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To Fire uevese Ioss
Shot Tmabwrow Own Pentagon
Army l4a4uSMi, .44 KWM. 0
The huig br WASHINGTOM, Mapy 23 (UP) Defein Sg
hurl the f ftdl-" a dlis Chwlets E. Wilson' fcd msh fire of d lil
Of about e theownra today over his decision to slash .-
detonation .- ee4erAkoForce.
sue expecteasld ..Lztd M I F ace.
altitude of Air Force Secretary I I TI u f Ik
The i ary r~~~ M.. sft". day that he was 'disappointed"
said appr Wl -e though it was his "duty" to cct,_- /.
ficera, aS a Only a better of hows earlier,
trop the a Codgressman an officialso si rawte
ciia wofld mn fewer air wYd' C neWuW
the target' ,= aer and a Jdrafic" cuhc-w
Following th nuclear. blast;. t d i
the troops.T carry out an ,j1)T ie statement and Tal-
atomic tka maneuver.
Both tbe Energy Com-
mission and partent df
mefeune d rumors that,
eIdent D D. Esenhower
might be a ,urprise vsiltor at
The Man Who
Wenpt T Dinner
tthe nationg ameurity.
,'Na, who h a sought to curb
InMependent statement by the
Individual services, remained si-
lent on the Air Force criticism.
Chairman Homer Ferguson de-
manded that he produce the of-
ficlais reqptpsible for ie-otfl-
.,J1 t*.sta m -mi % 44,,a-w- b%
Se ator Wants
*N i l '-^r rh '-^ "
film to be an
on record ata
tUon on the
The fact -t-
and Is mo
the rest of
By the ten*
was to receh
the U. 8. dol
outred to be
.000, bat ii
CUc t MfkN
Idefam a"Ier the ly 1. The South'Dakota opublt-
the pel e a ------, a member of the mat
sble W a- X Ih see ano point In sep-
"th names se act because
thanjingrb- awm are theComnlAb
sn the a hs noad e 1new the ships long
ewect ameheemte" the 14"1. By Hogilrm- onne ands
The Iecnduran government for- te txate btwea
mally requested exttadltion of We m ad Chl-
O m *American flyer Marion Cooper. Ya, has .m U t Ves-
1 26, yesterday to stand trial In sel bst bult 1a be-
I ,I Honduras in connection with the caua of keilat .
allegedetheft of a plane ownbd by
a resident of Teguc al.i%
'" blUc s went Cooper arrived tills a
bb held up week ago yesterday In a red Er-
l ate the Scoupe two-Seater P Id with ie
1W 'ter to James A. HIhlLrd. h)Amwra. 2L Ice
A Under the byoPasMa as e oft
aswi th received f r l charges that aim
Waa a *- *f government. it heail '.
m tytand the The Honduran Ut--It denied th"t "
B s iny here sald the euironw strolled ve las aW lpeuf
-the way.nR was turned over to transortlag ed nog.
s m of s s ttreay, r3
Srequet will b a letter fro
,... isue can s soon as Panama at 'M tee chairman J A. .
Ratisfied themselves thy (R.-Wts.) to Kl-
l treaty, Pananm a ay a the charge~ t Coop seabower on the Wte
M&r for rental of the er. probably in aQm. a ek. trade problem wsU recaledId
wiS.e strip of land Both Cooper anni HlImar were e ler dpached the Chief leu-e
. 'waections. When fined -by Oagio AmnButica tste.
.i ther late Presi- Director Ntofd aiUteo It I McCarthy annoiaced A fte
that she was re- understood, wev, that ll- hearing Wednesday that he M
.t1Wvalent and a fHard's fine b ett inded askng Mr. Blenhower by
zeat25,- %eto do with l a S with 4 SovIletfromed"
to a further brought bere.
SPanama "th that
O teich Panama will duceK toh we 0M t 0
ot all sactial and plane, hvae bee^lUn te a t ci
l iCanal one. Panf- fored.
valenh Sce a Hare 195i ne be .*mr W--e Il--
In teIin Wcle- ve th -ledto o e ao- m 9
t a large
aSl ,f, a frdy einets ooP w
^ln. UntU an. es ous her a
fld eve whel etleman suitor
Ofuartero St e MIA( A. zoo oraanals fpltane, fbe-
o I glances betwefo n rhr rI
It~ 49adU toe
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TWO EXPERTS give their professional appraisal of a painting
on exhibit in London art show. Painting is called "Policeman
on Beat" and the art critics examining it are London bobbies.
"WAY 6OT WEST
Utah, half way b4
name are atop red
Canberra, Jet light bQt
il altitude record of Nf
has reached unoeMlall
,iagbt biUWb4heme -png of tra*tiea h ft = th..
N1t Lake City and Los Angeles, Calif. Gliant~letfrs WOO
Ihe I)Hs etpan)6 of ClEvi and, th4e-ith
customer end service manner. Customer ciR '
tecorw this car dating b to r14 t1i
A eompiete price lst Ais e n at,.
Ida car; hotmaasily ehecI4his
the authi ,led in a"edO d."
SPRINGTIME at the Part.zoo means a coming out pry for t ar beaas they are turrn
the outdoor compound. The bear on the left enjoys lunkingi JA ot::p .but the other bear.
SIS OeIi S r l FPort i. t ntaleu i.
Lf wms~.wb. gt the .y to the lty
lapr A. j on behalf of college tu6
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- M t ~t.u, on 15 e atbe
t ui ints are
*lihnontb o dinner o
h .tels for
p Ue" St;. atJ 7:,
A grttoup o
WR patio a
dtio, nw a'ortlie s.ncwi
f orl rimle ,
t 1 li il hlen
WASmNGTON. I: y '
t-U" -Tpe White Non g
have responded to un
aof spring by *da
*nd south lawna*.'^"
* Asaleas surroamldip*tth
'garden" win a *oar, w
e in the I
reflect tolhe tastF ot
I.obert M. Red
dra, Va, Wotan Ih a
South lawn, I d
. 4 in t
Gwm :-38 tes a
U Many of S were ,te
rdeMi former prefWnts q-
Sint Rut1wio UIkOa W
c l bealdy ",
natR nw te.
a for- edraw Me i
pDft o duSgra. he
iagno- gImfdt I *ah
rimd.- whots ^T|piase
.sa d fectly e. .a
Hairding. a .
4t art oad. reewnih oxees
to -the nan bre
ouWe a shreoff IainTdheL i
Ad out nearly p4as i
id, they hare opmte "
a lte ky b e abdd .d.
I an. os 1
*ms-; known as the "beaquafc
ead It fakes. f lslu-t14se
reare of eiK men to keen
6Whte g=og t shop;. The M m
a at*he add
saUr ami 6eg wmere mwl mmrvd I tnh C-ml t me. their.
p mueraeiwatlhm -" ,m j"UlUo wlam na. sm. at r nd hatt
I"m ierangelm uhoot rmol w-,fie ar lb
l to mevr rWs lamel thu c riew, .ie "
M .- .t U >. M,. .t ,, ...p. ,,. i.. t.-. ..-
rdem mu blabto Ursha eea t-b a=rE d TMhe- 0-
ream ulSi.E mi bi"s h m pti.- .*. Jdq nami hm t la
IV ads ran Egg a Vend As4)m. NOuR
a tm % og ".'.- M. pm-W mwa. :
Sfte't Mdl M lhY, h" m M -
OH daakM^ "f, Twa-Amu Iw Cram) a nlaft@rIn
m ..-'5id Mim r- 1mm F UIL
that n W. -
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icres s 1n.
*u^ c UNSIGHTLY
/Hot Tn ent
Bularin ,S _ecrees
o AN onaL ten aisn
n band's third maw. reta' ins
r-ed; KrU firste
ier w- G me -
.hj posarve let -wVi dill.
t first at
e rs td. mn I to.ur me
p. derale.A ltOa. 'u
Is'. Bheor:tBheiy to^Utuiv.
-his i'S. .tAe Koriov
- Korpmnatedn I ui. rd-
a Into Mona Doe Coll .. a s-
mI. the femlins doctor r dealt bm-
th the iemte, rglevof
hnt cesfuly 'with the amHy's pneu-
daughter w .m
as At 1, ols bem Maron
New Game e
- Change Your to honor hiame
n, a story be]aof
t M. D.ke Copte atendent
h it C(aIs i rsfllt s led iS teat
Stendh parent Douglas (because hel-
, taught drein picka town by theirat name)
be we Colli eyn .i to
I t decide. At tale a ON -
)r- corporated his Ole QC,"
R Into Monia Doe Co=U be
In, the Collins doctor dealt suc-
nt cessfuly with the taiy'" pneu-
'8s At 16, ColliUn beeom Marion
1- David Collins, to honor his
in mother's father Marlon, and
D to keep the "D."4
in PInaflly, a fifiiedged teaeh-
an er at 21, he became Mauney
ry. aftere his first sekool naperln-
is tendent) Douglas (because he
a,- taught in a town by that name)
6 piece place. getting
Convenismt seedt termm
may beI@ megid.
pretty sfy -... fd ibms
2 for $6.95
$3.75 and $3.95
I. L. MADURO, Jp
No. 100 Centrl Avenue
Slcxs" WAIT IOR
_" ANNUAL ClIA
& AL.' SALE
,Se t helafuRI K
S.iIBLY. OW RATES!
MONDAY, JUt1 IbSATURDAY, JUNE 6
THE FRENCH BAZAAR
I ~w~bi4 p.45 c~-g
4"' V -. ., a
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tk .. t
SALE -of SALES
Starting May 30h
in both tomr sunltmanoudly
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Two bwW.nM N -mr.ft
afM. mmos ft wu Ni.,. r
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Anj 100. Y #' Tj
.1 41' Ad FOURAIlP1114 A -41v
Lohengrin moves to f rst Melon Balls with Lime Sherbet
: place on the Hit Parade, honey- Crouutade Filled With. ( glegd f
Weddings Weddiaonfo tPoarffieseor
tion -from the brides wearing
something odsoethngne Almost everything on this
blues," to giving gumestsofI small vance. Toasted eroustades make t i .
ece s of wedding ca ke to take the chicken a la king handsome,
h rme as a symbol of insured and they're easy to make.r
n pallty. Simply take two pieces of o s t Ia s
r of course, the unmar- toast for each croustade. Crutel
Weddings areu, A nd ofY? tradm, Coffee ...... .... . ..
ri girls will tuck the cake both pieces with a large cooky
', oithegir pillows tiand dream cutter, and then remove the
&of their husbands-to-be. cti enter of one dby cutting wad-thb .
