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>inrc cars ago the French set foot upon this Isthnus,-
ulcated to the proposition that a canpl should be created.. .
- rench failed and the Americans took over. Now we are e"ga
In a great civlU war, testing whether the peoples of that pat
or the peoples of any nation so conceived and so dedleateq
lung endure the "SORDID SOCIALISM" thrust upon the should
e. yellow workers by the self-styled VIP's. The U. 8. A. will
ti. note. nor long remember. what we say here, but it can ne
be forgotten by the uninformed few who signed the two y
a.-tences and started dolig time for Pan Can Co. Therefore
-. for us the living. to be dedicated.here and now to-the enlighte
rnent of those in the U. S. A. who might be walvered and fall ft
to the Lthmian chant and sign he dotted line. We.are hig
resolved that others shall not follow In our footsteps -until
I. 1'mts -slall ha'c a nen hirth~ of freedom and that-Governm
of the people and for the people, shall have been established.
Next Boat Charlie
Answer to Previous Puzz
HORIZONTAL 4 Pei ch
1 Telex ision 5 Night before i
actres..a- .n eent o
1urch 6 Large rI.'lrn c S A
6IShe appears F.skno S o p r
hn -- 8 Speakei -
programs platform u 6 1
11 She is a PSea eagl ^
of New York 10Larrasan
43 Turkic mountain
tribegcen 12 Redacts '.'8 NotIon
Ite ... 13 Former .9 Equal
14 -le sparinly Russian ,ulersIOTermmi .
l5Epos- Eih l18The goas .34-- bt
16o ltish money -20 Biblical appeard46n.'
O1 acOunt mountain many
17 Feminine 21 Number teleVicion
appell ton. 22 And (Latin) programs
1 Body water 23 Hung in -olds 36 Symbol for
-0 eMsed 4 Greek god of .!elhiusin
24I do .e. .. 111at 3 7 Fxtde
231 N t 25 Bird of peat e 38 Charger
1 Ntie of 26 Pre.ge 40 Paid (aU.)
3r Ara. .anif ,
> 9 Entite -
41 Min-ral' ,.. u"
rint s. r
< a'rczen a ,-e.
54 F~I~ ~~nv 'ay.as
5, German ncift
S (omb forir,
, ? Low haunt
S 3 Gen.as of
* ,ullol __
43 tn fail
drip for de te y
couple. 14K gold ,
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Labor News .
3,4 By Victor meedl
If Harry Truman had dropped
In on the old homestead at 1 0
Pennsylvania Ave., he'd have dis-
covered that the new tenant is
also sitting down and personally
writing longhand letters to crit-
ics. Difference Is that the new
all* fellow asLk them to come to din-
I te That's exactly what haPpemed
10 nights ago. President Usen-
hovered had just heard that
John Lewis tried to see hi0 -
ilem but was kept out of the White .
House by "Assistant Prsiadet" -:
Sherman Adams. .
Ike also learned that the coal- r .
diggers' chief was ready to round .*
tp some mine aret senators for-a
blUt at the President. So Mr.
.Eaenholwer pat himself down add
e- wrote nJoh L. a letter ayrlg
he come to dinner.
nl this fashion the Iresident
alan notified mueb of Walt- .
Ian ogen that met of SIenma .
e Adams' days La the WhiWt -
It- House were over sad that
ver the Proldent of the U.S. was
ear ut abiot ed.p with tle Ire
," Crtali Adams' personal gouar
en- ha( rapped around the Chuf
hly Mil Intended for the President
the lae been kep' from him. Imnor-
ent tant visitors have been brushd
senators with special intstons
which. must be acoomolished in
Washington found their appoiat-
Ie ments canceled by Adams with-
out much explanation. Immer-
tant politicos and leading citi-
sent. who were told to put on a
single sheet of paper their rea- "'
sons for wanting to see Ike, never
heard from the White Howue
SCentrssmen camplallnrg a-
bout White H6use failure to vrn-
duce Jobs for special eanstituents
after the election were told by
Adams that: "We will appoint so-
and-o. t- Jucbradeauch a job
...we wl"doe t this way..."
y The :edltof "Wr." In which
President Elsenoe't 'snamePA w I t I tAnk t
woven, stuek,a th ceraw of stay the hUl ou
todde dRepubileaB leaders. sta ,ythehal-
S .. the f et d- ed emani aythmlni
he no longer wimihe a p is o u hn M aeCe
of hia war of fa u Hp gImen ow a ec
of ,to ca.ul, by pe .andwritn har on the-ae
invitations, men .Bo had bea n
snubbed, inaultedac just Ignored. One sees .hat
One of these wat. ohn Lewis. put. ou a liUe of
,When the lamed "old eyebrows" approach to ot
showed through 'he door last of4tm 'urtt,"1
'Moniay night, tePresident he uba is
moe.quickip to 'geet the coal-la weeleni xa j
aggers' chief: ". aI got me a re
Then Mr. -aisenower took shamed of it be<
Lewisl tI* t And saw to It apart from benla
i t.mnM ne., miner was ill I ht w
later said:' faLFaug
and vo dame deo
h. On Avprt from tIM
Steek theo norm the clothe
q .smu ef up* slrts.an* f m it
via 04= 0 Barry fts am. h.bl
After Ike took J There Isn't bu
under the arm aod walked wi ~ orout of, hgl'
him to the Red Room. -But sipper rotue, apd
one word of politics-although There la only on
Lewis, even then, was panni"n hi single breast
to storm about the "effiuvia ,to your dontomf
death" In the mines at a Con* ,
grelonal hearing Wedn s. There is oify
S i'.n" d s was knwnM tUS that la to i
Lewis had a bloc of Benatoc of your hanLd.
r 4ad t toataA Pridesia war and they
shower personally for nomination able and they ar
Tom Lye n a amto.r sof .U. ,woth maybe a
Bureau of Mines. mpagn.
anch on.open battle, t. this t
time would have hurt Mr. pea- Other dy 'i
shower's preostib right scra tmoGehe c tl
world, tor It would have pok- ooA
ed charge tUiathe Pre a of ?am: ke t
the UAL wafs tr g to appont l a gmr N. It's t,
map to this trategle prt who nfd at in tli
ared ]ttUo about Ameda'smin- They sayttat
er sm .
And where di this ToemLyon '
come front? He had been hand- tR
her --.Ia Jeoir seven the In- t h
i lugorair rheoman Adams.
roared .N finally sntt I the emotional st
world r to e the t
sThoen it on hwu,
beourdae m te ate- the
Miana on Tue ..aty
frni steon. A ,-eth
5 /q .
o,. e.,a a lilapat1 :. a l. .j
.dr c ua P wafhes a waaA .
