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" Abraham Lincohla
4d^Ae " '- '
UVwIVOR r J.aM. Cox
talks to reporters tr her hos-
Sbed n M H Tex.
Cox Is the o V iVor of
an air crash 14 miles from
Marshall that klled 19 persons.
The survivor .told newoen that
although she .a..t W parti-
ular faith, _e _tro eng-
y in God at in ~ es. HerI
home is Pa4v C
,, a ', V SP
To Press For
LONDON, May 21 (UP) Britain and Freab
eagerly accepted today President Eisenhower's call f
a Western Big Three meeting and made it plain
will press for another meeting of even "for graver imp
--an early four-power meeting with Russia.
British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and Fred
Premier Rene Mayer both went further than PresidW
Eisenhower .did in announcing the invitation for a
Three meeting. ...
Churchill and Mayer made a future Big Four c-f,
ference with Russia's Georgi M. Malenkov a first oMnr
The British leader told a cheer- dramatic U loNU th0
InR House of Commons the a plane wa waiting
Western big three probably will him to WasKiton fo j
mpe* in Bermuda sometime after with Mr. UabShower
June 15. Shortly. before another o6.
In response to question from fidence vote today he frmn-
former Labor Prime Minister deaties With the prosgeeQ
Clement Attlee whether the leaving Iraa*e possibly
Bermuda talks might ,ead to a a leader for the Bigle
meeting with Malenkov, Church- -and even Big Four talk.
ill said: Some observers saw
"It is my main hope we may timing in President
take a definite step lorward to call for a Big Three ent
a meeting of far graver Import." at this time. It effectively
Mayer made his dramatic an- on Ice ay Immeda
Sto a National As- with Russa and _tie
i *ainrtI AYelsodv t l an.._ ,__ S AM _
y .-were n
"mi next vwwI. [
the New y
Aedom os eIs pk
fM u Ameran' truck
Sof the almoi two score
were replaced when their
ah with. t e Motir Transpor-
)Divso wefe converted
status are current-
Sialgned, a check revealed
A =uber of the displaced
nhad been working on the
overhaul which ended this
Xre lyto an Inquiry, a B -
h tk source that of e
Bt-oner truck drivers w
eM naiigned one is in the
S, another is sure to be
red, another is In the
eWl' of transfer, and the
rsahnel Section expects to
fl ka spot for the fourth.
'W o they were displaced
they were told they would be
aen at least a year's employ-
S former truckers are scat-
Sthroughout the Canal or-
aIen. Some are assigned
Ut. Terminals Division, the
frio and Police Divisions, te.
storehouse and the Indus Ial
Bteau. Others are workilig as
lo0k guards and for the BureaI
04p 5. Some have the clI-
Ieatin of "special helpers.'
n instances where the
men are w ,rk.ngatr
ic pay less than tne
Shour truck driver rate &
Ii getting, they re '
Wring the recent .lti
Sapplicable to some u,
If ey ar assigned to,
b y a24t. more
?pfZWble. along W ote
Umpia, for any rie thit
1W be given.
foarmoniyn F i
Of larceny C
.the -r' disfcud at
a four-power Monrence," Mayer
I I t i said.
Churchill and lMaer will have
the fullest backingfrom Western
IlM I Europe in reiW for a Big
S w, R-i.w4. _ Four meeting. when they meet
Volk RISsL?1* of Ptr. Elsenboar.
U_ -3us. inPt. Clay- ..Sentiment in Europe favored
to foloning In- such a session s a last chance
Iu -when hbs car that should be grabbed to ease
81 P hBrlaa Road -round East-West tension and perhaps
day 0 .. C'. v..l even to reach a Kqrean settle-
Ia 140 Patiac Convertible ment
had tt.y skidded about 75 Members of Pariument alse
yards ieet t.went down a 50- looked upon the ig Three
foot nt and turned meeting as a step' toward a
over ft d a ge ditch. common tret that 04ld step
oI._ l S oritles said today the ugiv eehanges that re-
tht_ e I'A have a fractured recently have croeed the At-
I n man was apoar- imminent overthrow once before
eni .lone at the time on March 24 when heI
he y f of his car. The l -
v described by C.Z. po- u* MD l
lie tely wrecked." ke WIll Make
e gineer Fire fht-TV, Radio Rqport
son of Nicolas Orti z
of Or Puerto Rleo.t Of Jne 3
S -At Pier 18
S A. ier 18 WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP)
G fl Finds Seaman President zisenbower will
XI ..... "l make a special television report
"ong Weedto the nation at 8: p. m ST
1 n1fg WeedJ une 3, the White House an-
/ nounced today.
A heragh search of Panama- The 30-minute program will be
wIan Cyrenus L. Foster carried by the foUr television
p i leaving the gate at networks. It also will be carried
14l ,bba last night reveal- by the radio networks, but at
was carrying marl- varying times.
ii of the enclosure. Presumably the President will
i -3; was fined 25 and uqe such visual aids as charts
[6 15 days in Jail this and maps as he discusses what
tf.en he appeared in the White House described as
I ate's Court. "some of the major accomplish-
'A Ruard caught Foster Iment1 and purposes of his ad-
4L iWeed. ministration."
ters Fight Paternity Suit
Nbsr Lovesick BuM Crashes Fence
,^ *. *'
.Wis., May 21 (UP) bull "in a hisband-like man-
Ity" suit today nam- ner" under a state law which
pure bred bull who states the keeper is responsible
o two young heifers for all dam ese dMe by a Wul._.
through a fence to John Kennedy, MMorronvMlle.
if with each. Wis.. from be -t sisters
Uphoff. cottage bought the bul cotiuledn that
charged-that Low- Smokie and ... 'were not
Supreme's love ifa- damae"lIn be d*blnD else
rance and Smokle Nexcept t.oy Were seinedr out
heifers to lose their of sea-eMn.
lka r In small But Upoff claimed !hat his
i. heifers "W re li too young"
Med Mary and Naeu- for the aUair-and couldn't liwv
mers of the bull, in milk after e calve were born
Listed John Keller, Small clkaens Judge Douglas
4 tbe farm for the Nelson 0 the cas under ad -
I t the time of the vtsement 0 6Urmlne the ex-
sle as a co-defend- teat of a .
W- --&Al. lw q no question
i Clark contended that eiw Parl Supreme
didn't care for the was the ather of the calves.
s-. .' ._
zue smt~ m e meetah aJ
will afford the esttern'pow
an opportunity to soothe some
of the ruffled feelirs t tetr
partnership and to review
overall policy in the face oa
Soviet's "peace offensive."
Papers requesting the extrl.
tion of Ametican ilyer
Cooper to Honduras, wee U
peeled to arrive tonight, gov4 .
ment sources disclosed todayl
Cooper, who landed in an ft
coupe at the Oelabert
Saturday with James A.
another American, as his
singer, is wanted by the
duran government on a
of stealing a plane owned by se
Both he and Hilliard were n-
ed by Civil Aerointics diredar
Nicanor Obarriqr violating air
Cooper is the only one of the
two wanted by the Hondut
government in connection MUt
the theft of the plane. Hillid
also denies knowing anyth
about it, claiming that he a d
Cooper to fly'elm to Guatemaa,
according to pltce.
Government sources said if the
extradition papers are received
tonight. steps will be taken to
have Cooper. now in the Carcel
Modelo. on a plane bound ;or
Tegucigalpa some time tomor
Employe To Be Tried
Leslie Wilmot. a former e
ploye of the Wilford and Mciv
Steamshlo Agency in Crito.
has been bound over for trl aii
U.S. District Court on a 9V
of embezzling $94.50 from
former employer during Avg*t
Probable cause was foit
Tuesday afternoon n C
Magistrate's Court. Bail ws
ed at $500 which has not b
Wilmot was represented at th
hearing by Attorney ST. PrankQL
DLstrlct Attorney RowlatIR'
Hazard appeared for the iwtic
SHighFriday, May 3
ll:2S p.m. ..o......- _
4' 9.. .\ ,',
isenhower Breaks News
Sefting Bermuda As Site
WASHING OTOl. My (UP) their to develop c~m1 view-
Praent enbOWS -an- points with these irndt on the
na ted tay e 5o un.fl hold many problems that mu~ S be
a coldwar with solved cooperatively so that the
British Prime it R Wston cause of world peace may be ad-
u 4 feh Premier vanced."
ne Mayer poltably at Ber- Similar statements were being
Ic ,.issued by Britain and France,
"Ibe dit.ha noAyet ,een et. Hagerty said.
But Indiesi* a9*M t the lHagerty aild C-itchfll g mr
g, ie* lhat- gested Bermuda lor the mneetg
fna rel tsmnte releas- Elsenhower nor Mayer haa any
eOt' byv IUt1Jou Pre? Sec- objection.
retay j M rt Pres- Harty pointed out that Mr.
dent : Eisenhower already has ached-
UThe DiB the United uled a trip to the Midwest and
SBritain hve New York State which will not
tabeen i onsut O with theend before June 14. But the
view of, holding an informal ss secretary indicated that
hleve meeting.the bigthree meeting would be
e hve agreed that such a held soon afterward,
meeting i desirable at such a Churchill has been urging a
date convenient to all of us. A meeting of the heads of the b
primary? pwrpOM will be fur- powers, which would inelude
prm_...y p._, -- Russia, to pave the way to ease
the world tensions. However,
SRussia is not included in the
Sb l Projected meeting. It was con-
ublica celvable a Big Three meeting
eventually could lead to a 1M
lations have become acrimonlo-
J 'C u ts us. The bitter name-calling on
both sides of the Atlantic caused
'"many U.8. members of Congress
to call for a cooling off.
