The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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SR ee HeedsOut se der Follows Survey

The local attorney of the Star
Agans Truce Terms Job Analyst
st Tru e Term s and Crescent Boat Co. of San
SDiego, Cal., owners of the fishing
..oZ poiin It vsewiha or- J b Analysts +
OK PA O tuMn 10 (UP) including South Korea agreed The United States' p8itlon, It vessel Starerest which was or-
"- T'*.lei begotators cess- to It. I was understood, was ommuni- dered confiscated yesterday by
ed their truce talks "indefinite- India would not been epared cated to Swiss authorities here Panama Port Captain. Efrain
ly" tdlay w a, fast-develo. to send forces and el to who delivered last night the of- Correa, declared today that he
tag new threatened to serve on the commlssla If they fiscal announcement that their will appeal the seizure decision. "-
wreck the amistie machinery, ran the risk of being sl.ped at government would not serve on Practicall the ntire
It. oGen. Wl~ K. Harrison on arrival or while carrying out the truce body unless South Ko- Attorney Felipe Tapila also said racially the entire fore of the Payroll Brano
Q the Unisted (atlDos command their duties, the sources said. rea supported the armistice that a plea of discharge had the Ponama Canal reportedly put in for transfers
iand North Keeaoa Gen. Nam II "The Interests of the neutral terms, been filed on the earlier $3000 learned of tr
at the Comunmist team stepped powers and of their personnel, The possibility that Switzer- fine imposed on the vessel for after theylearned oa report on their jobs by the
aside to permit staff officers to ready to cooperate forthe sake land might alter Its decision the alleged violation of Panama s and Classification Division of the Personnel rea,
plothe cease-t line and de- of peace in Korea,s mst be and reports that InAis also fishing and navigation laws. The job analysts according to reli e
fine the wording of the armi- safeguarded by all pars to the would go along with tran plan- The Starcrest was boarded off S
stice eo.umentrbefore It Is pre- conflict," the sources tsed. nn buoyed hos th the new the coast of Anton May 20 by a termed the work of the Payroll Branch "lowgroa,
eted to bothdes. In Washington ena Repub- c t to u et or detachment of Panama police- ocre" and it was this descr rtion that bl e
RHih-le.el discusalons may llcan leader Robert A.LTaft to- delay a oreaoild be men disguised as fishermen and ," .a.. n, .. brought OR f
ed at call of eitherday called Rhee' on to avoided. was taken into custody on a en masse request for transfer.
Sou'th. ....... .. H sa Korean war te *toolsh." Hope also was maintained in charge of fishing for live bait n The Payroll Branch has a total of 58 emlo
rilBut South eoreas r He said he still pies the official quarters that the gov- the jurisdictional waters of the Pyo p 0~C2
refusaltorecogniseanouh Korea t wll ernn t of South Korea would Republic. Employes of the Payroll ama Canal post that hb4-
thatenehd to er.ple e gn an armmtice. go among with a truce. Branch, which comes under the conducted such a pr
alat before r a bee 5 Ta, who awn o he ,s From Copenhagen It was re- The vessel, valued at approx- office of the Comptroller, have sources said.h -
S outh Korea.s acting. pime taking a-les active *rolas OOP ported that 11 Danish doctors imately $50,000, was brought here had long-standing requests in The precipitate action ;
2 ; bledU flTll elnied a leader because of a serious hip will leave by plane for Korea as with a skeleton crew and is now for salary upgrading and they employes of the Payroll
M thaPrM u BygoA=in condition, made Is statement soon as pbossble .to participate anchored in Panama Bay. all felt, according to this paper's apparently was due, in
S.':,. i- Pl? go tot he after returnin hers Ita a New in the preparations tor the re- In the plea of discharge enter- sources, that the job analysts' the sharp contrast in the
r e an wa.all York hoft L. ception of prisoners of war from ed by Tapia, he pointed out that report has precluded any chance the Wage and Classiflcatloe
Ster- M, oges-, of possible "It IsL rbitt ooli is at- North Korea when the armistice the policemen and the Panama- of their ever getting pay raises., vision made just recently o
11h an p ution lor spreading such titude of opposioTaft" aftsaid. has been signed.- nian fishermen who aided in the A high official of the Comp- Claims Section, which is
3a thre- t groupAndless rumors." "I still think there will' be an The POWa will be received by capture of the vessel all claim troller's office oficlally denied across the hall from 'te
At of theu o armistice and thar President doctors from eight countries in- that the vessel was about two today that all employes of the roll office.
0p OtubI 'Is l r.'s"--eventual will alga it." eluding Denmark. miles off the coast of Anton at Payroll Branch had requested
SIitsty. w Amierican officials The Danish team will be the time it was board, transfer but the news sources In this section,
t"1 Sdae 4SWj M xdzpineed p wl rland headed by Tage C1ristianwei, insisted that "almost the entire said, everything
S he h i.Hoi. _d and senior physician, who is arl However, the the master of the force" had already put through found was fa,
-oe w asn t e de ta .ascphirs I serewairf .s
"o tOff on o- ysea and w Shtrerest, Capt. Charles Lyall,. h requV.U ploy
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Swletional aters. Meanwhile It was learned
ab" u n nine the Starcrest's that Comptroller LindslyH :;
sa& It asiano ored a a depths of son ally nterpiewsai 20-DheorD n n P
Thd J tivo May 8 aot ten sonnel of the Payroll Branch.
m tapped May 19 and It is the first time since Noble
fItawonng for of her hand by he e t n the was appointed to the top Pan- NEW YORK, June 10
t' se dese rtenad costant, companion, h lumb at 10:1Y < r rm ii B police at nine and a half fath- Two gunmen staged a succr.
aOv t stop a a h n h" /u ful holdup early today at a ta*.
hea lcoWroman he was to libeth II Shtimonil dinner party attended
S oftheore- l Of Aordn he plea of dis- by a forer policcommr
Sthe elier e e onventon.' h. large two experts, navigator 20 detectives and the most de
InaAdler :,1 address, A sigalanadrs Viggo Larsen and Capt. N. A.Strain Of Long police:or o the e,
Awaa'UoverWi norntoast aut-ori.- i Terry, examined a maritime a l
Canl tSi leCancer Commit. .b chart of the Gulf of Panama and 5 0he holdu men escaped with
dtrou-u, lten-' f: .t..e"after Intlntstion was'- ev declared that at a depth of nine 0Coronation ProgrM Quenstr
Sa he ." m Inthat a number of busl ess and one half fathoms the Star- een s nh lhere
relet -d1 pi, em-aw r & rest was three miles and seven- LONDON. June 10 UP R es adey, tort
Mi Ss earty ..1.. e.... --n1 n-/ ,o sfcIte4Lo do-gt off the of Anton at Queen Elizabeth made her St. Patrick Catholic c
J fT a 411, Cms. ^.i a l,- bee. .p Clow .... a mt.cane F;unde er b It was boarded last "Coronation" tour of London Long Islain ......
S:d in ao rd.N 'I 'lp ;. M 57-M v P + sli ,r .d the Starcrest. with a draught today and although she smiled ad C y.
aW. s hy l 0aa. to Ufwa't B Ianes r"- .tn th-e Canner I..d we,_ of feet. had been within two and waved at the thousands a- Police Inspector D. J. Philli
n. for helpu ., nm .al san 2 if .z in this year's les of the coast it would have long the route the strain of her the most decorated man on
dt a se of ,d the womam i who hea be- P h many ouna at a depth of five and weeklong royal ordeal wa begin- force, fired four shots at the
Mr 4 ace was come a len over thworld, e-quartr fathoms and would ning to show. fleeing robbers and said he be
L v3lii^ aools forte teT IkUr P*usM Id'irviduhls outside th have been in danger of running Since she was crowned a week lived he wounded one of the
.,- V.. bi. nd.ol at 0-I hem I C OS. agrmund, the plea said. ago today. they young Queen has They obtained only the
.ho ys very chdi ".. :. CPl T if Tpia ple as that only the gone through an exhausting cash from the night club oftl-
VanS 1 gotthd.n anla in ,i hFr &ni t lalft tarcreat's speed at had come series of banquets, balls. the $4,000 contribution -t
sITEB S cfld ateaA >is phed- eI li sand ctatlons for am Into the jurisdiction waters of tures. the opera and public ap- Father Bradley raised through
Citye-at- I e. I ....lI Cable Splicer *- the C s. Zone ended o PaayiPanama and thut the fine, if pearances. the banquet's ticket sales had
i, b at ai w inl 3- _. 1 Final" repts on the' d. i veI anv. since the speedboat sank Spectators noted that the been turnedoverto him earlier
M Err wJ _e be F. or the eade by .We. nt been received e r R following the boarding of the Queen appeared pale and wan by check.