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he didn't blush at wari a-
At emplo. of the Ste ar tia .d
ngWth v e yp who a h:tM
, R *Via1W
: do=ra 1
the famous designer Is going to I wiU l
Smen's ot wear, with .4 frith .ouhldn kd
toning Wgs and a a r
though it w$l be "ml cune in. ngro
Aq.". Anybody bh r t'*t lngiiow if
r ,f,,ad?? -o -,
d 46roy O oat, sad I alam *Anm O
cause ,ooki Bror.asr ft and .'t a
g red, At is a fine "
ear -- abd have,, as g ma 0
Me eaoit le pastures ti
s are ll blue and gray and white
t, one way, a man to get late,. In-eI I
l =t by the u-tton-
iwl%,1 a sate z ppersF .
e way for a coat to be, and that Pinka r. Il A a
ed. er double-breasted, according a ck ia the i l.t
attO. tie when Id aW
I .', ~* werthenl
one uay for ieeves to be and tling atd
.suomnro about the beginning
I Z.bt O1- owned before the Madpa 8 Uap"
l *.are atil cO nfort- the dimes bero am KIa
e WtU g and gray and brown inu .
chak-sat tossed in now and
But I thi;B tellw now tat
te trlfte ?au
-. I ,good enough or run theo ,
S' no t .et you- _. _
-- By "A .-,. rgI".RW:K. r .,
American hbW& e arotdatU Al pml
& fd of
Lly so %uss the Communa ta A. 6
itunorh t l da hof -wAtt:up & the'
nThere was -wore l .- "-
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aved lei a p
Mie b2oe ta o,
a for 8 WUISb.
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L hat oontac
nfke aune their I
SAb.ed thato t -
PHILADRU.PMA, tmune (UP)
-A MUet4olst church leader
said today redial b not mnk"
thinking lans ied in thUee umes.
4"TheM.dMa call for freedom to
think radically to peak radcal-
ly, to work radaM Moto go to the
rootof our tr with the dar-
Ing wisdoofaOChean love and
tender caution of hrltan con-
erna," accordln'g4 the Rev. Dr.
Neu. Pa. 8.rren.
The profeor of phlosophical
theory atVM=eUt un rl-
ty to the -Wor l nielml-
Chur that mae persons "ara
afraid the Method ets have a
Tex.. was ex-
9 later today
U'~ 5-W pwin
Kel sy of Cu-
Btl wf theVI
gJ thuse a~tetiiiBwe
A. Oyril Crzamv.t
" will be
y at the
order the aus-
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I aOn I as an a
B rtrj Vhncent Douglas
Fill 01, which also fll
12t V D'Arcy Wel-
tngton, iao Bkmont, Carol
irearve and hia embo and oth-
l Pl ace W Home
ALANTAM M- St (U)M
- MM@ Cu1aw x-PrMee ad-
aMMe"i yeuhday that the
1ala tr wwhitIhe saw whm
she arrived hrn
four Ci-U.D avM zala ha **hadmased
rb it won't but ONa st-by-9 feet save ia
i a tryt b ar I M Iis"te ea-
- at of. m= fm mu
k ever ent P but f e ft the
"I&WA edta wiheus as -
w w~as d -0wewamOse ean -
a I Pul bw a Wv h L
bpe pntthsr eah
foer d Nro- U s Sam
_7r w Lrfda^^
.1r F .' I
"When Methodists become Ju-
bilantly eyangelal their heart
and'center wfll be not pink but
blood-red, and hat blood will
flow to cover all circles of Meth-
odist responmillity," Dr. Ferre
e sand vangella to the
maua will not work today if it
seeks only escape.
"Today the whole man needs to
be saved and c.ttively fulfilled
-his physical s, his social re-
14VtItO h spiritual states," Dr.
~me he MWalut
AUGUaTA, w. (UP)-Bronsze
salvaged ran the battleship
MIlnite susk at mamnal in 186
has b fa iuhlatd into a me-
moral f1m.-A Maine Amer-
lean nalmn pot a aged for
making af the pltue and pre-
sented It to Gov. burton ML
Cross who haa hang It In the
Dorothy Parker To Be QI
I- O -
WASHINGTON', June 2 (UP)
-Sen. JoMph McCarthy's Inves-
tigators revealed at the
that painter. Rofkwel .
play ht Lillian Hellman an
are a y to bd d&ad
as poM qlbto neea tht78 w:
on ae-tate Department's over-
Chief counsel Roy M. ~Chn
said -the Senate Permanent I-
vesati Un b Lttee Wi av-
Ing "great iU flclty" ]ctlc
some of the witnesses and "t is
obvious they are ducking" his
subpoenas. He did not say who
Cohn said others called f the
three-day hearings. scheduled to
open Wednesday. Include Mrs.
Paul Robeaon, wife of the Negro
inger; writer Richard 0. Boyer,
Cors Lamont, teacher, writer
and philosopher; and Prof. Ed-
win B. Burgum, formerly of New
The subcommittee has been In-
vestigatina the State Department
overseas librarlL.aild charges
and counter-chai \of "book
burning" in Which dent MU-o
enhower and Secretary of State
John Foster Dullee have figured
McCarthy has declined to com-
ment on Mr. senbower's letter
tt the American Library Assocla-
t on warning against "zealots"
who try to keep freedom-loving
people from reading any litera-
ture they choose. In an earlier
speech at Dartmouth College.
Hanover, N.H., the President
said: "Don't Jin the book burn-
The State Department has
been remove la g g
the wake of -
that many "r
thors were rep
1 McCarthy aamft
authors are being cae
a more complete pletat
library program and to
view of some of 'be
whose books have been u
He said the hearbWA9
clear up some of -the''e
over the book bun
Cohn said sbpoenaal
Issued for 23 writers or
and that "more than 150
pected tO actually be pvt
stand. The hearings w
Wednesday, Thursday a
Witnesses- listed an ItM
nesday schedule I
Kent, Burg1um and
Stewart, who was ot iE
Two others named by
being on the litwwre Pj
Wilkerson of the jetferMn
lor BeSocial Sclen in NW
and Anna Roche ter, not *
wise identified. *
branded In worn --
25 (M 60
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4Mth St. N. Beafh
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Silk D bs. from .................. 4H
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Beach Coats, from ................... 35
cottoa and $l& k eggIee, from ...... ..m
2 k rohtwai fromI............,0 1.0
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Jackets, HankrchIes. lowers Costur
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Fine silk nightgowns, from .......
