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
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lcc - Newspaper
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to.w wime the.pubbMeun ad-
Zone quarters. A eanal dlgger
a~tita cartmee on the wkH of
ttinrthe differential. He quit.
for a conoresthouse on Tsaer-

Overtime Plea


.Ta of a far reaching decision
in thmUS Court of claims which
Large payments for
M e to hundreds of
and former employes of
the Canal was received here yes-


us* y^WUv sawO U. :, -, --
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S lice. They told hUalm Ine)s to
Were left hin we gam, a .p pa- bo .,
a- -be platol. and they weretnt P
Arnold retud to the
pital at 3.a. *-rka .oI.
U ane bullet ba entered
his right eforqb .t 11B

i. -' The decision was rendered re-
Seatly _bhbe Claims Court in th
u n ut of the Panama canal "0oA
MU1tee tI peboer'-overttme and ho ldaY
0 p dsubeqquent to July 1.145.
os p'wwe acting on the meNat
thef -ttAe, the court held that
l dogs have jurisdiction to hear
vmthe salt agaus the United
. Stats government to the extent
thi ~ t concerns claims for pe-
ll a pror to the July 1. 1951,
rto Arma uel, r,ot Onal Operations to
sm aloese the Panama Cana Compdny,
of the CotOM and that It does not have furti-
vidsit thehOOiW diction to the extent that p-
tAmqeri I W i4s d after July 1, 1951 are
aotf ldny iiw M l wi. maid:
st ElT e t s a.* t
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UB Distrit
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aust be contested in a
t'Court of the Canal
New Yoti, in which
ny can we or be sued.
by the Clains Courtt

'We Are Going

To Whip This




WASHINGTON, June 13 (UP) Represeptptives of
employes in the Panama Canal Zone continued hopefll
today that the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee, amd
later the Senate itself, would restore to the Civil Func-
tions Bill those benefit which were stricken out by the
"I think we are going to whip this thing in the See-
ate," said Howard Munro, legislative representative .q
the Central Labor Union and the Metal Trades Copm l.
Mrs. Ruth Longmore, representing the Pilots 'Am&
ciation, would not express herself quite so strongly o
she said she felt the. cause of the Zone employes sI
a fifty-fifty chance of success at the hands of the Se0
i ee a'-

The subcommittee of the Sen-
ate Appropriations, Committee
which is enchargedwtith thq bill
Is scheduled to meet early Mpn-
day morning to begin marklAnr It
up for submission to the full
committee. When It will reach
the Panama section remained
uncertain, but it was expected to
complete there marking up of the
entire bill by Wednesday.
Munro said. that while he
toue t ffemqe xad 1 e'B-i

y en whick
Houie eliminated, he also felt It
would take whatI he called 'a lot
of work to persuade the repre-
sentatives to accept theti. -
The bill as approved by the
House made budget reductions,
which would mean a pay cut for
Zone employes and Stck out
tree medical care for them, a-
mong other things.
"We are in a period of sus-
pense," Munro said, referring to
the waiting for the 8Seiate sub-
committee to complete its mark-
up of the bUL
Mrs. Longmore, who came here
with Mrs. Margaret Rennie of
the United States Citizens Asso-
ciation of the Zone, said the two

have been talking with w
senators to convince them
merited Of the employee'
said she Yelt that the
with whem they have
were wlifg to restore the *
ployes' benefits, and ibe
the senators could pera
representatives to go q
the bill goes to confe j
ut Ifferencea bet

ten ta. ..

Hatcher, at the Sane
sociatim, also is heADto,
the employes' position u
"They have done a go, t
she said.
Officials of the Ameriain
Federation of Labor headquie-
ters here are cooperate ingI
attack on the bU as pemed AWp
the House. *
Mrs. Longmore said that ab
and Mrs. Ronnie must leae
Wednesday for the Canal Zone,
but that they hoped the .
propriations subcom mitt te
would complete its work om t
Panama section of the
Functions Bill before them.

CIO Blasts Baseless

Rumor Local Raters

Lauded House Measure.'

BO on a motion. by the r> .
it for amnsM ty lud- CIO Local 900 on the Canal the threatened decrease of the
uSMant of the case In Zone yesterday vehemently de- 25% differential. It was our bemb
was arged that the nied current rumors circulating est conviction that some lmsee-
nal Company had as- on the Pacific Bide that local tive should be accorded U.S.
such oa sand raters sent letters to Washington rate employes who have left
.at the t te of the praising the House action of their homeland to come tDo e
Ad therefore any ac- slashing the 25 per cent differ- Zone. In a letter dated MayM,
Wver should properly ential and other wneflts of US- we again asserted this position
Ust the Company, in rate employes of the PaZama and as further indication of our
SCOurt of the Canal Canal Company. action, the following quote s
New -York. The CIO's statement on the re- taken from a copy of that better
amre only one of sev- port follows: (Let me close by saying
e ae onal Zone of se- "Word has reached Local 900 we also feel that the U c
S'ave filed suits z on that there is a vicious rumor cir- zens should continue to reeeso
Shavertime. Canal Zone culating among the U.S. raters their 25% differential. We are car
verime.Canalf this type to the effect that Mrs. Rennie tainly against the recent attempt
aIm ago and of thised supposed to have sent infor- being made to cut this by 40%.
it In back pay. c e atlon from Washington stating We honestly feel that thee
Sin back pay. That when she went into the of- should be some tangible Incen-
flees of some of the Senators, she tive present for their having left
was shocked to find letters pur- their homeland.)
s ted to have been-written by "While Local 900 cannot se-
local raters and which Insited cept full responsibility for know-
that the 25% differential be de- ing what every Individual eoal
W n creased for U.8. rate employes rater thinks or doeam it is ea
on the Canal Zone. The rumor strong conviction that no luar
further went on to state that group of employes could partdel
these letters were written by two pate in such a scheme without a
girls hi La Boca, and that 21mi1- leak occurring.
MU. Prance, June 13 lr letters were supposed to have "We therefore conclude that
ling Zilm hero Clarke been sent to The Mal Box of The there could only be three po-
comfortably estab- Panama American. ble sources of this attempt t
la in the exclusively "Local 900, with its army of throw discord among the eo .
uve waterside hotel stewards and member strung oloyes and to st d'e
hds leIsbrely auto trip out throughout the Caial Zone the integrity of ltte
to Paris. and its organizers and chapter eyes. A group o .
ow in from the border officers at "Ustening nots" rigM nists who would ave
Il of his asoek spt acro the Zone, has been uale a great deal to rain from t e
aled by shely to comprehend how such a discord: some US. raters whe ar
I uanae eatose scheme could have been worked robablv already convinced ti ,
IKe, 25. Gable and by local raters without one single their efforts tohave the 36%
He were often seen to- inkling being gotten jv anyone ferential continued. might end
taly. In the organization. There has in failure and are wm f to pn
a't reply to that qws- been no widespread bitterness the buck au to the shualaers 4
wide-eyed Miss P&- evldneed about anythln of the loe weal in order to paist
pend whe reporI sort going on shne ews of the their memberahin andi
Ahe thought the itm heartnir in Washh n appear- them feel that they
Sd to marry her on ed in the local press. .e y noasible; or it
"On the contrary and for the a =gfar f'
name. telephone call was imeto meng the lows l rate Mm
a ~emt a few da National Offlee iti se who are M aent e
mild ft at that timetour Is. owaiA pam to debowp'
5 alnw the 5 ereaentatteW Oraet b bfrieialgas ad
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.'Make Airline Profits
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LONDON, June 13. The So- moving parts realimag. eplace-
clety of BrtUsh Aircraft Manu- ment In a enttr Jet x-e
Sacturers In statement Issued than in the M ha l
pere today said: latest piston .
S"Perhaps the time is ripe to "The Viscount has been In
comment once and for all on regular service for a much short-
the forecasts of those Jeremiahs er time than the Comet but its
who, having said that Jet travel financial record Is equally en-
.ould never possibly come about couraging.
because it would never pay, now
allege that gas-turbine opera- 'n the first month of oper-
tions are running at a loss. action, British luropean Air-
"The facts are quite other- ways' tist five alreratf earn-
ilse. Indeed, it was a foregone ed about 14,0M0 In revenue,
conclusion that they would be, or about M a flying hoar -
because airlines are designed this has given an overall prof-
Snd operated not for fun or for it.
prestie, but for making profits. "The Viscount's ability to ear-
p etere are now two as- ry a large load of passengers
turbine airliners in regular at high speed over fairly g bn
service, te jet Comet and the ranges also promises very prof-
-turbopro Vis-ount, and both liable operation for the future
are making money. on tourist services.
"This Is not to say that, in "The 'break-even' load factor
the early day of such revolu- on these runs Is only 55 or cent
tionary designs, any extraor- that is everything above 565
dinariy large profits were ex- per cent of the total payload Is
Spected, or that later develop- bin carried at a profit.
ments of these types will no "Tile average load factor a-
run more profitably still. But achieved so far on the Viscount's
alti-ugh it might be thought present services has been 75 per EGY
that an airliner which doubled cent.
conventional cruising speeds at c
p single stroke might bring con-
iderable financial teethin A N D
doubless bith t.this has no T A F
been so.
"The Comet has now been In AF AN
regular service for well over a
year and It ended its first year
of optionn In the black.
CorIpation sate thatt n a
realiste costing basis, exactly
AS applied to an c Ion MOSTLY I.
fleets, the jet fleet has made
a pufity taking Into ao i Buty
all operating ots, depecla- y
ties, the egg of rte proving
Sthe life oftU eavrnf, pius WASHINGTON, June 13 (NEA). While
the Comet's share ofshesand atttftion has been paid to reviewing tI
publicity ex~enus. complishments of President Elsenhower'a
"And over and above all this mon~a In the White House, it Is equally.
the Comet has made enough able now to take stock of Sen. Robert A.
profit for Its share of the Inter- half of the administration.
est charged to BOAC on capital. Mr. Republican has now been Senate ma
"This fine record has come leader for five mouths.
about pincipalliy beanu e theot
co ietrstyear oervce has It is true that no later than April 9, Tar
been remarkably free from aal the Republican National Committee that
,-We bugs' which the operator of dent Eisenhower. would be re-elected in
stonengined aircraft had furthermore, after the Chicago conventlo
-zome to expect as a natural year, Taft said that he had mlade his IA
consequence of putting a new for the White House.
.ype I srin ITaft is a year older than President Elsen
afte jotatliner's great pop- Taft will be 64 on Sept. 8. By election day
Sa ensured exep he would bo 67. Only one President, W
U" Veg er loads. Bory Harrison, at 0, was older on Inaugu
b yno meas day. And he died a month after taking of
the engie erbul period from Sut-If. President eisenhower decided i
Sto 480 houts, and soon to run In 1958-or aU Preident ismhower tri
S hours, has played Its part; toss his torch to someone Uke 09y. Thon
U* reamnonlieIn the I rent Dewey of- New York, who* %Taft
yof the jetwhic hate'-or If Taft did pot lJkI the way the
one0 so 0lanamtrar hower crowd had been un things-

A, Tmaegle to whn ta sa hto eas nee talk
S t1tly haivrtome out of his office saying tl
U." .- .e bid les about the White House and
It athould be run.:

SIn HZ Air Race

The K. L.M. has deckied to
transport Dutch Imlguants on
S board "lying Dutchman"
which will take part In the air
race from London to Christ-
church, New Zealand., Oct. 8.
A limited number of other
passengers will also be able to
books seats for this unique
flight at the applicable fare.
S L. M. intended to opeate
the flight in the normal way
Sid, of course, make it a fast-
1M II flit tan usual. The crew
'we ne x. enrs
landings and the time spent on
the ground will be. reduced.
-'Afrt *on the ground
'-- unike the com fort o n the air
wl be limited o account of
the Imposs ty of making n
-wmitstop 6 en- rout., no
I- dMea Will be carried on this

I'-y| i freight-truck," for it
has been decided In co-operaton
Swfs the authorities concerned
I that all Dutch emigrants Hiing
:,a New Zealand are to get an
opportunityy of sending i ft
S(weighing not moe .ta
S klo) to relatives in their
S MTve country on the return
trip to the Netherlands.
SAll the parcels wl bear a
a peal K L. M. commemorative
* In nectn with K. L. M.'s
, tt lon in this race, the
S. e Pasnd Pot Offle will Is-
Sse a special stamp and uae a
* ec postmark. The samp
Sas a post value of 25 cents
* and can only be ueed for special
I for benefit of hlatIs
all the world, U iL. U l
; special
S* t be avalabb nla.f
* ,Mrue.
The aircraft and rew with
~u eK. L. M. will take part a
e d action of t0.I
Yt kPown.