"." .alvin I'olea. a et fm awasdam .'tbf the mainland and that some of her usual spontaneous Dies In Virginia
ta--e ui grannoan at Iao01.RmnnCHod time was the starcrest in- vivaclty at the opera Mondayv
_.w found -idae.. .d- dCommand Stahff S Ti the three-mile limit. a night. Word was received here today
which was .a' 'a i ell r Blasee he owner of the vessel, Capt. At the Derby, running Satur- of the death of Col. Wesley
ir ncides thIt ocure fIare d4Cariamal ek. oaIe'i Hialu is here from San day. she spent many minutes Cox Medical Corps, U. Army,
tiers 711 in 0ilruduat & e-therlag-native of Atlsuta, o Delegi waiting Judgment on the with her head resting on e who had hbl" first tour of duty
WWI. .'. Amrete of the At the time of capture R. rellSen of bsox. l with the Panama Canal lDep
abthof Technology. he WOtrato was the aent of the si ahead were her horse ment in 1922 and later with the
s oa d t since then Pana- appearance Thursda aS Caribbean Defense Comm
o wc idfe anIo a ih Army AronCorps ohas beethn appointed troopint t of the colors a vovag, when he was honored In
darune-a M .m. shn spnext Monday mt the" oithes:Cx,.
w hism miae datsdtarr o nal r ve hr r and visit to sanot- by the President of Panaa
laltnd fow the seoead Coreonti with the Order of Vasco N p
toeM Iin atnatinde a roundhofScottish fstiv- de Balboa. olnonrhe
..hb E- rdot.. q._ at Lan5.. ""l f .se her cnnstantly in Co.Coxt died May22in 6 ich-
adof t_=wast.... ". I ,ntftheo en he and e her hrsnd hemorrhage.a He wasd 6B2
Cobseenangwi_ ,WA$toth trCpsn*habhe Duke of .dlnpo,,rffw, dr enaye
toe--- -lipin" e ulads, whe .o-day^ through Wandsworth. thne time of hi deat,
rmain nil hisi ur tn In largest f Ieondon's 28 metropolis Cox was Comm anding Officer of
.r t....ned nto o e uan boroughs. The tour was the the Army Environmeontal Healh
.. ...... -{ A-MS, M. tI, -Mr. um. _.._an, p~~afe s fourth fnd final by the queen to Laboratory at the Army Che-
..,o- A J e Ag.., A r-e.- Am .As eCf the s om' 'litiin offles of the Locks outlying London districts, mica enter, asgewoon lea
o*add the8e btt-an... lem*mtn eo were transferred ye-ster- strianc e was on neave w.
00--.. 000 an &os e u t s t-e eIes of tthD~~,,the econd floor of l. R ebelstri rn
By"' ,1"ovd later became n lstration Building to Indochuinagi Re e
rmeWat in r quarters at Pe- .etti-n h MT re Arms Crew Abandonsr
01I_*ma.ohd an ovm r mdUl-, 'P-" w office are locatedL csu. iylLod Shsr '
VAn d .the Jut taOn tm ,inde he a lc r. The HO Idoha une ~Nof0 CasUa es
snIdceumed additional former lcatd China has stepped'
-l. ite t Taon Building several French headquartr cared to-nae
oN wbe -edhfor the chief of the greatest concentration of fire- trol in two holds.
I -" n. 1941 a and his staff but phones power they have commanded The Ibervle. owned ,
no .aaoot been installed yester- sinTe a war Ibe waterman Steamship
The S6-ssThedincrersetheavl e dedC hn sent a radio a
office chance to be ar.s has beem sharp since the had nlcked up the crew of t '
at the Administra- end of the Sas campaign, the stricken ship and that
To--e Is the traci fer of French aNI. The Chinese are were aparently no casualS
Security Branch shlapila tUSatitles of 120 mm. Cause o( the fire was
a t nthOd floor to the of- mortar asd ull-less cannons explained. It was not Do
ron the first floor Preach aviators reported that that the Steoeholm was I ln .,h
9 Smopled by the TreAs- rebel ant-alcrt fire "is the trees until the erill's
Calo greatwe~t ghellahe ver rmn ianto." report was dispatch.
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N NOOUNDBD I y NELSON ROUNSeVL., liN ee*INa United S The tagies TsfB
.. .NH STR .rT P 0SoN- 134. PANAMA. ft. OF P.
45! MrAnisON AVE. NEW YORK 1171 N Y
pop MONTH. IN EDVANCE -ANC _._ C l00A.70 -- -5. r.1"
Drew Pearson Says: New YoKe chief is exton
Son E BRUCE BIOSSAr t; Bustling Bill Johnson "sell
CSecmpeary of State Dulles. who wod agency; Faces appropriales ,'
SA has not been as sure-footed a thtn ed rei
So pected, nevertheless w as In firm '
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of Thie Panemo Amer- stride when he declared the dent theolho nt orm a ut ther 4*
ken. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confie- Ulited States would promote -ten rvaon end frustatlon.
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't appear the East and Asia and Cive no, aid Wjer e nde r atrah
Smet day. Lettes are published in the order received. or appeal anee of aid to colonial-d d station other s a iath.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. ism. n tash ef rRnAT
r e g i o s D l l e s f o u n w h a tt r a t o -.W.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. rOn ho. D u ent. tour o those- b e d n s
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions eglo Duie found what oth- ference,' said the
expressed in letters from arderss. er before him have round. I. tele phone and d W
seo PThL native populations desper- 25Is et ele phone, and the Mazi
lately want minependence.
EMPLOYE WANTS SUBSIDIZED PASSAGE They %want an end to colonial up o er,' sad the voice'
ON CHOICE OF SHIPPING LINES control 'y Britain. France, or1_ ._ satid e oi "
eany other. 0o Mmiiae, -------t-on--n---e- ---
St hetInsofar as the United States k dr ame me nd

First of all, I am employed by the Canal Zone Government, erable is favor.- "iftea meLt later, thpa me
and am going to the West Coast of the US, onla wave shortly. Myato Ch ise rno sts rets or be1 7 easl ater he 0testt
problem is this: I would have to pay $55 for a one way passage to e i
New York on a Panama Canal Company liner. The balance of espoi se the nationalistic goals "o t r
the first class fare would be charged against thheDivision which I /f these peoples. th e Reds are .I vtto vict hdo.1e.
Nr as of yesterday, the Court of Claims ruld that the Pan- ofethe access arthey have Iha I "lThw A eripa director tfI n
ama Canal Company is a private company, which means to me, hndi iog over I w $oxa el.
that it is in competition with the other private shipping concerns a d distorting movementsfor I VS. Iee
doing business in the Canal Zone. It is like the United Fruit independence.-
Company, for example, which company can furnish me with the that the Asiatics and Near East- h noa
most economical rates for travelling to west coast ports of all the ern folk who allow this to hap-Rgeeatof, n l n ttieb hleawaxAtr
American Merchant Marine ships. p.en are incredibly naive po lit- er he nl worried about red tape. d aen
As the Panama Canal Line runs only to Haiti and New Yorksical ly.T O e he did wite "He might hade
It does not help in my travels up the west coast. allytn r. ie n e fm
Now, if the erCanalZon e Cornment an subsidize the Pan- They do not realize they areh Joans enh "sowe afty aa m t a
ama Canal Company, a private shipping line, for the remainder trasng or Caush and ent h or-seo and use tt ea-r, prn pvparn it
of the price of a first class fare for an employee of the CZ Govt.raords ro n Communist maet s t eotake the te Departm.n 'e p
be subsidized for the remainder of his first class fare, (in excess Yet.isimple fairness. we depende t __I
of $55), on another private shipping line boat, say, the United ohthhe enchstness tom ur t ohon d t llt t

doingbeninesshethoe a lone5. hadie ea ted ri gngt ase ah reue ri -. ,
Fruit Line; which line has the most economical fare for a U. S. concernta fol"r their freedom andoia haN d oh 'tend" ft ye ad a et e Peloidellt 1 er
an hat tionesh f impo h srema nnd t r or befme

-Lne china *do not caetihn
Mercant Marine Vesasel travelling to the d west coast? ou.r own if we do not help to lift-r d, n r een t ,. ,n he.,' State prmet Coherf. beom

cthe colors of the rePanama Canal r it whether P china do not care to fight a nde r
theaccoiykrComomny, a byivate sing and for tohhe rem 2. nder tradinBritshndrn -O P rth'cofliiltet so pofwhat Jet led -t .
the colors of the United Fruit Lne; tmloe both pr- die for Frenth rulers. Cater o. Mtn Taber ot New. trk. the renowdod t'i
,ite shipping concerns flying the. Ainer F halm whose No effort to enlist large native d- Sen den Mt abihe o e e -S o
are- Am simpaes.a.rne81.
asdof Directofs tre Americans. forces In behalf of freedom WASHINGTON-(NEA)-Washington i begin- 1SORY BEHIND ROMANCEh vmet's o1AEactiteV hOudf refmain I te S
tonl which com es to my mind: hothft a er e ri we like ly to sue e un d Btil ning to buzz about the W white H house bridge mn t.^ ..r' i t1 8T h 4, V W BS 1 '"
e-bAbyther thouag t Wh Di c isonmy nd: tpgr Frae givs e pop games.One recent Sundaysesion began in mid- The start of the romucer between Masach m e think ohnson is d a poor job, argue that et
Then, the remainder of the first class fare t eciti ew contrlftio-destinies. afternoon and ended along about midnight, with setts Sen. John F. Kennedy'- beautoioI sister. up a sep.rate agency would creAte dqphatiog ove
b 6. Ther the re mainder of the firs t class fare clothes, di n exesini e n. -*_
fetthe operation of the Commissary Division, *sad eould be We cannot order the French a break at suppertime. mEtnIce. d tober rgeanit per, r., Is a more enone. A ifce Oese theo ongressmen d iti.
on to the patrons of that institution. Thlik of to do this. But we must try hard I the game withe tEd Weit were Secr1tar1 Shnver wedding I New York recently waon rtiopp ui omte h 1e s lo to sb
ig thought the next time you reach for a can of aef a in to persuade them. of the a reestr Georgerey, Secretary of theMost elaborate arwalevent r in years.
yomm pose the Shipping Interests, who e powerful 'mw th imel war er o n ofthe Air Force Harold M. T albott and George aath oa et bout 5 o e But Johnson hap been peddling up to Senator Irth

ecx nt o the rema inder of a first class passage to the west coast, set up). Secretary Henlmphrey had to leave the game to delinquency rogra e Dep t of .
a oard another private shipping concerns vessel than that of And the French must begin to appear r a Meet the Press" teevison show at tice. The t good-loon at a- ut, thog ?Mdcarthy w.ha hl ge *'
P e te theama Canal Company? fana attehink serious of yieltdoig htme- six, .etherame back afterward. sige t he n neyofas a. then, Johnsont's advisers sot out he h htot4 ePu, wA the

