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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01596
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01596
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Related Items: Panama America

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Airlines Are


Public To Noise

airline industry La collecting a
fund to "educate" Irate citizens
who complain about the noise of
low-flying planes.
The fund is used to send speak-
ers to club meetings, publish sto-
ries in local newspapers and in-
fluence state legislatures.
The campaign is aimed at
teaching the public that planes
cannot land at airports without
disturbing the neighbor hood
peace to some extent, though the
airlines are doing their beat to
cut plane noise to a minimum.
Wht, touched off the propa-
gandan campaign was angry pub-
lic reaction to the three tragic
air crashes in the residential dis-
trict near the Newark, N.J. air-
This was followed by a city or-
dinance at Cedarhurst, Long Is-
land. prohibiting planes from
flying lower than a thousand
*et overhead.
Thi would have made it prae-
tlcally impossible for planes to
land at near-by Idlewild, the
trans-Atlantic air terminal.
"How ca' we .land on the
ground wlth6ut getting below a
thousand fte?" anorted .one pi-
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Army Engineers

Buying Land For

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Launching Sites

WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP) Army engineMe
have started buying land around many of the nation't
major cities to be used as launching sites for the mnew
anti-aircraft guided missile, the Nike, it was learned to.
The list of cities chosen to be protected by the super*
sonic missile is secret.
But it was learned that the honeymoon city of NIM-
gara Falls, NY., with its vital hydroelectric facilities, "
one of the cities likely to be guarded with the rada.r-
contrdlled missile.
Fort Niagara, 10 miles outside Niag ra Falls, wea
reactivated recently, presumably as a Nike installation.
The Army has announced that airborne, fall back to earth after
Nike batteries will start guard- takeoff. For that reason, the a-
ing "principal population and rea surrounding the lae
Industrial centers" beginning platform must be free of ho F'
this summer, or Inhabitants.
It also conceded that installa- Bach installation also will
tion of a Nike battery-because quire a large area for th*s
of the large area involved-will of radar stations which
become common knowledge lo- missile to its target. '
cally. r In additiVanto s Mt m,
But It said pinpointAg te ct- sons, it Is good bu mi
.ties to be protected mrelyrMuld Army to keep ,iT '
laalhan Intelligence wrapa. -
6ifetema ate is eqaird If word -o t s
fat a Mike launching site. wants partciri for -
no-calldo d "booster hbttles batteries the Ar f I

=g pam.. c.* u an a.o -.afel ru ,,S.U T I ., NAr .a La s... -
'act public Ind action. which assist the rocket In getting prices will oar.
4)vft On-e o of b
hI r Mqea" Oatis Pale Nervous
So Geo into 'Strip'
Over in owir5 5 the, JAt
SQuartri aer To Show Judg At Press Conference
a staRe ovens a nd/turned we *
S- bryaw hl ryr't sought MINNEAPOLIS, May 16 (UP) NUREMBERG, May 1 (UP)- He said that during the
by hungry i t -A police aquad morals officer American newsman William N. months he was in Jail he hat
/W"s g At. e 3 e1 wriggled ble way through a strip Oatis declared today that he was neither a radio or,a newspaper
ael ..... SIn ,u othe u gn a aj~rng the Medi- teaser's repertoire in an attempt "happy to be a free man again," and knew nothing of what went
Sa er S ta y S It (U) Orpl onrow of hos- to onte a judge the dancer a few hours after he was reeas- on In the world.
re a n t t a "" of mdpa lnd e a arrested was performing ed by the Czechoslovakian gov-
lg e nk a 0"ofm6 dmical anda lewd deate. ernment after servi g 25 months He was asked If he thought
l the dt tr d g, Uan on lung, Jud Lther 81etten agreed of a ten-year sentence for "es- his release was the result of an
t b6masehis lw An l CBlod byfor any and f arlene La Bette Va- plonage." amnesty decreed by Czechoglo-
h Ie A~t for anW.d flid lrlene I& Bette Va- plonage."
.. A Ar .4 OGardqr, .d emergency whi might develop. rllo $421 vakia. he sid: know nothing
Si Appe ~ AS promised. Oatls told his colleagues, "I about an amnesty because, as I
Over In Coco Solo Naval Base Jake Salvan, a burly 43-year- am grateful to all who helped to said before, I get no news at
I #e curtain was-draWf. Bt- crowdAsoverrun the huge exhibit old r hman had arrested Miss gt me out of jail." Aswering a 1 n my cell"
ata came out in front of it d a~ reo and thfls ds lined the air arflo. charging that her question about the "confeson"
soufned he was- 8of7 distrip as hundrqde of troops from bumps an grinds routine was a resented during his trial, he He refused to express a
th show because of di the hAmy, NaVy, Marine Iorps lewd danm. oespinion on the i.S. govern
h. Impresario Lulg ReaL and AirForce phased in review. At. the girl's trial yesterday said "I would prefer if you read nttheoy that he had been
aaiy a, tv aloeimtor Leo McHale ask- the records or the tria. They condemned for carrying out his
-Se went back behind the On hiand to thrill all the little ed n to show the court speak for themselves. duties as a newmma.
rtain and, to a continue -cat-kids were the LCMs (landing ;iat he qtarved when he made
of boong and at. medium) which took on the ar ve d when he madea Oatis was pale and nervous. He Asked If he wanted to my
usped the altuation with- the L40 at a time for ullivan blushed. He then re- drank water frequently and de- anything about his Innocence
a en L des in the sea drome. moved his hat and coat and per- played his answers as i he was and his contsion, O s said,
ap(ringly aook and squirmed his weighing them carefully. "No, thanks," AaAif he knew
e s how was resumed IWter, Am at Albrook, planes circled 0g pounds through an Im- why the Czechs raed him, he
Satmosphere rematii San- the feld while those that were pemtversion of the standard Answering another question, answered, "Frankly, I don't
tTujnd for inspection did a stl e ar's art, he said, "about the methods used know." He thought for i mo.
tutanrtsaoiice business. After ew hesitating steps, to get my confession, I can say ment and added, "I am told that
Sr paid n Blen saved the red-taced Sul- they were efficient and ade- a letter from my wife tothe
.eat It wos va. further embarrassment quate." He did not go into de- Presient was n
t.M .got l $1,'.m t -lr- alboa Tides sa a Id" further shimmying tails, factor."
ae that to would not be necessary.
$10, did not. itil 3iga Low plemn agyd the $100 sen- Asked If he was mistreated in Oatis said the treatment he
eI :44I a&m. .......... 12:22 am. tence 3 daia-to give Miss Va- the Czech jail, he said, "n, no received in several ori ons wa
S. Y: m p.m. ........... 12:43 p.m. rallatimo to appeal. they didn't mistreat me. not always the same, but "
.._ _gen.ral they treated me good
~A newsman asked if he would

r Jury s Lunge Through Hotel thavighe
9u5kahW Jury's LUIge IhOh Hotel er to wait until I get hamn gM

erwear Stops Sex Murder Trial'Trick OrTreat'
V, N, WC.. Ma 1^ Ahe court feels that this fla-_ elevator on the third floor, he when one asked another to take If your little girl coie
ilrunken partrant il*iUon of your duts' md he saw tour or five men a drink and the latter refused. to you last night that she
were Isho g unp shed." sL jurors coming In the ensuing distirrbance saw a red devil oem
It foh of the hall. Lamm called for police help. with tail In the Anee es
l e to a tr ht rocked this ah ws staggering and one Mrs. Crocker's trial e mar- Office you needa't it
I te o a section which cali 1 hi head hurt," der charges prmably wold down to too many
who a capital ofUe "He was curs- go to the bottom of the court When she amd the
Albegl W JLror all pmc, ( A clothed only In calendar. evil was playi ta ye
Sa W: loAthe." 11 could beS lieve te.
k 0104 ht to s alMtt Sd that all the jurors The frail 30year-old woman. Along with the devi we
gol j -M "a't aWm. divr tager "a* who sobbed out her story of her diverse creates plated WA
hE grems inlinW. 0 husband's seiaal degree P'hur- hatted like kids ne SIer
S- day, said after the lstarial was Halloween. laseh ma he
snM'' o- 'J. M. Thompson of announced: "One tie ti bad e- tin can hung Iaresd hJs a
B n4eln rity then testifed he enough. I hate to have to go for the "trick r ea' me
to Bo the hotel because through with It ey.
So a a 4 yellow iaty officer She had t edthat her It was all prt f aK '
S1 a to restore order, husband forced to have In- dan Grotto Inition
I t a were still in the tereours with right after wound up lst might Ia
Sl b arrived, he said. she had an pe on, that he ty at the Theater GuM
V w i ,jn "rad her that he re- heke In An ,
'AMte o &the to6 sex acts. The Q te Ins at he
Sof. t sablete on one Her dtene was that her hus- fun departmesmts of the a .
he b teiewd waere bd's adiX a nv her to selnak .rde,
buaorau y during It has Me s erls aeftes
a- %t ;- =wh e Swift. bee am is the -3
tae treat '. s. .vIsm-. the
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SClaims Rations Now Better

srsiri rThan In Revolutionary W r
Harry A. Wise. Third Infantry
Division soldier from Spring Mills,
Pa., taken time out In his bunker o
for the best-balanced meal ob-
tainable la can.
The U. S. soldier- dining on hundreds of delicious oos tfoods- ED ro TrS i NOT :
is the best fed fighting man in the world. this article, specially the
empoyment of sush ten aR
But this wasn't always the case. d. l c it mue t .a .,"e
In the early days of the Revolutionary Wa r, his fare was "re"d "*s t"e o''' t *
mu of the Army news femtmm
monotonous and often unpalatable. In addition, he had,to t eT
. Iood resturunts ln whleh to
be his own cook and baker and sometimes even his own e from Amuy ,ookin .h
butcher. drds of t. o. f.reh vo.
General George Washington's Army had neither cooks tb sndfrutsnt the prt
,ofPusan every week