-a a smaller cutter. Stack the toast ohA
S Another tradition is inviting ring atop the laroe toast round .
Sguestes to a wedding break- fill with hot icken a la king .
fa luncheon or supper. reIt and trop all with small toast Completely washable eesu o the ytl and
c,' -.n't be an elaborate meal. round bride is fabric that's led of or and
Si: 'le menus can be festive, aohandsome Sh etee ra o.
sra l, here's an easily You ve hn an toian bttos on. Soft sash eirles her wast
ur d meal especially suit- colorful dish to celebrate a X she takocpe (left centr), she's w strapleep c a edgei aol .pleatiag that will stai I.
f etharly sumbedr: June wedding one b cutting a
smals ac utted oStack t ae ".-A
Another tradition Is ineving ring atop the lgrious hke .% hghtomofo ,seC: -
No Y,,Or -os) tuo a wa n douk' bflle a I&
1. grluncheons orCompletely washable trtuk. tht tieot piees and a lg ok *A.l
t their pillows an d elab ra eal., round. bride isov then fa.rie .* pe e d of iraical O- a' to.
S., e theirhusbcantobe. f estive. we show our cutidng In erlln dressc_ with dw VW tha al1
gexample, here's a ll wedn eak-sfily l wihahov e n ki. a h e wh W
"IF(eamleeo and torian cape that buttons Sft sub encircles her w (hm b t ) "t .in.
rr meal e l s c l ds to c a a 4 se te of "p (l e l s- wu dh to c t c ay ts ar
"W Wei soft-
Fson this year'to" 4a. Ar.ds whm t .
,.or the prhcality of cm- Wa: ,.'Ay,
practical. Isn't word tax -o t.h.. Row m *N=- -_ W M I.
,. serally sonte efficient #out -, .l an ing SI f % "-'--" line,
wedding. And man of them ret o ua r -
,cn r o Lr'. h bd s msn e 3 hare practicabt lea -oudap, e h.b ar .
slble.hs ba by p0stewth, 14 r .
ll plTo Outside ,J.-o,-,.,b
This bride bai aed am -ces Is easy ft are for and proe"t to wear. Her floag-away
=uit (left) i yC mA mrchinbraid i C
45.o"mantic o smr og n.p -bd. Digt. y miphlne "Why don't you write -an ac o
., hit e btefa ismed im b~ bows tfal pans oiv .. er embreidery- d train. Batim their wiVes to work?" asks um a a "'e ,he
reader of thihs column w
(,A- The the brides go..g-away costme.. "
a HN cotton is one that .Hee it appears trim and tailrlt yedw a otimarage, come f o so
Is lovely to look at. cool to ed and is cut into sheaths, pIrn- L-goei on t exp n .,
--wear and simple to launder. It~veat ensembles and travel suits. they own xcr I r job.
can be frothy with lace and Its use extends to separates.
"n ----atm of Ii....iT. There are four tests to make; have all, thethe they ne however., a6 Is
Trouble Sfraighf Ahq :
"1TD .RENT ii 4la mattresspads ma
e tr temo-original give her
Uvm* 4wr want-eds lr
ery iU. Tere to 7.
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=E PANAMA AXE=
es MORE WAfR$.
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; ".lh u ., .. Au s r.o
"., .' .e e .
Westt be et
g nf Pul* i "" 'B w .
14tondPst ed 6
Ii timI "cotrr-
I& oo Wi b c tht mano seo aned tr 2
ae ha e t 'u sea her d
one 5 ~. ~swith lieot a
.oth e Aturned the ten
itB hum. r. c a 10 tfe Sle waThap sho
fe T.Ie. three cent l Wo E st ope thne
story o t e a EV had ( UP -oE s re uffaed b e
S~ t e m rante 3Aor b atses.e for He -wante t
Un Mri v WinCa WW t r 2nmond and thu
rI pu on teutheI tel Ife vie, s a was stolen to takUi e we the ou se
S, di T-" at oia .s .e n leave second rfes
h f te he w t.oe... .. es tiewerae.
toMas t isds Iouth. w d as ot
of rundrown Widhisdtrhe oy eo atest he n pl p ab A wet e Greayvl e e-andohi- openingb
i r. s n h h edair tannverary Sa lh tr 1 i4t? a field efrs t HA. it. (Plicrse So wi th theofe
l ark....d. ."conte'lph sal ,rl. Pd' a ,--,noug h i T&'rn ) re aluTe pla ls r spd fouinl r d
..' -, .V turned the ton
.ffValhI5' ....* ..erty he, t ohoofor ri i tea .h repnorteda e hae otole ale d tra t ,p
Lt trap-, a Uwasr.appy i.o
oa reo. Saa tufefde. -i wm e he h ustl h eas -h elar b pbeen reN r soug Et
M-'.-1, amid to fri lnk e e wSil r ,t the ae T ea j. .and rtopt fole edu him le l bt t ya ble k n eted a ho thn
"da r i,__ .. ha atie-g% dekU VORIS; asuaea tthal oftei
a---'- upon Mrs.frr am. Pt th1 yeorr *ago.HeSBele S e torf'snm
St th He .ra. is. V
M.. and. uw a , omey yea1 0 Mr F noush, t. io et Th autbol. spdes, four d
Ni--'go . e l ad twoo, anu enM teP l d d Ih| U f il Wtiesf want it flying oend ce to u
been admittd 2e0lT hil e 6 h Owlner whe her ahuear W seein bakn t Iv- et co tuld"
MM t aot trhe neighborhood, s he blt F t
l --- n. o the .rd colrtable ca" Se. oen. er
I Lh ti e* ot M. _ t u_.e mSo- However, federal fish and8 The Koreas
Ate W and g9 l dltie officiate told Perry re- of instruction
5h1 ^*g~fig__i__ey OrTs e rrl. ** ctly It hs legal to cag e bald merican weao
.f uani year ago. iles aw* d lt it and artillery.
f, ^ RW 4&SM *g.Cq ntar hi rundown*^ distarl ct An kepo edn IWO wenttralght his hourn no
t-iJ sl Ianniversar and- b ilaeXigan bftw t errd Mis state n f- T Ir
SA f ofm rt e eah i e but he can't even 1oakli tnd o
the bid a c. .. r e s cw tr. tm
Is $ I I IASE ;- .i Mrs a"nter,: hpil howtPRouVE$ T
i"'f c i".al s ld er r' -o s I
1 r5 Oept i e ". .t Is illegal te. v., eWbldtrhiisM.w
xtr Ant TMA tooe theV B b[t sev-a t tra rollfle
I&. and ate-a mdalesn. aa andeleaue ids s of and10 aitr abtei s esfr
u4t, tootkepdadg the d staih a the -fars t
al,"l"nough in fWO '. l' andUN bdefens ive .olen wA p / ", .
M MPe rry bacs t trlInf-mheo
...... .. .... Ie h212Pn 5y tII.. ...can't even. anI
-- ,-gl..orr ill .- hm
NO . s.s.No. 2. e r
,11. 1fa' ,MI WW.Koe n
4 ,,.,, 1 14 1 .1, a le of
BUFFALO, N. Y. (WP)-Bar-1 TheWewr` i Jd
i tender and tavern fVtor ri hii atta hs
M JACOST will attempt to elSt *e- t"es pwer -which er
S ea *ee" "doubtful" youngsters tp placed mule power-.wtb
affidavits atte"Stt to thrt pl lo locomotive.
Charles O'Neil, secret -
r treasurer of Local 175, Var- And for the first lt
s I -i-year hsto
4 tenders' Union, 40id te 40ro- 1-year hlutort,
gram, use e In hae
aA3 th teatre04 e and ot9W
Td." Dartendeps Ia s ri t.
IAN tals Artv
107 542 rigif119 &epia btQ
to ,. arm .I n" t rtrpr inotr
wF ra dbe tOUveR Nor EW
m^y. I '^^ .BUSiNESSMEN S LUNC
S200 to t to30
'^ "^ SET UP TO GIVE YOU TASTY, SUB-
f diamonds. Westpr
partner had the lost in trips to the kitchen
o lead another eeia -See our week menu bow-
o nd or ultdo'reinsha,
ta Th tToday's Ipe.aS toup
d of three hearts.
by fainO NEessing V
rof dor the queen of lpot Rcst 1
M e+ of dia-I BUSINESSMAN S LUNCH"-
nohbe aou tomhavke S; T
Sticks without five
Samond and the TUDA b wh thrd
of.The there lsing hearts vre" rght Sl eAr
l enthd.n that suit
Traitne d on A ak
tmn so he :pae SET UP TO GIVE YOU TASTY, SUB-
Dting 2c h ait a t o STANdcIAL MEALS WITH THie FASTESTk!
ofhears and re-oSERVICE IN TOWN!
So diamonds. Wes t:
r*fan oaden lt Evervthnts right i the Air.t
qus. of e ceptb a
ventoh he felt, conditioned Balboa Bar.No ltime "
rs arne brought
ttin tenik i nodupcaton inthentire wve 22-weekek
S.aond then derer YTou a he. Sou
ntr hat. There is e "re to enjoy ne our tl
.o belev e that Wourt 1 h cocktails from the bar.
spad the use of m
ons, ranging from
infantry offensive uh.sArts
move laments. EoMONDAY; 1. Individul ,et iM F
Sbly newspaper ingl Vetab u - .
for the queen of 2. Inqpttl *R ,W* l rt..At .
an be e. their owno mew
Sticks with five
1mond and then rel TUS :. B. CSb 8 60 99W mo *
is battle u-ro-but -.,
T. alxo de[ote ,. O k. r" f -via o 1
m. of e ent a l U ,".
and then re- II" o -
L homelad ---- : .--
kn. the use of A -[
I* tacticsleaing A I a t 1the 1
tlgli ng hu ti.LChknmwo q -"
am daomb bmnlo helep a ds
to hleople atop had het-.b-
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-*ls I twot powd
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When You Tell 'em thru P
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 i"p, Pani !,.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Gol6nn '
Lewis Service Salon de Belleza Americano Caritoa D Store
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street 1Q. 01 Mv'esls-- ?on. 6 .Oo
,-m.. .', G A.
