The Panama American


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


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


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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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i tUby are better or will
c-ae mUtle5s before us
si Elsenhower told a
5 cofernce Wednesday It
'-iu not true" Rusga had
ced the airpower lead from

Talbett oxgnrese asitfas-
tic with praduti ot the
Aarlean B3-*. But he was in-
Odtlnke aboUt wtAibe Russ ia

ut the air than the AirI ore
eno B-].-

He said the Air Force does not
inow for sure, "but we don't
think so."
TWining said he thought the
Unit states "could p t as
may." of the big planes In the
alt as Russia.

The Sex Case
That Ain't-At
Least Not Yet

Attaches in Crintbal Magis-
trate's Court were puzzled yes-
terday morning when a I a r ge
crowd gathered on the aspcta-
tWrs', benches to witness the trial
of Wme'dull traffic case.
In the afternoon the court-
room was packed.
Spectators said they had come
in the hope of hearing the trial
of a sex charge against two
masid4fto worked la Cco So-
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John B. Seybold today, winners of the Armed Forces Dy "Generals and Admirals For A Day"
essay contest, sponsored by the Veterans of For eign;Wasis in cooperation with the United States
Armed Forces met with Governor as they began an extensive day-long tour of military instal-
lations. Next stop in their busy tour was the offices of the Commander-in-Chief, Caribbean
Command, Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison, at Quarry Heights, where those young honorary ap-
pointees as Generals and Admirals received especially prepared "Commissions" and caps denot-
ing their temporary command position. Shown with Seybold before the Panama Canal Admin-
istration Building are: Air Force Generals Thomas Arnold, of Curundu and Emily Sink of Al-
brook Air Force.Base; Navy Admirals Betty Davis of Coco Solito and William Weigle, of Mar-
garita; and Army Generals Thomas G. Ashton,of Balboa, and Kathleen Fields of Fort Amador.
(Official USAF photo)

France Rushing Troops To East German Head

Canal Limits

Shots To Kids

Aged 5 To 9

Oh the recommendation the
United States Public Health
Service the current Salk anti-
pollb vaccine program In the Ca-
nal Zone will be limited to chil-
drea five to nine years old, in-
clusive, it was announced yes.
terday at Balboa Heights.,
commendation from Washlngtn
Thursday afternoon, Cana o
Government Health official
stated that for the present the
accine will be administered to
eive to nine age group only,
except If requested by the par-
ent or guardian second Inocu-
lation will be given as previously
scheduled to all children who al-
ready have received the first in-
The vaccine program, utilizing
approved Parke-Davis Wpment
of vaccine received by ti canal
Zone, thus will be lmted to
those children from five to nine
who are departing for the Unit-
ed States.
The vaccine being administer-
ed at Gorgas and Coco Solo Hos-
pitals by Health Bureau officials
is the approved shipment receiv-
ed by the Canal Zone from the
Parke-Davis Company.

US Anny Invites

S-eek To

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WASHINGTON, May 20 (UP) Top executives
the National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis met k"
special session here today to try to devise some way to eus
the confusion in the government's handling of the national
polio vaccination program.
At the some time, Dr. Jonas E. Salk and other
polio experts gathered at the National Institutes of Healt"
to tackle the problem of dosage whether shots can he
made smaller, administered another way, and timed dif.
The two conferences got underway amid indications
it will be mnxt week or later before the government reap"
proves and releases any more vaccine for use in inocula,
tions. .

Officials said the present plan
is to hold up any releases until
public health experts complete
their plant by plant check of
vaccine stocks and manufactur-
ing processes and officials can
review the whole Vaccine situa-
tion next week.
The top foundation officials
slipped Quietly Into Washington
late yesterday and conferred In-
to the night.

But it said the 23 cases and T7
cases among Inoulated
"hay ebeen ed to be role.
uvely severe."...
The Health Service said ani
overall total of Iu5 new polo
cases were reported In the naetw
last week.

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Ior r] =adthelr ca efort mil Sar commanders m er Jto twohl PRAMFUOR' jy. to *
v es a "oth, arOd ho InoBi0s terday a. eat today o ra (1 ~ --The U.a Lay tiso deal w.
Scovar 14,7t 1w;? Alge for he piedr and p Ne Ne tre ty of a i Germans tcommemo.- c e ad i *geg lf
12- h e re rves are being LSov t and itsh a te their new ro s as defense plaga t the, whole
e Or0 t a $4Balboa intttas Akra cb wir ote -raa i speoh before to 1 enemy l t Foarc The .I ee Servie .he e
rorm W p --ce ou-I- Dr, cer*,.n yob.e "i's_ h he Sov"t weapons on re Forces yeJ..terda y _e e 25 _.e.,sl-nB .-the
ovehoreStag Nightandreserve chamber, er house P aorlia- s weapons onyes to rc ayt rep CtW2dcatSers ve
th auto Styae a. .e0 ,S S ont- .,.e.conferret with mdltarw ... t ,ortheatI..

woupl.d-be enow. mes ,d ne .he events that the total of the torees eng.. NwnrO wsme Tteru was no doubt the arch wits Ar.can.s, shot -. ,,.,,,.r Sena.ubb.rbopeanneat rmnl. "_a-.rom._,e
bppheaUin 8 an the mn ete, n he nw o e rha nd civilian leaders f terh r -r a tla l enivsh eafo o as er iiet rhel pan mG ste wn wre ay holiday te m- o Poe ain the fa ili e of chIldre aot
gem .an and tos th pe-plem."ffairsnare to w agaisionst on state or ae at

eap,.t- et o rnathe wi tta e a mie Edgar Faure and his ca- ered ae to the colors.of st and to ri sinde d uarmIned tho been noul ted ithac"ponme doubttclae brinto

Aatione WiA c th eeod a iln orfde e and ur mew smThere was no doubt the rubber. Oien th eir g atestoo .on to the wCalif. d
old. Dicyat rs oto steOn dr' u.ffae snfbe, a srd bn t of armed o e over here s No rth n Ig ax, votN g U.S. Negro Ea-sta .ermany spgned.te rea- Dura.nd theewlra derItdrnws,,weekly,, ,ep national d e o sath
trdiloe the ho u lo ne "Sta N ht rom France. el over hal eustrator and newspaperman, aliane ut the proto vols set. m w: olofe...reeingC.... oi" her..
tHoies iretseal t a..te. The pln fowl r vS1 be tA fn t were r of the moe ths ornin pa s lecture a e N unnimo om e biggest dplay of military communicable diseases that 11 ofnetl bn anda
puom inorth eb tes a t0ightn a nd the fires government orde tona d nvrm~t on rg Grotwohl said NATO In comight s in ce World War nd- the victims were adult and that eoua .
sootl o 1r heScit reterrd io Bal ba.s 14 in thefrtc home tenregulari. infantry battalion ,trast to the eolWarsaw pact was an ed just 10 years a ia p- and the one died.n dirc con ous ed team ont ast.
thbrdy, j. _iot wil, Tl Ela ti, peat and A se of Mobile pa of tlice action a against the Soviet ermanion." part. severe" ar te Iwen tadd..lo. to the,, -,m h p prth-
be wontTo oOf Ea Ws vsOta l the to frute th lice over ns the re xwho a, visiting U.S.Panamded when E ast Germany sig ned the tre cles and ge a clbrations Ger amo 9 c mlen who came doWn gawith toat creates o a

H.e int l. I 10 o itou lt-oage aNt s to p ar mobilization nd re-the Dertment of tate, the protocols set mans will: polio after receiving Cutter
TeIn Me iet tat mlBk iwtflow oay. An urh evanatein orf the forces alre 3 ad also schedule tedo appear on sta-e d .o lnalUni, ersityo n
goes s "d g t e J 1 be ann ed vti firct.rea dya rri wA rtsona hUnie o ne Bringing m and Under Soviet M marshal Ivan c mcp e te in rifle anda The H health Service declined l F Kn w n Cali.)

noglap Wi his t n s er of deo s b0edr iOieneo ut here. ti OG t 6:30 p.m. atur- l decion on the prtmatchesy In American planes to as andirect- 1
w a i All .F mtheirbe pts and A second part of the action atwith a Jazz lecture, durlon of East Germany to be de ride In US. tanksmouroiontbetweenb3oo
Dr. Adu Inter- Ary the latest atomic age weapons, children and the Salk vaccine.
radt o roBtreO cIS riasltynintedAut th futzate th o te ax, wotlIc viesiti Pnm ctea t wen ass edthey dlef-ens.

tyeoro. himoWE to, ut duri b WntlbTerved no night, o v o whn- ch the wlnal feature some of grm o
oe diatS t U= of WO,"- .u1 anE A s. to .part mobil nation and re- the U.. Department of a Sate, ealth,
eW 'e n n Parrof A-Day Pace vautofthe forces already also shed tinul ed to appear on sta-, w e i
Saetow wor of in to out he t .ion HOG at 6:30 p.m. atur-

can"Z. onefor make st htea
years. t heart's ofhREreAssed day with a jazz lecture, during argam geerl U

With Mrs. Dougat os and their which he will feature some of
two san j Pedand 12, he willd the hisre P cordings of outstandr Finge m..i g lS.he t.....
leave the Cal Zone June 3o Pabl- aTe-y rache U.S. exponents of J a azz. H health, hir e
to bohe H.oPwor fine of In Balboaastra T onight's lecture will begin tesle tDhe. "ea Leut-
.But ppens in a Courttoday orDonBsYwth a small motor boat oast door me ig" he t

In VpIM P tire's been a 33-year-old Panamanian Ruford 8. Clark the sum of $10 or Welare mt
a turnoeL Fined $10 each f6rt pmmlisearYin Balboa Magistrate's Court 'ondyt controls
AAW d found lurking trespass were Osberga Leonora yesterday. tn c alrlfor coma-
DOd, ,ay (UP).- A We outside aCourt has Bewle, 29, Edward Arnold Town- ..e".. ., .l o..
oerman rne.nt .LM carried home send, 39, Vernon Ainsley Caton, The 33 year-old Panamanian plete federal controls,
deonled onflcy today atm i by hi1 teenager. 2 5, and Herman Egildo Antunes, was fined $5 for operating the
has received_ zp of siou But alush larger pArrot ap- V. All are Panamanians. craft near the east ramp of D r
unrest In the Soviet one that peared to ofe his perch and Balbino Julio Herazo, 37, Pan- Thatcher ferry when he did not Dun rier
might lead to a new June 17 up-.Cri4ow :bfgw and housed at amanian, was given a suspend- hold a license to handle such a
risin. If i o the expense U-cle Sam. ed sentence for lobuing,. vessel. ;4
to51 e~ le either A second fine of $5 was as- A term of ays In
rther sessed when It was learned the land W r
Si Ist Hot M ister boat ad no certificate of in- out toCha
in e I w unrest ofun- specti6n for the current year.year-old
sres of han-I ,/.Mattrate''
Te d 'st Bloody Awful 'New Port Captain a
t-s Suust Blueoiodynmen Ctrand. Awftlule lla'
.ru. At Balboa Named u d ee was in
ls an y 1t.* not, the heat but the gooO to look at tUe thermometer Capt. Anthony C. Roessler. has anT w ar nv.d ah
lI are fhting words to because as recorded been appointed to succeed Cap- Monday.
wore he r hhg, amianu resident at albo ave averaged tain Horatio A. Lincoln as Port ..
66 --.- re. [ are also f"- In the and lowerCaptain at Balboa, it was an-
b; .AA WASn -n!eIllI s _. Warm but no nounced Thuraday at Balboa
11I -CntC Cn It 1 rwas *e .on r s ft'.thmus. ...hThe Heighti.V
a& _[ourrot n- hum bs a, lass been A graduate of the U.S. Naval
I --I$-to 0 per Academy at Annalie sin the STENT BODIES OF THE BALBOA JUNIO COLLEGE, Balboa High O d, and the Bal
f Paste Now ct cs w lass of 1931. Roesler will come boa o.unior High School, asembled at the Balboa Theater, yesterday for a P ogra com-
ter- Inter-7fTiopal Con- to the Canal Zone from comr- naoratng Armed Forces Day. SpdyHinkle, president of the Balboa Association. g
Costs$ V01110 16ag n .IT.C, manld of the Fleet Oil Tanker, introduced Lt. Ted G. PolonAi, tchisf information services officer the Caribbean
w-in _ag009.a a m WAtmIs.m, the UlS Ashtabula. He is expected AIt CommanAd,who gave a talk an "Armed PForces To The_ Nladshowedw.
pro- g neh to r&Zver t InJuly. etwomovie films, "Power for Peace" and "The Real America"." g th
Ili so$tLbao who has been port with afme of ts 1260 suents who pn are lt to college e
It"ThI ln, WTIapta11 i Balboa since 1952, 1,E principal, Balboa J.,a, Nigh School; ce Cl l,
in. P IlangI uage q. ]1 bd hs .orders tohasl os. hisnc.palodrs..otakh e oo ..d .,.b"B: secon row1:o t si .yr.,,w
Stw he eI evers l cmmend of the Gen- 4O senior tlGi.e, Balboa iaSahool; Mary Able sen or, a" Ws _il
MWlarge Navy JJunior J son, fresh-
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mate the British bockle nor e -
fuse him with our own race track A

Slg th t e coming nat ional oles. t
tLon will begnc to woe lout -
!sh sodBallim's power.
SANTI-COMMUNIST LEAGUE That would mean the end of dL-
ir: ,luted socialism as a global force
Onbhao t e C a Caer of the 4i peoples -for the British Labor Party to
-"_ On behalf of th o f a. papan countries, e is' the would'i most p ead e t W.,_1 n:..,,v_...?.:
SrAt-Communhat League, I have the honor to Present w mot. eto | i
fats of the anti-Communisat campaign in Asia to you who, we S cialIst p arn
at rely deem, have shared with us tne menace of CoMMun sm town I to trust M r
as well s the determ inaton to eight againstthings, except binacs with the oh Install h t
One thing that might Interest you ispe under ladder. Ai ut wondeulies L I it ah b cookies. Instead
ave just begun to attain solidarity In the s r gg ,e t co, hlan sial ist tk se time to revive ee

'I' e n gem AveA slasn I o dP, it t he hF L rtla? ,? left shoulder aann a f ew oth r it It as e a trama I he n ao t t e d vi
4 o ~e 1t begun to attain solidarity in the Tirugle, whi ch, n- this igbt litte tle-and ha s beto me
i trmmunlst Conference ol June, 1954, at cfInhae, Korea. i und wanting. After fighting for
t and oates sent their the n satonalzaton of industry

T"here eight moan jopl nations Inn Cs uabs
titent enentyes and solemnly declared: eWe, the Peor oe p l the British union s t

toaztion onteel-espte tho his pi s l was. I even hafe washed "Carment p aa o s b &g o%
Free Asia; met to Dgeer in ounettered Assembly, do here-nd s d of in therd pt tot n h o tw overin. s b 6

g our lives, our operty, and our hoor to an unceasing Look over the steel mills and siahtht and band eae both werrtary of'ommerce. D
l r truth and justice, fo fe v or freedom and fr the suppressitho and I havt fr ay fy, and ah a atrfr the

blthe o ample of socialism just (Udn t Johnttn. I stale thr ii every Moulderbag I own. and I ao be well-ke-t She was ve-rur
a hosne o fore seeking the worenslavement of man and then out three sets of bags. proud euse t