nor bakers, and cattle were driven along with the troops and Arriving by plane and e-
frigerated ship from the UI
slaughtered near the camp. united States and a the
food 1: speeded by rai to aol.
"Cattle marches" were necessary because the Army of- diers st pe frontine and in
.r area&
ten lacked salt or any other means of preserving meat. Many o the vegetables a
thrown on tego feams oparetd
A ration-food allowance for one person for one pork sausage links, salmon or y ronmy Q tarmstpered
tuna. by Amy Quartermaster-corps-
day-was issued uncooked to each soldier. Elimination of other undec personnel near Tokyo.
It was up to him to use what culinary skill he had sirable food reduced to Although originally entirly
the number of items in the hydroponic, the farms today
over campfire embers or in a crude oven made from dirt new B Ration. use both regular Sol flSmtd
and rocks. New foods included improv- and hydroponic methods.
ded dehydrated apple, craa Of the farms' combined 0
The fist U.S. Army ration-fixed by legislation in ee mil, otto acres, approximately ia-
1775-cona d more than 4,000 calorie but included and chicken de re s now e devoted to
New dehydrated eg we droponic cultivation, main
this plain fore: better tppred them probably t
16 ou s of beefwith an proce which water farms" in the i
16 ounce of Hour makes them keep A Five acres of the ,ydooiua.
16 oun of floThe Army now a section are under glass.
16 ounces of milk nus -covering S-day peri HYDROPONICS
1 quart of spruce beer (a fermented drink made od,- with the improved
Ration. For use I
from leaves of the spruce tree) rde, they ae oi Hydroponic culture --cultiv-
.A g . -m e a atrrr ation of vegetables in water
8 ounces p . idy fo m sergeantsr .nd sand or gravel- wua dev
1.4 ounces of ieo for new Ide eloped by the Army fo
.0686 ounce of candle "wh at t k f qr.t" w e weather or a cedi-
ZENOBIA MAY 15 ditions make. normal cuilva-
.1830 ounce of soop.t on cult or impossible.
.4200 CALO) ES Although conditions Into Ja-
in 1785, the "spirit" of the bars, each containing 600 cal- 42p CALOIES p at the close of World
time wa reflected In a new. ories.The menu furnh approxi- ar tn made hydroponi
addition to the soldier's ra- It never wat used as a day's he mens finish approi- We arm adsable, shropon-
tioa-four ounces of rum. food allowance for a soldier, lately 4, 200 c ha n ng methods have been
.jut ) 1832 liquor disap- but was issued on occasion to per- day-4 m that p oved enohave bes e t
pear from the soldier's of- paratroopers and other sol- prescribed by the Army ur- poved enough hince that
cial diet and was replaced diers on the move. geon General for an active ol- bt on can
by coffee. Army research in foods con- de. n l ben ed. ton
. tinued during the thirties In The hiahlhaorle content i, be ued.
U.S. -soldier sp e w1 l .4ewfant ne rq utre bpr -oops o
under theW tension of active
Th, jfamos staple of Ar- top-quality loods for every aundert. Tesmena hover sr Jaae
my a e bea-was a occasion. combatThe ens hwevernd
re *food'on b arrals' These studies resulted in the can be revised up or d6wn to era ldsrAied heroi ol
aner tables everyhere b introduction of several new meet requirements of changing dm trained 1n +ydropo1 C
lat, hinp eh t seo was rations, first used early in climates and battle edt fmin hnic mqu
aWtwo eeae of World War I. Most rsldiem n r the two io n KJ
___ arbfe eating daily at leastt two
HAPPY EVENTS hot meal fod rt both pan were established in Au-
stimeArmy officials Rations A and B. The fresh 1gst. 1964" hydroponic sec-
adde a dsh of gar Most soldiers experience at food ceaes ,fr the United to have produced out
and and a little vinegar least three happy events ev- State an Aray orated 40,00,000 ( pounds of vg-.
to the -eef and flour diet. ery day -breakfast, dinner farms in Japan. tables each year. d
.le War Between the States and supper. VC0BAT produOcdhy .
saw potatoes, pepper, yeast Fresh vegetables and fruit, COMBAT po tao e a osw n by oquala
and hard tack anoed to the tender meat, generous pieces culto those g wn by. or- uia
- ood list. of pie and other delicious The Army has a number of "c-
iSe Civil War ration hit a foods -heaped high on their systems for feeding combat Them g s theb Army
new high in calories -4,172- plates- make pleasant "ad- troops, either for stable situa- L pa"lUn Mdme att to-
d was the best Army food ventures in good eating" for tons on the battlefront qr for matO rdShs .e aer,
a anceup to that time. Armymen. troops on the move. Ii, pep, Chi
However, soldiers often went Under one of these systems, meN nd eg plant.
ungry because supply lines Field Ration A -served at the kitchen usually is set up The hybronl 7y per-
Were evred. all Army installations in this in a tent just behind the front. mite fster n than soll
F g men never develop- country and at overseas pets Meals are prepared on a port- cultivaton use the tem-
ed-a e for hard tack, where refrigeration is ava able gasoline field range. peratur of the water ted to
and It wa dropped frdm their able- is made up of aboui At "chow time" troops who the s theme dai
menus during the panish- MO Items. can leave their positions go to can be OtIld.
AmericanWar (1898). Also First used in World War II, the serving line in small groups. Control ofpat diseases al-
aroundthis period, canned it Includes fresh foods like An insulated food container a res i vei simple because
eef first a armed in sol- those sold in every super keeps meals hot for soldiers who the pravl e1 adly sterilied.
tlers' mm pe market, m t stay In their foxholes be- The system qulres control
Also early in World War I buse of the battle situation. f the imotand tye of
JERKED BEEF the Army began to use the One type of insulated con- chemical Ui'0 for fenrtller.
B Ration -dsligned for large tainer is an aluminum box a- The minute a refrigerated
The Army's first emergency group feedings In combat brut 21 inches long, 10 inches food hpl-ims into Puan,
ration -adopted in 1907-- zones where no refrigeration wide and 16 Inches high. Army TrCation Corps menc
as adapted from the Indl- was available: Carried to foxholes by jeep stWat to u ,the cargo.
Sna' and Mexicans' food pack- or truck, it weighs 14 pounds D ne on I
'e of erked (dried) beef The 118 food Items in this and keeps food warm for 12 Du te ad oe of-
and pinole (parched a ration included many of those hours, even when the mercuryflrWr fve enli
ud wheat por cor). In Field Ration A, but they stands at ero. men o rm eterinary
The Army's modiation of were canned instead of fresh. A mobile kitchen Is used to Corps a thelet-f
these "delicacies wa on ey included canned meats, prepare l erve food to sol- t me and other
ed b and parched cook- canned milk products, can- erted -x truck equip- rm the proper
thbee" e and parceheed rook-y5 ie te oe Ice t petes t ao r ture e a ?v e thep
nedoandddehydratedrultsand Pod pwittr a portable coo figea. istondand
Swheat, sweetened with deh l e portable cooking ntl me-
chcolate and earned with vegetables, powdered ml k stove. ... :ftad 'to.S S f I r
lt and pepper. and powdered eggs. Addt e qS I pment and an I the proper
-WORLD WAR I BRATION trailer. ""
,The kdteBhen driven right After the food is transferred -
SThe Wod rld War I solder had Shortly after the ,ommu- up be t thle fighting line to trucks, it Is healed to refri- C
Sta mch-improv o -det from nists invaded Bouth KLorea, ba hte mr are se served ert bosses in ath Pusan
the standpoint of both nutri- new and improved B Ration Mtmmlul hot food. a o forstle.,until need- I
tion and variety, was turned out by the Army Thes efficient systems o r ed. Rfrigeted bors ten
The 17 basic items upon hich Quartermaster Corps. feeding soldiers insure the man carr to ted t troops
'the garrison raion wasbased Army food eeaehors toe- hearty meals hb needs to help" o y trp |
ild ma psod out hash, stew and most keep him phyically fit and b800 g hie
nluded met, rit, e- other chopped meats. ued boost his morale. suppld
tables, coffee and evaporated Pp vry day ovqr
nllk and made up a well-, durin the prev itou 10 as VwTBL o aiy
aacedarepied them with 11 VEGETABLE ith a s m ci oa y tor
In 1925 the lst of basic dlffrent kinds of better ith only
'fod upon which the gar tatn lld mats and fIsh. U. 8.' soldiers In Korea are hospital inrg
rson rations was based w Thee included bacon, corn- eating lea.igrseen vegetables answer
Increased frm- 9 to ed bef, beef and gravy, boned just ss-*r si those served thal I
The t --whleh was chicken or boned turkey, ham on t to d
ed seval time. d chunks, luncheon meats, pork bock rar
ext .i.n h and gravy, vienna sausage, The r my ending hun. .i o
Secluded isious k lads f + sehe, tt or .

sad tea. snd a eeoms
Also during the wenoties, *1

outce of it was introduced in the
the Armour Ration.

