy ORa teetn4 Meier. Frootmo and y 1 26
1 monh m clm oi et at DOROTHYSCHASEl2.

S. el.. R.l.y o.S.mboa, U anory eto, muck about gb f Ia an tio Mr. Neil ena t ,ue wA hey a doit o ay TOtE d u -17I1 u
t| atHteaatseia ahe hmass -oetuyn the pb.r T .. Cf Pho wa e t n
ao ocsktoe a 'co- hern Le..,-, C r. ai.his ie b keo age. TODA Y e nd TOMOR ane

I e I o A LAST .2t A Srg.r:
do is tolrace. -#ma t DMnda w beerve at 7:15 e d IT 6 M t l : *..
MF ne Rowey waso ad wI the nest ct at the Clu ooil THE JEWELRY STORE'S M t i
tied* Stoer, ref r. te.ni Ss tated es.S Her bandeau 4Octe owa June 13, W te :D3a Fred Buof h, -140-l co
f Bahwa fmar .lto l nesSA. BeaM. The o of pink.w alnd her Colo- t n lt- thin ti, I D TravelaA .m in e ire t fo .ble
uSner te nial eo m at an a pd blue low t Sciey wia to terthe col. mentaryt.ton w, .hiah uao fo o ne .. i l
h .TTra Ta ,d Schgol art De Pwll lptal t-obNe e ebl o .-1 B OproYort coloredD 1

*The eetdnr took place oC Mprfolktwmd..tieerhab slides on rehenthpto :Me-
SOfficer the me taff At he wedn M B o w bet an. Ushers wer e Mr. Paul made er te Memorial Daya l
Satenddb her nt and uncle Mr. and Mr. W. C. Midletn O'Donnel leJack Scboonover, 3y Shao weekend adii arranged by thh eSnl soi a eed

o NorfolkV. and Lt. Richard Birdl 3 Big Sipments ueleare welcoe!,l geg sho aw wo* i
Sm, A recetio t as held atm l the A 0 UR A olies the p ublic anboth ofrt on m
e uTwe Pa At Ebaany Mark Dr. lgrd Alam havi ClubJfter the cere. M e 1,Canal 70e and' the Republic

A-leen Ybeabeth'n Birthday gow keprei k t dot yeanarfeib ig r of Panama are cordially invited U 4 e3-I
* celbti-oM the official Dr. and Mre. sittdo J. Al.aro e Montilla Cook tp atted., M Bnyh

h birthday oBn Majesty. Que en tedDytpl ye rle m db e i ---n Ep Livings eetonfie b h is f
Eles. Haveil Baaeboao 112 morars of Royaledal m No. 2.aiiAm

n db w 'aba do r a d id ear I & a e e t m ee C a n l Z of d M a n 'tl h A n g e- S A i s I t

S.t th ad ta w.etforr.,.ld,.,HFDE DABlN LODiE A. F" & A. M 1od orEarrings *
H Over ehu- .]dred uests includ.f Gan, ,a tcoso late Mr. Wil.. . . .'rlisw e etC Van't Vew themuh stdyn the Pull . .
of .f Was fn special communic tion fo the purpose of a -

|ciasd s A l -y o n d l a c e t ot d a tJ tes Wonsa P l a c l3 t a 7 : 4
Cial th". '-S ognv adet ay, a "&m ily t nwt -wda m. a .e' mum tove .tt- es si e os fo Jhe- wl il a M Tl mT" IS.

d*e. About t...hndred a nd fi 7.war.. "" aud trs. oaonS.owecofr''renol of thenbrdelandro-m. Sco'tish '''Temple,"lb""oa"C. | "
- were reent at this atherin sto uncle nd *ut o mne nonairee tended the church ceremony and Colored
s E h R wir een onw mrabir O- cameofrom..h Mifs dwat a rt am sie attre de bh ar Ba w h t SATURDAYas iUNE 1s1a 55ia .
Sday ena ter mece a ad Charles Cafrey, moth a oer0 i o f ther o t clii t, m n

b--,,pary borces -A 1'2 P. C. o M na ,-- e o. a-'
| ihare oha one o f-i t., andr ggoleer.itauf elf mane 13 ivt pn:30 A.b rad Bt ih ,
r nSdsutwe .Ml- nstr s c o ol ati He C ndlesticks
SUori, which inel.be sohtenized at MrIs. u D oeh vn r A o t ss T- sod e tf a ber who are eer i-
Spm. on Jne te a th au the ohrees ndiaogh er, Milrs. Either leaving the athmus thi s month Anot e e l bya the o nt
SLioCathedral g oic la te u e veon of a dong those are: Mesdamel n RoMs In Ro lM Nog a o o rO SerS,
ce soi f MiL Theynold .was among thit att me Lillia mn Keett Hfan w D ei a sratoC 6is w ca h

yer. graduating class of friao- mn h Greer, Carol dGro ikn a Oil Colo Fos, a
tEanel e- A teal ged Sdhotns. o b eurth, and DonnaU Bradfieldr. AulEml dv. SPECIAL PRICE fwh the
ForVa members a :coiay i nv ted e l
i--~Jma:.t.....". .-a.'.w in" another wSe f or A rav eg JUN weekend -- Ar. ag d
atene bor P a nt r.an ucer. an Mrs.. W C. Wd e ODnell M W S at Jekw tho3ig I o.n t T ra sie s Nor i4y will beS P so.2.

Mr. Jol Schrager. The orets in. rdge o Anco, arrive Fri-,ner, Max Factor Makeup Consult-
tend to tour the Eat Coast d day fro the diversity of Mis-1t will not be able to conduct her CS th . TIE
ail or Eu Iope oa J t 21 on the ouri wt she has just com nletidemonstration for the club. J rd
s " -. Kt a detrn and elegant set o ee p n m n r o
une 3Eth e o i l exenpi e bC tred vi sir o M
b of e arey, Que ..TAB fayt a n-"-"Lr t d a" sEpl o u te Livingth Dner wi b e erv ed t .: 1

e Stnb yrs pp e d r o .T.LDn an~ama F ome r CraS al l Sac e Nrae d= .........4 A
whitn ,a. quc l b adn po a corB

rs w o or Co loredtt e E s aton tahea emr ti v TAII EIT h
ther a r a t bO d Nt Hionss p T i Mt api C ve rhventt elduw sdetn a DAh ALL EG oelACE go wi a

Norp, i jiltma srroand uatte mondthl i PAIrTED

Iwo r Pa ings wa at a eh amyht ar thb w row d tvh e IH I Ae M F I G tIeE o .l Mn T H R
tobirtdy their esy Queenonher b lenh ca meufrom he ct d e to r ee to givn he er bynMs.o a LivingstoJU E, s n a
day. ,te n of. ni e LeW aeao wChales Ce y mot s Tour Dther of thve.,.r-
MEer. 'd'er WeUb n oh_ and b a er guest atte ndin O w ean reette s br ide.es A, it recipes
.Nurtaes arntvins a e m b li sn ot rs rr y E if u, =et. nrg. slidesel o Ne reRent AT 2p 3o P.
officer n t ela ista yes At the .edn eMrs. Be oon ws b M.Dai n Usher sr.te wll R Vai n Cvfe ant wa t P AN m oER TS

Rtichard bMicyl ear a of u cy, M is. an and. W.C Mi e Oi..Don n Lt The Schaoie Na vey Wivesnd d a S
of bNr and Mand Lt. RC. Bird g caster, lar.s Ceilla Aemen shr,
dense.Aouttwhunrd -7.Mr. aud r .nn tue nd Cu t 9:30 at. patrda forh Condlf ei,
gwre whic t at beso terin ate snunoon ree ofse the m br wheo are 'mil'ta
: po n Jtme At hem ba th a me Mark D rm R icho e ari my at nd Nvy Clubafter ty Mrr. sther leav in theal s ahd thi month.iA
dre, parKofey brode.fAT.2 Panam Form Cand D onn rail Westminster ma keS
-e by ftILO 1=1imsewiol andIoegw re
rein ilnl Bella ViSta Y N t gre chang hsi a l DssAed
Mr. sol h Tahe ,ucis p, e.. an..Mbedto cEenke nERVIE BRID: P.*. ""

teod t ohie 2 t lonmth urat t h 21 o r. 4,: o Done ut s has mt c omplet- etonf or thhe club.
months .on th e nient. a m is lcri1dmeismajrn. J ole inath e stma s oh wage 3) A-. '"
held b W hips oaseo'mo-s 1

ormerPaaddomgnETedr oakr. AisMsWpo.,... ...... ... a4. wr
for to JunO Mis onThelma ra h e a rs coro aet-ide n r i
t hofspndbt ws o M her- Frmmdnt H s F t o
Oatr Miss VeF'sr. Bot n ueetn r. ClE[b, NeCKLAeSra Satu..day 5

rnWhds hlh "]. aed feat her-

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I adt \. around health... better feat her-
s la ing, sweeter oflg~ cer than: PEAILS . .......... . . .t
ever in protein, viamins and BRACELES
delicious AVQS... .nr, Frmci V A-RICH BRACELETS .............. 95
Diet fs a campiee hood. And I
your bud will love itj M ... t Our
APjO ,". Aeoj */ *. ... 25.00 Our FREE Raffle.
Imm. ft. Lm L hmsk Re, e. belw, 9.
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Pakers pers Mdv."
Pl enes 2-241 2-2562
FLearn iss inf f t
imI & Jumping elems ?d
Sto 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
r by appoIntmeflt