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Certain, everything that Taft has sail
done i the five wMtl since the Repub
took over ha indicated t he has a progr
his own-whether Elsenhower has or not.'
Taft does not bother to clear his statements
the White House.
Fiews Better Known
President Eisenhower has a press eonft
only two or three times a month. Reported
Capitol Hill see Taft two or three times a
Taft's ideas today are therefore better k
than the President's, and there re more of
On domestic policies, Taft has in general
along with the Bisenhower leadership. Th
caused many Washington observers to com
that the-widely predicted dplit between the
dent and the senator simply Isn't going to

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CAIRO, Junoe 13 EA) .In
Night spotsofu where.sOrien I
ithe$2 dinner, considerable number *ol c tet--
ers Order beef a la oIb in strictly pe letui Germoa.
These 'gentiete, with n er .us oiaebby flesh
on their bronned brown, at mndd old W.hrmschtwar-
iors come toE gypt oncau t eotactsi .itthilgl ;
To rebuild H onVmy'ofe te4"# taJ woamthis ,t-'
"." tW than four years ago when their e a eR, ihauld Iem
rp" TOOPS:A, A 0 from t" to q- smoking h eap i desea wa r-
E0 .The.- tIechqrs are PruMiaa pmfetsionals. Tiy-1 .e
,ch ae ..... ,not mad at witnYdady ai part Fular, but th eir Egyptian stu- *y A
EE Ni 0 hop tv nmo day use their education on haeb" -
0af t NEngish a n J6ws, in thut order. .
Any country ut.elag for a the Mk rts le 7M -
ti ould ehglad toha ea fortu. atla r.if
faculty hch lists PxAMajor As aFrenchkse Ou-Gn-
chute 0rofesaok" wtne 0s cell thre w1 to0 le-

'to rete -- Itory t- air- pliment he To.r".p

profi But that tlsewhere Presiddent l o rhad a r 'l&man yt e'samr-

e, IddNhetttert'sghattmaaohtys beide's I .,o i re "
taonn"t's olpickso'TL through a vali lye Rdoonc ph -v -

thowr that i adhert e PareIn sid ale Sente i t hauld ao artaears aoaS In cle apu j.a'a Why she's
majority Talks Toy. o ene Apg 1YRAM1 bCL M1 on a HL .atks In P D. C., Ai0
la ow l **utltna fI v ( u 'mon --^
One of Taft's greatest t soube a he i Among other O d Tl' l^Trie it 9 S. NotiI. e to-
ft told has said, is that he talks too much. U s Ideas M, il to' tie tp#. AI the Aous to Maki,
esi-lonr.theg e dPidhe1 wtIn tflhel di p W |de. ea wi W i h V ..Is

rat on dAt the darop ofquthe astraion maft rme-r M t ohbot enough'to send an co3
atquently gets him IHntrwoublde. qbibonant etoe ode a le
Sid No better illustration of thi n.ofthis 4bs,'offered : =l'cdltlo u .oi. ,luding "haater -
than ,in the record of Tat's vie* W 0onOmT bully bosi aoon both-riat, n
and budget-balancinh since hee am Senatei tht nr
1956, majority leader five mo he u b emAmeSnte tt back AMW.. '
ration At the start of the campapinatfsummer, Mr. war to boot the Britt.outoi "RTR4.T

ot tO pointwas- to cutfederalspenditO$70.bllon.r -FR0 Eia
as year call for spending $74 billion, with a deficit T
licans of $5.8 bilexaon. generally on the ed a Ando,
lsen- .ais- uIt level .

Xarly In m .anh ft. aNOuil "be tp

ofteW 9,I
hat he A week later he ht a' $10 blWon tax cut re
d how might be made next year Fit a saable deficit could Ot in .
be avoided this year. On April 11 he was hoping a ambon a a o '"
that the end of the Korean war could bring anwseilh- d th
and expense reduction .of $ billion t o$5 6bW 1 -r naw-
l.eai.s On Aprill4,'in a'pe h.h bac, whom
ba o an the cam ta ,. e thAe t h, whoM Ulm,
awhnd President lashfoWet had Y.. p
with a complete revamping of ,the tary services
would permit a $10 b cut maid tax reduction. a
May 10 Taft gloomily iinounced that he tear- 0_ ,_
oled the deficitfr next yar stight be as akupbuas
$11 billion. Three datlater, ing that e didi
erence not want.-to find himselfAW
ers on he declared that "the adnin ratlon"-mea n
a day. the White Houae-would have to decide what It
kn6wn wanted. And in legislative conferences w et. the
them. President, Taft is su to have conplaino-
Sgone bitterly because there 4be so much delf
Is has in sending firm budget e tes to the Co r.
nment for next year. I


foreign Policy
Of' foreign policy the harmony hasn't been so
close. -The most recent Incident over the sen-
ator's speech on "let's. go it alone" in Korea Is
only the latest of long seriess of disagreements.
It Is on the basis of thbs record that there is
justification for 'dncludg 'an Eisenhower-Taft
split over foreign policy will come eventually.
President Elsenhower is essentially S believer
InIterpartion cooperation to q=qme poten-
t 41aur peace aitWWuom. Taft
...tile ieaof at Makingw k Uhv. states
marily on that, giving less aid and placing less
reliance on foreign allies. Call this policy isola-
tlop If you will.
Thus far in the Elsenhower administration it
Would appear that the senator's point of view
has prevalled more often than not.
Early Score
Taft scored his first point even before inau-
guration. He got from President Elsenhower a
promise that no V. S. commitmnents would be
made to the Bx.ish in talks with Prime Minister
Winston Churchill. ,
There were many misgvns when Taft took.
a post on the orewi nations Committee. For
nearly a month a .ter,,.the senator tippd
no applecarts.
Then Prident C
the daft oa mild
et 1.r$ab N

Foo n-IfMbouth Diease
As Senate majority leader, Taft could make all
these statements and Suffat no .onjquece. For
a President to make as ,=any =OMltI.g state-
ments in so short a time would cause u inlted
confusion. It would be a bad c*ae'of foOt-In-
mouth disease.
The list of measures on which Taft has been
In complete agreement with President Elsen-
hower, however, Is long ad convincing.
Taft has said willdo anything he can to
advance the St. Lawrence Seaway project, which
the President wapts. Ta, ts tpj ulng the
reciprocal. trade agri ei t pretty
muh xitspreseut Tut and
a Democratic minority near-filbuster.
Taft approved termlnan of puce, and Wage
controls at the end of e O stand-
by controls In the neine mon t bill,
in agreement with the Presdent's wishes.
The President was supported by. his Senate
majority leader on granting greater power to re-
organize federal. ag l. Taft supported th
reorganization plans for e new Department
Welfare, for the De t of Agriultufe
the Council of JlAtVers.
Ta and enhee- a t
Taft and -isenhower see eye-to-maon a t&^1

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,"away. of Mrs. Spence
em van"and ,I i,. t I;n The Prnting and Reproduction Plants, on day evening. Mrs.
.aeforawrd and .. .. d n bot h g*e .Jt i, had a farewell supper party last will be co-hote with h
l et1e4 A S ., wokly4 4,1. organ- e=0" so fto u M Ernest .Cotton. Mr. Cotton is daughter.
IHng 344iand two settingsonthe plug B a.aculpre re#as b he".W tweo iPVats, and the popular couple will
bO e swi-tch and your oe .TheN of my leav early in ay o rteStates. The ladles will cross
'% # ve a lis'vd-r I er" sad be ss tb mnter of The w at the Mrs Marie McConaughey, us o 01 t mt
.,, rta A "c ad ft o art home of A. .A. the Territorial Deputy, from trin; have supper and
... sd tmni on a lam1ep and SbntrrtesIW mai. n To ofi Are. Balboa, will be present to in- aet with M .
o the dip for a few hou, th h ag- Tropical flowm used to stall the officers.,
N-ew a M e the dio...or Su wa tmofw ous, th u h ed"" of j decorase, .r andm ,lte
foos W bt saUan o*Sateur a multi-color l i t- God Coast Orchid So eety D ulcate
.c rarO R mheyoue d The Gold Coast Orchid So- ss a venin at 1.
Car dartay f. Cab -tthet hoe c an whe You' vil- their g of clety will hold its re l garia e.
The Qurundu Wupian'sCub Indte air onTao~n u- house. llf canae qe
-w mc, '* o e, s fan w o ;renair ao"tel e rne ., _la e J ro m t .he In Os t .Monday at 720 p.m. cordially invited to a
h ld J un at 7:00 set for any desired time (To or S oumt The program will be devoted
ho-B-s with o the pttr i ngo orch Is .h The winners of least -
luzit asnvareihan ee on the h eX es- r, .T m ar cordially invited o es were
toMr o.- T I-dance to Ohly adetye on h h o Tahe regular color diviton and Mr.o Irving Gi
f hro d .beetrang- m- the are n d te a co o meeting ofa the Atlantic Cam- East and W est 1.

M -rys-. Ch a~ t til e wt w hn aden o' a T u er a p era Club will be heCld Monday, ie on and Mrs. Myr
GM. S i'tteeeerA M cturig Co new Mr. an Mrs fd and ing at 1:30 p.m. The cope- r ah sll 3 .
Sto hl air on riay ow a .r' warm t i. d tty Mr. T man is retiring The second "Slide Clinfc n" an" M. d.
-r" Jua at the Army-N lm wn realism; !) ata pI_ i ct from" employment with the will be conduct with reports
Sa Club m Jna., an .hW t ir work of the m* flu that Locks Diviion, san they plan from two PSA Slide Competl-
tana eh tacketh are re- A na loeg tg cair that ma to Ibtu. ex- to leave early next month to t1on1s. "
a -e. ..o b e na oe te t a g dec.r als o0 -nresid e a P ea a. o1 0. l eya.a n d ls.m .h e r h
1M I. h,'-NaOi BS, other if"mIate I et treat. ome I dl invi l s~x
..tte ...In ,Syel c at*ing Co .) 4 t ii ,ujctI-'F rs
SWs1 .03 ,Io id Fildag aboard the Club Netlee It. expected to be a. b.em ,- W. O. and Ir. li A T cnder nyoe interested n aSi ms.

Iou r. 8Crtb al for a vacation Wh men's ab t Mfd Bthdden man twheo irn a isfe en t o hU itus Hawi ns entertained withthm otography. au o r

!0.,g hson t o his, tr- o. nh I t n.te..d, .., ,f T e doa y at tr ,. the at, a ;o, ,h ot.pert. wa t: t Cor-t c. t
L.AM t. ir.o In. ,EI "es b"l, whe l the a hla tourndi t I be played tot. aiign coga, Bys anu rele a.. o.. oonnetl and M.e M. l. Smith, P i
'.;at C wV pr.-, morrow night t 7:00 in. thr e r a ere la' et of ad ut- th e-t Major and Mrs. B. A. Averett, 1s wh
worMm t1 e un. D A.. fcard IsaNowYerof ke HtCal, 6a te r pels whose" I t hear.nIxmeetfeinf t_*_tand Mr___. W_____llam_
--ei--, irewe, nMaes The del i o y, u M llwls ides thwiet hlrk and Leun
0 9A ll ,eg Mre s ?il'i aeWn te ooh C s thed. by e at.. I w .M rI. Fm e ,ru t4ond o
rt _b tr tM .r. Maarl "t toon- the dIsbt u s.
Wter Me.Jo t Mor- lander of Balba wale be a then a Io. Th- "ear 'dns trt to wheae fr tft9 t- BridgTe nClub Bs Ow odbe SPECIAL
Smstrt b _aa t s ee ,n ec o Wtad rs. Geratd of for MONDAY and TUESDAY
Cotton ..e- s Dmorrow ghe7:00 n sti& l. a e Ih set Ed tr .he l 0e. at 'an m os Wliam
L 5-rviCO end ens on he ed Car o ntdClof uotie I t's rexpe cm wedttal o beWs Haw Major ande Mrlhyb. A .hi Averetten SS

0, ot 4. t si rof a t h ca n f_'. b I the AlAar- m t f at e i f -s r ey'a s s oncokm w hoM or d 't e and
g uae s t s;m a r e wellb D aaor m ean 's m e rul ragt 9 lF hosn c et tin b e w l J e e ; U l mom