S oartf n1 r tPln, n Tursy me rao r rr ox De aW ad Ihe gor
i eh r smnted of ntons.' Thne Asi an tPeoples' Anti-Cos mmunist I atl came e r o m eit rim n o, wa thia sa etslle oi

Is oALed to convene May 23 ato -pe. \This is the continuat o The tie sion o rr n. the damage ge mm attbrn. a

a"sid-ently developed a n or theindi It has been to Autrali ien done." ome ove
Intre sprtc ion of the present coterene, thowevea will c woiern e pivat e ie ad I e on to ar
b uemuch broader. In addition to the original members In the Gr ubmiI ncreas. Funta ,lanoi at
G b tn.rrseChina i gn I IFh ,ows

fhit ConferencelC n- ,Korean the hlppnes, Vietnam, Thai- me months ago tho e of icial pubee a mn who v tt
*ban, Hong Kong, Macao and trte enyutu o thee w ill y o b, intr caioln dof the British steel, union o lti t n m a hae hd a foo
sillki'Suchlnow partners aes apan,T Paxistan, thuo iney dc bolac m' "o- coun ter. oart of Dave ,eluon-h e h a & he tLO l m eta-

n -cm-co unter-e aerty n o Daeel i n .n
diL represented b y veteran anti-Commun st leaders of their ol's United teewor ers of Ae r Ih toO do
efbs taken a-ORia

cuemnties. ,ca--ran an editorial which Ite fdas even thSouog 5et hn ,, n, eioalwchmat*li .
Theseri new friends will oin the conference as observers and 3roadwsy f iends would wve h smeared an ot e
Iwhen voted in, they will become full members of the League. titled," h otepa ou i d-tfuble dnt 'lI

Seeod Its lmprvnt personnel to he cnfeentence. to the worked and the value o r a a he one as suet Cel* e t
In the iorthcomnhg conference the char of the Leaue will government ownership was raised Harriman is what nve at eywa r. Ltho n .a
b discussed and many onstructive p roposals.. ollrowed. .in view y this important labor pu blication ,M TU_____ .r pmiathnis___the ool o w star .t eir raV
I AN r presentation Ma Un e ent usiasmTha m a s o o th e isutishp ie rofa he Um en l cm o o rdonotar i-h- to". ........ ... hechs
b RFownl lo tile Pdartood all s participant countries, we may who should kn o- th-ey lead the ho W y t Me ed
th iATg e stride in the direction Of As iaane ste a workers who man the" wfor.a.dnts
OnEogreatastr ide n Lmerly nationalized steel-industry.e lheea OuttheLuck-wO ls as agtssa 4"WtoLIng

Wenrenothcontentedthough. We try to be wiise by profit- Furtherl ite s evidence of the disconi, e
lrm advice proffered. As we have long heard of Yourj- tent camne when Sir Lincoln aEvans, a L
sndayMay In the Asian peoples joint effort to c mbat retired head of the s theealit tnon WA T -n d o it h a s anf d te tat ereU e a and It aS
6 d s a In t u gudpI flowQ frome N .1 8
Caimunism, we know you will be kind enough .to send overtyour sort of the ritish counterpart o omy w Or J RUARK ae,,, (o Toa Dowerx uj tg. tim '
t blqe Adviceh to heu wn the erence W whatever advices yougTewil Thep late Philh MUrrayoacceptedwhs h Sot huor e na h o ---i.w s ll idb e rnU or ip o rn. Ik d

soly Ad bllaee in uThe bo ardwe hrin bthe Brit1h I give Iaset butoa l be tree tr o fl th gru ndr. I. e "NoIs weal aitdoto e to t SSht a eS S t th Erealla
W. hgly aprea Cheng-kang Ku, &on Churchill set up to denation I am not superstitious about ver since fIo ac toa eet C rmfoler WAhd onine y oirslelf dldtkInseda ts t l the a

onthe bo r d lok up w withhte eenrIsand eyodonhth e P to ue la d he pis out wondeerfal wan fly t ecandrto towhe the abieity atolearn Harissncert marks pe omlnae rrwd
President Board of Directors. eliza the steel mills. Sir Lincoln many things, except black cats, JOhnston everything has worked j tarmen antSobat? to the But Harriman is one who a pt.

Wellionhesa Onof vthe seththeoBritishhn hadelthe permis.Uy l wald under Iad weders, sptll out wondereuL. I Con't fly withouteaes that toe the at ability to learn. Mrat t incer o "Bta
SASIAN P.EOIL ANTI-COMMUNIST LEAGUE 9 oi the British Trades Union ilt, seeing the moon over the lt. I won't alot or fish without It took ome time to revive m. perseverance pedwith e '
BcOFCHINAnCogres.,ther LofbEnland.left should-er a Iaa new otheap lot.r evic d
E pUBLIC OF CHINA Con pressed the e a. lft so and a few otherdit. It has become a trademark ae then I sal : "dWhat about tthe devotionto the a of dediot sha

iv Hithn LtAis as te tot e tat p as :aaee no te of to nd a lthvda No..t o government pnt. I ,he p
S. gng tacit approval to the de tmbous oer one pcu at. Now this s the filthiestch at that "I'm so," the boss said m tm ruch xp r e md. t wll be j
oc- 'o ialzation steel--despite the This isi ecial, special hat. ever was. I even have washed "Carmen on the at to the g as amas to

SDESCENDING POWERS t'nad Joplhe bittel an-U. efhit e wn t tb e intfo oR..lo ye ita ah aight lrm anond oo aysatte h reo rtry c l'e I gosasea tg
Sae SCEnDN POWRoverwrought and hyper thyroid It Is a hun -dollar job, former and haved out of It, have em her's, too. e said she sent 'both land, ambassador to Rubi. se
i h"tinr ofe ihe bitten. rly ant- S. fy white, with the initials RAm .p adloyed it do a target to eight ht and band because both wre ra treatarny commrceur1man d
S.n ikt ate all o e I t w ato f th inside. Those initials stand for the guns, and I have used fo a absolutely filthy a she knew ordinator for the Marsha Plan
SA lb tt there was a It all addiup to the fact that na meof Texas friend lof mine, dlow. It has been stuffed into that the senor liked his clothes U.S. representative for NATO, andh to*lho and h.
Smoune parked at the Little League ball park and the sample of socialists ust d didn't mp Jo n as reton Irtheh y si er. s ad Io re th e a e and riieafsaid oto t

Mim. blacis ayaricione i h o done" 1usat the Lis Le e Jons talhed every n houlderba. I own, and I 1o be wigl keptlh a uta Sm r a v L.
i sne looked very familiar. There were no p the or t orking exam. hn ng tmeago, and have worn out three sets of bags. proud eeause s had done this o, whereas To D ca that ay meng at

el ehthechauffeurwas taking thnp yerIyeasy. (h e a Nl was route d m erse l ed 'stilpsthtea so de, wee tan b a mowni a ea o er te
Then, there was the sound of a otoreir a re ie the nonee which twase veryap .ad inr it lan belit hof tlon. eropwha we o 0 e o o
n believe itoro th e u a ufteor got out of the sleek They are run. luck. and the hat Is full of grease a .d do, fire hape' in his early fotes wia no exer
ohAY, ,h ....lL. I, ---eB ,ii at hatG made three t rips filth and It Is a "No" I said o -weakly. "It doesn't m eother-than that of & Is5 O \tIf otM
S ' and began to look u -- tand what did he see? ITramiIfpni Cinlssioni whic re to E ast Africa, and one trip to very Lovely hat. t e ta tter now. All the damage has in at tr Harruhianms he.- a rdet
S.Well,,r he saw the e: same ,thins tht several of us "side-, gently developed a plan for the mia it has been to Ausltralia ee damgaoernorr ad t ah t
temioftd.making a landing and not& a forced ladlng hpeither unginAesearer-tobecgedtopalandamo the ae o now se o r eldest any wen a e.
walhasscausemen" sawbor tar ma ke e thoh eheI Unt ed p ev etheCom m n twon'tramesasthatth eU e a tMaes M CI@t hat MW
t. kAow why? Because when .I., te landed on tbe ball park, .0s. is to bej-eifleati has ty e tie n yr. I am re cos- Aerica e
..It but the "Oentleman on the Hi' Ini' a :,ikoderntoatiou & o eif ala and iplanos outa lap I avedN- mellowd bey usearedb ntimfeg a s. I mae hlcr o a f Aml -
slidAnd"gotitlackptovservicehabeenoIehaveoireditedt af dor ON th t
-Allthiswasdecinddgoibak oed erircpa me from two piano rashes, fatalmeroded. TbWmbat means a coutple b tstea I do not wish to travelinO
a in.te.L ltatla with bhnseo the rathatIwassuppdn. losof funs.- And- wh coand a hal ot abfs or ships. I hold onto
%,enbooklthis was decdeed without uy nsn that Iwsfsmuplpao t reIftooks .s ea, stay out wit him In
)usess d tharade iit hs ept otgr from cawing littlebit. it aptlean itsblock itlfrs oaealesVoueraAre rawu t ditnit w t ir oiton t
eat d sof y awantwhoata as c ~l~iesbehd just k as o rueomandbankers from forecosng sha ideot, patch Ithe abe aromtlank sescktroe tY orkls built io 1tp gch
Irchaaau t AibrookA5 Cr in ions do en we and buffalo from stomping mt Welltherh's now off ItIs pok teh w
aaere UNT se in so w. a oas any of our u nies aW sno I 5 a i
tcrar ne ansdi, passenger could not have landed at AlbrookLy rot left off government con.ot has sold booksformeandthetragoera s teseverstal oi York Sate buwR
Ad of using the ball park for a private airCt. ultative bords. rught me SpanishItn haTth c spndg bdorin toths fr er aaon the nation
ell, It just looks like If we can't get one to fall on the Ipoher words man y of thegpa sl und -ithd l nt te o en aino the mani hclh he oe elped
school, we will just s et te hem down on the ball ak e thepowerfvl labor leaders are Br41- tes Ian tte mast aiie ln wa o he t n e your"Eltenhow
Sbme of getting a life or two. It Is a known fact that the kids ,uslonel with nationaliaton, Or.r i the es o ha i e i sn wasid rt iro h u ewith Marha ,"wa
a".. there at the park seven days a week and espeah ali hnnSat- socialism, call It what you W -Ialnd th It even r a m vtatcase,"1ayleckthe lanerus dt 'ormreminirsced. W ec eoM
liver for me A id e bePen putting thIs sio white tsorrible cow whn I wa ambas
eally hatlthe' o s sidewalk safetyC t men want to know tis I-thes battlesas with ethe socialist pt.theoristsT t r pet Wa
eatt anyeJurisdictionldnmthe Caneporon e.eGuessnottor"youruide t he edabtorhparty.,This fa.the e was
do thlidcompanynow. lemHe o n well slow their hands Dau er & a
,!. .T h e Tr itisl hsbo r p a r ty d ep e ma n m e a m ]- o r d e b0 ,as r;t m ri l ldo n ,
_Ir__ote__.__Pea__io__rdh__oorut L.tpon the unions for fiancial? bo..e
"".....port-and the unions are going cem teop hm. .
servative. This is not to be ca- By P e E0,R mI
strued as a move towards AthonyBy PeterEdsnItinb CgO DFame.Andweng
r Irden's party. The union chiefs a--.-S----
'/ will not bolt the Labor party-- ano uthat Eisenhower and
ease up on their socialist preach idea tbat the United States will put fending it, there can be little room tglon ,ers "considering establiah 0eifee0andyell de
4. aslzabie contingent of American tot doubt that it would be defend ment.of permanent Amel -fan, lir feet and yelled themselv
.tso will the British ground troops en Formosa for de- ed effectively for as long as Wash uafor Air, Marine ornAmy 'It h nrese d tRs
rmie5 war and believe the given permanent burial by PresS-,tr? anther eanr kind of ndrim that
seei at"sllng to le tseforcosasaene to dtthat time.So .
e" Is plainly a case wherebolster Nationalist Chlnoens-ora;e hewer ouxd 'a t talt e that wS
L Tdm t andytoeshowhtesandthbowdrntclo beiee

tt.. like theBritish Labor party lead. forence that while the United preventing the Communists from vists that the United States meant ad he testify in November, nl415,
Neither does the Trades Union tary Assistanm q Advisory Group Whether the allure to hold For-.The Fth were unqoeagtona-trussian
Congre. for that matter. It on Foemss to train Chinese Na- .nosa would acaly jeopardize the bly at see ilicsomuch distaste for the Rus- tionalist troops, there has been no security of thi United States Is level of government pla.T t we desiretford sien, hip with t
slams and Their Comutls. party suggentin for A major American another matter. But it would be a checks at the very tonp dted s Hlm went a ss o say that s
her'e late last winter by .pu..n.l nbase on the island. loss of prest;ue which could be that Cabune, officers 'had never vie of- .Esenhowers ow. m.sathIa
!,terrific attack in a widely dis .The' Pr eemdont said he had averted most effectively by Amer- heard of the plan.
tIbu6ed booklet. thought of eve. rIng that m.hI. lean troops. ..." 'I A Four- dy-s Iter.whn .edt elet sbout Russia he didn b

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Inr m an- .,,, waw
etonatrating the w ea k.
ot certain systems of or-
,we, ar order to prqud
ally *resented, a horrid
' of What is happening,"

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S d out t En tor Satura ,

i S tro mT, the other n areh anm i the
an wl f t to r local group uses a t t

v n ia 30 minute .w ptsf Headfy r -pay Ma sician"
Sfb ade cP John ut .
Srnd out a i w ho ham sts ha drum4.