Match -Stick Btaboo
0 Venetim Udis
Travers Curtsins
a 3lUa or Wood Jalousle
Call 2-3063 or 3-40
estimates Give Withoult
Distribute by
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#atrai Ave. (between *4*
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fI as Insran Conpany, rIe.
(Baech Offtile)
No'. 1X Tvell Avennu
SPbhon PaMii 2-381
44 NM rem AOme PN t Offlee

rted thug slugged Wallace
I the head and took
ld. ]But when 'he discov-
W&Wderoth had only $1 in the
h. apologized and return'
a bqth the billfold and mousy..

I reet NO. 13
ok of July Ave. A J i
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FOR SAUI -oi r I- n
any dinf tome 4"i
Good condition. 125I-A P.I.
-c.z. Pho. 4-111.
frivgouter. 25-qST4s 10 S--

0805 Plakh tres.

k -y l a t .eI *
FOR SAUL-*-Leing S' lis..
IUckiir, 14 IkL.R'

or S?7. Can F. mo'il$ .

57-inch selling ftn. e,
feginvwd fe a f 4eremw
b lus. hsellemni tm *Mr
Hours 337-A, Criqlai rl.l 5.

FOR SALI:-Quetr Mauis -
i- S.1.m S1.50s 7.eal Se el
end tukbq $5; Wafstre Iestrek
*rtable u wing meebile,-H m-t
iockments $25; Feloblin Pon-
bil 3sewimn machi.,r a" eiteo-
ments $50; portable redl $15
with betterlbm. Irverbineg 25-
and .O-cycle IPhmM VJ14J14

FOR SALE:-Modemn mahogany

Call 3-400 f hirfJU m:
Wi OFFER ngenerous eds in
on Refrlgerasr,'Stfv e (keys-
'mU* s er.ulletels), lesy wask-
lug mech.ess purh5Hses
Frifidaire all-percelein refriger-
taern,. Tappn stoves and eRsy
washlng machines. PFr epprel-
ali, consult Mr. nailed.
ICONOGAS,. .A., PheL s 3-
0985. 3.0919. 3-0908.

Real, Estate
FOR SALL: Small house in'
WO C io, 10,00 seVare
wter,'4 bde,
tabbl. e, irm, ferm implemots,
steva., refrigerator. convenient
...l*I ai edr, best view in Ihe
*Xe, *lamm 3 01ks is ra.,

BW1 IUY, Sonl n4 Mema Real
Estate. "Tlia lIm6l-l lho."
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Pr. '.

nuberisa CASA PARTON
Central -79.
Tel. 2-4591.
b o t C.o. t

^Sf1. brand'vp five
years' warranty no down
pIpayi t, $12.50 month.
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Garr a r tRd
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sR mAsses .. e-~d
Rovee.'i imfee i i.sI-
ISR)e w'L 6 UhewuIr em f
Sties. -* ask t le

Pft AI.-.* Im r Fe d hl.
**w to **l ..U|. f **tb-
sIe edL M.e IMiir b-M a-
'MaFke eIr "-$ZU.

11g W0. mi mohlm can-
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edeI, if -o IM l pell.uor
eeavr w ufv UFl9o; 1iii
Nowk 9. -vI IgM
PWIM, ,at ,irs n. r eal.,
eye Am, "1s0. 1.' w.
Ce m.ho korn 1604, Apt.
4, ONCmesbal.
FOR SALU-1942 PIekard -
VOetlWe, peefo0InAbmieaIl ems-
ditien. Coll 130, Sterlin \SG-
rae, Colon.
FOR SAL -. 1939 PlymouIth
C a u p a. leollnt mechadeall
condition. Cmir $75. Phone Pen-.
eipt 3-4442.
POW SIAI-af Pe.iard 4-
dew'Slede, 55JO mlM. One -
owner. Pbe Ba s 32-2464,
House 093 .Amder R1ud.
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FOR SALE -WkIr mor tbe b
as is $25. Cell 25-i111.

Beaa & Motors

FOR SALE: 24- feet Cabin
Cruiser. Completely equipped for
tl*ding :eWhemawt.
On 95r clenamt a nd e*
seawelely beaoe aI Noe EnSe.
No. 234 IBlbhs Yacht Club.
Pkone Kebbe. 207.

Of ULUL4o0-fet alo CaM
be ln out of the water Setr-
4yt at Ilab YeanT Clik .
Going saft"WLTff V~ -mosmUm

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"MODELOS" haem I 's
Sws im and ums in n ob lo*-
e 0lylem. "L. PMtil." oeUral .
Ave. 13-142. Plhne 2-2814.

Ie, Cdaelr Ave Me. *2.69.-ep
e** d **eIad tatem. pho" ,
2-1479, Dby-eight erviw.


FOR SALl:-Lovg.t, SWwey
sby Gmed Pie %., bmil fe,.
t"h "le e Pilrfe sedilN*s.
Cell -42. 452

FOR SALE:- Phlie al-em.dl
tiMo ait %.. Five vym e
ta. Cheap. "Le Postal.Cl sl
Ave. 13-142. Phni e -PM.

F aOR HINT,-, Wmbe, afi
Steet, Pmeroll. For l, dmeia
Plmne 3-4106 3-28.

AKC r; hjred. Of tAm"Ift4 I
yrn; one m*@ ead an ffewl.
7T aenke. Le Cheu,' S07
JOaM Ds Daned, oear Mimus
t Old PUa.m.
POW SALMI--0 sheatl *f "Ls
Cepmero.er" stek., Cedl I JigI

#OR SALIt -'W e1 4 I .-
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sed. A :be:gilM .* 1 t
beNM Nt. Apt. 2. .gmmd
ffer. Mr. VoN.
FOR SALI:-1949 alek fees.
dor Super with raftli. uigal
lMIgs, eat.; 2 r ifeemtse 25-
syste; mehigipy deam. aid
ablsenle mses hbosehold geeds.
Pimie Anen A-481 .
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cmmnot witk sh.ryfing ca.
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SAt 1 a.n. Section Of-
aluct the service and dedicate
Di.a andd d oso ngeters will John artr and John V.
Carter Jr. have been given no-
At 7:U p.m. Chaplin ad M<. tice of award 61. a contrad i or
UeGioe wll pay their last vis- the pure he- wS removal of
SAc lvat on Ah before th"ee memory dams at M -
ba.vln.tt m ,i al. i 5 flO' Lnd Islr Miguel LoeCs,
Bcuregor has been faithful the purchase of the spare pats
ei ofe Savaion Army and for the dams nd the purchase
eu f e color ed -and remoal of the ratl*y
t. o eub iooreinvdt- brd erthe Old French Oa-
ed to hear his last message to us. nil channel near Mount HOP9.
SThe Carter p ers with a
S u_. IuB, sum offer of $11,33.0 were
ArChdecon hirley the bide on the items
When bis wp oVpenedM7y. 31
esumes DUties byC=L a M A. oq -nsi-
Meertl adanstrutWon,. direc-
Archdeacon Lemuel hi rl ey a tJols.hle
who was enjoying a short vaca AdmisH ras building at Bal-
tion, ha resuined his duties at
St Paul's Church and will offi. e bid lnled an
clate at the services aon.Sund.ay Theb f nu an
t re fay io r W for of deh ol
obserefnce on e Of .ii
after Trinity. th three e ency dam, two
a Tr inity. of while I ar located at Mira-
The ird of .celebrations florem and on t weot
wl be R3Sy Sa eat chamber at Maa M10.
at a .m. C 1s stuehaol ri It alo included an offer of
will sther fe. sgumagS Prayer $g for the pmchase and re-
session at 109:3 a.m. and N of the emergency dam
pt iU bat mo .*. i p ted in the Pan-
Soses and $16.-
.vensau sdaileirea at 7 p.m. w (ore pqrchae and demoll-
will be the final service ofthe tionf railway bridge at
day. ... Iouat Wope.

