The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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ast it on withes d nexotla,
Igrainf The boycott appatly started
yuAterday when S outh Koy
rean delete. -Oen. Choi
S l 'lDuk Son, failed t1how up at
Choi amozr his ab-
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Pay Cut, Taxes

Rent Hike Net

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Net losses to individual Panam6 Canal emplk
due to forthcoming differential cuts, imposition of in..
c4:me tax and rent hikes, will run as high as $1,000
year, a survey disclosed today.
Zonians, responding to the immediate need for awc
tiin, were busy this morning sending wires, night lett..
and air-mail letters to their Cogressmen. The l hgi
tion, known as the Civil Functidas Bill for the Fiscalu Yw.
1954 is scheduled to come before the House f
tlaires tomorrow.
4 Meanwhile, Governor Seybold saod "d
siament" to make with regard to dny
o..anizaoion might take in trying to 'eg1i
tie from going through.
Staff officials of the Canal, tae Goiveor, rtw4
lobor leader met this morning for ove on hour. 'ihe bI
aess discussed was not disclosed.
A group of citizens today were considering the V _-..'
sibiity of sending Mrs. Margaret Reqnie to Wash*
to present the housewives' view of the effect the bi
lave on employes' pocketbooks.
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A rup t about 100 Irate
aimnf Madan sealed to-

m for the empleoe a
m ly. Free_ rnt was


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iayed aMtion ef the Boi
rectors of thlr Company.
There were no dissent
minority reports on the
filed Io t unltee.
The Committee repoi
has no farce ot law. Eg
recommendations are not
ed, it can ak'a LeglalatW
mittee to draft a law t
the subject.
It also holds the Impoe


S a mnd eral years ago, leivlg
u neaomeas crate rates for rentals
.3' g ,. payment a per salary differential s In
Srnt,. i mt al U.S. ctkeas for employes on the Canal
SThe moderate rentals were
A obos spokesman also inated by the position
Surged U.I-rate residents of oth- drastic Increase in most
er Canal Zone communities to rentals, effective January
S, take similar actein. 1953. A further increase on
in Future ad aprlations go to conference aft the Sen- Meanwhile it was learned to- the more modern employee
r sI ndatmns are not ate acts It June. day that the Canal Zone Libra- ters has been announced to
with. The committee asorce today r- was aweapped, both by tele- come effective July 5. 1953, .
iport Itself t s not acted salad he d1 not believe the com- phone and n person, with re- removing every incentive
the ioAse, but merely mite would deman*-a further quests for the names of Con- the 25 per cent salary diff
planatory synop- reat- rderease over Wthe one greesmen to whom employes trial. Now, even this
-aproriation W bI d for Julyi.that one wished to appeal. ended.
it ataompil. goes antoffect by Julp 1. Mrs. Rennie, who ha been ac- "On sht Friday, the
i.the past, however, most of tlvely gaged in fighting the Appropriations Committee
diret and recommenda- rent aid today she has ported he Army Civil
ihae un fUowed by the received, many calls uing her Bill, 194. In Its report the Ca
kIe t lved. to fly to Washington to repre- m ittee. Rsmmended that
.-sent the mothers and house- differenil be reduced by
hwsfrt, said that the in- wiveson-t Canal Zone who cent (from 25% to 10%) t
ust- M be effected "by the will be strongly hit i the legis- free medical care for employs
conference Committee lation Is ased. be discontinued (It is not fret
-l is ready to report to She said today she was I a but partially subsidized). anm
uses of Congress." good peetio to fight the bill that rentals for our housing bk
probably be so time 4 t g of the sime she personal weald ot boosted still higher.
bill I scheddud for to as its gen- be affected by t."Employes here do not now
at~ lothis week, and will, I i1al condition will be Her husband, a PanamA Ca- nor have they ever objected to
--'" a row at 9:30 pm. at nal pilot, does not receive the 25 paying rentals reasonable uaf'
per cent differental, the circumstances that re
tAan Chargedd of Govern an- A conference was held n the on the Canal Zone. They
WP,, .11 te purpose of the Governor'a office for over an however, object to paying a raft.
STk f fl be to pHle a lIst hour this morning, but no state- (Contined en Page OC. T)
of-who ue not paid ments a to tad taken by
ntnoiete, u them g payment the legislad l d e f lerd SW

ls whd to u st ctoimeate- AtheoC t figh etl f rm orawl
I lae'edly' tealing a worn- Setepa wl be taken, Attendin" b bmee' nZ were ed p
llet frm a parked to effect collection Lt. Gov. HA TauO. Prn. COmp- ra nt u n
Moreno. a 23-year-o delay. trollerM Oli'zl fBie. Forrest
Ifdlall waste charged an th the club's financial G. Dwrim admN dSi as is ur
a L ieny yesterday in the found, they ire In- distant to the governor Ed-
beMagttrate's Court. sOme local merchants. war Doolan, Persk al Direc-
rewas set at $300 and the -bies due th tar, ul rene s Or h w o.n-.
w continued until tomor- membersehowever, M Iu GCovernment sources said toe
Safnoon. b's indebtedness, ac secretary i .. Love- day Norman Cooper, the Amer-
n the ce w te ard statement hea ill U tiens lan flyer wh land here

he t In thme ae ws theBuloa' sstatement.- (in t an centl) lym m ir trHonduras, will Wt
eDKellec i whe o a rcl raim Club is the on- p a atl ot 1 200, ank en iy f Hod sw
taken from. her wIt w ter' Cl Ierthen nd ao- lor 0~ d nt here of be extradited requested
w i a k t sormsr a useful o- the atthat governmentuntil
ai0ng May a a ft )erk a Pfrmaueflcom -Government Employs. paid the $SW0 fine Impoe Cosede a
A ,30 shortly after .ervlee for entertaining were n-eloy r s whoseretima lig by Panama's Civil Af-U
K.. .. were- not raised, It was eastit- nautics authorities.
similar case against anotU* 'ef.othe benefits offered ed that the Income tax dedue- aCooper. 26, who i
ti fo the same crime additional "Beef-Steak atp
end I the Balboa M Christmas Day and ton 20 r cent. ls a differ- being held In the CarcelMr
i e Court last wee dueay. a stcelebration a enta loss of 12 per k ent, would is wanted in Honduras o
S aottl pro e eof n em pn e a totalelossoe t around 32
tax position puts them Inl erC Mer'sic Jaomp es A.o w
Aceordini to an aPrufmate gina' $500 fine was red
cut, income Impositionand only be charged with
of emplayes will Ion the aver- leased Saturday after 40.8
-.. "n am untswislode t e a much smaller fine.
aec en, aboate S M Cooper and Hillard had
"AhsXen. about $V1 0. been fined for vIOla .
ri'-fmkower adfinnlWl4- the bulk of the de- 08-9 (W.ith aver family), ama's air traffic refUag 61 1,I
auj.&~ba~t 50,050 pera ll]l~ll'to'cuts in the peraoptel a t .000.
UI jW1IAV6- ----ft1U' Department and h G Girl.(not, *01. income Pier 20 To Be
.tAlbrlsaO2MY U.ft W411, III. ftoitry agencies and of tax),n about $.w

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A $8.800 contract for
habillitat on of Pier 20,
has been, awarded to the
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announce& t by the e. '
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P*.NDe D N A. "ON .aUNOEVELL IN 10. Labor .News *| M iI if w e.l 1 .'..
7. N ow e.... Pno Eao .s. PANAMA R. And
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248 MADISON AVO. NNW YORKn. (11 N Y. rae. C..e
l aIGON'. m ADVANCE 170 5%
F d so MONTHS. IN ADVANCE 12. By Victor Resel
"oa on01YEAR. IN ADVANC $* 8150124 a* By Victor Asel
now everybody knows the enemy
at has been using WesternShn
1 A fighting machine. It took u '
only two years to excite Od.-
-a O- selves over that one. But evesi
.%.~I' f all the furor takes some of
SThe Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Penam Amer- the fast freighters out of the
lion. Letters are received gratefully and are handled ina wholly eonfi- China run, the enemy won't be
&iWiol manner. disturbed.
If youen contribute a letter don't be impatient It it doesn't appear the They've already replaced mu'
next day. Letters ore published in the order received. of the seaborne trade with r
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. fabulous airborne smugg rg
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. and freight-carrying network.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for tatements as opinions This air commerce carries hun-
epressed in letters from m eon. dreds of tons of raw opium ot
o of the captured -Chinese main-
land and runs tens of aillonw
GAMBOANS GET IT OFF THEIR CHEST -of dollars in raw gold and fight-
ing equipment back into the
ir: hands of the enemy govern-
Out here in Gamboa, I asked the first fourteen people I met
to give me their views on the House Appropriations Committee's Being sophisticated leaders,
astes to cut the differential and hospitalization. These were their theaChinesee Communiots $ ktWaw i B
(1) "If the differential is cut, then ten per cent will be a false would work up some mndignu-
inducement for duty in the Zone." tion over their exptopiation of
(2) "It looks as' if the 10% has been left not as an induce- those shipping failities the
I ment, but rather to avoid paying a subsistence or station ery nattaons withe whic th4
allowance." are at war. SO the Re#ds
(3) "With the differential cut, there is no longer any reason set up special airlines to e6_ _
S to remain here, next will be a cut in vacation time. products to foreign quot at .
(4) "Instead of taking one boat off, they had better put two
S more on so as to handle the northbound traffic." The first of these was the
)( i) "Newman's story was taken as gospel truth. He's a real Cthitese Peoples' Aviation Comn-
sob-Brother. (A period after each letter before the hy- pny.
hen)." Just as our own Naval Intel-
S ) Well, now, how do you like your Republican administra- ligencet knew, but was silent,
; tion? Me! I'm not a Republican, I'm only a poor 111 Ca- about the Chinese ase of West-.
nal' Zoner." e. e shipping, so our nlatellgenib ,
.(7) "Personally, I think a 100% mass resignation by Canal services today know the rotttes
emnloyes -would awaken someone in Washington who is and purposes of.,airlines such ga l.
fully aware of our position in the Canal Zone." the Chinese Peoples Aviation -
(8) "Congress was pretty slick passing a ten grand raise for It runs a regular p An e
themselves and then starting to apply the axe to every freight service from Chnng-ia
other appropriation." to Kunming to CPto via an- .
t9i "Hell, where do they get that 'free hospitalization'? Last ning and tleu links up with the
time I was in Gorgas, I paid $4.50 a day. I'm gonna put oUtside world.. Typical of its
In for a refund."' cargo. were the 25 cases of raw
(10) "I'm getting the L out of here. What has this place to opium delivered to Canton onf
offer. If I etay until I'm 62. I can then get out in thirty tne afternoon of Dec. 20 at s
(11) "With all of these new wrinkles under the present ad- Hon g Kong and then tero t By RUARK
ministration, I am now a 'stench' Republican." woru. We have the wd atUARK
112) "What would happen if every Canal employee did not re- Federal Nrcotics Bureau chf -
13) "Iport'sor work for about he fahree days.nd my family. Hell, it's "Arlines and charter plpnes WASHINOTON.-The story otWillam Oatinas as an Informal spy, since almost anyone who
13) s back to go indebt in th e farm. S. as down here. Be- re aleo usea and it as reabnoi- st unsatisfactory in wh tyat e read, almost works abroad will answer a question Or so'hat
sides, there you have a Congressman to tell your troubles a0y afe to say there is ot an UadAibtedly due to ainmcde rlty, with the h)X country asks himn. I suppose Robert Vanler
sides there you have a Congressman to tel your airline operating either to or eight people telling the liberated press was, too.
to. in the Zone there is no representation. from the colony (Hong Kongj cOtseepondent to glom up uFtl1 they hit the But the point is that while our great nation
S (14 "I wonder when Sevbold is going to be on the employee which has not been use by with the right veraon, declared war against Charlie Chap~&n.and Kore.,
side. Seems as :f there has been only organized confu- (Chinese) narcot~ca smugglers. the last interview I saw,. Mr. Oatia, fresh It held Ver tl for a tinpot satellite to Imprison
Ssion under his regime." 'Late in lhe9 itbecame "rnjy of a two-year Jail torm I Csechoslovakia, one of our pressmen without even tbhatestig
Sanal Banker established that the movement almost like an apolot for the people to send a gUnboat In reprisal. .
So______ gold and narcotics 'smuggling w tucked him away, and who risted the firm- I don't ,kho. and don't want to kow. a1a o,
Were closely connected an pressure by our press and r government to the inner workings of the Oati o tl, but
f- -------- Answer to Previous Puzzle Communist-inspired. It was also him loose, know something about Ihttrnmati 1ual a.kina
I I olacovered the same traffickers e is the chance they tortured him, and and there atS always ways and means mak*
G geography Lesson 1 were shipping strategic war pole his nervones system away. Paul Galico had it feasible. The free press in the United Stat
Pil 11i_ materials to ubmmunist China g aInst ar story for the Saturday Iyenaig Post made a pflt of OftU,; a n4 tn I Jiotl l hAp-
HORIZONTAL 3 Japanese tin this fashion)." sometime back. in which this happened to an opened, a corrupt otle
HORIZONTAL 3 Japaneseh IS1 Thils airborne route is linke' uol kg correspondent who got olleoted by the o han = ga y
4 lRusian river 4Rate with the coastwise ships which Te Mtea in my book. wa heil
4 Slash 5 Opera by are in the news these days.and qther c hance I that he has been fold by .eulab lel 1 e ats. Instance becwau i he
8rd Spanish city Verd Anlnger estimates that from s Oti Department or by a security ageny to a for wh1at 1s4 to en.
S Spanish cty 6 Rocks "50 to 100 million dollars of gold It et. .tt a rdnary corr
1 Hih ri .. 7 Pm un 7e 4mre smuggle urnf a two- th ae is the ohanpe tbaba iaedta to sell e-be AU ave taken his so
S(Bi.)Cr 8 G of year period by individual cour.- his memolra,-whtchrartainly wafl be small pay- always do, with ts40V mrnt-ud
13 Ceremony chance les." ment for the punishment heIn 'ecelved. .e, p.,, ..
r14Religious book 9 City in
2 aWorSbp 10 Scent 27 Photographic 41 Miilatry wind there is direct air transporta- ed juqI equation. I tory k a:u elgnub tler -
S Virginia river 11 Not one prints instrument tion to Europe by Soviet mit- of years h has sat l a -l e all while to .an few ar ati
S 0 Metric 17 On land 28 Spread for 42 Ship spar ary aircraft. The- Russians supposed the greatestt coatry In e wor el In the in repri
Measure 1.9 Notions bread 43 Wing-shaped turn the upitm over to co- couldnt get him ot until the head man fin But we I him there rot until such time
41 poem 23 Bivalve 29 Measures of 44 New Mexico linental dealers who, in turn, made a pubUlity Im i_ out of OatW wife's as It suited Red publicity purposes to leave him
1 2 Resound mollusks time river pay for the war materiel the plea to turn him loose. This the lad did With loose.
fYI Arkansas city, 24 Measure of 31 River in 46 Individuals Soviets pick up and rush back great magnanimity --curioUs coinciding w4th The new spap s a.d especially th ,crilpp-
S Bluff type Pennsylvania 47 Large river to their Chinese allies. the love-thyneighbor campan the Reds were Howard w per m ed r a lare
s26 No.rway 26 Sacred image 33 Mistake in Africa turning on. .. .and9.eAI t. 1 govern tnhe if an1
c capital 2 Ancient port 38 Glimpses 48 Sport To push this trade Moscow I suppose It is possible that Oatis was working certainly deserve a lot of credit fr her ht.
peed.vessel of Rome 40Hobgoblin. 50 Definite article. has set up special advisers on
30 Sta!ndiil of opium cultivation in Kunming
panterstie -'"on1 11*ii and Nanning (Kwansi prov-
32 Interstice ince). They get from 400,000 to

