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before clis ifS w, Iwbf
:using the mht i tt g -
today, and tW a *
B er-ea.u At P Imnu jm
5 em- TheC pr eila A ., "sai
PANM .%M, May 2 (UP) Howling
reans.~atte to.attack a United States.
ficer today in a riotous anti-American demo
the FPnmunjom prisoner exchange center. -*
They vented their wrath on other A
and smashed the movie camera of a Chissee
siot Aer to the ground. "
operation of exchanging of s&k-4 ind dm i
!pwri, was drawing to ON as a "'A.."
".er Adm. John C. Donil, du p
liaM t officer, repeated a demand to he C a
oe nre than 375 iting U.N. pr ou .
o trwl, wom tIy fa"lut 40 dei06r.
myS Cc .S r ,. o
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aiap1tl d le aI the Sheghtiaons at ts lytp eP ,
geettm I They te ito It, (Co tated o
US In$ile of oo
X ,,a-re indicated on .* .cden. al .
th e iV touted mOM are seat of -theM% g.
two:, o r'! m J ..r-,q"i .,
1. Depletion of
After decade s 9f
once rich colI
like Sarsaton, .Pa.,
IU., are exhausted. B3t.
still cling to the se
the hope that that i
unw lin c ore of
try of ,areas like
has been shattered b
whehping asepiblr U
ods. And the pongMb
of Tampa, l., for
are cheaper and n -:"
with marine diseases.'
L Dwertien. A W
Bowling Green, Ky.,.
moved to Reformi, A1B. R
tiles, firm after
out of New Englan&.
one boss explained, "IWpS
Ing out of the hl
bor markets." And
hind hundreds ,@1 -
Hlis and no jobt.;
Americanas are m- A
labor fere, aeeWrff* I*'
Cenus Bureau sPSWM
Most top- leel
*ay it's A as twelL
works low more
S ey "I a buk
M tkaes, and a seNs 0
A defnM maaSR
Sadded: "n the cae
* attMk. a diawrwd o
m dispeoed wA*ua
has a a
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
*W o 0 1uLISSuR SO T 5 V
ear oL g pto
seag. ee w IS dgglyTeAveI JOSNUA 5 liOWUNS, INC.
mt l MAOlaps Ava. Nwa s YeAM. aa N Y.
ImN. m' w rw a K N U, SN AO I. I lIN.l
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iHE MAIL BOX
I e Mail J Sa I en pen forum fr reder *1 The Pefmea Amer.
l Lefnes awe eelved eMrefully and are hand in a where *malIl-
w ye e eibsteie a letter don't be Impallet i deem'l appear the
day. Letera eae pMbilshed hI he elder mehed.
P l ese Ies to keep he Idtes limd to sea pg p ai.
S" Nty f letter wren e held Il s hillea esenaMfleee.
I4 lees Iemnn reas. m ma m
Washington, D. C.
i Will you help on the big, urgent job of building a better Fed-
service for the American people?
tFederal employes worthy of their trust have no fear 'of facts
tout the service. They want all citizens to be on the alert for
*ongdoing and Ineompetence. Federal employes who betray
their trust, or who fall to do an honest day's work, have no place
In the service and should be dealt with firmly and promptly. But,
we believe you will agree that It is time to stop the wholesale
ilification of public employee.
:It I becoming difficult to recruit qualified men and women
*f r the career service, not only because salaries are Inadequate
, "tR advancement opportunities limited, but because of he ceae-
.ai flow of slander and misrepresentation about Federal em-
j*lyes, the work they do, and their conditions of employment.
This emphatically does not mean criticism should be dllenoed.
does mean criticism should be selective and factual.
We urge you to examine the work of Federal employees In your
communityni, the services they render, the character and qual-
of their performance, and to set forth the facts, favorbfe and
Regardless of Adminlstration, it is the trained experienced
semloyseswho carry on the day by day work of Govern-
t. It they who Oiulder the heavies' burden of.adta istra-
,oresearch, selentifie activity, of protective, health, eo0nerva-
Sad other governmental services.
In the interest of good Government, we earneUtly urge you to
au in Drinting to light all of the fat about the career Fed-
arkvice, and in putting those facts Into prope rpective.
Unless this is done primptly the tresualt orolybe trloa.
SmaftounUti inefficiency, hher coa, and a public service un-
tor its lImmense responDtbl t
Very truly yours,
u' -Lther G. Itawarf,
9 Prealdenit National Federation
r, of Fpr ) *p oye.
fa~~ V^ ,-1
uh was the one who get me to buy a car, but dsk
eat rie kIn a 1 sMode-.eayo it makes her fed
like a museum exhibit!"
S t nd -Aur answer to
Sweet and Sour I a
IOM l ONtAL
t Swet sods
4 Sweet wine
i Toward the
U itter he: b
d1l Sour easter
* YnlSisA n
S gal vhmatte
i Closed vehleli
VETICAL OEAIM i
1 Favorites EMn
4 Sweat herb
SLExclamation aPu i
9 Leave out
10 Wealthy 27 eIovernments
11 Musical for x minor
17 Thought 28 Mine entran
1I Movable jobit 29 Newcomers
23 Passport (coll.)
endrsements 31 Sour fruits
24 Pitcher 33 LIlht boat
25 Destroy. 38 Staid
21 Greek dislrkis40 Rijah's wife
is 41 Sweet l aiu.
42 Stalk '*
ce43 Great LOS
48 Gl'is M
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By PETER EDSON
WASHINGTON (NBA) -
Just U the big budget cuttra
In the Eisenhower adminlstram
ton thought they were getting
a nice start on lopping off Ap*6
propriatlons for government
public works, along come a
couple of rude awakenings to
upset their sweet dreams of
The rude awakenings all stem
from the brightened nr#apct
for an Armistice in Korea A
better relations with the new
regime In Russia, following the
death of Premier Stalin.
As a result of these two de-
velopments, the stock market
does a nose dive. It ls feared
that defense production orders
will be out back The worrlerf
begin wondering If that will
cause a mild recession In the
The upshot of all these th-
is that there have begun to rai
down on Washington requts
for the Eisenhower administr=-
tlon to make some plans to re-
lieve a possible depression
Demands for this kind of ar-
tion come not Just from people
like CIO President Walt
Reuther, who wants President
Eisenhower to call a onferenqe
"to draft a worksheet for ful
production an dfull employa
ment." Republican politicians
from various Industrial are
around the country ane writing
to their congresamen~.
This new development d-
verses the preuure drdI
on Washington before DtaBi
died. The line then SMs, CuIt
to the bone ol that aettl
waste .and extruaafanoe Is
Washington to o the tae a
payers a break ow it
"Great rit/ Why doesn't
Washington plan dsmething to
break a depresasonr
The answer to the.worriers i
that they can stop frett. ni.
Washington har on tap Van m
at least $Ui blloq watl t
public works. Actual contruc-
tion could be started Just u
fast as Congress appropriated
The Eisenhower admgnlstn.
tion had nothing to do with the
making of these plans. They
were made by New Dealers and
The Republleans might not
want to use these particular
las lor that ramson. isf t
they wanted to etrt msoethlin
in a hwry, all the~ld hwe to
n bi onetsfap"aII ouat
Sfreah $ntp~thu neet
-ae*__e.a E teI
roughly as follows; An y O
of 4neers-M projects
, blluon at 11 prIcago : ureau
of bl Roas- statagls fed
r-aid plans foi Mj miles of
'wl utiama1t' to ioot 1,
O bflb'n, of Ap1,il i
Bureau orf Mvlam a sev-
p ._z e ct s wo n n an stim a tdd ( a
en, ls a the big hlf of
A shelf of smaller plojecte in-
cuds these: Gensral IsetviM
i tion i obuUd or
am 1offlpt buOdn
t range B aanywr
'lorln to 1i
C1r Atesh ftica Ad MtF
a8 located oat ef its
z which has four years to
I LriAed airport imprOvement
Many Of the projects plan-
hd several ear 490 ao s post.
ow depression topxrs miAht
be foundund undesirle toeas.
Thil would a u pricual
S Corps aI rfmineba prof
Oil seWIJ o e been
4 by -.. Carsbut
hsaO t ee.at
byOoncM ato!r eta! soetef
So fat tAww
or ta dif Mf
c autse .t. .e.
Lobby, its operation ac to
Icy fixed not a f tn
age a 0 &1
which to Dep
The general, then new In
U.S. senate would
Lobby. He i d not ,
T1e q.Ger day,
choose between hinia
The choice cameafter se r
hint that the united otPght
ehek and Pote in over to get
A beweea fItf secftoi
Aohes ecept that DOlles remtre
O We we hIave a foreign pS
egn many of them ot r
pa foreign policy swayed
No te th aQWU
wso 0 as totunewicil
gi E ^^j~BBEJR~
niator" sad "ripw
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WW YORK.--I don't ride thedIghways nch though i M Uke Washlnton D.C.,
but if t did rd sure ud GOo. Tom youear car m* strict checkoff tdt wea
Dwf_ recent approvaL of a bocrakdown new luoSt t" titr.liwe.