Announcement of the Big
S Bu di g Three meeting followed an ex-
Straordlnary conference last
night of President itaenhower
with Acting Secre of State
Walter Bedell amit, ohbert
air Pow n Cutler, s d viser on na-
h u~fo~fi'Ccw V^% oaal seouritaz~ad c. p< Jaek-
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IN? 4TI4UIN P 0 Ger OSx4. PANAMAS f.W P. 00O
I1E I N PAM OIO LA tLO as ,
T he ail C A s I AnDTopE fP AN A M Mf IC A N P AN AM A A-m
IC l "F e rICE 1 17' i aro tf ll12 HA n ai Ahan d a lTh ll 4 IT "Oleal aye
ptoilmnner" a l ?icel adn. OallrtaePtWreINC.. I
; Manim on Ave w YORK N 117 111V.
fli MONTH. ADV ANCE 8 170 9'2.50
X AIL N ADVANEso3 By Victor Ril-
n-ao- power they've atgiven him. Into a e sp nion eehnhmee ictoabfl hPros
reimflsYEARonIrs'nduesry nor hr o g4
The Moil Box U i on open forum for readerS of Thee Pnma Am er- sonal Idustry. P b -t
.fmnleadetosakes o cearae tharach
A-aoosonitu C'.Z. jm
e Si:you contribute a letter don't be impatient it demn't appear the yearnings to Ive by morethan o 3....00
t diy. Letter reI published in the order received. bread alone Into a $200,000,00 the Ch inA. are i
; l ia try to ko.p the leMte limited to on. HaE l'lAth. union. It has put enormolSrd oof lliIla
Identity o letter writers held n trictet onfdsce. power at isis linger tips. Yet 've potet l
This nlwspoper asum no reiponsibir l Ty for dltmesnt nl iA opinions seen him witn American yPrfs* "
et in lethtr s beo n renocrh i dents and foreign Prime Min- tn hat. todayl thelIeAs
.San. -a0 -- sisters and i aver lonc he :worked ot
for n.c. h tifaioled to ake It clear that he o0r niht -. ,wo d o
oufci ruseaneterdAnconI C.Z. ist p eople. i people, whose nimble ...-a leader inn 4
4To TP e Go ither ntor make stthe bargain basement (i / one..betronIths ut
We resentr the way the mhen stand around discussing their dresses and the smart goWns of l. IRI 'erLI .
social activtiies of the nigh before, instead of working. El orocco' set and all the rld- adln
In the new Ancon housing development, it has taken 15 men garments in between worn by e that .. .
one week to digi a shallow trench less than a block long. the women af our land.
The way thle men lean on their shovels and visit- is a pity.t h ti th I dehtw lb A u.h ..
It is our money that is being spent now, not the Panama Canal. So it is that todai y the pep
The foreman is busy elsewhere, so don't blame him. Why pery, bantam, crew-cut David Asia, twent# t',e
hire such worthless men. They spend the day talking about their Dubinsky, and the Act Interns pbiudu atw a
sml y tonal Ladle1 Garmentr Workere ad
roThehwa they treat the newly placed sod is a disgrace. They lntnon he leads, can eouild a 20, aoipu beatI nii"so a
walk all over it and throw heavy lumber on it. 000,000 housing project withoutpe t
as- hypait's all wlot of fun and why should they carg? It's borrowing from any bank. Or several pm tt.l I l o
cnthe Americans' money. -t A Disgusted Tax Payer ;gov nmenthuss wi Ch needsoit to t hrt i te o2cal-ttob a ethe195 ge
S lae insert thiis r tehe R $npotof yo men. elte iras ec io Oe leh d
i Then opportunity to be timed by an officer (witeth official craperofndu c oin aTst-oe-t "tc haHn thaa
SA. F. stop watch whenever you go to the latrin gdrse. ssacn d the s munanneor t Por t he8oh I.Nan o _ote o-t
a2. Substantial economy slashes so that: aircraft can be used ltspeople to get outnto theeeteoehe noinh. i.I l old
for hunting and fishing trips; staff cars, not available forotun. tormeag thh mhwouet a n hthb
official use, can be used by certain folks for con missearly s.. eI a.e theoD wayas ete o l t h ii
trips. Or donI e $S,0c0,09th to P s 'O a Wep a the Predi dtnhet'rIndepenent 0-bi
3. Staggering mountains of conflicting directives and useless charity. Or lose $ 1,D00,000 ad f "He got l- t n i.
paperwork. m ic, HYtile radio beroadcastied Gl o a I "havAt thOeirtrt edao uI yh tWoilonF
5. Malassignments. off with the following: I i
6. A career system that's hardly discernible. "e'he uinheence is clear. A uwAlaMsf mH te.Wo "e e
7. Unequal promotion opportunities. We must lake t ne bad with t. III_ .h , .. 1
8. An officer corps that is 25% good, 50% alcoholics, and the good."i y Peters un an rere .tua n A
25%e frustrated flea trainers. niaed the Interior d t i it.. eMle l at ota 5Soe
9. Housing, 50 miles from your base. Or lend dress manufacturer -- --- '.
Many others too numerable to mention.T a s ores of thousands of dollars WASHINGTON --(NrA) -- Print Esen- whete. the bigt tan be alancl '"how bi JnvealQid. ti I
No other military organization can make these claims! to tide them over the "fifth" hower televiion and radio tal to the naton the defct ll be And untl then, e o
Please seahon--thel bille billsOfereobeefit"feftung en.wt end
Anon season-the lack ecando a reatdealtoolarifpubl dertand- just working n the ark.
Or spend hundreds of thou g of what a ha become a thortuhly conuned oin Wlahlntol haa b o bad '
Sands om wdenlIt's n.morealie presentation of the administratn's flacal policy. hat the U. 6. Chamner of Coaeroe tao .e But duif the r otd k
2.lSu Ot onioe opolitiCS il .ona.electionS On Feb. 9 the Prealdent announced h 11- letter ha been forced tlrt.otht, "all la w bhe helpr"edt-, O EM
and thous andl e in t ae" Dpoint hiMh-priority legislative program for ac- lusio-aswt who ntensnqa q lle iret wealth M prtifad tg.-el-te.
mpae "cIe t -is e u ni n t" drives tion by thi session or Cont re. Item No. 2 call- to baaoe uthte 195 "
t in h oaltio wth ublican--ed for all pproprtionb to clear the House on of an can e the Interior rte t
for^ ^r anio nuch n h P epesetave and be ready avahvor Senaete ae mcre naobIng stafntr o sn watchrnig-not oanuse n 1
ofi KENl useAnTIONused rE.aenhowr.o, Gof. To Dewey eon by May 15. "the corluyfon is made "Iuor rY t' .t utl. Ji.tni O D. Tee, .M .
tidand exoPre Truman dispatch TO date, the House has com leted actioono seldom i ever have these ka.T i
r -L-.AT. V oN" lt Fo o congratulatory messages to the only three of the 14 money blla for the nx ed between the cah and itrle bud.
Swok. armenti Workers' national con fiscal year. They are the Department of Interi, get, even though rtley 'diffrby moe thn 3 rtr
mention in C'icano this week. Pos t tftce- nres and the Independent Of-t-atnf. a osseiie
5.d hesepo ll Whens Pioesifdeit heeogOo The sJotements OofgDefz *COeortclPoiya eingtsNease
wrth magic CHLOROPHYLLIN m.a..Tr no, rp o hla r ." n Tme .
Tuperation, no slanderint in the propriation Committee .sd are reIy for action phrey have been ae odd. a. r...
erection rights led by thno unIon whea the HOUSe ets narundt tothe"paela cover ale te had taked, th yebyr e amo ti
sO -y dgcn eth co lt sof 431,000 pen 308 cities in dt etate-Jl ttiei- a m rro Deplartmentos, Ain r llt r, tbe av ter t in btof ilmlo nie : ftoil o Tl
SU ualti on/ opkow states tun anda h abor -olth, dureaton hnd hrge M an kl terBa'Bt- the Tj ov
8. A ofcr op tSo it is that thi s union can D e.t 5. ,... .,th god Pete.E s. o
Sdgive its delegates a financial t B t whowh ter sal. aper.- on declltA t it
9. Hi5lryepnddressma wefare reril 0 nixedpthe Interiora elare b
w a anhr'e 34u-erael to o fund whoicah takeb th fgerdai l I Nn $90(,880,- i t e wll e tath -A
t sole a, lg sadn pb tyear, right d own to aherfi- the thowi estel ya rads tie it h i d l the tt aa c.
hsnsea son- bs tnebella bb thesa toon i The sd tta te n eo p aoN r l*e s
Thetotalduesaieaome orall tare by te raubnd te wrstan not -ouse W adr ortant roeh
uOninnihundreds m bfihou havenotwhe thae s b eome a terMyonsed Otn,.
an of$doorand juchle tuoem itios poi l.e be any acead oc erybodp own
lvers tno risoted o moralre nele thi y ,on In ogra.m mqha-ao ..ad ,.
St spolid of es otr on Aou l administrtl hedr mnital regard for cntSl statementI. erto
1ab eo1roa whaft, ore wthat rithe Prden t may have resupnead in oind. nttere i jv9eftthebo drthrlolfOonit
Sthe o' andm when Mlt binhowt on April 30 told The Joint lota Inter .
Then Landoesrmnt drivehs re, hingri thylegilat ivewphgas fhr acnl Reeo. a e '_bt' a .
Katiuniot's witho idsub loadsa Ionythiessionsal oobCeraob t ingngre n Itetmoho 2c t thel nresh eoro ori ra ll
an offire door andingubleettseonloeopllin- m Hnd~ g a _i r-dw.anBRothi oor- 91 e Tat'. e0h.-teiothe
fo erl pp opatntha on aillnnnd mustaepor ussn-bgai 5iaure a'eaa n a orn" "ill, bea; $ .teor "1 =
-ltterwtionwithhchlorthPrhyln elimintthtPr breath thd aciteso ths l abo en regrr IsSean aa deic trh a i paingrwit team ad veriablge oa
e s hy odor.r.e. owvda a long etTndint problem with do bi fon not collecred bya theml got itealtisMap.r ht u of hb g ar-la_ u w"o"
2 wo ay n"w -Ltation bring~ unbliTevablaeI nation's untonse The Psealdant,-tatement had not been pr.o sep. Dan oeerav New York o the oever, it ill ter o
c l o rt ateeding KenroL-Ration today and ony good-by orssestted thr e-ofthe1 MOl bplls ur The .Ptb. there wml tax nt He S
y dorerAI 00 Fo at over ui00,Onr a wyear. dent iteea-t made no eKtimate of actup ex- It was to reson e all these t
t- Rllze theno e elephantine ptbndyturg i the im nt figurettw clariaycattlo the Wheift
s.ntromeIfriend to t hunidasm bak.p o st Eembowe Zdemind the U. ratby
el TAstatementsA-NEr.tl. le.
