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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
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
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01617
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Bilx deal.oof nt-ental Air- dantlal section here. The report-


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!Sigt a story by th e ocky
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WASHINOT
AFL President
day accused P
er of falling tt
sponslbillty" b
cffic proposals
Taft-Hartley I
In a staten
cized Mr. Else
ing his action
mendations"
the law shbul,
He said t
made a majoro
prompt revisli
Hartley act
merit 'the res
labor and mai
*6Is Presiden
ing to keep hi
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has carried ou
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gin in July.
7Teaecurity
The statiMent sam the couple two bloks fro
first met in October, 1951, at an Department B
malntersaly celebration of "Call Leod has an
Me Madam" In which Miss Mer- went to insl
mal starred" on Broadway for Wednesday., s
two year., place "a filthy
TI addilafi tM vmina ax Prom-


T *- uW| .f. 1-. a** MIUn w eWs, awry.WW- UrpMnuim a o s erng s
prip, a i ry, i. Aan,.T Jr., foar d newaspapdr. Iden- of onental Airlines, Six
-I Cual anes has been adir yesterday, 811 Wt re- controls operatess extensive
*e A faire eltedm o NAtional Pa- ported. to have purcbaa 4 the oil properties in Colorado, Wy-
Sp.tat of a pro Deer coming and Utah.
R AH Adds Up T
n it $h:* I' n Para ise OE
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For, Some Ohio Eh
SBY Since mIM-e .*omsny h employs In the form *o bo- work system. Twice a year
,, ttat, caut direct Jabor la Its nue. Last year, with eam ye are rated on thier
40 g r od4uct by. 0 P cent. But Anil roll of $5 ,%P work as to' quality, quantity,
S VJe "--(MU employs tour-.tea a many Lin B Electric ervilon required and cost
Ywbv' -.a1 plant h people *i.lt dHd thipOis gross auio u-$5 million ., retin ideas and effort
.We e worl ailg last yi -Mre t40 of$ tT, 4 ,Atthe end of the year the
a ye". millimfo. r for si x-month ratings are av-
e.. w ls o tapand eh worker
Net a_ s a t alson ac'b6 or is final rating. This rat-
of thoseea an annual iB in lectig cale related to his base pay,
Of yera h et at an ataa un a. e how much of 'a bo-
.. - i r.p.S .. per. Mi. ta 7n 70 a '- ,... .. e will get. It averaged
-, er .elSit e. te own ,. luft year to 100 per cent
s.. k 4e n ti. h the base pay, with some
Sa* a .g l workers getting more and
e-n lM. *t' The. n of""aod.ttenfairlal ofi ay na" .ome less, depending on their


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the lace aft
McLeod pitch<
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Sthat certain attendant
ale factors play a big part.
he workmen,. partlelaly
th amu mbly i ne t. u i.
the welding mahln@&MI
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Pledge Assured; ROK

.ON, June 6 (UP)-
yGeorge Meany to-
resident Elsenhow- ., F i' '
o "carry out his re- '1
a for amending the M,~
law. 0 -.
nent, Meany criti- -
enhower for limit- WASHINGTON, June 6 (UP) President ['
to "mere recom- hower has decided to send on urgent message to
to Congress that
d be amended. Korean President Syngman Rhee asking him to
he President had the Armistice agreement the Allies seem about to
ir pledge to labor- in Panmunjom.
aon of the Taft- The message was the outcome of a suddnly- cWur
to make the law
pect and support of White House meeting between Mr. Eisenhower and
management fense and State Deportment leaders.
it Risenhower to- The Korean armistice apparently is already oa -
Spledge to lab?" toblished fact, but the only disruptive note bi the attit ~
"we do not fee! he
t his reoniuty adopted by the South Korean government, whick
later..." threatened not to abide by the ceasefire.
.h Useda It is reported that the US. at- iif Korea Ift should beM
rUSh US~a titude Is that South Korea will ed-aain er the
Bave to sign the armistice as soon I= does not seem
n T Ie as it Is agreed upon by the Unit- their, that the Uni
nU his ed Nations and the Communltq would agree to the
_"._ .at Panmunjom. of foreign troops from K "
M s Howeer. Mr. Eisenhower 6 the unllaon of the
deeply concerned over Rhee's re- the prent time.
action and, It is believed that in Cbnsequently. It Is 1-
ON, June 6 (UP)- his message to the south XKo- that Mr. Eisenhower has
tent security ffi rean President he has offered ted to Rhee that he
eod has helped to him some incentive to mq te him armisticu prop
be.CRM I"A Althy change hla.2)r1nI n ble!rwayto ezd
S,. afeee d- ut an end to the
1h vaserub brush. isenho ew ds6 t0e0-Sh
was l at p Ia I tons for ending the Kore war: the Comm.un .
lirt &t McLeod (1) Simultaneous withdrawal As far as the withdraw .
fir-l lt. of Commuast and United Na- foreg troops is oneerned,
tions forces with the signing of cording to the terms of the' *.'
y dlIvIdo. is about the armistice. mistlee this will be dlscumss
im the main State a political conference whlh
ulldti4g where Mc- (2) A mutual defense pact with meet 90 days after the .te
office. When he the United States. of hostilities. This eonu
pect the division (3) The right to act lndepen- will also deal with the g P
aid he found the dently to attain unification in of unifying Korea.
mess." Korea. Official sources decmug lw .
the U.S. has not changed a
lunteered to scrub The United States does not least from Its position on
er working hours. seem desirous of signing a mu- mistice, but there s stI 1
ed in. He concen- tual defense pact as asked by that some solution will be
thing woodwork. Rhee, but President Elsenhower to the problem presented byt
could give assurances of defend- South Korean government, *:-
problem which could wll
Yearly about a break In the r
Judge Kern Again between the two countrlfe.
workers Named Chief Judge Lod Fascinated
enty his organ,- By US Tax Court By Fire Engines
'Jbdzed feelings"
e Even In this WASHINGTON, June (UP)- Starts 5
old, there ha3s The U.8. tax court has announc- Starts 5 Fires
union at n-ed it has re-desi ted Judge
union at Li hn W. Kern to be its chief PEORIA, Ill., June 6 (UP) -*
JonWudge f hA 14-year-old boy who was
ral government inning July 1. -cot of firehouse No. 4
ltloin. In a 10- July today he set five flrei
adOe Just ended. Kern, who has be a member have kept the firemen buos
E~ptric escaped of the tax court since 1937 is The boy was arrested
whopping taxes currently finhin his bcond firemen became a
out its whopping two-year term ashlef udge. He how their unotfl asset
Lincoln won the is 52 and a nativeof Indianapo- ways managed to arrive at
before they did.
rofit-aharing planUs. Authoritis said the "
a around the rest onfessedhe set the
Lry. The Councl Rockefeller ts cause he "likes to watch
rng Industries fire engines go."
Sen 12,000 and O.K. From Senate
about 20otimes Finance Committee Mr. AInric To h
re. New ones are
at the rate of WASHINGTON. June 6 (UP)-
week. The Senate Finance committee i
h as' approved the nomination of IUs* -ar
Nelson A. Rockefeller to be U n- H eas ap ro ed thnnmi ato
der-Secretary of Health, Educaa- -
tion and Welfare. The nomina- SAN F 3*NCI3 ,M e.
tion now goes to the Senate for Mr. Am1Steae of 1
confirmation. ben erdered .
reason? me isn't aa Ame -
Hearings Slated U. s. iumigrvue. ais.
tor Brune gAMer
For Defense Dept. here yeat y****
Shakeup June 17e Mr. ANolM:
W, Up)- tleat Le Ansgels f qtho
WAMINGTON, June 8 (UP)- 195L s now at Ya V
Chairman Clare Hoffman (R- B. C. am' watig tia
Mich.) of the H0ouse G.oement tIl.n ba. k to h l'-
Operations Committee his an- Seath AfriL s
bounced that heb w eill start Barber .S GiUlma a-
pJune 17 on Elembho- tered the U. S. fem Cased
Sa's plan to r e iS ee- a 25-day w*_

2vFW Posts Hold '"*- f'"r
Barbecue Today ..f -
VVt Post No. NIT md No. 100 to 91 ,
will held a, ot babeOue with a. w,
refruhmefl rt the depart- a te4 em .e sens .
ment rtiew anera council ad- emh u,,wihag ,

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:Reconstruction


Under surveyy
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gA TO'oN, June 6, -
.jA drab government office
*,,lt g here may once again
h e the famous theater it
0 s. on April 14, 1865, when
.Abraham Lincoln, attending
a play, was shot and fatally
wounded by John Wilkes
Both.
Congress is inquiring into
the cost of restoring Ford'"
Theater on' downtown 10th
street Just as It was on that
tragic night, reports the Na-
tional Geographic Society.
!. The intent of the legisla-
* tors is not to produce plays
at Ford's again, but to make
the entire building a nation-
al museum.
The government already
operates the Lincoln Museum
on the first floor. Approxi-
m att'v 'lju,,~ visios u .year
Ssee the mementoes of Lin-
coin's career, and try to Ima-
gine the scene on the night
that great career ended.
'DISAPPOINTING'
Proponents of the restora-
tion bill say old theater build-
j i n w is '(iisapponiiLng' ae-
' spite its exhibits.
They contend it should be
made as authentic as the Pe-
tersen House across the street
where Lincoln died and which
re gainedd substantially un-
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(NEA Photo by Fred Sparks)
BEARDS ARE SI5LIr TRADITIO with French Foreign Legion.
This trooper grew his in [lado-fl'ina before going to Le Kef.

'Army Ghost' Al Gruenther


Comes Into Light Of Day


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Mercenaries Contracts


SpecifyFighting,


Not College Eduatibon

By FRED SPARKS
LE KEF, Tunisia, June 6 (NEA) I am viAitin6 an
outpost of the Foreign Legion in'North Afi here
Arab nationalists have bee shooting and 6idling
French citizens, tossing bombs and generally acting un-
friendly.
The Legion battalion here, housed i' n ancient hill
fort overlooking Le Kef's minarets, watches for any Arab
-trouble makers. ,
These mercenary soldiers would love to find some.,
They signed five-year contracts which specify fight-
ing, not quartermaster jobs or free college education.
Zzzziingng bullets whistle their favorite jive.


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A Legionnaire fro Austria
with a chunk of his left caI
minssng, yawned: "Nothtng
he. Vry boring. I ha ask-
ed to go back to Indo-Ol.,
Yah, yah. I didn't egage
the Legion to play water
polo."
WATER POLO
Water __-olo ftI. f
i one pastime shat makes
temperate Le Ket unlike a
movie veral y staving
trooper at e Kef must
mind his deep knee bends or
soon he'll look like he swal-
lowed a beach ball.


The cook used to chef ti
a snooty Budapest mtaurant
and the baker created straw-
bery tartk, crow0e with
Whinped cream. tor P isian


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gournets. a tore -----a 2. we e t d
WINE ^Sj oct AN.?iUNT
W .ay .toln tli.nUwal m .... --"
The' t r in North ouild shi The Pteuk t
There's table win. for all from Sto -s W t l
r~ua indft ig yTi0ltlng gn wefa~e a of

The other night a Cuni 960 to amor Puate s law
other wa ,^ n tah cad In these. lat. ,
SoROUH STUFF
armed patrol in ROUH STUFF n .
The sniper hasn't been In cue of any real rou r of a
scratched to date, depite a stuff, Fort Le Kef woud iant St
saniffing bloodhound sUrMYe. protect Prench farmers and me: prao to my


l i neanta g an Aled seller
to blt "$e.Me& and
* 4Z tl debt tba

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A tivla wesnv.s t09

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e'he







resh newIMa4 4 aMmnou.
safftisa. 'Si
"Sdetatefairj~aa
or ar pollopq tirifao.

thtey ^5&i&
fr. new~ as sea ftto n
aUltes.


