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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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ycoli At Coco Solo
NavyW Air :ore Patrol Suad&
of the Cocoll and r0a Oe1antl ited its base to
on the West bank th U.S. N9val Staon, Coc SO
will be loft without aiM the U.S. Navl Station Tni-.
For agl statonias d.
when thetPanama This movement came about aft,
U case its opera- e a decio to place the Trini.
Cease opera- ad station in a partialmalteon-
said teday ,they did manoe tatus .
o operate these fa, There are now two a qsid-
ad no specific plans 6ns based at Ceo o1, an
dispson of the dron 45has mee. the re
buing. since M51 and 34 arrived this
a move marks the mnth.l
of the Oanal from Sqaiadron 34, commanded by
was a Canal town- a a
te tie itwas first Cm. Ra .ndl T. Boyd,amd wi
Sa 195 when it a complement of approlmatel
. to 9 hen i 200 rsanel, Is equ ped wit
over to theSyNav the PBM-Marnner pnes..
Sopenedin141. -----Squadron 45, commanded by
spokesman aid to- Cr. William J. Denholm and
y we reullyawar wth a complement of aporoxi
min wchhthe.res- lately 275 personnel, is equipped
e C .cll.-Rpdmin a- with the Navy's Pm. Mariners.
e4. with regard to
f commlsary facil- Both Squadrons are anti sub-
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emploes on the canal zone. minister Antoinf rPiey answered a Ksson.
Th s i the first time sine.
This is the first time since sive" today withI pled that Franc& will
ie comparatively new local o90 her iq good standing othe North Atlantic
Aornied that an attempt i Iatie.
,g mad' to coordinate their ac p
' tivies. A storm of controversy .. .. .. .iny gave this pledge ina sp prepared
flaredwhen 90? wa first or (NA Telephoto) very at the 10th anniversary meeting of the
emplo esof the Armed Ser FORKIGN MAT --The Big Four Foreign Minleters are shown prlbr to their meet- Nations.
ing in we B to discu01 the crn ig Four conference at Geneva. Left to right are: H* i..t
the liaison board will meet AntoSe of Frnce, V. M. )Holotov of- as a, Harold MaeMillan of Ureat Brit ,. and His appearance wWm awaited with eager i et.t.
to discuss matters of common in- John F er a f the U. ., world wondering how the Bg Four planned to c 1
tert to Cal local rter a well Russia's latestdiplomatic maneuver.
ashose who are military em- I r Soviet foreign minister Vyac laMMotov

.for either union requests Panama 1ne T I0 rHiKe KaRe h.ti C ssian peco ltefday.
ne-atnas with any'of the em- o 48-minute speecb he scolded the We
plo g agencies the board will be I arms, establishing military b f
ri ed to tlvote on the proposal
The dw ad t .3 0For FFree Home Leave Trave0InVg otherl"beligsr*t"
iThit wase rd. rai
will inno wey Impinge m hbe An Increase will be made soon produced at the June conference headquarters for the pursuit of He challenged the West to charge of "orgn
seperae jurisdictions which each in the existing rate allocated but most of these related to hobbles; make the next move in end- said:
local still maintains over its mem- Canal-employes and their fami- problems of the individual com- The unsatisfactory conduct of Ing the arms rae and urged a- "Within the
bers. lies 1 er travel on the Panam munities. some schoql children on Oatan dption.of .oviet Almament `sm
First meeting is slated for July Line under the free home leave _6e offices o the .rious school boses. W de o last
1 at the headquarters of1LO al 900 travel regulations. were conmw ;: m ."... ....
a .--- .held A uo weewmnt to this f. edy Pfoni oS
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Ano.e move
wmFOPe work wasc
I "visi OfIn
doIe ,ii.H "a cio repMse
i .. A laborer for a Zone centrac- diet.
Pol"e reported abriel D lez, tor lost his balance while work- ,
ae fie, a a "careless pedes. Ing onPier S at Rodman Yester- O Ha
ran" after he dashed across the day afternoon and fell off the ."1 .
idewain Gamb9a and into the per onto a wooden camel linthe T
de1of a car yesterdray'fternoon. wr 2 feet below. He suffered Sen t T
the chd received a po sible a skull fracture and other in- e t T i
M fracture as, a result of t -r uc For Twi w
-which occurred at 3: m. Te man, Leoor Abrego, SO,
loe i now Gn Gor gs a tI l was in the act of tightening a l rmer ec
rhre his condition 1s not casul- bolt on the side of the pier, wit- vis was sea
ered to be serious, nesses reported, when the years in thi
P ie .... ced wrench slipped, throwing him tilar on a
Police investigation dicsclosedoff balance and onto the camel during yeF
he cause ot the oapcdent was the floating on the surface of the sessions n, th
arelemoes .es.t th run- water. at Ancon.
er. Driver oft te e was aula Other injuries sustained in the Davis, kn,
D. Disaroe, an Aivg real- fal were liMtedtas a thampound Charles" wa
at of Gamboa who worfs to fracture of his right leg, pasl1- stealing a $
Oal's'Dredglg Division. ble fracture of, his e ght elbow Panamanlai
aaeAcoidelt oeeoudr on Gal- and several broken fines. co heart at
ird w4wy near me locd-rate Abrego, an emple o the Bil- 17,104
d f te Gamoa ommissar, den Corp., was given emergency Tehre go
-treatnMent at goygas hospital testified in.
i' dd traneferred to Santh To- defenhanth
T.as. not guilty.

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rs-- awboal I r ao--
une the ACanal Z .ctOr. n Ba
ooont o the ambo e oClub. 'Tv obl bif Ox vs pral boBalle
W,. p W int r.. re a l o-for th
Y1 a l pattetpte t t cUyto gt back where' they
01Drw. sa" Mid. an n a t o
in nb voice Wd morse Iy-;y aMd t*e.. Wo ya.l.tes Ire- a- land
ode, amateurs i variou have just rtid 'ftm oIfy. rop ,there
arts of wrld Aust a a rip wh** toBy
ed 1 000 nle and anmnt to, Mra. fal
A operaOon will ~ on par- half-wy -.aoud the world. chang In
able powr supplies,. ad wil be u-iratMottrt IMe bak = obOu
ontinuoup ite 4 p-m. June 25 or tlti VAVe. thtcmurt- inux of iM
o 4 P-. June so. SU i a I*O y m
0 Ploe E JyuneV. t. sUpds" They have
Al amlte are Invited to i rng y Medical teophere
art iaao ad PpInte- pssW ep'mknown fbr "When e
sted in aMa to we in- her many u and a population
.ted to attend y -the i:MO t oM I,
,Os ePone, she
MY Ballet Thotre -- t do- "
coming To Pdtwmo hs' Ina dos
*e V .Y. "leoweo- stt

ll be SreMn.ettbh for tw M.
ertonna.n.t. 2 MindI. 01100010 ...

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.Macayr. momp-
W. Roland and Wl-

to coordinate their
o ted by a recent
aonat l department
Otative Danie Bene-

ad Charles'
a Gamboa
O Years
convict James Z. Da-
tenced to serve two
e Gamboa Peniten-
eharge of robbery
iterday afternoon's
e U.S. District Court
own as "BIg Head
is found guilty of
0 wrist watch from
Swatchman reder
tthe Limits on Oct.
vernment witnesses
court yesterday. The
ad entered a plea of


f Enjoys

o Sydney


ys extensive voyage
to New Zealand.
toured the North
tree weeks and saw
Shot springs which
mark In the area.
they continued by
Ly has noticed many
her homeland. The
s was a tremsendOs
migrants, she in
lEuropean counMtr.
hewd change I




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The Goo _er t B .a &
final dlecii on thIem
to be eOarged r Panmi
transportation under
leave travel plans has not ben
reached, but that the new
rates will be effect t the
beginning of the new fiscal
year in July.
His announcement came fol-
lwing an Inquiry iade by Har-
ry Townaend, of the Pacific
Codnecl.
A number of items were in-





At TIro Crossn
A woman whose car landed on
the railroad tracks near the Tlv-
oi crosaig after she was In-
volved in an automobile accl-
dent, w"a found not guilty of
traffic violation. She was tried
this morning in Balboa Magla-
trate's Court.
Mrs. Crisula Kontarls, a
treek national, was charged
with failure to use caution be-
fore start her car.
Howverfudge R. Altman said
that according to Mrs Joan
Snow, the cotn nln witness,
the defendant never soppd her
car when she arrived at the n-
term ton stop ciarn
i fore, bhe t atM could
not be -charged with failure to
use caution In starting her car.
Mrs. 8now testified s-e saw
the defendant's er outing
through the intersection at a
rapid pace, without stoping,
and before she could apply her
brakes, the car collided. There
was no estimate made of the
damage to either vehicle. The
Jolt of the accident apparently
pushed Ms. Kontarls' car tu
te railroad tracks where it be-
came. stuck. A paaslng driver
ped get the car off the
In finding the defendant not
'glty, the Balboa Maistrate
'pointed out that in ardr to
start, you first have to tp-and
he felt there was ot fent
evidence to provee i charge.

Panama City Or
'Dies In Gaomboa;
Cause Unknown
A litie gir from Gambos died
*ossr from a



ga~tlyM dith
B r. =- .-"r


manner Mnch Boys 8tsI e
Civic Council meeting was han-
dled.
Attending yesterday's meeting
was Lieutenant Governor N. W.
Schul Jr.,.who was introduced
to the various representatives.
V. V. RedW of the Crist6bal-
Margat .o& uZ, announced
that elaborate. i ns are being
made for the Atlantic Side In-
dependence Day celebration this
year. He extended an Invitation
to both the Governor and Lieu-
tenant Governor to attend.
In reply to -an inquiry from
the Pacific Council on the pos-
sibility of obtaining funds to
move the Balboa High School
and Chil Zene Junior College
out atthe flight path Of Al-
brook Air Foe Base, the Gov-
ernor. isd Mat the problem
Will ba lvea further consider-
atlen.
He also aged to further study
on a elcng of present rules re-
quiring.e se of obsolete prop-
perty in l lots.
He e old system was
unsatisfactory but that it. may
be posslbl4 to arrange for the
sale of thl items individually or
In small lots at auction, rather
than estab.lshng, a-definite sale
price for each artilne.
Other topics of discussion at
the June conference Included:
The possibility of designating
certain street sections in Mar-
garits for plav areas in certain
hours of the day,
Equipping staff cars used -by
doctors with two-day radios:.
Service at the Dermatology
Clinic at Caco Solo Hospital,
Cuttlng of vegetation near
GamboT 1or mosquito control;
The control of deer o Ancon
HUI and the protection of flow-
er gardens from their depreda-
tion:
Changes at the Ancon Com-
missary;
Use of a shed at oGamboa as a


Latin American
School -rincipals
Aiding Registrants
Elem school principals at
La Bocea, PFra Santa C ruz
Chagres, and Rainbow City w
be on duty an June 27, M. and U
from 8 until 11:30 .m. to enroll
u wo vl be attendg these
school for first timewn the
new term opens July 5 ft b a
been announced by the ivisiou of
Schools.
ehdw atAbe office oftth
.. 06---Ad
d COOMAN we a


in&-

piee declined MAI in
fy h frt ALU8 at the end
of April tO $Lm at the end
of May. The market basket
price bhas been reduce $9.9S,
inee It was first priced by the
U.S.-rate Civic Councils in Oc-
tober 1958.

Strikes Break Out

Throughout France '
PARIS, June 22 (UP)- Strikes
blossoms across France to da y
and public service workers
threatened a general walkout JuI
ly 1.
Following a .pitched battle with
steel-helmeted Republican securi-
ty troops, metal workers at St.
Nazalres Penhoet shipyards, larg-
est in the natitd, wil vote today
on an accord .reached with man-
qgement on a pay raise.
At Naotes,-1,200 metal workers
walked *out In sympathy for the
St. NaXs&re workers. And 3,500
metdl woakers at the Sidelor fac-
tory at Home court, Alsace, also
dropped tier tools to back their
own demands.
A Sqcialls labor group, corn-
prising unions of postmen, cil
servants, public service workers
and tobacco: factory workers, an-
nound the government had
tailed to: meet its demands and
its members would walk out July
1. _


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itQ ar W l'ansenST'8{
udh NTO,-were vital. "a
e as a defense ai"
to a world thath