Morrison's Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Prepa.-.. A., .
"HI" 'ltNietP Ntudiante .
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phon@8 $-aS 2-2798 ,, -
SFOR SALE FOR SALE
FOR SALE -Five peace Fre,,h Pro- FOR SALE- 1941 Dodge Club Coupe
v,r,col .. choganv bed-ocm set 1948 motor Good shpe. 57 19-A.
"CoCe, no-ae. see Satluidv and Diablo. Phone 2-6418
".lunjao oalre.noon S063, '10h 1 FOR SALE: --- 1947 Oldsmobile. 6
tACv 8 CT'cr Cyl, convertible, perfect ccndliton
FR SALE --.odspc.r retr.geiotor Tel 3-0670.
S. cycle '6b0 Pc.rtable e ng 1951 uick Special D Luxe,. 4 Door
-,ch,. ,eos c..id N. Seodon radio. plastic seat coven
C'Tc-I .V,i.,um.on Place. Babco 20,000 milke. New tires. A real
FOf 'ALE _or.i.c,on for one bed- good buy, $1.750.00.
,:, our tr,.n.i, house. m.oket, SMOOT & PAREDIS
-...lert. .a,ore room L.ght oak, Buick Chevrolet Oldumebile
| bu r oi.,n.zed Phcne 6-193. IFCRSALE-1r.7 Dodge Sedcn Ex.
I .- E- .LE F, k Ch n." ce'e.-t cor'oii.on. Gocd t.res. Bal-
S r ., ., p: .. 3' tca 4341 a .icr 5 p m
:. 1 b .', n 'e, For l.--h'r ,,,- rCi, SALE 1,48 Fcrd 2-door D:
i i c .0- P, .O', Ij Luxe 8-:yb'lrcer, gocd ccnd.,t.cn
Dc' .3 or 1 3-3'i "O l'3i good lies, hich co-npressor heads.
or "r 0 r', b IFr ond extro ac.essoer.. Phcne Navy
A!. ::,'.." :io.e. -4-bL..,.ii S5 9. Co~o Solbt 82-G. 6th St.
v .o..r, JL.. 25 coe re FGR SALE:-1950 Patkard 4 Door
.1 ; .~,lCp deser o.n Cilpper. New paint, platki Mat
Sr-_. ,- Fl:.:r lai e Co ln, electromatlic drive, nIw
S.:cl R,.t n3 35mm cami;.c tii, low '.,cage. Formedy owned
SC ,o 3- 5 by Capt. Griffith. C. Z. P. and
F A,. -.C Rcgstl-ed C k'i beautifully cared for the best buy
S'c p .e. Chorrpion I:nz. 5; in town. ely $1*,195.00...
i.- 0 * $25. Sai ng Junc; SMOOT & PAREDIS
1- -) Li iden FrSIatsI. Buick Chevrolet Oldsn0 "
F. SALE:-.'ch geralcr WectIng- 1
utv. 60 c CLe. Wa-h!.g moch an FOR SALE:--1940 Chevro!et Sedan.
i. .r- 60 c/!c. Beaoom su.ta. Mu:t Eslt. Tcke lest offer by Sun-
.nte u:ir, c,'oo ond chlr, odd; day. Tel. 3-5069.
p,',t 51ec, 4olo an r .
pes. Ho -3iC. 4th St.et, Co- FCR SALE:--1941 Oldsmobile Se-
S .. .. ......... th Street. Coro So!ito. '-
Swh.g rn- R SALE-1949.Ferd 2 deor sedan.
unnr"F -'n, n Sd re- New at covers and tihs. Low
"*pairs, $35.0-. i dresser S15. mile. .YOu Can't bed lti fair
S00 .-,etcl ch' CO each rcedl oi $995.00.
,choa:s $4.0L, porch g:ider SMOOT & PAREDIS
$20 00, tO 'fbtr r I~L $5.00 each Buick Chevret Oldsmanbil
e tao!e i3.d dining table,4 A do
'hr: ub'e bed ccm-FCR SALE:-195 Plymouth 4-doo
,'.-$4-0.. aj orm chairs S:C.OC -edon, rod: e, "leather upholstery,
S'. 1.15.73 B, Los Cruces, L-- ccll Aneson, Balboa 2-333.
Ist h.s. Mahogcny .v,g-, FOR SALE- 52 Ford V-8 Custom-
rcC, set, refr.gerowor, dresser bd lio 4do" sedas Fordomatic,
"'lth innerspring mattress and misc. radio, seat cav s.. 2-3488 oi 1466
items. Phone Panaomo 3-4407. A Wold ib:St. 1alboa,
F WS6LE:-Iron double bed, spring
and mattress $10.00. New Cristo t A I41,;l?6 ,*II. t'' t g red!
.jal 362-8. le1 7?uIf' good
0R SLE -- 60 .cycte, 14 foot .
S Coldspot. Dcepfreeze, $290, godd Buick Ch --ew-el -- Oldl-ebilt
'c6.hdition. Albrook 86-3217. FOR SALE:-1.951 Buick 4-door so-
; F SALE:-6-piece Honduras ma- dan radio, heater. Good buy 14,-
, hogony, livingroom suit ,.. months 00OOmiles, $1,800. 25 Cycle re.-
I [d. Call 87-422 Fort 0iqs. y frioplrtor $60. 1'490-D, Dorhrman,
S WANTED FOR SALE:-1949 Sulek Super 4-
-n.. 1Door. Dynaflow, radio, pil-ie at
Miscellan ciers., new tires. A re l **ba
WANTED TO BUY: --- One second $1110.00.
. )d piano in good condition. Type SMOOT & PARIDES
t'sutable for moving, light weight, ailsk -' hev.eot Oldsmobil.
9 *64 during working hours. Sedan, two months old. Coil Albrook
(Joi .d' States couple EXPECTING'
P'MAMANIAN CHILO requires
".ufurnished two-bedroom hot water
: ~rtmenf or house by July 1..
;.o Panami3 3-4808 or 3.3226.
A M.TED ALIVE -Be-by Tites. $3.
00 each. Poisonous snakes, boas
ad ethers. 239- Ped"o Miguel.
Corporal Has Been
1e Af)r corporal whose iar;
sidedl off Bruja Road Thursday
'wa still unconscious last night
at t'e' Ft. Clayton Hospital. but
official there considered him to
ibe *liding on."
e critically injured man,
elix Rivera of Ft. Kobbe Is
a ring from a possible trac-
was. driving alone when he
I control of -the car, a 1950
ac convertible, which was
TFORD, Conn. (P).
aMr-old LaUtrie Chandler's
a"i out. a tble filled
dis 'he d .pr,
g Laur ef taate
eEed aurle., q
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2 Door
, Fleetlini De Luxe. Radio. Lo w
mileage. Albrook 4179. "
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2 Door
De Luxe Sedan. Plastic soot coven,
good tire and point. A reel buy
SMOOT & PAREDES
Buick Chevrolet Oldsmobile
FOR SALEL:-1948 Nash Ambassa-
dor 4-door. unusually, good condi-
tion throughout. Low mileage, ra-
dio. Call t-2573. House 53 Cris-
FOR SALE:-Dodge, Kingsway-cus-
tom, 4-door Sedan, gray, 1950
(October), undersea, blue leather
upholstery, original owner, excel-
lent condition, ;1.000 miles, $1,-
,30000. t-oy. be financed. Phone
3-1610. House 8111-A Hev6o
FOR SALE:-1948 Chevrolet Fleet-
line Tudor, complete, with extras.,
Excellent condition. Call Albrook
FOR SALE:-1939 GMC Panel. Good
motor, $100.00, 0817, Plank St,
FOR SALE -1551 Jeep. Duty Paid.
$1.300.00. M. L. Lytle, Box 1785
FOR SALE:-1950 MG. Duty Paid.
Excelibnt condition, motor recently
overhauled. Phone 2-3447.
FOR SA.E::-4in g- Sport Roddster
1952;,ow e new top. Must
sell iore qrtval of' new dual
corburktor c.intt my dealr. Trop-
Ficat .M tors, '- .. '-
f FOR .SALE:-1950.Studejoker Cluh
coupe, excellent .condition, sdcf-
fice, will bring for your inspection
SCll White. KOWbe, 3230, ds.
K 11 1 h u.; _..I. .. ,"- '
heyoe the y FI" TRlux
RISTf -"f" '"''
Do ye. hovee a s lmgpM.i W06ms 1 wntga Clar' etts,
Write AlumoliM AieMGM.e. a r row, i friratRrTr M
t203 A.csm. C. Z. Balbo 305
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical link --
Central Avenue. K Street corner. G~tMIch SonfiClara
Telephone 2-3479, Panama. lif' EStrac icbqes, glas.
-o4f. T eeS',o@
Ti7ael via "AREA," "the Route of e 4-567., rt pesdTleba
Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE *. ; 4-567 Migi
IN PRICES!... FREE MEALS... P ceansle Ctitaes.
COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI f Stl CiIn l p
$7000...NEW YORK. $114.00. m w.from all cottbge i
..GUAYAQUIL. $8000... QUI- t Rockwlgps ir
TO. $86.00. Round trip to MIA- Iland ffll I'a ,
M., $12600.. NEW YORK, .. 77, M arnt i
$21400 .GUAYAQUIL $144.00 .-r -4N 5,- lbbo.'
..QUITO. $154.80. BOEING 4. FOSTi'Stotbt One e
engine planes. For more details see Sar'1oa lor e Ce ilortljm
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE. 36 Reck Ge Reifrrorsn Slon
Avn do Noc;onal lAutomcbile Brinra yr PlA hon Dog
Rcei. telephone 2-1655. 2-0170. P
FOR COMPLETE CHANGE OF
CFMATE FOR RENT
WITHIN THE COUNTRY IT'S
PANAM0NTE INN HOUses
et o oltirhle of 2,100 fee* imje*-
aqut. alir-frt ef ti Ckfi i FOR RENT.-Two bedroom well fur-
mountaio, easily reached by e nished cholet. porch, yorl. refrfi.