I'd eno getting home or r. coieonLothies along the Mediter ra n! 'rumb ued t a. ; i t noand aW r

to shpiyppailo Atgr to ,okreer l gn e to realiz tthoa eniear goe naive .. a m or a n d trO. h e dorela re nd.b
to, i oakee Bode ram i from4o- i e I DtheB .a a nt ans o nto the e fi ,d

metim VTo + letter ....ed The staruattBo fone ennlney ,.bettee tBnr tAAh- u They t .hn .ohanna n ofth d.ot. a #, Be [ha is St
not thec one.nthid oatonaewmm m y ool t ond: .ta rent dep.o .nroasts t hup).SecretfaryHumphtoyadto resnbet a rne nm thd-eee Redateiq nySju
oe -n howete- e inrCts yo D osn't c eea d rt a t y e a ..e Contesetoinvesd o te on eoiteri afternoon sand eg rmatpondM wPesotele m oionghth ow tti be n. T e.e ey d r s i o, e 'ty "e, oud er, .t. or ,

t e ao a eriatiew s ht in o essr irsonve s.el: i Wne c t fore th e freonc- rea der o t s l aa re pri t mn ,'s B moae .el a d e. .t-
Fzii. + C aDo fewomerpano y? tthonhpoee kie.-ne Yiedinsgshe six, -bk a tsignedtoher"o-us hOoad vlerOs e centeboe he Hot tao ttm

n t i Ee p of tPhat ndst. Ts f letatl trdo t But heim N hr rt i e gm t te ent hne won T twone ammte -" c ir

wrarienty g Cou ingh a oetfte or50.c tol nersualonthem. othe To- e pe t ow.orusdto, c ralotaof kr d oe ot e al r ate WF j,;6 -eve n yers. ...
commTesemvetUso mbdte Sbohieentrstn vstr ,oe, u u ael tund o leo.ei

toikl the t o thoe ana m t han o n Mal anda it e ar Aoe oaf oeol coron Atore prom- nc/a, J tSs OK, h auhopal ed anedi trlu
heeB tn pauLshTmeThe orn31na Aell.en n oa nd .- Io-d b oi l'deT e. t thl .ubbna c.e o f.. ,
'eonl be awghful tppnking iwen there ta iulBeso hon tcern atroe. os oit thne BEt Caon and "oeorthune W Randosw c.airmano the newti oud, t.o o aIPNErs coate
am. Ter ashl nonpswim ing pooe l r adi t apm p oarensdid nolo thebuero.eth sat tloor d u Cd0ed00t01 1eronsneereday eor. Fier ao Miss dy l ave

en 'Dosafome repainer clwo hs pathe re o the p ool mant l eft- wiuth inre or t 16c atmphroaepohd t leav tcy pro e htpat~h ofeJ"-t Comm .. .. or. .
oolard a ve suiggesins corcmrovsem ets hhae lap f d fr iFreo thap clar a P"Meet .h Teyea"' wrs at il -g emeodratlnso
tthnre oaure fewet. inly eromu nsmy o n bieli the e- sex, euatlese tfaa.rl oad.dl.Mrs 192-. ISe _a_ inng. w hih plsallf
....r a oan s w aa r bt out hatwIt.

n Ke th ok oe ltes o o the p l lso heand y gie ra the se tothn e f 4 o d. ihbt a *
fomrm Tad Amllgaind.10twhosould ol h prob,.ri. a the to*W*W. work 'lesel ofrpss.eae rdeh
4. And plas e loniallandscen thwithidesigrtheos yorenccagl l s -". ...A t a a pnediated fO aut

cracer-oxe dan rs Ioul ha t I Wo
hWeadr .in f pham .t here it sBu tther homea nd e t ee runbbis howl ." haveI, e

S a few t e yEros o i t tinued nhel for it fmg. A -1 be C of..t 1916 cla at Anpr. Teey served tln e a C t A e
o kr. s, 3u Go mat e'n lc a k 'roswiht s d a Inctheri' ftg fr a year duringlthowa hrq mt t 1me wa.had
teo sr e aresw e rnr r onh of p op lte l kw hefe waa le d se92 erdtogether for hr.Iuo to t o$r .I.-A eb1s l aror '
and o hallow enc. We're just a little tirediIa=y awl to se-"0' s"' Iedid .. r-Pgno.ing_ Pal

a r ty said-commusm 1 was an th Lndn alait. s.
Wl 1ial y eoubu mee.galner and in thesedthnterri etorIo ndeeesoh r- d .1- eao1r h" *e n hetoa uco.
ou m. wrappers, moganettesanddogo!. frtoo ,, rh.thetwo'e to work closly .h ,t
3. Sweep the cementA around the pool a hti e .i oreoftend 8 oZAl hlmhae .......E u' .. in mtri. n, arnn.og a-. "b. .....iwtd.I24asef e m
.And please clean up the dressingrooms tf Prvou Pzcalltnese; ".hudhpchock t d thisg ef bor COW
crackeorr-boxes.dressingrrooms).. .rIf ou could-hear-the:WHhidleteofall- AirFore ..fet 4 -e, for
comments made by both residentsand v o-s to the C. Z. NAPPANE. Ind. UP,-.Mrstviewthis om n o.toe.iL"-T cu...a .. '_----_-. ..' ,
som sr d =nththe,,.Th ---, wo oe-, ABI's

I.Aiere are wooks in tneddressing rooms.or Maitz saw blood gushing Cb. fe than F. IrwinIn ,, '
eou le g aren t ik ..... nter s ....f ourse,-Noudohavafe, .ur ru v wdu uahperhu s on apcWte... w mt. a-. n to 1 th1 Oldthe Dnm.r ,
S there are so few lockers for tb A number of people.A H ,bknow the ffre f.ashloaded,**Mrs a.". ... ;---.. -.. lldw-
W hy don 2t you buy more g od kers andl thenT Nelocks and ke 't .T.. .- LEeach. E"e '- d -" 'A l' .. : "i+- ..-l.; _O
forea small fee of, say, 10(.,Thet shoud solve the problem a'.' M rJ s"

13 .Er. ...rIfnyouwer1r,:,m GetzO 'p.. -a r t.
o Answ2r5Roi revbousdPuzzle 4esLi A masput-

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9 Shield bearing 32 Slender
10 Water vessel 33 Lampreys
11 Domestic slave 35 Protective
19 Eternity apparel
21 Dine 37 Rip
24 Encourage 43 Golf device

53 Pleasant
55 Heavy blow
56 Not any
.57 Consumes
60 Courtesy title
61 Beverage

Gt FAST IEV with
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tkis MEDICATD P -wderlI Cae ,srg t nf h bbp e..s ,,k
sess a m &s c I lais lb. uw.he omageaisf a lhem
NO. mtedia4d 1d A a Paoepw S 1 m re .. 'The A msl gw b t
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in C-apuhiin
i24 Onager
.17 At thtimefte
1'0 Taut
*4 Wild hog
S 236 Insect egg
;j9 Assam
40 Compass point
41 Masculine
L appellation
42 Wordless
44 Sluggard
, (Scot.)
46 River in
S 47*Seine
it Waltzer
44 Male

