The Panama American

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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:
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]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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 applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00404

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FOR SAg.-1952 Pontiac 4-Door,
Rada Hydromatic. Bock Up.-DI-
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$1625.OO.-oaU itlbo 2-4328.
FOR SALE:-1953 Dodge Station
Wapn. Perfect condition. Leaving
Isthrius-Call Balboa 4174.
FOR SALE:--1952 Mercury hardtop
convertible-Radlo, heater, sea
covers. Excellent condition. $1650.
169-A Gamboo. Tel. 6-323.


FOR SALE:-1952 Ford, V-8, 4-
door Sedan. Only 14000 miles
spotless, condition like new $1250.
Balboa 4177.
FOR SALE:-1953 Plymou thStation
aan, Ilks. new. Six ionth old.
7000 mi, radio and white tires.
Tel. 3-1713. Eoast 29tSt. N.o 22.
FOR SALE:-1946 Ford god candi-
tion. Unique right hand drive.-
3173-Kobbe.
FOR SALE:-1952 Mercury. Accept
trade-in and cash balance.-Tel.
Balboo 4396 evenings.
FOR SALE:-1947 Ford Club Coup.
Excellent condition-new pa-
Ing. ddIr ponneling. seat covers, 2
new tims asking $500.00. Leave
number for Pfc. Brogden. Call
Quarryv Heights 5139.__
FCR SALE:-1948 Studebaker Comrn
mander. Perfect condition. Chwep.
Albroek 2183. -.
FOR SA&.E-1953 Wbrty- ovidio
"K" model $875.00.-KBu Cu-
rundu Fire Station.
FOR SALE: -1946 Mercury 4i-dwa,
radio $350. Dioblo 2-6358 after
4:00. _
FOR SALE .-1948 Chev. Convertible
$450.00 dity poid. Can be-finonc-
ad. Seen at No. 91 Peru Ave., Apt.
6 between 4 and 6 p.m. weekdays.


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Aount Hope. telephone 3-a,


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mpdel; power shop equipment: drill
preasl circular saw, wood l otie,
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T;l.Cristobol 1843 or Colon 81.


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corn cod paddles wheels.
S esil" y carried on oar. $65 00. A-
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my furnitur.f. G. HoyetL
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oigens eporttrien-. Gerae. -168
Via. Delfsailo Porro.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom P baths,
mkld's quteum, garage and ymld.
Coal, Independent, quiet Congrejo
oportment.-Tel. 2-1456.

FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT -Furnished room. Privl-
lege of all conve rdee..-Ave. Pe-
ru io. 34. BelliuVisa. Tel. 3-
4586.
I FOR RENT:--Large furnished airy
room. Home foollkles. Bachelor
preferable or small fgrnlly. Inquire
House 2612, 9th. Str.., Ri Abe-
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FOR RENT:-Furnm al m wi*t
garage and Indep: service arn
entrance for a man.-Ad-
dress: Altomira .I, Sabnas


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Io. privileges: Kitchen laundry. Iroh
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.5. 5755.

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day at 9 a.m. Ibr"o YMCA end
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6-Bartolo U R. 97x-Nothi In' months '-
7-Rosario G; e 113 -Would My nice odds .1:
8-A. de Oro J.w sp 408 j6-Ran well last week -1

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I-Don Wende R. L. Gi 107 -Fastest at 'getaway -24
2-Tlin Tllln F. BHi 100 -2ChanceA mud only 1-1.
3-TOV Lady V. Dtaf iO11-Should I6eis up :.-1
4-Metto J. GO Oz. i0-.-Favorite .I mutuela ee,
S-airena B. I 111 -Distance o liking 2-1
6-Souvenir Rey i .' ll-Jockey Andlcaps 5-1
7-4 Guararefti J. B 11 Excluded' itm betting
Note.-La Guararefia rum eat
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1-Riomar V. Ordo, 110 -Could take t all 4-1
2-Tin Tn J. Oonuo. 10-Dltmmnee to It. lk 4-1
3-Ja Alal 0. Chn! -P. not. m 9,I
4-VUlareal V. Brown 10S-J' Wt5-1
5-Trs A. Ahri. 1 3.-1
8-Volador A. Mana 1It W 'B .e