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Captain Sticks With Ship
Crippled Off New Jersey
ALTANTIC CITY, N. J., June pedoed by a Nazi submarine in
29 tUP) A Brazlian sen cap-March, 1942, about five miles off
tain stuck with his crippled Barnegiat light in one of the
freighter off the New Jersey closest approaches of German
coast today while Coast Guard U-boats to the American coast.
rescue vessels searched through The Cultrade is one of a fleetI
heavy log for survivors of a col- of tankers that transports oil
lison tha, killed at least one from Texas to Eastern sEaports.
seaman. The Lolde-Panama sails out
STwenay-elght crewmen who of Rio de Janelro, and was built
hei tne severely-damagegl in 1947 by the Ingalls Shipbuild-
Lolde-Panama had been picked ing Company at Pascagoula,
up by Coast Guard cutters and Miss.
a passmg freighter. One ad-
ditonal crew member ,s" re- co t
ported dead. Scout News
The Lolde-Panama collided last
nignt with a Gulf Oil Co. tan-
ker in a pea-soup'fog fbur miles Senior Scout Troop
southeast of the Barnegat, N. J., Holds Awards Court
lgntship. Senior Scout Troop 11 held a
L.apt. Coaar Frelas' whose court of awards on Friday
5,4uu-ton freighter wa4 at first evening, at the home of Mr.
learea to be sinking notified his and Mrs. Kenneth Vmton of
company's New York kgent five Ancon, with parents and friends
hours alter the collision that he present.
hoped to take the ship into New The program opened with the
Yoik harbor under her own National Anthem played by the
poer. A tugboat was dispatch- troop's own quartet, who are Jo
ed to aid the vessel. 'Ann Euper, Frances Brandl,
At dawn, the Cust Guard re- Janet Stockham, and Janneth
eined a message trom the Vlntmn.
stricken freighter saying "20 The legend of thel trefoil and
re:n" were still aboard. but it a candle-ihght ceremony sym-
dic. not indicate whether the bolizing the girl scout promise
"men" included three officers was presented by Mary Rose and
who originally were known to Phyllis Phillips.
hate stayed aboard. races Brandl, president of
,,o lnjrfes were reported the troop, welcomed the guests.
ai.ung tne crew of the tanker Jo Ann Euper, organized the
GuAirade, which received only quartet, told how it started and
a damaged bok In the collision announced other numbers to be
and was reported not in danger played during the evening
i~.- frelgnmer Airican Endeav- The following badge presenta-
or, whleh ped to the scene tons were made by Mrs. C.
shortly alter the collision, pick- Brandl.
ed up 25 of the Lolde-Panama's Janeth Vinton: Mammal, Out-
crew and was reported en route door cook, reptile and amphib-
to New York. Three other ian, rock and mineral, swimmer,
survivors were taken to Bar- cock, and sewing; Janet Stock-
negat by- Coast Guard vessels. ham: handy woman, home
A Coast Guard cutter was nurse, Interior decorator, and
disppc ed to meet the Afriacn clothing, Frances Brandl: con-
Endeaybr at the entrnace to servation, out-door safety, rock
Ne.v York harbor and take the and mineral, and first aid;
re-oued seamen to a Manhat- Phyllis Phillips: personal health
tan pier to whatever medical pioneer and games.
aL .-alon might be necessary. Hospital aid bars were award-
uest Guard communications ed to Mitzi Siegel and Mary
oi44cers said they were hinder- Rose.
ed in the rescue operation by a A program aid bar was award-
oguage terrier. The Lolde- ed to Alice Hagborg.
iaisna's captain apparently Mrs. Roy Stookbam presented
spok eonly Portuguese. Senior Scout Service emblems
Robert Zumateg, agent in New to Janeth Vinton, to Jo Ann
York of the Lloyd-Brasillero Euper, Frances Branil, and
Shipping Company which owns Janet 8tockhpim.
the crippled ship said tJie cap- The highest award given, a
tain sent him a radiogram at girl scout is the curved. bar.
2 a. m. reporting he expected to These were given to Frances
get .tIb vessel under to continue Brandl, Janet Stockham, and
to Ne'w ork. Phillip. They were psemntedbt'
Tne ship, carrying no cargo, Mrs. Raymond Euper, vice pres-
w., en route when the crash dent of the Canal Zone Giro
Philadelpl)hi whe, the crash Scut Council. This makes i
occurred. total of five curved bars.
Co4at GuOardsmen said. the troop 11, Jo Ann zuper ha
Loide-Panama was fiting at 50 'ece ved her tin 1952, and
degrees a patently sinking lin .
v.hen first sighted her. J "aetg t ,K %L ai '
Later, tl.i1at had been correct- he first cla- bs4.e
ed to abo-it 20 degrees, indicat- mother, Mrs. K. W. Vmtoa,
dInk her pumps were working to will earn .her curved bsr
en'try flood portions of her December.
holds. A certlilcate of appreciatk
Tne OUXrade lowered its own and flowers were peete
lil&boatas'.o aid in the rescue Mrs. Brand by the m ,mbes
opetlaton. her troop. After sng 0Taigla "
Coaft Guard cutters from New movie on tpical animals was
York and New Jersey were sent. shown by Vinton. Mrs. Vkaft'
to the scene to help search for was in charge of refreshments,
survivors, and two planes were assisted by the girls.
dispatched to drop flares over
the rescue area. Perfect Record
The 10,195-ton Gulftrade was GALLATIN, Tun. (U. p--
the second Gulf Oil Co. tanker Ann Canter. 1953 grad 'of
of that name to meet trouble Gallatin High School,- wt -to
in the waters off Barnegat light. school 12 years withounbeing
The first Gultrade was tor- 'absent or tardy.
T. IL V .A.& IL I. a a e
"These people are imy husband's ooqusk, but let's treat'
them just as if they were Imps 1tuAt guests"
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,Daily flights between
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.*, mami ,
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in luuriotu Constellatioms
Paniami Mricaibo 0 awimr
Connection in Maiquetfa to Puerto Rico, Havan., Pprt
of Spain, Barbados, CuraoLs, Lima. New York, and t
all interior points of Veneauela! -
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Offices: Tocn e and No. I I Peri Ayeapl
(Across Rme.m Gamage)
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iY ANTONIO. TB.une 29
.T. ( err o,,_ .. _etay ol culture
SEras ft enspn promised to-
day, after a personal survey o
the effect of a fpur y e ai!4
drought, that the federal govu.
eminent would take "inlaedrifl
action within a matter of hour,
hot days or weeks." '
Bwn~, who flew. aTota Frl-
day, rove out tod fr a look
at condition In L and
racie near Ba .o He
(a similar, 55- at-
e ecretry ~ aid
to3 lhehrs and of m1il
oe cases haven al
raifall since IM. take
I) An appeal to .t* hterstate
Commerce Com l or lower
-- freiht rates for feed movIng in-
to the drought area, and for cat-
tle moving out.
" tell 3 ) mrgency ceydit to help
.permn- livestock men buy 1f to keep
its mat least foundation herds alive.
to nnE $) A stqpned un biying pro-
s"avn tram of meat and low grade cat-
O. Mor te tIn a effort to get lower grade
-era'*- livestOck I con umi=on and
Major out of torage.
Rgart), 4) Cottonseed and other forms
*_ L*5* of emergency feed will be made
ie by Lt available throughout the drought
feemie K A TUValde Countv. Tex.. randher
Abe sur- and banker, J. B. Asft said
eOes sa- conditions brought about bythe
and ex- shortage of rain were wors& i
iment a- utA..t f tfh last da4 dlaloi.
uetor's employes in
e Odte under the
the iSMu of
i-aS, y ofU.S.
