The Panama American

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

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00741

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tou r 't tomorrow. uranr i poo accane was aucre UiC. ui tn i swe E u c U 1') oquiuo swB aen
%' In the Union to' reaunte Inoculations at this time. tmsm acmve In bo"tierbred-.
Meanwhile the ZISA hs ssent, nd flifghthha ft a-awnbe-
out Isna4w urfly newsletter *w ce residents have .relaxe
to ineAborc- .their uaua vigilance A th
The lna with it a W n rs are contracted at tbatqe of
Tl wih it CZ Await Go Ahead' at
Toom t- m A S ^^ m i the year. ,
1 wit ne li *:their fnat Not that anophols Asn'l
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tary lsts u.wc filed once a me= *A- pu S a ik I T I U 1 t fined- u thet nTm e c
.5to 'siOn S alk Iioo ulationet dutlhy paw
clo ai/ll aJC V 1 IIUIJ-U 'IaIIIo JII.3Mto tte obv7oulydangerous
E a .e I ... -.4... ,y_ p nmmanat or swamsn araes i
ow -- X. ung rivers a 1sakea and
.nw- -U Canal Zone offidtals said this -pofo a to Canal .one ab hhad less chance to breedI
morning they wre eagerly await slaiI for the States tome e drier populated seotrnsa c
l W Ping las minuteword from Wash. .tow n the anama Iae. meaCnal Zone.
hIi- v 1 theywould vTbe Uer eThe beme ist ikl *- to Chfhqof ontraelwg the
N orgpo lpaVahe th aft-er. seasesar r aa few
Word has been received' ean tdilimdPC B -' oon a. Saw pmmaUo", get foh -by the
the lathus! o the death- Wef on Vlmw I amth T irdR AS oals m1 fly* f
merrm ei nl IV" Ya ,f m ., ,.t.$le 1_r MA rh m
pT__ 1 i T t 'l -- i Wau.M ut today. I and 'l m only atl t, bel nr
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Offiesia noted tody that Russia's busli *tonlc of nucleag weapons. .' -w ."' 2
new disarmmuetlan sU doe Nutting invited the Ruslans to
not provide for a folaroof Insupec. agree qplckw on the cortn.aapect. tdeap- .. I .. e* ."
*ion system. They sad h United "~ they will do so, thu, we
States wiU cebt Ae te demand allHl be withe reach of an agreed
this. blueprint for real digarmamien t
The United States lr.idsts that and reas peace," he told a rally ,
disarmament will not be effective at ftmuaton, Xalcestershire.
unless there isa constant scrutiny
by outsideI inspector to e that D a tr "d U ns
eany arms pa t I svd up to.uin s u uuAuINT 11 D A Pk-ff_
I nforant ad that athougs WASHINGTON, May 13 (UP)- A member d
Russi a ,cet ed a number of westuH LL Pgross has challenged the right of the Panom6 Cano
s'n sugesatonis for disarmament L@Unpm ACu I.- C .mwflnu
udy Mosa proposals pony to abandon the Ponam6 Railroad without tW p
tena he cold w. .TOf Can T Sit consent of a Congressional committee, it*Ws. re
Reaction .to the Soviet proposals vE w m nuuu u wm .," A *
was mure reserved here than in day. e npe
Britain a d France... Late this morning the sugar- Democratic Representative Daniel J. Flooden
laden Soviet freistgtir Tagtnrog Democratic ce..LeU J. FAoW
Serious concern was voiced ov. stll hung at 'nahor ,i Criut6- in a sharp exchange with Gov. John S. Seyb 0"dwlg e
or a. Russian uggetion that use bal harbor awating funds that cent closed hearings of the House ADopri
of nuclear apot -be banned ex- would give hera go-ahead signal .cent losd hearings of th' House A. ..
eept in 4fB m~t aggression to head for Gattn Locks and mittee which was considering Canal mn
u. then. aW h a pprovalouthbound ttanlt of the Ca- coming year. The committee made the ;he -I t tl
ot mthe Unitedl Nattion Security Coun nal. lh' ...
odt. Ts would prmit Russia to day.
vtuse tom weapons. On Wedneady her master Seybold the committee the board t
Officials alsouwer askeptlcal a- cabled for funds to pay tolls .....,
bout the Russgan proposalto 'dis- estimated at between $4,000 and the Canal Company had decided to a.Wo #tis.
mantle all foreign bases." $5,000. after studying the problem for ome t.1isp-qt
tmg the United States out of over- As the 2,000-ton Ta anrog had recommendation o the .Hoover comwlt m"t
eas Insatalations. T b a e s transited tie Canal eore, she be replaced by a trans-listhmian highly on the
have been rer4 d st an impor- had to be adm ured here. L a i e m m
*ft fArtar 'prqveating World About 41 erowmon are aboard rignr-of-way within r the ,Can Zone.
