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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00771
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People at home and tho
1:43 o'clock Wednesday after
ferme exercise, have been req
'at work.
The ten-minute exercise,
with a nation-wide test in the
Defense Administration.
The end of the test wil
air raid warning sirens ten r

PRunm ityCol6n

To Follow (Z's

CMI Defense Plan
Panati civil defense authori-
ties made final plans today to
participate in the civil defense
test Wednesday.
As in the Canal Zone, all vehi-
cular traffic, with the exception
of police cars, civil defense and
emergency vehicles, will come to
a stop in Panami City and Co-
16n during the ten-minute pe-
riod of the alert test.
At a meeting held this morn-
ing in panama police headquar-
ters with civil defense officials
and police chiefs and depart-
ment commanders, it was re-
vealed that all traffic lights will
turn red the minute the air-raid
warning sounds.
The air-raid sirens of the Ca-
nal Zone, panamA City and Co-
16n have been connected and
will sound simultaneously as
they have been at 4 p.m. daily
since last week.
The whole exercise will be
carried out in same manner in
Panama and the Canal Zone.

Wis..Qpg. Spaces
UNVlS PAlUCXYa.. Jnwe
13 (UP)- President enhower
isn't self-conscious bout that
wide expanse of bald scalp and
fringe of hair which he bears.
In his commencement speech
at Pennsylvania State Universi-
ty at the week end, he referred
to his visit earlier last week to
West Point for the reunion with
his class of 1915.
"Most of us had grown gray
and some of us more than a lit-
tle bald; but these changes were
lightly compensated, I thought,
by an appearance of wisdom
that we did not possess 40 years
ago," he remarked.


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bodies Should. uuck


wednesday's A-Raid lRe ilg

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s In the open when the Take Cover signal sounds at
dpesears se ; Gra bbed
noon, signifyin g the beginning of the Zone-wide Civil De-
uested to adopt the same protective measures as those

"Operation Alert 1955,' is being held in conjunction AP O S
United States under the direction of the Federal Civild e

I be signalled j.ypthe sounding of the-Alert signal on the Spread N et
1rinutes after the Takic Cover signal has been given.
The prinlpal aim of the ex- as public buildings, under a ---
ercise is to educate the general nearby building, against a wall Panama police headquarters
public n the beth method of or side of a building, or in a cul- reported today that 800 persons
protection against atomic ex- vert or ditch. had been arrested in the last
plosionn. "Upon sounding of the alert six days in nigh tly raids
Por this reason, Instructions signal, if no radio is at hand throughout Panam City and
are being issued to those who for further instructions, the sig- Colo .
will not actively take part in nal will terminate the exercise." f the 800, 58 persons with po- 1
the test as-e what they should lce records and no visible means
do. u du H u se of support, ave been summarily I
The following suggestions Wu h HOuSeWie sentenced to prison terms on
have been made y W. G. Dolan, Coba Island.
chief of the Canal Zone Govern- i oi sl a
ment Civil Defense organization, n L p The raids, which started last
for those in homes: Tuesday night, are carried out
"Upon hearing the.Take Cov- o M i by- detectives and police en
er signal, extinguish all open frio m O tIIn g rain dressed in civilian clothes in and
flames; turn on the radio and around bars and other enter-
take immediate cover n a pro- ftainment -spots, in addition to
tested area in the house. A Curundu housewife s re- known hoodlum hangouts.
tted area in the house cuperating in Gorgas Hospital Minors found on the streets
"Remain n theprotected a- from nures sustained this atr ors foundre o te
rea until the alert signal sounds, morning When she leaped from and tp.m. are also picked upl.
then go to the radio for instruc- Pn Sa r o and taken to jil
tions. Those persons having or- al a Heights station. n a
table, battery radios should fake al7:15 e si Many of those arrested are
them with them toe At 7:15 a.m. the northbound held in jail overnight and re-
them with them to the, shelter passenger train .for Colon had
area. ust pled out heln ha leased the next day after they
Residents of the Canal Zone Peter Hennis sawher Ju from have been vouched for by their
should tune in on the Armed the rear coach a fall oo parents or other responsible
Forces station, CFN, over which the platform. He singalled th persons.
Instructions will be broadcast in The Panama City raids have
Enstructionsh and panish.ll be broadcast In engineer foran emergency stop. contributed toward the lessen-
e proved Spanish.The woman was found to be ing of burglaries and petty
"The protected area In homes Mrs. Justina Green McDonald ofme, police said.t
should be the strongest strue- -year-old American. She crimes, police said.
tral part of the house on the the wife of Donald McDonald,
flt flr or under the house an employee at Albrook AFB.
such as hallways, under stairs, She was thrown to the pave- el Weekends
small rooms, maids' rooms or met by her fail after she fail-Weekends
garages., ed to complete her jump suc-
Persons should be careful to cesfully. She struck her left Two soldiers who were restrict-
be protected from glas which shoulder and the left side of ed to the Post of Corozal but
ml shatter or from obJect.4 hor head and was knocked unt. managoj. t consume enough
erhead 'which might fall. conacous..-. lquor to climb the' fence 9t
thFor th parsons who are In iefttinary examnation n- getto Glard Highway ere
the opeenwen the Tak Cover cleated her iJuolesare ra ot fined $10 eaen in Balboa Ms-
noon, the Civil Defense Chife f the left side of her face and
suggwere arrested last igt, police -Thecharge against Army men
pon revealed today, whe signal, pere rt Mold the accidentded 3nd- Carrl Eugene Tr Indianmm, 23, and
sons in automobile should tside at the atrars. McDonald had William Wallace Comfort, 26,drunken-
the nearest available cover, such laced her 14-year-old daugh-was that of beins.intoxicated
Oner, Susanne, o the train fortos. Arthe extent that then, agwere
Crlabbal, and failed to get off unable to care for their own
Pass Bid? b05 the train started. safety and that of others.
BERLIN, June 13 (UP)- Two train had proceeded an They were picked up near Los
teen-aged girls and three men es ted 40 feet at the time Rios.
were arrested last night, police umped. Erskine Stanley Lovarlty, age
revealed today, when they were nrs. McDonald was attended 32, a British West Indian, also
foun-Iin an automobile outside at the railroad station by Dr. paid a $10 fine for drunken-
Berlin. W. J. Greene who ordered her ness.
One of the men explained to transferred to Gorgas. Arthur Nathaniel Allen, age
police that because of the warm Engineer of the train. was B. 61, a Barbadian, was let off
weather the five "took off their A. Mlntyre. Its conductor was with a $5 fine for the same
clothes to play cards." C. B Mcllvaine. offense.


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Panama Prinate

Bans Bathing Suts

n Beauty Contests

Panama Archbishop Francis
ieckman came out yesterday
with a ban on Catholic women
participating in beauty contests
=here bathing suits are worn.
Msgr. Beckman's ecclecistical
order was made known yester-
day in a circular letter read
from the pulpit In all Catholic
churches throughout the Repub-,
lic yesterday.
On the grounds that such
beauty contests "propagate vice
and propagandize low passions
and instincts," the Archbishop
decreed that all Catholic women
who wearing bathing s u its in
such contests will be barred from
receiving or participating in the
sacraments.


Msgr. Beckman's decision will
not affect local participants in
the current Miss Panama Con-
test being sponsored by Compa-
Mfia Tabacalera Istmefla and
Hotel El Panama, because bath-
ing suits are not worn during
the contest.


Riots


Russians OK

Time, Place

Of Big 4 Meet

MOSCOW, June 13-(UP) -
The soviet Union today accept-
ed the Western powers' proposal
to hold a Big Four "summit"
conference at Geneva starting
July 18.
The Soviets accepted both the
.time and place suggested by the
United States, Britain and
France.


The West previously had sug-
gested Lausanne, Switzerland.
The Soviets had suggested Vien-
na. The West counter-suggested
Oeneva, and a starting date of
July 18.

Helton Scheduled

To Leave Army
After Release
Vernon 0. Helton, the Ft. A-
mador soldier who was found


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Peronistas' Ire


Fixed On Burning



Of Argentine Flag
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BUENOS AIRES. June 13 (UP) President Juan D.
Per6n and his cabinet met for 90 minutes today in a spe-
cial session to review the weekend Catholic riots in which
at least 22 persons were shot or otherwise injured and
more than 400 persons were arrested.
It was announced that Per6n will make a broadcast
to the nation at 8:25 p.m. on the events of the weekend.
In addition to the injuries and arrests, the repeated
clashes between Catholics and supporters of the Per6n
regime left a vast train of broken windows and tar-smear-
ed public monuments and buildings through this capital
city.
The disturbances caused international incidents in-
volving Yugoslavia, Peru and Israel.


guilty of battery in US District
However, the winner of the lo- Court last Saturday will not be It was announced officially p
cal contest runs the risk of com- tried in a military court for the that police, arrested 428 men
mitting a "special sin" when she same offense. when they entered the Curia
goes to Long Beach, Cal., to par- Eclesiastica, adjoining the ca-
ticipate in the Miss Universe A spokesman for the United thedral in the Plaza Mayo.
contest where she and all other States Army Caribbean confirm- Most of those arrested were
participants must wear bathing ed that inasmuch as the court said to have been under 25 years
suits. in which Helton was tried stems of age. They are being held at
from the same basic authority the central police department in
The "special sin" of wearing a as the military courts, a retrial Belgrano street, at the disposi-
bathing suit in a contest is sub- for the same offense would be tion of Federal penal Judge 0C
Ject to absolution nly by the considered double Jeopd. 1o Gentft- e
J tbop 1fsb bby tgula ,;- He ori- l wag reported that other at- 1
prlestQ: hand whole Ar y assignment rests might bring the total to as n
o nm -l owas that of a truckdriver, was many as c00 persons.
LIa e i for discharge e while he was Peron called Congress into
L oc n sident awaiting trial on a charge of at- special session to take new re-
a, at s tempted rape. pressive measures against Cath-
nDead In Quarters b olics accused of destroying the
Deaod Q a t A jury found him guilty of the national flag..
A Barbadian resident of La lesser charge which is a mis- Newspapers today Indicated
Boca who was found unconsci- demeanor. He was fined $100 and that official anger is concen-
ous In his quarters on Saturday sent to jail for 30 days. treated on the burning of the
morning died last night Gorgas Under Army regulations, the Argentine flag near the Con-
Hospital. spokesman said, Helton could be gress Saturday night..
He was William Francis Wat- given a dishonorable discharge Homage to the nation's flag
son, 56, an employee of the Bal- from the military service had he was the theme of scheduled of-
boa storehouse. been convicted of the felony, ficlal ceremonies.
Cause of death was undeter- When Helton has completed Today the Senate, Chamber ofe
mined and an autopsy is being the service of his jail term and Deputies and all Army units andV
performed. paid his fine, the Army reports, schools were to renew their al-
Neighbors found Mr. Watson he will be returned to his mill- legiance to the national banner.
unconscious on the floor. They tary unit and then discharged The desecration of the flag
called Canal Zone Police, on the basis of his service record, also is expected to be the main


oint of Peron's address tonight. ,
A communique issued by the
federal police announced the
arrests of persons who took
refuge In the archbishopric,
next door to the metropolitan
cathedral, and of "other ele-
ments" which the government
identified as belonging to the
"Arentine Cathelle Action."
y lftser eprats In
r-
had fallen indfd after (h coin-
pact mass ot Catholics had qui-
etl left the Plaza Mayo.
Last night's rioting appar-
ently was touched off by-ityo
wide rumors that Proisia
had burned the cathedral. The
government charged t h at
these inflammatory reports
were circulated by the ceria.
The official Information radio
network, which normally has no
broadcasts on Saturday and
Sunday, made long broadcasts
Saturday night and Interrupt-
ed programs Sunday to- say
that rumors that the cathedral
iad been burned were false.
One of the first probable
consequences of the bitter
Continued on Page 6, CoL 4)


ATLANTIC-S IDE


A continuous ten-minute blast carrying atomic explosives with-.
in the Atlantic area Friday saw out any pre-warning that alien
Disaster Control units from aircraft were in the area.
Forts Davis and Gulick and the Upon the realization of the
Colo Solo Naval Station go into nature of the "explosion," Head-
action with speed and efficien- quarters at Fort Gulick sounded
cy. the disaster mobilization sig-
For the first time since it was nal.
transferred to the Canal Zone At once, members of military
Government, the Coco Solo Hos- and dependent teams, trained in
ital cooperated with the mill- specific duties in the event of
ry during the disaster exer- disaster, went into action.
cise. Their first move was to hurry
Purpose of the exercise was to to predetermined assemblage
familiarize military and depend- points which permanently have
ent personnel with passive de- radios so that teams may be in-
fense and disaster control mea- formed as to instructions in
sures and to test present plans times of emergency.
incorporating the element, of Radio station CFN cooperated
surprise. in the exercise by intqrmittent-
Gatun was the disaster area. ly announcing the mobilization
It was "hit" by enemy bombers call and relaying other inforMa-


DISASTER


tion.
Trained CBR (chemical, bac-
teriological a n d radiological)
teams were Immediately dis-
patched toward the disaster
area with monitors to ascertain
the roentgen count (degree of
radiation).
As each successive area from
Fort Gulick to Gatun was pro-
nounced safe by the monitoring
teams which radioed the results
of their investigation back to
Headquarters at Fort Gulick. di-
saster teams were ordered from
their assemblage points to their
duty stations.
The control point of the oper-
ation was then set up at Gate 3,
Fort Davis.
Point A-12 located on the
highway fust outside of Gatun


CONTROL GETS SURPRISE TEST


was used as a collecting point ters Company, 23rd Infantry gral part In the exercise.
for the injured and dead. Division. Havin been torougea fiy rst ain-
As soon as possible, the most However, the removing of cas- ed in Atlantic Area first aid
serious casualties were evacuat- ualties from Gatun, the disaster courses, the ladies were ready to
ed to Coco Solo Hospital and the area, called sometimes for more serve as members of first aid
Fort Gulick dispensary, expedient means. teams.
The evacuation from A-12 was Civilian vehicles, driven by They worked at the medical
carried out in vehicles of the At- military dependents, were com- aid stations and moved in civ-
lantic side Transportation mandeered to carry the wound- illan cars to the forward disas-
Corps which was quickly mobil- ed just as they might be in an ter area where they administer-
ized after the disaster signal and actual disaster. ed first aid to victims, tagged
by helicopter operated by Capt. The distaff members of the them according to the nature of
James R. Stegall of Headquar- disaster teams played an inte- their Injury and aided in their
Evacuation.
__-_' They also took part in the op-


oration of the decontamination
centers located at the Fort Gu-
lick and Fort Davis swimming
pools where "refugees" and ra-
diation victims went through a
vigorous cleaning process and a
change of clothes.
The facilities of the Fort Gu-
lick dispensary were enlarged
and abetted by members of the
23rd Medical Clearance Platoon
of Fort Clayton.
Almost immediately upon the
request for their services from


Fort Gulick, men and equipment
from the medical platoon Dere
on the Trans-Isthmian High-
way.
Once at Gulick, they quickly
set up a tent aid station next
the dispensary.
Dummies were used to samu--
late the dead and soldiers from
Fort Davis and Naval depnd
ents from Coco Solo and Coco
Solito acted as the injured and
refugees.