S w K drivers. The noew' effbette July lsut t .adm. _ISMSUM Id., tI
Smtdhat "no motors e -Tove at stch a New YoWIrk spedk law wwwolftt
S as2 to impede or bla me normal and matirallysite. of th keurstegeds-St h4e
rolM movement of trat.road, roads and cdA totl tUfl conousOm -and a e-
bNit *ery time I looked de19 In the eye on cidents t.' ....
hlgways it was theJauult, ot o.the spead mer- or an autmonmte nation, I beveolht we
chah, b.t M oine dUadino imer sed nourish- the went lhwlT dIrers If the WrM .
n 'e beautIes of the higlWay Mavertsiaents, There is no su._, as geneoal g ai-m
or some charMaster hTing ti fwith .hi wife n er ng ev t. at a ppasM= o. u-
or blandl binr a dame. I. e-o S10 a& C1. pelge of o WIMpl..
These are the ay boy-Oe always mak We Lve the sdro a oft
the left- tGrB agt dA F sam* torettbthe 5atsfta40
station with na at a The. I tho l .l dt of "r fi"
som= of tf" hewer hwaya, have lant., arrv lp at V at thel am
mtt ina 0 th patrol time the a wft t. f
f e- E U iani0 .. ThWO thie. ml'd"'r"M w 't
cauti e.,osuse: 1eg.,"
boasua ahin stoa hotleI and th 5
normal .h- "h ttf .,
The: m aoUto ad* m*a*odern rod, *wo
are so designed Rht a aneirur Vt g
t a afe as. tt s a t
lot tuO10 W411.
of n rt4p asprdt ow I e
Them w At ot apparent 14 Stiihe In p t
NoM" 11 me the -MWis an
a osTh u s ams no tUl. wWn't taft
1 6 talk 1t t
tu i hkh~ways, a&I ____a ______to______
e Of hIl estig tion
to voted !$., N,00p'1
Close to Ia m= i diffli
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tusut be tele-
to lthe r0aow-
2V o the Club's
t 3-018 or 2.
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are spveo i kgiQe an
td^^ are cefam
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oa of fedal m
No da -d t
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eRUT MimU sayt...
An apbynna wife wrote" thi
SWhoever my husband and
I arm & t la company I am
m1e=8 the i whole time. Not
S bese of a hig y hu-
says or does wile we are
obt, but I always. know that
te minute we leave, he will
start In on mi.
S 'Why did you ey such and
sch to Mrs. S .-So?' hell
say, then add, 'I sd t ee why
u to mentm this or
that. didn't y p do thus
slevewr kw what he Ise o-.
ing t ortlcs, about my be-
havio. Ir do know he Is
Moing to eacte something, it
mIs mak mg mo .. -se-ons tous
that I a s knmot afraid to
open my mouth when we are
out with other people. Js there
anything I can to put an
ead to his oMstant criticism?"
Yes there Is.- Next time you
go out together you might slip
a tiny wk in your hand-
bag and Gown a few well-
chosen erlesms of our bus-
bo band when no one looking.
eithW. FIGHT rU WITH nFR
Then when you get home and
the "Why didn't you?" and
"Why did you?" discussion
starts, whip out the notebook
merican and say: "r tAhoght mace you
accurate take so much Intere-t in point-
wel- Ing out my istee you' would
cal and appreciate 1I If I did the same
nutrition for you, so.l have made a little
.faster, 'Let him hear the -list Item
ith in by Item. That ought to take
care of the matter, for the
babies rson who Is met eager to
er than UMpMve e s&oS lse and the
so, ac- most ready to make criticism
research of the behavior of others usual.
wk City ly likes to think that his own
of behavior Is always without
t won't be amy fun ftr.our
husband to hear how you think
he should have acted, Aeen
though he has never' td
to point out what he considered
to be your mistakes. .
And If e gets the Idea that
two can a the game of
critlcam, e will undoubtdl
decide that It isn't so much
faa after all.
OI ERAL KISS5 .AftCHMBUHOP'S RINO-K.neliql
Archbihop Mcha, Cen. James Van leet him the rth I
leader of. the Greek Orthodox Church an North and aSuth a
lmL The ceremony took place following the Greek XudiM
Y Parade In Nw York. Motin picture executive S Myr
at left holdain bat, me oalfs the honoiar gxand amarm
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I. Monday. a (e a
%Paed to make in supportf-
,his job ndmnt
tow to bea
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Marine Hit Twice At Okinawa SIDE GLANCES
Doesn't Rate Purple Heart .:
MARINE A IR ST TIO N, January. 1952, at Mllwauke".
AN&OMHE BAY, Hawaii -May When given a choice of services,
2--(tVP)-There is a Leather- he immediately asked for the
neck ,now serving with the 1st Marine Corps.
Proyviional Marine Air-Ground
Tdk -Force, FMF, who w Mas
twice wounded on Okinawa
during World War II, but who
doesn't rate the Purple Heart. l I, | na o
eason? He was on the other p n i p r
SINGAPORE, May 2 -UP-
*elyu Komesu. 21. who nowEnterprising night club oenerw
uas Milwaukee. Wis his home here have overcome a city or-
tud3 a 14-year-old high school dinance banning strip tease
student when the Mar ine shows by dropping the strip
formed ashore at Okinawa on and increasing the tease
April 1, 1945. Nylon brassieres and trans-
Sp parent underwear left the Sin-
"I didn't believe we had rea gapore stage following an-
Sbeen attacked." he said "We nounceent by city police of-
td been told it was impos- finals that "these semi nude
ablele" shows must cease." But within
*" The Japanese military au- minutes the "nude" artists andl
,hkorities ordered all civilians models, who have been under:
tb evacuate Shurl the Island s fire by the city's religious or-'
i-econd largest town. and to ganizations. showed up In re-
tide in the hills, telling them. vealing Bikini bathing suits and
"If you are captured, the Ma- wispy hula costumes.
rines will certainly kill you." Dliked Show
Komesu was running through
the mountains to keep ahead The Fong Fong cabaret inthe
of the hard-driving Marines. New World Amusement Park
when he got a bullet through changed its act without mis-
the arm. sing a musical beat and con-i
tinued to pack the customers
*-"*It was a bad wound." he 'in.
maid, "and we were able tol The strip-teaser. Loh Lin. a-
patch it up." adroitly switched from nylon'
,, 'trappings for a skin-hued Bi-
The next time it was moreikini while the signs advertised:
serious. He was put out of ac-1 "Loh Lin -the soul-captiir-
tien by a mortar shell. Picked Ing siren. Her show is sex ap-
tp by the men of the 1st Marine pealing. It will cool your eyes;
Division. he was hospit a Ii z e d make your soul travel by jet'
and underwent four months of plane in the great worlds."
treatment before being released. The Mont Cafe's proprietor,
By-that time, the war was over Hung, put his pretty daughter,
e ;Ying Who to doing a Hawal-
'.. Komesu, who was born inlian Hula. Outside the club
Hewail as an American citizen, passersby were enticed by this
had returned to the Okinawa sign:
homeland of his parents with "Miss Ying. who will do the
them shortly before the war atomic hula dance. Free pictures
began. In 1948. he returned will be presented to patrons."
to the States to attend the. Loh Lin said she was glad'
I waukee School of Engineer-1 her evenings with only nylon,
He later became an electri- between her and the audience
clan's helper for the Allis were over.
Callers Co., In Milwaukee. "It was a show that I disliked
myself, but, owing to personal
Komesu was inducted under reasons beyond by control, I
Selective service Act n i had to carry on," she said.
FART F, =I f1 VTII I355 V
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%... (A lufmMe Number of Psmnager Retfsa)
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PAA#MGER SERVICE FROM CARTAGENA TO EUROPE:
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"I'd better tell the prmf he's to class in his bath-
robe--.but if he's so abnt-umdid. how woe he neer
forgets a hoeowork aigmmtent?"___
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P ENIX CITY, Ala. (TO
City Clerk James Putnah t
us Circuit Solcfatet Aj
Terrell tangled In i1"
ght in front of the clty poF
When It was over,*tni
whpuf? --1 frac4ue'd l
rbed the brawl as
IwealI affair between t
best damned friend*.n-
SPolice Chief P. M. DaM
|HXed. Be filed aa
NiZry charges aga ,
.. Still Life "
S NOxVILL Tenn. )
edtA op 'S
ii a~*~~hae M Wee.
jnado.- Stricken Georgia .