La5r, a. co0" of
t tine tmat submitted to WashliNgtoa,' D.C.
e raotorU Approval ft' the Pa na Insur-
a anoe Company wa promptly
eorporated granted thera.
C [eur1matt,'. PrQ-est, T. Ga-
Stthe rF, irst Vice President;
n ever ; ea. A., econd Viee
.e refnt; Eugene C. McGrath.,
rer and James 0. foot,
.097tae .@ad Roberto wota,
rs of the Board of birec-
r1 budi 2AmS
L rginia D.,o,. t, chair-.
i ds or
tt fci er and 7,100.,
of S nloey voted I N
Mi ui. mI~oar a~ vci, .-,
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Panama Cana t waters
BALBOA .^iT e A ,ah WIE
Am.camm.i. "DREAM WIFE"
ihs 8:2 T9 ayd- 'irmMi ld T"e Odiel.cma w
DIABLO HTS. rma m. i f ul C,.S cm m
:15. a .8 "THE TIE OFr VENICE"
a tMhetor .'KuseU-r*,
PEDRO MIGUEL .*
,:0 "ANGEL FACE"
't "mQUEEN FOR A DAY"
MARGARITA ,' C
oil s aTin 'INDIA1JNmUaP6rNG- Comor!
1AS1 A S:l
Donald O'CONlli Debble REYNOiLD
"I LOVE MELVIN"
Tanmlwawl e Tumr *A Qm-m b crumw
o 8 P.M. ONLY *
Utie, I Co gone' t
from the pastures., and water'las
becoming short 'in many are."
SIERIDAN. Wyo. (UP) -This
spring's ski carnival hqre final-
ly 8s cancelled after three
pontDonements because of-too
S oer st eyee eordu shanre
tape or wkis re den Md a
complete fenoeras at
.tOh t, i. Sais' Vibt
4^E!!BESEBSB55E E S'UTE ZX
ZSA USA GOADO, In
S. 3 *tL
"TREASURE OF THE
6:15 -- 8:40
r PROCEEDS AIj ...
|E l^^l. J6 |6O1
BELLA VISTA THEATRE
:0 -. 4 :15 5:5e 7:30 :h ...
I NEWEST QUrTBIKl!... AND MI
AN OUTXPACl SPRElI
BISOTT AND COSTELLO
_ae,_:ji :. 2: s, e:ai l_
IER PASSION DESTROYED
EVMT MAN WHO DARIX
TO LOVE HER!...
KALDMN ^ ^ W
,l ikle i
DRIVE-IN : TRE
Ten nsm... A Wfi and
only a ghost of a chance!
"LAST OF THE
*4 Brodwlek.CRAWFOL -
* Baraers 3AL
at Uli pa.M
P AU. LA "
"A QUEEN IS
2:55 5:49 8:43 p.m.
Narrated in SPANI H!
Plus: Robet Rytya li
"HORIZONS WESt ,
4:09 7:01 9:57 .L
maPrPr m 5Tip ATw* or Im
aw OMIA o.7,OW'"
Q% APVLT.T ONLTI -
Ab m 00=6
nrnano Laamas. in
*t. 3a5 WIDOW"
W fATIfAL DOUBL..
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You Sell em. When You TefM
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Co
No. 4 Tivlu Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and
Paourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
SaM de Belleza Americao
No. U Wst 2th Street
Agescia buterascioal de Puabca
Noa 3 Lottry Plaus Phone 241-1
* P. 'l
- Carltsh qStawi
_. .sm s ...4
FOR SALE .-BIeautiful genuine Chi-
nes Dragon Rugo In perfect con-
dition. 8 x 10, a bargain, two iron
Hflower pot stand*, mahogany center
table, mirror top. Pictures 37th.
St. No. 7. upstairs. Tel. 3-1025.
FOR SALE: '- Complete household
furnishing dmingroom, livingroom
set and misc. 2113-D0, Curundu.
FOR SALE:-Refrigerotor Westing-
house 25 Cycles, good condition.
cheap for cash. Apply "La Postal"
No. 68 Central Ave.
FOR SALE:-Kanmore electric cabi-
net sewing machine with attach-
ments, kitchen storage cob.net. Tel.
FOR SALE:-9 foot porcelain West-
inghouse refrigerator, $100.00. 3
speed, 10 inch. 25 cycle fon. $ 10.-
Quartermaster furniture. House-
hold goods. House 1573-J, Gavilan
" FOR SALE:-Refrigerator 25 Cycle,
$35.00. Washing roachine, Apex.
40.00, 1 fan $6.00. high chair
S$8.00, 2 electric clocks $2.50
each. 5611 -B, Hodges Place.
FOR SALE:-Gross rugs, linoleums,
G. E. Radio, table model; clarinet.
desk and chair, crib and spring.
Call 2-4203, after 5:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Lot 34 x 30. in Bello
Vist. Without intermediate, phone
Colon Red Cross
h Arena Tonight
I. th' National Red
re Colon to-
.m- nM cluded in
Oa: r rloal cowe-
and veterans of the Square
Damce fram Panama who will
match step with thome of the
Clan Troical Cotillion clubw
twtm' artistic numbers
will be presented through the
courtesy of the Copacabana
Nirht Club In Colon.
Admission to the festival in
RUK & lG MF6.,
REPA S INTW.AS
Fir your vacation visit
our Show Room at
Automobile Raw No. 28
Are available for all
Models of Automobiles
Mnd Tracks, Tractors
FOR *ALI: 1949 Buick 4-der
SedI, w-s-w ties, ndi. duty paid.
Pr ealy $1,1 99.00, teellnt an-
ditlem. SImet y MKuinicut S. A.
16th street CatNml Ave., plie
FOR SALE:-195k0. Mlck Spclel 2-
deer Sedeelte, eueellet medme-
iekl condition with dymnlw and
set cover. Smee y Humaleutt S.
A. 16th. It. Central Ave. Plmes
FOR SALE: FIRE TRUCK 1942
Dodge '1 T, John *Bean high
pressure, pump ideal for or-
charld, spraying or irrigation. Phone
1541 Balboa after 3:30 week
FOR SAL.:-1949rd W 2-deoor a-
dam with edie, few b eer a
servicemen. GeIng for 900.00.
Smeot y Hmnnicet S. A. 16th. St.
Control Ave., phene 800 Cole..
FOR SALE-1948 Studeboker Chain-
plan 4 door sedan, $525.00. Qtrs.
572-D or 576E, Curundu Hgts.
Tel. 83-3122. Call after 4:30 p.
FOR SAl.-1949 Chevralet 4-deer.
runs like a elek, goed trme end
radie. Fer eev $1,100.00. Smee
y Hani kut & A. 16th. Seet
Central Ave., gie 800 Cole.
FOR SALS-1947 Dedge Convertile
Coupe. V ry sport, e hos mdio
end ** i *dr. For only $750.00.
Smet y HuViNeltt S. A. 16tc. St.
Central Ave.. phoe 800 Colon.
