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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00739
 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.
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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: AA00010883:00739
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,Nm- ; -7 -, 7- Xenhowe con eed of the vaccine probe rf I
un der great pllc h put it, to take tt 4
0 g government robaI- a ort cut. .
Sthe alk po vac However, Mr. Elenhower d BOSTON, Mae 21 (UP) Gen- .
S, "- to. iribution he believes imp thits. eral manager Joe Cron announc.- I
-- conferec that i~la measurable ne tI oea today that al ge Ted Wil.
Bulalt tini nptrri European onferen ce He reiterated his faith in Its Cromni sai -telephoned "
1. uA a:,i 6 fG fromm effectiveness against arlpp nrr af trowas flying
t4t at w on e -fpil y pt s- lb
':Four nrt n p o ItoBoston and wodbe available -
Weto F-our conference 'at the sum. e delined to analye or ,eom~ y a thPlbe Kansas City t.
ment to any great dam a on the Athiell riday.
.p -d -ntatives It.eredln War. I0 Kobbe r-v ..tto c cui t considering ready to attend a Big Four chiefs of state meeting to test Russio's sicerit on rlli -
Butewntti; "5V'* x.tti th..Wsutorn European futherhipmentsofWilla s,who divercd the .0 ,
defe orntion. en a detailedireho of' ton slugger this w k. Mr. Eisenhower said he preferred that such a top level meeting be held in a neu
At the ath. re o fo ac A laba Tma y .m here was no caion imatrl count and'that the meeting last abou three days. .
thts l =da at the Pa da- ^r. s The ri ted State, Great tain, and Frnce y ry sent RUi an iv
westo 061i TheDern.tyesterdayx rnnsi
t.ies woulda bel_ WikS do.tT tinup. e fNerry tories n Detrot da wl b.t .S oreuo t u ch meeting. Most guesses were that the meting would be held around J
re't S t m sotins t0prry Somewhat e over a C Williams' arrival ere. po p n Swteland.
"u pIi f ~ flt n Camp Rucker, al a-of airly s e M d tt Wi iams per in Swizerland.
atoi ch emdal A scnd cc ev e. Nmid stat United Sta tes a M ie U, kbe ued primly in a Mi. Elsehower at a news con-
logical ep"-rctSi1f D rAlivedU. ory-the Pradent seemed t role until manager terence repeated his previous
19aID eidved at 0 r s gL.hitsa-
19)ho the PDosraarrilbu at as he discussed. pIs s satisfied the slug- statements that he would go
In speaking to the repsree-. E. r Pr .Is 4 playing. ot anywhere anytime If he believed
ttied of ovi f, tl the 9 Bd One reporter told hJ ,Williams was reported to be any god could come of a top
eenoatlftheSovtio etn4Ino-th9 on g wee. Wee wide misivings as to te "In top 4,Wition" from a Flori- level meeting.
seven satellite raMuons and Com- Moir mp,,,0,), (A ,atIo)efficac.y of the Salk -_wo However, -his major it, oe e
o U k W munist China; Bulgann said the hi W the aIter A*Th newsman the asked te. daver However, h major Hitherto, however, the Presi-
Big Three* finvation to a meet- aheaim .l duhera. stewminv then ase the i as b ast ed much good
fg. ore if state d thir. r W. e. Lada, government atl r ards the a year ago that the 1 season i th
iiieTis nirs was received chief of Ralf, U.S. Army Carib- vaccine asa a ro t crn
boey ti Z ",mlsan yesterday. bbsbal tnso-aindto da i .tatihen.i.
ecor ad Res P Up with 80 90 pero t tion through spring lu be I s so -
.. .e.- e p ro p o se .-_ a nOa t'he c rew c m e m b ers o t ha 0 ndt lfre e t a... in g = h oe ar i ad tob e, a usen I a n I ne e tat....
at u .. .ata .!tof the four powers t.w' warrving helicptersmotonthe President said beh thit.was

-..-to'fvI thisweek.P4 pore o devefoped.- the Wake Outh pl' ce-after an early season ._si!, .lSAttq"d IL Vferenee .
=he Oa&W b " _- _..eAr Forceofk. m ue aestart. .e.

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a"I nort-watd toward the

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nmbera t th e Ca'nali
t it.dng o M a_ is AhIwI
S the' monthly statistic' on
traffic. The fliurmes also 'ie-
aled continued decline la
U. Government shipping us-
Ing the CanaL
There were 685 transit by
ocean-going commercial Teasels
In April. and 14 Government
vessels, makzig a ttal of =0
transmits. This was SO30 less tlan
the month of March wbean
there were 72 ocean-going

ols asr the mo 6th of April
totaled 50.17, of which $0..
191 was toIs .credited for U. 8.
109 rament s.
Both the total' number of
oceanstoUg ships making the
Canal transit during the first
ten months of the flaIaeyear,
and the tolls and tolls erdits
weM lower thun. during the
Wurit e first ten monti of
N prvious fiscal year. 7 -The
dp- Was due tq the redutafo

tn.U a lgftIleder- the helicop-
ters made stood at airports
in Florid; Cuba; Mexico; Gua-
temala City, Ouatemals: an
lal rdor, 1 S-lvador; Tegulcl-
galpa, ahdur; Minagua, Ni-
caragua; .and an Jose, Costa
Rica. /
Fueling stops were made also
at Belize, Brtish Honduras and
During the opis in th
Central Amereai count rI.
mnd Cuba the hesopters were
tnmmtrated to lernment
mAe a the U "I. ti
shdnow the moe equip.
NMItAGS mem pt theIa
Jot mappinr program in
these areas.
Ar cre members had
hglh foray the hmopialiy
u pu ed the eammttes vi-
ited and expressed apprcition
for the ethuslgam whi
the demonstrates wee reeeiv-
.Te'. largest overwater mass
helicopter flight yet undertaken
by the U.S. Array was the Slight
from Havana Cuba, to Comumel,
Mexico, off the Tuoutam Penin-
sula. An Air YFomt Albatross Air
cue anmphibian accompanied
th flight on this portion of the

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Seybold Reviews '54 Cancer Committee Work;
Seybold.Reviews'54 Cancer Committee'Vork;

Annual Appeal For Funds Gets

The annual appeal for funds by
the Canal Zone Cancer Committee
will open Sunday, May 15 and con-
tinue through the remainder of this
In a statement concerning the
forthcoming campaign, Gov. Bey-
bold, chairman of the Canal Zone
asneer Committee, reviewed the
activities of the committee for the
past year. He stated hat over 9,-
000 was disbursed for the direct
aid to cancer patients in the Zone.
The Governor's statement In
which be urged the whole hearted
support of the community for the
Cancer Fund this year follows:
"The Canli Zone Cancer Com-
ittee s again conducting its an-
tuaI campanin for funds in this
community. an considering the re-
quest for contributions, most peo-
pie will ksk themselves just how
important it Is that they give to
this cause. -%
"Since May, 1954, the date for
the opening of the previous cam.

U.S. Army

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paign, 72 patients were furnished
hospital services, medical c a r e,
and inncial assistance by the e
Lqmmittee. During this same pe-
riod disbursementst o patients a-
lone amounted to 9,079. In addi&
tion to this local expenditure, S 1-
PW was transmitted to the Cancer
Society specifically for cancer re-
search. WhileIt is deeply regret-'
ted,. you should know that during
the last year on the Canal Zqn
Mere were 11 terminal cases wile
were beyond the ability of our dow-
tors to prevent
It iust be remembered that the
long hard road of research can
tur. at any moment. A look at-the
zeonr cf medical and scientific a-
chlevements will demonstrate this
better than anything else. The re-
cent. announcement of the progress
made with respect to the control of
polio Is an example of what some
day may be achieved relarding
cancer. Already the overall death
ate in the United States had been
reduced 15 per cent in the last tea
"The Canai Zone Cancer Com
mitee operating in cooperation
*itat he Anmerican Cancer Sods-
ty, Incarporated has been organk-
ed in the Canal Zone for sixas
for the sole purpose of aif
the program for control of eale
both locally and nationally.
"As chairman of the committee,

Need For $20 Bon

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Going Sunday
I heartily endorse this program
and urge your operations in the
local campaign for funds during
the last half of the month of May.
beventy percent of aB funds con-
rib in the Canal Zone are re-
tained here for financial assistance
to ~eem who are patients of this
illness ~Md or public and profes-
sional education. Thirty per cent
oat all local contribution are f6r.
warded to the American Cancer

PRESIDENT EISENMOWER at his Washingtom news conference
go to a chiefs of state meeting dioated aim exl t ..
believing that was possible. tie weMl be i
The Vresaldnt said the nvi the reanta
tion waa issued to Russia in or- the gemwal eeint of
der to try to discover if there is the *f t.wM
any hope of relieving tensions. _S.d1to.6;e wald, an-
If there Is basis for this hope, eluding the Far ast.
the president said he is prepar- Tha ect of a chi of stt
ed to try to find outwhat the moeetl ook up a lge part a
Russians are willing to do. the _. oonfer.ene, whie

P. ra nun Referring to Russia's recent
willingness to sign an Austrian
"Al residents of the Canal Zone treaty, the President said that
are urged to render wholehearted was one indication that the Rua-
uspport and are invited to partial. loIns, on the surface at leat,
pate in this great humanitarian were trying to show conciliation.
cause. No goal or minimum contri. Mr. Eisenhower then said that
bution is established but the fre- he was Roing to try to find out
quency with which cancer strikes if the Russians sincerely want
should make it a very personal tease world tensions.
matter to all of us." Although ddiptmats had in-

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Baplbop Magirate's Court Wa-
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s A hrradrrs tTe Paeatam. m meteon abe he the nate of s hid

M Pleaos lig heap ciae iftts, l amoted and ens or oe19de oa them to ford. t lgcuat q8\ ? o
tm WMo hPs m uIan weaoreto peulfr y esr toiTe mPan as lin ev an d o. ter hJ e ayhoor public.WN

a. Junior decides to lay with the wa andter .nolati ht met Th tl h nlfeaer-, orr ueb- EAS osdror nt eS
-.taw cigadit kisdsgt. awnel
a m ... h, ob sve too oI g o e, and.dei r -t o-mrth,/nyec d ga t h try's herit

t. thp littl ayiint t ithhe BaloaeC'lboDursae ldro who dint eoi t ite a Ope lr the of Atte 0- oe wori
Scontrbuseoreedth-eotuplN a. iteHe-ee a

t* Junior wtrute s ck to the water cooler ps the twond glar said it Wovesdayd the (vern- eo b ravorablee 'evs5red tenatrt lnd t e as orw
Id iyof letterwies -hodIns tter st ailnea s .o8D29 601 nth vaee for. tl o

ur loke. ao mopr water builnes .e "we in nedlthe sn krn Ot fl f // i s pcwty' sAikte i e
Sled oIp h6 n1 h10 111 nd s@eI. v ryIa tion bmo tthet d Zm !,a-

Ssan d a t wae td the water cooler.e wa s here to ra n d i e terfla bb rdg a Bst

dl" < m ~Mm sort~e. "Itop this water business, right now! a ralbation provd s
Mo a eved this li orttle dr, e watr buainelao alhe ap f an cth l ton o lthe a oor O .tease io r'o

....... "'-rotoohetaS? wt tOCk em up 4 toapo
M s ut, and I was wondets wt ch of the twoe chract e s aerwLo arry'Stein-etotee m etd-stSowerv o, s ..

qBunts.theobooc oer.ddnhes down the bstod ae p a-

Retrrning, she picks Junior up and thumps him down In bel o.ambvyped Sonate ftl
ti hinake your sheympathr. "You naughty boy th Mama I000 ino oi cuniser s n I i o at da t g and more or e at that en emton hd t carter. great ot .

;sva no more water business she means no mbre water business e fur e andm by To hos two ra kid rooklyn they could stick him eor havi the So atat a you p to dfed sa bess. But ddely Dues changed h
vthersesrys9f I fiction. I think both parties .outd be spankedh told his union m um-e vaccine forilati

Syou sit If you get out of the hair Mama will pank your o w would wo stuck e. un, tking the mone and wop can do sfor along had icked Burn r
S Outdoor s thpace heat shines tflike Broadwmaand Junior come in. to enablem to afford to inoculated n, b up five with apit g the boss, each ofe arryg thela tt w o two ends h
SJunior s bored. He wiggles around in h chair and starts e t a thPreident butt and robbed a ca wn particular penalty a ptt d alle ach t u that W Bll
ofokes and lath a table beside heater cooler t was her hi to rae money uietlyhehings occurrto me. Now aim thatthes y enee counsel ote o a on a fd

y o ke. No mr wt b e Wral research projects-probably consider a seve-hour o of and one a eky six-footer are -un conatively. lve *O Several o ore' Central Jntelligene. He orga
. la* catches him by the arm. .Bit down! . In the mcntalhealth field. "rie, in which it was a ready ast redemption, i. thy sAek this .Aycarsonthat-by time pr a e d ogppod g Bt he t c superrdepbl e the
TJunior drawh back his f11 t an d hakes hia head "Nol" Th Itamters' Councl wll con. a nobody was kill as a to cele rate a birthday by turning they work outt .e lot, maybe they'll mt the- first place. O ffl .of Strate du
Mama lihts a create, opens her movie magazine a alway t ane ndort chen but ofecomthepoor. become Cta In
Junior s M to pla y wic thrib.e water cooler. irms.Nooe e wi e is l abor leader, Larry Stethey re just mean, ma r that fellow convict th high f the s a a
worksfce blanches. he coughs nervously and hAfter a btem- president of the Toledo Jorobably get o much on understood, mabe y were ove aptig him o A let t own

lie hand fries to her throat. "Oh dear, oh dear," she chokes, oart a ecial lnebeo on May several onts-armed re d- drunk ttep t Jtlhousei id even after Burna't me at h4 ld 4ghave no ob l to t
ae, Junior, fetch me Some water." Te Conodore Perry nio assault ar th, Whatever they are th haven't I can undetd a let of youthful poy speu vai ntew laeuathe s
Jul hes pp ad hi oaw drop delivers i Mama without o esson of a weapon, and business be allow to run misdeeds am the rst to ad he rt