"Dclared Disaster Area
SMA.e W, Go., May 2 (UP) The death toll in tor- A
n... di: nSOa s n Bged middle Georgia increased to 18 today as N O A nti-US Cracks
sm as0 .... 0 the goi'fniment rushed' aid to stricken families and .
'"- "aQ do_ wes et impted to total at Ieat415,o0000. r At Moscow May Day
.. IM, ftu storm victim, Hugh Glodr, 13-year-old
.......of sullad, Ga., died today a horital in Dublin. -
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sC-eo soAt- me time a new suvey o inorwgues in the MOSCOW. May 2 (UP) De- of fhe closidi -daw*
9:M0 7Warner Robins are s a.t t7 bodies ae Min rster yshalintkolal network
1 ul', Bulganin said yesterday in a May spreading -oam WiMSllONiI
-16 oLStOaps rictmns awaited burial, one more than previously Day i pech the Soviet Union will many cqwtrde n'
dM 'a.. continue to build up its artned Asia. n
.. fforae because the Western pqw- ritories borderftag.
S ~"'" T1he" t' does Injured at In the ratated Warner Rob- era bar not supported their Unin our govern nt
.5......... leasa9 t O8 0.'er on. Many were Ins blocks families poked de. peac0ftl statements with deeds. tinue to show de'
Sonly uIgrtfy, hurt but several jectedly through the ruins, NHi eep-your-powder-dry ad- Insuring of the d0stag
.A.r.........F.... ra ey er-th. looking for Mvageable furni- dress to cheering throngs fn Red curity of op. county. .
.a. ........... mTh e in the A lr Force ture and otea. Te Red cross 8qua was made shortly before "It calls for a
Shptal t Warner Robins, the said' 902 fmilea in all were Soviet armor rumbled across the our armed forces ,
.f**n******** bt is, 'Prt 17 miles south affected. square in a 13-minute display of ready at any time to
......... of hete whare the biggest twist- Six emergency shelters hous- armed might--shortest on record 'attempts of any hotUe
....**............. er struck late 'thursday. A to- ed 750 pertens In the area -and jet planes flashed over- interfere with the pe
o. ........... tal tl o1 1 Iured were still hos- Thuriday qight. A tent city head. I victorious advance
160 1 will be erected uptil rebuilding Bulganin's speech was notable people toward Its great
L *- *4t $......... 2 ty and civilian agencies can be completed, for absence of anti-American or communlam." .
% '.,I s' we*re add ng up the staggering The Third Army was sendiln anti- western utterances and his ,
A. 85:4 0o 1to that the tornadoes 100 tents, 400 cots and 600 welcome to any state which takes Arm k i o
"' *m mM n took e (lte arrifying mi- blankets from its main depot steps to "promote international Army Mobile -S AL
16..i.*q. ..... 0Oo utes w osed across the near Atlanta. co-operation and make an en- .
'o rgia peaoLr_ b during peace." LOS
C tLfrs, mA .tu. BfwminW. Rawlings, Warner Robins and the sur- Foreign observers saw the
i i m"" chiN ot the AIr Material Cornm- rounding communities were de- same theme in the floats, post- CAMP GORDON, OIa.
S.. ............. :30 a at Dayton, 0., flew to cared disaster areas-meaning efs and slogans displayed in the The Army's newest
SWarnet Robins Wad estimated that loans can be.obtained by capital-the "Amicable Settle- its war against crime
IV t.le dnl eto thbe air base a- the tornado victims with a mmin- ment of International Controver- bile laboratory equfppg
vTl ..t*a l Tae o ,00,66-.000. imum of red tape; ales," "Lasting Peace" and '%n- latest devices for ewoams4 W
S .......... Dia n the Warner Rob- ternational Collaboration." Idence.
-.... Bal area was estim- The ReconstruetioA .Finance The most popular slogan was The crime laboratory-o
S ;B000,, the. bulk of Corp. was expected to set up "Mir Miru"-petce to the world. foot trailer truck bbMs-
DAV it In at iquar-block area a temporary office at Warner It was a warm, spring day In is a modern ch
j m.lae .... dU where ,two new government Robins to expedite the loans. Moscow. soldiers learning to
,X;;.;.. i houint projects- were shatter. The Red Cross reported 68 Premier Georgi Malenkov with Polble sabotaga-or
,*** *.... ed. Mt of the dead were in dwelling units wete destroyed, h i tor cdleagues Lavrenti Be- at Anny sta
air. thht Msea. Including apartments and trail- byeven-
ge *.. ...*l..;** *t $1,000,000 more dam- ers In Warner Robibs a World ri, cheav Molotov nd the lab has a
a. lte Ft. Val- War II boom city which kept arh hlementi Voloshi9, ais laboratory,
~. 1.*M...S.24! e, s lard and on growing because of the air is -,n mausoe hn darkroom eq l
S*** U edgel areas Where other, maintenance, depot and Its pro. in-8talin mausoleum behind ctiyin
smaller ,terseadw churned a- ximity to Macon. The town has Bulganin. and ocent
S "i ..c. ..... oo roas the Mlt countryside. about 16,000 population. "The recent statements and radio an
................C. e ~.C.- ,, Comrades Malenkov, Beria and equipment.
-"- Molotov expressed clearly the ..
.............. Irpotiy of the Soviet government." The lab udton *e
P. enn -Wfly w ise Ideas For Hom e Bulganin said.c ng -firearms, documets
Y -"The essence of this policy Is flngervpriate is equippWd .
........ ".. "' D sl.a Pa sHou ensuring the security of our a photomlerographip cama
rId O.: es ni a e a P r o Hountry,s the further strengthen- which reproducesI
S D splayed of Paroso House n of the socialist state and the minute writing a
a .. .... .. o maintenance of universal peace. It also has a bullet
__ o "The Soviet government will tube, a padded contaair
welcome any steps on the part of which bullets can be
t, hi n IA ]Rouae of Ideas," one of the nature has been rebuilt or recon- the vernments of oth*r coun- ed easily.
SCnew fah4al quarters In Paralso, ditioned for the house, as projects tried genuinely aiming at the
_y .11 lpenqn to the public for a in the school shops. The new fur- eauag of tdiastn in tlhe nt!ene- *'.sie I
Al "WQSm S Wee r tomorrow. nature has been chosen to fit there tionglalbuation and weul -Hke to ileS M
S. a primarily as a Schools new house in saize and style anct see he peaceful statenti made
i no training project, the to provide maximum utility and by e leader t o govern- f S Ao
i I ha been defeated eye appeal. mediate i
acth e and ony- AUof the farmshings will w Jb
ie fteor furnishing new bear tags informing visitors 1 ffL
of the type now being where they can be trhased5CoWN" "ai
102L.UParep. and --- wit
house No. In the cate of en one r i a
50 n Sutl Paraleo, vi renTebuljt- .furniture a- bum ee styLleeadatiAhr
^ fate pen to the pubBe from May 3 draped, 'bedspreada and othea rlTe WAen'alidne
hr1ugh 10 from p.m. to. t po such Items made iq school class- a sa Ilusion of draui
n i eekdayA an dfrop 4,m. "i- e J tag will explain the
n It, located on Paraao Rlad it was made or reconditioned and added. Vazr.
fa nd is the fourth houde -n the the cadet. Ii Cole said dealer r -
i eft from the Intersection ofa- Leaflets will be given tovisitors 1 LV-Rga as much fashion
Salao Road and Gaillard Highway Inviting them to "take one idea sex appeal into men's ai
&mu-4 MA. 'a !Mt Ie baseball diamond. or several," making use of those St. Mary'A Mission reportshey dointo women'.
ual.. se n Members of the Pacfic Ever- which appeal to them and which three successfl evenings of their te wo 's
green Oardep. OChib will Serve as they consider usable and practi- Charity Bazaar .
hostesses when the house tI open cal for their owp homes. The cake, gncery, doll and Un-
the public. en booths wer kept busy and the -
The house has been furnished Parcel-Post booth vlftually
nd decorated as a trkitMpO- R8egistered KUrse swamped each night by those EXTRA
**t In the home economica "d eager to obtal* a parcel which
..... Iocttoal training clase ~ at A anted At Rodman might have ben posted by some
oa" .. an d Rainbow Cy Occwpa row of the celebrltt who have m. ilTHES-
on High eSchools and the school ceptd for the position of civil- l This a fterb at 2a o'clock I IiN ARE ambraL
tRed Tank. 1at nurse to fill- vacancy at the special sesIon as scheduled for ON 4 .
the dea.tl'a rem bean Na i station. Dispensary, Rod- the children. It will continue on
len~r le m ,.i- *as ennomneed today. through the rest of the evening
ls held Dxeha .d a p gr .' tipabshould be submit- to bring the four-day bazaar to
1 I n dr4 Form 57) to the Indus- Drawings for the doer prize
Comme ssrld nvr jtlonaOfficerBuilding consisting of a tsak-wood, ma-
Thas been doc ear for the dem'. ava taton, Rodmanhogany colored, camphor chest
been donb earlypin r the deml^ .MWStion, Rodman
tlon nhouse.ein the manneE .hLn.May 8, Telephone with quarter-inch silver. Inlald
he." hisDrawi has not wngs for all other prizes for
.* .....,.lis" *hosaed ding t pp le sd, which tickets were sold for the
-laI.. .p 2 PrvMars applying should be final evening will.also be held.