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SIt A M=1. R OPEHONORED cer of 764th AAA Batalli
Fo g A Pbeog Mrs. A. H. Springthorpe, who Is leaving with Captain University ofMane, aso
I -- 0 -- Spritor to makfe their home in the States, was honored sor of Military Science
Mrs. reaean-fe avwlo W4 ll dinner and silver dollar shower given -Tactics
B^t^ I sat. fWASHINGTON, J SOUP) the senators licuded $2,179,689.- at the V d TiTteny w by the lots' Wiie s
.--iM. ...(. '..'tha*R.. n-Thq Senate Fo elieon. 8 iud!IWt mltary auistance a h Be Wm yt w we. tls New Jersey ando ml H
s l M o immtttee yed for o AtI c 'Treaty na- The gift was presented In a N. Dupuls won thp door prize so, Texas before o
i .the bulk of Prew- ton, W or defense novel manner. A wihing well of a luncheon cloth. Maine. n
'B t In $S,400>0 g aid support Mad esoolomic assistance centered the dinner table and Leten. olonel
o pr m but of for urope $I00, O ,DO00 for Brit- by turning the handle the Camera Club Honors M.witB.h a ta en
5-- etion on the .ad stton in and ae or plane and honoree raised a bucket of all- Mrs. Schelbelera cocktar l
m In hopes the trucn3aatioU wil other we prodton, $405.- ver dollars. A buffet supper was held at quartela to honor
Sent Tbe clarified, 212,869 In rlt litary assist- Hostesses for the evening the Elks Club, Monday evening, Thonel and Mrs. Wggs
.ultneouslrC; i oue For- ance for the Near t and Afri- were: Mrs. William Clute, Mrs. by the Atlantic Camera Club W gredenca an
Anrgn Ai Committee dealse- cA, plus $t,000,000 for special J. F. Dietz, and Mrs. C. M. to honor Mrs. Margaret Schelb- wt gardenht, a nd lls t
o Pr totoIdefeated a proposal to post- copomic aid.. Chamblias. eler, who is leaving In the night, and roses a
t___ __ __ _, o e action on the program un- The other ladles participat- near future to reside Ih Wash- llles were used on
Cone eL os. pr 1 u or ia siad the Pacific area, ing In the gift and dinner ngton, D. C. Thirty members table.fifty officers
nS d dm. LtL Fl of wor ld n The $1,0,60,494 for dl'ct military were: Mrs. R. A. Allen, Mrs. S. and guests of the Club attend- Oladles called during
S- And thn ii on stance; for economic aid to L. Brown, Mrs. W. R. Calcutt, ed. ladies ced during
AM V w. ,draI .al ofVW India andpa istan,-84,400,000. Mrs. Harry Clayton, Mrs. Leo A special meeting was held noon.
SThe n. a n came the he onmittee approved $400,- Donahue, Mrs. P. W. Duncan, following the supper. A film Semi-Formal
wi .-i heels atLWhi oe t 0004 for th support of the Mrs.- H. G. Ferrl, Mrs. R. A. made by Taca Airways entitled Aeior al eae
"towi a tft which M. bwe, Frencih' w effo Indochina. Fort, Mrs. HL M. Grant, Mrs. "Guatemala, Land of Eternal The Co Solo Off
A r of State Jh ll e,~~n by Sen. Hubert L. S. Hart, Mrs. R. L. .Hearn, Spring," and another film made Club is pnsorin, ae
o ork to the (D-i nn. u Mrs. W. W Hopkins, Mrs. K. by Braniff, entitled "Holiday radance at the
MoosWeat".n a.Hudgna, Mrs. Hutchinson. Mrs. in Panama" were shown. Mr.
,f.J. .t '.to e O luertlao any portion of J. P. Johnson, Mrs. F. V. Ker- Richard Parker also showed be furdihed by the 71sa
.10.t .,d .the or l n.e t isIwt m __m n hley, Mrs. W. N. Kuhrt, Mrs. C. moving pictures of his recent bedfurote cf
... .' .ChIrftd ..Oi per- nical aid 1t Indochina If a peace W. Lewis, Mrs. A. J. McLean, trip to the Guaymi Indian
T M t field ( ) p.olnM. a aranaed there., Mrs. J. F. Meehan, Mrs. E. B. Country, on .which he was ac- All members of the
Mr AdrewWrlg~t, who left 6tof the Balboa Vorys ( (R-O.) warn .hetef Rainier, Mrs. R. Rice, Mrs. companies by Mr. M. K. Bal- Forces, eligible to a
te. i ns today en route to of d their t S a ex",utte to expect bill also Included *15,000,- K. 8. Roscoe, Mrs. H. V. Rowe, ley, Mrs. W. R. Reeves, and Dr. Club, are cordially Invgi
h nore4 at a *A en m vee co. e r m aid nd $2342- Mrs. L. A. Skeels, Mrs. B. Douglas Hardy. do so. ;
ff ht asuppier on 0 u c6Bfldenace, h~ t tcrt 0007 or technical assistance to Schoenleber, Mrs. R. H. Swain,
Monday evening given by Mr. W t t to0orow would be no cuts SSO eind Latin erica. Mrs. R. Taylor, Mrs. A. Ter- Te president of the Club, Buffet Supper Dance At
ait Sears at his home on AUo A at1 & a3e htome of that wdH crl e *ram nm- ICommittee authorized the williger, MJrs. C. S. Townshnd, Mr. Henry McKenzie, presented Hotel Washington
oe te, l Mra. M 1, 580 epeCuh- aThe Beno adm nijtration to d about Mrs. George White, Mrs. Albert Mrs. Scheibeler a scrapbook of Another of the popular
C run Isexpecte1 =on pro0000 ded Wilder, Mrs. Arthur Wilder, Isthmian scenes from t h e pers and dances tobe a
BMue Lw -From i Bogots r6 oli4t-41 .o nbt' 'onthle Ila butwot.yetspeno in. and Mrs. Campbell. ""black and white division." ed by the Hotel Was
do Le the D to st The oton In the aOte corn- Color slides were also present- being, planned. It will be
wife of the Col ul i 5 7dot'sre que. te tte*e4 delay cton on the Mr. Ferandes To Head ed her from the color division. on Stnday, June 14, 15
P ar~ ntly by *. byGrotto wl on- arked or !ieth U i prograswasmadebyRep. Omar LAW.C.For Second Term Captain C. S. Townshend had ballroom of the Hotel,
o eag J b a'g-. Sacdante natltMs,'l be conid- Bureson (D-Tex.) Mrs. Hipolito Fernandez was made a scroll for the honoree, ing at 6:30 p.m.
y. t..h, Vetd elected as the president of the which was given her. Reservations may be
MAd ti6ltett !. HhIti dthTeekete ar, Co if the He said abodld wait Colon Unit of the Inter-Amer- by calling the office. The
v .0 *W0I 'hEil each, ide a l SS d oIW1 and see e.t' Iucy clan Woman's Club for a sec- Colonel and Mrs. Wiggs pe person is $2.50.
4Mrg, W. J Hatchett Ia tri b fnd on would be an ond term of office. Mrs. Per- Leaving Isthmus
large group of s* De*a Lta 4 to ad' with g th Prdent truce ani in nande was previously the Ltr. Colonel and Mrs. John Miss Willoughby Honared
tr r id a barbe- .Passan .9 Doe ut, diu sid cmg. BY an ie's rebellion a Prance which lotl difficul- United States member preat- Wiggs and children, Jeffrey Birthday Anniversary
cue' givm:on Sunday after- Pass i ms P Those planning to travel by gaint the truce terms. ty setting up a new government. dent. and Bruce, will leave by plane, Mr. and Mrs. Pred.
noon at their home in Pedro OBpning taid-. bus will meet at the Civil Af- They said the "extremely flu- Burleson said his proposal was June 16, for the States. Lt, by entertained with a
Shonoring several friends fairs Parking Lpt (Drive Inn) Id" condition of the armistice defeated by a margin of aboutMrs Marta Nnothe retr- Colonel Wiggs is completing at their residence n
w lan to leave soon or p..1,1. ^talks prompted the postpone- 3 to 1. He emlhassed it did not ing prealdent, presided at the three years as Executive Off- (Contnue n Pae
Va nW oe aW0mert, reflect any "lack of Coafidence" last meeting for the Club year,
vmoaf s in the United States. Today's hfad h te eA&'$2 It wkc knon, hoeve thatate c in Mr. lkaenhower of aid he which was held-MondaY at the
Sheardown, on of Canda'I t *form. tPm e senators were:nett*I& by Just wanted to gS e Pr'ident Club Building. Following the
_l. W Is Heostea finest bridge Iyl* .I,t his.very or -n t -' the action of the lower h e of tkne to develop aflpos- reports f committees, the fol-
For Party best in a reen t Uel- aide. the South Koreanl Assembly itive foreign policy" lowing officers were elected
Mfts 4. W. 7 ars of Oolf Aeran BThe Dinner will be served at '7:00 which passed a resolution calling ... with rs. Perandez: 1st vice-
t ts.enrtaine with a tn- p. and dacnwillbe for all necessary measures to at- Chiperfield, Vorys and Rep- president- Mrs. H. F. Taylor;
ttal. ary giyen recently ce e, it mmM ,1idbut 8:00 ill 12:00. tack the Commaunists Ift the pre.- jamesP. Richards (D-B.C.), d1- 2nd vice president -Mrs. Er-
li mnore J of the sheadown c tuok fullU 8 1 ent terms are accepted. c. arednos (a-n.C.), desto Esteno; Recording En
U IsctC se dereuin gnup tor Mrs.Ri Rh-
"Mles Universal" cnst, their adVantage of the-opportunity The committee n charge In- President lsehbo wer hat as high as $2,0,00,000. lish Secretary-
e. and. their huabonds. given to him.. eludes Edmund C. obugh, promised Bouth Korea continued Carter; Recording Spanish SBec-
SAmong those attending were Dr. J. R. Hnt, P. M.; C0f- economic aid and a mutual se- retary- Mrs. Adada Blerbach;
the Minister of Agriculture West opened the seven of ford Moo P. d' Heyward curity alliance if he will agree to Treasurer- Mrs. FabiL Pinto,
a d CA iere Temtooles clubs, and dumy with the A. Sbngler, C. L. Oelwte, the truce terms. so far Rhee has assistant- Mrs. Lel" a cana- '
Dlas anMrs. lDa; Mr. and ace. Sheirdown, = lnlr. the Neoman D. Glavelli; James A. not replied to the President's Of- mas; Corresponding Secretary--
Mks. dolfo Arias; Mr. and South hand, suspected that East Malbe, C. H. Crosby, William .er. i .. A Miss Thelma Godwin; Board*
na. Jcsrdo Llnc; Mr. and might hold all !1mal the. t-l- Wray, P. M.; and Thomas el- It was said that the $71,000.000 of Directors Mrs. Eduardo
oMo. ArtUar Mot.t; ,Mr. and sItrump t bt Iblded t ind leor recopatruction fund may be re- Castillo, Mrs. Oladys Kucikas,
Mt ao; Mr. Soul Jacobs; out 'by leadu ,tht. "an of t vlse4'according to developments. Mrs. Marcell Gringoire, Mrs. *
Mrhe bo Boyd; Mr. and hearts from d i..aed hMwA Xll ,r i Astccessfularmistice probably Va Dennis, M Maria Cu-
Mrs. tno Sares; Mr. nd the trick, and r felt a bit The Wo ns Auliry of would mean an Increase in the y tano, Mrs. Marta Nino, Mrs.
r. l ine; Mr. and relieved to dicover that Ws the Gambot Union Church d wi wouldme e tunneled Maruja Ford, Mrs. Dorothy |
tBatifur n which would-be funneled
a. A aa and Mr. followed will mt n Wednesday, June tIrou h the United Nations Ferro, Mrs. Harry Eno, ,Mrs.
Gudl uth ued eadis :30 am. tthe r h. ,Major programs approved by Gloria Braztel, Mrs. John er-
,. WTZ nick, Mrs. Hector Grant, alter-
r.a C nates: Mrs. Matnert Petersoln
Un.e d; n of t:M ,.t waSa "- Vioa Dennisanc e Dor.your baby suffer/foi o-
P i. tue sidft t Menay for nWest. I a dt 0 tia.t 1t o.-it was Annoe a ouh and nced that Ue o.
ara.Sf Clinics* B -e; r no a t a -'t r3 r Fo ., th DAG ESTo". JI
X n geta trum oJu. mane' ma ) N o sotel Ms Reservations / "-,
Vois, I Id. tl ..ueuthd donret w 36t --In th I*:n .* Jt t hrh apr yay t r a calling Mrs. I NTiO4
stB Oi *n .AN dcd foa B e m ton al r AN experts agre that nothing is -
." r1t, will be held exvday mue Mrs. Sanchez announced thatr- gofo by a
Ron f aNa ti r r hi( gh d the*membrahl cards discontinued untilBeptember. nurse your baby, or are unable to J
for Mr. Clifford Moore, Psft m"lwhigh l It handed arm irishenoughbmclk, here inoa safe
I.i M. Mo .r :. sas to hI u I r, S du iyl' .and otheurpise Ban Voyage Shower .. inlonba here o 5,
ta' MhmeW. by-Us'. t..d.- L. Clytoi N WO. iv Foraresrs. Saiteen dependable modifier of cow's milk.
f-plOne fork the Untted west ddnt supt that South Es el l OfHes Mrs. Robert W. Stevens, of Robi Patent'Barey ad-
ptrun eA--s-ea t .4h s- sw o umthore. (bosr- oFort Sherman, who Is leaving Rbu atn-It ya
ge ts ru fom a ta. O' FficrsC Wiu- m. e soon for the Sta.tes, was hn- ed to baby fon mula makes cow's
SAndx q low.een o y as f....newa officers and ored with a surprise an dkr- milk ne digeutible, gradually
I Slreturneda) i r ,-the tr ick. rei Monh man Ofer Club Monday. ac om him tostarchy foods, h. I.
lam v AlwaysI wi spade trick, emnles. held at the post CQ Hostesses for the beautiful- makes weaning easier. Try it-see s -mr .
f s t a to dlarer So af to di eard P iL r .at ly appointed morning chow your baby thrive
co nit A i.r o he o inued of the b were Mrs.oseph W. Tbins, Mrs.Robon'
^* srfor thr. CifordMtoore. Pret Wh.S. nddad. he lfI e n c rs werte: r ul pmbr. n baby tre
to to ldssa o l .i thwe.CIOhe%.last Slasthw2muelJ.7Robinson. R ob B rllbso m
F.W .0 n g ap wil oFt orty ladies called during
SA uaner 11h ohe ofd60 C yil s Mts. C. Nl ots.wlato m-eeoe llthe morning, and Mrs. Arthur doby'frma _ssws__1
AsvemblyN -1 Or- damuo w adnisd h er oa a .....d terronee -l--,dm. .
S.1bowZore. and der to finesse nmy's Jack, while l 0. el- youl Cate, Nail Polish enhances
S' W l .V RBA-S. and then laid down dummyte e- ral loveline o
AdB pt ean" eo f o h W amatd, Secrea;andJ. H. *ar m
no.we hd d a e% pMdu, a ".' .. p I. 3eS Delays ar e costly. Our prompt delivery service and our large,
or luA ti831nI his tha, won yW ilof Outine, 4,**mdVen
ua w u the f M col ier npoishes ... bstce-i te e es
onle d trump sohD. Fors~T C. aecons hs. oracle-wr rIplete stock of construction materials are your guaranty of
-the ngof dlu and ruf Betrerhmenlwere served to redient-E-wm4lonI The
so b. mealer, a miraculous "Spillpruf" feature *OA y.
a i d Cs. dilan .. preyers damage to elothei and