In the.present world, as long
as a general and controlled dts- sen. Habert
armament has not become a Minn.), MzmLember
reality, enne security can be fore elations
en ured only in the framework i attending the U.N.'s
of r nal agreements as pro- niversary meeting a an
vidsd.or in the United Nations er, saoid;
Charter," he said. "Moeltey' speech latoad
"To be efficient, such agree- that the Westff' o -ts
ments must include, in times of has been ueteffniw dL
peace, machinery for military that ]oM was i
cooperation designed to bring a- substance: 'on't
bout a collective reaction, should har hdrgs
an aggression occur.' Hum l dt
He said all collective securi- so lndicawd that
ty arrangements the League trade restrictlonS t e -
of Nations failed between Curtain countries are
1919 and 39 because mltary ing
cooperation was laseking., ritish reign
"! state it f ankly and blunt- old Ma an w
ly" he said. home last night, was *sianit
Then turning to NATO. he al toward the Soviet
said: H* sd Whad no
W"My country is not prepared c -to py it w a R n8TW
to abandon the security ensured a.. .
to it by the Atlantic orgEalna- On the her n l
tion foreln mai ster Pal
"My country does not regard sad Mpoto
it as unfair hat common de- was weopl.etel mw','i
tense arrangements be devised ferent.' .
amomn alles afd their Tple- "The tone was
mentation subjected to unani- was conciliatory
mous decision. said and how he
"It deems on the contrary that tainl worthy of amh-
such arrangements offer the tenton."
best guarantee for peace." Moletv, tIs nIis
Then, answering M olotoV's (Q< nWnMd em 4..O.
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TOO he* on isbst N f ,es fteed ei ela The Pdumaso As Ise ,er having said that o e 'i
eo .se ,oelved md ed ae handle d n e whear emaldental oeutlanI'ormuat" sysem o' e
government is "'sa esseatk N sot&"
MW deont be aspdit doesn't ^apr r011arg against me evi fores
27 1soa wtha-gagee inud. A the eedder.egid. a which threaten national seIiti
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ret up Se the len ess I~mied ofeamiele le nh, sad l oilvina l 6 l liberty" an d ett
on teMsbe.s b I held st ad sdel gmdeue. the FBI coule not surrenaer "c
hi. se sp, i, s 6 Spi w inus 0i dental informers."
Ston h upea60 11 l deNow, an "Informer" ba a m .,.
., gI i a conspiracy to learm what goe
OeCAL e0 ble propositions were offered to on in e lower political aph ore
enth so the workers to rebuild a nsA you snare out of 1e 9con-
e lr or his pion. Public appredation can sp1iracy or sim.aur reasons. l
t Threa t why he re- only be important to asoud vitw. At s particular moment this -
,, S son ast ohocal r. ntuer, euBYNUMeonvithal -----8.4 ,
hisjobasfPrincipal of the What is 9 1 i h prca unt e, system ise a toal '*v- -
Lae f boo," was heard over alon 900, oanl he as e a'yo s u e record snow thae
St tion last Thurs- lated by many dissatsfie des. oWe ntr Communist labor a pp


S. e I t o e ion fr mat ca me IIo m I ng"ott to t o W A
c mp - alleged sacrifi- payers across ost s the IsCgmus. at s inmi ort nqv, _ _
"j-l Mm .U h ,bas been made a High dues lack of aseussive anfo major uiteas *cra8s to uea*.
Df ri n and' oWI y b e ldeip tcisions utoe to -try. i ere 's no dout about o - t ais.t .a



St> thing thave baen igored. tias Amon the a drers, l abuse ofrd hLti xaeoaee to caoist th eao8n
fb the^uth an' tmreheathi the two in cards soi of Communist activists who nave n ti t i
S ntao th e ess ctien ountable gfor slipped, and will S ip Intor se s t
XP i~-' I idto r ol-.i.-time -to lthe di intx r tstmber shi not la bor organic satlon. e t hel yeo th' f biol anset or- h
',,,, ,.v f lU itt -/h a -man power now ', T us me jn aorgo I B eo i an. S. 4- g f a w fo r a ,t b ll y-
r;~Jnbou1 work) oY goo. ay f inow Thus.we crime lbof erW a Jay; e Ie as n to WtW, pr* U 't
to oON i e m al an
o tdil r to OWN- exi tingaton minitain at ma fino'.s

*' .*Hemhe deficiencies tha sve made it position a f j s thea al tC s W e F .e te St S a Tho
o ~p nr et we I m a n ut 's tiforced to expelU oa ilm tt
da sdah -tm~''tod thae hestrong and boas ourn d o a :st ,0a meet


lw e we as which the worker can la te cause wy were prCOAmA ha s-d b a iSen
frt t he Menot treaty. W hat then, is the t n ext- U But there ar- is Jany e m e h e l intb a year A many os laefItnh
bein to t w fear OrOus corrective measurs, e Por n- as practical rea s ** eth eelaboraneverfpamoat Of





,.. wotreg ble a t of the entire rs o la o h ofroB
of n oq "ohnt ameminis sayi Pardreme __ _b__lnmtat


e~r AMt rdodmetebeo Cr o temberd willst -. r al d nt Sa o .
et t r sa lle landma t esttings ois iwr it-ur p






d I.W. b stubborn for the most part. from informer;. ,a sro e tt o m ata aitt a
t Unw W Wier e O once reigned peace qmmad Aive ."".o rg b I the ^J'sai teea






eH_ eo it Il behooves the union to HOUSTON, Tex.-I nev had a is a very delay problem, sp- Wh .l to say that a .poor frst. tor f t mh"ye as era M
Sesedo fast sfolpigons srs the AFL of tr with jewls, for catory when he is shwg stff onare is wed up y & Mimum wges-got blocked of saving the people t Vmt.


1t m H ^n vrv BwIm u I Metcutters' outfit dM in the last Vrly obvious reasons, b there mor comparaigveca such as a out ve grand wd oy r e-- y e samec.iran oF mhe6 sio rsnt

t .. ^^. ^^ Il ti's, WW mu -r I edition of its magazine. ,i at yoong buy here n but Steve a wde vergolda frind. brat on a cti.odte, Steve s outevtm, rdoea^ton and Labor Com- RMBTGO-ROUN
StueItrn battle arra may have been lostbl to th a o is a friend mine, do belfee Steve knows no t the kid to scare hih with tt North caroln.
o n u sl Aday g group of Eh gathered to o me peat ffth of c t y goes oun ber hiond ot of a in Ho uston ow down reofoD normcern mong. Perkins Baui Or w HRa
6 .o ti reet an ex-coaldlggert e-un0on while .1 was bleeding ena' dy g than "eve .chap na med Bill The thing that fa. ates dut to:. South, a Brden s "On ae 15.18 -
been The crime-bgulster had ust ew T Chaanow teen Steve andarly Willie s that mesmerize ,e poo tomier soon ade i orease as
act fn a IM Iromo 1 rmed ineryshort 'space Of and cams away wsou vital infer. J o Burns, the man he app math fk^m Virmest tte e3







.thirty me fve-de time. term. Heoeposa fe mong te worm 'sh puts an to alot o. what he as he lurches into the r ofushed in the genst ny d te lis w rom be e o W
sed .crime wwhs e to jeweerse hse he keeps cre hows oiDn e papr, and pele the lhe syhop..The eitomrc's Souglas of Ielnis, but ir still eo of We e



,..oo.AlaneD the Dm.y npnh is6y n't ifthe oe nthey hft the dead when .etwalkt .throuhth.e ~sty.le inh the ..ouse an l wont reitt see nttqutie sthret
_____ fS information came fromueIt sand e, a n d > the heurings arewsupaerm ot ba es ome







Sor te m st to tM las t lin teve ows and doesn't door- t is.AGtt e oC sfat e 'ow Abe ae. l ,thin yar, engt i opet
t ill behooves the union HOUSTON, T-I never had a Is a v delicat e problem, pe- i ell ch is to say that i a oa. e tin er '
stolos the of truck withewelers for ca he s showing staff monaire is revved up to buymagegot bl s




r- t H etS"of ave be l"stt th' e wher is wt a we v sers l ag r bac t ertin-, datete-e l-eatbo. ane t L:bo, 3 o sai th loweo o plef o
il :er'd rin o the i-lath a obvious reasonsbt are for comparative purchase. such as bout ve grand woh of b th lTlsame ,. c eBaof
ebeestohaeIs a friend mineI I do believe that Steve knows ne'ot the kidr to Hare him w the ,roden eDf North Caro,.
tlistT a n abe yOfet h-mo rn imatd about h doibnoor. loinm wageswe d forth














be--_i e teurt syste mr s sppie sinall te 9tves al ritmiswh wlltiI s osrsthe re nTer Is. '-ts o ie thron preer -.ienyS i ho -999
Sa ea to aer d erdio on- t the ot ognh r .
oetan ex-coaldigger ex-unole hlenw d 'en ndl thing that fs scinatesa to thSouth, anrdo a
Ile aor, ex assistant elistrlt at- bere in Houston. 'Roberts, who knows everything about CousinSteven is a certh sogehear with some othereI odthe1 8



t y the name of Bill Keat-Sudd I get fascinated with aboutev rybody. The difference hypnotic quality which seems toer on-doesn't want t a
ing.ofhe crime-buster had just-Jew e. This Chazanow itype it between Steve and Willie is that mesmerize the poortustomer soon minimum wage increase has


served a five-day jate Ha ssi uque among the world's t aot of what he as he lurches into the door of ushedin the Senate by SPas ro rs
so called ree was ef Jewelers because e keepsrenows inte par, and ole the little shop. The ustomnexr'siouglas ofia, but wil b e o o of
in-ts0which isdon't breathe they hit the dead whon he wWals through the stymIedin the House and l th


to turnlast line- v ows and doesn'tdoor-it is just a matter ofl bowwnbe W4n awn this years ou o deat t
?.111 100111p- 1 s.muchheAI.s dead for. Thr.ubInt Bt the w a n
outrw.g e iw realizin_ that dames being long practice, jewelers learn t. o. te t.
oo .. y ch.meanws they like play on, conlritd thet onM.FA-burns to'nya ortaso
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bfde~eat of the move charged it would tie
ut b let the President' b hands.
Bd pe- Just befomje final vote the
&rejectedlSenate by a ,oice vote rejected a
substitute offered by Jenner.


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I Ftr LAT, MrS. OLGA ABIA8, receives Californla's American Legion Auiliary
e aretGr"ngulta" Kreger of Gamboa. She prsmted Mrs. Arias with
totalin hi dreds of dollars, raised by the women of the .Ameridan LegiQon Auxdiliary
jlifoTa. Thecks were given on the unit, and district leveL Thi money go to
polio undafttlo. .Through the 'Amer lean Legion Auxllary National Department, Pan;
osen-asu the country for their Pan-A merican study this year. Mr& Keger brought
r/la's "Uttle ambassador" hen collection of dolls same of which she: proposes to
either fund raisin project. WIer doll, Miss Panama, dressed in-a pollera, may be first
raffle which would also aid Mrs. Arias' Polio Fund Drive.


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WASH INGTON, une 23;-(P)
Rouse military leaders ham-
redout agreement with the
amjnls'trtion losay on a bill
to. rescue President nhower's
reseve plan without sacrificing
d tIt.. universal military tran-
In featuress
Sairman Carl Vinson (D-Ga.),
o o the HogUse Armed Services
CON.mtte said subcommittee
reserve legislation ap-
lined w e new measure by a
vot1e of 11 to 1. He predicted
the full committee will endorse
It next Tuesday.
The new bill also Is designed
to side-step the racial rights
fight which stalled the Presi-
dent'as original program. The
Huse hastily dropped the first
measure after amending it to
forbid segregation in the Na-
tionalGuatd, The new bill omits
any mention of the Guard.
There was still a big question
whether the strategy would suc-
ceed, however. Rep. Adam Clay-


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BONJOUR TRISTESSE-Francoise
SI)an
SINCERELY, WILLIS WAYDE-
John P. Marquand
SOMETHING OF VALUE-Robert
Ruark
THE GOOD SHEPHERD C. S.
Forester
THE VIEW FROM POMPEY'S
HEAD-Hamilton Basso
NO TIME FOR SERGEANTS -
Mac Hyman
AUNTIE MAME-Patrick Dennis
RUN SILENT, RUN DEEP'-
Commander Edward L. Beach
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ton Powell, Democratic Negro
congressman from New York
who, offered the original' anti-
segregation amendment, said he
also will fight the new bill.
The Powell amendment was
pushed through by ciVil rights
advocates and lawmakers oppos-
ed to a plan for permitting up
to 250.000 youths a year to vo'r
lunteer for six months military
training followed by .7/2 years
In the reserves.
As originally drafted by Vin-
son, the compromise eliminated
any suggestion of universal mi-
litary training to pacify these
congressmen. Defense officials
objected, .however, and the mea-
sure was redraftedt to permit up
to 250,000 youths under 18/2 to
enlist directly in the reserves.
They would be exempt from
the draft as long as. they kept
up their. ready reserve training
until age 28. The defense secre-
tary could lay down regulations
for such volunteers. Vinson said
the secretary would specify they
must take six months active
military training. The volunteers
then would transfer to the re-
serves for 6Y2 years.
The new bill, like the original
measure, also would provide
that;


K 1. Every man who entered ml-
;litary service since Juley 27, ISU,
must serve a combined total of
at least five years on active duty
and in the ready reserve. That
means a draftee would serve two
years on active duty, three years
In the ready reserve.
2. A ready reservist must at-
tend 48 drill periods and a 17-
day field training every year, or
a 30-day field training every
year. Correspondence c o u rs e s
could be substituted for drills.
3. Failure to keep up reserve
training would subject the man
to a 45-day recall to active duty
under penalty of court-martial.
4. The President could call one
million ready reserves into ac-
tion without prior approval o f


GIFT FROM THE SEA Anne Congress. Under present law, he
Morrow Lindbergh may sumon reserves only after
THE POWER OF POSITIVE Congress specifies how many.
'PHTNKING Norman Vincent
HOW "O LIVE 365 DAYS A YEAR Original Constitution
-John A. SCHINDLER,
GERTRUDE LAWRENCE AS BOSTON (UP) Massachu.
W &S. A. Richard Aldrich setts is the only state still governed
w JOHNNY CAN'T EAD under its original constitution.
Rudolf Fleseh More than 70 amendments have
A MAN CALLED PETER been made to the constitution, but
Catherine Marshall the general plan of government it
MEMORIES Ethel Barrymore initiated is still in operation.
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It is usually impossible for a
mother to choose the young men
her daughter dates.
Yet a lot of mothers, feeling that
they are better judges of character
than their daughters, do. try hard
to. manage a daughter's life.
One mother, frustrated by her
attempts to get her 17-year-old
daughter to like a young man the
mother regards as desirable in
every way, wants to know what
she can do to make her daughter
appreciate him.
My guess is that she can't do
anything. In the first place a girl
is likely to resent having her moth-
er try to interfere in her choice
of friends.
Is the second place, the fact
that a young man appeals to a
mature woman as being a "fine
young man" in no way indicates
that a young girl would judge him
in the same light.
In the third place, young people
in the same light.
In the third place, young people
have to learn about others through
experience-hard as that may- BI
for parents to accept.
Wants to Make Up Her Own Mind
No young girl with any spunk
and spirit is going to have her
mother decide for her who she
should like and who she shouldn't.
She wants to make up her own
mind. Of course, she is bound to
make some mistakes in her Judg-
ment of young men. But she will
learn from the mistakes-ore
than she would ever learn from
just having her mother decide for
her who she should date.
SThat is why "hands, off" Is the
best policy for the mother df a dat-
ing daughter. The mother may
know far more than the daughter
about sizing up other people. But
the daughter has to learn for her-
self.
And the heartening thing is that
the daughter who is made to feel
that her parents trust her judg-
ment isn't nearly as likely to makes
bad mistakes as is the girl whose
parents are sure that they always
know best.


wa -snte1c panMb u I me oudA
Bailey yesterday.
. Mrs. ilsl rac race
drive' David lpkely'tUAtet
Sunday and shot hi a pis-
tol given her by another man.
She admitted In court that she
set out deliberately to kill Blake-
ly.
She also admitted thatat the
time of the killing she was liv-
Ing with another man a busi-
nessman named Desmond Cus-
sens. The defense asked for a
verdict of manslaughter, but
Judge Cecl Havers ruled it was
a clear case of murder.
Mrs. Ellis has two children, a
10-year-old boy fathered by an
unidentified American Officer
who she says was killed before
he could .marry her, and a 2%
year-old girl born during her
marriage to a London dentist.


