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


Subjects / Keywords:
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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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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procession were limp, the streets
were Ulttered with debris and 233
persona were in hospitals from
Coronation Day aeidents.
But for Elizabeth It was just
the beginning.
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go to the Derby to see her own
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Over 1,700 Panam6 Canal employes stemd rea*
resign their jobs if the Senate posses on legislation toa<
their differential to 10 per cent and take away stl
benefits, it was believed today. "
Besides the 700 employes who have already qig
petitions to that effect, pbout 1,000 more me tho 4 i.
to be holding back resignations pending SeOte actioit.-
The approximate figure of 1,000 wps errived41
through estimates of several prominent figures in Camd
Zone communities. One of them pointed out that maAy
employes were, not asked to sign the "quit" petition
whick they woaid not have seen unless tHey happened te
go ffre ConpnViery.
He add t t he believed may /more would sigh
right no f tables were Iset up at e post offices or
adm Atn ~buildhmg. ,
repre- Ru Lovelady, outgsId
Citl- of the U8CA sad
S3.ti 'Ith the Governor,
jMe petitions
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as light hs he ad not mmo d overflowed nto e n "mighterday' elections.
..throuth yesterday's ex- thean.7 atons" now be-
'Hatn ceremony. Hundreds of thousands of cel.- i nn= tr management and -
Then, wearing a powder blue ebrators packed the Thames em- employee Moups. W m n
coat and a close-fitting hat of bankmept to watch a fireworks Some labor offleals who met
the sa.t e color, the Queen started display that cost an estimated with the Governor yesterday aft- H r
out to tour northeast London. $45,000. ernoon were in agreement with glil n
SIn succeeding days, she will Celebrities danced until 4:30 bhls suggestion. Generally. how-
tour the other three corners of a.m. S a gala "Elstabethan fan- ever. delegates of the USCA stWl l
her sprawling capital to let as tasy" ball. felt Mrs. Rennil should use the
many people as possible 4ee her. petltionq "in whatever way she
She had gone down the Mall, saw fit." An American pedestrian wb
pas t cheering lines of people, to DQ O LIONS ClUb Some of the delegates, who qald was hit by a car yeaterdif
receive the homage of the wait- today they have attended all of in front of the Balboa FM
lng mayor of Westminster To Hold Dance the citizens' Proup meetings. re- Office was released from 0Or*
central London when the marked that last pight there was gas hospital after X-raell
crowd stopped her cr. At Legion Home complete inltv in thought and aiowed he suffered only a OtS
In northeab QLondon. despite .. in action" and termed it the "best" knee ligament.
the ra streets de ated The albo Lions Club wllmeeting they have ever seen. The injured man, Wlufrb
fesive flowers, and the cheers hold a dance, their first pub- The group elected a new prs- Morris, 57, of Balboa was I
S-Nffetiv' m ran fervently as those at u actIvity, on June 12 at Ident, Mrs. Frances LnWtore, the center of the crosswalk
THE SHINING FAC A s- As the ttUme1e1 agree he t yesterday, the American Legion Home at a Canal pilot's wife who left between the clubhouse and t
curb space-in Loudon s Trafalgr Th' e great day 'Iqthe Corona- Ft. Amadot. on the same plane this maI post office when he was stru
crowds who owa to w it ot aovke with many a ro the dance will whichtook ad knocked down b ae
p az~nes, many ai.. IProod PO the dance will and the Geveru' to W hnlg- d.'rfven by Jalme R. Corrtl.
A0go .to furnish a pectcles for ton. Mrs. L ore was at 22-year-old Panamanian steal
S children of the Cal Zone. on behalf of the Canal" P"t't ship agent.
AIn S e e-t survey made by Assoclation. According to police,
the bl O'As Club it was reveal- James cole was elected first mnnary investigation sho
Sd that them are'many parents vice-presldent, Bhner Powell see- "the cause of the accident w .
Sa who lack money for proper eve ond vice-president, Mrs. Carol the driver's failure to pyie
care igd glasses for their chil- Rigby. recording secretary, Sher- right of way to a pedestriaM
dren.. man Brooks, financial siretary in a marked crosswalk."
L and Frank Moumblow, treurer. The accident occurred at 7:30
I(9 g In eonf ormity with the or- Trustees are: Herbert n .- m. Police said a heavy rain
SantattionVs slogan "We are gelke, Sam Roe, Jr., Oart ew-was falling at the time. mak-
S' the- yes of the blind,"'the hard, R. W. Coy and Me in vibility poor. Howev
l l Chapter is sponsoring the Brandl Charles De TOMS. was pice skid Morris had aitheky
IDITOR'S N97 -Fromh 112h 7 a.m. Now the abbey haslsat of 4ll the crown. shimmer- kff&. named ergeant-at-Ar hold reached the center of the croW
above the s come to life. It Is a queWt Mingkw and sparkling under the DOW priss will be given at Officers are ecbld w alk when. struck down.
star ab be., but it is a mns'a L* g1hts as it is borne I state toh d-oe ." which starts at office until Nov. 5. uthr- walk whnvesti sgaton l con.
tor of re she comes, as the te west, door. 7:40. cost M1 a person rs. Re ole als a ve a n i on
delcbes the- teelafK i t t of Hr MJesty MOve a- M Mi aM m Cheers outside ct-1apro- $7t.0o e rod-ia
Briton I thUes ae tionU l r a a ftL Ak6 up the abbey herald the arrival of inafare amounted. er ro nd-
hours leadI tq the o tekom-dtkns. the princes and princesses of p ane n o 110
Uoa orf his eet. The color bulis upjthe royal blood. They enter for and $ wahhn .ano frax
like a symphony. their ceremonial progress to the A pe se e in lastnight one
y There s the slow rtul of th royal box 10 minutes late. It. At the meeting last nig one
BMr Is the sa rtathe first delay In the program of delete In strintheide a
WBIYNLT, ABBMIT, June choir, in their red *urplices, 16:35 am.-The oran sk of withhold l the informal
3 (UP) Que lis.abeth spent moving across the abbey wit, a louder and more triumph ant on the peti ons, pointe, ot
f r of the moat sRted horn hands clasped before them. note, an4 the 7,500 spect that en. Joseph R .
other life in Wnetm ter Ab- turni in stately motion two by rise u Princess Margaret and mig-ht press for anIn M. a
bey yesterday. two to bow to the high tfIat. her mother, Queen .h fl of the oinm e ln-
When she rode out of Buck- Then come the younger nem pass up the nave. chairman of thg subversive i-
fhtbam Palace in hr 'golden bers of the choir, with white Margaret leads the proce ties might t a' thm d
oGth on her way to the abbey, smocks and.ruffiid ollars. sion. In the great church would bearwinvls-
he was starting a journey that And the Wstinalnder School the banked iVers of resplendeu strike heonre wo
was to take h-r nearly hal]W of choirbo, with th black and y dressed men and wome era, elevate (t
her waking white rotes an&t11iNbows of a either side, she looks B 'Gnrl Mly meia& sholdaS1er
t long bore she t d by noe age at the a n ever. Mrs. R me s i present t-
d from hr oea b the abbey then come o of the i t d
hadbecome ilv wipa ane- crown with black velvet coats er gown a-t of heavy WUitme a the ie
d i own. and k4es breaches and delicate silk. brocade, set with seins.
Sa itmof the lace Jacets. She wea O'a diamond tiara
The rcemorili of the tin of royal purple 11 Old Tcket Found
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W ces*M4 .and amb asa t pagr S g tarry t, umDr- D. Nathan Marsh ed today the discovery that he's -an e, edteriltbof OR
d rols d world ii and o ttM r been named Pre- been a rich man for more than m i Amirles, leaves the
too. V: L. t. 1111intlathe~or 61 airvard University in a nmoth knowing it. m s tod y t take S
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HE PANAMA AMERICAN Political Pledges '
Nin 40Uass'I 1 u I10 U ND Nv MNI PANAMA AMERICAN "/i IN"". Poi '
9 1 gnsu @ P 03 9 194 PANAMA. DiffOerPe
Tr@LWP.qI PA'.4WE NJO 0740 0LINSIf
CA ADm NAMERICAN. Ps Are Different
pFgiogi e 11s pl ravivDr e OPOSiA POWERSA INCli
s-romOthd s- "- .iFrom Other Kinds .

cOP NS I P Oquite of the same order.BUE '
BTk, et e is n e.p for soP ay BRUCE 3OSS AT h Drew Peanopd Soys Memo to S"n. rthplr'wo'i

THIr IS 1YOUR UM TI nADt OWN M it goes without saying that prob e al ai to Red hn, che o f of
r I A A II damentalof any rnral Asin Italy; Sin. **tt' -ft
v 'A IL A Buteee polit-c'a'l Bno coming polfticroe
er o lon htquite of the same order. WA4d6 ITALI0I O

Bunment.nat plias rtical igo rre ot
That doesn't mean they -r V % i .the Sommercent p.

The Moil Rex Is n open forumnp for read of The Penam AmTr- made to be ro ken, or that e ll d nn t e an sK
kan. Letters oe received great efeully and ae bandiedna wh0 i- ma h suggests e tl aouldnt o look uch o san yMs

ode_ a oamanner. o1 ns displaying anything bu ntIo atdasTeUrtesoChekoandtEi
ifeyoseotributea a lott don't e bimpatet it'doWt appear the wholly admirable spirit. ny IHal anah MaLo rfh

next oTHREE-PRONGED e plihSEEed the order received. eTr o 1 ene re thatfvta
se try to keep the letvo ter in your state to onmy remarks will proength. r ebably pains. L uar cote o i n t a up Ol '
Identity 0e letter waerit hold in m trictest confidence. cial. For one thing, tbe y ae- 14nr ihiits trat tegi atine o r n he*

ouhave d Ino wetght; howeva oer, I t mae aew noes ust as if Seconl, political promes m e not thave remain tere
obrelfeot the high emnutlosl odno dmerce8e" r*IsIyued an e S I f

paina taa sente to 1rmes, o

I were a voter, along with paying taxes to the United States gov- more often than not are made
ernment. se sd a e ds a In at least partial ignorance of ua ITAUAN OM St -
One of you comtriots, n the ou the facts of government, whenr
that we wer be, ith he te e being given a cut n pay, along with higher rents, they come from the "outso thae
and loss of fringe benefits because 'we have been having It too is easy to make sweeping state- hep AroRome tomatthe l a th ato epo
good.' For a man who recently voted himself a $10,000 salary In-I ments whden you don't know __ mndt fou a hea i i ae
crease, this is not exactly a commendable attitude. We are n the the complicating details. ny tll Mr Lue reor are food th
center of three pronged attack; the State Department, the Thirdly, such promises a r e any Ialian, Mr Luce eport, arel
General Accounting boys who are trying to justify their recent made In a particular context Russian peace drive With.tha sutI that fremier ii de o-

visitetu tth erCn alr ZontlteadIho huh rpn reasle ot o
isit to the Canal Zone, aknd the present administration busily of events and ooditions, yet '" n m poyes pro-Aorican threhfa n r a r an pr
engaged in'whatdRepublican administration have always been that contexmybvsy walou e&Tat W a rli Pesltwernolf
noted for; ie, slashing federal employes without regard to the tered by the time the win- 3rt hi flU A, et e w e l r da ~i n g g ad not w e them
merits of each particular situation, ning politicians are installed in of g g a neH baB hr m o r ro. fran t e nold d, ar; at ot mo, o ea vetthn v er
I have no personal Information concerning Communists nor power and have a chance to Ilk 4t8 pfarom.pfreada, anw fEK o4urd taore, pu e oapttoerat..
would I know one if I saw one, but in all the press news of re- carry out the pledges. In other r -ermont Poa-A ganda. Antif el r I w t he o lne ot a t
cent dates, w e havebeen told they function in a great respect wors, the promise may be i t d an
Comminlsm.Next month 0gote
by infiltrating a country and sowing seeds of dissension and caug- outdated by events. Ital oAbe T m a l v W
tng unrest among the working people. If that is i n truth their o d n r o"eIn an atodapt ,to counter Communism, ,i-drew N. Farnuwe,
routine, someone has certinly saved them the effort in this Forallthesereonscam- snia of
area, which is supposed to be a ital defense area, for the local palgn promises simply cannot ____- ,___r________r......_d_______._____-___" dapnty attoanht.go i i ltofdPennsylvania. wr t hon committee of
Americans have nothing left In the way or morale, nor do they be taken as solemn obligea-1n t eenr iflyt to Ittly today to .tart.conuti Ac 88
any longer believe any of the handouts, either from the t s. I the nature of thi rngs, inSly e the
r e1 bsMQonYtour iis 3op' Town was raisedtU a
propaganda magazine o her lanmth ei labor ]ep ders who are busy mons pInthe pna aure iokl t one Me r c ohlt ate an i I'rtA h fl I ne oneyt thebe'slaudh niceta frmr kn to afw v ars bW leI the d ,Alasl., nd -
Ing no doubt been briefed on which tactics to employ., b et r "e-pr o ions. P
During the days of General Goethals, the management of UorA "ms-promlse.." The Ameraln cow mitte will tay in Ital unti ei day
teP resident Franklin. D.B and oduld be a healthy f cor inhelpling s mat e Itan
the Canal Zone was widely known as a 'benevolent ,despotism.' andByihoul be aOB h l factor,.. helping i
he word benevolent' ha.s recently been removed, and in cse velt, for instance, laid outW t y id -

have o nthe sawyerstre on ly but becusethey fart comst very seic program m for A thW cy ton live.rta o e
you haven't recently read your American history books, thec irst ver npe i firs t triumph- he A LT* A n. "