MRS. LOgS GASIMLL (foreground), a Coco Solo Naval dependent, acting as a casualty at
Gatun. n. fo-rward area in last week's Atlantic side disaster control exercise for the military
and depeodestW itelves first aid from Mrs. Charlene zscue, of Fort Oulick, a member of a
military dpeDdt fMlt aid temn. Mrs. Jean Carrick (dark glasses), of Fort Gulick, has just
completed adminihtering aid to Mrs. Rudy Hall of Coco Sa1to


DR. GERALD GARZA, of the Fort Gulick Dispensary, tends to
Mrs. Gaskill under a tent .jet up by members of the 23rd Medical
Platoon next to the Gulick dispensary. The Doctor is writing
down the results of his diagnosis and assagk the patient to a
specific warC for further teatnent.


AT THE FORT GULICK DISPENSARY, two litter bearers from the 23rd _Me .licPal ato. Of14 -
Clayton take Mrs. Gaskill off a helicopter. Mrs. GaskUl was evacuated by the hnelWter r nk
disaster control point A-12 (on highway outside of Gatur.) where she was taken after recett.
first aid m Gatun. the forward disaster area.


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r if cases that have come before the 1 on were extended to other similar e .S. summit later. es a Wil0e waterelor contest
borut Cor esmme CmCon Mery witO lds, and a few ..k .re oe.puere and, asl for ADENAU TO W YORK
oste ot f eal thu- m In the ,efir.st o, theml la.e y, SIAMESE POITe CAL TWNS ebn et r w
The F i g o iBd tithine ssMer sans ntou, owIknow of eeat. meveryprun enAmerican. hellor Aden ater of Wes c etseachM






.. A ot co tr or l ICC .reco-endations ATA 'lawyers then -..ed a.ll of to t-nsport .as't. ,o- G ermany has demanded he ear .ast. datingte Y.M.C.A.n
T. AUL (U) t n- Th thre aint i U.S. lded Ithresher combines fr e he tern bg three
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i ons Bltow int soia e"B f a* e sa 1ared Ir rooerras*Ineie tsrta nment gdDu LAer d. a g ad utesr Ti
Sa s examine recommend that Mi- then finding. Diamond was allowed ---r bcwr
Sh sioO il e id' eT uthorid to transport After i eat t truk line rt of e






S p fM hical twllapr Th bly recomedaf have beaen l or- TseO ase W considered no m-haFrei mm y DncnhWtrn.s
Ss wt e d e oinistraon wthi folow at that it is now awaie wa eniede perml M. ean eu to tran
to built fw t on Mrs. a a- are station by con. rin y the full Inter state Co, Istructor at mber to Ken
e l dow guli I Ju. And Bboa Y mission t- Georgia. ICC ruled e







gasTtfaaetyo iOh fstotmoveh, thi o e- WaNnN American ACongAsultsboa.ciations, lIand t the meantime, shortly after Gtrnn rail services wen adequate. l
'1 1 ae a latwindhis a ewalu e lnaI n ti o. the.. resentinghttei r a Ba or e 0,0e wa n ade public ICC lsued a right to haul granite from ae i at pren taoed
forppy.ocas i i.d hhitcTru.ilng Asohen's a hgreaudtp o thel ohatinwanvitedt to JOin thelNew York Ft. Kob Amon his awaso Se StSi
,! d o C;"te As l tOI M Wha u a'le y ii. a ever bLieed We" solvOduesti in fv ee A Tt ai of 1 M6 Dt I for" o v wab er most opd tthe 1 t Tw -
sr ho ur lasb aor. T h at e go inne ty o h "Complaintsor protha t s It w l be Invte to itant"tte.h
tstcqu inte their a caesr that hran ecm before the 1 ion were extnded r tto osr ....lT
Ad loitthbn side whit and other Two of these oases heave been d Diamond Transportatiton System oYork. ",

feea op e I case. tNOa, re-cplant at Bur o, Ia. The the
tats e. o a e artl. Clevelaadr I a,..a ..an!C moor carrier division eers S1DE I AlllI. r I " r'iiuuql
-. .I r p wa atoinnn f ntoried to transpo After this e three "n"
anpe. though a .IAnothrIsixbuck restauranCAQo en4- weather ,wy before these .- Janunt.sJ ugatP
t we l l l ook at t"e to livwarm up, in recdmm endha ve been for-/ hI s_ casek itt on.id er d s .d..do ..i m-Freig t of S car go usatw..g v I
Nodwee kGen-bglo di mpressi o n0 o f u a.. ansuTraportaet Fha t i now awaitngolwas denied ptemn sslhn to trinl- /1 o
t he.y'oa We Iecplc sannt on by con./ nle, beenthrgtrAr Conm- lput roush umb to OiSo, uleden- e-rm.o
eseto or Associationsl _n .Dn m ea me, shortly afer ng rail serves were adequate.,t.
.a.noaesome t here.weretolmialmlsofw state t a""aslers reverse .recoin. In Mac.h, ICC denied A. .I
listbesre whoato-bewofficeand -aandltI'W w rioS/atianllofntmee Mc'ulloughcane Schacofer of Bevilo, SD.. theo ih
ou 010ll ht'-one I Wtlhagha is Indedisn, of 61osfrmreenteinga vmr! !t, othea0,ed/os was./ue .made utwbic.sa fr:ICC imued abr oaright tothaul gthranteamfrom komUthve r4e e!Kenuck's

oe acokd topreesnshednowofgaBhave one- to bat for te "Comaplaints or protests by saw-/ mt-toclt.states.
tr__ era In a'take sa tlon to the rail-oti t pm of carriers and freight otr-/In May. I'ternatonal. n 'trns. ,P


_lk l y you wf Meaunn our l r.Jn,, um'r roads. warders against existing or new por Inc. o Frgo N.D..-a l and
S i "they surely a be dead by mor- ATA charges that ICC decisions rates, charges fares, es, rogu- Kenoha (Wis.) Auto Transport
gj I I es* banning truck operations in these latios or apucations for operate were deied utherity to
ee e fn icwivn s .h casesaI "ftoter railroad me- rights wlnot be enterteod." t farm t o t4 state.
A.*_ A i t oomrlm g, when she looked poly p the railroads T is ruling would serve to de- ICC grounds a theo twb cases,
h yuhisaout, the Gs w ere f o In their fore c'a*rer competition by prive aiepndent truck operators treated one, were that "rea-
Sshow yo.his place was fewor healt y mo t cari r.I of the help of trade association sonably adeate" ran smiles
a of the most cent ges, hatched during te blizzard. In the flrat these eases, Janu- lawyer in major cases. were available.
-a,, ISI, ICC denied the McCul- ATA, for instance, does not try
oTr Co., of Youngstown. to repreent Individual trucker In These five caes have give n the
Soe y you'll o, tw to transport bulk rate or certificate cases. But when U.S. truekng Industry fears that
Felea P3al Portlad the entire industry Is Involved; the ICC Is ass g has a duy
CMmeGtftreHamburg, N. Y., ATA and other carrier assotiatteis to pawa ths raead ftrom new
O M G tos toPer ennes yPlemlvania. nltervem moa carrier omipetlf.
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tT autendon to 9. Ihea taz re- 4. Lev vehemently denied*- I I that he I ffranamer
question prtim in con- t s with ,1950. en me en -Pa e th hi tohe President's foreign
uectlav wt ao Wemnte It saId W. oItI a, that deny 1I tt- ) tO 320-w to end military aid
nectidn vith other. .=11... h er o ht 0a o agovlaia. Morano said Tito
uemalt .the deductions for entertain- Tr~ rem en, a't o Puerto Io, I n thi country r own
.He ild it .s te ~ru',s "dUt7" meant and prMootlonal expense daysr the to New York." "e sfih" ends.
to im "whether any 4d must be twmised, He said Ler in June, 193. Wool :or-
eFO-R= 67x0 Idid temlse them, merely p o dm a
the. m, l itsr eOt tMi did ,ot. Item. them, merely fered to #rnd a toartal. olt did I do?" On Par tern affairs, Know-
Owi st_ A l t marking .them "estimate." Re rhe avftwtiugeon i er "Im making you." land ao s aiconferenes
OHM F also indicated he told Lev such round j government t Lev promlaed.to fur#*h "a de- awith d a conther by the
he: It o@l H.aO t hoe/ Na; expenase could not be claimed tfth 1tr to ,Podue t tailed, sworn statement.1" UnitedNations rbtheUnited
lamg ,mafl,\.r,.,m h g overmment con- J1Vmw ht. mender ma Un
what vw 5 in a government con- a aa. ers aDo ou deny id States alone-until the Pepng
evrSuw afSi a -arok o'w me wao5n. d un p fDthe ivedeny you d any ornment releases all Ameri-
er a "biroetw "" McClellan wound up the five -, employes of government, includ- can prisoners held.
to VwSnW9ment9 eMoin r-d days.of hearings today with this When Lev was ted ing Capt. Wool or Mac. Wool." can e .
t au foroemeconfr parttn shot it tLe: v with the figures b McClellan asked. Knowland, appearing on the
Re ble tO sayo "We've given you ever$ oppor- Bellino, the Senate Inys "I deny U." ABC television program, "Cele-
*Ht Efg, n oaeh during tunity to expl u failed aed him to start right rand brity Parado," joined President
a tm-V7 period, to do so. Oth testimony here tell what happened to the $214.- ienhower and.other leaders of
McClellan did not say aealnst is circumstantial but we have 000 in cash, $30,000 of it, or 15 both political parties in caution-
whom the Justice Department been patent and giveap you ev- of it. ng theAmercan pubile against
should move. ry opportunity to eliminate or "As of now, I cannot recall." getting "its hopes up too high"
But the n tortold reipdtes erase suspicion that you were Lev said. "But I will furnish a over the forthcoming Big Four
the record or tle three-week paying off money to government statement, talks.
hearings "mustifles Immediate employes, giving them gift.s,or "one thlng is, not one cent Fi Furniture made of
Interest aId acUon' by the de- dolng them favors_ went to government employes." or ^Mahoan" NOW t "I am convinced the leopard
pertment. McClellan said silbequent In- Under questioning, he testi- n Mo hasn't changed It nnta
'"The mZt4y already has tak- vestgation will determine whe- fied that when a physcan a n lw rices. hasn't changed it spots e nd
on aMe section and possible fr- their the hearings will be resum- warned him "slow do "& h e rom Dil Bm O ad that the Soviet Union Is. not the
their attetih la is indicated," he ed. Testimony taken so far will started living for whe present. Living Boom Sets. peaceful, mllk-fed pussy cat it
said. be sent to the Department of "I believe to pay income PmdCtOS de Madera, S. A. ties nto mause the outer talk of"
McChlean referred to the Justice. tas" he explained, "but I don't aUMd by Rebar CM owrmcsom ery hrd
fact the Ar orce hs ordered Lev who has made millions .believe to pay inheritance Sw K E mt bargaining In whichit will seek
ea court-wmhrtal for Capt. Rav- on government contracts, was tax." FiFh Av %e to win what Ith notAbeen&a-
mond Wool. The subcommittee not to usual voluble self Batur.ein what it h not been a-
received hearsay te8timow day but there were spasmodil When &en. Henry M. Jackson e to gain by its military pow-
that Wool received a $ 0,000 outbreaks similar to those which (D-Wash.) pressed him for aner
pay-off from Le. enlivened his four previous days explanation of a $30.000 Item.
Three civilian employes also of testimony. Lev couldn't give it. He said be
have been suspended and ape At one0 pot, Lev--Woho sa4s would discuss the whole business The Board of Directors of
fired by the Army and Navy. he ought to have a "Congres- "with myself" when he got back
gen. Karl E.. Mudt (R-8b.) ional Medal" for his povern. to Chicago. Jackson a ggqsted ul Mll ll A
raised a threat of possible per- meant contrae work-tos told he wanted more time "to make lqR Prdu sp.,
jury action in the closing days by Sen. George H. Bender (R- u a story."
of the hearings. Mundt sooke 0.) that the senatorseere up ereby announce that a Meethag of Share-
out after some ofLev's tsmo- a differentt 'k t ne point, kson ad holders will be held Tuesday, June 14, 195
ny conflicted with that Of Harrm Lev. IAll of a sudden Ished him, "Don't be funny now.
Charles .. Nelse, a Singer Sew- you're deaf, dumb and bli d." You've been a wise guy here for at 4 p.m. in the hall of the Panama Chamber
ini Machine Co. representative. "I resent this, here rLe a lonx time-you're here to fur-
Sev central fgu n the ay- retorted. "I'm not d nish the truth if it's in you." of Commerce Building, Ave. Cuba No. 39,
off investigation, insisted under The highlights Saturday's
a senatorial tongue-lashing Sat- session: "I object, this here." Lev re- Panama City.
urday that he could not remem- 1. Carmine ellino, subcom- plied. He took ssue- both with
er how he spent soe $14,000 mttee ac tant, testified that Jackson's reference to him being Camil0 Q elqueje,
in cash during a two-year'De- L 3ha fund totaling $1,403.- a "wise guy" and telling the Secretary of the Board ..
25.23 available to him in 1952 truth.t


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No. 76 are worth $5.00 each

79 are worth $2.50 each

91 are worth $1.00 each


We should appreciate all store owners will receive from bearer these winning tickets for above values In payment of merchandise. The
Compahia Panamefia de Tabaco, S. A. will pay the total value Immediately as you present these winning tickets to any of our authorized
agents, representatives or salesmen.

AUTHORIZED REPRESENTATIVES TO WHOM YOU MAY DELIVER TICKETS FOR FULL PAYMENT:


PANAMA: Cia. Panamenfa de Tabaco,

COLON: Mr. Henry Simons Quiros

CHITRE: Casa Felicidad A


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UADULCE: Mr. Manuel de Jesis (Chuito) Urriola

SANTIAGO: Mr. Bernardo Failrega

BOCAS DEL TORO: Carl Friese &to.


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a r .41a Coffnce is a husky lad
... ew his n clothes and can
0. WA M E.., whip up a tasty. meal.
g W e fo 9 Elmer, a junipr at Michie High
School, is the first male ever to be
NOM awarded a homeniaker degree by
,A- "the Tennessee Future Homemaker
gAssociation.
.1 710A It all started when Elmer de-
AKtf cided he'd like to learn about cook-
WoIn itU ing. The next thing he knew he
AK as the only boy n a classroom of
S AK48 '. 16J84 girls and was learning to sew as
KJ94 9107032 well as cook.
# 82 "It took a lot of nerve to at-'
5 2 tend that first class," Elmer said,!
SOUTH (D) "but after that it was fun."
Q He makes his own sport shirts,
V AS pajamas and bathrobe.
4 A K 087 73 Elmer took "home ec" because
4 Q 8 7 4 he plans to become a chef or food
East-West vul. inspector when he finishes college.
0eth West MNath t He thinks other lads should take a
S t P 24 a sP fling at sewing and cooking too.
3 Pass 3* Pass believe home economics is a
3 Pass S* "ast field that offers great opportuni-
Pass Pass ties for boys," he said. "It has
Opening lead-& K meant a great deal to me."