Lucky Club
BROOKLNE, Mass. -(UP)-
Larry Kilroy bought a lucky golf
elub at the municipal cotirse here.
Using the brand new wedge' on the
154-yard 17th bole, Kilroy lmmed
a shot that rolled long and true-
into the cup for a hole In one.


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It would have stated simply the
"dee inteest of the American
people .in the future status of na-
tionsn Eastern- Europe and Asia


&rtic Leades... L y n d o B. tunoer Communist control.
ia McCarthy also offered a much
fltr~thy, conceding he was milder substitute for his original
licked, finally tried to withdraw amendment. But he withdrew that
his resolution but he Wasblpcked in favor of the Jenner proposal
by -Se0. J. Willianm Falbright (D and it never came to a vote.
Ark.4, a long-time fje. McCarthy said he was "S u r-
On the subeqtuet showdown, priced, shocked and disappointed"
only Republicans William E. Jon- at Knowland's opposition.
nor, William Langer nd.- George
W. Ma -e voted with McCarthy. He said "it is not the position
MeCarthy's resolution w o u I d of the Republican Party to back.
have demanded that President El. track, whine and whimper when
senhower call off next month's Big it touches the hot stove of Con-
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Sl T.Junem 23 (UP) months and then be compelled
S Ie l aid yesterday to bow out under "special leave."
SMait .uafn D. Peron Indications Inside Argentina
with several Cabinet were conflicting as to Peron's
i Mistert ad other high offl- future, but' it was clear that
about Kovernmener affairs. some changes had been made.
p official announcement, For the (Irst time In many I
id op a nationwide 1Iook- years, Buenos Aires newspa-
ald that Peron spent a busy pers began to devote more
in conferring with For- space to news coverageathan I
MinIster Jeronuino Remori- to government reports.
teror Minister Angel Bor- Instead of the usual an-
Economic Affairs Minis- nouncements from Peronist or-,
SredQ Oomaez Morale3, and ganizatlon, the newspapers fill-
er of Eduostion Armando ed many more columns with
general foreign and domestic
P'ito, the announcement aaid, news. For the second btralght
conferred witn leaders of day, the newspapers said little
eral police, the General | or nothing about Peron.
Confederation, the prest- At the same time, the Peron-,
Sof the men's and women's Ist-dominated Congress was car-
r-onlat parties, the atinf pres- trying on Peron's .4tiuggle against
t o the Senate and numer- Ithe Roman Catholic Church. A
Sols other top figures of his re-'committee voted to impeach Su-,
gI e. I preme Court Justice Temana Co-
ThB Argentine 'adio's an- shares. He was one of the hun-1
So0acl.ement Indicating that Pe- i dreds of Catholics arrested June
i -*wa ca. tinig on government 112, following a mob attack Gn
Satyie a.s usual conflicted the metropolitan cathedral.
v i vfous reports originating work was resumed on a nuge'
de Argentina an' Indicat- memorial to Eva Peron and ob-'
',B Peron may be on his way servers were waiting to see what'
S ruling Argentina for ceremonies would be announced
r leiRp.:for July 16, the third anniver-
-n Montevideo, Uruguay. can- sary o her death.
Sa.Chargi 'Alfalres Fulgei:-
ChaKpontle Paid Argentina
being ruled by a milllaty LL. 0 Ric
m which, he predicted,
IsTransferred
ld demand Perot's rtslgna- Trnfre
h It Is apparent" Charpentleri
I d. "that fo the aio ',,nt t 0 Tam a Fla
11i=o i over and Peron Iso Tampa, Fla.
f, the country. leader any
;~ It Is a military regime. Lt. Comdr. Russell C. Rice, as-
uiet' Gen. Franklin Lucero." distant chief of the Industrial
.Crpentler told a T o r onto Division, has been transferred to
gspaper. Tampa. Florida, where he will
S '". e Imureaslon here Is not be resident Naval inspector of
a" t he will remain as figure- shipbuilding and naval material.
chief of the new govern- Accompanied by his family,
.ut, but that his resignation Rice will sail from Criatubal Ba-
'Jbe in asked for," Charpen- turday aboard the U. S. Aimy
S aid. Transport General Rose. He has
harpenUter's taeement wa teen on duty with the Industrial
the latest of a number of un- Division since August 1953.
confirmed reports that l.*.cepo. Rice will be succeeded by;
who officially is Argentlne ar- Commander N. R. Fuller, who.
minister, has displaced Pe- arrived on the Isthmus Satur.
as Argentina's strong man day aboard the U. 8. Army
S a result of last week's revolt. Transport Henry Gibbons from
A a small report, circulating in Guam where be had been sta.
S flantago. Chile, said Pe.r'on toned for the past two years
Wid be allowed to retain the as planning officer for the U.S.
title of presidenL for about six Naval Ship Repair Facilities.
_Fuller received his engineer-
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Sat i I University. During the lat
IIiUl l I world war he was stationed at
h __$CUSe the Charleston Navy Shipyard,
N ,D.Uaf Fort Huenema in California.
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to Pnama and are residing- tiol actress whe cntatly seeks a love t ohat ses
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MiN R OTA ABEGA, right, enjoyeMr ederA i -in Maw- onlctio me sn other arts f ta.an
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n h land at Love Field, Dallas, Texa, wth M. grejon. e cnemhere tograher Jack f. Ms was caompo, aed
a~hen route to the United Nates tenth anniversary meeting by te note y em Italan com e fae bene.
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las for danes, swimming Chares artied, eft, pres d other Mr. Cranid gham Honors Wive.' Club to raise of Hadryo; the pinfo best. m enu went
SAways G-- A t a cocktail anteted Tu dinner Taing part in the play will be Guests for the party were mm-
Sin.. r J wt'btheld ein at a despedida danceoom o Hotel _Mth e Pan Amerion Playhous "The aroo At antic side Newcom-



ls Jason At HoUme' nig ine th patit of Hotel El Pana- Ei Panama Tuesday night Mis roup under thet dirtection of Fredar' Club. Also Miss anielle
TN a mD.l es and Mr brg ma. The aouse is :30 p.m. and To ie WindruSa, who ft yes J Berest who diieCtd the local Geph sister f the bride-to-be,
MOne the ftirt gathering y o ss. the Isthmu, the home- the Daanal Zoer i nti Saturday night." The play isted the hostess in servia n
students and debutantes wi take he young ladies will da their T e farewell party was giveembers of the rot are Robert -the bride a
ae this evening awt the Capotiest even g gowns for the orma or the departinga resident by J Me bminger, to reorgia McGinn Co r thepeub Fethe best. menu went
etre home of te Consurmal Gen presentation ceremonies that wllep Cunnngham, manager o Edith Stab, m obert Beecher, on Colrs. a Mrs Whitas n.
ral o Swede ad Mrs. Carl Axel rt o the evenings festivity the hotel or a g roup of Miss Win- Griffiths, Don Musselman Nancy The f o th aty wClub me
lJannW. Clarence Martin an hs che-drum's frhe casino room of Htelthe Pan A m Bingham anyhose ats the Atlantic side ewcom-g
Their daughter, Miss Brittmari tra will alternate with La onor was recently assorted with the mes Givens. the ocalGersh sister of the bride-s. Ruthbe,
Jan who stepped of her ship Matancer for the gladhnd citday office e of the hotel and Tickets marine on sale at the UO-and Miss Ad
last ght, is letting it be known a. resigned to aept employmenter vice assisted the. hostess in serving.
iends, beginvening at 8:30 pm will be gen unday intake er home. Post Exchange, and the Canal Club Fetes
lBritmarie h as just graduated eremo seph Cunning, mager EdCommissaries. Ti eeher also may A trs. litis
from twe Acade my of St. ar Ael thSe ds Enter evening esty, the hotleft the Isthmus yesterday be purciffithase, D on Musselmnor Nancy of thedu Woma
bath'in arenoristown, JMar Le anateover adrumT friends. m. a .m. theatmsider every thngeam, anl at the play.ommunity Building


She brought home : *nw.isiegustr wll alteratwt. Schfl -orwsen Rtht aeservations a7f-ea made byad i MdsLuiW y h
JMiss Mon, hoAdele Wa of Morris-i T GoMtncerdr of the gCadhand o pe i B Zono ias Leave calling Navy tr ssNavy 3773at t
townhat wil besit or se all Brigadier General ot the vent, ite y-Forewspaper in Nassau, ere gbs te or on a Boca Road, the Ary bemy
friends, begin ningt 8 pe gst even a thy. nos daughter ayake herwill homdepart thilice rice, PExchan ama 36206 bethe Canal


FBrittmal Dances just Gulick aduated onorg Colel H. W. afternoon from Tocumen Airport 200 p.missares. andTickets also mayp.m.
from the Acadremy of St. Elza Je*losE ntertain S he leftn the sthmsir yesterday the purchased at t door of the.
beth' n orrist alwdaen, utfatGevernor tat 5 p a. er termtalan -hea tereivru.u mstluel.




has bt eiC Mrr ngedt|aturday a r b atsa ts tfr gen ts of.M IIs WInr mr. 'A t' Cast Bn a an at t
She broughtoer .* array Cody, A d. A aReservat honoring tha ast the Yes, our magnificent menu
Miss Mry Adee Wst,. f Morris he _t a overr of the ana Zon, Youn teyns Leave '" ccent and cocktail on-the-house atvy 3773





AsAtlIB Sihsol. e ttinegles ilt trained during their 5 week eisit On B waA enjoyed vn Tues-
twn, whCommanwilldant, Cols John J. Merr.and A Wn Goulet of t t he Zone after an absence or Navy 3765. at the homeof Capty be S IAY
s, id Mrs. Davi w be Sout Bendests for Ind. h ave announced pareight years. Elizabeth Rind obtMrs. a B Tubycalling Miss May A-
ts for e affair to which a teim at e Got M aureen Sarah Ann Wagner,Ill daughter ot ii th Naval District Reservation. PA-between -
ber of young ladit Ges from Cris- Elizabeth, onor June 13. and Mrs. Walter Wagner of 2.00m and 500





tobal and Colon have been iRevit- Word of the arrival of the little Balboa and Harry (Spike) Cody, Miss Gerspack Entertained by;
d r wa re ived by Mrstd AC oJr. wZo accompany Mrs. Rigby to Miss Marene Gerspach, who is are a at7l treat for $225
r -uas ere etsply by oulet of Anon, h er paternal he States or a return to vacation on the to be married to Mr. Marvin Azrra at the ora
phn t oMrs. lena Dur. es- grandmother. Kalr Farmso returning in time Bro nekty honoringwas the cast the Y e, our magnifict" to ent certain!
A l e T r a i l they have been ote oofot in production r ent and cocktail on-the-house at- 3:30 p.m.
l no rIB mht..oget he wmny s tamed dur ing Ftoir T5 -wee Onfa"n wa h ene ho .