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1-Atul .
2-Ebony
3-ConceJal
4--Avipa
5-Joe
6-Chaepanita
7-Loteria


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r. RoM 108 -T W.i $Mup. now 20-1
V, Ordo. 1 ont. nota -1
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J. ravo 11 V e 3.1
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letazo V. Bown 11x- shot possiblUty
hley St&a J. v 114 -May the best one wir
no J. 106 It score t price
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t CiF i.' *: ': 115 -Returns from- B-

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Race of the Double
R 100x -In favorite 8.
A .' l 110 -Must be 4-
DO. '4h 106 -Will be cl `_- 5.
C A..IVa" 110 -Not agalnsM 8.
r .. A. Va.s. 113 -Back in worm 8-
V i Gomwes 115 -Returns I rest 5-
0. San. 115 -Form mnde 3-
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E. Flores 110 -Good early footo5
F Hidal. 110 -Last w revelUng 3
SC. Cha. 102x--Could 8W-6 94
V, Ordo. 114 -DIWpo" ktei. .3-
0. Prea. 114 -Will Make debut 3-
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seilogist Kamal el Mal-
mnounced the discovery WASHINTON, June 5 (UP) linclud i m.ara t id w rl "ave atM
Meks ago of a secret --bnalt4 tax writers voted down tax enu l the aM A'-4. blo
- in the geat pyramid a proposal for a general reduc- dividend ofl e pro- yar o In enue.
wp at Giza, 20 miles from Uoan f individual income taxes vise. -.. fate of
.-which contained two today and approved the admin- Millik1n' to Identify E .
boats" built In the be- latration plan for mat relief on the sponsor across- have .
*y would carry the soul income from dtock dividends. the-baprd t .top L tlt
,departed kings of Egypt The Individual tax cut .plan, Another ever, to
yeS. understood to have Leen offer- said it wax aeorge. PermYM Lb
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mel.'s find has not ben (D,-Ga,.), called for a #20 tax sponsor of ,." p ued Tgi llon
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he said he belw it that luch or qore a year, increasing m b. Jua g
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ard wth the umr All' those paying less that vote betoe n m y .,
wTitankhamen rh $20 would be canceled oft : the propotlis incet 4*ividual eu i is- a first
t 3 a0n years ato. tax rolls. exempt 1 1S o- c al
tja sai he expects to George plan a li a m at .a of co
t Inde the mummy, en- chairman Eue noe D. M kh the exemptions Pr lwlsp
n old colln, the Ph&a- (R.ot t Senate Pitn elit 00 per taxde.
crowns, necklaces, and an. Vominftte ponounce* te pendent to $800 ntd (a n e nin M ttd the f
studded with precious deweis 8 t.. e boramittee gei0, $1,000 lin 1955. In 19.
SmtsiderlaT7.- p A pmmttee mro vedld on aioit' above t
d'd the name of the king reform bill. Trear, experts ted Una the would-be
at Sakkars has not been the Hbuse version did not Oeoffie's $20 tax ct cot c .rdt ,.l 1954 a2, 1
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MIAMI
KV>i TU.IST $171.00
HOST CUSS Ift.OO
AN INDEPENDEMTc^/TH
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DAILY NEW
'
INTERNATIONAL^ AIRWAYS
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country is $afe" Abraham Lincoln.
Now...6 YwrsOld!
^sw
TEAR
PANAMA. P.. MONDAY, JUNE 7.10M
More Hanoi
Fall
Reds
National
Conside
Recalls
WASHINGTON, June 7 (UP
The National Geographic So
clety recalled tM'ttf tietiltLen.en
gineers encoentered to bulldta
the Panama Canal M H too
note ol. the current crack
Contractors BUL
The situation recall
trwetton day when ton o
roc*, dirt, and day freo0"
obstructed the gigantic_lhe,
then opening up the Ifthmu ot
Panama." the odety aid to a
new* bulletin.
The National Geographic
Magazine in 1914 told how hoe-
tile nature wa eemtogly bent
on thwarting every elfort of the
Canal' engineer.
"At times the slide were
quiescent, a if to lure the ;
glneer. into a false security,
reported a Oeographlc eutbor
wnohad Just returned from the
cene. 'Now they make a feint,
topping chert-or actual .con-
flict. Now they come in the dead