No, ie ays, tting down mdignantly, "O mor e pa-m bs aentep ota intwha tort or1omtw t oa. .mu1-. ,Awra- -
Ssuao M meanwhile aS, union staff me less thereaa cha isundrstod drunken oot Is that ight we dvelo t a el2 ft ltaeous
S.- Chs "Loktt rdid havdd-been briediditd the p e tee probably w al robbery, three ear t and ive What men is the first a t al

her t sothat monerwlbe avag. lowed *o ru concuret, instead ornak. Sen stleks an armed I ever committed was other ealaor thee thedywas li
Water?" says Mama. Sto Previous Puthe water. DrL nr the -pclodvcor the rtoete ude aaulttle too muh an I was a ot, lf and a

|Wahingtog'r Birthday .. to e r. o hot at me and cauggZt i me wate copineofe" aspemna Sn
So'oke." e dabsher forehead with her hanky. ots, unless as the White Hoe th had pstol would erd that was the nd o my caree
S Junior stru s back to the water cooler, tap the second glass e aid last W wednesday, the bver- r owed it to "thpen ts. "tof ely of e eme.
delivers to M f.imen They aup enough vacc in who he forbm who has ta a ee th did't e A far a this onered, i BIG EAL-

oSfoun c at -w ii of an leg was n. stuck a a to w U kill the communl would pofit
Sfrowns. "Wat is this watethe aer union mem tow store, and ugge eeprie so ev the combined r pranks This writer ha ad some
your- o mor e water business a a me tead of gong to jaor a sol ad you hae to m a frthea es i pking oak e, or whatr ing to say about apnre taes
S ducks it ndtche0 e or o, make it out in 'em B that r time and fate ever prisperspirers do theserathe days when and Gen. Harry Vaughan a pre-
Junor sips back to the water cooler. Number three water erv o Dr. Salk ou d th e ive years o soe such. T s to plant the fin on some no- they in't s rike aga t the administration, considers it
deliereds to Mama. e crates, or attempt to elicit ood l beau e th at n e bos e a madeh s cyi as th kib anh thoe astoundng a aSt at

ewi utwer limbs eathrw way language 52obnerve u hree welfare funds are financed b an It's the Southwest Dev r opment u
MIMak a es a sc2ortie."Stop this was the 5busin Matched hnow pbc relations by providinshotsd i to abolih Washinton w
S ouear? Sit down. Drs your coke, takeouTHE BROADWA BEE od Duhth event May na mthut of erthe children to keehavume which a der the

thit' movies soonNow, no mceor Pdent tayal Soiety pr aken t poon at our me t at Thordial on B'way . n alive. Give it a look e a oa of Coss and nest dose
r hi rd out of the comowittts th sow. He's been pro da, e screamed: "A show gir" psared b ...Btsy Blair emoting
r shies audto No one is m omplare ll g about the during moreht than flo at or per week and ete s 'va ty" ha a delicate charm w6atlas -
,Mama S etulos eowth t he arear ojtsob @a easenor an o at ter ar n ue se necessary vaccineof bel-g th o a teSr." erl ofoe caIll He org

oolr. Number four wter omeuPsberlv We 10 protkesmant efforts t Monroe walks alone a lot along t 8 New Yorker mag wner f the place. Margaret Sulvan has a similar
a' grb theobnos t d the worous vaccle or the East River t. Her down the bere: told me.e enjoyed tch-t aal. .Listen to the new tune

apReases.n sh pcsJunior u wandth hic itoinsers' C w o makeup bandana on ead, a tolywm a t opsy a daisn tes y m e'l m uttern Crosst" pacd fou' recab a
S- we wnt to raisll the nation's lain lot coat. .Morton Down. he mag's usistr (W. Baree too Debbeddle t erber dtes- n e de "Harbor yiasl" Abel w
S shakes her finger. "ou naughty oy When M amttention to vithe mmunlabor leaderwho son san (poned Shawn) et) bW jos the rest of us-a n* ad s of m wl e m n utshell the A
kas nme r busine he means no mr waterbusines needy children in thisey area. wll composedtl the other day abounder wth this coan m ore or "In review that raisd by vale eron ties coi wood tInce: "By n it loot

it If you et out of the hair Mama wll spank your T hey.fund will be handled by Tol Fthose two ling" c st recorded by Ter y eg could by the Berlim Phvi th Soit e famed m l. .an youikepc to defend small aa iess. h

space tilfl 1I ahe e s l i tB ro ada.S ttW the employers. Shln) beti ng a champion hvs Stakomi n M. von Karn'd husband Mike WIld alg (you ng go radio, tele vsla." . a
bieSnn i hg teywlit rawbacui. Rocky Marciano erto, mn chalkovsky'asm as tlvers wh be aIt ot Green etwo ans the 6ouse
oJiorIs bored. He wigglesoaround In hi chair an start eral, stte or local government e ag hha e arilao red. on

enu therthrot. hande o n he Esenhower Led miht be done, uple of thina occurred to me. w cw aL a reference to a num. e's wa m aimum on each ounsel of s the olma God-. ve o. o
.otpoutd n i e ll be donated to o ter The fin st was that you ca'P t bums fatm Bropk s, 17 and d ount, n d ra ithe sas those grateful .Conceit i law.
tail'a Mea nwhil er m'hh "n Rus afm. .meelisrty Hutton's re. I unde work and noted several muha n anaevel iyto a ert.Several of vore.B careful

-ahembhrurvs. hav bee b e f d three t is e anten ying her abyw ll the al-r obery tr teen hies adfreading goIad ren and l 1ast iv ia a L u --_

g|< ______-- of i__a_ t s t t mn w b m y to Auntralia to do a show. . and Mr von Kauajan's poinimdg [turning quoI: erM mittedwa ote i day-was j-
Anh. switdownrevIousiPuzz esm en ial peenlthf eld -ocoensecut i. t has bet an ready paht rede them t a idf ivesee uthbit, 10 y tear s on that-s fro time a c ar, pcn sed ,Bt t.

didn't yolua an t tbea, ri cltheeamters'Counciwll To booking agnoy execs: "There lat htat Mr von KaraaBn's was or outty well cotmaybe, Ebthe y'llmentInOterfirst Us t sth

IDe Mf aa dico e no bad rytel . .To radio- j ahd e a little lower in mou we n It as to m e" .aep. thi ,.m a na I.
BihMeti es *fs awcy.es."unor "Thernough 's never beep the ffp. Js icy ant gyin that. womanye arpower ob eatare Cadumenutct eVast V inia po'o fir,

M .or a s M am a .. .. th e .b s. ra m ong. its 1 .,0 m em bers an O 60...si ood sustawdnd or a bad wen om m er- d oo t-re a av y n B or .' a.t c mt
firms.No tIe os etrom Vawrilltrr "andttr an iedrancisco, r they a work. A little hea that wae ar h lc th c--- lt
Ma e IMay 3: Jblncph. he ounee ousy andBaker's one hermart vehaler e sover aie RardingDv c
Sr d -Wold h woman IhI w atPt Geary Thp etanisndtooa' life. ay toaer a the theatis pra k

digt u1,f e oancellea t tes and week ayand b T I k wll a samd: Yeu a

SFrui Junior fetch mesomlletaheb."'oWhateOeyet e yordatevear p r at aftrm n C te of teis erstada vrybrah yiorng l-
a h o Isic o3 d f 4 yWwaCebs ieu t o as ter unOdtoaundtJ a.i am be s tar-as lga the d r X, rt a
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A3 c returning fstualts the fad ra A letir is Inga i '-
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House Kills Alaska, Hawaii

Statehood Legislation

WASHINGTIN May 11 (UP) Senate will act in v ie w of the
-The House yesterday killed legis-iHouse actidn.. Senate committee
latidn to grant statehood to Hawali'liearing on a joint Alaska-Hawaii
and Alaska IrtMtehood measure fave been com
Teqmiacally the House voted to pleted-but further action was held
sendthe statehood bill back to the up pending ihe Hose decision.
Ho Intertor Committee. But in Statehood advocatess in the House
efet th s the measure for rould try to bring up a new bill
thisesidon, of-nress., but no decision was made immedi- ,'"
President Esenhower repeatedly
has urged Congress to grant state- The issue nas been complicated ;.
bood for Hawaii. But has opposed y the tact that Republicans most-: ...
imil4r''tatenood for Alaska at this ly backed statehood for normally- :'
time. Republican Hawaii.
Efforts to wlp statehood for the DBm rats insisted usually-Dem-
two derritorie.s hae been made in ocratic Alassa should be made a
repe'o gBess~~e0. B..ut always state f Hawaii is.
they'e .boged down in- o n e
abuft or the other During yesterday's debate, Rep.
Ho e action followed two days khn R. Pillion (R-N.Y.) declared
oi impabsioned oratory on both the F rrent bill would hand the Ha-
sides. wanan government totbhe Commu-
F poftateod charged Com- nikts on a "silver platter:"
inu .i e atdve in H awaii, He said candidates endorsed by
thiftAt I could -not support "Communkt-eontrolled" labor -u-
sate ood, and that the "Fouming Lions won a majority of seats in
Fastlra' nwr intended to m~ the territorial Legislature last year
stai QutWA~uck. uusttacuhe a- ad the legislative session was a
S*''oaCommunist holiday." .
too-advocates said.' Co n- '
S s ihw lf an i m- p ed V Rep. Harold X. Velde (R-111.)
protathdaglven the ter- countesod that Hawaii would be
r .t s they were 'gi a I. better able w fight communism as
B sa d pa e ws ld A. L. Miller (S-Neb. said
Mm eopT th -lt 6 -cou- Rp. A. L. Miller (a-Neb.) said
.try is nst "coanialism" amd 1951 PBI report showed fewer
tor sefwe Iament. thpai 100 OCof.munists in Hawaii
A tstte sa tait.i r d wi a2,57 in New York.
te a s hstate._____
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NEW YORK, May 11 (UP) -
The Hilton hotel chain announc-
.d today conclusion of an agree-
ment to build and operate a new
hotel in Bermi with a roof top
supper club looking over the So-
viet sector of the divided city.

Then, of course, you may
gloomily contemplate your
stacked-up bills. But you will
be coordinated and this year
coordinated Is another wor for

and operated by the Hilton organ-

The announcement said t h a t
John W. Houser, executive vice The 4 h-million-dollar hotel will
president of Hilton Hotels Inter be- financed through a mortgage
national had concluded an agree- loan supplemented by counterpart
ment with the Berlin Senate where- tlnds in an agreement approved
ty the hotel first to be built in Lyt he Berlin Senate, the federal
the wa, ravaged citv aince the German government and United
beginning of World War II, will Statesa authorities Plans call for
Le owned bv a German company 300 to 400 gjest rooms.
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it behind- the bounce that counts.

It's Easy To Become

Foster Parents

To Baby Ducklings
If you are planning to adopt a
trood of baby ducks pr geese,
a.nd If you would like to speak
to them in their own language,
Dr. Konrad Z. Lorenz sa the
man to see.
Dr. Lorenz, a dIp'fied, beard-
ed Aurften ts O s pe+
ciAlist in the lHeate art of be-
coming a foster parent to duck-
lings and goslings. Just why,
we don't know. But anyway y,
the fluffy little creatures love
A few quacks in duck talk
and they flock to him as if he
were their natural-born mother.
When giving a demonstration,
Dr. Lorenz places a new-born
brood of ducklings (usually on-
ly a few hours old) at one end
(-f a large table, which has
iben covered with a white table-
The tiny little things, look-
ing rather frightened, hu d d I e
closely together.
The scientist stands at t h e
other end and forms a sort of
Protective semicircle with his
iiands by placing the inside of
his wrists together with h is s
palms outstretched toward the
Bending forward with his face
near his hands, he says "Come.
come, come, come, come" An
very rapid and fluent' duck talk.
Immediately the dutcklings
streak down the length of the
table and ruddle between bhis

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bland Of Im0uny Top To100, After
... Trends in faalo, th 7Wr
kEcuador Andes ^ yo,,re 75
demand spec1 teashoploftech-
flques. Many women .' dis y O f /
-Like I once de Leon in.search p 0overed that their Yd uub, ts,
fie Fountain of Youth in Florida buying a skirt and three weeks -
nmarly 500 years ago, Aragonese later, a blouse, just poni't work
Alvaro, a Sarasota, Fla., farmer, today. If you have a desire to live
a seeking an "Island of Life" in The elongated ln. 0 t he to be 100, your chances of get-
4cuador. tunics, overbloaies an, narrow ting there atre pretty good, say
suits make it ,ipOb1 Ato co- a grou2 of New York doctors,
Al.arp, a courageous, healthy- ordinate everylthgiSle you -provified you get through t he
appearing little man of ?7, nam have everything right ith you. ages from 60 to 75.
hus way by Pan American World The makers of tid nzimary4
.Airways system to'a so-calledi Is Items on a woman'; shopping It ,s dating. these, 15 years
lhad of Immunity in E c u a E do0 list -girdles apd braleres -- that most of the biochemi cala
where coronary diseases and high have a few helpful hints oii- nd physical changes occu r.
ood pressure are unknown andamogt these. newAfter 75 the rest of the w.a y
where the aflicted who go there-Pg a ,t h e ew .sho .d be rest y. the way
dre reported to have e flttering fashios. should be easy.
making and unexplained cures.I The long smooth lI;e, with In an intensive study of 1000
The y of this mst I s more subtle bosom, cannot elderly people between the ages
Tne toryo. is ystrious be fitted over last year's bra of 80 and 100, the doctors found
psaee, near Lo0a, Ecuador on the! and girdles. So if you're shop-' that the usual difficulties attri-