CRY 'GIVE AWAY



Runs High S In U. S blicL-n
tury, it has not been rapid ough to suit Answering hisown uton he ad ed
thoa think that the U. S. should gat rid that,. ". s mue on t _vnune pr Of -0,TA
b the tide- of. its holdings. pays the. states- a o of Uthe
Elsenhow- That this has not been done is due prob- receipts I a e of Se. utP-pn 0.
iblic power ably to the spog and wasting of land are made only when revenues are iv .
ry Douglas resources by private owners i the latter When no tUmber Ia s'u4 or no lW# 5 S awe
focus on the half of the 19th century. mlndk nA. pappeiaW are made. ig o
ts call "the Grasslands wer over-grased. .Tber "With ru emepon, the st.
Wl* over eat oaralanda were over-cul- local gowmu nm rkutve lew i '
tivaled. Erosion set In. America's greatest riAt. Wiat g .attB f federal -..
ne fire has reasorce-Its topeoil-went" down the riv- sUp tlhan ey Would recetre if the
s question.m erla smuddy Iloods we at held and operated
pa Owners9
ing federal Coner.w atieM LiS '
ervatlon of r.o., -W a ,--W MI. *f '-a I i M- i
In Atb acl 1Pt-"ei and A Lh
.ung the e istratlns, ;hf ttenj o. t SOut '- V -O ,e ., I. '
Sand prt- begn. ins i a '

The first conservNn laws passed. It Lv.. po :
the bene- Grasung and Umber-mtting p tiesswe an be s toen
his is wh forest and grasmLand This ,b Re o,. .'., _
10e may be pubican land sat id water oMfove d. Soee thei -
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457 million Franklin D. Roosevelt, these tonservath oI should he m. .s.t .-son ... ntsQ:ma pS'11 ,
the cont- policies were pursued even marU OaWre- so a1 to put a* ad tle p. te o f
sively. Instead upo f continuing with ofhesde- 4) *N Mthtt ed o ai. oth 'Am S 52fB
public lands poal of public lands toprivate owner- end e
ost, of the ship, the government began to acquire ad- 3 l aU
'rs In this ditlonal lands. OOgP Pkgfrm '- Woowd abe
itana, Wy- It is to stop these additleos to the pub- ;W, .. .. 2 rlt
o. c domain and to e the old poll- The gRepubgla Pt 9wtS


blio tn pravase owner hD pRhat e ltereea d shoudi he ,, NT
acr en of avey promoted by Lau Lee, t of
tluding ando yoars prulident of th U.er, to S e i

Cardle, chief the case for int he aa te r l e le
hanged by sition of public land sad for topa The W5i5 a 147 4m
st or game ilg a maximum amount of the present pg1- Mae oe 3e5 insm eIB t


shingto t o of Commerce. hID. .h e .
5 Deadministramtion Isng he naBonll-R. Witisitaw reh'hd
ber Manufacturers AsoelatlnTIm""MJp 0
aad 3. McCardle, chief of- the U. 8. arethe
S and lluroBervice, of heading a mnutepusuer the io
mernt bureau program which ir federal rade. .' .
or grazing, steaint from no one. *.. ... .,
lion acres; Lee, a Yale lawyer, makes he m the... ... ..
lion acres; JacksonvIlle, and heads -atemtage em- -"*W ,-
ublie ands ad privte ownrshi t am. NW 02.110mtd E-h .


en I,eu in appearance. --
_.ere has been opposition
to the restoration on the By DOULGAS LARSEN $100 per night being a referee
ground it would be a "mon- at bridge tournaments in New
ur.nt to an assassin." WASHINGTON -(NEA) Yor:, wht!- he was a junior
..t Nati"nal Park Service C,-a. urau --aximilian officer and teaching at West
oti.cials in charge of the Gruenther, who has been point.
museum feel thai the thea- named new boss of- NATO, is
ter, restored, would permit an Army "ghost" who made
visitors to visualize the dra- good. rII, fl.D TlC
matic tragedy of Lincoln's He is one of the very' few LD EM Of I iA TSji I
death ana hence to review officers in U. S. Army history
his life In ,harper focus, to achieve top success without
S; na ng. had a major com-
DIAGRAMS mand of troops in the field.
General George Marshall isJ1 n -JI K
At the present time, only another one. -* IJ
diagrams drawn on the mu- There have been many, of- O F e > '
4u1m ioor and a dlorama of flicers with Gruenther's special
^. iL... 16r as 1 AULi sAW'.-4/ abilities -keen minds, wizards -B PETER EDSnonN
looked snow visitors how onl iLaif worg. oralliant plan- BY r -wO
Booth entered the President's ners, never forget a detail, WASHINGTON -(NEA)- With
box, shot him in the nead size up problems instantly, lands bill finally passed and the
anQ escaped by leaping to the completely selfless in letting er administration policy on pu
sake. their superiors capitalize on spelled out by Interior Secretai
,0 rd's was. Considered one their talents. McKay, interest is beginning to f
o hipesi; theater in tne But they are usually destin- next big item of what Democrat
coius1t tZu the te Lincoln ed to retire as colonels, or give-away."
saL in' One of tour private perhaps get one star as they Th is s the public lands lssue.
boxes to see the comedy. "Our are aged-out. A great deal of smoke and som
Aumrican uousim. They're too .valuable in been thrown up to becloud thi
.eoulls In IM8 after a fire, headquarters to be let out There are two sides to it.
it *$ nearly l,70u petsou. with .the troops.m where the oneo ide argues for continue
t,.0s ilig actors. ad pro- promotions are made. control of public lands for cone
ui..4.ons ol the person ap- ----- natural resource.
pV.red there. Fortunately, u u e n t h e r's Te other sride argues for t.'
Aowing 14ie assassination, special brilliance, and a lee l o er e to stategovernmeonrs
Ut1. .ver. bi, as were Jpo0a, of Wk, enabled him to escape ladsovr to stt oerm
a me aorn per- the fae of tWe average, ea-
t-.aces were ordered cancel- pecially-bright staff officer. n ....- O rtD __b
e.. His luck was meeting Oen- Bene fit Of DbbUt
water plans to reopen the eral Eisenhower n 1940, dur- ....
th,...er ,or plays met with l ing maneuvers In Texas and Neither side will give the other
sui strong puollc disap- Oklahoma. Gruenther was a fit or a doubt. There seems to 1
.al inau. the Uovernmesnt major then. die ground in this argument T.
ma"m stepped in, first rent- When Ike was given the job the coming fight over the issi
&and &non. ouying tae of planning he North AfrIcan intensely bitter.
g for$. 100,000. campaign he asked for ru Thore are today some 457 ml
enter's help. As Ike expected, of federal public lands, exclusiv
WAR. DEPARTMENT Gruenner periornied br '77 million acres in Alaska. The
Slantly. acres represent 24 per cent of
The; thatr was remodeled "*But it tagged him as the nental U. S. area.
Into a three story once penrect g.iw. -- ,c .J,, Nearly 90 per cent of these pu
building long used by the out of this-world creature are in the 11 western states. M
v..; upartuent. who performs some kind of fussing over public lands cente
An 18av, 22 persons were magic li back offices which, area, including and west of Mon
kited and 68 injured when Uran1sOLms n4e iront-orace man oming, Colorado and New "Mexic
pal, of the building collap- in o a hero
btMe., but it was reoulin and He" played this ghost role Game Preserves
conilinued In use for offices. for Gen Mark Clark during
.da i., the famous ld- the Italian campaign. And The approximately 46 million
ru)c collection of Lincolnia- when peace came he'was giv- public lands in the 37 states inc
n... peYi exhOited i en a super-ghost job in the east of the Dakotas, Nebraska
Bpdingfeld, I., and in the Pentagoh, Oklahoma and .Texas are mostly
A ..canen nouse, Was moved Named -Director of the Corn- .ed" lands.
to ford's. bined Chiefs of Staff in the Thfy were purchased or exch
- eileetions from this col- newly-created unification set- the federal government for forest
e- ee,.on, prous- ior real up, he was called on to be preserves, parks or military Insta
isions, cposoe temu- a ghost for the Joint Chiefs In the eastern, states these pu
acquisitions, compose the mu- of Staff. represent only from to 9 pe
seoum exhibits now on view. In this job, woQrkirig in en- each state's area. In the west rn
...oulu re btora. on forced anonymity, he had a percentages runim from 35 in Was
Vul be hampered by lack key part in creating the long"- in Nevada for an average of
-~~sh pla, orald photo- range strategic plans which
E oofw tea ursatagely th and guide the country's defense Classifications
c f ep ado- forces today. He also helped
a WuAny remodel ag pl set up most of the new me- By use, all the 457 million acres
gram ould prablyit n chinery of unification, sifted like this:.
ie ie prove exnt--- Btreau of Land Management f
faltioes' in the basement. Many times the late James mineral and other rights-180 mil
National Park Service of- prrestal, first Secretary of Forest Service reserves-158 mil
flclils say the seats and Defense, and the three mem- Indian reservations-57 million
gS would be usetl for bers of the Joint Chiefs- of Bureau of Reclamation Irriga
alding anniversary obhar- 8taff said flatly that without power projects-13.6 million acn
vanes and for giving talks Oruenther the whole new de- Sol! Conservation Service -
"a-Khol groups visitng tense machine might have acres:
Wahinton. sin stalled. Forrestal once stated: Fish and wildlife preserves--4
Sentiment against using "It's t bd that the gen-. acres
Ford's Theater for plays* eral public will probably never National defense installations
, seems as strong to' know just how much the gen- lion acres;
wuit was among ln- ius of Al Oruenther has con- Other miscellaneous-2 million
plsu mourners 88 years ago. tribute to the future defenses The total area of U. S.'public
of the United States." been declining steadily for a
unch PallW Turns When Ike took the job of' rom the louisiana Purchase 150
building up the military forces to the Mexica cession in 1848, pi
)ut H t F joods of anti-Communist countries In were around 'O0 million acres.
S H ovt Fo o ds Europe, he asked Oruenther to With Texas purchase in 1850
OANC. Ore. (UP) A be chief of. staff. Gadsden purchase in 1863, public
pant empl-ye, tired of The Europeans who began rose to nearly a billion and a qu
old unches, as nvent- doing business with him re- -the all-time peak.
uihe~h box that will heat cognized the youthful, 51-
9 0 In short order. year-old General for what he Diospo l
Lott said he had pat- really was: a mature, Intel-
his ides and was work- leetual statesman, with the 'Over Its entire history, the U. I
on plans to. produce the most desirable qualities of mil- posed of pore than a billion ac
Stary dlacipline preserved in public domain. Cash sales took 3
n 109 inches ,long. x inches his persmnatly. acres. Homestead er another 28
am 6 11 lInches wide. The Thqr respect for him be- acres. Outrght ft a to the s
Is for a thermos came so great that it spread counted for w SUlon aWes. Ths
m eld msna. The up- to the American public. b% dbtwml.
Sremovaua Ole -F yl bonmtes to veterm
ouI_ cowm- At the same time his Eu- Revelutionary War and I-is-cent
tos a meuWag i ropLr.ui : .ioeztes diseuvered lean War.t mUillio are oJ
three of them. The him as a delightful person to Uc domain under private .owvu
egprteauta ean belknow out of the office, with Otranti to Wbteru faroaeds
s eao' m ere- a host of unmltary accom- t pletIs u ? nee lsantalu 1
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b 2ian .electric The best tennis players on' Fnlly, tUmber, mineral and 0
Sel*& ical the continent came .A respect vate 1" elkag" took up aLothe
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he toe dIs1, -1. top bri players In the While this disroal of federal
rsiAet Je ... d10. They wer -nt s-rpris- IF *ls has bean at the #&
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Tenique;'Traffic Expert Says

K WA8HINGTON, June 6-(UP) "We are all aware of the need
-If you're an automobile driv- for the peak mechanical condt-
1 er, watch out for teoigue and tion of our oaf for safety's
velocitatlon this asmmnr. sake," he said, .bt we pay too
i That's the warning of I 8.little attention to our own fit-
Harris, who has taken a few ness. The mechazia perfection
liberties In the way of word of a car la nullified when a
coinage to come up with these driver who is fatigued .r sleepy
two items. Is at the wheel. The driver au-
I larris, nationally Known tra- tomatially tnWs 'Into a serv-
S. .. tee station now :an4 then on
fic expert and'executive diec- long trip to have tires and
tar of the American Association water checked and to refuel. He
of Motor Vehicle Admntratrs, should take stock of himself on
explained that tenigue a word long trips and when the need
he created from combination for rest Is evident, stop and
of tensions and fatigue. rest His system needs refueling
Tension results o ra the also.
frustrations ant huy-up of
modern traffic. Fatigue, he says,
figures In about one-third qf all, '
accidents and comes from over-V lw
long spells at the wheel with- w El
out rest.
"Tension warps driving judg-
ment and fatgu, slows down
Sreflexes," Har zexp 4 aed. GARY, Ind. (UP)-One of the
'Thus hen te n .ver tion's largest steel miles Is/

Harr de that, tt ortelevision.n
C* tth W 7td States Steel spoke-
wagen e w sdu- w t ten- mad sod the corporation is In-
slop an-4he V19W 'to act stilling a TV camera, monitor
t si vty'st fadiflb his and receiver at its Gary Sheet
put brakes on hi r flfamu and Tin Mill.
Narrta added that, bia pin- V
ion, the best antidote for n- The public won't able to tune
igue is rest and refreelhent. In on scenes of the mill in
He suggmted a halt of at last operation, and the mill operat-
10 minutes every two hours, a o can't switch to the ball
cup of coffee for new alertness, glae.
and a little walking around, to
ease tensions and to loosen taut The TV installations enable
musclea. the mill operator to keep watch.
Velocltatlon, he continued is and check the condition of the
his word for an avocatonal steel moving on the 86 inch hot
aiment that many motorist strip mill works. The operator
Ontracet on superhighways and will be able to watch the hot
thruways. stees as It leaves the last finish-
L nty or sixty miles an hour Ing stand and speeds a distance]
seems pretty exciting at the out~ of 3W tbet to the collers.
I" of a run along a sqper- A spokesman said the "extra
f 'he tald. "But as the eyes" of TV help the operator
f by the monotony kid spot potential trouble and take
the efortlssm and declsonles corrective action before thea
motoring conditions begin. to strip is coiled. The camera
work on the driver. Unoon- commands an over-all view of
scioudy he treads a little hard- the strip from the finishing
er on the accelerator and te stand to the cooler.
speed maat s to dangerous
rates without his being aware The TV set, comparable to
oft -- he glances at th the home type, is mounted on
ed. a control pulpit from which the
"Tra too fast for sure ator can keep a constant
handling -i the car, th veo- L
citation nufferer is wide open
for trouble In any traffie 'emer- To provide sufficient light for
agency. When the symptoms are the television camera, the mill
detected the smart driver will is n t up Ike a Hollywood stu-
make a rest toqp, p oceedigdo d. piners have installed a
only after speed perspective be bank of 44 500-watt spotlights
come normal again." on tour-foot centers directly a-
The traffic authority also bwve the run out table on
had some advice about driver which the steel strip travels to
physical fitness. the collUers.