S |ma e sw o ere rnIncOme Fod r, toiahettend-n a-e P to rtdou iTb with any aceue to cool evo ry -retl M.t i,
do cnhe heompHletendertihene ands elina mog ine ine $ b00i0.00anla- raldr be0verbeand$al2.
|t lit INlenownythisuninn an| Therealu oegetsh areh iotu oip Tal m fa i eIU f t.,.u
|a 308.citn- mee s inp re r irnt Punhnti resident And Congrneor ru Tat's
CSnnd dog food. Is atcd with luano .t hcaon t e alddtals, vacation resortsad wW e lreid n ps te m.t ; '
rd mee-ty .. coi Gven-ai t tv e penle ona for a ne tli-ra ee ta.:... .
Sment Inpect tore not. The do ubSebhatins muns. Tafe B th .- h t bmn e Dewtt l i
l 1 - paublsohed orat or i csioedtet loe how haa eat respect for the national Intnet, above the broad array of
aThesirz$eseofthOes me ar. ds.t Z yeard, owerthd+ of o tn t e '.
"neu is that Anchie d whlehll ar i' s
that one find es and sust afrepow thi' Teatotagwth nI o- .--- a
REN- L*R AT ION : toteshm Ithsuin(rantntPr rd.isdctn thg ap veritable?^ylaWgots o
4 H a P T * If No rlakbe faith followers put in them. In tant rilations with Soo- grTt, are Bt 0aS i *
Sl iAWefer o thes e ,Nucfye8 ro tS eas eould ba anrrd sarhle it.e 1 0
annnel eadorooande ju IIork CwihRe-.amloer tsor fombe
Th---erksiz e oheeuntr ewh vowas *th eir aha t, th bup to them." tuthems el l teemd.
thevenor tetim on h dinet.bhe dothe.ity ofttheoe ranedle re.o ., 0
S some friends two undays back. Tht i M M ad the U. 8. y
E Union members eand employers Coha ; fiw o bd Ta t g' t
thahs o I were ure to attend-and ad- He tt t tdrrt Ip s. n wr e nae
I'.tle a La des' Oft laor nameone at e oeisphi" wit to e
S IN Th STRAN EST PLACES \ iO W i i i o ilold do te thi the ,,h
ever a, 0 eth suIhom e An the a r,toA hto"a"
scig e-LRtontda lsa oo-y.Uotsue.Te- ". hrewn I at.H
l but tly, the Retail -iThi
Cler leade r was given the
proceeds from this magazine-
500 tax free. Next year, it th
wil be another official, etc. etc.
Grandma's trunk But that's the wayit Is. Some
prefer to ow .ra t racks or
was full of lunk cUsh. Others prefer to own their
and cluttered uv the attit own soul and look their mem-
bers in the eye.'Which is why
I PA elasslflen ad sold the lot write of David Dubinsky, today. e
41l happy antelqe addtltl
-Police :rac 40 ta air
r PANAMAA AMERILAN carries M(ORE.'JLASSIFIED. ou-y-ol ,n
4DS than all other daily papers m id PaJ uI Cailli rWs t proatedo
S.3 ,*- I .
Swarnm- OffleU of the Wc
i p U are, f r the A
thft W iifm'fl f AlM
* S 1M
-M ,4hut, ie 1951, sue- them
W e.il 'It iimge t e h i" I the
'be i e h bee the U for
*to*b back. O tto AIMh.
In auzi-tiow 4O
'Naw WAid' look
On May 27 the Third Men
of "New World Wr
A iL "atSoewt t
le aIdin most con
all ~was er
snke anslU" a ovf '
~~F' 9u 3 w d r N s ed I
y only i
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UWUPAFU3~ -- z -
r of clubs
mired an end
* lib partner
Sa spade at
Dummy won the second trick
with the king of spades and re-
turned a club fo declarer to
ruff. Declarer drew trumps with
the ace and king, entered dum-
my with the ten of diamonds,
and ruffed dummy's last club la
,ih.a owa nd.
.. Westh tddisaWd a pade on
-the third round of trumps, so
Woolworth 6ashed the ace of
spades and put West with a
third round of spadeS West could
cash the teo of spades, but Wool-
worth maey d Mrded a low
heart. d f tor West to
lead the heart and thus give
him a trick with the king of
tor It would have done West nQ
- good to discard a eart Instead
of a spade on the ird round of
he trumps. If West had done so, de-
n- darer would have led hearts.be-
ore cashing the ace of spades.
ew West would be blet take two
ap heart trtwks but would then have
* a to le4 ~,mde up to the ace-Jack.
o,. In Uentally, you may wonder
Pi why d didn't leada heart
.=litlia t held a
b sut headed by, the ace
Sflce ast had passed
d to execute an end
YMCA May Queen
. To Be Elected
h Queen of May will be
leted by pular vote on Sat
Stday night at the Orchestra
e to be held at the Balboa
Arthur Newberry Jr. and his
Air FMe band will furnish the
of May will be chosen
vote to reign over the
.The ueen will preside for
tf June er the new-
e"Social Hour" for
"under the supervision
hoatesses and the Olrls
'goanlsamUon. Date of
Aiil l'to be announced. '
S een and their wives
e, to thpe activitls.
may be acquired
n.Abie de Linares
nu office of the "Y."
]H IIt Tenn. (UP) .-
Bridges is Jut un
6 walked Into a pawn-A
p to hock a watch. The
*Wier secogalsd it as a watphl
21tr 1s store. Arres
wat charged with steal.
watches, 18 gold wedding
and 14 diamond rings.
"'ffry-"'^ ', "jjWg ,
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thanks to the size of PALL MALL,
20% longer than
the tobacco in a
: your throat..,
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kefying b e,
. . Them SINGER* Attachmens fr gh on r
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A B-47le bomber has
malle a 1r en stop
flight In t to break "a
distance d iams records
for jet alrcat," the Air Force
Detallsao wI a t Men on two
other histe tctta t laons
-the first Jet over the
North Pole and a 3- 0 -min-
ute' wet-to-eat 4~ era -
inR by two O- U bers.
On its' o-l the
B-47 was times
from tangrl dropped
a five-ton diu bqu at the
half-way Inart t te a
long-rang Wtat itson.
The hp, w 500
miles an hour. wa e out
over the sothera 4 western
United states "lat year." It
equalled half the distance around
Crew members were Lt. Col.
Russell E. Schleea, Capt. Leon-
ard P. Farrell, M/8gt. Chester E.
Lee and Robert A. Jackson, civil-
ian engineer. In 194M. Sehleeh pi-
loted an early model B-47 from
Moses Lake. Calif., to Andrews
Air Force Base, Md., in 3 hours
26 minutes to average.607 mph.
The Air Force described these
other "firsts" for the aix-Jet med-
ium bombers which are starting
to replace slow piston-engine B-
29 superforts of the Strategic Air_
"rm a De-motat! I
got so exgJted abc
Us, JM C
a of al
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Shipping & Air Line News
'"jtoolship" Leaves Friday
L se than a third of the pas-
sejAr' scheduled to sail toa.or-
roiyfora the States on the Pana-
m" linbr Cristobal will be cldil-
dren of school ape or under, ac-
cording to the advance passenger
Mr. and Mrs. C. Clair Law-
rence and three children; Ed-
ward W. Lawrence; Michael T.
Letchko: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer W.
Liebach, Jr.: Mr. and Mrs.
Clhirles D. McConnell and two
children: Mr. and Mrs. George
S. McCullough and three chil-
S',e Cristobal will be the first dren: Mr.' and Mrs. Richard H.
shi to sail northbound at the McConaughey and two children;
b n-ring of the school v-.c:-tion Eugene McGaughey: Miss Chris-
p4ed when families xxith chil- tine Maver: Miss Gloria Mehler;
dren of school age are Civen pri- Mr. and Mrs. Dale R. Meriweth-
oriy -in space assignments. A to- er and two children; Miss Mar-
tal of 181 passengers are booked inn Midelev: Mr. and Mrs. An-
td sail. dcivas Nicolaisen and three chil-
!Airmni those leaving foi vaca- dren: Miss Marjean Nittinger:
tion in the States will be Dr. Miss Susan Payne. Master Juan
LVwrence Johnson. Superinten- Ramon Porras; Mrs. Lenore
dint of Canal Zone schools and Pritham and four children:'and
1M s., Johnson They plan to be Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Pustis
away most of the s.nimcr vaca- and three children.
ti4A period and will spend most
of their tin:e on the west coa.st. Mr and Mrs. John F. Rice
The complete advance passen- and steu-son. Robert Morrissey:
SlIst of the Cristobal follows: Frederick Robinson: Warren B.
S.Sr. Josephine M Aspesi: Mrs. Roeers and two children: Miss
Eectra Baldwin and three chil- Teresa Rothsten: Mr. and Mrs.1
dilen: Spiros Bailanos: Mr. and Theodore W. Schmidt and two.