of night, spreading chace and
disrupting everything in what-
ever direction they more.*
"In aU, slides destroyed MO
titles of railway track and
dumped into the Canal bed more
than 30,000,000 cubic yards of
material. They delayed comple-
1 by two~
buMdn. snght""log7
treteh oalbe Pacific side was
through rugged terrain reach-
ing a height of a feet at the
umrnlt of Gold R11L
"The cut wac originally called
Culebra, after the neighboring;
Culebra mountain. Its name was
changed to honor the engineer
In charge of this phase of the
work. David D. GalUard, who
eventually aave his Ufe to the
undertaking.
"As the Culebra section was
dug deeper. aUdes became more
active. Before 1910 they added
less than eight percent to the
total o ground removed-. By
1913. the year before the Canal's
opentog, slides were respo/islble
for nearly half the mountain of
accumulated debris.
"In their onslaught, the gla-
inforcements
PAGE (S) MISSING u u*.
NOT
AVAILABLE
) Defend Delta
HANOI, Indochina, June 7 (UP) Communist
nmh troops seized two moro posts in the Red River
i today in a crackling eruption of rebel attacks.
One post, Dong Lay, fell in the delta's west point
Sen Tas, 25 miles west of Hanoi, after a vicious Viet
mortar barrage. Its 40-man garrison surrendered,
A second post, Hiepson, was captured in the ei-
I northeast 10 miles north of the vital port of Hai-
Two other outposts in the area resisted success-
ench Union patrols fought running skirmishes -
main delta roads fanning out from Hanoi. Twenty-
rebels were killed seven miles east of here on the
-Haiphong road and rail lifelines.
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Five Hospitalized
After Car Rams
Bus On Gold Coast
Five Atlantic side residents
ere In the hospital todayone
of them on the serious listas a
result of a collision between a
bus and a private ear which oc-
curred at the Atlantic end of
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway.
Both vehicle were beady dam-
Sleven bus passengers were
given emergency treatment Fri-
day at the Coco Solo Naval Hos-
pital and released. Three other
are still hospitalised there and
two persons were treated at the
Amador Guerrero Hospital
where they are still patients.
On the serioue list wa Sera-
fina M. Sana of 13th Street in
Colon, who received a compound
fracture of the left femur, and
a fractured pelvis as a result of
the accident. Also at Coco Solo
Solo art two military depend-1
enU. Mrs. Means Jael and Mrs.'
Carmen G. Hernandez, both Of
Coco Slito.
According to a police report, a
1944 Bulck Sedan driven by Bar-
ry Rhodes, a fireman stationed
ft Coco Solo, ran tato the bus
loaded with passengers, and hit
the side of the bus as it waf
coming out of Coco Slito Fri-
day morning at 2:40.
Police are still investigating
the accident.
t te ship sank off the coast of
Mexico shortly after the Yugo-
slav. Salvko Mrvica. was wash-
ed overboard by a heavy swell.
Two other crewmetnberi who
were thrown into the sea have
never been found. The nine
remainino men rowed ashore
in a skiff.
a police report,
ry to divert all
The Western Clipper, a 100
gross ton ship was fishing for
the StarkJst Co. of California,
and had caught 20 tons of fish
when she sank in rough seas.
Mrvica, Who is 42 years old,
swam around for 14 hour be-
fore he was spotted by an Eng-
lish ship, Oregon Star, which
deposited him in Balboa He has
been at the immigration station
since, awaiting repatriation. The.
Yugoslav has taken out U. 8
citiaenship papers, and la a res-
ident of San Pedro.
Four other sailors from a ship
which sank outside of David
were also waiting at the Im-
migration station today for
word from the owner of the ill-
fated Santa Barbara. The men.
all Portuguese, arrived In Balboa
last week when they were pick-
ed up by the James Cook. The
tuna boat belonged to Newell E.
Andrew. Ten other survivors
have already left the Isthmus.
bWMlvCU in All
dent in which two car were
badly smashed.
According to
it was necessary
traffic over Barth Road until
the rains stopped and the road
way which of about 200 yards