Commandant, C. John .Mr. ,and Mr. A. Wr Goas oa to he Zone after an abessence e nd tast rehoe u-of an ld N
fi* Hd Mrse Dacevs w ll b e South Bend, werd., have announce t- et earsOn Youthan" rs sophisti i ran wit h
numberAo y un iclalef C s-l h1on Juney13. and Mrs. Walter agrof ... ....




oa veg guerite Aumann Allan, New York ated comedy by Samson apha- thefreonto It hld ht
t n olon'hav etheyen i rlt .wasoreceived byMrs.a A.eW.Balboa and Harry (Spike) Co dy, M iss Ger odack Entertained rAaockt- l p






Theac C to welcome debutantes publicist and writer, and Mr. Mei on, wfll open tonit at Cum- carentionsg The reins of whit.
tdodet ofs Aee en, DI er. pat .Jr. will accompany Mrs. Rigby Mis aeten ..... Grs.ach, who is area- ealtreatfor$2.2 B.5!uc
Gboo ts are asked to reply by thoirthofaaugherpaur thee Sates for a vacation on .the;tobeu married toMr.Maitrta Azs oa at the orga,
pwhbe oM. lhome fromDu, presi- granamoer. mng s Hall on the 15tur Naval Dis- satin ribbon bor s the naoest o A erkeby Hotel
deg of the Inter-American Wornee A a co .i povnd ra trictaReseraton sho. ThJoIE a ihonorsath Wndnher iaef
dl..lub, CrisOb 173, orftohMlstMr-gmeritenAllanfor the fall term of school. of honor at a kitchen shower given. 11:30 am. 3:30 pm.
-o d schfeld, Co- Entertained In El Vale. 'Accent On Youth' Opens Saturday in Margarita by r a.
WIo]n d. Among other weekend guests of This Evening For John L. Sugear. iece ... ...
-[Mr. and Mrs. Jorge Arias a91their Th.Ngt m .. TR ,small ceramic replica of an old
'Wb a MHoune' Dance El Valle home were Miss M a t- "Accent On Youth," a *ophisti- fashioned horse and surrey with
= venings guerite Aumann Allan, Noew York rated comedy by Samson Rapha- the fringe on top. It held w h ; I e liM
* *Waee to welcome debutantespubliciat and writer, a n d Mr. elson, will open tonight at Cum- carnations., The reins of w h it- A ....e.. Hote
lep,'-planned for Sathday eve- At a cocktail party given during trict Reservation. The curti will Miss Gerspach and her fiance.
i. iss


invites you to

WELCOME HOME the DEBUTANTES

at what will be
the outstanding social event of the year

THE DEBUTANTES' BALL

THIS SATURDAY NIGHT

from 8:30 p.m. in the patio

most terrific orchestra
in Latin America ,\ IIII 6.


* LA SONORA MATANCERA

with singer CELIA CRUZ

and CAITO-LAITO-YEYITO


and our own popular


* CLARENCE MARTIN and his ORCHESTRA
continuous dancing.eontinueus fun!
raerve your table now to be In on it!
(In ease of rain by I p.m., danoe Will be, held Sunday)


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Brpriz farewrty gl Gmat enh by Mr. and
twinlt AJ eitgen,t Virginia t tl
BTo Welome Ca nel, ChIch Mrs. Ruseli.dE. Otsrhitder andt
KentlGrtre.drert, Marie Lock and Mrs. Rubeq h n ertw
a G.Torrt, Dana H on at the Ro rtsonh ome in qw
BI A. dluth Kqptobalre
A.Iuth Kqn. Mr.b ir-leaspy t leave ,
&W I*e ma A. Quintero M a J in OnA Kri' 5
Brit %H M, CoL and Mrs. WB ald t. M. states' Saturday
us, Jeie Jamessop and Mary E. wv* to Calfornia from Nw
Balbo, sr h3a-, n s nd York.
t... ^ ..,A Universal automatic perculat.I
or was presented to them from
Surprise Party I Gamboa. those who attended the party.
To welcome Canal Zoners re.- Friends who attended were Lt.
cently returned from the service and Mr. Eugene Shipity, Sgt. and
and to celebrate the birthday of, Mrs. Charles Fears, St and Mrs.
Bill Hidalgo,' a surprise, swimmingECharles Smith, Sgt. nad Mrs. Wil.
party was held at the home o1liaUm Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Del.
Mr. and Mrs. 3. Hidalgo of t he Waddel, Miss Ruby Kreuger, Mr.
Gamboa Signal Station. IEdward Aanstoo, Mr. Ray Dnma-
-- ne, and Mr. Wayne Momquest.
Bataldens Spend ,__
Week At Panamoute
Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Batalden!
and their little daughter, Call, of
Balboa Heights, have *een spend.
ing a week as guests at the anna-
monte Inn. Mr. Batalden is an L VERBLOOM
enthusiastic photographer and was
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RETIREMENT, LIFE
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JIM RIDGE

Phone Panama 2-055M


HARNETT & DUNN
/BALLROOM DANCE UDIO
HOTEL IL PANAMA. SUI I I I
I t 1,0 p.m.-Adulth. Pr-teen"
b Toemgers. By ppointment onl"y.
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Phone 2-2451 2-2562

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Riding 0 Jumpingt d1 deilv
S 5 pn.m. -Pholne 30279
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Traverse CurtainL
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' Productosdi Modera, S.A.
Central, Ave. (between lKodak
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nwa--hta wort-at tIdvs
SloU Olbh eof Jul) Ave. No. tAS.
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Ne 12 Tfl Awvene
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(Aex nM An Pet OfficeI


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MemesI elasIes a Tsp. Aeribllte
1. Claytme: %m amd Th esday
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IkIDAY, JUNE -27th


LIBRERIA PRECIADO
I lBtgt No. 1
MORRISON
4e Of julyr Ae. & .
POTO DOMY
Jftl Arni... Ave .md N &S


FOR SALE
Household


SELLING OUT: Sewing me-
chine, vauum sweeper, Ironr.
Simmons chair, miscollesMus
tables. ckin,s cr een. blinds,
tools. 0818 Plank St.. hlbeo.
FOR SALE: 7-feet Weitng.-

defrster n cluded. S75. Phone
2-3450. 151C AkeeSt.. llba.
FOR SALE:-Onara ln md con-
dition washing machine four
green porch shades wooden side-
board. Telephone alboa 3025.
FOR SALE-2 strand Rattan Da-
venport and chain. Qtn. 362 1.
Fort Clayton.
FOR SALE:--One double maho-
gamy Desk. Telephone Bal. 2-
2745. Building 810, Balboa
Read.
FOR SALE:--Laving PaMnrM.
Five two bedroom furtnished t-
talds a Santa OGlar Beash. Ideal
for Organisation or business. ail-
bon 2-3050.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:-Dog Cocker spanel fe-
male, light brbwn small. Call
13-2125 House daytime 1$5-
4152. Reward. Lost at SAS mar-
ket. F. L. Corn.

France Sticks
(Continued from Page 1)
longed the United States ant
other western powers "to.
make-the next move"In end-
ing the arms race.
Le proposed that a world con-
fternce -be called within the
next year to discuss the reduce
tion of armaments and bahnlng
of atomic and hmydiogen weapl
On,. ,
Molbtov s der the, time Is
1ipe" to step up efforts toward
agreement on basic cold war


LOURDES PHARMACY

CASA ZALDO
-cmtu Ava .0
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
MN. L Maer r.


FOR SALE
Automobiles


FOR SALE:-1950 Jeep "Lend
Rover," perfect rumins cendi-
tion. Can be soon et "Le Mo-
domer" r ases Station en 50tb
Street, loNe Vilsta.


FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
Deluxe, Sed tires. od condi-
tion. Priced to sell. Phone 16-
3191 or 6-7115.
FOR SALE OR TRADE:- 1953
M.G. ID. Convertible. good
condition. GOmbo 6-446 week-
days ofter 3:30 p.m.
FOR SALE:-1947 Buick Super
4-deeor Sodn. new upholstery,
god ires, for $250. Duty paid.
Cell Smoet & Hunncult, S.A.,
Phone 100 Calon.
FOR SALI:-1954 Buick Rad-
master Riviers, 8500 miles
power steering, power brakes,
electric window and smt, twin
turbine, dynflew, radio, healer.
E-Z eye ima, white well., beck
up Ights, windshield washed
and custom trim. 86-3115.
FOR SALE:-'49 Ford, vry good
condition, nly 29,000 m. radio-
eat cover $500 or best offer.
Call Albrook 16-2166. Ask for
"Gene."
FOR SALE:- 1953 Hillman
Minx, excellent c on di n.
$950.00. Cal C.o Sole 617.
FOR SALE:-1937 Ford-Motor
2 yean ld, cheap transportation.
3011 Plank St. Ialbea.
FOR SALE:-1954 Chevrolt
Toder Sedan. Low mileage. lt
excellnt edition. Telephone
aIboa 4171.
, FOR SALE:--Opel automobile
1952, perfect condition. Hotel
El Panama, garage. Mr. Villareal.
Tel.' 3-1660.


SIFOR SALE-Horses for riding
and oihrel use. Caitile A. P.-
rras. Panaia, Tel.: OfficI 3.
641 Roo;d n.e: 3-0434.
FOqR SALE:--1954 Mercury Sta-
it Wafp, S1955 Ford f mor, y
Vol AIP 1M. *,&&A


SAn'ovexow dowd in San e2-5P.
r rancAcoiOpa-Wouse @d the ,
D U.M, de2gans riKterlp d T
with applause.
The first burst of clapping
came when Molotov said Lhe
great powers "should agree to IHed s Ill |
renounce the use of atomic and1 i V A
hydrogen weapons and to out- Iperalors
law these weapons completely." O e a
He was applauded again when .
he urged adoption of the "basic Positions for 19 towing loco-
proposals", for disarmament o- motive operators and seven ma-
fered by thp Soviet, -Unmoh M9iy Crnsta aon 9 one-year tempo-
10 .. r rary basis are presently availa-
ble with the Panamn Canal
SIn his propoei for a world Loe .Division, according to the
Conference "not later than the list of vacancies contained in
first half of 195.' Molotov the transfer vacancy bulletin
said the Soviet Union suggested issued this week by the Person-
that "the armed forees of oth- nel Bureau.


er states be set at a level con-
siderably below that of the
five permamaent members of
the Security Council."
These five are 'he United
States, United Kingdom France,
Russia and China.
"The Soviet government has
met the western powers hallway
on the question of atomic weap-
ons," Molotov said. "It is up to
the other powers to make the
next move.'
Molotov followed Ambassador
Carlos Romulo of The Philip-
pines to the flag-decked ros-
trum. Romulo, who ad promis-
ed to "beat Molotov to the
punch" in the call for peace,
urged that the U.N. adopt a
statement of "rededication" In
which all members would reaf-
firm that they stand for peace.
Molotov reiterated Soviet op-
position to "new military blocs
and alliances' in Europe, the
Near and Middle East and Asia
where "propaganda for a new
war ... has of late developed

THOR
WASHING MACHINES
Parts Sales Service
Maebleria CASA SPARTO11I


FOR 'ALlm-'miikngern mAU




Fll, ..a ,


FOU SALI :-.4lesr puppies .6,
weks. eId,5.00, 10.00, 15.00.
dllan. Phone 5-18811 House 114.
ttu.n. i + .


FOR SALEI-Baby Orchids, Cr-.
faee, Sonqg..h delivered any-
where U.S.,. Panamsei and Can*l
t*mn AlMe Hdspital, Bllirthday
.*uquets. Phone Panama 3-
0771; Crietobal 3-1033.


FOR SALE:-hlco air condi-
tiloid equipment, 3/4 capacity.
Cheap. Coll 2-2814 or 2-1558.


St. Lucian Issues


*1 -


Appal On hakulf

Of Fire Victhns
A St. Ltclan resident of R a n.
bbw City today issued an appeal
fer. aid in behalf of the 2000 vic-
tims of a recent fire in Soufriere,
8t. Lucia, B.W.t.
In .making the appeal, Joseph V.
Innocent said a committee headed
by Oiney Edmunds, president of
the St. Lucian Society of Colon,
and assisted by Nbrman C. Brown,
president of the British West In-
dian Welfare Assn. will lead the
Atlantic side drive to collect cloth-
ing and contribution for the Sou-
friere fire victims.


The
ma w
paign
Inni


The temporary locomotive op- ce,
erat6rs will be hired to replace .m9
the regular employes who will lsthm
be transferred to the Atlantic Societ
Side for preliminary work In at the
preparation for anti for work on tween
the regular Atlantic Locks over- "
haul which is scheduled to take
place from January to May 1956. ,
Of the 20 other positions pres- Bi
ently available with the Canal .
organization, 14 are in the clas- e,
sifled and related group and six
are in the craft group. The po- As
sitions may be filled by transfer ,
of eligible employes and applica-
tions should be transmitted to
the Employment and Utilization
Division. .
Vacancies in the following I
types of work are listed In the
classified and related group: ad-
measurer trainee, clerk-typist, M
commissary checker, civil engi-
neer. electrical engineer, me-
chanical engineer, guard, posi-
tLon classifier, secretary, steward
trainee, supervisory clerk and
supervisory storekeeper.
Positions open in the craft
group include: armature winder.
towboat master, lock operator
wireman, plant electrician and
plumber. 1


Central 26-.79. Into ominous propaganda for
Tel. 2-4591. precisely an atomic war."
. Molotov spelled out a sev.n-
point program for the easing
of world tension:
FoR LSAK, Refrigerators, 1. Implementation of the
Admiral. brand a3w. five General Assembly's vweUll-known
ea warranty. down I resolution on the termination of
ears warranty, no down war propagaDda in all coun-
payment, $12.50 month. I ea..
Mnobleria CASA SPARTON 2. "Agreement among, the great
ntral 2.6-9 I powers to dismantle military
bases in foreign terrttorler...
"D.evelopment of the peace-
ful uses of atomic energy and
FB A6=: large-scale industrial, scientific
S.se od en ad technical assistance to unr-
Obs stoves. Modern-Maid, I developed countries .
brand new. one year gur- 4. "Agreement between Ihe
atee, n6 down payment. U.SR the U.SA. Britan and
11.00 month. IFrance on the withdrawal of
UMableia CASBA SWATON their force. from Germany with
Central 2 -. he exception of local police
& "S et ennt of outstanding
Mar Eastern problems in accord-
.a"e wit hOe priciples of sov-
me i-O W J saty ad tarttorial Integri-
&S l "Ramml of any discrimi-
kirSS&^S M o- ect dBl nonomic co-
--k. e national
.. . .i, international
__'-.+:A.d I ,...,2=2


St. Lucian Society of Pana-
ill lead the Pacific side cam'-
, Innocent said.
ocent added that he will re-
contributions at his home at
Rainbow City Heights. The
ian Friendly I Benevolent
ty also will receive donations
e office on Seventh St. be-
Central and Melendez Ave-


MAKE EXTRA MONEY
a rsh profits Full or Spare
I Perona Chdimu cards 25
for 1II5 Named hmprinted
sampl- freeo
bo beautiful box amoritments
Write nir mall
phers Card Co., 75 W ureon SL
Buffalo, N.Y.


