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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00379
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00379
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rea~s Osar expressed In 'ome quarters for the de- ing p ee deleosa
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a toful to learn of the number f children who never I "convetnon, any cmndu
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mental absrtlon' Iiproblems reduce time apent in witP- "M tbioyru
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re untl 4 i to achieve, let us not deeive, to break unions. .IFBt
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the back-bre.bhdn drudgery out otliUteh digging.
ta w atlCr ip instaillatlons. It's a plsttle pipe layer. In
s. d mtration at Franklin Pa. 1000 feet of pipe were
Sithbn teff rinute:. Tihe ckvice uncovers a narrow
Ad the ,petad bscl-fllls In one contiftbous operation.
It s 4demribed a a great labor-saver in Installini underground
Wter lines foM house to barn or other" outbuildings or lawn
Wrinkle systems.

mate "Aprove Amendment

i Prevent Coirt Packing

aSIOTON. May 12 (UP)-|New Deal and was blocked In the.
sto todayOvterwhelming -,lalte,_
sed proposed constUtu- Fifte Democrats jo d 43
3lUtdment to liWit the *ePDbliasan In supportof. the.
ur to nine judges donstitutional arnndment,.
force them to retire atI Efghteea Democrats and Or-
-of 7S. *. independentt Wayne
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to 19 pmre1vote. '* The .58 to 10 margin Was 20
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Press dent triedto add court packn plan to corrt
STwto hen tbE altuation by undesirable
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/Sot. pM. Clayton 87- .nncd. Deytire *2-.5124, evening q, ,

S- Eelent condition: r 1950 Traveler. Fl in) $50;%i9. 41, *.5
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gpjtianal id chair, 6 vel FHolH Capt. Dusinbrr. SAL=:--ft..rfl r t
tables.., blonde wood, FOR .SALE: Buck Station Wagon lin. $50; 194" n ne0
found coffee. 2 and, 1 '1956 Saup 4.door, radio, heater. 2-4492, 5824-8, Diqbto. EO, P.
Is'md, I qua;; I knee-ho Dynfjow. 4ndqrcoated. Original FO NAL:dU-T i. 1| tIIq
rkoo; I floor omp; 1 Call Qw rr. l.y Hehts 82- FO SA LE:.- achshd puppies
tr 4W.rcan be Mtched. -il FOR SALE:-VA. d.3.pd2 t
t* ibi or ,eporstel. Al- FOR. .-- 1 Oldsmobile.Tu dor -,,record i,2.
le l top 31"x63"; Ban- HydrmaticInIt., at 216,- B- -:l 1 ,
Economot" washi macmahine Curundu, fTr 0 p.m. Asking ,i-"
Cally I C_83-6146_after for $400.;ZbuyFOR SALE '- Man's new woolter.
a mt bseen It quarters FOR SALE:--Ljavntg Must sell 1947 never worn, cheap slap
.. ,,- Curund. Chevrolet 4door sedan, radio andio 4-586, Pedr
SA E:-,9-ui f. Westinghouse other extr s $475. Excellent con- FOR SALE: Underwood t/piwrttr LS
r v ,e. xcellent dilao. m Nyow 3188, Cocoli $60. Good condition. Pho" Te1 .
r on 50 H Ilelboo 26131C. Porai.o, C.Z. House No. 6 A.-
:ghts; Phone 2-1219 after 4:30 FOR SALE:-t9IQ Ford Fordor. Call FO SALE:-Srnith-CoronisT 6 El
;,. Bolboa 2.14,4 qr, portable. like now ,. $55M.M
$ALE:-9-cu. ft. Westinghou se M ALE.--195. Chevrolet 4-door phone Navy 3758. T..'m. ,
Slg etqr. 25.cycle; metol chest seden, twoble ceam metallic FOR SALE:-With a little know ,
1es; tabla, 5 choirs. Balboa on Drivers |1 then 3000 miles, this $350 2- engine electric ra -
14. _________. Telephone Navy 3758. "Itrack Install s' on table. I.VolI .i '- T _Q t
KSALE:-Westinghous porcelain 1 lALl-- Chevrelrat DeLviue Ught any bov. $50. 614-X d.in, h oritw dbs.
i.:srotor. 25 cycle $45. Cal: Sp Coupi I0.000 miles, oel- at Balboa gas ation. ,
.ca 1335. le4 0 endll in mshp fitily. Red FOR SALE: 6 wr.' -old'c ra FOR RIN.' so s4 Taer TrwaMpie Trtaon
SALE:- Frigidaire rfrioerator. plaid smet eqers. Re enable. Li-v- SrKherd puppies. Ts. 3.4604 bth atr VAL EqO twith
.e li, k-year guarantee; 36ptr il 5u Ip .e, ~ kSOR. .--- er for children. without furniture.
v. llke new. 36th Street No. 5 r.S'.l 1gnih. .-OR SA-Lr:---One-ploc setting Inter- Apply to 48th Strat No. 3. mRloea.nd me M efr
-. -tI. national Sterling. Enchuntress pat- FOR RENT:r-, *.P rltly _Hllt PaAle yofei' h n. mu
SA :---4-pioc red plastic covY- L SS uL --; naE u p -FOR RENT P Pfr a
Ilying r m set, price $110. 127 size film. excellent ens speeds, p.. 6 10 n
2-1891 after 4:30. PRSEWAITES 'oOD n to 1/200 sc. Phone psa0ok -.e-
nday. May be seen at House r w s4 for x- 8-2293. FOR RENT:- Th -bedroom Chel, a
-A.S Di bl se rCourse &ih'tlng May, -at,-I -I, UI__ _t"_of
I -A. Diablo. Real Ma, I l, 9:00 SALE:- Transmittr, 18 watts. 2 bathrgeems Iarn m, dining, sa
SALE:-M.hogano cofe table. 12:00. Lode .l, Tel- VFOnd crystal, voice. MCW e d Etl, Vit.. ead. tar
; Quartermarttr dresser $5, ta- *.one 2e 2 .. CW. 2 to 4.5 MC, new dytamootqr last of this month. Tel. 2- I l W B. -
and choirs $5; Innersa. ring ma- 12 volts ir-put. units shock mount Pnam"ma,1. Me: nde ("iyei
&. O coil springs ". 0440-4, A4ed: 18 spore tubes SI10. Apt. Mpej )
s ,.'$20cl n.' 40, 2069-A East 4t Stree,,, IN ".d'u
Swi ry ch, MVE FNSTbFl Phone 83-7140 after 5 M
idrsr *t Affords much