f Bver-- redistribution channels. Even- W a i In N R
with malt tually much of the "stuff" finds t t
'37 Hurries 9- Its way into the U .8.
S39 Spanish river Some of this the It. 8. govern- A REPORTBR'S COCKA-DOODI.kE-DOODLING ca West. the eminent British writer. It I Ula
40 Prejudice m ent has officially reported to "McCar'-n"iqm." The article encompasses-
41 Insect larva the United Nations. Our govern- A report's pleaare in securing news first la prime qudes of an historal document. It Is A
: 42 One of the Z9 1 7 9 mA WP ment reported recently that: expecbea onAy uy me sausaactun ul iavsug uad scholar anla alss based on the publoe record and
huge statues in "The smuggling of gold from Juugulltti ssu" W. rns nappy event occurretu is written with Judicial calm. It se t from
uLondon's Salgon and Bangok and the agALA LMis wej amaen ia. Y. 'Iues cumumnist Ar- fictloh with surgical skill. Thea ot only
Guildhall exchange of the gold with Com-.ur Aucm reports: "1he quesuaun w .nefner *- .records Ben. McCarthy's inv but the
d Flowing munist China for narcotics and mues r1V1t 1o t1 e freeo1t 01 one press are Communist probes of other Congre son om-
49 Dismounting [. --.j--r other high-value exports, which. posed 0up ta. MWrt.nAUWs recent, exanunaitauea et mIttees. It is a whitewash f S Mop thy.
III Byway "of I, In turn, Ard bold td obtain for- .0am6s wecAsie aP deen suomitreu oy W The essay Wnot his personal had- oib'atde
2Bargin event -~i- eign exchange, is the explana- ir .0 to1e amse isaa y or newsap fincles
S Footrt ton which mos nearly fits the lorI. fi, a ieio fian pan oR of aau q~ -
534 Shade iree actual cond'tione prevailing i -r-i'se fS"5JP "gin oru.tra sscatneU tB"Urn Mip W t emphasiles the tragedy of ha1v*e1
4 Silver -the F'ar East. iro'm rhar. vwwpoant tnis conu'aLUmuuonah 31t3 expediency. 6doe Democrats have asiled
5 sntalv bein "The foreign exchange is sup- ilace L ifaa uMluuAU Was ub, in suo Q i- rtu u because Is e a Ra te
Omesbsterve l)i ----plied flom alh countries to which vaned oy anCfWlr an5 lais me sauue mantle Invesa of Cpi n S
p serv t --- the narcotics are destined.*" tauw, --ap i iH5eas in lai|ahCes wnere mnete Issue. Bse n e "The ao no est_
V VERTICAL Thus the airborne smugg;ling a clear vi attoon ste w guIrsnaue." commlttge warS tied up with an pr
I Beloved s really pays the freight for much '*na tf Jm3es gttuuninti aoded: "To thi sonaUty. a hen th word 'M was
S2 Spanish jar a of the war against us and the coitTSHpn*lnt, iusang to me. mnt the e8. 4oinetth4 ia" t ta gained an m at i
"1 ~Receatly when the APL sent ,,voh ati. e 5an.s / *: jg Its Tokyo representative, a rud- uSnea ', aoK quuc'u'eu; **W.uBAier eaiceu tha t wold mcst diske nas
i tiy fiBhtin little Irishman ueJiy. Kut ne nao riven gouud to tne asisUmeJ now relard esons ca before
___--- ,named DI k Deverall, into the inat, ,MnYI sny nua itgii,3sui Lca1e paper as delicate Daclds bra ing BgrOssO
SIntrilgue-ft led port of Portu- mito surnenaermug any parh ui 1M guaruui.ea such as wen Co-mmunnta would get theli
,eae MaCao. across the river needum, toe gualatew uas not bpen ,uuguAu." of tileabt"M
Sl Rd China, to do some tn snuuia De uotea tftat Armnur rect nu uea '
investlgatlnd, he got a one o0 s. MJUtr a antics. provides deadly parallel with t
bodyguard. The fetdse at -iie position taken by Ler (the allegedly pabualith) .-

A C C U R AC Y Three gunmen were suppled thi rep.aer u ime aMxely 1ear us e W6ctiier ,*s fearless beardlng of th, b -eS
bU pro-.U.S. unions and three saiy eoo. mn a etanua ditt'ea.Bautane wua eMS.-Ht. rrS..Wt has
and ~b th e police. Thetey knew the an &.uor an anWr's'" we laea; "wechsler pqle. An i". has.arisen to t ifI
_and Communlet did not want any naa triep to cr:es-aI' ipt a gn mat ue o-
SE Nsophfatlgted Amserican poking ator replreseaed n reat 9 tree press nd Ttl s Woirli
ELEGANCE around into the center o/eteir he depleted h am iM j*OaRl Jo rtr. 'no f tauil n .tu i ,ir sad
Smupling operation, martyr's cla tB W a ... 11
All Communist Chinese in- Many nsmen f aw lea a and ing ia'gm e
SINCE 1860. volvedt in the smauggling opera- have been assauIe e.u a l ol g l M
iEBB |X^ 1tion. whether It Is airborne or umnlnst. Ttee M t.IV4I h -- to m d