Amri littlt riot ta av o rd. their cnt ia hit firot tr iumph-ai

Ah a r anmerian itien a satagedsh, a o t oi c ae sdhd the e ant camai gn of e193. t e ta on rm clouds over the fa ay ea i
particular brand of taxation hout represettidedhar onomie Oh, not to be in England, nqw the coronation' s If u hire somebody to hit yotemen the hea d, ac r
'despotism' of that day, scflytually-noneof the pledge lsI there. An d eve rybody' sin everyto_ ee's y ste o. our feet, feed yo .-tof witho _,elr d political doana than re ent A Texas r1 *tra o .

nsoealtl p i opef, annot love the good a hen e s o That wbd ie warning given Pre silent sen ower rece tl
esice.Nousen o Mc r n C .t w e.e p ick e fup m e rict.she [ t boulfild t I n a e whate n the a rm iby -Ben. rie I oa e Wheatn of ntebraskon e eof the lpew te wo l
-"mpycan rNew events Great but I anm glad I'fn somepl are ele. oop, that i e anet ti ver mtne l baee o-ae ano n whiter apout. -
THaO M- prcsimon, a close Democratic You are looking at a b a ho had two place Naever daid I really under tand what peopl get turned dbW an offers of evl, t t e ph. m th fa im e
Sir:h lTHE VOICE OF MCCARTHY I ak t government for the first to stay (for free) in the fine Cit of London, and out ofgoimnl to these bg cat fights mal s It B ue a the onoa oonen wr ogric m touae.
For tenmonths Bily Brown, 17-year-old High School Senior, i n 12 years. and other who has eschewed, which elta givelup, the a weird.ot of snob ratf .t o They ad onri t te rea pti a the tfa ers oar dn'y bl ulae tfe gt
has been tellg the world about the homely happeingso i, factors took Mr Rooevelt rivlege o attendance. hnhan de my sub-4 the I Uet, and they oe .bome to te lthe ea s Ienot caugti oned eat on, Wa ettie t be T.

hoe tencgth e Storl eotstheon the Voieonfng mri down totally different pat. way ams at home, and Ift ItAIstrampling-Ine& Vlhborh wvd and that England th edo er little rd.5 per cent tmeaneo the. w-
Io fta esi c ta le o ar os e i n t thato e on n r Ioe t. a h omn t en veawm t,
town. No boasting; no prop Oganda; just simple facts. te v others do not a worryut oofgTissr aldedun an cy u fbolri ttltouaee tagece'&a n tr se twrnerjiepsCot tiaa s

irs u eiscal P a-rr e s ofn hfl and b oer. he sona an th prea
oBilly's En lish boadnrsts were picked up by the British much about what the cam ro ol n iao. a that t ul roa e. t af

Ahoc Nthell hsmalme aoIns D d ne Call(. .t ta tntt fite ttr l s wta n tlc fol. t,
SVoti Com an ustralian stations and other. An- paigners a. e o c .whether Woh o n d a t dars en w ee l ito" bun th ha hw AOn., e
Brooadc ab ingtceh hmnyA rInai a suuri rco tto demna l

aeAot Derby or an piaeuguratkun orag prthe ng colue, Lo tnwJo_ .....
can soldiers in re ta listened to f Monday night ch l an mi ly' hey are more intea rested In ene ro a tnon e en.ou in, aled Q ~Laab Le eonJhin t er.un
talks were broadca.t in otler lan ages is far afield aso Phistan.y o. 7za y ieumael II- e te ni_ bof .ialeb nthetr,.andust th e re ver bSi en tit' not littlelpigs, but butter that'sRe

erNow the new ot oitag orfthe e. after the McCarns y Ig ei their, opinion-e. fits the nhe e i. te teCota enatateso .ncis o y t nel NO niew .per y gu o man au farmers know re ioWvr.N, but fe t I~a
tue. afnounce taetiale is broadc asw asts e nl re to be discon-e s o he f e.hou r. That Is the aior t, o n tow .e t pe i er oy tha' al ol n o -ait o hAre r eall c tath. no .gn~1an tete

otinued.e puogw adilfnuisatiobr e v e ehd wheinos t note os Ime theortn ta eyenh rr eaAl ll e ton lthe a*le ma no. tl ir, te s
hN obelo V o rf A rd to? Ar~h sh tuhay aassr re rca n pe at Sh i cs l~n l welayre hane fw doowr o .vt a s 1teo n orp s o edt l -
s ot and TtrIes C Sorut ad esrsound Sne n Some Republicmrans todasi.y are or a entucky Derby. o tved, and that s va under. erli eNa,,
havoe gotran Idn'ta er:o e otin e ,but because rtey ha. IuenL i .hi, r clns A vreren g timea I veup w at'hey ylu white lt Buonnlio a tle t rh te o i r value ofthewe cro

underhaps cuttind there off so e n.ew on wh ioaharna tetreneed. eneAverylongtimeaatupcallwh-teflatbutfor onhwerer.ew cfroor at rthewort a
baoe ato o oL, ucceeul. BoE Av g r i th psrte Pole t the 'ri o irtn d he wdor rear tn, i ots e
Sor bl tt ccar Wht dolstthe'ftunn e of l ge ou 0a e u n- onvno fra e Inwmost: dow'have a tubm an to e mv-.
rng'eens tnhin A0 4curee n ba ound hi t dsut ne a nn
ie Abuteeira pt lmer's sdl, he T t afTG for d to pay perht isora ee impredt n thof e he thesi nin u art
AEsW LS NBfortA TRet' tinant peoe ikte Armia e no along r sueer.1hewod mrel tonoand cped. cown abatut ifsl oruo.on
ar we hNo th Zor lea ver e ipe sario e T is hiod .Tued ok. the a t Pmi- "' oi e e to n OWof ibi iake Yd nua au
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sonio tr u rd wp t el We whr o O h beens. eter M o
Woundocnteepople lik e Br lyw areno loerithen voesorvice oantol ele.rnmeste ledhat a ne ill ter efvierdy waskin hln Ihet to neei h and1a rto crn

wheAe hmowlo "enarta ton M cathous ths oasie ou t Amere th t.ho. d a e T the tii al .ro diae t hlre win I rsf be r whtoo .e m n itoi
new Voice of Amcera no lone speaks to Latinc g tAmerica te rIan Span- that t. Esenhowe 4 te cth r1 p-d .lB a ol out' h n p l gs lo on t
osh and Portg ouese, and I am soriv. A personal surve of the promised these la VAgoalsbt yhanyat an Bve rio ber agbg wa u Lt e znn. 3g to ta n
Pferhtaptre a cot offhm is e ornew WarnsIo wey fo hflpa y not ke rnge. Hh ad caan ace ue r the or "0* 1 a t .. b. e- in o t* iti re i in fS a a
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rtha re a eo or The obi tdvhem f ae s ater p en rm what Wold R is
who cat himsel y r t-Arat e a bottol
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Nowed~~~epbia defendar thet ct r Evnou hn, a ren iho fo itno His s r. W U. es o e ac t a is ton beb fou beon tn hesea liit ..|
ain ve htheZ onvthe r eah aday bat save h ee jude daby pat dy o the hs en ws g tf tha je. to develop Ierntittle n ,
f ourofut the suambe. a on th seor vinee e wontasce v eople -aswi is, prty-eomen wowred aircraft otmin. in spite o fe by he bo they woulreimbunae him.est, ht whyn her y~ung ator from Texs 1 SSSrl so
tfer Aia $our d e fer n't ries t oak awy a9 nd the usr n raishte h he fce upway the w or d tha i*Ie m howouw Iso ppe ler mjit Th^L 's why t2en ^arwsrCali fortniaf r eins hav "boute; 1 i 4
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-nothere ato lake forwr u sto hous e thae wtoe bI mf ore their 4tn red d aosct year we h L oeca nomi anvei, rnt emloy wLhiow come? be world eTe 1952elT t o ularl) Th hestt
eas a g ee and thed eri o e sr o utatnd fly- arn da cou ntryt hne histae ob t nh fighting f ttne s 2lr i I A roa2..
Ofis core tadewont hve totayk iS5n tree.ep n--E-Ut i resileou ar oy .Stan m sf oilist h besnutn _peyondtea_
We In the_______ Znl epow ld ha b..^ g ^ t S I thse th er e c wVl a s b U _ABA-` by_ before theys Would reimbur e

undeorstad there are so mesn thosofrnewserwhvichepeoplewarntfose10repeople-aswils pt onaer ruo wht ereen gaeia orLL oeeah nrspad I n htl h eouined
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N wsn' that lovely rendt reakfiendsfhow yao nd wada Intae heindsn iato ni on wht a onfam, a g n ain ent..t bce focm w to kni cwn-
ound ofN T coffeeopoed-t doun of butr Ho butto i ltths Dotens yIou tneer to.m .nt e'poye who is.e in on q Fao eyeaWparul th nSuflrl eNo r fa -
sae weeToopropoforwardoton..dr uethatis$ uilt moeta the a hsoit s" a at a nf re po a. m. -T
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lettding n thei u eliect sualne.kin Dos.' o haingswe bthinkth pea raopsunthduya it therLT ofeadv ,ofan Oe 'v.Tcfd oatme fo mw Ikor aste Wrd( Rie
ae' hevend fightrVartafaoerting thiswags Tey ar ingl a. .

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"I sh T T don't Wow." rp he secre- ar
he is exhalin tary.01edidn write this 'statement." Faetcrre-
Srandar's trunk oT at 19. IO WO WAAS inrivers
was full of lunk y h ldt lt D. ser the first 43Believed
and cluttereo ao the attica h1IM
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i -- p"rtment leaders that the "
a te ef p t sl thte combat strength m' f a".
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liovi Sttevens then disclosed that wIe. Wool an -
nat appm Army had spent about $16.- to 1 6
te. .m000,000 on Koresh oper on 0
In e the war started InJ une.o wL a P

"aoo putmm mpasize Bth be Mumma1
.In t gs Sele of *gt sep n by th Air Peers,
caadeso Ina see m5 y Aemen f e ta arneCrps, Cle of Fttakes a loa-
defense He'sald the Army'sAfscial 1954Ing m ou direction,
H B while the mill- budget is based on the aosump-rd bIn tob a h urry
w l not provide an tfon that fighting wi conse nu e a m. 1 yo u : L I e .ase sNEWSlc ON THE lRUN-In the event of any emergency, the Lond Time s

t today; t w-.s^1*$ to n MPad, t he trick itsonday ng nM A
Srto rtet this at about the pre sea. ewpaper without iterruptio. The van, top, carry a complete printing plant. ncludn
all the momen- He added that this does.-tot nI y if ou ref It the rotary pess that can print an eight-page edition at the rate of 12,000 copies an hour.
hic htconstitute"policy'decision by i. POrtt thing photo shows the pre completely set up. The Job required two hours work by ai-man ea
tope ri a racne ministration that the W is tlook heads ad make your -
Ita dt .R efor areast"t adeeilalq bqfoze the plyIS asic-
e aprow t- will continue on a "stalemate" SPILLS al
slelewith the Jmenane 3 Bra at s. tuaf ozo1 roaq hand
of our economic .. Gen. ,. Laton Co,,lli out- Show nro. forg
Toe going ftchief of sta-fT, a-
y ear ty obertt B. An- 12reed rmy budget involves Wa Iopelled 1 there eof BARAINS don' I iss be A
s Mdayations." But he applauded as IMner'slht ove 3 my won Wn Side Fourth
Te wo ratft on -K.r tatie." Beut 12 ilgtdreti. "A whe ,ldd Blahon de MadhS choose from our fabulous
trv Harto ld el a ste o.po in t oh e larer imm latelwflnu the Cal
c later today that he coats in the military budget, een.Uof h1 C = anti- Fo .
S w9ud aou t a ro- Colins held out hope that .de. .td tis as oso as hecov ioru o al
as $ ,00 "few it any "enemy pane willN to o. AN'S ACK Wia a a4 ien dm~ l a' trmp hold- Arrangements for the Fourth
ant year. e able to bresk t our rouahtar,. time in 27 yes., postamt a of 1he was a to play a lowof July celebration on the At-
e.denberg, re- oeir deen e enough h~,. ~.o,. e .. he. l V o be, heart ery casually. lantic side of the Isthmus will
pgv ce chief of ff "Mks"guieaded m as are a- a spin..bendang "e1d of mafl. SfWd postaa-N ilpaly South shoui have cashed be discussed at a meeting to be
ld uA d to tity today vailabte forap with Air Force smartene up.. oiummy's re niA top sp de hel dat 7:30 Monday night
m 6.,lDto the on A&tey tora and other- anti ..,b., t Droceewr to. be In posi- at the Margarita -ymnsium