' s. Paul L. Beck and daughter: children: Miss Helen Schmincke;
Frank B. Biquely: Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Richard C. Ser-1
Atddrew Bleakley Sr. and two "eant and daughter; Mr. Eva
c lldren: Mrs. Stella Bradney: Smith and daughter: John P.I
Mrearet S. Bramlett and Smith. Sr.: Mrs. Frances Stack-
dilughter: Mrs. Eleanore P. enwalt: Mrs. Lillian Strasle-
Brockman and three children: Hone: Mr. and Mrs. George 0.
and Mrs. Michael MI Bro- Tarflinger and two children, Mr.
and two children: and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart P. Trail and
a d.UrLs Walter 3. Brown and son: Mrs. CamilleJ. VanHoose:
sop.: Mr. and Mrs. William Wall and,
son: Mr. and Mrs. Alan S. Wal-
'Mrs. Clara M. Chambers and lace and son: and Mrs. Isabel
t~to children: Constant W. Chase Watson.
and two children; Dale S. Cockle:
I. and Mrs. Lewis R. Cox:
Lawrence C. Cox; Dr. and Mrs Sen. McCarthy
Efnest C. Dahlman; Mrs. Mae .--n. C rty
E' Davis: Mr. and Mrs James T ter Hospital
0#Des Londes and two children: 0 'n r ospita
2I. and Mrs. Clarence Doty: r
M4s. Elva R. Dunnintr and two .F o -nreCKUp
liildten: Mrs. Mable Dyer and
t. o chellren; Mr. and Mrs. John WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP)- i
C, Fawcett and daughter; Mrs. .Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy said he
IDaneaPFefler: Mrs. Mary A. will enter the Naval Medical
F rd; and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Center at nearby Bethesda. Md.,
1 Foster Sr. and son. tori'ht for'a routine rheckln.
Miss Rose Gordon: Mrs. Lola The Wisconsin Rtpublican,
d l I Guardia; Mrs. Beverly C. who underwent stomach surgery
lliday: Mr and Mrs. Alclde 'last year. sild he extrects to re-,
Hause' and three children: main in the hospital through the:
J hn D. Hayes: Miss Etta Hazin; weekend for rest and "routine
n. id Mrs. Robert C. Her- checks."-
and two children; John ..aid therewS "nothing sr-
Hesston: Mr. and Mrs. Will-ious" about his condition but
tm C. Hearon and son: Mrs. That he ha, bepn postponing the;
Aitoinette B. Huff and four, repaired checkup for several!
ildren: Irving P. Hughson: Dr. weeks.
ajd Mrs. Lawrence Johnson: Mr.!
a d Mrs. John J. Kl1v and four "_
c ildren: Mr. and Mrs. Thomas "
Kellev and daughter; and --
lorbt B. Kosan. 1.
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FOLLOW THE MAP-A ae device to make long distalpes
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the map as Lme uirst of a set, now in preparation, that will cover
all of Germany.
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MIAMI, One Way ......$70.00 Round trip $126.00
GUAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.44
QUITO, One Way ...... 86.00 Round trip 154.80
Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
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V Ifqueqt freight sliungs fea Cristobel to
Wet Cowt Central Amerian pmort.
Passenger Salings to New Orleans
via Santa Marta. Colombia.
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Weekly simlings on Twelve-Pamenger Ships to New Toem, New Orlean,
Ib0IW Los Angela. San Framelsee and Settle.
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SDO t tpY atrday, May
ae te; Aat the a Post Office.
ik, Extension i._- The sale i t 8:30 a.m.
and all p d will so to, the
Morgan was un- Canal Ze. Drive.
Lt:W ;."o7lapter o
otifor-Dirsctor fCaor d Nr
MWre -, -- -
Ba- Boart Meer etlea Junm 3
Jeas Th Inter-A an Woman's
drey Club wil hod an election day
Son June 3, rom 9:00 am. to
6:00 p.m., to ces ,* new
a BoBrd of Dtutam.^
famle en M s to peril.
lin ;tlwe4"m whih
K He i e d W dt, to. e4-
Irlbs 15 *
an: aij'uuw rw p.B.-
General admission Ia $1.00;
students 50 cents; and, in keep-
In with the policy of the U -
JW. o charge w.ilbe.adM
For Luntar m,
9b i lua ~. bon of ,the
VtiaU Woman's Clb
~4 YNiR MADDOX
N34 o0 0 ttdmrket Editor
SOUTHWEIT, Tp u Moe of spoons flour, 4 t
the Texans I aW 1o00- Ing oil, % teas;
mile tour of the Stes lutamate, 1 tep
were tall, Tsan, Tin here esp horso
is spacious thatmany of c ned tomato
were d on chuck-wagon toes (cubedY, 2
stew. (cubed), 1 Cup-`
Nell Morris, recognied author- corn chips (
ity on Texas cooknig, says the crushing.)
stew's rightful name Is "Vaque-
ro Gulsado." Yearango, the ma- Salt beet, dre
orlty of the TxWt-cowhands brown in cool
er of Mexlc~. ex- Add seasoning, 1
nblned. Ouisad 4 'for potatoes and ca
*w and Vaque it $or cup of corn child
Ndwboy. then add the bb
the huge Sobs Tlas with the remaO
iches -which j ared over and cover. Bak
jnllons of acrIs thUvA't stew oven (350 degr<
vs served from.n .ehuk wag- hour.
on, especially d rd -ups
and branding many Ailinn r
as 100 ravenus mWt a time. Al ng*
But everyone h 1 a cowboy's I H it
,Ppout,. so NEW orris h. In oHspe1
ought her ru fTvaqueo
o" Into f the For Diagi
iU ean jmeng and
ben who dn.t M Tex- WAHIMGTO
ranges, and 4., ulld the Senate eopub U
chy touch of corn Chis, an- ert A. Taft (0.)
other Teuas specialty. Reed Hospital J
i medical diagni
Vaquero Gulsado with Corn Chips hip.
.ne found hek ol' lean beef will spend seven
2r-lach cubes, 8 table- hospital under
salt, 3 ta-
s, 2 -ldium on-
). 2 mkum pota-
toas d after
dge-in flour and
q oU l knllet.
Ppota. see %
ps 1i a casserole,
et. mixture. Top
lnin corm chips
e ln. moderate
ves F.) for one
I, May 21 (UPI)-
man leader Rob-
) enterqd Walter
Ie today for a
esis of a painful
said the senator
ral days in the
the sweeping grace of the 18th
century in solid silver.
U.S. Sales p per Pe.
Canal Zone delivery
QwOM a Why *W TMI~B A
aT ,ABU ,O *0.. 0. 4 4K
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ter defense. The exese 'will
continue for two days atd two
It will include the recomnais-
sance. occupation andd organiza-
tion of key terrain; p1n g and
establishment of mantUtai Sup-
porting defense armes; cosutruc-
tion of replacements, milhflelds
and other obstacles; and plan-
ning and establishing a coordi-
nated fire plan.
On Wednesday, the tropers
will move back Itt BMe amp
between 7 a.m. and 6 p.m, for
care and cleaning of equipment,
At Coco Solo
The executive council of the
Pa n a m A Area-Wide Distaff
Councils held their first meet-
ing on the Atlantic saide last
week with 180 observers in Rt-
tendanoe. The meeting was held
at the Coco Solo Officer's Club.
Capt. R. J. Noll, Fort Oulick,
was the principal speaker of the
day. He stressed the Importance
of first aid workers in saving
lives in an atomic disaster.
Mrs. A. M. Bledsoe presented
a replica of the gavel used to
call the meetings to order to
Mrs. E. C. Kiel, who Is resigning,
from the council.'
Troopers Ernter Final Phase.
Of w fYn Brush. Bay'
Sfrom tod the I a little rest. and most of all -
last shlotifitred. so to speak ready for the final phase of the
and Opeasft sh Bay will month-long Jungle exercise.
i close. / The curtain will go up on the
Nearly 01 AM aratratpers of final act of Operation Brush Bay
the 1st Cat oMt team on Wednesday, at 7 p.m. and ring
of the Ditihon down at noon the following Fri-
from ort a a, day.
will pack teirte. For the final problem, the 1st
Howev'the Battalion Combat Team will be
pl ooner! l he in attack.
best pat t the This time the problem involves
closing day, the reserve battalion of a regi-
StartinRg mund8 atI p.1 and meant and shore-to-shore supply
continuing i surrounding of an assault bat-
day, the e 0 t on talion by a water-borne envelop-
Combat t : for ment.
the "Bat=ta p The exercise will include the
lem. necessary planning and prepara-
tion for an execution of a water-
Thisa s.'iW In- borne and cross-country move-
Vol ing ard tallon ment and shore-toshore supply
establlhing a IdelbW erIme- evacuation.
EVERYBODY IS TALKING about itt
It's been a tremendous success the Circle Players
Starring: Bob Loggia A Hindi Diamond
Salon Balboa May 21, 22. 23
Tickets on sale at Fastllch, Dagmar or the Lobby of
ou ^Vsl 2L
Rhal Cucko ClAckf :."'
^ Made Is BAck Ft?|
S 12. up
4 I i t r, I T IT I a .1Sr
ATKINS N S
EAU DE COLOGNE
S'u've 8 to choose from...
8 deA~lAJlim /arncus *
* COLD MEDAL EAU DE COLOGNE
LOTION EAU DE COLOGNE
1 s ROWERS AU DE COLOGNE
ROYAL AXIM LOTION
aOYAL BRIAR EAU DE COLOGNE
A U DE COLOGNE ALIST URSS
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,'^ RIt was early in the i8oo's that
10() Mr. James Atkinson first delighted
SRegency England with a cologne of .
ameaptiepal delicacy Atkinsons Gold
Ma t*E&w d Cologne. 150 years later the
discrimainagqare still discovering thestfresh- ,
ment and di.inction of this truly classic
Now. there are 8 Atkinsons Colognes W .
choose w om--8 exciting fragrances, each.,.
..*J .its own special character. Make y 4s"
personal choice from Atkinss . they're
fun to choose and fun to use.
Dies In Jamaica
Uve of Barbados and
Ident of. this city, died last
Mr. Blackman Is survtvMw
his two daughters,
Blackman and Ruby Grant
six grandchildren reading
JFB Meeting A'
The Junta Pemenina deoistr
ficencla will hold a meet l .
night at the Pacific Club6Wt1
beginning at 7:30.