^iS^JS * Usnm Mr,.Jak Mar- lneeor of aawlobe tedtb arnitedtoill w b .e bardt Idaytat_%. ._ ridoe Club s .tGoodbyenthe S b Pfesssupp-rteC-i

,IIO, Mid i rad medtaay -- ool for a o ,hoc trps remaas ba. nt t low ano. =triatto mn ladles aia. a b on voyage gift. or m *N e A anty Ues
l o?. ...-subt, -a s r an tn al lus tle en- the re Le ne S e he, e oVw o Solve Your Difficu e

VistMa t M rom Now ork to.a .0 is at the Foa stteef* s who sce big clu. at t ith e H e *xmetin'o
Lr f Alb~bro aInhi af 0 a wi e el rIdy, June M dey ..FOr use,, of_ un. a S the fornn th ll zpreat o The honoreedArtim. wer Mrt .
r,, Mr bl 10, at te I S f wlser ve.. n s A meeetn win3 be e t tou iboet hi person l s*s gensi- Samuel (orunday BAnd Mrst N. th Stret Vista de M ar
i-.l W1 ste an u ,l'b, Fet Almnd, f 4:3or r m.ln u 8:0 s"mo -- ownight'q ?.:0 iliWhe wille keep.o teemon d Wiliam Coleman Gi sts f -llmI r
V ,guests; _._oow oSmoint .. 0.0.Th btht^ Plblci no 1..,..W.t o. eennt .__ rr. and ,t, and

^ B. t o gN0 p o f ,Is 5 h e xpm aton 2* itM h o l Mrs a mul G n o d
-Ski. s JI vped floor o t e oalbo ie- b he u mat- t n the departing-
Wlte Mr.".am a -. Also to be _honored oi th mentaiy rm-l1o a- *n r is thu t loii tlnoi VarIairaUons, ladles as a n voge gift.
s.Mr. .o hdn and aMm -.THo-tn a .d .. ranest m.6 model ib ert o ge s s included If .-u're at a loss what to v ou "hard pleas

Mranan r rg horAny brother, interTHER. visit CASA FAS ICH'S completcy new
b rtee n de o fwb W ed teI an sewives w o2 l te a n dfTMmA
... .:, ,.' ft to aoidd tdkam to,, O t.eir iaft hr ea mt of t r f om 1'ilda y. F A H R 'S' A Y
Sb ifi i h p -i.- r
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M 't'h leffo eh i ee li snsory. expre bsentt whol ter and -
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oMLPoM oo ga ueist yh of New C at oae ban o ge girt..
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al'oAany thrsrs'new iiatha pat y .a3 t theirqae
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i teiIam eoob ..i oner included Iffu're at a ss whatto gve you,' "hard'to please :"

.. .abo dd .. tei eved woald h ove The most eaefsive and beautiful display Of
A-Paul Mocsan 'A p rtyrad buffetIke-,
-M-WMrs.JoeT Bu.n $1.00,
D. '" ort quiet .-d. OfiliNk presence ls t' a veningil GIVING OR GTI'NG YOU'LL 31 PROUD' TO SI':
o-,4a* For Aasne' Tam."is't hono Major and Mrs. 1.r "t', a gt om Cs AST .-C
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IWell-organized brides keep beautifiers on emergency shelf. This
girl keep bottle of soapeuds in kitchen for sleeking flighty hairs,
..stpping nylon snags, and cleaning up face. Lipstick, powder,
comb and mirror are also kept there.
NEA Beauty Editor

o.S-TO-BE with dreams morning so that you can beat
.t pink negligees and break- your husband to the bathroonk'
asts in bed usually come down is one answer. Have a shower
Sto earth with a thud. v, it Ilct0 oi soap lather and
The typical bridal negligee a. bath brush and complete
would drip into the coffee and your mouth hygiene routine
:twe-p up the flMor. While she before he's even up.
#nay want to have one of these, Remove your pin-curls, if
.he bride does well to provide you wear them to bed, and
Saerself with a \few washable i':ush your hair vigorously. I
ihort negligees with sleeves Brushing is good for curls. It's
S,hat stop well above the wrist. brushing takes them out. Ap-
She can have them in no-iron- ply a very natural-looking
Sn fabric if she wants to make make up.
1" s ill easier. Then when you say good
kffast will usually be eat morning to your husband, it On her vacation, on girt Ilrlly lives froja he. s ltaae-^. t I--leM i
PL, a table, rather than in will be with fresh-faced beau- four outfits she has contrived, an entire vatli'n w eNWe
t .,. with friend husband look- ty. enough changes to see her through a two-weeik peale. Wra eei ug) at
r across at her. Have your routine beauty es- around skirt (left) whisks on In a moment to over Add. ] l( dust. It's LI
nere are two extremes for sentlals neatly arranged in the It's worn here with cotton blouse and shorts fr active s at ks it reers
I, -ride to avoid -one is pin- bathroom, if that's where you Pants are paired (left center) with two jersey triangles t hsthatl waysga. he mae I
mri!d, sleepy-looking and lip- always beautify, to save your- es several way&. Sh< *ade 1
St:- `'s, 'while the other is self trips to the bedroom. Be ---'- -
lea-vly made up In evening sure, however, that they're all! i e < fie
B"1- T uo-bands like to see together and out of your hu-' By GAMIL DUGAS, wear with the invitations eon.-,e bid and effieit
-Fl, clean beauty across j. ; r.- r *. ." more NEA Woman's Editor ing in. 0 vink1&frej.:.
,'e in the mrn'rlng. matched sets in plastic more. i r Iolutlon lies n
re a new bride start attrave than an assortment' NEW YORK ($EA) It's The solution? Either stay in cstume wardrote,tbat
i w a beauty chdule fo different styles of bottles simple enough to plan a' your room and S ulk or ihm put into one sultcase w
S tng up earlier in the and jars. rat e w ivvc- on pe -. T1hattout and buy something to weat. ake tou the roid. Psoar
,* < -tng up earlier in the ...way, it looks good. Workable Neither it really a solution ap eolve a 9lt. ,
and efficient but pretty, tdo. and neither will make a' wor- clothes.
2,t' c In ac.a an happy. This Wardrobe ".b
S"! o/ fine /In actual experience, what well-cut travel msft, .
S/ looks fine on paper may not Knowing that travel. pro- pieces dreas a0datable
look so well. coming out of a duces clothes problems in or. night wear, t tUf
suitcase. It may prove that fashion as well as In the actual spectltotr atone
,: tn u s A a d there's too much of dne thing lacking, we turned for an' a rged-lf
,b .Oting Daddy..Is As Bad a4nd not enough of another. it: piion to a tvel expert -who could inelae boba
S'Over-Stri' Maitbe you find yourself cov a UM Ind 9 e
t. Cell-tocked with day't hinea4 year by car. 8Ue agrees To'thesaalCge, yUm
SOver-tri Ma4 M'd clothes and light on pe*y that a travel wardrobe shouldimore j1rdWiag fablei
"9, -0- erts Ses oy -o Je I7 '
I received.this letter from a resentful wife and mother:
,",In a recent article yo~u toldof a wife who resented her hus- "

*v Dausd affection for their cluren. f W W I
"I agree with your answer if it is genuine affection he is .
.' showing and not a doting foolishness. My husband carries his N TA Sta J Writer
*, 'affection' for our two daughters to such lengths that it works a ". aW r t
,, hardship on me. NEW YORK-(NEA)- Your -
*"For instance, if the girls want new clothes, even though they child develo5#so rapidly be-
have as many as they can wear, their Dad sees that they get tween birth aid age six his
them. He does not seem to care if it means that I will have to to- need" are donistantly chang-
get along with the old clothes I have, ng. Sometimes a friend a~y
"If they want to stay out dancing late at night he encourages g.resent him With na toy, oy
them to do so, although he knows it will mean that they will stay to find he has already out-
in bed the next day until noon, leaving me to handle all thegrown t or isn't ready for it
ho.., .--work. grwn t or isn't ready for it
6 '-2he girls speak rudely to me, knowing their father will not yet.
rebuke them. I If you key your toy selectionil
"If I try to get them to do anything .around the house they to the characteristics of his
i are 'too tired,' usually from dancing, and my husband says re-age group, you'll satisfy his'
proachfully that I should let them get all the sleep they I n. I needs and help keep him out
'I am the only one who is expected to be tireleM." of the mischief that attract a
TO child with the wrong toys or
STWO KINDS OF PARENTS ERR too few or too many toys. This
i 's the advice of the. Playskool
:1 Some parents make the mistake of giving too much to their Foundation, an Independernt
'0 chlldlen and expecting too little from them with the excuse that. group of psychologists, educa-
; eh e only young Qeb", tors and child specialists.
e BSome parents go to the other extreme and seem tot esent
1 their children having the gay good times .that belong to youth. I At age two months, he re-1
:, Judging from this.letter here'l a father who the Aponds happily to red and or-
firsL group and a mother who belongs to the second. ange colors. Any object it
And so they are piling agaliiat each other.- The father is en- needn't: be a toy,--that's not .
c cour, sing his daughters to believe that everything is owed .them-,too. small to choke him and Chr diu AA l bv e rtar
because they are young. And the mother, resentful #f suoh an 'has safe, nonpeeling colors, is their play, swt play Itself.
attitude and its effect on her daughters and herself, sqems almost t all *he. wants. mai e ia. wa U d soBnetit._,
resa-ntiul of the girls dating And dancing and waiting pretty At four months, your infant sI" 'W Wf i
clo hes. L Is ready to investigate with his 4 t0!wh. alistiallywfuiy^, we,
Instead of pulling against'each other, this mote r and father fingers and, mouth. You can '
shc"-Id., try to meet somewhere half way betweg lir opposing Igive him Smooth color cube bother c illf n now .f t et may,, like-l-7
I at.' udes. This will benefit them and their daughters. that are safe to suck and han- give him dmple oedntruction age.
d. e... ., ets w"~ 'eag two ou
..... -- -A rattle doesn't mean much childr S en. b p ,
Parisian Drama to him until about seven IThree ind hall s"'s your aor
,months. Then he'll love to child enjoying p rk and play- .
shake It -as he waves his arms ground eulpment.,' At' lSe
S ',m gham M eets Jersey LYour- onth-odbaby enoy the quiet o
developing coordinated muscu- ,
la ractivities- he sits, he
creeps' be rolls, and pupils ,
hlimsefl up and down. Let him
J enjoy. very simple, toys with
big, colorful parts that he can
-i together and take apart.
.At one year, your child's cur-
oolt and energy have become
dless._For sis birthday;


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n hadl Medal of
LomBpozsf and Cosiduc
ale rMudce Coueil, l
ifowards anson of
man School of Music
'the association's ano
lefas went to Mrs. V Ogi
S.wae COller, ptrild0n
aVshsington grou; ci
,composer; Mrs.
Manh'm o, executive I
of te Ame rican
me Reesr g Bo
Ri eftatd Bas, Wa
donductor, wa chalrms
yards s commitee. Thi
to to theV I
sdemed to,.hrd one
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music and muilans.
This year's awards
the 20th inlivenaro of
"Milatmoa whb.w Jol
Per ad. conductor, wb
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i ercak .mam and sail
X1 leana t Sl PM3M
bpera 'a.opriIta