SWI.i.'W,. t ie .furnishings have" r nurses, have a Civil Those who are still holding un-
o t^ economy. t-aM- Sel tus, or be in a position sold door prime tickets are re-
"a t. m.-nnomv. -i er qt.ficient experience to quested to return them not later :
of the furniture is new I, t the pooltion, than 7 o'clock tonight.
.... .. ..... 1 .. h e p p o r d e la p ld a t e 4 u. n -.. q2 "' _
iB Friendly Fight, n.r ,TTnfV.
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"- eA IWAMA AMERICAN AW
You Sell 'em... When You Tellem thru P. A. Classifieds!
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H' Street PanamA
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
Salm de Belleza Americano Carito Drug Store
No. M West 12th Street 10.M Ve Muds Ave.-Phone 265 Coln
Aplcia lemracional de Publicadiones PrpwoIhr, S. A. kt 12 wU
"" SWtreet ,eprner Wtudante St. Ak *a E
No. a Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phq9ues I-=W4a4 2-2a79
FOR SALE: Refrigerator, 25-c
excellent condition $100.00; I
bed $10.00. 1417-D Carr St.,
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire 25 cycle,
cu. ft. over 2 years guarantee,
cellent condition, $150.00. H
89, New Cristobol, 5th. Street
EOR SALE-Used stoves in good
Your Silveani Steve
Via Espeae No. I (Casin"'
FOR SALE:-Refrigerotor, G. E.
cycle, .motor atop, excellent
chonical condition, $40.00.
I l ''4 HP motors, 6.00 and 4
FOR SALE:--General Electric P
able Sewing Machine, new, $
S00; Frigidaire 25 cycle 7 "z
SFt. Excellent condition, $80
Hospital Radio-individual spe,
$30.00. Step Ladder, 8 feet,
00. Panes of gloss, opproxime
400 pieces wire inserted, frost
$50.00. Apply 0776-B, Willion
:OR SALE:--Dining set, table
chi:irs and buffet $30.00. Quar
537-B Gulick, phone 88-875.
SOR SALE:-Borgoin priced 9
Frigldoire, 8 ft. deep freeze,
dio phonograph, long ploy, all
cy:Ies. Phone 3-1114, No.
L Col:e Uruguay.-
S FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Westirlgh4
refrigerator 25 cycle. Perfect
edition. $125.00. Tel. 2-13
House 1574-G. Balboa.
OR SALE-Philippine Rattan liv
Srocm set, 9 pieces 9.x 6, gross
high chair, baby bed, Sears Ails
Motor scooter. Good condi
Phone 84-4238. Ft. Kobbe.
FOR -SALE: Furniture, vene
blinds; electric refrigerator; dig
kitchen utensils; power and hi
tools. House 0430-B, Frangi
i ttet, Ancon. Tell. 2-4432 -
SALE: 2 pc, livingroom
lip r sws $75; bedroom
0n14elno$0. 16un0 choir, Otto
S$20; floor lampo $5 and
t Znifth radio phonoreaph con
S$40, cocktll table $4, gate
O)R SAtE- -Urge Ice Cabinet (
S x .21/a). Like new. Excellent
mntina, etc. Coll Tel. 3-4436
SALE: Larg gas rang<
S -pce, bivingroom suite, very I
condition, $190.00. Mahoi
.-dinlngroom table, 6 chairs, $4S
: Call 3-3211.
R SALE: Diningroom set 9 pc.
,:'The original Chippendale from
', Englard. Cost $600. will sell for
S$300. Bamboo livingroom set, 7
lc. like new. Livingroom set 8 pc.
Bd condition. Sewing machine.
". Steel desk. Zenith radio. Lamps.
Desk lamp. Single bed. Rug 8 x
S12. Cedar chest, Lane, crib. Child
Mahogany table and chairs. Misc.
glaswore. Toea set. Clock 400 day.
SPorcelain kitchen table. Mirrors.
Typewriter Underwood and table.
S nicknocks. Porchscreens. Electric
Drill. Bothinette and shelf. 0310
-Cable Heights, Ancon, Canal
FOR BETTER USED CARS
sa wt Pare"e
BUICK ead CHEVROLET
WANT TO PLACE: Excellent Jo-
maican general maid and cook.
Wonderful with children, must live
In. Call Noble at Navy 2371 days,l
and 3440 nights.
WANTED: Certain old U. S. and
Panami coins. Write very brief de-
scription. Box 472, Balboa, C. Z.
WANTED: Vacetiem Qeter, An-
con-Balboa, for two people, good
tferences. From June Ist to Sept.
1st. Call Cristobal 3-2862. Be-
tween 6 Prp. m.to 8 p. m.
WANTED:--One bedrooms or 1 rom
0 apartment in good residential sec-
tion. Call 2-1693 or write P.O.Y.
LOST & FOUND
lOST:--Pet blue parakeet bird in
vicinity of Justo A e andW
4601 St. Coil 3-4624.
AM CMZAMEg You Mumi
FOR BfTTER USEDCARS
Simot & PFads
BUICK md CHIVAOLIT
FOR SALE:- 1950 Nash Statesman
$1,195; 1950 Harley- Davidson
Hydroglide $750. D. W. Kells, Cu-
rundu Fire Station. Phore 83-2212.
FOR SALE: -- 1949 Oldsmobile. 2
door Hydramatic, radio seat covers.
Priced reasonable. 0419-K, Ancon
FOR SALE: Plymouth 1941 De
Luxe Business Coupe, no elegant
interior, just dependable trans-
portation. If you have $199 for
a deal, call Cristobol 1300, other-
wise don't waste both our time.
FOR SALE: Ford model A 1930
coupe. Good condition, brand new
tires, just pointed and overhauled,
Ancon Avenue No. 86.
FOR SALE:-Chevrolet 50 Bel Air. 2
Tone A-2 condition, radio, seat-
covers, your price. Tel. 3-0273,
FOR SALE:-)941 Cadillac with ra-
dio, good condition. 1948 Westing-
house 25 Cycles, 9 cu. ft. refriger-
ator. Call 2-3764 or 2-2392.
FOR UTTiR USEI CARS
ft Set f hoe
60 BUICK "ad CHIVROLT
;use Position Offered
cr otn- -
WANTED: Salesgirl not over 35,
good appearance, must speak Span-
ish and English. Send details, ex-
perience and small photo to "Al-
macin," Box 134, Panama City.
WANTED:-Man to buy second hand
furniture. Apply Household Ex-
change, Ave. National, 41 IAuto-
FOR BTTR USID CARS
BUICK ad CHIVROur.
FOR SALE:-1951 Plymo grey,
ClubtCou, Cra rqom
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-25-hp. Johnsop $275.-
00; 18-ft. runobout $100.00. Caol
6-495 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE: Timber Boats & Mo-
tors, Marine Engine, Chrysler Ace,
87 HP 2 1 to 1 reduction gear.
Good condition. Now operating In
36 ft. Wheeler. Will demonstrate.
FOR SALE:-Whizzer motor bike,
good running condition, just over-
hauled. Phone Critobal 3-2173.
FOR SALE: New Johnson 12 HP
outboard motor, 50% discount,
sell for $175.00. Call 83-5128.
\ FOR SALE ,
FOR SALE:-50-acre property in El
VolcAn, near Boy Scouts camp, poet
office and highway. Telephonetel-
FOR SALE:-Beautiful concrete cot-
tage Coonado beach; 3 bedrooms,
2 both*, livingroom, kitchen.
porch, completely tiled and furnish-
ed, 2200 square meters, fruit
trees. Con be seen Friday through
Sunday, after, call Colon 1 18-J
ONMTIR USD CARS
BUICK gnd CHIVROLrrT
FOR SALE.:-Small house in El Valle.
COmpletely furnished. All con-
veniences. Tel&. 2-3644 2.