This food Sallowance also in- a
lu~dedameat, i breadand*aa
granula ntated soeAUtof
ftthi stmonemergency4
Dr vmsIO the making I922
Sf). It was made up of, wm it4
lso m chocolate., s $OW '
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"It a w am,n eit high-
Kartht' on heeled shootf when dle' ac-
gtrLm bank costed, she's beom at" Dm W -
I ai 2r 11- Lve Jamias TrautaMe jto .ea-
ip Bros.y .ohn 1lb ., Obdwd -
tive In the bumren, aid omen
of plastic leaving buses, treetcars or
m into show- trains at night adoM d tak a
pten hose good look At peop who get
I f b arm- off at the same t
1t1 prob- "If it looks like u're being
made of the followed, get back W Reinert
and one The bureau maid ome wonm-
a sheet en have devised thir own
U the weapons. Such.as one who car-
h the rie a packet of pmr In her
re-purse so she can hrow it In
,nt wall the face of any ma.lL trying to -
easily to accost her.


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for It.y t plans Thomas B. Costain.
to bring t the pub-
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o PF. van Wyck Mason..
409S0gooto an.4.leave EAST OF EDER
Sthenot John Steinbeck.
wormry- eupe ot STEAMBOAT GOTHIC
auht unt t closes Frances Parkinson Keyu.
t tor (ontrols,
th Inc.). "'ANNAPURNA
As soon fa** l s a grid. Maurice Herzog.
Or a the mneri d he THE POWER OF POSITIVE
H e.e er- vo.|K901- wfthther
Ing colon a t<* O ten- o~m a EdeA dre, the THINI"
08 Wt wjdew facay. Norman Viencent Peale.
,n tesepaste rious '~ ei de m has a de- THE SILENT WORLD
o. serene natmiweofre- vice that Et" u iUe tops J. Y. Cousteau and Erederic
fle a eon rentt,& aRere frame and w lowk with' the first Dumas.
Where the arwst, Uhm de Ko- dropoM ,- THE HOLY BIBLB
Sing *as able to M hls The fa&ar Meckety-lack of Revised Standard Version.
tultl Memyi the railroad maUOk mny soon be THIS I BELIEVE
*--#W Meesnyl platng t aubdued tune Ed. by Edward R. Murrow.
due to Oa & rub-
Seeping Seodogs abb erc Childhood Problems
WillNot Bitse u M"ll 'i natr Affect Marriages
S ot irl to te life ot ral`
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T] 1. lr (*tL L _bL Emotional Immaturity is the
trS?1OD ,,1. (D') -C M) k mata cause of marital trouble
Sdelt- Je h ruled according to a survey of social
t.h "Let s.ep .Wag Prfesr5 workers taken by the Univer-
na me; o oappL e to saiy of Mlchigan.
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Awards, Movodo Watches are
famous since 1885.
MOVADO Waterproof Watches
are unsurpassed in performance
("as safe as a turtle in its shell")
and their sturdiness is attested to-
by Bill Bodders, Congressional
Medal of Honor Winner, who has
used a MOVADO in his profession
as Mtiiv*tmr, of the Panama

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adlt cblood rebellion into
adult l P l
Steps listed as necessary for
a case-worker to follow in ter g l
solving marital dfffidulties:
1. Establish a bade under- hp'se filled wth bre
standing of the problem.
2. Bld up .the peron's trust IFel-wm eep ld rag he mes
so that he will take criticism.
3. Make, him aware of his tep "r wedM hme Ibts n ew.
behavior. P. & Casfleds. t the right etuel
4. Help him to seek the
sources with which "to remedy
the situation.

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This prospective bride and groom have just picked out diamond
engagement ring-wedding ring' combination. They chose gold
(most popular this year) in one of the new miracle setgs that
is planned to place enough gold around the stone to build t up
and make it look much larger. They paid a budget price.
N:,W YORK-(NEA)-If you don't know the carat size of
sra one of the many girls who the ring they' buy. But jewel-i '
will trip up the aisle this June, ers' reports indicate that the !
hbe:".; what's going on in the average size of these diamonds! I
wedding ring department. Per- is 20 points or one fifth of a
har you'd like to know what carat.
a r ng should cost, what the! Prospective brides and grooms
mn: popular metal is, what usually pick an engagement
t-.e trend is in stones. ring in one of the new mir-
acle settings. These settings are
PlUtinum may be the favorite white gold or platinum around
retal for engagement and wed- the stone to build it up and
".ir rings on Park Avenue but, make it look much larger.
t,tr rest of the country pre- in:
..-: ow .. gold.. That's what Rating next in popularity is
couples are buying in the traditional Tiffany setting
VOW A nation of June, wedding. ,This is four-pronged, in white
e young Americpns are or yellow gold'and is preferred
.ting an average of $150 by girls who won't want mueh
diamond engggment-wed- Imetal around the stone itself" l a r W se rviedm ways
4 to the jewelry Academy. stones in them this year. Tae rneef b 1. -Iits right place. She !s lt
Over 0' per cent all en- demand for diamond-encrust- rtran ctimirieWlaai rtles dKs he s
mvent and weddlug rings ed wedding bands has grown it th5at way -si-irle tob s
ld in ets. steadily, thus replacing the For tennis or any ether active she wears her hair brushed akbe plce, .
More conventional plain gold' back smooth again. but wadIes by brushlin the ends together exauWed by tli
Y t,.h rings are bought at the or white gold band.
s '.ie but the weddingi o BY ALCIA WAaT, and afterwards brushing as eto The welil-o
e-i -en is held over on a' This sentimental survey also; NEA Beauty diter The MaddiUon of a barrette ay u.a favoI
I plan until the da y reveals that there's a definite! bo a aid. jlg, beoe t
; ne*r, upsngin the number of dou- Young girls generally ar It hair content I l
of these couples shop ble-ring ceremonies, which be- the loose and tumbled looks l it may beto a rub
I engagement ring on a came popular during World that, year-in and year-out -4n t'at case you .tg
basis. Many of t h em War H. they claim the bo, prefer.M It thInnedI% This wfM d 11
.....- -. have their wind-_wept cbhamL elaler air you to at t, ,
A A a a A A!But there are tie a plaeme thu d j4 d 6

--, l..t .- /J / J f/when these locks must, in same fall oits "to fr, "
---= -- =way, be tamed. cau e the _sg_:_ette t" iig
?w --Taking daisronp
To get out the acisors or achpol or St .
permanent-wave lit every time are mW wotat' 6
Blming Troubles on Others 0u1 ais occso ure,,o ol.I,|
would be'h ig Mpetica your eyes. Yo u 'hold, It,.,
But you mi D onhand back secure lt ,
B u08 8 5 O UY 0 M*mOt t .o^brnhV : 1l
Means "ou Are-To Blame tI ton IT C WoFW ..,1

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fSELF-PITY is perhaps the most destructive of all human at. the same ti te,; aVlg rn t
S .diWrders," says a prominent physichn in a current magazine ar- glamor'of their vry ow. hobby p _____ ... t t
That Is certalaly borne out by many of tie letters that comp Youe" pro bly. seen iMWt
f to this column. Especially those from housewives .. -. .- P llttl-ng .
=..;*: As a group, housewives must be especially susceptible to selfw r it lf har dit et t. n ncan3 aLddc P ', M.aw
"r.pity. tge of wir. fh a .wa ts
They have such a variety of reasons for feeling sorry for otryz ed. ef thar i s .
, themselve& te an ;M t
Mrs. A feels sorry for herself because she has to put up with reaction and yLu ou' wat t
S '~impossible" in-laws. to take when combed. out you
Mrs. B is wallowing in self-pity because her husband doesn't won't need, any such barbed-
4 show any appreciation for all that she has done to help him. wire fence to cortal it,
Mrs. C feels sorry for herself because she is so bogg"c down Waves, properly p ace d,
by housework.and tied down by family responsibilitles.that she should stav up by themselves
feels dull and uninteresting. when brushed by first revers-
SMrs. D. feels like a failure and blames it on her husband's ing the direction of setting
taking no interest in his home and children.
V The list could go on and on for there are dozens of complaints P FI
4* that crop up in letter after letter from housewives who are U N
weighted down with self-pity.
Though the complaints vary, the letters usually have two
things in common. The writer blames her unhappiness on an. Before you pay' for a piece
V 'other person or on an intolerable situation. And she always of furniture, hate the sales
wants to know what she can do to change the person or the man .'confirm -htir oral stats-e*
V action, never what she can do to change herself. ments as to the kind of wood
"o if you think someone, or some situation, Is making you and the style. Ask fer written
m* : :able, the thing that is actually licking you-is just plain self- statements which will protect
V pit:. y"n If you find your merchan-
If you'll stop feeling sorry for yourself long enough to get a dise- is not as it was represents
V good, clear lopk at, your problem, you can probably work out a ed.
: solution yourself.
i t eut you'll never work one out if you would rather feeL sorry Before buying a chair, turn
r turself than be happy. It over to see if the frame is
S-- well joined with tight-fitting,
glued and screwe 4 corner
Ia/ Wil!go ,., ., A St blocks.
So'" f With genuine mahogany, the
i th w 7reams,"light a dark areas of the .I
feWood interchange when viewed[
...m.itoatom ~v "picture wood," of
ten musedon television cabinets,
the light and dark areas are
Always the same, -regardless of
the point Of observation.