Rubber bridge piayes would ght Lad
to the right cunLrac: without tru. u 6
be in touay's nant, taken irom
the recent intercollegiate Chuam-, A e Ala nt
p.onsnip. o dr n ame n t play- W l
era might be foolish enough. or .
ac4ventu-.oti eougn to bid three KEWAUNEE. Wis. (UP) -;
no-trump with the South hand. Nine-year-old P a t r ic k Murphy'
in tacL, both wnuto iw.aKo unis'doesn't have the sarte dog he had
1Iolis;t o n t r a c t unless West last year. But he's just as happy
opened tine l;ing ol spaus ,. with the substitute..
West opened a lcw spade or .if Thie boy's dog, Albert, was killed
he opened an other .uit, boutn by a Green Bay Westeri. train
w:yia have ait least 10 last tricks, near his home here. Young Patrick
ji e play at Jive dianiondis s, wrote a letter to the railroad that
o! course, far saier. West makes said in part: I
his best qpeivug icad ot the Kmin "Your trash ran over our dog:
o; spades, conti;:ing'v ith the nce and killed- him. -He. was such a
oi pideie. Souli ruts Ine second eiet and good dog .... His name
sipaue and seems to iave nothing was Albert . Tell your engi-,
to fear. cer that we don't blame him be-1
South ha3 already lost one spade cause lie ran over Albert-it's just'
ana c:>pecis to lobe a heart tricKithat we feel so sad."
sooner er later. 'fiij trumps aro 'the letter went right to the desk
solid. But what about tue cluos- of the railroad's president,1Homer,
Scuth uIL..t do something to pre- E. McGee, who answvered: I
vent toe loss 01 a ciub trick. ,ne l"We are all very sorry to hear
only danger is that East may have about the loss of your dog. I think
lo11r Ur l\\e cUbs to tae jack, maI can appreciate how bad you feel
the unfinessatbl position, because when I was a boy your
io guard against tnis danger, age I liWed on a farm in Texas,
South begins by drawing two and I had a dog, too."
rounds o0 trumps. He leads a club| A few days later, one of the rail.
to the ace, ruffs out dummy's lasttroad's officers visited the home of
spade, and then cashes the queen County Judge Aaron Murphy, Pat-.
of clubs. If the cubs broke, all: rick's father. The result: one Ger.
wculd be well man shepherd pup for Patrick and
inen the clubs fail to break, his younger brother and sister. The
South simply takes the ace of dogs name is Homer.
hearts and gives tup a heart, not.
caring which opponent wins. If I ai-., lt 1
West wins (as happens to be the l J I
case), he must return aspador t
a heart; and declarer ruffs in .! DA amM IJob
dummy and discards the losing Ai o ad es Jlo
club from his hand. U UK" "
f East were able to win their Highways the and breadth.
heart trick, lie mi-,i. gi' declar- of Spqin are being torn up, widen-
er a ruff and ,liff or he might ed, straightened, smoothed Out in;
lead a club and give dummy a. a multi-million dollar project-spon-?
free finesse. Any etumn by either Ored bthe' o. public:
opponent is sure to give declarer 'works wi the.bltsIl f. d.ens-
the rest ,f the tricks. planning and Wue tourt ra e1-
Minister of Public Works, Couant
Parking Ticket of Valeano has announced that
--- = 3!0,00,000 pesetas ($9.00,00) will
Prnogrnm Gets be spent this year alone i im-
rrogrumd,, v l- ,proving Spain's roads..
rDake, NMI;-L I i One-third of the money will be
raOISe, ICickel in Catalonia and the reminder
GRAND ISLAND, Neb. (UP)! throughout the nation, whose high-i
-Police here were more than a ways have lontgbeW military,
little surprised when the mailman strategists.' Tefr\geaeranly poor
delivered one of their courtesy surfaces were not ronidered ade-
parking tickets accoIpanied by the quate for the needs tf highly mo--
nickel penalty and a "thank you" bile modern warfare. ..
note. I Development of smooth roads is,
The woman writer said she read expected to help the tourist trade.
on the ticket how sorry the police I Many motorists by-pass ideal va-
were to have, t issued it, and cation spots because they do not!
thought the message was a nex-'trust many of Spain's secondary
cellent way to handle the situation, roads.

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.,. .. ml a f Panmas, who is iressisg for a Woleett 'aad the economy is in
arm okheto -a CiSh0a lvsl ton for aa deflatee "aae ad Co a .
d** eonire atal inverti on of the gre .soud atl doing anything
S mB too e Researve Sytem's open to it. *
144 o; L Ifm s r s Pe artn a committee, said the 1954 But Patmat a Milited CongrM s
..... ....Aloqaalk q uiciy and profit fI. waa 10 times as big should find out what the
^ AI from water aa *? as praCofUts -N similar trans- market cofla"'s lraitii
S A cloth to draln o. a ia played in what he called "the
ohf e IMP, tA = 1beRbw eS a s .t et to lead .r rket mom o iLttee i aga ed i -.mi? ts in the
Dr le il< 1i aubion th or t lls govoncat peerri aoe -oant tortfolloe o markets"
SI ae D t Father with M bauor Ka o i ie at n. bealf os t hflrederal Re- lt -yaer.
ibor v a (oh wV otd th s smearv t fonsilvaans ma- re .aded ame f"questonable"
Ste C lwu --o e ti e ommire tl a t Bish J e. a or rbqainiat inl avaiL the d egatio m by the committee a
laa klite 3ry *sM P w were M co i e t steo o1 a vbt ert' ad op tting in- daytca management of its -
onhoab 8 w Diing a Barbecue and. P^PStt or a' t e.. o i.n-dolar portfolio of govern-

- ... *E .:,<." ..- r a "" de 'si -yroar ecooli ng
eg o rp F at her mw ithe :30 on then H ve d hor av-e rtennest severalo t ded mdllo.


4 l9 okr twppe. UionFridqto honor sEa l pot. Me M ro ao has m t chper ahew aa t i Ire&r Rep oJte P i m &b lieolaot ( h e dol a or d m "utionle"
r "S o held the last of r thplace a cup or more of fine
Oe n n Home. crumbs.l n of jar" l evelle? his-hvrie-in e dt e"thui bygthie om iteee
Sj ees -Ae- wes 'r- mmttetn ber w t e rinrb. ightyob 'rond to He eao Congess should fin
f3Sf. -s or .. ..r and leaB Gae La ad. hfe a tr Mlub with thte ea sin lott ron ow m h p of oer ab giv a- of er
,".... aimings hall t Ft. Vern D a the t helar M rs t ah e n hl ball sear in e zm e mOr t s WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP)- hueny stations which are nonds a





Ama T i cnets at $go on saare .. -- of Mrs. Grace Le Crow va crum s w ida H ennock, def opender of smallrket wh on the road to detruction." -
it. M uksr Letotofs hmr G r, eadcetae "d television operarcom 7. Full utilized dealers by eduerators
na ttiytel Jflns Bneen, Mrs." M- aat' w at a tiae.. The outcome Is in doubt. Pat. them ebtraordlnkrY profits."
,, Fw C a es RccdSi and MWanhi re he ar shavee r p on, te ou I de man's resolute esded th l of the 257 televaidsi onr channels nowg-
.-,l h e nMiss Mary As ar anore o ce Hicks daughan so y e w On c continue her fight against "monod reserved for non-commercial use.
un aJarun. An Pla yr of Mr. and Mrs. Ro ssrt H. o t hs s a.sanour.yrs a pvance.. to cove oisc control l" of television Miss Hennock has waged an unredi




SyHict of Btlboa la leaviNO by W loo.d race thinil when she retr a member of lenting fight to get the channels
heol cal pn today for Chicago I She rl M Mae in ve one m tbs on the House floor, munication ers -wanted by privveralte interedssmion-re-
rqfo a Il p Wor ~ed s bn vitino her ainy lwr Jt hrs a then aml caK em trer Rep. Jesse P. Wolott h served for educational institutions. doars daiy
u i. featu a talk by it' nour weeks, and is returning the top. Be certain all rp.m. is well The .ubli Miss Hennock saidner










.-ldea Phlp L., Da4e o Chicagoto enter her last year in tdre hed in sauce but do. no t Ready to wind up seven action- i expaining point five has in-
*TAd arial Castean Vera- Nursesa Tiang at West Suburba tM ae Ma noa1 w b ke it foPy. Cover 4tor 2-3 poe ye a sft o woman vested $10 000 0 in more ohan
-M. T -w to be held HoFpa? lsG tTh ese then madereadyfandheambrt oe te b FC ermeale Toannot tune
a t t USO- meatballs sprinkle with grate n an interview that she wll setRight o ultra-highood w reheated-frequency channels





ce ils-th ve onetl-oMual o- ild NiW Gatba Dolores Bri e l a or Romano cheese an up a private law office here and u V res-
I~e ohcl~ha the no, Ri.tashn, ts puaz Mabr- ta s sp se Pism,, Ms. As a sehange m spagetti or o O s iv e v eU a s




frin t radanet.ioca Wet rs. Da s so t Tke Aucen s tsa nd b maix -id o sithemen e oltod
S e. at _pr r ta turne, lt o b a i,~n e chatb rners au8. Mrs.D o tntofseLv meatballs try rice and meatballs.
D unles ab Jo r .Apro and ruiewtrlau G ,- Le- ho te rsIone alg. .,,, A.scii, Pr.Makeesauce as edsi o everallhnndred---ionr Tp-
hrl Mlt. . ....a.e... e G C o. F an apl n. M the ball. tiny-size of marbles. Do W rSHN e m (UP. r mmuenc, station, w ich ae no
rWSn. anm a er M do"iIoa. Tis at gy on se Do tha Cougher, M r s. Kat n ry othe J seo l ty ic o a sthe al.... u
not o.er w. be har.. Frieda Heunock, defender of small o r te road to. destruction.
l fors tcd el.r-- hus AMns. Pa rsrn HeleCi, M redtotothe2 se 'a thero i e so radio and television operators 7. Fuhll ut'liztios by educators






n toa s S a tO n o Mbi s iDri s Lav hes on waMrs tArry nel or ein he tur fiedw bmxesofa s mo a T ro, rS.
M nR.. ._ Hicks of Balboa is leaving by n.mi boto A eto red thinly li c Cd s eile mm lentin fih t







a ag. ng, ...r.ee. rs..,..... he the re tisa s l0 membleviaso
us Ae l c ne D. t.n aWd dae .d er ayn eger n ey the n t ee, servindusr bo a e
wi aturea t aBY it9 Se f iout w sei, and is r- t rnl im l g S e r d. u teopa te ceterai a nd h eald swe

Sar nday ai m- tTmtt. v- e meatballs, sprinkle r with g r a ede ant an a tervcew that she wwlre set tt co.etl rione.ir mno chae ..w
Jw is, te e semI-anunl Carl ica ei ~.or l mean or Romro cheese andup a private law office heresin a lo 2 t T es










o. a mee towihte publ d io e u rT ~C'r r se the hot. rop" o e cialze legal problems in b theervaion ar UHFbn
MisysM RyedMic ic g arme. Mr Carl N, Nis x of Ga- i and e T wUert The ihildren love thiadi s be-pco n tinsbfiatm i at as da is oneld. She a I nst -res meanm s. oerts e.
Seo" ~My welcome f LMr.and s e a d. cause of the ourise. h cheese wilonol speak out through malegazine ofanennc a a5perceanto teev
a s ,ksotalBa .imleea.igm tun returned i at M"o y by Ptanem U ethl hretches and stretches ,h articles and public appearance on sions











mz.l cheese.a odnmeab _alls.,_ Pa se_...-- theh FThe ofri ailir ine s rd date the g e l bye eviotsp ctru oe *pa
F e stif competition r TV operat-
o fS e A t Um e Ca 8 Mr- ap d Mrl. Lesr Le tndnor, Let- A President aeriowyagI l. e SEr- or who have thees t mort der a r,










. ....s ,..-, t h t eltD st oSe e biitn hedna m h ,rs i eoeeei a nlyrs, oae oo theoo Commission J 3the te p mt entfoed ..t .o .
o arte uma a- ..- At Carla o e irn dAu istir g te Elt s A so Peel ant d o slice thick Miss Hennck for t very-hih-frequency band and be-
a In honor of Thlma e Carl go te ba ern Salt eac h es lice, pile nearly to- and n ed Richard Mack, cause ey are caught "in the vi-
























,. . ,, ,,. ,, n+ '.. L ind e.r B t b SamO Sp, an u c
d.-Ther mar e t In .or er i etn the r n geter cover with wax or fol pa- Coral Gables, Fa, as her succes- cus circle of no sets, no p e o-
ard Michael Conouver will take N Six. change eetin pacer th o er and weigh down with bread er. Both are Democrats. graing, no advertising, no
Cvs ad sl b asoe-Ae rca r -- l Irp we as new. meetg board a aplus a tthi 5 t o c h
- a .d.e.va.te and me-cella- out -31 elba's o me et ing daedo :in b
on Fridtae n. i on Saturdayl June 11th, b t- h er -As this s an eletin me ag the natural juice which the
S within the trs of the American Revolution, rged to be prest en well squeezed take up Develop ent of policies to there commssioU and they will