Nix. a t fr m conaplete usa e of m art ,

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,C. co.nrbuaion will help to pave the Pan-American Highwey.

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PA02 FroUR 1 WA AMERICAN ""4 ....

SIDE GLANCES By Colbimth .
Shipping & Air Line New I-

S. S. Cristobal To Sail erine Manning; Mr. and Mrs. L
Friday With 168 Aboard Hemi H. Moehrke and son; Mr.
Approximately half of the 168 and Mrs. Wilfred Morris and 3 \ \
assengers booked to sail for New children; Mr, and Mrs. George ."
York Friday on the Panama liner 1Nicklaus; Mr. and Mrs. William ',
Cristobal are children of school J. Nickkisher and 2 children; and
age or younger, according to the 'Russell Phillips; ,
Msv.ce passenger list... ......... iiB,.
n addition to those sailing for Mrs. Litizia C. Rizzo and son;
)ew York one passenger, Pierre;Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Ruddy
Decatrel, has been booked for and 2 children; Kenneth A. Ros- -
Haiti. The complete advance coe; Janice L. Roscoe; Sandra
passenger list for those sailing V. Roscoe; and Mr .and Mrs.
On the S.S. Cristobal for New Clifton W. Ryter and son;
York follows: Mr. and Mrs. Charles V.
Mr. and Mrs. Carmine Ammi- Scheidegg and 3 children; Mr.
ratl and two children; Edward F. and Mrs. John E. Schmidt and
Armistead; Lillian F. Baird; son; Mr. and Mrs. David Senzer
Mrs. Anna L. Beckley and two and son; Miss Marie Stevens;I -
sons; Walter E. Benny. Jr.; Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Richard W. Stoud- ,
and Mrs. George W. Bland and 2 ner and 2 children; Miss Myrtle
children; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence p E. Swartz; Miss Lauretta Trask;
Boughner and 2 sons; Mr. and Miss Florence M. Warner; and!
Mrs. Arthur C. Bowers and 2 Miss Pauline Winderweedle. I F1y
children; Mr. and Mrs. A. Bren- .
nan and 3 children; Mr. and Mrs. ____ .___
Howard A. Brett and 2 children; '
Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Brow- ,,
der, Jr. and son; Robert G. '
Brown; Mrs. Eleanor A. Connor C I *
and son; Mr. and Mrs. Harry H.
Corn and 2 children; Miss Nancy Awl"
J. Cottrell; Mrs. Mary H Dam- WONDERFUL VACATION(
eron; Mr. and Mrs. Julius F
Dietz and 3 children; Mrs. Agnes AWAIT YOU IN
Dillon and 4 children: Mr. and
Mrs. Jack B. De Vore and 2 chl-N
dren; Russell A. Edwards and 2
L. Ewing and son; "If I'm disobedient and unmaothpable from now und 0tl Jwme. .
Mrs. Margaret V. Flandreau: I think tey'lL let me go to caug fr the wA le smen l"
James T. Ford; Mr. and Mrs. Noel Enjoy thidp o eerin" t ce
E. Gibson and son: Rafael Gon-, y n P .
zalez; Mr. and Mrs. Landen H. f .I -
Gunn and son; Mr. and Mrs.'
Roger C. Hackett and daughter;UNITED FRU COMPANY
.Mr. and Mrs. Charles W. Ham- UN T FRUI C
mond and 3 children; Mr. and P
Mrs. Robert K. Hanna and 4,U IT D RUI C MP NY
children; Mrs. Gladys M. Harley; _
Mrs. Bettsy R. Hoenke and2 IGreat White Fleet
and Mrs. Herbert G. Kelly and 6 IN
children; Mrs. Frances E. King
and 4 children; Mrs. Anona H.WArrives a
Kirkland and daughter; Mrs. NEW ORLEANS SERVICEC I
Margaret M. Larrison and son;
Mr. and Mrs. Glessle C. Lock- SAS.. BYFJORD" ........................... June 11
ridge and daughter; *S.S. "MAYA"................................... June 12
iss 8 hlr MacMillan: James *S.S."CHRI I".......................... jmit
M. McNamara; Mr. and Mrs. Fe- S.S. "MATAURA ..........................June 21
lix Mallia and son; Mrs. June C................................
MaloV and 3 children: Miss Kath-
Ju p* adbb refrigerated. Chailed and General Cargo.
Junior Cop n
EVNSVILLF, Ind. (UP) --t 1U AIM A= 810190'11111,. Layout
Youngest cop on the local force LosAn agola Arrives
is four-year-old Johnny Mike NEW YORK SERVICE
Henderson, who's been, saying California has every- .e -'NA......"....ue-
since he could talk that the inS.S. "FRA BERtLANGA" ........................ .June 16
When he dropped in at the local cities, famous resorts S.S. "LIMON ....................................
jail for a look around recently, e.June 23of
Chief Kirby Stevens presented and perfect climate. a OA I x"
him with a special badge. Iequent freisht samilap from Chrsh to 7
It's aoil yours to enjoy wft cs central amnersca ports.
in a few hours flyingI
C RE D IT time, thanks to PAA's Passenger Sailings t New, O;A.
luturltis Constolla. via Santa Ma#, (~ .

ee your Trowel Aptni or WeeklyAsalN --.a .ei.e Pam
UNION I au "' le, LAeq -!
there is strength HArtW AW*iTar
employes are eligible CXPWn CD e TELRISTOBAL 2121 PAN
to become members of Panma: L SireatNo. S, Tei.2t.0670 CRISTOBAL 2121 -- PAN 3 1, C .,
The USARCARIB AIR Colmi Slas 3ld., Tel. 1097 "
T6. USARCARIB.. ..AIR... .
open Wednesday and Friday' Save time and money. use
from 4 to 6 p.m.. Bldg. #819, Air Mail and Air Parcel Post0
right behind Civilian Housing, or i
Curundu. C. Z. Wf'f# ff '".
*T M 56 FAA INC XF-II-53-P

CRIlS WELKIN. Planeter From Melo ..

RISCrLA.'s r lo

SIoS nirni


wea ,o ae on

umnUts were ad-

-id IMW

Sand w in
her -,"Mn1 a Susie sla-
gleIaa tremsndoushlt.
1-na&aWmal evei
Sand i went HEL.
it. "I played a charar only in
one p irt From
then on I w ti me tar
name Joan Caul eld.

i and:d 1
bIB .tamd ,-


did I knewI hadersed a b
memrles of Joan Caulfeld, the
bi .ltovi star. I had become an
actress-ad a person-again."
BETW^I( 041i : AND GUZ
mOs on the oGuy Madiso-
that I isn't well enough to get,
a dl and that Guy will ne0-
er t4$ e-jnAtettve. He's the
home men's ll Hickok."
-.If isybeheld

t t-room look at the
G1mm l a Rahame c00 o-
StaOnrer, "The Big Reat," and or-
ered the full dtrum-beating. It's
sald be e tton of

t o ev to
HoUl a.. Jer Peters, w o
a I

nd b r ed

UOM and U-1 got together and


**"f^ o '

cides....Rw will reluup 'ligh-
ty Joe Young" thW summer.
ot the-'ript: Maureen
O in, beaming Qve. her
nea em tn career in taympa-
thetio roles:
',ve dJvere h vilalrY Is
better tMan W .
Jack Webb'B d sweaky
bachelor ap a
voroe from Julie London for sure
..L. Ioretta Toung nat[d Repub-
li's "Flight Nurse" and a big
salary in favor of an uninter-
s edMar. wsr a-
rM, "Latter to Loretta."
S -': L .. .'" ', '.. "

Tbe Uc OVA=rof Is tax law is
scheduled to expire June 30. Mi.
Elsenhower has asked that It be
extended through Dec. 31 to pro-
vide an extra $800,000,000 in rev-
enue for fiscal 1954 and to make
the expiration coincide with an
nividlual tax cut of about 10
pe ent.
Maytag said most board mem-
who voted to modify their
' poston indicatedd no