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-_of the Midl ad F'ar ZJs.tiar ohe t1 hot with
lacss 4nrlk or sa or Both, and
AMtes of BradU& tea .mrow, mtotla t American can
L Jtrmer of an lislea Americans say bat English
managed to bring e seeds coffee may beood for some
at first grade I from Ceylon things but not fId drinking.,
o lds iold in southern Sao Chinese and Jas we tea
p r t B r a zr l l I o f -A # r o -" V ,' T .. .g g so n t h e '
Pl. Cultiva on of the shrub drinkers use. a.ll cups, the
in Brazil hacateen unprofltabe Russians .i glu and the
before because of the low aqui- -Bedoss of' tbe desert small.
o available. s.ed and plants. glasfTbta inks ad but-
In a,. dze u!aan tea rats-= ter t heir tea and cr-
era feel that ty have turned ta Mongold trien ke It withI
the tables on the at Indiatn, a bt o sio raia tea
who made themselves the leaves occasl a pickled
world's la gest natural rubber and eaten i at viable, and
producers witph' *S;tat TIn SThho -la d -thy soetme
Ltt ,ew e .m e *thwesomeitmos
out of braty mLa n Ver hief produces f tea areI
bslu, China, Oeylo, 16, Japan,
The BarMallan, toa mrp stlJ Iromn r llfMt umatr a
An -AwroxiMat% 13,000 and Jav. In to Brazil
pns a tn- t e qnialty the Southe LwmorUn ntons of
0 'good. V Wt Oduetlon of Peru and Ita grow some
tesa is etimatd* art l, 7mA Oo .te, andc tOin s b has beenI
pounds anlaally. successfully attin Austra-I
lia and South AT a
Tea probably mankind's It al a hwhas grown In
favorite. beveae.lout Carolina, bijZtr costs
eaue a nation of cooe drlnk- kelt the vorth A rla prod-
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pO a yelar. ritain uses a- u wt tea from other sewe-
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More Complications
"He said If they sent me back
to the Ulnted States I'd be sub-1
Ject to the draft. I thought I
was going crazy and the Judge
said he never heard of such a
case. He Vent me to bhe Ameri-
can Cp ulate In Frankfurt to
apply for first papers and they
turned me down because I need-
ed three years of Army service
'r4t My head kept swimming.
'When I tried to get a fur-
lough to visit Greece, I was
warned I would be seized. for
induction into the Greek army
and If this happened, the 1. 8.
Army would list me as absent
without leave and I'd be sub-
ject to courtmartlal, ;
"Finally the judge 'advocate
sent the whole mesa of prot-i
lems to the Pentagon' in Wash-
lngton for a qul solution
and that was the last I ever
heard about It.
"I Just sat tight in the Army,
managed to get transietred
back to the United states with
almost five years of Army serv-'
In and all of a sudden I guess
Mi a citien," he concluded.


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struggle '
It bea after he was
brought e from native
Crete in 147 mb relatives. He
was on va jidntt1 Vima and
was 20 yM old at the time.
"After A tq pont of Eng-
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said this tp a itl-
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a Whole He
said in o wen gI r nli
I'd have to erv the Army
three years, not a day less. '
"To do this teerve three
years) I had to, apply for a
discharge. After six monthly oI
got it and found the six months.
didn't count when I re-enlist-
ed for three years
Goes Overseas
"Meantime, was a.dened o-
verseas to oermany and had
to step iu Cleveland where im-
migration officers said that on
account of letting my student
visa expire, I was here Illegally
and as soon as I got out of'
unlfArm they would start look-
ing for me.
"I no sooner got to Germimny
than a captain said I was therd
illegally because only U. 8. citi-
seom were allowed overseas duty.
This put me temporarily out of
the Army and in constabulary
headquarters. I began trying a-
gain for citizenship. *
"The judge advocate decid-
ed I'd have, to sign up again;
for three years not coating
the 10 months I'd had by now.
go I applied for a discharge
and went back to elist.
"The Judge said, ."sit down, I
have bad nes.'
"He read a new regulation
that said no one could enlist
in the U. S. Army unless he
had his first naturalization I
papers.


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Handy seceseries for keeping your back yard or perch "livin
room" neat can be retrieved from dust-gathering household atMI-
eles and livened up with paint to blend with outdoor furniture.
Although the heavy pottery vase this young housewife is palating
doesn'. suit'her InteriOr decor it will do very well as combined
paper holder and paperweight for the norch table.


BY KAY SHERWOOD,
NEA Staff Writer

These days you can improve vase with a bright raised floral
your budget by' culling your design that doesn't look right
stock of stored-away misfits anywhere in the house. By
-and rummage sale purchases painting the multicolored de-
for accessories which can be, sign white, the green vase
livened up for use with outdoor blends with the rest of the
i,u iture. It you want your furishines ar I se -'-, as "'. er
back yard or terrace to 10ok holder of paperweight. When
like an outdoor living room in- the petunias finally bloom it,
'stead of a ruotic pi, lnc around, will serve as a vase. ,
ie e p ashtrays, wastebasket,
vase and paper-weight handy. Old smoking stands, too bat-i A beautiful look for the beach l .ahived by these girls with "W ry fteenter). Ib t's mad mt *J t Wta, Iove fl6u iSl.
termed for the house, can be of imaIntive new Jwly ad scarves. Girl (eft) Wea forms, and weighs almost molla. At right, different typ0
about the leaned orup and freshly paint- heavy-looking "gold" metal massed at wrists and thret WiMtheomeailerent type of heD er--y aA. .ly
There's something outhecleeu ndreshlp t earrings to match. This new jewejly Is actually almost w*]g*-. paited and strusg ea coral a. terry cllo ape-ate
great outdoors that inspires ed for the outdoors. Banding I earr wings T ew lotiyns at alnlt weirly m aed jga0":I aj. tey e 7om eal
great outdoors that inspires ed for the outdoors. Bandin less and girl ean wear it in swimming if she likes, e wk huge pockets protest souders from excessive s Suc
ua' w v t e y psoele a o stamp them with white or luminous can't tarnlsh. She has mote fragile look with another set welr ells foitr a slde ta. om
out cigarets on the grass, drop paint will point them out to *
crumpled paper in the flower smokers in the dark. A small
bed and tos nrvispanei on the barrel painted white with staves BY ALICIA HAM T extremely Unportan$ function; rolled on. It's up to th users fair, girl, a tan m be
table where the first stray colored to match furniture seat NNA Beauty Editor at the beach of hiding your skit of thea creams to take theil ly only a few
breeze will send them flying. covers makes a decorative from the sun before it's tooasi gradually, beginning with a routi a but.,
bastebasket. On the beach this summer late. Iew minutes at a time. Mh Iflarles. freckl*"7 w
Naturally, most of us d o don't you can emphasieze your beauty ,fairer you are, the em e cau. coarse pores, be -
want' to trust our fine acces- A catch-all basket in wicker,o with accessorlee every bit as Experts say that even the tious you must be. deep lines o
series to the casual outdoor to swing on your arm, is a fetching as those worn for the best sunburn preventive creams Your complexion., eIu l. sult over a. ofm s
-.le. So bring the dust-gather- handy aid for Monday morning most festive evenings. and lotions mustn't be entirely, may be rlUd forever con-I Bo, tan can,
ers out in the open where they picking up when you retrieve Girls will be wearing exotic t tinual' Incautious suneav if very cau tthe
will be useful, and touch them the croquet ball from the jewelry on the beach, made HELPFUL HINTS pei beauty.
up to blend with the furniture. bushes, find the missing spoon, from tarnish-proof materials, n
For. example, I unearthed or the Sunday guest's lost orm- featherlight In weight. -Unlike e
one mistit gift, a heavy pottery pact. the pieces you're accustomed to -
in winter, this jewelry won't Don't attempt to p
make you feel like removing it hot, dish .without a er ..... .
ea.... he et t hot, dish without a pot, i h ,o
Sbeouse of the heat, and know ahead where. you'e i '
You wont wear the Jewelry, going to set it down.
of course, while you're acquir- .
ing a tan. Once well toasted, Children in the familyshouli.
however,' ybu canwear it with- be trained to pull bed evers idl '
What If Your Husband out fear of white mark. the way down as sooi. as the
at Husband Your ehoce s wide. Thee' ars. Their beds get some
a new "gold" -metal that is chance to air this way.
P s A Bg r Frt worn, in great masses and looks
Puts A Bg Car First huge' and bulky, but you'll Last thin- before leaving
scarcely feel it. It contes in ear- your kitchen, check all gas
0 o rings, bracelets and necklaces burter ath s 6d that none hsve
a or adorns a bathing cap. This been extinguished accidentally..
What is wrong with a husband who is far more interested in metal cant tarni, Sa O wear it If they should b e off, be sure
he car he drives than in the home he provides for his family? n swimming and in' your they are completely Off.
Recently there has -been a. number of letters from .wives who shower, If you like. ._._....
S Flaim that their husbands don't care how the family lives as long Don't cook in too-small
as be has a shiny new car to drive. You can have exotic mother- Donsi leat cook in toosmallr
The.y4 se of-pearl Jewelry imported from eat le lu b0
... They say that even though everything about the house is run the Mediterranean. It's cut to Turn heat low after boiling
S down, there always seems to be enough money for the husband resemble the shining animal- serpo s tooreached. Donfull. t fill cas-
to trade last year's automobile for a new and often more expen teeth charms worn by African serol' s too full.
sive one. nat4VLes.
t t s robaro.yt a White enamel decorates ex- Find the leak in a rubber'
It is probably not necessary to point out to these wivesthat pension bracelets and earrings h or nne tube by aply-
..heir husbands are immature. That they still have teen-age two Inches In diameter. I tu- by
standards and an adolescent need for feeling like big shots. They Straw is woven into flower Ing soap-suds to nthe sure.
get that feeling when they get behind the wheel of a shiny new wreath for neck and wrists Bubbles will indicate where
automobile. and single flowers for the ears. hole are.
^I rd Shells of oysters, clams and yo te -
It is the one way they have been able to figure out to say to snall are brightly enameled If you wsa th painted su-
#'.= he W~r "Look, I'm somebody." rand' strung on coral or gold face of your hoise, a paint Job s .kMf A.
chains may be put -off. for a while. Be- looking e sy beg maedgw I
VIFt S OULD POINT OUT TRUE VALUES i ne lect a day after: a good rain, if .
You'll need something at the possible. Hoe a- section, pcrub It's t 0. f at,
E ,But can the wife do anything about the matter? Perhaps. beach for occasional cover-up, with soapaud and hose again bride A
t er.job is to try and make the husband see that how a family so why not investigate the new to rinse. .OvertIp to avoid Wood s. t.
lives is far more important than what kind of a car they use~for cotton jersey stolen and squares streaks. ding k hr
transportation. and terry cloth stoles and bo- 4h 1 t
lero shrugs? One terry cloth Paint on- dry,, sunny delays and says, tI
She may be able to appeal to his need for wanting to tell the stole is deeply fringed with a leave windows open except can't be s allyin
'-world he is somebody by pointing out that a man's economic cape-shaped back and big pock- those through which heavy cint
4taJ dit is Judged by the way his family lives and how well he eta in -front. dust woald come,
la able to provide for them, not by the kind of car he drives. These cover ups are more Here's of .' ,, toC
than decorative. They have an Ke paint brushes In gooddin e- ''
She can point out he absurdity of a big, shiny car parked in 0ond_ yn peo of ding!, o "l -
$A',he driveway of a run-down, uncared-for home. 1thaz by wecatt Thes pt t der, wie IIIe fMet ." t'