seaborne, are warned that a slip that thisP. eCaB ae f io1- 1p
^*i**-,- "of the tongue will mean death inocracy's t su columns we cal JMtlA ti
to their ffallbs on the main- stresses t, W*e. o e a fea me a de, s isdeot C- ImniI, IMl
land. Thus, our intelligence has fender WL4 a to-5 n 9~5T lo.oet. .e. .....
learned, airplane personnel and Uinued 0p qrrty til JVISMW "M V15 tiON
FINE WATCHES even th entire crews of freight- Free PmaS.A w % 1V .m6m W "6 ".
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MUCH BELOW a& run, are aileued., Il
But none of us need be silent. b f l
It took ub Lw years to catch up On the b iN Ib
-U. S. PRICES. wiWs the bow st to China. the Pes" MI
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l A ivities Effort Continues To et Asi
,0 : y ,,,, .--t ,,l ^ .,r 1 ,ack ., ... .
SOff here Oil Cash For Sc tools
ia "_, p 'WASHING M (UP) outer shelf to all the states for to operate off the co-sts
S- Sen. Lister l urged Con- education aid. It is co-sponsored Nova Scot a. Newfoundland
S gress today to eamak revenues by 24 other senators. the Gulf of the St. Lawrta'
S' pek the 18-M etr- '- : S om federal off-shore lands for Hill has estimated that 80 per River.
e R t -" education to ivea "our 50 per cent of Le oil and gas re- Kennon supported Gov.
wo next ye, cent school system a degree of sources lie in the outer shelf. Shivers of Texas when he
fat- a roe T I S. S "''. perfection hitherto undreamed the "orderly and logical" de-
11 Tram Si r. of."- ITotal value of such resources velopment of oilad d
MG"nM th.has been estimated at between sources in federally
an a m.,, The Alabama Democrat said $50,000,000,000 and $300,000,O,.- regions called for some st
his "oil for education" amend- o. authority over the areas
ment is not a "cure-all for U. But ennon brooke sligh
a. i and yer '. a)z a.-1. 8. schools, but we do feel that Sen. Leverett Saltonstall (R.- with Shivers' argument an thw
S(wlldl ulP rlat < the revenues hihb WUi event- Masu.) asked the committee to royalty claim.
Splete. -uate from the development of make sure the bill protects the Shivers had demanded a
a. p. .Wry thr Ea 'lS wp JI On Wedn ad ths Annual A- A these reAburces- an contribute rights of Frew England fishermen of revenues for his state a
h easy as a br. I bld. At importantly to meetg' educa- suggested that coastal sta
tL tn- ta e the a ttl. ub Mu- tUonal needs, get 37 112 per cent of o
t- I"eDe--partmen "tie Stu- u gas revenues from the fed
am idt, B pport, .b r- y -.": ate Interior Cuntee after tr n
e Pal afeeved&et Gov. Robert F. Kennon of Lou- I 0 present
s w neu 4 1 Islana asked the groupp to give .
ads wr V%- Mal" riagawa won the 1 6 & Peas coastal states c authority MuSical Progaratm .
4 E.A.w B Ipwb e.Mt Amer- Pass over the outer regions of the oEtUi
B place Llaoan M aw. OpIONlg ead- Q continental helf. A musical program in aid of W
sWM .-. .. Eftab zsa&z ted ahelocal missionary work will be held I u
S st A~tre sahe fol- H He said "certain people" In Thursday under the sponsorship
Sp th to M nto Con- Louisana also are "hopeful" of the Church of God Pentecos-
Lev Ax -n th -whI"e n 16 it or C9 that hthe dtate will t ahare tal LWWB Auxiliary. M
n'u Fif. fa5 oroev TO ract .nrIza.WijSforM 19,re" of oil and gas royaltiesrm LWWB Auilary.-
to*t-tehand Iwas held dst m pr e- the shelf but "Iam not urging The program will include two
S.h ,Sgt iont h cetona'd. 300 before this committee a 37 112 iano selections bf Miss Barbara ees
.of ,the,_ aversMarn MoeS thper cent claim." Berard, two vocal solos by Min
s students leading leges The committee Is working on Constancia Bell; elocutionary
0"q4 a ..A. of"di a bill to confirm federal con- item, Eva Creig; four anthe ms,
St .- Itlas ar trol of outer regin of the Success Singing Club Four; two
.& o Wo8te6 continental shelf. piano selection, MiD. McClean;,
newer 1-CI afrPdu
a"T ntosa he 0a Club Schol ar .. ~ Per An giving coastal states full con- yards; clarinet solo, Lionel Boyce;
NpI flure of a perbo a th"awo_ 20t, ,Tehee eelHarlowS. L 11, ofd Dav-o n rol over submerged lands out a short drama entitled "Missalon;"
but Toconclud e there
.. le brthe6S r their preoot g word To a conclude the presentation Helghts, W *. ylJr.. ofreensd to their historic boundaries. Red Tank Young People's sing- P. l Alk-Sa .
,too dMg" 6Ma M p t awards and t cltmax the vd W. iWest Hill's proposal, similar to an Ing group, two selections; Four s soma ml .ansle y,_1
forns miho Leslie Riaart, Senior boro, N.C., the unsuccessful amenment to the Notes Quartet, two selections and fte sh A
tIaks to ved a0_ ii] M- Preddaut tae Acomicand wo str en tidelands bill, would distribute sona by the church's combined Sdmy -a
w ho Athle I M i.m S cehoeen entr oi and gas revenues from the Jnor and senior choirs.

OSolld 1 11 4 "51 a- yo h'"e"o r-w is the time...ami f oyoue o hhw al la b
onlyei, a th-hoew ai enlme e Re-ember to he .at l s w1bd tst before en i nannr do some
*Neowarwtsf2d Up 1d E1Inig" loebyanih MOTTA'S
lig"c Wi thy rt ,.atAt -o,,, oof ,, ., o., ,,,-ohn,.-Mb,.,both,-Of -
GOP Solon Splits With Party o

,Leaes Over r g l .o g -rth Ao f
B ; dlsmazd a damuond, South realon-

.Inrd .-te oIIA .. =J. aiAo rlth a pllan thith9 t"
*,ki lie I ..tlaio lu -0 t luelr Ba> .kt o l ,,ub
Ii ,-Uot t,-ub.Ob PANAMA Both Store, COLONw
eqts wntv ui ew kufa W another dim e
ift- sav*e oul am studyngfr*g.. isad PridAr 171u, ahd I.mucf h rel1h ev1 when he-- leader~1. Joha. t? Hhi or CBB tare wHil be itada q-riffed.
b6 f'arsei B.. aM ann. amstat. pnd or teetb- 6WIoaget e he t of his r-to
Sfiba aled to provide ( ) said h on t brats of u tlSthe queen of hearts
Bia A D nM3S st' a1119tbelera nat S aho ol ndoh arndithe kin of hearts, and i
SL erds aotr20~ "our=01IattApc cky to get all of theme
trb sdfaer can partmeat."o We r lOre everyone wla tks out a ruff by We lt.
do we on these exams, never The must be taken. how-
a!ay planesd." Wilson is a ndquau 111e pegWflle theea Goofd LuckI for t itS f West can raf the
ytDo o h rond hole who may get -vior he ropobeids in
the an-, a m ar reduced to taNle
AIM _19 W ith Pa tyr11048Y t lastwm e km onb adtrumpbr leads a low trump
'Rectorit a vb He id S5to the United fSta-s d mne, and Westd
kln com bcans that we l e, set. of in a of trumps to win the
1work.JournalismtlSh Ms ea l now he must retur41M
tinet ,t alill 215PPS i 51 l w saccea and hapil- p a to south's king-ten.
S. you may be Anumber of
&Va to ins -el duek of a ymecrospo bde eth-

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MS Sailing Today From behind 12 other maritime na-
Xsw York on 8.S, Panama tions in providing passenger I
.-Sixty passengers arc sched- ships for the booming travel r
uled to sail from New York for market. The American flag now *
Cristobal this afternoon on the flies over less than half the vas- -
Panama liner Panama, accord- senger ship tonnage that was p f
ing to the advance passenger list available for travel and national: /
-Xeceived oat Balboa Heights. Most defense in 1939. I i
?!Of the passengers are Canal em- This status of the Americapn- ,
pDloyes and members of their flag passenger fleet is empha- 1
-amilies. sized in a report on merchant
,...The complete advance passen- fleets of all nations prepared by
ger list follows: the Natoin1il Federation of A-
Miss Judith Adelman, Errett merican Shipping. ,
B. Albritton, Robert J. Balcer, The report adds that, while I
.Augustin Barichovich. Arch D. passenger ships totalling more
Bishop, Mrs. Viola Carpenter, than 600,000 deadweight tons
Mrs. Evelyn R. Condon, William were under construction in world oxCu3. J
,y, Cunningham. Mrs. Virginia yards on January 1. 1953, none
,.Cunningham. Mrs. Sara Morales of them are for the American
'de Davidson, William L. de la merchant marine despite theB
Mater, Mrs. Roberta F. Egolf, fact that more Americans trav-
Qang plaster. Mr. and Mrs. el by shin than people of any
James A. Fraser, Miss Frances other nation., i
Ytiedman, land Mr. and Mrs. Al-
bert GoldmanMr and MrsAl In contrast, the surveyshows
"Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Ham- that the United Kingdom is
better and daughter, Mrs. wil- building 21 passenger ship and 1
-mA K. Harrimn, Burnice A. will so have restored 80 per cent "C1AN4.
Herring. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney A. of her prewar passenger fleet.
'tay. Mi J eanette Kovel, Mr France has 14 liners on the
and Mrs. Joseph T. Kozlowski ways Italy has 8, land the Neth- i
0nd 2 children, Fred H. Lee, Jr., erlands, 4. Norway and Greece
Dr. Lester Leoatd, Miss Lily E. will soon have more passenger ;
hi4 berg, Charles F. Magee, Jr., ship tonnage than they put to
'Wisi Katherine Manning. John sea in 1939.
T!. Miller. Mrs. Frank Morales, Since World War II, only three
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Mum- passenger ships have been de- r.
iaw* Mr. and Mrs. Neabrey Mor- signed and built for priv te op- .
gan. and James M. Neabrey. eration under the American "Sure, I'll chang.your off day; but you can't ll
.--M r. and M rs. W alter Raushen- I'flag. .i S e ,alw ays a yo hr hff day; ibu t myoufan t es t or
brger, Mrs. Helen M. Rhodes, lDespite the building boom, A- wif always adsts r h ea o my off
^ Nancy Rockwood. Mrs. merican shipyards contributed; LLX
shaffer, Edward Sin- onlv 3 per cent of total ship
Sidney Temple, Mr. and launching in the past year, al-iwhose cargo ships comprise 15 w111 be 2% times its prewar size.
Ruddlph Va th, Miss Elsie though the private US. flag per cent of the total world The United Kingdom and Nor-
Wl each. Mr. and Mrs. merchant fleet on Janmary 1, freighter fleet, way have ordered almtAt.half of
V Walradt Miss Martha H 1953, constituted 16.5 per cent the world tanrer toiAnaiuge n
I Mr. and Mrs. Howard M. of's total. A sidelight on world ship con- being built, whilethe ivatel-
iy and3 children, and Miss When present shipbuilding struction is the increase in the owr.d American tankahi fleet
Yaminy contracts are completed, accord- number of tankers to supply the which is at present the world's
ing to the Federation, the world's boundless. thirst for oil. largest, lhs on order ftor use un-
Falls Behind world's merchant fleetwill be 45 In January, 1953, the Feder a- er the American flag, than
Passenger Ships per cent larger than it was prior tik -... iouu taner mon- 5 per cent of the world's "4u. U
tha- not a single passenger to World War II. nage was 83 per cent larger than
under construction or on The survey discloses a big 'in 1939. More than 65 per cent of More tankers are building for
Brr for private United States jump in merchant ship tonnage all ships now building are tank- use under the Panamanian fla4
toIn, that country will fall on the rart of nations which did ers land when all new oil car- than for op.nration under the
not have much in the way of I riers now under way are com- Stars and Stripes, the survey
passenger or cargo fleets before tpleted, the world tankship fleet points out.
,1 I 5 the' war. As of January 1, 1953,
USJ thoals Who these countries have boosted
their deep sea shipping by 4.-
Would Have 500,0001 deadweight tons over The Paci Se Navigation Company
O n the completion of present INCORPORATED By ROTAL CRARTER 184
Ike Disappointed orers, which total 7Royal Mail Lines Ltd
deadweight tons, the world-wideR al0LiK A" I
Fleet of reighters will be 20 Der
WASHINGTON, May 26 (UP)cent larger than it was in 1939. FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
&;niericans for Democratic Ac- These ships are being built for
W'-, who once looWed hopefully 32 countries, but none for pri- BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
at President Eisenhower as a vate, American-flar operators, OF SOUTH AMERICA
"liberal" candidate, viewed hisi OF *Og
administration today with keen TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHHIE
Wsavppolntment. V "TANTAN ER" PR AND BVl-tv
The organization of "Inde- M.V. "SANTANDER" ...........................May .3th
The o nLzation of "Indas a e S.S. "FLAMENCO"'..........................June i t S
S Liberals," who wanted f M.V. "SALAMANCA"" ..:....u ....
a bitter denunciation of his rec- SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE -
LIdent in 20 years. V. EINA IML PACIFICO< n1S --
They adopted a platform de- TO UNITED KINGDQM DIRECT
clearing that his administration. SS.S "KENUTA".......June ad
by action or "acquiescence." has I V. "SALAERY"* **** ...............e S. d
given aid and support to "sinis- S.S. "TALCA" ..***............................. e
ter forces which endanger our 7H IN $- ".*.. ........jne t
ciRi llbert'.s, our intellectual rROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
freprtork, our national prosperl- a rif s bnsddg u dle TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
tv. -u. r+Ioanalcearit.tand our TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTSCAF A
de-' '-,'' economte opor- rM ideooms Wi Tele es S.S. "DESEADO"........................June 3rd
tufltf o ll" S.S.. "DUVENDYK ............................June 4th
S.S. "LOCH CARTH" ..........................Jne 15th