Seel ita Fohster os ia the Feron Room of the Hotel sie at a time dip in f o r event "monopolistic control" of fet eery phase of broadcasting
i or Foster ason Mr. and Tivol r a0e e n an 0 00 then in beaten n egg, then di the television industry by a h e w.o
i c oster of Balboa Ae t thiu te o laeat s o pand tse.eued allsee'Cauh erme eiwnorse haou c hrag em ha eP ort and with an informed andm y
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r o 'h eDet t s t e l ar.weem munist M thlou t id.. w as o 1 .a -
S Atse ot ahbedI t o aing ea Mrie te r e wiel e Car Fry in enoh oil to float over the industry" through their s ..ho C pue theyo r l be
t ngint'nn a w. i a B.. rear e s MH. srsN t in todaeus: K h in ovene util Ble tdianey o I b o n
D g radnuasi.,te C iv w t qui'e-' tee coCked.(po tayServe das Is withwut ketchup abilty t.o.denyoant, _ton ,....
a I iw n tho e la ia t y rd acd Mr. J, ri a cover with w adrfeoafnoaGlaa brl. Devel apmen u of iommsson- e f no
Micha!el ooer Wivll aket TodayNi x.* c hennesdin m e edn eo eday ntw es'anD, g (npr puit .O.thae D o t noa dvr i g
place on Jn 1tMnC u IV A W e ne ad'e sar a edns ba rdpo anyt -ia na policies which wilI help to keep. ..
in4. employte .'. .. Smith; 'sre r, iIt. Alo c eero2,000
1s it th e Unioen CI l Luant cheeon wto the ah entedmrl Rno Ofre t Balboa"o*Y.'tions sp ctrin Imu Mis
I' ... m danJu- ....thOaytMr Wiu s th s wsan g el g tand h kine g dh n they were hoarse. tnwde, competitive system. Ons i RdL o
Domsin e Cm oone With Primes ,, B .... .uun. riA. ds aeeg- plntwonple royal casa ntto som TV statr itcIlisutsfae gonCongreI
BardatMemaayr:Mrs Rudol he ,wednesday Au 10, Ca fe e iso eD completely | on of t a
S FT er nton Club, the Cuban o- mePrs r. Pi. r i me.ou Picesc Ror w!n ar nowbiT. R
tiety, t td the Beneficencia Es.pa- IrW. Rubellm and Mrs. Austin F.o- ,_ o p, sewing and atea Gasthes
tournament forte ien o othe Rsoprese tic edein... .....;_,..vi M r s o.- ret ethe kin gnidrb fwst escort ;committee, and legislation if nec-i
Ccram Rent rsos Te onn rtuM Ro bet lievo l. k Mrs.- Dantihel C A _. Coal N euCbbrer-c. 2,_ b essary, tohrequire radio asd tele-fw "
naa t Eoid ouoos The oofBPagAtMs.t fce Mw The king's bat was knocked as- vision stations to make free timen
n tyto fdou tWhe Detroitstie- ...ioMr. whold a stated meeting on Tuesday- kew as the crowd reached into his available to the candidates of ma-i
the dominos wll be.offered by.thiS ene and ilues.'ia parties dunyng an e-
pIt s walo, .u.i..mv.si 'fmt In o e Preside p',. t Police save up trying to control ion"dentpan'exists now.U e
~io t!, I 1 General of .+.m th Natio nal society t Regular business. Balloting. mni-the, crows and tossed their hel 4. Legislation giving the FCC di-
i tJ int theclatwh and Mrs. a.. ..1- Ca il be thegutthsls, e-- n. ree 4l natory jurisdiction, over
bon end h rarna Presidento Gene. r J-u ne go-,. inner (- l be The "Plae- du Trone" lookedr 5 A pronouncement by either
S J S tJCOral Chapter will exemplify thestopped to pce flowers on the ing the public that most of the E
l-employ SI i surer,,s. t"Leopoldth wiofounded the Congo able to tune into 85 per cent of
Resigna.on o S elbal deorees mi1umtheyi w ofhiesgratune na g rse tsce they el buyiong nw pare
Birhdan to matchwood. The presobox col-a 6. Creation of policies to save /I uaroso
....g B ~F rme Prm~mrs. eed dis dinr'ne will ..be served., lapseug,- rTh-d Nalonl Radio re thnti'
The Cub, thetCubansormer-re_ portersscheduled to give a run-:the natssupllkultrehwgh-rr-


orMen, tune 1he--(UP.)" f *A re- Peras, in demanding the resl e
PellioReitCin the Ch.rTha R Deo. natin of cba, a or i .ll. NCWrlCeapriNytheTtheyoknort b the waofficisws 0aertm
$ .poer tdy teea ya small mnouri. --holdastatedmeetinguonTuesda y

the atitaos wal __.feedb f e laryist einfnist fora ,nThisdekisgpecial
emisr. Giueol.JPvi who cr1- the Social Demo-itaS l5ave the (ip)" --Sevoral hundred +thousand
tcice d Sl.dba'l .l#wIAcuerlcan reg- Toenttilns-- wre ma. the liberals to wildly theerint Belgians .we| S ]+ 4lc e --tr oewt ex o costyols n
pmn' ac iPud.ate ami demanded walk out -- 'elba's government eomedF King- Baudoin back from AHT Y
war ithin the party e c s tnoh that smasheda l oia Jres$ulatsry juisdOtiWO n.' over
ThetA'e.canced of survivlveII -n onIMisbs', a S. Cr'al3 w as reviewing standto mia tehwoo4gus t ,pbt h e networks.
pt o1o. d believed th he. oPares i e ter the a edw .his royal highness' h at b to te RO ol n mu:
ontelba position was made ev- ks beat JdiaT electlobu w P duron lo .re nt by tI
er Tehesperate by an utima- .iaDemoratic viatore aore than 2,000 Buelgnans fined -resof thm o. ad |is-_
dhe efe-in tro the grles. route from the airport oenr tome igatussts r Wen gw aeup -
Bit-c"2dc~y ellthe ubli tha th


The a22 Christian D e m oc rat The.left-wing groups also gained
*member. d the Chamber of Depu-rad when Russia protested
t"* I t .d, av a ii r' that Uitd States troops beiAg
ehM&et ym iffl listed by withdrawn from occupation duty
Slba himself. in Austrl would be stationed in
But some i2 ebel tlaBwers of northern Italy.
Pe a were spe ed to vse the
tug to shofle ScelBa out of ...
offle' he i d- "Jd 2ft To R vi
ued to face a vote aof confidenee .
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SFOR SALE:-G.E. PRIGIDAIRE
with freezer locker; G.E. auto-
HARNETT & D matic washer; gas hot water
HARNETT & DUNN after l like nw. Lamps,
BAeLROOM DANCE STUDIO bunk beds and chast and four-
HOTEL EL PANAMA. SUITE!!! chair dining room set. Call 3-
5 to 10 p.m.-Adults. Pr-teens 5684 Panomo.
& Teenagers. Byv appointment only. FOR SALE-Dinette set, bm-
eriing........ Balbo 2-4239 boo chair, other furniture. House
After 5 p.m .....PPome 3-1660 210-B Sosa Place. Ancon.


Canal Zone Dental polyclinic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.S.
Denture--bridse work-alt brasive
General Prcltice
Tivoli (4th of July) Ave pNo. lA24
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Phones 2-2451 2-2562
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Venetian Blinds
Traverse Curtains
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CaD 2-3063 or 3-4904
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FOR SALE: Bargain. 1951
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Swaps Sets World WANTED
S1 .Miscellaneous
Record At Ho ywood LEAVING FOR STATES. Want
Five weeks ago, owner Rex Itl I eq. wonderful maid who
Ellsworth was overjoyed when oans.;washes, ceres for chil-
"Swaps" won the Kentucky Der- excellent laundress. Call job for
by. ma 3-3147.
Ellsworth is happy again after 3-37.
Swaps made his debut Saturday
against older horses ana won in ea l er e
world-record time. "This was his
greatest race," says the owner.
"I wasn't so surprised at the To Be TJ '
time a4 the ease with which he Uo
won. JQcker Dave Brb-never laid i ...
a whip'on him."It s "A A i
Swaps got into the reted lI K.r R
Saturday in the $110,000 Callfur-
nian at Hollywood Park. He beat Funeral services were to be
last year's Kentucky Derby win- held today in Burbank, Cal.. for
ner-Dnetemine wa-bys raen th Raymond A. Koperski, retired
and one-quarter. Swaps ran the Canal employee ho died Friday
mile and one-fifths of a second In St. Vincent's Hospital in Eur-
of! the world record set a t San- bank. Mr. opetkl, who. retired
ta Anita last winter. by hpoona in Tebru ry after' bver 2 yer
The Seconfor the d of Canal service, was 62: years
Erb pub'ng, for thei Iapend-O
ed Wille Shoemaker-confirms old.
that he never used the whip. "I A native of Grand Rapids.
rode him pretty hard with my Mich.. Mr. Koperskl came to the
hanvrydsoopsays the hockey. "He's Canal Zone as a small boy. He
very ooperatlve horse. He does worked as a clerk with the
everything you ask of him and Isthmlan Canal Commission in
does It well." Empire ind held the Roosevelt
Swaps' rival for three-vear-old Medal for eonstrutelon day serv-
honors "Nashua" also won i ice. fHe left the Canal Zone in
Saturday. Nasahua romped home 1915 to Work in Chile and later
by nine lengths In the $120,000.Caifnla, but rejoined the
Bse Iont Stakes in New York. Canal organic zut reion in 1935.e
But Ellsworth says he still thanks Canal organization n 1935.
Swaps can beat Nashua again, For a number of years he was
just as he did In the Der'y... a boarding officer at Cristobal
their only meeting. and at the time of his retzre-
The victories by Swaps Slid meant was employed as a Cis-
Nashua make a proposed match toms Inspector.
race even more attractive. But Mr. Koperski Is survived by his'
another meetinlhremains up in wife, his. mother, Mrs. Jolhn 1-
the air. Swaps will mage In3SKoperskl, and a brother, Ed-
next start July 9th In the mrund L., all of Burbank: lis
Westerner at Hollywood Park. daughter, Mrs. Barbara Ellio:t.
Nashua probably will run In the of Danville, California: a son.
July 2ndDwyer at Aqueduct In Robert. of Miami, Florida: and
New York. Then each heads for another brother, Leon A.. of Or-
Arlington Park in Chicago, Jando Florida; and by four
though they're entered in differ- randchildr an b four


ent races there.
It's been learned Ellsworth
feels any match race should be
held during the current Hol'y-
wood Park meeting. Discussions
for such a race already aie zon-
derway between Ellsworth and
William Woodward. Junior, who
owns Nashua. The race proba-
bly would carry a purse of $100,-,
000...winner take all.
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-. "Assignment: Churchill" is night, June 24.
Both brothers are former ca picture o the public and private Mr. Truman, resting after a
nal employthers a nephew R a- life of Etgland's greatest states- whirlwind two-day visit here in
Koperski, of Balboa, s employed man, given' by Walter Henry which he lashed at Republican
at the Balboa Storehouse Thompson, member of the Spe- power policy, would make no comra
cial Branch of Scotland Yard, ment bn the forthcoming U. N.
who spent 20 years guarding speech.
LEGAL NOTICE Churchill's life. The book is
AL NOamong tho placed in circula- Earlier he had rejected an invi.
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA tion during the past week by station from the State Department
Canal Zone r the Canal Zone Library. to attend the session as a mein-
United States District Court For The
District of The Camel Zo nen Thompson describes bM life ber of the American delegation.
Division of Balboa with Churchill during the early Sunburned after a ride of sever-
James. D Maness. Plainti Sff v Dolnt.a twenties and through World al hours before some 425,000 per-
No. 4150, Clvi Docket 20. AScton fos War II. He was with Churchill sons in Portland's annual Rose
divorce during the wartime meeting at Festival parade Saturday, th e
To tne above-named defendant: sea with Rooseveit, at Casa- former President w arn ed 600
You are hereby required to spear and blanca, Yalta and Teheran and cheering Democrats in a nation-
answer the complaint filed in the abo%@-Iw ally-bradcast speech Saturd sy
entitled action within ninety days aft n VE Day when he pushed ally-broadcast speech Saturday
the first date of publication. I Churchill up on the roof of an night against private industry get-
In ease of your ftallur o gappearlautomobile to protect him trom ting control of atomic energy dev.
atnast you by default for the relief de- the cheering crowds. elopment.
handed In the complain. The Complete list af new books
Crwitness thude HoniaStGutShr and their authors announced The former chief executive said
Court fnr the Dist4ct of the Canal Zone by the library last week follows: Presment Eisenhower was beibg
Uis June 19S5 Non-fiction Excutive Ac- "used in a campaign a g a n
C T. Mecormick, Jr. clerk. Lion, Learned; Speaker's Hand- public power.
By bara de la PeRs. Chief Deputy Clerk book of Epigrans and itticisms, He departed from hs prepared
To Dolpha Jane Maness. Prochnow; Assignment: Church- text to say ".if you don't watch
The foregoing summons is served un- l T ho m paonh: BlaOkburn's outi at gang is going to take
on you by publication pursuant to the n..i. VL,'a that atomic power development
order of the Honorable GuthrieF Crr,eI Headquarters, Harkl; Vdoc; that atme we dv pm
udge. United States Distriet Court for a Biography, Stead. over andexploit.it,.too."
the District of the Canal Zone. deal FiCtiOn A Most Contglous He accused private power pro-
June A. 1955. and entered and field in ame. Grafton;- The Girl from p tent of Indulgmg in "tricky and
this action the off*@ of the Clerk Tof ae C dero deviou way to destroy publi
aid United States Dirtiert Court for te I Frisco, Heufan: The Crade of deious Ways to destroy pu.ble
Dviien oi Balboa. aon'n AN 1955. Neptune, Lodwick; The sports, a. 'a in federal power develop-
I T. r ccolseasi, Jr., Clerk. Mayer; and erUe Woosjter Sees meat.
SSr. d I. p Chd Deputy Clerk. Thrub oe. He said he thought President Ni-
Chidrnru t ookaen anetrms.,t ower "thinks he is doing the
CENTRALAB da tasd, BRoery; perlittiag he giving away of
r fcN u KA B ^ o IFaIry Tale, Jacob; Lutr-Bur- HCell Canyon. But the facts and
CONTROLS I baik, Boy Wilard, Bur; Baby our al experience are
and Roo, Bannon: Joel Spends his ,,.ic ,t 0.
ONDNS RS ,Money, Coras: M a KLttleg
CONDENSERS WHouse Party, Iw;8 a4d It Hap- His speeb was full of praise
opened to annah. Rounfor Orego Sen. Wayne Morse, who
has switebed to the Democraedt
PartyW-and is up for reelectioa
TELEPHO next year. Morse introduced thl

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BOX 2031 ANCON,. CZ.
DR. WENDEHAKEMedicol Clin-
ic, Central Ave. No. 22-69, op-
posite Railroad Station. Phone
2-3479. Day-night service.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:--Mahogeny chest,
needs refinishing $12; 4-hp.
motor, 25-cycle 525. House
2256-B, Balboa. Phone 2-4474.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSAL
FOR FURNISHING PENICILLIN
Panama Canal Compemy invites
pflposals for furnishing 12.000
vials Proceine Penicillin G forti-
fied with buffered penicillin G
potassium for aquain Injection.
in 10-dose vials, under sealed
bids for opening in public at
10:30 a.m.. June 22. 1955. In
the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa. Invitation
No. 169 may be obtained from
the above office, telephone 2-
18I15.
FOR SALE:-Piano. upright. 44"
high, regular keyboard. Excellent
condition. $250. Call Curundu
2191.
FOR SALE:-'39 Plymouth se--
don, excellent mechanical condi-
tion. Only 575. Phone Panama
3-4642.
DR. SCHOLL'S tdiued Chiropo-
diet. Alexander, Justo Aroselm-
na No. 58. Phone-3-2217. i"

FOR SALE
Real Estate
WE BUY, Sell and Manage Real
Estate. "The Imperial Eagle,."
Cathedral Plaza, Panama. Tele-
phone 2-0857.