Brmpeas debut i
pSrome vital Ifo ryouna

roduc ione
'ltehad reetv Btte

orchestraa ar auled tla
of 4uo-pIa Mdaats ao
o. lsts: Soriano W V I a,
and Whittemore. ama L*
they will play wa,
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The orchestra has
Leon Kirchner, f ithe

ath Newt oru deo
p-ano, cgneeto; S eh
tcoer will a et wthe

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coh baers Fantasiete tpe
-orehstra are also ,plan
~asonI s.on the Inum
o the mtatles Unior
and he wrote t.1 ebR
tOa 'ueqt of -pin;tr
lobs, t.e oreItrat
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and institutions who wil thrill to the mupic of a Wurlitzer Organ. Only a
Wurlitzer gives you such beauty of tone, classic workmanastp and" rlo'
design. A full lifetime of nmste to match e-rvice or Oce Joyous! lc '
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Mame Reformatory tWith
0 IPORTLAND, Me. (UP)- Su- (i
*fvpe for Court Jubuce Francis W. V
_d GA, PA1 SulUvan said that "thn court's
United .px Fght abep t ence h been exhaust" .TON W. V.a, Jhel
od-fiedto))]r13forsVtelBl lxVaeal
It you listen to'1-a' New and" sent Bradley ("Hot R(,rl")Ja coal mine l, lovaes i
York architect a. e de- B#r. 18, to the reformatry. outa ath e at s
signer, you' t ll Sn- o a ris ores mallr game
lecting that free- d1te ta-h The youth arrested in 1951, and .ri.l or s ll me ,
bW or totr -o rl a -p trom .VatelmpIasiTano uei
biae r tortur. bes. a. fc~~ admitted he had h apa" t.' d Aa of sM 1..
phrtect Wh~ege.1'erthhe Ir0 .ed never to get behindE.S' l..
rosutd aoer to a eW again if set fre. irrel Or P.I* 1....
be drot, resolve is a little .a, On._ t A
the talk of tse xne ghbors. sBd Judge 8ul.dvan In sen- .'". at lI
*N ag 4 e tenoing Baker to an IndetAr'- W E h
oself-respe an dlmate term. t. a ueluc
rary." Concern For A it'l cawn bafly hit the Side
re hat 33 ha a n T a ba with his rifle
eeBarM hoat 3Ictural partuerhip Owe In irOul telescopic eight *said hias
aned it awards to lf credit thOr. "ut h can othoc .W
esis fo-caled modern OAMPAWIQ, Ill. .u.?.( ay 'day with ,. 5I1
funtu" the stay simple, T youths -ot a bit carried ai* st my .anrot.
free-f tuff, result when away i"n their "be kind to ant- L
some designera wMated toepalrt mae" efforts. shot t at hu a
from the naxt. sno I A
.a Peri and Jerrr n 8. a Unti- when t m eowi-
Prod veMity of -" nono "student, wore MV, d L$ -
"But they. .4epitd without arrested for stealing strw .,..' Ib
trying to ln 4*tetthe world a- from a aaMpua construction lifts j ic-u d
round them," he 4ialt. "The re- project.-0 ..... s L ,"4w'.j ra:
suit was borax." Haled uto cnait-e b le b *iift
Breger hs no nw* pe for said he was leang 'or seice pLnattr asi""'
tradlt'ona tha .me. He de- soon and wanted to leave asked Billy g et rid of .o
fina traailon* .tjulngs as plenty of straw for the com- that had become a nulaabU
"wor4 s Df they'd: built to fort of his pet rabbits. making their home .aith
fit thn needs o". ie who lived building on his tarn. irf-
in uather ert.Ne f.or the way The judge said that was fine, fered 25 cents for each 0go
we ive oday. : but there had been too many el4ninated. After two homi
construction thefts lately and vatella had bagged 17. The
He oared th woman who the builders were getting Ir- amazed farmer withdrew the
av o (ollea to the at- ritated. He fined them $5 each. offer and paid off.
cha oU. ". h_ .' and are______________
Inte et"ld on0 i. at," he
said. : .'
Bregerwo Itedwhether the INCREDIBLY LOW RATES!
furniture destighed = and '
his partner, 8trSWUy llan. for Btw
Orosfeld House In NeV York Between
would, be -good yle 10 -or 20'
minted. "Todays woid will ,
change but tOfihrroW's have VuIA
more'in 0mino1 .with. today's .
than It will with the 15th or 16th ( "' C .
century."s ig (AEROVsSfECUATORIANASC.A.)
Desim for Today i '

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He and Salzman call their de-
signs contemporary.
"Contemporary," he said, "ap-
plies to furniture or any other
Item which conforms to today's
values, us s today's materials,
a'nd fits the framework of to-
day's living."
Their furniture stresses' the
light, airy and comfortable look.
But the furniture isn't fragile-
looking. The wood is of natural-
finished walnut, trimmed with
dane and brass.
Breter and Salzman establish-
ed their partnership in 1947 and
have sayeral natl6nal a'wardasto
their.j ;oedt, ragr is prof eor
o sobhltecture w an.4 et 4h tf
PratA -sttuteA dtie11"wTok
Sehool e Interler eslgnb'd
alsm instructs In architec-
ture qt Pratt and, the Whltman
NSchol of Interior Decoration,




pans= to One Way
MIAMI .. $ 0 70.00
QUITO .. .. 86. 00
NEW YORK .. 114.00
CHICAGO 120.30
SAN JUAN .. .* 134.00


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ou Sellem... When You Teffemtru P. A.
Leave )our Ad ,.ith one of, our Agents or our offices in No."57- "B eet P ,
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6 .
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Sal6n de Bellea Anmeica
No. 55 West 12th Street

0Car tOol Drg St o -
10.059 Mel4nde Ave.-Phone W C6o

Ageis iaternacional de Publicaciomet PrepIgas., S. A.
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Household Automobil. m asJgo So Clau schjlert-
F nW WII:.oA'c d-8 a
F..LE--One Figdaire 25 cycles FOR SALE: -- Dodge Stoke .Body 20SI -, ei ,,.

BARGAIN efrgerato 60 Ccies condition, new tires, todi4. $1,585; RESTAURANT CONCESS QN
ul Chnese urnture. No. 6 OR SALE: 1948 Plymouth Club rant and soda tountoirt concesicn, r SlcO .T
35 Eoat Street. Coupe, A- condition inside-out. Bids will be received until 1300, July pl atibh
aOrALE-6 c tt. Westinghouse' See at house 51-H Coco Solito. 5h. 1953. Address bids toeteurant
refrigerator in good condition. $35. FOR. SALE: 1950 quick 4-door Officer. Curundu Post- Ritounf. '
0 418-C Cocoli. CanllZone S u per, excellent coitioouting, nesting, H- -
BQR ALE:. Prico- frigerator 6 w Hot- F equipped b May bian song food, .c$utl bone, bidN tonic ; _
c.nt electric stove, bargoin. Want Coco So 42.o 3-F. A,___nesting hair, sin flower seed, loved FR ft or
.to buy n ece bedroom fur.niture. FCR SALE: Pick-up Duly Paid b.rd seid, rabbits, neon tetros o i 'tl fumrnhed. i -
5hcne Panarna 3-47-8. S2GO. Call Panama 3-4638. barbs. Acuatib Tropical. Pahnma's ten ai GoJl uMk -
,A131YC .. on pet shop. 55 Via Espai1a, Tel. -8"
FC ~ ALE c.. -M Weoingh co.n .cR SALE:-J-948 HSudeb oker. Duty 3-8 11. d.bids to -U :--.c ib
,.gerator in goe cndion. r Po God .co:nit:cn. Best offer. ..FOR Cn a.
c 4r. C ooli, Canal Zone. C1 bSupween arexcellend Coton SPCIA EXCURSIONS vd.ia LAA. o th ttre 'e I.
t-b:e en3 chal.- Alumr'm e-, 741] or Box 666 "'la.yton. ( PANAMA-MEXICO ne way -$85 lease c all W 7?
R : Pactic of orw ."trs Full euipd. a C ry on trip $135 (Iy day limit for. Pety
EccnSnA'LE:Son. gtf ornon, iAH CASH CAH I $16. good ant yiab ; o0' LO-S
ectric stov feet gi. Waon tleC YES.e pay C43-F S H o te spot i AN one wa, $159.25 rosj FR N:.-
F Rn Hous 3A. GD CLEAN USED CARS. For trip $68.64 ( oa'bb imits. Pan. ple fur
o- o a c;uIck DEAL, bring your car in ond ad Dispatch Service 36 Avena ful 00 o' ?0"
-- .C t... A E- wTh CASH-. aa ah Ao ie 3w. lNo. 72 Tel. 3-rt80. __ai
F2l" -Kcn-oreMc n lrner A A S ES AN Nacional (Automob55 ile Row) Tl. T.1 807
;,c :--;:ccrd Par. Apex 8 u. Next COCA COLA PLANT, Pan- --Panama 2-1655. FOR RENT _
r. r ectc er.: s:c e. c.. RTel. 2-2616 or 2-4966. Pan.- AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES secure
S.' Siger scw.'g achiedi. r. best maids- registered, identiFOi- A
c. -p ,trolo. 8 d.nir co' cain, references, health certificate _- Clayto______
c .t z cccichtr. ' =mpit-, FOR SALE:-Must sell by Monday -fom "CIP SERVICES" 2nd floor ALHAMAw APARTM7NTS
S -t ok shef s'l tole pc 1940 Chevrolet. et offer takes. Belia Vnta Theatre, phone 3-0881, Two and fouo room furnished nd
a -.; -j se p765c. op:tnt r Call 3-509. Panama__ Panomao. __ unfurnished- opartnts; private en-
F --=ey Street, Baiboo, phone 2- FOR SALE: Trailer utilty, auto- CURUNDU NURSERY SCHOOL open closed gardens. 80T. 10th Street. /
S-oble $6H0.00. House 573. all summer. 8:15 a. m. to 11:15 New Cristobl. Telephone Colon
F : \ : ._-Ken-ore Irlser. RCA8 A U T 0 S E I S E N M A N Panama T2 5

: .....-"Frgidaire refrigerator! Diobmo. Phone 2-3685. ______ a. m. Age 2 i years up. Free 1386.
-, ci:-.a. 60 Cycles. a 0. 0 GoodA Immedite delivery new 1953 Stude- transportation. Cas 83-2168. FOR RENT--Independnt eportmentP.
,. re' eon._Cll -3-5240. baker Co r Com erV-8 Hardtop n-A#osa Two rooms, bath, kitchen, private
E--25 cycle 9 cuft. WSW. automatic transmission. Fr berfet tuning cil L. F. arcia, arden. dollars. emi-fuish-
tW e :.Ag;iouse all porcel ih. Ex- direct delivery price. Call G. R the ratiot expert- technician on the ed. 8071 Eight Street, New Cris-
c condition, $9000. Leaving Lee 2-0825 or 3-4339. __ Isthmusn Receive orders from any prti teobl.
&b,-y. 0532-B, Anron. Tel. 2- O t- SALE:--1952 Ford Victoria, Al- of Conol Zone. Phones 3-0672 FOR RENT:-Furnishd three bed-
S-" p rn .blue. and Ivory, Ford-0-Ma- 3-494,7. ____ room vacation quarters. July 3rd'.
SI'- E -R;sh.e tcr. tlo, ge.i. i tic-Radio. Wil accept trade. Best ANNOUNCING: The ae opening of -t. 3rd. hone Gamboa 6-382.*
Sporcot-in, 23 cy.. M ofkr n G 5-4 Lowe's Tropical Aquarium for the FOR RENT:--Furnished apartment, 2
n ie tad ot 2229-C,, Curunou FOR ,SALE:--Tate 1949 BuiKk ut- convenience of all former friends bedroom. Perejd .Street t2, No.
r .,'7-5133. 4-door, redie, heater, set cover, and customers, and et all fanciers 11. Phone 3.2294opr 3-471.Cl
FC*-,SiLE -Zenith AM-FM Radio. WSW,. eucllent endlin. Le- w wO like to n and g FOR RNT:BellVt. Lre tw
4-, ed Cabr~l tic record playr, -4 Zone. Any offer ceidered, oqinted Al bed roomr, cb kitchen, privated
TSle. Beautiful mEhogany Io Foo Sef. t g Goi F lsh ld. A .place to agt apartment. Teolpholre Panma 3--
$'le. Same mpdii in Paneoma S-ll AL 3 fish bi. Fre o shrimps, 0816, o 3-4187.
05i. 32-8, Anri Te. 2- i :O ACE:--F 52 Ford Victoria, Ai-;EOf Canl Zone. Phones 3-0672 -hIFOR RENT.-Furnishd three bed-

3 Abpir $2506.. ofr- fresh frozen isardnei. ra um f ly FOR RENT:-Unfurnlshed apartment
ed. Albro T 51 06OR. Real Estate 8:00 a=.m. to 12:00 p.n 1:00 p. in Sn Forcaii e co. r3th Streat for
A -ei_____h Rao_____ m. to 7:00- p.; m: Suh ds and information. Cal ialkoot 1464.
".artm c FOR SALE:-Leving Isthmus. Ex- idy s l o :00 o m. FOR RENT:-Lala -t. L-date cool
S Beautiful mahogany c tllent lot of land viewing boy, in t r, A e icc. artm mt. 49th reetf "Grni"
SMseellaeo m u El Congrejo Heights. odjocent to A.plac to g ulding. ell .Tephone P amr to

$3.95. My-price $250. Nc e F .$8.50 per neSter. Enquire C. O. P. 417.
m S A., Tocumen. Mosaquites. 4 1. I N N'APARTMENT IOt :NT: S
1' A.- r e h fre n id eet p ,ily bedroomR cai T:- pely furlerhed,
.. _80a. P-r t 12: 00 p 1 h 0 P. washing machine, rdctoe. re flr-
Rel E ES aStO NtS ..,ttfso ril4 e b ator, sty, etc, To persn -r
SSpanish classes for beginners and 1 luw m.: Snet::i0-s. vi- at ele For n information call 2-3877 -
*^^ sHSadvanced students. For one person ai et/w, seeeeil. ale itk 6;30 p. m. -.9:00 p. m,
Or in group, as you pefer. Certi- tore~i hig oy.l .. ENT

formation phone 2-3759, Panoma Attractive bar-lunege with fire- 's
'City. plae IO. '-
rye llK ire^We guarantee to teach you to dance Femo ui RiENT:--i u -de
easily, quickly, ond at small cost. Ideal pt eursi e R : F she rom, i
Private o e tsss by appoinmentm Rete meal included frm penilen dge th roppr
Group lessons on request. Tel. $ 1 lege. 37th Stret Na. 4. Apt. '3.
Liona Sears, Ponamo 3-1565. Reteo i meel ncldede from $5 "
He, Tocui -tweekly, alse Reles without mel A *I rtNORJ
aHelp Wanted i.. 02.,o ,.,. osit O t eed ,
h clmily-ats fs r lnger fr b
advanced students. For oexperson Wire m vateons enem T -
or in grousekeeping, s nd child you prefer. rti-

care. House 2118-A, Curundu. Beautify your bust line with out pat- r Colum bpist ehe Mo-
more falsies. For free demtnstra- res O R- e ..
Sforma CA tion in yur home call -22] ".