Ai immgr ,8
mp m ,.- -
45th St. No. 3 Bealla lta'
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You Sell 'em... When You Tell 'em thrUPA. Cassifiedsl
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H* Street Panami
SNo 12170 Central Ave. Coln
Sa46 doe Beleza Americano C g Store
No..55 Wet 12th Street iOJM ~ a Ave.-Phone 255 Colos
Agencia lntermacioal de Publicaciones P u S. A.
brer studiante t.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza- Phone 2-3199 a' Id 2-2798
FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANY B,
Household AvtowmobIie. we av i Ph
F JR ALE:-Frigidoire, 9 cu. ft., 60 FOR SALE:-M. G. 1951. good con- asi A g
cycle, perfect working condition, diti, reasonable price. Call CrisDR W-NDEHAKE. M-
reasonable; 2Philippine straw tobal 2103. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical n. GrJ
reasonable; arg Philippinedu2141-B Central Avenue, K Street cornerv.
rugs, bargain. Curund FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsm o le y Telephone 2-3479, Panar m
Te!. 5244. dramatic, radle, white well HIM, '..-... .
FOR. SALE:-BLndix automatic wash- duty pId. ete, t p$e, isp* sb Travel via "AREA," 'the Roate ofO
e,-. like ne,. 60 cycle, $125.00 Cell Penaman3-4934. or 3-2333. Good Neighbor." NO IN-a-EA H
Fhone 87-3:92. FOR SALE-1941 Dodge Club Coupe OCKTAILS!...neway to MIAMI
F.( SALE: - Household furniture. 1948 motor. Good sape. 5719-A. $70.00...NEW YORK, $114.00. h
Sr.- .ron. hidecwoay double bed with Diablo. Phone 2-6418. ..GUAYAQUIL, $80.00... QUI FO
cu-tom made slip covers. Dressers, FOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile, 6 TO, $86.00. Round trip to MIA-
tables, chairs, youths' maple bunk, Cyl., convertible, perfect condition Mi. $126.00.. N, ? YI M
Sbad; etc. House No. 5524-D, Tel. 3-0670. $214.00. .GUAYAQUILQ P144.00 I
ft. ALE: Studio couch; large paid, and 8 ft. Servel Electrolux PANAMA DISPATCH S4 Wi
Selc:;ric for, 25 cycle; mahogany refrigerator and electric mangle. Avenida Nocional (AIU, 2
drop leaf toble; electric refriger- House 553 Ancon lIvd. Phone 2- Row), telephone 2-165 .
ator, 25 cycle Frigidaire, 9 ft.. 3198.
hou-chcld odds and ends. Mamei -- REWAR forretuing brown
S Ano.. House 356. Apt. 4 FOR SALE:-Internatlonal 41 Pick- Dachshund puppy called "Wih,t-
S-----. up truck. Dyty paid. Good condi- zel." 'Please cal Ponar o'0)i 989.
SSAL: -Six piece set cf bamboo tion. $300.00. Curundu, 2044-B, No questions asked.
umnture, m -xcellent condition, $125. Tel. 83-6161. Experienced bb siter. For Frdays
S CO. Cushions practically new. Call Experienced baby sitter. For Frdy
S 7, Colon. FOR SALE: 1946 Lincoln, good Saturdays and Sundays, low rtes, FOI
condition, $450. May be financed, call Panoam 5 edt tty
CR. SALE:.--Liingroom set, refriger- Call 86-6283. .. ..
atir, 60 Cycle gas stove, bed with bO. L--h -r FOR SALE
Sinnerspring mattress and misc. FORSALE 95 Pl outhe -door FOR SALE
household it'rrs. Apt. I, Gerardo sedan, radio. Leather upholstery,
-ostegod St. Nc rI. will trade on 1951 Ford or Chev- PO Mellnp5
. Otega t.- )i_-- rolet convertible. Call Balboa 11 r
SALE:--WestinQhouse 25 cycle 2333 FOR SALE: Newly arrived fancy p
Grigeraior. Good condition. Call tropical fishes, hamsters, prp-" r
Soa 4239. FOR SALE :--951 Chevrolet Eel-Air keets, African love birds flowe, FOf
*t-______- radio, 11,000 miles orninar owner, magazines ACUAR10-TROPICAL, r
C.t SALE:-Five pieee French Pro- excellent condition. Phone 83-2268 Panomo's only PET SHOP, No. 5n5
v'nciol i.chogony bedroom set, or 86-2201. Via Espaa. phone 3-5411. .
'daydo' afitenoon. 8063, 10th St. FOR SALE:--At bargain price credit FOR SALE:-AKC Registered Cocker r
t. 8. CC note cf $1,575.00 on brand new Spaniel Puppies. 8 weeks old. Call 4
p. a-de' Mercury or Ford Station Wagon. Amodor 82-4248.
F(.. SAL--:,:;wood porch shades, Ernesto Madroro. Phones: Home 3- FOR
5"' w`de. bob' crib, mahogany 3490 office 2-2844. FOR SALE:--Singer sewing foot ma- n
9r4i b-ed, mahogany livingroorn chine, piano upright grand, re- o
lamps. 98-D L" Street, New FOR SALE:-FiatCoupe in perfect frigerator Frigidaire, stroller, baby
rstoo. conditioni. Price for immediate sole. crib. Tel. 916.'Colon.
Crslobo!.i. iPhone Auto Eisenman,..2-4966.
FL S:.L:--Wooden office chairs. PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
.ond handI. Phone 3-2094. FOR SALE:-1951. Ol9 mobile Super OFFERS OFFICE FURNITURR AND
88 2-door sedan. Hydramatic, ra- EQUiPMENTi Fo SAL L
FL SALE:-Electric stove, 4-burner di; white side wall tires. Excellent Sealed bids, for opening in public -
w;,h oven $100.00; 25 cycle re-I condition. Coll Albrook 2215. will be received until 10:30 A M.,
frigerotor $125.00; dresser, shoped,- w ill be reevdutl1:0 A. AM. w
mfrror $18.00; Floor lamps $5ser, sh OR SALE-Cadillac 62 Convertible May 25, in the office of Su- Two
$3; Kodak Retina 35mm camera 49 with adio, Defroster and five perintnce t .r deskIs, stl ounf
S25. Crisrobal 3-1540. brand new tires. Sacrifice. Call for"office C ndria pii ter desks, steoelCIO"
25. a 54 Kobbe3236.tables, fes, d tfrm scale lo-
PC SALE:-Retrigerotor Philco 5 acted In 0ilding No. 11, "3.00"
Good condition. Apply at FOR SALE:-'51 Dodge car (Stotion Area. Bolboo. Inviaon, No. 28 may FOR
S-:c No. 22, Panon.,. Wagon) Radio, good buy. Will be obtained from above source. bi
::*- -. No.--22,tn r- T bring it for inspection. Tel. 4-567. or from offer erintendent of
F07 SALE: Rostan Bridge-Tob e S OI f,---t- '
it four occasional chairs and one FORSALE-1947 Dodge Sedan. Ex- Storehouses. i"2-1815. -
Rattan r p cellent condtion. Good tires. BSal- FOR A mahog i
All practically new. Ti li Avenue boa 4341 after 5 p" gg. bed $5 bed 1
No. 10, Apt. 8. BARGAIN: Lincol anSedan 1948 00.-Teeph 3-659 or 2-4374
W SALE:-Coldsoot refrigerator with-five new white sidewall tires Mrs. C. H. Clark Colle J de la
r25 cycle, $60. Portable sewing $650. Apply Carta Vieja office. Ossa, case t. 10, Apt. 13. li
n'ma- me. 2 years old, $75. No. Jos- Po. de la Ossa Ave. No. 30. FOR SAL; E:.- foot locker,
-07-1 Wi!liomson Place, Balboa. FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet Sedan. 1D bed. Very r le. House
Must sell. Take best offer by Sun- 1438-B, wen Bolboo.
Hel W anted day. Tel. 3-5069. FOR SAL -SCondgil aoca'don. 80
BARGAIN! English Rord Consul 1952, bases. xclo ndition. Phone
AN. D:-G.od cook. References perfect condition. Owner leaving Balboa 1694. $
re, :rd. Apply 5049 Federico for Europe. reasonable sales terms, FOR SALE:--Scr vinylite oand other O
Boa d ofice, 8 to 10. please contact Autos Omphroy, Tel. plaosic., ox Ponont. oa
"' 0 C L 2-0810 for further information. .i- B
S N S FOR SALE:-1949 Studebaker. Per-. r
A"TENTION PARENTS: Enroll condition. $925.00. Call A- n Offered
your teenagers inrour special ball- brook 86-4152 or 3-3098. Buck- ere
rooms donee course for June, Ju y lay WANTED: automobile Salesman
and August only. 3 months course -opportunity-o work into sales
for nty $10.00. Saturday 11:00 WANTED o for rt man. rite
e. m. Hurry! Hurry! kids time is stati" qualifications. Box 879,
getting short. talboo YMCA. Hor- MiiquellaneOU Ponama'. PO
nett ---------- WANTED TO BUY: One second be
Sand piano in good condition. Type Brooklyn H usewifen
Business Lunch suitable for moving, lightweightousew
call Speciol Services, Coco Solo .at4kMv
New Feature 8641 during working hours. Fe
United States couple EXPECTING,
At El Pane a mPANAMANIAN CHILD requires
unfurnished two-bedroom hot water nd FOR
new luncheon feature for apartment or house by July *1.