CIpa flights fre. Teoume ti, Doavid orator, gas stove. Monthly,-$125.
I !' hour, meti service et hrlpot 00. Phone 3-4860.
on request, eccesslle ae br *- FOR RENT:-Furnishd house. Liv-
trcar on higwey. ingroom, diningroom, 2 bedroom,
Fint-clo mccoemmodetls kitchen, wash tubs, hot watm.
Attractive ber-IlKeg with lir- No.. 93 Via Espofig, beside Rtp
place Miramor." 9 o. r to. t2 p. m'
Femeou i'!nee . 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Ideal piSt of e xctmsioes
Rates 3 meek lasueded from
$"s 8"- FOR RENT
Raes 3 alsh icladed frm $50 .
weekly, also Ra tewitit ea l -Apartments
*mtx from $4.50 doi. ALAMBRA APARf lM
Foe ilyrel s for a r stey,. Two and five roonifurnid oe.
~~~Wire r e: Pa e wtfurnished oportAnts; lriva h on.
IEq--- AL iCURSintd gardens. 8061, IOth $reet,
SPECIAL IXCURStOKr I. New Cristobal. Telephor- Cdlon
FROM PANAMA TO MiO 186.
onwy $8., round trip $185,5 FOR RNT:-Aportment, 2 beroom
day-limit) $4,.00. good yedarr in El Coco, 7th Sfet No I,
to LOS ANE Lt."one way, 9 4.$1 .5.00o 10
roed ties..252.5. o(90 d -Hp lt $ 35.00,
Panaim s1| Se ie A C Aveide FOR RENT-Furnished three bdrom
NieslI (AItomobile Row). Tel. vocation quarter; Jul 3.rd to Oc-
Pimaa 2-165 tober 3rd. Phone 6-382,.
FOR SALE LESSONS
ATITNTION! Service Man. Fort
FOR SALE,--N4 c da $o. Irdcigu0 t. After
start: Verym.cWil~. I 5:00 0m: s. m. Balboa Y HMCa. tt,
liamson Place,. Balboa, 2*-1852. Dunn. +t
Bids will be receivd in the office COTILLIONSK Ballroo dancing
of the Supply and-Service Director, Instruction for JuS ior Highn
Sr Dtrction for, Junior igo, .
Balboa Heights, ,or General anog- Senior High School Sudtjj tor
o, Commssary Divislon. ot Mount -;Or 'Ln-Agers: Th"
Hope, Canoe Zone, until 3:00 p. mao enew. fKalmd enad
m. Monday, .Juhe 22, 1953, when derful funr undu lothe.
they will be opened in public., for of Llon Seir, ArtrA
31, 1954. Forms of proposal, with New York. For a4dltMrnalinfora.
in the office of tlq Supply eand
Service Director, Baelbo Heights,- =M. r
or of the Gineral Maniraer. Com- Pacific ,1y +
missory Division, Mount Hope, Co- *
FOR SALE:-Steel office desk and ( J. I'. H Mr. TBdMr
filing cabinet, ship clock mount- Defense. A film entitled "Wrho
ed in wheel, 1/4 hp., I hp., 1/2 h. is BO" was shown.
p, 25 cycfe motors, 1-2 h.p. 50 The following m ui lm era a
R.P.M, motor, green porch shade. guests attended: Mr.. $nd Mrs.
761 Balboa 2-3630. e John T. Maylp; Mr. and Mr.
FOR SALE:--Young, hamsters (Toy Charles S. Abrnatay; RlweN-
Beors). Ideal holua pets. Amus- end John IL T6wns.en0; Joy
ing, odorless, noiseless. 239-B, Pe- Oaham; Mr.E and Mrs. Nor-
dro Miguel. man A. Smith, Jr.,, Mr. and
-- Mrs. J. Paalm ndth; Mr. and'
FOR SALE Mrs. J. R. vy Mr. and
Real Estate. Mr. W l uncmbe; Mr. ana,
Mrs. fted DeV. 'l Mr. Len
FOR SALE-Established quick service Mrs. k. IL ready; Mr. and Mrs.
laundry in, the heart of Colon. EMiGe L. .Psay e; 1 r nd Mrs.
Truck, machinery and equipment 2 ArthurtH. Io- ws ; Lleu'
to 3 1/z years o!d. Opportunity for tenant Colonel and Mrs. Amos
energetic prison. Purchase con, be Guy; Mr. Cecil M. R ev-
0 with or wit ot. reao-estPte. erend John a Mi.
f n'trestted you mon y contact El and Mri: J. 3,e t J. Rev-
Lovamtico. 8054, 11th St. Colon erend ola ; Captain
and Mrs. airt C, KeeMey; Mr.
'My t oday: WIlm and on Mrs wLucas;
u l y ad w ill -M a- WsRbCain;
Mr.and Mlrs. b W uAvsa;
oud 'f Si man;h Colonel nid M m. H. W.
--A l lA o i d Doan; Qbnel and Mw Henry
dU Murphp; Dr. ma u! i1. J.
Strumpt; MWand Jfti .Bxe.r
MIAMI, Fla., May 23 (UP) H. Greene; IW. and Mr. War-
A Woman found stumbling a- ren A bbletiedt -Mr. and
long in her nightgown told the MMI Mi Coo; -the
motorist who offered her a lift Very it it a dT.
home early today: "I'm married Ferrlis Mrs. Mrs.
and nmy husband will kill me." Robert H; Liand
Mrs. Albeit W. Mrs.
Sfew minutes later the worn- John Haa tlhak; Mrs.
an, Mrs. Dorothy D. Goepel, was C. L. JiiWtAM=; -l M.s
tound 4ea nt her husband's Fred W. Mrs:
arms, butcher knife protrud- William.Ai- -a
'aba*o]. 4#l 1... .. .1 i P im*. Ti4-1
"",--w-a. Ul W uny o. rrIMas-
ed N. opel, 40, the hus-
, was held tor nvestation
homlcldeL P e. said the
0t1#a4 been quat ling for
aturnt owhuir Lou HlhRl
last sTum r on.
world toWur. He
IVe p col o ehs. ifljtfe
reUrn to' Monoall, u._a
eelved domn of l fro
rapaneae, mainly n tdM d
4 eh, seeking moa nt
ion about his clen a .
On the tour, EdW a re-
Imre Nboy officer O lILttfiv
Tw'psaesdatel S A..
Shi*ing. moving ptbss.
We paek and crat pr move
anytll 'Phone -651,
2.2 62. PanamA. "
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S14st About Ithe hai
Wite..aet>e. m bAths
L.[i ,"'bee +.4le iet
In 'Desert Rats' At Balb'
ing character "e Desert era. Richard Burton the yoMg traap' C Raf
Rats," the stirring sequel to man wo msades a dne a fUel$lf harlea *Do n
"The. Desert Ifto which open- Resion t*My CouMcn echel," n Wght give d i
ed yesterday at tWe Balbo asets vigorously the role of an lepth to the
Thter. English officerasn A to f"The desert
In l Ttet& Cen- a greewh pf ie opa
tury qf the in the Tobruk standgant the warrior earned
mems Afri- I mel. A.frle
ka ur0ns i' bn t n .o
t -ahead W In ttht comp4ratively short fpen for
aded ctud in spit angai 8 I James Mason, who for their caw
t c- made 'hePRt his with 0 l agly
ant as the fvr'at tt which definIve performance he gave p .wh
it be.Bo el's In "The Desert fox." Mason Is cat as un
tank t beaten lawlesss in is second view of his men, neatly o
and thMee o. ar Altered. Rommel, not yet in his ultim- the sympathetic pQr]rk
I N g the footage in ate defeat but meeting his weakness delne by
The Dser Rats" toIs some of match. Oompletngthea trio: I*that 'fear motv l
the mOst. a Mtbntic and- spec- a sensltive chakecter t- -of gradually revealed b
tacular battle _pforim ever a former whoolm of T1r- captive screen play
registered pn. . Te detect ton's whae-has Murphy.
fightingI OsMt rth hrhim to in' the
phie force ap&d brataking Australian army stbert New- Twentieth Century-Fox
movement t 4o:the visontonButon star wadded a proud chapter topi
the technique o Direwtor Rob- ance drawing "guest sar" b- Desert Rats" is a fl
ert WI. ling. cessor to the honors ,
In the ,m theree These ,plays, ad "The Desert. ox."
21 .- rT* ar y l g.ra b rea es ..- On The Reo
IP l .tP .l tIrt ,en a t whoWel .a o-.
r 1uahe yWIeV wille lom- quarte r nithbs tclubaned
Vlaplmt" and k new .aade s before aA tops on the oy-i,-t-
Wiei.ro es W V -L et. 12' onet film visitors "must-see". list
r-md Table," Whh WilOODl be filmed in B oyhas, pturoed
Weiner's $ mostduu
FrM a pre lties "Danclng at the atin
tb the preoemin sof f L. dr, mu- N naturally the set o
"1 Bat.1in Quarter Samia
lul u areser ifter, he sran tron Hl lent atinsfro
vt ls l that a"&m enu-t a eu is ng alde"nd OGrieg's "
i t~e'bd~els r mna -st n heu he Ia new e the Mountain r ngi.
euugwhlcep will give him urtber-iefr- .
, characteristle of the wide ope spaces. Andoif ou ninth
"s, .e t o f' A N, 'a p a re ,lokllng for enathen
atoaeO lyer shas a ollective of.
a. the volumes outat
Sand t plain.