Boats & Motors To MIAM & NEW YORK AREA
Boenl 4-engine planes. One-way
SFOR SALE:-Soilboat 20' 1 x 6V2' w to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip:
gray marine gas engine, sails, gaod e $,1P6.00. One-way to New York: FOR SAi;:rie.-ui & Ad-
condition. Phone Mr. Linden 25.1 $114.00 Round-trip $214.0q. See mira.l retntt ino- "
3865 or 3461 Rodmon. rt.e PANAMA DISPATC SERaICE ti 3ttion $;o net
FOR nSALE:-Aqua Lung Unit com-1 telephone 2-1655. sewic md lee
I ..plete. Phone Curundu 51 10. bals"R0Jswithot m
Hel W ntd ane fom 2.0 ail. osti n O 'ed

.L G in.i T i"... .. FOR SALE
T'le Ui ^ A merte o o AmericaTo
'. Distrkit- s e "C ma c Z on FOR SALE: Aquariums, all sixes,
13, Charle ', ri.*.I d tropical fish, valves, air pump, 25 Someti
Ramirez dde Cut, ;I'rrtoets for C cycle, oir hose mated pair angels.
i Llhlants, JiYllBd'-,,~'e t alm fued Lawn furniture, China closet, book-Not TO
J" Rea nd "" Ia sa th Di- cases and books, chiffonier, couch
trict Court n le a t. Sqt ihe with cover. 5457, cottage, iablo. VtAPL
itl wat:-w th Pacific Reefr, tr ckle, a.p- FOR SALE:.-Upright piano, in very Sin&
n o' wa kn ow pat and ture,in.a cause Co
iut the scultture pictured trtivil and Mariie. oo condition; Sin electric sew-dia 20
iv is "What'is it?". Welf And whereas, by vte of pV'iace* in ing Machine'; Encycolpedia 20
a VU to 'sthe'. W due' form of law, to directed, return- volumes, with cese; native mohae-
!j l to ;th e name" pl t'tjP able on the lai. *f ut1, 1983,.i have any typewriter .toble; .native me- ."
'"WWemaood" by, abstract] eied and tan M pid. V. Pacific hogony dressing table without mir-. :m
4- bor g y01 0ab tiReefer and haveb. in mycutoy. ror; Minion's Bone 'Cht i HoutseMi
Notice is hor~y give.atbat- Distrit"ror; Ncnton's Bone !Chino. House
ioi. ,0Ebsently exaiblt in~g Court will Ibe hetad the Untled' State, 5282, M orrison St., Diablo, Canal
JA 4 ris art ow.. Court Room, Lil the t& Aco. ,Ca- Zone. 4' 1 -al
S "al Zone, on t-e Sth u a f July, 19"a ___________
for. the trial -sad prnik a the FOR' SALE- -Kenmore electric sew-
wer -or owners, and all persons who ing machine, new accessories. Per-
Smay have or claim any interest, are fect cond. $75. Btuttonlleri and
|hereby cited to -be ad appear at the Zzoag"er&10
tin and plac'aforesaid, to shar cause, 0e*l
if any they ave,. why a -final dec R.eew models, 1.:.'io. 3 i
should not pain as prayed. with f. 1.9, 1 in
IVL r-JGSEPH 1. KINCAID. lens, f3:3. 3- ncl
SL .te State. s Mars-al ren.sak- ..fl
..*B- 1" ei '. project#$ 110, as'|
Sre;aoaSior i
_7 What is the' car

NsI '- safest front seat? Origa al,
ets. 'T ry. it r,
(ExclusIve 7-point protection it forever
commended by Parents' tenderizer.
Maain FO SALE--- OR

new 53 KAISER olIt
Warld's Ptrst Safety-Flirat Car .l
Come in... see it today. ham-

.Trpial Motors Inc.
Antobile Row 27 Hou

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Another No NOv gNMI
PAREDES lPam Garden
A InOL^ VIo L8S,
CO1W'1%T" 1 swm40k
OR A 41 i N(
42 Wrrrslp
Geo. F. Nover, Inc. 4S1.ean
JSED CAR 79 Cmtal Av. *el '4 g

T NO 2 Shpping, moving storage. MkS
LO. N We pack and oratb or move DoUer bl
a (toell.)
anything. "Phone 2.2461, 87 Dlom
2.2E62, PonamA (ab.)

Household Exchange Says There's Mor
M.l Aui lTnbfne Row
Te l l ,3- 4lI i
WN BlU. AND '8111

Mamba Sambs
Rumba VWMlts
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'tLLWOO, (NA) my now but he's til emottg
dh X a gned to special service heU 5aL this sm unor in a
aif., 0I. verMon of ;ek
__ ifW- Mad Mr. Bv&.
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slr iW Wash-
ft.- mRtbl bist
iase- 'were writ-
aMter Rev. Dr.
s the present
tr-type music
kLkfk JJnratu

EUJMM (.h tII1
a Ayt oleod ginger like
e- Dick Naymes.
Die 11 ASICSl ColWnmr
W ;a hs s
gal Vic.
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4;(er .J'*t Thiwe wherteftri, t o .
mi quee "The Life eli R o
tfoi the camera in m d-J,
tlq M with his 15-year-old no
playing -Aayo
..rtt9~r~o m an aduly t
eme .Marie Windsor I lated .
A.b&SS T C v"astB- the "heiresA tag. Her father.
tor,)ew : ti Bet it kane Bertselen, Jut struck aw1-'w ay be one the li
wicllgrly uranIum veins Wl li e wol. at
a Ib the family oate ine Mnry"al*,
B Colnmbi.a- heels are held-
her I m 1#9
.et dy and his let a
bother Jhis. molr. akeea mir
IM ote tyiug it never to the l igh t. i e l nv
g Qugbt l a crowd." ee by hot eoffe la the scrpt.

si. + ., m .. ]s ,-- --. s
'ry Plwer d Jimmy PN r r ri t
loe .a t b0toy ldl. tl.6e the. "
tackpot w ed ambled iMert dat

Qap Gambler," ap d i a t6 the drath In "
ls wat In "Winchester" top himsf itn The? eotiy
ad of th. River y 0' iemetriup." Wit1 his bre
share aie wotis to dat i he makes saauage out of three e
clQo ts' .Oe. and Jimmy iges. dw n e
cob of ai mel Is 4 esUtlast- HLYLWOOD ON TV: Bid
Sw-'be mo0,-a iovle r comsue. .
Before 3-D s says Arthur per. TEel ay they couldn't t Ll
aeptor nb hj r0kla ,'es. eMw Maxwel Is type-casting herset t ,s
y asn mt audiences by a R movie atst' "Hollywood Se Frw 1r I
SI'. *o' Marvel," a newU. film series.- _m .^ ,, .
iHAI-MOOD .N. Now it. .s a Ban B C rir Plyers'
BTEVe c woK'B steaming lhWaded for TV. lion star of ; -n p e
ao nee seri+ h o 6 at ef F
over hisall~ute.type ling in the MOM picture star In The Te a "T
go uroadqay"a lnd video series. Dit ole rl c ; Douhglrls" he, beep tenta-
) 8Wob-bya t plv BSllen anr pAl ( Kobbe theater on July 17, byl
p'lyas N 8 8 pa will et the the newly formed militaryv
an ater a Ze solo comedin buup at NBC heatergroup, Caribbean
walls "Pgi" to in addition to his Uley emoting Player s.
tear After the Kobbe erform-I
"Scared Stiff," tnew Marti arnce, he Dougr" is-
.Man Plaerre Aumont is set for and Lewis colieda is a down- scheduled .o appear at four
hls warbling 4bpt inghf- memory-lane lickr for come- other pots on the Isthmus.
club act In Las Vegtg,. *V an dian Benny RubilBenny work- I1 a uetW held last weelc,
unhappy Ora Wea tn. ed In t'. pArigtia version co- th group cted a board of
Thpe goveraS t r'ebeal 000 starring Lila Le and Wallace Wgoerorh R ad ted a set
to bli, for ekett td penti Reid in IM. of bylaws. elected to office
'"the Btge a he Four Hollywood actors were W : evident, Capt: William
Ide iaOW ifor phid B a dy aDie to run a- Millard; tat. -vice president
l a HO- round in sheets as "Ghosts WOJO Henry Stafford: 2nt
S Benny wtA one of them. The vti'e-pr Sgt. Jack Mea-
c S. her threM were e O'Brlen sley; c I Mailba Bates.
S. vn LeRoy a ill (Hop- and Vreaaur,. Maj, Sunice-

The' "Carbt.ean Play ert,'
Who were formerly kho*h,
the Fort. Kobbs Servipk ClUb

outtAhe Isthmus.'The players'
present AIans call for the pro-
ductien of- six plays a year.

= MI6SON. Me. (UP,) Odd-
~, fish were aggXM* the casual-

by w*t z ure when river
w, tog' u 'Into' the cellar of I
.*00 Jb40 :40: a z n sporting goods store'
whom the fish were kept Iv

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rIanama. eaal/ a dealers IT'S SHOWTIME TODAY!