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No. J-16 8.


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apartlet. Prm Av 23.
Tel.: 3-1177 or 2-0710.'


'FOR RENT i-C plfty fwr-
nithed sad ind doodot 3 bed-
room paritelnt. I art 2 coupless
43rd St. No. 27,'HeNa Vista.


FOR RENT:--O-n bedroom
apartment li mslked SOtfb rt
,No. 50. Apply upsmior.


FOR .RENT.:--Furmti4 prt.
meant $50.00. North Airloa
neighbqrs,, frequent rMan ta-
tion. Call: 3-0471.


FOR SALE
Real Estate
WE BUY, Sell end Meom Rtlk
Cathedral P ,.'nimnre. Tele-
'phone .0 .-1.3 ,' ., .
FOR .SAM ivlAgiw mvs(t -holot. Can be s n Uumulmy
Street No. 2-4, Poneo. 3-
3452.,
FOR SALE:--lnmical the-
bedroom house in Los Cumbres.
For infermeti cell. 2.0610.
FOR SALI"-33 hectares of land
with river, fruit, trees. Losa Gulie
ptrovincE of Ctle. Tel. 3.2934,
Cristobal.
FOR SAI.E-At Cam Campana
2 bedroom khwe, ptiou porch.,
500 coffee trees. Phone 87-3114
Clayton, during office hours.

Help Wanted
WANID :-Experienced nurse-
maid for child 21/2 yers. Must
sleep in. No. 1864 Tivoll Ave..
Apt. 12.
WANTED:--Experienced leun-
dress end ceek. No. 1864 Tivoli
Ave., Apt. 12.
WANTED:- Maid-cook, clean,
care for four small children. Six
daoys a wek. Bring refterencle
5437-S Endicott St., Diable.


WANTIDI-La m u ndress and
Nwemid. Appy after 6 p.m.
Ark Bld, Stk st. apt. 6.


.ONG GRAY LINE SHOWS

WEST POINT FR M INSIDE


7U i ri' maonoa p~ m *u
famous cadet chapel ca We seen
Columbia Pictures spectacular 36
LONG GRAY.LIN," starring T]
O'Hara in Cinemascope and color
red are Robert Fancist, Doald.
Palmer and Phil Carey.
ing the bundint, no
been made to tfl. the Interior,
ers took advantage of "othumbl_
make the government's fir.t ll
For tn dau rn a
learns during Maa
ed by "a = .en-tNck
doanes of MblMi
byve a iijg~~lH g


C eooe ,.ub sea. efrigors.

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Theet.. So" 172.

LESSONS
MODERN CREATIVE DANCL '
Interesting ohMllmging dre-
mtme*. Closes -f6w teen-aersn
and young ad"it. .Feor foerms-
tion cell: Jean loest. Paneme
3-3608.
SUMMER VACATION SPECIAL!
For pr teosna' end teen.gers.
SReistr~tlon for bellmnem dance
elaw wllrhbe June 25th at '10:00
a.m. .-IWbe YMCA end 1:00
p.m. Pesnoe Hotel Studio,
I1-Va hiurs loib. *nd free
dance. Ibook -, for $10.00.-
HARNETT? -DYN."
LISSON.-Wht impression do
you ctstr Standla IfIent of a
full-lekith mirfer and ive your-
sef ft o to tog hOnet apa -
prmir.llf you 7 i. M, lp to i-
peev yur hody' *li'_mi=` t *ad '
I Pe*uro, telfc*- LI- Seats,
,, 3 3-o3 z7.


Are ye a TWG (Tired Work-
ti Girl? Jein a clii' it Lelon
+ ,agot.....a n em a v a.I .,
l,. CtiMes are ihld five days a
iwik. Call anama 3-0327 for
Ifla nation. f.


LESSONSia-S- you're V a new bs-
by and you need mule ton-
.i0. CAmult y- oewst HE

allignneot and exercise. Tele-
phone anama 3-0327.
LESSON-J,'n In tih '"fl
WhWkr? Lln Sers"' clAes in
El Congreje, Telephone Panama
3-0327.
LESSON-Moem e Ja piano
taught. Play in les than a yea.
Jazs pieist. Ze Bennett.. Tel.
L2-1282+ 1n S

Immimlgration Cops

Grab Fench Star

At Paris Airport


PARIS, June 23-IUP'-Immi-
gration police grabbed French
screen star Daniel Gelin at the
gangway of a plane bound for
New York last night and told
him he could not make the trip.
Gelin has been ordered to stay
on French territory at the re-
quest of the income tax depart-
ment, informed sources explain-
ed later.
The star of the film "Edouard


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The service for the laying of the
cornerstone for t h e episcopal
Church of St. Mirgaret Marger-
to, now under construction wlUlbe
held' Sunday lbt 3 n.m
,Ihe" order of service It as fol-
lows: .
The invocation wilt be given by
the RBy. Milton A. Cookson, pas-
tor, Collectst he Ven. Ueinue B.
Shirley, Archdeacon of Panama;
address, Bishop R. Heber Gooden;
leveling of the cornerstone, Dis-
trict Grand iLoge; adrdess Right.
Worshipful Clarence.L. JOhnson,
District Grand Master; anthem:
"The Lords ?Prayr,," Abon Sead
Temple Chanters; 'benediction,
Bishop GooddIh.
The general public is invited Iq
be present and to tike part In.the
service.
%ihe Distri Grand dpe Will
mkruh from the South Marigar1
School to the site of the building


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et Caroline" was believed plian-
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of the United States. The Frenoh
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Scout News

Girl Scout leaders on th;Matft
of -the two Brownie Dayeeanp
are receiving training W, ujloal
training sesaons Wth wbek..

Leadership training fOYWmOw-
Wne "Camp Merry-Daya. was
held at the Ft. Claytor 100uth
Canter yesterday June 22, Lead-
ers In Brownie "Camp.-t. Ou-
lick" are taking a training
course at 'Ft. Oullck today'
Atlantic aide Brownies-ua re r
minded that registration' .o
their camp closes tomorrow. Reg-
istrations should be turn d in
to Brownie troop leaders. No
Brownie camp registiatiofs-will
be accepted after tomorrow.
S r-q.Falth Brundage a 3dMr.
Ruth'Redmond are tne directors
of "Camp Ft. Gulick'; Mrs. Nan-
cy Peterson and Mrs,' Viginia
Coffin are the direetos. of
"Camp Merry-Days/' ;

Anniversary ToLe
Observed Sunda4y
At Bethel Misien

dpy Schadi n Pkr jflwMg ,
a program Sumdmy in. bbI w
of Jtlb axuvermary and. 't' .C(I-
dre's-Day. 19-
.The program will e4onait of
songs' and recitations. A special
feature is a pageant entited, "The
Church and Her Children."
Representatives of other l local
churches will also take.part..


Ava Gardner barefoot most of time. .,1

'THE BAREFOOT CONTEStS
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What may easily be the most intriguing movie tItle of
the year "The Barefoot Contessa' is an accurate dOe-
cription of Its heroine, a cab4aet dancer out of the aluMa
of Madrid who rises to di2y heights as an internattIal
film star. The lady who likes to go barefoot is played by
Ava 0 rdner. .
A AS o commas" which at
the CENTRAL Theatre. The eture was nim .
lor on i6ation In Italy, and iss adn"' hig1h-pawr
Bdco-stars are Humphrey ogart, mond o rien, M hI S
ooting Valenttin Cortema an A Raino Bra -.
A., as the slum girl who' riUn through vMarious trata
o ncuing m.o strd ..to become the btre of
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Of Mass hodus
SPONTELANDOLFO, taly;" une
23 UP) The citizems of this
V 1WSouthern Italian rural village were
i- -b- in a they today over reports that
Everybody in town, plus the degs
uand cats, were to be h ldped .to
Waterbury, Conn.
Lo ew1 be The Broadway The story started in a newsipa- ,
a eld~ 'l s, i qe o' ao n per in a nearby town which report,
t alTroad t e n re s ed that the population of Pontelane
by od et Producer Gan t Gal dollt--5,8 men, women and chi. -
ser,-- ha snbewr fVic is to dren-had applied for visas to go
orthat bWa tinue using recording to the United States to IlJvt In
tht co osers nue usint record T Waterbury. Even the dogs a nd
wilompl ean his next effort Tat cats, the newspaper said, would
wn m adattion of An/and go.
Losa' The Great Caresse," and This town has close ties with
Gather has siged Leo y Ander Waterbury since 15l000 former res-
to sgt that ode to music. And one Idents of Pontelanolfo have gone
of the mit in "Seventh Heaven,"
eo Clay, has recorded his obert Clary aul Whiteman to Ame a in recent years, most
first Album of sO gs for Epic. of them to Waterbury.
first bum of songs for EpAbout 400 present residents here
,w. tally have applied for visa.
SIY a're fussy about your re.- wort our spis-Anle Cordy on actuaWhenly thave applied fory cam is back to
words here are some tips on the Angel asa collection of French this town, the people began to be-
care a feeding of your pre lous songs you may not understand, but lieve it and they got all mixed
disks, Wt come from Ell Ober- will love called "Bonbon, Oara up." Deputy Mayor Antonio B
tela, president of Allegro-Royale. mels;,,Monica Lewis on "Fools said
.eRush In" (Jubilee) sings ballads; "The, nxt thing we heard was
V TOPPERS Burl Ives (Decca) sings of "The talk that Sie gnor Luce Ambassa-
Wild Side of Life; Epic has issued dor Clare Boothe Luece was fixin
Steve Allen ("Tonight" NBC-. 'The Best of Fred Astaire;" ons up a boat for everyone t o sa
'TV): This is the do.it-yourself EmbARCY, Dinah Washington sings away to Waterbury."
age. When your wife wants to run For Those In Love;" Bi aley "'Obviously, the signora is too
bot and spend money on some- and his Comets (Decca, give out busy to arrange a boat for every-
thing, you men should do-it your- with his exciting "Shake, Rattle one," Boccac cno said in squelch- HE DOESN'T SEEM TO LIKE C
scIt. YOU run out and spend the and Rob." in. #the story. Shiners have a herd of camels th
money. Ope ras and operahghtghts---a We love America," he on- boys and girls, but thelad with tea
Recording of G ounod' s "Mireille," eluded. "but we also love our lit- late it. The yowling passenges b d with tea
made at the Featival of Aix-en tle P, otelandolfo." lavint e a backload of younstenrs
Always wash your hands with Provence in '54, has been issued t i a backed of younste
soap id iter before handling by Angel. This lovely, melodic,
record, kei thesm t albumsmor Ystic opera features Jmette V IWRONG PLACE
p.. er jackers when sot in use; valda ad Nicolal Geddar .RCA.
siLte tbeMin aa dry awaY bas put the highlights of Verdi's HARRINGTON, Me. (UP) -
from airMcal bea or let s "A Masked Ball." featuring Mar. Firemen carefully carried the fur-
ligh. ..I. In Anderson, Zlnka Mllanov and nature from Warrin Eaton's burn-
atterlstill, never play them n Pere n one record HMVing armhouse andstred t in UNITED FRUIT
all. has Rossini's "La Cenerentola." barn. Then sparks from the house
l theopera based on the Cinderella set the barn on fire and destroyed
Paul Whiteman is outo to e- story. it along with the furniture.




albu lonu Wtt the .P
bark on Vsev re No. 3675 (give or .
take a few thousand) in his long
career. He will be permanent MC New Orleans Service
on the band alow which will take
over for Jackie Gleamn during theI
summer vo CBS-TVl .i "S.S. "M TANRA" ..............
Pope"b" as the greatAaNo i snD af S.S. 1OE AS"R .............
sometimes called, is also making S.. "AGERSBOG" .........

svoltes, kethe Turkey.Trot and S.S."LEMPA." .................
Charleston, plus on new dance. "Handing Refrigerated Chille
Jukin'," which heFl introduce on Accepting General Cargo For:
the TV show. EAST COAST AND GULF PORTS U. S. A. New York Service
Whiteman is proul E the dance -e _________rkeric
album it Astaire, who Sailings: Every Fifteen Days for:
knows ittle something abo4t.
dancing.. Houston and New Orleans s s "PARISMINA" .........
These wo projects are enough toa .S. 'FRA BERLANGA" ........
Siare Poas talking about music I n.5. B "MATAURA" .............
If W tU a (proufes onaoy, otpS.S. "SAN JOSE"............
5~ eg a t Saillag,- Every Ten Days fog: TA N"......
PWSlCp be,. e e .of es. N New York Philadelphia Baltimore S.S."'IL A".................
sic.. 0 t-l-usfd-to-be beo y s. (Gulf Vessgels call at VERACMUS and TAMPICO
"suptio is just as good," he ays, (MBXICO) every weeks) Weekly sailings of twelve p
and records re better. Men liOe ALSO York, New Orleans, los A
Perey ai$-and Mantovant playork, New Orleans, os An
the dmeie ofd of stuff I used to Monthly sailings.from BALBOA to CENTRAL and Seat
paair butdihe sound on records to-
day4 i6t a~derful it makes for AMERICAN PORTS and U. S. WEST
b re ftipolsothinks alet to- COAST PORTS. Special round trip fares fr
day '-leetvy bit as gop, vo- Monthly sailings from BALBOA York, Los Angeles, San F
cal' 40 fr vocal cord, as It's &I T o
w Te to BUENAVENTURA, MANTA and GUAYAQUIL To New York ...........
"soteiUes, though," be say. B A To Los Angeles and San Fr
"it comaeas p too fast and you get
pwollen Iad trouble. Actually, tal- APPLY: To Seattlq ............
ent sould tome up slower. It
takes. a ,-hile to develop. I re- Wilf6rd & McKay, Inc. TELEPHON
memzbqr .en Bling Crosby was t
Just starting with me, he was one M sniw didlr. Cristobal, C. Z. CRISTOBAL 2121 0
of *te am oys, there was a /ELTHON ACRISTOBAL: 98 170 253
time ,L, ou't give him away., C
"@se'I .t a elegram rom a "
a4tet.a4 *ere gol toa play. it-
was 4-Nw T.rk Paramount, I
l k .aln ma ger setthis tele.
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bow 'il'have four E GE
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amye Wednier i it makes your- cri TO WETrei E TCOAST OF
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new esWors this w k" t .,.- Im6n, Puerto Cortes. ....