War l. .. the Soviet at p which. in the first t him what au-'top ..
aa O cfw's 098.- two vessels wont through In Oc- .kshe tiui- 0ybo
ceinitt-oInbert1343. rIbotnlsdi o i tb at ,..
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since that time. At the tMie of
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754-A-. alkoa.
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son, Bgff Fre4 Ckopbel Jr., sta-
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brpthera and p sister. They are
Claude Campbuel, of Balba. Vin-
cent -A. Campbell of Bristol,
aMis.'.a est' B. Campbell, of
SP w, Pa.: Edward R.
ampbeagd iMrsW. Stella Rich-
ardson, of wre, Md.
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Scheele tt that t doors afterdark In unsanitated mass arales Within numerical o. The 400-man utfit, WP-34, Lrit o a~n ey- to
V1 than anerflme-bater rias are adS to use-a good mits. ha baen reassigned front Tr1nIlthe belll. ft wM "h
Parke D.vis vaeeine whimh 1 l d rep.l The Britiasl deleati nhidcaled. -uad and will fly bhet next week. correct one,,'wt noeare4 ta-xpayS
been under scrutiny will be however. tho Russians must dla. T only additions ndeesarythat he plans towra minoriUty US. itlRI '
Leased. However, he wts 4"'tpe addition' t the malaria f their Ideas an offective htri_. ,to.e can rosterto age withopnton wwhen ai-comm M I..n
lse on that po0. to, the soalth Bureau bonal control to as uo ie heats the teeds of the. new outfit will ltkes its re1 the -ApPr
e o o tr, t te ofamu- A armm ehnt b more men needed r pritions B ,probably ezt
Release of"athat kown;o typet of U.. .anda rish m eg tea were the station public works main- Veek.une
Par4 L un? vus product mw p to known U Mil.tailh_ U seeking more I1formati on A the tunnce force.
ably olv hundred of tmay be peeted any time otherwise, ybeld requested c
of shots of the ant-poio vaccine now too. biter butHr pting .ea li
t ould car wa o $ub- erbut''smill nm7.f 1
I*t u v ,r~ io le g I L .ion The figure for oIwatting ex- choollng which,
,ano ; .v. avise d t .ln a f a m l ss is an f nera w of s p rovndes in 4 o f t e 4 1
mtth:. 'er sds of t Canal Zone sd Americans who wrote home t only 5:55 p.m. but the Jungle JP0 ver ithe an irellst 2. isnot 40 ofur tlh t al
The v'r reason to a e ir tht rady cat a shadow a- led n the 1955 Actm, a ieyb one.
taeme.cu Hldr he& iostr ss mlsoteuulla s con d only w ow i ram the roadway. said more than half of tr he ad .- -.
ad t congr l it shffhb e s. T wethu f cmank ol n agoo n o 1ap-ease cs ts anh erenal$ s1. r i d4in J anom r -
hyn chusI attckov during the dayigis hasr a bmdly bied should-he ewmcadame, r tral b* Znenef. and othe frne
pidr-Augut ansplgmt o d a y o pre te m th rver slammed on his benefits to a fa r est. l
2. There i. no natlapu health tsI. Z, ha "ve.en rh a all. *aks to avoW dhtting it heI S samid the requests o n J duga Ra'i r
eern y rst h veal lts onl a feew eenastskd don a s deo in ro e y esentAnap noe

l ieve a-n-in n" mmotmnakes a fally run- out GeI'" crad,am btwen the r.S. dnd thw aR ,- I- m .. t-hloai' e:a
.. Despite roe dit Reckless w Drivin t*$at at the whenl onf ago. e newsppr truck hit a -ef Paaum which he "A female lotitr
and reversnesT the att v.acinatie 0 F'ol pt of Tha. ,_^^ A-rpad bounced off. turned over, effects upon the ftisal opera- .buSnesa was flado $15 In Bath
progra-n's ultimate success is not rings $^u ine merlean and his Job ls tdelivr ana1 was up on its wheels again tons of the taPanama Canal Magistrate's Qeut late ?ee
reatened the afternoon papers uo i f uin knows, the Conmpany" .da. o.r wa DorMt
Reckless driving on Dablo buto at town pot and st- yellow ungle cat did not lurk "t is too ely to
w ,d. hort look at the dam- these effect sinuO ii
S BA A rh a thecool ofyl truck. The vehicle not t been atyined
bsithU.S- laced the Balboa Mag- noonAHmItod
Ht tnR ....7. i serving ng aw ide-wa knowns Corra. greatest fiscal conse .it-cei lk-tt 1
Des m pite tS ArynOdRGahesssoD"rivng "hu "m, ,ous Odtlmers speculated today require tongtos acton." atay.. .-.