It would probably be good strategy for her to start entertain- -.oft ea ine., .~abrici soap. Db no bend of crush
"" as' much as ahe can afford to so her husband will see their bristles le soaping and r
... ime ,through the eyes of outsiders. thoroughly.
But there Is no quick and easy- solution. There never is for r flature Woman When replacing a fuse,
the wife who is dealing with an immature and self-centered hus- ways use one of the same'
mand. ing. Ntver substitute any o<
A mature woman sometimes piece of metal for the fuse.
gives a masculine look to her disregard these rules cc
Sf appearance that is totally at cause serious damage.
Inn s r variance with her true, femi-
IIIllng il Is erfumed nine .personality. She does this Yellow and coral are inter
by wearing man-tailored suits Ing colqr,. accents (or an e
-- and fedora hats. American room. A (fatat It
She belietes t h0 e clothes to vincial pattern In ai ell a
When you soak up your sun- be neat and in classic good will permit the graceful out
shine this summer, you needn't taste, but one wonders if she of this kind of furniture
peWll. medicated" or "greased thinks of becomingness. They show. to best advantage.
beas oe of your tanning oil ch may become the younger worn- yellow welting and a matel
Tpere's one on the market which particularly If the is slender tassel trim toeiahaso gr
will wreath you with the seent r excellent body proportions, ful contours.
of a famous re perumethe mature woman.
he stiff tweeds and worsteds For cleaning and polls
The makers claim that this suits awd their broad glassware sooh as sumb
tanning oil screens out harm- ers a n d p r a e t i c a 1, vases, candlesticks bowls
ful rays of the sun Whle It skirts provide no soft- pitchers, rub with te
dEaxes a smooth, even ta-- nea for the mature woman, of baking seda a te*
all while you enjoy the worldly, a es9ftaess, wht she needs small dampend brush will.1
sohisticated scent. Not only Ift you'e a mature woman you to apply paste In
you be" s ewwll taned-,* whose habit It has been to wear ridges and to remove rest
your skin will be silkier than Wa r n-UIl*oro4 t s, why not, the spots. RIne and dry.
,eer, say the makers. "bcH .tlme you shop for clothes,
..tn a dresmaker suit or Wooden b
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daughe e C lo of "an Fraf'sse re^T T Colen Utdt e ,g
let., to. Cateasa., son ef Mr. glMs&. Aath#ay J. American Women's CI8
c4was eleumtued *m May-a, hl*- met li I Obal
the0 1esse0-iIafetnt Cbmrc If Nw
Ulp alby premed th dlN
m re as Dve, eutertAlned with a hr Td.-
de wn kerchitshower and britdteO t
Her g6W Club Wednesday to ho b I a
Hen dw-hny- Robert Noll, wbo IS iepnf
lnhe.M ,soon. for the 8tea.
li er telef .e o Ue.riB t Y e iot s er
long 009V-CoverL eoned l. mit era ][
thehafts o KI rest were rtsent
was gbodie a the were won by
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and w:?erue pto froni a tnf ace Arbet te
bustle 11111Md- ,a"d!
wrTiara., wih the Hotel
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silk welt ballroom,
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SL.t v e at a attendant. She Mre balle .
their m r g at ran Mna length gown of clfly- St. Mary's Alam ase NeaoeiiS. ltc; 2. M. W e
..., d USp S u a May .oRuoff rgaret Io pleated-',* tlle slip- wer e St. Alnmmee As ci g and Mrs. Ch'eu.
appl.q.uedm A the rA. She WeI sdaMY,.Juneo 10 Adt t he;Par-
w ord a aiAn w e Ian wlbow ish Hal of the Miraculouso At
length anitts. er headpiece Medal Church at 7:00 p I.mPeR OMP mma,
_was hea rt ped, onnl carried bingo will be layedfollowing, JoI B Fefe
Atai.e d tinted the rating. AI members are athe ee of N
V. n.SMlii luAMR.gr ill r vited to attend. Mr G V ta o ar
M: ',.-was best man for Utht _r r iA Corpus Christi procession VaoeAl, Jr., m. Jo-- '
or Tao tt o the ceremony was will e: place today a. 3:u0 sallo, Mr. Carlo. .
^ll .I; tn.^i o ,,Mr. John Ltan op m. MAllalumnae are requested Mr. Ovid- I N.alel
I "r *You just tan''t, overdo caution "AveU ariaI' "P. 6uAei", to meet at the Academy. Lince and Mr. 3. 3e s
at whon there aresmll children and "On This Day Oh Utl-
.m. .D. .IthbA edd in dinner as hold Mrs. Midge Locke McPherson
ol faot i bra t put dl iwdately follong the ro left by, lane riday for a- &l
Ifnrle lemony at the H te nf buies. trip to New York. tShe





-. "^an '& Mil ap , t-+h I. .mutu st;dyname which!pad t ha .11- crbard an nnego h Cotle wll s rturr to the Isthmus b. y r
Sntotst, s wd traditional wedding cak ,which the beginning of the school
6411sa' 14#16i w. lMil 1111ll e .lirilled rPa. or tn -id bid ewas topped with a miniature year-. (Ci+pt d by PS
E7 theAhome accident 0 .fpar- bride and groom. W*slv
hinr ~u tAmo31io'' n e-yearT* .. ... oe.ny an ell ou o10 lane. the -olow n dy heRo ug YOa, n. IoColon, arrived S r
.f hostudy a nd thatrat 4A6?08 a two weeks honeymoon at or a vlsi h DUSR33
UMa sud' and he a Niagara al and Montre s w 5. received hat demtt .
Art Af. mleast.,er o en t Of the annual c anda g.Her oing-awayo ent yart as a certified Public o
Is. a U W iM otal cor deaths A was a beige suit with nivy Accountant from, VIIlanova HowIad o v
..I;oulblue accessories. Shb wore a College In Peinnylvanla. Tog 0G9
So m. Ariar li'. p p Itc, WSatea white orchid corsagn. Fno mdo.ir
1 "ger," said an of cial of the Neither side ~vl. my, Fort Monmu th, New iJer Mr. and Mrs. Prancisco Wong, John Stebeck.
Cort ant. M~a i~2 To eat company Institute for Safer na ep set s y, formerly of Chicago, a Sr., has returned for the sum- .t 8 I PM, 1 ' wu
who th rah mee-,-Living.e buTots just love thoex- T 24 0 4 Pass cousin of the groom was anmer-v vacation, after complet- h Ak a r e nO
fl not o .- dangrs o-- c dmb nown ewi ndoY w n[ir pa o Pam unexected out-of-town guest hl his fre hnian year at Yale r oO C
dagerofCn i window for the, nocas. oUniversity at 1ew Haven, CoAn. a. arkinson e.
,or Mr. a.. e #..eoh rwh.oa+wt the e -etheo Mr. OCtanzars is employed Nei re -
Sd a with othe i Transpertation Leslie Croft., Jr., of Oatin, NjUAUIjtA
md, o e wCorps as ax ;gineter. They will s aled f friday fr a short visit glceNo
ury to .dren is from I can piai- the bidding of reside on the Isthmus. wot e th his andparents i Nr- r 9W o "
Te o X4TAoff Port.]orout of win- outh in today's Allae d merely n folk, Va., before elar ting 4n +*-
o Caribbeanl b will be dowk. Next in rank are scalding oIltuog sut .'Mat, it -too Consulart, Ansoelatbn the United States Navy.
held on Monday at 7M30 p.m. and poisoning. e InIt.Iniaca pair tourna- CeleIrate I2tud Andiverskry TILT
t.i*&IIg sometimes rests meant. li 4IIh an event the An gjl rec6ptioh. a) esock- MIL'd Mr RM. p R3-fZr.Y. Cq ~ e
Mlp ents of male halt of .1i4pWoehU1 t, yi p o was iVo, oInthe balln- he oe114h1ll4r ti .Wen Dm a
S coffee usually tye t-d p yas omay room the lMotel Washinf-gton aTndl +. .mu f T 0as.
,o noted handsaUtpo ible patidularly riday evening by the Cona ldd ia on e a- vised
t nConsular Au No.ta o cele- cIy of tue CrlstobAl I= ITIN
.. , .bra.te th, Zoere d III te ID b
n- Iid you, I dop saythat its tomdta'g blo, = ; neW7t T
rturt- theid talca are Justified, Ance Receivg the guests were Arnold
tIded sometlm es 1ile oian is a bet- thae dof the Association Miss Jaekl Sthofield bas re-'
.G'. tally ter plder than 1 eta ,I am The Coladim. These were: turned from Tallahass Floi
r .l o -. ,t dANwater merely reporting what akes tie Conl of Nicartagua, and Ida, where she hat Pedmoleted Ju W ipe
S"ramestps. place mst mixed air events. Mrs. L JA. A. Ducruet the ta- her Junior year, at the Florida ....
NIriV 4ll CA s. .prts would id. a lian donsuil and Mrs. Mario State university, to i the Of
I% The was ce study blamed a WUt the South handd in- CapitauE. the Consul Gentral summer with her azenti Mr.
r. 3 t o9f ll sa. of f.hoirlpO Mtt e- of Haiti and Mrs. Manuel Cas- and Mr J. A. Sch oeld, of NTNT ON W. .
0 tal. neglect. parts, lkWiIse, would raise tillo; the Consuil of rance Margar_ ience Collins IIa
n qA. pts to stor6 Ipades if they tailed to bid the and Ur. Margel Gringoire. bless turned n i
turpen cleaning and suit the -first time. The experts Over two hundred members Rainbow Advisory Board tried t a.
fluids, insecticides, me- would be hil ht OrdiIi." -mbutoand guesattended. Present MIW. g Inof.IIliquIwithN
oven aspiin r well out of this time th'-warted to play for the occasion Was the For- Tb Adsr 6
ac .theha"lfY he had his wish.tr of nama and will meet Monda at 7:30 p.m.
Stip i o e Guzad, of Pan&-At the Hotel Wahington, When C
or.." ANO s, a.. ..+ and Souh eau + tofeel sorry mACICL ore guests included ft0 F1L
VU bdmif"..that he had Insisted ona 'nti oC LrA.
.4a" a tha Io~ t. At s padres, the the a Zone, from the The R bekh Cb hold itse-a mf trdging off t4 agas
4o.a would be one Atlantle ide, with reptesenta- regular meeting at the Criks- to gt bills fr them.
a e diamondMaud one ives aof the Army and Navy. tobal Masonic Temple with Faed wh
In bst#A auled for a deet. President, officiating. 1=10
talbrgo.chrewAvln hye e trnFollowing the meeting a par- td the mey in
st as hltanis tob brewdl~y.Lplayed the "A & waW at the cel po sale was held.