ne#, Colnmbia; "Experince Un-a WEST COAST OF SOUTI AJI
maceas) (sarah Vaug h N, MS.. 8ANTA BARBARA" .. $'ah

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pdaul s an Ford, Capitol,.. CENTRAL AF
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1 i'I. blt Wav I "*ty 6"
Ike Eats Barbecued Chicken _-s
HAdtey was itrgood thi ,.,
To Begin New England Tour "-
n it was a nice tume to thin p
marriage and she -said, '
RUTLAND, Vt., June 23 (UP)-!learn from their cultures, as they auoen uave you saved?'
President Eisenhower warned the may learn from ours." "Well, he looked' a little Blt
nation yesterday it -must no sac- He began his speech by saying sheepish and didn't want to Col-
rifice principle for "mere expedi-.he came to New England for a fess, but after a whie said S.r
ency" in seeking world ptace, bit of "self-education." One of the "hne said, 'That's near enough,
and called for application of the things he wanted to leArn, he said,'Johna.
i'gojden rule" to international re- was where President Calvin Cool-1 I '*
nations. idge '"got a certain skill that I Oc apmiealas : *.-rf-"
The President began a six-day have not acquired"-how to avoid' LOUISVILL, Ky -(UP;-a
tour of New England by eating: making speeches. lice found oodstal
Barbecued chicken and drinking He .brought laughter from the .,aged hole in the glass
milk from a carton at a hueI crowd when he told his audience through which thieves 6.?
dairy festival at the Rutland fafr. about a "lesson in romance" he trance to a furniture "ari -ei.
grounds. .I had received from Sherman Ad- Missing were about $1,000 MfroTl*
Then he gave an impromptu ams his executive assistant andisafetand a first aid kit.
speech In which he told a joke former governor of Now Hamp-.
about romance in Vermont ad e mi t w
advice on how the nation can get couple that were going to g et
Along with the rest of the world.I
"I know that Americans every-! '
where are the same, in their long-'
Ing for peace, a peace that is cha-.
racterixed by justice, by con sid er- UI' .0
ation for others, by decency above 11 9 5 ,
all, by Its insistence on respect .I ..
for the individual human being as
a child of his God, he said. ..
He was presented a fishing rod
he plans to use during his tour of
New England and a brown Swiss
heifer for his Gettysburg, Pa.,
farm.
He thanked the 25,000 Vermont-
ers crowded around him for their
M, Wis., courtesy and generosity and told v byldcapis ce*,
or little them that-because his new dow a..ble "ce e hy
appre- came from what was once Ethan Royal Pudding. So ligh, cdga.I
,9 from Allen's farm he might call her 200 eimi in sleo creamy and defefous ,
"Mrs. Ethan Allen.' Ssui e ng'srichin feed energy
In a more serious vein, t he SMo" ,a ,,sh alh vilem Wenyou shop-ask for
President advised all Americans ee* Pdwllg Telesle e *
to stand behind'a foreign policy id in.
of patient firmness, "so that our A
ns may stay home" and so that
N| e nations assets can be devoted
to peaceful pursuits rather than Its as, E J\
guns and planes. t LnEWYORKI
.We covet nothing," he s a i d. SNiTlLSWA ff
"We merely want to live in peace Cable Address
with all the world, to trade with' Ca bi. : MTNZarr
them, to commune with them, to
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|yly G E STERLINII
uly 4

uly 1I COLON, R. P.
uly 19
Ao Gives thanks to the Public in general for the great response which
lives the sale at fantastically reduced prices has received and announces mean-
tobal while that it has been decided to continue this extraordinary sale until
the end of the month.

uly 9 PRICES FANTASTICALLY REDUCED!
uly 11
uly 1 COMPI ETE SUPPLY OF ACCESSORIES FOR AUTOS,
TRUCKS. STATION WAGONS IN ALL MODELS
New BEARINGS, PISTON, CARBURETORS, OIL & PISTON RINGS, SPRINGS,
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c HOSES, RADIATORS. CONNECTING RODS, HYDRAULIC BRAKE PARTS.
SHOCK ABSORBERS, CAR ORNAMENTS, etc.
ew 4ALL WITH A 50 TO 75% DISCOUNT
tie.
00 DISCOUNT of 50% on PARTS SOLD IN LOTS, FOR
00 CHEVROLET BUSSES OF 1938 to 1941 "
10 Black & Decker Electric Machines:

BEFORE NOW
Portable Paint Compresor. ................... 120.00 50.00
SSaws ...................................... 130.00 50.00
ixy Grinders ................................... 50.00 20.00
Drills, Large . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0.00 20.00
Sanders for Autos ... . ..................... . 112.50 40.00
Hydraulic Jacks 2 tons ....................... 147.00 0.00

Mechanical Tools:
Pliers Reamers
Screwdrivers Hammers

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E LARGE SUPPLY OF TUBES
Sizes 18 to 20 ............................ 4.00
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Fourth Of ily Leader Ories ''l Knock Out Mrdcno

Usually Wins Penna-t Vee On Cash September, ys Moore
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S NEW YORK, June 23 (UP) hoo_ &.m. -- UP
crce todyothoei n b ooklynD The d..s sad Oriolnight's,.Eye)o-o(
cracker today for thoe oomn gB oiIY d have settled the trade inielder cro I "I believe
because they now are certain to be,in first place on Billy Cox almost upset by, quit- k out arcno when .
the Fourth of July, the datewhich mer s an even-m tre a a n .-- JOE W ILLIAM S ;. ,
tual pennant according to tradition. terday, the orioles ive cleve- San ue e w no belted out a Wi
tU dennan ^w-land an undlelose m of middleweiht cham ion arl ' .
hadeiounn iiout nIthe hits for his eighth victory andlayd awn u u .ot. ar sum of -el
iln isn't even the ht or his eighth victory y place of Cox. The rest SAN FRANCISCO. This was one time an Incredible rmor (Bobo the third nd I
trad-- tts- ta lineup, but i t Mickey Mantle hit another r of the deal remains as it was proved correct People were sayingar there w fasso t uh peronas- at the Polo'Orounds last nght.C BOkB n F OI n
haBs pretty. gbattlcg aver- Homer In the Yankee tr u tmt Cleveland etw outfielder .ck Fleck. Millions of TV viewers had h seen and heard wo added, "I know It sounds as If .S betnAe) u r..-.
, on teams winning the pen- but runner-up ~i g and rd Gene Woodling. altimore get Sarxsen, serving as commentators r congratulate Den Hogan on irm talking big. But arye aTotn-hsa de 0*. 1--r eWdd _wo0
it after being on July 4, so place Cleveland kept pace with outfitelders Dave Pope and Wally winning his fifth National Open, unprecedented, 4 hours earlier, lot of d amihte left I didn useCel l int
tt houd be of some sinit-. shutout wins Westlake.. Joe Day, executive secretary of the USGA, hdd appeared in last i P . -
e toDodger fans who may Chicago oped Wah dispute was settled yes- the press room, proudly holding a golf ball alofttat bal Hogan That the et- Broo 100010 7 nA
Shave doubts about their he- 3-0 on a fou-itter b terday when lub of ficis met had ostensibly made history with-and announced that the anwith Chicago
*Donovan. It ta1qDono .& with ba&4all commilss oer Ford eniual champion had donated the tiny white Apher toGlf little mustach0o Meyer Hughu4 u k (- *o-7u 10
ince 100 teams in first p"lae errrti Win, pretty o t g Ne Yrk. Eardir yes- House, the association's museum of cherished bric-abrac. an d goat1 *e anda nWker. -. .t...
y in the National LeA i t who never ajos terday Woodli threatened to Nevertheless, the Imptualble rumor persisted that an un- l challenge t ad M.
Ryeeon to wi the p ena o n90adfour he orig dalwas call- known pro from a plebelanrtuny course In Davenport, Iowa, had B r Marclano s gh, Chte l. Brew0'- p)rhh et1.
so m5s Ad lost out ,0 ter. Yea th mao over doff and he had to' 6 back to dropped out of the clouds to tie the famous Hogan at the end tle at Yankee
at could there be one bad s ha n gton.a or altn -aore of 72 holes, and that there was to be a playoff at the local Olym- lam, Sept. a .... yn ...........
n 1er wil hed.toywin thesiPe ..- on EarlyvWynds a ix-hitimr e Nlate signinds. The Bravesp pc Club. seeLmed nearn-t i ierf. 09 10
isDo gersh0n Ery yn'lev de WSel some late signkel. The Br es pW e, you know bow some people are. They wle believe any- certain today Ci 100 N ( 1 g
ei t1 o wirn the. h mounted for d a ort tig. o at 2 Sunday afternoon thousa nds of gllibles showed ae
Z iewsth l, a otsweo tallies with double. It was farm club at Beaumont, Texs. a st satisfy their curiosity-and darned if the fanatic rumor e t cone erI. aaita roob'' 4an 2or 08th -'- rra
the playod is ninth victory -and thi len h ard tal d i ch didn't prove to be so. Yes, Virginia, there Is a Jack Fleck. I ed a.p.p are (ntlygh Lanae
% TheDodgersassuredrs ry he mTho "Tut repaor t inowhsSh s hold t ehut.teame wpasttwoye.Andtodayhe Is the now in o ol rlltofgol-...4tl, thin, swarthy, ..... ..0d the(
selves of tthe lead othebllout in negai team th at two years black-haired man of 32, friendlyand mild of manner, who had fight.I (N 1 i ip 0hio 00000103 0.
S yesterday when they a- The Re Sox move d to within The lanhi have signed two never won anything of lanportance in before, scoed a sub Moo-M ohn-rs p4i0e 000 010-6 10 0 i i
day _eeterday whe asecln c the lace with ,a West Coast collegians for their ai e 69 to beat by three shots one of t l great golfers of any Archie Moor n, Moaore's 8. Ioual i000 006 0 0 Dovn (3) aid ar.
Sf to gfo 13 games In. 12 triumph ovepDetroit i Salt Lake City farm. Thrdbase- generation. A sparkkling s3, two under, for the first nine, left manager, said he had been In- Roberts (10-) and Lopata. 8tone (3-8) Ramos and Cort
S t.TheCs'V ba games which ad Williams marked Billy Hell, of Glendale, Ca- the little stee-face man from Fort Worth Tex., reeling, and he vited to cofertoday with pro- Jackson Tefeuer. (1-4), La ney.
s.foadnthrudoubles andtNorm tZ loJia, batted .393 at UCLA f t recveret moter Jin Norris about the Palme, Lawrence, Wright, Jones
t ly win. a a ly lostI chin hit a three-run homer. Catcher Dick Harris, of Alham- -Fleck who facially resembles a younger, Carl Hubbell, went probable Seteber fight. and Biink.(Night Game)
C m tasbfret h re s dp bii.nd Nlnand -a. Cewehtnd 022h000l10a-4H15o
S the i a bore tht Jim P all and Samm Whit bra,.Calforni, was a power hit- into the lead when Ho aa bogged the fifth and held It all the At Bro kto, Mass., heavy- -Batmrev'n 000000 0 --U .5 6
te o1 d still would also h Boston homers and ter at Sothern Calfrnta way. At one time he ad a three-stroke advantage. Coming weight championMarcano said, (Night Game mr 000 000
frot.e Al ealine hit two for Detroit back. he showed mild symptoms of falterin ;and when they teed "l'l be glad to defend against PittXbq ,h 000.000 oON-0 6 0 Wynn (-2) and Hegm.
ofociveAmericn agt whilehRay Scene got One.0'ft at the 18th his lead had been shaved to one point. Moore any time. Arrangements MilwAuke& 000 01203x- i1 1 SChallOck 2-3, ooe, Dar.
of fiveably could lead The Dodg aers picked up an uan- Dr, 0 rSOS Flaeck had lost the 14th to a birdie 3 and a trapped second for the fihit are up to my man- i urkont ( 4 -7), DaOo ain A 1kMddDonald and a0 Ga-
te A July 4 but the Yan- earned run i sn the erght to doeo



oesc Ist nan ooos ttev noi w both f thetreCu a hdiongaConenl, To led ooa 9ntolhe m-lJ.-.1'... S S "W 1ngled for H; In 7th
the .c on s tlher nreeA run- ft tthee eC ok 1antl hat deoste himn a stroke at the long par 17th, whih Hoga en leach rn, Al eeIl." Rocky saw the well, trson.. 00
tstil Th e C an ned ta o in 2 for a only the second time durl ing th e hampionshIp. Ar hd oore-lhe fight on television pahn (- and randall. b- g ....... 1