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Before you can start a var-,
nioshoni Jok be' sure your sur-'
face is free from all grit, dust,;
roughnesses and any wax or
oil. It is possible to varnish
over shellac.
Velveteen is washable but
must be handled carefully-'
avoid0 twisting,; squeezing ori
Scrub coeerete surfaces, sueti
as cellar flos,: porches aa
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fbQIG V UI fS, recbe brings maeherhm.
lcomplMmerts company.
G any ne ,. Mr. o r-. "mt a your-fo
SbeBc-laivored w butter the Safoprints differ fr
h be -,,Ma1 lnventerw ortuo greatest crcy loa, but Mis be Mr and Mr. Will Va else, your
U lturblo t thi U of serv- l Aden, Jr., of Ostun, were a-
leave In Um jor w to.,

oe'mbp w devoi- Y blpnts in it mon, the passengers sa i l I n g is ind viduai and persesiaL
.4' ayesl o devola .18 some up forath smrn '8lice one sh st i~ n nice Saturday for New York. They
St to a and de mentor thick lices "Then will it Mr. and Mrs. William our plan for restored
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018. a', ,tlrthe you're ready to make the A. Van 8clen, Sr. at Bayside Is individual and peruoep1.
S bll "'l lea spread." Long Zaland for three weeks
created_. dZa.mIplary Melt 514 eup butter (1 quar-, before going to Richmond. Va., t gve Ors w
S", Dal ter-pound a, plus 112 an- for the gradbatlon of their benefits of new hearing.
,other quarter pound). daughter, Mrs. Lee Van den
e -Lloyd, froMm Richond Profes-
.;.etrate Herbs A44 lonal Institute a branch of 'T
s, ised the x. the the College of William and
toe worM dh lssr Mix Iogether: 1 or 2 tea- Mary. They will return to the
nt rea k ,u., dl ansd spoons finely-cut fresh e lve; Isthmus on Ju1 13.
Juan dsi sM. ", IOh of the 1 teaspoon dried oregano; i - An -
lsk teaspoon dried sweet ball. M Vsliters reltirine
----- teaspoon dried parsley; IX tea- Mrs. Jn Brown and son,
petaean *spooM n raeemazy; 1|2 teaspoon Stewart, of Margarita, were over
eealact e. might at the Hotel Tivo1
Unian woersi av reiill90to11l. fh8.D. t

ir en butter melted re- night. They were on
,e up ProfeSSor 4 move from heat, 6nd tr In the Pacific ide to meet Mr.
oreumaheu A grarbs. spread at orm ona of who arrived pon
or N e w v et o t be s iea t o e te r a bu siness trip to the
(*34 Mv.. ~ *1. h-tched .el( --hors 10 tIeorbdther ao Ufor ape orplac
oCareail b"mbee new v n has cover-ig over it tia t
to "loae-theneia d V .Mi the hish- Cheese hdisU iJ
VllnL ; t O ad oos 4nenorthckslce,"si Wai.,Thn il vsi M. ndMr. ilia O'P

a .-.. ,, t., .b .a T4 W, Plama ,M.t. --.-en M(7- TRAVELLING IN THE STATE?
~y p luwdz 1imiy. wiges te lm. a~s ~ultt~i amee b tai~tie-by vultures.Plcinmdrtoen(7
adlhat,-he.you'eready to ,theA.d ha, n. h to 400 degreS) 15 to 20 mtn-
bulld6r o h1es.-Urea." ,L a -a of rof uteer or till bread Is lhot w
nil.,cr.lu:,e,;. ., WE1 .
ta through and crust is beginning
atlon wh .oe a tcet brwn.tI In5t ottr of aa ra. ...
aklon wihthColg' t .. ne new olI _ll eer a French pilot, Bere the brlad hot.
tb eAe......vTeMxtte "Toucan Iot n -erba r 0.T us, Train, or PlaneTic
4 4oa n ,6doAd sand plan te ou ,iuf res Do' s u snJ-"

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r. *, :',!1 ess o ukee Mchledda c4Wheese iwO e NerteL~ir ~6
EenbWE emes.ut vilbe Teleheuses Pausmi: 2.466 2-16Z 3 16

A"and at e'a od arnd i st edt p i an u.drep tea NOW AVAILABLEa
W mjii'aes uti sub-eAglspe onlmeatmhs it oppid chr 12 edarcesponSe. at fMraia eeoe
ty aondlsing andbake asiirected-n IlNOWaVAheHte ILALEo

the to, be Lp Use -a little mar-
Sb!i ed. ..E"e malstboe mixed with buttere- On direct Canal Zone Delivery
rigideath, whops g t heldbull wiell smead of the cheese. or wde
SP Is Moore eNt of the TamW hopped uhts, hoSey and but-
taie frbA.SA hlio pteor.tbusinesstripeto th

et friend'or some reasonn" she said,
Mr .wir"TeWand@mapped out "theWe stocked biscuits bac&aat erll& aO
c campaign. Packet~ better thsaf the single ones and 9AJI
N".= ,NAuiter whdlh he pilots are tendererotsap ol."p
; as n taxl. Finest Guality $ilver Plate
CRAMPAGN.JIL (U,?)- A a her wl e litr ped In Oves Yfi etiblpan.

hinglf o a eatalonslie n6 piece -Tea and Ooffee Service
Hoy-an Don the Aanter He M.b oi robeck raheel cooks
e I-gauge doble fresh tables top e stove consistingof
age meetanm.galllaot gun, nd, with sanyzqre ~- prefearrling to bake
cat.Itead, uchinl Tea Ppt Coffee Pot
hey rt-&soon caught up Is iebher favorite company b soul Creamer
.l me only to f ire one Ash ucchInl thoroughly, Wastn Sewl pSd
BmiGOe, otPo 1 etch sd sle," rtsto 400 ad cut eH trs) t end. "5 2r
a tdtamy-, inebutorI till- bre. ad bains

't was a kill. A is b~htter, ~t about *2nIEi
eagle went down lsppnus of r in the
thruganc-ustIsou covergni
wIn nortobwS Vlayer
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L' o aCo er muannhe a bb
bit0*: aFoven (3 to s350) for .'
P.t, firet half D hour the
before hoisti iinke as I'fItI weren't-
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-You Sell'em... When You Tell 'em thru P. A. Classified

Leave our Ad iith one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 --"H" Street Panam "
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n -

Lewis Service Sal6a do Belleza Americano Caritoi Drug Store
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 65 West 12th Street 10i0M.elhndU Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n .- ... . .t

Morrison's Agenca ernacional ide Publicaciones Pr' S. A. Mils., er, 2 w 8:-. a
SFourth o- July Ave -Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 z=4 and 2 -2798 9 4:), ,