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&. 'itic. S ,-C.f..M e OWR (OM BRIDE-ZLECT d ace Saturday night at-
MIN I RuI aM keahrs, tf Balboa, was honored with a Ghuets for the even
SI7 I CHAN PA DING lingei a,.i byM. Alpha enyan, K Captain and Mrs. J. .
.a7eo 1eN." W(= MW R OMDBerger at the Kenyon residence I bnle, Mr Mrs.
V.,-- a"to e no" eand Mr. and Mrs. Rober
opn,, M.. ,abeR pWalcl to on the "Junor."nShe wilnvst mlt,.ge-
Ito doors to adm"t a curious and art ed ap of youn Thursday the Lutheran fore going to her home In Yar Legio Auxiliary
tudenta. Thist aonth. that same haga t opened its church in Balboa, and la of mouth, Nova Scotia, for a sum- To rle.t Offleers
portals offering a bigger, better curriouluM and laWer, more interest to friends on both aides mer with her family. The American Legion
ot r? 3ably trained qtaff. of the Isthtmus Mr. and Mrs. Adams and Mr 7 br 8r Wald mo e.
o*(f BA modedart a c flrat of with tur full-time A la bridal bouquet with Kernick plan vacations at lat-' hod a regular mee'
h la&l a mebn- double Lp aced the gift ta- er dates. Wednesday, May 27, at
lint. ble, and the bulft table was --Legion Hall in Old
SAgreidor n apro d of the centered with tBrie. doll, World Affairs Group Meeting Mrs. Jennie Redmond w
ho toet p .inter holding her 1ra ider a The World Affairs Group of aid.
88 I-HBBE^Pt an yg-.ame iqp inters, a decor .um to carry the Caribbean College Club will As there will be an I
wiretotbf to e -- ,i VI Di country may beevpted. countries out tft lshowi. n. meet with Mrs. Grady Hardi-0of officers all member
Som B be held on already. asblted Min the W .Jt of today., The g ...'Ii MrL JackIson, House 8020, 2nd Street, urged to attend. ,
s aw e N. M Morgan,. Timewl r amon terstherel lthgaberM Reunt,_Mrs.,Mirrgrla Thursday at 7:15 p. "
Tita Wmword wrlis sadt&IeE e -EG.Huidtqlu Aim Victor m. Enjoyable Dance At IF .
II n of %ae s.. -alae, i aa o hoaw11risehe ountry. May. ,Jr., ms. &irard Wear- M Mrs. L. Brlans is chairman One of the moast
t-.. .thet Ancon The pr e art ool as to its ingen, Mrs. Albert Rfaf, Mrs. of the grodtp. The topic for dis- Saturday night dances ho
oa hard working 7ohdIg d tor, Juan.l Cedetio Ruben Robertson, Mis. David cusslon will be the Coronation held at the Elks Club was
maa a VWI a' te i- S rummage received ila. t at the O p and at Hawthorne, Mrs. Georg Mit- of Elizabeth 2nd. en lats aturdby. T Ms
a- A e Pot l thenstltut* l AttO ns o .ow thew chel, Mrs. DobaM Rathgaber, All interested In Joining the furnished by Thorpe's
bymein- late Mobly -14d famua ad I atlat and Mrs. Robert Rathgaber Miss group for next year, members tra and their soloist
,dd ce- t an early ex po ttt the renowned Ba ba i bWho knows Joyce Hawthorne, and Miss Vir- and friends are invited to at- Additional attract n
n& O emw Cn but thatthu influences, Pansa's art will be richly ginia Cofife, tend. numbe of song sung h
bn?: i Tteuredt ta --------. __ T Cheek, Mr. Arnold. -i
." en Juan B. 0y, recently traduatefrins ieia BSperior Colonel qd- Mrs. flge Cristobal Stas Club Meeting berg and .Mrs. A. A_
j",Alker d o e Arte. Bue will teach oomnisito1 ".d aintinf to Honored With Party The Cristobal Star Club held Another dance will be
lhton of IaAa, 2A to 5:0o advanced lt W"-8ro 8. Oduber, ala i radut.or the same Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reynolds its regular meeting at the Saturday, May 30.
.e41it101f0.k Se 3* Boa" "rd of school. has I returned from BUrelona, hwh*b be was entertained Baturday evening Cristobal Masonic Temple with
.taking tdies. M Oduber teA dra ng and with a card party their Ga- Mrs. Robert Neely and Miss Unl eky -a5d
Bc puo abs traction. S culp W be oered for tun residene to IVno&r Mrs. ildred Neely as hostesses. .RTID, Me, fUtt- l
Sr oIn 'bWill -rI.t ?me :' '-. w ''.. I -Reynolds' parents Colonel and A May Day theme was used people dread the first et
eldat quarters. 4r cl formally Ca d, pending the Mrs. David Tiger ofL SL Peters- With a miniature maypole on month. when bills pour' n,.
Sohas baa stu d yin gsulpture n burg, Fla. the buffet table and Mrs. Mary Donat L. C distant .
n the Art. Italy. Mr. Ceodeflo Will Initruct The other guests were: Mr. Engelke as the Queen of the 22nd of.every mont .. s..,
So be Mhel begnners Int ad the ua s of watte er. rmprera, and Mrs. Wallae Th MayMay baskets centered the year-old former st
-a 6 ats the Hotel casein and oo-f mand Mrs. Cor Ar dM t l o rnir L
S, M Vmano. Hava r led from Merxio Mr Cedefio and Mrs. 8emon ThbrIlta Mr. tables. two falls In hTe -I
,At I 0ry. DoZld n ou ewe-, be made for of new.illm hcfiat ina d M J. A. CunnWa ghaem, Mr. Mrs. Aurella Hadadrlt presid- both on ,tht date.
Ital ho nat tISnued CsWav eb.. aets by tel- t he tec scco e s e the el- Mrs. Curts Geoe-, Mr' ed at the business meeting af-
o. CMr lar Peer- T e" hoig headqa1t0erS muradywstlSlu Aiosw and pinteMrs. Arnold H, v Mr. ter which card bingo was play-Pris werewn he
ndMs P. ear n -S the Itltut o,e also studie1.with Xror Guei.rrero, and Mrs. Robert Thm, asnMr. ed. The prizes were won by
1metand kn1h .w the air Rufinoa nd Mrs. Cliffor-d Asbuy, and rs.. olga Roe, Mrs. Mary L.
o' oHilMLr. a, aer- Tamayo, Dlego Ri vm anovra alndlu oran Mrs. J. B. Webster and Mls Engelke, Mrs. Minnie Rudge
SLathe p ,t. wili be dffered to a Jmted class o Millicent Walters of Ctrundu and Mrs. Mary E. Howard.
aftnet. b tB o netI a:the series advanced aS rtud and art students who are al- Heights, Mr. and Mta Fred A prize was won by Mrs.
r &iOTh, .CMhar.les aSdr sAtn ready well Scrat dtelne and p atz Mr. chwar t and Mrs. George-t Tnkhe Parrish for being the
.l"a.. 1 Latin America Is re- Poole, Sr, Mr. and Mrs. 0. s 21at person to attend.
S,\-_^ W^omen's Cib 1held Wed- i.T aet muoraliss. mentioned above. Mural art Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. LI 0. Souvenir spoons were given
Grin yX, from 11:00 geterally df, t1e. paelnting on a wall. rehq.., a tech- Moore, and Captain and Mrs. Mrs. Jeannie Roder and Mrs.
i t te ote t cluu.o m it on damp lister which has 0. M. Cramer. lse Ure, who are leaving the
nan, J Mei bers IaUa.lmd rwa Preseo seco. which Mr., Cedeflo Prizes for ladies were won Ithmus.
I Ptgo oU r, 0 B'oanji wi teach.o I pirral technique of' pantog one a dry by Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Thrift The other members present
ey Wanl The m t lly decorative and lb an integral and Mrs. Tiger. The men win- were: Mrs. Georgia Jones, Mrs.
nSo itf rAtH o nte The -Meetfr esco has b- ens ta umental Moore and Mr. Poole. Mrs. Oulda Turner. Mrs. Dotha
oow a vacation of one Ctzeor abstrh act S b. Its compoati r. problem t o arewell Dinn e day or rke, Mrs. Aray Wray, Mrs.

v pdpmthtla Mr. Arthur Bothwell and la elections or its board of direc- hibit In the pat of ters such inlr and The other gests were: Rev- nock and Mrs. Dorothy Facer. *
on daughters, Elabeth An d trs wi o ve nd Ouber have proven t the little erend and Mrs. Arnold Waldock
.. -. Tisa, returned to Panama via Thoe nteetad havin ga shows gan b measured and compared favorably and and Reverend Nolan Akers, Formal Dance Suceesful W Th Jewelry Mt rW
Cop their names placed on t ballot on a superior level to other surrounding countries Reverend Akers will fill the The Washington CotillionI 137 central Aeve. l '..
B*--- should contact the chairmen In who e ah at tradition. eho quality of these exhibitions can pulpit at the Church of Our Club held a successful formal ____________________ _
theteril tir towhap. The Balboa area al'nqld it ow with Aof the New York galleri.s Staviour while the Cooksons are
Shf especially. Is a sorto f .fl-away. ,
r s Pa wHl h eAifPa t- dates. .It eted that veryi Rev. and Mrs. C ookson and A
a i members of thewPia* active res will be felt in the | In bU r family wm vd t in Coaremont, "Mr
'"oMr the Boa ftiacorle. t h tthePrnwianian pai trhv t woDel., and Wedn r. Wray
rf^ C c h e te~fcandidate foth^B fore lat .to* 'f ,, ^ -*f Sla
SwilL sped the a summer wit
0 aAgA&M r lher R aothe (Old e E fr and ses T her parents. Rev. Cookson wille: oks S Fer A I
pwtAea A Chairman. I O I C attend the E tdhenronty of the d n
T rt e to P m iahsein, asa404: W ateo m e i. cMa .e South, at, SeR ee, Tenn., for 1. c S-Sc -Tl
Mo" P. k *. rt t the er and his
IIicJ _!Ro qaltyof l^S the~. nS.hb a*ito ca um1ly will join him in New a t C
prese ntwking, ft1ru. -Z6 by a complete revamping of the York to return in September.
SMt present. working rlee,..".-"
*aet Iemert tM avr The Institute said unlicensed New Bowing League Offleers
s"..AAN Cha.t san. Bam Roe, tie U oa (B) seamens presently ave s sThe Coco olo Mixed Bowl-
."- .oa f onth, an increase 56 per g League elected the follow-
SPhilhp Dqde, Archie ages in negating a new en- cent over 139 earnings and of in officers at their banquet
French, Jacob, Joeph tct ad would seek to. reduce 138 per cent since 1945. It said day night: president i. t .pe s- that. ave wage proved the 0.. Hende rson, ve-presLdntd
T e other wOrkmen in major indUL- etenat Ma Igton, forfrvd-groul : ..
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1h e par en'.e In c., kouo
p A -Ca .IoNV RUTH MLLETT Says... -.aten,, -S..=t pices ae specially milled and poced
Th .h1 404: ter81 atnd s. G. L. Hendrick- to potect that spuaing Fresh-ground flavor. li
BonH. 3... .*0or -..__ son ale b informal dinner Better for all your cooking and baklnh S0
Se Pati U of ",eil. .n-l o r hold^ h or marriage r n togetl r latel rday evening to honor hLt.
'ite"e eewtl.Si Mrs. R Netrow