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UNITED STAS. qupaimi
deisie ni ee Ihmer-
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WANTED-aernlo eokeep-
Oreep le iam.-rjWwide ef Sag-
11. E Irfu felea Je Ge-
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to i smU. 1WB %a k-
Ing artaVt b .6f aa
gOn station attendant- last
Olardellb's attorney. Michael
Von Mahebzisker, said iman-
diately be would appeal to the
PenKlymia Supreme Courb,
and Edt ward P. Little per-
mntts'@S boxer to go free In
LJ0O b a pending outcome of
ardello, formerly No. 1 co;-
tedear for the middlewe oht
title a convicted March I of
ssaultllpg Howard Short., 31. ai
on t Nte counts of riot. LUte
preand t the three-day tWi
nd the jury's verdt
Tb4 meant an etained his r-
o' career sinceughout, was in-

.1 r wiry onoi
stawiu _in agreement not to
lteente-*Itehte convicted of a
ello's license expired last
Dec. I sad he has not sought a
renewal of the license
TLheMUler. who maintained his
lnnoao-es throughout, was In-
dlctq_4I a granItjury on [ec.
15 wqrTlore ether men. Two
of the others pleaded guilty to
ass ut-an riot charge nd tbYl
thirl |!e ded Innocent to 6.
sault arges.
Short claimed Olardello struck
him with a crutch after the
boxer and group of compMlamk
stopped. at the station for.
lne. OArdello, who hdl.
hie bwe In an autoiIn b f
debt a few days before
contemUed he never let thi eo
and Ioealled to the othTIit
to itop beating Short.



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Dr. Paul C., Young, above) not-
ed psychologist d bead of the
Louisiana State University pyeho-
logy deportzeat, arrives today il
the Cainal Z-re..where be wi I
codust CluaIM at the IU sum-
mer!sessio ceaupted or ti"
Armed Forces and other U. S., e
*." e .i Im i. ll.. ,.
Ds. Ye" willabaoh initroduei
tion to p chtokgy and pycbhology
of adjustment In classes that be-
gin June 30.
Psychological research and ex-
periLmenataion by Dr. Young have
received. atteatim all Over the
world. He has been with the 6AU
Psychology departant since 1924.
Registrationaor the s-ua m e
session is scheduled at mo Army
EducSion Ceater, Fort Clayton,
between 7 and.. p.m. Moody anJ
Tuesday of next week
Classes bet offered ths -
ion i ti to psycho-en
llgy, psychulog 4 of ad A t. i-6
physical s edne. humsiaRta
gy, govern t (itenaUil re-
lations) and h b ry. All. the
cwses carry three
Mid all U.S. eiti Sr eUCKn1e
to UfanU ^ .
The session ei AAgest' 12-.

VFW Encompment
To Begin Sunday
At MarCoita
The VFW 9oEdaDi .twiH ge
Wwlay Sunfdy :8.11 toK as
MVgarit Servi e d matr with a
momiag eeremy. i:,

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ter. All tui tid he was holding

iUnt.a dit,
udd" do. nothing he

nd. of her dire
teatm y, counsel's Obk
/l : heverl of her re-
jarks =I e stainedd and these
vWere #trld& frop the resw ,
hbe finuled by saying thai
Whd and her later pmplan
to pollee when ars came
up after the soldiers' ear w
back on Oaillard Highway.
_. s ., 'We d w a. in
I*A b1"k O car beci.es. *
were very much afraki,'" Ahe
g She ;ad te and her lUter
o e M fol car and a pb-
Bcefn t o her to hospital.
Under erwe questioning by
Do Castro; she aid her older
tister had heard from a friend
about thi dance at Ft. Amador
ond they undertook It was n -
ing to 'be a good dance with
good beople,
ne ad abe had never be-
fore been to a dance there. or
elIwhere in the Catnaj Zone,
without an escort. Asked whyv
shp did not dance, she replied,
No one asked me to danft8
Defense4 OUiue l lutrsd:
"Wasx't the 7eol reason that
UitceU Mated at (g igd-

The witness reMlled that she
never seMw ithel fl she
the p htg1 h ilia t
tUider further *odding. t

I ectd

Amador to Coremal, or an the
way ftom Coroal to Arr-jan.
answered "no" to both ques-
Nb.e slsesaid that t Arrtl-
which she did not s Akd
If It were not true tht MI ehU
brought out bottle oft

eat to offer any red"gla*e

=d her rter I".woo6a9d
mid they J ot hbo B
ThrtIhout the trial. ca e ha
been taken to se that nether
*I at. b pr..
e eachees Jud Crow
admonstes th mr ot
to disur* th ,ca t

ed in teroom. .c

Odf to ahe 9 1v
About 90 men ad wwoMwn left
the room.

Deputy Margh Ur *
nan make separate htunesa
rangements for the eomphab :
witness so that hw ot -
mitted to soeaer tt 4 iter
Until both haN Ma 1i.bp i

In ouesiloalgs, weOsOsaiMWit.

ou,; wias UImnaUwn -JUniq
soldiers. No valremel hi
heard It

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fali diplomatic cantr nwe
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Confident Of His Air Pow

Cor oul e e-

libd but t ipea d
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,caH oned Prelrdent
Ia cL Iad toed
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Gen. Alfred K Grueonther, su.We fl er plans Will be spited irUtM- t .
prime Allied commd i E Russia' w ocean- e o te
rw air power Is "better ta Grunter gave the comMintee t ad
Ruis Ad Canr be ke that way this i fare of Ad s o hedble a apptment
yo ed M ont o ng -- fe e l at w en th e .rm .n W r w th C o l
yre ro.- oI-Waler;r who teuded with Corei
rafie ticaHiUY' the. e tftribtfot aredn, i te,. f n -, .,', ". re oal,] ian
vias the-- -e- ofl(he v ast.ipi* eh iCh an- a ndedS his p reI mat ,isg-aton
vieto attack in Etrope. |iIe weUSf t ,eva, P aS^.la tlasr, .a the pieent iqinigratiol
t4- -ei*.osbhQutatomic nafth.law and pois changes in t
..,t 1 iea- "far", will be able to defelsuccesul-.. ..aw and opposes changes in the
ma.y ok the aiEs, are re-. wW. .ean t ..e G"., sta "aprts s .ldd
anan T --it * -'*; '1. ,". pasag -oft the 10 changes in tmo
'.Nqa-l o lawk aIs% d by the Preasient wu
Preis er'a top. .aide tiJ A i "make the program easier rt
is utgpe, a, Itif ed at a secret fV . m$laitao."' .. '
s pm ofubth House PorW Al- n Bt he added if Congress does
fw mmaittee in of fthe jj{ y j j inot rdb throubh m I will try my
Pr aaldttj, p,4M r, I0 foreslipl, "best make a success of it as
#sW air0(ram Sor the- fiscal year ..... the aw now stand."
Sr- testimony mad h 0Indlanapoks t__
G ih testi.mon the itory p the Federal Re
public after the hearing, told the INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., June T t Fe m -
coalittee he is "astiatied that (UP)-Herman Nems, .3. iorea ui".ai- af,.... will be.
o lng-rgai. air power is batter veteran from Norfolk, Va.. told to W dal ours"lanls are
and ore ctive than the co. poce his wife and 6,00 were h m . r. '-AdefSe- ov ns a e-
rab Sovlet Military organire- atqlen Wednesday albt tHree ef.' "
beo.'e the. Imen they met in an Indoanapolls -.eather attributed Ruuia's
"b] the ed whch we tavern, re.t coci-liatory moves toward
have now il remain with us for Nelms said he and his wife.,I West to -he Allied buildup in
sona time 4i the future. if we do- Geneva, 32, came here Monday so Emnro -he .. bid" i
ter!n tht It should be that e could look for a. job. Nelms -a orop te.the d
way," he sad. said he abd bis wife met the men -.... sadr,. ,oer -thU-. bid1
&mea c-ep sagnlal Demnacats in bar Wednesday night and be upid setWolatue.0them ie
q bneher thiss country's offered the three. $5 to drive him Isidta w t w "brilgns about
pa progpr a was big enoU and his wife to the home of as tnthe l.w. .h "
t eve~ral fghts of radices aunt. hae r A Ai ow
aewSb vet' planes wer observed He was -in bit aunt' home when sr 0aia-u, es A u tow
over MoscOw, including, iN.reo- be Joot .ou the em-w e** saw w r ,,- bap a- ,
tineutal jl.t bbmbers qhnlur t0 lb his wift get ta!t be :fb with
Ao cn 6ae ail-nprs, iid. lrs. m ih "w f n
Subsequently, the. Air Foe .an, was eftyMNi 4016o iM a white said q' Allies have from
ced a a5 per emt speed-up ]a aylop.i pe, ai. 0 to 100 land divalon while na-
rmiuctln. De fe 0. Seeretaryl Nelms escnq hIs w ofe as val"ftectivea" is s v rIal
hadles E. Wilson aIM 6 utatd prwl "bload and very attractive" mal s wh tec a lor yes aev .
- .- -. _. .- .--.... .. ti.e wt four yeas ago.