FOR SALE:---Cottage in Sonte Cla
ra. Tile floors, Rock Gea, stove,
furniture. Call 4-288
L4NDON, May 2 (UP) A
medical bulletin aid today
e ore c Secretary Anthony
S had a somewhat restags
ht but continues to make
nra ft f
gl stones. A second operatlo
W asP-uoned t week for an
Ob@Wiw Oftheliver duct.
Red POWs Rush
(Cmlimed ftmr Pagi 1)
ers who do not want to ep
Mam mid the neuta must be
fm Aira eomiry.
After ter 25BiBB- -1-
s a "a n was
.a I i A 1
H^^^^ 1*r^- **J^^
OB gen hvee a* Ai&bka ptee P
MI -v Amw, C.u __I
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic
Central! Avenue & K Street Corner,
Telephone 2-3479, Panami.
FOR HITTER USED CARS
Sme** & Panedes
BUICK and CHEVROLET
CURUNDU NURSERY SCHOOL
Will remain open all during the
summer we still have a few va-
cancies. Call 83-2168 before noon
Be careful with that monoxide
Protect yourself and family b
placing that muffler and toll
Call us for prices,
15th & Melendes
Tel. 1336, Colon.
Bids will be received in the office of
the Manager. Curundu Clubhouse, un-
til May 15th, 1953, for the opera-
tion of the Curundu Beieuty Shop con-
cession in the Curundu Clubhouse.
Further information may be obtained
from the Clubhouse Monoger, Cu-
FOR ITrrTR USD CARS
Si~met e& CPIeI
BUICK ad CHIIVROLT
FOR SALE: 1952 Allstate motor
scooter. Albrook 6143.
FOR SALE:-Tractor, Allis Chalmers
HD-10, with "Corco" single drum
winch, in perfect mechanical condi-
tion. Priced very low. Apply to Os-
mond L Maduro, B Street No. II,
Panamh City, Telephone 2-0420.
FOR ETTIER USED CARS
Smeet & Pared
BUICK sad CHIVROLIT
FOR SALE:-"Tropicalc Fish." Many
varieties, cheap, going to States.
761-A, Barneby St., Balboa. Phone
FO RSALE:-Steel filing cabinets,
legal size with lock. Steq desk..
Executive revolving chairs. Vera-
gas Street No. 13. Street facing
Cuatoms House Gate.
FOR SALE:-Wicker chairs, tables,
settee,, misc. Items. Silver plated
tea set. A. C. Medinger, 209, Gor.
gas Road, Balboa Heights.
FOR SALE: Minton China. brand
new, gold bond fluted, set 12 bar-
gain. Tel. 3-0273.
FOR SALE: Desk, steel, single
Executive mahogany finished, ex-
cellent condition, with lock, glass
top, 34" x 60", $100.00. House
FOR SALE:-Baby buggy, playpen.
and pod. scales, toilet seat, auto
seaMt, vise, pick. wooden horses
bar bells, sections of fence. 5824-
D. Raeu, Dioblo, phone 2-2583.
FOR SALE:-9 piece walnuts dining-
room suite, tables buffett "and
China closet, six chairs, scenic-
wt Shy covered. From to reputable
WANTE1D:-Vegei Q tknt, An-
party. Call Albrook 5114.
FOR SALE: r- One Thor automatic
washing machine, with dish washer
attachment. Call after 6:00 p. m.
Tel. Ft. Clayton 2146.
FOR SALE:-Ratton 6 strand barn-
boo set. Very goo condition, $225.
00. Call 3-0498, Panama.
PONTICA, Mich., May 2 -
(U1)-A 12-yMr-O0d boy told
.olkie today he made lead nick-
a, ba- knuiCel and black
jack "as a hobby."
N m th e nictkels fIn a cel.
In. emfasibup that he atInI
S good at it yet
to put the on bot
CHICKEN AND RIKE
.q ~ I
Gramlich Santi Clara beach-cot-
tages. Electric iceboxet, gas stove
mde rate s Telephone 6-441
amboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with at
oceonview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rockgos refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffleboard. Paoro-
rmn 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.
Williams' Senta Clara Beach cottages,
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockga
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except
FOR RENT:-House In Parque Le-
feve, for information 12th Sth
Wo t No. 8, upstairs.
M RENT:-For two months.Ve
comfortable modern bungalow, 2
bedirams, 2 baths, completely fn
nished at Los Cumbres. Phone 3l
1581.- 3-0542. Emeste Valen.
FOR RENT: Furnished house,
bedroom, to gentlemen or respon-
sible couple. Phone 3-4462. From
4.to 6 p. m.
Twe end five rm foai -e
*011w11 ep1Wemet; pteaft -
ele*wd Mdm' 61106th Street,
Nwi eml. Telaphese Celao
FOR TTER USED CARS
Smeet 6 Paredes
BUICK and CHIVROLET
ATTENTION G.I.'s: Recently built
apartments: one, two, three bed-
Aoois, furnished; hot and cold wa-
ter. Telephone 3-4941, Paname.
FOR RENT: Unfumnid 2-bed-
room pqrtmnMt, ttwo beth,
tion. 4 .No. 32. Tl I
FOR REll: gmlurnih I
T no 3-0082.
FOR T: -- 1 family
FOR. RENT: Two bedragelli
urnfAtMlshed oportment at "I 3
ge," oil conveniences. Call
18, Panama. ,
room. Phon 2-144, AncoAn.T
FOR RENT: aro, fomfl
apartment on gte.d
seen m 9:00 'n to 4:00p.
FOR RENT: Smallper
FOR RENT.-S" ho m. -
S"ol( fumdw 1h
meals toe ntl
FOR RENT:. I
Vist Phar. s
45 4th 9f
ad 6l. Ji.me A
AMD LABIR SAVUWc
A SINQU njN
878 C-al Ave fal. Sl
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8 Os M~gtf trm stance
*: OO- At pirsde
i of the ValM o
10: n C and his Or-
:10-J. h o n y allU, U.A.1
11: r Nest
1:00 sa.L-.Un Oft
Teengwr, Banday, Mky 3
IQO anOn' Musical later-
8~ IB--RdV tles, U.S.A.
8 O-gymi 0t aQburchws
9: -,.. velrbaor Time
8 80-44nbSteludio Melodies"
t In la the tempo Of
ll:l8 [ONIO R MaNB'"
Dther Mg or~
*, O al e. .*
t 0u hae
Wa for Music (3C9) a
New Witness for OChrhtt
be Jo Stafford Show
Ve Very DW. AlbEt 51
asa and Symphoniy
mL -'* y ^
Cl 4 Pf i* Y, *e0 p- *
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po.: AtI n : ,MM N-O
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Snluded: a ."
Q"RO dd fus"ak quote on
.4 n of mar-
r!' make it."... is=.'N OOKi
.,shand HO Vl*Oop, y (UP -
S_. n to A'er D .,,r" ,,,in, which
Usd look like jaed label for weo they ws off the s green, al-
blows In o o C d do it.... though .ai exactly on the
SBo b's abobt the ,he i, the most famous lep iU
Sovie "The ahow business are back on a
fti ed at least movie studio lot
Ad hhe bet weenh t collected No, this I not a story about.
ame Betty Grable -- it's about Char-
c, ,J e're leg IIfr te lotte .o Genwood.
a s 80el The leggy .domedleane. whoms
S. e pins once nare insured for $50-
STed up Jeanne 000, is st&rdl around the set
There's tk of a. for another year, of "Dangerous- When Wet" at
on the tr- $ En gland to Metro-Goi-dwyn-Mayer with
St -and a' h ters r Gentlemen the same boqnae she showed
c_5lea GaT 1 r SAnita Looa' in her last previous work for
py. In r 1"entlemen. Prefer the studio, a 1M number ti-
hoypl0 ng 0 tied "Baby Mine". And this sort
r hoping be rruald l-I of fulfills a prophecy of Sam
SIRS.a eh o itaU .ftolew-up plc- Kress, a wamrbe mat.
of We o our. first lBss_ Like Charlotte was feeling ad
I .the annivera ''-ip air until m Vi will be when she get ready to pull up
Sat the h1 Septembur~,P says, "and .our su b"i oa his owl stakes after finishing "Baby
ahow s et better all then eteft otage de- Mine," and Kress, trying to
tme..I it on the 'tl. Be. revues. comfort her, told her, "You and o
movie idea It's demanded G irrs nme.6 to stardom your legs will be back here be- e
V I Cgry by our *@^' t mra 6 oat, BeDrlin's early fore you know it."
r stage mo leals. So, the first thing the actress
n-oe: did after repotUhg for her new
ne M oea tars 1. week tl Nn o"spotllght: role was tohead for Kress' of-
movies t u o rice, throw open the door, and
IAne sle r a s glit~g ammercial on the
B eaan g- show ven earsa- "Well, you were right, Sam.