HOEes Fr" atered nes en ou' htrewa the re abu lanots Pog the neitohonor w t h e b rdle 3 Insort, the bea n ooe d mo unae n It- e -evison o s If...'.... 4 0 1 2 l0. 9t c- a
command by two games after Jef coat his second straight ae m an s o e ,with thousands watching, the stage was set for the tense, and said le was impressed wi. 3th 0 2 "
Sanothervitor. 6-1 over th eat as a reliever after ne had climatic moment. ancient Archie's prowess: 0 0 0
even bet to win te flag on pas Brooklyn'swinning run. RubeOGAN'S TRAGIC EXIT the ring favored at 14-5 ........ aklyn Rruck ot for
the July 4 leader s t ws soon t develop nto both a thr ing scene of vitcory forced the fight n the first Reese as ....... i
trargedl.eesehdea, nlMuaifrruanueandnlanded mo"e weath- Snider ef.......3.0312 0Ot-2
er otofinish on top 38 times iirst run. of the New York Glants refused and a saddening vignettes of tragedy. The skies had been platc round an an more leotha nider f ........ 3 0 1 2leouo
nd all afternoon a nd nw a chilling wind rolled in from then he stalking Archie. Hodges lb ...... 4 0 0. 8tk out or n i


a i 17fa the Rs o he pewPckfi.anHtoa a phloed w here toy we 2sOR GLo Wand a shea ito I rh ball e o combnh Chc If.g l.....4. -_. 1 2eo"
t Ford battered nine their six-game losing streak o thee.About to leave the Giants Pacific. Hogan had the honor andAs he tore into the ball an robhi bobbed in with combi- Amoaros if ....... 4 0 12 O ERf.Ii
hind 'topper" Sal Magile, beat- as manage r andSwitch o the evilt destiny lured It deep into the monstrous rough to the left. nation hooks to bod and head Robinson 3b ..... 3 0 01 2
Sing C cinnati 4-3, en the mar St.I Cardinals. lArd it was here, amid the tenacious growths that Hogan's bid as they fel t h.er out. All Furillo rf.......4 0 2 0 Doer .1 01
gin of homers byI h nk Thomp- "Th I t report now Is at old t become the first golfer to win the National Open five timeE three ring offeals gave Ols.n Walker c........ 4 1 A 000 10 1
son and Bobby Dofman in the story," Durocher said, "I won't was snuf fed out. the fist round, and referee Meyer 1p ........2 0 1 0 0 urors c il. rs,.
ninth. It was Maglie's eighth even discuss it. I have no com- Before the 42-year-old veteran could chop his way out of Ruby Goldstein also gave him Hughes ....... 0 0 Sder an W
ALL straight triumph, although he meant to make on it." the dread jungle grass, he had taken four blows and was through. the second. Roebutck p......1 6 0 1 .0 odges Two as Re Ja
was in trouble when pinch-hit- The Giants manage: ade the Fleck's 1000-1victory now became a mere formality as he pro- But it was In the second that son, obl son, 0 oady -S..
ter Ray Jablonski homered for statement ust before boarding eeed to part hole home. the smart, hard-hitting light- Totals 34 3 7 27
Cincy in the last of the ninth. a plane here today wIth 20 of While the gods were unkind to Hogan, it should be firmly heavy -champ took command. Chicago
Warren Spahn pitched a six- his players and other members noted e faced an opponent thoroughly worth of his steel. Using his unusual long 78- Merian of 2 1 1 4 0 bleplaybinson
CONhit shutout for his fifth victory of the Giants' party bound fr There was nothing flkey about Fleck's victory, and t is nch reach, he shook obo ith Bker 3 0 1 2 odges. n
to give Milwaukee a b-0 decision Minneapolis for an exhibition --tirely likely that he would have beaten Hogan even if the little left jabs,and left hooks to theBauaom .... 4 0 0 0 0 7, Cub ste n .
over Pittsburgh. It was Milwau- game tofDight. giant's drive off the 18th tee had split the middle. Afte iall, head and landed three hard B a ...... 4 0 3 3 5 er 2 Run 1.I j.
kee's ath straight win and One writer said "Most of san hadn't broken par all eek. This was the third time for right smashes to the body. Near 0 0
B ASKETBALL Spahn ad catcher Del Crandall are taking a train to St. Louis hson of an low truck farmer. the close of the round, he knock- 4e p 1 0- e
contributed homers. Spahn drove tonight d skipping the trip to Fleck not nly had the shots but the re ution as well. To d B bo back ntoi his heelt in- 1 0 we c T
.- n o e ~ u c- e a lp-. oi aoum tou'ts ses a 67, tloo add to and 1 ea o rT ael to a corner wi a lenft toab. Bobo 2 0 a W.n t -
RH;at% -- ove i a te Tnhf. othe was to lcppe ua 0 at the short c 8 day for a had aslght c on IA N a f b ow-8 0 ~0
c t.Airoryud.... oo.no e eb t on am I e at Ece, FleJh stepped up ls ondcasually sank a 6-footer for a half when he went to bIco Cii .....,
OCardinal though he was there." ano then tk the next hole with a birdie 3. In short, he beat Inhe third round, the stalk- -Coope 0 0 0 0-1. buck ( ....
S for two homers and a The Giants open a four-game the champion with championship golf. n oore knocked Olson off Rus .. 2 0 3 Jefcot
trip eby Stan Muslal plus ho- seal n St. Louis tomorrow- * balance with a left- Fight-left.
B LAI a ..ers by Red Schoen enst and night. Durocher said Ruben Go- Then he staggered hin with o two '
Rip Repulski. Stan Lopata hom- mez will pitch the first game SUPERIOR GOLF WINS hard straight rights to the hOSd C




Molunt 3ere od for Philly. there. hia"t hnim with a left hbwook that n nSHOWINGA T Y R- -.n
Hogan carried off his frustration in a manner typical of hlo started him backward and THEATERS TONrsT e
I II ,,nU BC u h te tyracush fine aportsmanaship but he felt, it deeply ust the same, and at landed a terrific left hook to the




Ii II ri Tu aaaa Se 1sn Oi heaedo the pfol ro |sentati bund ceremonies which followed, he announced he face that dropped Bobo on4 II: lo aiS
R C T Inter a anat n l w ewas return o from turn m ent golf and henceforth would play back in Moore's corner. Bobo -
.SPORT CENTER A h "o f p y res ure and the exacting demands that are madc roi over ont A i sT t. M ..h C





d vnar e To fre a of a champ don and tried to lift imAnt-nhe ,
C at 47 I r n t r o eThere were two reasons why he wanted aso keenly to win here. almost made it at "e' bt ci AS.p-





SC lentra 47 i eag... ,--u ec he t ird n o One was to surpass the record of Willie Anderson anyd pIBob Jonen, r1 failed. gP--'--."- Uo TUmOA 7:Bs
II Ir KOz n . . '" .i l each a four-t me winner uf the world's most important golf title. Bobo's handlers helApE 81 I to
.:e. other was to launch his new H an-made clubs on a note a sto Cl g a r be ien t lled
SWIMB N, England, June of unparalelled achievement. Ironically, the man who beat him ut o idr. Dr E V MaT
To.onto ..- 41 24 631 -- )-,er l "he was groggy for more than
Havana .. 3 26 .600 2 toseed Cin nat star who 1 thi had been the Hogan of old, the championship would five Asminute. D rt was abou
Montreal .... 38 26 .594 21/1Is-avored to win the men's sin- never had extended beyond regulation length. Hogan blew it 15 before he an twa MARGARITA :15 -5:1
Rochester ... 31 32 .42 gles title in the Wimbledon ten- over the last three holes on the third round when he dropped hi he Waes able to w. oto
SA Columbus ... 31 34 479 n championships, entered the successive strokes to par at the 16th, 17th and 18th.This 1had't *

















Defending champion Jarosav d. ......
TOMOR/ROW! Bfalon .. .2_3 Drobny of Egpt entered tsrks pr heeh 1th hn -_, __ ........ ,_ _i_ l_ 1i Il
ISTARTS TOMORROW! u I l .1o 2 37lI.4314 fourth round today with an easyJ happened to him since his days as a struggling pro on the cash
Richmond ... 27 39 .409 14 ,trla. -u c-rrI .j. .BAH .ED 'AIN and carrytour
Syracuse .... 24 39 .381 16 Stewart of the U.S. What beat him Sunday, among other things, was Fleck's re- The. Hit Parade
Louise Brough, three time fusal to crack. The stranger from the corn belt either beat or
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS Wimbledon sinles titleholder kept even with him on 15sof the 18 holes. Hogan didn't win aI-.D
Havana at Syracuse, postpon- easily reached the fourth round hole from him until the I1th. All told, he outstroked him on only MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS
ad, rin. in the women's play by defeat-Dthree.By UNITED PRESS "PHPPT"
ilinin the w oren' p fEnglande e ordeal of playing 18 extra holes was reflected in thE
Toronto 500a000r020-7 12 0 ga-,o Enga otty character of Hogan's play. He was in trouble more often LEADING BATTERS1














-C m~ n~ns ron o gyt nerdth -Fatrng- asGans..... 17i


6N TI0I4 AP 0III dmI 62, 1- Campanella, Dodgers ... 63
NEW YORK, June 23-(UP) HELEN OLSON Entle, Pmanes .......... 530
S8* Johnson and Johnson may Following Kaline, Tigers ........4 ,
sound like a vaudeville act but COMEDY, I, I
Cam" Connie and Kenny are two of In, RUNS
WII WlIrl Maple Leafs lead the Interns- DIXELAND! Mantle, YaDneers........
S. tional League today by two fullU ni Dodg r ......
Sg ame.. Footsteps? I san I ..Bravs......-. *5 I .54
Kenny followed up Connie's GOSHEN, N.Y. -(NrA)- SI iages ...... ?t ...... I I.,OMAS M.CHE. |
triumph of Tuesday night with OEN' N---E'; TL"" . ..e, Tiger ......... I0
I 71 victory over the Montreal year's. L Sj iischdld SCREEN TIMES OU onam, dodgers ....... 80
is last nor t The lo drop- r ui .may an it a fam.I _____I__ UA C.
=nthle Roya -into third ere are eg sfor. the a, '. .....

*-""fl &,?^:.^eil- ^ HTE K fl i5S ::;: -- -
and lef the Maple Leafswith a .ref cas whc wer sine .. .. .. .. ...h. ,,_ II
M v Sugar Kings. -previous n we, withr&e 1. '1 "/ "I# MUsUW ,......... 4
tha r g ubre ac"-i1" wl.uo 1s-' t, CINEMASCOPE ad COLOR! Bruto, arses .........a
10 h ts behind'% 12-blow Toron- 1947 victor, has seven son and 3.NEM .S and COLOR!
,a a i g daughter eligible for the $B10 2:00 :15 6:30 9:15
., to attack that routed Iogtbpaw w test.
SIt was Kenny's sixth win of the L- .
n. Connie, former C1hi go 17-8, in a 34-bit fiasco and the I NO INCREASE I SSIONS e ne -
I ,. "' ,t. e eads t I edged ut o ...
IVelookk Alp&,'..r4.

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.~.ammete the rm Now scallop it cir-
uafernme a bit, like a ragge
adZ IgthidrcMM heo c Von for to
Zen shots at 100 yard inches '. L
11 ao o sIt's held b 0. A Rinehart,
q, me n who ot a .ederlpim..21.9 fro ta all NBRSA matches fired,
W ap t the Reed's Run Range in is fifty shots Jor a .348 Inches at
SOgood- A Oa last fa- ad in the a hundred, ifty yr 0M at two
o 4 a o tw o oag m e soot a shap named Gott. al hundred, shot wim a Ream.
onhe iins alrali of mn a ato ad former National champ olo by. M. N. Walker. An a-
im na r u ats g CrreighteU aaded the old record aing seto fgres,. but this
.d..a. with ma eola m.eaurn g *c one may tubmble., Sierr Ballets
t .I et MIR, M ,f,," to I and a.2=a respectively.ehI0 "t f Wttier, Calif., has pouted
d -y 'ttheero n oer oe f t he horsolig tm inetob "e tooin d i,--butw ith s __ te auing set of figures,-er but thisce
-- right man the right rifle, and the one may tumble. Sierra ul lets
CAonrre i 1 a vastly more racing rght o tons even that pheno- diameter (6 mm.) or
throgot the land tan the acury may be aten large,. AIt's done with a

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-wrthe andtu chy Tene, y .stwoa football fields. awayI T o yet t I s .'t the cas but the






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n e wateworth, anf th e eo xee onneya l 2l hot r .eceor d overTthsl tor dis-e verlas.........it't.k....rf




.to ama e afis hel g tnsmithdCiair matches a ter, m.D.
L s+lrlaahsS h -. iX hol,2emeBt m"dan amazi noltarte. uwuigru I Dappt breezeepe thag |s
aIoMR m h 00u r aslnormn reu spll inter and- the MOW lat tere we t h o tolo o re 3
Sina lel ntooha ane..n teoo loT aeg when three minutes







fott s Ion the irsAtnd otf Ao to-
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sth mhd2 Saorno I o- AIr.o. ra tleo er y ar niyi h no 3
tr a asm. .l ,,m tralsN ,s d y.C w. orm w
Ws noIligstbroughthorsesat Holyod larkeandthe The Natlonol Champfor 104,
ai i atisat, o to po day he I probably inheet eln history e a e o uEd McNally of Fayetn s e Y I
fq-JUne w5atber of the Norlth wath ing from some ug ahoras wd e thela-