Sfeoer t no u h B b mtarel tled r iore rthe gt the n tates pure, U f -Sml n rmr.
-e.. o aen o Id Ofteno Like Meek urrender Lt. a. Mrs. R. r. Stiles were
Sto Poe' gives me courage to go their other guests.
.MI..i n. l n "waitn sti wih'the battle oI am w resi 3hr--f ea ie At,
tAlirAS "Mrs. Joseph Noon- oUe the t richer Itsrenc's giv es cakes, cookies,
oaki me UWi*to gr expirne am on husband is the kind of ana had a dinner party at their puddingsr--all you.desmes. There are
: k a h JiThe u.ou'l demanded, ~aP weho s usually labeled eights home Saturday no finer, purer-ird than French's!
e AM A rm .etty seted a' But due to relous to compliment Mr. and
Sisbpahew-m keos JMalone, 6-44: a m edes Hunter, abn wed I cannot divorce W. 3. Adams and Mr. and FlE REOPIE IOOgt.lqseaev r Meehhme Mqle."
SCole, Beti MaBrie unapiied amount and doubt that would John Kernick. W L T ee h 9, N. Y
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.POW*lle .'whih must -h B Bof those days. Then ..,
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Lewis Service Sal6n de Beleza Americano Carlton Drug Store W o od'i.,
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.0159 M4 des Ave.-Phone 25 Col6n

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fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones -tt14 and 2-2798 4: 0-Slt Ior r a orte
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Os n dras me-tuWraie Alske llae3s0 AsymI. S l only court in Santa Clara with an 'T O lO
fOR n o- 1951 ik S l D0 Le, D o -e Ance. C Z. oconview from all cottlgs. Stps
hog Anylivingroorm suite, 6 months Sedan, dlo, plastic mst overs to beach, Rockgos refrigeration, Aoai O NOy NI
old. .ali 87-422 Fort Davis. 0,000 lel. Ne tir. A reel DR. WENDEHAKE. MedicalClinic. barbecue and shuffleboard. Pona-s
FOR SALE:-Mahogany dining table, gd buy, $1,750.00. Central Avenue, K Street corner. mi 3-1877. Margarita .-16"73, A _I .
SSMOOT & PAREDES Telephone 2-3479, Panama. Box No. 435, Balboa. REVOLUTIONAR
chairs $65. One Remington auto- FO NSPEIALAM X SION HOUSES ON fECH at Santa Clara, ND110r lI
-'amtic shot gun. Mod. 48 semi Rib. FOR SALE:-1950 Hillman Sedan, FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO also in COOL Cerro Campano"G L "
barrel, condition $70.00. 1931 green, $65C, not duty paid. 48thCone way $85, round trip $135 415 Mountain. phon SRAPNEL, Obl. .Y
Ford A mb el. Jeep Station. Body -Street No. 6, BeJla Vista. Phone day-limit) $169.00 good one yea r"t Hoo eP oI PRESSURE SPRAYER
new, 16tires.First reasonable of- 3-3105. to- LOS ANnELES, one way. $|49.1
new, 16" tires. First reasonable of- 3-3105. round trip, $252.35. (90 day-imit). FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond Pfrm ag dia.
fr. 207-B, Pedro Miguel, C. Z. FOR SALE:-New 1953 Ford 2 Door Penama Dispatch Service 36 Ayide Santa Clara. Completely furnished. A
R SALE:-Refrigerator 7 Vz cu. ft. Sedan. Discount $150.00. Must Necloeal (Automobile Row). Tel. Rbck Gas Refrigerators and Stoves. O AL 9: Answer
SCrosley Shalvador, 4 yrs. old. No sell. Tel. 3-5069. Penama 2-1655. 2-7Bring your linns. Phone Dolma's ON1 c : ell Pre t(A)
rust, excellent condition inside and FOR SALE:-1950 Packard 4 DOrTravel via "AREA," "the Route of the Ps n -A COL lL
outside. Sacrifice at $65. Call 2- Clipper. New paint, plastic eat Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages, F NOV
2346, before 4 p. m and 2-1597 coven ctemtic drive, new IN PRICES!... FREE MEALS.,. 2'bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockgas tI" CaItl Ave. -
Safter. tim, low mIleage. Formerly owned COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI onges. Balboa 2-3056, exbpt 10: Vknlbo
IARGAIN! Chinese furniture, for by Cept. 6riffit, C. Z P. and $70.00...NEW YORK, $114.00. Week-ends11N
sale, refrigerator G. E. 60 cycles, beautifully cemd for the t but uy .GUAYAQUL, Gru. a mlich Sat Cl ES i I N tE, g O
in very good condition. 35th St. in town, eoly $1,195.00. TO, $86.00. Round trip to MIA- toges. Electric iceboxes, gas atovh O
S6. SMOOT& PARDS Mi $126.00.. 'NEW YORK, moderate rates. Tele hone 6-441 i"r.hl.. VI. m.v. A
R SALE: Refrigerator Philco B7 uEic Cevrolet Oldsmobile $214.00..GUAYAQUI. $144.00 Gambo 4-567, Pedro Migue
I R SAIF: $5 +Cmfri -5,67 Phio "i P1 ij-
v cu. ft. Bargain. Moriano Aroseme- BARGAIN:-195-I2 l Air Chrevlel .QUITe $154.80. BOEING 4- _W__ ndg orv a bae On and 0C0 PabMe1D iDa i
S o St. House 65 Apt. 11. Spot Coupe. Two t leak engine planes. For m *tRENT s. s cdeta
gr.e. y Manio, w -S-W tires, be1b
It SA row mahogany d in- les, $1,700.00. Cell 82-4169 Avenida Nacional (Automobile OU 2. Pn m 8:
Ing table two leaves and 4 chairs after 4:0 p. m. Row), telephone 2-1655. 1949 to 1 2 9 .8:r Aerls M(l tOlng
to match. 20 E Locono. Tel. Navy SALE:-1951 Plymouth 4-door FOR RENT-.-Chalet. furnished |
SSE-- ece livg sedan. Radio, leather upholstery. FOR unfurnished, tfuly fence, three i. I B
R SAE:- piece livingroom et; CllAmson, Balboa 2333. bedrooms, two baths, parlor, d2n- OP En t O) W
coffee tables with plate glossy il roo, kitchenF porch, mebd' d 1o it
ingroom, kichnporch maid's i'.amuuuiia^
tops; 1 double bed, Hollywood, FOR SALE-1949 Ford 1 dor sedan. rCAe0!0i Le rqam, garage, smeal simi DEALERS IN '8 *e co IP
with ruffle;1 Iwicker choir; 2 New SBet coven end tim. Low pool oneyarrabe, lese (h DA R I
rockers; 1 table; 1 sandwich toast- mille. ou can t thi FOR :-Zenith Console odio- bone ear renewable 504 ntoecord
Ser with waffle attachment; bed only $995.00. Phonograph.' Excellent .cndition, o "Ie 11r: 0-1o t3x Re5r (3 A
a 5 .00; dishes; radio, misce.items; SMOOT& PAREDES $98.00. Phone Panama 3-1777. FOR RENT--Furnished hou. Uv- T 1heon M
lia ts. House 715-A, Prado. lUcl Chekolete- Oldsmbile FOR SALE: Wire hair terriers, 7 F ngror, dining rom, 2.S bedrooms, I
FOR SALE- nette, with 4 chairs. FOR SALE:-1948 ash Ambas weeks old, pure bred.Call anama kitchen, wash tubs, hot, water. -L tan
Cal 335. V .ador 4-door, unusually, goad condi- 3-0272 44th Steret, Colombia No. 93 Via .EP d 2536 rie BCyI,.cue oci
tion throughout. Low mileage, r Avenue, opposite Babylandia), Miramar." 9 m. to 12 p. .m. CflROc P O
Americn selg out bre- dio. Call -2573. Hoatse 53 Cris- apartment S. 2 p.t m. t 4 p.m. I Di. o RAoG I. R aIZ Star i it, w
fst set $2500. Metal dresser $.15. o bp.. m. to 4 p. m.*B 1:-L E t aw SDi. ov b t
b00. MaohgcnyHollywood bed, in- 3V '* 2:,- i, go a W
nerspi mattress, $90.00, end FOR SALE: '51, 4 Dr. De Luxe FO SAL Piano upriight grand, OR RENT
0 'n t yesinger H F sewing machines y F baby Scrib. =P in o N i O Rat i I "ll,
tables $15.00, upholstered, maho- Chevrolet, $1,490 cash. Leather sn. g 6 sewing machine, baby crib.saRen A
gany 3 pc. vingroom st with cof- upholstery. 17,000 miles. Call 4- Tel. 916, Colon. 2 Apr lf, 4 tlU or :Wbel
fee table $155.00. 8 months old., 124 between 8 a. m. and 3 p. m. FOR SALE:-High Compression alu- L 3 m* e SA. r, ie caught I l nct of
60 cycle refrigerator $200, 8 Until minum heads for 1949 to 1953 ALTiAMRA APARTMENTS I M.lndayl t o PF z 3:1 ---The for le tt of
60cylere V8 rgo $200, 8o Untl n^ dLy 5 Two and five room furnlshed oand1 el.a 1469 nAnn Wedd?% afa
Months old. Phone Panama 3-4407. FOR SAL : 1951 Chevroet el Ford V8 $35.00. Phone Coco Soto a r m th ad Tl. 148 001 .
FOR SALE:-25 Cycle 9 cu. ft. Frig- Air. Powerllld, two tme grey, rid closed gardens. 8061, 0th Stree, 4:
idaire, 25 Cycle Bendix Economat. weather and cleth inteir, iod FOR SALE:-$18.00 Remington Rand New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
Kitchen mixer. 5 green slot porch tims, $1,95.00 typewriter, needs slight reairs. 1386.
screens. Fence duplex type nouse. SMOOT & PAREDIS Also 45.00 Remington Model tENTTo typewriter r u
Bend saw, bench and motor. Lathe, uic Chevrowet -Oldmobail excellent condition, all capital let- FO RE NT:r.t beroew furnish 4 4 -
-bench motor. 4/ reel and 2 poles. FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2 Door tars, Use To rls .or b or billing. RPart. t Call t le e
Various household articles and elec- Sedan. Radio. Low mileage. Goo Original cost Was $1 5.00. See at
tric motors. House 1504-A, Akee tres. Will accept first reasonoabe A. 7, Tivol 0, over F R
St. Te. 2-350 2 offer. Albrook 417.9..S.. S rrI- p 'v FOR sRENT' FI II
iyo cid reOR SALE -1947 e-197 oln 5 passrin-. r o oos
Goo c itio rice .00. gr coupe, verdrive, radio, 0nw ys __ c_. t. .... ". .. )P.
Gmbo 104 o orse 1021. pint. $500.00, with $150.00 rpintd. ndition, er- F RENT:--Furnished cool roon t
mar 0pi nt..w $lc 15eea t yd (European-A mensiri ata I i
FOR SALE:-25 cycle washing me- down. Phone Albrook 6188. anted $o See it at yo or (Eur FpeaeAme 9i ZO~ M
chine; Frigidaire; clock; Oak din- FOR ALI-949 uick S upper 4 sns nooni ld a a g
Ing room table and buffet; Singer Door, Dynaflew, radio, plst anot FOR SALE:-Bargn, photographic allafternoonJust
sewing mchie;Misc. Household covers, new es. A rel brgin equipment: 16 mm. Cine Kodak Av. No. 57
1411-A. Lo -.n -.o. ti&,ea- ....n,;
rnture. 1411-A, Ls Cruces, $1,250.00, Special with accessories, tripods,
Balboa 26316 SMOOT 6 PAREDES Speed Graphic camera, etc. M r. O ALE
MR SALE -Old type Westinghouse Buick Chevrelet- Oldsmbile Bryan Esso Standard il End Q St. ana- Sin.
refrigerator, $40.00, runs good. FOR SALE:--1942 Ford Tudor, good 1.
Double Hollywood bed, $35.00; condition. Duty paid, tlr good. FOR SALE--Used 9 c. f. Intermtion- i d 11
8 metal sideboard $5.00. 1 kitch- $349.00. 1467-A, Holden. FOR SALE: Hamsters and metal al Form cuts tractor wilth plowandTe oml t
en table, $5.00. 2-3324. 1427-A, pens. House 2470. Morgan Ave. hirrow, Cia. Alforo S. A. 2, Peru.
CarFOR SALE:--19 Model "A" Ford t ]l i Alh- .l
rr "- Coach. Bett offer. After 5 p. m. PANAMA NAL COMPANY Aveue. ht.
R SALE.--Used gas stove in gd R-2-A Rossau. Pl~ae 25-3464. OFFERS REFRIGIRATOR PARTS FOR M1ALE:-F1952 Cushman Eogle, .t 11& bob
e nodidken, ** tShm at your Sylva- O SALE S L white, With windshield 55 MPHV Atnela
s Stee Via Esaas No. 1. FOR SALE:-950 D Sealed bids, for opening in public, 0 miles per gallon. Call 25-3368 rOAR calltt
go Luxe *Sed Plesl iseet.coven, will be received until 10:30 A. MA, .fSee'QtfsR184-D, Rbussdou L