M g o pin, the other atpch for thtehrpe.
band issitolocal group uses. Asi% tb
30 minutes otft' Headpuatteup company, ;pusiclan

1 rp wacrp irt preongtud u
1A, Iq awJ. V. Fries was giv- m iJAril to -MaJ, Ge. Lionel C.
= 1aa k of organizing the corps acGar, commandif general tS
fy. Tranferred to regiment- Army Caraiean.. Since that tme,
S s he as replaced by Lt. Robert ofthe First battalion froo JWTC
F. Roger. .joEs Ui Counterfm traanins, for return of Operation
FiaMo leader w&dq additional u Cold Road personnel, and ith
wy I (f ier4in-.hrfe of the drum marching troops as they drill or
un.i tmal ., practiee on Lifelilner Field.
Th it' presently-eonsist of,14 Future plans call for the Drum
i dns, tausical director and and Bagle corps to handle some
a. m major. Future plans casl of the parade assignments at- Fort
fi e [as-td Qa 1 -,an gProup. obbe and work with 23rd Divi-
.rend y a aortage of in Dosi band in theMrs;
sopments, the pfeaent group Drum and.Augle Corps composi-
le cd to receive new drums t.n in the near future .will con-
2aubigsles tithing a month. Pies- slat of 30 instruments, including
tic b eqie presently in use were roprano, tenor and baritone bu-
ilpaiw rom World War II depot gles; snare drums, tenor and bass
t i notch drums; and cymbals.
Despte lack of eqpment, the In the future, as in the past.
musiVal contingent has been prac-' the 33d Infantry Druni and Bugle
ticini s, eral bours, daily in pre- corps' will rly on. the 23rd Dlv.
paraU6n or Saturday's perform, band for instruction and advice.
Scheduled to be presented to the
holiday crown on .Armed Forces ."
Day is "Routine Number 1" which
they: bqve recently perfected.
Presentation will start with an
opening fanfare. Jt will be follow
ed bya drum routine, march" 'to
the "Pinwheels" sad

t4 easy to p te bast con
tract r i North. ald ooth1 to
day'j a. W veam sd would
nrt .Ino q a' bit of trouble ,2
East ope a spade aO a r fump
The d mfendrs' wold lead trumps
as. soon a possible, and declarer
would never get to the dummy.
Thre2 no4tump up ly -look foo-
i-wit 4 vuwid in the North hand.


bsoutent-to thee trick and
t too nectei heartretrn up
di he" deided not to

lad ie f atheseratsi onopling
bdto m a th rer WesIt osp- ed-
&at e W W bted heart rett n ep
err, OXbIe ia i a ert re
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S'd m f a dsperaion ope EnS

Eaii lIL6 keam

Ho has been named For-
eign. Operations Administrator
by Presdet enhowr. The
,foper csgreman, orn in
ChincaatL, Ohio, succecs Har-
_ol IZ Stamm, who I slated to
OH dacIal adfstant to the Prea-'-
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miOr At."e Toward ;
candLa sor Break Mars ",r
.. woA eol advice. is ..sq! '
ft r younq wives beW
leIMaeg ter marmages, bt it
new.e ise late for a wit 'whM
wante :.better her marriage to
p 0t 1aI practice. '.
IThI l4*k4 is simply this: Ney
or' wate.time thinking or toa
.qiut ouur husband' fausts. "
AWhoever he is and whatever hj
be is sure to have faults and
mde of them than you realized
when you married him. Just ad
you, Wi wife have more falts.
than e knew about when he mua-.
Sed you.
But the way to be happy and g
make your husband happy is to
accept the faults along with he
,ood qualities as making up a
hole person and then disliaw fhbe
faults from .your mind and find
priae tn thinking bout all of your
usbanxa s goud qualities.
He is sure to have many, else
you would never have fallen m
love with him.
Cg centrate on Good Points
So ge? into the habit of thinking
about is good points. And wheh
you ta1k about him, don't mention
anything that isn't a good quality, w
lhaust as easy to build hue. s P
band up to your friends antrela-
ives er to teat him down. And
it will certainly bring happier re
The main difference between a
happy and an unhappy wife is this:
Ihe happy wife thinks and talks
about those qualities in her bus
oand Viat make her love and a4
mire aim.
not brood over his every fault
arid then tries to get sympathy -
trom others by sharing with them
li she has to put up with be-
cause her husband won't do this
or doen do that.
By her own' attitude a wife of
ten chooses whether ornt she
e_ o .. "

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'y w ell a o other forms bearing

Ji ate of. The Nattion aI City
A1Mdi of Ijew Y6rk, which may
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Competing w~k private business


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SWetdox plays an important part in busy
All day long.., and does the job
Rfftendy, reliably. And what handsome
nmpieces these aristocrats ae... all he
modelss in the complete Wesclmx line of
electric wall and alarm docks. And of
couIse spring-driven, docks, too, the
ESICLR famous Westolox Big BeD Westlox -
sails. nM, l UA .j name that means highest quality -has
N C" f I t' L h lg experience tha umsU you of
NatI Ctaxd L w' endability. See all to faimd. We-
''a' doe clocks and watcbeat .yoWur ar.
rseam FamlYR Name f Pe i Tlm epleenM
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Aluminum Cots ...... 39.50
Aluminum gliders ... 43.50
Aluminum contour
chaise .............. 37.50
Metal bridge tables .., 13.95
Metal folding
chairs ............e. 5.95

e Modern Keg bars .... 47.50
e Kitchen electric
clocks .........from 4.50
* Metal kitchen table
with wheel ........ 16.50
SPlastic place mats.ea. 0.50
S tasless steel spoon,
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Afreed Hitohcook's sUspense thriller "Rear
Window" features James Stewart using the
Exakt&.VX Canters for picture taking and
as a telescope at the same time.
The -ohoice of the Exakta VX for Hitch.
cock's beat motion picture could not havp
beear unintentional because of the fact that
the VX is -the mo t versatile camera in the
WorWid. With It fou can photograph ahy
type ot subject, Mhirbscopic or gigantic, an
inoh .or a' mile- away. With the VX you can
shoot routine pictures with a maximum of
simplicity and $ase,- and master any diffj-
oult or challenging subject as James Stew.
art -did in "Rear Window."

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DUBLIN -(UP)- A move tensln of Canon Hayes' par -ent ewe i n to in
4 started 20 years ago to foster at M plan began When nelihboring'ieo new lnd'nstll
er relqtiona .between 'grlesU aS community envious of the new f[r the mamiSactre of iglo l
workers and their bodies ls be Ipirift originated by the white- l oleunl. "
heved to have been a major factor haired, soft-p)oken priest in Ban- '
in slo" ing emilgrtion and the sha, invited him to pass on the "Umte the people and ever
flight irom Ireland's rural 'arta idea. The movenmet spread rapid.- ee will M lo ," Canon
to cities. ly and now -overs practically the said. 'We *aYt have little saay l
n tire agrieuutural area of Ireland. InterTatiomul upheavals, but A
When 668-vear-old ,on Joeh ; 1A. Hayes first got t d a, 135 t even overcaim the political to limate class warthrough
tof starting a local comtbnitt "get- border and spread Into Northern tv and eo-oeration. The faAp
together p'an in the Coun Tip. Ireland. Social and religious bar. cannot proper without the later
Splerary village of Baaba, he had riers were broken and the seal was neither ca& 'the laborer proapej
.o idet that it soul4 mushroom ret on the movement when it re. without the farmer.. We b r iE. g
into a nation, wide movement withe eievd official recognition from them together out he sume fi-
:n.ore than 400 branches and its ine government. iorm to discuss mutual pr b
'own monthly magazine. 1 '" iems.
The olan clled Muintir na Tire Each brath is called a "guil"
people e of tMe land), originally had mnd is, In elfiet, a parish parlia-*
Pns its main function the overcome meant. ,A new guild is started by
ir,g of bickering between agricul. invIg everybody in the parish
tural workers and producers and to attend a Nu etg and elect a l IIT
'the promotion of a spirit of mu. council comprsng six repr renta- li
,thal co operation. tives of the groups which make up M ED I I
w It gave agricultural workers a the parish farm owners, labor
'new deal," forged new outlets for .re, businessmen and clerkG, the
,the produce of the farm owners woman and the youngsters. Great Wi
vajd brought big business down to ,
tuommunity level. Each guild Cahon Hayes said New Orleans Service
ftey now number well over 400- -
Moreover, the plan created an draws up a social, educational, eco.
evening life for the villages. Lack amic and recreational program S.S. Il RA" ......
,ef this was one of the main rea-l designed to suit its own locality. .S. "L. N. -CARLO .......
'sons for the exodus from the land. I nsputes of all kinds, however s.g. "~g~A41 ..........
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YADRUTAS"* reminding y6u and other peace-loving
peop et.of the world that SATURDAY, MAYiS ARMBD
FORQES DAY, an open-house invitation. to you to
receive a first-hand report on the state of the nation's
is I*arces Day anid Satu iay, May 11, 1pe, ed Ibekwardn.

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Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.

Special r trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
To New York ..................... $240.00
To Los Angeles and San .Francisco .... $270.00
Seattle.......... ........ 36.00



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member ar urged .. attend. Ite ow r
Cabal ambow Assem a slaves laand 1It s so
-r'^ sdal aitbow. fer e -ty asturl e--f ,trhndso different 9fro i s..w _ta r aithe
5~I^I1 As" e foundd in many dtu I the new
lor "d4 world today how.
S at the Alt Gym G umbo fine portant
touWintthe midnight show, at ingredient in 1tI$ dii
SAt la rs. Charlaes pG, J Rge,..
,of Coiab o As- In Panamh hUsb"
Iq e~l; acien. India .c ltuea u oftenn aci C andra. h views
Swill be chaperones -for the eve- trAveller aca c ine thea Ito
t7aeeb ar thes andwork theo a- ariatinons on ea A the ed erla-
o' lock and tformsal mes hvel ic tbe doephku o f i ,s The
een planned for the twin b o w other name'. .i.
SP n ohimbor mbo, Quingot and Qui-
r Aas. w ""-ha. sIg moubo.. As one i ast the plant
aoaocB C amera Club the family rqae ta Is no ob-
Atlantic Camera Club meets on thscure is a H1act te. a prae ,
MayId, 30 p.m Club Rooms, t; he though not ao 'beai ful iou-.
t. Home. Guest Speaker:i Mr. si' r fi te. lowverly o= f weri
Neville Harte, who has -I n the Yeit r 1 th husband wol i' to get
lpast given us splendidslide s sws. a a m au oki., outf ab,a ,ar
on the ancient Indian culture fn c -febn natcahi. t ic%-o- wNew
SPan am wail lecture on the POt- 'Zork State. Much cs ibe sai for
tey aItd handwork of then- an. rowing one own fo trer, teende
ciesit people He will slso domon- young ..reen--Xi d..'b.m-oet de-
ta.te_ how-sbe hap adopted ifJ l cious eating aiM b seldom
Sdesignns to present ay use.or" mangeGa to et to mrk probably _
Sg?.OIN oM C. s'OP- AND opportunity to take pctu the re M conptig. to pow and 'put
or ainn ivn b tFArd Psien lecse. MMre l and the residences o thi beautiful bateas he s painted us- .n weight.)r
Gnaer l Toe amooe Panama Chn r i~g S er Be mm i wps a ImpromptU. igsauthentic Indian designs. a ie
-elf4 tI Bel V IsaoY-o yi e ln bar roeetd for M IAf Seldt saOni;m to celebrate wi Th ere will also be PA a a uc m-
.er, .o. .. rs ..n r a holl. Intette. Eighty fren ds petition-the last of thu 1954 Okra With Mutard Butter

her, 1beeI the gorin ofC then t her Is to t a ytte wo l re o Dids J essMy of thea rue t form- Color Year. on he etng
Qhu .trAsa T neera cone te faoncet of the National Orchest ra .. Stem wash and drain the whole

chestraan c aon r gu e were MrVs. Zod nem pods. If very large and old' cut
it h fme tr oitn hon orofthe President of the Repubi ofw t may a and M cardo anal Zone Art League o t
rdMrs. Dora Meelhennv will be the Icrosswise as is traditilso Gum.
r an. lli. hostess for tse Atlantic Bide CB. Z. p recipes. However, o serving ,
-"-mar rI a -r Art League meeting tonight at ea a vegetable, the wore pod sl

*er------G ..... 7.d S r r B r 30 p.m. The M l. nn .iveinIoarl ael avne w r oe at oe Cl I a-
ADer*in B iety.,-Pins DI m Rw ghfl'4at tei residence. A- Gut is T Both Coasts e Coco Solo.b ter and ri for aboutCe minutes
Honorio Preisideot And dout 7! friends were- peseit at the Mot-In. boquete ah ei I iaitiA tender abt nianutes
affair. Mr. ambois Inf6rmnatio n Guestn at the Panamone, Inn r, and their .he d tender at. theed
Mrs.Ara afa M.-ame as A those a occupied dsmerl w tr i e.- Dn *n I a,
ocyPresident of the. Officer of the Unites States Em. I SBoguet'thisotr eek w included Amer- byCaptain and Mrs. Dusenbd orry. thr a thed a te. hl" pfk a1
annoAofr 'iae na and Mrs. Ri- asyo ricauna from both New York a d b Ca nhr detl l re-oh9 idsto oofr re a
Iu d Poos Angeles, Calif. They ,awereer rlem

Eejoy T Arias'w l l Mehe n onths of a df to. c butter e re e thi
nic oie of Panama at thereidtt Of Navy Wives nd their sons, of Panama; Mr. but a vortenveto ine
otel4 Pdnm M oPn Thursday,e The regular meeting and elsec-aJhn Cecil, of Los Angee Cali is this simple isa e.'Ta 3 or 4
aan of officers of the Wilma Milesfurna; F. Mead. of Los tablespoons of but or rga-

M a tve y Wives' Club wo held on Atngeles. ali ornia;lMr.oRicardo,'rine and melt and beatu'nt1Iit
gin t :00 p.m. Music w bealon 5th Naval Distrit of Nw York and Mrs. teaspoon of mustard
farnished by Luis Azcarraga's or- lReservatoni Hostesses for the oc- David, Of Pinama. to taste: Add fielpy cut bread
chestra" -. easioT were MrS. VirgiiaSudafn, crumbs until thickened but still
It is nzt_ members of Mrs. Ruth Berger, and Mrs. Jouyce a u e siewhat liquid. Pour over the
the socM 're n eRrf mfeid amke C'lppard. I'airles mer ORT"kra.
trou anyof the following mem-ient, Mrs. Minnie Boykin; Vice Mi. and Mrs. Ralph X. Skinner There is a unique sliminess to
bers: imPlaia, Elton Todd, Fred President lirse Mary Newbold;s atid their daughter Diane a n d kra that makes it more popular
h;reIe ra o he S"ArhesymestrwithetsIt vel
Gerhq t, Loue Gomiez4,. oe Ha t wording Secretary Mrs. Bever- sairlee are leavinm tthe SeAn- with some that with othes. have
Deh ;Sca a' c ~ond trinle. a le Wari ; re.eleItqd Tre- After some tIm ien on p because his favorite sauce'b
ilg nOttl r, Mrs. e Bacdd4c -irn d will stay in Fairlee rmont, b f tired read truabs while ny -
Riann,?pufakieb. 1, S01,* meutar.'n. Mrs..Mary Poun. Skinner's bi thplace, nd t snot er declares Uai is too good for
PvJoe Cp1, StudH s mb-, ,The e sterdby-Phointtes-mwillwd oar to Idsaheamhrt Gat company I She never gets enough
ieys, Dim"an gnta, 1"3 W fchmt nqid to b on. a daughter too. cas-ies Its name. of it when there are guests at the
Jim Quick, John Gorin. A CoXce party for h few members Miss Diane Skinner, who com- table.
that were leaving was held on Sat- pietes her studies at the C a n a I
Rsambos EatetaAin sunday. Honor guests were M rs. Zone Junior College this year will
At El Carmen Home LDorothy Livramento. Mrs. A n a btay in the states and enter Missi. rr
Mr. and. tr. ,'illiam. Preston Fatter, Mrs. Eileen Boves, and ssippi Southern College at Hatties.
Pambo a5e ;at cocktufl. 4 last Mrs. Lena Jerimiah. burg. lMiss. 3
[Miss.; sielarle Snrho-eredL O.
S' W E At Union Club PSPANC -HOS
LAST WEEK,,T0 REGISTER,.in honor of Miss-Ida Vallarino,
who will be married to Ramon
V61tSUNLIf.,ER CLASSE.,S WITH lManuel Ariab in a few days a
F, U r 'SE WITHidal shower was given at the U- OPEN NG TONIGHT
IHl)i4) THY CHASE nmon Club swimming pool recently
MW ,"'y Miss Tanya Zubieta and Miss
Enjoy Three Full Months of E ilenita Stagg. In"the Bella Vista Salon
BALLET TAP TOE OR TUMBLING Independence Rec ntloone show only at 10:30 p.m.
pecial Rapid. Advancement Course for Ambitious %t Cuban Embassy Today
SeilRpdAda. ... .sfoAmiiuIn eeiebration of the rd anni-,
Ba...t $ ..ntq.Xith. to 5 ye..... "ersary of the proclamation of the Hear the No. 1 TRIO of the AMERICAS in person!
background training. Independence of Cuba, a recep-
Previous Students may Register by-Phone Ambassador to.Panama. Dr. Ga- Bl bdlaau,
CALL BALBOA 1751 briel Suarez 8olar at the Embas- for rewvalaons
__'___al___ _'_._ sy Residence in Bella Vista. cercg .00 per person
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N ot Pork Sandwieh
Miashsed Potatoes
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Peaches a la Melba
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Canpl Zone Dental rolyclinil
Dr. C. L FibreR D.D.S.
SDeuture--bddgq work-,l lir Mlv
Gener aI PFrAtlct. .
STilvoll (4th of July) Ave. NO. SIAM1
(opposle Ancon School IYlruowd)
Telephone 2-211-P-]7186.