Digest. and well fitted there. creased once the intermediate
Fol the past ten years Alvaro n he period thad been passed.
-.is beet beset with severe heart Then, when you go for, your ih spite of the fact our world
attacks, prevntin him feroe a new suit or dress, wear your seems to have been more tur-
working and once capitalizing him new undergarments. You may bulent than usual the past few
for a year. Each time the attacks have been tlanni.g to save a decades, people generally are
recurred they were more prolong- pretty long-line bra for dress living longer.
ed. About tw. months ago his doc- up, but force yourself to wear I
tor told him the net might be the it when you try on dress-up The antib.otic wonder drugs
last. clothes. lke terramyctn and 'the -newer
When Alvaro, a great reader tetracyn effectively fight an ev. r
during his periods of'enforced in- Then choose a slip, or slips, er-widening .range of disease s
activity saw the article by Dr. In the same color as y o u r progress against cancer has
Payne, he began to plan for the foundation whateura, but cut been steady and hopeful and -
tame when he could go to Lqjaa nd along the lines of .'.pour new the doctors believe, two new li
seek, literally. a new life. outfit. If it .has a fitted, high drugs, chjorpromazine and Rau- e
bosom, and many do, don't get wolfia serpentina, can make a
Alvaro took with him 'a duffle a slip with bunchy tuckg over life for the aged more comfort li
bag, including a tent in which he the bosom, able.
sFysh e wil, live a portable ra- M
dio, with which he hopes to keep Then pick your -stockings. High blood pressure, they say, F
.n touch with the outside world, and Color is news in hoier y- riht is not a normal *conditfo n of i
a few clothes. He ways his wife, now, so get it-colot'o ordinated age. It can be qnd should e
who will run the farm during hs to your dress or pit. Get shoes controlled. *
qRsence will join him later he and handbag that complement _
finds rejuvenation and health in the lines of your suit. Ifit has! The same is true for certain
Isa hopsd-for "Island of Lie. a couple fussy details, avoid substances which build up in
them on your shoes. the blood and contribute to I
Sharpening of the arteries. They
HillB HA Chain Then the hat. Be sure you do not continue to Increase with
ilo H01 el n try it on with the rest of the, age, but actually drop after 75.
outfit in place. A luscious con. So all in all, your chances of
To Bu Nd HNeW Hoel coction may look like a wed- being a centenarian are bright. 9
IN oe ding cake with your particular
* ix R* 1 suit. Of Cours,. your Mambo or e

Of Congress
Sought By Aug. 1
-Republican House and Senate
leaders told President Etlsenhow-
r today they are shooting for
djogrnlnent of Congreof by
ate Jul yor the first of August
House GOP leader Joseuh W.
martin Jr. said they told the
President good progress has been
nade on his legislative program.

Club Alfamira's
Father's Day
Program June 19
The'annual Father's'Day pro-
gram sponsored, by Club Alta-
mira will be held at the Pacific
Service Center on June 19, It
was announced yesterday.

The program Is scheduled to
get underway at 3:30 p.m.

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START GREAT SPANISH BASE-Construetio is unrerfr '
for a huge U.S. air-naval base at tota, Spain. It will coves
square miles, four times as big as nearby Gibraltar. For the
Naval Port, an estimated four million cubic yards will havi '
dredged and a mile-long breath water built. Thehair statlo, e.
inland from Rota, will have an 8000-foot runway. The "sIl.'0 ,
base is expected to be in full operation before 19i9. Rota-w-ll$I
be the starting point of a 462-mile fuel pipeline' upalylui .1 ,
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to "get" old Dregborn Castle in Edinburgh. Scotland. After withstanding many attacks and
through the centuries, the Dreghorn battlements finally succumbed-to an ordeCr C the Waft
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Opening lead-6 5

Pity poor South In today's hand.
Ie was just playing along, mind.
IK his own Luiress when sudden-
the whol-j hand collapsed.
West opened the five of spades,
south countL4 three spades, three
heart and an undetermined um-.
r mof tricks in clubs and
inta mondis.

HARD HAT-This spring bon.
net is made up of gadgets from
,the houseware counters a
San Francisco store. It Ion
first prize for its designer,
Gwen Mygra, In the store's an.
nual employee contest for "hard.
ware hats." It features daisy.
shaped coasters, a brass wall
bracket, wine drip catchers and
corks to match.

Canal Pilot's Son
Named Cadet Col.
Of College ROTC

Since he was in his own hand. HARTFORD. Conn., May 11 -
ith led a low diamond and fl- tichard G. Abbott, son of Canal
cased dummyv's nme. If he had ilot and M'F. Elmer G. Abbott
ru th,: first trick in dummy, o: Diablo, hds been designated a
'd have tried a club finesse, cadet colonel and group c o m-
choice was purely one of mander of the Trinity College Air
venience Force ROTC unit for the next a-
cbdemic year.
South was pleased 4o discover In addition, Abbott, who is .
at he had picked the right -suit niem er of the class of 1956. has
develop, for dummy's nine of, on the prize awarded annually to
.onth...s.leastdplaye lb5 o n ae prize A w h o
monds held. East played theo he outstanding cadet in the junior
ee of -di&monds as though it as by he .Hamilton Standard
re the most normal play in the Division of United Aircraft. The
world. prize w&s presented at his unit's
,.Since he was now in dummy, annual sprmin review yesterday by
oth tied a fie ise of the queen rrA. Ge.r, Turner A. Sims.
clubs. Tiis lost to the king The ,ew adet officer is a gra-
back came a heart. uate of Balboa High School where
.uth now had eight tricks in k was a member of the honor so-
ight and needed only one addi- clety and the swimming ard track
Cioial trick for his contract. From teams. He is a parishoner of the
south's point of view, it might be Episcopl cathedral church of An-
angerous to go on with the clubs, Co
(it tho diasirods looked perfect. com
safe Soulh therefore led anoth.
Sdiamond,. and the hand blew made his contract. South would
in his face. ast promptly have been forced to try two fi-
Pok four diamond! tricks., defeat. nisses in clubs, winning one of
til te' contract. hem. The defenders, might have
if Zat .had taken the first dia. taken three diamonds and one
e$lndt rick SQuth would .have ciub, but no morC.

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th Afterle Adeiation of Unl-
vesityqPolssor; for dinner at th
A ]ry; ,"f,-ind-a Sunday. The
4.qe loreddea, registered profes-
gors ate ll.imaSbers-of the facul-
ty of $he Caac Zone Julnor Cot--
legs *,
S osepr.p Were Professor. and
1fr.g i ,litWbfyl .PWoessor
aS MIXhCLt,0 M s owen, fro-
fessor4-itVart -HMeNir, -Professor
tat! Mrs.
ros ...aa fe.e .
GRolenr, of lDs An-
e. ^ijf a. parents or L. u t.
pfM 0o1, rrivea mn
ka.mrB if "gay' ot a visit.
-r. OLtr Spemapla pand- Mr.

ewae *a Pike
ftW Ain!
The winners of te ulcate
Lildfe games played each week
at the Tivoli. Guest House, were:
first, Rir. R. Knowlton with Mr.
it. C. Pike; second, Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Alexander,; third and. fourth
were tied b Mr K. E. Frauen-
helm with Mrs. A. E. Davis; fifth,
Zonmander and Mrs A. L. Teltel.

tathrlne Trimble Re-elected
Grand Regent
At th3 recent election of the Ca-
tholic Duthets of A o e r i e a
Court Our La -ofthe Mitaeulous
Medal No. 874, the following mem-
bers were elected to hold office for
the next -term. .. ....
.Katharine Trinib, Grand Re-
tent; Rita Wahabaughb, Vi ce
Randnd Regef. Margaret Hopkins.
Prophemtog;. Mist Ca rm e n Ca-
oange re-elected, Financial Secre
tary; Cynthis Lyew re-elected, His
torian; UrsIa Hylton re-elected,
Treasurer; airede Geneteau, Moni-
tor; Angeline Ng, Sentinel; Rowe-
us Gower,.Litrern honorary Or-
tanist, Miss Melendez; Trustees
Xarjor.3 Palmer, Grepgoria Conn,
Celk.a Bush, Ida bugas, Mrs. Woag,.

"After the- uting and election a
hOe-rl hes hea ihbt aMrs. Lu-
laSlades wMIfs hte to kake
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W W =a b Miles Club
Xets Saturday
T.e W.iia oMiles Navy Wives'
Club, will hold a "'Coke Party", n
Sfturda- at the Community h idae
15th Naval District, for some of the.
member who are leaving me Isti.

Pefte Miguel Assembly
On Thursday, May 19 there will.
be the regular meeting of the Pe.-
tip Miguel Assembly, Order ofI
Rainbow for Girls at the Ancon-
1AAsonie Temple starting at e. withI

IdaStaus piesiding.--
Following the meeting, which is
the eltiont of officers for the next
term, there will be a variety show.
This show should be very entertain-
fug and all friends and guests are
cordially invited to attend.

Fadre1 0o 1Pla Ahead Leaves
Euer.wome. Liuely
"I've algnpd up for a course in
chia patg I recently heard
a woman io e early fifti e-
mark without the slightest trace of
enthusiasm for the prospect.
Then she added by way of ex-
planation and almost apology,
"After all I've got to do some-
thing with ry time, now the chil-
dren are all grown. I can't Just
The woman who was desper-
.telyelutching at any straw to
ill her empty days is a capable,
intelligentt woman who before her
marriage held a responsible job.
Yet after twenty five years
devoted to rearing a family she
obviously feels that all that is left
for her to to is fill uplonely
days in say way that rll bring
her in contact with a few other
'onesome women so that at least
the loneliness is shared.
bNe is mailing the stakee a
of women her age are main
in jumping into tee .as w

fi bridge d
into. hala day, going rflee
ags jult o, have somewbm. A
go jnin one knd of eass t
a litt iwhe and then moving on
to another.
What is behind all of thek.rest-
less, unprod'ctlve activity? Isn't
it their failure to plan ahead for
the leisure years. and then when,
the tim ef leisure comes to fall
ti take stock of themselves as'
individuals who still have some-.
thing worth while to offer to the:
world and sIJt -have deeply but-'
icd dreams of what they wouldI
really like to do and to
There has .bean .a lot written:
about a man's need for planning
for -retiremeit. There should be
,ore attention paid to a wom-
an's ned for g g reay for the
day when she is mnt with partial
But until women et helps along
these lines, each wll hav to fig-
Iure things out fur henelf.
The easiest solution. isn't usually
tee most rewarding. For it is fair.
ly easy. for a woman in the late
middle yearss to kill time, but net
so easy to figure out how she can
spend her time to real advantage
to her comm anty ad to herself.


EM Turkey iskp Wic BSreme
Mshhreef anee

i. 59I% ,5was aprweaeq a. Rsa- s
as a ft 1 the Cou. Instal- By GAYNOR MADDOX
o w ffis tatesl NBA wee lt >ae Edi
te. .
Eddie La young AmerA-
r.ho chef. t thee-'awTreqway Inn
. N .s Ab. .. n :.y.l,, q ae. s late
i.a-.Avme:at ": has ImcuI. et. Patlentfly
Iri Walser C. ausinu e iof Los t nd wt epaAt nsm 4 an.. artist,
ratls, Calaforala, is. saesftn4 Le taugft u.pep e o'e
al weeks with her niee ad of his meait lkpdar s. -wdise
hew, Mr. ad. Mrs. Job. ob.- ays -we ed exua0a8tlon
Smith of .Ba.lbT. Mrs. Cou- so now we .n tell U to
u. a former resident of the Ca. r.ake thi, sudlent
lue has se.iviuta wath her
or .s. Robet 5..aNeely. s aad sese.t m MN

S Four 6-oune .del e. cooked
me lat Tdaby white turkey meat Thes smee
Ts,^ AstqiZk i iatsa should be ett eefta grab, at
S hSO >t theeiu bIs. :i inchth s tiseesi eoae a
ilbie r.arseenas ol f Mlrs. ter or menrgine. A cup floor,
a a. al* wa s is a a. cp eg d! (eggggsin lattg with
pi rltt l w- e dw.U^-tB(t % esp rik ,
t~.ie l nme- Droedge ture I flo
tr.a tetld,. le *nad >ul e t B e Itte

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MAY BE RAR lff'-Wil scenes like this disappear entirely,
eliminate by the -SaE polao vaccine? Back to camera, Ryan.
McKendrlck, physicall therapist at the Utah Valley Hospital,
Provo, Utah, encourages Eugene Park, 5. to use his legs. Thanks
to exercises designed slowly to revive paralyzed muscles in both
legs. his abdomen and back, Eugene is now able to walk slowly,
even without his crutches.

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DON'T BE FOOLED-These aen't giant bats sitting on the
easy chalr. Nor Ii the 'orkman a midget. It's just a-giant photo.
graph of two very small children, being prepared for a photogra-
L phy Ihow in Paris, France.