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fCookcribsfrbeddummyu ladtatt trick. T e d ac ClU The Odd1 Felloes joined the
1 111 Itor ih withd wto honor grup for refre te, .*it
asaway=Intone cobedrins wInAtgM mothers r. GVioleto Ms. d310.W1N. E61
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SFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
S Household Automobiles D -" ioev e dainlh o e*---' Gramlich Sarnta Clara beach-cot-
O"" O- Write Akeholi Aamemymm. S e stages. Electric iceboxes, gas stoves.
-- c, FO SALE- 1950 BUIK SUPER 208 Ance C. moderate rates. Telephone6-441
Ed.F,,g-.,d,, refrigerator.. C'. E 2ONVE0.TIlE. Ex8e1 EntLcoion---"Gayboae 4-567. Pedro Miguel.
if',h~ng mdi're radio. b~d,0,:-n'.. E icO 1 for.. irredEte saleo'D7i- WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. F
w 'n, mch,'e r dO. bi d..n' ii.nr, 'Prcd for ,mn ed..t e .ale Cetral Avenue. K Street c rnerW liams' Sant Clara Beach cottage..
,ap- dir, rc.r r..re luc.u ,-,.. L n r to Cca Co- Tle ne -3479. Panama. bedrooms refrigerator. Rockgos
abo. char: D' e g r. l IF Pcnor.: ------ ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except
"iccle/i mT.elrB.iboo.u- u-..i-ho.l ru.- L- .I J9 PONTIAC ,CN & Thrr:igh the Panama Canal aboard week-ends.
Ve'n Tl Bitoo .041 Hou. TIBLE. Sicr..dard Transmisr:on Ihe Hotel El Ponarra "PesCadcra
-'.f.5 Ancon Bi.d. INext to h.-.ue R. 'VW-S-W T.res. Mechanal'y; lun:h included 0 0. Frid FOR RENT
6..,. pr ..-~ Gcod Parnt Good Body. June 12ih. 6 a. m Pier 17 Ba:boa
FiOR-SALE- Ore round m hogar. AU iC' EISENMAN, Tel. 2-2616. See your Trael Agr or hnone Housge
-.tab'e wiIh lour chairs. Call 82.1 r' "" Jungle Jir'. Pcni mi 3-IC60. ,
-4137 daos and 83-4131 even.ng. FCI" 'E -1942 CaoilVac., 4 door. A VISIT TO THE-SAN BLASIFOR RENT.-'Furn;shed hoae with
FtOR SALE -Westinghouse Ore'r-gt : .0. .4 cu ft. deep fre-ze ISLANDS! telephone and refrigerator if in.
n or 25 cycle Wet5000 FuioS rer.gEr ,... Ccill 2-"42- b:weI 4-7 June 12. 13. 14. terested phone 2-2 145. Panama.
Ar..:. household goods. 143-C p ,. 533 i-C. Dis St. Dicb'o. The Irp c.f your lie.nA Jungle Jim FOR RENT
h- -t _U Junt_ hru ihe Poanma Canal to FO R RENT
Tel 2-4429.' FOBR .".'_E-Siudeboker 1948, 600 Colon San BiOas and Porto Bella! A
FO-iALE Beautiful genuine Ch,- Li Leasing for States. must sell. three day trip aboard the Hotel El Apartments
ne:e Dragon rug, in perfect con- P 0 Bcx 666 Fort Cla ten Panama's Pescadora. Leave Balboa
dJ.onr. 8 x 10, a bargain n.oho- FOR SALE 19-I4S Fiazer 4-door Fr-day 6 p. m arrive Colon 2:30 p. ALHAMBRA APARTMIEi n d
go9< tuturi.st.C desk built i book- Sedan S35000 Fr.g.,dJo.re refrige,- m leave Colon 9 3Q p. m. for San Two and four room furnish and
,hI. glaos ttp. uno ron flu,er b o t OtO "r t ._ 006F e le tric Bias ard Pc.ro B llo. returning CS- unfurnished apcirtmmnts; private en-
'icr.d, nahogor.v center lab:e Range S 1 (s00 Phone 5-528 or Ion Sunday afternoon. Through the closed garden. 8061, 10th Street.
rr.,ror tap Picture.- 37th Si No see aC 2a-B ur Canal Monday 6 a m. returning to New Cristob.l Telephone Colon
7 uo.r: Tel 3-10"l- -.- Balboa. Meals catered by El Panama 1386
---, ,- e - FOR SALE 19-13 Na:h Busne:si Brng slacks, shorts, bathing suit, FOR RENT: Large comfortable
foR ;AL.E M.:cc! :n: ue. Coupe .H.e 1 473-C, Balto locket, clippers and spears for ur- a apartment installation for hot wa-
holR f,.rnc.u: rc. ,: .e Cci .o Gd cond..c.n edrwoater fish.ng. and your camera ter, first floor, $120.00. Informa-
on(n.: p., hc *he Colnl -- -- -- ard iolls of color film. Pelase make tion Peretil First St. No. 18, from
.:, 9,, .: I -- FOR SALE:-Ford 51 De Luxe four reservations earl,. through your travel 9 a. m to 3 p nm.
.' 'LE ---Bzdr'oon : mcd- door. very good condit.en. low, Ager-. or Jungle Jim Price at Pon- -. 3 r -- -
,' : ,:: d e. c .,-.,e, I mileage. $1.375.00. Guaranteed ama 3-1660 Spec.al price for groups FOR RENT -Furnished apartment, 2
I:r-. r.-.,rcr i.U'C r;cdd.i SMOOT & HUNNICUTT. S. A. of 10 to 16 people. bedrooms. No. II Second Street.
I : C. ,"c'. crgn rl 16th St. Central Ave. Tel. 800. --RESTAURANT CONCESSION Perry Hill. Tel. 3-2694 or 3-4871.
i '- .,. F '. .2 VPI- Colon. _,lds wIll be received in the office of FOR RENT -3 months one bedroom
v -' L:. .'. -. r Pcri:., 'zhe mciager. Curundu Post Restou- furnihed apartment. 52 St. No. 2,
l" Cc:,' i -"-..: I" ... FOR SALE -- 1949 Bu.ck 2.door rant and soa ftountain concession. Apt. 6.
', t, r.::. c -, ."-- ; Sedanclle d naflow radio, un' Bids will be received until 1300, July FOR RENT: In raesaintial sector,
;: i:. .. i.r', visor, plathc scot coers.. v-w tires. 5th 1953 Address bids to Restourant very well situated. Interested party
:i. : s ac.uu i ceoneiI trailer hitch compete copper ex- Offcer, Curundu Post Restaurant. may buy furniture or rent'if fur-
.-Od obi.e 41. House 1475.-B $1.15000. Phone 3-2927, house PIANO PIANO nished. Tel. 3-4923.
Holden St Balboa 98-C. New Critobal We. repo. tune, buy on ll FOR RENT
....-I ,clusive agent of the famous Baldwr' FOR RENT
FOR SALE:-BARGAIN' 194 o Road- Armo'nic and Hamilton pianos.
LE:- Cb andnnerprg master Buick Seden od ire Eay terms. 34th St facing LLIx ROOWS
S troer S15 CU.. .g.i Cha r. 8 Recently overhauled. $795.00. "e Telephone 3494 OR RNT.Snarty furshed room
1. inan elegant apartment for quiet
f-'SA.L -9 ft. 25 c-le We t.,.g- FCR SALE -1951 Prn.-,athc Sd'n .5'ECIAL EXCURSIONS via LACSA gentleman or lady. Tel. 3-2498.
hI-.:e rcfrgerator. \ r, co:d .." rado. leather uplnolstey. Arroson PANAMA-MEXICO one ay $8.. FORRENT -Furnished h-
,x.e-,- uroeei&t-Igod, Call Balboa 2333 rourd trip $135 I 15 day limit I FOR RENT -Furnished ro .kitch-
t aurQ" rl-D, Pedr 5 iguel 'C$ Bb 15. good one year: to LOS een privileges, bathmaEV vlilege,
O.. t..-D. Pedro. .gu I ANGELES one way. $159.25 round! a independent entrance. 46th St.
FO,3. tALE -Relrigerator, Noge ., 1951 LINCOLN COSMOPOLITAN I trip $268 64 190 day l.m.t Pan. No. 21 Apt.-12.. .
Cai. fr. porcelain. 25 cycle. M,, Block. perfe:t condition, Hydromatic, ama Dispatch Service 36 Avenida
be.inipected at 2229-C, Cururdu d.r e low mileage, all accessories Nacional Automobile Row). Tel LE S.S - 'S
Phase.67-5133. i0l) down, financing aoarlable. CallI Panama 2-1655
,107 9 after li.e and Holidays. Embassy secretary desires 'three bed- S.lmm er teo gad1,Ph1, 2. Ca.
FOR .'At E -All furniture Bella Vis- room chalet. Tel. 3-0085. nao Zone teeer.Pn .P BOt
i oadirntment b piece or sets IFOR SALE:- 1953 Ford discounted 3661. ,
Real bargain Ri.,era Aptl No. 10 $550 down. 1940 Chevrolet, fair Desrre hire qualified Aircraft radio Private French ilssns by
-t...iit. Justo Ar-semena. condition. $2Q0 00. Calf 3-5069 mechanics for major airline. Con- groduote .tahT from. Tel-
FRSALE--9-cu. tt. Westirnghouse FOR SALE;--Late 1949 Buick.Suaer EltanMa R troom 0 t whone e 08 Fbytt n
2.-.eycle refrigerator. 5 _lors old 11,50h iniles, W-S-W tires, 1 to 6 p. m. and Mondi y a8 . 'a tlknditions, $100.00.. complete' Irht dPseaot covers. leaving Zone, d.ym. ance ctly from qaucfied
s;zeli heavy duty green. roll porch any offer considered Call Cocoa!0.-m.
.t1 hedro Miguel. Phone 4-440 Solo 392 Monday or Tue. cy. AMERICAN family desires 3-bid- teachers. LJoq Sirs Tel. 3-1565.
edro guel. honeroom house or apartment for long- PERSONALS
term occuoatlon. Telephone Pan- JR NMLAL
.FR WAL!:-- Mahogany toble -2' FOR SALE ama 3-5104. ATTENTION ATLANTIC SIDE TEEN-
.FR a LE: n. 6 chorplatic, cu h- FOR COMPLETE CHANGE Of AGERS: The same opportunity
_. $.,p0n. 6 charto Staest cuth- Real Estate CLIMATE oppties to you! A 3 months boll-
-Ph-e5 00 A2-3 o Stoes Ogutar _- se Gorg WITHIN THE COUNTRY IT'S room dance course for ONLY $10.
Phe 2-3631 __ FOR SALE -Beach house atGorg A N A M NTIE IN N 00. Regstrat.on at Cristobal "Y'
E -Wel.nghouse 9 na. next door to Duvls. Furrh- at on altitde of 3.100 feet hi *- First class will start .k ne 8th at
S cycle, all porelan in and out 'ng. gas ice box and .toe, slep quete. air-rosert t.e Chiriqui 5 P M. Harnett & Dunn.
r1 .,O. Focelc.n k,:chent r.ble en C be n all day our- mountains, easily reached by daily ---
S hirs and two holding cho r dc or D.e -7 1 Cope flights from Tcumen to DviR SALE
';5 00. 05:,' Apt B. Guoacan I i hour. meertl rice at airport
o-n-c\. Tel 3.LOST & FOUND .o u:rcr t .c *o*h 'u *- Miscellaneon.
FR A 0 cycle 14 fr. DeeP- --- First-class ocommodations FOR SALE.-."Sun Radio' all triooe
F SALE.-60 yle 1 r. Deep ST -Par of eyeglasses on Canal Atroctive baringe with fie- Hi-Fidelity anqiiher with peerless
.,ee&le, excellent condiltc.n., ,250 Zcne public bus No 32 Wednes- ,1 trnsformers Pickerng" rtcod
_ALtoE 86i-31._r7 dcay 3. reward offered. Telephone famous cuisine r compensolor, "EICO" VTVM mod-
FOc*SAaiE -Son' maple d.r..rgrc. a-3281 Monday on ideal point of excursions el 221-K, wired factory co bral-
set 0Tble. 4 chFor-, Hut:h cu, Rates 3 meals included from ea. All new. Telk 3-1711 after 1
boord' $1000. 7 u IT. ph.c S-dly p m.
tfrijgeralor Good cordincn. FOR SALE R S 3 meals induded from $50 -OR SAI.E -AH varieties of tropeao
.00. Saddle horse S40 00 Call 2- weekly, also Rates without meals in -
4122 Dalboo, 1459.A, Los Cru-j Motorcycles annes from 52.50 dally. f.sh. 5457, Cottage, Diablo.
E *r dn 'FOR SALE--Cushman moo te;. Family-rates for longer stals.
FQR,,ALE.-Wrouh iron dining- c r-E elltr k tcondit on. Callvtbrok m Negroes Seek to Solve
rea set. A real bargain. Other 86-7237 -" Own Slum PBo m
housenonid im, 1488-A. Dohi- Own Slum Pioblems
St Phone 2.-6416 ... OR SAe
nae rmOR SALE e a. Len-FO nSre


,i W' %i. .l 1. h.esuj .
FOR SALE Sunday Punch Kick Miscellaneo 1
B & M a Je 6*. I FOR SALE -4 door 1951 Studebaker
',_oals & Motors CAPRI, June 6 IUP'-4Adead ..Chqmpion, seat covers. Original
FOR SALE'-Saiboot 20 'x 6' w calf kicked a slaughter houae owner $1,100 00; Westingnouse i
marinee gas engine. t sails good worker n1most to death here refrigerator 9' $75 00. G. E wash-
-1 .?n. Phone Mr. L.nden "5. ySterday. * er-S65.00. All in A-1 condition.
a 5 or 3461 Rodman 1 es 1.465-C. Holden St. Tel. 2-2893.
4- i ,The worker. Angelo DursI, had FOR SALE:-Brand new Zenith Con-
ALE:-32 Fr. Cabin Cruise', started skinning the calf mith sold AM-FM 4 speed record plo- I
ama. Phone 2-2836. Balboa. a sharp knife when the Aninal, er. Mahogany. $200, Albrook i
kR'SALE- Ford Model A engine wbich had been sla ughtered 5106.
for. boat completely rebuilt less two hours earlier, landed with -
*Situfud Marine clutch to fit in & formidable kick on his face FOR SALE.-By compertve b.d One
paFts not assembled. New bronze causing bone fractures a nd Popcorn machine. For further in-
shaft 1 I 4" x 64". lots of soran-.brain concussion. formaoto call at Navy Exchange
W steel cables, turnbuckles bolls i Office, building No 24. Naval
itewsr etc Alho !crop lumber Dursl was taken to the local Station; Rodmon Telephone 3339
*- Vp06(1 Box 211 I Cristobal.'1VsPital in crln cal condition. FOR SALE: Tropical Aquarium
Jil 3-2384. VeterinaTians or the slaughter Fishes, just recently errved Glow
i *. orsexplainedthe case as a hlite tetras, Cotfi hes and Brinea
________ -rare phenomenon of "post mar- "Shrimp eggs. At Coso Mike. Co.on
teto'contraction" caused by the
workers knife strikftigr one of FQR SALE:-South Bend metal lathe
t A calf's nerve centers." ;with accessories and stock. 0582
S" Apt. A, Ancon.
.,,' E Ii"' SALE :-.Sheroton cabinet Ken-
SBATTERIES mre sawing maodhine, Kenmore
with.4eachments. 0 cycle; Ctscc
a re .cominfion ladder ad stool. Al-

ecialmade

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have formed a corporation here
to solve their own alum prob-
ems.
The non-profit organization,
called the Paravila- Heights As-
sociation, is designed to build
$10,000,000 worth of homes for
Negroes to be sold at actual
cost of land and construction.
Attorney E.r.P. Brigham said
it Is hoped that this move-
ment "may become a model
for the entire south with the
Negroeb gaining self-respect in
a movement to clear their own
slums Instead of letting others
do it for them."