A rernotllon st Ihe u ire i ^__', l^ ;O r ls A "'.. 200; uffE but th e7
,, .ohr e re l" prmZ,,?. 1,, g roell ol h iabal Th coes wThemti ended n. w ll-b.tat onde

d1h,0 hoaig E nh 6.a h -
told a repotr he '04d ammutl ttoekr It the h we r Re d O P eclarer oue by those whoare asung
doubted Bwhether the Air WMc6 J ar 19 -ar -larger themh they t A leant one Jnuly cbrationthe aourth of Margari
could qm sall the funds re- have ever bee and that re- E II itcbd s trric eational-bstaclandonb Army
elo by.for.h. t Pr.oded so#Ve stoc_)to In ropP96-atd this ford switCh,.I to clubs and l- h Rderational Association, Army
tr are being ded A allowed the td trick and Navy representatives, nd
aplne netde armed services subnam- .with the queen of club&the V. F. W. Members of these

%ard esRM that S8 tente s Ar win l be sp Sedo an the nhvthe to
br 9 ale td o e Pen- nttee recently Oarg d that wirenpelally hr ted tor bic g e o
usm by Tlbott and Defens 19orefn shell shortages 0sused. a Dedia =' bremain- pat SPILnLgS

i"tclub, thedstenedhbb ourIsewelcome.
Seretar Charles Wiloon for needless loss of U. .- l and e aa lowed w
a? epleo the admints Reported that seven AM In-P to win e kt Bala with the art jNAV
odr stallation t will b e l d ove r davrNGTON, :uue 3 fP)- Brownell willsitAt ennd of ntsltrTckt ul sa frleb orthe r Ar
aftr that rowill be on- the next 12 months. He said Predent Elsenhower ak his- the desh. e a oghuch at a I apade torlbid out the of ueday. h mcketa s will coat
j cc. cutbacks, in trans rts studies are undeway to decide tory tonight wh" he Pao onhis d*ln= tln other enr ws to e th\estonin'u
Snon-combat orn hstationsObesh ws w a es.dd per family, regardless of'
noin eat bt Army Other w ..- ,. .will be cut thena nc isan at'.wasre t'*e,,at.his t wxKebut thewnumberonthedfamiSy.IL
had cutoa el0 ,000 be- down for an overall dcrese of 's tiho S wee ian O22fp u ca90 Mrtnt ber.oh b- t a wi nt th"y ae fh ro m

.91 ede1 y a PaAl tar 0t they), mea tha' ii "L t
,)Ste.s,. a d units, leven said.tri video ameras bes butb :es Oe V ht n- I hi n Y-l at htterm
sum Sd bobh Wlll jiwq~j~ e e4 m ~~ 'w %or. no m zy that South wl be on s ale at the Ar my
.=I sg ="93 % tie n W- Said the Arm Y W be able to 5 and ate a le totheir pp eas@ 'r LaeE soA alit v ,T axe nw ruff Posts an a tu the CocolSoloa -
to as~.C~ ~g off 117,000 men wnhout ls dung sp wato the a pdetrici-nce an the Coco olo Na-
d a ozuc' thestr h our performance, on anl Ur rThe Ito dIi :Jr 0 al lost a truamp, tw Md--

loIver Lo ie a o5 coaoti tall.' et aid on- rks ll at 9:pm the IdeasaLhis presen- e an da club he as et ne

EM* n a ath ou Trporte Aroeenaol to Ubmt completely to .units will fors at an pllet...ble contr* chn
did tn"t. PMays Cto tpo .- r orte on the ne u gt I r os e em of thrAe .orek t*itte 'ald- ue T uSon
ecast o, at *o lthe
hfu e a s -a t ow- ,,They have bet i ,on-

.dthe proceeding ofbtter antt. Aft- be rd fabc ha 3%
f trtY atggIL eor or th& latest chil or w9llUs, she

Afigli*oTV unit m ., ,ted il I r ut- g "s a -ering decla_ arer enough sait down to writ e a leeddin
.--. .4 ha y ol slif. this col mawhich. ended ..with
TooIow 3Vyonea e n utwl hLwihCain Singh &Co. "a"uamitake. maybe weWAeA

r....lil S T Senatee e n cat hiteot.a 4 o ho e blu(dr io are too different to everbe lerable
Ban twil b:n be i regsat eoe thi En ter- nigh Bid r th h atr hec SU M "-MaEls f b ric

CIO = JIItN ir ses on o V .rnlm l -nIdee Befor -h doo< N W ade Nonsenset Beause the first ft t mMit
dt 'ootlrevuen-th*ete
c 4'de6 by theuiuit eo m 1a v. 0id 'On P l C, C Housews yeas b comar e aern atmc
Sfte puthf T no n a orfise fo ad re1m t Le all swe talk o and perfect har- Or ra
, scheduleofma0o.s on it doChanlo h b Co was the mony doest mean a coupleF

ItNN : 1 11=ia s they tastrong- ae de theio and ore1o d c ri u met a mist an marrying
r ll emort- b y, of ,x.. M molmitosn l o th e next All that the ti n t f i prove iseauE oR t- e
whichy fl aatlbde otwo individuals are tryingnagroup

%; b eosier oeore n ivdar. Mr.- aned e Int ornin dn the ase t yof lalutand f gh a a thAa pro vaIoTr .uFor
.8 .1 i !.ii t ldw fo o enowtf at 28Op Wned Tuesday morning in the AesetO of valueseand ,A way Ulk the nin" ry. .ry
O Ovee structures wee Werives y
a*SB~infl^^o S4hTtScarh eha of tbe superintendent of of living satisfactory to both. s g yoe yeou- theml
L. .. s .enceof__PTheao at Balboa. Of corse, they aren't going o oeare andprott
Asagi1, Pedro ft.tlel *hr.ChairmanL W loliam behind khi .h's total bid price to see eye to e d on every ques- ple a

the sdSb y e. ee d "wln on a&vetR.nd I 2>Ate R
Sen heohe buildings was tion. Natuarally, there willtbe eof the remaable
gpgrg i0Pso -15:45 ittes. a junitle ofh Other bids were enter- quarrels. But they are healthy L.--ZBs"fabri
aHm. TAby I a= red oodlightseands as y Cia., Pascual quarrels if they mean that espot re,. T mani ate
6:45 Wam. A A La m, said sen- &A wagr"Irred"hm Expreso Tocumen neither husband nor wife is prepellent... and uc
Ieausenen.,. :-wT.enatorsWspButother A tes Arosemena going to submit completely Ato oler b an
Biht lbeet' s M Panama CRtY peered to run in favor of found they could get a llmos the willof the other. o has e o
4 adjourning CIdn by July 10 of the proceedings on a n obilb Contracts wmi be awarded
S weUoa TV unit moutedIn.atrut lowing an anyllas of th DIS ION IS OY pority. In addition to
10to against re- aide the mansion for ofehADJU07MANT staying spotless... you'll
Democratic show. 4 on Endicott, in, give up that foolish no- because of the perfect
Use:considered Before s* *'d and Selbert Streets and tion that your marriage is a Det tigtn"Pattern Maler
l' t ytent. Darty lead- way on orders ot .ens1ke simply becaegong
m Johnson said. denial press now a.ant ko sphusbanduse IonDLingo arc Try
tooferate and ndEr. the eorers i of the buildings are com- r a m enti
that's that Mr. Esenir, -a--tely vacted. A total of 66 dr' onadjustmet

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.LA bstll Correi-pondent Cyr. the peeler of peelers, has
bce. si:,,ed to a long-term
liOl L\ 'CWGD --,NLA-- E,- contact.
clK:iAveIVy ouis Alan Laoo
si ao ,a.i a hah.uo i .AIic ,ii iI George Nadei, Paulette God-
'1io i.iil uoIneo I hII handle, dare 5 leading man In "Sins of
br,,'. ,n, iii',. a-l a. au-ei., Jezenel." was the lad who lit
haac laiied to neal piuperl. ... the Ires in Ursula Thiess'.
a. mn uti eat's ait i ouJ.i ne orbs until Robert Taylor came
haicneL a.'In that tliiel alt will along. He was Ursula's co-star
10, uc utroker, up BL.CI A- in "Monsoon" and still carries
be' a.a Lioa Co-teilo' ,nw a torch for the beauty.
('u.Ji'tL W iil ~U-i ib ail c'. -
.,. jU pc 'El.tli, ui tit.r pliu-
lit, Il Joan Benneiit~-'.- It': gonna be tough on movieI
t .i.'.L iLuetuI'inili.oii nua, horses, wranglers and stunt!
Si a e,'cny .uunlo t0I .. men if author Ray Bradbury'.
,.ajiida Biite i:. ginLLIg a dL- prediction comes true that sci-I
voice ana nieaaingi lor ruiope ence-fiction epics will replace
to ioiget the .,aole tning... hayburners. Ray, the dean of
Franchot Tone and Betsy von writers about critters on other
Furstenoerg. orn tne verge of planets, and who wrote the
becoming Mr. and Mrs will co- screenplay of -'It Came Fromi
stia in a play this summer. Outer Space," is putting hLs'
Money on space operas over
Reports from italy that horse operas.
motherhood is a drain on In- "There's more originality and
grid Bergman's beauty are de- more excitement in science fie-'
nied by Ella Logan. who visit- lion," he argues. "When they -
ed her recently. "She's so beau- say 'they went thataway' in:
tiful." says Ella, "that I tell westerns, they can point only,
hbe I hate her. right and left. When they say
it in science fiction, they can'
"In- Hollywood she was such point anywhere. Much more;
a shy thing, but now you can t directional latitude, if you
stol her from talking. Dr. Lind-!know what I mean."
strom told her he hoped she 1 Burt Lancaster's recent sur-
would cry every day for the gery explains why he's duck-
rest of her life, but she's gay- ing action roles. It will be a
est person I know." long time before Burt can leap
st person around again, as he did in i
John Russell was introduced, "South Sea Woman," his last:
as "Jane Russell" by the mayor action flicker. ... Gene Nelson,
of Nashville, Tenn., at the pre- is working out on ice for the
mniere of "The Sun Shines first time in years, just in case:
Bright." "It's a natural mis- that big-screen ice film he's
take," quipped John. We" both been offered comes through.
have brown eyes." Strikes me that Gene, with
Jane Powell on his mind, has
June Allyson apparently has been skating on thin ice for
given up the retirement caper. quite a few months.
Stars with ideas of home and'
kiddies don't rush out and hireL Now it can be told: Ann
press agents when they leave Sothern didn't bother to drop,
. major studios... Manuel Rojas,;in at the night club and hear'
the handsome Chilean who had her ex. Bob Sterling, duet with
Rita Hayworth in a spin for a.his new wife, Anne Jeffreys.
while, then brightned Mrs Bob was disappointed that Ann

WAIT AND SEE New leaf dept.: Sonny Tufts'"
regular night-club order now:
Jose Ferrer has three little Coffee.
I words "wait and see" for
scribes who as ta if he will wed
R' ,c ry Clonevy. He's more _'__________ _-,S
definite about Rita I-ayworth ..
In "':s Sadie Thompson," the
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War I planes still in existence, this :elic was -found in Parts in a
Sextonville. Wis. hayloft where it had been buried since 1921.
Dwight Woodward, above, plans to fly the ship from Sextonville'
to Madison, Wir.

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RECORD BRUSH-OFF-Claimins a new woOt rrd.
than 100 men slap a coat of paint on this house hi Ogden. Ualba'i
six minutes and 53 seconds. The stunt was sponsored by the
Ogden Junior Chamber of Commerce to spark a city-wide clean-
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"She's going to be wonder
You can become a star ace
dentally, but you can't remn
a star accidentally. Rita's
beckuvan actress. She'll be se
sa'""-!l as Sadie."
Inside on the sudden parti
o; U-I and Anita Eckberg,
.former Miss Sweden, is tl
the beauty was paid off month
ahead of the termination
her contract. A big. fat che
in settlement of the pact
waiting for the blonde beau
at her agent's office.
Architect John Lindsay. w
gase Diann Lynn everythi
shr asked for in the proper
aeutlernent. Is building a n'
los Angeles hospital RK
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FUTURE ATOMIC PLANE-Some experts believe tht the
plane shown above in an artist's sketch, which appeared'in
Collier's magazine, will be a reality in 25 years, and will be fying
across the Atlantic Ocean in 3% hours The atomic-powere4
transport will carry 125 passengers at a speed of 9060 miles
hour. The triangle wing, set far back, offem less wind reatuem
than the conventional wing at supersonic speeds.