Household Automobiles Do y. b a a lia Gramlich Santa Clara beachcot- PROF ES$"NALi
Hou-Wri. Al..~Wrie Al-rM. tages. Electric iceboxes. gas stoves.
FC'ALE P-,rn tr.....e. TODAY'S BS-T BUY 2031 Ames. C". moderate rates. Telephone 6-4411
N A U I U I C K DR. WENDEAK. medical Cni. Gambol; 4-567. Pedro Miguel.
eb rSMAOOT i PA RCDES Central Avenue. K Street com rPllipsi. Oceanside cottages, Santo Anot Nov. .Nw .
phone .Telephon0e2-3479, Panama. Clam, Box 435, Balboa. Phone A
OPPORTUNIT FOR SALE. 1950 OldsmobiIl 2- Panama 3-1877. Cristobal 3-1673. RZVQOLUTIONARY 3
ODERFIeL- door Futurornotrc Perfect condi- This is the season to plant trees. -4.
"For C -. .. f I t n. ,o e n 3 0 mie. M ay we he ip you with your garden. FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond -ND
og ar. T. .. c e r 0.. . one own Per r 1 0 4 md. ng problem' Santa Clara. Completely furnished. 2
Rd Te 30.00 Mr Perr 094 Amdo FLORICULTL'RA NATIONAL S. A. Rock Gas RFfrigerators and Stoves. PRESSURE SPRAYER '
AL.E .. grc O---r .- Phone 3-4987. No. I Calle 90. Son Bring your linens. Phone Dogmyar s
r rch. end ob FOR ALE -1931 Four Door Che- Francosco. LF.ndscape gardening, 2-0170. f o
C lteer ,Q*od cIe H-i.I rC't E cchert condtr an.-" C'r4 b" garden ma.r.lenance plant nursery. Wirliams' Santa Clara Beach coattages, a & Garde.
d e jI /. br e.~ or.. tee Call FOR COMPLETE CHANGE OF 2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockgas A SXING O
IC- -. e g:.i*,c o TODAY'S BEST BUY CLIMATE ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except COL TELY CO
L ,- Cf. ro .: IS WITHIN THE COUNTRY IT'S week-ends. ONL.Ac~.:
-an attitude of 3,800 fee in Be- FOR RENT 279 mNov- goa.
...d. .r AL -- De Lu .. qu t te.e air-resort of the Chiriqui A l4
L T udcor iinr. easily reached by daily Hoqies i' i:tert of 20 n"t~*
CcAL... .-....,l (to .1. 0 Cicpa fligi.h from Tocunme to David
:L, -- -,r, ol cr .I.- -, 2 -. I I!1 ho~,r. meeting service at airport FOR RENT. Ventilated, screened tramp" so S. A. 7:-Tzi Chipel
-Fl,' ALE --19'9 ') Foi,,c Coach 'on request. accessible else by me. and modern chalet, two bedrooms. 7:4-iLe m
h. e t,:' pcr 1. b.'Iry. t ~es Very torcar on highway. maid room. hot water, good view of Shippng, movhb. Mrtpg. 8:0-i Pl i ay .e
FL, 1,,L .era..CUre-rr-,., co ,cn. Phcne 2-1716 First-class accommodations Panama Golf Club. $125.00month. 9:00--11 Q.lt l ...
F i2 Attractive hd r-liemge with file- ly. Mguel Hive. phone 3-4844. We pak and o o 10:00--a d
L... t--4 -s TODAY'S BEST BUY place FOR RENT-Furnished house. Liv. rythig. 'oe ;24t,
5 A--OOD Us BU KF eus cums ,ngroom, din;ngrrom, 2 bedrooms, g-. 1 i l.. "o-.
Ideal point of excursio kitchen wsh tubs, hot water.0:0- b eatt
F'-ALE -: R ates.c A GOOD US EcD B U I Cb K hRte 3 meals included from No. 93 Via Espaiia, beside "Rodin
:r, .: ':'. : .n... g .c. SMOOT 8- PAREDES -daily Miramar." 9 4. m. to 12 p. m.11:05-S Off
.. a., ru g:! c-' --. SALE -rhearoset 1951 Pio- Rat 3 meals included frm $50 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
oat.ob r:: .cbl.c Cc I 'oro a G ce Tucov. F'l cc:e:senr. nr, eck' y. also Rates without meels in Mo da,- ...
Coma cte~ u or.~cc: i: FO R RE m. t Beginning June P "11
,Furnished chalet. diningroo_
C) 3c-293F Famity-rcies for longer stays. Furnished chalet, dlnlngoorr I h- M MS 1l
FOR SALE -RCA Rad.-pioncgrcpr. -Wie reservetiees: Penmeonte. Ingroom. 2 bedrooms, maid's room.
on:'e. 2 cye Qrc TODAY'S BEST BUY I leIete. garage. Tel. Panama 3-0308. US FUR
tu rn ure Io._ en 14 6 -1 -C Ba bo c i 1. 1 :
-rA GOOD USED-UC FOR SALE FOR RENT.--Chalet, furnished or T e,. "I 9t.,, .
FO unfurnishede, fully fenced, three W 2 A
bedrooms, two baths, parlor, d n- 9
.Real Eslaie IO-SALE--5 V-8 Feoom,,, Mielselineous ,ngroom, -Ihen. porch, maud's a "7
SReali .o. Ecerent end .oom garage, small swinnI i:3aoA fon It
SL .Srroll ho nE c.I 1.70. Phone 83-6221 or E. FOR SALE: Large han drive ol. onae rg ren wable lease to c LL
.-Srall how 5237. pcyclel portable Corcna t p- One yir renewable lease to LEA
Completely unhed. All convn- Corc type reliable party, with three monthRsL
---tl i u ,. e Al . .. . w writer. T el. Ba lb oa 2 3 09 w it h th ree Cv'o --.
encme.. Teis F-LL44lr-e Tel. Balboa 2309- -pre payment. Box 5043 Ancon Ca- Rumba, 10- he Record
FOR. SALE -Ni Chalet Vista Her- 4-dor-sedan. perfect condit.cn FOR SALE -Child's outdoor Gym set nal Zone, am 11:05-Off te cord (ool
rnd u- e Ce a rr2-attrees. $30. stroller $5.50, 1949, 1. A
E-. Cr 223-A ~Che,.role, car rodio, $40. R3-B F R RENT Jitterbug, C #s pi
P .1'7 TODAY'S BEST BUY .au .3-3437. L1:05-L-ncheOD Mul s
NAMA C.4; L CC Y - ---- p ens Adut-teenage--an 1230
A EL A G ED U I C K FC SALE- German piano "Roch- o i Studio. :
3e~ STR,-,CTURES FOR Sb i SMOOT & PAREDES ols" excellent condition Very low ALHAMIiA APARTMENTS -la.4 cr 1:--Newa e "P i"
Sea'.d bic. f. en r .b_ -price Calle 48 No. 18. Tel. 3- Tw, and five rem faaelsed l d : aLnd SF' _""'
-ll. be rece,,md until 10 ',0 A N FOR SALE:-Late 1949 Cadillac 62. 0870. dasua umafrdspe. p 06mln. t sm. anEDd
June 2. 1953 in the office of Super- Sedan. Duty paid. 38,000 miles. cled Be M hee&,
intendent of Stcrehouses. Balboa. for original owner. Recent complete FOR SALE:Lester iano and bench. New Crisebmi. Telphie Cels
22 quarters Luildings, consisting of mechanical overhaul, new fires, good condition, $350.00. 39th St. 1a I ROPt A-TOR
ne. lot of I. one lot of 2. one lot of battery, radio. seats covered since FOR RENT-Apirtment, 2 bedrooms Dr. tGRAIOA"B. RL ~.'
3 andi one lot of 16 building Io- purchase. Good enamel, 52,000.00. FOR SALE: Ond sewing machine in El Coco, 7th Avenue No. 10. ( aBlI
Coated in Diablo Heights. Form of May ,b me El f .P0gma garage "Standard" $30.00, Ifet con- 535.00. -1 t. & 1.
promoss with full particulars my, be bveniings. Call room 229 or 3- edition. College Dormitor, Ancon, FOR RENT Fum p
ec ed in the offices of Superintend- 475ftercoons; for appointment. after p. m. FORt St. Vista Fum er No. from rtent.
ianqger at Salooa Heights. SFO RSALE: e r, 8 9 to 12 mn o 5 pm
IS months old g A rIC regeto s1 hd fo p.
FOR SALE 4 USD I UIC K St. No. 9,i nomrr.
".AD.-.i FMR SALE:-six oot gbt IR:i .
IS & Motor FOR M.G. 1951 good wick pool lobl% completerly .:
SFt. schooner "Rail price. Cal Cris- d. New ;loth, $1 ,5.00. Cri.s..
FOR SALE:--50 Ft. schooner "Rain- t ., '2935. ,, .
So i a S 0 b FO :--Wonderful cpportunity. 'PANAMA 1CA0 ~ .
.cer must return to States mme- 1948 Pontiac De OFFERS SC A FFICE To
dicley. Be&, offer take ship. no Luxe, hyglamotoce 4 door, radio,. MACHIND' fro 11' a 3 AL
reasonable ofter refused Phone 3- body Itiotor excellent condition, OOR T M O M 4
2723 or wrie for details Post nw seat covers. Very d price. Seled.bis, for opening In public. HOUSTON, 'Te.., VI M P n
Office Box 332, Margarta No. 18,. 48th treet..e phone 3- will. be received in the office of -Oilman OGenn McCarthy said PotA Salad, V
_ 0 _ _ _ _ __.Superintenderit of Storehouses. Bal- through a s ke el an today he WSad.
FOR9 LE --Kaiser D L until 10.30 A. M., May 28.gpla. ton n wo rrind B
'u 195 far Sundstrond, BurroughsBolivia "Immedia t MA4 7111- T
$1.05000u Phone Crastobal 3- and Victor Adding Machines. Mon- development of two oil fields in O
t2753. roe and Burroughs Calculators. Na- the South American country's -
tional Cash Registers, Hedeman southeastern section.
FOR SALE Ford Custom V Check Protectrs Marker Maches. The Bolivian government an-
4Ioor ln, .rid.o, visor ana Wall Clock, Comn Changers. Precision nounced Thursday it had a-
overdrive new. House 201-B, 'B-alance, Postal and Platform Scales thorized McCarthy to develop the
Gatun. phone 5-517. and Bates Nunmbering Machines I In- two feld, the first American oil
S FOR SALE'-New 1953 Ford 2 dco. citation No. 311 and May 29. 1953. operator allowed develop there
tor Roberts Numbering, Ditto and sfnce Standard
EN o terS Geremany, May B .dano $1,850. m9et0 Chevrolt oand s standard o of New Jersey 'dow .Ot
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SBoxcars at 5,000 FOR.SALE:- M. G. Duty aid, trnd Addng Machines, Dictaphone ttoa id-res were
W yestrdayrndoal mI haver Tranriber, and Dictating 50n irOV.NI \ werew
S o d "in a m- overhauled Call 2-3447. Machines and Hanging Scales In- e said he eery uar-
o fl~mingR Dis~.' WANTED;-46 or 47 Ford or Chev vitat-on No. 321 located in Build- antee the saviid overnme Uuaee
ree cuanXeA were killed rolet Phone Balboa 2-4234 e ing No. 28. Industrial Bureau Area. antee the a vih .pver ment- Port
n two others were missing, Balboa. Invtin may be obta ned an e there -atn
at 12th r Force at Land- location of equipment, or from of- n or of the
s eu. votA r airmen edr d .lice of Superintendent of Store- operation du I ear
S'owere being tr athe n e uses, 2e5.ninnoellphne 2-. 8 5. He barid g."-r
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rel" a crew of r w ble a Rep. John L. McMillan (D-B.C.l 5275.00. Phone 32532 Cristo. Ot- her
1nderjet carries only the pt- was found innocent today of via- bal. Na
thelot rating federal law in leasvng -laade
he Pilot of Mle Thunderet. land from the Interior Depltt- Ean E
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6a11 was one of th# known. sur- WANTED
federall Judge T. Blake Aen- M seellane return

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:Martinez, Diaz IITang e

Wallace, Peralta Clash Wide n Hol

In Ten-Round Semifinal

Unbeaten Isidro Martinez gets his stiffest test
to date when he meets classy Juan Diaz II tonight
in a scheduled ten-rounder at the Colon Arena.
These two popular Atlantic side ring stars sign-
ed to make a weight limit of 124 pounds. However,
at weigh-in time (11 a.m.) today, Martinez is ex-
pected to have at least a three-pound advantage on
the scale.
This little handicap won't bother Diaz any, be-
cause he is accustomed to giving away big chunks
of weight and winning. An example was the com-
plete boxing lesson he administered the taller and
heavier Baby Green in their last meeting.
Martinez will be attempting to stretch his string
of victories to eleven in a row and the "experts" are
predicting that he will. A majority of local fight
prognosticators are stringing along with the steadily
improving Martinez.
The ten-round semifinal pits bone-crushing
sluggers Sylvester Wallace and Leonel Peralta in a
Piei Six brawl that is almost certain to end in a
knockout. These boys signed to make 135 pounds.
Another potential thriller on the card is the six-
round "special" between Al Stewart and Panama
Ray Robinson at 126 pounds. A four-round prelim-
* mary between outstanding former amateurs Ralton
Lewis and Marcial Molinar will get things under
The program is slated to get started at 7:30
p.th. in order to allow Pacific siders ample time to
return home early.