14.25 4th of July Ae.
i.hone PamamiaA 2-W

P *We tan help YOU With

Dms. A. and ORILLAC
I P mimarGraduIt)
P "eok AWNl- Tel. -I
(1 block frm' Lux Tetrel

S* MatI-htlck B~mo& '
*. ,enetian Blinds
* Travirse Curtails
* Glapl or Wood Jaloustls
Call -360 or 3-11
Setlumates Given W alut
SDistributed by .
lProductot 'de Modera; S.A.,
f=tl. Ave. (between Iludak
Uidlulg b 3lth Ave. Store).



C"tn'- -.a3,- Servlee
S. Central 2679.


Fnreni bird l qd,.bird bikiits,
pernt feed, pmakeel seed a-
lumrlunm Ipjlli tropll fish-
SHIPd 49 V&hpua, Ph kon
FOR SALE: -- 'Ansr fisher.
ismel live alllge ur od fish
ponds. 45th Streit o. I*. tl-
It Vist.
FOR SALE:-'49 PackardL C
per, excellent eod n $500;
1954 WeastlWughws flgartor
9-cu. ft.. eIf-defrstin $200;
hooked rug 6x9 $301 dek and
matching cplirs, lill-het con-
dition $40; eut lrerge dven-
port $75; mirror $4. PIheh Cu-
rundu 2231. IHurgs 'I0-A.
small live allighetr and fh
FOR SALE: German Shephird
puppies. four weeks. 53 Via
Perrms Sen Fnmie@lsee Red ..
FOR SALE:- 30-galiben glusse9
lind, geO hot .waetr, kMgier,

PIANOS tuned only by cieepft
lent musicaetlthpsleln $5.MI-..
celleneous EXTRA. Phlis 31-
S.4694.. .
JUN 31 -4- 5
The trip ef ytqr l .e II
pitemn's PMacod A tHrO-
dy Jungle Jim Lew* tlhr the
lPnimi Ceol.,4q/Cely,. San
lis, qld Pe Olel d L**e *e
M..2:40. ye. Gelon
9:30 p.m. for iorful.Ui'lies ,
and historic Porte Dellft. itra-'
t Calon Sunday ftrme*n.
Thr: Camenl Medoey;4:30 a.m.,
living from Stsger-r Club' re-
turning to Balboa. Meals cAered
by El Parnma. Bring slacks,
shorts.' bathiab sults. 'lecket
flippenend sWears, for under-,
waeAr _king, ,or asem nd'
colo fil(m. Ceial trip only-
$10800. PFor furtlhe inlbwatione
phaoe Jungle Jim Price Pihme
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FOR SAIlR- i0o Sthdmk ,
Tudor CifM 59.e ,ew
hillderM, -frg -ne )
unite. $49 lb 2+
1744. .
FOR FALI L.- 1953 Ply le l
with ralie. -eellwnt end't ,
Loconm. Phq3 "

FOR SALEI|-.19* Awmftl
seda; lo.oo'ft mgd, em r';
condition. _Ce4 1&2232.
FOR SALE -1954 Ford
IUni- Tudei,'.11000" uarl
Ialbee 044. -.
FOR SALI ,- 1I if ie
cenvastle,, nftix,.- wi,;. ,
onetbs *old 523 a AI -
2I 10 *r Chlytsi. ,J

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SF SALE--Ford Thou n
radio, h N6estw//w. Ca" Sh ,
Comer. 86-4420 A.lbrk.

'IOR SAIt: 1949 Fo6 VS
Tud5or. a flidl. and iur f
*iml. Also 9-eu. ft. *e-Win-
h re rispler. I 25cl.
Leavie for fStot. Phone W2.
* 8M -319. .
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*ns4R Ps UA 3 a d', n1i0-A.
fioe pO lk I33*-
b" 3003. .

F R SALE:-1947 Am-Fleet-
Sline sedan, Chsilelt, outside
pin-t god, pood tre.. oned be-
elheircal condition. ($150 in re-
pawis since Jmanury W5 ,
SC1350 cish. Call Re dm. 350T.

!FOR SALE;-'53 lymit" 4--
Sdot seden. new Mdlte, dl4
paid. 20.000 lg; '54 Ply.'
inmotf -doer sedes. feM *i**..
IA 000"mI,. excellent cell.
asn, $140M eI h. On be I
cho serden. Call Pan. 3-6118.


WANTIP.-25-ecYvl air !ump

"-for .l-KIP. rlPeme 'eBa-
NPO~t u C nvicted rEn ,." L .
ljkh i can in-,
Se icrtsthe Rurssians
T R sik, 38, of Norristown,
T9 R gia'nal Captors Pa.. held prisoner by the Soviets
for six years, was otctd guilty
BB M ay,20 (UP). A on. three charge of .betraying
U.S. ZA .court biartial tOdy secret, association with Bovlet
convitted Pvt. Wtillam T. Mar- secret police and deIeruton.

)1 BALE: lefrigerators,
bnlral. brand new, fiye
i' warranty, no down
payment '0.410 month.
Central .26-79

stovel, ilodern-Maid,
id new, one year guar-
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H) Of the Cwc-
I Be' fre bireal,.

arial ie d m and women o3tdM CitUf urig Wrld
un win fata soted BMay t,0 It-tio Pak. New Y C. Cmst
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FOR SALE:.-vare, ni-stme
r.huftlh Is cuh k n ig sw ees
* N:sr Oberr(* lAve. Av.'ti,
.Mr. :.. 3, A-y t.... Ap .

" FOR_ I Ih w i o w ddln
.rvet set: I chairt. l 1014,f'
elr, bHffM. -amedi..
I058 Celon.

de l Hl~iyw il s met-
,. Chs .Cli|d"b'
.35.00; Dining lTf Wl.
Chains 75.00; Mi Meg.
-.m Sets 149.00; DeA 39.00;
Wi-5 4.e0. AlweIwqveqmw
S aM new bedrmn. lig end
dining room sets. Boletel s
priings en legs with lmnespring
matisse. Smell dowe paylmet.
Eniy terms.-HOUIEHOLD IX.
CHANGE, National Ave, No.
S4E-he -.3-4911 .

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FOR SALEI I ovel Eatrla 7-
et ,frip oer $1s75; 2 whi
pemelefin Idchoe teh.i $1 N.
9hiJ3 1-2l71.

FOR SALt e ei chd'se war.
Mobe d$ Srklin1, $18.
P nows 2 1-2025. '


S Apiartes
ATTENTION 1.1 Jut built
4qf. 5PIEhe .aements, I,
kim- i .I coamld water.
*- Ano=
ue 1Pem 1-4941.
FOR lINT r-,Fpmnlheln mun-.
fumiehed 2 et 4-rmo. modem
ilkt .neut, Ci.taet ALHAM-
Phesa 136n Cel.M
FOR RENTI- Two 4bedtoam e-

ling or 2-5 evenIags.
FOR RINT- --Se i-k lhed a-
prtment., not rt ReeWl elt The-
fter. Vie Pe No. 120. Phone
FOR RENT: Modern epart-
went. 2 b edeross mad's room,
2 beth illtoingdlagl reom.
perch. e, eW, hot water $P10.
at "It Cegraj," 6 Street No.
2. house "Ceoes." See De
Catr. Avenue-i S 9-43. Phone
2-1416 Panama.
FO RENT:-2-Apasetment. bed-
la|, kloeny. livi Io m.m Po-
rwAve. 27. CaN 3-04652 after 2

FOR RENT--Niks furnished a-
.p. rtMant., .ideppedt entrance,
two bedrooms, prlected against
meequitoes. -.hoet d Mld water
*aid refrigratr. Phone 3-4976.
Hiuse 23, 43rd Street, Bell
FOR RENT-- Two-bedreom e-
pertment in i. Cangrle. Nsceen-
ad. lerge klt meid' morm,
laro ilttiln-dialg roomm, play-
ground. gentle, eaH 3-1742.
'FOR RINTs-- Furnished opart-
ment, 2 bedroems. 2 bathrooms.
peish. 48th Strmt No. 27. Call
Telephone 1-.097.
FOR RENT:- Cempletely fw.
nished onMe-bedrnm apartment,
kitchen. gas stove, refrigerate,.
le eacleed garden, suitable
one child $70. Phone 3-1144.

FOR t-ell( .he o.

k iuhe q pein s, Inquire 9
FO R TeT: -- AlblWek June
Is 4! ei = u ,, Seaesm:-
3 bed Amelr, room, ge-
r ge. I sf'tmpln mcil 3-2246.
FOR ItINTI Three bednrems.
two bathrowe gara and p-
tio. Chelat house 43 VIa
Fernando da Caodeve. corner
with 3rd Streit ViIa lermess. ,
For iqfermetilo toll Mr. Toeub.i
, hone 2-2197 or 3-4209.

Boats & Motors
FOR SAtL-- "MADCAP," s30-
fol lp. elboA. YaMht Club.
Crl Albrn k 2203.

FOR SALE: 24-ft. saxiliery
sllbt. large d ep frees, two
bunks. 25-hp. meter. CN I 2-
3481. ,;

100 Level
1st Line
Size" Bac Wasl
600x16 $13.75
670x15 14.75
710xlS 15.60
760x15 r 17.05
80i5 18.70
820x15 19.50

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The Opening of their New FORD, MERCURY and

LINCOLN Dealrhip in' COLON on 16th St.

Following the Policy of better service for 'ord,

Mercury and Lincoln Owners, Complete Servicing and

Parts Facilities along with New and Used Car Sales

will be offered.

A Cordial Inritation is extended to all Atnmtic Side r~a dens,
,^. both in the Canal Zone and Colon, to attend aur


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r, l 1'iYMSBURC ADDREgSS-eside glaenhower-muiloe s he pulls gifts from a mailbox,
replicaaof the one on his ftrM In Gettysburg, Pa. Gifts and box were presbtedto ihib wives
S., es abint merbe and Sdpleme Court justices at a brefasit in Washinn. ,o


By ERKINS E JOHNSON her former france Danny Ellman nome ;.n anticheesecake kid be-.
USEA Staff orre.ponmdent who, told me: "I hope Joan -finds caus .o her dramatic emoting -a
Sreat- Mrppines.'t "IV. was the official cheesecake
HOILYWOOD (NBA) Un7Z .- Lutie m6r the Las Vegas golf touri-
coveriag Holvwood: Will Palm: Eddie Albert is slated to play ibment. Guess she changes her
Sprisigs. realtor Jerry Nthanison toe husband who puts- Susan Hay mind a- ofter as she changes B'.
bt' saying, Married Joan" Ru- ward as Lillian Roth, on the A tahis.
crsa arefl3ing that he Wad TV ; ath ini the flfm version otf T'Ill -
star Juan Davis have set the wed. Ciy Tomorr'w"' Another Lib- This is Hollywood, Mrs Jones:
.ding date. a ndl didn't get a crAce press release can now be Lana Turner and Lex Barker have,
'no" ,pos Joan-when I checked -nebunkeo. Dave Berman of Holly- tteparae "Hib" and "Hers" tele
w,th wood, not Christian Dior of Paris phone ustmbers
Uipp-d phis fancy dads for hr -
It wa';st '. 'yes,". either but: tiviera Hotel. Las Vegas, engage Not in the Script: Joe O'audios
"Ho i 1ly, have nothing to ro rent. descripti oq (if a certainttfim star:
roryt. il I decide to get inar Iie's in ego beaver" ,
ried, Il ,et you O.i Matra Corday, the movie cutie -
But ia ecenliv told me she had be The Jtn Vdt, PLU Mtnd
,' ,, i ,,., A Tialm ankowkhe ad.tunimagr t
ii i- I3aramount broke a ale of
I' ny movie bigweels when Price re-
Caled Taliuah's comment when
at ,actress a ked for some advica-
Sn her TV debut. .
*, *y I"i. Advised Tallulah: "I have just
,..'eJ eJone sugestiin for you, dahlizng
I Mona Fre-man was back on
SBing Crosby's arm at the Palm
SSprI ,s Beath conber Play.
IN t N. 1ichard'Nash's divorce
JUS &ECEIVE i if a and now he can marry ac
tress Janice Rule Leslie Ca-
run's ex, Geordie Hormel, is liv
ThE g in Austr, ilnn., these days
and ponderig ether to enter hii
father's meat packtg business.
LATEST MODELS Well, ?s ecann before.
Hollywood M4lestone: Ann Sherl
an~c dan, the onetime "Oomph" girl,
XFROM plays her fi t mother role oppo-
site Steve Cochran in "Come Next
i rin i I-'. an It a A11-eaJdd daugh

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ter and a iine-year-old son for
Ann in her. fjrst movie In two
On0 proof that Pupi Campo-
raintains a permanent Florida
residence is'stanilding in the way of
Wsi divorce from D.osa (South Pa
r,:flc; Coteio and his marriage to
Rosemua'y Cuoney's sister, Betty.
Red Nichols once the jas trum-
pet king, returns to the record
gieldfor the first time in 20 years
Wth four new Capitol discs. Dan
nyv KaY will star in Red's film.
iorapy, 'Intermission," penned
obrt Smith. At the peak of
mis career, Red retired to help his
,laughter fight her way back to
health after a crippling attack of
Recently recotciled Ruth HW
mapan" oar4jer.RaU are about
,O tl aiS. she sails
t B-,.n tO waoBar with Paul
SDouglas "Joe MacBeth" and
je sails to HPwaii or the annual
yacht race. kezar July. But their
domestic sl pa 1is k on an even

"Mr. Roberts" an 'tratetic
Air CommUM" are a couple of
moviess you shbdhb't mits. The
best of the spring crop.

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Bourbon at its Bestl

If. y o~U want a real Bourbon wky,
Oer BMulbom
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comruee was z4485o-lo el-
tlian the adni:nistratioq had asked
and $26 077,746 less than Congress
voted for the department 1 as f
year. -
The biggest cut, 380 million dol
lars, was mde in highay funds
frr the Bureau of PuMc"Roads.
The committee said the 100 mil-
Lon it approved should meet all
obligations a n d commitments
j.rough the next yea.
The committee cut (16,980,000
from funds to complete the Inter-
American Highway. It pared 48
million from subsidies for airlines
and steamhip companies an
3 8,1 0 0,000 from shipbuilding
The committee voted only 8 mil-
lion dollars lor the Inter-American
Highway through Central Ameri
ca. It sal.L favors finishing the
roadway but opposes the adminis-
tration's program to complete it
iu three years.
The committee refused to pro
vice any f4nds for building a pro-
posed high-speed tanker and two
"'austerity" cargo ships.
The civil Aeronautics Authority
was fvoled 103 million dollars, .a
cut of $313J,0W.
Funds for grants-in-aid for air-
rm'rts wtr inreased by a 9 million
to 20 million Adollarq.