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itS Rer l W f .Consul, A. H. B. Perkb, X B. os rcher t0
was best foo a reeiSs. heM odat the consular resMmene yester- A profuiO Of floweS,
ho 0e a day at U:1 a,16. to celebrate the coronation of see Majesty gifts of friends, were used
N.1 ~AMM the decorating of the rel
Mrs. A. The included the of- daughter and son-in-law, Cap- and buffet table A larg
T. officials of Colon and the Pro-tain and Mrs. F. Meehan, rated e
4. 9. Plumer, Mrs Armed Forces on the Atlantic ship "Tindenjell" for Antwerp,i
iBi OMrs., and the members of the Belgium. They will tour Europe eheka Club Meeting
S _Consular Corps. during the summer months, re- a Cristobal Rbekah
-. .turning to their home In Flor- Will et Thursday June
: Royal Palm. ners da in the fall. 8:00 p.m. at the Cristobal
rMr. and Me ionic Temple.
Royal Palm, Chae No. 2, Ribow Assembly Hostesses for the eve
of iB ^S Sdo their Mt stated Meeting at the The Cristobal Assembly No. Mrs. Elt Oore
i W...e r C.-.Arist obal Masonic Temprsle 2, Order of the Rainbow for Mrs. Helen Stern.
g .of Monday evening with the of- Girls will hold their meeting -
eers and memnbersof- Pedro and Installation of officers Atlantic Relgous
O i abl Moets With Miguel Chapter, leaf, No. Wednesday, June 3 at the oCrs- L cheon Meeting
k 4, an their guests.o Mildred tobal Masonic Temple. Miss The Atlantic Religious Wnrt
i m .. Willism Blak of Pedro Neely Worthy Uatr r wu ded. Kathryn Argo will be installed era held ay luncheon meeas
.. .l was p p to ez- A ...CO,,red d a h iat Aie was as Wnorthy Advisor anult Mie at h the Dott ar pArmed Fooes E
be* of her bridge1-it-a s served prscdip ate me ng. Nancy Kariger. retiring Worthy Montday.
SmAt e i M. A I travel trpe l Ithn Advisor, will preside at the Members present included:
17gm taud0thie general ftea ion- meeting. Rev. J. W. L. raham,
'' or Mr. and Mrs. nCot- me i Philip avener, Rev. Nor
-- 04 J H ton, who aneette news on July All friends of the Order andtPrattr Rev r J t W h Li
;... '. B. 3rd to make their ome In the Young people are Invited to Rev. Arnold oir

t.w o H e o.ter a During the eveni n ift~of Mr. And Mrs. Pa nr so no and Mrs. A. RA
on Gull eet Friday a camera was present Mr Mr. and Mrs. Fabian Pinto, of were guests from Panama l
"0 dof the UNTRESSINO TIME-Mrs. Loretta Ebar. of Chicago, Ill. and Mrs. Cotton who have serv- Colon, entertained with an
t of u. -- uke, Ancon takes a last look at the long tresses of her daughters, Jullet, 10, ed for many years in the or- open house at their home, Mon- W. 0. And Mrs. Brue
Will. m t 9:00 a. m, left. and Jane, 0. The girls were making their first trip to the organization. Mrs. Cotton day evening following the avn Isthmus
in, 21gholk, Mo Halbarbse.because they wanted to learn to swim, and faunhey has held the office of secretary graduation exercises of the W. 0. and Mrs. David -
tat ilehmer meetlingiste couldn't get thi r hair into a bathing cap. Mrs. Eboar, who hasn't for years, was also sented Class of 1953 at the Cristobal field and children, Sadr
for ,,ho are I nterested had her bair out In more than 30 years, just went along to watch an Alligator purse whicwas High School. Their son, Carl, and David Wayne, are e
in or pattern. cut wrapped as a hat box. A life was an honor graduate n thethe latter part of the
S. for. t oof the Spring m embershp was given Mr.' and class, and the party was ar-, for a visit In Texarkana, Tc.
FesivaL Any material, sewing *e ranged to compliment him. as.
IMISS JAN VAN EVUBA ~ nonS, patterns or new Ideas e PromiSeS T Lead Fight from the chapter. A buffet supper was served W. 0. Brumfleld has bees
twill be welcome. w g the friends who called during assigned. C
So three little newat enterdhe evening, after three years at the Drlid

ilaS" --a .I th re^ pusr at Fort at ,u-
VA *IVWI IDW K C M S iM M'T IArOUNCID T t r d To s how n U Nday.---- lith dh r a rs f on led the Kimed pe-r Fort by Parn
e .2Lp. of., .,Diable have On- "Bn, o 'will be another tion of theSaorma Mr. and Mrs. Isaac asso en- Gat n Auniary

"Id f. t.t th er p a eroetnt eered t aened ooredb yhir PaughretAlr
t ,n aVan n the s es o colored slide P a ohas do ne Iwnnewspapr cotertaned for their daughter, To ear rs. Morrish

-f--te ,---. .. l4 e on Monday, rmue 8, at : 0p. edi yesterday-toMad 'a ight He appeve ooth ho nreefin ao church a t9
Mm a.u an granda Mch ka SaL n ta be Fohasddoneinnewspapr ci rcle Wowie| anh er ad Mr- Ta womencs Aiamryo Se
t o Mothe2rb a orethethhr inthenoesnsMesonir

Ued *3es'- btCartThbbean, derervwl, Nor Carolnap, ean.. to the Un. If Red China was w m n the a r Monay students, re eti hoolatr U h iin g "

y9reption oenn__ra. ..w_. d,_ ,.ld niment payd Mon*diai t 7 eve- htsupport to a subshinotute stat- doJudyatae Ath honr0 hr planned by the Gatun
e -;a. tnD, eo th*Ir ^w^. OWrq4 B Roon or thej r I res. .eano, ry, Th .n Co|rcfi
atA N ninf i r o that the United States not e a* The honorees were Leut- the Cto ris funds to main-
At M__ of t_ Chiefs o n t wereo:ar Md i L _,,l o..os beeMrs.ion rn. Cln W. A. Lc, Ma_ U..A Caribbean School, tain Trefoil House ams a Com In be s -wq by a... .... jeopardis n Ufor.N a K ors s, pr-, ...M rana-o.s of hner.m Ters.
nu,-of de m, ren truai wlle.. the wiadhs PAr,~" .. .Rd a Caphtair Charles, Wa .rden and Low- U CIB Bia oae ll_ enve the serat.
ntie.-= r.eenoe pedgePrsoiirtPon Mrer FrencsTo tGra uate 161 aad Th e guest skr

'. TChel5c l disls de Orr.ese ade pso .afterol od th e S 0 ato lMr. and Mrs. n the n In Mrs. M i o
o f f. 8 W .a1.-h4
show---,,deat Amercan nt, wl pPartyAel lp
.....c.n..rence at which the Atr (it eftG uIli ckt iiuii l" des Of wUhe ev
Mrs.' Bra oearrallimother IdentpPersuadedthemtoa-1Coversre Medes-Frhe said, ieute .Colonel and Mrs. are rcor a
a ~senthterpWbl -on ldree th t N e rwere .de.t. noa hD.LG O thee wl Millerrentertainedwithnd here wI terestIn

d a UV dla G enera l ,atieo r noIhe daanod-
boo for a formblweencIn-lawr and daughter for seir _raofrJo 3 ep-nbos 8who are leaving r duty Ing 12 Panamanans, will i'e Car P Treoi Ge

w f.. the Bride tour- mev said .te President gave I en the ttes. deiplotmans Friday at 2:30 a. Pdun- A
caption ovon tdaeveninart a odyv-PpIadndMoVda vtabu aleta u
= .Nhisup oasubt itute-r o aIngograduationceremonienat Councilttheraiefundstoman-

dat the Amy-Navo Club, Fort ueeatendingIninCardRofhther that the Uniorthd StAtes notTstC
iabeof too,.hie hryon rsn 34mlooiw .. .eheoewwre:'lot Meandielywilloppos e the admission at honloeel .A as e a.FoteGuli. Trfi Hue a C.

Soft m InM1U-Mr r lRichar te ChintoheUNbu nCleldhca coAuaahM-FrMulc.CtolU-teadrs.henne Cesfor restiter par
nLaind nrJhaMnd.Mrm.OrennethdlForrest1.t ,fi d Brn ced ColonelMeredithan.N
"sMrs Wllam; 'rdr WraU rs R undT- one, o agau insancaysCd u tcet ft p ain and Mrs. R. Nol, USARCARIB, will be the gradu- .
h4A" mamthe andeCatindM .nW.F- tnion speaker In the Font n.Gulick euntsnd may b obt
T L o h... .aLh D a aan activ a aTheater while Maj. the hidoron focoun
Th~..* e ch.if Dey; and 51h, Mr. one of. the most ametnd Forty neighbors were present Wbttlockk. Commanding General mtthembe
por-r 4 '-. "'a~orey.ew 0-avd Mrs. &. Kohn..of the discarded U.N.amen- for a farewell get-VtogetherSACARI, will present diplo- resments wilb rve

,lAM:*I'Ds... ttogethereh the Pres- Socialist Pierre Mendes-FraiceTnoaa
Th--e etr l xoressed Rposition to todsy told the French National,0Mr.1Aod1theVPaanamaninents aattethed.twillibe guest priins.
hower a-tsaid Roh of & eet .el4 heea ats For ure" Beecourse while r etw dstuled A
aCae.71 .as one.3 l.,and Isra Maeslen.payed

rdeo ~i~s -Bnal Bie optc, 'r*f Wi*th n eir clba erre l at h ei* Cuinr. Aeathe, o w or e-,,er,- t
1ediDuomdQ lteri colorful gradu ng

ad- mmf .h rglet Americansecosudntriinuest will be pres-t ..l. d"-T
'o enn ad si twe" ethewgeand'musicforLt.Athn AMisCa- lts lo fu
eChunawereenelinwithritain the enS Utireraffair will ber played Going To Gnrg4a
16.'oppositoby the 60th Armwiy Band. Lie
wuur position Mendes-F.aace,ifourthFrenchthe rai, aleCa
Jami ieuniogeb066tPelticiaMresinsen-b.SadgUiste visitorstoffa;Rice,Ca ecua-
ons b e ye o r.tHe wob.aT.C. an rendJ.T.W. nkemann of On the Uther hand,M e Vincent no lO tae e de- Th11ebefheldafor dtstinuaecWil rd
Am r'a Bobe cietynhower was said to have d the14-day-old cll liti lvitorsoffic cadets sailing on June 0t for
.ba or of da 3.0T T.and 11113 ahmembernosm Bible Society. I' o u eOf- P sa thlno
""-'---'Mr. a Maan J" tr Oe. Upon hitDT.Allnined the U.N. amendmelIS an crisis, mdfe4nvtitute t the and guests at tbe Fort Gulick
a J h MIN1me i tewata Wandepatd servie.b a neI to lendIarsted students and guestsywill Phb
A form ttheo.soobjecAtesla majority of3 14 depu- Ina State UniversityhCaribbeantere 40.
t wW Mties" .b aou reate p near revolu- Program eight week summer seaCtfordut
visit th Mrs. Witin' ______Son_______________
tar ca e" wrk out a solution."g onarych anges.nttaad sianW ll begin ning Je17 graduation include Chile, Colom-
lr e. Ana: Caba- $- .,nehem.Onwas Immediatepeculaext al p s. istraon b in ne an a, Peru, Costa Rica, Cuba Ecua-
oh* U00,7among some memb thoe running for one week. don. Guatemala. Nicaragua. Pan-

SFrance pr sad defined to lend variety to the stu.
S" sr g rteo the aid program forth Unit
Web wth at State s and learn to live on its choose from. Titled Marriage and
Sans and stand on Its on Family Patous Colenonia La- U
'who t 4,tyc. oe, '~-f"et.l b Without givin oUP"gifts" tin Arneria, Accounting ad Al--
aw v-iromuhd abroad. he sal the nation gebra, the classes will ma wo
u me N.- he w Inp=ecouldnever.learn to be indepen- fi a e t eg
Mrs.oA t..aedoto dent, either ebonom.cally or poli .aor eight weeks. su
osition at thisn tcaly.Su.
Wo tudt the President had to 'ac Each course Earns for the stu-r
fa-since the Senatewadentthree semester hours of;

......o.te.ete.te..lehae h m eralod a gat IsZ format caondd-.~ i. tte 1tv rerh~fwvi eunt
whee.C wllhi"ils. hO Isr Mof oienst--R n-d heremInTh2.etan dsths gvig te1gr

hiWfpter Rabbi suWitkin th hwisuraN
Ina~ 'YYS7 YU'll ____________ bully RabbiWltk l Wll leave~ prevtsa damage to clothe. and ~ AU1UUE
thiena. 'i.,. York June 15 for Israel]. 0a
.' Look 1h uesomn. hie he will visit his father furniture... allows ample dme
..ft a-wke. has been living In that to aiit d eve botte be- w Sols nt mM emel
W it. f t yfo r the past 2 0 years. "b b
,-Rabbi W.tkin will meet with fore myy him Is done Choese
nmsplauls at a conference in Eu- from a complete range of smart
IT (I L uN I ape ,rehreturningto the Ca- fah
I. saM Steve. Jewish chaplains sta- fsbon-ri~s shdes!
RN RENAftMa a urope will be present
s~eMaference. 4~w
.~inhI. Dorothy DrIckmanan will
& = L be, charm of the USO-JWB
nn n m ms Service Center
Lrip Qe Rabbi Witkin a absence.
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YOu Sell'em.. When You Tel'em iru i AP
Leave your Ad uith one of our Agents or our offices In No. S7 "H" Street 'IP
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Sal6a de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

Agencia Internacional de Publicacloes
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199

Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Melande Ave.-hct 2G Col6n
Propaganda, S. A.
"H" Street corner mittOt
Phones 2-2214 and 3-V 7

Miiealum for 12 word.
3c. each additional word.