ABLO HTS. 1:30 6:15 8:10
.lih, MAXNa Robert PRZTON |


..AM" CA*P
ai 4Ls

amer fw o w ,
a pleture wheh touched -m
"0 tMy. "
I t ttl* of a tow that'
might be youn and what
mialht happen thee, It's
camed *Sesadsl At Scourle"
amaui tlhetoryofapiPrited
wine who fIghtl spaIdl..
A-ml.ided people for the
Sright toadopt aebhildwhbe
'fathk .I difft t ifroma I
She's proud ai sOery a"
before she's though, the,
. tow's kism hwve taieW
ltao huarr aidtleir bat
to loev. It w a phleame, .q
mda privilege to bla ti
wonderful role with msuc

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1 ofr hs
W who
t and act

a warm glow Mal ver I
someone mentions him to
he said.
"- folks think that I
ble him. I'd say that .l
mighty lucky, and if t
something like him, too
perfectly natural because "
taught me the business."
Actually. the regembla p
b we4. the two Is am e
thut persons meeting Alan
the first time are often
tied by it, but it Isn't
Alan is slightly talejBt
hise father wag ad ktWCT
20 pounds. But In their *It -
neri3ms their warm
conatatous laght r an"
O renlnem ---they're aM
alike as identical twih.. 4
At Alan' ate. "le. r.,
S. romantic leading map,
MW rioht ft the
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S I Net mice Warner Breos.
traduce sound to the ,
I one picture industry b
there been such a stir of
tiulty in the film capital
'day it' three -
Pictures, or 3-D. a new
nical process which -lows
Images on the screen
as they are seen in real
with depth, the elusive
didmension, as 'well as
land width.
Opening at the Lux
Tuesday in Warner
"House of Wax" will c ,n=
over the weekend. o
As the first major studite
produce a feature three
mension film, Warner
has t oken a mystery --
story and with Vincent
F Prank Lovejoy 'and,
Kirk in the leading roles, -
filmed -in WarnerCelor-
motion picture which t
sts his tory with Mte
that ushered in sound-"
Syears ap6--- "The tazz
Combining the research
experimentation of the ma.
r1aeVision Corporation.
the technical experience
the Warner Bros. products
facilities, "House of Wax"
/ attempt to bring a real ty
the screen nevpr before "
O achieved. Based o the
ple of human eveslght.
ilur Vision, wedded to
I Stlel wers theomn s WarnerColor process wll
ofAfarsoftlPli hcate more closely the
^sag's PIi ,processes of the*human
Ch IIbr 1 lbwN Yla TherprincipleIs e asi l..
S" ;7 S' treated thus:
U"Wol'ThImbU y object and notice its
Next will be pen- Now, close one eye and l
Little Theater's PerformncesFinally, opfn" the eye-
of "Affairs of State." the same thus Closeth,
Cathy Barber plays the role or one. NotICe that the
of Irene Elliot. the southern seems to have moved.
schoolteacher who marries an hasn't, but you have seep
up and coingl statesman for object from two slightly -
expedience. George Henderson, ferent views."
a .polishe d- diplomat of the ia Natural. Vislonr 3 -
wbrld, is ambl interpr6tede bt each camera, is an eye
Bob.. Armitage,. who_ c lg on one object at the. )4
from Rodman.'A either its the time bt from slightly'.
en.ellent play, the eitaetil Ent "ales. One meam 1 ,
part, or In his own wor at the pbJact, the .
"an overdose of haml") around it. The poll = eI
In "AffairA of StAte," which' acts as the nerve enir
regaled New Yorkers for over convert th two la t _
a year in ith original prevent- single Im ."
ation, it is the elderly, retired With the a tion a a..t
Secretary of State '(Curtts'ural stola a A i
'eorge of Oktun: who enging-- WarnerColor,a
ersa the allicnd to Ke]p his cOM ,
Fran O p r the C the Usuadthe a
rant wife -in name only-
"Pop" Willataas a dignified
and devoted butler ad Geroge
Reel as Byt'on Winkler, the
Secretary of State.
"Miss Power FIh:t," to cele- Excbe Junked
brute the 50th anniversary of "
powered flight. N orma Ruhdall CITARLESTON .W. Va. W .
of Los Angeles holds a model B. C. Taylor was sentenced.'.o ',
of the D-5Aes-2 Skyaocketd thel vs in jail-for IgnoringI a eoit)%" .6 D.
oasdst plane ever flhoe, order to clean up trash and Jm'k
in hig front vard. Th7e1a d it- Key:J
nored Tayvlor's logical eouse. He (
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Newbridge, Grisu Choices; Juan Franc Gaeed Enies Braves Pir e

:lass 'B' Horses In Mile r,. o.. H,, Jockey,0 w.. TM T o.o i r,
,. -- t Moce "nO* NaU p i. o o l: i -Native
:: The annually featured National Red Cross M w Tom c*.. t .
Handicap will be run today at the Juan Franco 1--Duque ru m 5 u _e 4, i ....
Raxt Track over a distance of seven furlongs by --Dte 0 t Daro 01 .gttlr hne 4-1 Pilhe i In the ..
Class D" imported thoroughbred for a purse 5---.Reort CF. Ros 1 recen-tly .h 1
of $600 and a silver trophy. 6-Lady Caren V. Brown I0-Y~-U m 8-1 or e t
Newcomer Newbridge, riding EIGHTH RACEly 0-1 alc
the crest of a two race winning 1-Wild Wire $18.20, 4.60, 7.80. 1a. i -a. l .
mutuels choice with Grisu and 3-Atoria $3.60. O': 1 :ri.3 t oft Jaq
C'oq Au Vin getting plenty of Quinela: (Wild Wire-Pebe e aaonoe .the'' a ar
support in the betting also. tero) RA0,0. 1-Mufteco V. Castillo 115 ntener hoe Adcock'&a3 shyoffs-.
However, Mingo, Phlox or Tra- NINTH P ACE 2-Yoikito O. Chais -er gowly 10-1 on b ror o i "
falgar could come through with 1-Bolo Joan $4.80, 3.20. 3-Vfllatreal R. Gomes 1 N to ladicate 10-1 th= wru tth ehn ae wit
Sone of those miracle improve- 2-Rina Rol $11.40. 4-Volador J. Rodrl. 112 -4 a hie 16t beat : 3- play2 N om-
ments for an upset. One-Two: (Bolo Joan I a 5--Mandinla B. Pulldo 116 wol 0rkQt ,l) oa Ii. A at r 'a'
Grisu, second to Arkansas Rol) $46. 6-Enriqueta V. Ortega 112 -H .ta nCubns at BOi
and King's Prize in his last two TENTH RACE _._ _
Starts, will be tough to beat if 1-Curaca $28.60, 11. 0, 4.40.
-16 runs as well as he did on 2-Legal Frolic $420, 2.80. 3rd Race ,-" Native .% l e 1
'tllhose two occasions. C'OQ Au Vin 3-Sun's Moon o g: 1A~1:
shapes up as the third choiceO ELEVENTH .RACE de. e D aner *
with Mingo, Phlox and Trafal- E FL.nTRs 4-- 0muf i al the a e 6 -'
r rank outsiders., 2-Arkansas $20. 2-SIrena Pulitdo 116- cing& 1p
; hlox, back after a layoff, was 3- Coli C. Gonzales 1S -Lc ear speed 5-1 .
,racng dismally when taken 'Y 'op League- """ ."" *t"-" "*" ,o I .s .as.2 100
4aft of competition for a rest. yN goop a -Mn o-lti G. Rus 103 -Drope d ther class lto in -
-hshe has regained a part of e -Manolete K. lores 11 -Dro i pped c :-
tle form that carried hernto CRISTOBAL YMCA-UySO of 10s .5- I P i i Sherman Slr -- the slx in-
eleven victories last year, she Warm-Up League flTu ninlg .ve the ite S a 5-
will be a dangerous contender. Team Standings 4thhI Race "Nv Dn-Iaue 4dt the Red so ax.
H'er favorite jockey, Jose Bravo, won Lost 4th Racet "e aNative $%gs.': P el lersS:0 .6. :.0o4 9 M llw ie Rle ae
will be in the saddle. Naval Station 4 0 I l
the secondary anttrBct i eVP-45 3 2 1tr -Bijaual V. Castill 110 -(4Xo4 effort h last -1. BMON .Y., June.13us ap bt t ogo he a WU
Athe Class "B" $750 mile gal- 370th 1Aon o 2 --Piola Daro 100 toon hfOwynne Vt an rbo-t' C X 270. others i ei 01 0*:- n .
"lop nightcap could turn out Fasron-ii0 1 4 E3-Romantico B. Pulido 110 -Usually comes up late 30-1 l-sy ;"year-oldstaNive re a
"this contestof the improving Via- F u Darld, .R. :
eo will meet speedy Quo Vadis, V.P.-45 star-t-d-its second 5--Caftaveral 0. Menoes 1.10 -Muddy track help -1 tory over fnde X in ord e- er for the losers.
eolla rent sQolad v tae it second6-Daniel J. Rodri. 110 -Returns f lrom off -1 quallntine In the $100o hThree homers, two b etir ,(9
e hard running ropo anrd round of play iqn the Cristobl 7-Con Valor I Hidalgo lc-t-perie t O. die- Joe A t-s a.h ove the A u3)
G1oyonder which s returning YMCA-USO Warm-Uke h League of tire DxSl? 2eSaiveree. n bhp""e"last. S .1 t AM3' w s.
ocked aIs no the way a 70-20 count. Coach Swi 1Mon tolle R. Ywas 10-Dry on eciali 8-1 stretch duel betweewaser
*race holdd turn out to be a compiled to floor and Inex- I-W m G. Ramos 10 -Returns In sha 4-i. hold Sotly by Iq h .. ., ,
three-cornered thriller. How- perienced te mdue to the re- 2-ti -. Al Men 110 -Improete dt 11 3 l" Ca iB ,. i-
* ev,,the classy American bred cent graduation of many of his 3-Donie nce 115J -B--Shouol d win In m -d t o rblth o .
figures to beat this field if he Is first stringers. Merrit broke 4-Tuir H 1 15ub 9 x--Rates outiud c3-oei :-it
SPr got the verdict by land to score 17 points and be- 1 5-Amazon Hidalgo,. Jr.. 6x-- otinr y i'
Pre to thrnepro idn- nua e h igh scorer for the eve--_..iln CSl-ftdi. .. .., f*

:trest of the program In- nngi
,i udes the usual quta of "hard- eR t e 6th Race "E" imported 7 Fat Purse: o :e: "
Kt o racs dthat she kept pa V.8ce with the Patrol Squa- irst Race of the Double
Soon shooters happy es- dron by defeating F on5 by on

r'nf t trac km errat i 8 r 10R C 1byo 1 VtR R Ch 1. p for mn wl r c aon' the of l I I
pe 1y ,if the track comes up a 66-47 margin. Fasron jumped 2-Galante II tldo 115 -o inA 2-1 POlyn-I lan-G He Na-
-to ann early 12-10 lead- in the 3 -. te Da er .to a

n oah-reddt ridaSn honors Weoi nud2- 1 5 Mt A. l l l s:atp ofto atig m
Aerday Carlos Alberto Du- first quarter. 1The -Enr Go. 11 id 1
L -'eo xpe nsive new com er nosed fashioned a slim 25 -2 le ad at 4-N- m be tn G ont ora o U S N eeds abe ttervo ck yd 10e- RiY ears.* n il l _'l e l w h l i

IIRST RACE o3 nB &rTore V. Rortegs -be.tter- ma 0115 .Setn II da .y
*t, *hard fighting Arkansas h alf time. Fasron, tired '-?l L Bravo 118 .- was revealingL eeMJ Wharfr d Ja 1 g
Snine thriller in the featured In the final quarter- of the game _D r latter oared R "W h. A runat an ME' M .
SO~a RCsix e astand-e-hal a he -Engineers pied up 26 7the 7 F. Purse: closes 6 te ring the homestretch a k bat
onl sprint. Points to take the1 game going eond Race of tle Doub* ommand .bm .m i hi rd-
"ked al the way around FT. GULICK -Mon tole R. Yau l -Dry em.on specialist 8-1 stretch duel betwem Guerin ad bae B "
h' oval. The two horses and FP Totals 2-Mimo -B. Pulido 110 -Better ah tie out a-- an EdA6i the Ni
k'ere doing their bet in Kieby 2 1 5 3-Corista V. Caetillo 115 -Impreslne Win last '-1 ridec-ia 1 ":
the hairline finish in which Wilson 2 1' -Va imLresa J. .Jime, 11o-Begging for good ride 3-2 The two horses battled l90u' .
-.lXVi DPrime got the verdict by Culandra 0 1 1 Pr nce C o C." Iglesi as 1 08-. oute ra" 5-1
f 1:2 !-/5 on V slow "_ .. _-_- -_. -". .

first ra e. am n... .. Dr. ,h I-
Sst rce -Merritt 8 1 -17 1- l0 Chais11-.
. Taponso (1118.40),i. Wir Noble 2n 2 6 RathlPn| wt 1 the 1..

0)ntitondhCurea(L0.) ,aAd 7-Amer.can Maid CO& ag w
,oceeys Jose Bravo and Blas Herling 2 3 7 5--.abarda X .-Ruh_105Z Only 1 ',
ith two victories each. Bokinki 4 7 15 87 Ganuet F. Hidalgo r 1 97z .a _2. *i m fs tlbis r 'B &
S The -Gdividends: Goens 2 1 5 8-Car de GatoR L E .Si115 l Upwtbal. sua!allC amto,
eN2 760. Dea z!"Cr 0-MY 11-ea, R. Cj 113d rae. _--- "
tan $3.'40. Referees: Maynard and Dou- 9th Race "D" Native ..I.: .55
S"-ECOND-RACE gla.9t----1- ......D3 "a t-v e, : F s ..... :. P .. ."avy
$1840,. 10.60, 4.80. 7-.
s. .'r n lin $8. )0 4. FASKON-1T6 1-Calongo B. Pulido M11 -ot~rm jy y t 1i"'
ule: nle N-AH- PItton 5 3 1S 3-Okinagua V. Ortegau 118-4%-.--o
kron *8.60.'4.80. Mansell 3 2 8 6-Golden Pck G.rCbt. 1W8
M dy Bear $5. Smith, Z. J. 0 1 1llNL'$",
BOar)n- $wo: (Camnarn------ 11th Race "D" Imported 7 6.0V "Sieg lesm: 'S ".
Dar) $46.5. IS. 11 47 'Nati. u Red crew, u eap"i.
1--4luI~ln $4.20, 3. 2.20. 370TH EASR I-Mingo 0. Castillo 110 -erd 1 n' -.
0.0,22. Person 2 0 4 2-Phlox 3. Bravo 120 -A f .-'
3 20. Smith, 3. 1 0 2 -Grisu R. Guerra 107xz'" Tee-." .,, ..... ''*
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Smith, H. 7 3 17 5-Co'q Au Vin R. Vag. 116 -Cm Solo i--1 06er
1-- W ~deFTuAO ,:2.60 K u rlick 5 0 .rk4 2 10 d---N e w b.,. as
1--1 nio 1680, 8, 3.40 -1-ViaJro V. Orteg 111 .1 ... .
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Monthly P.W.G.A.