Officer. Boards
Sub The Hard Way
SAN DIEGO, Calif. .(UP) -
Chief Petty Officer R. E. Berry
has found a rew way to board his
vessel at sea.
Berry missed the submarine .a-
ton when it sailed on routine
training mhaneuvers off California's
south n .oast.
SThe exetrcle called for the Ra-
ton to submerge to the bottom in
order 1o train submarine rescue
operators. She released an oil slick
which was spotted by a plane and
the -ubmarine rescue ship U. .S.
Chanticleer rushed to the scene.
Contact was made and a sub-
marine diving bell was attached to
the ato's escape hatch. That
ended the drit except -
When the 1hateh was opened,
Chief Berryn temed iato the sub



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ion is $95. "A DC tofl
Douglas plane fotr 5
S has been chartered and '
a Tocumu Ahl port, Satue
28 at 9 a.m and will ret
day, May N at & 30 p.
Sights eelag trips have
hanged in Medillin and
w /here e-xenursoe will be
lhe new and old eitv to
rit via the ietqlr r-
through the ,La Habann ,
tr.e Zipaqulra salt mine
ry touring there t idergrouwid
t.iedral and to Tequenda
*'* '. '"' "tgota River
down 568 feet.
I For further inform allot
crvatiors, please call'Bal
or write Bos 573, Anoon,
itarp personnel can qont
V'SO-J.,.B Club, Balboa 1

SDy "Streami b F looked

SSteady Rains Hit DusttBowl
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Ti D, Col. M (UP) food crest sweeping down on the A"i.)_5 MALI RIEZLY
S steady beat .~ on the town ... 4AMasuFAa%416M A$sHP
alt owl and adjacent othwest There had been no casualties. C&L ws c AW r OUT His
yesterday sendngflood dow n however, and no frh fears wee SINATURE.
.st ea la forcing riIt because of the aw threat.
o persona from their hornes a- The rains. biggest on the dust-
the Purgatoire River h e re choked jains in years, came from n.
evacuation of more than 500i pearly stationary storm that --
aer In southwestern Oklahoma: sucked moisture from the Gulf of
Wst Texas. Mexico up against the Rockles and u. A.B V
.The rains were general over the their caused it to be dumped in RIVA* LS
ce-ar d Great Plaap portions of t'u rests IN. v
.,Astern Colorado southwestern onme communities where v i r- lo .
.Kansas, Oklahoma Texas, New t.ialy little rain lad fallen in a
Mexieo and Wyoming, many of tar s time reported rain up to
Whsae.counties have been declar- ur inches in a 36-hour period,
ed federal emergency drought di- while a' Raton, N.M., 21 mriaIes i-
paster area south 6f here, better than eight
utehes wai recorded at the city's i"
Both the iPrgatolre and ArkanLi ilserv .
has rivers, which .joip .0 milesT Soma parts of Texas and Okla-
r.rt.heast of here, were flowingI himk ven outmatched this with
c.ut of their banks at places in Brady Tex., reporting 15 inches
Eastern Colo ado bi the worst in the past few days and nine-inch
~ood situation was at this town rains ere -eported in southwest --- a
of 12,000 which was in-danger of ern Oklahoma. a,
Irolation by the high water. jouthetstern dolorado, where the
Melting snows in he Sangre de Dust Bowl was worst, also had inc
Cristo radge of the Itockles 30 worst fluods To the north and east
miles west of here helped swell ,lA here the Arkansas was slopping L
the Purgatoire and authorities t.ut of its baiks below Pueblo and
ssaid they haid reports' of a ne w was baak-full at La Junta. Las Anlmas near the con
tluence of Arkansas and Pur
H i MM lA toire officials dd. not fear the
II .c OmpftII Ipssibility of a flood. The t w u
'. .- reams jqin in the center of a
VjlAS mnniAn.. t lke bAd of Caddoa Reservoir, a
S ln r ject thathis s been vir-B i
For Commerce DepL The f d herewas described by
S. police -hief Charles Gatlltzo as L
WASWINGTON, May 30 (UP)- .,the worst I've ever seen." A San- K m mll a
the Houtse Appropriations Commit. ta Fe Railwroa official said it was i m u iEm'w and
.te yesterday, voted $12Ia, 435,000 the to vn's most severe since 1925. '.t You armfeelinga run-down., et up
U,. y..Bo.l.,,..m-. vv.- ,., W.Wm ,,. "...i e n n* ta attr9n1212., orsuffer from Daektcne. strong
fo the Commerce department Five hundred persons at scatter cloudy rine, Bur inf Passie, Rheu-
niekt yver after ordering an 18 per ed localities in southwestern Okla- maiuL.ime, ;Pa&ini. SwoUen Anikles,
(Wnt cut in funds requested by homa were driven from their Neruvonoes, Dlziune. and feel oda
President Eisenhower.-. homes b be 4he tcausea
The mountainidds western two- Wrong food and drinks, worry, colds
The .ecopoiny-miqded committee "rds 9of lorado .alsQ received ,6erWork pla t heavy strain l
eaimina'ed tartlyy a $10,000 fund heavy snow tall with up to 30 inch- poorly. And often may hqed help to
Coninterce Se aes Sin dlair e on 9,38;-fvot LaVeta Pa s s, ro.i purify your blood and maintala
sn secretary SincI airjo ... fiad' a 'GlCray enArPy.
Weeks had sought f&- lunches, en- where aR portion of the GU l ray e* i. eY w id .
tertainment and .po sible evere. Fircus w'as temporarily halted. by a Af Incintermna me anfold.t
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uewell Sower Given By e pated in all activities. 5 Robert's i Fon enly
rKbbe -am-Csminlq erecjuhments were served to nickname Bow htly
lver' Wives' Club eighteen members of the clu b, Nickbame forN ...r
rs. Rth Lrdon was honored ho attended the shower to wish ichael DOWN '
a "Hankie Shower," held at the ron Bo 12 PrevariesteO I Man's name
Krt obbe NCO Club. Sunday, Coteo golo CPO Wives To Native metal 2 Corridors
* ay 15th., Mrs. Lardon has bees S e rSt. incentde Pa ome 14Germ er 3 Prostrate
member of the Non-Commission- e (PO Wives' Club Id theiI 15 Vip4 Lords (ab.)
Officers Wives' Club for the gular monthly meeg Tu e s- 16 Scottish -
t seven months, and has part- day- May"10 n their ub rooms sheeptold Mountain
Sa.the t PO Club at CoC8olo. 17 Abound (comb. form.
The n.eeting was conducted by: 1 Rubber tree 7 Has existed
the president. Mary iuley. A newj 19 Man's name 8 Encountered
.n1 .N. member. Mrs. EBlee 'Heyn was (pl.) 0 Form a notice
1,00 introduced. .. 21 Blackbird of 10 Sharper
The Mother's Day Bake 8 a le' cuckoo family II Type of fur
Swas reported as a huge success. 22 Thick
f I' i ii i i The CPO Wives' Club voted to 24Communion
SJB O O K S-L give their support to the St. Vin-i plate
S nDRASTICALLY eat De Paul Home for girls in 268Landed *
AoloST. property
REDU(ED MaRs are being maett to-lold a 28 Whist term
in THIS WEEK'S I'ot LudK Supper m The CPO Club 20 Biblical
SSPECIAL: ARTS, a uly. pronoun
SCIENCE, SPORTS Alter the mnting luncheon1 30 Ontario (ab.) --
TECHNICAL. FiCTION, was served. Hostesses were, Mr. 31 Organ of
ALL SUBJECTS. Virginia Ifukey, Mts. Lois Hre- hearing
Om- I up. iron, Mrs.EKilcen Higtins and Mrs.: 32 Babylonian-
I llFrom I Oc. up. Wynn Hayes. iBskygo i d I -
but none higher than IW $Tn "ay" -nsky god
I 398 Balboa "Y To Show 33 Venerate.
Unt l ednesda on) Orange Bow ilms 36 Tie up, as
(ULntilWednesday only) I The YMCA of Balboa will conti- orse
MORRISON' S -,.e 'he series of Pan Amrerican 40together -
K lVlVlIlMMJ^.'^e J," I Wcrd Airw-ys films, on M day 41 Female r l, Ii.I-
(Opposite the Ancon P. 0.) iay 23. snoving tain time tue ptc-. 42 Make lace
Sure of Orange Bowl 1952 an d 43 Enclosures -
Wings to Haiti, which will be exhbi 47 Operated
bIhited af 8 p.m. 48 Genus of n
i The Public is cordially invietd tol willows
Attend 'hese Round the W o r d 50 Boy's name
SA revels every Monday night. 51 Native of
----wwwy Media
Miss Elane Ciark Hoored By 5 Gull-hlike birdl
R il L~Crystal And China Shower ,--
VIA ESPARA On Saturday, Miss.Elaine Clark

SS II N Y was honored at a crystal and Chi-
S U N A Y M na shower given by Mrs. J. R.
im -. Clark at the Army and Na v y
marriage to Warren Cook will take
S. I -, ': place o.n June 25, in New York.
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Delicious menus

...and enjoy
a delightful new

ed lots of pep?

g;:.ft r?5 at
The juices of I different, lgarden-
fresh vegetables a-re blended into
this fmuoul drink. You'll love its
lively favor, and thrive on its vita-
min-packed good-
ness. At mealtime-
or between meals-
V-8 gives you the
refreshment you
want, and the nour-
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Smith amazing new CHLOROPHTLLIH

: ow--fe your dog Ken-L-Ratio, the dog
NI food that gives him complete nourishment
pus the amnia benefits o chlorophyl.n, Naturne

| .m L-Ratiom Is the famous dog food packed ,IA
SI -j red meet... choice cuts of U. government
I' Mpopectd home meat. It's the canned dog food that
:a mds dog odm-fast-now that Ken-L,-Radon co*
chloropyllin. And the wonderful part of it dl
d*tht tsR-L-Ration brings you thi tremendo
ir d 1t r0o EXTrA CAOT.
SVpp be*if b Ih giai your dog table scrapes, no
te ti t eunge to appetizing, nutritious Ks
It'sthe ey, economical way to give your
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relief. The very first spoonful of this,
world-famous medication brings
comfort. You feel it spread down
your throat-helping to break up
athe tick, choking phlegm... lear-
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membranes. You notice right away
bow much easier it is to breaths
ad to swallow. ,
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Miss Clark were: Mrs. Evelyne
Clark, mother of the bride to-be.
Mesdames Dorothy Neville, Blod-
wen TuibyfLi Ruth Townsend, A-
bce Meyers. helen Lyons, Gladys
Lee, Ines Vosburgh Grace Zier-
ton, Rochelle Head, Eleanor Bueh-
lIr, Pat Michele, Jean Hill, Jean-
nette McKibbon, Mary Eu gene,
Margaref Ward. Mary Blake,
Grace -Dunn, Maryjane Paulson,1
Louise Caldwell., Marjorie Da n--
iels,. Julia Thibodeau, Evelyn Pet-
tung, Muriel Suriel Shaw, Marion
Lucas, Charlotte Herr, Jof eCol-
linge, Nancy Hatchett., Margeritt
McG!izin, Elsa Proback, Jo Ther-
rill, Jaift Vnton, Bea H a r n e d,
Fobbp Hackett, Dorothy Dfweh,
Kay trer, and Lucille S m it h.
Misses ElizAbeth Gunby, Emma
Walbaum, Ethel Ferguson, M il
dred McMahon, Eloise Monroe,
Hazel Matthews, Ma Brigham
snd Dorothv Moody.

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ACCORDIONIST Tommy Lane wi be .ne f tb' r artists
tonight with -the second edition of the sA r 5trifll atithe
Boys State ball na the Strangers Club. The bell, whieh-was ae-.
eeufully presented, lastSaturday night at the A*eresai Legion
Club, will also feature a number of other' enteata"m asts.

Visiting Amy Unit

Gets First Hand

Look At Panama
Besides daily jungle training,
Jumpers of the Seaond Battalion
Combat team, lfh- Infantry,
llth Airborne divlon, are get-
tine a first hand lool at points
of interest in the. Republic of
Through the efforts of Special
Services, USARCARIB, Sunday
excursions are -planned for 'the
Port Campbell, Ky., vlsItors,,who
recently participated in-exercise
"Barracuda'6 and are. presently
undergoing jungle warfare train-
ing at the 33d Infantry~ regi-
ment's Jungle, warfareTralniig
Center. Civilian guides contract-
ed by JWB USO, aceohipiay-the
troopers as commentators.
An avei f 100

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Enjoy. the '"sire" advan-
tage of this Greaseless Sup-
pository It Gives Houirs
of ConMeawus Medication
Now the uramt need of *Ue
ing women for an easier, dain.
tier and more convenient way
to intimate feminine eleanli.
ness s satisfied thanks to
ZoNrros. And here's why '
Znltors ire one of the mon
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bale for tis purpose:
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greanless, st iulst vainal
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University of PamamD- Old Pan-
ama, Chinese- gardens and
French canal are among the
sights of interest pointed out
Curing the eloursions.

Highlight of a recent tour was
a stop at Miraftes locks where
sightseers watcnhd its operation!
during transit of an ocean go-
ing vessel.