____ mm_______ ____.__....._._-___ _. _'_ "--irot the P8_______Od that thedcat iluht have been ae sid. "a n k / J P a I
-^ let pa -ne- l ru k wI.. .. Is U or a am ai m mountain de on. The money w l be Infolvrede aching T laAv n e iE .) DS th u
mm mmm md I A ,fr r O bHuo nursing hisf.houlder in elff et con thAucUon o( brld- ec, waa aed 46 -$
r i i' in-iu i-jiitt~mjt _n *n] A ^-^pl~il I* z|-ia fBcouldn't sa. Ho's Juuse, roads and housing plus anvehidel at a .P0...et..h
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THE MAIL 80( Iwi w.i wch
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-TheMe leahn. Insean on frum #oe mders 1f The Panama A.mo en. well over $100000;.ke0r in sonthe p .



p e. Nen fmm nI. .. yo10. A tn. ol n out'r a nd jur dT t dofa.e ii m
C a-0mv ell not l i a whlcovered not to long ago i
SCo A tA LAAne cake alone the mob tor ced- r *I -3 *.. b
SA,- TA ,A ,Lonstruction costs up by 0?5,00 I
A t. eow 'a to b kp al r There has been pnyascal da C i i r ngerl i k- f e a nt-"
al in edx poe bi tke ode o ing all this. That Into
Kids like "Disgusted BH land C HS students" sound like wsome r mo in Pay for slick II"er :
of tnole that were the victims of circus itneeas at Sa nt _Claral and camolfm age But noI, lafor T
and dare not say much about the disgraceful carry-on for fea rnw const ti io und aoer which It
of beiln thrown out of the sang. an stir itself into police action
For the last three years my prets and I have spent Easter against the local labor barons who
nor the last three years my p.rets ad I h ave spent Easrnm of t i ne, local unions as thir
week in Santa Clara and never before; ire an such an _p own personal property. There Is ISMS
palling bunch of so called High cbcoh 3e For am 1moml much to crusade or.
I wondered If they were really school, to l 4*t .
Some of these local lugs operate .. p
I, too, like "An Irate Mother" would t q say tl these i.in a fashion which ould make a'A w e 0 W .
should not have been acts of teenagers. wat she tsad about meldrmatic Grade 'B TV script l sea asr .
heavy drinking and Insinating nec king wasa ,r from exag erat b found ike the EncyclopWed a Brt- t4betar ttowr a, 'i So
e, and many parents would drop dead had they seen their d annica. There is a husky lad,who tu~ir ivaeWll t"ui .i
in such actions. lill lose some of his weight in Wh tall ...-H
enewl, by the name of Evan Dale, ti gt ateei psl
At 12 o'clock one night when the manager told the k h that described by Assistant Attorney S1" aaPP pf is a f.
It was time for them to go home and get some sleep alter sueh General Warren Olney as "'the Mrs.. ..'a -* i
a heavy night. Instead of going home quietly like kids, they most powerful-racketeer' n S oth. ae t" o"M l Us e, as
started throwing beer bottles, glasses and p bottle s all over the ernilinois." Dale- was. pre..sesnt I aecl J esa "al.' re as
place. Do you think thlsa1as something niU they were doing? cI the Soutrern Illinois Distric. a gi ed r oko ntcs o >eMa.i.h
Certainly not. council of the Hodcarriers and1 "111A "i mi_. u. ed a v a ,ounta r'. 1 e.y
Common Laborers Union. trn. jAuw sA" raSolae.