FWASH. Toy the otmplepi Pth News of
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Walter Bartel, r irate secretary
of Bast ermoaPrealdent Wil-
helm Pieck and prominent
Communist offcal, has fled to
W4t 9 L o o ask fbIr asylum
n the Wwt, the Amekican Ger-
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said he wquld press for renewal
of the .ndat.. curbs. He e.DdD .k NI
changed bb however Sod Boldmwe hem
sponsord the move to i the dog ee In wht te
protective provision. saw-toothed policy of 4
Agriculture experts assured back' at dogs." The X4
dairy farmers that only a trickle Citizen commented: "Wb
of foreign butter, cheese and dog may be man's best
other dairy products will enter looks like he's going to hsq
this country under the Presi- ove it In order to keep (U
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-The House yesterday passed a
stripped-down controls bill that
Its all economic curbs die, June 30
except President menhower's
allocations and priorities author-
The measure was approved by
voice vote after Rep. Brent
Spence (D-Ky.), failed in an at-
tempt to write in standby .au-
thorlt. for price, wage and rent
Spence's proposals waidefeat-
ed 113 to 65. The House also
voted 123 to 95 to discontinue the
special protection .given Ameri-
can dairy farmers under the ex-
piring Defeise Production Act.
The Senate's version of the
controls bill Includes a provision
for price-wage-rent controls in
event of an emergency, but only
with approval of Congress. An
attempt in the House to give the
President that authority failed.
The House voted out dairy im-
port curbs after Rep. August H.
Andersen (R-Minn.) declared
they were no longer necessary.
Mr. Eisenhower, who opposed
the flat ban, issued an order
Monday establishing new import
quotas and tariff schedules on
dairy products effective July 1.
Andersen, sponsor of the pro-
tective provision, originally con-
tended that the President's ac-1

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Household Automobiles Oe e m. e & g pIMles Gbramlicr h Santo Cla bach-cot- A tmoilee PROFESSIONAL
W AHiuAee Sd Eltc Iceboxes ge s stove
iVR SALE Frigidaire RefrgertrALE SALE:-1948 Chevrolet Pick- 203| A .n.n C o Sat as. Telephone 6-41 /'R
ai s~;r efrm sSALE rateo ^ ^ FOR f? ER,
Margarita, Tel. 3-1967. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic. 4567, Pdro M
central Avenue, K Street corner. Pllips. Oceanside cottages, Santo utomobie Row Anoter Novey ,.Nw dna 30 a
'FOR~y : SALE:-1952 Singer,. exeln A- .., Row
FOR SALE: Mahogny dningr FOR SALE:-1952 Singer, excen Telephone 2-3479r Panama. Clara, Box 435, ralbo.
set, buffet and China closet com- condition, 6,700 moles, $1,150, Panama 3-1877, Cristobol 3-167. No. 16
bine. 1701 Old Cristobal 3-2797 may be seen at 0426-A, or call Through the Panama Canal aboancrdo
Balboa 4139 between 6 8 p. m. the Hotel El Panmmi "Pescadora" Willias' Santa Clara Beach cottages, ~.
Lv E--dS ndtick or tabe FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4 Door Se- lun hinld $ Frda 2 Bbooept s eU Soo
tand miscel- don, radio, seat covers. Excellent S Travel Agent or ph Sk' onto t r.J PR5e SIAY. E 1 Ma
A, Mango Street. Balboa. eluded full insurance until Decems- n. J i P 3 0' 3Sampl Clav E a __,__ _. tle SSS
oneus. Tel.d 2-1658. House 14 tires and mechanical condition. In- 1 1 ppe R3 R El oese Etiylng Ar i
FOR SALE:-Winter Binet Piano. Balboa 3411 ofter 4:30 p. m. ISLANDS! Beach. Telephone" B 1o a389. 9 FOR S ON .
$ 4 0 .0 0 a ft e r 4 o 'c lo c k P h o n e I 8 0 Dr o.T h tJuTe 1 2 1 3 1 4.ISlfe rungd to 8 p m o r s ee C a re ta k e r.E F O R S A L E : 1 9 50l N o s h Sd n. W S E Fd M n T 7 211 0= 5 3 O
after 4 o'clock. Phone 5184-B Diablo. Jun 12, 13, 14. Sedan.
-4496, Blb-o. FOR SALE:--1950 Plymouth Special aunt thru the Poanma Canal to FOR REN ain )r. cav.. F. NovJ Inc.
'OR SALE:- 25 cycle Coldpot re- De Luxe, 17,000 miles, W-S-W; Colon San Bias and Porto Bello! A RENUT C.t. *o F.n. + aot Crutee l-, N nMIe 5 r ,t ..
frigerator $35-00. 4 burner apart- ND.47) -oK KeN Inc .
ent size gas stove $20.00, House air scoop, luggage rcks, excellent Panama's Pescadora. Leave Balboa
-44 throughout, $1,200, 25 cycle re- Friday 0 p. m., arrive Colon 2:30 p. FOR RENT:--Furnished or unfumish-
FOR SALE- wardrobe, China closet, cord changer G. E.3 speed, leave Colon 9:30 p. m. for Son ed house in Bcill Vista, 481h St. W ii ln S. t 1 "'
-one 5 piece set, I baby crib and P.'reords, $35.00.- No. 16. 3 bedrooms, diningroom, iI p"hSu
other small household items. House Cycle wash machine motor new Ion Sunday afternoon. Through the livingroom etc. For further in. fo r- !
5 28 Apt. J, Red Tank, Tel. 2- $15.00. 1526-A, Govilan Road, Canal Monday 6 a. m. returning to nation telephone 3-3407. R L9 o str.
,2301 La Boca. Tel. 2-163 1. Balboa. Meals catered by El Panama. FOR RENT:-3 bedroom, 2 bathroom LU. i Special Coupe $1,550.00. Wel an d orate or moe
FOR LE Wstinghous refrigerFOR SALE:-953 Chrysler Sedan, Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit, furnished chalet; July and August. ilig. anhd fl2 gr cla orI mhea.
tor with deep freeze, almost new, $2,400 cash. Leaving Isthmus. jacket, fippers and spears for un- $150.00 per month. Tel. Panoma C0IH6. hhn "2
cat hdepreezaonewTlphnBb_0 edrwater fishing, and your camera 3-3748, after 6 p. m. CHE VR-OLE
cost $370.00. Bargain $200.00. Telephone Balbo 3150. androlls ofcolor film. Pelase make
Phone Cristobal 3-707. FOR SALE:-1940 Chevrolet, $195, reservations early through your Travel FOR RENT:-Two bedroom chalet; U IC K
FOR SALE: Three piece uphol includes insurance and plates. Pos Agent, or Jungle Jim Price at Pon- kids welcome, buy $95 worth of BICOLDSM BI LE ". I -B
tereC livingroom set, slipcovers, sibly finance, hurry call 3-5069, ama 31660. Special price for groups appliances. Cal 3-5069. L
drapes and fiber rug. Phone ris- Panoma. of 10 to 16 people. FOR RENT:-Smll house "El Con-
.tobol 2453 house 171-A. FOR SALE: Dodge Stake Body RESTAURANT CONCESSION rejo settlement to American FOR SALE-1950 Buck Sur S ?a
FOR SALE:- Beautiful dningroo Truck, one ton. Perfect condition, Bids will be received in the office of couple without children. Telephone FOR SnE Radio, $1.95 0L.k, 'U M mW tOe OR= a_ 1n
et almost ne. One pair Vene- new tires. Tel. 2-4902. the manager, Curundu Post Restou- 3-4512, Mrs. Navarro. _r1__d a IIB'pI
an Blinds. 48th Street No. 23, FOR SALE:- 1940 Chrysr Club rant and soda fountain concession. RE T
Apt. No. 3, Tel. 3-3457. Coupe. Best offer. Leaving for Bids will be received until 1300, July FOR RENT .
F SALE:-Kenmore washing ma- States. Phone Albrook 5156, duty 5th. 1953. Address bids to Resturnt
chine, 60 cycle, Simmons double hours and Panama 3-5146 after Officer, Curundu Post Restaurant. Apartoments ..a. \ / a pm.B- m
bed with innersprin mattress best 3:30 p. m. G. L. Silverthorn. Fresh Bird Seed, mounting, nesting ALHAMBRA APARTMNTS ee
pffer takes. Phone Albrook 7238. ong food, cuttle bone, bird tonic Two and four room furnished and L three b, rom 7 to 10 wo
E-- Sa Water Witch wash- Position Offered nesting hair, sun flower seed, ve unfurnished apartments; private en- b 3
FOR ,L- ears Water Witch wa bird seed, rabbits, nen tetras and closed gardens. 8061, 10th Stret, FOR 18 N 0 C a
Sing machine 60 cycle. Good con- WANTED: English and Spanish barbs. Acuario Tropical. Prnoa's New Cristob.. Telephone Ctpn 0 1948 Nash 6 00 Cu l bl to begin paftel sd era ,
FOR SALE:--Or trade for what have preferred. Apply All America Cables 3-5411. OR REN: In res id ential actor E
'you: 8 ft. porcelain 25 cycle and Radio, Inc., Balboa, C. Z. ATTntic ie e R RENT-ua In resien d prti y The seclor. the plane ol e'
' Commissary guarantee. Easily WANTED: Experienced salesmen men, ballroom dance will start vey wel ituated. Interested p T i t-wk place of .
Westinghouse refrigerator, with for nmew and us cars. Oldmbile Thursday, 7 p. m. Cristobol "Y" ushed. Te. 3-4024. tra i erfur- f
worth $100. Will consider any Agency..Tr iks, Cheole, Opels $5.00 a month. Dance partners 0
reasonable offer. 1549-H Gavilon Hasm S. A. Vie E- No. S. provided. Homett &r Dunn. FOR RENT:---rished 'artmenlt, TI A O I tdla Wu o
Rd. WANTED Automobile Sales man Beautify your bust line with our pat one or two couples. BSet rnsidmentil AlBIO F a" lce a.
FOR SALE-.-9 cu.ft. Coldepot re- wn our section. No. 13 43rd Street. Opl .T^ ^t00- (CA
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Coldspot re- permanent position for right man, ented French bust enlarger, noo 4 T bu 7 T.
frigerator G. E. washing machine, Panamanin or American. Writ more es. For free demonstr- FOR RENT:-Fumished apartment, C E V L T
025 cycle. Call 2-6386. House Box 879, Panama. tion in your home call 3-2217, bedroom living-diningroom, porch
20-B, Ancon. P Copeelonma. ind gara-ge. 43 St. Mexico A Svetwn, BU 'iU ., -CK 1
n WANTED: Competent welders, 0.
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FOR SALE:-De Luxe Spin Dry 60 must pass test to secure job. Good J0I. u '
cyclee washer; Kenmore apartment, salary. For test see "High and FO SALE FOR RENT: spcious and cooa I.. A
Q. tIo ,, a. C' ,
size gas stave. One year old. 4 Weatherly Ltda." From 7:00 a. lm. $.00ia. t i t col 1. My al ti
74 SL R rFishing Company has. opening for a. n tio2_ a. m. to 43p. m. No infi Ia -. 1a
'9n s, A pt. 6. c a p a b le W h ite rA& o ve f 5 Ima. t om4bp .4
SALE: -uartermaster dinig years of age. Combined office and FOR RENT:--Fumished two bedroom Wt
ab!e4 theirs; upright piano. plant work. Able to supervise per- e.~ apartment. For July and '-August p r, -
years 44t h St. Apart- -. t
green porch blinds, youth bed, sonnel, knowledge of English and Pl01ye" y. t No. 34 44th St. Aps l- & b IC llhill-e gdl.
10i Phone 2-267. S461-Bt commercial driver's license as- leek eyiei Mi edA el ment2. v rFOR SALER b 9 C e l
S "olldqn St. sentiols. Initial salary $140.00 f hF yon the llowilag '48 F OR SAL T:--One tdoo rhd F u 4s- Chevrolet 9. Mub5k bo .. .l at bleak am Xea g
.'R SALE:-Bamboo livingroom set with chances for advancement for nSede, 1le tle, New b -rkeas apartments. Facilities for rentinCig, pqbl M7., banat
.sofa, 3 chairs, four mirrors, very ambitious man. Prefer one that muffl, me w baths, a 1 fre pat y dmo. Easy ht f or.V ran n D
mancorner of Bolbo Avenue and erences required. Apply Cong elA- f I jr 00o00 Amrca n-ers. Used-0t Stoves -T 1.J to mi e odeo oin l mM