Seeing Red
WEST HAVEN. Conn. (UP) --
Mrs. Julia A. Keller sued a hair
rinse manufacturer, charging
that she inadvertently was made
a strawberry blond,, ustin her
so much "humfliation" that she
wave up social life fo r nearly a
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HOLYWOOD (rIBAt lost--
S and Longp bt Ua timnt a
min of' d.',Gayters aIn
technique has ePrdr
an. halin "a escape jom

movies w lth eaer
S riled W. .
Says DuMi: "sie senery
will be b ft It's all
Just p.e M will
atea it-l wti4 Cloo-
asy and Jease Gib rtart
Uagntag, wit. p ale *ehe-
tra. we On't .he bt .- abs.'
phon~orph l' ordes to explain
The idea bringkback memories
of when Al .Goodman wrote a
melodic passage for 100 violins in
the musical cotre of the movie,
"Lifeboat."
"But A]l" prtjd Direttor Al-
fred Hltehcoek niw are we wo-
ing to-explain l o1 iollas in the
middle of- the AAP .,t.Ocean?"
"But Alfred," Ooodman eame
back, "How are we going to ex-
plain why there a' movie came-
ra in the middle of the ocean and
you behind It?"
Hollywood.,trode-paper head-
line
"B ITISHP'IC 1kBS ON .TV
Ina ACTORS."
Theyalso iH 'pdple, might
add.
People who'dont know about It
blink when Ann .8berld.n lights
a cigaret. She firt. lcks the na-
per the ent)r .length of the
weed. Her explanatlop; "Soimebo-
dv onee told te Iftwoul cure a
clgaret cough. It didn't. but now
I cant get out of the habit," .
Fernando Lamas 1q saying his
pace pipe smaklrSe act with
MOM wasn't the result of a new
contract. "They Just agreed to
give me more money-a lot more,
money-and better rcrlpts. Now
they're going' ll .ou| for me.
MGM s a ood studio for an ac-
tor if he's happy. I wasn't happy.
Now I am."
DISC CHORDS
Ronald Reagan tells It on him-
self.
During his early Ilays as a ra-
dio announcer in. the Midwest.
Alime Semplk ePheraon eame
to town and was pruadd to
preach a 30-minute ether ser-
mon. Sister Almee stopped our
minutes short of the afoted time
nd Reagan rushed to the mi-
rophone to thank b her and to
r ounce that' music oula be
oeard "for taOe f r-mlnstes.

tins 111 e ea.MUM.'" Bo a-
tells It. "tatead, he came on
with 'Mintle the Mofther's
Wedding Day-'0"
'Ingrid Bergman hasn't made a
movie since "Itromboll." ahd
hubby Roberto a .t hav-
In l career troubl but thersW s no
lack of money in the household.
Mike Connolly, lust back from
Rome, report' they b 0W a
month for their lavish apart-
ment..



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Abe Guinnes. In
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Plus: The world's most beautiful giJrls
"Miss Unitverae" of 1952 Contest!


ADAM'S APPLE Gullana
Gardiul hs two Adam's apples
.-a1e in the customary place
and the other' on the beach:
suit she displays at Monte;
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On The Records


ini a. lively tune about
horoedcqpes c led
C3L Tinhorns."
M who saw the hit
s hthe "Fugue" was the
Ni i in the musical. Bui
odnd make'a concentrated
oin'at show-stopper, "Bushel
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But. pow Decca, which pro-
dumed. t '"Ouys and Dolls" al
bu sung by the original cast
fe N a couple of yekrs ago, has is-
IMtr- sue* T'ugue fpr Tinhorns" on
wmv!T a lJngle record with the An-
drw s te rs handling the lyr-

With excellent backing, by
Matty Matlock's orchestra, the
AnMdrews' 81sters give the "Fugue
for Tinhorns" new flavor that
should make it stand up a-
gala,' the best of the current
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OekPrqm d does a t~r wI"
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dom," said Mss Mayo, "-in j
the opposite sen 6 ,than it
by the Word. .
"In tues past, an
was expected to thro a
thr ow.-sai
weight around and toss a
trum now and then in 'a
to reach the top and
there. But the business of
Tc Ing movies these days is-
TR that -it's all usn .
p. ou either act ike .a
being or you don't survive.,.
E Virginia's reputation far
S Ing pleasant to work with -
paid off at other studlon, st
y t Chaung of Pace
Y When Howard. ughiss
ed the field of filmdom toe
outstanding actress to
with 500 actors in RKO'I
YCK gural 3-D color -film, -'Al .
Outoost." he chose Miss
LN "I was due for ar
er a00eared in amsao y
Srow." said e b m
ubtUflfal Virginla. *. t
rt was too temotld .-
"Here I am. a? lone 'awit
,','M. 800 men in tht wicked ,.-T
m Territorial Prion.
year stretch ford
U Jp banks and stage-co lMeL.
a far cry from ,sea
previous roles on the,
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it, here's always the -
i ow. of being typed
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thefor set fiveral years. yo
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m ., p h One of the most
: ... and profoundly ovin
satries of this century .
i n Menifkti dining out, adapted ftor the screen by,
wat m er v restau dtury-Fox In a stirring
rant Mit was be- picture of human drams.ma
e -taed W up down. vilatber' Pee.c ,* ,e
... .today at the Ballbo a
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A ", --h't..ihoeel c elvesro oo te seai s e.
Awbr, is abeme npoyin an whend arrogant aity and
It lilhl't.an d quips" "ItA Stang cuftt wi W



giveLah o fattledl b ctk e t nas hear 3,
oB.. q .- A aairpie yias that promiapent p sAh erUerds

Georg 5tin the:ethe brilliant dt- 'Do aboard in antilcpaton .S
rec f "A Place Baslight hehart.ed iden
l the rnemeraman sfolner ever a to s et new world
A lei e haInn Holly- colossus of the st In what areas
wobn bhi e eing an old arrogan t activity land e

S SurprefIs to hisat perned and t peculateio
-' l atev the brilliant di never ceased since t hiation
Sthe a mr ithe night in Aprset, 1912 world
S a me o e Inpeeda n collide wth elegance
sheff, A as "I verby see- Tleanic collided rewith ta
rapimWau 93eluiu faCompel-_I tain of lee.
la 301eevuhafbitors by Twentieth Century

er' r.s. as gh .- hs producer, to meet .the
Mayb ,toat'o fwiyGlenn has wa --s of the first screening
mog auwtjoffer& tA he possl- fatr t which shook the.
boctcs Alan Ladd Comes 'To Lu and"Richard Breen,et
Pinanmial.dept:. Bob Stack's 'choen to contrast the
In wAr Oboy s3 st-D. frtle, IT cross-currents of Indlvv
.D' vlP thr day she In Tale Of Bowie Knife sand conflita, u
up her dividend checks to available newsreels, eye
dAt andfound the their. nvest- .- ness accounts as well
merit had brought lfr a return' "The Iron Mistress." Warner,havt brought him to the frot actual blue prints of te
of $3U000. And it'& still earning Bros.' picturization in color by. rank of Hollywood ruggb field thIS. hun
meano rher./ Technicolor of the po ular tait, has the top role while aer the .ist -
novel, comes to the Lux ae- Virginia Mayo, fresh froln her J e N aigestc rc
Ster next Thuroasv. Alan l.test hit film, "he's Worktnhg Clifton euleaco.
Ladd and Virginia -Mayo play Her Way Through College," Stanwyck portrays anc c
the lead roles. changes pace for this one a3 bout t separate after
the unscrupulous society beaq- separate aer
A romantic action yarn setl tv. o LA'l, f,- ,--m. ". ,. ..years of marriage ove:
in the early 1800's, the storYlAlf Kjellin. Douglas Dick and gent opinonsI on
is of a backwoods lad from the Ned Young round out the cast. lts for .a. m
bayou country of Luisana, Gordon Douglas directed forI ng story ,atd the.
who comes to New Orleans Warner Bros. I str 0 ,, the
where he falls in love with a s other pa rs hav a.'
Creble belle. Amidst the glt- terwoven t-eir c
tering elegance of the old. city, trayed. A
Jim Bowie, as he is played by Logical Harpr ;
Ladd, becomes a polished gen- a1 t112 0 lch widow;
tleman who must fight with RICHMOND, Va. (UPi-Truck~l W er, a holiday -
rapier as well as his fists to parked at a roadside restaurant cAsgia*l; Richard
cDmomte -tV t'- tcwn'4 rut- don't necessarily mean the olpie a bring, unhappy. m
throats. He develops a weapon serves good food, a legslative .. turned his back oa:
of his own -the Bowie knite- commission studying highway .nd All-.,, ,--e...
and it is with this iron mistress matters leafed here. Z. H, Wi.I- famous legend of the
that he evens matters with liams. Jr., chalrfnan of the Vir- dressed in wozien'a
one particular band of accom- ginia Highway Users Amotiatio. Msae his life. These a
plished swordsmen. explained that "It may mean the Ieople together with the
restaurant has good lo k I n g the 8traues, the Gugw
Ladd, whose action films waitresses." that a confident Captain
Ld whose frayed by Brian Aherne.
Si"nto the quiet waters
Forth Atlantic and dest


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Classic, Radiomens I


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.+.. ll {? The dividends:
.'<, FIRST RACE
-Don Pitin $3.20, $2.60, $2.20.
"- "- 2-Sirena $3.40' $2.40.
S 3-Colirio $4.40.
S.. ... SECOND RACE
l-Nljinskv $9.80, $5., $3.20.
S" 3-Veranda $3.60.
First Double: (Don Pitln-
Amorio. Nijinsky $29.20.
'r ; THIRD RACE
.:1e-e track's two outstanding 1-Sinceridad $11:40, $5.40, $4.20
jOic's and perennial rivals 2-Con Valor II $9.20, $7.20.
IMasAguirre and Jose Bravo One-Two: (Sineeridad- Con
wil ride Amorio and Main Road, Valor II) $212.40.
Siiaectively. Amorio, winner of FOURTH RACE
k of his eight local starts and 1-Golden Fan $9.4Q, $5.80, $3.40.
,econd in the other'two, should 2-Rislta $42.40. $9.20.
be the mutuels choice despite his 3-Don Grau $3.
crashing Impost of 128 pounds. Quiniela: (Golden Fan-
Main Road will shoulder a corn- Risita) $134.40.
ppratively light 113 pounds. FIFTH RACE
The handicap should be/a wide 1-Golden Bound $4, $2.60.
:.-v race with all six scheduled 2-Don Jaime $3.20.
da.tofrs having an even chance SIXTH RACE
.'1irlinging home the bacon. My 1-Valley River $4.80, $3.20.
t' ar' (Rend Cruzat), Vampiresa 2-Apretador $2.80.
-vli. Jiminez Jr.), Mon Etoile SEVENTH RACE
..lTlred Visquez). Lady Martha 1-Pepsi Cola $17.60, $6,
(~0e 'Bravo), American Maid! 2-LaChomba $6.20.
f.olando Lopez Gil) nnd Pince- Second Double: (Valley
1'-o 7 GuIllermo Graell) will be River Pepsi Cola) $99.80
"ie F'ntIstants. EIGHTH RAUCE
S The inning jockey, of this 1-Royal Gambler $5, $4.80, $3.
,Wr-e will be presented with a 2-BPia $9r $4.
g--d medal hearing the Insig- I- Quiniela: (Ro.yal Gam-
nia of the Radio Worker's bier-Pla l Ga35.
ITion. Miss Celsa Santiago, i-KIng's Prize $2.80, $2.20.
St-easurer of the Union, will 2-Grisu $3.80.
present the gold medal. The One-Two: (uing's Prise-
s'lver trophy which goes to the Grisu $ SA -
owner of the winning horse will TEN RACE
be presented by David Consta- 1-Hurlecano $10.2Q, $7.40 $4.
ble, president of the Radio '"-Mr. Foot $10.80, $6.20.
Workers' Union. 3-Cara de Gato $380.
Yesterday King's Prize raced
to victory in the featured $600
six-and-one-half furlong Class lh
"D" sprint but his victory was N
f* ar from the easy gallop that % ii
was predicted: The Prize out- n u Be
sprinted his field and scored
driven to tave of Grsus clomo ow-
W rush in the final drive. T m rw
King's Prize, ridden by King The revised +enstitutha iad
Flores, returned $2.80 one of By-Laws for the Pcifi T*i-
the day's few short priced win- BY-Laws-for the Pacitlfe, TIw.-
the dayHis time orthe distawince light League wll'be presented
2n His time for the distance by acting secretary., St q*rt
Was 1:24 2-5 over muddy track. Brown, secretary Sewatg
The one-two with Grisu, long- Bro w n, tomorrow etait ,
et outsider in the race paid June at 7:00,.m. I the Btl.
2i.20. This payoff, however, boaGymnasium ffleet. .
*faled Into insignificance when This is an eporti y "16r
co ared with soi e whe those concerned to pass judg-
sharedd with some b of the meant on suggested charges be-
ys other combination dvid- fore they are put into print.
The new constitution and RvBy-.
'he day's best --in the $212.40 Laws will be adopted duni-
ui ltvby the Sir.nee4dadrCon Va- the flvrt meeting of League of-
nDr IT one-two in the third race. finals In December.tingOf League of.
nDecember,


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JUNEI -4
The 8th ChampionEhip Open Tournament of Golf.
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Two Navy Teams

Eoered For 1953

Afianc Cage Rao


Much has already been a
of the three civilian teams a
the defending 1952 champli
o f the Atlantic Basketb
League, Naval Station, a
though Fasron and VP-45 be
last two quintets to recei
coverage it does not, by 1 a
means, mean that they ate
be considered as outsiders Wh
the loop swings Into act
Monday night.