One girl emerge fro th e ladles roam with a torn blouse. According to testimony durnI i at s to come I l B
Another fellow had o be taken to tbe Penonome Hospital for his trial, n which you can find-.1sri oIt, acessary." D It a me-
treatment in an intoxicated mtinerM Ae. these High School chil- some juicy reading, Dale once as I0 h. e
drn? I do hope these k4s. will tke.a.good, count of themselves scrabed himself i the following on eroI : Mrs. Hobby probably
and do better next tiMne. nguage: t o turb t" hack mar let n aI a misio
balk vatee by *sMsig octs Te l
On the spot witness "I am a Chicago boy.When I hBcureserveb W n avablac mrt i I
el-t Chicago, Itarew a. m-u, .'-r lr 34 ,a sh.- .
anoved for a blackjack and have pregnant women, wi. are mos t ms e sle
air been using it effectively ever sinee WASrNGTON (NEA) Mat me laer IIv i 6g the "o the federal mer and re uscept ible polo. ma gqo alasod
I came to Southernlli.1nois, I Syears 1b ba been design sate as brtaryuof toor It toa de e ondranmsand re-' start a program or xree gun for
After spending Ititle over two weeks In David on business, I ago to carve out an empire. I have T amft e ha e 'al ae.ncie. r a -t : -ey"
am aq in Panama City. That's the reason this letter wie not carved out n empire..1 have 8, t h av i teachers re M o gnt dust bowl hi o the rads iht n eoil co nservation ma aking ra nIU 'to to U- malrt aena e.
writ en before, but I guess It ls hlot too lAte. 00 laborers and 28tbusiness ageI c sU at man as a sac state to see what ch e da traoInst ito aof ena ts nr toreN oor ym t wmu,um"
oniuandy, April 24, on my way up, I stopped at the Santa u der me." t Ia ton to be .a good c e, se the soIs froa r'l by suit- riculture to a sobthd -ate role oefnich or yifiora s awe. M "s
tiara Cato. While vig some lunch I witnessed the assault That was big italk i o the Jud* rva tE of the Lord's precious sa farmers a motret general rd m as w ar t dd-
.a'_," "eLord's / ... o. -- .,.precious|e farmers. a I moregenral farm, g---OT 0 X .' C-_ .\. .^ .-
on a p~smnanitni lad aB ,lady. handedhim .a sentence, to fit -, land and water. A Secretary of .ihaithlZ ]uuation 'rTh issue has e-!ts material al4121 heal Iral, Despie Oh mI..
Sageri unk, and this a very unlady like. os to sento ea c w of course, be and We lfre ,al "gdist amr-ken a'"" vaesl a sI 'h
'ST "(he seemed related to the lady) held this lad's i.basco services, Inc., out of 1 greater n country churches and has gone before Cogap to testify r ear Lets. pleO" for er io^ty on aixa
0 bldedhim one on the head with a ketchup bot- 040,000 in Lash-or else Ebasco the sm lto towns than it th n T. (aobia r petos h r age s. .Rarrerssy fa r Is
." w e e.-would have difficulty buildin A cities. Du miance city Poea ae spirer lloa- t. stp eI h c rlers,
S' l uwer plant for the Atomic n "o deppident upon the farm lands J S She a~* t that th prtrn .M uef Secretary of Comamerce Sinlair re been designed to d l the
1 ot out of the Casino as t possible I did not want ergy Commision at Paducah, Ky. for sustn cee there Ishou l s wae Hsatwway. c, las to werenerva.d.. ,. h IlonIolt.h -allpe atoi' bo ba n a s
Should keep these bttle slugging.dames are score who aren't th In bean s everyone bt hiel e to t Ar Fr
Lt t iew et them db their drinking In other places attempt has b .een n made to observe or 15 when liation w So soil s o e itlon aM in ater has cut evprypu lse's shas corn
e noem .. should.keep these ,te slugging a scores o area T....s s pt he thas been made to o 1b Wheini.e r e.an yearo ots s..evry., Ii d. a the o a. p. or -
as ao haviour. Sh persons are a menace to the In fact, the shakedowns appear Spil Stewardship unday after Eas- be vastly 'rP the popular. r sources peas iareOin S to opo t oi rg it a
on-ppe li and a rin to theb s. to be ilcresing. A few weeks ago ter was suggested. The magazineton maY tAh very n this mao a Tai them e ,has slipped a l wnjus., n .