A six weeks summer/course for new students
and beginner starting May 18th.
Registration MI .12th 9:30 to 11:30
' Classes no in session will continue
Stil July 1st
Knights of Columbus Bldg. Balboa
Por information phone 2-2363





nd ter an


trine: S

Baaanas, The Tropical. Staff
Of Life
Bread ls generally referred to
as the "Staff of Life" but In the
tropics bananas can well take
over the title.
Never out of season, the fruit Is
as Important, in many parts of
the tropics, as are the grain
pladti to sections of our Loun-
try, Ot rice to the Asiatics.
so vital can this fruit. be that
a Balboa resident tells the dra-
matic story of being stranded for
a week in a Caribbean port with
only 40 cftents anfi the boat ticket
that was to eventually bring him
to Panama. Bananas actual-
ly saved his life. He had man-
aged to charm his landlady into
a promise of a cup of coffee ev-
ery morning and a room for a
week. This accomplished, he then
faced the problem of eating for
the week on 40 cents. Our friend,
being a wise business man, (and
a god nutritionist to boot) fi-
nally decided on the most im-
portant financial investment of
his life, the one that saved his
life I He wandered down to the
market area surveyed the situa-
tion and bought himself a stem
of bananas. He describes sitting
in his room day in and day out,
watching the yield as he clipped
the gold from his original green
investment. It was a imonoton-
ous week and a monotonous diet
but it saved his life. Though it
was many years before he could
enjoy eating a banana again we
think he might like this recipe.
Melted fat or salad oil
2 to 3 firm yellow bananas
1A cup 'flour
Fritter Batter
To deep-fry, have deep kettle
!a to 2/3 full of melted fat or
oil. To shallow-fry, have 1i to
2 Inches of melted fat or oil in
frying pan. Heat fat to 375 de-
grees-., or until a I-Inch cube
of h etd will brown in about 40
secCnd. Peel bananas and cut
each oroswise Into 3 or 4 diago-
nal pltca. Rol in flour. Dip in-
to Fritter Batter, completely
coating the banana pieces with
the batter. Deep-fry or shallow-
try in the hot fat about 6 min-
utes, or until well-browned. Turn
fritters frequently to brown
evenly. Drain on a rack. serve
hop with the main course ... or
sevq as a dessert. with a hot
fruit sauce, syrup or sweetened
whipped cream. Makes 6 to 12
I ep, ailtd flour
.2 teaspons biking powder
1 teaspoons dalt
i/4 cull cup sugar
1 egg, well-beaten
,1/3 cup milk
2 teaspoons melted shortening
Method: Sift together flour
baking' powder, salt and sugar
Into mixing bowl. Combine eqg,
milk andhortening. Add to dry
Ingredle t and mix unl bat.
tr is smooth. b
Important: Have fat at c rrect
temperature (375 degrees F. be-
fore frying.
This 1 sa stiff batter and t
makes a crisp fritter which wii
stay crisp for 15 to 20 minutes.
This batter should not be
"thinned down."

Duie to the terrific responia to ourt
we are. continuing with the lo4w .ri.'(
for one more weeK a d have d
nwI' items, at prices never 'sA In Fa

COOLIE BEACH HATS: ............. .49
FINE MEN'S SPORT CAPS .......... .98


DISH CLOTH .................. 1.24 Dz.
DISH TOWELS .......... .SIX per .98 ,



(Opposite the Anoon P.O.)

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Policy of Giving --


This Week's Lucky Winners:


Berrocal Tomau Go
Azucena de Gandasegul 1

* Felipa Gagarin
* Rosa Petterson


*eL. Bertoli
* Lola doe
* Berta do

And if you
want Sterling
Inlaid you'll choose

"Holmes & Edwards".

T nrl.|AW lttV. IV 1
Central Ave. 18-45 (137) ,

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It uoar anr iuf ang from a bran.
OaWSl cough.. .try Buckley's Cana Af
dlol Mixture fast, soothing
ellef. The very first spoonful of this
world-famous medication brings
comfort. You feel it spread down
your throat-helping to break up
the thick. choking .phlegm... leav-
fkg a protective Alm over raw, sore
membranes. You notice right away
how much easier it is to breaths
and to swallow.
No wonder more than 50 million
bottles of Buckloy's Canadiol Mix-
ture have been sold. So don't let
&fat cough get you down. Buy a
battle of f sbt-ab Inexpensive
Dueley's Can Mix ture &

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I Street No. 13.
4th of July Anv. & J St.
Juao Arosamen Ave. and SL St.

182 La Carrasqullia
Central Ave. 45
No. S Lottery Plmu

raoh -of July Ave.
Agencia Internal. de Publicaclones
4 Cnme Ave.
reo'SsolaXe 7 street

Ave. TheI p g,


A. N... ...... ORNNa a P lOft AN A li

r^n rl A I

S FOR SALE: Beby crib and
,English bike, almost now. Call
HARNETT & DUNN Balbo 2-2815, House 2316.
'HOTEL EL PANAMA, SUITE III chairs, good condition. Small
S to 10 pnm.-Adults. Pro-teons refrigerator. $55.00. Sideboard.
Teean rs. By appointment uly. $10.00. 4th Street No. 49 Le-
Morning.......Bolboa 2-4239 fevre Park, on the left.
After 5 p.m.....Panama 3-1660 --
E '..." FOR SALE:-7 cu. ft. Frigidaire
refrigerator, quartermaster din-
ing table, Hi-chair, kitchen,
Canal Zone Dental olyclinlic linoleum, excellent condition.
r, Dr. C. E. Fabregs D.DB. B.lboa 4268.
iDen tue-.brtdge work-air braslva
General r r bille FOR SALE:-Westinghouse re-
ivoa (4th of Jul)i AeU No. tLjA2 diophone Console, with 3 speed
tlappoMle Auro S rhnal PlaYgroInd I automatic record changer. re-
Telephone 2011-PSnm" built, refinished in excellent
condition, $150.00.- Holman.
I S. A.. Via Espolia No. 1.
.- -
FOR SALE: Croslav radio-
LIFE INSURANCE phon Console,. with 3 speed
a, automatic record changer, re-
CALL built, refinished. in excellent
condition. $150.00. Holeman, S.
JIM RIDGE A., Via E*spah No. 1.
14.29 4th or July Ave. FOR SALE:-Radio General E-
Phone Panama 2-055t electric Commissary. like new;
half price; 25 and 60 cycles.
Telephone Balboa 2335, 1520-

"We can help YOU with
. Chiropractic"

r Dr. A. and F. OnRILLAC
; iPalmer Graduales,
1 5 PeI Avenue Tel. 3-11a
1 block frol I lux TheaTre

Pockern ihippet Movem
atoL ;-2.2451 2- _g_
"tar Ridm at
|i 'Jumpin. ste.sa dll,
,- ,r bgoP 'lW..

5 AkeR.
FOR SALE:-Gos stove "Detroit
Jewell." four burner, good con-
dition., .40.00. Phone 3-3)23.

Two More Generals

Get Immigration

Service. Poslions

Traverse arams U a. i^ a-ear
Glas pr Weed Jalousle re tll BIar. .a
ao aI p P. m t!x-tay ff10
Call D -M Of 3- ers.e apto t federal posts u
Estimates Given Without l(si .oPp passes specia lIs
OIBgatione giltin.
Distributed by rat Commissioner a.
r od uc Jd- Muidra A Swing, an old West Point class.
Products de Modera, S.A. me4 of the President, told the
Central Ave. (between Kodak committee he would be "ham-
building Fifth Ave. Store), s.' s .an i he did not get Par-.
dn h A.. e. Store). triage a bd Howard. He said he had
ben uanible to find anyone in the
migration Service to fill the
to eve) posts.
h A o AMERICA Rep. Robert H. Molldhan (D.
0"'M s iMt--et Court Far The* W.. Va.), wh.se governsen oper-
atro, c. i 0n1 sae" atto6s subcommittee hah ien.
Division of ibb. a. vestigating Swing's administra-
1;- iWeznce Cur. plaintLff vs Thae- tioit, said the Partridge and HFr-
Cu. rn.. def.dant.. e ad appointments were "as wro, i
ase No. 412. ivl Dockasa in an be" He
1=25m"aAnything can be." He a ma
A- a"or-ndivorc efedat" .Swng cnly wanted 'his "croeaties
-abo s ddefendant;jobs.
r'- ., aThe West Virginia Democrat
I ueoFtesnure to . s.. qaid the chiel executive was lead-
.caI t i be, ten ma-ing the government with military
a yA %It for the i !f- non likeU Swing.
j In the omapblint. l.,
in0the ftkwable Qthite Mollohan said Patridge and.tow.
Srud"l t r' e;ard have been on the payroll of
I L S...qthe Immigration Service asi i c e
b c-es.kk., m _Cl May and September. 1954, spec.
w' I an ,ively, as 5&)-a-day adv i s e r s,
Is. i an,. Che Deputy Clerk. Swing told the group they would
X ".ThemetaV. Curran st*ay on as advisers if Congress
efs Iu s se Mrved un- refused to approve them for per
t- &..the .-n anent .-.

at t .m i Zone, dated
S'e m." an~=, adqa f ed In
i et tIn th o4a;e of Clik of
Stte Diwtrit Ct ortb
MaleM of Balboa. Aprl 1
. Macenaakk tJr. Cck
ds as b Iea. Chef pety Clar.

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Rep. Porter Hardy Jr. (D-Va.)
also protested the appointments.
,Lut under prodding from Chair-
man Carl Vinson (D-Ga.), t h e
committee approved Senate-pass-
ed bills approving the two appoint-

(Coatlnued from Page 1)
Wiglsmr added. "But I love the
Game and altered circumstances
have cleared the way for my re-
S urn."
He appeared fit and tanned.
Circuit Judge George Holt in,
Iiaul today ordered Williams to
pay his ex-wife a Jump hem of
r ,\ tOn and awarded her custody
f their 2000 home sand Cadil-
Mr Holt also awarded Mrs. WI 1-
l had custody of their child and
ordAred Williams to contribute 110
a SitS toward the upkeep of the

S"- at ought to get him back In
basebia." Judge Holt said, a-
e .MAh tige. the Red a were
ebM e Is Boston that W II-
1 arld return to baseball -t

ms couple was i

BOX 2031 ANCON. C.Z.
"LA POSTAL" is offering, not
only 12 records for $1, but also
a gift for every $2 purchase in
its new La Postal Auction De-
partment, which features orti-
cles for the home and school at
incredible prices. Pay us a visit.
Central Ave., No. 13-142. Tel.

Help Wanted
WANTED: -Maid. Laundering.
general housekeeping and cook-
ing for Army couple. No chil-
dren. live in. Call Ft. Kobbe
5117 after 6:00 p.m.

.CZ Students Art


FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Cus-
tomline, like new, radio, extreme,
duty paid $1775.00. Call Pat-
iea 3-2356 after 6 p.m.
FOR SALE-1953 Pontlec, vey
rOd condition, very reasonable.
all 25-3679.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Main-
line V-8, New W/S tine and
radio. Can be seen at House No.
5343-l1. Diablo. Phone 2-2,45.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick Super-
Dynallow. 2-door, new tires and
battery. Priced right. 759-C
Barnebey St.. Balboa. 2-4413.
FOR SALE: Model-A Ford,
nice interior, excellent running
condition, reasonable price. Cull
Balboa 4268.

FOR~~~~~~ SAE-oto 91Ct

r x ibl O en diFOR SALE:-Pontiac 1951 Ceat-
Llina. Hydromatic and radio,
ExhibII Opened one owner, excellent condition.
Call 2-1304, preferably 5-6 p.
,!n Tivoli Ballroom m. Price $925.00 cash,
FOR SALE: 1947 Pontiac.
The qnnubd art exhibit of stu Cheap. new seat covers, radio
dents in the II.S.-Rate elementary in wood conditions. Phone 3-
schools in the Canal Zone w a s 6042.
opened this week in the ballroom
of the Tili GueFt House. The NEED a Car?
exhibit completely lines the walls Call H. Pretto
uf the room and overlfows onto Automobile sales, all mokes,
some of the pillars. Its first of- new and used cars. Automobile'
facial visitor, were the principals Insurance. 6007 Front St. Phone
cf the eleven elementary schools 1604, Box 748, Colon.
who saw the exhibit Tuesday. Cadillac Coupe Deville 1953.
.mne car condition. Fully equip-
The display, which is the eight ped. A real bargain. Trade in
of its sort to be shown here and; accepted.
the second at the Tivoli, will re.
main in its present location f o ;: FOR SALE:-1949 Nosh, excel-
about two wteks. It will then be lent condition. $375.00. House
lehung at the Maroarita Service 5768-A. Sibert Street. Diablo.
Center where it will remain on-FO
exhibit from May 24 through June FOR SALE:--Army i*p. Duty
6. paid. $550.00. Good condition.
A. variety of materials are used Phone Kobbe 84-3179.
ltheer exi.ipr In FOR SALE: 1949Hudson
qje done in' Zbphco:lage: good condition. agoodnires. Price
lr of 009ue411ube'0 ob as 522R00. Fpoe h Panama 2-
Itba"re. .cattonntfd -itr 'onto a 9 _747.

'color is

is being shown have selected a
number of themes. Holidays and
special celebrations, s u ch as
Christmas, Easter Carnival, Hal-
lowe'en, Thanksgiving and th e
centennial of the Panama R a i -
road, have all provided material.
Some of the pctureas and posters
show the effect of safety a n d
health instruction and some are
connected with tast fall's observ-
ance of Tire Pdiventlbi Week.
Ibn o__ a, w .Pa

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(NBA Telenhotol
OPERATION A SUCCESS Prissana (left) and Napit Polplnyp,
23-month-old Siamese twins who were suoesmufully separated
at the University of Chicago Medical Center, are held by their
nurse, Miss Jirapon Karsemsak. This is one of the first pictures
of the children since they were separated..