LOST: -itfold In B a A t.r e Zd W
m ay 9, 154. Rerik". f QsLof;tW
LOKT:.-Mon's block billfold. aidm D 111
y keep money for return of n r .
RtBeB & fold *rdcontents., Phone Cbrogal2 17, 44M1W s. ___,_
rtn Mr.. 4114 Wday, or bring to 241J-8, a 44 St.a1 t
i-i13 0 (ldq ) C 6 f7venings0 4 4th tirs; .t .. .... .
S ~ FOR RENT. Beautiful spatment.
..unfurnished or seml.futnished, 120
F iI SALE Via Prm..n, net te Roosevelt Th .-
FOR-Cf: SALE oWiater. Inquire in rear. Tel. 3-5024. Law lso 'aa
Rceal E~sise FOR RENT-Specious r ndevnPart- LA A SEN
FOR SAl.E:---Concrete cottage. 2 bed- ment luxuriously furnished. be- c
room,. completely furnished. lIorg rooms, two bothrooms. shI steps, Wlea sa ps U
electric plant, beach front, interior garden, garage, service room. 3-
Splumbir. Inside- tside showers. 374.
PauIb Imeach. SanCarlos, 14 mile rOR RE : One-bedroo apart -
Sbefore Santa Clam. Reasonable. Nept furnished or unfunishad with
4M 9 13 (UP) T o Caloil Curundu 5261. rniel( kitchen, bathroom, porch Seea
r AlAt tn0 o %l- F*tilbreg personally at East 29th
A o.e dayt carr- reet No. 18, rear "Mercado Vas-
k $50. e a sition Offere o," 10 to 12 noon and 3 to 6 p.rn.
n of the lsigbt- WANTED: IPA graduate beginner FOR RENT:-In Paitillo. modern and
ORe own the na- lingual shorthand typist to learn independent apartment. 3 bedrooms,
SL ards. "z ee10 l lee *s crertarial job. Snall tartina 5 lnati- living & diningroa;,
l...'WrI 4t-24.4, ,nco, .Z, Mold's roor. Hot water. 14thS
S Ire ($24), FOR RENT:- Compltely furnish
('4$partment, 2 bedrooms, 2 both.
le ac rooms. Tel. 2-1458.
,FOR INT:-Furnishc opiortment, r
d IRA3 bedrooms, lvilngraa dininbroom

Thetimed $ Q ihreea -- ]o ]Bowers, nu u -
AL_ nrh 2 batimoom. 48th Street

op rheeallagither lgeat sa.

*n p elolle lined were -enteneed to prison for

S Pn"o roPl- .O M ofa the notor .)-

t her. were inh e ol I-treasurer of inNgt w CTiIitaieeotlli
a r 'iMoal91, a ec sentence ih of bO t $7._1 uAm___/_eetesa_ _m._
u eea Juge arold P. by U= lee-
hand levied tre fItnem sand sen-
beo"t1e tco l .r de JurS o v eedwr W wathe f ..