FOR SALE:-1949 Heudsw 4-der
beadifl.Ilike mew wi ondle end
w-e we tilee. e priced
Smeet y Huiialt &S. A. I ft. St.
Cemral Ave. PFa 800, CoeM.
FOR SALE-1949 Plymouth 4-door
Special Do Luxe, ll extras. Excel-
lent condition. Sacrifice sale. Coll
Corofal or Clayton 2291.
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Cufom
convertible. Fully equipped. Cus-
tomized. $1.390. Call Sgt. Magon,
Albrook 6116, 7:00 to 3-30.
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet, per-
fect mechanical condition, n ew
paint, $1.000 cash. Sr. Viler. el.
3-4650 or 3-3536.
'ANTED: Oldsmobile salesman.
Write Box 75 or call 26 Colon,
ask for Hubert Proto.
POSITION OFFERED: Industrial
firm wshIes hood accountant, sala-
ry to be offered contingent on
qualifications of Indivilual. Bilin-
gual male of wide experience and
best references desired. Reply by
mall to P. 0. Box No. 2074, Pan-
WANTED: English-Spanish stena-
grapher, good eller, rapid typist
No begirmer consIdered. Columbia
Pictures. Eusebio Mprale, Congre-
Profitable commission sales position
for energetic Englsh speaking
young lady. Panama 3.0692.
WANTED:-To find aob for maid
Panamanian, English speaking.
Very god, with small children. Call
2-4203 ofter 5:00 p. m.
WANTED:-To rent, roosonable 3-
bedroom house, preferble In Belle
Vista. American family. Tel. Cu-
e. Veoeri OK
GENEVA, June 29 (UP) -
Geneva voters by an overwhelm-
ingly majority of 17,237 to 7332
votes have rejected a Commun-
Ist-lnltitated proposal to prohi-
It the etablishment of a nu-
ear research laboratory near
The Communlst propo al was
dofetedd In a weekend referen-
dum yesterday and climaxed a
campaln of public discussion,
whether or not the establish-
mont of the laboratory would
prejudice w neutrality.
The eatablhment of the la-
boratory wuas decide dupon lat
year, when ten European gov-
emnent., Including the Swis
federal council, agreed to found
a common laboratory which
would sre only peaceful pur-
AT~~3LMas (UP) A new
RwIth 12 legs has
bee here to New Xnag
IndSi Am11 2 -pound
j~ehn 01119iMW I
.s. ...f a.l -
ail Atoeg. O. 3.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue "K" Street. Corner
telephone 2-3479. Panama.
AM RICAN HOUS1WIVIS
We procure best maids because w
register applicants for Identification,
verify references and require health
certiflcqte, "C I P SRVICS." 2nd
hoor, Belle Vista Theatre. Phone
To MIAMI & NEW YORK via ARE
Boo 4-enine pllne. Ons-wal
to Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip
$126.00. One-way to New York
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. So
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE
SPECIAL CURIQNS via LACSA
PANAMA-M ICO one way $8:
round trip $135 (15 day limit)
$165, good one year; to LO!
ANGELES one way, $159.25 round
trip $268.64 (90 day limit. Pan
oama Dispatch Servca 36 Avenidi
Nacionoa (Automobile Row). Tel
FOR SALE:-Goldfish, tropical fishes.
aquarium supplies, love birds.
Acuarlo Tropical. 55 Via Espato.
Tel. 3-541 1. 1
FOR SALE:-Minature Schouzer pup-
py, age 5 months. AKC registered.
Coco Solo 450.
FOR SALE:-I set new U. S. Royal
tires 15 ea.) 7.10 x 15. No. 644
Lion Hill Rd. Balboa Heights. Phone
FOR SALE.-FIIAEEWORKS. Amc
Supply Co., 14 "J" St., Poanama.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS lTRUCTURn II FOR tAL
Sealed bide, for opening In public,
will be received until 10:30 A. M..
July .17. 1953, In the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses. Sol-
boo, for seven quarters buildings,
consisting of one lot of 3 locoted in
Now Cristobal, and two'lot! of 2 each
located In Gat6n. Form of propo el
with full particulars may be secured
in the offices pf Superintendent of
Storehouses, ..5mg Mqnaer at
SiobssfCas srme of
for cortfgeaer duplex.
boo 1t830 or 3146.
FOR SALE:-1950 Nosh 4 door so-
dan with radio, beater, oeleint
fires. First $00.00 talw. con be
financed. Also 3 speed fan, 9 cu.
ft. Westinghouse refrigerator, au-
tomatic ironer, G. E. table .rodio,
oil 25 cycle!, household furniture
including steel chest, bedside
tables. Covered couch with'large
cushions and two pair matching
drapes. 5964-C, Smith Place, Dia-
blo, telephone 2-4362.
Clark' To Reds:
(o ied m eui-apage O.-
their ecape," Clark's letter said.
A Unitd Natlon announce.
meMt aaid tli chief U. N. .liaion
officer calld for reumpton
"without delay" of staf level
meeUtings l administr-
tive detal sor.the sin of
the arnlmI ae. s
1u Riieqtdw tathe it-
is y a eitod a-
ed l b adAnt.. -
4om.rfinas t l pum
on th le m l 4Wh n
ro eit U ofer.t-
'osaid after a Sunday
seelon Rwhee that he was
coanfdgnt could hmnmen
out an 0' dement aimed at
Clearing way to a quik
a" 66mi, hwewe, atta*-
hold out and the
drees wtatr tb pe pt. f
compromise o 3ee pVp. l
for a military a SMa"nb tOe
United Wtates Bad a three-
A South Korean uovqrut
Vera a e" wod Met
hold out ln4eflnltuly far the
presed"- by uelkeil* V iam
.-Box 4 !35
.* 3-187 to
riii onages. One unit.
S Clra. Phone elboo 2.
relax Smnto Chre '
MtIL'S furnishd on(Ll$
Pn flboa 1389.
:-Hous in tof Clar,
w o-k or motth. CaN
T four room fumnsed end
unWM apartment V priat ar-
6Mm a 1rdens. 806. Qth Srbt,
M. WCrstol. Telephon Colon
FAW :-Fumwhed aprtmintI
odrm livlng-diningrom, W*
and irae. 43 St. Mexco Ave.
FOR ENT:-In Bell ViV modern
wMs(nlehed two bedroom aport-
ment witn hot water connection
garage and maid's room. Informs-
flop Rhone afternoon. 3-.698. .
FOR, RINT:--Cool nio furnihod
anr bedmeom apartment: telephone
lf. i erd, Midentmlametio. Call
2>g35. 8-0 to r0-00 a. m.
FORiENT: -2,bedrom apartment,
.Jlidpm dininglm1, kitchen
n i Frfondcio. r' informQti n
f bCl&fbon 1464.
FOR RENT:-Ney furnished two-
Mod rmm apartment for a o o
ftw couple Gdral CorrNqula
642. San Franc(co Tel. 3-441;
FOR RENT. -Fumiehed aprtmei
tar twoe ouwp Also furnMed
rmom. 1putIlfut mwkldentio etit.