Jackson-Brown
(Continued frf. Page I)
lush between dhureh Ind
state appears Ukely to be the
removal of the body of San
Martin, national liberator and
hero, from the mausoleum of
the cathedral.
A student confederation to-
day condemned the Cathoilcs
for the weekend riolt ald asked
the government to remove the
Catholic and. national relic from
the cathedral "because these
who offend the national flag
cannot be custodians of the ash-
es of he who offered everything
for liberty, the flag and the fa-
therland."
The leading Peronlsta organ,
Democracia, demanded the ous-
ter of Msgr. Miguel Tato and
other bishops for "mixing poh-
tics with religion."
Msgr. Tato has been a prom-
inent figure In the church's.
fight against the government's
anti-clerical and anti-church
measures.
When he appeared on the Cu-
ria balcony beside the aged and.
ailing private Santiago Luis
Cardinal copello at Saturday's
Corpus Christi demonstrations
the Catholic crowd gave him re-
peated ovations.

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FOR RENT:.- M-Aderm unfr-
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hot water. Ideal for a couple or
bachelor. In Campn Alegr. Cell
3-3421.
FOR RENT:- Furnished pert-
ment. 2 bdrooms ll comforts.
Phone 3-3668. Via Argentina
55 1El Cengreio).
FOR RENT:- Fuished apart-
ment, two bedrooms, lae living
room, kitchen, beth, tiled floors,
all screened. AIs laerg ware-
house, terago a .e or shop,
three drive-in dMhr. bar on all
windows, 1600 fet fleer space.
Apply: Janitor, No. 63 Fourth
of July Ave. or phon Hopkins,
Balboo 2966.
FOR RENT: Spalcius part-
meats. 3 large roms, kitchen.
bath in Rio Abeje. Phone 3-
2078.
FOR RENT-Mdor m complete-
ly furnished. bedroom apart-
ment. 46th Street No. 19.
FOR RENT: Furnhhad epert-
mont. excellent location. Fede-
rico Boyd No. I. Phone 3-1516.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished two-bedroom apartment
in Campo Alegre for two or
three months. Phone Panama 3-
1254.

FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:-Avelleble June 15,
exceptional commercial spaoe.
Rochet Bldg., Tivoli Avenue. For
particulars call Tivoli Travel A-
gency, phone 2-0461.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
room, private bath, private en-
trance, cool, screened, quiet, all
comforts,


HST In His Best

'61 -'em-Helr Form

On Oregon Junket
PORTLAND, Ore June 13 (UP)
-Former President Harry S. Tru-
man. full of his old "give-em-hell"
campaign spirit, left here by train
for home last night to prepare for
a speech later this month at the
10th anniversary meeting of the
United Nations in San Francisco.
The U. N. announced in New
York today that Mr. Truman had
accepted an invitation from Sec-
retary Dag Hammarskjold to ad-
dress the U. N. meeting Fridaving


men with small gold pendants
on thin chains. A priest blessed
;he awkward-looking .craft.
The raft has a canvas-cover-
ed eight by 10-foot cabin con-
talnlng two one-day emergency
radio transmitters, a rubber
dinghy and Ufetaeketl-
The men. lan*l to tlq them.
selves, together with a- g rope,
such as mountain climbersuse,
in rough weather because ra
Point can't swim.



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Aggression a SSen
EUREKA IN., June 13 (UP)-
Foreign Qperations Admianatratop
Harold E. Stassen said yester-
day the nation of the free world
are now. '"wmhlg to stand togeth-
er more strongly than ever. bfoe
in history." '


e- I ---- Sassen, ain a commentemet
ARhough the trip ,"od been address at Maier Co e. saj
planned for a yar. the men the free world o'a bandS 0
SInearly left wlthott a stove and g50Wer mere stNW to "resit
ea anchor, as well as a com. ggresift In any forn."
R7 Pam. I 'Tfis adA this 4aft S n I
These were provid hati- dor, M. d I
a, y lut before the gt et. A betO M Mi O Wr rbe"
ierjwmant for the top of the mast World Wor U,]whiWsuih: :BBu
At Opuated by the Loangeull *U ht be uuwate"
YSotingCl 8tsaClu jddatt.t la m-
Eaudout asid that if the vor tual de fa lb 11wued in "theiPmbM 9f logaINGO
stge is a succm, the rao 0ou& in & for b as
- each either rance or the, Pe a' ale
YtrtuwL He claime-ds tewould sults teln us .at pu.hal-w
N. E, U t l& oter beUlev oi tSw on.
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FT. HOOD, Tex., June 13 -
(UP) A regular Army Ser-
geant who has turned down a
$00,000 inheritance and a for-
eign title to keep his American
citizenship disclosed he has
played a gentle deception for
years on a' sick wife.
The sergeant is Wilbur F. H.
Radeline of Ft. Hood. His wife
Mildred-they live in Ft. Hood
village-is an epileptic. Because
of'her condition, she undergoes
frequent spells of depression.
For years, her husband has
seat her holiday and birthday
greetings and Rifts- and signed
the names of .other persons to
the cards.
Mrs. Radaline. who4e condl-
tion has woisened recently, will
be 61 on June 21.
He alpo has been In a hospl-
tal- wit arthritis.
This year, Radeltne said, his
LfinaIal condition is such that
he r".ttWM Roin to be able Lo buy
lto bhday cards -Eor .er.


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FOR SALE:-Two 25-cycle ice
boxes, 9-cu. ft.. good condition
$50 each; other misc. household
effects. Call at House 0526-B.
Old Corral Area,. Ancon. Mon-
day after 4 p.m.
FOR SALE:-Coldspot refrigera-
tor, 9.3-cu. ft.. 25-cycle, excel-
lent running condition, freezer
unit across box S100. Curundu
2172-C after 3:45 p.m.
FOR SALE--25-cycle Westing-
house refrigerator with new
point job. very cheap. Call Bal-.
boa 2-3624 18 a.m. to 5 p.m.?.
ask for Henry Pescod.


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MONTREAL. June 13 (UP) -
Four adventurers who nearly
'forgot their compass but took
along plenty of pate de foie gras
and cognac set out on a ram-
shackle raft at the week end In
an attempt to drift across the
Atlantic ocean.
The four, including one man
who can't swim, departed a-
board their 30-fot-bng cedar
log raft "L'Egare,". which is
PFrench for "The Lost One," un-
der tow by an outboard motor
'boat.
The raft. built by faiar in
only three weeks, *iS Wt
loose at Quebe* CiL -.
aid of long poles, a W ie. aa.
makeshift rudder, and rugged
currents, the mnen hope to reach'
the mouth of the at. Lawrence
River tomorrow and then head
for Europe.
The skipper of the craft, Henr
ri Beaudout. 28. a former French
merchant seaman. hPa as his
crew cook Bernard Sorieul. 24;
photo apher Gaston yanackere
07, bot also French, and Can-
adl n Paul La Fointe, 30, who
drummed up donatkos of $600
worth of food t&d rifk to-take
on the vnvrae.


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t'LYWOOD -(NEA)-Behind
the'Lamera: Some of Damon
iunyes broadway characters are
springing to ife At the t oldwyn
studio,. where Marion Branoo,
Jean dimmons and Vivian Blaine
are starring in the film version
of "buys and Dolls."
A big dance number in a Cuban
nigni.t .UDo se nas been compiet-
eO and now tWe stars are rehears-
ing a irantic light to be done with
a groupp ox stunt men. But wtere I
soiething on me set tne camera CH
will never photograph. It's a waste sot
basket witaiin s asin on it- tre
"Reserved lor Marion Brando's chi
Chewing um Waios." to
Jack Webb, wearing the tight- .H
fitting clones 0t uie toaimg, The
iwendes and Janet Leigh manag-T roj
in$ to ioo0 anytnmg bUL Uat-cnas- U Fo
ea in her flapper outit, :are bid-' .Cu
oin eCta other goony in an out- s
dqor street scene ior "Pete KeihY'
Blue' at Warner Bros.
This time it's double duty for
WetO, who acls ana directs. hey
speak their lines and then Janet
oanves oil in a snapy 1 2 JoiUs
royce.
.ld cars never die in Hollywood.
This one was driven in Muas by
Billi Dove, Lorinne jriffftn, and'
Dorethy Mackall.
C. B. DeMile is directing the
eath scene of Senhe the Just in
na' 'lea Lommandments" at Par
amount as I take my place in tne
(drhness behind the camera with
a oter onlookers. 'oalowig De-
Mille's directions are Anne Bax-
ter% YiiLL Brynner aad lair Ceorc
Hirdwicks.
A visiting firelady, on a studio
tour, keep& looking at DeMille and
tisany wnispers -to her companion:
S"I recognize that actor. Dkin't
he ptex in 'Sunat Boulevard' with
Gloria.Swansos?"
.;Thjutedrl ajpaee sap pro.


S But my, gaze is drawn to the
weird:-etauic robot that Operates
leverg ,vith claw-like hands in the
scene. I'm sworn to secrecy about
the robot's workings, but the nick-
name given the al-metal actor by
set workers is whispered to me.'
it' O- O'i Taylor."
Mickey Rooney, Raymond Hat-
ton, Joey Forman and Colsen
Gray are being directed by George
hiah' on Repuuolc s western street
for a scene in "The Twinkle in
krod i kye."
It's Mickey's first time in the
role of a minister and he plays
it witn gentleness and humor.
When the sequence has been
filmed, Mickey's production part
ner and personal manager, Mau-
rice Duke, walks over to him and
slmws him a bank receipt for $8,000
deposited to his account.
Mickey grins: "My ex-wives will
be dividing it before nightfall."
Set visitors are predominantly
male on the sound stage housing
the "Very, Very Popular" com-
pany on the Fox lot. The attrac-
tions are Betty Grable and Sheree
North, wearing abbreviated cos-
tumes and doing some strictly-for-
laughs hotcha against the back-
ground of a San 'rancisco honky-
tonk.
There's a rest period and Sheree
sees Producer Director Nunnally
Johnson examining the long black
tresses of Chinese actress Noel
Toy, who plays a tripper.
"Watch out, kid," ydels the un-
inhibited Sheree. "They'll bleach
it before you know what hit you."
Glamorous new European import
CorneUll Borchers, and Rock Hud-
son are playing a key dramatic
scene in U-'s "A Time Remem-
bered"-a love story about a hus-
band and wife separated by war.
I notice that when Director Jerry
Hoper moves the camera away to
do a singles ot od Rock block are
placed under the legs of the furni
ture to make him appear less tow-
ering in height.
Yep, even chair and tables wear
elevator shoes in Hollywood.
Electric Heat Lamps
Fine For Baby Cuicks
CHAMPAIGN, M. (UP) An
agricultural augiieqr reports that
many Illinois puflrymen are us-
ing electric heat lamps to keep
their baby chicks warm.
F. W. Andrew of the University
of Illinois said one advantage of
this Is that it's easier to keep your
brooder house clean. You don't
have to carry fuel in, and you
don't have ahes r other fuel
waste to carry O ut.
Andraw sa n etfer advantages
oa sckks became tey arn't hid-
dM Mndera boer ad ts saAm
u can be used to keep Itte
a war when m being used

The agieer said three laps
in a NOW MM WAWKehp about
M0- *le-if larf1 -


eOSEN? Marion B. Fol.
m, undersecretary of the
asury, reportedly has been
osen by President Eisenhower
be the next secretary of
alth, Education and Welfare.
e uncomflrmed report said
1som will succeed Mrs. Oveta
Ilp Hobby, expected to re-
n for personal reasons.


Dixon-Yates Row Flares; TVA Plans Own New Pat
MEMPHIS, June 13 .-(UP) -A vate power energy TVA sends to power so loud there will be no Although technicaly DIota.
placid spot smack in the middle Atomic Ener g Commission n r -ble getting the line." Yatse power would just repses
of the MIssissapt River is the fo- plants. Experts have predicted f or that ,used by the AkC it a till
cal po6it of a new flare-up in the I "If there's no money for t h e years that the Mid-south w would would go into TVA lines and to
running battle over thb controver- line, DiDon-Yates will have a eon Iface a critical power shortage 'iVA customers. Memphis is one
sial. D ixn-Yates power plant. tract to deliver power on the mid- within a few years. The w h ol e of TVA's biggest customers.
And while construction work is die of the river with no takers," Dixon-Yates battle is an outgrowth
underway on the project near Tennessee Sen. Albert Gore said. Iof those predictions. "With no market in I'emnHi for
Memphis Ark., destructionn" el-i The House Appropriations. Con.I Dixon-Yates power, their e's. a
forts will come to a head this mittee rejected the transmission The Iisenhower administration reason for the plant,' .Lurta a ad
week in the House of Representa- line plan and Instead voted to let decided on Dixon-Yates to meet. Paty said.
ties at Washington. TVA use the money to start con- the expected shortage without fi-
struction of its own plant at Ful- nancing more TVA construction. But Dixon-Yates officials a y
That hot spot in the middle of ton, Tenn. TVA has come up with its own !they have no thought "of turalan
the river is where Dixon Yates self-financing plan, b a e d on iback"
power lines are scheduled to meet Dixon-Yates supporters admit- bonds, and "Citizens for TVA" I
Tennessee Valley Authority lines. tedly are more worried about the from five states meet in a big ral- I Memphis officials say tha t
Figuratively s p e a k in g. it's Fulton plant than about the trans ly at Nashville, Tenn., tonight to "sooner of later" the cost of tew
where public and private power mission lines. plug the plan. er would go up if they take DioM i
would get together. ,Yates power. The city owns It a
w Since the Dixon-Yates plant is in If TVA builds its own plant, then Two of the three TVA directors, own electric, gas and water plot$
Arkansas, there's no way for its at would have no need for power Dr. Harry Curtis and Raymond here.
power to go Into TVA lines with- from private utilities. Paty, recently asked that the .
lout that river meeting point. U. S. Rep. E. C. Gathings of Dixon-Yates plan be dropped. The "If Congress doesn't furnish
I The Washington action will cen- Arkansas, in whose district t h e Budget Bureau turned them down. i TVA the money to meet our. pow-
ter on what started out as a re- Dixon-Yates plant is being built. ;or needs, we'll build our owl
suest for 6Li million dollars for said he's not worried about the The directors based their plea plant." Thomas Alln, head of the.
TVA to build a line to the middle transmission line. oh assurances from Memphis city utilities here, said. Allen said suckl
of the river. "By the time the Dixon-Yates officials that the city of Memphis a plant would be financed through
The whole idea of the Dixon- plant is finished in 1957," Gathings'would built its own plant before bonds.
Yates deal is to replace with pri- said, "people will be crying for!taking Dixon-Yates power.


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home the winning run in the 13th
inning to give the St. Louis Var-
dinals a 6 5 win and a split with
first gafe, 8-3, as Johnny Anto-
nelli pitched a seven-hitter and hit
one o0 New York's three
first game, 8-3, as Johnny three
homers. Others were by Gail Har--
ris and Whitey Lockman.
Frank Thomas and Ramon Me-
its homered to lead the P itts.
burgh Pirates to a 5-3 victory
but the Milwaukee Braves won
the second game, 8-5, as Bob Buhl
won his third game. Del Rice hit
his first homer for Milwaukee in
the nightcap.
The Philadelphia Phillies scored
seven runs in the sixth inning to
win a battle of six homers from
the Cincinnati Redlegs, 12-8. The
Phillies made only seven hits but
two were homers by Del Ennis
and Stan Lopat' and they profit-i
ed by three Cincinnati errors. The
second game was rained out.
Yesterday's Star-Billy Pierce
of the White Sox, who scored a 1-0
victory over the Senators and now
has yielded only one rui' and 15
hits in his last three games.