A new luncheon feature for Call Panama 3-4808 or 3-3226. YORK, M 21 (U)-
business people, has been inmti- A Brooklyn housewife has writ-
tu'te at Hotel El Panama. ten a letter to Soviet Premier M
L_ is a "busineumen's lunch" tLe a 0 CO eortg Malenko Sking him to
ered in the a-condtoned release her soldier husband, who
Balboa boom. aior o UNITESCNAL ZONEAMRICA anished behind the Iron Cur-
Menus have been tailored to u~ T DRlO STATES DISTRICT COURT tain nearly six months ago. IL
luncheon tastes of men after FoR THE DISTRICT OF THE Mrs. Ruth Miles, 36, mother
considerable research. Three e .ANAL ZONE of a seven-year-old daughter
le appear as the main ALBOA DIVISON, sai
rse while a soup, dessert and N F THE
siverage are also served. The HARLAN FEUILLE, hel
e choices will appear on theP Deceased.. ne
e days of each week, so that cEONT E NO. R111.
fond Ofa"hi0k NOTICE TO CREDITOR O
a client Is very fond of"e-ic NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that "' Oat
. pot pie" he knows he will find perses having any claims against Pre
onthe menu every Monday, for HARLAN FEUILLE, deceased, e r- M
tnce, or if the eggs benedict 9JVd to file their said claims, with the reti
aong his favorite dishes, then Cwh of Uited States District Court a s
hur.day is the day for him. at Ancon, casal ZOm, er to l exhbt th m ap
Since the main courses and with the necessary ,.wouch t onf
Jsert s are placed at a loni ta- dersine, HAus, to. yt1rrC Cuu" re
!e near the entrance of the Bal- cana Zone, said claims must bh *up.
Bar, there will be no waiting *rtev by the affwavnt of the esi.mant,
.'S *esme 's heon .la-" .r .
teo8o11 hWif th at the
Sbe served Monday through crened, ind that theme mre l *R ct
s from noon until 2:30 tohe sam, to the know" se l t
afflamt. All claims must be fie" r
premsted on or before the 2thk da ,ef
September 13 wor they will he for er
Datedl this 19th day of May 11e.
Mary Evelyn FeWfl,1
H iV o~n No. 1 161 l Administratrxl.
iti ^ Co"mfo-.rt-1
d she wrote the letter after
d*to how a similar move
ped lead to the release of
Waman, William Oatis from a
choalouklan prison. Mrs.
l irwote such a letter to the
sedent of Czechoslovakia.
Trs. Miles appealed for the
urn of 50. I/C Aubrey Miles,
older for 22 years, who dis-
eared !from his post in
ankfurt, OGermany, last Dec. 2.
CHIC AND RICE
t-. S c -. <%, .
llips. Oceanside cottages, Santa
Clora, Box 435, Belboo. Phone
Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673,
imlich Santa Clara bach-cot-
tages. Electric iceboxes, gas stoves,
moderate rates. Telephone 6-441
Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.
)USES ON BEACH at Santa Clara,
also in COOL Cerro Campano
Mountain. Phone SHRAPNEL, hf-
STER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely furnished.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Bring your linens. Phone Dogmar's
Illams' Santa Clara Beach cottages,
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rckas
'anges. Balboa 2-3056, except
R RENT:-Cholet, furnished or
unfurnished, fully fenced, three
bedrooms, two baths, parlor, din-
ngroom, kitchen, porch, maid's
oom, garage, small swimming
pool, one year renewable leese to
liable party, with three months
re payment. Box 5043 Ancon, Ca-
Q RENT:-Ventilated, screened &
modern chalet, two bedrooms,
maid room. hot water, good view
of Panama Golf Club. $115.00,
monthly. Miguel Hive. Phone &3-
RENT:-Two bedroom well fur-
nished chalet, porch, yord: refrig.
rotor, gas stove.. Monthly, $125.
00. Phone 3-4860.
a and five room furnished and
imished apartments; private en-
ld gardens. 8061, 0th Street,
ew Cristobol.Talepholne Colon
*rporms, lvim a
W pantry, kItci
Ipm. To married couple. No.
WVNT: Ap)arment inr
Isteweal situatd w
idroom, KelviIator 'Iceo
stovev, all in best condi
formal 4% street No.
35.00. --- --- .......
RENT:- Spacious furnished
ptment with everything, 2 -t*
g ]mi.o oupler $126.
S. netgors. Te
p u by con-
RENT.--~~hed cool room (&
- 4B--American cook-
M fr one or two gentleman.
imBo< a *ri hPp 3-248.
-mdm. .2 r
W 3-2729 or
7 Central ALw ei 81*
We pack and or"at pr ove
anything 'phehe i1t1
"2,62. Pana lA.
DEALERS IN W AND
BR tESTERWAT, a The
in three-acts by Garson s m. *tart
S- *'t -" -Co IA- <
He ....... Marion
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MrM. n6dges ...,
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was to Boaton, bu#tt
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Box ang iin as
I Seen AN NUM
Nd. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
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a i t the
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yr~q ae, atw
, Mon and Joe
Minerhere to re,
a p- -,: .4 -
t that there was
shaed na hblta able to
ifo bethfll W uiterruptv
rite at s, of "McCartl*P
fe~~~~j ** *j" l";*"
one of the mI nt after atre in a has now
been over to ae M. .
]ler latest p ormance re the easeta Is a story of
*bWhich rvoi roum an 1 U 1ved 1* A uta, udr Soviet
l t, a handaod sMad tIM e udSates Intel-
The unt eple during
the oue inan a ntr nn h as the
members of the Coommnnt paty wi l the. tolerate that their
young comrade hoAld fall l ove with a reprep.qtative of a
In addit ion e the romanz% thib et-re thern 1 a great
deal of coma d a action and wO h tMe three factors the
director of "No Ti For Flowers" has had in hIt hands the
necessary elements to produce picture that will be enjoyed by
L ThiS picture, wIl start playing at the Ceitral Itheater on
COLON, May 31 Dr. ,am e
Zetek, world-faM enbtnolW-
gist. heads the litW of committee
members to 6d a o and
aquarium for t$l19M Colon Ex-
position, it w aa.ounced today
by Dr. Belto Mbor, executive
secretary of the I14 Colon Com-
According to the plans of the
committee, the zoo and aquarium
will house as.sealy' a complete
lst as pes ,' of aalnal and
marine be f.au on te
Isthmuas of6m n-
Other commie members 1*-
chiude: Mjor Pvato R4amos, Jr.,
Lt. Brigdo Ram9., eorge 8t1-
mon, Hipoito eia~ile, Eley
Jaen O0caa and 1JS Cristobal
.. . I.
ONE OUT-. Te. Berra has a
mitt. In the'thr..pme of last
fall's Wod4Swrlm l.e exposed
digit wa split w Tom Gor-
man threw- a p h other than
the one called fr by the Yank.
"Comroded Woe eiwom
bmebo, theo vm, t IAj
efoploa4i Nor aw weq
h" a C.,ock 9h tu |
hours a arr
Also showing at the
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182 Safeiies In 8 Gamihes;
103 In N. L., 79 In A. L.
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By CARL LUNDQUIST
NEW YORK, May 21 (UP)-Yesterday was no
fane for the weak-hearted to go to the ball game,
dipecially in the National League. for. at the finish
Were were 182 hits for eight games, 103 in the Na-
tional and 79 in the American. There were 54 extra
base hits, 15 homers, eight triples and 31 doubles.
*be Giants set the pace with Brooklyn's Billy Loes pitched a
2 t lts, including three homers, six-hitter and Brooklyn picked
t e triples and three doubles up 10 In a 7-2 triumph.
1iq their 16-6 trouncing of the Washington hit Its high In hits
CO-s for their fourth straight for the year in a 16-hit 8-3 win
V*ttory. The Cardinals collected over collasible Cleveland while
13 hits as they also hit their Boston made nine hits in 14 In-
h for the season with an 11-61 ninps In its 3-2 victory over St.
victory over Pittsburgh in Louis decided on Del Wilber's
which Red Schoendienst even 'oinch homer. The Yankees and
made Stan Musial envious with Tigers each made 12 hits as the
six runs batted in on a homer, BomI-.'rs gain won in the final
two doubles, and a single for a Innine 9-8. The only pitching
nrect night. Pittsburgh collect- 'battle of the day fo u n d lefty
ed 14 hits. Morris Martin turning in a five-
* Cincinnati was the third N.L. hitter for the A's in a 2-1 vic-
cltlb to hit a season high for the torv over lefty Billy Pierce of
day with a 14-hit 14-5 victory the White Sox, who yielded sev-
over the Phillies. who mrAde 11' en hits.
lilts in defeat. Things were a A four-run rally In the third
little quieter in Milwaukee where and an eight-run rally in the
eighth were the crushers for
the Giants at Chicago as Mon-
S-, te Irvin, Alvin Dark, and Dav-
ev Williams hit homers. Bobby
Thomson, Henry Thompson
and Whitey Lockman tripled,
and Tookle Gilbert, Irvin, and
Dark doubled. Dee Fondy and
Roy Smalley hit Chicago horn-
Schoendienst booted his av-
erage 24 points to .354, second
highest in the league with his
big night at St. Louis while Mu-
sial and Steve Bllko collected
three hits each and Frank Smith
got four for Pittsburgh.
The Reds picked on an ace.
Curt Simmons, for their show it
Cincinnati, handing him his
*cond defeat against six victo-
ries. Ted Kiussewakl, Bobby Ad-
ams, Andy Seminick and Bob
Borkowski homered for Cincy;
Willip Jones and Johnny Wv-
rostek did likewise for Phgly.
Brooklyn added six stolen bas-
es to its 10 hits at Milwaukee as
$OBW WEiAND Loesw became their fourth route-
S, :going pitcher in a row. The
Ace pitcher of Norge, pace-Dodgers never trailed after
a trs bf the La Boca Senior Jockie Robinson hit a two-run
Epftball League Welland pitch- first inning homer.
ed' no-run no-hit game in de- Mickey Vernon boosted his
feting Special Troopp 2 to 0. average 19 points to a runner-
In three appearnaces in the up .364 In the A.L. Whenbe hit
Lai oca Senior Softball League, three singles and a double
Bob Welland, called "Mr. Pitch- while haa pitcher Spec
e has struck out 41 and yield- ha onrtilbuted three. agles
that dr6ve in three run- be-
esDut one run. f ore he ad to go out wloare-
Surrentl holder trouble. He
Ptched six blank innings
plndh-hit roles, nave veteran El-
L Boca Sen-, ooe
a senior' as Kinder his second victory in
Eas Xany days In a battle of re-
IIlievers t Boston. Loper Don Lar-
S t al L u sen pitched scoreless three-hit
o a Flball for seven innings before the
blast by Wilber.