ATTINTION 't 1.1 Just built
modern furnished apllents, I,
2 bedroom, bhoet, l v*otr.
Phone Pemama 3-4941.
FOR RENTfFumished endl u-
furnished 2 and 4-rem modern
apartments. Cqtlem ALHAM-
Phone 1386 Colen.
FOR RENT-2 beIdrom apart-
ment unfurnished. S-"91h St.,
Son Francisco. Calt Cosper 6-
FOR RENT:-Medeo furnished
2 bedroom apartment. Hot wa-
ter, screened., mst -eSireble
residential district. Phone Pan-
ama 3-1101 during working
hours. 3-4157 after 6 p.m. for

FOR RENT:-Comfortable cool
one bedroom apartment suitable
for couple or small family. Celle
Darien No. 5. Apply Tel. 2-
1455 8:30-11:30 a.m. 2-
4 p.m._
FOR RENT: Modem part-
nqent, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
2 both, sitting-dining room,
porch, garage, hot water, $110..
at "*El Congrejoe" "G" St. No.
2, house "Ceroces." See D
Castro, Avenue B, 9-43. Phone
2-1614. Panama..
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom a-
partment, maid's room, raoge.
Just built. Alberto Naverro St.
No. 22, El Congrejo.
FOR RENT: Cool bedroom,
living room dinette, kitchen,
Next street from 4th July Ave.
Calle Darien No. 8.
FOR RENT:-Small apartment
nicely furnished for couple or
lady. 46tb St. No. 45, first fleer
right. Phone 3-3314.
FOR RENTI-2 bedroom epoart-
ment. 16th Street, PaitiHfl No.
1.-Toelphone 3-6155:

FOR RENT:-Vecatlo quater. 1
5-21 to 8-10. Bbe 2-246L J

tp.Ul--On, bedroom fur/
BOSOM" with to
dinin redoi oxtre larle sr$till
ad in perels, athroeem, kitchen,
cedar dry closes. loadry etc,
Situted at Jue 1. eSe Straet.
SPhone Penis 2-0027 er 8-

SRENT:- Modemr Duplex,
El angrelo. Two bedrooms,
me 's room and both; laundry,
'go. $125.00 monthly. A-
elabl My 15. Inquire 39 St.
N 5.34.

CZ Offkils Probe

Damage By A-Blast

In Survival City
A through examination of the
damage inflicted on SurvivafCity,
the test site, which was razed by
'he atomic explosion at the Neva-
da Proving Grounds, was made by
William (p. Dolan, chief of Civil
Defense and Melvin F. Millard,
safety gineer in the Engineer-
ug and Construction Bureau pribr
to their return to the Isthmus Mon-
day night after attending the re-
cent civil defense test "Operation
Cue.'! ".
Dolaimand Millard were two of
the three representatives from the
Qasal organization who attended
the t't. The third was Edward M.
broader, Jr., assistant .engineer-
in and coetuction director who
rte.d t tthe Isthmus last week
whls the atomic blast was delay-
The inspection of Survival City
wt .made by the two Canal re-
presentatives from the viewpoint
of Civil Defene needs on the Ca-
nat tone.
other with otner civil de-
o0. ebarvers, they were sta
ti at a point about 40,000 feet
i ven and one-half miles from
center of the blast. They re-
p-ted that the initial flash mome
fa y blacked out the landsca
I that tl'e shock following im-
.e.y after, could be felt
siyeven at that distance.
niemxt day they were given
Id ortuaty to visit the wreck-
.L the test site and study foa
tel. se damage, done t.
various types of construction
at.varying distances from
fo-ot towr where the bomb

reletures were taken of the
irs ad after the blast
ablry wva be .shown local-
prt of the Canal Zone Civil



FOR MRNT-mo-, Alet, one
bedroom, living d.iib"g rmom,
kitoen. Modeotwent. Owrael
Jom do Sn Marlim Ave. No.
6o. downstair.

FOR RUENTf-.CnIot fra .
hbMbi atment, thrM bed-
roMen, tw bathe, sUrvnt quer-
ten. froiie wlhil machine,
eo cenvfeniese. Penanm 3-
FOR RENT:- Veentin' quer-
ane Diable,. I- 4or4ms. Juno
4 through Aum.wl 24151.

FOR RINT: New cholet, 4
bedronta. 'aia CItHcuentene-
rio" No. 36T. fophone 3-5673.

FOR RENT: C. Z. vocation
quarters. Boi 1114 Ancon. Tel.
2-1700 efteri 7p.m.,

K OJ. *M 4

a ~.l.J Ai-,, ?,. ;,...

SHRAPNEL'S furnished houses
on beech at Santa Chlf. Tle-.-
phone THOMPSON, I *boa
Baldwin's apartments for rest et
Santa Clara. Phone hIbee 3681
for reservations.


12 ';i; i:/> ;-f-'., "

while wrapitm WIfh oferenem
les, o.Wre of. sImll hlid or
la.wM *i.eS II .. 2.. l4af.

ing his tickets for -e BoOy's StIta Bal tdote held at the American Leon ub, Port
Saturday 4s Lt. Gen. W. R. Harrison. The happy salesman is Jack. P Caie, one of,t
chosen to represent the young men of the Ca al Zone in the Boys ej pr.grm W
starting for the first time in the Zone. Looking on is Alfred GaOWul, fCommader
No. 1 and also chairman of the 9SU. AU entertaining evening is ietng planned. The aw d
edition of the Amador Follies la one df 'the highlights of the ball. not to mention the moun ,
Hans Janowltz and his orchestra. Tickets are on sale at the American Legion Club sadawa
also be purchased at the doortl e night of the dance at $1 per.person.

Panama Line Sailings

A total of 179 passengers .re
booked to sail from Cristtoal
Saturday for New York aboard
the Cristobal of the- Panama
Line. Eight passengers ate
saceduled to disembarK in.Port--
au-Prince, Haiti. '
Among the Panama Canitof-
ficials Included on the peasem-
ger Ust for New York are "d-
watd M. Browder, assistant Di-
rector of the Engineering -and
Construction Bureau; Carl .'J.-
Browne, superintendent of the
Balma field office of the.Maln-
tennce Division; and Dr. Elu;W
Hurwitz, superintendent of the
-Palfo 8eco Leprosartum. AU are
accompanied by their wi s-4Ud

fPggengers en .route rt
are Mr. and Mrs. Roy. ,
aSd .two- children -ILw.
q.dpnIth; Dr. Gilbelt 1
aLd-.r and-Mrs. J.H.
Tfle coniplete advgae.
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yamF Akers; Mr. an4d
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and two children; Miss Joanna
Haeedece; Mr. and Mrs. W.
lan C. Hearon and smg; Mr.
alv4n,8. Hellman, and two
daughters; Vincent J.- Huber;
Mr.. and. Mrs. Hilton V. pghes
and mthre children; Miss Betty
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abtd two children ir. and ra.
Joseph J. Kincalh and two-chl-
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Mrs. John M. Klaovsky an.d
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SMr.. and Mts. Land AA. Lar.
ptl. 50 d 4on; Blanche Lewis;
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ii..a i Mlock;
ra4 Ms.Arsale SManikas
C MUynard and two rWhiren:
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North Atlantic Treaty 'za-
tVun's '*ofeii. of foreign" I rs
called today for a ceanftirei the
Formosa -area, warning QK r-
ther-hosilities there wodld-etar.
ly endanger the prcq&Mt
world." .'
The -codnciI-wgnd upl i.'Jt.o-
ric three.day meetintbprwfth a
final commu t ,icM lstthe
warning -abou ~lm~i at i 'tt ga ve
its official bcmsdjsul; t~lpryoo
cd Bi PFour co.ferec ;"at'it-l,
Summit" -withi s tia bm .er
The .ciemaies reoo p wt 'e
Par astern situation ma "rr
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thatt-hebe woftldbe a enti o
hostility ies'de Far Xastfad no
further resort. to foree shLe: tMs
would r elderly endanger th 'e
peace of-the world."' .
The communique also h'a 1i.e d
West Germany's new pbee i thi
Western aliance- even as ths i So
viet Unioa'organized a- "Eas-ei
NATO" n Warsaw.

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iN A -'.-K '_."BUith" Houner, 11. of Port Laa4, Tex., fas.a small boy with a bi .
t *I...er....fplapya swo of his painting., whicken every major prize in his home
, wbb lI been painting f or five years, sluo takes dancing leons, is a Teerfoot
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Oslairdl(utr Panama Line ILYWON
starI's HmpaiO I LLY W00"..
0m' s --;,,A
u N I gs. By ERSKINE JOHNON led froteM the lot. The growing tu- Lie public a
NSA Staff Correspondeat d'o, busiest is Hollywood, needs song hek
CLVLAND, Q *thedr bungaiew for offices. An ateo the
Bo esumen in this hjhly nd.s 1 er a b HOLKWOO1I (NEA) -Hol- Mabel and Maude have prom- be ma Is ,
area beme so y. pa era are book wood on TV: Television ps di- d they will go quietly.After "High
e Si ltoise Jal t tH aed to al t r a hyfrom Now toyd nosher hap oe- a. ty're not goine fonr.nJustout- mia i i .witon
lpqf the Clevelata a Sandj York for Orlito b oth e vats world ofS em- le the fen to anster bungilow IV on C bww e
.y Jente r of Western,a._,erve Panama of the ,ama Line. .d Mael Roach and hr.s er, .wned by Hfl Reach or. Admitr a
,verTsity. There are eight passengers Idaude Ktkeen.. They'll stil: be'kepi g their eyes the prolue h
The a i-ascheduled to disembark at Port-l For 3 yes' s they've had the tl things at the tudi. "'. really t ,,.a. i ,
The hitter in turn invited Hel- au-Prince, Haiti; unique distinction of being the only h on this eme a s il_0 a
mut Ormestad, Swedish physiOst The Panama is sailing on her two pAsa in Hollywood periit- Court hearing of a iwsuit will make r a"t"r" b it
Pnd acoustical expert, to speed -a second trip to the Isthnus af- ted to ve on a motion pcet4re a ainst Liberaee and a 7twonal plugging them on the netwl "Vu

tntl rafr more = and Mnd Vincent Gonzalez; afion, prod nig Army training a-n. Irene R.an *bout a Britlis m
.- here isr study an d reco Mr.- tr her recent t return 'to pas 'lot. Other mall kedungalow hoMab e maazd Five bCBS niormeer prent eight i mon Th bf k big z ut
more none.the huge singer and Merice. tucked awaye n onthe oer of etd h Red Driggin sld for June It inw. hve bee e.
H.nuel loss in health t h and p-, The complete advance pas. the Hal Roach studio, owned byLiberae g Conate a stion bforeiro wasi w .rg a wraptiaro
l isney due to nose singer list for Cristobal follows: abel's son, Hal. Sr. sVco n g de for Las Vegas. d brkels Inc tk i tr o
YNose is increase every ay, Mi Ale dAckser J a o b The movie bus s wouldn't plans to tre I a release J

pde ~ithemdve, a M'---- -I -- d they could remai on thel lot.- TV w"l l.ke no cha.ces with ---
oss with industry d p oduc- amn; aSiter MaryaClare A s-s budge tem d their ro rrnt m one ant out of hiaras c re Jae soBrog of the Rm Ti
ilon,' Orme.tad s i _aftr listen terMary D t MrCliffo rd The U. S. Army coldn't,ther. andMy F torite Husband role, al vers is i the ru aor
m i w ron ve p indus- Ewg; MiS -lo ce M. Ford: Durin Wond ar Io the Sioah claimln thbe scripts arenof't what r ance ballyoof ongr the ashow.
uis ants. "he d~e~nso s OD~l r Miss Palestia Judtoh Gaderoff; studio was-.. Signal Corps oestal- t hey used to be. .'

stmoutly for more PdMr.and'rs. Vincent Gonzalezh:aitndprod*r Ing Army training lAens Ryan about a British im
st.is n ly, Ay lle a MASN. GTONiel MaHa y 1a U lo ins. Te Army a sked Mabel and Five. B n "nguiner spent eight. ie "on TV:

mose lreadv working. They say Fmergency television facilitiesnl "This is at reality. This is the Flcska. The Maut O'Harv besfm
mo no e t ch ldrlo e en d Mr od M Presi- After to move whear they R ach studio akeurs rlginvd up TV setselnIt must hno ve bwa ned a fe
level aeph T. Kolowaki' and three ae' listudio .I Super Cona teltalos for etht air-. hero was wringawrinp 1arou

least poibl egg t o hinm. children. attack, the Whte Houe nd Maude until the other Mday.bel, borne press screehowins thofese light onocle
The flrsedh e eni ht ithe I s- After 3 years, they're being evi- e cause of hh ba thing that
a S thepu lva es i. 6 n P dthey ould remain on the lot. TV will take no chaes with t