Pierced
(First Game)
Washington AB R H 0 A
Umphlett rf ..... 4 0 0 0 0
FitOserald c ..... 4 0 1 7 0
Vernon lb ....... 4 0 1 7 0
Growth ef ........ 4 0 1 1 0
Sievers If ........ 4 0 0 2 0
Rupneis 2b ..... 3 0 1 5 2
Edwards lb ...... 2 0 1 1 2
line ss ......... 2 0 0 1 4
a-Dells .......... 1 0 0 0 0
Rolg ass .......... 0 0 0 0 1
Porterfieldp ..... 3 0 0 0 1
Totals 31 0 5 24 10
Chieaoge
Carrasquel as .... 4 1 0 0 1
Fox2b ........... 3 0 2 2 2
Mifoso If ........ 3 0 0 4 0
Kell 3b .......... 3 0 o 0 0
Rivera rf ........ 3 0 0 1 0
Busby cf ........ 2 0 0 2 0
Lollarc .......... 3 0 1 10 0
Jackson lb ..... 3 0 1 7 0
Dropo lb ........ 0 0 0 0 1
Pierce p ......... 3 0 0 1 4
Totals 27 1 4 27 8
a-Out for Kline in 7th.
Washington ..... 000 000 000-0
Chicago ........ 100 000 OOx-1


Errors: Edwards. RBI: (Car-
rasquel scored when MiUoso hit
I Into double-play in first inning)
S stolen base: Groth. Double
plays: Kllne-Rannels-Ve r non,
S Runnels-Vernon, P i e r ce-Fox-
ckson. Left on base: Washing-
ton .6, Chicago 3. Bases on balls:
SPorterfleld 1. PIerce 1. 80: Por-
terfield 7. Pierce 7. Runs and
Earned rtns: Porterfield 1-0.
S paused ball: Ptigerald. WP:
(5-3. IP: Prterfield (7-


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Postponed Bese Of Rain


S er in sight for the runaway -Brooklyn Dodge inl KEY WEST. Fla., June 13 (Ul
St,:e -a i.a a1 League.. Bad weather again delayed tl
-.e aOuSn L lea*ue. Washington to Cuba air race ye
That was the result of the week- the Indians set Bob Turley tO hi. Lrdayfo.r 60 femle pilots ran
end's two big series in which the faith loss. Wertz' second homer of n from teenagers to grandma
Indians set out to prove they're tIe day ada ninth oL tae year lea- ers .
still the team to beat and the Chi- tured the Indians' four-run sev-" Only 18 f the 33 planes in t
cago Cubs sought to demonstrate enta-inning tat won tne nightcap. International Air Race reach
A there legitimate pennant c o n- The victories were douby this ian city at the end of
tenders. pressive because they gave the Florida keys, so officials decide
The Indians answered t h e r Indians a 6-2 edge over the Yan .to postpone the final leg of
&"m% "utln "o n"too eries oort ncha 5e .e
from the New York Yankees and Yankees last season and, in fact, en until noon today to reach
climaxed the series with rbusing no team has won a season serie' West. Many weer grounded b
10-2 and 7-3 triumphs before 69,-from New York during manager I eavy rains over South or id d
*-.-3p--largest crowd of the ye a r.asey biengel's regime which e. All had been bothered by bad we
The Dodgers, however, walloped gan in 1949. ther since they took off from Was
the Cubs three out of four, re- ington Friday mor wg.
on ^ ding from a 9-5 loss yester- Don Newcombe's 10-game win- tove t aererawre mfw emfi
day to gain a split with a 6-2 tri- ning streak came to an end as However, officials of the fir
numph in the nightcap.n iay .niti, ansome jackson over water race for women st
SAs _a result, the races shaped up and Dee ondy homered in the insisted the event was a success
as follows today: opener tor the Cubs but the Dodg- "Everything has gone v e r
ers gained a split with the aid of smoothly considering the unfavo
,1 The Yankees' first-place lead in Clem Labwne's oruilian, one run I able weather conditions whis
the AL. was cut to 21 g am ets relief pitching for five innings in have plagued the race," said H
,/.over the Chicago White Sox and the second game. Jim Davis won len Mennitto of Hialeah, Fla.
Sto 3/ eames over the defending his fourth game for the Cubs while think the ladles have shown a R
*'champion Indians. The White Labine's victory was his fifth of fortitude in braving the ba
Sox, whd have been getting t he straight in an unbeaten season. weather instead of withdrawing "
best pitching in the majors f o r Biny Pierce, wio has allowed The only withdrawal annoounci
: the last 10 days, swept a three- only one run and 15 hits in h is thus far was Mrs. Edna Gardni
game series with 1-0 and 8-4 vic- last three games, tossed a live- Whythe a 53 year-old n u ra
tries over the' Washington Senat- hitter for his fifth win and t he n from Flushing, Mich., who w<
4- ors. IDick Donovan gained his seventh the all-woman's Intematio na
In the N.L., the Dodgers have victory behind an eight-hit White Air Race the last time it w a
opened up a massive 10% g a m e Sox attack tht included Bob Nie- held. Mrs. Whythe, who was
lead on the second-place Cubs and man's grand-slpm homer in the the lead, quit the race Saturda
i lead the third-place New York Gi- midst of a seven-run, third-inning to "make it more interesting" f
ants by 14 games. They're rolling outburst. Bob Porterlield lost a the other, contestants.
S on a skein of seven wins in eight heart-breaker in the opener when I She and her co-pilot Lucill
% ,ames, 11 in 13 and 16 in 20. A the'White Sox scored an un- White of Mamestown, N.Y., le
pace for the remainder of the earned run in the first inning with for Little Rock, Ark., to enter t.
season would give then 9 victo- the aid of Bruce Edwards' error. Sky Lady Derby which begins t
Sries I Art Ceccarelli spun a three-hit. day. Many of the women w e r
R Early Wynn pitched a five-hitter ter and Enos Slaughter drove in openly critical of the leader's wit
1 ; for his eight victory and Bob Lem- two runs as the Kansas City Ath- Grawl but none wanted to b
' on also gained his eighth triumph letics scored a 3-0 triumph after quoted by reporters.
4..ihtough he needed help from I losing to the Baltimore Orioles, The U.S. Coast Guard and th
"nke Garcia in the ninth. Wynn, j 7-2, in other A.L. action, Boston Cuban Navy laid elaborate plan
Larry Doby, Vic Wer tz. and at Detroit was rained out. or today's hop to the Sante F
George Strickland all homered as. Pitcher Paul La Palme doubled HCuba, airport, 15 miles west (
Havana.
S, The Coast Guard will set up
mobile radio station at Meacha
< Field here to assist CAA official
and will have a surface vessi
.W^EREVER PROPLE OPDIST r O standng by 22 iles off short
"Coast Guard- amphibian will fl
S .- i l a circular pattern, ready to len
S I 'I iLI l I assistance if necessary.
;' Sf1 "l \ /11 / \Surface ships of the Cuban nay
S I / will an out along the Cuban os
I he Cuban Tourt Commissloi
N (I | Ur n ,. a w114 w4ill present sash prizes to
," 1 | f n $A S;00, willU provide tran
Srta into Havana, where th
Slady pilots will stay at the Pres
dsnte Hotel. Co sponsor of th
;event is the Florida chapter (
/ r\ >\ l the 99's, founded 26 year ago b


At present he Is doing singing commercials for baseball in
these parts, and thanks to his imagination, industry and dediea-
tion, is doing a atade-A job'of It. He is one of the few men I've
met out here who swear there will always be baseball, always
be a Pacific Coast League. To put in even a mild demurrer is
to Invite a brawl.
"The majors? What the hell do we need them for?"



PITCHED TRIBE TO F7140G
Mr. Mails just missed being one of the great pitchers of the
game. He came out of adjacent St. Mary's which produced Dutch
Leonard, Harry Hooper, Joe Oeschger and others who went on
ot big league splendor.
Oeschger,,lnIdentaUly, is still around. Then with the BostonI
Braves, he'worked in the historic iron-man game against Leon
Cadore of Brooklyn-26 innings, 1-1, May 1, 1920. Both pitchers
went all the way.
"That wasa vintage year for great pitchers," Mr. Mails said.
We were 'both somewhat younger In 190,. I was traveling
with the Cleveland Indians. Mr. Malls was pitching for them.
And quite a pitcher he was. Indeed, the Indians would never
hwve won their. first pennant if it hadn'tbeen for him. Nor their
fint World Series.
Mr. Mails caime up from Sacramento In midsummer and took
complete charge of theleague.
He pitcheddegbt an won eight axft.he joined the club and
wont 16 2/3 In As without being scored on, as the Indians turn-
ed back the B inthe Series.
Mr.-Mafls'h everything but em al stability. And when
Ty Cobb, the'managng the Detroit. Tigers, discovered this weak-
ness, he drove him out of the American League-using an acidu-
lous tongue rather thi..abat. "


' 9 6


COBB WAS HIS NEMESIS
Mr. Mails admIts now with tortumous reluctance, to be sure,
he might just possibly have been q dope, that if he had paid less
attention to COWb.and. his heckleran ahl more attention to the
batters, he would-have.-lasted longer. .
Cobb's favorite taunt was "rabbit ears'... "He gave me that
rabbit ears so mu'h I used to wake up In the middle of the night
fignting him. .. That, of course, was the best way to fight Cobb,
in your dreams."
In Justice to the genlleman, It must be stated his manager,
Tris Speaker, might have handled him with greater understand-
ing. After all, that la large part of a manager's job. Instead,
Sieaker rode him.. "If vun haven't got any more sense than to
li-ten to bench jockeys, you deseve,t-Q4e.'
"No, I an'4 wa:ryene o Wo t ri," objected Mr. MSaDs.
"I was dry Id the, ears. I. sW h1ave. been able to take
eare of myself, Treolb-wifth me, I a&f*Y wanted to flght But
fortunately I at r allWe. my tew i#s 4et the best of my dis-
cretion. That's why a ull a liM e aa."
But maki 'mo tae. the blgfs f eeMM pitah. A
unforgettaM geo W a 'A .hsi the 'Whte Sex Ila
late Septmber to is at btt elbe te- amt for the Indians.
In the trath qr eft tnin f4 the bases withae l
down. Somebow bi aptaged toL a uaer out of lifting hia.
Then he faased the aent three hitters-em 10 pitched balls. Buck
V weaver. Joe JaekMM and Eddie Collis. Collins got a fouL
A visit to the clibbuse was in orr for me.


Know 5a i WeA Malls aaito
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Kaline, Detroit 54 209 44 80
Kuenn, Detroit 48 185 27 83
Power, K. City 49 138 32 61
Lollar, Chleago 44 142 24 48
Vernon, Wash. 54 195 25 60


HOME RUNS


Snider, Dodgers .......
Campanella, Dodgers ...
Klussewsld, Redlegs .....
Maysa, Giants ..........
Mantle, Yankees ......
Zernial, Athletics ...


.383
.341
.324
.324


19
19
17
18
14
14


RUNS BATTED IN
-Snider, Dodgers ....... 60
Campanella, Dodgers .... 58
Ennis, Phillies .......... 44
Kaline, ers ........
KIuszews i, Rdlegs ,... 42
Mantle, Ya .kees ....... 42

Mantle, Yankees ......... 53
lteider, Dodgers ........ 52
Bruton, Bravs '..........49
Smith, Indians ........ 47'
Kaline, Tigers ........... 44
RITS

Aaron, Braves ........... 70
Mueller. Giants ......... 19
SmDth. indas .......... 67
CAmpaneIla, Dodgers ... 67
Snider, Dodgers ......... 67
Bruton, Brams ......... 67
PITCHING
(Based en 5 decisions)
Pitcher and Club W L Pet.
Jeffcoat, Cube .... 6 0 1.000
Labint. Dodgers ... 5 0 1.000
Newcombe. Dodgers10 1 909
Wynn, Indiana .... 8 1 .M89
Erskine, Dodgers .. 2 .00

41o.n The Fairwoys
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Wynn (A-I) and Hegas'
secondd Game)
New York 11001000-4 9 0
Cleveland 3O0040 t-A. 5& 1
Grim, Ford f(-3), ,trdilvant
and Berran :
Lemon (8-5); Garcta ad He-
gan
(Pirst Game) .
Wash. 000000006A-. 5 1
Chicago 100 000 OOZ..-1 4 0
Porterfield (7-7) and lltsOar.
Pierce (5-3) and Lollar.
(Second Game).
Wash. 00000 -11 0
Chicago 40700 8 2
Schmltz 4U9, h a &Oales,
Stone, Ramos and C"ay
Donovan (7-2) an oar;


The Pyualcl Education and
prtts D iet, and the
S o om-
ment Ctldn olon boxng
fans who attnded the program
at thMe fy tedium last
gnagI .t bostponed be-
cause o r9. after the curtain
rast:r badt co mpleted.
In thi fLiht berto Mu-
lo 11 anaalmously deod-
ml"ed 4 Saluasr, also 121-
snlnu mateh that sw both
Sboya tke ad deliver teal
blows _tt Murille was the
ore'elfetve, dropping his
oppon~f tlht counts In
Uthe frt a forth rounds.
The card, which featured a
battle between oltin' Joe Brown
and Nat "Kller" Jackson had
been sp ored by the physical
Eduaton ad ports Depart-
meat to aid in theconstruction
et children's playgrounds in
Panama.
In view of the fact that many
Colon fans who made the trip
to Panama last night will not
be- able to return ursday to
National Oymnasium where the
program, l reheduled, the De-
artmnt announced that rain
checks will be good for the ama-
teur baseball game between the
Panameran baseball cham-
pion of the Dominican Repub-
lic and th- Clon amateur stars
which finished second to Pana-
ma In the 195 Panama Amateur
championships.
Rain checks wil also be hon-
ored at the International ath-
sletI meetbqtwee a. Jamaican
team headed by Herb MeKen-
y and a Panamsa group trained
by Claytn Clarke.
The I 'aot4ties are coming
atttl"oeps at the Colon Sta-
dium htd tatoreted holders
of rae .eeen should contact
Colon tadhid manager Jorge
Grege, for further details.
In another statement the Phy-
sical Education and Sports De-
partment lauded the local press
and radio for their cooperation
in publiciing the program and
asked that all sports writers
and sportscaster's attend a meet-
ing at the Salon Estadio this
evening at 5 to exchange ideas
concerning the Children's Play-
grounds program.