Sor aver din-. wanting who's bn rret-dollar enter- ere we are. Back again!"
at- h Maybe the name of Oreen-
role- toe a ? s t money ~ wood won't strike a responalve
"heV.ll Ba r 41dook amui younger movie-goers but the
tx0 'thn and c hor among .some oVthe
e. t,,_Io ,Theater." s-lanky comedienne's legs have
Ver- ALAS O .been acclaimed on five cont4p-
NOW, Waggl tork. V r WouOtof America re- ents.
-.,'lder how other at t .. Iro to They first came to prol-
SaudaO~ Jr., d liVd #im- i w 'u Prepae, by R. E. nence when, at the age of 1!,
Hh p ..olly'viod Cochran, but thy ooperatingthey carried their possessor to
Wfai.t -four afteone stdio 100per'ent Peanlathe stu- a height of 5 feet, 10 inches.
a will dia's 3i versionn of the tome When they made their first ap-
Ini o erw rp starring Clifton Wdbli. The pearance in a chorus in 106,. a
Afd Vh. aeenm av deletesthe parts of stage manager saw them anad
It's the tt. te that Boy Scout chlef- cried, ''What are those?'
Stas fraud objectionable. Five years later they were
worth $5,000 a week any time
e ad hould they were shown on a vaude-
.,a-- Tre,,o .. WLll N.ThisWill Never-Do ville stage.
A iu. The sight of them being lifted
1. 4 'AlAy isfe es a M eOWN CIT, Miech. (rUP i, and scratched during a love
Sroutef t of a a aAnan tldburo r brok scene was enough to bring
T. e crrlm l to a took $90 from the down the house. Standing-room
T7atol al at the h gst, but didn't have the only audiences came Into thea-
,,"0on, 0 da ugh, Dean Miller of t TI.I's 0 through with the ters to laugh as their owner ran
9hma n 7. "2l e's One I theft W ft the money on the flat on the flobr and knees un-
leaevetkv;a1crWth thistno tet:0lAv ez People fell into theater aisles
They don'tt move quite so
"T ""tm bly"now, but these legs still
Jrrate as the world's ost fa-
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qn ol ice. Dr. James L. cort-
|uto. Jr. .has a third one-
"Corthaute' Children." He has six
LUFIAN GETS ROUGHED UP Keith Andes battles. 0.
ag desperado who has menaced Linda Darnell aboard th&
f Blackbeard, her captor, as she gazes spell-bound. An a
episode In Edmund Orainger's production, "Bl'ckbeard,
iratee" The RKO Radio picture, in color by Technic :,
tars Robert Newton and'William Bendix, with Thortn
featured and opens at the Central Theater Wednesday.
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waukee Knocks Phils
t Of First Place 5-2
By CARL LUNIQUIST
NEW YORK, May 2 (UP).- The transplanted
i _es from Boston, who wound up a weak seventh
4 National League last year, right now are play-
- as though they might finish up among the con-
aors and gladdening the hearts of their Milwau-
Last night at Philadelphia theyI
..iBa their third game in four
sttts on their eastern trip. top-
Ms the Phillies, 5 to 2. on Jim
Wlon 's six-hitter. Wilson also
gtt a home run as did sluggers
I e Adcock and Andy Pafko in a
o .0-hit assault as the Phils lost
their third straight.
SBrooklyn made it five straight
L and took over first place with a
9-5 uphill win over the Cubs,
while Pittsburgh made it three
in a row with an 8-3 victory over
Cincinnati and the Cards topped
the Giants, 3-2.
SIn the American League, the
White Box outlasted the Yank-
L10, 6 to 5, Washington edged St.
6-5. Boston pummeled
Cleveland, 8-1, for its fourth
italght win, and Detroit ended
aL three-game losing streak a-
gatnst Philadelphia, 7-3.
Peewee Reese borrowed Duke
Snider's bat for the second day
*and hit his second homer with
Sit to climax a four-run eighth
I Ing rally that gave Russ
Mqyer his second Dodger vie-
tory. The Cubs bad gone in
Stnt -.2 with three runs in the
two homers to pace Pittsburgh's
The Cardinals bunched five
singles in the second inning to
score all three runs and offset an
earlier two-run homer by Alvin
Dark. Gerry Staley pitched six
hit ball for his second victory.
Saul Rogovin cut off a Yank-
ee threat in the ninth by strik-
ing out Yogi Berra and getting
Billy Martin on a fly with the
bases loaded to save Billy
Pierce's third victory at Chica-
go. Nellie Fox drove In three
runs with a double and triple.
Rookie Sonny Dixon struck out
the side in a relief role for
Washington In the ninth as the
Senators won on an 11-hit attack
that Included a homer by Jim
Busby. Dick Kryhoski and Viec
Wertz homered for St. Louis.
Boston made five runs in the
last two innings to hand Cleve-
land's Bob Lemon his first de-
feat. Billy Goodman made three
hits and drove In two runs as
Mary Grissom won his first
game. Larry Doby's homer was
Cleveland's only run,
sow A1 w-v10 ,. .-. w w.Fw"
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Colon Bo Commission. ,
Cancels Sunday Fight CarJ<
Teams W L Pet.
Brooklyn 10 5 .0
Philadelphia 9 5 .63
St Louis 7 4 .636
L ,a BocSeniorS .b ea
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Milwaukee 7 5 .683
Chicago 5 6 .00 TUM' STANDINGS
Pittsburgh 6 9 .400 W OL P.
New York 5 10 .1N =0BW 1 0 1.000
Cincinnati 2 8 JO eca Bali 1 0 1.000
Cninna Canada Dry 1 0 1.000
TODAY'S GAMES Spetal TrO 0 0 .000
Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Abrak Iyeram 0 1 .000
Chicago at Brooklyn West Da 0 1 .000
St. Louis at New York Spt .ColA 0 1 .000
Milwaukee at Philadelphia G AM. ES
YESTERDA- RESULTS M d hy *. ,_
S H E Speal tops V Canada Dry
St. Louis 003 000 000-3 11 0 Va pr ola
New York 020 000 000-2 6 0 Aibrook rh Ta Spur C0la0
Staley (2-11 and D. Rise. Thyminda-y:
Koslo (0-2w, Wilhelm and Y- Optica a vs Norge
SG West Bank va Special Troops
Nitht Game i --- h
Milwaukee 102 001 001-5 10 1 Ne 9. Spur Cola -I
Phila. 002 000 000-2 6 0 M. Pitcher. in the person of
Wilson 41-01 and Crandall.. Weand, came to town and un
TMews 12-I. Ridzilk, Hansen dereoatd Spur Cola with a 9-0
and Burgess. whitewash Job which featured
h __ a neat one-bitter.
Night Game The fireball artist bagged
Cincinnati 000 001 200-3 8 2 ftoreOn batmen by the strike-
Pittsburgh 012 002 03x-8 10 1 out route. He whiffed every
Perkowski (1-1l, Smith and Spur Coi player at least once
poiles. and walked bdt three. The lone
Pettit ll-01, Helki, Dickson hit was of the scratch variety.
and Fitzgerald Dudley started for the losers
and -- -but checked out in the third
Night Game and was replaced by Rudolph
Chicago 010 000 130-8 8 3 Lynch. Dudley was tagged wiuh
Brooklyn 010 001 04X- 10 0 thededfat.