Gene Woodling's single with
THE STANDINGS the bases loaded broke up the
THE STANDINGSL PeL Yankee game as Manager Casey
NorgeStengel used 21 pla era and Al-
Canada Dry 34 0 1.000 Reynol4s, his sia th plither,
2 1.5000 gained the victory, his fourth.
J2 2 .500 oe Collins' hIt a two-run Yan-
g 1. 1 500 kee homer and Mickey Mantle
S Flyers 1 3 250 blated a double and two sin-
West 0 2 .00 gles. Dun Lund got four De-
Spur Cola 0 3 .000 troit hits.
8pur Cola vs Canada Dry
'Monday: Jr Hi Track Meet
Albrook Flyers vs. Norge A
Tuesday:. ft, ,. I.,A: i.I
Special Troops vs. Optica Sona
SNorge 2, Special Troops *
Mr.. Picther, Bob Weiland,
authored the first no-run no-
hit iene in the thirteen-year
history of the La Boca Senior
S oftball League.
The Hall of Fame masterpiece
fashioned when Norge, cur-
ent pacesetters, copped a 2-0
ecison from Special Troops.
Welland whiffed 13 batters to
ring tip a total of 41 strikeouts
in 20 innings. In his three
mound appearances at La Boca,
Mr. Pitcher has yielded three
tits and one run.
Big John Pistro was red. hot,
ending but three hits, one of
ich was a two-run homer by
Mil Malcolm. But for the Mal-
eslm swat, both pitchers might
aMll be in there burning them
agreo in scoreless innings. PIs-
t: eo struck out six and gave up
se walk. Welland yielded three
i box score:
AB l U
G riffith, If
2 1 o"1
3 0 0
2. I 1
1 g 0
3 0 9
3 0 0
i e g
1 & g ,
U11 LIf IaIIuilli
Youth Day Friday
Friday, May 22 at 3:30 pn.m In
the Balboa Stadium the Elks
Lodge No. 1414 of Balboa will
sponsor the Junior High Selqol
Track Meet. Registration cloe
with a total of 180 boys.. Stu-
dents of the Balboa Junior High
School, Cristobal Junior High
School and St. Mary's Mission
School are among those enter-
ed. The events, especially set up
and physcological sound for
this age group are:
120 yd. low hurdles.
100 yd. dash.
220 yd. dash.
440 yd. run.
880 yd. run.
8 lb shot put.
Running Broad Jump.
During the past week qualify-
ing trials were complIetd and
the best will be on hand
Meet competition will be
grade levels and medals wit b
awarded to first, second
third place winners.
Joseph Capello, Exaltd
of Elks, will be honoramy
The Track Meet is part
Elks National Youth.
Phila. at Pittsb
Brooklyn at Nei
Cincinnati at S
No other game
a 18 .3
10 18 4e
w York (N)
t. Louis (N)
Phila. 002 030 000- 5 11 3
Cincinnati 100 601 33x-14 14 1
Simmons t6-21, Miller, Peter-
son and Burgess. Judaon, NuK-
hall (1-0) and Seminlck.
Brooklyn 213 100 000--7 10 0
Milwaukee 000'200 000-2 6 1
Loes f5-21 and Campanella.
Bickford (0-3), Johnson Cole
and Crandall, St. Claire.
New YoTk 014 100 280-16 21 1
Chicago 100 002 300--- 6 10 0
Jansen (3-3), Wilhelm and
Rush (3-4), Lown, Jones,
Leonard. Kelly, Bacweski, Simp-
son and Sawatski.
Pittsburgh 001 203 000- 6 14 0
St. Louis 233 010 20x-11 17
Friend (1-3), Bowman, Hetkl,
McDonald, Face and Garagiola.
Presko (2-3), Clarke, Brazle and
New York at Washington (N)
Philadelphia at Boston
No other games scheduled
St. L. 000 000 200 000 00-2 11 2
Boat. 002 000 000 000 01-3 9 1
Trucks, Larsen (1-2) and
Moss, Courtney. Grissom, Free-
man, Kinder (2-1) and White.
Detroit 200 051 000-8 12 4
New York 001 032 011-9 12 1
Newhouser, Madison, Wight
(0-3), Herbert and Bucha. Lo-
pat, Scarborough, Miller, Gor-
man, Kuzava, Reynolds (4-1)
and Silvera, Berra.
Chicago 000 100 000-1 5 0
Phila. 010 000 001-2 -7 1
Pierce (5-2) and Wilson. Mar-
tin (2-3) and Astroth.
Cleveland 000 000 003-3 7 1
Washington 020 000 60x-8 16 1
Feller (1-3), Hooper, Gromek,
Wilks and Hegan, Aylard. Shea
(3-0), Schmits and Fitzgerald.
Loes Deals Woes
DODGERS-- AB RH PO A
Gilliam, 2b . 5 1 1 1 1
Reese, as . 3 2 0 1 g
Snider, cf. . 3 1 1 3 0
Robinson, lb. 5 1 2 15 0
Campanella. c.. 4 1 1 3 0
huba, If .. 4 1 1 0 0
Thompson, If 0 0 0 0 0
Cox, 3b . ... 1 0 1 0 0
Morgan, 3b 2 0 1 2 2
Furillo, rf. . 3. 0 0 2 0
Loe, . . 4 0 2 0 6
Totals.. . . 34 7 10 27 15
BRAVES..- ABR H PO A
Bruton, st. .. 3 1 1 1 0
Logan, as ... 3 1 1 1 3
Mathews,3b . 4 0 2 1 6
Gordon, . 4 0 1 1 0
Pafko, r . . 4 0 0 0 0
Adcock. lb', . 4 0 1 13 0
Dittmer.2b 4 0 0 3 1
Crandall, ... 3 0 0 7 2
Bickford;p 0 0 0 0 1
Jolly, ... . 0 0 0 1
allan4Wng Ia. 1 0. 0
John6k .. 000
bCrowh .. . 1 0 0 0 0
Co. . 0 0 0 0 1
Cole ,W ;, 0 0 0 0
2 6 27 14
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oraucx our .
L.T'S 7RU, .
91- ^- fUiJ
g 9nj. -
70 BAT U
- r.rP ... .
CLO RS nrico Lorenzettl, Wr.rld chamk .
haln, i rner Haas making thi afr nt Hadan* ?
.but the German hung on, to *i a thrUl
close motorcycle race. (NrA) -
11.-*j!,fft Jr~Fi -
t *rha "u
"c.re by l,
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-II,.. ~-ii~E WI
& ,re ,'w .M .' ti'- .
ev -to the weeful
pa ~- S S
'p ~ -.
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n sure Wa b,. didn't
* .5 S
S . f
.. ^ *'I : '-.. '>
fo N atenderah
w a lof
pad slet in
thethe f te as
-^ tuag, race appear:
time hef fo
a erne a t'le wit-:ie
o 10o meter Coco
Wtta s' t tr ree
the ce ,
thvolrdi in t1 MIpou
ohavia t reae l n
th to on he g
fore men f trom e 53 In-
ft and. the O VA at-
toa I the I t s ntho
having ( p So
sthm He In the
roaky tems to
Ior the me besro e m In-
btug and teofe PA Bat-
for e final l eboo*it
j usti c C
Pay Sof b e.*mO
o, 61 e
Xntte I tteinetawin
^vu ^?wnw ~jriii ivi fr
.S .> '
(By. .. ) .
They lau& _d when Steve 6-
NeU4 predicted Robin oberts
would pitch 371 U t1s
season but thoe P' lR4
Phile manager spag have
Roberts has started nine d*42
this season an- d ftnishd
nine. That Incm a "we
which was caUed after fve- in-
nings due to Ae*". Roberta has
pitched 77 1nnt w e win-
ning six games a 6d losing only
two. At that rate Roberte wlW
pitch over 400 inIngs i-
the big- Eight-hader says he
Isn't the least bit tired Roberts
won his sixth galb Tuesday
nsh at U i, M ntablMt.m -.I
mumMed "Ive hard of you
South d' 4vapt, known
~atfor t o a-or ntof slow
stuff, s thi BIj now he
threw. Duke co.ame.t.ed -
"Ard *v. all go fightfully
ftat, do they? ,
MATMH. T.M A-AB. W
Of A CARPLATI 0II'9I '-as Mf re
J Twvas r lauam p 6B P ctkM ew-
ag-. fs^aft-lta yoear cu a
*whaomag myw i-t.adtg hsaeirt
,,t, i 'assaus Iarso
/yz/ ^Bstr^. ""NB^"
oY 'of Dayton, 0. athlete
, dead l voT .
oil andir'st runit al fso o-
By NANS NXARDON
24 Years In Ntoeal Liogut
Written for NVA Servio
QuAstion: There are no o0t0.
Runners are oil ffat an<| thlrd
bases. The batter grounds to the
second baseman, who tpo the
runner moving to second bete
and flip to first to cmpoe"
the double pl4y. Ihe 'iToot
scores from ltrd bare. Doe the
batter get credit for a ran bat-
ted in?-Ted Slining.
Answer: While the gren aer
helped score a ran, it alo ea"s-
ed a teammate to be but out. So
he Is 4ot credited with an ML
Q. Who had the better fld-
Rbuto or Pee Wee Reese?-Nd
AYoune. the Yankee hrt-
stop, shaded the Dodger star,
."S8 to .69.
Q. How many playing man-
oaers have there been since 19S0
who have led- their teams to
World Series victories? Rube
LAu. I Terry in 143 with the
ian, rankte t with the
areaa i te I4 ad Lm bDou-
dreau with the Indians In 194Li.