Tourney Set For

Summit Saturday

The monthly PWGA tourna-
ment will be held this coming
Saturday, June 20 at Summit
Hills and Country Club.
Starting time 8:30 a.m. Those
Inter ested playing should no-
tify their cb representative
before noonon Wednesday, June
If your club representative
isn't eontaeted by that time,
pleat uail Betty Coletan Tel.
il,4 before noon oq Thursday
n order that the palrings and
starting time can be announced
before Saturday morning.
The lady golfer@ have always
had a difficult time scoring well
on Summit Golf Course so let's
all turn out to see if we can't
do better than last time.
Remember, the National Brew-
ery tournament is lew than a,
month awS and lot of gpraptic-
Ing and playing might out off
many a stroke in your game. If
any of you golfers have failed
to submit your pictures to Jane
*uldtqulat, leam bring them a-
long on Saturday.
By the ways gal, have you
seen the lovely prisa to be
donated at the National Brewery
tournament. Stop by la Masoota
(Sam Friedmah's) some after
noon and take a peek, They're

NIA Staff Correspendent
Denton Tec ums e Young
seem to go on forev..
Tqday's Cy Young Isnt very
mueh different from the unas-
suming .pitcher wh won 6511
games, more than any other ma-
jor leagner.
The e -pae -old Ohioan spends
most of ha instructing and
advising Lttle Leaguers.
"There aint much to-being a
ball player," he tells the boya
from, I 12 "It youse a ball
1. tell the older' to
hapeal year tou It's
t baolt ino pe forethe
a 1uMseason that takl Mt out

PIeher, Don't spend too much
Ur streak peitefe Just rear
sai-foR 'eai tl there.
fle W Iapunk, A1l0 al, have
B 1eball la a game.
a what ade Honus
shsreat be-
*ause at heart he remained an
Dr Mugene Zeoa gives Little
Leauers an idea what Hall-of-
Young means about phY-
j "ttle Leaguers should follow
i siple training proram," says
ohe aioklyn Dodgers' physician.
FTorert is nine hours of sleep
and a Well-balanced, solid diet.
wouldn't eat an hour be-
aa'lame. Avoid greasy foods
Spatries. After the game, be-
freG going to bed. give them a
glass oa milk and a sandwich."
DL uern stress that baseball
ot dangerous sport for kids
hen played right.
'T u ers often warm up
eaIIMlam sore arms
bou he warns. "Like
leaders, they must keep
i well- ered, even in
t weather- oth during and
*ta the imt
tIMttle Lease trai ibg diet has
aee a household word. A
ta who auhd to get the "Aw.
naponl etso her demand
,tt wee Johnny eat his spinach
fltda that he is very eager to eat
1 te ,e.',gpme to be
by r 6 ^ats everything,"
beats one mother, happily. "I
ft why the change.
. I a a ,"he said. 'I want to
hbe a of power behind that
"ke eUts more rest. too, takes a
ll" Mthe game. .Ill walk
aeI dlr oom, and there he Is
eod" e= his pitching
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Harassed Managers Take Faj
EA Sets EUdte
NEW YORK, June 1U They 'Tor the Cubs, It was -
are booing and othettise critleai- of immediate expediency,
lI Branch Rickey In Pittsburgh, Brother Rickey. -
Which is a brand new pitch.
Front offices make the deals Cavaretta was left wWllt
that put deubs whers they are, biggest hole in his dlJMIU"
but down through the years the plugged at shortstop. Tihe
managers have taken the fall. tion at once commenced "
This Is the open season on the shifting on two Brulna,.
harassed ploWts, with Fred Hutch- Sauer and Ralph Kiner, m
lason of the and the of one. The other side dka
Cubs' PhU Cavareta the plain- on running as the bag was
est targets. 'TherZW gonna be all fields, save. when Hal
some changes made. was placed in center for d
It want Hutehinson'S fault sire purposes.
that the rich Detroit franchise It used to be that there
farm system was' permitted to agers. the men held tkgeg
dry up on the vine and praceUl. and who knew best. etWA,
ally die. It wasn't Hutch who So Or suggested the swaps G
suddenly gave up on an outfit chases they beloved wft*i
that finished second, beaten no fit the club. Perhapsil
more than three mes, aU re- sacrifice a bit of httiag
cntiv as three seasons ago. Afr Ifield ezeout
4ut didbt ellineer the trdt- eould compensto far aI
shetions that stnt away good expert outfkeldngr tOn
and sustaining players after a sorely needed powe
bad. Oners and general m
But when an agregation goes Maos of whom dMt kno a
Into a protractedtaillspn and toIs player from a ll
knocked out of the race by ear- buy and trade m1 tb4da
.l Juhe, someone has to go, and he manager takid Sl
the usual procedure Is to start get and does tbh bet bWA
with the manage. Perennial second di tn
It Isn't Cavaretta's fault that concerned about ItMte
the Cubs have a fine Ar ning might do well .to
start toward the secondd division shakewell system to the
for the seventh straight seqon, rice.
But for thq fact that there'l al- -
ways be a Pittsburgh. at least for
another year or two. the Chicago Vet S ays PitChq
Nationals easily could finish lart. e T o C
Cavaretta no doubt has repeat- PHILA DELP IA
edly told Wid Matthews .thit the (NEA) Ira h
Cuba' shrieking need Is a short- caught In five World
stop, where the .bras, has gone you some good re. reo
along with Roy Smalley for a pitchers aren't going
half domn campafu. A capable tancV. ,-.
shortstop would' bring to maturi- "They're throwing too .
tV WrI.gly pitching with tremen- Riving batters too manr-
dona ote run balls" the old
shortstops are as backtop observed. "8aN
h to a uo as the 7-10 sollt rabt ball came In
In bowlng, but the poor relation cauttmiua They seem dk
Browns bought a peach int UI throw apaything good
Hunter last winter from a ter, so are behind
Brooklyn cartel via ItsP ort most 9t the time.
Worth branch. "solpetimes the
When the Bruins wer In the catcher aren'S eeop'a
throes of blowing 20 of 23 names catcher can be a bli be
on the r9ad. and being swept at day a, lot of pitchers
Forbes Field. of all pieces what any advice froga tha
did Personnel Director Matthews fact, seem to resent i W2
do? He paid Mahatma Rickey -.
$100.000. freed 1im of twb 03- BMRTEaI T Ad
ed salaries and gave up six .m
another uta -
obhelr, a catcher: a pitcher a
who no longer can pitch and a the u r ai
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Sen. McCarthy s Free, l I carrying l a'

SHINGTON, June 13 (UP) ask the person involved to-pay More male the staten l 4 New Yorker's name, but e dh po
no douPostmaster General Arthur E. for the ptage after M rth tol the -aoppd by th mail room ctt le he
Sactivities of Sen. Joseph Record speche they mae out workers make a o e th entethe letters contained ter itat a e
Whenm Governoi im,.N t
was nbt 4c.'rwi uni ifaia i,.,,mit "unneoll-
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.cCarthy (R-Wis.) side of the chamber, thus qual- Carthy. If they raised me I entitled: Creeping I aee literally, with te
McCarthy Thursda accused ying them for theenate fold would be worried." im. mbr, who said, "The had t dn
Sen. Herbert ON. June 13man (D-P) ing room processor. nvolvedCarth also said the at. hy said the trial f time" and th
-PN.Y.) of committing a "rather Joseph E. Balasaro, re after McCarthy ton theattacking him was th mI under Tye M ^thheboastt"
gross abuse" of the con the free ssionl of the foldin roongr said copies postage free under the Wisconsin Republican told at.. However, e dt to th
franking p activity ies of Sen. Joseph Record speech t he Lehman speech "creeping f ormer en. Mld Ty wrcai letters contained terpttohy.' tiame sie .

man tried to mail out 100,000 let- McCarthylsm," had not appeared (D-Md.) He said this ma 'Mc0arthy spoke out dibrng 41- 'u;t~hh I te
terms on "creeping McCarthyism" in the record and were rejected as malle If te praised me Ih 30 al bate on l app oprel i -bglll
without postage for foing at government, ex- though Tdng has been otof fo the Post Oce and Treuury mber whofial Panama d padflhviaw 4tlW d teb. ?1
Sen. Herbert H. Lehman (D-Ipense. Leroo man delivered the office two years. depad thatMents. nder which aete alw pltntme"and anht will be
N.Y.) of commitedthing a rather speech E. N ew York in Aril. 'him u would think that steen- -
o nly 18,000 letters andgr the frank- Balding aro said "abuses" of the McCarthy, describing Lehman tors would be a bit .ore cae'l.l cept fo? which u ; inle
ing privilege was not involved frnknthe privilege were not i- as "one of the wealtlest ain o ial Affairses of the frank and then -B l 00s0 'W
e said the post officut 100e tried volvedt- that ase. hadtheenae.," said 10000 eleHers we wouldn't have all thisdefst," _0.00h .d.ldI
to collect from McCarthy last Lehmae charged McCarehy were sent to the psMarch 30 ae un- e,on a n a oa -lld. too ,0 i
year for the free mailing of ad- was trying to "verntimidente" him Tydng has been ou f the Post Ofce ad Treasury te total Pinama alt Rw 4 I l "
vertisements for his book, nd said he will ontiuered to two years. department. under ano o an w
Lehman replied that it was speech In New York In April. Y pu would think that sen A

"Monly 18,000 lerthyism, the Fight for talk out. ad "letmy ewe i t McCarthy, describing Leman would be a bt ca
me gea." not involved fraknown t wide a were nostiue as "on e o the wealthiest In of abesd opertono the rnk nd thl b
Suminerfleld said he knows cy as I eO." ii flaG l"Oy
oth about the case but had The ew- he Senate,"ker also criticized woldnt have all th
ordered his st3ff to dig up the "that group Who would inpoe
facts. When he gets these, he complete conrmty and orthy were sen o he posoffce
said hfe may have omethil ng to doxy." ate" him 01 total
report. The only oth-r senator to join
H14pl ld he believes former in the terrld exchange was inde- Tl .......... 0
Postmaster General Jesse M. pendent. Sen.. Wayne Morse Sal of6odltues .... ( .r fit "
Don oen dropped the McCar- (O re.) He calle Lehlian ',th .
thy tter last October or No- greatest l eral I n ritean pub- 1 A .. t i
e hs lc life o y" tnd "d there wa s ......l.. .. 'p.
The is no penalty attack hd a "and lmplet cn lt. McCarth' .,
to b te of the free mailing thought r a "Co-
pr$lleie. The only recourse is to munlst taint.'" 'r sena....j. n gled)
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Sperclyast Otoer cr NogreasCot of enrit D ...... e
CALLS FOR THE d Depre",o ,... .... ... .,45 M

New FORMFIT"Under-Look" Tmal ............... ..pio e
Sft f mwaibnof the th!r
S lbove the waist the new "Outer-Look" t' -
is soft and rounded, utterly feminine e h
Fo lovelyli s t epart headquarters two days
you the "Under.Look" today nat-onal otes;tl ...uld.ot. f",71 p0i9tr offB KW eKlyudhr'. d .
S 'Outer.look" requires... your comfort to 85 O5pere wt pluisoin of toro u n to 8urtWl
New "Oasdeid umr le w ill Tee ,.,

and freedom, too, Lie Bras fit you for A
Sbust size, cup size, degree of separsion-
oft and roue, utterlyremini Predict Itays .pe i ay .