M4saed t re aeightr ge a brought rike.h
MIRT he nthr wee- eBoerst, i a t

tNE age of a211

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felt thi majority of.me ws ass

pl~~ooest of corw
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SBr- Ia I ui 1w- o THUt
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Wi5-ticm t hove verena de e 0 n ANNITO1 ( Pher hlainstory, there said Can
l ariurs d -srin Ad fPte woud othoedns atersndred bmin at, oe fA
ona ournrKof"er Richarf --nnon bo-- a-.17~,p oc l biis.ors.edto iol
o owen htion bop-cl aeto-* t-ae ueeo "mti. [ee npthe boo and

dbut a 3.4 Jail library and escaped before he tOe Uw CA booklet contaning thei
and t i durable i Ibed olead Te b ook aion' e omplek iens
Swa 2800 r-e 'tldc-d o Can't o Rome a t ,woll bu!d. nb 'E

er ad hoih or e theaae aa as a Agin." and "The Houe fWithouet A rl USAC members are we- OPcai nt Pl
FI the volum wol. o e wer in food a O .l to "tteld the meeting. T

Gna ilto thi"prdh tobacco product and --e bn

ever guilty text,.le product wth gains m em ,I A. '
ofn fo many payment in the apparel and MORE UNUSUAL nAmericaVe ir among ocu
chemical indur trel partially off- Aoove, ,M pryo n C.q st
Sthe de e Abog ite ligt penetrate

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irt onumen to the laus mob.ans favor saabec or lear in t b mi A House 9il Qfwh
S cot f ofeeracy wa s le I laps ten to one. Thi m eN av nn r

S ends at y, Ala., a I becae aber light WASHINTON, May (UP)-
t 0M a *residentahao: e mo m

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eIo De .ranli S. oeiit I -rdds
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-growing city. Go in the height of lumaey-a
El Conquistador, Breniffs upertbDC4 si0ap0.
fine nww DC-6 tourist flights wih suhie aiflOF
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at pe ee ful 1
i energy fan n;:w be
a viorous ind'tiry .
lMldtoy in public
jbi te n eongres,.
lettee on atomic ener-
'ot Nucleonics, the on-
i ubiueation in the U.'
a devoted solely to a-.
'was the first of a se-
.WitPvernmentmt witnesses.
mrteen is cons i d ring i
'hr the Atomic Enrgy Act,
to- pe-rit wider Industrial,
ini atomic develop-
committee also is cons-!
r'halges that would make
a* broader exchange of in.
Swit. other nations.
t Jerome D. Lunt;, re.'
on 6' survey among 351 in-
concerns and professional
terested in atomic energy.
tUe survey showed over-'
M dpport fo revising the;
1 [g the lines suggested by
chairman of the join comrn-
*. representative Sterling
0 ssed hope the commit-
bja able to submit the
m ,bed legslation to con.
p action In the present
S'Coie- said some of the
obiaget have been thI
t of etiive discussion ani
& r during the ne a r I y.
the Joint committee
h'as Min existence.
a, M'President Elsefhower's I;
f om an international pool,
elop peaceful uses of atmic
pints the direction in
we al hope o move."

1 A0omik Pool

-Wh "i eHuse pre.s sec',ti.y Ila-
leity s&id today that a Snoviet
aote on a world atomic pool is
c. considered by the United
5U11 'cov&rnment.
bov!e note was delivred
. W MrU 2 in reply to a U.S.
MM to the Soviet government of
rt. was queried ahout to.
SNcw York Times stury from
a by Thomas J. Hpr'lton
I te Sovie Union C('emands
t, i n on nuclear armi before
P.'aldemnt Eisen h o w her's
al and that thil Soviet at-
doons the atomic pool plan

jull s ana
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lth Mr. Dullles his
. tells meo that he
sy t thit time
*as a&, ant s hea
wa .o May 1. A
SwasW osued by
Mr. Molotov which

4oMoy ead'Mn. Dutles
i 0 a series of
wtth n atomic e.,
6 0on- April IS
or March 1", msH
will be further
ai VOited States In
was. In thst ai t
May 1. AL I
is tIhat the Sovtet
presently being. studied
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tenants get together
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every isue. Turn .to
the want-ads. Check
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than all other dally papers In Pasmi combined I

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Sung Tonight.
At St. Peter

Myrtle Greene, pFruikln -We,
Ierman Bayne ani Artihu Ri-

Reserved Tables
Nearly All Cone
For 'Rosy Affair'
Reserved tables fop the "Rosy
Affair" to be sponsored by Los
Calmadoas Social chb on Satur-
day, were practicalr l one to-
day as memberla of wj club com-
leted final a n ents for
the dance..
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deadline for reservations, which


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'IGs Picture
Of Himself

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autolr k k hew t-reI to
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tor $. e 1s ee r. A aed a othre'e o member.