S.r~tO v t y. o t raThe~e raoThrtdhe of tre o.s01,hiawswI. b tea-e wo waro ed te trannigm e I ;IT
Ad tch beSastseirned wi* d tracngor bs ro ofte bayt MlKsh T n's ttention. h Stream Trophy on the basis of
S oe_. ahl emadynd-strthi sowego 0ya y was -he t-o0 Argoa ut is performance o at the c ountr-
T Tit 1 L han hohe bsn utroie N olA Sevcma d y alndicap for nI worthao world wde matches at custer, S.D. i
Sfr In B to ~o-hmewaer t fmad se fourtw n oinog the Dakota breezel, he man aged
ita ofth per salormon are il fighting the In Drag, wherein this inoJ oto average .0 ino hes rfor ve
Ift 'thlt- t griggingl idse., KhallP d wrenched a knee atnd oten-shot spreads at 100 Yards,
liemn ar mndintl aon t wound up last. and out of racing L4U f or_.0 rounds at the two-



the l st wndol until net winterO century dtne a c rea wnat re o





aters stoW d fAaltoewoIA tteterc 9NTherewaxts ts l1001W0 Cail- under he aondtins, wall worth
at uw r tme e4t .m w lt t rnian for Swap, where the lit of the sterling Field & Stream




to th ei9f,Qmie s---tr e o .. ,io. -.oro ,r 1 ,fout beat D ter, in n ebowl.
,4rowp i~ abat.worl al t am-ord m Tteeoc rad l ecrd atl ggregatea figures ,
od w e~,lh,~x shill to abll at a ste t o elrone wot:40J. SWlaPS"isamlso H tr e



rom A h hor ww ahaboutousbaaes of win- at Mt,.Hope.,angestur in g the
cwaterward, Jr,. mVo t a r.J m Se m t .ars ....IIn shortorde
ge A ot r9rlmor e.nnOb herteormsatAthen i their
2- ispoma iles lii te visitors to a .ere 33
-- "l M P. .Althogh Saratoga finished only runs. .
an k of Nashua In She The Surrey innin was high-
Tral Frank Bosa lighted by the refrienIng battingth m
IOUJ WOULD TMI t.Shere "-- IS. lP fl51l0nt Stakes for exhibition of Alphonho "Papa
S WOULdDhe ler wa9yst retaird Richsards at Lou," Crltchlow, whose 98 rung
for boaao"-ad Nc'.jad, fourth in the 'feurm." Critchlow r e c e nty
Mum a.t. e npro1P sto Caeo sored 94 runs in a league game .
JAtIo f tbse 0 Atlantic o-Ito. Owners, qu tieslly, prefer which,'coupled with his 11U not
to win. !Key can get mor-money out a couple of seasons ago,
08hadytisandalojd for; capturlinla important events stamps him as one of the -Par l I
sadfaN.geg.n N0 en" l r T' stand fourth mo major op- ters at th Apresentotime. IO I LIAL I
HogW i s tood out fro- Brn-pox.- N sh other Surreyhscorers were A.
1 el p ins a1Is1 Wrilttn foh uiService going in the $100,- "Rip" ahoy, 14 and Roy Water-
.f0000ArlingtonClasscInChic man, 20. Ashtra Waighe topped.
Mtuer, .June u, wertoted tu 16; Swaps in th 0eSears' batsmen whose wick- Complete Prize-wina
141 sms anbte dub t.-1 ak ,g.q -.erlcan Der b"y atWes sWlngete f -l- mI for 1, 2for 5,-3 for
of thbse American entrieie -, Of...,-,..Park,-ialso inChicago.Au.g.fS sme ..6,,4for 7,5 for 10, a for 15,7for e w
r axznp~l, owned and smast mn~.lmr ,.g to.if S--w ae pswan ud Nashua do2e9et 29, 8 for 29, 0 for 29, and 10 for
aidsayofQ ew totdai.n, it probably will be during 33
w'a mil~. abro ahe ". dIb the fall melein at Belmont Par. wlIn1 for the Bears club
,- a &br'ow A b"lm lJ.e. .-."There is the least pressure on array y Brown garnered : for 32,F i
Pb osmer,_aid is s r..' werW e re l1 ..the. Ke..ICalifornia racing between the & -Ca pbeill Ifor 23, S. Brown
Sa the -a *i #w.. ... ... .. ,noi Waithe -1 for 20. For the win-


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leh laid heavy emphasis on
d irmamen.
was the first foreign non-
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d by Deputy Pro
xar X aganovich and A-
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undisclosed location fo
saw a movie of It'soper-
and looked over the plant it-


- Thtn he returned to moscow
,"sunt at the signing ceremony
all the members of the pre
of the Soviet Communist
except President Kliment E
bhlov and Foreign Minister
-L Molotov, who is in San Fran
armament was one of the
ry points discussed by Neuo
ana builganln.
Soviet Premier said be hop.
ehru would be a soviet "aM
in the drive lor woria dis
ament.
F oletov in San Francisco yes-
sy called for a world disar-
ent conference before ti
Sqf next year.
ter tae signing ceremony there
a lavish receptiOn given by
at the Hotel Soietsaaya.
the top Soviet leaders attend-
ong with the entire diploma.
tie leaders followed their re
Sinapgurate custom of chat
easily and cheerily with cor
pondets, particularly Western-
texample Kaganovich hu.
uly suggested to one corre-
ent how no should file his
teh.
rite it this way: You saw
g faces, shining eyes and
t iveliness," the Soviet lead-
chief Nikita S. khrushch
gave William Worthy, cor
deat of the Baltimore -Afro
an and the magazine. The
a hearty greeting.
want to shake the hand of the
Noro correspondent to come
since the war," he
? ..to Worthy.

I4 YEblked

l Schools

Paint Jobs
T. offey and Servicio
weep the apparent low
ion ae interior painting
Three Canal Zone school
a. Tropical Paint Co.
i.B. Homa were low on two
Panama Canal projects,
$or which were opened
d yo morning n "the
Room of the Balboa
ihts Administration Build-
Cofftey bid was $400 for
S alating of the Balboa
B hop buldlog and $1,190
sirN paating.0f the Cocoll
S enttary Scool. Serve ico
bid 6$80 for the paint-
of the Rainbow City Junior
School building.
I. Homa was low bidder
Slump sum offer of $591
Ie furnshing and installa-
aof halt tile n the Dis-
S Cort buldlIng in Ancon
-I the optical section of the
O snmlassary retail store.
I81 P aint Co. made a
of 1 for the interior
o f two Panama Canal
in OGamboa, one In
..M d one In Balboa.


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Top Polio Scientists 'Approv



Salk Shots By 8 To 3. Votef


WASHINGTON, June 22 (UP. "I do not agree with Dr.' derance" of scientific opinion fa- Salk, diseung called "fam-
- -A panel of top polio scientists Sabin." He said no other vac- vored the step despite some dis- t contact" olo cases, told the
t endorsed 8 to 3 today the safety cine has been tested like the centers. Congressmeutnhat Is shot hold
* of the Salk vaccine and recom- Salk product and that he con- The national advisory commit- no danger for. parents or play-
r mended that the nationwide ino- spiders it safe. tee recommended that the States mato of lnoculatIe children If
" culation program continue. Surgeon General Leonard A. get busy Immediately on plans the vaccine hla been properly
The vote was taken before a Scheele said last week when the for distributing the vaccine when produced adeqrding to his balc
House Commerce Subcommittee, polio foundation decided to go It becomes available. It gave no formula,
'Thus, a majority of the nation's ahead with its Inoculation pro- Indication when more vaccine pie said olte children
top polio experts rejected the gram that the "great prepon- might be released. eould paM a polt infection to
recommendation of three promi- thers.
neont authorities that production But this, herald, would be o-e
and use of Balk vaccine be halt- sible despite-not bema use of-
ed until it Can be made "safer." the vaccine. He euW Gn led that
The eight experts voting in his shots are inten=ddto prevent
favor of the vaccine included Dr. paraeyers, not Infeevon.
James A. Shannon of the Na- abin sai d th t his plan is
tional Institutes of Health who followed, inotd could be
represented the Public Health resumed by the es4 of the year
Service at the unique roundtable when the vacclne "will get the
congressional hearing. best possible ance" t show it-
Dr. Shannon's stand made it self.
clear that the government will At that time, he maid, the
continue its support of the vac- shots will be safer and the rate
-cne program under rigid new of incidence at a low point.
safety standards which it put Some 60 children developed po-
Into effect several weeks ago. l afMser being inoculated with
In the final voting, four sad- vaccine produced ba the Cutter
entists on the panel abstained. LAboratories, Berkele~y, Calff-.r
One of these was Dr. Jonase h e incident led to a tempor-
sSalk whose enthusiasm for the halt in the program-and a
vaccine he developed is no secret. iht1 enin of the gve ent
Three polio experts called afety standards.
yesterday for an immediate
halt in the production and use it n
of Sal vaccine until it can be. l rick A Q
made "absolutely safe" and Ie r au.7
any danger of a new "CutterPd d r
incident" removed. an anal
STheir recommendations were
promptly challenged by two Dies In NOw
other experts, including Dr.ney
ianomas M. Rivers, chairman of Patrick . n, one of the
the vaccine advisory committee Ptrik one of
of the National Foundation for fat-dwindling group of builders
infantile Paralysis. ot the Panama Canal, died yes-
Hewould be tragic" trday In ms, iver, NJ., after
to halt the inoculation program r sf eillness | was 80 years
now. ,' S, i oia. y
oDr. Salk, who defended .the r ula ive of Nmwe,
safety and effectiveness of his N 0 l em ley-
vaccine, predicted that in the i thu n Canal Com-
not-too-distant future the num- l In 19007in the Mechsnt-
ber of polio cases among Ino- al Division and later served as
culated children will drop off rin inspector during the con-
considerably. **struction of .wraflorem Looks.
First to question the alk O HO OFF THE PRESS is the first map of Honda edb bY repgnned 191Iandwasred-
vaccine was er. Albert B. Sabin the Inter American Geodetic Survey and. the W Wb e i e. employed in 1919 In the Drrog .
of the Univerity of Cineinnat fort of the Republic of Honduras. Looking over the first fin- oI the Mechanal. Divion. He
He said there is' no assurance Ished product, a 1:10,000 cale map of fhe ty of Tegcigalp sto the Mechanical. Division. He
that it is "absolutely safe" even and vicinity, are (left to right): CWO George acting C who survives him, have lived
under the government's stiff new of the Reproduction Plant; Sr. Oullermo Ynestroza, director bontinuously in Tome lRiver
tseting procedures. Co ilon Geografloa Especial, Tegucigalpa, Honduras; Col. Rob- since his retirement in 1987.
Citing the "Cutter incident." erfit i. Robertson, director, IACS, and SIC Thomas White, repro- In addition to his wife, Mr.
he recommended that production ducIlon supervisor. The maps are reproduced at the Engineer Quinn is survived oyseven
and use of the- vaccine be halted Reproduction Plant, Corozal. daughters and two s. The
until the so-called Mahoney vi- .- (U.S. Army photo) sons are Marc' Quinn, now re-
rus, a virulent or highly infec- siding in Guatemal, and James
tious polio strain used in the s ing.t* tin G amall, and Jame
Balk formula, can be replaced by B. Quinn, of Camarrillo, Cal.
at"satr" strain. The daughters are Mrm. Alice
Dr. John F. Enders of Harvard S Lombard, Balboa Heights, the
atD, nwh'der oh abn Printing Of Map Of Hondur Missem Gaenevieve and Claire
University, whosided with abinQuinn and Mrs. Marjorie Bur-
saad.he believes that "in a rea- me all of Toms River, Mrs. Ri-,
sonable time we will have a safe gon allo veln R iv Mrs.
vaccine."m ae -aCrume.Cleveland, Ohio, Mrs.
Dr. William McD. ammon ofAnesone AA e Eder, Cal.l, Colombia and
the University of Pittsburgh said r Servicena u burial will beoa.
In a letter that "no more vaccine o- held in Toms River later this
should be relIased for distru-Wa -eld
tion" because more time is need- The Inter-. Anerican Geodetic the Engineer reproduction p ant, I
ed to make a "vaccine of ade- Snurvey t wek marked another Corozal. The map coVders th ci
quate safety" that can be pro- milestone J its ma ing program of Tegucigalpa andvicinity m m
duced in large quantities. for Cent al and uth America Was reproanceda on a scale o ,
Rivers associated with the when the firpt asap of Honduras 000.
Rockefeller Institute for Medical to be produced through the efforts Ready to see the first map y661e
Research in New York, said tiat- of the Republic of Vonduras and off the press yere Col. Robert R.
ly: the IAGS rolled off the press at Robertson, director, IAGS; Sr.
IcoTilOon. gografica especial Te. TODAY



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--L NO *F r ac u uuai uo r m-ul a.
SThis map, the first of a series
NEED A WOMAN planned for production, is the
visible result of .cllaborative of-
WHEN DEATH fort on the part of Honduras and
the lAGS.
During the seven year period of
MISTRESS work, over 1400 kometers of ba-
si triangulation have been estdA-
ished; 1200 kilometers of base
EYfRY levels have been run; geomagne-
tie and gravity stations estabush-
AFTER- ed; and about one-halt of e en.
tire country has been covered with
NOON! vertical. iang. pbotogrpb
All-of this work is i prerequi-
dutioa ain mOprfa nd n-a
hbeen cco ue der the most
rugged field conditions, an4 a
abt fthe worst that nature .ol
sadsEf= floods, alcqpt im.
g e4 ountaesm all were taken U
Stride by the ighly trained civi-
uan engneers oied by londau-
,1120,au program In Hon.
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AN ARCPTEWS sketch of the new Kpbb pl w h will be c
year. Fraturoo,-Inot of Panama City ie bpgln f- a
July and complete the $l62,263. project a nt
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AN ARCRITECTURAL drawing pf the new Caribbean Command Headquarters blldidng whv.
will be constructed at Quarry Heights. WorW on the two-story buUllng is expected
mnderway sometime in July with completion about a year. The $2332.71 ob being "
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