Lown. Leonard (0-1), Bac- i eM boataeo
D .W.I-i anti A.-ii I S EU COLA
lghth, two coming home on a Detroit ended a four-game los- Meyer t- Black and Cam-
who also Ing streak as Ned Garver. tagged Meyer 3-11, Black and Cam- 2
ingle2.by Toby Atwe, whoi nanelaH. Campbell, as 0 0
hit a homer and drove in four for homers by Eddie Joost. Gus pane aa.e, as 0 0 0
Chicago tallies. Zernal and Cass Michaels gave AMERICAN LEAGUE Graham, ef 2 0 0
The Pirates made It three up only three other hits. BobNie- Teams W L 0 0
trght for the first time since man paced Detroit with three New York 11 4 .33 S. Campbell, 2b 3 0 0
August of 1951 with their win hits. Cleveland 8 4 W73 C el, 2b 2 0 0
QW the Reds. Paul Pettit, the Cle-ehicano 9 4 .67 Ilte. l 2 0 0
I0pOl00 bonus pitcher won his YESTERDAY'S STAR B Chcago 7 Obala 3b 2 0 1
flst big league game with relief Pitcher Jim Wilson of the sn 2 0
help, giving up six hits before go- Braves, who held ithe Phils to Philadelphia 7 7 .500 Dudley, p 1 0 0
tiglaone drove in three runs with homer in a 5-2 victory. petrot 3 13 R188 --200
S1 TODAY'S GAMES
Black Samnbo Iriumphs wngNeW Yorka'GA,.to. C
Philadelphia at Detroit
In Labor Day Handicap oCleveland
--o -- Phila. 110000001-3 6 2 Am | |
lassy little Black Sambo, un- choice, returned $3.60 and $2.20 Detroit 021 030 Olx-7 9 0 Co m mission
der guirre, yesterday afternoon rac- ler between Bravo and Aguirre, ray. i i
ed4to an Impressive one length the former emerged victorious Garver (1-3) and Batts. t
victory over the hard running when Lady Martha nosed out N I J
an's ooin .the $375 (with Newbridge In ap ae o Nlight Game Ac 11
$100 ded to '.th owher of three-year-old noTn Aen. Boston 201 000 041-8 11 0 -
Elact b) Labor Day Hand- Thesecondary attdo was Clevelknd 000 100 000-1 5 2
Icap at Jouan Franco. I easily won by Miraatat. Grissom (1-1), Kinder and By Jeff
Outders DaUda P and Vala- win was the ird in a White. Last Monday, the Colon
ria ffoed the early pace with for the chestnut Lemon (3-1), Chackles and Commission held their we
Black ambo following a close son of Mim II and ar Hegan, Aylward. session at the Muncpal
third. Throughout the first half Red. He as also the third for- wha t sa rtn 't t p
Ain's Mo raced in fourth po- A uirre Testirda MIr Night Game e.. ..th e _e r '
ialtMon ta back while Portal w e tu te e i rztoats, New York 000 010 22 0- 10 0 and accusation b r Lat
tteaimeturned the mile In 1:41 3/5,
trailed. paid $4 $3 and $2.29, Chicago 010 202 lOx-6 12 1 commIsaon by a local
Nearing the mile post Black The dividends. Slain (2-11, Miller, McDonald, The promoter's o
Sambo took command and had FIRSTRACE nds Schmitz and Berra. about after the com
Went in reserve when Sun's 1-Villarreal $5.80, 20, 2.20 Pierce (3-1), Dorish, Rogovin invoked its constltt1A. to.
Moon made here move and drew 2-Campesino $2.20, 2.20 and Lollar. that a program preuited for
10 almost alongside entering 3-Lolto-220 -- encounter two m OI s aw
the stretch. All the stretch SECOND RACE Night Game could not be approod at
oChoiln ace Jose Bravo, up on 1-Proton $4.40, 0s Washington 004 100 010---6 11 1 time.
Bn's Moon, did his best to get 2-Manolete $24 0 St. Louis 400 000 001-5 10 1 ,
Vast the flying Sambo but to no 3-Tllin Tmin $9.80 1Sima, Moreno (1-0), Dixon It was a~o evidet at t
aTal. Black Sambo crossed the First Double: (Villarreal-Fro. and Peden.- meeting that promoters aw e
, line a good length to the ton) $11.40. i Blyzka, Holloman (0-1), Paige jostling or Uth June Ae. T.
STHIRD RACE and Courtney. president of tfe ffl ami
*'tbe time for the seven fur- 1-Don Orau $4 3.40 made it clear that '
l Sdistance wasa good 1:32. 2-White Fleet $7.40 this date will. i.K nM, .
._ _-_lambo, the mutuels "One-TWo: (Don- Grau-White to the.p po a .
Fleet) $4.60e. Stale (y) mated most veu0a""p. I
*B1 'FOURTH RACE I program. .
1-La Gringa $3.40, 2.20, 2.30 ...,ted .t Amon g -e i1
2-Biagual $3.60, 2 0 TALEY Mated SpoI Mu t ent at th
3-Domino $2.20 St. Louis AB B H 0 A Copeland, X ,
Quinlela: (La Gringa-Bija- Hemus as ......... 5 1 1 1 0 sports
lgal)$. Schoendienst 2b.. 4 123 3 dez and
FIFTH RACE Musial If-cf ...... 4 0 2 6 01Woodrf .
1-Black Sambo $3.60, 2.20 Bluko lb ......... 4 0 2 9 1 A sumIml *lai.
'2-Sun's Moon $2.20 Slaughter rf ..... 3 0 1 0 0 by the Olu. i
SIXTH RACE Jablonski 3b .... 2 0 0 0 2 all ro-
1-Goylto $8.20, 3.20 Johnson 3b ....... 0 0 0 0 trainers
p2-Nobbscrook $3.0 Repulski _cf...... 3 1 2 1 0 Commison.
*SEVENTH R ACE A-Lowrey If ..... 1 0 0 0 0
Second Double: (Goyito-Mon D. Rice c........ 4 0 0 l o L
Etoile) $121.0. Staley p ........ 3 0 1 2 4 f
[ 1-Lady Martha $11.20, 4.60, 2.40 Total 3 3 11 27 11 r
2-Newbridge $2.60, 2.20(I
3-Newbrighton $2.20 New York AB RH OA!
Qulniela: (Lad; Martha-New- Williams 2b ..... 4 0 0 5 4
bridge) $10.10. Mueller rf ........ 4 0 1 1 S
NINTH RACE C-Gomez ........ 0 0 0 0 0
1-Mirzatoats $4, 3, 2.20 Irvin If .......... 4 0 0 3 0; t- l
2-Newminster $8, 2.20 Thompson 3b .... 4 0 1 0 3 UP)
Piropo II $2.20 Thomson cf ...... 4 1 1 1ei righttem
Oi.e-Two: (Mirzatoats ,.." Lockman lb ......4 0 112 0 Kentuc
minister) $35.60. Dark as ......... 3 1 132 dayasa
I TENTH RACE Yvars c ......... 3 0 1 2 0 pectedto
'I1-Numbers $9.20, 3.80. 2.20 lolo p ......... *2 0 1 t100,000bea t .
PROOF-_Ralph Kiner 2-Miss Fairfax $3, 2.20 B-Wnlson .......1 0 0 0hr
the Pirates drops a col 3-8cotch Chum $2.20 Wilhelm P.......0 0 0 0 There was M.
e t ic cat e oF e.ie i Tots 33o"2 126 27 12 Derby finery
Wo teamae feTigeMo. Ir JonesScor sthe weather
by way,'q*,,,ax ofg f O O SC"f85 A-Hit Into double play for Re-
n akes r t rieb e- vpulsk in the&b. and no bo .
Reu ngeDecision C-dRan for Mueller In ph. The gates at
ES BA nC*(e er Jimmy He rringased
K* 4MN YORK, May 2 (UP) -- 3RBI:Dark 2.u3 m ,
a Ralph (Tigeri Jon es pointed toeo iko 2b.
E ViUn w t hi gher ranking in the middle- I. Darkto Led. hours
1 i weight division.s zht.
Jones, currently ranked No." 3I o "
the 160-pound class, gained
fia ssandWrini w. oever. over Herring last night in their and
troble M cast boua St. Nicholas Arena.
Litsaa, j;.eg tween te two middleweight
i P at :.and AuspPers. Herring had won In
/0 -am1n.W-m r~ t clash at a Brooklbyn ihi Boky
S.,"ths-- am ltat. n er N who weighed 1In
i ll t : I Mup a game fight in
uses 154-pound Jose.
4 0 2
4' 1 1
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The' 50 WPs pulled a s*ht
uset Wdmspday night as nS
eftal ed and Dob W-
la e l i ate fnals of tu. Fort
ie ortthe lat .o
carn *. Tournadu ur
oa ma o en en d
. .ouod dudl with the oub n
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aesshe plate'as a or-
Wild pltc witah a nan
not "salk a man. He
side Pd for the last four
inning. The hits came in the
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Proceeds Go ...Native Dancer, Corespondo st
To Fund For TurnedDerby tc
Poor M ,.E ,,..,
""nat t Na- do aevm Won atl mae
AbMNit Me: ra the Wood Me am, d three
lined the diehards Mave lnrs
prprlysnsrved, Alfredd a fronm hims ie d@a
C ~0 Vanderbilt's unbeaten Oet1, Nut Disy
I -5,P 31end d k and & q Dae
in.6ut et-o on Gulrprleti
Sl milebd Ln eighth It vwa not un Nati-ti ape-
In record and ar looked- like he san
3b, and We all nthe waytoimulmwm
aD wood, the ame dk- at the finsh
tanee In 1. I315, virtually turn- Jamalca that the
Swho t Kentucky Derby into -a were silenced.