was flooded with 3Vi feet of
water could be cleared by Pan-
ama Canal Maintenance Divi-
sin' crews.
However, before sufficient
warning devices could be posted
on Gaillard Highway at Diablo
and Ordance crossings, several
cars stalled in the high water.
While several cars travelling
north were stopped to a line
just before reaching the water,
the driver of a 1949 Mercury
sedan, John S. Madden, a 25-
year-old sailor, failed to see
them and collided with the rear
of the last par in the line.
The front of his car, and the
rear of the other vehicle, a Hud-
son sedan operated by Harold
B. Powell, an Air Force enlisted
man, were, demolished. Both re-
ceived minor injuries which re-
quired treatment, but they were
not hospitalized.
Balboa Heights weather bu-
reau reported today that about
four-and-one half inches of
rain fell Saturday night between
il p.m. and 4 am. Sunday morn-
tog in the area between Pedro
Miguel and Balboa.
0&
Munro To Stay
Until End Of
484,' Hearings
Howard Munro, who was ori-
ginally slated to return here
ne 15, was asked by hie organ-
Uon, the Central Labor Un-
i-Metal Trades Council, to re-
main in Washington.
Munro is the CLU-MTC leg-
islative representative. The la-
bor group requested that he re-
main there until the hearing
on Public Law 841 before the
House Merchant Marine and
fisheries Committee are eom-
jleted.
,.t... .MIMMPW vB*w, nwii 4 ul -
ter
Dr. J. Millard Smith, 58, pres-
ident of Memphis State which
has a 2500 enrollment, was em-
phatic when he said the students
"wi'l be turned away."
fer.iith, former Tcnneaasee ed-
ucation commissioner, said he
had left Instructions with college
officials not to enroll the Negro
students;
"If they want to make a test
case of It, we'll just have to
mar.; a test case," he said.
The attempt to enroll Negro
students was revealed after a
"pre-entollment conference" be-
tween Smith and a committee'of
three Negroesthe Rev. Van J.
Malone, head of the Memphis
chapter of the National Associa-
tion for the Advancement of
Colored People, attorney James
F. Estes and Clara Wltnerspoon,
identified as a housewife.
Estes gave what was described
as a "blow-by-blow" account of
the group's visit with Smith.
"What's your problem, boys?"
Estes said Smith asked.
"We haw* no problem.'' Ma-
lone replied. "I am Rev. Van J.
5-Year-Old Nabbed
for Speeding After
'Chase' In Balboa
A Balboa radio car was sent
in pursuit of a five-year-old tri-
oyclist who was headed for
points north, pi<|tog furiously
at seven m.p.h. against traffic
yesterday afternoon.
Kill
r.
The police
youngst
reached Diablo Road opposite
ear overtook the
Tony Bnleston, as be
any Eggl
iblo Roa
**tea saie ne aidn't want to
disclose "at this time" names of
the Negro student* who will seek
enrollment.
He said one student told him
"I want to take a course at Mem-
phis State that I have not found
offered elsewhere nearer my
home."
"It's an economic question for
some Negro students when they
are forced to enroir out-of-state,
yet pay taxes within the state,"
Estes said.
He said Negroes have enrolled
at the University of Tennessee at
Knoxvllle; University of Arkan-
sas at Fayettevllle and the Uni-
versity of Kentucky at Lexlnr-
ton, "and why shouldn't Mem-
phis state open its doors."
Memphis State students took
the matter "lightly" as one stu-
dent put It.
"It was bound to happen
sooner or later. I think most stu-
dents are definitely for."
One student said "religiously,
it's the right thing; practically
It'll be hard to work out"
Smith said "i believe we will
eventually admit Negroes, in
view of the Supreme Court rul-
ing, but my position will be un-
changed until the court acts
further and the State Board of
Education In turn directs me to
admit them."
Informed of Smith's no enroll-
ment stand. Estes said Well be
there on the campus with the
students."
tee on communist aggression,
voiced his warning Saturday up-
on his return hire from an
eight-day tour of central Amer-
Hillings said the Guatemalan
government if "very hostile" to-
ward the United State.
The recent shipment of arms