FOR SALE $tV17500.0i nR Balboa, for SC
Real EstateWeCeSMOOT OARDSbit' Refri rator Parts located at Cristo-5Ot Jl.
Real Estate ac ,eta toah +. O.,[, telephone ds3- 256,
#6R SAL---Eblished quick srie Heted and at the."300" Area, Balboao.. inA4
bOR SAEEstabished quick sri Help.Wanted "a 33 At To G a USA d C
tounilry in the heart of Colon. f o .a33f -a.Ln
Truck, machinery and equipmeht 2WANTED: Englh making maid ficoe of Sufou res, o f (O Page
fWAcTEof:S- tendertt of Storehouses,
Sto 3 V/z years old. Opportunity for to live in. Experienced in child telephone 2-1815. therI
energetic peo son. Purchase can beI care. Apply house No, 24, 48th. --A rI ald e t laa
made witn or without real-estate. Sisp
If interested you may contact El, FOR SALE*-Und electric stave, per- IFr "ewOeepticrlsy meritorious Mil s ane
: Lavamtico. 8054. 1-th St. Colon WANTED t ondii, guaranteed $76.- con uet n e performance of 'r fll te
h or P.o 462. Se It at your Sylvania Store, outstanding ervice" with the s l b m s iqse
OiRt SALE:-"Budmar" at New Goar- Miscel1aneous .Vi Rpe No. I. 10th Qop in Itorea, -,,MVN4 l
beach. Two concrete block houses United States couple EXPECTING FOl -Pinent gl-piong. Ajustable rocking Bri (lo era, U.S. reati i
one of 25' x 38, -other 20' x 0, PANAMANIAN CHILD requires chair. 0860-A, Oleander St. Bal trc i. Ant03y pre5Aented 1nO.
ol facilities, electric light-plant & urifurnisheo two-bedroom hot water bo TeL 1358. Oak eA ou1 Mr award to .a es sJI
flowers, WANTED ALIVI=---I Tt $1..?a-,Blo.". L. JT. WhitOc k,
water pump; tools, power lown apartment or house by July 1.2 ustgonofin an honorLs,.
flo.d wern GOod rretread (no junk). Kop, Ce a Fort Agad lnTheomod
eBohias, barbecue and equipment; 00 eh s- manJ. generas USAlCoa
excellent fence. Opeo for inspec- nd ers, -ed Mi Bis wv11 I* received in the office of made the priena

e l. ch Ba lboa 1,64 Sk pd Se vichD rec ors toC tl2 5 cycle. Q 8 9 F L C at o nu no S rv ce000 ouTsof rs a.0,
S e o B l0 W N Trs. Calerpa l-lelanr e I aghts, or General Monag- ed bo y t oops from the 3rd l e.
0t.a Sphoatura n tunday. D. 6. t Avenueb833rdfatned Servfice eor, e gard as t - r "Commissaryon Division, Mount Iantrynd 45th R.
L S PphLonre 3-4671. CanalZone, until 3:00 p. mended by aj. mO C. Br
S ESSO N S WANTED TO BUY:"--Ceiling fan,. imn.,W.Vda b, June 10, 1953, The cittn, t M bsi amf orm o
Teachlr will give Sp*nish Classes to 25 cycle. Quarters 89, Ft. Clayton, frn3 0
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takeo s ffsani Asua u rTheo- vun widely. They eseason kigttseastonal
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Mo. n d out toa dSHU doctor of iA r u lebU nracts

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giant and Jmlrwere doctors of philosophy. United M ta-Mtes; lov a e-b eat e of ent
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Scou be a pAdsUate forestry Thes we age of such em- secretary ofstate might well be