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asr la et oDu the orudi heg oisf* feparmy1e thexI

or.. ,iti pot a rte s aA d Otee leub mm nbers.
lr ta 7 They emphsie that no. aae. iept
-$1.40 A bargaMin lelti C tn3* iermt hat teoh molve o techer
has in ublln arestaurats jfo 40 beshol Ise prepare tee sb

foruit pd a offee. phith a and tele ourM aiimr-
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t a rmy ctaage tis t isin
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forc* 0 U"" M eas resuitogq meta wen ton rla d the

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hav aps.i ma M N a a br i tai dhes
aW a-mpohellmeI nd whs sr ae tirme
ter M c7 c i no anyo ive eI x'.

f tevties S endterebs memb ers.
f or a doto Theyemphantpie. tato re_ .attmpe

e her com ot sa lao bord e r.
Aaa %e ~, Simle
fruit = .1 1A ?2 to sum. I

S,,." -5 Sores 4endin Timbee

hawes apa a av a e ^m lIh
SIff-ll Ai m ber..IpYomd e mh ev wI

Sarriv one maeS knowa Nv Plates
Ats am Tm ysuw w's, o elI

elP Amyee voiiwere ded itBs ow ly Uveln lBn g Mee MM e
18111I ,., npa youir eB. 1ao n. em s,
rin mmii land .eed V a.- ,

myt dm, i o d di d o t orfkte lbenti

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raow 0U.*-.a
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thepi~iet eeulfdme r abe-.
toIs bse. ar;e he to o t n eein
Sevr, i.eeds ar ad the
miounsin call them0 "whllf'
weld Ahm lt April it t rrp d.
diets eM t~h am e.taw, be t ey-

i rat peerp ol o the & uo ntil
moueosen ets.all then "whitV
;Wheld tle ht Ap r Ubt Zip nd-
dies ont went tae t* V08e1d
firt sl",y see the 1=li: %nlU
the stems bewoe, puhlp-r, oy l1-
,the rsums. t
them n.V, ed.
The NWrd, r Va chapter of

the thicol Conty a" faten
Wal bfg-Wh a spring but
they are going to nae sure aprin
iI elly here before oai after
te rpmps.,
Atdi. a nt UMb Im
d oi be cmaev a in
I fdtort j-ndr had to ' t on-e

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n ayingy ility
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Laiul i"" Teysts
fir frmt, sea leel & io at.
oMtjMAcae .said Itcan

.e _ad endume temperatures
merging from 100e4bove to 60-below
erte into o the nton's top

reeamrs labti
aidsr ed i-
tw Armr cnl hiatoy ihown

eP wonded hby lat pen eai on

cntTsieorsepwuer, .

anduR and heat,
plcod n pttravel de a et V ai
SM fy, b t ea ro lve to Mw.h
Mo raft a1 ehdIu tmpde rare

r one i o fe up tions to p ,
eno tuh tmater a diesel lomo

cme ited an eatimpe n how to
otet am tu tst er fuell nua
0p9W.d by 3 d. AItad%

tOne the bunldt hourw lJH
tcoapelan sihue, coot-
tog and de s -p t and a
Balen trot wha tivcumn p.r
'011r p RUO ^pMqW tt C.aor n

be coutwold aauMtiOm o Thi

tIoaI oitet the enose
In tbw soaod teocell buldiac,
Keda~f d-4ned foe fu
a gann o r Jet 4a-

R. P. Ijnriag, Bendix vice-pwir
dent, srold 3,000 konoepower, at1
enough th mateh diesel locomo.
tive. is poured into te tet eolik
*ad!c] caD"atra inlsde a jet air-
creft It high altitudes.
He cited art example of how t
tat an aferburner ftwl pnp,
winch is only six to "Wveo nWM
is disjpetr A blast t al moving
atpno a speod.tadtheated up
fo Mie dW~ne to at tM11 tM