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WASIG'OTON, Map V.(UP)- ..-. By GAYNOR MAO t* '
A Senate armed services subcom.- '.
mittee said today millions of A- If you are planning adanpAjg .
merican lives would be lost beo meot luncheon or paper, tp
Lause of inadequate planing if an chicken a la king &n gre an
enemy launched an. H-bdb ttuck and rice ring is just to-your erder
now. Joan Rock, one of-the country's
The -subcommittp c a lej d on outstanding food experts, gave it
President Eiseahower--to' assume to us.
personal responsibility for getting Chicken a la King tn Green Bean
an adouuate civil defense program and lice King
under way. It said the theory civil takess 4 or 5 sering s)
defense is primarily up to te Chicklen: One-quarter cup butter
states was outmoded'when Sthe H- or margarine, % cuflour, % tea-
Trhe report retaled recent tesd- teasDon -mon ea mat
raony by Gen. Nathin F,. Twining, 1W teaspoon paprika, can (1
Air Force chief of stiff, that ouncesi, -broiled mushrooms, -ap-
Russia's new heAvy 'jet bomber i sroximately 2 cups milk, 2 to 3
"aimed squarely in: .ur dtirte'c, cups diced- leftover chicken, 1-a
tion." cup diced pimento, 1 cup cooked
Evacuation of target:areas. s'the o caned peas.
key to present civil defense .plan- Melt butter or margarine; blend
ing, the subcommittee.noted, yet hi ,flour, sait. pepper, monosodi.
there are no plans ab aul for house urm--glutamate and paprika. Drain
iLg and feeding thousands of eva- liquid from mushrooms into mea-
cuation plans. during cu; add milk to make 2
The assessment of- the civilde- cups; -add to-4first mixture. Cook
fense program was contained in over low heat,' stirring .constantly
an 'nternm report by 'a-bpommit- .ultil -sPooth and thickened. Add
tee adedby asite1*s Kenfiti mmushroos, .eChiben pimento and
ver. (Dtenn u, tiich has been In-pas. Heat.
:4stigating the situation. The re- Rice Ring: Onet tup noed
prL .was approved today by the rice, 2% cups, water, 1 ton
Mull co ltfitWele r ifat, % teasaoon'bm6xflaosfiuh
Lack of :an adequate civil 'de- tam'ate, (No. 2) 'an (1 podi )
fense program is a calculated risk <.ut green, beans 2% to 3 cupa
tais country no longer can afford chicken a. la king, % teaspoon
In view of the growing Soviet abi- moeoaodimnu rjiSjmj$ t %t to
bty to produce and deliver H- taste "
bombs, the report said. Cook rice -itl6t.1 tr,
The subcommittee suggested the teaspoon mo"uosdeda to
President set aside a "Civil, Di- until tender and all' aM ipl-kb-
'ense Week" in which to acquaint -urbed- aypoon' layert
the people with what a theimWunu- bottom o0 weleiled.
clear attack could do to the coun- mniold. Heat'itealss in' t e l.
try ad bow the.federal govert- Use **emakinl rice 4trciot
ent is preparing to meet it. beans alternately'to fill mj.liel
Federal authorities should plan. fdll. Place mi moderate oi 0
for evacuations and' miassfeeding onirees F.) to heat throu eat
and medical care of the popula- ken with. monosodiu gluta.
tion in case of attack, the report mate: add salt if ede tn
said, because "these. problems are Jold out upside down on hot lhat-
bcyond the capacities of the states ter. Fill center with hot chicknp
alone to meet." mixture

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Ti'Koldnn tversay celebration Isn't what t we
S. cracked up tond of fnl lile aAt sd sMuarI"

PEACE IN THE ANIMAL WORLD-"BitZ'," the fox terrier,
takes ever baby Bitting to give "Miss Fancy," the cat, a rest. And
Bitzy doesn't seem to shind one bit having a few kittens crawl
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wqua .uqrp sucm m mim a uu-
eilarcion sylng he wqulnt nat-
ert to Iavade the Cha main-
AM do-
Thwa d tl there waWat rea-
st a for ie Nationalist to It0 up
Queoulq ansMatBe.

To LI"II. ockd
BERLIN, My n TI r'
Soviets today rejected Western
proposals to liii. be,... /
b_=d nd the three Western
ambassadors announced they
will refer the problem of their
The ambassadors of the Unit-
ed States, Britain and France Is-
sued a comMunique after an un-
succeufujl four hour, meeting
with Soviet envoy O. 0M. Pahkin.
In It c aid $hei govIeta re-
jecftd a etern protbal that
the problln of. exorbhatnt tolls
vied yll y comnuaU .t" :onB,
truck traffic into Berlin nadlul
be referred to Germae, ,ejDrts
for sett.lent.. .,
The ,'commtuniue added that'
the Soviets maintained bluntly
that the matter was solelyj
within the competence of the-
East Gerinan authorities."

Blind Helper
Goes All Way
JACKSON. M1is., May 20.(UPi
-Eddie Jackson helped a blind
INegro, James Brooks, ac'oas the
street today and. then .robbed
*poed. .4..

TODAY 0.60- 0.30
Shows: 1:15 3:12 5:06 -
4 2:00 S-:5& .lal. -
t hectic, .hiarldus story i,
Smab and a maid whose ro-i
mance goes on the rocks I4
uproariously told in "Phtfft"-
e year's funniest comedy. *

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Balboo 4:30 6:15, 8:00 IAnLO S. 6:15s 1.30
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Babies get all- the breaks ..4heyo cqd(i.W i
pampered, bought everything they could possibly
want. But that's all right'witti ialt..."*"lBif'
we love things that make baby's ,worl4 bri
and comfy. If you love babies (knd wh6b doesn'.J,
you'll adore our selection of baby clothing.

"'" 'Lovely birls'Dr iser'
from 1 to 14

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* Knit Shirts .. -'
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thismods modern al. Store is ulptred
into racefL, ode% saapes, ich piece
poeseming perfect balance as well as
common beauty of line. Stegr's utia
finih is ao-taruishable, requiring optr a
miimuid of care. Steger in wise hoie
fw. mv homap u a be sns get of
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Pol, Kiosco To Match

Strides in Headliner

Six Class C imported thoroughbreds will match
stride' in what siould- be a thrilling featured $650
mile race at the Juan Franco race track tomorrow
afternoon. .
The Stud Buena Fe's Impress- Its in theiMay Dky(Dia del Tra-
e newcomer gscorial, .nuel bajo) Handicap,,peturnm to the
chevsky's strong fi ting race. showing gW form n'a a
1, the aStud ap's stretch burfnt;- m Oih it
ng postlbovich and the Stud Manuel yeVIA= YOM ha e leg up
rien's disappointing KiOsco with 0u. to .
the top candidates for vie- V all r t,-tsprint
eIs However. the Cococha St- er i- e race,' 1l a tmp$ to
Ie's Valley Star and Mrs. Loly make a post-t-~-pOat ;reappear-
e Lazzarn's router OSyonder ance. She also has been showing
wouldd spring a surprise. good form during. workouts. Jor-
Escorlal, winner of two of his ge Phillips will guide her under
-'ree local starts, will be ridden 106 pounds.
; Ci this occasion by Concepcionf Oyonder, a trailer in the $15,-
1 (Toche) Rulz who recently re- 000 added President's Clsic.
turned from a successful earn-will be making his first start
-i 4m in Managua, Nicaragua. since winding Up. a trailer in
r al -Ihas been *assigold. 115 that event. Steadily improving
tInds by the handicapper. Andres Gonzales Will be in the
saddle in that event. Steadily
.. *'. Postinovich. second to the improving Andres Gonzales will
'*stly improved Barge Royal be in the saddle at 103.

P. A. ~

formance on the-part of the 4
Worse than th$W it was a :
practically very rae in the I
his elbows and l iea In close
below thq--belt ankoAe hit 0
Whether, Mrcino's tramu
Cockelh' s tach refual to yiel
and therefore were born of ani
de, berate, no Oat' but a practL
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'last Saturday by only a half-i Ten other prospective thrillers .. -- g
length in the fast time of 1:21 are included on an attractive BROTHMR AC- Since bhuttlig out the New Yofe Yankes,
S4-*5 on a dead track, will carry Saturday program. Apr. 29.Bobby Shantz. shown d~iao nmi signs with brot W l. I a
134 pounds this time or five mtr. has been impressive. That's good news in base bal1.[ e-
iJore than in his last effort.-Es- daily in Kansas City. The little southpaw had a bat, 1 s.
-BIal's winning time over the n -rnne for two years. h
e distance on the same day JUaII 11 / I tIin l1J la 'a" -1 1
1:23. Fortunato Hidalgp will By CO NRADO
Agin pilot Jose F. V. Berone'sl B OD li
JUa aCO Graded Entines
Fol, reportedly improved in his 1--Newbrllhton Gaucha Juan ,- "- t
Workouts, will be ridden by cagey 2-Pompllo Ciprodal "* -
Cristian Rebolledo (R. Cristian) 3-Bugaba Okiland p.p. Horse Jockey W COMMENT "MDD
and should be a tough nut -o 4-Piro a (e) Tosipongo ,.
Crack. Fol wound up a poor 5-La Cea Golden Tap It. Race "I" Imported 7 Fgs.P Ve 375.00 Pool Closes 1:45 6
third behind Barge Royal and 6-Esquiador Lord Basnr First Race of the Double 5
Ppstinovich his last time out 7-Fanglo encachada 1-Qa iha Since:z 11 -1'Uuallv tunnerun i-1 s
t'll tote 118, three pounds less 1-Takeaway Sliaola. -- '. Foot A. Gonzales 99O hot possibility 8-1 I
than on the previous occasion. I --nuematodos Majestic (e)e -om Collinsa B.' ss f H score in upset 5 -
.Klosco, a disappointing laostIl-Escorial Postinovich 4- onzaga MX. YcaU 110 ,-I .ter good chance 2-1 C
' when he went off mutuels favor. 11l-Rabiblanco Filon (e) 5-Newbrighton J. G6ngora 110 -Iftt was revealng 3-2 *%
t 2nd Race "0G" Imported 1 MUeurs 40." aoo l Closes i1S
G o l D u st jF- L rSecond Race of theDouble
-- 1-Ciprod M. Yaza 108 -Could payoff here -1
2-PomplUo A. Gonzalez 103x-Mutuals favorite Even
By HERBERT MOISE And now, the National Boxing 3-Hurtecano E. Ortega 103 -Distance to lking 5-1 p
Association of America, has 4-Cruada G. Prescott 106 -Racing l tiop for 2-1 a
"We want a return math, made it known to the president 5-Fairlyable B. Baeza 10Qx-Dpelds on start 3-1 V
n whe *e. tirris r 'n ri'Mer of 'the Colon Professional Box- 6-Nogailno R. Oritlan 115 -Excluded from betting
any conditions"-Pedro Teals ing Commistlon that "you acted *
Sand his advisers. with much afethought and .
his has been t cry frop f e would further say' that, accord- 3rd Base "1" Natives 6 Pool Closes :4
re d iS r'" a other of0thecor- ,;.0 P S
arwel at respn ence to 1ko, Antho- 1-Avivato A. Qonsalez 19S3-Not agas these 1
Arena. TeW ands ish. y.Petronella, fBA resident 2-Buga M Ya.114 -Could alift Even
are not too convinced that went on to say, "There Is enough 3-Tap Lady F Hidalgo 15 -ates good .chance -1
sy ca "beat us"n a reur grounds on that core to act 4--ouden fan J. Phi-llps proving slowly 4-1 '
S ohateast you have." sre to' a 5-De Pit H. Reys -Longhot with chance 10-1
6-h.vlla.d -. L. OraldO 118 -Dangerous contender 21
This writer sees the retur -
I -Moore flgbt out1rew the 4th ace- "H" Natives FMPu $2y 75.00 Pool Closes 2: 0
SZ nes-Moore bY a sieablI nte naionae QlU N ,.
"Al rgln. That en be Interpreted a'e
,i eantng that the champ to a 1-Yosipongo M..Hur y 120 -Ratte good chance here 3-1
er tIte attraction than Mar- -onquisnador J. Padil1a 105X-Has strong finish 10-1
.-o 7The fury. coodshed and 3-Calnar6n O. Sanchez 130 -Down in clas 3-1
n i the Tesiq fight was 4-VillarrEal 8. Carvajal 110x-Good recent races 2-1a
tely lckn in the Mart- 5--Pret6n J. Rodriguez 112. -Usualy disappoints 3-1
e utery lcklngn in the Marti- W L Jfet. GB 6-,,tin Igual A. Gon alqz 97t-Not to recomendo 8-11
onste .thla to pleane Montreal ... 22 11 .667 I -- ;Nacl6n .K Yesa 115 -Biting early speed 5-1
e Merne.-Moore fight'" Toronto 20 10 .T po) J. G06ngora 104 -Rates good chance 3-2
dull and ori. But the Rochester 17 1i elria) M. Zebals 115 -Hard to beat here 3-2
n lopicelvy rates a return Havans .... 18 13 .581 3 '
h, nnt only an his presen- Columbus .. 15 15 .500 5ih' -.
Nbit also on the negative Buffalo .. 917 .346 th Natives 7 Fgs;Purse $37L0 Prool Closes 2:55
tds that the dotor ordered Rclhmond .. 10 20 0 101 .. L. Giraldo 118 -Racing toblst form 3.2
anes (r *-ho d we spy. Syracse ... 6 20 .231 12 j. inchez 112 -Got left. in last 2-1
amended that Martlnez"' ---- 3ffio 4. Ycaza 105 -Light weight. -qid help 3-1
St for at least two months .4i-Smen Tap C, Ruiz 124 -Always dangerous here 2-1
use of a "superficial ora- Buf.falo 010 101005- 8 8 a l
injury Montreal 10102105x-10 16 1
ha pleas t us to see the Bunnag l Stump ? and Me- 6th e 'H" I imported 7 Fgs. Purse 400 Pool Closes 3:35
S pI an" thl t the C0lon Whorter: Cral, MClkenq (8), L Fimt Race of the D ie .
4,miaisol n used during mra whin (9) and Bucha. WP- rno J. Gonora 110 -Longhot osaltblity 10.1
orOhocolatico verti Craig. Lp-unhing. HIR-Kress, gi Re lOx-Poor eforf In last 10-1
CaTh Cgnailsalon itd e i. Bea 104x-R tes outalde.chance 8-1
moetsatut since the l Orlstln 118 -Shooald score on form EvenI
AWi, 1665 when they tochester' 001011 013- 7 11 1 aur 0. mhcrfha 112 -Dangerous MtenAder 2-1
t4 d en -I roen1o 1. 080 01x 7t--S. 14 Camajal 102x-Coil tket a 3-1
eacept that Mark&il, 5ii 3), ackinon _,.
was 'leMgal (3), Be ard ($), Walker (8t and
Ofet.o of 'the Burbrnkb Rand (8); C. Johisnn 7th.,'iSi `. 'T' Imnprta 7 Fgs.Parse 5375# P1e l Closes3 3235
"ty and Berberet. LP-Markell. HR Bcond Race of the Detttl
SWre einie lon that -Jethroe, Brandt. -* Vldlvia 118 l s soon 5-1
". arbitrary. In 'G. Unchs 112 Fi est at ,etaway 3-1
the on-and they Sracuse 101130 000- 10 3 d L cass 113' -Ready t win now 2-1
nged the decision and Richmond 000012 05x-8 7 1 7da 9V. Cl10 118 -m- tuels fdeivltp Even
a-scores On the cards as Snyder, Johnson (6) and It- so ..Cstan. 115 .-Jockey should elp 2-1
M. ted in their attacks on man; Blekford, Zelser (5), V1z- tua V. eAJ igue 112zx-Not against these 15-1
SB selle (8), Fine (71, Jordan (9), -
r.feree Lay who was third Habenlcht (9) and Watliriton.
A the ring, Ipparently WP-Fine. LP-Johnson. th B GMe Natives % F. 27. Pool Closes 4:40
3 hourswriting letters ThOmpskins, Kazanski, Wood. Q.UINIBEL A
reply their "personal Columbus 000 003201-86 11 a i 5ao 103 -Hard to t 3-2
Two'letters in parti- Havana 0010-1000-2 lo 1 o. 108-Returns |bay 3-1
Isbod bdlferred to here. 115 -CB i 3-1
"V61 the *orld-fa- Kune' and Roarke; Lade 120 -V.N- 10- is a 4-1
6beEVth115 -,1&7 1
or who 1n his Moreno (7), Beantlebury (S ..WA 115 -4DoOst S 23-1
on Pit mention Ntble. L.P-Ladera. rA..0. 115 --etanse C-k 5 3-1
.-,Xtl% that the I hx-Ret urna-fon 10-1
tton Along The Fairwlay Pu"-'s .. Clo :1
here Is that F. ue um Closes "
Vr'. Flelascher's I2 1..
his personal PANAMA WOMAN'S GO '. --Must 4-1
--.'fW thogoubutIhe6'poorI
S Line up for Saturday's pWS I. 10B --Proter. flrice s-1
action, the tournament at Brazos Book ~ 113 -Returns Jm -f*V -
menmiges gw No. 1 Tee 113 Fatest e010_
dilens on 8:00 M. Taylor, N. Whiltey 115 -Rs goo te
but -on 8:l30 A. Lttle, C. Bur3 ]A. ..
eate fs1eynolds1
r ) Mud, 8:40 M. Askew, M. Abarr,. :i LlPurse WM .--Nd closes 5 !

n :d. 005 La Croxtma,. R. -].