9e1e n aw. Correspondent m N at
Aibh winellv eReapeopleB the Run therWest to put
for t meIR a duO betweenDerby draw attention toh
htw .gupt a e zmarkable unga,
rid. *dft.AkftVano' Na owner, Rex C. 211isw.
dermV oc aut Inth-
Wood, but his. hd wva made IT WAS IN the eariy
oruMiAup fegdlng the Drby when, that Rex ZUleworth, a
t1I-bo,-rou ne n cowboy, showed up
unif d rstacer at Cor, Keeeland Saleswiidi
Wil M.VW c, tthepo ot at toao-eightho up old truck h Uad SW a
_/_11_ pole in Lexington, Mrs. Gardod and chased six ma
7""Oulmberson's big and deep-chest- foil and two wealt fer
.. M thd bay traversed the nest fur- prices as low as 0.
of the fa In 11 flat. Ellworth, who at ths.atl
wit" T"Maknes. ws adArcao have pad horses I in" *a
S mlpnl that run to omder. They in business whom e m e.
,i~.ftt~i;i ..~m .' .-, :... can go to the front, be taken loal went o= to 'win
So ffte pace, and come froW It Wasu aIsw 1
K` behind, purchased era1 -r
Some suspected that should other side, include .
Correspondent grab Native Dan- which entered the iI ne-
cer and go with him, or vice land the previous1
Nf 81h". versa, the plodding oyal May Aga Khan R
IIClub Notes.Gemmiht on totake Although a
walb law.-4 It all. yreealld Green- touched in
vherr the .0 -- treeCa CapOt beingfooIIah ly plture son of
.' -Oo ,...=o....o.. .. don..- .o. -...
i .IONA TAPSOOT in 19 ,when Calumets un- and Thd the
.thal A CAN"L SONN CRMFM ownPonder pounced down on numerous
ft. 8 THE ndCAIPIT in front. ten asa
L- .two of a ve
leats 1 ito cop the Deubles and AlleaoJ ARIABO AND GUEIN wae Ehaled was
I N n= too smart for that, how- ear-old
lhis liga hts for t he sterling silver ATA eVWt, 4pecIally with one hore ollwd
...d. te an oot held on the Gasmba mu -and an eye on one Last yar,
d hit the bulley when is eres Their caref nrg wn M
ther -Yad; thedoubles; ad te:A- e to that Corre- ar ld,
In ie and IMO irv's booming 'l 1" .and Native Dancer 1obpeth
jo I trophies. Runnherup was Bill eaellderable left when the reorat
,Dws that his new Irap gun is made to oled real ria beg.tn, dar ed "
ehr hl a, b o--ld-timers talked of trom
S 'A racei, nolat all the wa.y .Ms a Iat v l,
go.* M that dosaO, aw. IIc hamp iM T. J. Tasain who won the tile iaoI tfirsttL ong. Ups C ao
bac ::d %!r. Sift.h -ado CarL A. Janson and Lee B. Carr i t nd Sir i n 13nM6d andtOde afr li SIe
+to .:Tedin., 4 fl o MW,,baon-who hE. recently Joined the trapheetlng down through l oia' War and CGr0s otem s -
Swho on o ne of ourbeat sportsman, came ir arton toebst
Pi.thlwM sobon-In10e002d49n A ping up with her u was and W AIMt f.: and Ahab 5-s'
Po tof the lad laouding Eleanor Until the Wo .there wa as e s he w.
bre. Witi out In the f 'S. d .nofdwte t-
its ,a.. o t ontettpo
B event "ns- he W ay and ha stotaulktveDanc- S
0 m ANNs, 0 eof 10 ab st yed with. Ditput.sd two birds or's br asto distance East Lansing Mik. -(Mfl)
"W OWdlimba o2 the As.Am. 9at 2 n Ld but wlat and to big fore -The rve
r t .l.a ..ea an a... .
It('IN rie lead for pidko four of the
r -*uz addi tot eh feor 4 a
OetW ran ,InO V a leon tui laelt I.. ro. d to win'It. Thanks or
"egefod found, tier. IOn
"fs rted st tholsme tep W d r tendeney to dip In the
eth paes. a nd a aWas hsaltt a he 4aM his usual par. Tough luck,
l rk -i -4"andeP op" Bandets wagarueh Iie ation
Ct., blew up cn. Club asiardn -but, Grad,-toiCons atop
n +, and, a =or ou .n CPU otihe.Fo.ld=n
a 1 7, al, .'r. dgnit d. p .,,
-ANMI*rWewee e O,
aeltok Ofaidto hetohep m outwith
enrit' r', nWe cant. .L J. Pea enough for
I Tied forth
g 01 ns.or an tmmthe lost and
ach. trun In every park last not n w to it that
A ntonio te ts tr
CoW of =I h.d an h-J pin s., AMd MUSCL
Sp.the shoot. Mickey Mantle. Gene Wm o elng and Y q
+ Z. -i.. .. *'4 sEasel Bay, and three games. Ber and Mantle ome
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pefetto1 sharpe. Even
d aSIl the shooters to the
the lSad the Cristobal Gun
'8t3Ete .1,uthat these awards will
U1entosm ChtIW support of the
a vse president; and Mary
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elegate. The utm-
Pd ik b to b 'the host for
l e the last weekend
Pays 2% Interest AumlaHy on Savins Acceunts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
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or other eourities.
deposis ore accepted thrq e
of 48 weeks.
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]OW PAYOFF Air Force Capt. Zach Dean (left) ot
Kans., receives two years' back pay in mMilay script im
Pa room in Tokyo. The money, due him Or time spot-In.
POW camp in North Korea, is handed over. by Capt. JcOBO P.
Kaufman of Detroit, Assistant Finance Dlrectoi of thOe FI r t
Air Forces. "
C' QRT AND AID Two POW returnees at Travis A4 z # e
bsa&1 Cajifornia watch a television program from their 14ttal
,rdmmediatey after their homecoming. At left Is Ptc,.DOaald
)C. \O IUotIlter, Mawa.Atight Is Petleobert W.FinBpia
--" aof MemablL. Ten .
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| CO FERENCE Newsmen move into Travis Air Fbrce
t.Cal., to get first-hand facts from POW returnees who have
ja d from North Korean prison camps. At lower left is
Jackson of Palestine, Tex. Speaking into a micro-
phone is Pfc. Raymond H. Medina of the Bronx, N.Y.
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.i.ps today abat
One man, OW. 4A1umu7
home hef after 4 la Be
fr om friends and .l4'F ..t
No offtdal would sa
one or both, of
shat te thel D
a lse to
very, ad ere
vance in Tl ky. .
There were 2 w m
an about at, e4 1
whether Ian tter a l* -oIr
ithe second flht. o
that the sws tRw agr *
tnl for the voit 0
talk to newas ,
me ams Je
viGray, and were haid the Chl
vanee CommnTokyo treated -
There were 29 walking wound- t
endY12 Utter pat aboard
the second flight. |
Only four mnen volunteered to U
talk to newsmoa. They woEo
Pfc. James J. dogan, Mbail-W
delphia; P e. George W. Ory
Jr., Ogden, Utahb Pre. Alexap-
der C. Luther. Toms Creek, Va.,
and Cpl. Pon Mitchel, Roder-1
field. W. Va.
Gray, a Negro, said the ChiL
nese Communists "treated mi-
Red Youti IMn
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N8W YORK, May 2 (UP)- ,
Max Ycung, leader of the Corn- chief
munist youth movement in the mM<
United States, was held on Ells fuont
Island today to face deprt- in ,
tion proceedings. IV .,
Young, 49, alo known as Boris cr
Richard Daniman, was arrested '1 ,.
yesterday and Oharged with be- be r' -
Ing "an alien! who advocated tr*
the overthrow by force or vio- I
lence or other unconstitutional with I
means of the government of the third 0
United States. Tot
District Immigration director im t
Bdward I. Shaug ashn y aessa
Young is the husband of Mary tba
Goldgall DaMiman who was 1th
fired from her teaching job by am1 I #
the New York City board of Ion
education for refusing to tes-
tify before a Senate subeom.
ittee investigatZng omm nm-
.e is the sister of ed Gold,
; present of the InterntionalW1
Far and Mather Workes U ion
(Tnd.), an admikea former
Shaughne deuss bed Youn
as Moscow's top-
yeath of Has
.bere. Young k U
la"lformwed a r
APIparatus of ZIYRgCt
eMUlst A !O to U
He was -boto
cow 0 Sage
said, "to ~lb A
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19 K S SINS -AtUlerst one I --ni persons crowd.e
=dM. DOw erk's Lasardl Aort 1) m ::me Pfc. Juav og. W
ftS&zn war prizccaer returnees to ofc *
W Lis his wife, andat lft his voraw ht.,J
; p-day leave, he will-enter land
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