Household Automobiles Do. .ee *iar .*e Reseorve M w inexpensive satisfy A tomobles PROFESSIONAL
Wrte ekoe Akuklase aeatm d W ton. Shrlpnel'* Santa Clare -
POR SALE:-25 cycle 9 cu. ft. West- FOR SALE-1949 Frazer 4 Dr. Sedan, 2081 Ance C: 2 Beech. Telephone Balboa 1389.

with pad $25.00. 2--9' x 6' fiber Selling for $750.00. Leaving for Telephone 2-3479. Panama. ron e. Balboa 2-3050, except No. 1REVOLUTIONARY TI
rugs each $3.50. 3 way lamp, $5. the States. D. L. Bennett. No. 354 INVITATIONS ore tendered to qu- AND LABOR AndVING
00, 2 end tables, one $1.00, one Pedro Miguel.___ ified architects, to sub.nit draw- HILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The ; A GALON
$4.00, one 25 cycle clock $2.00, FOR SALE:-1950 M G, duty paid, ings of proposed Knights of Co:um- only coust in Santa Clara with an PRESSURE SPRA
25 cycle washing machine Nauring- very good condition, $875.p0. bus ldg., Balboa, C. Z. Specifica- occanview from all cottages. Steps PRESSURE SPRAYER
er, $10.00; 25 cycle fan, $10.00. Leaving Isthmus. Telephone 2- tions can be obtained from man- to beach, Ro:koos refrigeration. for
167-D Pedro Miguel. Tel. 4-383. 3447 ager of Columbus Club, Balboa. barbecue and shuffleboard. Pona- .& Ldr.
Drawings submitted later than June m 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673, II..1. 8. LAV
FOR SALE: 8-piece bamboo set, FOR SALE: 1949 CHEVROLET 16, 1953 will not be considered. Box No. 435, Balboa. A I ~L PILLINO fense couns
cheap. 25 cycle refrigerator, $25. CONVERTIBLE. New Top. Good Armed Forces Specio aptu
00.61 -B Cocoli.. Phone 2-195 Pint. Radio. WS-W Tires. Phone Through the Panaa Canal aboard Gramlich Srta Clara beach-cot- Armed 94s Oldsmobile Coup. ACR. "Kofaempe"
FOR SALE:-Maple livingroom furni- 2-4966, Panama. the Ho;el El Panamoni "Pesccdora" tes Electric iceboxes, gas stoves HFOR Sm, sI946 Oldstobie Coupe ITmpe

two end tables. Breakfast set, 1948 motor. Good shape. 5719-A See your Travel Agent or phone R lT '
blonde maple with chrome legs, Diablo 2-6418. Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660. ENT .
table and six chairs. Set of drapes.. e ISIT TO- THE SAN N EW
Phone Ft. Kobbe 84-5228. FOR SALE:-1951 Henry J. excellentt .A VISIT TO E SAN BLASH Nt t. A
condition, duty poid, only $300i N W
FOR SALE: Used, very cheap, 2 down and $41.50 per mcnth. Full June 12, 13, 14. FOR RENT-Furnished residence res- pping moving. stor age.
single beds, 4 cotton mattress, I price $800. Private party. L.eavi-nghen trip of your lie. A Jungle Jim identiol place, oIl furniture new. k and orate or move
dresrwith mirror. Call 2- country. Tel: 3-2917. Jaunt thru the Panma Canal to Phone 2-1456. '* ack rt or move
3321. House 0534-A, Guayacan FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet ton three day trip board the Hotel E FOR RENT: 3 bedroom cotte, CHE VRO E anything 'Phone 2.24516
Te Ancon truck pick-up. Phone Balboa 1718 Pna.a's Peacoro Leve alba vacation quarters for two months 2 562. Panam.
FOR SALE:-Ratton livingroom furni- $,50
FOR SALE:- ttan livingroom furni- $1,25.00. Friday 6 p. m., arrive Coon 2:30 p. everything furnished. Telephone-
ture, 3 pc. settee, arm choir, corner FOR SALE: 1950 BUICK SUPERIm, leave Colon 9:30 p. m. for S-n 534. Pedro Miguel. O OLDSMO i E E
table, round table, 9 x 12, gross FrR- .... E ". = --'------.-
CONVERTIBLE. Excellent condi Blas and Porto Bello. returning Co- FOR RENT:-ushe house with
rug, table lamp. Leaving,must se, ton Priced for im te sle. on undy afternoon Through the telephone and refrigarotor, if in- sho Exchange
53-Dib___to.rcdo_____e Ihiepnaeh oldn Exchange. .
5433-G, Diablo Hgts. Autos Eisenman, next to Coca Co- Ccnal Monday 6 a. m. retLrn ng to terested phone 2-2.45, Panama.
FOi SALE:-Nine cu. ft. Coldspot la Plant, Panama. Balbca. Meals catered by El Pancrno .--- AL IN NEW AND
refrigratorneedsubberndoor -- Bring sacks, shorts, bathing suit,
refrertor, needsorubber on door, FOR SALE-Studeboaer 1948, $60. jacket, flippers and spears for un-O RE T -D P NTRE
4. 4-, Eo1-. 00. Leaving for States, must sell. edrwter fishing, and yo'r camera A.S; 4 A Ltom le Row
FOR SALE:-G. E. washer, wringer, P. O. Box 666 Fort Clayton. and rolls of co'or film. Pe'ase make ______' Tll. 3-4
Cycle. Cristobol 3-1413. -. reservations early through your Travel ALHAMiA APARTMEINTS
I FOR SALE:-8 ft. porcelain Westing- FOR SALE: 1953 Chevolet, two Agent, or Junge Jim Price at Pn- Two and four'room fartrfi ld and Armed Forces Speci al
house refrigerator with commissary months old, 4 door sedan. Coll 86- ama 3-1650. Spc:icl price for groups unfurnished apartrnfnts; private n. OR SAL:-1949, Ford Deuxe
S guarantee on mechanism expiring 3178. of 10 to 16 people. closed gardens, 8061. 10th Str$et, 4 door Sedan. A vqry clear :w. C.IIlROPRACTOR
1955, $100. Phone 2-6371, Go- ". New Crisnob;J. Telephone Coon 'Ga9cTires. $1.050. 11- r. GIMALDO S. LIN
vilan Rd. 1549-H. FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac 8 Hydro- FOR SALE 3.. .. r
matic 4-door Sedan. Wi I sell 8 .
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Frigidoire re- Equity or straight cash. SACRIFICE. n FOR RENT:-Smal fuirninCd ipatt- Saobl AW.m
frigerotor, looks good, runs good, Call 2-3005 until 11:30 a. m. 2- 4' ment in new Cristlba, military M*5 ''-5.
UFODR SALE: aporov.d Phoe 91 Co f r n
rinust sell $40.00. also 9 cu. ft. 1595 after 11:30. A:k for Fied. I FOR SALE:-One upright piano, good approved. Phone 91 Colon. to a 1 neo
leaving for States soon, conta SALE-1949 PONTIAC CON cont:on. Apply 14.109 Melen- FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment
McDonald, Ft. Kobbe, C. Z. 5157. VERTIBLE, Standard Tronsmis:ion. dez end l5th St. corner, Co!on. in Bella Vista, to Noith American Mond.y to rdi ,
c family. Call Morgan 86-2151.1
FOR SALE: Bamboo bar $39.00, Radio, W-S-W Tires. Mechnnicaliy FCR SALE:-10" Boice crone tcbe -._ y. C l Mo n 86.2 1. 6
Wicker chairs $6.50; Folding perfect. Good Paint. Good Body. sew, one 1 H.P. motor and 4 FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment.
' chairs, $4.75, Desks $25.00, So- AUTOS EISENMAN, Tel. 2-2616. blcc;cr. 6" Jointer 3/4 H.P. mctor. Best residential section. Suitable CH EVROLET
fas $20.00, Dressers $14.00, Cribs Panama. 30" Ti sw 3-4 H.P. 3-4 H for two couples. 43rd S. No. 13 BUIC K
l'i (complete) $29.00, Childs Ward- s-- r motor 3" wod lh n c I ..... B U I C K
robe $39.00, Smol tables $3.00, FOR SALE:--951 Chesoet 4-door motor. 3" wood athe and els: OLDSE
er sea$n,; F excellent na W ;r one. 1 FO Ra tLE
I Driningroom Tables $14.00; Chairs Sedon, in excellent shape w.,h di sde 12 P otor Port- Vista to party purchasing furniture. r Gra StesS
$3.00, Buffets $18.00, Gas Stoves. white wal tires, radio and seat e Snder oe dz lts sacrifice. Call 3-2763. C H C a:
e00 and covers. Buy of the week. Smoot able S.der one doz belts. D ill.
$55.00, Electric Stoves $25.00 and c S~oh SP -4 H. P. motor. AII to FOR RENT:-urished apartment. L and a I pi&
many oher b n n. bh nw Hunnicutt S A. LEh. St Central Press 1-4 H. P. motor. All tools FOR RENT: -Furnished apartment,
1 many other bargains in both new a
many other bo rniture. Ave. Tel. 800 Colon" mounted on one bench. Everything two bedrooms, two baths, only s# Pe~ r' -Ii
Sand reconditioned W rn WR e complete. $600.00. Cot $1,200. $250. for July and Augustt rom L Theatre.
ASH OR CREIT WEpELI 0. Phone 5-480 onytine. paid in advance. Utiites pad
I, Ave. J. F. de la Ossa FOR SALE: 1940 Buick 4-daor. yaid lv -ttan rs, ted 44th Street, N. 34, pr
Automobile Row) Phone 3491 1 pood transportation for only $100. "n. --" r t .2. is ment. W Ti
00.. .- n o ..uni .... lh l rod, automatic reel, Montague-
R SALE -uhu Rb _NT .d-A .IAA"
l3 LE-.......cogbny t io St. Central Ave. Tel. 800 Cotcn. rod, ,Penn No. 65 reel, lamp, Co-IFOR RENT:-2 bedroom oportmet" 'Afmed oces Specil Te 111111110111111
Sgroom $ 25-.0 F-.SALE:1949Bui- -'..4- 613-C.,go Avenue. Phone 4- S Francisco. For information rOR SALE 1949 Pontiac door Fr acs. 'Fr. .'
$ recortl player, $1.75.00.. FO.. SALE:;.1949 Buick 4O 4I2r$". i:' C01 e bIboa 1464. 1464 ;n. e.Cv. ,W.,h

:00. two table lamp, $5.00 each, upholstery, 5-good white walltires SLVAN
:0 newt m ny coffee table, $25. only $1.199. Spotless, b oitl CAaAL mt SCovers. ,"anwrM. .
Sall in perfect condition. 6th St. nd radio Smoot y Hunnicutt A, RS VARI OUS ImR SA .'. .. S
Coco del Mar. Chalet No. 18. San 16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800, Seed bids, for opening in publc, is .. ,.* ..
Francisco de a Coleta, Tel. 3- Colon will be received until 10:30 a. m. .
4398, Pqnama. June 8, 1953, in the office of Su-
bf an -h i FOR SALE:-We sell and buy Used peritedent of Storeouses, B FOR RENT: Room with'. .
YOR SALE:--Mahogany diningroom Cars of all makes. We also take boo, for Stockholm Tor, Technical rivile, Phone 2-5075. .-
set, buffet and China closet conm- Trade-Ins. Consult us on your next Urea, Go'd Ribbon, Lacquer, Var- FOR RENT:-Furnished room, n
,bine-Console radio blonde Mahog- car deal. AUTOS EISENMAN, next nish, Pc:nt, Paris Green, Lubricating couple without children, with re-
any, refrigerator with deep freeze. tpo The Coca Cola Bottling Plant. Oil and Pipe Fittings located in the frigerator. stove, living anrd din-' A a K D FlM l uIR1NO
No. 1701 Old Cristobal 3-2797. Panamo, Tel. 2-2616 or 2-4966. "300" Area Balboa. Invitation No. igroom:, Bella Vistae 3 Arme' d. GU a PPO
S. FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4-dooi 36 may be obtained from the 5099. L St S
FOR SALE:-Complete bedroom set with radio. Con be financed, easy above source, or from office of FOR RENT li Coupve. N1ew Thli. Plds0 S.c Autombile Row 77 stors mann
Spices, all for $125.00. 14th. payments. Trade in accepted. Ex- Suerint:ndcnt of Storehouses, tel- bachelor or married sohitf Cove. New Ia n.

Street We4st, Nch. 9 O, upstairs. excellent buy for servicemen. Smcot phone 2-1815. t oodt refenc. Write to Bo u B AI. o c hn
FOR SALE:-Household goods wood A. 6th St. Control Ave. Tel. 800 th.. COLLEGE S TUDENTS You a re ET. Lefevre N. 32.

Jo eVery reasonable. Tivoi Avenue0Col also ilded in our ecil reduced Armed orcs peal
working machinery. 16 mms pArE-- N
lector and camera. Call Pedro Mi- FOR SALES-tt946 it-ton WagonjI.'ue.. coaching grades 1 2, 3 Ca- Po;ihonOfferedTLUX 8 tret
o. g 4-428A, houso 16-D. R gLood fr huntig ngwand fishing nal Zone teacher. Phone .ei ed VENETIAN Bebt ak
;i FOR SALE: Rattan dinette table transportation. Easy payments fo. 1. hLIBDa e.--ed of f-
nd 4 host chairs. One Rattan an easy buy. Smoot v Hunnicutt with go reference, Wr ite t, ...iS the
a Wrm choir, hassck and end table. A. 16th St. Central Ave. Tel. 800 r:k COLLEGE STUDENTS!. You are H p323." d tMe 5- Tc
Very reasonable. Tivoli Avenue Colon. also included in our speiel reduced -2 Armed Forces Special .