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27 n ery girl
10 f e 8 sLet fall
|Jl iqd Ome 29 Harden
'aiaMseo Bmaled stripe
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a fiela." there are aSnut

The law provides for admission
i this entry of 204,006 stl gees
d Mativhs of immigrants by
te Sate Departmelat an-
leot reebtly 21,=00 persons
tuaoly bad entered 1tl. .United
taes up to Ma y of whom 3,-
8 .wae refugees.

Scout News

olds Up Ib SPi
LADRD (P)-The drift of
tse peasant potladion td the bij
towns pnremlts no rXolem fot
Spai, according to th Ipat opu-
la'igure paIn's a cultural
pAi tUl refia of over
action of MA
c s figures d s im 1930
there were 5.,000, in.ab ts of
poviaeil cities and ,IS.ooo000oo in
the previngee outahe of the big
ciea. .The figure for 1900 showed
7,O,000 In the proviWctal cities-
2Oes,000 in the smaller. blames.
Observers pointed out tat while
thousands of country dwellers have
aexed into Madrid and Barcelona,
Spain has a very large popular.
Uon increase rate and te neo-city
figure has not been affdeted.
'bhe general population increase
is parly explained by the improve-
meat in Spa's health a 4 naon.
Infant ortallity, klhAWas-at a
rate of 200 per 100,000 inhabitants
at the tura of the century, 15 now
dowak to 48 per 100.00t .
The. general mortality rate also
is now down to nine for each 100

An aDnR y meeting, hiWgbid ,
by a affle luncheon en-
jMda thdu. woek by Senior Girx l
SCout troop "0" of alhoa. eld
at thi =bme of thAl]ekd, Mts. .MJ
ne ler, the tmeen irls Pio
rlaVan te summer leuindar of ^.
evet.4 h*-. *a buwslesw meeting
a*W'#v kaWd their putlaph
ini r scent vtleu UyS I
dew in tb0 0 SWo SSe
S lao devrosh to wdtk on- wnmm

fur their fathers. tEch .. r 's
father will be her honoed gueat
at .the affar in hib Konorto be
held at the Balboa iJttle Suae at
6 p.m.

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Eajoy dhe glory of ahakic high fiAd
ity musical '0ly hb V-M Pidels has 3
e smendo~angespeakmn... bass refes
chamber ...ba lamted eme-o-masic
loudes cnmdl imS 40 o 15,000 Cp.
Choi of $ric, slatgf mbhPsy or
Mf.de pis -d poi 'rkie! Black, 1
b us we # #utwur cos.

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ew *leid" W jib Sla
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yo bWv~iohew
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bitohflr U moome.t Thir odd I c.

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your maid a&ne memory a d
new man. In (ac. tuOs a ooer?
which Is a homn medlcinmeo In pieS6t.
easp-to-tao tablet form ,_w53
with aald.onateailnmnUk oM -
linm to build aIM Ti:oura a& jre.,
yet ft Is abpolutlrharmless ae Y.
uraJ Itn salo cov.
ah qnilSou ofriats anma.nl discov-
r. scaled Vi.TbI. has b? ai
thsat it s nmow blsa ist 0ribtd
chml fther.t I -thTr words. V.
Tatibb a tefl fee1 full of IglOuf
and Mee s-a" year. younger.. a
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THERE AUTQ S LIKE THIS--Artist-Author Frank Tl.sly of 0
ays the railrem. could regain lost passenger revenues by offering to take th
on vacatiO trips. The sketch above, made for Mechanix Illustrated iaauine, 4
two autocarryig can. Insert shows the car-carrying superstructure of a
*' ,been pivoted for a vehicle to be driven ,

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S6erNa Ips 4t e sI he, and e for ewye's tate!'...
Every d .# @ ought o keep them o her shl.

CHEF BOY-AR-.EE Spaghetti
Sauce with Meat is really tasty with 1
spaghetti but also it's delicious on'
fried eggs, with meat,
and even with rice to
make our delicious yellow roe. With a
little imagination you can find many ways
of using this rich' prepared sue.. Buy it'
today and keep it always on hid.

Sphagheti Sauce with Mushroom
makes a dish to delight the mose ex-
actne taste. Its very. easy to prepare.
L us.beat the con-
ing s i woer (measutzU W4 the %me
" can)' nd when it's hot, pour it over the
spaghetti already boiled in salt water.
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at's why Bordcn's -,-.-.--
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ear tw i A is soin
lay ad te finds one. 4
a0ftei ''delaying t
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ally, wfae ean't stand t
sense any'. lnger,,he dials t
i r mi '**r a.- my hoping A
t be -at'lf 'sg ..
it ue animals the telephlo
elft. And wiithe-aure knoi
'of hol toilahdIe ueh situ
that girls ~am. to .be bo
(or so'it a-ems-to methe
Ds) she ta"tet charge f t
erBatif.1 /
comes away fromn- the phoi
a sjasger:-* broad grin, an
again he dares to be nonch
Sure, she'll go." he' uys gran
There was.o0t1ing to it."

It you are a bra
ehialcough... ey' Can
diol Mixtur goothiB
relUef. The very.fla pobntful of th
world-famous iAedictUoa bring
comfort. You feel It. pneed dow
your throat-helping to break u
the thick. choking phlegm ... lea
ln[r protective il ovr4raw, ao
mnembftans. To j right awa
bow much eaer t b tb breath
Uand to wallow.
.No wonder more than z li
etUtla of Buckley'a Cadioi Mib
ban been mold. 'tIle
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The RomanCathc lChlu s has
lost more than $20,000,000 year
as a result of Its dispute with
the Pqron government, surveyy
L ihildleated, today.
- The largest Item. an- estimat-
ed $14,500,000 repr.,ents. taeB
to which church Property e-
came. objected lat mhonh,
when a, law was enacted endtg
.tax exemption on chutch. p.P-
perties and enterprises.
The second largest blow dealt
S0cathollo pOcke.S about $6,-
M 000,000 was the abolition of
p Sobligatory religious instruction
. DAVID ID THE FOX DEN-rour-*year-old Davd Matis o: in public schools. A laW, effec-
nj Moroe., Mieb., kneelsamog -six young toxes casptredby Mb. tive May 28, eliminated t le
Father ad- uacles. Robert Methis "sw the foxes nd their mo spends of hundreds oa ,teach-
* ot a heighboring-f sti Uant for lep and lured the young o aera of religion, pri ay I-
sit i a l.meen. Mother fox escaped. The yomaug out-wil, be men alike.
S .disposed of or given to a zoo, Davida father The Aentine govern t
S. .The Argentine goverentie a

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Famous European expert on women's 'ompuched be natio-
beauty, is at your disposal at as conatitutl nl convention
meets ,m
Roman Cath 9 h
F IL O Sstate religion.

BEAUTY -HOP Among the sima the governi-I
from 130 .a.m. to 5:30 p.m. ment Is still paying the church
are three army .general salaries
"J" St. No.4 Tel.' 2-3265 drawn by a as many priestss' In'
their capacity as keepers of
images of the Virgin. Mary in
three of her various designa-
tions, who were proclaimed
"General" of the Argentine. ar- -
One of them. Our Lad"of ("of r-
men, was proclalmeo General of
the Argentine army by Prasi-
dent Peron himself, about.elght
years ago.