FOR RENT.-CI a reOWr-
owh.4 9b .
FOR IW om,
an v .. ,,mpeteA 4. .of y
Avenue I 21, Apt. s; oppee
FOR RENT.*-FiQniitd coal r.roi,
one or too entipen.A Jurte AMr
with meols or only breakfat, Ju-
to Arc-ene No, 57;
COt L-c F~ih9
r. nw Fl~.i -
IN W )
-WIgK ~P lO)-
The wofod le o, lerk
He got as fuoras the ewo
but he wa refe sitar
ltg sudelz iby iaiXing
year-old daughter haJk -
eldub Xsdtifmme 6a'ttoup
fane deatet ..nil^
The MB ti it drf
charge of ottu. wibowaf-r
resd Friday. Sm ?
turned to New.U& tejde
pzoieCutWo beBui. 7re hi
com~pofnyito olW&d a*^nbeNt
the roderal Dmpiit B asuae
. ".. ^ ~. .,.
A' : ob~le Raw.
-4 1 6'
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r ",.T *
LI tICK ~-"
FOR SALE: '49 Buiek 4 Door
Reed Maeter, DreflJew radio, W
ten, new paint, $1,3 .00. 'Duty
.3 1*A jK'
.;. '- ,* *w
,.. .. V .. ,.
w w ..V .
oeandpi -e out.
FOR SALE: -
o50 ram.4 doorte kN Ut Cawm
mew tir .. $7 .-0.
T QJ-~^ *\.*
S Pais hw~J
S -.j -
FOR SAlW .f.l
wlii~Mtodd o pring ligh
ame Ind ens sw .
w oIn "urH
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lit ,01u9- 4, 4, 12
Ph". I_*.E,^ io. B-I, 1
S*0. )'S .mm'. :
;AMO WN; 40-1 4 .d
.e an h-isr Okie 14 c-
' thoCAgMfm h wSo l t bBw repre-
v isther .Bufft 126-.
poIoMar to a. round
Gibraa Powells, ion
low iTs 1wight
4 A. w
'Va G tio( SitW t rl
8 S. Llow .
-a ',s uasama week o..a
2 34 ,1 sa%
Off $4S .Po
iBth seMnd 'n o n odefet t'o
he a tn jh d ie dir e
5 ; n t it as .p. b ." o
we S eis si*se R tUh
,a got no
ulght w Ul be their ond iB-e t O f the a.s
.., hands ot. aal
*Difflir went on a seat"
"Frti al s t htw '
| ,qAlp g a .,-nR& _,abi,
~j I I,
-xJ ti; I"---'
Harry "Buffy" Bmaith ot
reooklrn filly arrived on th
Isthmus for his ten-round bOut
with Panama Featherwelgt
Champion Federico Plummer.
The .fight, originally A d
lrot Jut 28, has been il
for aturd; July C at the
Macarena bullring In San
tancIsco de la Caleta.
Smith arrived at Tocumen
airport early this morning ac-
sompanl.d by Sammy eheer.
eOdge Shepherd, Sa'sman-
e, d not. make t. _trip and
eer il act as Smith's man-
The. 3-year-old baxer, win-
at the Pa"" W6e" *
Will WK --Io --t.z.t._,t V
4 A i s i's record a o
she-ws three d andw two
ShPuner, meanwhe ge, eady
to fight topnght. He os.4 top
"o c to .o 0 ,,ms _- mI '
a entered wto prede a^ iy
such excellent sa-pfe h and-
lers are ionting toward 'a
knockot v tiory. .
most ,L* to. C SouthJ America. U
he Is succesful Satt- n .
The 136-pound Urit .for 1-F
bout will Q= Plmn.r to be
at his beSt bIaus N w llt not
have to par ff' an weIgh
erdy" hI with authority
when at full strength.
Local fight experts bave not
ev votared anto predict
t ge 6ug sonic6 otse.
However, aecrding to his
ratti HargWill l"e a tlaeh
a ~slw pp ebr# s ht
o9m Mak* l6y his fort
K. 0. victim.
being promotdby Jose U Lt
torre will be bCtwq on
CumMbebath..lid Rodolfo Am-
Suh at a Weigt lt o10tf 120
Sounds ver ,lt roan .
k A-- sound. between 13,-
Y dss ,rawlsufdn
Miller complete th program.
I Women's satmfalI
N o' T Jun -
s(UP) Bew Rau of fr
S ., .. n the Wmn's
in% r2 ,h e a6Oer-om U, B.aws
11 Ignored haft M AM
5 Rochester course four strokes
Z =dr i ,- w= -;4 on the first
3 on theoe-
W M.. W, Jkie yeseay, gI
u K byt stroMMbebha& UsM e
6 r 1Okde tot I
% Iover par .7 tle Th cruny.
1&trnsplanted Hawaiian house-
* wife- pl~te~d .p JAwk*6 check
for soeaod plact.
4 Miss awlS aung
rP had 4etthet e M rex-
it h U' r B rdy1 with
The Me onIS w pre-
Hsad%,wjn title in
CUM XM This Is the
L tbI Golf Aaocla-
Ss I71 yestuday, W AiS
Do you wish to SELL your CAR
Do you wish to BUY a CAR
wish to EXCHANGE your CAR
lor a Iter Model
Do you wish to EXOCANGE your CAR
for a cheaper Mot
Do you wish to CLE yourseN ftem
uose fias.ial eatainlgment
sno as: bigh me.thly
psaydms or overdue aO s.
* 5"1" -
~. W2-I t- 84r-;
King's Prize Scores
Track's Stars In
Carlos Albert, Duque's ex- top jockey with three vice
pnasve English-bred four-year- soo abase ManaM inug
d bay horse by Big Game- Pn and Valley Rver.
steady Aim yesterday finally The dividends:
lived up his advance presa cllp-
pings and raced to a Impres-. FPIT RACE
ive half-lbngth victory over -MandinS $83.f, 3, 220
utuels cholee Gdyonder in the 2-Duque $3J0,
750 featured "special race" at 3-VIllarl $320
the Juan Franco Race Track. uEC0 acw u
outn Anted by Quoe V -Ut. $7., 3.60,
.-Vo,,,lo i .to, 2.6.
kept 1pc pursuit hofee Ihe 3a- 1On 25.
te' tO backstretch where he S'e.ble (Man g.. -. S
Ort -lo lde then reglne e -- --
Va4 there furlong fran ham:e m
ond had plenty left wheir 00- ,_ T RmS .M R .A
ponder came sweeping around I-Cosa Linda$1.,2.60
the field two furlongs out. -
Goyonder entered the home- Car.) 5'. lU-.---
itretch aloa5de King's Prl.e FO 3 3, C
amnd d r a cdp mcentlariy el, A,,..,,,...." ,, 2.
fe Kg sI prize,* Which car-1 ." ,- C2. 1' 0
fled 108 --"-d ass Oampred 2-Verane. .. ', 2..
th fLalr t drew out a- 3 .orat. rh 3.A
gain and held a half-lengthe d 2ahl : (,-mee- .-
margin to the finish l. 'ag's ra"" s) $1L
Prize paid. F rm to, RoACKays F .
bet straight payoff. i--eOiso $D, 38, -.S
Orlando Castlo ve. Kin -OkIasa $2.S 2".