Nom. 3-510,4. 30 p m_ Romer No 77 Estudinte S.
summer ballroom dance course. 3 t mALc:copl,6rm elurO SLEWo5 CevoNo. ante'moC
ith maid' 4-door Sedan, only 2 1/2 years old,j istrtion at Balboa 'Y' June 3r-4 Maid waned five d50 week. Three .% discount. w .d
ptember st. No. children. Will- Peru gray, undersea, blue leather and5. 11 A.M. Class t. ildren. C00,l 2-6418.
W ANTED upholstery, excellent condition, will start S ot. 3 P. MI Homnett WCls mo. a cod re0. tall 2 1 h. .h

*- 926.. FOR SALE:-Reasonble. 48 Special Obs served Today ."-Sre11 "^ ... '2)" y
WANTED-Vcat1on Quarters. Re- Buick Sedanette. New painted New 8n famif ly, ah f ll
1' Miscellaneous Hoveo Place, Margarita s. ow The Veerinary Food n- e u, 2 a monthdcold bM
AMERICAN family desires 3-bed- 5 FOR SALE: 1949 Deluxe Kaiser (12 15 yrs.) group studying VW"
room house or apartment for long 2128. $750.leoge excellent co Sndition 357lso practical conversation ozal Sp ansh -
term occupation. Telephone Pan-dsome ushmon soo bke, six celnder tutelage of Mrs Frank dventu .
J ama 3-5104. 30 P. m. Romero No. 77 Estudionte St..
Quiet American couple, from well- 51 C let Sedan. Panama City.
established families, needs unfur- good condition, radio. Good price. Army' Ve. rnary Armed eCp-r i l
itmaid'sroomandbathafter Can be financed. Call Panama 3, $

Fth maid's room and both aoftfer 4904. Veterin ry Corps' ton d "a .r.oM hod. $7Q
embr t. No. children. ill- FOR ALE:-1953 Ford discounted 37th nni;'ersar

Sto phey on re month's rent in d- $$50 down. 940 Chevrole thI At, fat irna .: ..
Wince to hold. Please call Panama condition, $200.00. Call 3-5069.t Coitcander T h
3 2 2 t pa ny n e m fir rel
9 ny time. FOR SALE:-ReSsonable. N 48 Special .I e To a never
jl ( ANTED:--mVacation Quarters. Re-n- Buick Sedanette. Ne*o- t' paint. New r.a ont' li .i
sponsibl couple as of 30 June upholstery radio and extras. Low The 97th Veterinary Frood In- pa t a m
alyJuly.Call.Cro 21 mileage, excellent condition, also section Detachment at Col.ozal and g ,
W' ANdTED: Home for handsome,, 5,3 Cushman scooter b0ke, six celebrates the 37th anniversary adventumu it I
r: Wk mother cat and t y months old, good condition. See ot the Army' Veierinary Corps fimous tw hel Ferry' f1

tns JB ort Ld Wir tboth R 7 A, Rousseau. Call Navy tM oday, J0ust a Ionth after ob- P what Of M
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AGERS: The !ame op-o.tun.ty he wfI.give
A12 m dm guaranllee opplirs to you! A 3 rr th. bnl!- Ie If a Ie g
'co.n dance course for ON Y $10. NW'on*Il JI'bo iy wham
ESEE your De.r o. eO .O..o n oa c t. i C. I wule afr t sp s-%w F it .am
Er 'c. ,"Hr r )r W l e I f )Lh- n.leet there for the Atom Mo l "
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sl at thw NIINt *h!un Tribunal. p197 the rpe,
red U S. Army Mnr new JapieseM myfp
Fu ness ha ,.ee, sun. .ta l awyer with SAC$#
The film as aoMd O.a eavd- by a frmner Japanefe
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To Wor
[T, MJaa., June 8'

a inder Ice-cooled army

Ce woinen opeistM The
to work yesterday doing
hour, walkout after asid J
y agreed to their de- a& age

be allowed to wpr "'ai
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be served lbine e le s
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and thelt depend e ".
O fitsk readings for pa t
y 'at Fort playton Tlhayter -1."t
AfA It new pr s otU f A
U -engiit.," a Ire wit sei
Capt. Willisa .illard, direct
01 of the group. s, nuqued that .

"hdi Wed Shti.

ranaoam a their deptn 4enti, w ae
t. e te nt Korean bat.II a dsome ho latrestI
the meee t flt, c api

ael j' ut e mtem l a t- Castledlaet tpnt taen by the tore und actre lalre was- a,
twen ar armtlce and a poit- 6:30 a.m. pcfron e ,a e rstheer eec- 1
eal 4ettleanent, The wprds 'truce' The RQeS wriggled through a clans, designers, make-up and "I know they're awful bridge players, but, theq'en the
and e sometimes are used 1000-round artiller barag to o QtherC" he added. t nly couple we know without any prandehlflir to tak
A"T ed-O f S n t1o-- Aonlm therly ka ow L as the e'r. Jcu -
"We- -pui # -I .(EiWr 6 Ko2he Eerrvie Club Players, the
we um Ct tdot INno 38 ton btof aribbea. an Piaters hope to en*.
be 4re t ,The wd 'c T 1 h l rgsen the organization to in lude
It. U. ia eS .a routh Koresa h tle op O All ber ice personnel on the
tr aa Mlffe le i nra6. e Itktes .Commpmnat attacks. s t mall m us
a p of a fiht were repottedaion
rhat." t' ntiea 16-mw ae Kora n b t-
S) en -D n- a luperr eM from. EOkiaw e led r
nist Ilt-rv merely othe APled itblneasin bombing WOOD 'lURnleR, Neb. (Te ) -
"m le-fle ." ehbitloUlS pOition behind the Counist There's mpie ro econfuslon
deauired to itd0utee.U.N. e*- central front in the wa when members o the Roy Ho-
tiators at PsamutIlm. ectC where the iedt had made frichterfally spesd an evening
"The enefLI has his v p ean two-comoanyhzed r ttacka on toketheratthirfarmhome.Mr.
Panmunjf.omh wapts to flaw hib, oe hR( nheiSm r and Mrs. H. and thquir 10 daugi-
mu cia azrd b t h, eeC-cI--abOw in. ihAir Force headquarters ter.- either play an instrument
that there's iein the old corg ",portd that AWed roln osi an. "Everyone plays or casings
yet." ,:ad t paI. t 1,000,0 what she 14 ftr own en-
?.d^ In, Ingt fadl Wft mupit' l ,ymt. as aR sthi smnw
lsh ledI Unil, t e hours, time,"MAOL ebt*r$d.
.ra' o

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lNa/mtfif ft* ajlt h

Ia -bm mnaiMv relating to thd
current mneuUvte season "

Two manor staff hangeR
at lHeadqaitwersM. ,ALAMtA.,
'.*eW oxiialy Ianu.4acen' oaary,
*one Vi 'on.j. Army nosplat,
art iarSoS, anmg %e Omer in

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and built one. Here three t 0o mm asn tinir ew -O'k over
their handiwork at a display of Boy Scout activMite in Chicago.
After the American Medical Association approved it, the boys
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WASHINGTON, June 3" (UP) -
The Air Force today announced
its assignment of America's two
leading jet aces. both eoenMtly
returned from Korea on leaves,
to tactical air comaland units.
They are Capt. JMaph MeCon-
nell Jr., who destroyed 10 Com-
munist MIGo in Korea and Capt.
Manuel J. Fernandes Jr., of Mia-
mi, who shot down 14 enemy
McConnell was assigned to the
479th fighter-bomber wing at
George Air Force Base, Victor-
vills, Calif., and Fernandes. to
the ninth Air Force Headquar-
ters at Pope Air Force Base. N.C.,
the Air Force said.
The men will report .to their
new jobs as soon as their current
leaves expire.

Bank Moves Cash
In Wheelbarrow
HAMBURG, N. J. (UP)- tate
police waiting patiently for an
armored car to arrive and,
transfer deposits of the Har-
dyston National Bank should
have paid more attention to
the wheelbarrow being pushed
across the street. .,
In contained $0,000 in cur-
rency and silver.
The troopers and passersby
who witnessed the transfer!
thought the bank ehiploye,.was'
merely cleaning up around the'
old bank building before mov-l
Ing across the street to a new
"I didn't know the troopers
were out there at the time,"
said the cashier, C. C. Origgs.
"We pu. the money in a wheel-
barrow, covered it with old
bricks and completed the
whole operation In five min-

Marines Keep Vet
Out Of Korea
MIAMT. Fla. (UPl-Teeb 8girt.
Leo Thalassltes, wounded three
times in Pacific fighting, volun-
tereed to go back to Korea.
But the Marine Corps would
not consider the plea for com-
bat from the handsome Greek-
American. He is the only sur-
vivor of four brothers.
His twin brother, Lennie, was
shot down and killed while fly-
ing an Air Force jet over Ko-
resa. Two other brothers were
killed in combat as Marine Corps
pilots over Iwo Jima In 1945.
Sgt. Thalassites wanted to go
back to Korea because he ex-
plained, "those kids over there
need help and I am experienc-
"We ought to hit the Reds
with everything we've got," he
But instead of going back,
Thalassmites has agreed to sette
down in his home town, a.
non commissioned officer n
charge of special services at the
Marine base here-and get mar-

Oh, Happy Day!
UTICA, N. Y. (UP) James
Senor had the last laugh on the
law. He tore up two parking tick-
et,-legally. Police charged be
violated a city ordnance prohlb-
iting all-night parking. Senor
claimed his automobile was on
private property and had him-
self arrested. The city court de-
cided Senor was right.






"'THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER"-Recently selected by t.
Midwestern Agricultural League as America's "Typical Farmer'
Daughter," Ruth Hampton relaxes In a Hollywood hammock
Soon to make her film debut, Miss Hampton was "Miss New
Jetsey" in the last Miss Universe contest. Warning to traveilg
salesmen: No real farmer's daughter is Ruth. Her father is a
Merchantvile. N. J, police sergeant!



3:00 4:41 6:50 9:00 p.m.
Marga L6pes C. L6pes Moetesuma
Raid Farrel, in



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Rod Cameron, in
Penny Edwards, ln

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The Da.ner Of The Ignorant Youth...I

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Riehard Cameron, in
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NEW YORK, June 3 (UP) Charley Grimm iNew York 28 11 .718 the try of
Cleveland 23 15 .605 sf
won't come right out and say so but Charley Dres- Chicago 25 19 .508 Mont bHope
MoutBoston1 t t lley
sen did it for him-those madcap Milwaukee Washington 123 night, Io t
Braves" could go all the way." st. Louis 19 24 ".2 tfpnertasU btwe -
Philadelphia 18 24 .439 malcan All Sa rs d .i /
Grimm who realizes it is a long yond Bobb Thomson in the Detroit 10 31 .244 fle aa Alfht
way until the end of September 13th to dr lye in the winning Detro 1031-t 24 teMo
is more optimistic than on his run hen scored on a single by TODAY'S GAMES ~t h atie tah
first trip to Brooklyn when he Bob Borkowski as Bud Podble- Washington at St. Louis (N) m. A amrs n :
said "we'll be lucky to make the Ian held the Giants scoreless Boston at Cleveland (N) ea an d i f "1 C0g l
first division in this league." after the second Inning, gave Philadelphia at Detroit. xomew 1pSa |he of, ot
Now he has revised his opinion only seven hits and struck out New York at Chicago AD4a2m 3.
cautiously. He thinks that "we've nine at the Polo Grounds." tr mond etl ti i'
got the pitching and hitting to Frank Thomas hit an 11th in- YESTERDAY'S GAMES st irrio oundtm ra
be tpugh all the way and we have ning homer to give relief pitche- Night Game selected for th e t a -,
a good chance for the first divi- er John Hetki his first victory of New York 002 100 001-4 8 0 Ta0s ara c 1-
sion." the campaign at Pittsburgh. In Chicago 000 101 010-3 10 0 theN aIe pitcher L aOra t o n-
But Dressen. who was grim the eighth the Pirates came from Lopat (5-0), Reynolds y Berra. nofly, a weil-bulAt athlete
while Grimm was dancing a jig behind on t two-run single by Fornieles, Aloma, Bearden, Dor can bur them. acrol l Wi th e -
in the Milwaukee dressing George Metkovich. ish (3-1) and Lollar. C t y t
room, said that last night's 4-3 Joe Collins hit two Yankee canny --- e ll rn ct-a
snapped a 10-game Brooklyn ninth inning supplied Ed Lopat Washington 000 300 000-3 8 0 8tara fm4l be thl a nticsA
winning streak "Is Just a good with the margin for his fifth vic- St. Louis 200 200 01x-5 7 0 DMo, Wl. the l1o* Mtal
example of how these guys can tory without a defeat. It marked Porterfield (6-5) and Fitzger- oL the l oircult, who PqSg
hurt you." The victory put Mil- the fifth Yankee victory in a row aid. Littlefield, Lanier, Paige ofth agrs'e circu s i, whrl fr