Fo ,rm O ne-ePaiB g .............%A

you the "Under-Look"todayna were- i.n full cwin to- .otgiher .*&U 'trJune13P artU41 Riio' .
"uterLoo requires..a your comfort to dio.cussanthesdonewVo. -nt-tival the- ,

t general elections, as ndi- r arons *w are ed e
and freedom, tot would try to "oo a- otll was quire Bras fit you for
busi, cup t in site of iee o, deree of separa ion-
tto el abolteseparateurejuvene control over the police y. t age down lb
S p4 eclel of rumor swept the "vic l. At the nicer stores lla

capital .aoon as it became 'eral as ter i e e u n
K,.oa-ednesda' ,. that De kno4wP0,8 A Da C,
O o Chriatian Gaper ter ot tiae, '

erl asid Repbllcans had lastelh ai
cauilced were in7,0l0 votes to- demonthat eaerlu ds. tode ..'tre

/ r' da -the popular .vote, which, ac-r
oardingIn to Italian law, wound The ZIt 48Ah lnt i.tyen w0thou e
a'tqmatla elec have given them Minnd-cervineo M ro twi ofeel
30 ut of 50 seats in the duro g api nndt
Chamber of Deput ry to oI overam t a- pprte a i e

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Itxt bin.l, hit i eapet to Wl t 1.a6. Hm-
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the lines la tbhe gure except eoe.
Here's another clue: The man
aid In hi ,Atrnge dialect:
"TIm B* l rtiaen loud this
A solution appears elsewhere
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Dont Le Tis Problem Drive You IDtt

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SacripUons, Eleanor topped Dorothy by 20. Beat
core was 40 uMisecrlpUona Thla was 28 more than
the bottom tally. Josephine bet
Pearl, whose ore wau just halt
ot asleaor'a. nrom these hints.
detertwman how many subacrip-
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t'6ihh riding, but this bouncing rider can't call on anyone for
help as he tries to stay aboard at a Las Vegas, Nev., rodeo.

The Cougar, which Is a swepf-wing successor to4, the Pt I

& be moved fito action aoon .rthe Korean coast.
Ssuperinor, p6rfoknn to the Ruat MIG.,

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COD SNAP force' these twin lambs Into the arms of rancher/
Pat Patterson. Cdid weather in Helena, Mont., took a toll of
lambs on a neighboring ranch, but these two are D4

CASUAL is the word for shoes and lge
York fpf.'ion show. Nora May shows off t
King F-eatures BUs 40

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was discovered that within a two-week WaI*' l way last week .- thtI
100 PanamA Canal employee had re dhorb t'ns e
tions. Thids time theho
The new score was found to be fly tiInes was provided by ins a g
than average resignations for the apme period lst Rhee, who declarq h ite
year. stuce the United a
Besides those who actually o t eU plunge, it was. resemble the one
reported that hundreds q ready for the de- South Xore wil .
cislve step if the BSenaI betoe n passing legslaa- ed at one stage, till h enemy
tion designed to deprive mloyes of a part of Korea.
their 25 per cent and other benefits. At week's end It looked t if Ra eeI
Meanwhile, it was dli covered also that employes of views so hat but he atb g
the Payroll Branch threatened, to quit en masse after hs people vg .
a job analyst described their positions as "low grade, curlt t iade
mediocre." Sohe te os at ,f
The bqnerio f in
After the personal intervention of comptroller Lindas- friends than with fo s beon
ley H. Noble, things quieted down somewhat when any modern -war sene.. ..
workers were reportedly passlfiled and assured that a After all, the d Statess to
new survey would be made immediately. However, five happiness now from Germany
employes of the 58 U.S.-rate remained steadfast in inearnatidne o all thaitw
their decision to quit. such as the Germans and re
o -- in World War' l can. ha0e e in
A ray of hope that tolls for the Panama Canal dustrious folk they are now reported beli' a 'W.
might be upped, came In the form of a stAtemePt ter b the pragaztd ets @wafto-
Irom a Canal board member, who preferred to remn ed out the -, '
unnamed. Intensive studies which have buen carr,# One-timeW'a fto whate '.
out for the past few months, It was larned, may o hfave done, n v Wst h
result In a recommendation which will determine arm, Is Slowblre aO
wether or not present tolls are adequate. b WiU t In p 0e A
o- verltle S
Fireman and polloemen on the IsthooM. wee, should have title J
practically assured of UI per cent jay inwe' Korean a1 )iBas a tro ue ..b ..
after the Senate uaine4 bBl wheh Sat the Rhee's pointt of v$ew I more u
Houe's original leg ltif 1me 14 to 0 .i .eat. those pointt of view whchb.d ,p
AU that's missing new to make 11.J. M Jaw backing to accompli c the c rhangeh
Is the okay from a conference committee and Ike' cases of Germany, Japan and
signature. All of his life, much of which epeht "- the -'
o hands of Japanese torturers, Rhee hbs fought tr
A three--month investigation of shortages in the free and united Korea.
Margarita Commissary came to a head with the pre- When the Reds made their grab to.
luminary hearing of a local-tate employee held in the whole country Ri hee fought back as
Crist6bal Magistrate's Court. Joseph L. New.pd,. 41. against the Japanese. Some of
was charged with failure to account for public funds democratic ratices were not such
and stands accused of making off with more than themselves to the free world at B -of
$3.000 worth of merchandise from the houseware and while be kept his eye on his one big I -
mechanical equipment sections. and united Korea.
His case was bound over to the District Court for Now, with thousands of his soldlirsi5.
trial after bail was reduced from $5,00 to $500. and his county bled white phy lay:
0 call he finds himself asked o end
A truly great woman visited the Isthmus and will leave th I ed aggr, oIn
brought cheer to Panama's handicapped children. She they were wpen they la U.
is Helen Keller. who lost her sight and hearing at Neither Rhee nor any Souith Koreia
the age of 19 months, and who despite these hand ". with him t struggle '-
caps has written ten books, toured and lectured an be expected to accept h
throughout the United States In an attempt to bring try as a -mportant-e h pa
help and inspiration to unfortunates., strategy plan of the Uni tae
Nor cap tihe chiefs oftfPr
While in PanamA Miss Keller was the guest of the Rhee to influence their
PanamA government. Durin her stay she visited two best for the Vnited States the
of Panama's Schoqls for Blind, arid addressed Pana- with Russia.
mA University students on the potentialities of blind No one consultedthe citizens of
'people. InaneAstwh e not
a- o twhs t be 4 dWth itto 0.1
Coeay shopp isshtmbotbfor ad Moment they '^f
stores remained open uMn I p.a.Pt a f a e4- The peraW 'weeuaes, hoWevet. IA
-iment to determine bow worthwhile 'this ew ered that Cae and LW4 hbW
raetlee is, the fitat might's trial p weed smeaees- aed to "Ithtbrouht t t it
II tY- wasa .
o In the ca of Soat Kote theiA m
The Caribbean Air Command has new commander of an end to tenslan m
In Brig. Gen. Reuben 0. Hood, who took over Brig. the Western world and tWia's
0en. Emil C. Klel's job. Hood Was formerly comman- -.
ant of the Air Command and. Staff School at Maxwell There are today any oe spo .
Air Force Base and has also been stationed In B.nal. feels Immediately bAund to .hl .6 .
as air attache, be expected to coneur In A ,South TAW | S.
0 classified.
Panama Port Captain Efrain Correa ordered confle- Latest feeling is that Rhee will nev rr s
ea&ion of the 1-ton, American-owned Starcrest last threat to carry on fighting. Tist
Tuesday following the capture of the vessel by a ed t he. know.bthe dIhm
detachment of PanamA policemen en May 20 for l- eew o the US ICB thoB Pb f
Jegedly fishing off the coast of Ancon. without a n- po lit. .. .
cense. .. ,th
c nfleatUon of the.t v wlutwed .posito 1;.. t a it
o1 a f o p 0t S.a wt of the Staret the. war. .....
Star and Crescent0 t a-fl.'Califw -..
An appeal has bes to t.In ., .ere .
for the owner .san e,1. 's;ve nW=g
that the u.S. ',.* we
Embassy here for.. f .1$.vrt d, 5 t.eit, a auean
surroundintgthe C. .1A
tolemen who mad e#a I that the timetq
vessel was'o .19t th by Gen To RjaOW
three-mile I QA te te of tkhe capture. Te -
flepe, however, presents the ship's log and ma rly report t t
charts of Papam6 Bay as proof that he I o aMitemg ii l
aeve Inside Panamanlidan iuraltlonal waters,. country uner more '4 -
was nioe the hr-wmle limI whenrit was seded.eGIr6ae dp
S Two ..ays after Panam it radpi. work .
wreath at the grave' oforu V
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There is nothing quite so lonesome
As the whistle of a train
When the night is dark and dreary
And the wind is full of rain.



None are so old and none so young
As sixteen. Fair the land revolves
Upon the day the mjst that clung
To fragrant younger years dissolves.
None are so dumb and none so wise
For most forget what sixteen knows:
The merry truth that fills the sikes
Is lost forever as sixteen goes.

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Who made a marvelous slide;
Won the wame with his run,
But to him it wasn't fun
For he lost a good yard of his HYDE.

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SWhte Rws hoa -a Cromer became senior congress..
i s tM ees a -a- ,on neebt t. tf ep. Mruin Hau .

,dhimati as a pret- l vag s a 5ho enitor, 'Theodorf
M Ifrt AM wa. Mr. IEWi5l ODAm at Dihoie Taland. At U. Smeak!
S acoO Ge a MbeiMM the oldet asa on actte n..
Iwn2 IOe Wla oisomfKt,
anatr Gm hts hrun fonr re-elecros newr.

toayeir. It he sh aA and lve ot his term hT elseomen .. 7an .i n Ame .ican
ant ae=e %M C Catol I the tene
aat_9 but ai senator, Theodo n 1 I..
MWd ame 8 of -A W At W. Senstar

a te.. deIs wWeh Spa Sthe ot aman active s rn..

,sr pusius m og $10.1 bilon
rim or I to i1ben bi for re-election tneL
0s t If ho. 2eftt and lives out his term bwi
ta'wwatStWt A*Oae se oldMt agmuAsn in Americu

tSW u J more s-t by the olate See.

dt redfto age 88. Trpre
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Did know Athat
States Pfrtom
about bananas, ao
ht until seeing the
-ount of plazitaln pl
ord a Panama Liner
e thought lita local

One gqod-, "
,slantain tirades.row hit-
Sie money all gdea: o'
SWhereas banahtas hi
S'ritobol may. original
~Cudor or other forel.
tries, the plantaina are
Visitors to. Darf. b.d. % :,
great quantities ofpaii ar*'
shipped from I toefied even
..iasitors to the ,ya. "
rivers in back coue^':
this a prevaill.R 'ca .
Quite unlike the area at Cris.
tobal is, the Polks River abra
serving Colon shipping. -Y, It i
has its purpose. Many are the
.small coastal towns servedd by .
these small craft in their reg-
Ular voyages along the fringes
of the Caribbean as it laps Pan-
amanian shores.
There are sevearl small ship-
ylards in this section and some
Sof them are reported to -do ex-
'cellent work. The difficulty is
*that, owing to lack of equlpent 't
,iMhich they cannot aiff or to-
"t1y, the workers have to do ,.
niany hard this their harLd"

S,We were told .of one. $18,0009'
overhaull fob which means a lot
Sof work down Folks River way.
In Colon, under' present dy
Conditions, an $18,000 job can-
not be sneezed at in -any busi-
Zest. Folk'VeI ,t
We noticed that right, at- the
brink of the wAier, sonfe of the season Colon needs sometn
squatters here have gardens to with magic wand to conjurf
try and coax a little debstance up. n and Increased business.
from the soil, L O diplomat stationed 'her_

ews, the totel W o ,agto growfe aes ly witl addition' ..:
ters buffet-dinner d nce l homes, settilm ents and de
monthly to step up soaal ag~tl velopmenta until the two citl.S
vity. united as.e ones'
The road across makes Colon That will take some time.
easily accessible to Plflc side ever It does bemme .fat
residents and it is up to the for the tinebeiiiy oulon tretalt a.
.shopkeepers to make prices so her. .I'divid~a character; quito
attractive that it's worthwhile like the capital city, but in
making the trip. .e/ voting partquorl. to' t. ladle
who like and think tt

In drv season, tourists m- the g'opes i u anways-,rbEner I
Yrove the scene, but' in rainy' the other side's yard!" '

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