--Amorio, Main Road Clash

- $ 1,5.00 Distance Race


S Two races will share top billing today at the
. Juan Franco Race Track. One will be the annual
.Hipodromo Nacional (formerly Jockey Club) Clas-
,-ic; an open event with a purse of $1,500 added over
a distance of one-mile-and-five-sixteenths. The co-
feature will the recently instituted Radio Workers'
.,la'idicap which will be disputed by a group of Class
"G" horses over a distance of six-and-one-half fur.
longs.
._ly three horses will parade "
r:. l e starting post this after-,
aoon to vie for the purse and a
troply in the classic race. A
Sorthe starter, Viajero, was with-
rrWnh to compete in the seven
furlong Class "C" tenth race in
which his handlers probably
think he has a better chance of
,wjnling.
Trck champion Amorio and
Jgrimer champ Main Road will
Mtch strides over the gruelling
distance. The other scheduled
Starter is given very little chance
of upsetting the two favorites.
'Te only other starter in the race
.w 11. e Pendeguz.
Two factors give Bendeguz a
-ittle better than an outside
chance. He is a distance lover
'nld has performed best in mud-
dy going. Since we are at the
-eights of the rainy season, there JOCKEY'S PRIZE Thewin-
.will most likely be a muddy ning jockey of today's seventh
track. Bendeguz, which gets into race, the Radiomen's Handi-
the race with feather of 1031 cap, will be awarded a $45
pO n4s, will be ridden by Osval- goio meal. The picture of the
SChanis. medal is shown here.
Other juicy payout, were the
u otoen Fan-Risita qulniela in
She fourth which paid $134.40
and the second double, Valley
River-Pepsi Cola which return-
ed $99.20.
SThe only Jockey two win two
races was Alfredo Vasquez who
scored with Don Pitin land Gold-
en Bound.


1-Bendegus
2-Main Road
3-Amorlo


V. Castio 119- -Retwrns In fobrm, 3 -1
J. CIngora IOU- pd0eapjred by r .dpr 1D-1
A. )Ls3. 106 -w 0n to beat 'm avuls
R Gomelx 110 -Returs off form 20-1
J. Bravo 115 -Jockey will help 2-1
G, GraeH 120 -Dropped a class 8-1


0. Chants 108 --~ lgsbot possibilty
J. SBavo 113 -Will be hard to beat
B. Apurre 128 -IB excellent condition


Opening game on Monday,
will bring together Naval Sta-
tion and Gibraltar Life. In the
nightcap the two Navy quintets,
unknown tp Atlantic basketball
fans, will clash. They. are Fas-
ron and VP-45 and though the
Gold Coast populace may know
little of these two teams; the
other service entry, Naval Sta-
tion, knows well that th6y are
not to be regarded too lightly.
For both these Navy fives have
been giving more than average
accounts of themselves durin
regular season play in the T M
League and that. could be just a
warm-up session for the sultr-
mer loop at the Margarita gym.
One sign that might Indicate
that Fasron, in particular, might
produce a pillar of -strength is
the fact that -Chief sparks, the
manager who led Naval Statior
to victory in '52, has swtlehed
from the champs to the F1auon
entry. Under the able guidance
of Sparks, a scrappy Fasrod
quintet might bring this like-
able manager his second. title
in two years.
Though very little Informa-
tion is available on these two
Navy teams, information reach-
ing this writer are filled with
reports that both quintets fea-
ture speed and a crushing
scoring power.
With all six entries now
poised for the take-off, and with
an almost certain guarantee of
one of the most evenly balanced
loops the Gold Coast has ever
produced, the Atlantie Basket-
ball League will bring plenty of
cage thrills to the Atlantic
Side fans every Mon day,
Wednesday and Friday nights
beginning Monday, June 8.

Badly Cut Up Pep

Scores TRO In 10Ih

Over Pal Marctue
NEW YORK, June 8 (UP) -
Willie Pep was sliced up today
like a fatted calf although he
had returned triumphantly like
a prodigal son to the "big time"
last night.


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1-Corista V. Castillo III -Returns from brief rest
2-Slimo J. PhllUI 115 -Return from layoff
3-Wild Justice !.. 115 -DaaIUng early .peed
4-Eseandalo Dao 112 --4angerous contender
5-Clpayo a. tl ObI 112 -H as ood workouts
--Pubc r. ._pL lp7x -Rum better Iltt..
7-Vain Darling Agul'e t11 --Hs best jockey


Fifteenth stitches were re-
quired for two big cuts about his
left eye. The ex-featherweight
champion suffered the gashes
while scoring a thriller-diller
technical knockout over Pat Mar-
cune in the 10th round at Madi-
son Sauare Garden.
Willie. now 30, scaled bl27%/4
pounds; Pat, 129',.
Wily Willie surprised the 3,571
garden fans. who witnessed the
nationally televised and broad-
cast bout. He tried to be a per-
fect gentleman in the ring. His
conduct and his terrific finish.
although half-blinded by blood
that gushed Into his left eye,.
won not only an ovation from
the fans but also unstinted praise'
from Chairman Robert K Chris-;
tenberry of the New York Boxing
Commission.


None of the three ring officials
gave Marrune more than one
round and one even.
. Chrislenberry told Willie. "You
fou ht like the great fighter I
usA to read about. We want you
back here in another fight as
soon as a match can be made."
Pep had been banned from
New York rings for 20 months'
because of rough tactics. I
Par different was the per-
formance from Pep's last Ore-
vious one In New York on Sept. I
26, 1951. when he failed to re-
capture the feather crown from
Sandy 8d4dler. That night he
was knocked out and then ban.
ned for rough tactics.
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By CLOCKER

1-Sin' Fin Enrioueta (el
2-,Juan hBulwlto Dies de M.
8--Revll*' Campesino
4-IJhla4da Panchita
5-4twl- Read Amerlo
Si4--smo Vain Darling
7-American M. Lady Marthp-
S-RathUia Light Galante I
9--True Blue Legal Frolic
Ie-Homeland Viajerm
L11-Great Game Quo Va&is


Sad Mace, "F" Native 6% FI.Pisi W.S Pel d oed:
Secol:d el f o 'Df ODkbf.
1-Domino Gongora 106x-Needs better rider 1
2-Taponaso Cadogan 107 W-Ra w Iast out ]
3-Opex Baeua 108 -R: uri from layoft 2
4-JUan H. Vasques 1T -In beAt form
S-Mwlaya R. Ome 118 -Dropped a cla 1
6-Dieg de Mayo Brave 11 -Iar'd bo beat
7*--Tap Lady R. Guerra 1$ x-Perf ing or ly 1
S-Riomlar J. Jimb. 10x,-Jookey handicaps


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2--lcky
.-Reserte
4-Lolito
5-.-Camspealno
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R. L. Oil 109 -D)Itance .to, lilu even to
A. Tcasa 107x-Neds capable rider 8-1
Cado a 112 --1Unprd-.able -1
G. SaUneh 115 -Nothg to recommend 5-1
M. Oue. I -Ood'st&rt' wil help 3-1
S VasqUes 110 -parny pe s only o 5-1i


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1-M-m B... o Pulo 112 -Improving steadily
.2-- e J._.. B.o 11i -Jockey wll help
3-TUe Blue A. Ubdla 108 -3etter wln eah race
S4-Lal Frolic Agurre ,115 -Mutuewt fart
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5-Miranda
6-Pregonero


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5th Race "National H. ClaslesPurse: tJ.S (Added) XIM
Pool.elom: X:55


6th iaee "H" ImpoteL Fgs.Paie: I.N Poel elDseo: S:35
Fit ee of .the Double


7th Race "G" Imkprkt F Pn. Second Rame of the Double
Prse: S450.* Poeel oe: 4:1- "Radeio Anaou s adlMesp"
1-My Dear R. Ruuat H8 -Repoitedly.elas 5-1
2-Vampiresa J. AIme. IlSx-Beg Ing fa .good ride 5-1
3-Mod Etolle Vasques 11 -Close last trie- 5-1
4-Lady Martha Brto 110 --Top ate i r 2-1
5-American m 011106 -MM.Syweed 3-2
6-Pinceluo G. -Greall 11-LoW g In-last 5-1

th Rate "E" Imported 1 MUed i : ISM."r Ped elow: 4:44
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1-Newbridge K. lorts 11 -odds-on dho e
2-Rathlnn Lght Bravo 115 -Jokeoy might help
3-Porter's a. 0. Cast 106 -Performag eMtably
4-Roadmaster Vasquei 11 -..Nothn i6 idioate
5-Monmatre J. Rodr. 110 -Cla feaad
6-Miss Fairfax Agirrm 110 -Nthlng recent
7-Galante II P d 120 -Loves muddy going


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N "1 r -1m"7- The" A mare flexible glove, morelso did He turned I
Lt.tes final fond a .way to beat like a first baseman's mitt, "How can I htt a
c'hL=travels Hoyt W tm --- wait out the hasn't helped the harassedcan't catch It?" 1)
t r hik recordss catohe. Now York cathers. The GIants have
Bout -W.{ cy i ato ptn amH er in Hotibi
I- hetot.i. p. t re i war-k;e r's '"s ths tougher to All they need now
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we 0 i P o aV I fourt fo r thee 1o0d s
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,aB '-'he.u x Da te s of dellr n tseut, *bis h ont th theBl prits money
k. te sx iay d t oul oa la and Inuro- sweets to Ioe hs t'haln' N
Si ft t1e8 tE Ias loade h d the h ne Stat at Pitte- salable u It was
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tscoren th B tose on on1 Pldeidnge il. oe atving on pfo d on w pg eof o t e en teea
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4'teflt onef the; lelftea I.. .ona 1 He on loa lfded the bum U nolte d Btat Ope naon t a s afe
sa aw pnI" Other
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,06W.- the ilo t re-ep the esond tim to I soe t. g- .eo i rs o ritain wbn tet.e r
et i' to mo naiPlyv rep toteelan.AA Th e can't hpt what losing be Anl n g'e In I t e"d s-.tburgh' Gmolfo s4
ofl"tt fltt we.. ..;--,;'w. but at eth wst In hon as ed "s Hopn thq ea
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.7M w.Nt n nAthq d e area gll otf"oter d al e s p in'the tes eno uls
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NEW YORK, June 6 (UP) -poe knos al r
Emanuel Bloch attorney for con-,


day that he will seek a new trial "
Sthe couple on the ground
tat new Oevidence in ithe case F am ily F eud i i T
Bloch served preliminary pa- O.
p nAssistant U.S. Attorney
James B. Kilsheimer, who said M i es,
he would hake his answer in
posenberg and his wife, now .
inL the death house at Sing Sing
PrEYo RK are scheduled to die in t&
th electric chair June 18. Bloch By WADE JONES
.wa turned down twice yester- NEA Staff Correspondent
day by the U.S. Court of Appeals
ir atscmpts to have the execu- WIDEN, W. Vra. June 6 (NEA)
t s postponed. On the high, wild hills and
His motion for a new trial this isolated coal mining co
baed on the allegation that Da- munity is being fought a say-
vid- Greenglass, Mrs. Rosenberg's age and deadly war, details of
S brother and the principal wit- which are virtually unknown
ncs against the couple commit- to the outside world.g
ted perjury at their trial and' There has been murder. Men
now admits it. have been shot and lived to
tell about itF Tlne bombs have
wrecked automobiles. Cars have
heL opal Two railroad bridges and a
1 ,ppi, i power station have been dyna-
IPol d nicy;u mited to bits.
berg0 rv Telephone and power lines
have been wrecked aned a thaini i
To Admit johas been $ired on. Men'tr e
been rpidled wither bullets.
been beaten and the whole
-A Negro preacher applied to a local grand. jry- has t red ...
enter the graduate school of re- it a reign of crime an teor.

ligion at the e But arresteen ew and
,ithe todar hav the ap c fop a c lnvi couns e r. o wldEN the..ra. Va. Jn 6

college emphasized th on As things stand now the ses
ideis student s without regard of 48 strong miners, all cha.rg- mthl tes t e
brougto race. ed wrth murer gationn the e Dmn tl adue is b dh a
of of the single man May, are be-:dcted from te l paylby the
ee otend a controversy atd the pr 4iooa wi- oi ar Vdritt"ot unoe

bewts ankows the university ps I te es M t at otr_ er hag n 'e1r e
whhht elsttr now year Nave set up roun-a-te-Clc r charges bEm.Ween 'the strlkerse t4
rought on the rersignations ofroadblockson the route le d-n and teomn, ta evlen rt o
Bishop R. Bland Mitchell of tpers like he's hunting for ter- Widen, admit e"o' ln kno
North Carolina, chancellor of Se- mites, another frisks your car what's going on there
anee, said the resolution adopt-or weapons. Thats underta n the
ed by the trustees b a 78 to 6 Thi same air of tensi o n the conflicting views
S "makes explicit that which was who live in the area tight-ve
implicit" in a resolution last lipped Welsh, English and
year. Scotch folk who 'same here A Clay County grand jury

yeary ears ago to work the mines report last February put near-
The new resolution stated that and are now batts l about it. n e th.e rik m r-viole es-
"no qualified aplicant to the The men on strike are .not ing them as such-and on the
school of theology of the Univer- picketing t the moment, and g t a uh and o h
sity of the South shall be denied are scattered to their Hlomes In govrnor of the state and his
admission on the basis of race or the mountains. You go to a vios lor not controlling the
To Aesdmor nte co ntroi ngwt the
color."b home perched in the w olderness situation.
E e on the side of a hill and thea u the e ad then s al