from Poland te Guatemala in-
cluded 106 carloads of rifles.
machine guns, ammunition and
howltaer-type weapons, the Con-
gressman said
"There Is a strong feeling in
Central America these weapons
will be used for purposes other
than defense.' Hillings stated.
Cl Fools Around
Cars At Limits
He Pays $25
A Puerto Rlcan soldier
fined $29 this morning in
Balboa Magistrate's Court
was
the
for
tampering with a motor vehicle.
The defendant. Cpl. Carmelo
Cas, o'Hq. Co. Ft. Kobbe, was
apprehended by a policeman at
the Limits where the office no-
ticed him entering autos.
Balboa Tides ~
Taeeday, Jane 8
ifb
9:19 aun.
*
Lew
3:00 a.m.
French high command
that the first reln-
nta for the delta sent
ranee have arrived, Au-
i refused to say whether
re airlifted or came by
ip.
.oriHea saM tha. Rede
several attempts las4
o derail trains bringing
Ian war supplies from
tag te HaiMl. Twe hun-
ebel mines were seised
ache between the road
breed
?r rebel force assaulted
n the Canal of the Bam-
rhlch cuts southwest-
st across the lnnumera-
oie estuaries, inlets and river
mouths of the delta coast.
The post, near Hung Yen, some
30 miles southeast of Hanoi, re-
sisted stoutly throughout the
night.
French Union patrols which
jumped the Day River west of
the anchor fortress of Phu Ly
for the first time in months
stabbed out today in pursuit of
Communists along Highway 21.
The French high command
announced that the soldiers
were ferried across the twisting
river which forms the delta's
southwestern boundary yester-
day and pushed today along
route 21 winding through the
razor-back mountain ridges that
separate the Day from It tribu-
tary River Bol.
Other patrol
and southeast of Phu Ly alone
Jroup moving south of Highway
1 into the Sam Neua region of
north L*oy. 1M miles southwest
of Hanoi.
The Reds captured Sam Me
va last spring and nave bwrT!
togl^Atoatotog^base.
nave-been naaootod at
50 mile northwest of Hanoi.
Military areles said Glsp-s
"'tog had put him la a
peeiltioa t drive Into the riee-
rieh delta frees three rentos,
once Highway 41 ia reyairmT
Meanwhile in Washington, the
Washington post and Times Hay.
aid said today President Bisen-
hower was prepared to ask Cea.
gress April 26 to permit UB air
intervention in Indochina V
the plan fell through because tl
British would not agree.
state
cdn*
The White House and
Department declined to
nvnt on the report.
"President Elsenhover wat
prepared to go to Congress Mon-
day. April 28, to ask for
of a Joint resolution
American inte rvention
newspaper said In a
Its chief diplomatic
>r paaaCflL
patch by
ther patrols pushed
the delta bank of the Day to
mop-up operations.
Previously the French high
command had announced that
today French bombers made
Isre sections of Bed Gen. Vo
Nguyen Glap's main route
fresa Bien Bien Phu to the Red
River delta an usable.
Heavy bombers cut the route
dent. Chalmers Roberts.
Roberts said the Bri
inet turned the proL
ed action" air strike
25 after an extraord
day session at which thi
Joint chiefs of staff
south I would not save Dien
British Foreign
Anthony Been was
personally op
on grounds
Heavy oomoers cut tne route, aera 01 ootn parties on
Colonial Highway 41, at two 3. It said Radford told the
itwoaul
ground troops within ? trowto
after an air strike.
-T-* JlaBetclr^aeJii Adm.lrtKn
W Radford, chairman -the
J0 chief of staff, flrg^pra
sented the plan to Congressional
leaders of both r*rUea
places near Moc Chau, one of the | ers the proposal did not have
approval of the othor chiefs
few roads which lumbering Rus-
sian-made Molotov trucks can
use during the monsoons.
Olap appears to have split his
forces. Including four divisions
which participated in the battle I ever had sufficient
sS
Reliable Congressional soareea
told the Unltedprea today the-
do not think the Administration
9:39 p'ja.............1:37 p.m. of Dlen Bien Phu, with one
Defense Planners See 92 U.S. Cities
0
As Targets For Russian Atom Attack
the PRR Yard office, t a speed
of seven miles an hour.
The police report said "the
miscreant objected strenuously