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Atlantic asetball Lague
Wos Lost Pt.
Gibraltar.......... 2 0 1.W0
Naval Station ...... 1 1 *.0
Powells ...... ... 0 2 1'O

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Gibraltar 44 Unispor$ 44F
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Written for, N&A SW *
QUESTION: With the b a sea
lou4ed, te W ott and three and
two on the batter, the rupMers
4rdak. The. is ball four.
Th runner from trd base slows
ul -alfway the a nd
t toward th dat. e ruMjer
g"e faem to thrd
reaches the bag at full tilt, andr
overruns it. Tha catsbew throw
to, t ti drd baseman, who pts
the runner off the ba--before
the -man going bomn easose* tha
late. Is ths a thi-e" t? If so,
F*W the ruo euant? (h' i t un
Answer: a te f e tir tai-
bw Ift "Ma e48566Lt.The t- t
as "elb. ,,1
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Frank iora scored 14 points
for NajAt -i3 to 14 l-
that d enT, while Jen
arIIac ked t an even teon %n
.weunm p the nrtgh atetvi
leading tb* league wit
.points, Ju qae shit or to
NaBd% To mwas absent foM
Ctibratxa's LUae-up Wea Meday,
but Tom Brians, 6-% enter who
was blanket o Q 9 aen kl ght.
CmOst 14 fo the wi rW Ar-
It uitanig, 13, ..m Re=
''d OU'Bnit r ed high psat ha,
T*'R-MID ToNfkht at-Maltmpts
.Tle four contestants in quest
of-0 1955 Atlantic Basketball
u chaplonski wti agaa
tabe to the court at Margarlta
gF tonight at 7. The .Powell
hveave %hsady sio n that
the will command t respect
of te. other teams in tbe loop
ant will tonight face Q0braltar,
the league leaders, t the final
phast of the Ist of five ound&
thaM oOmprtw the Atlantic loop.
Reports have it that. Nando
Tom will net bl av~Uabla to Of-
braltar any more this season be-
cause ot PanOIam Lepgue cOna-
mtmenats. If true. this will b a
s5,lous blew to the Insuranwe
men's hopes at a 'it erown. t "
thew ill, nevertheleu, pit thme
great scoring threats against
Powells with the Gibson broth-
ers, Nel and Bab, aid their "big
man*." Ta Brian.
neither Naval station o CUnt.
vermal sports have asueeded in
running roughahod ac Pdells
Sand h simply been tbe. '
c of h=4 __uarte that s=aued
the d of the eeHaisdo.
In. ftiv.
For the nightcap Naval Sta-
tion and Universal Sports will
meet toe decdla web ee t two
will teka a sole hold on the run-
ner-up spot.

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Friday 2:00-3:00-Fiel.t Trips,
SpeciaL Eveats, ae.
Saturday 8:30-11:30 Super-
vaed Play.
Small Fry Playground Areas
are available threhuhot the
day. These areas are uOilpped
with na-saws, merry-go-rounds.
.viWgs, etc. Children shOVl4.* be
Accompanied by an older pon.
V. Group "" (IntterA te
Monday through Friday.

1e last Monday 8:00-9:00-Archery --
"E" League Basketball.
9:00-10:00 -Tennis.
SThrough 10:00-11:CO "C"
Lease Bspketball.
11:00-12.00 "D' League Bas-
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A small but classy four-horse field'o lmliprted
thoroughbreds will dispute the $650 purn-top Ort w
"afternoon in the featured Class C six d W ei-half
fnrlong sprint at the Juan Franco race trdcK.
'In the order of post position, In the saddle with te:haIfpr of
the highly rated Chilean im- 100 pounds.
*ortatlon Escorial will lead the Last but far fr*pi l 'ill be
field postwards. He gets into this Fan. This promistl A ntine-
tae under the comparatively bred colt demonstrate lat Sun-
':ght impost of 106 pounds and day that he is a g asn to be
*wl be ridden by starring jockey reckoned with from new on. He
t-i6ctor Ruiz. outgamed Turgot to finish %
strong second to Atys in the bet-
Next will be the speedy Blake- less Panama National Red Cross
mere, whose excellent perform- Classic which the latter easily
"Inee in his return to the races won by six lengths.
after a long layoff clearly Indi- Freddy Rose will ride the black
'sates that he is back in form. son of Tonto-Eventall.
uillermo SAnchez will guide the ] This well matched race should
Joak Mainleri horse under 118 be a thriller from start to fin-
pounds. Ish. All four scheduled particip-
ants rate a good chance of cop-
Monte Rouge.,which also ran ping the major share of the
r ell last well last week, follows. Purse.
tl.,i a., Vel Yeaza, ha ci kI Ten other Interesting races

L 41~

T HE HAT..-.ecause he emtiailly fooled with isa cap wlhk
Harry Walker was uleknaamed The Hat. The habit Is even mano
headaches of maniaglg the It. Louis club while giving signs

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'from a short suspension, will be'are Inc.hlderl on the program.
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I'M Used To C

NEW YORK (NEA--When.Har-
,,i ry Walker assumed command, the
ASBLIRY PARK. N. J. (NEA-- Cardinals kept right on losing.
Will Bobo Olson let loose another "It's nothing to lose your head
cascade of tears if and when he about," says the new manager of
strips Archie Moore of the light- the St. Louis club. "I've been
heavy crown. June 22... "What through this before. One of my
you t'ink you buzzard?" snorts' Rochester clubs started the year
Bobo. "I stan' there with t w o. losing 21 of 30. We bounced back 1
titles an' not cry?" ... to finish third and beat a good
Bobo's favorite pastime is to it I Montreal club in the play-offs.
*round the pool at the Berkeley-1 d Down 3-1 to Bill Skomvron. Bob
Carteret ... and, when the mood j Cerv and that Kansas City bunch
strikes him, to slip !n for a dip... in the Little World Series, we
a practice most fignters in train-., came back to win three straight.
lug would abstain from... "I've been around runaway rac-
Olson would prefer not to be call- es before, too. Take 1942, when
a .d Bobo ... thinks it sounds baby- my brother, Dixie, and the Dodg-
Slsh (that's the way "brother" ers were counting money whi e
hame out when his sisters called they were 13 ahead. The Cardin-
him year's ani ... but he's resign I als won and took the Yankees int
ed to it at this stage of the same the World Series."
'... Never before has the Hawi- r tal th cardinal
San Si'erie made a prediction n n .Walker talks of the Cardinal
the outcome m a fight, butn organization-"-t's really a lam.
says hsel take Moore out... his con- obe Olso n uy -ann uts into it. Stanky did
Silence is fattened by those two not. Indeed, Harry the Hat is the
;,nockdowns of Maxim .... Arche celluloid... That's almost as in.opposite of Stanky. ere will be
went 45 rmuds against Ma inmflamm*ie as m am uLm ,oellng out'no more fines and screaming.
without .4eqkpg b .... B bo.of sand trap in a. "Open..." '"These men are V.Q," says

the okly odger.s, was a pub- "I play better over there. I I the worst tning you can do to a
Ilcity man for Olson vhen the lt- more relaxed." ballplayer, especially a bitter
105 to fight Sugar Ray Robinsoni ciano most detests: "How do you at him. He11 start pressing when
In Philadelphila ... except th at feel?" .. "WhMat do they e it he hasto relax. Itshe same with
* time Olson was belted o0u0t In, me to sy?" he grimaces. "Ter. a team. You can't get panicky."
!-- Grible0" ....Walker beheves that the man-
F-eddie Bianci's probably the: Barbara Romack, back from the nor in which conducted himself
onl" trainer who graduated into British Isles, was telling us about throughout L playing career
boxing from horse-trading .... he a round she played at St. And. with the Red Birds helped him to
t made the grade after swapping rew's ... "Golf is serious stuff to his present post.
nags with Sid Flaherty, a fellow the caddies over there. You know "When they traded me to Phila-
horse-trader who manages Olson. those rolling greens. I had a short delphia, 'anu I won the batting
t ... As a light-heavy contender, putt, and my caddie advice championship. I didn't yell and at-
Bobo doesn't have to watch his 'Break it three inches to the left.' tempt to show them up. It was
Weight Bcurrently 1710 and so in- .. I broke it to the left. all right, the same when they shipped me
dulges in lots of fruit, including but it didn't come close to the to the minors in 1950. 1 didn't
bananas... One room in Olson's eup... 'I said three inches. Miss like either move, but there. was
San Francisco home is devoted ex- Romack,' he wigggled a finger at.no compipining.
Sclusiveh to pictures and drawings me. 'not three feet.' ... I fe like.
,of the champ plastered on the four apologiing ... In fact I did." "Moat of the people in the or-t
Walls ... by his devoted missus, Branch Rickey confided the oth- gainizatitn were lor me, 1 guess,
whom he met first in grade school. er dav the best first baseman ln and w hn asked to manage, ev-
The Yankees, still interested in'the Pirate organization is a dki erybody said I could. So they sent
getting Mickey McDermott from who *pent last season in Pltts. me to Columbus, where I finished
Sthe Senators, sounded out a New burgh, Ble Skmer .. now devel.,last with a real green club. With.
SYork sports writer on the croon' oping his confidence (around M.40) Rochester, I finished third, first
ler's temperament... n New Orleans.... Golver Bobby World Series.
Cary Middlecoff, a strong choice Rosburg used to be a second base "This is a young Cardinal club.
in the U.S. Open, would just as man and teammate of Cog Gard t I s Ken Boyer's first season. Bill
w soon you dropped the "Dr." be- ener Lloyd Merriman down on Virdon was with me at Rochester
fore his name when referring to the Parm- Stanford, that i... last summer. This is only hte sen-
him as a golfer.... Mickey Rooney Between you'nnme. see you intend season for Alex Grammas.e
fs hashing over a deal to perpe- three weeks- vacation interven- Wally Moon and Bill Sarni. Rip
S-tuate the life of Sam Snead on es... Repulski has only two years be-
hind him.
"It's the same story with the,
pitchers. Lus Arroyo and Larry
Jackson are freshmen, yet I'm
counting on them as starters.
I'm goingto keep Brooks Law-
rence in the bull pen for a while.
so I gotta fish for another starter
to go with Harvey Haddix and
the first-year men.
"In the meantime, the two
somm ow freshmen have to get by That is
n' \ tough fee an. lnxeperiepced major
i leaguer and Jackson is a young-
Ister. They must fire the ball
through there or have a rough
time. Whenat they're up here a
couple of seasons, they know how
to take a tWO off here and there
and get a ef- wt d taking so
55E much out of themosr -."
Meanwhile, Walker is attempt-
ing preisely what Eddie Stanky
I 1.:e t ee the Cardinals'
in the league with quantity
*- rather than quaUty pitching. He
used 10 in a doumble-header at Eb-
bets Field the other afternoon, 22
i, l tour gam os .ie- t
That was Stanky's trouble --
,-. -was always fresh out of pitchers.
um *'E "'"-ty Walker has to
Sw irps continue using five pitchers a
..A.... .. Ees e o Stanky. soon
BOATING bUrIASTS! l h t" ' PAti .
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Juan Franco lips
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talt fr eM NW lu saa Philles,
renouneed W thaWalker ha the
na the turn bse-mh's box. I