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MrWYORX. May 12 (UP).-LenA Gene Canley ta d a few
*I.u toasy iqto the baseball ositp that he was lust an-
b mor league marvel who eoeldn't quite make It in the

agban Gene, the six-foot White Box back into seco
ch rookie right hand place ahead of Cleveland.
lMilwaukee Braves is the T--TERDA-'f STAR
or In professional base- Y3STERDAT'S STAR
rry e o ena e Gene Conley of the Brave
an-manor leaguea layer of who shabut out tie Dodgers, 2-
S ,year." But after two pre- for the first time since i
us unsuccessful trials withrJuly 11, striking o ut seven
'raves, there seemed to be walking none in a neat eign
bt, as\ to hia major league hitter.
.ast d-night, with the poise of D
vMetran, he turned In the first l l llr IS
-4 tout over the Dodgers since
-ilt of last season, beating
l 2-0 and' strilMng out seven TO Ullted Slates
1* Walking none. It was his
straight route-g, o I ni n w 10ur
h sd h e was at is best For One-Week TouM
en on bases. striking out
pes with two on and LONDON, May 12,- (UP)
Snider with one on in Roger Bannister the 25-year-o
Jplbaesome situations. British medical student w1
Sother National League broke the four-minute mile ba
other National.e.the rier, left by plane for New Yo
S the Phil. defeted C e last night to tell Americans ho
8 -7 l'In the i0th on at he did it.
i"I by Del Ennis after
..- me Ashburn walked and Bannister told reporters th
ed nu by a wild pitch, he thinks. he was able tI ri
=jV't the Giants came from the long-Nought-after "fou
,A. hld4 to top Cincinnati. 5-4. minute mile" because he forg
.4A. the Pirates and Cards to be afraid of not being able
Sraeined out at Pittsburgh. do It.
ftBob Keeean made it four vic-
tiele or Chicago when he six- "It seems to me the more yv
lttd the Red Box, 2-1, and try without succeeding the Ie
ohed off the winning rally chance there is is of makdnaI
lth a triole, while Yogi Berra because you become frightened
clouted a two-run double in the he said. "I had not raced f
te ninth as the Yankees edged six months and had forgotten
Cleveland 5-3. Joe Coleman what some of the agony w
pitched a two-hit 2-0 shutout like."
.10 Baltimnre over Philadelphia Bannister will make radio an
Sad Bob Porterfield pitched a television appearances in th
r" r-hiter and hit ninth in- United States. The proceeds w
1 nin homer in Wpshinton's 5-3 go to charity, He said that h
,n ,wn at Detroit in the American will return Saturdav to wnt<
"Lattue. the homecoming of Queen Z 17\
rnnis drove in four run in the beth II from her commonweall
Ily triumph. which wqs a- tour.
d after the Cubs had gone .-
front with a four-run seventh NEW YORK. Boxing mae
minink .ally. Ralph Kiner had r rive won more money fa
ur Chicago hits. main-event fighters at Easter
p.i s Io Xrvin tripled home the Parkway Arena in Brookly
IHn run for the Giants in Starting next Monday, ead
n iuOtiehth after Willie Maya and main-event fighter in a teleri
I" tofl Locl.nqn hit earlier ed bout from Eastern Par kw-
werkS Ted Kluszewaki hit his will receive $2.900. The purse hi
I .bder for Ciney. tying him been S2.100 since last Septembe
tbe .m ior league lea4. Starting next week. Eastel
? E*tUa tripled an(' scored the Psrk~Wpy tlecast. Aill affth fro
"i]trT ruln for Chlcago o" a Dnimout to the American Broad
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alvitd to etser ,the competition
are Frtr Kobbe, Fort Clayto,
Poit Coro al, Frt Am il
Quarry Heghts Fort Davis, .1f r
Gulick Navy Pacific Navy -At 1
lantic, and Albrook ir Foe e
Team rosters for theevnt must
be subndticd to Chief of Special
services, USARCARIB, not Itaer
Than Maj 21.
Events will include the 50meter
free styie, the 100ameter bac k
- stroke the 200-meter free style,
Ald the 100meter breast strok th
ho 100 mete- free style, the three.
r- metei diving, the 200-meter riay
rk with four men and the 300-meter OW'TING BAPt',. ithman featherweight :ttl .e t .nde
)w medley with three men. I tlolfo Franael frator one of his dally wor*'i snt atR
An .ward will be presented at the Colon Arena wf he will meet the No. 1 I e hal
,the conclusion of the ebhampion- lelger leidro Martn for Pedro Teals' crown this comIg a *
at suhps to the team garnering the day night. Souett of c' legion of admirers ae show e
n most points. stuntedfng hi %befl the workout while mza*6trlr
r- First, second, and third place Aibrey Woodrufft Ii H sistant "Matty Bab-" uts puiat
ot swimmers Jne ach event will also . On his gloves.
to je given en award, as will each ,i; *
member o. the first, second, and --.
thurd place teams in the relays.
ou High point man for the cahm-