FOR SALE:-Beautiful genuine Chi- quitoBela Vist. ets Ross Spinet piano, perfect FOR RENT-Independent oaitment. .. 91
ese Draon rug, ,in perfect con- condition, mahogany finish, excel- Two rooms, bath, kitchen, private Re Ll u p. .
nese Dragon rug, in perfect con- FOR SALE ,.. -.. *.o0, *v .,, -., .- gden.F.rt a.s. M-fua- V Es.a.s Nr
dition, 8 x 10, a bargain, maho- lent tne. $400, will py f m grden. forty dollars. Sm-furnish- -
ion, 8 ing. Lyle Womack, phone 6-226. ed. 8071 Eight Street, New Cris- V 1s 7H
shelf glass top, two iron flower pot -- &__b_, M o to.0rs tI., .$ ,
rstokbO FOR SALE: Ham gear, HRO 7 Jooe F
stand, mahogany center table, FOR SALE:-Sailboat 20' 1 x 61/2' w Revr, AA to D coils, TBS50D x- ertbl, $795A W.11111a C,
mirror top. Pictures. 47th St. No. gr marine goas engine, sails, good Mtr, Pwer Supply, TU5 VFO. FOR RENT
7, Tel. 3-1025. condition. Phone Mr. Linden 25- Elincor 10 meter beam, American R R O 211o
OR SALE:-General Electric wringer 3865 or 3461 Rodman. crystal mike, 2 cycle $250.0.
type w washing m machine, 3 w weeks FO R SA LE :- -1 dI H P ho e 6 -1.0 -B 2oC.
old, $110 00. Chid's wagon, $7. es FOR SALE-1-4 and 1-6 H.Pr. 25 FOR SALE:-Communication Receiver FR RENT:---Fumished room, kitch- ; t 3
00; Vacuum Cleaner, $10.00; international Business Machines. Hammarlund H.Q. 129 x 60 cycle. en privileges, bathroom privi ege A
Floor Lamp, $3.00; Bissel Carpet Caolle Primera, 15,. Telephone 2 Phone 3397 Naval Station Rod- ent entrance. 46th St. I A
Sweeper, $4.00. Assorted green 3444. man. n o. Apt.
bamboo porch blinds, $4.00. House BARGAIN. Leica Camero with f.2 FOR RENT-Tocouple, a frnised FOR SALE.:-- 190'sn -ouvtil1
SALE:-Refrigerotor Westing- Atlantic Society... ars. Phone 2-6418. washing machine. 43rd St. No. 43,
house 9 cu. ft. 25 cycle, Misc. (Contued rom Pare THRE[E) FOR SALE :-Winter clothes for 13 .partme tt C. -
tables, Balboa 2-1738 or 1468-D, or 14 year oldgirl, two coats, three FE O N ES

LE SSO N S day anniversary, skirts. Perfect condition. $50 for 1.anco"days 7Smagiga t II
Fourteen guests of the col- lot. Phone Cristobol 2370. otlagervance' a O ,
liege set, from both sides of FOR SALE: Tropical Fish, Pair, FOR RENT:-Medical clinic, furnish-
HThantic Side teenagers c op fsor the Isthmus, attended, guaranteed. Mated Angel Fish, ed, above Centrol Theatre, No. FOR SAL& 14 il&
bTl "Y" $10.00 for 3 months $20.00. 5457, Cottage, Dioblo. 141, Cintrol Avenue. R1dlq
course. Harnett and Dunn. Summer Recreation Proeram FOR SALE: Small upright piano, FOR SALE
Watch your dancing partner girls, Announcement very good condition. 10th 7025 OR' SALE
character shows in glides, dips and The Summer Recreation Pro- Tel. 929-L, Colon.
'whirls. Learn to dance correctly, gram, in Margarita, will be in- FOR SALE:-Couple leaving Isthmus,
,Llona Sears, Tel. Panama 3-1565 augurated on Monday, June 15, sells Peruvian Silver. Parque Lefe- '.V e"I "st+te =
,for information, starting with swimming at 9:00 vre, calle Primera \No. 38, tel- FOR SALE .-Lot with tlen to build at
Ip Wd eaulroo: dancing will be of- Gilmore is remaining for the + .0 '
on Monday y, evenings and manding Officers of Fasron ed house in Costa Rite. Swlmmin@
WANTED :-Maid 25 years of age square dancing on Tuesdays 108. pool. moe detoll write to:
old child and general housework. must be registered for the pro- Ladies' Day At Fort Davis FO __r M-it- "
Do not apply without references. gram to attend. I The lad members of the FCims e2.

Fourth Of July Comnieltte umed tnr weekuy Lames' $14,00* Z &fmqs P low
Fourth Of uly Committee Day, which Is Jroving very suc-- .mon 12 ow
Meeting In Qatun cessful. Offices of the new v 0 -
The members of the plan- organization are: president S a teel W boi* s ell
D ning committee for t* 4th of Mr. Elizabeth Patterson; Sec- Misc. m useldi
July In Gatux are eated retary-Treasurer-Mrs. Bonnie refrigerate, wNh o
to, meet at the aUt~q Club- Pd Mrs Mtle Parke Amaa 22W, 9 4 -
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tI urpin Wins British Version NavalStation, VP45
Oggt, Homer ,Of World Middleweight Crown Atlantic Cage ener
S -' yCARL iT NATIdN Ag THE STANDINGS 25 o their free throw
Team e W L 1 LONDON, June 10 (UP) Atlantic Basketball League polled defeat for Far. e
O 0 (U~i' LONDON, June 10J(UrRa
YO fA 4 L53 ,lfEke U RyC t 1 rurpinoof Zngland uedW P e t.0latter so times .
32 ialef Ub igt W ra aican arl ENa Out i l e d Naval Station 1L 1000 te ms. Va
ill t tor te PhUadelpIa 9 i attack to win a 15-round d- 1 sareamon our of
bk= 1 1g.- 4 15-14 Victory* W ill Play I I.ood se harl, s alSports 0 :r Bact1a
Sore a ttr than a ncit ,e their bttle for the Brlhr Gibraltar 1 .000 rade with 1. J oi
Sttburh 5 33, .on of the world middleweight Faron 0 1 .000 tribute 21 points to
SCcago 4 1 311 Tomorrow t ah arL title at White City tadium.- cause, making
0 hl V 4 men he I i Negro Turpin, former world MONDAY'S RESULTS man for the game.
iordon also hit a M tdm TODA o champ, kept his European ti- Naval Stalz 63, Gibraltar L. 58 Powels-Unis a
Shower. The Oiant had the win- .t L(N) tie. VP-45 54 Fsron 49 Deut T
tth nl antlr tthme.r4nhea l Cl tna n ( .N) The touring Janlalcan girl Sunday, at 4 p.., the visit- It wa a bruising fight In TONGHT'S GAMES Another thrl, i twil-b
S0i nwhnm they.pnt llth l m Mwae ak softball players made their sec- on pla l the tar game which Humes tried desperately Naval Station vs Fasron basket l
oo tw S k hits forws i n e o Mfllict Chicago at P (2-T-N) ond appearance a winning f- when Y. 'tagle wihArsi to slow up the Briton with a Powells vs Universa Sports Margarit gym tonight
r bia ~niphn streak outlSa o .t ti fog te A c Al t I ., ort b dh AtnAll Coa, the Omlymple Stadim. body attack. Humez was hand- Naval stio
Sd e LTS 8tar, 15 to 1, t Mount Hope. The Arui Col, otfit ruled as capped by a profuse flow of Both Naval Station and VP-45 turning to action i the
.Sl at 104vico ovnr S 00 thousanLd. il overthrown Alem an, left eye, one under his right eye, Mondaynigt not because of rtwo ent weli
oMfhhut wh"e ad Cratdali.i Wpin out a five-run deficit iJr. and one on the brid of his the lad of reserves, but be- ral sortwll
llaSn c 10-,b. boU0 ( d Wilhelm aLndl th wnrat inning, the Jamal- right eye, and one on bridge cause both game were close debut.
gateraiC. de l-t 0-,bt 5- s lm rl ea reaed back With a series The box acre of his nose. right down to the final quarter, Both Powells and U
h 7 i of rallies to tack the deibat on Turpin scaled exactly 160 the strategy paid off, for the feature spee and south
No...r noe. 7-* "u n;ds.t -.- Mary .De Leon, who went the ATLANTIhC STARS Pounds. the middleweight limit, two Navy ams scored victories according to re- aon
J 1a~f ti 1r- 2 route for the Atlautic Stars. AB R R after two pounds had been on o ening night n the Atlan- Uniport th o
one' e ,2.ud for. the Jamal- Mt rederlck. f 2 rubbed off him at the noon tic Cage Loq. player rate l
.streak1to Y lasol ( -0) and an- c" s but yla~.ld a five-.E angulllen, ef 1 1 0 weigh-in. Humea weighed 159. Naval Station, defending over the coid Powa
1947 by -0) arun barra l"theV first to La- 8. Gyles, 2b 4 1 0 Although Randy will be ree- champions of the 1952 season, Both Eam on tonight.
-._y .. ClevelaCd nto ln n a .verne Connolly, the fire-ball E. Markland, a 3 1 onized as world champion by served notice on the rest of the uslba. at 1.m. at
d t Jev t Wh -.. e, who got credit for the vic- E. Reid, 2 1 O the British Boxing Board of teams in the league by comngiMargarita ,s
tor. D. Worrell, lf-rf 3 3 Control, he will b reognied from behind the overcome many th
d 00200 01110 10 0 Joy Clements~ o paced the C. Warner, c 5 2 3 only as Earopean champion nine-point Gibraltar lead held treated to on nina
O et, Jones, Becwki, Jamcan atta with a homer. Q. Marklnd, 0 0 0 by all other boxing organmie- at half time and keep wh~tling Monday
W. hi.. f9-... .o al.a w. sn, Lenard (-2and d- Doalores Worttll, three for five E. Smith, rf 3 1 1tions. away until the final three Min-k The box score.
SI. Drewd ContaWaer, three for D Warner, rf 1 1 1 Turpln will be asked to fight ute when they ra off and left r
l Mill"er, fplpe (1-1) and five, were theheavy guns of the D. Rodriues b 1 0 for the undisputed world title the Insuralce-men ten points Naval
sIA0An,- em [losnlag ide. L. Hyman, Sb 1 0 0lln September by Harry Markson in the ruck. P
iaa _a -It S, _.i e0I The a alea R. lmn.31 b 1 0 0 o New Yorks Internatoial Jerry Stelzer was the scoring annon 7 "
l I thWaMBlr gal BaSaw(ut) PCrtto 12 n D. a I morrow for an oagagemenk M. DeLeoi), p 4 1 3the sell-out crowd of 54,000 who attack with 22 markers, while Steer