14 Years In National League
Written for NEA Service
QUESTION: Stan Musial was on
second base s*d a teammate on
first wbea the batter hit a ground
er at shortstop Pee Wee Reese.
Musical heading for third base,
came between the ball and Reese.
He did a Mile l, blocking Reese's
view. Ar the bid approached Mu-
sial, he continued to third base.
Reese, not being able to see the
bal in time, kicked It for an er-
ror. Wasn't this interference? -
Tony Hadlqy.

GOOOD CITCH -- The Honorable Tian L. ifenderson, Bitish
Amibam4d.r to Ianamis, roudly poaesw with .imht b4gk ht
While on"a recent flahifra trip In Panamsa iB y'-a i- of
Lieutenant General and Mrs. W. K. Harrison, Jr.

Juan Franco Graded Entries
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hockey Wgt COMMENT

lot iace "H"3d. Imported 6% Fg.Purse 400.0
I Pf"E U ... -8 &S.- %e UOUD

Pool Closes 1 :45

SAN FRANCISCO. The Stanford Stepsans (they wish you Answer: No, interference en a fit ace so me "ouble
wouldn't refer to them as orphans) are the most refreshing story plar of this sort comes only when 1-Newbrighton B. Baesa 97x-Would pay Juicy odds
in sports, and before the rowing eason is ever they might very the biaermnner interferes plW.W- 2-Gaucha Q. Snchez 110 -Rackng to best form
well be the blgest. call with te Infielder. There 3-Fanglo K. Florea 115 -Rates fair chance
This is a bunch of strong-backed youngsters so dedicated to shield be a rule covering a sitea.- -Young Prince F. Rose 108 ---hold improve here
ullinmg oars-admittedly a dubious mark of mental ambition- ties of this kind. Under the pms- 5-Devon Maiden
hey pay their own way. What they can't buy, they borrow. Or eat rules, Muslar' was a lei- J. 6ngora 115 -,Dangerous contender
even beg. mate piece of smart basernn --g. -"ismo E n Ortega 115 --Could score again
Of their record. they are the best crew in the West, having 7-Royal Claim 0. Chanis 106 -Rates good chanee
beaten both California and Washington, traditional powers. I Q. The batter lifts a fly ball to --
They've lost only to Navy, in a sprint, and then by no more leff field. The runner on third
than an equivocal length base tags up.and heads for the 2nd Race "I" Imported 64 Fgs.Purse 375.00 Pool C
They are ih the process of making their school look both late as the fielder toubches the Second Race of the Double
Eud and bad. The way they've glamorized their poverty has ea-Thefielder s e a 1-Bahamondes V. Ortega 113 -Usually fractous
caught, the imagination tand stirred the sentiment of the rowing 15the batter credited with a sac- 2-Reflector 0. Oancheg 115 -Form Indll ates
world. And whe a8nfordi is suddenly rejected a new, dramatic rifice fl and a run-batted in? 3--Zaratuatra 0. Chania 115 -Imprn siowlte
pon r in the wa.r, there sl mounting bewilderment at the Lou Jafe. 3--Veticordla M. Yeaza 110 -Hard ovieat here
Theool's refusal to adopney.. Them.r h been no budgetary provision A. He would be- if it was ruled 5--ig. Up J. Cadogan 108 -Could score in upset
The reaowing since money. Ter as een no budgeary prov that the r er from third base 6-Valley eeze Ortega 107 -Rates outside chance
or brown ine te en o -g World War California last w would have scored, anyway. th- ---
-it was ft1first qAh triumph ie 19 -Al Mastem,, taord erwise, it would Just be an error. 3rd Race "C" Natives 7 F7 P. Purse 33.00 al C
director oet le .was quoted: Q. How many are enrolled in ONE TWO
"Crew just doeqn-t make money for us. My gueseiatfit to baseb5all'as IrtWOfGta -- rB 1--Valaria M. Teaza iaU -Quit batty
.it.. AiSht, we'd have to -pend ... W annual,,. And we hvbnslt MeLandrish. 2-Chiepanita M pLtU 103x-Rider only handlat
got that kind of money." I A. 7T. ,--Tampol iE. Hdidago 106 --hounl be close up
Mr. Masters is at lea" entitled to a low bow for his eaidelt. 5--Fra Fr.. havel 106 --Qults bat on sfre
How the students. on their own, revived the sport and de- 5-Frt Fru C. Chives 117x-Rates best on form
veluped It to formidable status in the face of school indifference
and endless obstacles, s a saga reminiscent of frontier spirit. 4th Race "H" Natlvea 4% Fp. Pure 1275.60 Pol C
They got their start with borrowed equipment-borrowed, ..e "Nties 4 F ure 7.I C
Ironeally, from their bitterest rival, Californi. a, INELA
Until this year they had to get up at 5 a.m. to practice, so 1 I-Tap Lady V. Rodriguez llx-Distance, rider say 1a
stone-age were their facilities. -Ja Alal (. 8Anphez 110 -Usually moves tie
-'We were falling asleep in class, so something had to be done 32--MuBeco B. Baeza 109x-Lonpghot possibility
about that," said Don Ayrault, crew eptain, who rows No. 7. 4-Panchita J. Phillips 116 -Improving steady
Something was done. Instead W baing what funds they had 5-Sren V. Ortega 110 -Prefers more distaenci
hoarded to compete In the Poughkeepale-at-Byracuse last sum- 7 6- (Villareal E. Darlo 100 -In favorite route
mer, they parlayed the money and their summer vacation on a 7--Don Pitin E. Ortega 112 --Will fight it out
boat house at a more desirable site.
A "ES th Race "D" Natives 64 FPs. Purse 300.00 Pool C
A BOAT NAMED DBIR l--Jachalin J. Gongors 115 -Should score at will
2J---PffhiFlipda 1042 _rts ghoond can

From various sources, including dues from the crew associa-
tion-of their own founding-they assembled a bloated bankroll
of $4000.
Ayrault wrote his brcther-in-law, a graduate architect, now
in the Navy. to design the boat house. The brother-in-law was
de' ghted to oblige. The blueprints met every need except cost
of construction which was $20,0000.
How the youngsters, sparked by Ayrault, talked nearby Red-
wood City into a waterfront land grant, cajoled a San Franelse
buflaer into a euffo deal and finally beguiled a former California
conwaln Into a full time free coaehlag Job is another saga.
Out of this Alger-touched mirnele of the campus has some
not only the No. I boat of the West. but a hitherto unknown
coaching figure who stepped from an office desk to establish
himself in a few short months as a master of the sweeps.
"The secret here Is simple," smiled 34-year-old Lou LAdAey.
who admits he ranked no higher than third varsity cox at Cal1-
ornia In '42. "One word describes it. Desire. When you've got
thaLt to work with. anyboe,& can teach crew "
The next stop is Syracuse for the Intercollegiate Regatta,
June 18.
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As these lines were written, the Stanford Stepsons still lack-
eA sufficient funds to fly to Syracuse by air coach, the most in-
exrenslve means available But this Was considered a trifling
matter since there apparently is no end to the ingenuity of the
A total of 13. Ilnclud'.ng the coach, will comprise the party.
Tta is a shaving personnel to a minimum. Their shell will travel
by rail. another generoi gesture by their ancient-and now
somewhat abashed-rival California, which will have a private
equalment ear at its dispcial.
The shell is eareely a thing ef gleaming beauty or match-
les workmawshlp. It is t. ver three years old and has, In Ltnd-
sers werds..developed "a oermanut marcel." There ate a series
of wavy IMemtiUms along the sides fnm long and repeated use.
Ithe crew good enough to wit at Syracuse?
Sagely, Undsey declin-s to be committed.
"I don't know enough about the Eastern boats to make an
intelligent ess. One week I -hear Cornell Is the one to boat.
Wext week it's Penn. Then NavY. Crews can change from week
to -eek. California probably hasal hit its peak yet. We seold
ve* better. Anyway, we won't be shut out. and we could go all
the 'way."
This posea a problem ior an If ihe waifs of the water
win. the national echamonahti. i school will practically be
forced to Invite them Int other .IIVI om to eat with the family
-even Af Mr. Masters has to Oji*and hustle the WW hb
laments It will east.