s 1st Round Winners

SIn Amador Tosey
hTc Play This Wee
th By Long John Cramer
The shepherds with their
n- crooks and pebbles of yesteryear
or were a far cry from the one
rn hundred and twentyix talent-
n. ed swingers that q d for
ch the 1954 Amador di Tour-
17 week'sslug-tfet omei xty-three
ad of the more fortunate brethren .
or. will continue their q fet or the
m somewhat elmve ia pri.es. I si
mn The 1o9m4 uM*A I "
d- to be completed by. undown on M t
the sixteenth of May.
sheetsewe fid in Our galwxy oft
stars w qme of the ble4r know
) l ,tAPaama an and. Ca-
fn the first flight whilee "rirtf voe* ot- t
Mittean and "Oberst" Meekha -eked or e rm e cub..t co .
out close victories, others in- dor Army-Navy club. ; forgound,
sludn "HaS" ean. "Silver" left t ig.t: Redr:Admil .M M..ilel. ?v
WIls, Junior DesLondes. "Goe- Distrct Mr. HO rd Ros, Drector.of QperaIoa; American ed
tarmee V mith ",it 'em" Miles Cross and e6acb of the Caribbean Command niael MaP oea. L
and lVui truly'won by somewhat J. Whitlock. Commanding general. UgARCARIB, and Brig. en.
more comfortable margins. M. F. Hans. Chief of Staff. Caribbean Command.
The second flight finds Herr- f___ redlt D'-'. of Defense U.S. Army pifto)
mane Ledbetter, Bartholomew
and bishop ready to enagse |
Ksaldng, Basuse Le Brun and
Aneesta e Alabama Grid Greats Carrr

oers in fourth place, Cark. Tay-
lor, Walker and Rhodes will TUSCALOOSA, Ala., May 12 ago ad fought for his Ife
In the third plwthChae slot te-(UP) Almost a full team of
lophens. Des Lnd Fher, whle former Alabama football reatDrennan B use re suc I
nd Costello w find as their belve coach, coac Alabama to 115 vict
stumbling bloks, e avor, Kin-oe Frank Thoma, to hi goma raven
,aid, C.Rs.e and A.,ha.- C - .
A Anoun the Ium handicap-_-"0
ones in fourth" od, MahewsClark terday while old rivals haed h tie and cing si
r, Walker and hode will TUSCALOOSA Ale., May 1of the No- teamsd few emeor his life-

ro putt served th haptiony (UP) Almost a ful team o a 'coureemeou
SpGez., aReves and Filmer. while former w labama football greats Becuseoin h who s o success In
th fifth race Ittle. Williams, carried their beloved coach, coaching Alabama to 115 victor-
wnging and eavmers will "Jse Fra- cik Thomas to his grave yehs- le Itagnst 2t losses and
onest John"n-.od, Mathews, terday, while old rivalsahailed his ties and $roBelng six

ky" Hayter, Wigg, Hardle and Tommy" turned out Crimson horsan aAe
tdut o Cm ean
Ischive. Tide football teams eclipsing T Itartd
Irland, McCol gan, Johnstone even those of his predecessor, asftantat Oemrgela an3 s
and Blake will trade blows with Wallace Wade. on to- Chat-ana Un...t -a
Hammond, Sugnet, White and Funtral services for the 55- and f IlWl b 44 banP
Robinson to further narrow year-gld retired coach who died Wade left to go to Duke.
down the field in the seventh. Monday night after a long less Perhaps Thomas' greatest
Among those survivors of the were held at Canterbury Chapel was Gen. BobNeyland o
last but not -least eighth, are on the University of Alabama nUsee. The T.nnessee-A1I baom
Pe, Carroll, "Snooper" Levitt campus. The Rev. Dbose Mur- bttle each year still .
ad IcBsin, who kick-off a-phy conducted the ri s. tonaly a bowl producer.
gathst Petrilli, Dehne and Hick- n Neand hailed Thomam tA
man. Then the In diana born a'oneof the truly g ma
Thus endeth the firth round, Thomas was borne to rest at. e0l0r time" and saidlk"s
and commenceth the second. Memorial Park in the Alaba- trfI ltio to football at.
Next week your t"cub reort-f ma. il that e had advItted Ip elsewlrethi ha
er" will bring you the results of as his homeland after h isne .th p lr s long bee r .aem*
the second round in this e cit- coaching career. l iW"Usaec.tion of nn ei.
Ing nd unnredictable battle oft IE
S .lrert eitped ohamoons. Pall-bearers w.re Lowell Tew, mT otte foked In
V Don't forget, folks. "keep a Harry Gilmer, Norwood Hodges, r 'u at f A ihs.i wit
stiff upper lion and a straleht left 'Tom Whitley, John; Woniak, ;Je el< rattent ps2y
Arm" courtesy of Buddy Ham- Dommanovlch, Vaughan Mah- who him that 1 4 S
mond. cha, Lionel Rod h ronan and onra that footba er
0----- ,Bruno PhllplI. senmaterial a id
nGym Exhibit'eions Almost al nhem had pla o %and ely a
m Exhibitions ron thetasiS onat Th eigosu s"
a. o e ctt favorite even over the 1935 Rose -
Scheduled Friday Bowl woner9 tei U45 war-.
yr "'cutime .team that went undefeated AnrI t .r .t hal
At MargOrita and crushed Southern California this eutUa.ajvakfII
in the 140 Pasadena classic. onl- s. ha a