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NEW YORK, May 26 (UP)-Max Surkont put p amke W L LTOn % C b S te D at Pi
his name into the record books. today with a feat St. Louis 19 12 .613" A nigt fr"Uo f. r the- n5X
that may be unmatched for years to come-he struck Bholn 2 1 4 5' Fe*
Philadelphia 17 13 ..67Aa.-* Lr l-. the
out eight straight batters. New .t AYr196 4ml4-IlMIa
Pittsburgh 12 21 36J ,
The right hander for the the Reds, winning the opener Chicago 10 19 30S and RqgMsl
Braves turned in his sixth 5-1 as Don Lddle pitched three- Cincinnati 9 20 S allbore.10 R ifle Tourea
sraignt victory without a ae- hit ball for his second win. Del eu--- f in t -rouf nde.i
ieai,, agpping eincinnati 1U-3. Crandall's two-run triple, put TODAY'S GAMES e--o of ..
vious record of seven set by In Surkont's victory, Ed Mat- Cincinnati at Milwaukee Lt C. H. F. Ross, the IUflo to thedrUA. cl 1rat- UU
-o-oks W. e o. the Giants in hews drove in five runs with a No other games scheduled. of the Balboa Qua Inxprenced t titrs i o l. I, ,
1906 anealed by two Dod- air of homers. --- Club, has announced that the w' : t re J .
ietr azzy Vance in 194 YESTERDAY'S RESULTS 1953 Pacific Area cmallbore lowet ilcatlon atinn-
ner iVan Lngle Mungo in 196. In the American League, the H E Championship Registered Rifle I Then wll be aWd for each rLg tr-hm
n ko nt struck out 13 alto- Red Sox and Yankees also made New York 101 130 000-6 12 0 Tournament will be sponsored elltiflcation in eas watch, had ta BSl 'S W. C'ub- '
gemer and was aided to some history by paying the longest Pittsburgh 000 030 000-3 8 1 by the Balboa Gun. Club. and. for the over-all a g e, and a mf 1 .............. 0 .' W
extent by a fog which envel- nine-inning game in major Corwin, Hiller (2-0) and Noble. will be held on the Club's range eery competitor e .........,. ,
.e x .-, t h e f ie ld a s pr o c e e d in g s l e a g u e a n n a ls g o in g h r e e h o u rs F r ie n d ( 1 4 ) P o ll e t H e t k l a n d o n S a t u r d a y a n d S u n d a y J u n oo d. c h eto0 a wb o.
twice were halted by rain. e and 52 minutes before Boston Sandock. 6 And7 to at i' bout. .. i
.gaveu efive hits. finally won 14-10 with a 20-hit Tce eTompleta program for this take te the' crhle as year, re... "
The first place Braves swept barrage. The Yankees made 13 St. Louis 204 002 051-14 18 0 tournament has been submitted thuM reading the u eover aly1
b o e of double bill from hits themselves. Mickey McDer- Chicago 001 100 010- 3 9 1 to the National Rifle Assos. wider field ne ah l .
Dboh ensofas ue Mot1nnng itcer col- 0 Wv ....::..... S .
mott the winning ptcer col- Presko (3-3), Brazle and ice.. tlon .or their approval and has .Ther M ll beatoio rd forheda M aS sBUR.IO. .
S Piected oursall hita while imm Rush (3-51, Bacgewskl, JOnes, P0been returned and W re- high and for high Junior iidIUba eW.MCU. M "
S drawn Outer had e le Simpson, Kelly, Leonard and o or publication this past in ea teh and for e &g- a -
Shomer, double and single for Atwell. wek end. Tle entire tourna- gregate scores. There wil fitF- TD l -i4rrotid preloIf 1M..-' '
Boston. Every Boston starter got meant consists of 160,shots prdne a.hoii be two sets ot team out the g daro ,
at least one hit in the carnage. Night Game at various distances, and 20 h ets awarded bet twor aeta of tman wil lb out the a.a ike-a 4 -
BOSTON- AB PO A The Dodgers made it three h ing Brooklyn 020 112 140-11 15 s standing. These are arranged to teart will be $5.00 for the team. 9. of I 1267 u s 7 ,
Piersa, r. .. 3 3 3 0 a row over theo win 11-9lles comingle Phla. 302 100 021- 911 1 comprise a total of seven dif- This Is distinct entry f from out on A. 4
Baker, 2b.... 3 2 1 8 2 from behind to w 11-whil es, Wade, Milliken (1-0), ferent matches, and 68 awards the Ihdividual entry fees lated while Gardel, I. Belga e 2
KGeell, b .. .. 3 1 1 3 1 12 24-3 th Cardinals drubbed the Cubs Black and Campanella. Drews. & ae bee purchased by the earlier, although te ShI' am t making his w la --
Geert, b .... 3 1 1 3 1 14-3 with 18ed hits burgand the 6-3ant Konstanty (3-2), dik and Balboa Gun Club for this tour- individual regtration th ie pt s .lated t 0. ia 0 '.. .
Stephens, If .. 3 0 2 1 0 again toped Pittsburh63 Burgess. nament, more than one, percom coMr, the team match. 'the- h anelent andy Lao at iltIhean td y s
bEvers,f.... 3 1 2 4 0 alph Kin er hit his 300th big petltot. triltmust be desiga y m pUn r 'l m LyderR
Umphlett, eI... 5 1 2 2 0 league homer in a losing cause. First Game NA. Registered Tournament managers not later than am. .. Ca9iFptem -S B, a .'
Bolirng, s. ....4 0 1 3 an other American League Cincinnati 001 000 000-1 3 2 rules will apply throughout this. on the Starting day of the tour- The ._he e *
Niarhos, c .. e5333 tames the White Sox handed i or |yet p t I'f-
McDermott, p. 4 3 4 0 0 the Browns their eighth straight M wakee 010 200 20x5 5 0 to ament. Any.R. membr pnm beapon by be Si ths S 3
Kinder, p.....1 I) 0 0 0 defeat 7-5. and Washington beat Church (2-3), SmnIth, ColluM1, elIgible to .c0pete.. e The-weaponbto be f this hbeastt forJa ,tOn .
Freeman, p .. .. 1 0 0 0 0 Phildelpfe ia 6-1. Cleveland a and Wn a minick. Liddle (2-1) and nU-nimembers desiring to coIn- iatch will be the .St ^Tl- tfettf cfntost a 1 It*- SI I" b 0 eo
0 Detroit wer le Crandall Pet may join the N..A. at ainy flash ifle, with either .- twee. "0a04; % ,-
Kennedy, p. .. 0 0 0 0 Detimeeidle. rna before the match. 3111 Jat- tical glass sights. ger Ot$Is an Pedt Tell *ya te L
Totals. ........43 14 20 27 8 Homers by Carl Furillomus Gat be at leastI a .
S nd Game fiay represents the N.R.A., ansd lust be at le d rolnd oeate. oth Ta. s At "
Jackie Robinson, and Ro, Cincinnati 010 000 002- 3 5 0 has stated that he will be glad Palm rest and hooked itte oOtl are A n"beaes as 7-
Jckle Robinson, and Roy k-to-accept the $4.00 membe, may be used in the A. Ti,
NEW YORK- AB RH PO A Campanella sparked the Dodg- Mil wauikeeM6011300 o xl 3 oS fee from any eligible $., 0m i match it desired. i tillbe bliht- v -- Bo.. 5
Rizuto, s .. .. 2 2 1 2 4 era as they came from behind rNevel, Smith and wtill be available at the range eore fired ln tis 'town- ro between Kid MAnon. .
artin, b .... 5 1 1 5 1 at Phia elwhtwia. Robasen's Seminick. Surkont (6-0) and We rthe tournament. mont (except standtS ll be and Gregro PerS .,row Whiprs. I I
fCarey .. .. .. 0 0 0 came with two on er y iee for this umatchl. m used to reclassify aht n A al-round. special tbe- -'--
Mauer, rf.." .. 6 2 2 1 1 ro oke Bob Millken p lekedp oo nd i h i.s the cost other recordstof the tlMrfle tWee Al AHstin n Vietor I. iilsed;. -RA-AL M
Mantle, c .... 4 1 3 3 0 his first big league win In a M ICAN LEAGU raning the match and hyng Amn. The winner wI be with- Asprlla at 116 pis~d sad a
-MDougald, 3b .. 6 1 2 0 4 relief role. Teams W L Pet the awards Is con iderable. ot doubt rcoWldau s Canl fou dr al Li
Berra 5.... 6 0 32 The Giants n4e 12 hits InNew York 23 T hie h re gos.aregsirton _te NRf ZoingeSthe tChapin. An at126pounds l Oest *h Dwlers -'O ."an
Clll>b ... 3 1 0 9 1 their easy triumph t Pltts Chiceago 22 .6 7600 to estouthme.a .fr Ing te unam pw tS ke e p Club
Blackwell, b. 0 0 0 0 burgh. Davey Williams collect- Cleteland 18 12 .600an l tournttnaen wlaY .e akntered I the prStaeogrCm.taa.. Io T
Gorman, .. 0 0 00 00 0 ed three as relief pitcher Dutch Boston 20 15 .571 torment y be entered b y spofrthe State ..1
e threeW a -asnA re i ffiaer D tc o ton 1L tr c -1. e," .atta4 *sa.ha s. I' t e o .L k -',
amieo 1 0 0 0 0 Hiller gained the victory. Kiner WashingtonW .1' 7.520 Mfo 5h.00,,Or 0 total 61.sir bal- usallv sponsored: the Ea a A Luke- Zed T 31
McDonald,p .. 0 0 0 1 became the 12th, player in big Philadelphia 10 22 .421 b as. Anyone competing in lam Zone s. hooting Aasoclatl AI .'l1.'4
Mconal.0e t r1 2. =..then all the matches may enter won last year wl 1354 Out
Kuzava p.... 0 0 0 0 2 league history to hit 300 or more St..Louis 12226. 3 r0 sl per mate with a $2.00 1600. a g od m a shoot a'' .
cRenna .. .....1 1 1 0 0 homers. Tletroit 10 26 .8m nun" entry. W hgood an .
Miller, p .......0 0 0 0 0 S8tan Musial had one of those Entri" close at might, g thk at 'Wo os
dNoren .. .. ..1 0 0 0 0 days in Chicago when he hit two TODAY'S GAMES 31. Paofientri*ill1be pcce p.allbore
Ford, .0 0 0 0 1 homers and drove In Ix runs Detroi t t Celand (4) butl registation and entry eS mSay be h .
eBollweg 11 1 0 0 but his roommate, Red Schoen- Chicago at St. LouS1 8(N) W il resrb e 6l ub- 4 .pt .--J w l l !. : t
dienst was almost as oten Bostonat Philadelphia (N) kt da i-ed ght op it
Totals .. ..4.. .. 42 2718 connecting for a double. pd Nb othe* gain acheluled. o ,ifo t iup 1
a-Grounded out fo.r orman three singles to give Joe Prek I for' .Stiro
t 2nd; b-Singled foaStephens his third win. TESTERDAT B T f mW1
in 5th: c-Singled for Kuzava in Washington scored all of Its Night Game t oft aoore, fit t a u rner, Ma i i
ith; d-Fied out for Miller in runs in the first inning on five Phila. 010 000 000-1 0 a ted a taere I s I -
7th; e-Snled for Ford in 9th: walks and singles by Jackie Washington 500 010 00x-6 5 1 ly e'that many entrA. "ta h.. ,m 't bel
I-Ran for Martin in 9th. Errors Jensen and Ed Fitzgerald then Fanovich (0-1). Scheib and kIrSign Will start-ati9a.ion hitting t 5mlSii of lisp F- ftr tiW Aadlel,
Bert. RBI-Stephens 2, (Niar- hitpitching of Julio Moreno. gerald. wlsrn coni atthein o thf4 do th o S theo G eeaadlad w 8.. o. P
hos and McDermott scored on e Browns and White Sox t Canpto to n sy about ha p t s
error byMcDougld In 4 battled three hours and 17 m- Boston 210 251 210-14 20 2 totsColet-elhiewi.athed1h:,hidwuON.10
ning), McDermott 2., Piersall 2, utes In another marathon in New York 012 004 012-10 13 l seM ng year. re ater a
Kell 2, Evers 2. Umphlett, (Evers which St. Louis used 23 players. McDermott (4-41, Kinder, The compleLe program: In "adlto n f wi--- *-. "
scored on error by Berra in 7th), Chicago clinched victory with Freeman, Kennedy and Niarhos., win an-"5- ^ "
(Renna scored on "balk" by two runs in the eighth on dou- Blackwell, Gorman, McDonald Maeth andm Diste* .to r wui. Wethper MA b-
Kinder In 9th), Collins, Bauer 2, bles by Nellie Fox and Al Car- (1-2), Kuzava, Miller, Ford and R,.1 n0 0s yards it reirll,_I.
McDougald 2. Martin, Mantle 3. rhAqulI and an Infield single by Berra. .P 100 Ayardsb w fl i.
2B-McDermott, Piersall, Umph- Jim Rivera to give relief special- 100 yrds2 : dfplay
lett. 3-Nlarhos. HR-Pleraall, 18t Lula Aloma his second vic- Chicago 000 400 021-7 3 40 50 eards F a
Mantle. Bacriflce--Bolling. Left tory. St. Louis 010201 100-5 9 0 ,7 40 I400 ardsli a atee ho 1I a
Left :-St. Louis 010 201 1 B0-5 9 o = 1rpa
on Bane-Boston 9. New York 14. 01020101004 3 0or160syardsh .une? Ei1011ghteen hole wt n f,.,'
Bases on Balls-BlackweUl 1, YSTEsTDAY'. STAR: MAX Pprce, Alom (3-2) Donish sooef11 4
Gorman 1, McDonald 1. McIr- Surkent of the Braves who set and Lollar. Trucks. Blyska, S Five men tbam maR ofs or s fired In -or and 9 mln T wAI
mott 4, Kuzava ,2. Miller 1, Kin- a modern major laue record Palge and Mo, Courtney. o a rg follng -
der 4. 80-Gorman 1, McDer- by striking out eifgh Cincin- Courtney. 7 Individual Aggregate of matches 1, b, h fltit. t y .
mott 2, McDonald 1. Ford 1, Kin- nati batters in a row as Mil- Nootherame scheduled and 4. ,adle, better t your e
der 1. Hits off-Blackwell 2 in waukee won two games from No other game scheduled. hrpened up.
1-3 Inning: German 3 In 12-3; the Reds 5-1 and 11-S. M la-thb mallbore rifle tournamenxtl th er, and
McDonald 6 in 2 1-3; Kuzava 4 Cruz the lyonewe have whichh approximates t
in 1-2-3; Miller 2 in 1: Ford 1 In anta 7 Sn t AU. boote who want to o lw thiey sta ck ic B st
2; McDermott 9 in 51-3: Kinder Jetfurterm 11 u or agaot the b the. game should adtt find
4 In 3: Freeman 0 In 1-3; Ken- out. Dft to' tries into the. ek.
nedy 0 in 1-3. Runs and ER- TORRINGTON, Conn. (UP) theB to i arte manager, Balbeam Balboa,
Blackwell 2-2: Gorman 1-1; Mc- First Lieut. Laurence 0. Reichert, The Penitentiary Rebels' or dilor thi th the Club Secretary this wee k end. y .B 'i '
Donald 5-3: KuZmva 3-3; McDer- stationed with the U.S. Air Corps pitcher Ayala allowed three 'r T10f. _
mott 7-4: Miller 2-1; Ford 1-1:; at Ladd Air Force Base, Alaska, scattered hits as the Rebels de- a t Tte 9w
Kinder 3-3. Wild Pitch-McDer- wrote his parents that jet planes feated the Atlantic Blue Jays N P.
mott. Hit By Pitch-Martin by serve a dual purpose. The ex- 13-3 on Sunday. The Blue Jays '
Kinder. Balk-Kinder. WP-Mc- haust from a F-94 jet fighter en- had one each In the second, ajre | wi bea, tm r S
Dermott 44-4). LP-McDonald gine provides heat for hot dog fourth and fifth innings, while ta
(1-2). roasts, he said. the Rebels got nine runs in the l .a b yr'
____third, for their big inning.Inh
For the Rebels, Smith, Khan r
and Ayala led in the batting ..
a "ffcvely with two hits for three trips the 12 I
You C offctvely plate each. Khan had a triple :_
SA and double. For the Blue Jays, VW M
COMBsAT TOOTH DECAY rd spectacu l
out othe box 1n the fourth. II \_,
and the game was finished by
Cabham. Ayala went the route
for the 'winners with Collins
Blue Jays 101 100- 3 2 0 ye
&Rebeso 209 02x-13 12 0 P 4 AND. VENEZ JE.A

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( Thoroe, rf 3 0 0 0 ,-'-.u.,
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Gould, lb 1 1 0 0
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Til 1TAMxg ighteoenth elof a series

Teams W L5 t. u.. Open !Chaimpien
"---- yNI V MI odr-o 1. 400 o/o --o -"
=Cndg Dry 4 0 1.000 Asumiln that the lie Is re-
S4 of th re pecim pa 1 .1 spectable, the tng wjth the
Stics 2 2 wood l about the same as that
j West Bank 1 2 .333 with the driver and brasle.
H Albrook Flyers 1 5 .10i It should be a full swing, eme-
sprcola 0 4 .000 oted with timing and rhythm.
d to -the, OaRemanibg Gams al ft MW any kind of dan average lie, giv-
.. jte 41, Welewwy: il you distance, height Iand
SIVAb eCanada Dry v s erge ri.
S. Thursday: The top of the swing s similar
%r. WO/ OWest Bank vs Optis Soa to That of the swing with the
z d le.t's not Friday: driver. The hands ar held hi
oISer- Special Trsop vOs Spur Cola top and under the shagt
1 f l o er Monday: club is parallel to the
E .remb do,, .ISpeoial Troope w Casada Dry groud. The ball li played off
S- I601 '74W basebl Wednesday: the left heel from approximate.
(tte un e (, ). loner woods
ir bi ooawthre B hue oriday:k ou spuld be cautioned a
S. e o du r it da S p t eX dr, l d r* aan c at Troops ga int scooping 3 wood ,. c
-34" time.e(June 11). spoon, shots. You are
started--Pao9 move into a fairy lofted I
uarkuLEADING S ftrat it as such. lit theba
,i twPhilli's Piked UpW ery AB e. msquarely.Letth. loft of the
Ato a OObaldla (Sd) 8 4 .500 clubhead get the ball in the air.
as Indlstion des ~ tor Ia U .l dE Malcolm (N 11 5 A55 Iftthe He lhsin a divet or othet-
atEtme' e "nyL ff-IwToK'T"gdaleno (O4 dN oneb4withthespoon.
.t ,nbe~a,, P .W. av ne au (CD) 13 5 35 It performs more like iron in
Ita S of"oerOf AT Olt 11 (3 3 375 this Istance. T | 1 hitc
h1 soeA tpEis ir Male (S 11 4 .364 mdre with thet pinching effect
e .,bto- C. roflt (N) 11 4 i .6t we previously men t.fed a .ap-
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)' t M i was libe h.i emao." discount the Pwnh quite n-t- have ft to hit ertIAIA Lake (WN) d3 ,lly Iscompensated forn
It9e oleM hav plyed another "a with a urally regard th1 DqdgeXs uASthe pitebers better"0. Bealey (SP) 9 3 *) ad e roll.
The bug arrives at County dub to beat. Stepen Prinels ONell has Z. Lynch (SP) 9 3 3 Only in the case of a fairly
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in Changuinola who don't apolo- 1 TWENTY-EIGIV PAA L
Idnkl A Bize to the Chir.qui Land Cor-