And if NW, Mamte needs let
enw Medftql be sly toe hap



lo'es 1:

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loses t;A

r. muunigu a-otu e runneruC
J. Phillips 104 -Rates good chance
L. Giraldo 117 -Usually next best
F. 8anchez 102x-Light weight could help

6tb Race "H-1" Imported 84 F.Purse 400.00 Pool Closes 3:35
Firet Race of the Double

1-Bmpire Magic J. G6ngora 112 -Racing to beat form
2-Copadora M. Ycasa 113 -Dangerous contender
3-Tempestad F. Hidalgo 106 -Rates good chance too
4-American Maid
C. A. GonzAlez 112x-Returns from layoff
5-Fairlyable A. Mena 112 -Should be close up
6-Bar One R. Rose 108 -Serious effort here

7th Race "H" Imported 6% Fgs.Purse 40.0
Second Race of the Double

GOOD BREAK -r The White
Sex were cheered when Minnie'
Minose started to work Mt aft-
er being I the hoital with a
hailit e fraen of the skull.
The Ceage Amerleans kept
right e moving t without their
New York (NEA) -When he
won the heavyweight champion-
h, Bob Fitusimmou left a rec-
ord t stiB s andse His 1a
pounds Is the lightest a heavy
champ ever weigMhek


i. huatlin,. the rmgsues
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Pool Closes 4:0

1-Dainty Duchess
C. Chivez 105x-Usually disappoints
2-Tilama 0. Sanchez 110 -Distance handicaps
3-Marianina J. G6ngora 108 -Dangerous this tuni
4-Pale Face E. Gastell 100 eady speed only.
5-Paris Midi H. Ruiz 115 -Was never better
6--My Dear C. Ruis 115 -Will fight it out
7-Lady Martha H. Reyes 115 -Return from Mlong rest


Sth Race "E" Imported 7 Fp.PuNe SM.M Pool Cleses 4:41
1-Donny Boy H. Ruiz 110 -Poor effort in last 4-1
2-Espagslwco M. Ycaza 100 -Dismal race last out 5-1
3-Begonia L. OGlraldo 113 -Has strongest finish -1
4-Greco 0. Sanchez 115 --Could score again -1
5-High Heaven K. Fiores 115 -Fastest at getaway 2-1

Ith Race "G" Imported 7 F g.Pure W$48 Pool Clepe il1

1-Merry Mason F. Rose 115 -Nothing in months 1
2-A- kt V. Brown Sx-.Mustm Arove moo I1I
3-Remero F. Hidalgo 115 --Returns from layoff -1
4-Cadrtno G. Sanehez 113 -Back la winning form 41
5-Granero J. Phillps 110 -Long. speeIalist s.1
6-Devonshire Club ",
C. Chaive 112x-NoOtag ti-Jdicate S-1
1-Albatross Mt Teaps 115 oerdt 71
-C d GPr 112 i ,, .1
*.-.Pananlynn A. ValdMa 118 -FttW e 9M
10-PLtrh Jl. QWraldo 118 -4baelos effort In Bat $1

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lMoflofov Mum On Big 4 Meet,
Lawrence M. Drennan, Jr,.
tto to he superintende nt
is osition with the Health
au to accept a position as
en the Chiriqueading For Son Fr an ci sco-
Company Hospital at
o Armuelles. o PARIS, June 10 UP) Soviet Moscow was still unanwernd a sent tie. in many fields with We ao UretoN MM o r
resignation from he C- foreign minister V. M. Molotov Molotov set sail or New Yor Wet cow and m Soviet U. watchful eyes of
orga;lzatlon will eee- sail for the United States today, and San Francisco where he will te a imNZa w. /. i
e June 30 and Dr. Dren- still officially silent on the West's participate in ceremonies co Molotov said yesterday Russia station to a "at the
accompanied by his wife proposal for a Big Four heads of memoratia the 0th anniversary awaiting Wet Germany's a summit Geneva,
children, will leave im- state conference. of the United Nations founding. swer. Switzerlnd
ntelynfor Puerto Armuelles. The Russian diplomat a il led Meanwhile in Bonn, Chan .l
Drennan's father was an broadly as he boarded the British Konrad Adenauer's intention to as -
alo e of the Isthmian Canal liner Queen Elizabeth in C he r- sure President Eisenhower e r-
Blmsslon sanitation depart- bourg harbor. sonally next Tuesday that he willEast German Comm ni Announce
ind chief of Ancon. now Gor- because of rough voterss, and Mo- lize of draw West Germany away
Hospital obwtetrical service lotov and the o t h repr saengers from its ties with the Westbe- Formation Of Nw NatonalArmy
I,1918. -were forced to ride a bobbing light came evident.
Craft out to her. A clear picture of West Ger.
Drennan was born on the many's position toward a Bovit
Zone and took his in-. While Molotov was generally offer to establish diplomatic rda. BERIJN, June 10 (UP) The government asd the lower
ship in oorgas Hospital. For congenial and n mindful of an o- tions emerged from an interview Zast German Communists an- c 9hamber ( ) that sev-
months in 1941, he was on ver-night delay caused by a crew with Adenauer and a statement by bounced today that they intend e ral cn question
one .rand tok his" Ir While Miloto. w'' a: a gnrlly" =fferto d tablihtdiplomatic ,tel.v l NJu 0U ) = dTe gov rnmen e 1 T...r
Eye, Ear. Nose and Throat dispute in Britain, he wemained si- Germany's new foreign minister, to create a national army, and must be clear up.
f of Colon Hospital. lent on the subject o the pi Four Heinrich von Brentano. Indicated they will Introduce The upper ho ge, compoed o
A .T Drennan returned to the conference. l lolonlfor un sr i ft delegates from. si, ws wst
rnal Zone in 1953 to take over informed; o u rwb e;h. 'be West Gera i's angler to 0he cast ione youth on l. German at. oo eto take
position of assistant to the dropped some hints-on the subject Soviet nota i tuesday popos any poeli at the legislation
rintendent of Gorgas Hos- t Premier Edgar Faure at a establishment o relations and l- The two moves were disclosed because, it sald "-t ha not been
i dipomatic lunch yesterday. They viting Adenauer to Moscow will in a speech made by ast s oaible to clarify a number of
r7nior to that he was o-l laid he indicated hat Russia has not b delivered until after the premier and ~mast a questions."
teJndent of the Chiriqul n objection to BIB I tas n Chancellor setums from the SUnit art- Walter U4n d The Voluteers La w would n
Company Hospital in Puer- Geneva starting July ed Sates, Informed sources said. e in full the officialM have permitted the gernment
muelles, the position to But officially, the joint Amerl- Adensuer will arrive in Wash. munst Party newspaper to enroll some 180,0Q0 men who
h he Is now returning. can-British-French. invitation to tn Monday and be President Nees Deutachland. will form the padres for the
.r nT ning ow etan t lunc hm to th l 00,000-man West er
-o' gu" *t '' I Wbyh hsm warto eMr=CI... ...Tuesday with Secretary of State pay.m cent aloea iteoe, U 1- man army. s l
b'Rih ae n d ble Jol Fotero Dulle It is a t
i ing Broditn e Harry F tR o er dJaHoever a government spo ntahry eel eoint.ant d .for the would co twhen the