to the Interruption of his trip,
but the policeman overcame his
resistance, and deposited boy cal
and tricycle in the radlocar." "
Tony was soon Identified by
another policeman as a resident
of Amador Road in Balboa, and
delivered home. However, the
young voyager apparently had
begun to enjoy his "arrest." and
It was necessary, the policeman
reported, to give the boy an ex-
tra ride around the block before
be would agree to be deposited
in the arms of his frantic maid
from whom
WASHINGTON, June T (UP>-
Civil defense planners assume s-
ny Russian atomic stuck would
be aimed st "substantially de-
stroying 92 princ Ids U. 8. cities
sad and would be backed by Mo-
logical, chemical and psyehologt-
warfare it was disclosed to-
day.
attack are
In releasing Its "planning as-
sumptions" for the year starting
July 1, the Civil Defense Admf
lustration indicated
believe Russia now
planning assumptions,"
which aro designed to aid state
and local official in drafting civ-
il defense plans, are baaed en
Russia's "officially-known or esti-
mated capabilities for attack oa
the United States." Much of the
information obviously comes from
Intelligence sources.
The agency underscored that its
"assumptions do not predict" the
it does not I Soviet Unten will attack the
has s Urge > United States with atomic and
"constantly diminish- If Russia should decide to strike
drectly at the United States, the
agency said "it is assumed that
the initial attack would be the
nsure of an attempted knockout
h)ew" aimed at the centers of
industry, population and govern-
ment. .
stockpile of hydrogen bombs. But hydrogen bombs
it ssid super bombs soon wtfl "be
available to them in greater num
It said Russia csn make
deliver hydrogen bombs
It said the blueprint merely
outlined Russian "capabilities"
if such sn attack wore launched.
CDA estimsted Russia has the
and ability to "strike sny target with-
SITUATION OUT OF AND Poltoe ff^JgtfS
C^a^Lot, J*D*n *J$ei '? 70ky3 t members engaee in a
brawl over a bill revising Uto nation's notice system.
*
long-
he had escaped a
short while earlier. deliver hydrogen bombs with es- in the United States
The incident was originally re- plosive power equal to "mlttoas range bombers,
ported by the policeman on duty of tons" of TNT. It warned, however that aton-
al the Balboa Clubhouse who On the brighter side, the civil le weapons "might be delivered
noticed the five-year-old tricy- defense agency ssid chances of by other means than aircraft,
Cllst pass him on Balboa Road this country being caught com- such as submarines or smug-
beaded toward Diablo. There are 98 principal cities
in the 70 "criticsl target areas"
lilted in 1953 and CDA assumed
that each f the cities could be
struck by at lesst one bomb of
appropriate size."
Pointing do the vast destructive
powers of new atom and hy-
drogen bombs, the sgency estimat-
ed that "any city attacked, with
very few exceptions, would be
sabntantially destroyed."
CDA ssid by July 1, 1955, it
should be possible to give a t
least one hour advance warning
of an enemy air strike. At pre
ent, eraes can expert no
*> a 30-aiinut* warnins.
ever nan surncient agreement
among rts own high of fletis to
make a concrete suggestion to
congressional leaders for an ate
strike Ip Indochina.
These sources said admJMgara-
Uon leaders held "wontodTfret-.
ful" discussions with Contres
slonal loaders of both parties eg
which a "lot of views" were **
pressed but apparently no dlrei
appeal was made for CostgroC-
sional support of US. alrtS
ventton.
From Finder
To Police
To Bradley
(^a,b^*.foMc* wrt* worsdertae
today if they axe runnin a loe*
and found department or i
sea
8omebedy walked into the Sta-
tion yesterday afternoon ginger-
ly holding; on to a four foot V
constrictor which he claimed^
found m a parking tot fea
boa.
Not to be daunted, alert I
Zone police deposited the
In a large ug. capped
punched a hole to the
permit air to enter. Pd
called Charles Bradley
Miguel, well-known ani
who agreed to
more lector,
the


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