Curt Simmons Hurls Phils

To 1-0 Victory Over Braves

I; Curt 1inmons was today's btar
as he fashioned a neat one-hit-
: r JWhe turninL back the red
Yot Milwaukee Braves 3-0, to
give the Philadelphia Philles a
one game lead in the National
3 al*y Bruton'u single off the
r st pitch by Bimtnons spoiled
urt bid for a no-hitter Sm-
mons struck out eleven Braves.
The Pirates edged the Cubs 3-
L 2with Murry Dtioluoma earert
te winner. Bob Rsah wM the
S loer. George MetkovliQh and
_Joe Oaragiola each slammed a
_Joxer for the winners. Hank
aauer. blasted a four-bagger for
the losers.
Thoe rooklyn at Cincinnati
contot was postponed on ac-
count of rain and the New
York IOa V*ere schedutd to
the.St. Loau Cardinals mi
iht game at St. Lou. .
the American League the
te Box wiped out a three-
diett h WtP a five-r ta&4
the ninth inning to am
rfeat the Yankees. this time
S. Tommy Byrne, who came
La, pinch hitter in the ninth
the bases loaded sparked
t ral.. wih a four-run horm-
'The 2vi y..tMad the White
flax o o ne-and-one-ha.f
Mn, bebhld the league lead-
I uTankes. The wining pitch-
wes LulS Aloma who only
rled one bIhing. The loser
VWr.Ra hi.
k Red Box moved into
ttf place ahead of the I6-
on the strength of a 1-0
Sin which Mickey Me-
att limited the tribe to two
and George, Kell homered

41an Franco Tips
4Dles de Mayo Domino
anho Faleato Florersa
Keuy Wear Spear
*~ueso BIjagmal
u Don Jahne
urane (e) Interlude (e)
eBdalo BMsk lambo
aMinster lBeduino
de G. (e) Ato A. (e)
n4ewbridge SalflUos

for the only tally of the con-
Bob Porterfleld whitewashed
the Browns 6-0 as the Senators
clouted out eleven base hits and
the Tigers finally won another
game as they staved off the
Athletics 6-3. The winning Tiger
hurler was Billy Hoeft.

T .NA_- Won Lost Pet.
Ne ork .... .1 .54
hica.. .. ... s. ii si
&-W.. ...... I 11 .568
",e .... 13 11 541
WashIto .... 14 13 .519
Fhilad lphia .. .. 12 15 .444
1. Leeds. .. .... 11 15 .423
Detlt .. .. ... 7 21 .2650
Chieao at Washlntn.
at Bestoe (a.
C wat Phlateddphia (<).
St. ou at New York (2).
Cleveland 000 000 00-0 2 0
Boaton 000 01 -1 8 0
Lemon (3-4) and Tipton; Mc-
Dermott (3-3) and White. HR-
Kell (2nd).
Detroit 022 002 000-- 10 2
PhU'delphla 100002000-3 6 1
Hoeft, Erickson (61 and Batta:
Bishop, Fricano (4), Newsom
(8) and Murray. HR-Zernial
(5th). WP-Hoeft (3-2). WP-
Bishop (1-2).

St. Louis 000000000-4 8 2
Washington 510 00000x--0 7 1
Brecheen, Blyska (I), Cain
(2 and Courtney: Porterfield
(4-31 and Grasso. LP-Brecheen
Chicago 000 000 005-5 5 0
New York 000 000 210-3 10 1
Pierce. Alomw 48,. Dorijh (0)
and Lollar: Raschl. Blackwell
(91. Kuzava (9g and Sllversa
Houk '85. HR-Byrne (1st). WP
Aloma (1-0). LP Rasohi
TEAM- Wasl est oLa
Philale phi.. i 3Af
Milwaukee..... 1 4 A
Brooklyn .. .. .. 14 .606
eSt. Ll... : 1: 1 5 in
New York. ....1 14 Al7
Pittsbargh.'1.. 14 I41
Chicago..... .. 7 13 .J
*Night game not included.
rBoiklya at ClaeIhilatl (2).
sw Yerk at St. Lais. -
Philadelphia at Mlwaukee (2).
Puttburgh at champ ().
MlladelhIa Ol 000 0- 10 0
mmona (8-1) *-and-
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1-htubo >. C td cas siaserui aS
2-DiOs de IMNyo J. f6l J M t cnten f
3-Domino R. VWIUe MXa It aL too
4-Mandinga K. norm 111 -See d i row 6-1
5-Manolete C. Kam 115 .--NotL .o recommend 5-1
6-Marfll F. Hidalgo 105 -cisR tom tough 40-1 Br a"ll, .o ."a 1
7-Campesino M. Gue. 108 -Has outside chance .5-1 ltI .&
8-Dicky 0. Ramos 97 -Not good enough 30-1 a

2nd Race "-Yes.r-Old Speelal"Pumae: 4U.K Peel elois: 1:11 thea
4' 1arleonp Second Race of the Double a. to ath beat o Of lo
1-P. Falcato B. Agulrre 115 -PronUsialng youne r '-2 ?L-PMI ontheaR
2-Malln A. Vasquez 1 -Has strongest finsh 3-2 .
3-Pebetero E. Corcho 102 -Not ready yet 10-1 T" were maw b in the Pe
4-Florera I. Guerra 102 -Mot early speed 2-4 last weo and tM. t. .'Splentaf.
S__but with bait mi itrated awmsea
and Oatachins. Ti v g. with Bob Dia
Ird Race "I" Native 4i Fs.Purse: $250.N Pool eloses: 1:45 the mst aIlj iaa ;'
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1-Candida C. Rulz
2-Buddy Bear J. Cado'.
3-Regla A. Vasquez
4--Camaron B. Agulrge
5-Mlramar E. Darlo
6-Tabaco L. Tifion

Note: Regia ex

4th Race "H"

1-Sin Fin
5-Lady Caren

110 -Fair tuneups
106 -Mutuelq favorite
116 -Exclude! from betting
112 _Promlsdng colt
105 -Returns from layoff
100 -Has shown nothing


eluded from bet-

Native CW Fga.Purse: $275.0 Poeel elees: 2:3
A. Enrlque 110 -Trailed* In last 10-1
V. Casttlo 110 -Longshot possibility 5-1
B. Agulrre 118 -Horse to beat even
C. Ruiz 118 -Will close with rusas 3-1
S J. Cado. 108 --arly speed only 15-1
L. Tuflon 107 -Sleems off form 15-1
M. Gue. 106 -Close up recently 6-2


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m C*inwUgbt o.R f~iay of ournl s
oe caught by rom t me a ta
24-thread. The 11 d d. Fl bi
The Lucy Lee r,a os Ifrtlhrodi
fortuotely lost It.4 jUp.. The Lucy Lee was 7 t I

SAsh aeady in this -paw, denerJ
,CelUna who wa ts to.-& Stf U. B.n A :Mt
60 lb. black megria, oJ1. o . enthualastUc sb 'vany e.derfui
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5th Race "C" Native 6% P n : 5325. Pooeel closes: 2:M

I 4-atLn I AMI uB A lif 'hASnu. lA hkj thI ,

n.irre A nu
F. Rose 118
I. Bravo 110
A. Vasquez 108
J. PhIl. 108

-Dropped a clas
-lat revealing
-In thick* of it
-Will fight It o'ut

6th Race "J" Im nortd Fs.Pproe: O35. Peel elees: 3:5
lirs Raee f 11d Double
1-True Blue A. Ubi4la 105 -Hasn't shown much 8-1
2-Veranda R. GUaerrs I0 -Improved workouts 6-1
S-Espartano R. V u Nu -Has god change. evn
4-Interlude 0. Can 100 -oeas best here even
5-Pepl Cola A. Go 100 -N eay speed 3-1
-Golvromm 108 -Mud will help 3-1

7th Race "J" Imported % Fg.Parse: $375. Pool eloees: 4:f
SBeeed Race of the Double
1-G4ywood R. Oomes 118 -Winner If breaks 2-1
2-Black 8. B. AguL 11 -Back jn form 2-1.
3--scandalo A. Rodri. 115 -Was never better 3-2
4-Paques B. Pulide 118 -Has fair chance 5-1
5--Roserea) V Castllo 112 -Not so hot 10-1
6-English M.) M. Hurley 110 --Same here 10-1

5tb' Race "Horse Owners Asm-
elation Classic". 1 1/16 Mile
1-Trafalgar 0. Chanls 102
--Ratblin L. F. JUdal. 102
-G-flu A. Vsques 108
4-Bpdulno B. Agulrre 116
5-Newminster J. Bravo 110
6-Piropo II V. Castle. 122

thL Race "I" Imported 7 F.Peat 3 U5. pl elees: 5:15
,1-Jepperln F. Hidal. 97 -CegFlri. 15-1
2-Cara de Gato) Aguirre 110 -Sbol 3-5
3-Delhla) B. Pulido 118 -To-5
4--Novelera V. Brown 97 -d- 20-1
5-Curaca R. Guerra 103 -1N0l i 15-1
--Alto Alegre) E. Cor. 105 -In -1
7-Hechiso 0. Sanchez 106 -Un 8-1
8-American M. A. Ubi. 106 .atM 6d 4-1
9-Rims Ro O0. Chanis 103 UaM uSS 5-1
10-The Dauber F. Rose 110 -ReWtg f-tl W 15-1