direct thpe of noiserJust asdvocater de F"di to give detalstto pick outwit the the ths -will*'.. -
ndividursp "e par-tests" of all pros-am hs I stoes warned garden -I have a host exainingach and First telei om "-
prospective employees, as well as WA e I NG r o N, May 11 (U)-.lodng Wsbel to a three-star gener-l every wtme: etury-Foewille "My Fe .
thnose already working. They say emergency television facilities'rIIl i "This Is n0s reality. This i the'F Flicks." The 'ary ,Oi'Hara e,
obs could be classified as to noise nave bepenmtup to enable Presi After the war the Roac studio akebeleve -world of-roadway elline ovl was filmed as a feW r
level ad 'the employee placed lent Eisenhower to address the I became a booming telefilm c an-e' -lure byo ,FoxInk1 .3. I
'vhere the existing sounds had the country quickly in event of an ,Wr Life didn't change for MabelINew.untried musicals are ta-
least possible effect on him. enemy attack, the White House And Maude until the other d, Ibt on homerweens these days
do of the oSrise le vsce lst#aid m ls over a loret otrJ h- ,- l
ed iy1drn peonrese.nJust6 s crty declined to give details. Buto7
-dos--ifo- e -- ........ w-" sal..rsaid the emergency TVhtr-
cog wtnsue canodistress canine t s ere T
ears, ..i..abl particur sustaid I rangementhis been In existence.
note can, me a aruanileavs thined ,or some time"
room to keep his head frontsplt, able the President, in event of th
Huagt lackmto ackuthwitey Houe a,
"if a worker's efficiency Is cut tofconsul wt h keygovera.i.-
.down by the aoiseylevel,.ehe could.i lt offuicials ovetworka.closedcir-
be transferred to another. less' ob-a I tervelinedtwo wrkedi. Bth
e'll hiAle anore fiesta rk- President then could cut into such
mar, o a piartur tingrmight stil bcopeetng after an
note Ianomaeahumnl wltvthe relief ...Attack.
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.a. Academy of Oh-
The American Academy of Opis Color Radar System
(UP)- MADISON.Wi halmology aid Otolaryngology
111 t dmeantInstration offer. University of Wisconsin law pro- -ys damage to the inner ear by lm | al aa,, a Mine..ia
ed a new ry today as to why lessor says 'he mailbox in front noise i still incurable, but that UEUsll EUVEN3 lIIIUIJ
some V sopB commit acts of vio- of farms of the not too distant deafness restting from less seri-
nsee PA o aarent reason future may read sometig like ... o rs da laig may dear upfr u lm Allts
It ifty be, t -VA said, that the a karm er Dro In, l .. .. ngcr of t ueatne tg as d res lef. up ul 1 .
mr utter whih covers th ei r choty convoo rr g ito Compesatois Angle
brans has not developed properly, Prof.-Augi.st Eckhardt, lir an- eaWy on. *iusm Most damaging to the ear are new color radar system, capable
Iavg thei. responsive to prim-. article ,ubli"hed i, The Practical -- .- -- high-frequency sounds high- of distinguishing between' hraIndly
tiveemotion t-Lawyer said "many.farm busi- ....itch. d and penetrating. Jet .en- ,ad enemy alrcrsft, is now and.
- en l nesses now being operated as sole ership in tax savings. Stocks Lines make that kind of noise. So rgol evaluation tests by mill-
Previuas theories have linked the prolrietorshipa or partnerships, ran be distributed to the children o high -.speed electric inotors ta y devices
disorder with an eileptic disturb-. would benefit if organized as -a# '.j a. cording to, theu- pnd aomu kiDds of electrical, ,teat- ris Jas, official publication of
ance in de dp s trs of th turoration.' mand their pres- in e nt. A ft Industries Association,
rae F.. -tkery.,in. it with Protection of enal assets .nt financial a while their E M tan damage the ears saidte color radar tan now in.
the i l covering aer ma be acmp d byincor- parents are alive, Eckhardt point- of sheer violence, as contrasted Jicate the position of unidentified
the csrebal .ortex-was Cvelop 5 action in these days of large l outnl with the slow erosion of a steal y al teai i n two colors (depend
ed byDr'CcaseloGrossmao, llbnty clms_ Eckhardt said. This Not only would eventual savings oise.-. thi 'respect the steady aU flight altitude), over earth
thority on "brain waves" at the as particularly true of farmers who inhe"",e taxes e accumu- noise is less damaging, physically e. which appear la another
VA horsita l.PI ttb br h do not hold enough insurance but 'tax authorities ll not speaking,, but as any factory work- -.
VA hosita ins ittsbne o ainst expnsive lawsuits, object to tax saving, whichresult cr knows, ir can rub ees raw tI ad the jet fighters and bomb-
....Gro maon .. e d atsome o from splittinga. sincomewdividendsoult akeows ai diean b orvesnra
h.dividials' with unreasonable, rio have liabilities which can not Letweens atoc ,eia ensn awy a or co t maintain U. s air
nt b avior c a us .e abno rma he insu--ed owper'g r entrailon. fa re be omin .capable
Pave 4 a device which measures Other advwatages of the farm. .....t.r .. ow r_ er. f(I The tre. a by dustri ds that split second
e di e l a i pulsattoiji. Th s corporation lie in transfer of qip- units f savors the c rate form of in noise eduo n Is not entirely sethoEof tIdentifying and track-
oation b ra f business too Eckhardt said many confined to worker comfort or to thl 3 postaons on radar can be

e wofi nmhas by rck an an mu d ig hs rbeen r dby the pa- Courts already have awarded g s ot a ous the
e Mud tesiv of the erebra wave heh aaida I' e t.or ex. penes cnsidcratwe amounts in industrial ,i-sar breen.. Planes noted.
in industMrial mhr Planie so nIto teda.
He WId extensive brain wave he said. ..*Ident....to.porating. compinsatifi. Juries are now cog-I It selI the new color radar in-
normaln t abnormal behavior are'tot su,nort the theory that this,'it- not always best toincorpo rtve, n cupatl, ma- t hazard 'just as dust do-d tes t lrig over chartreuse-
Idt bo ev apparent his fromeindings. e by e fle vior is directly caused d thAt h individual C wase W before modern air conditions rd ir land areas.
"It bcoisB apparent rom these by epilepsy. should Le studied, iag mesa ease into general The ladar .indicates planes fly-
.- .. .-- use. ji t high levels over the char-
.--- -- -- -___ -_ "-_ ii___-i-i_ streuas lqnd Lreas in bright orange
S, Management wants the worker while those flying at .lower al-
._ iato be able to hear his alarm utures show up with a more greea.
clock. And p for the work er thue. C irrent radars, now ih
he never wants to lope the ability pperatip. indicate aircraft only as
. .to he the apgnal to quit. colorlesam "bps" at any altitude.

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CLOWN CLOWNS WITH NtW-W M -Emnsett Kelly, world-
renowned-clown, does some clMowningM wil his bride, Elvira Geb-
mart, at New York City's Madison quare Garden. The -year-
ild Kelly and the 22-year-oadl n GeIain-bMo a.reobat posed with
traditional ball and chain and rolling pin Ia they. were honored
iy Kelly's colleagues, the clowns. The e;uple was married earlier
o Edgewater, 'N. J., and returned to New York for matiUnee per-
formnance of Ringling Bothem, .Barnum ad ,O B ey Circ.
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the poodle., are named "Jet Black" (left) and "Midnight."

READY FOR A RESCUE-A British civil, defense worker wears the new pack that will
become standard issue in case of an atomic attack. Pack contains a wrecking bar, en--t'
trenching tool, hammer, sling, saw, auger, bottle, torch,,goggles, ax, knife and lanyard.

F Davy Crockett were to "ISO".,"N-,o. .,. "ks.rrec,'.
id aaa"t pay a visit to the National l ," 'ecac,
Muzzle Loading Rifle associa- *
*.". tion, he'd feel right at home
because these members, some
20,000 strong, are becoming
.experts at using the caplock
t.an..c guns that date back to Davy's
R F..Bi c .f e k time. They also use flintlocks
-. k and rifled guns used before
the American Revolution.
r: They polish their black pow-
der guns until the metal
h shines, cast their own bullets

from a pan on the kitchen
S,. stove and figure out quick
ways to load their muzzles.
-. It takes them just 30 seconds
to reload their guns. An ex-
Spert marksman can shoot out
.% ~ the eyes of a squirrel at 40
paces and he can wing a deer
t 'me.at 100 yards. There aree
.*. muzzle-loading clubs in Ken- REST Al LAST-Sir Winston Churchill obligingly smiles
tucky, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa for the ever present cameraman outside a hotel in Sira-
and California as well as in cusa, Sicily, whe, e he is vacationlpg with Lady Churchill,'
other states. A national shoot FISHING'S FINE-Quite ascache is this collection of more than 3,000 pearls found
ib held annually at Friend- ___ buried in an ancient jug on th, island of Cubango off Venezuela. An archaeological ex-
r -.ship, Ind., with prizes for / *.' petition unearthed them while exploring a 400-year-old fishing village that was de-
all types of ancient weapons. stroked by a hurricane. Pearls weigh nine pounds and are valued at $300,000 and up.
is "pioneer" fries hand with pistol. Inset are bullets. r ba r.

HelUGro hFrO HUsBB-Qtand Frd ute s wnthe ecbwn 014a WiE P~tMT-Three former First Ladies get together at a Washlngton dinner to
p .,'.- worthabot$50, has won many prizes.lnsees ammunition for such a gun. a"",, 'Mzs r of 1955." 1'h win st .s i hose talk oer alms a Mrs 11 yo f Wison eand sakJloryMrs. Hr ank i s D. hee
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hello from her husband, Freddy, after she won Use et wn ,'l. Wed il-''fr formerI 't. ~ e og~ete taWsntodier
as "Miss Berlin of 1955.-"MW C odid~tists in East Berlin, talk over almost a halt-ow ntury of SA tirlcan hikiory., s'NryS r m n so h
. ",, Coa w orth -about.$ 50, has w on m any Prfll~s. lnS t h am m unition for such a g n. ,, ,-left,-,,-,.~ ,, h v, n ~ s a h r e a o." Seatid is bi --r ,.1goodp w W ilson and 4 0 4 W is r .F 'm l q "!t



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Gene Hits First Grand Slam Pennsylvqnia Governor Suspenf o