Prize a perfect ride ompt Ome :- n -A CN -
an excellent weekend Ia the, 1to .. ..
saddle. Castillo aleo m cored a- $Ve"7aD D* p.60. 3.t- i
board Yosipongo yesterday If 2%so
bla only Other outtg. Saturdasy c o 2.20 ,
Caatillo also won. two tfa two 1- old Pn 4A, .
with Legal Frolic and Mirmar. I-Nwtslgh o $4.0, 3 2,*
Bravo, however. uw the day's 2-Del S 2.20
,3--- Tme IM2i
NeeeDsDble: (Vain 3su1q1
EIG M RACE
I-Pin Pon SM..4.20, S3i.
2--Newmlnster 1.0, 4.810
3-Rome Hip 87.40
Qoluiela: (Fin Oe 41b
Quer~mL rW0 0e0,I 1-Valey River teo,4. 4.1
first base bae tter lve 2-Tota $54U% I.
long fly ball tb left center field. 3-Vamulre- *188
The nrler rounds second One-T1: (Valley lver-ILe-
Mae, goes "halway to third, tame) 460.
The center fielder makesa TE H RAC
great catch ind a quick re- I-Klng's Priw $e B1 ..
tMrn to the bIfleld. Before the -QoyoiaMer (4.60, 20
robber" can get back to'scond 3-Main Road $2320
bae the shortstop takes the LEVENT RLACE
relay and. teps op t# bag. Is I-Golden Fan $08, 2.40
the runm*r out? -Seve Jack- 2-uada P $4A40, S
son. 3-Calongo $2.20
Answer: The runner Is nBl
O U549 wti u I ba meen
Bwt4h the" ,a,
Q. HowR many bases 'did Joe
D uo steal during Ils ma-
jor leKgue career?-Al Webb.
A. Thirty in 13 seasons.
Q. Sjow many years have
.itohers been throwing the
ixcJU. bU?-Jlm QtCbs.
Qb When. 1s t-heSaci2fc-
flft a mlihaed?-Bob Mar-
A. It waent sueatefhea At.
of the eeerd bek. ain 1m1,
Q. WsM Itt Ubs ninth i-
n=a 1 l which Drowav Cleve-
S Ale. mderc mef In to
strike qt T.ony L eri with
the in the 1326
WorldeS 4? .-Td Duane.
A. 1 wms the senth in2ng.
LONG T3M nWUm
shTTIL. OaM) Wash-.
Inton'D Boe Boubmfg* bedng
named by-lon Hi s sAthletic
Foundationua the ao tege bas-
ketball plAyer of M153 was the
first time a Pacific Coast Con-
ference player copped the award
since stanford's Hank Lulsetti
won it in 1938.
(ma a Thb
GOLF Coi,- MMart
Stewart of Camda
w ia cup after de
P na Oarvey of. It
7 and 6, in the 326-hole :
of the British Women's (
Golf tourney at Porthi
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Man Hanged? u u a 11StiN -f
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LONDON, June 29- (UP) The .. L WA M, "Im-- wi J.
weekly newspaper "Reynoldst "Ltthprop&enomdew Wtiat ij the sna fe AbHuauu l I- S .wr
News" frontpatgd a sensational: r t p llet .
report today that Timothy Ev- Ool Waited ff
ans. who was hanged three years TWENT -EIGT, EAL PANAMA, P. K k, 193 to mae the
ago. on the eve of his execution day-4md tltoe.
charged that John Reginald The Varkersar Ir.a y
Chriatie had murdered Evans' dow 4weeklypMyUtal
wife and child and threatened to lnext move IsIw-4to the
kill him if he talked. 0 ig Ih F r M in Istets o
Evans was tried and condemn- III "" f
ed to death for the murder of his
Infant daughter Geraldine In to thm to b
January 1910. ,
The bodIes ft his wife.Besyl cen
am" baby-Ilwen. found In No-
etsae:bwTo Replace Bermuda Meeating
wash hose at'the san ad- ,.4
dres as Christie. Both had ___ epeuUZOU 9
Sbeen tran tled. bothLONDON, June 29 (UP) -Con- Bat it was learned that the doa uncedthIat LArd Cher- agr
Christie was sentenced to sultations are under way for an admalrtm was Ba u w4 has supervisor author-
death last week for the murder early meeting o the foreign mn- a top-level Amweican delega. ity 'atoil research Maon %
of bhis wife. istera of Britain, France and the tim of diplomatle, alghiry, ad5 r uw would De artit. we w ould
In his evidence he admitted United States in place of the aml 'atomie advle, p to ti e y3 Chv dak of tuatB our 4wr.- dondd
killing six other women includ- Bermuda conference Postponed Presidn "he n itThefdlo ero- *a dlpmaori o.rts ex. encT a_ .alwlo rdio hIvhl, i*t r h BS Bi p
Inx Beryl Evans who, he said, e by the illnem of Prime Minister poed delegation marked a belief the postponement break up ia 1 l g." -n. md
strangled. Sir Winston Churchill. change il emalerphlam te data possible ensuing four- a .
.Reynolds News said Evans The announcement was made enly a "very few" admers.' pear, Taft Sen. Wat. -.ler t
made a statement I the deathby actingprime ministerftichard The tentative ine-up before clear a parley also said ti Off
cell and that people who heard AButler Ln the HouA of Com- the postponement anno mt wwthe Russians wouldn't ac noti m.d alM. d _-er "It to
the statement wiltbe called in by mons. today. Included Secretary of State Jotm tM usan now woal be much better et tn beer.