10th MRae "G" Imported 7 Fg1.PurmO: I eltlese: 5 :4
1-Salustlo V. Castillo 115 .1
2-Choice Brand A. Ubi. 115 11
$-Newbridge B. Agul. 115 -1
4-Galanti II B. Puldo 112 --1
5-Casa Buena 0. Cha. 112 -
6-Pints R. Guerra 106 -- .1
7-Vamplrasa J. Jime. 105 -10-1
;-0(920 0. Sanchez 106 -- -
Stdole Hj. Rulz 105 --DM 15-1


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to relax a l nJ4Y inyself, let what's wrong with ta way
somebody'e t worrying, you run your busineu. They all
runnt R .o i a00s .But in a got sure-fire Ideas. f,you don't
prelim .thex. a Sitrong. new take each and everyone's ad-
Uid andha h*, a .D rt_ p the vice you're a stubborn uam.who
floor. Thu olier .bi, la's down wouldn't know. a good augges-
and I'm, yslef, tion. if you el over it. Now
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Wt1e mew. What they s"r you're
settle back a".a-1'l semi- using material nobody ever
final styles don't fit. They're herd ef. Suppose you stk with
giving it the Bronzxcheer. If I the standby names? Oh, then-
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you have too many seats left;
main event-thes fellows can When it's somethil ra you
really belt. Smb f going to don't have enough. if'a"flht is
be on the:'' ior; meOthing's all boxing it's too ,an. I It's
going tohappen. W'at is "s? knock own ram -out
= -- .r T-- thing it's too brutal. How do
I was going to rela. I can't, you win? Who ays you can
I'm a fan:"- win!"

-Playing For High Stakes

e And Cause Club Friction

It seemed ol swat -trange serious. This should be, and
that thow l .n a ult out no doubt is, the chief objective
his ukase gnlamUlng in of the commissioner's action.
this package ot.- Bseban was frightened out
When l.s-ur.4. play for of its. wits by the defection of
high stakes, i doesn't neces- the Chicago club in 1919. Pub-
sarly suggest crooked baseball. lic confidence plummeted. The
But it can vha Its effect on club owners' investments, which
a petnant, rade, nonetheless, were millions then and much
in. the fom of lowered morale higher today, were threatened.
and club f tn.. The game hustled Itself under
The se0 baseman wins a the wing of a commissioner,
couple hunded dollars in a told him to be as tough as
poker game, the catcher drops he wished, hoped all would be
$150 and teaches the winner for gotten.
for a loan. Now we have all Fortunately, It was, and just
It Ingredients for the begin- as happily there have been
nings of trouble, few whispers of back-room con-
nifing a lce. This is Frick's
A man who is owed money first crackdown. Judge Landis
frequently is inclined to grow had an occasion or two which
more irritated at the borrower he sw ng fsts. Happy Chand-
as the days p by.nd no at- ler. maB a.pam or two In, the
t01ppt made o et uBoon, direa 9l w 4 charaetets h e
a gambling WWlU Jhave a hlnt -were not giving the
dugout full of. players wlah- gam .&a good name.
lg either to avoid each. other Still, Prick's emphasis on In-
or burning because Joe or Pete side-the-club gambling and al-
or Bill doesn't.come around and most casual mention of the
pay neff. fd layers with big-shot bettors
The menace -of the "fixed" would appear to be tackling
Pgime s something far. more the least important angle first.

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golfer, from Ben Hogan down
'o'me, is annoyed by the slow-
poke In front pf him.
Slopokes were giving those
behind them a slow burn when
the Golf Committee of St. An-
drews laid down the first set
of rules; and' have grown In-
creasingly worse.
So the many who have been
annoyed will get a bang out
of what George Duncan has to
say on the subject. And the
dilly-dalliers could profit by
his cure.
In short, Duncan, British
Open champion of 1920 who
still strokes 70s, says;
"Hit the ball quickly for the
good of golf, yTour own game
and everybody, especially those
behind you. save tlhe and
play good golf."
"Tournament golfer who o
take four and a half hours for
18 holes are losing spectator
appeal," he warns,
Altogether too many golfers
take the advice, "Take your
time," literally, and gross ly
abuse the privilege. ,The re-
sult I, that not -enough average
players are able to get n
their rounds.
Modern "surveyors" are a
in In the neck to caddies,
too. Duncan suggests that theft
solution to this might be a re-
turm to paying caddies by the
hour, Instead of the round, as
was done years ago.
tion through Alvin Hand
macher, sponsor of the trans-
continental Weathervane Tour-
nament for women profession-
als. Hanjlmacher each summer
plays with Duncan, profes-
sional at Scotland's Mere Golf
Club. '
"Professionals must seed up
play by teaching pupils that
king one's time for shots can
be overdone," says the solid
student of the Royal and An-
"The player can loosen his
ar:s by moving them as he
walks. When he's 30 feet from
the ball, still walking, he
should decide' which club is
necessary for the next shot. Aft-
er a shot' onto or from the
fairway, the golfer should
study the ground as he walks
toward the ball, thus be pre-
ared. 'to make a qucek but

modern habit of tHree pre*dte
swings afterward can't ohu-
thins, cn it? But it
ne.dles'Clay. "-., i
"I belle' .lt eatlrely comet
for t. .pler to line uiaapls
putt whe _.another strokes s.
There should be a opela ;a=r
practice putts after ll.
holed out, this to be "tae
whether a following gr ap
wishes .the green or not."
that yacilLatingi t ,tr
wearing out todai's oldf0a0
"I'm convinced that' .
tedious play will shorten i
career oe any goler,"' .Wilt
who defeated Arche
In a memorable V19-tydS~9S
match, tells Frted MM
promoal dirgetor o{, th__p-
Feslonal Goiers' Aso 's
tournament bureau. i
"We've come to t&e .plant
where four hours is pOr 2*
holes. That's about and"
too long." ,
qene Sarazen 'WjA-and is.
the fastest Amerlca, g
oe Duncan .ever
S"W7 played is hols tl
hours," recalls th
Scot ma. .,;*
"Ityou're going to m? .

Bobby Jones was decm
played quickly. Walter .EIS
was always relaxed, ut
did The Haig delay a
unnecessarily. -

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The masters got there'ith .
out fiddling. '
Wirbers Empn o
Platoon System.
DURIAt, 76C.-Iby .
When Ace Prkehr left
'in 137 to join the lade
Athletics, one of his new em .
mate. was third baselp 'l
When PArker return a40
Duke as head baseiaJ
this rg, he lo
Bill Werr, son 6tthe "ir
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1 ~ ST LOCLIS Mo. Mav 16 'UP'
-A F'-,r Se. e rEtarv Harold E.
S'.- .t .i toda tei "balic ele-
. i. t in t A lll lion S military
.* 5 4 ":ilt' ,'. 1.,ItinTles to be tme re-
ir t lliail' srKin c. p, er of an
S nte t,',itri ntal bmoinme fleet.
Tr.- A, Fr''r,:e Strategic Air
t '-. ., ,,Jaitd i,,: .i ic. i l.th its "ca-
S rit ,-I .siruction has ".
"'tr u.tf .IId thle outbreak of an-
Ithr r .i ld 1 ar
C friat ct'. ti rert factor contin-
a0 t- ,- trve oasic element in
..,r military polih'." Talbott
V i1-1I, ian Armed Forces Day
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.i %apajit% of dealing out ter-
-lOle destruction. tlhoe Dent onf
0 ,cr.rep.ion are les. IlKelv to un-
j. h trIe beasts of an all-out
4A ii So lone as the averessor can
S P ar-terred. St Louis and other
Afleiirpan communities can re-
i in secure "
T.-ltott s statementss indicated
It;at h: would oppo,.e any de-em-
p pha.,is ol ein Strate:ic Air Com-
S mind a; the administration
parr.s do'.n the military budget. ,
Taibott noted that the milita-.
r% oudoet as revised by the ad-
ministration. calls for an "in-
1 terim program'' of 123 wings -
J in-tead of the original goal of,
143 But he said he was confi-
S" dent that the definitive pro-
] gram' to be worked out after,
an overall review" of the na-
tion's mrtitarn requirements -I
"v.ill pro,-erl. reflect our reQuire-[
nentLs fo: air power'"
S "You may be sure." he said.
"It is nv chicf concern to seel




Justice Depart'me,

WASHINGTON, May 16 (UP) a manner as to east "real sus- the stib lcmnlt
- James P. McGranery testl- picion" on the Justice Depart- his testimbay
fled yesterday he was "by- ment. whether Clark
passed" in three Important He Identified the others as Court JusticeG
cases that normally would have the controversial Kansas City to testify.
come to him while serving as vote fraud case and the 194 Chairmln a
assistant attorney general un- Amerasla "stolen secrets" case. ing CR-N.Y.),
der Tom Clark in the late 1940s. He said all three cases were hearing, said
McGranery, who later be- "handled out the normal "still .open."
came attorney general, told a manner." UsuA they would McGranery
House judielary subcommittee have been "funneled" through of' assistant'
one was a big mail fraud case his of ibe. noWi has been i
which was dismissed in such Before hearing McGranery, puty attorney"

S" that we h.,,' the tr Forces that
are requiu?' ccter an attack."