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or le~d S, .' wita h .Alemn, iJ,, ehlon Mamnic g, 3ab 2 0 watched the i ght.1JimGannon aided the winning D on 3 2
o sfn at the Ai-ih m .l i io-gbR., a k, "-Hil D. wi t AeR Jl e m po T l --- Turpin will be asked to meet c au se with 15. For the loses r

Ihet tinlt o t rt he Ras phi, G n 2 n O tomorow, nd NeD.sFi)a bene2ts ofY new hearings hitteothetaeeLaC mer- Maynserl2 1 0 2
o^ a a toeB a n-Au MYl lse .llilikinL "lltindlockL ILeagme, and mw e f the moet Total 37 14 12 the winner of the June 19 fightlNoel bo leading scorer of a
SHAig L Ce I powerful n care Sbll f or the American title between thep past season, got of to a

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In order to stimulate the creat- Bal T.
ive interest in the field of paint- M.
ing in Panama, an exhibit with Olga
prizes for the three best paint- All q
ings has been established. ted b W
The Director of the Depart-
ment of Fine Arts and Publica- Bj
tions in Panama has invited all th0
artists residents of Panama and aW,
the Canal Zone to participate in
a painting competition to be held
In September.
Leading artists of the I Unis
winl Vevtke and there will be
a competent body of jury meam-
bersto the show.
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.

Tornadoes Rip New England;

Twisters' 3-Day Toll Now 231
WORCESTER, Mass., June 10 tered throughout riverside sec- two young boys in another of residents eligible for low inter-
(UP) New England's worst tons of the city as it, receded the six tornadoes. et repair loans.
tornadoes in history left thou- today. The Red Cross allocated $100,-
sands shocked and homeless to- Nine bodies were found in Dorn Acheutz, 'L and his 000 for relief in the Flint area,
day, damage in the millions of Sioux City yesterday and a brother, Dana, 18 months, were and General Motors matched
dollars and a steadily rising 10th was discovered at Spen- whisked away by the wind at that amount. GM is the largest
death toll. cer, la., also hit. by a flash East Tawas, Mich., and dumped employer here with more than
Some 78 were dead and others flood, dead a half mile from their 40,000 workers.
so seriously injured" they were About 3,000 persons were home. Their parents were killed
given little chance to survive, forced to flee their homes here in the matchwood rubble of Gov. G. Mennen Williams set
The tornadoes occurred late and other flooding streams' their vacation cottage. p. headquarters in Flint with
yesterday on the third day of forced the evacuation of several his administrative ataff. He or-
a wave of twisters that had hundred other persons in many The Reconstruction Finance dered the National Ouard in to
taken 154 lives in Nebraska other communities. Corp declared the Flint area prevent looting and told them
and the Ohio-Michigan area. Hundreds of civilian rescue;and Cuyahoga County (Cleve- "to use your bayonets if neces-
The three-day tornado toll workers, national guardsmen land) as disaster areas making sary,"
now at 231. and police in Beecher hunted
Hardest hit by the New Eng- wreckage for more victims. o--
land tornadoes was Worcester] The storm tragedy was the Thb is the breWsimi wal
County, textile and manufactur- tenth worst in the nation's his- | up tenement TSt
ing center, where estimates of tory in terms of persons killed I YYW ant IM DaDy O S <-fewer Rut Side who- .leM
injured ran up to 700. Thou- and one of the most deadly in AitMay di B nSobis B'
sands of homes were wrecked the last half-century.
and property loss was estimat- The salvo of tornadoes began You M othe A M y. j
ed in millions of dollars, about& 7:30 o'clock Monday \1w w o f 0* "n'n f.
Elsewhere, a comparatively night, striking first near the t M orgue t.
"minor" twister snarled through Michigan Ohio border and 8" aen h.PI
the Franklin-Wrentham sec- then skipping down to Cleve- -- -* -o--
tion of Massachusetts, damag- land. FLINT, Mich., June 10 (UP) a second round of the rows, lift- IV* iIII tii
ing scores of buildings, sending At Beecher the huge black A blonde young woman with Ing sheets one at a time. e eantast is the b 44 t
35 persons to hospitals, and funnel cut a swath five miles clenched fists reflected all of Finally the blonde young biteto-be, upper, t "*h I
hurling hailstones "as big as long and 300 yards wide in a the grief of hundreds hurt by woman outside made her way heano en o an"-
snowballs." sweeping arc around Flint. Monday night's tornadoes as she to the door and was admitted. at tMaas
A twin-funnel monster also Hary stood In the darkness outside a Beneath a sheet, she found
demolished a dozen buildings Hardly a thing was left morgue and cried, "let me n:.. her child -a little girl and 51k i.
and a country club at Exeter, standing in its path. Houses let me in" fnt without uttering
N. H. dissolved into kindling wood "I want my baby," she robbed sound. W t
More than 1,000 persons were and broken stone. The few at the thin line of stes-heioMt-
injured in Michigan and Ohio jagged remains of trees left ae National nuardsmen l-helm
and -property damage ran into standing were skinned of their back a nearly hy l dsm

Hardest hit was the commun- armory at Flint was turned in- woman, who ws ~ i bl
ity of Beecher just outside the to a blood-spattered morgue. aeas'ndat a o RO S, une 10 UP)-'There w ld haW n him the tw
'Nineteen died in Ohio, most Some were found huddled n one in here we reach the 01er cent
of them'in the Cleveland area. basements, buried beneath the the place cead up a itt .e popular vote tha would An
Other twisters killed 11 more rubble of their own homes, aRed Cross wker shatd to automatcally assure It of 380 De OIeri' CO a P
in Michigan at about the same Others were sucked into the a sergeant. But the woman eats in the chamber. er ,tg and Ued pries lv
time. vicious funnel and crushed in fought to get through the crowd. A total of 1,300,000 contested 0 bf the O hane
.Meanwhile from Sioux City, the debris. Two medics moved along =the btld awaited inspection by ust eight aboe a l
Iowa, it was reported that small One 'woman was killed by a front of the thronp paual o the. Supreme Court., But most ity but ull- g thyIa
rivers and creeks that went huge truck, picked up like a toy, smelling salts. "If you feel ait of them were con5te by the dAd DB
roaring out of their banks and which dropped on her and her after you get inside, use them," opposition, iixlicaBig they were totg
16%ko voeti r$would-'

kiled at least 10 persons were baby son on the roadside. The they said over and over as they lately favorable to the center b dle Ift-wl
dropping steadily today child was critically injured, move moved along. blo opposition. t .
The worst of widespread The storm also had its oddi- Premier Aleide d oasper's-
flooding that hit almost a dozen ties. By 3 a.m. some order had been pr ath government was Te tihter patM 1uw.B A
tons and thousands of acres of One man lost his shoes to the brought to the scene inside the retu-n-ed to powered sin b the Sun premier t.kAil
farmland in northwest Iowa twister but otherwise was un- morgue. Floors had been mopped day-Monday election but by so out o tffl *4 v
and southern Minnesota was harmed, and fresh sheets spread. The slender a marina it was doubt-. vslt i the ghamceb rac1
bel ieved to be over. Wildiam Daviss Oak Park, crowd was admitted in groups ful whether itwoeld stay there ep
The Floyd River, which flood- Mich., said he saw three ears of two or three then. The final outcome of t5t ;he
ed a 300-block section of Sioux flying through the air at the Cries of anguish rang out as ItalUan election came perilously c t s ea uft i
City and ran into busy fourth same time. relatives found their recognr.- close t outright defea r th new
Street. left pools of water scat- More tragic was the case of able dead. ther reco hrista- c DoMttS ai their w V s fAm.utft
Attendants placed name tags allies who had only a 16-vote for W E" S Inwe
on the feet of those so Iden- majority in the Chamber of .Miu te loft 8"1 V
tif led, as the sobbing relatives Deputies over the Commun.t nw tslu J ur-
left arm in arm. and plztreme -rightitt paties. e--^ti *a-
One old woman, her face pal It was a defeat in that De Air a Mn 1SeVt w
and stone-like, could not find Gasperi, so far at least, failed OHsM(
she refused to leave. She made the total Pular vote( which
the erso sh wasseekng ut t wi the 50.1 prmcet o

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