-.i ond un nedtt e ahge aols A-d evlp
tln will Tb g a t Mar- com: bina tOCrn n T19-5 fl1

Hiie th Sch ool. & a .w
STheprogsrhamwll vry wit all-ubniversity e rdto
Act 1-Sperlingbard an S ide- president the.Natio nal, ;te- a k dgama)A
rm" -- courtesyo BuddoleiatemAlaetoichA, n. V an Ma- ll ee
Act ct (Two.o ev. oul the 3o Bfikei.lS ~S
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NEW !OK, May 13 (,pe-
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Cricket Newsr

Sunday. Mat 16
Midland vs Surrey flghtn
Silver City vs Excelsior IM.
Mills va Morland ClnDp
The positions of the leading
clubs in the Atlantia Crcket
League remained
over the week-eat as w aW. -
rey-Silver City and J -eelor,-
Mll matches eft r a L_
while the Wan4erew *
encounter wasi r
Desperate effo we Sole
by the contending Julbto.tfrce
a.win or even a draw demltthe

Iunu Ian IM MUIU.
It Is the opinion of ay fu
that the club mlet a r t- *t.
the weatherman wi M bt
to emerge vcto a, r
k A
lantic Cricket LeAue hs %IS fta
this riday alht at -the Ralnbow
City High School. Al club re.p
resentmves are urged to be
'remut at 7:30 pVm

-Sports Briefs

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WA ,HINGTOW. 12 ) -.o Juls or l game m-r-..--
-Army counuelr J. T peed
Cohn flew into a ragqc apd d Sea. ear
U oTesep"lared this i war" we A

SI William, F. re hi from y serl r dr ao a0 y holdlag ulgh
nomination of Tmpkin A An Aistant trny last cs te0. tated taday. Mund

Chen by Prealdent Blnhowe, Tbmpkins has been Ad who replaced Stevenp to a eet
tin as Federal District Attorney hor New Jersey. on the WInDss staM Oh the i b vote on ther
a -ombtl onoe Cancer D ve incident a.darently was a a v he eay aMtl t
Co s nb P rdeeph .M arthy'tlnve r eo'mpk es hist.wo ubeene d"'--. .vteMud ser t Uo -"

Adams waid h told aa rm he weuM eppes Dlrksen's anmatdm

anal zon e Cancer Drive genc n the Canal one. This because Con had o the case Dirkeen o de- Aro
Ill of ficially open Sat.- iolicit~tdn will begin next week. to control the subcommitteeA e 4 to s w hSae o"
/jBrigadier General not employes of government a- terminably." Democrata. The De a end levigag cover 'of leav
Chairman of genctesd who wish to assist Jenking asked If he felt there off plar wak defeat by ae ias.te- tr3 p
4Trute of the Ca- in this drive to help contpl and was "undue or unusual prealre" Cluse he a o, wI
SCancer Committee. eliminate cancer may forward concerning Sch-ne._ C lwa, a o of to
been endors- their contributions to the Ca i Ike i
SSebld, Hon- cr Fund by mailing their dona. Adam y saM Ie esuld not ticelnd
e, Toh el, Canal Znone, sure." but it certainly was Whi
Carcr 0.h usui alaon of Ft. mouth. e at A
e rof thhe anaetrs to er-omm i i d a rerf i tit S me It t le-- wmeet-o
ItXmportn a so tenmt.,placatecenr t trvh Ohle anded dw mr eve. at..Let Ulk aI gueso :
eni Cne AIne m~. bthe..Cdanial Zone. Teps erile "oin sAtheid tpa otrksen ks..-

Mane agb tc furnish cebroo temperature which snomrtarebr n-, Ot
ltanc to those In neari the same froi dey e.to control the s- bcommitteed.4 to wth
Wiplekl roffessional l.nneoat Maeaso to season.. bu a le e- umRe

S wand tos ann cold-blooded animal changes its aroany dra out thblems a a spe- a of ta.Rhei eof its We ttr
a tcarpal.n for temperature with cehangeD of a the a sadvDler m eat, .l I n ur s
a weathee. Defnse ini r al tld ft A Q m e8 ( t ln
t 'ienk asked I he felt them Off pl waiddelcovehat It rwa R wIekaOal Tq

s. ftinances On- he island of Tap; roud.m! nrvic canea. haaaonnwdtlo a'thoreetl Caesr llanare dlad tny- gS u".
ofe othe Ca-thio s tdie hto f-he lpcnt e rter D idarwsa thhe uao o ni ni car thpinoe are doa-
c mmitte. Imniaerc atne a form "myreee." anmni hiee 'el- .m 0,Wt al a

sWureent a4- the ircointiu tenitt daail Ie e't C ton i- an M Vn"
e F b thi t ith, B-rs eg-
a C a n alcons... .. 1V. ., S R. Pa ; ..