Homer InWinOver Braves On Learning Johnson Was Druggedd

NEW YORK, May 11 (UP)-By far the proud NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICANLEA UE PILADELPHIA. May 1 (UP) -o quet Johnson's owner man- *
est guy in baseball today was George Freese of the Team lyn 2 vend -P a t e Athl ctic ger and handlers at City Hall to
Pirate, whonh h kid brother, Y ..12 11 .522 9% Chicago .1.. m15 8 Into the o ae us o Me
Gene nor runs around with him, but openly roots Muwaukee ...12 12 .50010 New York ...14 9 .609 3 dero bout today atter Gov. George vestiga.t fluctuating gam b I Ing *
e enl-b h. uChicago .....12 14 .4e 211 Detroit ..... "14 11 560 4 rM. Leader suspended pro boxig .ddseand ,othe eriousmc i .r-
for him with a passion that surpasses even broth Pittsburgh ..11 13 .458 11 Washington .0 14 417 7 for 90dys in the state upon learn- umtance" surrounding the bout...
erlt. Louis .... 9 12 .429 11 Ka city 9 14 .1 8 g Johnson was rugged before not at all satisfied with the
8. year-wola Geore had aaafter relieving Bob Keegan n Philadelphia 8 16 .333 14 Baltimore ... 8 17 20 10 The governor aid in Harris- cu the fixht reflet my doubts,"
grin n his face a mle. wide the sixth. burg that Johnbon's handlers knew Driscoll. salu. -
ri onhia-ldGene bashed An eight-run rally in the TODAY'S GAMES TODAY'S GAMES of nms condition before he entered "In his first bout with Mederos, By WALTER C. WATSON the sixth and In th la h
hsf majye lr eg rand th, touched off by Gus Trian- New York at Cincinnati (N). Chicago at Boston. Lue ring for the naUonay-televis J o h n o won nine out of 10 e
In n dohomer off loser Lou eater, Philadelphia at St. Louis (N). Detroit at Washinton ed hg-heavywgt match here rounds," the inspector aid. "in Determine to win the first arl o
am omer ni hth ri an 111 deci- Brooklyn at Chicago. Kansas City at Baltimore st Frlday ibht but "deliberate- this it he hd t come in resh tmin iter
eig hth inning that gave the orioles an 11-1 hheadjscoeifrh t d wite au onare wi
eigo rdtnPitaur gi to a-6 vic- alonCoverltheirttAthleticst hh" su-e Pittsburgh at Milwaukee Cleveland at New York withherlt mwlgeirom erfrom kioceking out another contend- ment series,, Felix Larri a. error, so whe
tory er wate s'_ for Brern wasEdoi ng1UTntilhtheYESTERDAY'S RESULTS "it ao th are m ividusl or sostarted at 9 to 2a nd dropped Panama' manager, dre Wan rt t
l la rtnes ete was doing ell until the STERDAYS RESULTSer e from hs bag t C
eem on the WAY UP, the hil- sixth when he left following Tri- Brooklyn 00001101-39 Chicago W00013groupsfndivuas involved in al the way down to y es
leem onfther waynupthepht o s he h, atwoChicg 000000000 1 1 Boston 100010000--2 9 0 boxing who would net hesitate to Evh there, at even money, thhe ytray, n thh ,ersoneof ittleeyosersteraoPtcher hol,
e a m Choarg o hi at e as. y: N combe 4-0) and Chicago Keegan, Drsh (1I- endanger human life for whatever bookies would n' t take any bets.
down. Ihlrw won 6 and lost 2 during the rag am.
oth straight gameHarry Byrd was the inner -0), Fornieles and Lollar. nefarious rpos y n tDr(lsaanedto
dropped theirIh 10th u rge gve b ya M re Ca :Hacker (1-2) and Boston: Brewer (0-5), Kinder have in mind. it is indeed igh PeteMoran who ,an interest ular season. between the
when they were beaten, 5 3, by hou fieldyeneededh ealp, hi o. and White. time. to have a most searching m Johso; Tommy Loughrey, the Rivera left Little League fans rmed Porces and the Pac
the Cardinals on'BllVdon's Bo Portorf ed hi......... investigation of me entire sport, ,fighter'R manager, and Skinn Da; we-eye a he whiffed nne Lttle League, at. the_ .latte
1ih innlK homer. Rookieitoor but was credited with hi ) (Night Game) Leader said idonJoe lowland and L o u batters of the Armed Forces home park on Galliard Righway
o pa Aoy lm-ted the tou h oveo rDti t.Th ewo'N020 004110 8 8 0 C4leveland 003140 010-9 14 1 Johnonwho easily outpointed ..ros 4nn conds. He sqid league and won the ball game start t 4:30h nd ld
Phtla to five hits, including a 7- tmph ove NewYork 010200120 9 2 ederoi a previous bou, lost w talkt o everyone who was by a 6 to 3 core, yielding but cide the Armed rcesft
t.homer by Del hni-,,n snap g senators aeck for o ns in incineaY k:A011(33) 8 nd leveland: Lemon (6-1) Mossi the rematch on a technical knock-nJohnson's dressing room prior five hits, including a homer to the serie
St. Lo,' ven-game losing the second .ad cinched the Newo Yok:u Antonell (3-3) and ne an e ne as ut wn he cop4ea on ms ringt the bout. Brink Moler with one on for thea A victory for Pacific. will ellm.
atreak, game with another pair in the Katt. New York Lar Ford stool at the end of te second Armed Forces, two runs and one iate the Armed Forces
it Itst a ndv NdBew- Yorke Larse .,.. p1-1),eFrd, cot whlendeol themiecoen d
Brooklyn keptroing An o sixth Cincinnati: Klppstein 0-1), Ne
Brooklyn kept rolling alng s. nai iteturdivantKonstanty Morgan round. He tola the commission tal Commission physician Dr. Al-base on balls. raceand a win fortheAra!
ith its 22nd victory in 24 starts Fowler, Minarcin and Btges. Bur a stranger asked him for an auto tred S. Ayella. Jr., told the gov- Johnny Bateman pitched a Fore wi to them In
as big Don Newcombe faced on-1, ,., am ) ___. graph on the street before tine eight. ernorthat the. drug administered good game for the losers and ex- |flht, dependin on the outcome
ly 27 men and pitched a one- P Nil. ha 6000 100 1010-3 (Might Game) and gave him an orange w h i c h to Johnson probably was "seconal" cept for one baff inning, the o tomorrow n tht's game be-
hitter in beating the Cubs, 3-0. I o SS oore ... ... M ooDoooe0- troit 00020000-4 8 2 "tasted bitter." He has been un- or "annembutal." He ruled out any fifth, the victory might have tween Pacific an Panama.
The shutout was the first forI l h M Wash. 04000210x-7011
The shutout was the first for S t. Lous .010 00110 vv 2-,w- 7 1 Wash 00 __-10x- 11 0 de Police .guard at Hahnemann possibility that Johnson suffered a been his. For as theb Bahama If Panama orrow
Newcombe since Sept. 29, 1951 Phla a mmons, Meyer Detroit: Maas (1-1) Aber Hoital since the bout. "cerebral trauma. 'He said traces team came to bat in the 5th, night's game th willt the
and ran his lifetime record over A Lo ui : (0A4o and Lopata.d Cristante, Fletcher and House. l the coBission will open of the drug were und in at least Bateman was going well with a champion. of e Isthtu ta
Chicago to 11-0. Duke Snider's St. Louis: Arroo (2-0) and Washinton Porterfeld ( hearings into all aspects of t h e two or three E specimens tak- slim one run lead -iat seemed win for the Armed Porce'ly
ninth homer in the sixth inning e Pascual and oriterald (4-3 out here next Friday, City Police from Johnosince his hospital- to be holding up well. an victory or Paci toor
was all the margin Newcombe ..cual an tzG inspector JohnF. Dnscoll planned ization. However, Garcia started the will throw the seri
needed. Gene Baker's fourth in- (Night ame, (Night Game) b nng off wh a walk and three way tie, calllg or a pl
Newcombe but Baker was erasedOMilwaukeel 000w20031-6 10 1 Kansas City 010'000 000--1 8 1 anceathe tyingrun ednto a-or .-
bteaeing, rtas Surien dondAtw 8 (1. m...Kansas City: Siatar1(0- 1), A long T he Fairw ays Position,Bateanf welded the h s
Tw homers by Miwa kM end Jh ansd t (0-1), 61- Gorman, Brtachy, Gray and As- r th oe budthre w to se Mei b ..... b 1 1
and another by Hank ThompsonMtroth, W. Shanty. 'teocbt- -
helped the Giantsbeat the Red- Panaa featherweight chain-l, Vrgs, Crone ndWhite. Baltimore Byrd (2-), Moore The Panama Golf club took aa Golf Club, will commence there before his ameake Jo
legs, 8-4. Southpaw Johnny An- pion Pedro Teals yesterday box- and Smith. on the arane of a ghos .. y, ay 19th.arc, shortatp of the Arme
tonelli recorded his third victory ed three rounds with Rodolfo o atpce keo d s M ahForces, could find the bag. Phllips If .. 3
even though he was nicked for Ampudia and did light calis- Newk's Bestto over the past weekend i ,.,een holes will ; played Thompson then b ted beauty
homers by Chuck Harmon and thenics in preparation for his BUL al0 No ses Ou1 vision b sir ofw Puerto Armue- itghtsqual The firs playersightn will twbe fully and all heads were efe as squeta c 2 1 0 9 0 1
Wally Post. bout with! Davey Moore at the Brooklyn AB R I 0 A lies b the Machatero group r players with zero to eleven no pycould be made 1 1 0
Cleveland remained two games Arena Col6n Sunday. Gilliam 2b ....... 4 1 1 1 3 the Panama Golf Club, headed hap ndfcaps and the second lght ol the bas ded and no ... 0 0 3 0
In front of the American League Tesis' handlers reported that e ......... 50 2 3 h Pres the epub for those with handicaps of 12 to hit for Mgliorl f 0 0 0 0
race with a 9-6 victory over the Pedro is just about at his right Snider f ........ 4 1 1 0 I by thePresident of the RicardoM. and more. Puentet and he worked Batemdn Rivera p ...... 3 0 I s 2 0
Yektes. fightingg eight and will have Campanella e .... 4 0 1 1 Aria l I President Arias was ea base on balls, forcing in A
Don Mossi's hitleas relief just one strenuous workout be- Aor rf, If .... 4 0 2 3 0 InOnamethe honored guest for the week- Three-quarter handicap will er t n fl iverda the pa ch- Armed Force
pitching after he entered the fore his training is completed. Hodgea b ....... 4 0 018i 1 end of the United Fuit Cornm- be alowe, and the net score in ot en 2 0 1 2 l 0
game In the eighth inning saved Joltin'oe Brown, ho appar-Robinson If ...... 0 20 EW YORK Man's Puerto ArmuellUe man- each flight will be used to deter-when the throw got away from arcia s 3 00 0
ob Lemon'rixth victory. Lem- gently is monitoring Moore, made Purllo rf ........ 0 0 0 0 oThe Bu May 11who )ad ge Andy Homean s mine the medalist The qualiy-r Alan tt, another run cott c .. 2 0 7
on allowed nine hits but was Davey apar two rounds with aI- Hoak Sb ......... S 10 1 2 e Id staff Ing round will end sunday, May e arley t .. m 1 l e 0 0
supported by a 14-hit attack ateur Andrew Allen, 1l8-pond- ewcombe p ..... 4 0 2 1 1 se in listen aer Thi rty-three members of the $ a nd the match play rounds i h e s est aea 000
that. included homers by Bobby er who will fight anotheriama- -- ehe following l the entire series, then Cabrera 2b l
Avila and Dave Pope. tour, Alejandro Pacheco, as 4a Totals e president on his vi- weekend. to bat with runner on sec Meller lb .. 3 1 I 0 n
Home runs by Jim Rivera, Cbl- special attraction on Sunday 's Toronto Map Leafs in t only it to Holcomb's paradise deep in and th4and one out and asttter 3b 2 1 0 0 0
co Carrasquel and George Kell card. Chicago e la in h e tRepublicte The tournament is beingswn-,b oed one of Bateman's faost Hadley if .r.. 2 9- n e
brought the White Sax from be- Moore also shadow boxed a 9therh- O Ithe un P, Thturea long ored by the makers of Ktg's one1 at snttseld for a clean If ....2_" 0
hind to a 4-2 vty over the round and skipped four. Bolger ef ........ 2 0 0 1 0tnal Le time tefo W enjoyable week- Ransom and House of Lords ng 23 3 5 18 3
Red fS. Ton Br :held.:Chi- a !steret appeared to be a-Merriman cf .. i 0 0 0 01 The triumph, the Blsons' third end wi before gotten whiaky. Mr. Reynolds was local Wntha .lio on third
cage er :unth W vUraO 0 6t' Teas and Moore went Baker 3b ........ S 0 1 4 31in a row, was credited to Bob A wonderful time was had by manager for the Alliance Dis- otoen one Wcond with M- tome Ra ns: Miller. TW base
S heir Tinal week of con- Miksis rf ....... 0 0 0 Schultz, his first since began ent all from the start Mr atur- tributpras, Inc., for many years fr o Wlson's s- s Ratetter. Stoe Bass:
~~~~~er ^ y:^iah^ tand opinion seemed a- Jackson Sb*....... 3 0*0 0 2 down by the parent DetroftTi- day morning from Tocumen air- and is a very well known mem- h iov to third Wlon, Mea. Strucouty
..*/ 1 -- ..bdut evenly divided as to who Speake If, lb .... 3 0 0 T" 1 gers. Schultz, Buffalo's third port until e return to Pan- ber of the Panama Golf Club. A sedasharp single by Bateman nnn
will be.the wnner of Sunday's Banks as.........3 0 0 4pitcher, took over inthe fifth ama City late Bun4ay after- Jack Schor is the local repre- right field nd the big inning pitcher Rivera (1-0). Loin
.S micounter. Fondy lb ........ 0 0 0 1 0 withtheBisonsInfront, on. tentative of the organisation at ended as Garcia, who had start- pcherBateman (0-1). Umpre *
S- Game veteran Sammy Medina K If .......... 3 0 0 5 1 Toronto rallied for three runs the present time. t off, filed out to right Luzer, S lair and t
J l will engage Manuel Prescott in CMhiA c .......... 3 0 0 3 0 in the eighth, but Schultzs held The guests were treated to Further details will be pub-eld. ens.
J e g 1 i 4the six-round semifinal; Daniel Hacker p ........ 2 0 0 0 l1on to gain the triumph. Steve the finest of food and housing, lished later this week. In the bottom of the fifth RI- ---
SWatd will meet Hankin Barrows b-Baumholtz ..... 1 0 0 0 0 De1 eter hit a home run in the entertainment, boxing matches vera showed what hie was made LEADING HITTERS
Aftr hon I0s III in ,six; and Roberto Murillo -.- .-. second ining with two on for and golf over one of the tough- of as he struck out Antato, got Big Ten
hete Pho y K s takes on Kid Zefine II in four Totals a27 0 1 27 12 Buffalo. e st, but most eautiful, nine hole Golfing Gossip From The Garcia to fly out and sent Alan
~heats. a-Flied out'for Bolger in 7th. .ourses to be found anywhere. Amador Ladies Scott back to the bench talking Victor Dubols. Pacific .. 0
CARACAS, May 11 (UP) Promoter "Curro" Dosman has b-Flied out for Hacker in 7th. tA scheduled ame between the The main golf match was to himself on a swinging third E Phllps, Panama .
Panamadian fighters Tito Des- announced tht prices will be $3. Montreal Royas and Rochester played Saturday afternoon with Congratulations to the win- strike. G. A. Maloney,,Paname 5
paigne and Leslie Thompson preferred ringside; $2 general Summary Red Wings was postponed be- he United Fruit C o m p a n y ners and runners-up in the La- Bateman allowed no runs In Johnny Watson, Pacifl !2
were both knocked out in their ringside; $1 general admission cause of cold weather mashe swingers oning the dies' Handicap Tornament. As Barley, Ared Forceas
respective bouts here Monday an 50 cents for children. Errors: Speake. Runs batted Machattros In one of their now Peggy Johnson was medalist, 75 C. Wilson. Panama ..... 429
night. The early round KO's pro- in: Gilliam, Reese, 8nider. Dou- famous matches. gross-66 net. UN L Ramon Cabrera, A. Forces 4
yoked loud protests from the "bles: Amoros, Reese. Home runs:, The 38 players were evenly A.NE^' redes, anama 0. 0
fans. T Bri Fnne Snider. Sacrifice fly: Gilliam. divided into two teams headed First Flight NOTES C. Th pson, Panama 3,
Despaigne went down In the B i D g FlV Left on base: Brooklyn 8, Chica- %Iby President Arias and Rey Val- Sylva Carpetner, Johnnie Sto- M. Metheney, Arned Forces ..3
f0rst round from a hook to the go 0. Base on balls: Hacker 2. des, with the five low scores vail. ---
stomach and was counted out. Strikeouts: Newcobme 6, Hacker counting for points on each The much talked about added Home Rune
Thompson was KO'ed by Gui- 2. Runs and earned runs: Hack-, hole. Valdes" group took a sev- Second Flight bird Sterling Silver Troph