A lt Ao different i opfd of c S fin and
S briefly eA. te r Londoni estratu TheA
%( P to y an.a wprhile, Ja tll act Au s-
do thing slm In the .Stratford dince ..
me. i hap-, fSsI t tl neields' rippling
n.* should B fti ,: 6 treatment glve an e
phes e olnthe Ta has Bt inar, eenA At InGgTORY.-O t,, In touch Yo
hee on the, in "The Cock- uers i er i odsel tb ll t o Y toan
r mea Ialst Wil be available in colors to suit the eWtrat'apto .Its
SrAn hn headliner _p naeke lth,' lit C lr, no n. 9o-w m single LP..-a Ina.or ac p i i'
Sthe trRsition .L MyrINa LOA',Yt | IT ,wor et that intll e
iOirxprobably best known for 'her pl in My Dreauil," "My
rolo. T .esa. the jraglc heroine b a. glgnu m-a t n ,"o lestx 8u ,,- d ,"
Ap "Tihe Ru.l Came," and WII- "i.s of ." Yet .he "Iad- Ro-e, a "weetue
am Powel's sogh 14 t, ed uated' to rim ntic lead m e new etende ay
X .2IB spoxuse in the "T714 Man series. As J81n Iterlinig e*pilbh- rpm method of Inaking
But she started her career as a ed It: gr Iap records is.tus
almost ..hemling adventuress in the "A player acquirer versatility eously by Ra nto
1., b __1- 1 _ 1920's. only by taking th roles as Iat endeavor for CA .
they come, sympathetic or not. ord. His bandi 1plna
Z i- W0O, May 23 -VEV n Theda Bar most fam- The public will forgive You, for e "Hokey Pokey,
a purely dramatic stand- ous of the early "vampires," in- playing a bad .part,.g4 10g as "Bunny Hug" on a s thwe
-t 16b wA Um4m W 00t' Mgooto" trrupteds hertz career t of cie"- you don't play it bad .. packaged 45-EP.
41. Wt beloved screen p hakspearean heroine of "Ro- astis been com,
M than meo .and Juliet." Me&lPath aw auch that it is re
S lrexsin unsyman.- H oigop thb list of male stars to Idu ery-once In6
"w t,, t1 v" roles. who, wveit from undesirabless" SCHENEN=CTADkrN.i .(UP) r- aof authentf
Ocr teaio a6 n thb areen to romantic idols High t s pa msic. e
d '-m 'Ofcodrse, the transition from Is Alan Ladd. Now a perennial more atteitiob to mathematics, Dixie- lnd, represent
s for "nasty" to "nice" isn't always hero, itd made tbis starring according to dhestO -H. Laft, ye genergi of
'cla As- ag. to. make. Once a player Is debut aa ici1ous killed in 1942's General Electrfc Co. L Vierel- a with the
. ~il a. low character,. It *This Goun For Wlre." dent it charge of puisblieT %lI- rani t of "339 Rag"
tplentyof patience, jut as sodl -typed as a tions. "Without matleMttls yd "ourbon Street Parade", a
S anee and just plain 1 lnd. -# noble creature IsJim- are a back number t th eI0.t- Otkeh disc.. It s' their bes
sh3opt 1b p a different kiqd of tait. ~~a84wart., who launched his ing technical era;,"he wrot In far.
) .a while, Jan Sterilda.
bloab Venus, didn't think she'd
"WA. arnan'a naed*4. 'r SHOWTIM 7`TOAYt
: jealous vien 2:3-6:15 8:30 MGUEL 700
it a' led emantic herokw
g pi portrayal of a IhaG: z, SKY" "T, S- H or
r. woma mn "Pony'i-
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laeck Sainbo, Don Tenmi
Sun's Moon, Portal Clash
.'Franco Race Track to one of the al-timne greats in
fiocl horse racing-Don Ra6l Egpinoea. The tribute
wil be in the form of the $2,000 added Raui Espi-
'.io.a Classic for native thoroughbreds ovei a dis
dance e of seven furlongs.
Don Raul Is justly deserving Rolando Lopes Oil booted hom
this honor, and even more. two each.
m..~pasa is on.p of the founding Formful racing prevailled with
thers of horse racing In an or- only mild longshot relstered --
kWaled manner at the Juan this was CoHrlo at $17.20 per win
ianco Track and also did much ducat in the fourth race four
-to improve the breed of native and-one-half furlongs.
ho-ses. The dividends:
'"or many years Espinosa was, FIRST ACE
minaAer and the guiding hand 1-RJqul (Exduded from bet-
of 1ial horse racing when the ting).
track was run by a private corn- 2-Goiden Plan $5.60, $3.60, $2.20.
Wpy. Espinosa ha been absent 3--Domino $5, $2.20.
ffon the local scene for many 4--Tllln T1lh $2.20.
Jrn now and has been making SlCOND RACE
hli1bome in California for rea- I-Consentlda $5.80, $3.80, $2.80
sons of health. 2-Resorte $12.40., 5.40.
Today's big r ace brings to- First Double: (Golden Faa-
gther four of the best natives Consentlda) $20.2j.
Ssa training at present-native THIRD RAC
a n>plon Black Sambo, sped i-i8xaola $4.20, $2.40.
r ng Don Teml, stretch run- 2-Ftion $4.
rilif.Sun's Moon and Portal. One Two: (Sixsola-Filon)
.,two years. The last time they 3-Electron $2 ,00
inet, as two-year-olds. Don Te- Quialela: (oIlrio-Escalerilla)
ms i peed away from Black Sam- 530.
rp score .pulled up by ten FIFTH RACE
-ng.ths. 1-Tulra $8.20.
Sce then Don Temi devel- 1--La Chombp $9.20, $8.60. $15.
.opex bad legs. He appears to be 2-Curaca $4.80. $3.60.
cpinl"etelv recovered again and 3-Novelera 4.80.
ha;j Shalked up three straight SEVENTH RACE
. viclea while running off by 1-Pancho Falcato $3.60, $2.80,
I,, lf In sensational times. l.0.
-ol., Temi's exceptional early 2-Newbrighton $4.86, $2.20.
etlf gives him a good chance 3--Lady Martha $2.60.
.t runaway with this race, since Seeond Deodle: (La Chombs-
g-.next fastest at the getaway Peaho PalestH) l4.20.E
- a Slack Sambo who is not an EIGHTH RACE
'l44ianding speed horse. 1-Interlude $5.60, 2.20, 2.20
* "- 2-True Blue 2.20, 2.20
'Ai#R..Black Sambo's rider, ace 3-Bartolo $2.20.
SBls.MAApirre, elects to make an Quiniela: (iptertede Tree
,,4uW!!of the early pace with Don Blue) L1,.
I the stlow starting Sun'sa NII- RAC
ImmijAinll wwthb11 lo, is--eo VadAtf 3. 2.20
-li^a _U .- I+ 2-n--+opo n-- 2T80,
..4r-mi and Black Samba will be ,3--Beduno -I0 .
,ifinlitely a t.ltmt. ,. lle ay One-Twe:. (Quo Vad&-trpo
; overtakee the ,tlrlg lagtst Ind. iH) $11' .
beat them to the w;e .TENTB RACE
tl,..who h not ,lv a -0 sn I 5.40.
.tu.Xesterd oQuoay trod. VTAn Time 440. 2.40
es w the, %i
MI while txdulat -
in ,the fast taes otf l.1
S' Cristfbal YMCA-U0O
S-V' boe r and Warm-Up Leaue Standlnp
Vadth brok e p on and Won Lost
Sa to l II Naval Station 2 1
Sild, moe earslyd peed an V.P -45 2 1
dwas thirt~gftt the 370th EABR 2 1
*PhI. .ur .t ..l usron-'05 0 2
t seon lae ene the Pt. Gulick 0 2
Sthe fl in oi at CRISTOBAL
this stage, .Naval Station, Coco Solo, took
. .re over undisputed posesson of
l -run l etchint place In. thlCrisobal
S .4 r e the.... wi- MC.-UO Warm-Up League
mgin.but t flctl7~~-by py ne up a 48.19 flrst Mif
.Lt great Quo Va ma over Fasron-105. Fasr6n
S..8, 2.60 and !ll20 gotbak into stride in the sec-
l .ia !na+t* .. lithrJPlropO /nd halt of the game outstoring
J a.mt-wo psa rde. u their opponents 3-24.
il.e. e a Brava rde Qi Naval Station received an as-
Vm alim .was one of t P.V.-45 when the Pa-
iSt gAined by LBrao tl 10adron came from be-
adle honor'yr thind in the last 25 seconds to
007y. las Aguirre and" Cu defeat Ft. Sherman's 370th
S- RA SR In
af IMLftUiL V.P.-45 led
t.te To the 0Inl
s u" -t Ues of plS
O*lng T-ued ,
*, t 'I u M -4 Siu
r *eAtlantle Little- liu ie -k
ibm"! otganizatiaB on Sd poneats ar
, i M.g T u es d a y l tk .. : 3
S,.lf ot fl l st thor t1, sI
0l4 coiaching ersonel. fa,;. r11i ""
of le Leagnerds Itd "rahuc
S.Ibnteeted In baebalU for Hart
b ogr llAre as h tO ".o r
'!. met -. 'Cotton .Presirentr
v i4 ladrold P. BViegto Vice. n
atlent of the At -tic Uttle Her
f orthle pt Ahree ..ri
oli ime .o L. h i,,,
M B.T "j %. '
qTr ^^ 'S
Refe re L'
a ding dong battle.
d throughout the flpt
rters of the game DlI
oeera forged ahead Ij
quarter tp hold t3e
ng the closing min-
ig struck in the eloB-
conds of the game as
ink 4 field goals In
session to stun op-
nd spectators alikE.
2 4 8
4, 4 2 10
5 4 14
3 '5 11
4 4 12
6 1 12
Douglas A .Tom..
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3akua raO EMI t- the !aifth M" 2 0 .. .a..
h c t ti ftri. a 863
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Firso.t Danthof goeiDa bli Nfour bft i%' x
P-oigital FIn. Rohe o $- l aNOugh hre 1 t-il U .. 14h j .
f-Malaya R.lonp eat the J-Nothing tondcate. ,- t ,1% 4.' .
A bomrot""n H. Re x-Coa upalways oan-, ?. i S "
SeLo id 1
ble Racee son oG aod nD 7 Od.Pu : $o7o.w Pool o..h r 1H .
tua o f the- A G -gN
bdef. Vill..e '. i _* 4le ""
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r.11a t. of Me Doubli f tl. di.th 'iit..wk'a ; 5-i i r'.r Pe
--Tap La dy- R. 'uerra 10.x -S-iddenly lost form l .im honors hG
3---la J. Bravo. 112 --Returns in, form Navy, n-te'a wth 4 MS .