r, -'th local Chte *-wrbcatlOB of eeml tee!, ver lnt ittehaI tinsd thted o trlo r the
'n e r ca-uual .Id a t

rw arfty comno before wpuld support proposal for be thought It waA ."In agree with evey bodev" he 1 n . w i
Sfor? ,=,the C oner nt,, a,4'O toeIih. Uncyulope. Mundt (,l-SD) warned tte andtoUence iithehS Ua un 'ef whotnSthyare umug-
oAfem rloyes

ier government a- BLOO DrIthnuc_________ DI'lnjfs ui" -t drag on until the lne toWtPI b YaIn Brtedto
rdyh^ei hed- -- atrta in a.k Legka

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S1 Many K~n Still Nace and cauwe a death
is*aUuri)y close 0 1
Sout a file n Wot Believe ely. d Public w aw
T0 ere shouL- be no missing
l are learning n men left In Ko by July 26
ris at ,oe olea dn Koren Reports Howe-r, there prably wil e
. and 2dr.AirorMe men.and four Navy

SLum pernumiato atretcher by the North Koreans.
-a 'aan~ 1a id h 0e Rkows a this but stead-
dmiatrative rd-. fu fuses to accept the "pre-
s. been ldteu e ve finding" letters she has
action" for ro ore r .MOd ,
Lpd.a day. provid-
Mene has turned An eant alle the-Kin
antlmne t h a t he Of Amrlda'sl orgotten Men" has
g. L, been owned by more than 350
Ule liw 400 was persoUW wh refu to accept the
tI ,rean co0- death ruling. They have made
flicker of trips tW. New York and
m.M., of many to Wn But they haven't
hd -,-,e weetheart come-uovth any new Informa-
Nt their Johnny on hi Vqid change the
im to, make a lie Pen a d about the ata-
tu lis of me n question.
Wte p lI e .b_ all the person who
.eer.. a ibe}ef ofPablic Law
ra *ft t e case
Ithee who. r- Of Pvt. Waitr P; DBion .d At-
r I4- Law 400 lant, 0, who artrned from
S -.the d~~~a Korea to ftnd his
wife remrred,. "The Dixon cue
S ie.1has ts. is d Wn t 1k the Pentagon pa-l
treRnW ulaos. But It don't
,rhiate O Men aboo' mind.
M was listed as "kdek inn
auICt*'W uhrourh an error of .e-
opt o f hb comrades.
iThe P g paperwork which
cal a ,man presumptively"
S-dead l unfortunately more ac-
n curate -thba ,0me eye-wltnes
SThe re- ports. At east the records tend
Sto bear this out Not once adice
l Pace- ~ic Law 490 w a.sed dar.
y pa- ~igwrk Wr War I has a ware-
ey suaptive death' turned up auve.
Withi nore- .
The s arvie, have .lw ei=n-
I nnm. lOted a study o: monre tha St,.
the 0 Ne'rate atatemet ande-
e. -= -r* p mtheu W es a

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meb still carried a. minsin. The
A Imen crase Manchuria.
according to Cnee Commu-
nit reports, and are being held
as .political prisoners. The four
Navy men are considered pos-
dibly alive, too. and .till In the
hands of the RUanM L .
The dethls of the cases of the
23 men are bejig kept secret
pending attempts to get them

It Is he that the eneva
oonfemrena14 rmit the Quar-
t ermate uto behind' the
North Korean In to recover
the bodiesm nd mslsing there. A.
the lsh wagedd up and down
the p si1Mn _many temporary
cema laes had to be abandoned.
urtwmaut.r Corps- graver "''- .
that the.aret about 7000 unre- "___ _a
covered remains of men buried OeIMterv W
in these teampon cemeteries '
and In gra js a onln POW identiTfied. W.bdlewil be t I Vit War II'wa
camps. If they are permitted to buried In IHa._~ "up. i. ,t h1" JihO a
to into theme areas, they believe After WoldWr I 6 mean i d.8000 unidenltIdU pe
they can'wa sI up Korea with were still AesPid as.moinas m .- -
only a total of 700 remains un- 1091 because their 'o Pub o .

o y z ro fa Drag t on V oA*
he receivedkwhaen befell off an
airplane win while look at
.a Zda Gabor. The aeti
Slnded here briefly Monday.



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