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The fact remains, however, that the visitor was subjected to
a veiy rough time of it, and itf as a result. o his experiences
iut here last tulnt, he should get the adea th~n anyn lg goes
n tne Amerlw, rapg, anort o0 wieldigT a &ite. or puuing a
tun. you- coulin't blame him altoge .rete.
It isn't qult enough to say .,ocIe woald have been just
as decisively ana punlsnngiy beaten evest f n ignt had been
uO per cen Antaaepuc. abWsning that the hftn axer tne Oell,
tne elDowmg, etc., were umnifenuonai as ght very Weu
lave ,been they certainly didn't add .U60 the Brit-
shcr's chances, temoe as they adnuuedb' wvrb
eernaps- u here in 'te West were mq'W f-smen, and evety-
ody loves Roy 'ogers ana rigger, the t4pest yeu pay it tne-
oetter folK s it.. Obviously, referee Brownu must have liked it
hat way. )ot otne, to my recouqoutons, u the gentleman even
s much 8A admn mh Marciano, ana, ox tuw, there was no
ingsim annMa eeun of imucon ot pSflti".
ast is jitl efqse I making ooo _n of a point of the
bampo os .-.B tted ezerees, buts ina.:pea as the visitors
iad eeeive t a u bn cavalier treasmena reom the boxing eommis-
arsa before n ught ,- aud a sew of tasear quess ometea rea.
onabie enoun -.- wast suasequen ly Jaappenea 1in me ring some-
now had tne.appearance of puing 1i on,
l'near cnle& preo-ignt, Aquaw& eoncbrned the izse of the ring.
calliornas rpme provide 'lor any sae .ranging zrom 16 to 24 ieeb.
Liie riL&Man, peuLAo or a compromise aO-zooer was turned down
u aie Jioauu saey anoula nave suougat oi n soonerr.

Thb smaller the ring, the, more advantageous it is to the big
ittea. ",us tne o-etecb M'-nca ring m use helped tne cnam-
piol, J i, neipOa eadner man. no& i aI e she size uL me ring nad
ny Suupbran munxuence oun he seaui,. tucien nugis have sur-
ven Aluvaer', mnas, aau.
Ine alaws.ur wan a doomed man from the start. They could
ia'e ropea on ,iiS aase us 'ie&a ior a rAnm ana ne IaU wou
nave lAtu ea. second. 'kne on y par9 o, Lo, ouaeus gatng.equip"
oenz a is stricuy a nlg'-zeague 4 ais,.hear-. ifa Aner e 4n XIt
an naveao wa maore ziaigebus qaber i af tbhe Abuncy., boy-
santcegct~,aiOiQ Df'2 a .fno-camia oirtoz wieDaums at
flnQ% n. ',.. "' .' -if, .,. ,. .... 0. ...
relaneij ldn't have to leek. for him. When he weighed In,
rt as "vL men Mr, low zor a.m, voae0 was given to le con-
eationaL sIanner sMat Sae "yips' Ibaa goi anu, Was now wth
hle nagas ony naors away. ano ba succumoea to panic. ''he
pester of tn anagirang aiarroiano puanca *a begun ow haunt
.erue, there couldn't have been anything about the cham-
plon s pbncrasiicn remiuueu te Loc&nmy ua a summer asier-
Uooun &* ia1ghlIu, uut jts Wue sane ae Id-I I un ann isee mn
Lenuor ien ue o soppewea e anrst uone or tue ou ak, or Lme Oiui.
Un mle con0iUi.y, sor Lne most, has, ne Smoouu nis grounQ as
lorg as he coiuu, sv aicg o senIa uAn a CaucaduU iaSonstruLO* iarengcn
anmU muAuar v amesicc. anoe ynjy t'ouoie was he nag notumin so
aeud bnem uoi wnit. NoUanug more r OA imung toan, ane 'nan
iawuIs, sinoli b puuues itn a,. times aobKe La xe punes, ana a jao
sas was no mure tLan umnenarLy, aor au a ue ar a prassia ii,
uAa aid.nv Sn as camp exercises.
An anor6, taere wan6, a.eoaiice for Cockell to beat Marclant
because ne nan noting wia wncn w au mne joo. Ana yeb, mn
Ld esx)th round coSeuiA muialaea 1.0 iaia suua risul s0 one
law wanen macae Marca '0o Buaier lnomIanaLrim Lna j. had LO
wunr er ALn dn aLAiaur vMAfa asU 6 ULi&Iea aas 1w1e caumplon ana
me rnibaeaerd.
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CUCKINGO' ON HI0S Heavywel champ.
ctano-4hecks his nose at San Francisao t ow
no damage in his title boit "tt bIm

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Marciano began to take charge In the third round, and from ,ANf N TO SCATfERGUN
there on It was a nis gni ana n 4te oniy quetwson mal, remanea THATI
unaswered was wneu ae end evenkuaW j wouid come tha By WABREN PAGE
and wAstner some aing nugn& yet happen to Marcianos retread oo dior
w to. s aptle ox tne zacs m aSt nL% opponent was irrmg wan a
woodclalnusec. .hothing ali ana the end manyuy came after ees There'a. a elap re hunted birds
than one mlnu.e ox ilgnunsg m tUe ninun. with fpr years who always bad a
Coeeldl hadn't been knocked down m any of the early rounds, drea .of owning a super finq
though a savage right had drapod him over the mndae rope scatterpn. Vi'e ever had .a y
m-,k oster satthe bell in the eighth. There had been cies t houblesg all the grmse An
- in this roun4. ckell had almost Ilteray become phasa -r-he. w d a right to, mor
a" pbag. Marelaso n have hit him 50, maybe all sUtk he'd s fot &r years, but he
S lesin that one rond still had 'hat dreamr.
SIn. he ninth the Britishar was to go down twice for counts One winter he got wiad of a wl.
Of "7'.B "5" under a volley of slashing blows, one of which dow lag wo was selling off her
crashedflito his jaw as he sat defenseless on the floor, so des- late's guns. The result
perately' eager was Marclanq. to' the knockdown that had wad h acred a olland
been eluding, him round after round. and' Holland doable
When the Britisher ot up after the second knockdown, rub- A handsome piece' it was, the
b#r-lega d and glass eyed, tie referee, apparently persuaded product ft patient and prece.
there was no more fight left him, magnanimously decided to handwork by English gunorats
give him a break. He stopped t.. m..en, the oMldiners who start on
Sa chunk of 'letal with a file, end
fthei a Brooklyn Dodgers- Larr up with a beautifully fitted scabl
Underwood er-eraving on the side
A. Yes.-ln 137 lock plates as a t 14t tq any
tnm-1lovr'eye, sad_. e stock had
a.& .-a .. th"i delt.'.rnpi B that' only

24f ears in Natioal Lege
Writtn tlor NEA Service
QUWlCN: A nmner an tfit
iape tass. off tpo steat se"ad.
Tri uml*e at that bae ia cuiat
iuat of.B~ito, is ha the runBl


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lt a f tt ''- ~ -~B~y ithe Cleveland 4I iaft*s to e leghlit f
rU^.^ E I t a s wPu the econd one-rui vae- eW decision in the April 17 b
,- diet of the season for Hqurn,j te between Federico plminer
"bb t*4X' No. L dlapOintmentplM M ahama and dhocolatoo- -11U
Oa W. as the first a.L. piteh*,. to teo of Cube, when t]0 1ud|li
wn. Y11101 1o fits f r al letter awtnd alo ea
-.' .. ,' s beaten every team copy of a letter written
S'), smith (7) Tlefenauer (9), ague except the hicag I N. Lamar, wentije 'ea
--i-i- W.- "- .nRo-0 (1-), o. M _Wl ad t1 Ue iantsIn toin Cl o the Judges whe- offcatEtt
Jth-(apl J ?MBfDoBy. ,rar ad ae-run decision areG the fght, follow:
'ear "ed with a 7-4 record. ThMe at
nince Bejoik Dodger*s ra NATIO L BOXING A OCIA-
S" rd Wkith 4 rnu bou y TION OF A XCA
S. CubV .4 the Cinc innate B. w .
les' 64 the Braves' 5-7, the F-*
h P -irstes' 3and the Pla. Officee f the t *
'W" Philles' 3-8. 116 State p
S. In th American League, tthe p"""i *e, i
p. .n harersoa -miin^ -Dine.e Mr. .De ires dent
Lm ^ ;.________________. j one-run decisions and the ieM Coalion de Boxeo proflonal
med Soxn next with 64. Theo Colon
ltars wdritte byI Anthony admIttedly light AMl h VMS caSp White Sox are 4, artado 986
B Ua.presidept of the Na- rIole besto e. Mad ,TorkYanikees 2.3, the on Rep. of panaS
uat Ddzg Assocition of body. *more Orioles 44, the Detroit dear Mr. Dlado:
Auarla and enry N. Lamar, Met everyone prWent, which germ 8 t and the Wahingtoa en eMIacep sicare re.
- exeutue secretary et B the NBA. It hVe Included Plummer 48. t no being ble to nswe
ftri o in ufour letter of recent date incea
111 lDRin D, COreident L 0 o.iO m Cu had won by a left the GlantA I was either away ftrom my of- t
gad'teaserlight-udge Sherman wide mar&n. am t .loe, or so busy co ied ut
mook repectively, sh o ld To the amasement of te *6 asn of he west with a ee-gt to the mal that.had piledup
a bua c of blab- Co nn., however, In their table 2-3 showing. The Dodies n mw d k.I
b ;ig t0ape ,4#o0t_ ".8 ,b mot gW- eme home with a J3
forer a. aofI61a announcement slate tot their trip and a tOdy li- your mmal, that yeuamted with
.te/i were made In wa made after the fight, It was te three-game losing streak. mfh atorethousgWtl woevl ta 84d radio statons found that re eree 5rv@ Tullo In short, there was solid reaq n r sas ta a i t
iftgh n-e mlon's' re- Lay had, v otd o. Plummer; tor believing today that the league laws, you satwd legally,
decision in Judge ShermIBAi roka had also has shaken itself down and toat w y since feoiee Lay
h .I bout between scored Plummer's and thb oth- there'll be a race after all. itt to you that "If I did,
di. fr of Panama er judge Ileter ,erford had Don Mueller raised his league- I amde a mlstakqf" when you
Villarefio at given a o nC leading batting average to .403 Iy gestioned him In the rewnd
e ld ,April 17, the After C: te' ico lleting thies of the Giants' et8 e of "10-160." While
S t he NBA, ei- owr- d U ltWek frt hits and dehverinl in both thei ffl le cards, or
t tad (based 'on stamEoSe havlor of the .jg, s,.orin innings, e singled and ideit sd are avermnoot and
) In several Pan- th estatngl oked r the Gants' first run in h lleal et, I an

t en, AI. were:toe:tasYouhave..
aLed Alvin Dark with the winidu am enclosing a copy of let-
i after that Most of the Colon Hank Aaron hit his eight ter sent to Mr. herman C.
fight ju Pfwas wof the year form the Braves a ut HeWe L. Lainr,
1at- tied Bye Aeslg- Denny tll. cor a nch4Ma of' the Msa sschusetts
0. t,- ---- Atmath gme b y &f_ think you woud .e' -tar-
#Ufe find byPI tiDtol for ,g W I ints. 5oits .
ISg e 'Ior fflciaI~s nq. over a play at third base ia _t Ml. Delgado, we' regard the
a evolved, g of the Ihiing. R epublc o lusams a great
1 u, fight w em quest unable, NM member. I sincerely hope
been and he wha the one who made Hearn's 6-2 record was In start. you will have representation at
Months, the loud~ rS sts. Ing comparison to his overall sea- Detroit, Aug. 14-19 when we hold
have' sizable Lay tEd tra.hth iI's mark of 84 in 15. The 30 our 30th annual convention.
,ua i co waltsed which Plume,'# worst ycar old right-hander from Amlan Please keep up your fine work
SS nt of theS ten draw. Thmle wee many who a Ga. did't win his sixth gae and feel free toconf st us and
ofthep ton dameand feel free moanuytw

or the steady tatoo that the other heat$s, was the winner by The contest wa the onjy tin UA YrPe
*- Pce"' of the day or nlg t'In the majors P5d An in u
Wut al the teams reine President
When 1Lay seeeived a letter Ihe N.L. schedule finds Phila
rieH u e from Nat Fel0emier, editor of tIa at Brooklyn, New York at MaY 16, 1955
|* -,2 Ma, eondmnimag Pittabuch. St. Loui at Cineinna. Mr. Sherman C. Brooks
Semm en move Lay U ea o at ilwaukee. in Box 204
MA0JR LEAGUE LADERS had the letter publifshed ILs A.L., it's Baltimore at New Cristobal, Canal Zone
several paper andt ae m York, Poston at W shin toL. Panama
SPBniselon'a sld e waSjtkes Cleveland at Detroit and Kansas Dear Sir:
S LEADNG BATTERS some sides to Indlateathat Lay City at Chicgo. WA have your letter of April
S(ased on 75 official at bate) and CO. had wg their polL 26, 1 addressed to Mr. Her-
veF L Miller, In regard to the
'NATIONAL LEAGU oPMleljcher's communication *as bout held In Colon, Republic of
SNATIOan oA lon c but the n- Panama, on Sunday, nht, April
Player and elub g ab r h Pet. w ch la oe r body in such l 17, 1955, between Feeraco Plum-
MWeller, N. Y. 28 119 18 48 .403 cases, has defihUtily backed the lm Ir of Panama and Chocolatico
Cells, Bklyn. 32 121 22 42 347 CBC, and it will be tarea .t Villareno of Cuba, in which the
Virdon, St. L. -2 91 1 31 .341 to note what comments ex.- Wuip M-a C.B.C. saw fit to revoke the vote
hoent St L 28 107 36 Lay and his aoates and bacE u p -ll k g of the Judges. The C.B.C. cites
LOaa,. MIL 33 123 41 .333 era will now make. Articles 5, 6 and 63 of Reolu.
ARR LEAGU c*The Colon Doxlng Commission NEW YORK, May 20-(UP)-. 0ion No. 30 as legal authority for
AXMBXCAN LEKAGU can stick another feather In ita The no-hit Jinx already appears he action.
cap. to be catching up with Duke Article 2 of the constitution
power, lt. y4 2 37 .308 They received a challenge at Markell of the Rochester Red vof the National Bodin Asso-
13Xuenn, Detrott 5M 18 4 .M91 the Arena Colon on the night of Wings. IClation of Americ states that
a eDetroit 32-124 2 47 .379 April 17, and they Iz t like The orme ma r league al members f the National
Suer N. 80 11 31 40 331 the capable officials are. right-hander has pitched only ,ozing Aeolation shall abjde
Verton, Wash. 30 116 14 37 .319 They shwd gut, character one complete game since he by the emdilI ons set forth
and a profound ease of fairplay stopped the Columbia Jots with- and shall sept and enforce
In doing what was Just simply out lowing a hit, April 29. aS dociseon of the National
S HOME RUNS the right thing. The Toronto Maple Leafs Boxing Aseelaton "Insofar as
ne i....... hOne hates to think what might chased Markel with a six-run such eonditloin or deelsions
n n : "......11 have happened If they had not burst in the third inning last am not Iusmidetent with the
sf n rakedle s .... 10 ate a they'd o d night at Montreal and went on laws of the state, province, letr.
Ath leticS 10 ats off, and three cheer for to beat the Med Wings, 11-7. Sam ri or country of said com-
At h letc ... 10 the Colon Boxing Commission. Jethroe homered for the Leafs m o."
Do ........ --------- during their ,early uprisng. Under the elremtances,- this
RU NS BATTRD ~IN *ll iI The pace-aetting Montreal rling Is not an NBA matter and
MBHy A f k Royala remained a half- ame a- can be settled only through the
nider, Dodr 38 ........36 head of Toronto by turn back< CB.C. or the courts of Panama.
Cam eers 3 t, Buff B0- while i Wth kindest personal regards,
ver2 m, Senator. 29 Seated the 11praese efs8 Bainctrely yours,
Fiori, DaSen ...... s Mo n a threw hoesr by Ken :HenyN. Lamar
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A BATTERY OF 105 mm. Howitzers, from the 504th Field Artillery Battalion, "on
among the many items of equipment of this year's "Power for Peace" display at
Kobbe tomorrow. Open House at Fort Kobbe will be observed fran 8:30 am. to
the public to Open House are Fort Clayton and Fort Gulick.