| lefield, Lanier, Pa i Pwt as Tops as MVgr
waukee back in first place, and ended a four-game Chicago (2-2) and Courtney. an the fX t b-a '
Last night's Braves victory was winning streak against the New The *rbable gsartf line. .
supplied personally by ex-Dodger Yorkers. Night Game ups :
Pafko who blasted a two-run After hot hitter Bill Hunter de- (Called because of authorized u_ ...
homer off Russ Meyer in the slivered a two-run single to put time limit. 14 Innings) taMS All tr
ninth to give relief pitcher Lew St. Louis in front, old Satchel Phila. 010 001 100 301-00-7 17 1
Burdette his third relief triumph Paige came in and pitched hitless Det. 100 002 000 301 00-7 13 0 K. C.Against Br w
in a row. relief ball for 3 1/3 innings and Byrd, Newson (10), Bishop
The Phils moved in to third gain his second victory of the (12) and Astroth; Garver, Mar
place as Robin Roberts pitched a year. Dick Kryhoski hit a St. lowe (11) and Ginsberg. HP,-Lauret b o
seven-hit, 5-0 shutout to displace Louis homer. Zernial (9th), Robinson ,(4th), Joy Cle amag, .e
the Cardinals. It was Roberts' Al Rosen hit a three-run homer Suder (1st) and Friend (1st). y s er tn- dIr which will
eighth victory against three de- in the eighth to give Mike Gar- tldloss rf Athe aid ban
featsandhoDorothy Hutchiason, O if Ier
' feats and homers by Del Ennis cia a seven-hit decision over the Night Game eDorothy Ht n, If &t it O~ I' r-
and Granny Hamner in the first Red Sox. It was Garcia's fifth Boston 000 000 300-3 7 0 Laverne Connolyl, p iti a quick ne-e f a as
S inning gave him all the 'eln he victory. Hoot Evers previously Cleveland 100 300 03x-7 13 0 DUNNING SHlOWV -....3 Peters, 2eiaest eamersind Robert a onut overI w h to get back obwi-
needed. Ennis hit his with two on homered for Boston. Grissom (2-4), Kennedy' and tbin are cooled I- spray LowatWr while Vlld Brwn Ruthe
base. The Athletics had apparently White, Wilber. Garcia (5-3) and British Games' on-hoir wevnt at Lamdon's White City Stadim *Atlm*Atiq all g0A n f ft aIlx-round
The Reds handed the Giants clinched their marathon contest Began. In 80-degree heat Peterd Owon covering 11 "es, 98 ya Aled (or th Ajm
thel- fourth straight defeat 4-2 against the Tigers when they during the grutb"g test, a nDw record, (N EA) WDnel i' saw
in 13 innings and Pittsbhirgh scored three runs in the 10th in- l0 -4e1 laC" t Vr
ended a six-game losin-r streak ning. but the Tigers replied with NATIONAL LEAGUE I-r-s- lbman an rAm ela-
by pushing Chicago into last three runs to tie it again. In the Teams W L Pet. Dorothy lb ra and convch vie
n RhA the A's a 7-6 lead, but the Tigers yn 27 15 .lU a rtn, re Pr
Yrnkees made it five in a row by erd slnclee by Pat Mullin and St. Louis 23 16 .590 4he sylvi8ea A a
defeat' ChIca"o 4-3. St. Lorts Johnny Pesky. New York 2 20 M 100 2. am 351.
di mns defeated %octon 7-3 rnd Yesterday's Star Andy Pittsburgh 14 28 .333Wo- e s
Tigers id A's played to a 1-in- Pafte, whose two-ran homer in Chicago 12 25 .324 t6U P.)
ninn, 7-7 tie in a game ended by the ninth gave Milwaukee a 4-3 C- i. WP.)
curfew. victory over Brooklyn. putting TODAY'S" GAM
I Greengras tripled be- the Braves back in first place. Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) The field has been completed Virginia, Jim Ferrier of Banin... .il"
.. -- Milwaukee at Brooklyn for the National Open Olg Fra iacco and Dutch Harrison
Cincinnati at New York Tournament which starts next fr Admiore, OalAbftoma. Se- .
St. Louis at Phila. (2-T-N). Week In Oakmont, Pennlva a r nam= weerf
YESTERDAY' S Pat Abbott of o They Ind J
YESTERDAY'S GAMES the way in Mondas'e Palmera Chls, north
u.. Night Game rounds held in 32 Abotla le of Tls,
PSt. Loui 000 000 000-0 7 0 135 over 36 or ,
135 over 38 hles was l oaw r fa f.
S Phila. 400 010 9 2 e day and rath t dark- ei
NChambers (0-3), Btaley,White horse he inmth
Erautt. and .D. V 4e. Roberta une Wan M
(8-3) ban -d Lopata. Two- h o~ f s mst Am

ilwae. 01001 000 000 24 10 Hawa1 be an others tHgan for his fort .. bt fW a d" r"
N. Y. 020 000 000 000 0-2 7 1 Iag defendine- ChalAW JiuUS AM a ga d

Cander adhs bee aen %Amto",
Podblelan (3-4) and Landrith. fora- quhC gj tu
Abotte- 135 wa o stok owu so- -
Ngtam e WY T04 sn t Than scoes th ured obfy 36 ngofs we wtht I fsu ro w l
Milwaukee 001 000 102-4 1 1 Dave Dulap of NewAk Del- H aan s he vwlLoompete in 'rn s' a's tan b

BrRooly 001p002-3 5 0 ware nohd(and Bay G frd from the Wit ), n mt eh if eeva n ,i0
Wilson. Burdette (3-D0 and Dallas. John Garrison of Alice, .l,9 Ota inflWitom w atZ Cmit p -"ln ileat- a b
,c iu. me thp hotYls-amtobe. I'mmto I"Fp ii*Vthati m" :lthis O.
2aysoasefaore0te Hoane Of find me % plcc b dh be Then I tooki
BChicago 010 01000100-3 7 2PalM Springs, ca a rk fr rs t ltss e tuce is

watsAlongk. Lindell. Dickson, Bow- Fai. it

Oman The Fort, Hetk (1-1) nmand Sandlock. 'wJam.
a hWRONG WAY-Sam Tagiarini seems to be h e going thge wrong Au fo tgeatee n beB.'r"
way rolling end over end afir st reckped br o adi e dI h by Thomson for right-handerA L $ -

Braschnd, fa sidee dring ock-car racetCevys a end' Sporl'

A "Blind Low Net.Two-some" The pairing o first 1 l t w Giant and Chica o onC._l.
has been schedule, for u mor- matcheS hoe. ..n. ..aee.eid.ybths

row. After playing, everyoTe will Phil Whitney vs P. M. Trim. Jr. acufe ret 0 ay
M. Tr~m r.chumacher oftertr Giants sys
draw for a partner and use one- Bill LeBrum vs Joe Salterio Schumacher of the giants says-
half of the combined handicap. G. H. Pescod vs H. Colbert Relati Ditor Ciff JafPubfe of
Bounds like fun, doesn't it? S. L. Henry Byet Direa W Cliff Jaffe of
It Willsimplifyi ithe finalj A Shore vs W. T. Jamlson dthubsW a ta"e never for
woring if each participant keeps Betty Coleman vs Chas. Der Tmsn a of Hacker for
an individual score card. Re- N R. Cobb vs Nellie Whitney Thomson at any time." th 0 % Ti.
m imber also to sign, date, at-E J. E. as hye Elsewhere -In baseball, the
n~mbec ardo IF J. E. Davis Bye Cleveland Indiana will "black- .-- .- .-- -
test each and rce eachrF. E. w.Smith Vs J M. Rennedy out" three hamegnimes on tele-
.ier sce. "JA. Maoubray vs L.R. Franklin vision to study the effect an at-
The ime is 8:30 tomorrow. M. Weathers vs A. Vallarino tendance. T he ect on at-b
morning, the place is No. I tee. M.E. Banks ye tendane, t blackout will bea Au-
fI't Anador Golf Club. We'll N. J. Lewter vs D Thoma ong 12 A rlean d
,,g zu you. W :stt 12. .1n ul_ e_. roa :,
pI*be looking for you! W. A. Epperson vs M. Weathers gums wi be 1e1eW to make
Summit Hills Golf Club News H. Tetten urn vs E. L. MKeown upgam wll be to make
hoS Juvenia Watch Club D. J. Studebaker ye. And the A' have
mawo a adieb~i"-ei&1jj. one
home of to rainfW out
em do]l.edr "
New York had boo re-scheduled
for August IT. That has bn
cancelled by what. he NA call
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Panama Ladies Amateur

Invitational At Gamboa

Gamboo is preparing for the they have a gal at Amkdort1*
inllux of Lady Goiters that will will make us forget Mr. Me-
participate in the Finama Murray and her daughter, Peg-
Amateur Invitational ..1 July gy. Mrs. V:c and Peryv were
tquallf)ing rounds July 3, 4 & Just about the best local prod-
5. ucts, and were a real to
Cerveceria Nacional, sponsor watch on the links, and If iBuE-
of the tournament wil have dys protege is that goo6
the prizes on display at La want a took.
Mascota, across Irom Anon Virginia Keenan was oule a
Post Office, iand after looking golfer, and I believe the leUal
at the prizes, I have come to the chIem for awhile, and the, tin
conclusion that the house work me Amador has a gal by th
during July is going to De ne- name of Keena that Is just
giected, and hubby will be pre- good. I'm going to get a
paring some of his own meals, and look at all of them
The old man won't have to I'll let you know, and maybe
be a baby sitter through, as the take a few bets.
Gamboa Cub -is installing a
nursery to handle the Infants
while Momrna Is touring the
The Ladies have commenced
their practice rounds early and
every day Is a fashion day,
contrary to 81ate rules where
lemLnine golfers are prohibited
on the courses unless attired In
slacks or dreaes, the local gals
are unanimous in their choice
of shorts nor the iemtnie golfer.
and it does my old heart good
to see them on the course.
The manlert in which those
gals smack a golf ball reminds
me of mlr early married life
when the old gal met me at the .
door after a nite out. Boy, they
can swing. "'ow Can a 100 lb.
gal cuff de ball 200 yards, when
I wLigh 250 lbs. and can get
only 150 yards. I guess it's all
7- In the swing.
These gala just can't be ignor-
V Cd, they are good, their scores
confirm It and a more enthu-
astlc lot of golfers can't be
n Loud, and not otly that, they
F ok good on the golf course,
* what more do you want.
There will plenty of competv-
ln in this tournament. The
ld Coast has some classy
dgoera at Braze s and Davis,
Oleo Burns will play golf with
ncpt of the local men and un-
Sless they are t the middle
Sseventies will be t them. she
hits the green In. regulation
e figuresM idthe last time I
played with her at Brazos she 'Ste o
had an 18 inch putt for an even ot nI pngo
par for 18 holes and missed.selfal t
s Marie Parks Is improving every ceon'hilniat ot t Yanem
a day, and she gives Cleo an oc- eP l
Scasional trouncing. Marie is and eompletig the double
gal to be reckoned with. tombers won, 8-4. (NIT)h
d Buddy hatimond tells me L- .(

e m u pur uiHtmt.o a fA n p. iOfwI

Sailboat ippers ost

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that Mdmoltc)P i n fte and V7.
the m OMmternal ta you
Trangle Ia In tuU couM elwaabp tlfcould! oe
It has nothing to with loe of boat rht
nests or dnEa I. nfdlity, 1-h he has toa "
though there are O~N-a of week- portant the as,
end widows in the p at of ail- for Instance, a bo b u
t raclg, Just there a glf Boros D to a Htter
widows, fishing widow and ktn- of fact Knae M a
dred victims of other outdoor book, too c at
pursuits. Rht (Va Von)

skipperbattle da other every trIcr M are ll
week-end to h e fd the toReand y Att
mWt nd and ike t st er fat.aitorA
be iofbeep heis ulpder th6
From time to time, y read hatch.
about the big ones., o nt e por
pas-the loftyp d d hen one oL creL members
water racers whoa Is hl ht I"oap war writing
ca"-year" aftht ba tUiOB M ha tled kt and ask-
chul oi, tftO d: *Trdtai arrb going to- gve a-
am. ALa An- way or secet weapon. are
jamB of 'em, hxxnapp an-

... d.a., __ a a j m that levsrn
bea lr high and dry
0r OWp

crift ilim ; ymql fd mare
-tandore ,oun a~tl at toh haIf
wbt startltK gun boda.
Tbme hras been a Little Lagftu
in, sullng longer than In base-

The enthusiasm that starts
thet off young and keeps thEm
xot I/d a to a number-tf
fate. t Iat hard to explain
u .yol'w raed4 with _
also Cmbe to te mabashe i-
sienary work of sailors 11ke Ar
thbeJxap Jr., who luIits:

hou ON.m the qurterdec e

hn p hl in 191,8 that .h
must bVM started when he
small m th to wwlkudw ahe
in eis o

Not so this one. It's based on
eoK hard fats, as Commodore
Hatold a Vandrllt arees. It's
a oohel. o racing that ought to
satisfy recent landlubbers newly
llataltedt, by the Eternal Tri-
angll, a *l h old salts such
A.Mn Mton, a Long island
a o o benlow#d to the
bW be fWtr he had capbs-
4d:'" Wo mnd my daughter;

It Oably occur to sabl-b
.n rd this book that poat
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U"- c Minlt outtil tth* stl.
i^".X~. vsI ny n tatlkina about
the htfl-tmach fight for the
finish Uim.
Natlve Dancer's loctey learned
tIibt leton In the Kentucky Der-
Lao a a sailor with a dirt
lracok'ta Nof rit water un-
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Rocky Graziano'

Announces He'll

Make Comeback
BJy United Proe
Former Middleweiglt Chain
pion Rocky Graziano has decide
ed to make a comeback.
Graziano, who retired abou
a year 'ago, says he weighA
around O16u pouhd# and Is I
good axkape. Manager Irvini
Uo(en says he Wil* start at onei
Ilping up bouts for the 30-year
old Graziano.
The New York slugger wox
the title from Tony Zal4e In 194
a. lbt it back to the Gary
IM a n ai middleweight 11
m.thes latpr. The 160-pouni
title has been vacant since Raj
RobinsoI retired-
Another nmidleweight In thi
news Is Olymi4c Ch nploi
Floyd Patterson. Th IvSyeia-
old New Yorker scored hip aev
enth win In as many pro start
Monday nilht when he scored a
third r6und T-K-O over GordoE
Wallace. New York matehmakez
Terry Brenner wants to send
Patterson agUainst a "name
fighter neM time out but Pat-
terso managers would rathe
bring him along slowly.