TheHt Pradi


Br UNITED P1g5s
LEADING BATTERS
(Banedon 15 official at bats)
NATIONAL LEAGUE
Player and elub g ab r h Pet.
Ahburn, PhIla. 4S 165 33 58 .352
lus'ski, Cinci. 49 196 32 45 .332
Long, Pltts 471342644 .328
Snlder. Bklyn. 58 206 52 61 .325
Virdon St. L. 45 189 25 55 .325
AMERICAN LEAGUE


l ..-..43 13 .''
Chlbago ..... 24 2 ., 10i
New aork ...29 27 .518 14
Milwaukee ...28 2T J.5 14%
Phldelpha 3 0, .434 1
St. LouB .... 22 0 .4
Cincinnati ...1 29 .420 19
Pittsburgh ...18 37 37 U%
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TODAY'S 6 ,U
Milwaukee at Citisnasti (N)
Only gamne shedWled.
TESTERDATIS RESULTS
(First Game)
Milwaukeea.. 002U --^&-, 1
Pittsburgh o0 JS0 I-
pan .(41), Jo
and Crandall..
aw (2-1), Face and Peterson.

(Second Gaae) W
Milwh ke. 110.003 000-- 8 3
Pittsburgh 000 200 021-4 6 0
Buhl (3-4) and Rice.
Sufkont, (5-6), King, Wade
and Atwell.
W(irst Game) -
St. Louis 000 201 000-3 7 01
New York 010 300 40x-8 11 2
. Motord (1-1), LaPalme, Law-
rence, Schultz, Smith and Bur-
brink.
Antonell (6-7) and Katt, Wes-
trum.
(13 innings)
St. L. 101000 201000,1-- 10 2
N.Y. 410 0060000 000 0-4 11A 1
Haddix, Lawrence, LaPalme
(2-1) and Sarni.
Magie,, McCall, Grlusom (2-1)
and Weatril ct, Katt.
(First Game)
* 0ca0W 00 603000,-4 11 1
Brookn 100000 130-5 '8 2
Davis (4.2), Jeffcoat and Chl-
tl< 1
Newcombe" (10-1), Spooner,
Roebuck,. ughes a d Camps-
nehla. '
(Second Game)


Andre and Chtl.
Meyer, Labine (5-0) and Walk-
er, Campanell"a.
(First Game)
Cincinnati 100 21 012- 8 12 0
Phila. 1M4107 00X-12 7 1)
N (5 ack Fowler
and Burgeas.
2)uhaVAbickon, Simmont (3-
(Second Game)
Cincinnatti at Philadelphia
thecond' gamec alled in the
third hWn; because of rain
with Cincinnati leadIg 4r-.
S-- f .


(Second Gaome)
Baltimore 000 000 000-0 S 0
Kansas City O00 0OOx-4-- 8 2
SPalica -7). Schallock, Cole-
man and smith.
Ceccarelli (2-5) and W.
Shanta.
Boston at Detroit
(Postponed rain)

Chesterfeld Defeas

Panami Flve 777k

gtaet defea the Pana
fiveby the eee of
71 to 75 at the National Gyms-
nastu Saturday night.
The game was a thriller all
the way and was decided In
the last S seconds of play
when Chesterfield serd two
points on free throws the
result of a foul.


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r- ceives some instruction before starting a sparring sion during
e- hte preparation for his scheduled ten-roUtd' main bout against
ot Dan Caleagfio II next Sunday at the Colon Arena. This will be
&d CalcagnWo' first fight since returning from a ampa South
ed American rings that lasted eight years. THe progrb41 is being.
se promoted by the only ladypromoter on the Isthmus Mrs. Tula,
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be SAN FRANCISCO.- Itt a foul eonspiray agalst the fair
name of our city. A base lbel, a shabby,. $U tr0aehery which
ie could have originated otnly .ti al Ersternm mi YT didn't get
Ms it here. You brought It with you."
of I blinked at my visitor There had been many times in past
years I had found him difficult to rationalize. It was clear time
a hau made him .no less,an enigma.
. "I brought wht, here?"
el "That flu bug, or whatever it Is you are using as a snide
e. excuse not to participate In our social and cultural activities, the
a like of. which are unmatched any place else in Noth America.
d" Here, sign this."
It was a legal paper attesting I was a germ carrier who, due
t to negligence on the part of thq proper authorities, had been un-
n lawfully permitted, to enter the city.
S, "Now let me tell you What we are doing to sell baseball to
8 the kids of San Francisco the paying eutomers of tomorrow,
i the hard eoae 6f the game's future, the one absolute reaseon..."
is Walter (The Great) Ma4s, a friend of long standing, has al-.
f ways been something of a character, not so mueh by design as
,y by an innate bouyancy and a supreme, cheerful disregard for the
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Johnson needed only 16'7
tie Mathlas' record
when qam up to te 1
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le wOuld give him a ,new
world rec Ld. Although he had
never before ran the 1500-meter
,the better than 5:15, I0e 4ame
through with a tremendous ef-
fort o go a 5:1.4 time and set
S new ecathlon record.
The UCLA freshman started
blh victory streak Friday by
winning our of the flwt five
Sveetsi and setting a record total


& f 41 po t. for five events.
me swept to victory 'In the
/lw.meter in 165; the broad
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iches, the hih jump
Via, 8 fo 21/25 inches, ad&
ith"e 4o-meters .in .49.7. He
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shet put with a toen of 46 feW4
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wheatr.swept victory In
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S* 10 % Inches tod for At h loss, but they had to struggle
G r r a Cer a I po vat with 12 et. 8 % with Universal Sports right dowa
S I obs; and coched hs victory to the finish line before scoring
by testing theJavelln 193 feet, a close 63 to 59 victory. The win
10 8/25 Inches and winning the laced Natal Station In a first
--. J IA AA' 100 meter prle. lace tie with Gibraltar and
S:j dixl Le MY i-r -- ,.. these two' teams are scheduled
T S xe. Imth, Pa aen, Ca- to ,meet t in the. nightcap of
AAfli i. th, psan
,forniaunl*r llegme d W esdayw nigh. oule-.
... 2 d Ir Eri du -ra ce.. R ... ....R e d n the deathlon with header .'
Wril durance aace ao Hl, ithe
S a 0 son, unattached, gle Rock, leae'I core added 13. Hall'
cam' T *""a d Vllve Ale- 13 points were accumulated by
'By ROBIRT AnIER tion, I do not believe that the ander, unattached, University only one field goal, while he
S sporting test should, ipso facto, be of Aiza 4124. made 11 of 16 foul shote Hall'


race ofI VAn, its onor and hertof sport which lnterna on loop. arl Simon with 1
declared ted thp sports of war- require that points and Arnold Manning's 13

Sarday when a trade tra, "In addition, the sudden didoca. Lea ue Big Doubleheader Wednesday
dy klled 71 persons. The r ace tion of petators' cars from the Night
ground on yesteglday t l an Ashea' big parking lot would have caused .- Only three nights of play have
face-Brito won and said he was a traffic jam which would have passed in the Atlantic Basket.,
sorry beithd. prevented ambulances from get, W L Pet. GB ball League, but already the fans
ssil were 77pe 1ting throughh" he said. Toronto ..... 36 21 .21 can see that they are In for a
hospitals today, Sa ierof them not L'Aurore. Io;i th. speed o0 i Montreal .. ... .3 '2 .600 2 lO~jY.fought.190 race..Wednes.
expected to Survive injuries sao- tomobiles h'a ncreatd to .e Ha,.na.. .34 23 -5114 3 dayn l htathe rts gym
er ed IntO the crowd, no longer saffice." The e Columbus ... 25 30 .45510 and Sports wi l be fighting to
ite automobile elub w hIr0= -addedl giat companies e g .cb.ond ... 25 32 ASO ,11Stay In the Xa&P while the ma.
sponsors theannual "Prix '... drvers soWd donlder only Buffalo.. 21 S32 .3 .1 3
durance" (Prise of -Endurance) er men whobi reflexes are Syracuse .... 21 33 .30 is%
aid there will be no halt to the er. Pierre Levegh, whose car a- --
danual affair. e4 aito the crowd of Yp ESTERDAY'S RESULTS
T. dead were-mostly spectat- was 50. '
ors Owbre cut down a (.S: le off iclal'results:..ontreal 3 000 -7 6 0
or-f~e4 Saturday ,t.oo when 1 Hawth Mna Bueb, Britain ontreal 304 000 0- 6 0
the Mertedes dren Pi alftw Covered 4,1758i kiom. Syracuse 030 220 1- 12 1
Levegh of Franee hit an Ausa I, atan .average spee of 172.-I e (5 wnl By'$An _EARDON
HRal. and i sled Over theorae Uonet h -er.e p k ho._ Wojeye, Mckes (), rowni~ng 24 Z a Nla AR
exp l midair over th Collins, Briain, and W) and Teed; PE ten for A SeriPte
y unaeed spectatdrs, whoam Belgium, Aston-Martin 4,M0732 Oki (3), Johson (and autt. WP QUES : There is a man on
jeon atalng and drinking chain- meters, gig lI. 717W. -4ohnsonn. LP-BowningMR- second bae "wth two out. The
pape whTAe watchin. &. Claes and waters, Bel u,. Nelson, Teed, Johnson. batter singles to left field. The
Srae never s but uar, 3,90.6 5 o ql-eters vq -anmnerrIe for third base. T
the eCowd o 000o ad bon g A Buffalo 1000000001-43 sere ih d of him but
oh edra at bs 100 00000-1 4 he klksthe bell out of the
only a 50,000 spectators were Getmany, Porsche- baseman, I hnd pitcher
4 6 hand to watch the Jaguar meters averaging 1- k.72 kphl Bunning and Streul; Vabra- backing up the play cathes the
drve b Bii' M e Hawtor el. i liaim, Belgump n oa- --Ji oi.ln bant Is I hi tho tir
alog3 uya yestertd. Thy Porache ki lometers, aver- out? .
c'md wto oh staged t. cheer agnag W. Richmond 001 020 -. 4 0 Aa wer: No- Je dArd base
a w= Ho himself s id "It, 1 GI0kleMr aid lukan, Germ12y Haaa 120 010 x-4 1 0 ia must honl41 baIL
was moat tragic race of my Poersc m .kilometers, v.. .. V ... Q.A runner on third base
life; It could h aieen my great- agso II6. s a. Il" htVo L e '(5) and breau- k for home on a squeeze
." Wattngton; 14 Scantleb play. The catcher, eager to get
A pokf ot ^ to11. w O ffag- ()( -)and MSStv setdfor the, p s tfor ar
ofd b a. 1 7 wr WP-Ladera. LP-Habeglcht. HR onto the plate. better can't
wMch autIred the race, said the Wisdom and Pairmau. Brit- -Ippol-lt. bunt. The runner is tagged out.
oSdwin-questions: ain Bristl, 3,14.4 kilonters, av- I What do yo rule here?- George
securityy measures In eraging meters per hour. ,JJUU Wht do ou rule h re?
eaIutom es be strength- A. A balk by e pteber a

~two tie-f we A.T46pbalk bMases, but ochared wi th
.= n.s. tkPorsc. Ig.l.avor InEntri es_ t.S- MetaEn..p s wf
traY a naa. e *0N 4,ro e ,0SOS. .klometers, averaging, batter em irt he
e that spectators be 137. kpl. I-WAU E, Wis., Jane U -
gives better pot ectln. Bob Dkan SSander (UP)-An International flavor xas .
Charles Farux, director of the son, Brral -. .wOd a for the B.,0I Mf(.
ruce, hat came to him kilometer lerpe tmmtrxio.two
im s accident ~to 115.E l IlferO from tArg entina oand oe
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ler aleadk Gibraltar fivro .. .... 1 2
a r to 15 count. b ope ..,..... 1 0
A poderformance isn't un- Niceraher ......... 3 2 8
unaI with the diminutive Pow- -__ _
ser forward. Morria as been a 32 11 10 55
fi!rt-stringer with the CB var- Univem l Sports fg fi pf tp
ty quintet and can always be Mannlng .........4 5 413
rli pon to glveyou a stead- Simons, Carl ...... 7 0 2 13
Ily |o~prfornauane. DBut 7- Hall, John ......... 1 1 0 3
day ight Sam outdid him- Conover ........4 1 2 9
self with repeated faks that Moser............ 3 3 1
made older, more experienced Smith, GOU ........ 0 0 1 0
ball-players look bad and wan Blackburn ......... 2 0 1 4
more than instnunental In lead- Contantine ..... 1 0 1 2
hg Powell a to their first 1095 Hayes .......... 2 1 2 5
victory over the favorites for the 24 1114 50
sadon. Naval Station
Ramon Reyes, Paelfle Sider Hall, Jerry ........ 1 11 1 13
now playing for Powellsa added Ajeguas ............ 3 3 4 9
much Impe.us to th e owells Doran ........... 7 7 3 21
victory r places tht team on erben ............ 5 0 4 10
the "daanerou contender" list. Sobkowlak ......... 2 o 2 4
] ey scored 17 points and com- Noble ............. 3 o 0 6
e cbntroled the back- Pyle .............. 0 0 1 0
balds on rebounds. To mBrl- __--
ins was leading scorer for 01- 21 21 15 93
braltar, but probably more a-
mazing was the tlght defense _ .
put up by PoweUls. ~oel Gibson
was heldto a mere 8 poInts and
he was second hignest in the I I I l
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fveg ad a D.del
tr" at the "Juan Franco race T4DRA
track. 1-Portal .80, 17.
S 2-Golden Wdnder $.80, 8.
The daughter of Mirza U-T h e 3-Daniel $U.20.
Duchus Of Hoalmaun got s. decided- I One`'T g K W.6
lBetter ri on this occasion-I
.fr Co o leon RuiN than ashe FOURTH ACK
hall =cel her revioup tide Ir.Mlm $6.40, a.20.
out from the inept Jose Samale- --let $8.e0.
so. :aftede
Off fast, she was rate ule: $1..
l1 bag behindbti 90yinx -90 FIFT RACE
Royal untM twofurongs outuwherl1i--., Brook $16.60, .40.
ea's W ivet oe h bead an h1m.12-Orande Dome 1 "i.
ed n the pacesetter. The Coat-
es# totgod to the front in the last SIXTH RACE
.Mth and ~gradulUy daw u in". -A
the run to the wire under a &trd I-Choice Brknd $10.60. 4.40, 2 20.
drive. 2-Gonsaga $3.40, 2.20.
noTh fateriMn Barge Royal w 3--Paques $2.20.
nosed out in e final stride by
strong finishing Bradomin. Sugar- EVENTH RACE
plhm, the iabtuu choice we* aI 1-Nobbscook $4.30, 72. 6W.
up four anotur ingd "t o 2-Corofi no $430. 3.40.
back. D. Cuto and Goyonder, bad gLo Motrros $2.0.
trailers to the stretch, e aloe d Seed Double: $11.40.
with a rush to finish another two
lengths behind Sugarplum. Thie EIGHTH RACE
latter two were noses apart at
the apd. 1-Rodondta s$24.40, 7.40, 4.60.
'2-Don Jaime w$.20, 4.60.
Persian Countess returned $.- 3-Tlln TUIn $1.40.
40, $.540 and $.80 qkroua the Quldbla: $16j.
board. These odds, however, wet
small when compare toth$e 9 NINTH RACE
posted by Portal n the rd race 1-Consuee .40, 3.20, 2.20.
and the $24.40 returned by Redon 2-MaJest $. 0, 2.20.
dita in the eighth. Portal eombin- -Supersn $2.20.
ed with Golden Wender for a one- One-Two: $a2.
two that pid $302.0 tops for
tie weekend. TENTH RACE
Jockeys Guilermo Sanchez and 1I-Persian Countess $1.40, 5.40,
Manuel Ycasa were the day's 2.20.
saddle stars with three victories 2-Bradonmn $5.80, 4.80.
apiece. 8-Barge Royal *2.80.
The dividends: ELEVENTH RACE
YRST RACE 1--College Girl $3.20, 3 2 0.
1-Atom-O $2.80, 2.20. --Curaalefia $9.40, .230.
2-ZEaeandalo $2.20. 3-Moonshlber $2.20.