Last year, however, the trust- womenfolkt u elo their omen Bom tee ramepr aby ithe go-
ees had decided bit was not ad- "ain't home." d eerata invgetwe the crowd
visible to consider Negro appli- (h t and the loveMr-
cants at that time aplth, n doough there Maybe they ain't-e and mays nth gve
uer noe rue agadint the our. be t just an' hoe" o nor, managed to keep orer on
owen a es ainst ru b the st o o e to election day last Nov. 4."
Edward McCrady, vice chancel- strangers. On the other hand, a special
or, said the stand was widely When they do leave home- committee named by he gov-
misinterprete ased bta "nt e this goes for everybody' n ernor to investigate the strike, e e
groes had even applied, and, of the countryside-they go in took an entirely different view
course none had been turned pairs or groups, and they go of things. Its report stated
doew n armethdut. th e stn minbe in_. thhat, "it appears tat there di s .. ,
Backed by the clamrifyingstat is omat ouintbeain wed amuch violence on onea side 'a M
o the clamifhsi Jatn Mnl, strei fa Crn County estn e as on thwle otherr" o c.b, 'biteM..
pnenta, the e countyy th I, the Actlthe committee .s-
an orda ined the piscpal min ister result of a strike which sued two reports. b the more at the Wieam as
rom Orangeburg, S.C., and a last Sept. 20 at the Elk r temperate one, issued bycom- 'h"Se .,'.T
te dand f thee loiann me oo Charles mt lr a l bold G .. .f.rn -
Rrhisler school oT religion. If e rly the biggest non-union stateattorney general, said .
a a i re noa er .-int e n onr par,,
sevn he ladlity om the de mos f m emmfteeer.comced tha do a t
than 600 mine employes wak- there was a highly organized L
ith' ofu theroined that aThe frisks your car
JiNrY. ed out charging, in efect, that effort to convince the public .,

The vote of the rustees did not the Widen League of Miners that violence was running riot
find such a majority of feeling was company dominated and tn Widen yand to thereby bring e
on the Tcampus. A survey by a di d no t properly represent pressure upon the officials of i,
problem showed that 13acultythe police and mill t a. r y
.a cpo esud y t the state g t td. .e ns
d mpivis "io n o t eso tion ld and on C ay C u ty g a nd j
one theology professor was a- Fireworks Plant he strFeb p ohar
gahyat it. Approving were 12 The majority mepo of the n teamsh1D Ticket o j
Tae ne teolons Charles frattler, state laborI. ou i. on tgirl, r-wtout Ia
"noAn earth-shaking blast de-tho were opposingTthe strikers,, lives not .Ingthe a sWo
[ c groh to the university arose in stroked the Alco Fireworks and gof trying to "df stedit" the mothertatd twon hoid
s 1950 when Episcopauian church-aSpecialty Co, plant here todayI committee,,nddeura" t thet info-1em.,e, _.. .
men cited the need for more Ne and first reports said "at least h
ro clergymen That brought on several" injured persons 'had Plury," an "by sot e ea-
the "not advisable d at this time been taken from the demolish- Tne committee recommended Chryow d thI.,who I 52 ,ih
resolution s ed b il-ding that another and more exhaus- a chatwomln making ,
cans .at t ttveImnluiry be made by a le- month aangd tries to get ode
wars'of subpoena. Otherwise, the The family lives .n ah e
r s the standcommittee naid, the s gtuatlo room ho ith'w one wooden
at Widen "may appear to be bed ond'one ehbir. I nee r o e,
countruysiede ed; but we would pge- mother wors Inuenle Is .
course. dic that it will flare up again." care in the daygime In a :lg
d., And large up-it d. At 4:30 Ite report w aIed,
.the .am. on Msy: 7M. two months .as on the.o tTher.


,. .:...iafter the-_H~ wsIssued; ;:
mounting h ed and tension O 1
reached a violent climax. fending'
S.'An 11-ear patrol of company
.iployes was driving down Inew
the road past the strikers' and
headquarterss," a cinder block the.
cook shack about two miles
from Widen, when the dawni
a u waxs hatred ab ud-
den and thundsitouu~ire. _
When the sheott- died dow
O' o a, 20-ye ar t M9-old o ,
of two children lay o
dead, with a t In his year.
head. 'ftl ee oager companyreek fheat- -
mJn were injured. MW
it Wa" for slaying of Frame 1-er e& a p
1 'that 48 tridrsl are charged
with milder., to deter-'h
mine "M retnr fdetoh bul- t
APRDAINED, Father Gerald L is di shown ab..e as he Sar- o hern



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her afid mother. Mr an P Lew, of Pa in thin a Xw o
r Lewis will celerfM. irst ,OLem' n ig M -a oR if-Of"
a at St. Theresa's Churcbin La Bosa at 10:30, andat wow
wIll be celebrant at iega editorn at4 Ab
where a reception follU w In the parish halU. ander
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hetres daughter of Britain's prime minister, and actor-o. --
ducer Maurice Ev pause after leaving the office of Mqor
Vincent Impelitteri, who commended them for bringing 'the
fArst performance of Shakespeare's Hacnlet to the TV scrEen.


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evolutionary radar trainer, U. S. Air
wIcome familiar with targets In any
i t actually flyyingto the spot This
C .t observers (navigators and born
t problems without leaving the ground.
a problem for trainees from a control.
the instruments necessary to "fly" the
traebe works out the problem, other


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instructors check his progress on plotting boards that retrd
the course flown and the release point, path and impact pant
of the bomb. A scale model of the radar trainer unit enables,
the trainee to study the function of the device which plays.'
the role of a simulated plane. This plane moves over a sub-
merged relief map in a tank room of the trainer unit. This
submerged map gives the navigator-bombardier trainee the
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idst regular passenger service by turbo-prop airliner. The stage coach carried.
tojA British Vickers Viscount airliner bound for Cyprus. In the helicopter is plane


'USO AND ROUND her husband goes, while actress Ingrid Bergman watches him whees
"ts. car in an auto road race in Rome. Her husband, Italian movie direoer Robert Roe-
.dlini,dropped out at half-way mark. Ingrid,,who didn't want him to race, was relieved.'.


LUCKY SWIMMERS at tis as Nev.,
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POUCE TROOPS are not layingpdown on the job,ibut staging a demonstration fori f
Ekyptian Premier Mohammed Naguib and hiq guest were- among official who review


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A TOTAL O' aiOt 5 tl Zne .Ji.. 1old.
abolished when the Panama govern ^!|tUuSB~i muau<*
garbage colectionk water dilstlbUton as Aw7kj As
posal work in the 14itmtaaof .SI*dOJ
174 employes are scheduled to ge c Was m T w
notices. .ot thli s
-Ernesto Jain Guardia, who will heaI 6 a *A
terworks, sewers and Street Cleaai nat w110h2
said all of the Painamanlasi the
offered jobs with the d IirehIpke ore
a -total of 472 employee of all phases of any
the administration from to ual. get k lleduring tat
Jain Guardia said government will other mda eeet *i matferl 3.
take over from the Canal We on July 1 est to we i,..
as scheduled. The purchase o.f equipment now be, -
ing used b- the CanaL for aWteet cleaning and other AcLtU=ay
work Is now being negotiated by PanamA. New equip- has mnarkdo t
ment Is on order, aI-d Improvements will be added tiat theL o 1S e l
after the new department goes into operation., those UtOd r
-- o -- landwh theb to then -
Politicall and peisonal- friends of President Jose edd
A. Rem6u went overboard Menday in celebration TIND Jii
of. his birthday. Two dlnners were held In his In Ot b W
honor Monday night following a day of activities It. .
during which the President was awarded a ster. A wd what . I
langlsilyer tray as a birthday present.
In Washington, meanwle, ,Panamanian Ainmbas-
sador to the VA. disclaimed any- responalblillty01
on-the part of his government In connection with
saifft of British-owned shtoips of Pa~unmaiman regalt
to ports of CommuniSt. Chi, -
Roberto Heurtematte, asserted in a letter published ree
In the Washington Evening Star thatPanamA .ong gt -b
ago Issued orders -pretolbtig ship0f of Panamanl a n mo b lottll a
registry from sailing to Commintist Chinese port .Ic,hls f .
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PanamA radio workers were busy all week repar" Queen Eisabeth wag e ondt
Ing for the celebration of "Announcer's Day" today, that could hardly hwre b _
The observance begins at 8 a.m. with the laying-e' .~, 'to ay wl/ W pid,, i,
wreaths at the graves of deceased radior anaouneerd. affair e
continues with a softball game, fat imens races. and re a ..
and informal buffet. After the running of the Radio stole the l d
Handicap at Juan Franco. where a trophy and a med- Coach, a- n
al to the owner and the jockey of the wninm horse, stayed Mr
the observance will come to an end with another In- The C was tiot
formal buffet at the Club M6naco In Col6n. eldent: The
0 Churchll ran n
After being jailed for beating his momiron-law wife his esaoa as
ot their Col6n residence, H4p61ito de Leo6n heard that the gtter ,
she had died on the way to the hospital and used his nally taggig t ,
belt to hang himself 'n. a cell of* the Col6n Secret ng, wavi, aw givinL th V-
Police headquarters. The woman. Manuela Bueno. hale ports noted.
S and hearty extent for a few bruises, tearfully attend-
ed to the funeral arrangements. It Is presumed the wrterA f the"e a
S- o tion were In no posioto here W
,Whil Senate wai del-tlan the outcome of the his hOmp,, his-. C e, an chj
Clvl Fumetions Bill which threatened to tUke lha been b esJ ma-BtfiM K
away manvy benefits from one emeloNe, the =sert ". tie oa flr I.ol.me If Ala
of wh.iusale reslgnatoma was in .the air. 1" woud hav lk Ohur lln W
would halt beoit OburbhlHIan .pr
With several spokesmen already in Wahln ton ---
pleading their case, some Zonlans felt auidto fre the cor tthemwe% 4 0M
await the outcome of the lealdlatlon .hats alog l ie of the ro
"Jumn the gun by bhandin in ts apQ6UL ir mcoat, a" nowguh ci f
,rom Washlnaton came the word that the two wors ti.n e. .
en. rt. Margaret- ,Renle and Mrs.. Faneei e-. ,t pto e t e g
more who were ahit by the U.S. tles Aumouo a on sto n.
and the Canal Zone Pilots to enact as many l f. o oh!&a
as poslbl even up to th Prde talk- ad had only on a
Ing fast and loudabo, t the Qu el, -
Ca Zone. Howrd O pf ma., .u 014.
of he Central Laboretal Ta j i deScq a
th. APL also sounQed a hopeful note with the .rela- t
tion that the Zonians' ase pas beolg given con .e-
a tion.
SAlthou g h only 700 employes..i gai a opettlon "L "j* ,Q '
threatening to quit their jobs should bbll rutMng
i heir differential, and taking away edimal ia .
3i1tal benefits, be passed, many mnre a they stood l1tI
ready to do so pending $he outcome of the nate's i d g dof th
action. .. .
Three old-timers, .i 2 4 Pr bItt ah3 July 1 they B o w
Sim ght receive a cut h tefthnalW e nd retirement are
pay, umped thel gun sere ria sel mopths ear.
iier man uieftled. ae est 9 cotton Az!- p.p Ail-
Sgust T. Schmidt and MWUi Doduon.
On the day of ig tri. p rad to ercises
students were saddened urd. from
United States tht Dr. J
ientent of the Canal tn-
jy in MinaMapol. Dr. JAohn nd 'ee- + I
Lent siMnce Feb. M an was JA tE U
vacqt.on: B WOuld have beWu 52 years ly .
Contractors In thez $6n who weo e ly of iert .
ordered to clear out of thte yards by e. 'eE
cently to take action. The bachedi .
since each onesa potioft i dilMerent, t
-x to. take reof ir ''of.o leow
Inseted.-ofl oeti a.,. I,
Sod slatuffer hev7 as S a o
wUMUa ot a. are now sen
t Io hnainagdtD&MAL rant ya
They can complete exMal contracts. .

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TOMORnOW'S LOVE


For what have these to do with death,
Youth is the horn of plenty.
They arc forever full of breath
Who are yet one and twenty.


But they must study on the gra
Who think their hearts are broke
To find for lives they would no
Another love has spoken.


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The house upo the ssandy hit;,
Pop corn and games ia tainy weaher
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Slemora Duce ali = arrd "at t theatre two
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glimpse the latest efforts of The le. O url., hl
Theater Guild an original two- f .rl
act c Lady" take

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