On uplyng U The flying fellows are spread- W
,P ng the first aerial crop dusting
experiment to be conducted inGa d
Local suppliers are being aski- the Republic of Panama
ed to submit bids on a contract Way things are going. Pana-
to supply 3,570,000 pounds of manaian people are going to get d A Ln-
sugar for the Commissary Divi- more to eat, and Panamanian
ilon of the Panama Canal Co.. fliers are going to have more
which will be one of the largest with which to buy things to eat.
single purchases made by the Though crop dusting and LONDON, May 26 (UP)-Auas- anttoa nd-
Canal organization, spraying ils regular, large scale tralian troops distinctieve le in ttaell. t i..
Blds will be received until 3 farming practice in the United alouch-brimmed digger's hat th e alr edy Gs a
n. June 10 when they will States and elsewhere, the Chan- and battle khaki, took over the hm ac rbsMmtea enter a t
be opened in the office of the guinola experiment marks the guard from the resplendent A eh enw lomthey eat e d ro L
General Manager of the Con- introduction of flying farming renadlers at Bucklngham Pal- O the greatest, emot prime' s
amssary Division at Mount Hope. to Panama. ace today for one day's honor aen most moving speao- dorsa p a m
The sugar, a six-month sup- Leading Panamanian farmers, duty.e .ay onArth. The r t,,
ply for the Commissary Dlvi- having long read of the efficacy With the Coronation exactly s rl t al a
sion, is to be delivered start- of crop dusting in other coun- 1 one week awar the tempo of l w e So ni
ig about the first of July with tries, are showing all sorts of excitement was mounting as Eli- tohP 't"aylor, leatOWi M
the deliveries scheduled to ex- interest in taking advantage of zabeteh madeano there gvigaslt to Al rfTayore .p y0k 1 a s and ?
tend over the six-month per- this modern-age farming tech- W estminster Abbey, elegr t it- "oAn uteuxeml p"is s
Sniaue now it is available to them tie pages practiced their coroQn- M.-e
The last large contract for in Panam. et-carrying and the Aunsies took I dey Hott trs
local sugar, which amounted to A demonstration, to which the place of honor to the ap- ,"ATUIA 3.
about $190,000, was awarded Panamvt's biggest farmers will clause of 10,000 In.bright sun-. M
last January to Cia. Azucarera be invited. is likely to be held Thkushine. had retu from
La Eattella, S. A. of Panama. i the Interior in the not-too- The Queen had returned frPom i .
'lhat contract called for 3,060,- distant future. a final weekend's relagation at no. t
00 pounds. As an example of the capabilt- Windsor shortly before midnight waAng 6A!flZ
s ties of these crop-dusting pilots, a nd sh r e was in the f when m moon iada *sn
andHsheuw ae in thst.alaceswhen t.raoon.
with their tough. tireless little the 54 specially-pl e Austra- I i on he
PCOfer Lot o b lanes Harold Parkhur dst and h ans marched proud Into the Dr. Benjamin A8 0-yard.
Robert Hughes in one dpr a last forecourt while the Grenadier Four Agronomist hasd i,,Vi
Ofea rat I week spread 36,000 pounds of band played "Wailtalag dlMai" d reJonama to take icharasof db h e __e .K H
u on, DDT powder over 1200 acres of Parction of te Servical day te ot,
It bananas in Chane uieond da y Te entrusting of the high amerlcano de Cooperaoe s,, 1, a n l our -
St l ForSaleth on oe d t ha er of guarding the Queed cola in Panama (SICAP .
sON SU 0-- o, had.een wo rkin th ere.Bd1efa Awill
r The Chiriqud L wand Compan t to the men from "ewa -Un- Di rec tolr -froSI.thD.&i
SThe Ch rqut i Land Compang y te der', was symbolic of the aty Ai Director of SICAP, Dr. WBird- the a
A miscellaneous lot of about is running this experiment with of th Commonwealth:der sal will have the
1,200 tons of unclassified scrap the aim of controlling a soecies th e brown, and the u nSI.t el of tll Po it huer, "
iron and teel is being offered for of plant lice known as thrilps, the Grenadilers the suirt of Of e on Pointdee Ao Ptd .
gae b the Panama Cana Co. which pparentlv does bananas th e Grenadiers in. IC P prtrams delviaoped B
Bids will be accepted up to 10:- little, if any good. How could it, lot tunics and bears mge SI Is l- others on tho a a
ith Ark thrionl way brought a swase oof lUmed about three mraitha s
30 a.m. June 5 by the superin- with a name like thrips emotion to the crow.s assist the Ministry of A ictu

One pile of 400 toans is at swam be send Stateside for laboratory its run across a Chiriqul Land Company plantation, burgh and drove to Westminster tr y o
side of track 12 tothorsth end ns tion. who loe Abbey where some 2,000 Speople andr ent Wtd
oe fc orhe I he laboratory report is en- of who s an entomologist close- uinola experiment are from the cheered and waved. they cent.,02 the
of the yard. Another lot of 800 titled Goodabye Mr. Thrip. the l" linked with the experiment, United Fruit Co.'s research and earlier today 40 pages, rothe ai Drwa re vast m
tons is directly behind the new sral dusting and spraying then whip back the airfield experimental staon at L Lima, ranng between 1 ad 1
shear at the north en d of th e eique may well be espoused for another load Hn e oduig aas. ears in the Abbey their
ard between track 11 and the s by the Chiriaou Land Comranv, ParkIhurt and Hughes, both Also interested in the work r kof canrd the coronet tie r
sed track and by the United Fruit Comf Americans, came down with are some large-scale farmers the peers in the.M sal
central Amer- planes from Nicargagua, from the Chiriqul dlt t. d ceslion. They included a g -o-l- t .ii
he ahe theho where they recently had imen the United States r ho n Churaeill, tua eaDa .t
Ionijured ent. do If a Pna anian ro dust- doing work of a kindred nature. group in Panme. as well as the a. L
CI Stw Alive Ine outfit, with Panamanian ll- Now they have been joined by Agricultural Msi.aon. hig Wl a tn will bey e W .0
Slots and servicing teams, can a third plane-also down from Among the other Ptmuma- to .ighal of the ,' usculae -n
e take the eld when that time Nicanragua-and by two Pana- nan-raed crope which could V-ed-t Portal, Who cral R l
S TOrs OrV es the aviation as a m reer nan pilots who are learning well be improved or protected bears the sceptre with the ers. a s director o g
for Panamanians will be well out what i-for Panam- new from tural diseases by erial ent hli' come at W AR la Mrif a'u
n Army c al, who was of the slight slump in whlch it application of the art of lying, spraying operations are cane, the crowning wheoA according wnas reponsi of
ou injured n an automo has dwelt du rent years. The aviation ide of the Can- coffee, rn, beans, nuts, to th ee, "the princes and constructing d
bile.acd ient last week, wa still In which od ortungitie have g ulola experiment has been or- soya, all cereal grans, potatoes prince the peers and eer the comaie pth.e .
ble>.. aacciden lastwoe w stil n wfhaiaen ipandui cust-e s he rga anized largely by Col. John C. and many other vegetable es.m. abs ate on tir r- tle gove ments o the
However. t lAl Ortiz Rivera is Already those charged with verse experience of the uses and can, with equal ease, spray or pai inust have them has. aratego and coAmp
ot the seriously ill list, suffer- encouraging n d xandinR opportunities for light plane fly- dust for health purposes, to kill today wa Mehd.the crops and he e
Sfrom a possible fractured Panam's aviation industry are ing in Latin America. the breeding areas and concen- reaeml u the clmsot programs for Te area were
froman \cible fracturedmeaas or action s nust rey a nr iahounl thel Cho rolae tri n s ofwfllb eimp rovdostect and r he g wivth-theek. 'ty d.t *
sull. Authorities said it was un- seeing results for their effort. Should the Ch lnola ex- tral s of f mosuoes and of the r esice the m a nd pha esled.
tiafl for a person with his in- as increasing use is begin made eriment blossom into some- other tIsectar when th Araehbisahp Oa "
Juries to hold his own and re- of the extensive network of light thin new and big for Pana- te ry e St. s Dr. irdall was born in 8tur
inawiweafrline s lopr int hr h mania aviation and tprminr- tosrecantees, in the-so th- ren wher hed sa geon Bay, Wiabnsfand i
main alive, airlines operating throughout as well' it might-the lead will the Uplted.Ittes, slowly e it. 'EkeDueahe graduate of the Uni o
He was injured when his 1950 the ountury.nty be tak by AviaTn General, nof thousands of acres aof Nri again saettd as Wivonsin, where he recep
Pontiac went down a s0-foot T1I h advent of substantial crop S.A.-e(xeinA), the Panamanian sa, _be elered of mesquite.a pse, the p eerth. D., s pnIjits
embankment and turned over in dustin and fertilizin oeraeaanesec
a drainage ditch off Bruja Road tions on the country's f ar ms i hch eads the field sa us arbbery and sma a. most recent pubca
OrtRiveraisplane airline bus- trees b erial spraying with ap- A a stream of tourists his reports of the "Ari
the 5th Engineer Fire still-firmer footing, and provide ne. its st Amerean elebr- station in
fttheingf -encuaniansoppornititshorrlno-efu so rh t purpties into London fos.,'""rMar dbaa n g
Fighting Platoon at Fort Kobbe. n n P ar n men pretty el committed to even dense r forest bein the cone" dum
om_ apossiblefract pred turna'i aaniatiesinone ofth aenworld'
newest bigtlime industries. teor s insular shed duled operations i off by satype of enzyme The d uoen Ellembeth on surveys and r p
,Idofthtcieoitersbsare n d oi e
tfpns, thvh same planes. ladtneior, and it. bush flying work Ta vo msh jusooe ev an day on Va.h- day of the He is m.rr.ed,
t iswith different fertilizers, insee- i M all around antiago de Ver- ear e Amec
mpidlv cover vast territories of I ithopes to train more lo- r ra' n- Tammod-aui ls of the lor o- .aon for Advacement
normal farm land which would cal pilots and ~o acquire air- .at Tourhats$mm d- es alike oo and to e Ad mentor
a take many men many days to crzat with which these pilots gu it mtore mod-
mi avm Icover on foot. cnrntly ament the natu e ,oS, U S
The planes doing te ot r ai their own country- a .Oare corn- theUPIel
Changuinola are something like Lidm. mght-they woulead wall wa-s 1mg bI' ayn. id

tractor, and do much the same Ceitbal Amriea, and the n ra FoodSnit"tO f Eedntbi 0
ob, eno northern rtron of South Amer- h '.of- fI)oftrIs h
a Ittakes ee moro tha m artt well untouch- a ltthe Me'u PhD.howeossa i t&
about fidrve minutes for t ead tltC Pso far as crop dlpust-usW a dn a .m c bit
rnola eairplort drop theing r lad lpo Ag o soes e rat obeuvitsh reporters o f!-.
cross the baantations along a line Mo stsof tae expert observers ate ecall
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