Three-year-old Beth Lukking
a~pAlovw her pet goldfdah' a.
live, coIhed, it upjas her mran-
tie mothertelephoted fet a
doctor,, and plopped It. back In
its bowl. Neither chlHd north fish,
was any the worse for the
( sN)uISSMA' ,COMTB)
Acme Paints Oo. F. Novery, nU 10 18
rolling high series for the nighI 14l 14
and their high for t Uie season, 1M
whitewashed VFW Post 3822 for .t .... 137
: o ponin Op fourth adra
Vee k of ay in the top (ld) . 137 137
3 7spi Kurnkel led 06. ...
t to handicap .14 17,
Sa i hfor the --
i indtWvidiL competition. Totals .. 77 831
CaIneorges MO sa high ---
fore Vet w a 4. Oeorge
rol rI nJm4 lu kgae over av- WALL'S BAJ
era to u p his by eight. W
Balboa Be4r led by Dean Stu- Helton . 113 171
debaker with 491 poured it to Kavalopsky. 180 156
colpan Ford for thkee polats to Hellwig.L .. 1I1 80
stay- I4 eoond O .V in tleam Witham. 136 121
standing tudey jped his av- Stan.!. 181 1163
egee a.r 3 ptns a Handicap.. 103 108
game over, relM season's -
average. Rock$ Brya with a&1W0 Totals.... 33 893
n rte first, game spark"d the
mor en in,. aIlvaging their lone -vs.-
s, L.- Putaturo Buisk-Chevro- J. IL FUTATURO
mlet put it to WaUy'. Bar fbor CMEVOL1
three points. Dick KeIey was in
the driver's.seat for the Buick- Kelsey . 180 152
men with a re two poU hy Hicks. ... 160 127
04- B0.. Forwder --Ob 8tadk Sou.op 124 150
Was high ln this enounter with Cai . 158'130
a 521 his high for the season. Hovan .. 157 10o
Head Bartender- George Hellwig Handicap.. 115 11
uMayaUlingly tried to run the- -
RBulokmea ,into a detur by as- Totals . 884 884
slating $tanek with a 475.
eorge roled 14 pins per ACM A T
over average. ACM] PAINT8 ao. i
Cart. Viela .atapulted from Bennett. 145 13
thb.e cellar. posttoe0 to fourth Pospeicll.. 127 111
place by snatchlng three Doints Heer . 17 -1
f r Isthmia Constructors. rancs. . 1 1
B W.team svwre plsged.by ab- Kukel.. 18
aenteea wbich accounted 'for Handicap.. 144 144
their rolling mighty low for the -
night. Rumman Bsam Torlan led Totals ... 8 M
the scorers in thse contest with
an even 500 .
TOP TN .
Kunkel (Acme Palats).. 170- 2 -
Torlan (CQitt VieSa).... 169- 2 MOsa .-
Stanek (Wa y'alBar).... 164- S nke.
E*sev (PUatUro)...... 15B-i I. .. H.ue
chafet l BoA eert.. 157- 2 Hu w.
Cu inthsinh O (a, BRr) 154 ( .
Lyons (Cflrta i ),... ll- 2 'o. ..
Reo CPutato) ,.... 150-9 (3 0 .
Helton (WAi Bar).... 14-4 RSd
WKIkey r (ColvantXod) ... 149- 1
T"M.-. Wo Lost Pts .... .
Oeo. F. ovey... 10 2 14 . i.
BElboa Beer.;....1 W 4j 10% WUPA Wo~
f. L. Pitaturo Bu-- 8uewe. . 18 128
Ick Chevrolet.. 1' 5 9 Prce. . 137 12N
carta Viea... 5 7 7 fashmpaur
VEW Post t22 ... 4% 2 % (Ulind) .. 14 1U
Wa Ber...... 5 7 Brya . 14 1
th ia Co 7 Walker. 1 -
strucors ........ 7 Handicap. 11i
a debaker. 184 1
I .( 13 138 138 414 . 112 I
Lvons .. 190 183 169 473 et1tefiner. 140 141
Torian 14 1 184 500 CU"an' olh'm 11
Handicap. 97. 97 7 291 HancasIp. i A 1
Totals .. 80 783 833 2478 Totals .. 806 888
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WHEW! Jacqueline Coch-
ran, speed pilot, breathes a sigh
of victory at Lancaster, Calif.,
after she surpassed the speed
of sound in a Canadian-built
Sabrejet plane. Her speed of
652 miles per hour is a new
world's record for Lancaster
course, as well as for women
pilots. Her jet flight breaks the
records of Col. Fred Ascani of
the U.S. Air Force, set in 1951.
HANOI, Indochina, May 21
(UP) French Union forces
fought off a violent new assault
today by Vietminh Communist
battalions against France's "lit-
tie Maginot Line" guarding the
approaches to this capital.
French officials said "several"
enemy battalions were repulsed
after a six-hour siege against
the steel-and-concrete fortress
of Due Khe at the southern
edge of the Red River Delta.
At the same time, the French
high command announced the
fall of the little jungle fortress
of Muong Khoua whose heroic
garrison had been under bom-
bardment since the rebels in-
S vaded Laos early in April.
French pilots who flew over
Muong Khout Tuesday said
the fort's tri-colored flag had
disappeared. They said there
were no signs that the defend-
ers about one company-had
A high command spokesman
said th:. fate of the garrison was
"not known." He said the final
enemy assault at Muong Khoua
came "about 48 hours ago."
SFall of Muong Khoua, 90 miles
north of the royal Laotian
capital of Luang Prabang, co-
incided with renewed Commun-
ist action elsewhere in Laos.
where rebel forces still hold
some 18,000 square miles of the
territory they overran in their
A French headquarters spokes-
mnan said there was a "very se-
vere" patrol clash this morning
a b o u t 23 miles northeast of
Luang Praban. He said further
details were not yet known.
France's new commander for
Indochina. Gen. Henri Navarre,
arrived here by air from Saigon
shortly after noon and conferred
immediately' with Gen. Raoul
Walan who he' is replacing.
EVANSVILLE, Ind. (UP) -A
20-year-old youth was sentenc-
ed to six months and fined
$200 for stealing a railroad mo-
tor car and riding it about 13
miles to Evansville. The charge:
"Running a railroad car with-
out the owner's consent."
TWENTY-EIGHTh TnAR. PANAMA, LZ.5 bAT, MAY 21,15 I 9 5 43 fc
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BELGRADE, May 21 (UP) Their press is still attacking
President Tito said today us...
Yugoslavia would stick with "Furthermore, I declare that
the West regardless of what even should the Soviet Unlon
the Soviet Union may do with moderate its propaganda cam-
its peace offensive. paign against us, this would
not be enough to cause us to
."We do want good relations change our position overnight.
with the Soviet Union but we "We cannot have any con -
will never forget the help which fidence in them as long as they
our allies America and Eng- do not change their attitude
land gave us in the darkest and policy toward us..."
hours of our history," Tito said. Tito said Yagoslavia desired
Tito addressed diplomatic normal relations with the
missions and air attaches from
countries except those in the
Soviet bloc in the highlight of 'MA T
a ceremony at Batajnica Mill-
tary Airport on the 10th an-
niversary of the Yugoslav Air
F| "Relations between us and Fl
the Soviet Union and certain
I countries under its influence
have not yet up ntil today
improved at all," Tito said. I *
"They are still shooting rl-! CHICAGO. May 21 (UP).-Lta
fles at us," he said. "They areFranclszek Jarecki, the first Pol-
still mistreating our people. ish filer to pilot a MIOh Jet plane i
Lto freedom, told the Chicago
Sun-Times yesterday that "many C
more will follow" the Polish air- lb
leVIman who flew through the Iron k
SMilliCurtain toDenmark today re
S il n UI "My escape has set off a time co
bomb of confusion in the Polish sa
air force and I can just imagine ti
In now VA Budge I the havoc which exists now a- tl
among the Soviet commanders R
WASHINGTON, May 21 (UP)- trying to hold back my friends
The Elsenhower administration from escaping," Jarecki said.
has recommended chopping a- Jarecki's remarks were carried
bout $287,000,000 from the Vet- exclusively by the Sun-Times
erans Administration's fiscal 1954 which s publishing a series of
budget, it was disclosed today. stories on his experiences under r
The American Legion prompt- Communist rule in Poland and
ly denounced the cut and other his adventurous flight to safety
veterans groups were expected to in the West.
follow suit. The Legion urged the The second pilot s escape
House to delay action on the brought chuckles from JareckL
spending measure until the "ap- "Watch the plrge of Soviet of-
parent injustices to sick and dis- ficers running the Polish air
abled veterans have been wiped force," he said. "I'll bet my life
out." some big Communist heads will
Chairman John Phillips (R.- roll now that the exodus of
Calif.) of a House appropriations young Polish fliers I under d
subcommittee disclosed the Bud- way." th
get Bureau's recommendation. He suggested that the Voice of ia
Its cut in former President Tru- America should tell Polish pilots th
man's budget would give the of better places to land their
agency $4,274,214,664 for the new speedy Jet ships In making their
fiscal year. Mr. Truman had ask- escape.
ed $4 574 214 664. "We have been led to believe t
there is a large American air i
Phillips, whose subcommittee base on Bornholm Island," he cr
will open hearings on the appro- we
priation tomorrow, said the re- p e t-i
vised figures still are tentative. A F the
however. They also are subject e e
to further chance by Congress. ll
Phillips said the subcommittee Y e
is considering additional savings lourey W
which would bring the cut to a- f
bout $300,000,000. OKLAHOMA CITY, May 21-
The administration's proposal (LP)- Are you mentally i
included a total cut of $98,000 healthy? Iol;
000 in Mr. Truman's request for Dr. William C. Menninger,
$921,100,000 to cover medical and secretary of the Menninger
hospital services and some other Foundation, To p e k a, Kan.,
related functions of the VA. showed how to tell at the con-
That is the slash veterans vention of the National Parents "
groups oppose. and Teachers Congress here to- :re
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