4-White Fleet 0. tI 115 --Could score.in upset 64, ,-' .. "E" "
5-Disa, F.e io. .110 -Won laugh here I F- a 14
46-Malday R. Goies 10 -Noth i o i indicate 20 wi k 1O.!Aa
,5--Grotn on .Reyes 107Z -06loupalways- 10 Ho-1 n,." S M' 40
I'M-1 18 I
Step 1.70 '17 X ASA
Sad Rate ,le d"" aive '7 I .P g: MS.0 T ooli 1se s *4 15 .
n u V -4 l ol 1ath ble .-
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-farin..S. Wd te. IdaSl 100- ..1-01
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0-0 -a. 1. (Aues 1 .. n .-..18! 11
5th Race. 'Rau EspA# atCi u2e1r .
--Vola4e lr R. .T a l X 1 01 i' -.
3--PRue ,"ad E Dar io 700 'f" D01by .
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4-4Doh TiAm 0. C asul o i -r.A 15 1' r8i '"
4.--preacOr A. Phiillps 116 --el"
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'hs ia Tead.
re two A At
Kpe fMr 52 "You think ri *Oetthe?
inM It in beasp. "Tio s mo
on every a tes."
e my sad .bme
d t lr .ight aend left a h ti
ta.a -e- Utely. Lke. bro.et
fdness of athy a9 In. spo
d ae any- la In season,
are t .he T w.. wl stI. lnanW l
AhU.Iait tft n.ut
a (d nhis'
he aid inh nI rmy t b
- h Marciano, Like Louis,
CInCAGO --4(y 'a- If
guy come out fr a light, and
he's scared. tbh,' flr~t ood
punch Is goIag to knock him
And In the case of Jersey
Joe Walcott. 1eat. Jittery Joe
cam ,nto the rating like a Pay-
hlan'4 went ot wie Levin-
Before They. Enter Ri
percut vwi assume triple .d- heaest pne-panub ftl
menslonx. ring history, That In
The fact remains that La- e "tatle. Tle heavy 4l
Starza and Charles, the only ong have been Ion
logical coptenlera In sight are men .lk. Louis, I
not exActly noted, for reckle FitMIaia. R4cty ho
bravado In the Ting. It wa hal& whMb
Ciarle" timidity, after being ht
hailed by Waliotin Pittsburgh, for W= eImng pxl
that cost him a chanv, to rt-. "u@ lL.St 'lh I
gain the title in the return go. and wriftp" pl go
The pain was "nd-dO, but Wne man. "Thdy'e WM s
memory lingered on. There's another thm.
--- Rocky. Unilbe mst Wt
That's the way 1) was with id --tchM LStrom
Walcott when he muled over not muscle-bound. .4
the ofe punch Rocky delivered smooth and alnost kl;
SPhiladelp4 to salvage a by The magele doen
uIelg bout "Wny, e@yu E Lui, wbo's a
ter bulged more In She.
After a repeat perforipae. oky prefers the. -i
ficky l beig au. "a ,e the other guy's ehin.
It Was Worth Red Ink To
.- -' .
e To Finaly Get RiNdOf Wakc
sf E By HARRY GRAYSOP
S W chin with a dqua the o
s man's going NEW YOR. May 23 Thick- contract put in vogue
i an s eadedpromotion- kept the at- Jacobs, let Norris
nflatiba ag f w ce t i tendance of the Rocky Marcia- Old Man Walcott for
Sin when he tih no-Jerisey 7 Walcott fiasco outIg.
took 1 right', A' pafi down to 13.2% and net receipts A the timid Cha
iand. 0 olf a to Bactta uneb rieatd of $253,462, barely enough to do was reach out ad
Billedy Pletroll c e lodat- covr the Ancient One's aston- ancient and Iead
* b ifr a~ n o89,ed and dissected the ZM *6 ising guarantee. 10 rounds in Pan
S for a t r- The rt r The chances obeonTked e show dipped Into red ink, 1. 1953, but the menry
Sas event out by one punch. ke o but chatting with James D. left hook lingered on
High, Marclan kayo W .ar Norris you gather It was worth Walcott got atrn
*Ttgrtrot a ot. eihan ed .te the defll to the International break when he naled
Say at p ers froma as of rorts. Boxing Chlb to finally get rid anxious Mrcno with
id out of of The resulting rigidity makes of SChoolboy Walcott and his hook that dropped te
d Series h he oo The t ol- him a sucker for a knockout. mysterious and maneuvering ton lock Buster Ilo
Am. e a total 4 dur- Joe Louis had half his bp- Svengali, Felix Bocchlccho., round in PhiladelphiaK
dafl Lge, o t h fote e a i point ponents beaten before they an- tmbe. That gav
01Ls., who ot over corn- tered the ring to wit, Pay- Seeking rental for his Chicago u@etu, put the th en
t wo Wa Lonal ppIitlcal conventiohs, Jim at the rinade areda
e A l went ta Now looks like Malanp Norris took the combatants away ring tetaItyW beun tW
4"aor ,ini gf Ato theb" going. t hroug the same from their New England and belted the intlte In
aeS a -o miyans tSO.i cycle.. parry Mattews who'd sPuth New Jersey trade. It was So the proMiJtbon lb
Sa revr been hit s slid' blow In this that enabled Manager the other ulg*t Wahnm
i 'I d the 6d years, crumpled wit t he Boechlcchlo to bull Promoter ous as well, aa k
e, d the 1 Syears, cruml the Rock iland- ls into n utterly fantastic Ing whacl14e I IM1
a 50,00 p~ whih resulted precisely healwy
ta.$o a 2I tI il a aw e was awed by It all" free In the decrepit challenger col- especially a aho
tow ywS; Jcame l -In' ly admits Managser Jack Hur- leCting qoarldo bly more. take-3 going c4.X. 3
7 21.q lgve ley, "and maybe lickedbhfor homepay than the champion. Wa rcoe A
Is.toU. tloInaYaeee Stadwumtto would 11bu
Sachdowns of ho the netihborodBlacked out. the sequid edn, and .
f to tbe g x tooba sgme h e t ien I. Roa nd LaStarza The mistake on War Bab aS emedwh
ab p wam s hgu s eatch, eol one .elbow to elbow 10 when Norrls gave the antliue The Thry-h
u nmto tee bad ankI plsce and det onb : von r r ang X at ChbI0co another of is ftumerous chances prove conclusively
Sid- at f6r the seon time- winer 300 hr relay St iU, suffered dire thoughts In Pittsbargh. By that time, atll ti on his e ai
5 f -a tteaml. 3 -as saw Rocky wrap up the Esard Charte" beating Walcetet on the
loth that, abort seemed vhiwe stitWIe.
0! rO 8 hrd e Ts phpttibr"tr a t %N w-wux-l'bhe~o
yt," admits Trainer Char- the old pappy guylett d Bd lcehi had about
p"o anya wa y ploldman. for dead with a left took to the of .ase a guy trU
WNin J f N ow f WON ourMs, the legend's whiskers from whicl the cau- prove ott' real ae
Ar r& and hg to grow In proportion to tioua Qlcnnati mauler ha not years and a Marclano rag
five t f ional die, the naber ot times ta repeat- yet recovered. ply caught up with
sed Man ag a f ed, a l Marclano's short up- That, with the overlapping quated geezer. -
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PRIZE STORY IN THE MAKING: NEA Washlgton Corupo.l- ihe r rian4, l..
ent Peter Edson left) Interviews Vice President Nixon for hIs Platoon-find there
exclusive report on the political expense fund last year. more work for themoi
0 teeming. jungles of. the
By NEA Service school. He continued reporting Zoho than there- asw.dtr
while he worked his way through recent winter mneut Il
WASHINGTON, May 23 (NEA) Wabash college and was gtthu- which they Mpr ted at
-Peter Edson, chief of the NEA iated with Phi Beta Kap~ bon- Camp Drum New York.
Service Washington Bureau and ors in 1920. He contintdc ,his The 'P&A' PlatoOn which i
columnist for The Panama A- studies at Harvard, leadlngto a dubbed the "workhorse of
merican, now wears a triple Masters Degree in 192M. battalion," coflsta of 26 ens t-
crown for his exceptional Wash- Edson joined WNEA In 1927 and ed men and oie ofleet and'
Ington reporting. Edson has in 1932. became editor of the lartof the nearly. 1,000 -
added the 1953 Headliner award newspaper feature service. Bea- troopers of the 1st Bat IO
to his Sigmia Delta Chi and Ray- lizing the growing importance Combat Team -of the 82and At
mond Clapper laurels, of the nation's capital as a tews borne Division from Fort Bragg.
Edson was announced as the center for the affairs of the North Carolin, which is cur-
winner of a highly prized Head- world and the United States, rently taking part In,the j!ungj
liner medallion for his exclusive NEA assigned Edson to head exercise, Operation "BrushBay,"
Interview with Vice President their Washington bureau in on the mniliAry reservatloA of
Richard Nixon on the contro- 1941, At this vantage poilt from Fort Sherman.
versial Nixon political expense which to watch the nation's Although the unit. I ti, i In
fund last September. news, Edson has written hiumelf numbers they accomplish uph .
The awards are given for out- to journalistic fame. more -than oniy a larger Atmy i
standing achievement in news unit ever thought of.
reporting land writing, news His eolumns.are syndlcatieto One of thel t birgetlobb dm-
photography, feature writing more than 000 dally nespapes Ing "Brush, hs bEenn to
and pictures, radio and televi- and his by-line, is known fIr-n maintain a. battalio anmuni ,
Ion reporting. Entries were re- coast to coast. .Rq4 etly- i tion saIpply poftThistlnvtoiWV ;
viewd by a board of judges rep- Washington News N6teboo, a procuri*n an4l issuing a aain.. -
resewting top editors in all column giving short items and nition. If y can't dig in the
fields covered. A formal presen- background bits about the 'peA- ground in otdL to make an un-
tation of the awards will be ple and news of Washington, derground ammunition supply
made .at' Atlantic City, N.J., on was Increased to twice .a wk. huse., they twou engineer unt
'June 13. In 1046, a committee of e s construct some a6rt of building
S * awarded Edson the Slgmt above ground to house the sap-
Newspapers across the country Chi award for his work,. cing ply. ..
p11atee the fair and honest his excellent reporting of a *it
man *r which.Edson used in the ficult atom bomb assignMaent. AlthM"& thee meaar not
writing of "The Nixon Fund The Raymond Clapper Meo- as tglMedy t a Any
Story. Letters poured in to Ed- rial Award .was given Bdso in gaeer, y 1. t"of
aw'. Washington office compli- 1948 for outstanding Washlaig- dn a thlenlar
dltgnu him on the unbiased ton reporting.: bridges o es o ea"t ioot
hauj~xa of one of 'the most As one nationally known iol- an4 veblla t n tie
cteraoverslal news stories of umnist wrote, "Peter dson: Idx JOtglk
always the guy you see goingoiat And. these engineera with.
nwi began his distinguish- of the office you enter-with the crow rifles" pan tear dow r shy-
,~."mrnalism career as a re- lnformaio n you came to gf- g thing they build. eash saqo-
t, after he left' bIh in hs -acket." one trained'combat construction
specialist and one demolition
SOne minute they may ly
S-bieh mine ldq with bauo
Ss,--- Americas With SHfet e -bi:
S they may be called In as a deta-
oolition toblow up '
bridge ortro ,
All of the men tike a .very
"actve" pat r t* in Operation
T PANAMA "Diush t yy" y' In addition t
Tl*r l ST& taken art In coW
i ambushl day and night
I ;r 'rec~ainalance, s s al asms, aad
,1W Iitlcombat, formation. training'
Sduri the ereie-and the
h e -own spelalied train-
I n *on, the side.