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OF THE NATIONAL LOTTERY OF BENEFICENCE;
PANAMA. RPLIC OF PANAUMA
iang Numbers in the Ordinary Drawing No. 1892, Sunday, June 12, 1955.
hole ticket has 44 peces divided In two sees 'A' I" of 22 pIece eash

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latest stream sunday
two Clo games rgoz
month' Rebel The wvt'a.
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Jim BRamion's onllrhtttr. _
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The Syracuse Chieo
their doubleheader, Wi
treal. 8-4 and -7to
second-place eyals Atwoe
back of the leaden. .
Southpaw Ja Wll I
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arded Buffalo, 14-1, but "
BRsons peted a 3-1. 1O- "
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Jim Bunming's four-hfmr.

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Van Johnson, In '
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Joad Ferrer, In
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WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP)-
oe investigators accused the
*my today ot failing down on the
S of protecting G's from "fly-

to curb *uch activities. |
A House armed services sub-
committee headed by Rep. F. Ed-
ward Hebert (D-La.) said its re-
commendations for protecting ser-
*ceman against careless agents
companies had bogged down
a Pentagon "paper war.
.As a result, Hebert said, the
Jlbcommittee will ask Congress to
lrce the military services to
ic'k down on such agents and
cmpanies. He said the situation
IpI particularly bad in Europe.
agentss must have Army appro-.
tal to sell life Insurance to GIs
S military posts. '
k re subcommittee said many
6rvicemen in Europe were being
ed life insurance for which they
by allotment from their pay-
ks. They dropped the insur-
e after a few months.
It said "the only beneficiaries
were the agent and the company"
cause the G's had not held the
es long enough to build up
Sjd extended insurance protection,
'ega surrender value or cash lean

S"These fly- by night salesmen
Slo don't know the Insurance busi-
s but are let loose with a lec-
a rate book and a handful
a pamphlets, are responsible for
t of misinformation," Hebert

'Thbe subcommittee recommended
egslation to:
;, Bar an agent until he has
a qualification test of at
one year in one of the states.
Require -that agents and con-
les selling Insurance on U. S.
tary posts be licensed by the
race department of the state
which the military post is 16.
Require that the terms of any
IU Insurance sold overseas be
erpreted according to the laws
,the state of which the GI s
'Then, a GI who buys insurance
m Iurope or any other place will
t least have the same protection
would have had if he were at
4lse, the subcommittee said.




SJidge's Bench

Hunting on the' Curundu il -
itary Reaervatlon brought a $1
(tne In Balboa Maglttes' Coirt
:'kiay for Isidro Herrera V. ag
t, Panamanian, who was fined
additional $10 for trespassing
i the military area.
Nlcomedes Oarcia, 32 Panama-
,nIn, was fined $10 for trespass-
'ng in the osame area.
..An American soldier, Harry
,. Adman, Jr., was fined $25 for
offering himself to another male
.r, an unnatural sex act.
4 'al of $10 was forfeited by
tgpflna Molina. age 24, Pan-
J nlan, when she failed to
wpear as promised to answer a
aahg~e of loitering around the
g* efic Service Center.
.JDuane Leland Bennett, 29, an
American, was fined $10 for
. =jng an automobile without
rtlnng It could be done
f desto de Oracia, age 33,
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voll Commissary and Paul
riguez, U., 37, paid the same
for the same offense. Both
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THIrTIZTH TEAR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, JUlM 1I


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CHCAGO, June 13-(UP)- after midnight, GM was hit .
Organized labor, spurred by b scattered walkouts across th
the signing of the Ford an5 tne country and picket lines lai
GM* wage plans, appeared were set up at at least eight
headed today for a concerted &-ants. .m
drive to nail down Its long- Company and union negotla- th
time dream of a guaranteed tors came to terms after a mqr- bu
annual wage in Industry this athon bargaining session which on
year. began Saturday. They had hoped ce
With the ink barely dry on to reach a final settlement be- ag
the agreement between Ford and fore the strike deadline, but hit to
GM and the CIO United Auto a snag over a pay increase for In
Workers, the CIO United Rubber skilled workers.p.
Workers served notice on the The new contract gave the
lubber industry it will seek a skilled workers an eight-cent he
guaranteed annual wage in neg- hourl y ay boost. su
otiatlons this summer. Like the Ford contract, the th
The union, which represents GM pact will run for three years. lei
more than 200,000 workers in 38 They are alike on all major Ou
states and Canada, said it would points. Un
spell out Its demands within The GM settlement came at
two weeks to one of the "Big the end of a 38-hour bargaining te
Four" of the Industry--Good- session and was signed at 4:30
rich, Firestone, Goodyear and a.m. ll
U.S. Rubber. The new GM contract follows D
The union refused to say closely the principle of the Ford
which company would' be ap- agreement, which provided: *
preached first. A guaranteed wage of 50 to 65 $
The United Auto Workers, per cent of normal take home
meanwhile, stepped up its drive pay for up to 26 weeks for work- T
to spread the guaranteed wage era who are laid off.
throughout the industry. An annual raise of 6 cents an i
The UAW announced Satur- hour, or a 21/2 per cent of base
day it would seek a guaran- pay, whichever is higher, each
teed wage for 58,000 employes year of ,the three-year contract. nu
ln 37 plants of the n a- Higher pensions which will
tionRl Harvester Co., and a- build up at the rate of $2.25 P
ko* .$ 1 workers In six In mountly retirement benefits P1
at. of the Alls Chalmers. for each year of seniority instead. P
a 4ui ndurCo. r of at the old rate of $1.75. ,
Actually, the three-year pacts An Improved cost-of-living es-
signed with Ford and GM Is not calator under which workers' w
a guaranteed "annual wage" pay will jum a penny an hour In
but a guaranteed "semi-annual every time the cost of living t
wage" goes up five-tenths of a cent in ta
It guarantees workers be- co olivg index. The o A
ratewas a penny increase 10r
teen 60 and 65 per cent o each Idx-tenths rise in the in-
their normal take-home pay dex C
during a half-yebr layoff. Better health insurance. in-
in actual practiceth3is isthe eluding worker's families in hos- ,
way It would work-the compa- pitili-tion contracts for the t
ny will pay workers an amount lfis tmaeb ,
o money which, when added to i Trtplem- he or holiday ay
atoe unemployment payments and a seventh ald holiday topa
will total 65 per cent o normal taken as a hal f-day on Chrit-
take-home pa;y for four weeks. a Eve an a half-day on Newist--"
.. mas tv and a half-day on New s
!Theeafter, the amount.will to- Year's Eve. I ,
"tal 60 per cent o f the take-home Negotatipnh moved swiftly
pay, up to a total of 26 weeks. t al Motors laid it
General MOtOr sai UA long*s-await new offer before
negotiators reached final a- the oa shortly before 4 p.m.
... ....... . ... h union shortly before 4 p.m f,
agreement early today on a new Satudy
attheam After a four-hour recess to
wage" plan as contained in fil
the Ford contract signed a f 1
week ago. .', te u
Both plans guaranteed work- ,,-, ..
ers between 60 and 65 per cent CAPETOWN, South Africa, n
of their normal take-home pay June 13 (UP)-Jochen Stubbs, a u
during 26 weeks of layoff. power plant worker, devised a 1
The OM contract also provid- payday airlift after he was at- w
ed for pension increases as big tacked and robbed of his week's d
as 28 per cent, Improved group ay WTile en route to his home f
insurance and medical programs 36 miles away from his job.
and other benefits. Stubbs got a carrier pigeon
SThe CIO Electrical Workers and took It to work with him ev-
Union, which has 35,000 GM em- ery payday. He hasn't lost pi-
ployes, announced simultaneous- geon or pay check since.
ly that it reached a similar con-
tract settlement with the com-
any. GM employes 350.000 hour-
y UAW members. |D R IV E IN
The settlement didn't come
soon enough to beat a mid-
night strike deadline. Shortly TO D A Y *


n. Saltonstall: Segregation Issue DOUBLE

ust Not Slow Military Reserve Plan

ORTHFIELD, Vt., June 13 veterans to fulfill their reserve
)-Sen. Leverett Saltonst a 11 olMgations under threat of court-
Mass.) said today nothing, not martial. There in nothing in the
a the segregation issue, should present law to compel reservists
allowed to block congressional to attend drill.
roval of President Eisenhow-1 Southern Democrats who previ.-
compulsory military reserve ously had been chief supporters |
1. ,of the reserve program blocked I
pltonstall, top ranking Republi- House passage after adoption of -j. el U
.on the Senate Armed Services the anti-segregation amendme n t IRELAND* MA
Imittee added his police to sponsored by Rep. Adam Clayton ,
Pe of the President, Senate Powell, Negro Democrat from
Soeratic Leader Lyndon B. New York. BESIDES
bson of Texas and other con- Powell has refused to back down
aMioal leaders trying to revive even though the President told a
program. news conference list week that The vioinlt
as administration bill, design. the segregation issue was "extra-
o beidl a-2,900,000-map ready neous" to the reserve bill. I ife of
Fme by IM1 was stalled in Congressional leaders now are
oose when Southern Demo-, pin ng their hopes of salvaging SAM
$ a tused to accept an amend- the program on a new Senate bm
I to bar aiganmnt of reserv- omitting the anti segregation pro- GARRET'T
We rsegate National Guard vision.
TIe key man In the congression- gunalinger!
a beliUeves more strongly al strategy is Chairman Richard
*s. worked harder than I iniB. Russell (D-Ga.) of the Senate I
of epal rights for every Armed SBrvices Committee. I
baltonstall told the'a BaMl has resisted suietions
class at Norwich UM- that e reserve bl be td to
e ii etendin le- draft.
I' bldiwevien more atrm- -has said hg h w d not .W
or MsnalB securMit d i l tin a MNate ,

m t ..cam .
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wonder the offer, the uilon mut ile tbs ompaan~s~- lud the
e company In'a session ich other memb Z 0ft ndst
eted all, ght. "Bi Three.".0tu17 er. The The i
The main negotiating -m rn- Chrysler coni rt runs out Aug.
Ittees reeeaged their ftalk .. m st
ree hours at 7:30 a.m. BUnday, The ulpn i expected to p.oP
it subcommittees kept working promise that er auto com- tin~
final details durig the W- panes and;p= e aCompaue en- ,Th
as. The main commtes met ter a 'pool ar nge t' to P put f
ain Sunday morning and then for a guaranteed wage pl or C
ok another break before go since they might be Unabee to u ationa
to an afternoon session at 2:3 finance such a program on an t v
m. Individual baisllke Ford and "redr
The agreement, coming on the General Motors. day,
eels of the Fod settlement, ai- The
red labor peace for another PC the
ree years for the two compan- became
s which turn out nearly three ally to
it of every four cars in the A0 ic I a He
united States. O Eldrill W celebra
It was expected to be the pat- ,terday.
rn also for the other automo- n a from
n Garter


C's Take For May,
3,153,626;

ranslis increase

A slight increase in both the
umber of commercial shIps and
government ships using the
mama Canal during the month
SMay as compared with the
previous month is shown in the
monthly statistics. on traffic.
There were 698 transit.
cean-going commercial vesse s
May and 24 by Government
assels, making a total of 722
ransits. This was 23 ships more

'9 ocean-going ships using ea
anal.
Tolls for the month ofMay
otaled 3.1S3.626. of which $73,-
45 was tolls credited for U. .L
government ships.
The total transit for the first
I months of the fiscal year,
however, showed a decrease in
;te number of U. 8. Govern-
nent ships using the Canal al-
tough there was a slight in-
rease In commercial traffic.
Tolls and tolls credits for the
first 11 months of the fiscal
ear totaled 32.,175,246 as cornm-
ared with 4,276,709 for the
first 11 months of the previous
Fiscal year.

The total number of com-
iercial and Government ships'
sing the canal during the first
1 months of the fiscal year
was 7609 as compared with 7884
luring the first 11 months of
fiscal year 1954.


A house-to-hopuse survey of
frequency snsitiveequipment
used In Canal Zone homes has
beea started In Oamboa in con-
nection witth te five-year proj-
ect for the conversion of elec-
tric current from 25 cycles to
60 cycles, it was announced to-
day at Balboa Heights.
The survey is being conducted
by a team of three electrical
engineers. The men assigned to
the survey are T. 8. MdKibbon,
Ralph Otten and Hubert Oken.
Residents are asked to cooper-
ate in the survey which Is an,
Important phase in the don-
version program.
The men making the survey
will present proper credentials
when they call at the various
homes In making the survey.
They will nspect and list all
freqmecy estve equipment
such Washing machn re-.
frigerators, deep freezers, clocks,
ironerS, record players, fans,
electric trains, hair' dryers,1
hobby shop machines, and air
conditioners.
When the survey has been
completed, eah householder will
be finished a duplicate copy
of his list After this It will be
the responsibility of each owner
to- give notice of any change of
the list, such as new equipment
obtained, any equipment sold
and to whom, or discarded, and
any change of address.
I uch- otitce must be given'
in writing to the Engineering
and C0istruction Director at
Balboa Heights.
This ulrement for furnish-
ing sup mental information is
Important to the owner because
of the necessity of ordering
conversion parts well in ad-
canes of the actual conversion.


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fniWlln, controllers of the
iliged -system. Mo n c k?
epec e to see a fresh
g .o S proposals to.
strike which' put Eden on
t bardl two weeks after he
e r, hit him person .
day. .
had to interrupt plans for
ting hls 56th birthday yes-
Today he was prevented
reee sig the Order of the I
, the highest decoration a
monarch can prsonually
t. Few commoners havea r


BELLA VISTA
LAST DAY! -.75 & .40
1:00.4: 30t.4:40, S'J, 9:. pJo.


A Cinemacope
Short!
"QUEEN ELIZABETH
RIRTHbAY PARADE"


OPEN ELLA VISTA


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He mwWOT sthe theft
i i vfqdn at .IL
d red P. Kl3ne. The
SpeUt larceny .

Navairo also hangedd with
tuning to. the Canal Zone
ite deportation.
*Bala. fixed fo him at $150
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BALBOA TIDES
TUESDAY, WHJE 14
HIGH LOW
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Band the faiththat

inhumanity's
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