Cricket News
'The long anticipated three
way tie In the Atlantic CriCket
League was finally rallsed last
Sunday iten the Exeelsior and
Morland clubs won their engage-
ments. thereby creating a tie
with Gatun's Fenwicks for first
place. The three leaders will see
action again this Sunday in
their last d heduled games. Fen-
wicks take on Wanderers In
Gatun, while Moriand entertain
lUver City at Mount Hope and
xcelblor tangle with Midland
the Clamp Blerd Oval. Should
tr tbams remain deadlocked
after the hatches, the play-
off willraby Ibe on the fol-
0i Sndal.
1io l of & ladt Sunday's
Sam td the bowling otf x-
celdor's Malcolm Perch, who
garnered 6 wickets for 11 runs
as Wanderers were dismissed
fo ar J. Joseph, 22, C. Groves.
18. a .d 0. B3own 13, top scored
tow WanM" r. In reply Excel-
SAoAi i2 fo f wickets as
P. SpoaSSm bteiBr4s3, A.
CaTshpU 14, mad Allan Ham-
ln, It. A. Coomba earned the
bow g honors for the losers
by has sng'three wickets for 19
runaAtCamp Blerd, Morland
diemleld Surrey (playing with
8ly men) for I runs 10.
Car t, 33 and 0. Wison.
L. C. "ank" Cole contributed
3 rut S for Morland who lost
only three wickets In passing
Jhe &uWM total

Sports Briefs
The wdrld's third leading
pacer In total earnings Is deao.
"Dr. Stantoa" collapsed after a
one ,mle workout yesterday
m lno a&t Hazel Park nor De-
tnrt and died of an internal
hWnla. The 12-year-Old
&Aad earned $170.000
O~blU career.
i nB t nl racing, 11 three-
radi have been entered In
,8 0UiO Peter Pan
at Belmont Park.
mB p 'ta ,'a "Invtgorator" Is
VOttorHte in the prep
KWtIU 13 Belmont Stakes.

NO Pressure On
Pbat's Manager
P..'.lH, June I (INA)
ey, despite a sec-
team, believes he
than a lot of big
most anything I
," the Pirate man-
aaled. '"The club
o bdly In 11 that it
eor xperimemts."
ue Vic Janaickz.
ab e's abus Pilay-
!'Osl, through a National
K Is tougher than
'Michlao liDe."
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Mass Flight To England C

TAMPA, Fla., June 3 (UP) W. McCoy, 47-year old wing
A 15-plane squadron of the commander and veteran of the
world's fastest atomic bombers, air war against Japan. It was
the Stratojet, sw.tshed north- likely McCoy would span e s th@ Op thee "'tL rO ry
eastward cci ay on the first leg 1,588 miles to Limestone by the pe pl know the truth and W coul y i su A
of a histonc mass flight to En- time the last of his 15-plane .
glard contingent' thundered off Mac- TWENTY-EIGHIE1 YEAR. PANAMA. RL. P., WDINDAT'J!NE 3.
The big six-jet planes are Dill's two-mile runaway. ,,. -* -.
sched.,h to begin alighting at
their Br:'.Ish base by about 9 The sweptwing bombers, each A
a.m 'h-u.'h dv. as big as a superfort but carry-
15 more oi i'te Stratojets on took off at 15-minute intervalsA ir
each i the t two days. on the three hour 17 minutes c rery
The 4,580-st .mte mile trip flight to Limestone. h n .
was to be brol-n at Limestone, ---- -
Maine, w-nere c;:ews were to rest
until Ehortly after midnight to- Srie
night after their three-hour 17 USAF Pb Ad
minute run from MacDill Air Set forP Friday
Force Base here. .) r mr
Actual time in the air on the
tr i was scheduled asheight WASHINGTON, June 3 (UP) scheduled to equip 143 wings" extent, tactical wing of da:
hours 59 minutes for an aver- I Nort Dakol Air secretary Harold E.-Tal- Talbott said. fighters and fighters .bombers,
ours of about 500 miles an hor. bot aid today that under its new Talbott said the "interim" goal the secretary said. He addei
S speed of the stratojet is Funeral services for Dr. Law- 120-wing goal the administra- calls for "not less" than 110 air- however, that fighter produce
more than 600 mph. rence Johnson, who died sud- tion is buying planes on a wings by July, 1954, and 120 by tion under, the 143-ng ,pro
Together the 45 planes made denly Monday night while on schedule that would make it December, 1955. Those wings, he gram will be used to moerrnit
uo the 306th medium bombard- vacation in Minnelapolis, will be possible to expand U. S. air said, will be "Fully equipped." National Quard and Air Seserv
ment wing, the Air Force's first held Friday morning in his power quickly to 143 wing if He added that the Air Force units.
entirely jet-propelled strategic home town of Grafton, North necessary. will "try" to reach a. 114.-wing As Talbott testified,. C.
bomber outfit. Dakota n, Talbott told a Senate Ap-. strength by 1954. Hoyt S. Vandenberg, ouat itg
The first pl ne aloft today proplations subcommittee that That was the goal previoahly chief f staff, awaiteV his
was piloted by Col. Michael N. Dr. Johnson, who had been that the ultimate goal of the disclosed by. Defense StoretAry trn at the witness.table.'a-
p------it----e superintendent of Canal Zone "flexible" budget .for fiscal Charles E. Wilson. denberg was expected to
Zone schools since 1948, would 1954 will depend largely on re- 1Ud4er the pJterim progrW, that lie still favors the most
M aWL ft IlIarAZ have been 52 on July 4. suIts of a defense survey to be Talbott said, no "mnalo sam- ripid polble sehlevemeat Of
rigayr Of JuMr On receiving news of Dr. conducted this summer by bat -type" In the 43-wtig the 14-wag goal.
.. Johnson's death Gorvernor Sey- President Eisenhower's new blueprint -will e elUmiated Talbott sid he does not klo
Order s S New Frhan bold issued the following state- joint chiefs of staff, except Strtej ets pr i i ty what "chance of emphasis" will
Orars, ns W Fasion, ment yesterday: "Whether our goal is 143 scheduled to equip combatt result froth the survey by tht
"Dr. Johnson's influence as an wings or some other figure we training wings." Tbohe lanes joint chiefs under 'the direction
-4 o APisl1s educator went fpr beyond the should know In less than six have not been ordered, Talbott of President E fenhower anC
boundaries of the Canal Zone. months," Talbott said. said. Wilson.
JUAREZ Mexico, June 3 (UP) He combined outstanding ability "Aircraft procurement Is still Deferred units are, "to a large "If a resultln, Air Foce-'pro
JUAREZ Mexico, June 3 (UP)as an administrator with far- "-'--.'
- Mayor Pedro N. Garcia or- sighted ideas in the field of
dered the "de-pistolization" of education. The present high t
all Juares residents today fol- standards of our Canal Zone i
lowing a courtroom gun duel system may be attributed in.. .
which sent the judge, attorneys great measure to his devoted
and spectators fleeing and re- and untiring efforts.
suited in thie.death of the plain-
tiff in a civil suit. "Aside from the exceptional
The courtroom fireworks er- record of achievement in his
upted yesterday after Alfred chosen field of public education,
Alcala, 40, filed suit to dissolve Mr. Johnson made a notable
his partnership in a garage contribution to the life of the
business with David Villarreal, Canal Zone in many other ways.
28. There have been few events of
During a hearing on the suit, a public nature for the promo-
Alcala became involved in an tion of the civic and cultural
argument with Villarreal and advancement in which Dr.
latter challenged Alcala to step Johnson did not actively par- -'
outside and settle the matter ticipate during the 23 years of
with pistols. his residence here.
Villarreal stepped outside,
turned and fired six shots into "There are few among us who
the courtroom. Alcala succeeded have been privileged to render
in firing once in return before useful public service to the ex-
he was killed by three bullets, tent which he did. The Canal
The outbreak of gunfire quick- organization and its Individual
ly cleared the courtroom. The members share with Dr. John-
Judge, attorneys, spectators and son's immediate family in a
police fled in terror, great loss."
Villarreal waited in the court-
room until the police returned, VshTwn
and thensurrRndered He wa SiNG THEIRa- littl oh sinJ" A=
cdthanre w murrendered. eVishinsky Salls VT1HAKsA ToR n
chared withesurrdered. Hethanks to members of thee 5th Regimental Combat Temuh"p 9tf _
Maycharged witha murdeantime, two payday raffles, raised $18.00to vard establipfl8net at i Bois ,
deredyrpoliceaato "stopenall per`ForHeSeoul. To be operated by the SeWIr. M. C A., the
except officers" and relieve HOm Opes the 5th who died in Korea. Fourth A left, in rear
them of guns and ammunition n .,-- I. .of the Seoul .,.
- standard wearing apparel in ToReurn 10 US .--- .
Juares. .- ..-
NEW YORK, June 3 (UP)-
I Andrel Y. Vishinsky, chief Sov-
Ulcer ulet Union delegate to the Unit-
ed Nations, sailed for home to
t Dinak An ing cday on a sudden trip and de-
Ea, Drink Anything clined to say when he would
pil return.
PAtA r Tap hl Dill Leaving aboard the Cunard
Afer Taking liner Queen Elizabeth, Vishinsky
brushed off newsmen and to
NEW YORK, June 3 (UP)- questions on whether he plan-
A simple pill that permits ulcer ned to return to the United
sufferers to eat and drink what States, replied only: "I hope
they want within 24 hours and so."
induces healing tissue to form
within four months was des- The Soviet delegation prev-
cribed today by an East Cleve- iously had said the journey
land, 0., specialist, home was due to "family mat-
Dr. E. A. Marshall, in a paper ters."
presented at the American Me- Semyon K. Tsarapkin, Vish-
dical Association meeting here, insky's aide, also was asked if
said the pill, containing large Vishinsky planned to resume his
amounts of anti-acid chemicals, duties at the United tNations.
prevents stomach acids combin- "I'm sure he Is." Tsarapkin
ing with pepsin to form ulcers said. "I don't know exactly
by eating on the walls of the when. It depends on his deci-
stomach lining. slon, on his family."
Dr. Marshall said the pill
must be taken every half hour Tsarapkin confirmed reports
during the day and twice dur- that Vishinsky's wife was ill,
g the night to be effective, but said he did not know the
eatns of the treatment on nature or seriousness of the -- AN BLIND-Annfe th ic at Langley *a
revert to their normal diet model of the "Venetian Blind" s atrgae-looking agraft uted i the 1,
within 24 hours; 163 had ex- Vishinsky was accompanied The curved wings of the four-propeiUllet plae open. sad shut like a V
perienced no flareup after 33 by a secretary and two body- airamat engineers was to produce a..lke whileh aw.rise ikp.. belleo UW t W.
months; 107 reported the ulcer guards. the* ca avI~tieoJ2at airplane ... -
returned after an average of ... ... -- ...1 11 .. ---
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Horror Star's The

Wife Finds Him Judge's Bench

'Cruel, Inhuman' An employee of the Ft. Kobbe
Sales Store was sentenced yes-
terday in the Balboa Magis-
BHOLLYWOOD, Calif., June 3 trate's Court to ten days in jail
P) Film. horror star Bela and fined $25 on a charge of
Lugosl, 68, the Hungarian mo- embezzlement.
vie "Dracula," wias accused by The defendant, Inocente Dits,
his fourth wife today of being 33, British Honduran, was sp-
cruel and inhuman" in their prehended after he gave a friend
home. $2 worth of meat from the sales
Mrs. Lilliam A. Lugosi, 41, store. According to police, Diaz
riled suit for divorce yesterday, pretended the meat was paid
charging Lugosi had caused her for, and was to pick up the
great mental pain. anguish, package for himself later.
suffering and humiliation." Two Panamanian trespassers

..The couple married Jan. 31.Ware each fined 10 In cou-rt. i
1933, In Las Vegas, Nev., and urclo Si 8mons, 42, was found
separated last month. They had of trespassing in the
separated twice before and in C 1 Commissary, while Carkl.
1944 had a divorce suit on file Leopoldo Sanches, 26, was fined
but dropped it. for tlMpassing at Ft. Clayton.
Mrs. Lugosi said a property
settlement had been reached Ha pTide
cut of court. However, she ask- ,a
for custody of a 15-year-old Thunr day, Jume 41m do th
.. Bela George. on grounds 94h L40g
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Registration for the ouaer
session of the Cank l ZowEi3 wo
College will be held Fidy w l
RRoom 301 at thb Co e.
The claose, in bahth mot-
Ing sessions and those to be hmld
in the late afternoon and evenl g,
will start June 8 and exte O
through August 1.
- Student. hay register. Friday
from "8 to 11 a.m. from 12:45 to
4:15 p.m. In h*e afternoon and
f1om 6;30 to 8:30 Un.
n ad i regular eol-
le lveho a new tit.
Btttaell -rom six te-i- Mr ,
age'who Intend ta ly to
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