'fpA" men hand carry
arVmm 0 untion right up to the lie
'U0R ) All doe C l and e
SNEXICO & NEW ORLANS .Zone Jngle dorIt make t. aI
Sasler. It hai b -eiereported that
units snch as this have carried
pmminultlon for -miles and miles
up .iat, the more inaccesible
aros dl ring te. Korean fight-
I When the enflieers aren't a-
i ound, the "PA" men take over
and ;supply the battalion with
I1 O led leader ofthese "Bun-
day p aih" boys is 2nd LA.
ThmAs 1..Sh.ehan, who has on-
ly bet" b the platoon for
Y.,^ i* ;.'..tgn sSant, Ofc. William
Z :Se hakb. been a trooper
"'a2fot t ti*e years. He
bo W m' th ,tU Bay" compass
.burse r0 eda'nd also the rec-
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some of the
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r of th e ughe courses I've-
ever rui i ng my Army,
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Taking to the Links
PHEB are lUakettes: the last letter of one word
a fonrm the Ant letter of the second; the two
combine to mkke a third,
Illustration: Katherine phl a Tibetan ox make
an BVakin hunting boat. Answer: Kayak (Kay
and yakh Now try them:
1. Everything linked I a place gives an appon-
2. A beak linked to a moo gives a wave.
3. A squint linked, to a rdcky peak gives a cruet.
4. A water barvier linked to a suBtertlMge give
5. A reality linked to a oseratve gives a mill.
6. An over4upply lin a two V's gives wheat-
7. A trumpet linked to a nar gtves a social
SA light liked to a v~eti gives a sea-eel
9. A walk llAz to hog-fat gives a dudk.
10. Baby food linked to daddy g ve-daddy!
VO UL, have t visualize a map of the United
I States to anwel this pser: what four states
l meet at rigt angles?
q m 9W g Pf amn **01 4* I*O *NPwe t-a&
It's Your Move
a l e 13
By Ml ird Hopper
/'Tm has, two king to
K Black's one, but Black a
Just one equage away from an-
other, so things are Just about
even-but. they don't stay that
way long. White makes some
unusual moves which add up to
a startling win.
White. moving upboard, moves
first and wins in four moves.
,-sIt o,'l.M, *"l.I" *Iq -I l og lam
41J-M 310-18 -LiSt )IM lIule
Whose Guilty? This Can Causea Row
T require only 9 Moemod to
,w, OW.OrWHI ,,- )'-- IsJ- C---a ---
you am *o&@ it i, 4 noff *of
A wealy men left a 31f00U0, ,nam our rends.
b ll his later It hTthis pu nler son your friends.
va lahiL. In the tateaVal tb P 1ae ten pennies, dimes or
teoe l4 had aee tothe butt n qua hown
,noe..-.s w S h he were mwill berfour coins on
MHto tald tod.l hm: "I saw the eah side.
bil, a& for safety' sake. folded New ask your friend to take
It aMd placed It under the red away two coins (leaving ten),
boomk your desk." and still have four coins on each
The map looked under the side.
book, but there was no bill. ee if you can work it out for
The buter net told him: "Yes. 1 yourself before looking at the so- 5
iz I fod the note aMder the lution below.
red .iaMk, aad thMakg it might Time yourself to see how long
get lost, plumed It lnstid the book It takes.
bqt pag 913 aad 34U." .The
meac ithq book. but the bll
Whes~oirAthM bU And what 2I 3 4)
ovlIMO ws theo of gi t? V v %a
qlo in 5f w I L in qMuOx uMb 'ONpoPON'
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Riddk AirMe This
.YTAT- it ~aw y smells the
w-IT ta butober shop?
'No IM 1fMT
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BLAZING OIL TANKER crashed and exploded in the village of Lambourn, England, wreeking
six homes and killing the driver of the tanker. Firemen work on the overturned tanker.
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* BOTH AMERICAl 4M P1132032110
men were unhappy thfweek. N.
recent Army directive tightening
the "Buy AmericanA Mt" to.the-
Ing contracts here. (With eft
provides that pnly material of
in government- construction, unear
countries can be bought at a.U W 5e D by
the United States). Both groups h 5 the co
aiderable amounts of Panam l te hh OW
one or another "exception" tr
triallsts asked their government toi e or o .
tion with Uncle Sam. "> out M i .
Americans who own and operate mevr eao like C t.-6
struction firms which had been ,-tte. r eda.00epM I
maintain storage yars-sand a artea ars. eiatti
Army pests were tdnned by a Depirtmemit f the
Army Directive telling them to "get eof them let r e wa
by Sept.-3e. he&taB for r Big te <
Spokesmen branded the sudden ousting as "greoly b eo
unfair" since their housing lease had been renewed The i ,hi
only last month, most of their equipment-yard lease- at w ,e I h
a few months ago. The Americans foresaw heavy fl- rht now, e
nancial loss If they are forced to sell and move at Od to or
"fire-sale" speed. L" witth Rhal .
In spitp of being informed by a USARCARIB offia adert have
that they had "not appOl" frodi the order,- the poit In.ui
constructors formed a comm$tte to see if they could, W preai
not at least get an extension 9* time for orderly die. P know w .r
posal. Up to now their presence on thq Canal Zone,
tive bidding and as a reservoir for Iulpiidt. know- uttwenOU < e 1
how and trained manpower in cmae-of military, at-
tack. An Army spokesman term tp otr "n add.
ed precaution... to ensure that we ae meetirtna the
terms of the treaty of 1986 with PaeatM." u
6 peace: ."as
Canal Zone e m plo Iyes took a flirh 'fa.d hst fancy but fatuoas'
week against Auditor Wilfm -,ewaan .u'9,aN ob. to. a en ed
sections voiced by labor leaders to Canal ~rent n-, to url a iWtU ee a l
creases were not represented pf the feellpg of Canal ly mach whipped by
Zone workers generally. I both eastward
Residents here cabled the chairman bf the House BastrAlly, the
ApproprIationi Committee thA| Newman's testimony pean allied 't to
was "not true." President ofe Ue CiCttiens A .c n es at the Panm
tion on the Canal Zone, Rufus Lota ged th ng that thouh t
cable which stated in part that Cana pany em. engaged in theol nf
ployes are almost unanimous In their objections to of a manopoyf the '
higher rentals. ,
Newman's testimony also questioned. the legality UnIied States, op0nloL oen ithe.ii
of the Governor's "frige benefits" which include two omoed to greet this rtOt e
automobiles and chauffeurs, and offilral resldenee the allies did not like 0 US a
rent-free, furniture and other furnishmbg. utilities, talks, that was ter ard
care of grounds and -cstodil services. These charges I anyone recalled
are not carried against his d vion as an ezpens, It fohdut IN that n ottefL
wal also brought out: Rusia). and tat eref J
o have some IDar in the
Two batches of young men were drafted lasIwee notion went unrecorded
by Canal Zone Selective Service boards. Of the first -
batch, six were Americans, and almost a seeore were While it ldw' e ,o
drafted In the second, group. ttism an A i
et-- k ffb
The completion o*f.be main wrk one the ever-
haul of the M u Lea$ s ~L t mu M a e m-
for 5M local ri ad aboet.iL at
,'oye. who wen given f0e4*., "t .
aIns for the th7 ae U evtin a ngeent
eal-rate and S.2.$ -onc5tOy e .. ( .
,a-y basis to eemplete w ".. w" tame -
----Wo-, . med.
Balboa Heiglhts preea. 'et anly, .
American truck drtrera wo w i
their Jobs with the. Motor Dto O
were converted to localrate ar t
without jobs. Of tese ur, "ois m s S,
another is sure tdLp tb nwerre ond ip)ts are e.-
pected to be found torUe oter -
A former shb N aS.
trial in theUei
bezlement. The deenda
with taking $M1JD ho i forIam empl o e,
lord and McKayBt Agepncy in. imBu
waa fixed at 00. ,
Rem"r to she @At
be. tSm"ev tovrama:101 .er"
weremipatlekaly dted by aftam
Aer0 damage it was l l the .. I "Ditint af a U,
-A 3,O00. damage utNwas Dttted la th VS. Dtaldet alt .
had the rLB
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,WN. ANo PUSLeMSD FMB rC PAAMA AMN ICAN PmM. IR.
fouNiDeo Yv NuZjON IoUNrVLL sar .s
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P-e MOUTH. 0 VAMM 9 970 .. 8a.M
.sWi *IX MONTHS, IN ADVANCe *. IS 00
O one vua,. m AuVA"O" Is t ., o 00
The beauty that is Totas
Is more than earth 'or sky,
For tends greet you, in Texas
And smile when passing by.
The beauty that is Houston
Is more than house or street,
The blooms to greet its new sun
Are dreams not yet complete.
KEY TO DAYBREAK
I have a pilgrimage to make
To my shrine of wishful schemes
To find the key to fsee daybreak
And light my doubt with dreams.
RAINBOW AT SUNRISE
Let friendship shield the heart
Against despair and cold
And lonely days that start
The sears that make us old.
loin arms with kindness, greet
The brave that grope alone
Where shadows drown defeat
And life finds hope at dawn.