St Uew noIthe [ arr. Ruhble stoa, to ebaiheound out the Russians t r desr t be e m th I sem at oe unon ti lf= sliet c militiaa b ecomeane e
I ne inh rol is n ines A number of qusutraed by tghth s ttee win e th te snehaeiond atre ers et whs wmi- b s te lI, *_S S l .t Tor
n aiewill ent te hee p iono der hopes of German d esd ain a o c sike.p osed an

kparaist Homeeii dactirsoaorn nesdauter Mr. 16, r atetn pr toF5 J m peratmons on ioaadtionnI nere dr vce srtdeon n ttr ahcs a
mthhicht a nsaboa d devd b thin Paris hes. the al e the the atrs on tcghlae weren 1an talag.a d of the ract

CAGOe June s10 t(UP -rvoie Pivr se of i c, wil n, Bto hlall ~ t bh e omers, tLa wichl b ol, .eosd .Meso.ed tn HuAor, doA 80el lr a--- .rb
vBrodie wa re ltons taken of rf the eeHarry F. nRuble,o a 8l 8-y r-old e bid. mf tte di Ai

aon byiti sge iv 19ers i of Me rmel the raf t HrolwevertheCmhansucetall e .ts- Geran mitara-,- fothe %= %8.7Xq.?of o e aa e M p th. cnrac I le, r pr, e t ._ ..
SResearch Hospital tody his e ughtler M t. Lola r ts. e e s rured the he Wa ete rn wers h "t n o n hextMBa -- ".
apparently re cover i asfrom man of PanawthaOe e et at 1:30 eWet Germany sotp oaf with t rreuloviet Union. Sd atero
= l-e separated Siamese twin Hehabox bi living' on-the way by a Soviet bid. He o wilclling Oodl, "Il.iSM dn Wa In ht.0 I=. Vra to 1VT

r bro ght to l. the hatal tfrom smu' for 'onc mandarttOaa t e dto a tte nd te 'e Ia tm-lw evl oerne wa a en. dlS
Sear rs o e by i w th Chesm an Mrsld lth it Roussni ot tdr a"e th at eed aforc iesIh.deut -e- xr-

-l m, t - was mIbe oI th BI la th are of t om o f r- b? he oye .o e wih E ,a .. ,o date.e o -' al a. t
ai blooding doctors orn odaughter Mr o. F 1y-Trauen- co nditions.t d e qocrat for lrls iolder ton, 7AWIvicer a datintheneew hreh jnoti

might cost is life h oelm of l a aOne then i rtain," be said. rnowe all tope a thge sueo ca, te br -tto rd thisanual w'e" 'r,,Pa n.
et Dee .th suro r of .ff '. Tw ml.o ex ran- ,.rneous." poweeres to ld beo m e. _ou e L tA nhih ao t the P-- f t tr- ,-, --- .. I. ,.-.- |
id ta h wi He survived by hi s wife Mrs.We wfathkfully observe the a aseifrom the a power t ker n am.wlt. wTe tme t wy0 -

ver the bleeding da m I- Ads Ruble, of-Long Beach, Cal, o rmea is uni th e the G Weerstn motaoly oap-e aldo ao-n-e, e r oote e .. .. _-" tt p -.nrultkt o l pmmplT T .o.
Sdendmonth ato P t ohenrwserv be nh n taem s er o en. oser on A- Y On the seh mi orm e h o tr o 1 o .

s V Negro acoongre gessms es o W tr r hodrsof_ u e an (1s B rearma- The -con sWid dthe plants They tol dIh TOORI
na; M I w rhyllis tPertmn, of establishment diplomaticra (aundesrt) today na p ed at tmust Proceed within routrwouil be cmort I o-W.h h of-- -h lo n r T

3 year-olde boy a. now n Mschlowstet a se e eS e p do groeof th Pause m blea Nws f atse hth widct. th m e 1- ,00 A Te rdstrs we p
en the hos He was a memer o te ite the co r- ba c to the n lowersh.w, Zocr one uusebaneod ai a a- 6 wr m_- ut.t slTl d -.r.er
$ m s le o Powell i a etrao di e otobfo rr the nations bound ie ch Dr .ols, rov d saen Re ive dd l h
sd o ellDraybule-a d aci and o together by te B Pa i riaement." The measure the s o-calledf wCca a and tru cks." p de t director of the
I y Dee is the survivor of lf- Temple, ai rihdan, Wy-s bil entao lad It must be mra.de "Volunteers aw" which would Geea bMroto se mart
join amendment ho weresiy n ig and a life time member clear to te Rssian s that r nee- begin ra in thel manpower for k asa e t Announemet of the shut- Ld wildcat srikesi
i by surersly sin1952.-'His ,omFiteS ,Pllhr. tralized German is unpacce table the erman military fore of d.w me as eeral Me-ihe contract tlks In
or died a month after t he Fnereservices will be an- and that there is no use trying to 500,000 men. inan aistster- was meeting with the Co han# spthesUnwof blthfi
aloannon e nounced later. draw Germany away from Its The upperohouse I P nsed the to loca lnuipcerressngderl uds Autog tentsnwaso vmren. tMtsmaee
tu&IIv DCIIA today when aig ofS ^o^e Of .bagdang '.Motos api

camdmntoachoonmh t o BA IT a Th et aourrent Cancer- cCrusadepSee n st ht arS t -we'twe. w-a
oheio b H eh t t rmarkainiitsrannual b o srhad hbmind"' 00 coapr rJrothe hutd.t

I., impwa.n.. cghal ao'of a' t ase t etioure ear th hefspporwedhe sn I :"1
egro Congressma en Refuses ted t coe t d e tano Wie thdrawdetod nea* .cr SI Ce s
n d t tl dof thetPanamaaemthlhOfd dslaoe wh ht rlasd some 14" rAm(onbl tir
one dthat
tmesegregationmMt e'r.W0n h Ike Opposes r Ao He can o$1. r. r
HINbTON, June 10 (UP- has boggeddowntheresrve le ashingto w Cou Ir e be availttab eo r i w-rkers a strleA.
fisncataClarenitnclue' Mitchell, WashingtonCourt decinab" banning pate nst
Adam Clayton Powell D. bill, wa"extraneoue NAACP, toldtheted public schoolsfromtheemploybacknta t
id today he will "not re- Declaring such amendments are Hons B king Committee the He maid President Eisenhower,im Al Co-Cnl o.otta
oone inch" from his antise needed because civil rights bills is using ts mortgage whondicted Wdnesday he also n t; members of the l-
Samendment to President otherwise wi be pigeonholed insurance program as "fearful opposed anti seregaton med- ty n the Isthmus
owe's military reserves commee, Powell challenged the weapn" ta o promote racial segre- ments to the school billrchas said Of Pan1ama and Individuals rX*e-E
President to n d Congress a rtion in new privately-built hous- ureptedly therewas no jutifica. rOe buanea Pfirms, 1. Cnac ait*
a ~lsw announced he will offer tr of civil rightslegtononvItlowall's insistence g pressingof federal funds. Asp d- trbtonsor ans r tstp
'eYrNgcosngesu"tog or 0 ricomenapv Tor fer ater- bein
garamendmentte to a school own meritss= thWedratn iu caeaderalfudse ommieeo huuin o e n hale matter
ceion bill if it comes be- He made the state tter a Snate Democratic Leader Lyndon l m1W author between 200 anetrmaly HargerapPaCrt0onts. 0
House.Nego-rights poughto tie B. Jham was reported to be ad 540t000 publIc housing uor the residents of tIe CanalN
impassioned half-horau-segrg fa toa third taking pbrsoal command of a rr ite ever tine next four years. Zne have supported the can- r
e lo the an-driv to rescue the President's re- Mitchell urged the Hu grou er Crd Return received
resident for telling a e.w -passed icatichouing serve bill to add an anti-segr nation ausetoday ae of which e partiLi
e Wednesday that the an- bill-epite warnings that uch The bill; which would provide a to end what he Ca e a"crueland incud e the following:a Setoni
nation amendment, which action might klthe measure. 2W,000 "minute. man' reserve disgusting hoax." Carib. i rCommand.. ..Or deny whether' 411 had
fdrce by 1960, w as rshelved by Reps. Abraham Multer (D- Ie 0th 0 NaalDist. S RIbP with a I now11a toSW'lO tIYUK
Ko m llr lead i after the N.Y.) and Barratt O'Hara, (D.M.- Ilnotuto f Intner- n epbt wo strrl".4661 by
lber added POawl's amend- a Jew and an Irishman on r t e can h-falrs -wirk a dUft#G- %0A"P A
metto baer assi meat of reserv- committee, told Mitchell tie. y yancA Lofas.. a W Ict orn
A lsto segrVate aftloioia1 Guard hnew something about discrimina- ~'ot CaPtain's Ornce, ahad laid outsa new

vive the ill. He said mjor is- Mo9lten urged the spkOan t PacLT,, S.A. ...... ..o
Yrits and nmot heac hed asdsrmnto. M 1R11,50.0

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