THE USS OWL berthed at the U. S. Naval Station, Rodman, will be open for visiting
Open House at the U. S. Naval Station. Hours are from 9 a.m. until 3 pim. tomor
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INNA, May 20 (UP) -Fifty-
* adults and children died in
&sing communist movie thea-
he the twn of Wielocole-Kkr.
Sin Red Poland, official
i reports said today.
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Frvbuna Ludu received here
SjiMoscow. It said the fire oc-
d may 7.
Sof tiWe victims were chil-
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added that four Communist
tionarieb in charge of the
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I. sger, May 20 -
I .T-e French used tanks
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I C surge of rebel terrorism
threatened to flare into on
SFrench Nroh Africa.!
leg. Legionnaires, with ai',
support, moved a-
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AN OUTSTANDING FEATURE of the aixth annual J
Day demonstration to be held at Albrook Air Force
row, will be this ejection seat t et unt, employed 1
In the development of automatic eestion seats f
Jet aircraft. The special unit has be flown to A
Wright-Patterson Air Force Bise, Dayton,

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'Los Panchos' At El Panama

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p and wheat- trio Loe Pafhos will open
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Chou En-Lal Views With Hope

Prospects of Formosa Problem

LONDON, 44 (UP)-C4he.- When XU gni Menon went to Formosa aea durfhs ret T e ofidlal blv the oro*
IN a lew -W t w1llwi t hinaok week ago on Buropean tripV, I lt l iet v Q might. eto
i llda's V. K. EbM. MnM ono a visit obrvr ped egotla- today. pgrow- C= natoM*e some
^the Periese pueb. !are going t4on w d is; pIaonod A- InE W W4, camilatory et.
"ver well" and iitt eaa would ar fla u a bri about said ul rabe ce "ehflre %fhle a sid a ceam r laI
view te fure 'w1ith Ia1 pe" a& nmeaelpai States quton with Sovet 'an- "I fble r"%
This was disclosed In a New nd om mu i JChina. Minister V. I. MolV heto face--face tal i the
Delhi bro adat of the Indian Thd aja-s e Mai- wa ib Vienna for the sulng Chinese Communist on overall
rgenment tfoaion servInce nichi l a ds p rom of the Austrian tre -r Zast tensions. ,
0"Chou En-lal told newsmen Sew Dlhi' odayi. t Menon Theat-senims lategav.e
a -20 in PM, the talks wuld- pop a five-natieon the- .*wsevi i__ l 17 Some officials feel Red China
N /- V, ,K 4,, anon. on t o ~"md to avoidwar Chine in if whf m eventually may decide its in
V--the Formano etwere going -etwen Nationalist and Co-r- emae t deesem IndmEpeie of her own Interest to stop the
on 'very well' and one could look a t C shooting n the Formos tat
to the future 'with hope,'" the But the Communist broadcast Some d fI f eel however, In ~I way, they mid, m te Coa.
broadcast said. evealedof Getafls of the meet-. a l ...oncerned lst& mnmt. Weuld epe l to mprems
"The Chinese premier made Ing. Thee apparently were no Fomosan ch toueh off World ether Ad ameeti wh ir
this statement just before en- advisers or alds present. War Im. peaselui iaetios. .
tering his office for a final In a separate broadcast, Ra-
round of talks with Menon. 41o Pelping quoted Mr. Elscn- l
S "Menon said, 'We have nvit- shower as sayf at his press con- n i. MA iln lt
ed vice premier Chen TI to come ference Wednesday that "the Iel l Vl wl Miat
to India. He has agreed to come Ui. di ready to discuss the
Subject to Chou's approval," the question of ceasefire." .
"Chou nodded his head to in-I s m ha between the U.S. andTM iiary R ser
ithe way" in a taing mission. These will be pdicate his approval." China ad twfe the so-colled
the 1A iA e o Day en Hushe al Radio Peip .in a broadcast quatiM of a eeflre do not --
t the Armed Forces Day Open House atn ort heard in To sald Menon met exw." .
o 12 noon. Other Army Installations inviting tonight with Chou, Ohen and Malnichi said the Indian plan WASHINGTOl, May I(UP)- The move postponed action Om
(U.S. Army photo) communist Party chairman Mao for a truce commission was re- The House dropped President El- 6h measure rdfiy-osiby
Tse-tung. -vealed by sources close to Krish- sunhower's new compulsory mill- fur good-aj som of its
Pe pin m radle eo heo Ha Pamenon. ry reserve program like a hot ker pro to try to get it
P ee lde t Ise Eieworbe ot "clear- Seretary of. State John Fos- potato yestery after m bers through later th ssion.
FdA-M ile what 41016 aitulde the ter Dules sounded out Russia refused to kill an anti. daon i The impaea came when mem-

1 or TomorrowB CAROL CHRA i merit for e aid nthe h qgo re thei
+ J '1 +IImI. chl. e iAntry lab: Franels Birandl, paplakt .were~o lau, Clon a-
S___lb i School hrld Its Mae 'Ear nd iiarne, el, John lobert Sn .
A last minute check of Arteay, on s ay te ishool'l *1We tu u thaepWslt. Walter jar- Ans ston l p w brba16t Wait.
SNavy, and Air Force installations gym. Thas la the day that those accepted the certificates for
i I-of the United States Armed students who have earned or the entire gatoup. ..wSS' ." 'IB MS'J .
I-^^^Forces on the Zone finds them merited awards due to narticipa- "Diamond Masks," the award dca .mFlred _lM.- lnSav nSL > a
l ^ Jbusily mrausterin many Im res- t aon In the various devttles, or for the Dama Club, were pre- da Stialey, wter_ _.illy 1831 cmp _,?,__
sve display~ an h n- have shown themselves to be aeuited by. drana director Mas- Sue ppencer, Jaimf eodrtguu. made
lightep the visiting throng outstanding In other fields, re- selpian. Only five senoors recelv- Vieltk deClrracla, 5lnor the- Uw w gbptt
ted at the day-ong cebra- ceive recgnition for their serv- ed their mask. They were PI ley. Henry Tr Sadie m t,men
lIH tons marking Armed Forces Day ice. rad, Lola Spencer and Helen Wihiams and Judy Brinnkley. "
I tomorroww. ... The ma*y awards consIsted of Qutnn, Carroll Adams, Joe Ha- Mary Brigham, sponsor of-the speaker Sam Rau said he
Thee It every indication that Me rMLcate of merit, places, or THih s. School newspaper Parrakeet, _.hM the b.i s to pro-
M the public will iet a rousing wel- medals. It is aLso a custom to Miss Beatrice Gardner present- then presented awards to- the video a 2, idy re-
i Jcome .e at tre armed services have this day fall during senior ed certificates of merit from the members of the staff. Quill, and serve" by u6o, may be passed lat-
i^facilities that are scheduled to Week, and on this day the sen- Latham Foundation in Califor- Scroll awards went tq Judy Lid- er. .
throw open their gates as early lors attire themselves in their lnia to twelve art students, Hel- ay, Fred Smith, Eleanor Van The bill would enforce service
Sas 9 am. tomorrow. Sunday best en Bishop, Norm Jenks. Ana ,Zandt and Carol 8Shrant NMPA N the reeves, now fruently
g along with These Il-d, Fort Kobe r s wear their g .School uitsRacksMoren_1.7ergetMrenoM a nt .to10nWo luxqu
a ng with My Frit. tte W a
l Bae on the Pacifie side, and leomta. Iat Tub_, Helen Tley,8, i NP _._ rn.m an aw. d wen Inte wi.l he ,-, ,h .ti
Fort Gulek and Coco Solo Na. Sandy Hinkle, this year's Stu- Vas and Gall Walls. to t, Larry Cotton ve the do .
val AIr Station on the Atlantic dent Asaglatlon president, acted The program then read that and e. ucatle the eohasr be s"wil
Side, as master of ceremonies and Carroll Anderson would present nMii:" .Sa Stube rand El- cln-ke several weeks. w
I Just a glimpse into the three presented the various individ- the photography awards. Two leen IS presented athle- Congress is due to t late
U. Army posts under the cor- uals who made the awards for students, one a senior, werev- a I _w_ to the oembers st July or .eauiyt.
-^ _.mand of U.S. Army Caribbean their organization. en awards of this type. They uhe land B leaIues. Bas An- Powell's am enmat was tents
S- revealed some 31 units readyin The ft award to be present- were Tom Smith and John Jen- a, Walter MBkeh, Stew- vely approved Wednesday 16 to
their demonstratIons, including ed was the Spanish Award made kins., art Brns9 and Pal s "1S Vson ought to remoe it to-
the latest n infantry and artil possible by the American Legion, Leter Hummel presented the e the by's athletic awards day by knongut the olsec.
m Fflame throwers, and the- new na Club with their trophies and ad swimmm. segnments to Nationa a u-
adar controed 75 mm Sky- Richard Clark did the honors medas. The club l divided nto following the presentation of nts. He acted after conferring
sweeper antiarcraft gun. for the Legion. This award s twoasses, group A and group the sports awards or the varl- with the White House and House
," A Spreview of the two U.S. Na resete to the senior boy and T. Mston Rodriguea, winner of ous Harold Zlerten pre. GOP leaders
S va nations under command of rl who ow an outstanding p A, received a trophy and a Herb Rabourne the Powell, a Ne ro member who
..ore thnthe aa mrict owled of the Spanish ea bert Calvo and John Madro, istque tor being the most out. recently .M .aemlo
So I t r s o u l eto'f guage. However, Spanish must and and 3rd place winners, each standing athlete or ths year. rs at the Asa-Afri co
thscrubbling anr t o n r not e their native tongue. Re- received medals. Theo. F. Hot, Balboa Highnce n Indonesa, sa -
ase de. momstations b ht ciplents of ths award were Jane i ro~p B winners were not -an principal, presented the r iImop. l for
l Rodm and C o Jenn. l on and John Kaska. nounoed due to the fact that dtOship awards. In order to D"zlar ican Ne. roe
SOe hoseativicies at Rod The et award was that a- there was not a winner because obtain one of these a student havefpa with a e ra
mn Navl Staon w becen wNded bY the Reserve offl- competition was still going on mnst be on the A honor roil for 5~Tr "Jim mtary
t- ftered around the Navy exchange e A laton, whih was between two of the members, five of the grai periodsL units since Revolutlonary days, h
Sjust inside the main gate where repreuet d by Ma. Morton. who were tied for first place. This year two girl s were given aid the "hour of desn has
Sa number of interesting displayS. This award. w lu ch is given to Perhaps the largt grp to the award. Becky Esser received come."
are under construction by vari the easttandlng Senior LO.T. Veelve awards next to the a pin for the third year in a row He said his amendment would
ous units of the station, I ede, was give to Sandy spert awards were the e ef the and Joan DImpfl won her first strike a "blow for freidin" that
% Also, communications. weath- N hiklle. Music Department. Herr, dl- Pin. Hot. presented an award to would he heard by enslaved pee
S er, and radio photographic dis- Next on the agenda was the ctor'of the department, Omde the highest ranking senior. This pies everywhere.
nlays are to be in operation, the John Mitchell McGinnis Schol- the awards, year Nia J nea won this award. Powell said White Hoal aides
l J15th Naval District announces. arship donated by E. M. McGin- Those who received the a- The last award to be present- have been is touch with mm and
|^ Albrook Air Pore Base wl! nis. Ordinarily only one schol- wards for participation in four ed was that ot the most out- medicated they sought to get him
S have sole responsibility fr arship Is given. However, this years of chorus were: Jim M-. standing boy and girl graduate to withdraw the amendment. He
/demonstrating dhe mission of year the judges were unable to Keown, Pat Quinn, Carroll Ad- and the runnersup. said re was told re atedly the
the Caribbean Air Command. decide between Donald Huff and ama, Jlleta Arosemena, Bsally The runnersup this year were is would n killed a ,-amd-
S rThere, the publ will see first- James Stevens. Therefore, they Banton, Nina Brown, Sara Col I- t Jones, Jane Jenson, Sa- 'tent stay n. .
at Wright-Patterion Air Porce each boy a scholarship. Dornt s hrman, Kay Fngt,, who resented these a- A ro e d .
Base, Dayton, Ohio, to develop This ar the Elks of 3alboa Robert Greene,.obt H waid d beIhalf of the Seted Ntomn Guar"d onp its
the automated ejection seats used Lge 14 awarded Pat Stel- AM Ro, Anna Jetagnn, ? l liarlean [iglem Post No. 1, states either uegregate orbar Ni-
in the latest supersonic USA nor the k scholarship to the Bandrne. Lla ncer, th called Mar Abele and Ioes whfl Natioal Gars
b aircraft. Junter oBhege. Victor Be sr, H TewOakie, J S te- Chales Heumer to the front d states areyten
eIn addition to i dramatic char ma of the schoPlarshc w en t, Judy roopes ad taNd printed them each ca tlf I inso li d ea a yeter-
aejection-seatr s d, the 26th commita- made the presents- tas. iats t mutt, medai ad their day's vote dId. not MB blt t
co R nto d lbmm Sky- Ca o Bruce chance, r *m T cnd orchestra awads pmmdB we mingraved upon a kflt It haaitg a ** "uHalmied
sIweqru ment iro a ltv epaimn the L to attend w s glveh to ujg_ _adar Pr sf ..bu.. uLa he o Nonia
oIqa t .,n fomr a ,-IS HreS l- ,eem P .aew ad to bae Charles den, Md 1la e5 a # ftle,ay BMikle .agae. He Skn aow h
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