Woman Judged As

In Acute Alcoholic

Slate When Slain
BRIDGEPORT, Conn., May 16
f (UP) Mrs. Penny Coates Ev-
ans was In a "confusion state" of
Intoxication the night she was
.. slain in the bedroom of her|
( Westport home, a biochemist
I testified today.
Dr. Kurt Dubowski was a wit- TROUBLE IN EGYPT British Royal Navy gu na frame merchant ships In
- vis Negro halfndyman accused of Egypt. With, Anglo-Egyptian negotiations on t he future of the Suez eanal3
S rapinegro hand arrotin Mrs Evans ng point, the 80,000-man British garrison in the area is digging In for poqalbi
with whom he said he had been
3 Intimate during the three weeks
t he was employed by her.
I Dubowski said he made four
tet on the body o thesaBerut Students emon
woman, at the direction of the
c county coroner, and that "In my
t opinion" they indicated that *
"the deceased was in a state of
I acute alcoholism ... commonly ati st John OSTer
4- called the ddnfuslon state" when
Jhe died.
I The witness said the-tests al- BEIRUT. Lebanon, May 18 have prepared a note for Dulles minute meet
46 showed evidence of Inter- (UP)-University students stag- deploring the U.S. attitude to- ShIshakilla
Pgourse. ed an angry demonstration to- ward Arab peoples. Dulles loh
%W One of the defense claims was day t9 protest the arrival of U.S. Foreign legations were under the Indetn'
I "1hat both Davis and Mrs. Evans Secretary of State John Foster heavy Ftimrd. ment on
S emfo had considerable to drink Dylles later in the day. A strike was ordered by lead- ShlshakiiA
SJefore she invited him into her Colmmunists and other dem- ers of 22 Lebanese parties, trade our re!Atkmxa
I bedroom where they made love, eostrlters marched through unions and cultural associations. spare efforts
S -uarreled over his wages, and he th streets with placards de- But shops opened-as usual. No popul
-'-trangled her when she threat- nouhaing plans for Middle Commu its, Nationalists, broke out dU
1 aned to tell police he raped her. East defense and shouting Socialists and members of the Syria.
'J.J A Brooklyn, N.Y.. woman min- "death" for anyone approving partisans of peace filled the He arrfred
Sister, Mrs. Agnes Bruno. was a- Dulles' plans for peace with streets -with anti Western terdn y from.
S nog the nearly half dozen Israel. pamphlets. his fact find
bi aracter witnesses for Davis. The parliamentary foreign af- Beforen leaving Damascus. Sy- die East. w3t
S. he said that although she knew fairs committee was reported to rla. for Beirut, Dulles had a 75- Director 1ar
S7-ae had served a prison term. It
Idldn't change her opinion that,
$ e was a "fine peaceable man." ***
i Only a few witnesses remained 's
before the defense rested its case.
The jury was expected to start its
i iberations early next week.
after closing arguments by both




,It was and still is the'Ver-aUl
administrator of the Jasse De- t .
atmnent." a
Me said "every phase ,of. de- mlW.a
apartment buseipS Ould .o to
through that ofWl unilgA the s
attoirey general spwinfaUy de- pounds
ided otherwise. equIiw
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vimed of the mail lm, 4 c.ne, r Lw
however, and waM sn awar, ted.A
of its existence mattl'Ste.- IMs ttoI,
et. ar
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of aonspiring td stlt. gOvern- In'
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funet magazine 'Amua. In the
Umn e was flnedj, l-W and an- In
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capital of Laos.. Th French dropped back to Plainne Des Jarres so they
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Is He 7unior"or 7umbo?

Iesa Trade

IN one toaBty, there a a hntch.
,; a baker, a tailor and a ear-
peter, MaWnt nia. being Butch-
-*, p erWw, yler an ctrpeater,
but not yapte#tvly. .-a of
them bas-a nd g a*uger.
aO' trds unm d
and ie ati00 a in ame .Made
eo l father. Dais of the young.
mB hai saaed s-abter ef -
ofa ts otw* cd enao of them
ha. a wtb wn- aubMen Same
domes not' Igget his own or his
tM. ddata,,. Mltor, is aot a
b, Mb the khame iM ealrried
MIm2 BEt6fml. The trade of Mr.
ONS.e .mdar. Is the sme u
young .q -laurse m nwen
Ma. lS rd S, alagd her
sUU mer mansh.
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sdioM bIW ;.t detemie who

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.by hle weight whiithe m n at all the Agure tof
wtI O b e comlpri ls. t y l, o ou add all the
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Bowron poses with actress Gale Storm after installation as mayor of Sherman Oaks, Calf.

AN UNWELCOME VISITOR from Mexico slipped across the Arizonatborder without a pass-
port so Mary Glenn and his dogs-treed him. Mountain Uon doesn't likethe lack of hospitality.

i AU THE ALAMOV We$, this is what the bh*itoic citadu11
immewie, Davy Crockett and 181 others were 'eSgi'ed by 41
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of Statt f pthe of t(sbe
siderably shorter. in I Air cml60 6 I ance and -
sions and Air Attach tralgras and the Bri
A Panamanian Unie ft a n asylum who to profess a
was reporLed ai seven dral *sa was foud running the. Unate-
crushed to death i14 w wheel, wel of an Albrook Sen. Joseph R. M,
plane after It landed At Taiara, Ptd, on a routine
light, Joe McCarth.is t
The method by which t)6genm .BEtrada was able modest.Attles
to board plane in the early morning hours on mental 'stem
the Welld, by guards ot str policemenn, still of said
remained n during thy .._
PostUve kifAqtiattlon was made by his finger. clen1heW4 ft..
prints. The body was buried In Perd after a group of i .
Air Force Investigators coinpleted their report of ad. G1DIhAt
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employes were announced from Washington. The new w f a
pay rates which run from six to 20 cents an hour will 'ra
affect employes of the three services. ,_ g ,
Sparking the annual celebration of.Armed Fe Could
DMy was the selection of youf II to of. Attl
~ General For A Day. The ou ere
a contest spbnsore d by Vthe VWi
iflcates of their ranlk.
Throughout the sthim all all.-u.
where the multitudep tloalec81I=6rimed -'-.mm w
glimpse of U.S. m L7 ary qtrebttv a thet MM4
milltat'y Oharapensa /.. or -- l l s a ,ff A i
Several new. exhSl.iS such .t A mine a ? er *m .
which specators might tr6d have been added to t ha .t t r."
attract newcomers. !
Sjx Colsmplan sobiersI e uentlyMe s MW IMOA
Prianer-ef-"ar nTsla wa tattl.ar.dnfdp
Isthmus fbIar Ay. heveraIS&
canes and oe'Z a b adaged hand.' woew
bou"d foto 0
A $28,640 libel smit against the owners of the Libe. ruw' oo
rian -pirate" ship M/ Arlana was settled out of court theft!of
and the libel w ordered dismissed in the U. Di *. 40 nt
trict Court. aboTort
However the captain. N, L Hansen, Whose ship ee .. -. .
slipped out of Balboa harbor ilWegay after attach- hL
Sent papers were served, w ,ill utW Iect to 0!,rt t- b hM B.
action. Hi Whereaiouts are tlimn. he" hm
-anam formally to ak over the id- h
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of 47 employee headed by a chief engineer who ..
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a men falus0whn syiuee, the =mneromu co-
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o ar iven In the
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enc monthO
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It the Peo-
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hum & Bailey 'Threes-inr, ford the
the Circle Theater gut comfort to e
I nama way brings itse l
Into town a t
stay, this W ,
hn store for,
dience la
sal ecper, '
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Circle atre's e.
"Private LlvIs,.
Cnal Zone tet
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ehapp to Kani's prbew4 .
'ning BroadwayS ahowi 5.
"Drecto. Davis seems tohwivere
things well in hand with a takEn care of byB
cast fairly overstocked In tal-
ent and energy. Bob Lo a
heads the list as the bombastic ed er n fr
SHarry Brock, a Junk dealer seare toi tp
I from Brookl n who .as. man- a. area
aged to wor his way'. to then may ibe noted .t one.,
!"esteemed"' position of buying reasons-for Dall to'aet
'and selling government. the culture' Oter
SWhen the focus As not on e-,t 1so wes is stated qe'
rampaging BroOk, Hindi Di curly in thf o '
inond takes state as the tan- Dav nd .Lgj bane
talizing BillieD a virgin- satne Abing inniid for
mind:who has knocked around ma City., V
*ith the rising star :f Broc Roudng out the Cast
for some nine-odd- years. Lac- some faml.r face tow
Ing Into the Academy Award theater-goers,
wlnn4ng role, made famous by.
udy Holliday, both on Broad- In the role of d
way and in ywo Is a lush lawyers. e
tremendous undertaking for the Roy
newcomer to the ocatheater man
group. ton and brley
Completing the lead trian- portray senator
gle in the role of Paul .Ver- ge; Don WIlco will be
rall Is Qordon Willia ho 6 Is as the .hq manage
I currently mervintg with he Al-iad Eelw s andled
brook Photo Jgn Group. e- Marion AZr b.and; a -a:
ing no ne*eoier 'to the stage Davis, t-aager -
and having a wealth of. ex. eange., and Usne11e.
perlence behind him both tech- Lollie. ownte-join in to
nicaU7 and acting-wise,. Wills diem .o .
is expected to handle the part The how wIll open w
.with profesteonalpt.Th da at 8:45 l o i
"Born Yesterday' wil bl.glv- t ahe te fo r NA
en In the complete round In through Ai L
Sthe Balboa Room.':of Hotel l'(2.,We$at
Panaria. The fiew site,; (` r h
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