Scotland Yard for interview. Meanwhile Churchill reluctant- Poster Dulles and at least for doop theme will om Wth the Brith W RI.t F i h
They quoted Evans a say. lyg: relaxed in the sun at his, cou- f histop aides; Defense See m- by agreement on an As- the H
eyquoted Evans a saying: try home while British official- tary Charles E.Wilson, and Lwla 1tarea treatyIt will be natoo in I Is t..-'IOHs
"I have made a me of domr shelved all hopes for a Big trauss, newly-nominated mem- ea that something could Shortly before the postpone-n a M
t"I sh h avmade m oall Four meeting with Russia this ber and future chairman of the ecmpllabedH," he sald. ment wM an. Jo-
thbefre. Ihold have sad allwh sunimmer. Atomic Energy Conmmasson. "ut unless we knew In ad- sep R. Mcarthy W) "). -
miereod mytie as ndh h Members of Chuerhil' feam- Strauss was added after Lon- vance that It was pofiable to tribute iep s of his l.n,. 5 Z1
ietordmy wiand i ly reported that he was up and prepared for wVeekly new t who
Solf I ham t.ld.the truth at he expected to "be around forthe do- aat ar
he"ldanthngWo"the to oner tm tke it fty for a t al TT- I -,a w'lol temae t -lt eite
Otrrnewspapersheren tofh-Start Taking Their Toll e"
a&s, posed the question--can an chili's officials duties oa a man the test So l
Innocent man be hanged In 78 years old. But they expectedd ho-IhWd
ons Chrst his phenomenal buoyancy to as- CHICAGO June 29 (UP) -The t a" d hiD and e at Dead 'Thep ls. ,, .m
Cnaenting on Christle's evi- rt itself andwin the day. SForth of aujy wAu e N aas
felie the predominant sugges- Churchill had a few personal away today, but fireworks a'. 14, d the cous, hotels. witha Sl It 300 5s
tioris. that there may have been friends In to lunch yesterday, a- allies were moumtIng ready. r rroas
a adscarriage of justice In the mong them Lord Beaverbrook. An lohlon at a I.et fire to hi h hotels .
tletrial. Lord Moran, his personal phy- Mo., killed two sda ftou sa d t lbusolt to
i ser4 p t t 'ips' vIated Churchill. and g rl and f rework were blamed id#M .t louta.y hS i V WN
sI to]*.&70eleOffice In- droves of Sunday tourists stream- for altagdyg. MMwtftr
Sreal r was Christie-the Couriers came from No. 10 himself, b bi', %lea 'adg p
rmnrtant state V s ers for Chur- Ireworks also destroyed ix the od mi '' held. e --
eimes rs 1 L to read during the "cor- amenob Chlco warhoumsea and 't& a~ ofa' feA .Th "U1
R..... f 3,,0% ., ... .. .epea~~bot pen to flame it a "gentle v, to ,, ,, c .
r i, 3%i ,,lne wsit m We Un werew urt Iand ig honsg were Ifonmdf 7'nf thb ,wthe-
itelf felt In iternatinal af" ed bya sblalt at the W M-atSfe;t the i cI
Labor Force ,i. ,A meeting* wi*thBtd <.., worK co.C M Fart sanss
leaders. wbeh Churchill Worth. Te. Othremployee and ste s
W AUlGOTC, June 21 (Up) deter1ned to mee Inh the est. oe ul e3 dashed
1 government reported pe ed Bem"da to^ lksm e At' Kelthaburg. Josenh er, a af t io
rtb59 we ,11 .1,0 women In er ipearefeasMe befr tI 67, ew into a "ii whrC three nw atr s o iS
the. bor f -ae in May. nearly 30 t the esrleht. The re w as children Ignored 'e potests add the Mgliw i-e .- W t. 7W.
cent the rkng popula- debt a sebh peys would set off firecrackers near his rff mas ghlyb eixplalv
on. be heldat-all. home. fire"01 for dh :
Informants s a d it would be He seized a gun when they Two f remen were A -.
A new surveybyr he Labor De-neceary to deal with the mrt flightnl. the blae- I-'
partsmet Womenas Bumeau show- ore5,.dni assu? through dinlo- others were overome b smoke. -
edS.00.00 women were employ- matS Ichannels. without waiting At Cantoa, I eusmIn .* .
bedau i er work their chllef for the Bermuda conterenbe. H U h miP foodestore n, a _ident of a
not enter the labor force In I Moow fe leve LONDON, une 29 (UP ?there is "o swu h as safe ori,-
M large numbers i usual this said RThr ia mndo ubedlt wil- An lvemnturo Ban Fancls- freworks." ^
-h' h earned poetpoMlomret Of the co watchmaker who eflew a n- Deaeboi eaid the smt*e- Hl-Wml.liw t l.t
rhad fa Jobe.da cnfn neeo w h r that he has benedinAdd plane ,ross the d opo all mwW
*eTheieay.totalawasabout e 4a0i0 Un Spa. anddamage. 3reworft 48 f illegal a
th less than a year ago. mainly nd his foreign s retary.l ocean to e hCanton family w
becauseMan women normally thony Eden, I disabled. greeL t bNedy.sDearborn .deldent of
Tgne government orgn av- ho gno his feat and said: aa olsaid eth a
'n r the tIn No unlst oran Pravders etrLONDON, Jyou're 29 (much too t)at." e lae "no ashd. as safe rnr
hil' sn .the s iforaad atartha air- ai.- -"
a la mrsa h said Roaid Pndoebtedlywel- An adventurous San Francis- firewo .
seas. rnmed postponement f er c o watch SOpwho fle w a Ai ea a s coun- first
PWat evae then e irdeoo h eale ed d o-dSa s thee fhthpebornsai e a ste f .
itel differences n between rhon tited plane and embrace 'sIf a a r i t M love th'e e Aij i
a. the Comm t orn Prem i the eter, you're much too fat luc- chlde ths e r de d damage
and oepper bears dubiksed wity -r nd Ls
nut comment a word dis tch 2-Peter Gondckmann brought h a only oweye PON 'Ae a
oThe r IIn welomed n Chur- d land Laid repilane du theJl
hFni unez evtnn for a el tn le vel cthie 2a" la I tind s danofg : 01 01
-nd a with pl vireiateeet b-als. lyPter, yuel mucd lttoo. fat a t S.. A at -
r IeS shrewdness andtpolitceal ThensAbo so aE6*- ck.srvey edBvtw W as 1 f] I and
rels sis h aned omet f iregputh aBladloi R a, nl We.- 4 -..r
f -ore al for t he B ermla con- mouchO,, a. na ,s a lg. Nt Nation s ,1 P6. ed -
Sference were announced. at San Francisco last June 5. He
Rven later the oviet inreoitravele worsethe States and
t : ttro asu to no y Strolls wn Fi Aenue
l ersovIe' reaction to te Perm,- He landed at Renhrew, Scot----
*alPovlet mr. rerlor*-d. m a tosidaol Fr S T_ a.-r
at bvbet em by et~a ever to make a trans-Atlantic orke we oI.
SGtOlckaun. said he plans to da
mol many m.bers of Cm... due back a th ob l3. "
iwr,,s.Prank reli 'ant ex -.res. said he waned totake .- -
hv sone, tmwredr by r.zeta masn-trn amlto Mt
t-, t It was C~huarbsItr inese ]e.
Ts-ft mid he "never "elt very mother fr a flight but irs. +.
the tbhre-uower meeting and CA.he ..
S-**,that. "tm 'vie'pment in not o se i n, .- ..--ri
"-"t"t un be." ptty -
R+"" .w members af the "en- to 1 IDmll" A A1* Ut b;"..
-'us... *nd of th, X'venn. wur. They Timag', lung U ned to
"",m eman .._.- h ye nwt ,**s Ii orm ed .fr a me- naw d, n _
* .: ". .' *"ida to be comidered at .. l -a lwO
Bermuda. -4^p. 12:36a. '-hinp1^^H
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