HOUSTON POST POUMS
PASCAL R. WILSONM
ruf.s weI* gmmOW a
mkmim j jh
the ptmAy of atbuetf fA --'-femaa A-
WAsmGTOM -For some time i Mo beea
sitting tn seomu t e I al ctlmn-that went a-
galmt me.. '
In 3 ym a of ntwpliperin I fto :ba l.,
few or Shese tua. and I am not, lA tsI
, tbam. he are ii lo k
POST OFFICE AT NIGHT
By Bety Isler
Deep within th hollow' illness
Oni lemon light djlue s the dark,
And banks of dar, winddwed boxes
Wait ad witch beyond its arc
With black and brooding, sleepless eyes.
They hold the secrets of tomorrow
Encased for these few lifeless hours,
Betrayipg neither love nor sorrow
Nor birth nor death. Fates pause, arrested
Briefly in theit course, to keep
, Impatiently the midnight watch,
While yet unknowing mortals sleep.
Ansa r for Sumfay. April I., Cryptoqulp:
SOOTHING SYMPHONY BRINGS PEACE AND
SOLACE TO MIND BATTERED BY MURDER-
OUS MODERN MULODIRS.
fli t. .. "' E
Rea4tton Act. +
This reference was written In IH when .ft lot
p people In Washlngton were lining uo fora nde
agnst the Duach during the row over Ilopa..
Ande perhap the moat ImotrtajI l et he,
e e t w the r
Schweinhaut that these two Unel were lbeous
Merely to aa man
thd or bein echetieon i the FU|_,e Agent.
Thu recoerenc was written in t 190lC en.a l t
nd the Dutch during the nrw over *.
lAbeond peer ape nmst Iantln's ,..
tell sat was the rallft 9 *
Schies ahat that the ess t ou lines wO he .
erely to rert that a man Chip o w
d or being; checked Vv trhe
records chee -dbpintai11
corridered, under Wrurilinar, In tbb
libelous nor as in th nation's canm.i.
Ths means that Ow press could-not tav* Ii
ped that Amb"sadots Chip Bolan W
It t mthe fta v bM
er a vOnwmsiftnQ dwinmen .
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S urwof a
mg^ Roo u wf patentH t
l* Amtnerous gttei-
r... That pilelus quality
-which nme heart 1o light,
.-Q bm uear of wM-
id fo ,MftWn mdne.
iimed, oft o the mt
Elha 'mre-dwn "a
:a-es eapet, the
Sthinroirnirm ofo a
Love-Letter: "Dear Walter," writes Bill Ken-
nedy, Preldet of the ta t s U AnAgels Press
Club, "when one of thee butlest men tak s
time out to.a to a Onch of newampperm
an Umir mO -t aB bfu4ap Oy under-.
stand U tt's one foa tAW S On ,be f of the.
a 6etea l we told them we never
ga 6b off U recoX rdRif always thn he record. .
"Wlhe7 you do not went o'nomobhi repeated you
doa't eay it"...We a re to answer queatons
bat ne wre ated..."l rightee." we am, "Ill.
ask th Walter, bow do you explain your
camaradrie wth mem I toi ormene you ne
oushnt for attdal atouar iddl iDB, ete?
Sdo what nati.n and other men de when
they wre in a figLht. I I am getting my hnap. on
a dark Staeet and Sa. McCarty or Bway's N
eel comes aleoj and eeme ettin the wor
of t Aad hells MIe t*tt the canvas by tonight
thoee; OhO g WI. never ak them what their
politiap or a I t mty. I m thanks and whenL
t=18eMh In aflt apId l eanWbelIU try to...-o
bo a Z bota i...ba a that....'
EM" offlatrsand=u s_ nnewsalnt because
* that t al M Del eo ioe ~d.... Obljeet re-
Sorto, mny eggt... When youh Iurt an adjective
u ra name (ase that n oot eWUIItanI ntuy)
. a opton I.. .Oh what ~ ie19 p wepara
-ple (1 m(ean tormW Choirand the
Sedn of 'nme doa to yMr try? You hat-
ed DR1Y Tou didn't care ti1 wa riht--yo
made him and Bis suppart'ra n ear wrong and
i mitded you readmu wha refted to support his
defense progrinm." ___
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t ta to the industrial
-mraUD o P. Fairless'
n that hI case a "won-
.. A.- ra may no
W 1 a new steel-mak-
Laie'-Ult ia the past fe-v
W taci l Me may be left to
2ndmiry Is k umdin bear-
retary t Treary Georfe
Ek .xAneech Deginning,
C lar peace. We are not
e a fUrPt two bast materials
SX I' ei.0 whether there will
ai nlenow that controls
m 'era" be"e-rfnished
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to tryto o unravel the mystef but the only "'Us i"i
Orri.d at was: prvo~b eaten by shark .in the waters
otff Poitillq Point. T.he I ing is the to of thesleth
, Harry Sodermain, s it apiebQed in the May16 issue o
.The Saturday Evening Post.... Ed.
: By COLLIE SMALL
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STOCKROLM. -o "The trouble with Harry," a friend of D M
Starry Soderman's concluded not long ago, after considerable r
flection, "Is that he never seems 4luie reaL You keep waiting
1 him to step Into the pages of a mysty i L. Tat's wheat
S mre apt apprasal of a msnbha a ben'ittred. N
1 ncheerF.a-.flltv .;Sry Sodermat a ainid round-faced, co"m-
fortabl Yy 5dplhd inan who ha been ackowledWe-for some t U9
Ss t.e world' matr detectvu .
Althoua d s a tea rdt ay reserved
Jfltional aleith ao for m r o
act remain that the police teelvea in
rdy reputatlbns, but he uses tire dorf, the. cominltplone* of po-
trord formidable In connection lce, i Berlin, wee Interes
With Soderman. Several months in working out a schem-to
ago, an American legal journal rest tler, Goering, oebbe
,wrote of Soderman: "One might Hia ler and other Nazi bi
almost suspect that such blo- wigs. Sodermat was captivated
graphy had been conjured up by the Idea. Afteer several week i
from the fertile mind of a Con- of discussions, the three m
:an Doyle or Baron Munchaiu- .ane up with what seemed a
sen." Everything considered, it workable plan. '
was not much of an exaggera- They added, first f all, thj
lon. they would have to have. 10, .
Since 1939, Soderman ha British paratroopers to selAe
been the head of Sweden's Na- Berlin in an air-borne operation. there were nO IN
tonal Institute of Technical Sodermanwould arrive with the tnttons of t4Ops
Police, a sort of Swedish f1I paratroopers. Meanwhile, at a sixty kIG
which Is known throughout signal from Nebi HeUlldorf w math capital. ta ll.t
Europe for its excellent crime.to tak6e healy armed Br- mcbt she n
laboratory. He Ip alsow a crimni- In police to the chanlle, or attempt to ee
nologist; a doctor of science; an wherever Hitler might be to ar- thle Othe Wrar
organizer of police 4orcesa last the Fuhrer. Other police cQ'!tt t U
throughout the world; a guld- contingents were to grab whit- fuli 1
ing official of the International ever other Nazi leaders they t
Criminal Police Commission; an could find. After the lightning ww atrl- e
author; a gentleman farmer; a roundup had taken place, the t
c!onnotsseur of oysters, Sauce conspirators would let ,hol tn; aR
Olermay and fine wlnea and, quent events 0lidrlin.take
tn 1942, which was a sort of courier. That was
-:lgh-water year even 4o a odr-_.V of the
man, one. of the three master- hebe,, elort and
t1L.ds of a fantastloa?* ill-, wre, roeI that
Mated plot to arrest, Ad e- liWti a e 'one t
Ond his aides. r.T.o.First, If it owe
Thl little-known it loaproely -a. lr -7611C:
one which Sodt.man S__ _ecnid, I= 4 1,sl
h might well have ended 't f morale .i'S
ermany's war effort, then amid w as much lower
eutral in the fall of IN 2 to r the erlin cn
Ci t what orf l- lioe- -:u true tor
estionale1n nh potewCo fifee lyael @u
Mnan ran into the plot eadt on. sped piltcal pMPe
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te4 ,41t: "He
ave fi" "
thta i oi,-'
Jern -m Seaeromn. Wh ape ag* B wa *rnbe
ee !* at hoesto if they uRlwt ned he
Jrnal ma he went alMug,; od- the hbUee etohbstag fire in
= .tby camel, eromsed India Even aw, 8ode0 a-Is not
on mtt otorbine, rode qite sre why the M al-
a hfleaus aam-, and e- ed W around, and
etual ed% up'In Cantorn, leok f n t be thinks ".9
China. Wh er he went, hehe a baid h stayed
studied t ocm polle Betacds in, and mn ded h i s
with muse thoroughnee that own .utB t O other
when he finally returned to haud, he _U in by the
eden after nearly two. Years way the a we rying to
abroad, he found that crim- d the tcident up as a com-
inolFgist all or r Europe had mautt plot, aad he finally de-.
,beA reading his articles and cided t 1 to Berlin an his- -
that mhe was, In a a rall way, own to *. what was going on.
famou 8at the age of twenty- Soderman fle b .jualtd Ini
jour. FroM. then on, the flame appralig the fire w one-
wa 4wuenchable. man Job i r boob Me van
.. I dfter Lubb1 w fMa"d Wlty bty
Se took bia aprntlceship as the court which he points
t to e eftnous Dr. out. 'wa' 'I iat g in
Locard at the Friench 19 the G, Oer.
'lbomsrin Ly- mam iwaeept M j ua-
a i at thA e mai -won t -ee w e tt er fend-
Sctor-ofiehn dee re at atSItA. Wet qmte. b any
the .tUnifersity of yone. ease, while athe buialsted
alllnhm out steady, he fir W a et sach proportions
t oii Ade cen"e at the U- that oM Ea M.toud not have
tuitof Stockbolm found- et It, loedetMn zaulated Just
a4 the Sweil Nattotoal Inatl. ubuhmi that t)Nt were
of technleea Police, whleio woef~ tr tindeewysat. W one
htsH -heade became an adviser hm h Nati t U failed
ela t potc WIthe lie dra.
I a would
nd l Iec te not
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