llermo Medina In one. minute of AMERICAN LEAGUE er 3-3. Wild pitch: Hacker. WP: en point lead at the end ofnne Alyce French, Marion Tubbs Shoot will be held this atuay P. Panama ....
the second round. Player and Club g ab r h Pet. Newcombe (4-0). LP: Hacker By BEANS READON holes, but President Aris attheSkeetandT rffi ....
The city Boxing Commission Kaline, Detroit 25 95 19 38 .400 (1-0). 24 Years in Naional L e mShe swin ers came through Third Flight the club on the Paleaho road AMan Scott- Armed Forces .
neld up the purses of Despalgne Kuenn, Detroit 25 106 18 41 .390 Wruten for NEA Service on the last nine to wipe out the Irene Conley, Ethel Browne. This shoot will start at twelve A'" Baraey, Armed Forces".. i
and Thompson and both oxers Avila, Cleve. 25 96 14 32 .33"' declt and even the matchP Plans are being made for a o'clock two hours earlier than rink Miler (rmed Forces .
were sentenced to three days in Vernon, Wash. 24 94 11 31 .33l QUETION:1 In a Pacific Coast President Arias shot a 78, and luncheon in the near future, at uul n .
ail while authorities made a Bauer, N. Y. 23 95 23 31 .32C contest Manager Bobby Bragan host Andy Holcomb had a 79. which time the prizes for the f htartn itm wa moe Pitcher's Records
complete investigation of their of Hol ywood used five pinch-hit Dick Dehlinger was medalist for Handicap Tournament and the to allow te wshootes roved.
poor performances. NATIONAL LEAGUE \ers in the same ball and strike the day with a 76 followed by Ringer will be awarded. Election the Atlantic side to oe aS theo G A" Maloney (l-0). Perkde
One Caracas newspaper corn- Mueller, N.Y. 22 95 15 40 .421 \sequence as a gesture of defiance ia Ridge with a 77, Mauriee of a new committee also will even train backhome, ah d Parker (1-.). Ror Cabr e
mented, "When Thompson fell Repulaki, StA L. 21 94 12 34 .36,- --Bert Rey. W ws this g Muelle- 78d Ernesto de la Guard take. place at this tome also to help the Pc p i de (s-0). F, R" era ..-). Je Rey2
he was far from unconscious, but 0'ella, Bklyn. 24 89 18 31 .3^ a~o diaIIJaime de la Guard.a-and winners In the Ringer Tour- t otersto h olds (0-1. Curtia SewaSr
just wa ted out the count of the Moon, St. Louis 21 95 15 33 .34 aAns A Ipin h.ir a beu CoL Bolivar Va ^in1 Ce ordf nament are: dsoersWe to derotho in time ( 1)r Johnny Bat.man'.g0r1)
referee. 1 1 Logan, Mil. 24 90 19 31 .344, Witu L R.Y HADDX the ball and strike count of the h 79s T% played shot even First Flight the wives have been doling t Use trd- --
__- -.... .... r-f W---- Written for NEA Service o matter he replaces. Even if an- 0s and none of the scores soar- Pe y Johon 50 Low Gross a wee bht of complaining about I
teou d, he be n bef stelgledl bo ed much beyond! the 85 mark. Ethel peratie -- tied for Low ayter h ndark.
The bs have a pitcher 1>motbidrd ( lantgotWr Johnnie stovall. sThe added birds which each Of FF rC AI

1A. The Ch a Nationals draft- snle birdies were registered by Most Improved: Phyllis Bass- {usual one dollar entry fee will ce y7 lost a close decision to
lld y or hen o f. Lst seasnke dia IlI, Earle Gerrans. Lo ue This will be the last registered contender Rodolfo T, hM
a Cohen. a rBnI^ rookly odctset a Chandtck, Julio Valdes, Max The "Medal Play" Tourna- shoot at Balboa until the Isth- started drills for his battle with
Western League all time earned-Hedurtematte, Andy Holcomb ment last week was won, by: mlakChamploaahipShootwhich tnc at the National Gym-
,ng at r elre ord los itg 1. Emesto de la Guardia Jr. got Sylva Carpenter 29th of this month. 01ourne and Prenis have meet
,i / off to a slow start, but after the 8ylv1 Carpenter 66 net This shoot will be of special three times, Bourne having tak-

VSS a7 0^ fifth hole found the range and Beulah McNelly 97 enet ineresl to membe.. of the BI- en neirst tW eounten.
interest to members of the a.e h isttomones
Listen, GirlS: played at par figures. Bob Tor- boa Gun Club as this will be the O the program promoted by
ST WAS h ninth inni. f res had a big "X" on the first Second Flight first in which scores will count Lul Crag, former amateur wei-
"eagainst he Phillies in St EIght Yanks hole,. but carded his share of May Rowan-69 net e lub Chmplonip trweht champon Irvt Blue
3 in l ow. ., M, ... pars' before the 19th hole.a! Pegry Falk 70 net The champlonshp will lbe 4- WaG 0 norked ott rneo Reid
Th Cardinal"" wer leiad Still Elni e IManuel Espinosa was the lo- B -Fish's 31 putts won the cided on tw hundred 16 ya, Inoneroundonthe lat Bourne.
_"e raa..w3. ad I adtwo menoutmglhat l l- cal Jimmy Demaret in his flashy goltm^all for her. one hundred handicap and one Franci ard, will fht Baby
sounds fine-except I had the bas- NEW YORK, May 10 (UP)-The outfit that Csisted of all the The turn ament for this hundred doubles targets which Htmt thi time in In send
es loaded and Richie Ashburn to Yankees, one of the youngest con colors of the rainbow,plus a Thursday Is "Bingle, Bangle. may bshot at any scheule final.
et out tendi teams of rent memom few more he ivente Walt Dig-Bune,, This ha ways been a registered trap shoot .In or bouts r
yetout.tendingea m bove earht c ehternyi-t.' mond, NGC cameraman, made pp r Tournament on Lades' All shootrs will have to show btteh me Alro Hon
i He's a left-hapd batter and That' asnubforthe tri to ilm the event or y. The game is played in their CZTA and ATA cards a ateurenordan
S I'm a southpaw, so the advantage a big league potebrty ad had a field day threesomes, with one point for when nterag for tis shoot Romero ttle each oth
would be with me, you'd say. But Still eibe are pitchers Boblwth Dapper Manuel and hi a the player whose ball is closest The Sket Championship will e r
Sam^ pt 0 like th.,aat nobody has the Grimp On Lars, Joh n nv togs o the cup and another point for be decided on two hundred Oeneral admilon t (1.
in va s p ot Rli r outhat n o bod y h sth o f E e s auerGr mson L a s o ,a e r s w nt 0 8 ,o o i ne d t e p a e h s e p t s t e f r t la r g o o r e n
advantage. I's rough on both of ucks and Brb Wiesler, third Others golfers who joined the player whose putt is the first arge bore, one hundred small
li iyou..-H Sba*seman Ady Carey, first base- President Included Erasmo dela sunk. bore and one hundred sub-small ... M
shhur hit a liner right back man Eddie obisona d the bo- Guardia, Carlos de la Guardia The "Mixed Scot ch Sixaome, bore targets ahot during the re- c O .5,
at me. I couldn't g t my glove tw bab.e. shortstop Tommy Car. Alberto Arias. Nene Arias, Bob was postponed until Sund4y. Get nl-derOf this year at any 1I
own in the ad the ball rimn o. oll and it baseman Frank Le. Motta, George Novey, P-ed- your favorite golfing partners scheduled sket shoot of ifty or
eo ted off my kme and rolled j Diazss, Charley Howell, Bill and come out for some fun an Imore targets. "A
toward ft bae. The later air already have Schmitt. Rene Estripeaut. Jim- interesting golf The wInerM of the Club-Sket
I srmbleod after the ball,. Ralf-shown them.Te to be good my Plaia, LouletMarti Babya nd Trap Ohampionships wln 1ney Tan, S
ay betw. w th.e pitehSr's ox n:tianczs, i*ls., Aleman, George Boyd, Meo- -- --.. receive a sterling alver trophy. F h PN
an irst bes, I grl~ it d ..reno, AnP 1 Matheney, Idy
fired to firs- th- n tell fiat on E5quival, lP'rank Morrice and Ga- r,
my h" CUMc OF TRAR briel do la Guardia. FO IAP9 0g
Th throw ot AAbur and it University Park, Pa. -(NEA A. 0. ASYNOLDS B1w Indianspolo (NIA) Driver s
S. ... w .... wasn' nt .m the umpire said he Ken Hosterman was named soe- TOURlNAMNT w who lead fU field during the
-_ _was out and the gae was over ar coaeb of the year He direct- lo w *e a m etlso akse 5mile r at t he Indianapoali enra tfQ, ea
ALL LOOK ALIKE -- Willard Nixon has made a living off the toot I realed eomaethiig. d P 8ta to a national cham- Th A Reynolds gfltf 7rpct e! rea- r stle Motor peedw May 30, again i
-Y-kees, andthisseson the Red 'big r t-handrthreatens My leg bum"likebeckom second season as1naMtaew er o=3thelt I21. 4a wi l M in pri
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OF THE FALLEN A Vietnamese trooper lies dead after
r hit by rebel fire during a sharp clash *ith Binh Xuyen
rebels on the outskirts of Saigon, Indochina.

absentee Chief of State, walks his dog in the garden of his swank
villa at Cannes, France, on the Riviera. In Saigon, sentiment
against the 42-year-old Baa Dal was mounting amid demands
for his ouster.

ivil Strife' Flares Anew In Vietnam;

Strong Rebel. Force Attacks Regulars
gAIGON, Indochina, May 11
) Civil war flared anew in
ree Vitnam today when strong
~bel forces attacked government
68ps in the nation's southern rice..
aowL I' ."

& lght'ng erupted after a week
lg lull between the re g ul a
o ps of American-backed P r e-
e ir Ngo Dinh Diem and the re-
.el warlord armies who oppose
t refugees streaming into Saigon
sid fighting broke out in the rice.
A'ich Mekong river Delta.
Official French and Vietnamese
o',,rces said casualties among ci
-viUans were reported high but that
S haotic conditions in the war zone
,',et slowing an exact count.
: Long-liaire' Gen Ba Cut fiery
;,,lader of reuel Hoa Hao forces,
,i1'l1ahchen a string of heavy attacks
-'- iA.a wide circle along the lower
*--m ng after a series of harrass
His aeavy guns hammered the
P tieh trading centers of Mytho and
-3adek southwest of Saigon, d I s-
p atches from the battle area said.
: Diem formed a new government
SyeDiteay with the pledge that its
mo purpose would be to prepare
mi.,r South Vietnam's first free elec.


VICTIMS OF WAR Vietnamese citizens wearily plod through the streets in the Salgon-Cho-
lon area of Indochina as they flee the fires that were started in the fierce fighting between the
National Army troops and Binh Xuyen rebels. At left, Government troops move up.

e .ent o Mcni ,ate The new government was acti. The cabinet announced today in.
e.overment alsoconfiscate rated officially at a meeting of the eluded nine new ministers and four
property of the former set of outgoing cabinet at A m e r i c a n. memberss of the old cabinet. Diem
Sites, including one of al. backed Diem's residence. said he retained the defense min-
',. rgest department stores. isary for himself to mark is de
I termninaion tn orve the n r m v


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which faithfully served him m his
struggle against the Binh Xuyen.
The i'remie, created a new min-
istry of land reform to counter
Communist accusations t h a t he
was in league with the big land-
Diem s office announced that the
immediate goal of the new minis-
try would be to organize nation-
wide elections to name a popular
Diem actea without consulting
Chief of State Boa Dai.
Boa Dai, apparently bowing to
the decision, told a Paris news-
paper De would be "happy to be-
come a citizen among the others"
if the country chose to become a

Convicted POW
Asks Selig Aside
His Court dMarltal

Counsel for Cpl. Edward 8. Dick-
enson, who waf convicted of in-
torming on m Jeow-prisoners in Ko-
rea, asserted today that the prose-
cution in his case.piled "Inference
on top of interege."
Col. Guy Eery <-(Ret.). the law-
yer, urged the U. 8. court of Mill.
tfry Appeals I overthrow t he
court martial conviction on
grounds tilert wa no evidence, di-
iect or cireumstantial, to back up
the charge Dickenson told his Comn-
.T.unist captors about the activities
Sf other POWs.
The mere act of communication
with thp enepiy, Emery argued,
should not be contrted as an of-
tense when it related to a POW.

Talks On Austrian Treaty

May Drag On Indefinitely

VIENNA, May 11 (UP)-Brit- State John roster Dulles'in Pa-
Ish and American deleg atesi ris.
have warned the Soviets that Austrian oCa ,stcllo n fl-.
they may advise their Foreign dently preced W tat the sign.
Ministers not to fly to Vienna to ing cerei WbdlouM take place
sign the Austrian State Treaty un on schednut dapte the present
less the present deadlock is brok- deadlock. .
en informed sources said today. The xtando't.a Article ?i,
The treaty conference, now In which Aove N. yment of
its tenth day, adjourned yester- Austrian d a'i'4 la deve-
day with the Soviets still stub- loped Mondh
bornly refusing to incorporate a Soviet Sr 1an I. I-
bilateral Soviet-Austrian debt lylchev block agree-
agreement, recently signed in ment on tho %thelast
Moscow, into the treaty draft. obstacle to me
The Four Foreig Minist e rs on the treat sore
qre due to fly to Vienna this said. .
*eek-end to sign the treaty in "There hea II major
the Baroque, eighteenth-century change In tan eth
Belvedere Palace. er side," .,'i ",'al
A high western source said, though we r tJar ta
however, that his delegation had some small g vr .at
bea instructed that the talks terms today,
drag an Indefinitely un- The W
a poMiet was reached hoped to
soit delegates Iwere so that it
B have flwu t eWar- Big Four
to MP*h Wl-a day.
tall the
IL ad am:
to MW-

y Communist

to gain air control over the For-
mosa Straits in the next few week
The chief of U.S. Naval forces
th the Pacific said he was opti-
mistic about the Formosa situa-
He thought the U. B. Seventh
Fleet might be more vulner-
able than before the Communist
began building up air strength
ont he China Coast but thought
"they cant ake care of them-
"I think we can take care of
them (Red Chinese) if they at-
tack," he said.
Stump held an interview short-
ly before flying back to his Pearl
Harbor headquarters following
three days here of what he term-
ed strictly military talks with
President Chiang Kal-shek.
Stump conferred with Chiang at
three separate formal talks. He
said thing of a political nature
bad been discussed and he visual-
ized no change in U.S. policy in
the Formosa area. %
He did not discuss the offshore
islands of Matsu and Quemoy with
Communist China admitted
yesterday that its war planes
engaged eight American Sabre
in an serial, battle over the Yel-
low Sani n which the U.S. Air
Force said two and possibly
three Red places were shot
The communist account of the
battle said one Sabre was shot
down and two others were dam-
aged. No mention was made of
any Red losses.

SU.S. Air Force headquarters in
Washington denied that any Amer.
can planes were shot down or
damaged. If confirmed, an earlier
announcementt made in Tokyo
that two and possibly three Com-
munist Migs were shot down.
The United States said the
battle developed 10 miles off the
North Korean coast, when eight
Sabres were attacked by a force
of 12 of 16 Migs.
The New China News Agency, in
a Peiping broadcast, claimed the

occurred when the Amer-
nsea 's."tted over. Liaon-
otun~) the southernmost
of what frmerly was
r.. btate Department in
ton sai it was consider-
mal Iprotest of the mci-
ih, according to the Am.
eeont, occurred over- in-
il. wAiters and was preci.
bylie Reds.
lots whobagged thE Migs

were flown.
Korea for a
tion on all
the battle m
losses ihflic

disregard of the repeated serious
waring of the Chinese people
costitutes a grave military pro-
vocation," the New China New
Agency said.
The battle was the third clash
between Migs and U.S. Sabres
n the sam general area In the
past 16 mo0#hs.
In all, the American planes in-

a MO.
flirted five and possibly six loss-
es o, the-Communists in the three
cthan lxe
i Force saId a lght of
ommist f fiterse
all as ed U thqadron
of tMe=e iP.B.thr-boi t wing,
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THURSDAY, APRIL 12th. 1955
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