... ... .BI cnief J. dgar Ioover re- offered to providee t.tI, sermop The.IIS. Senate bas passed a o0bly some td o pra t ar onllowance the U "a prit The's top
A lent Witness ported to Congress that these rak etions and factuAl material e artment of 'Agriculture p re 11tsward Sunday ay. for is own "official entr ptlr t
s have increased by "M ore thaA nis simple seed sugestn tionill for e year, raisi Walter ourm one of the OLaning. a.i_ i .. .lin 6ve
S. .. upon fertile ground .The harvesL bo wslUion do ars the -adlf fathers of Amerlean so- l "coserva T4 makes Wakeks theL eaoSr. it lat t alic
*v',was a demand .pr material .tion'a req .ft, 195ep a k lion practice went some'i ears .ers secret, inh w is Try hat al
B. :- Mr. Hoover, in a report on J tIt that ear as- dollars for M io r ate i d W ar i .- id
vestigation compared. wE*t 396 in tricts to share a .i av p A i p
Lde previous 12 moo ts. .. N6w N.A.. iB. s no prisly, ye as a yet unalrea p. rOama es in redxptnon:a iCbgr e h Ah .4t ". th
Tnat's a lot of I ,mel Especially psalm singsm group. t is a Whlell may reooiMnend dra ti- a e PredtMIson: .Congr. san h aive Il d ld
when he. explained the federal au- tough minded ech of farmers changes in U. S. soil and water h wrote ii has eaed .nch eloque ose o ac- sa. deby Con-
*thority unde 'whichtbe FBI was who will fight at the drop of vacnse atiga policies. Thq e become eBth mients from Weeks that e U they'll st ow b-
ordered into such probes. broad brinimed hit for every he mll on Governmlent Commae b persuaded by his own words to .- Gur
"Provisions of the Anti Racke water right. But it knows there is 1eorgS1eastisonu headed by ex-Pres- hbave given 10liinat the $10,0 allowance. o-
tecring Act and the Labor Man- no greater cruskde.tod than that i.-ent Herbeart or o eComI- Thou I tae ho i
agent. Relations Act of 147 o t save America's l. si sion s Itrgovesmetal Re earth as a thful teard If. OMM UND OND
iae penalties for acpt of labor on eery hand. tins,bap Meyer "4eateo any shall fawl .. thy fruitful fields. A the Navy. n plenty
m resident Eisenhow has sent baum. shall become sterile .- ad thy Whifq the Me arthyltep have beeq of smaltrrers for abmIne
players, employes o lt. employee. to Congless a special message out- Rurowfe-k, h under cgsidera- descendants shall dberease and earh But ever Ine aed
representative" Mr, Hoover me lining a program to aid the fourth ion are to take hl eon- I' In verty or pedals s the
,orteda of America s farmers who get only I servatbt d of the hands of face or the earth."" h Rai sres-_ ,i hwilb aos bee t mfl Na y
I"The activillea prohibited include ad Mike" w t Air Force's assignm to "ear.
Interfering Ith. interstate comr m.I ,', .b. o sh t co e tb to tb, enemy In-
merce by rob bery or at tior and 0 t .
'+ ...the lying of gratb tles by empl by .." ob, .,
l ers o ,epresentatbes of employes e
aI welI as the soliciting or ac-W .1 I/. aw.h Park Ave-
cepting of sch.gratuities by ema-aI alGOI ,I
-pluyes' representatives. **. iIll. .Broken mmturn -e, vases,
-Ther w .onsdable behind- MAN ABOUT TOWN GuildAoa,, Theatre ros close call Left a da fo ti.wl- was over a lvely
.he-sienes Jise s"ion .f acke. r Ding Cros y, 'married off" ert cr (tneb o tycoon) McCll's edtorst hiss )a sarI New
msession of th "AFL' Uxecutive ret a Gra ous a dgp ... a f ormer .. a NAemrW1a
'un, .dl Such A.FL leaders .Freeman...Glorla DeHaven's. new Critic Gthig, Jean Nathan and lenti& Latham were q
.,. M.any. -a,,d Dul..nskY a.dheartbeat is a Miami itr who hlis seress Jule lay- td last weekend.. Selene alters 2Cly.-. his 1 th.. .
Ai Hayes 1 ... it cle- that flew up to JPhmy t. adore her in coon) ard a ship next sad Sinclair Robinsiu dee aIim, '" otos of a
wanted no t with.goons at '7th Heaven"...Robert Rains month Caribbean.- Hi a at the Chi Chi...For y Ir* ma" potos of .
on the nat..i.'s waterfront-and pouring it on for Piper La ,.. riend 's (_.. arts will wing i saret Truman vowed 41 4ll,.1 gi' ate fe.. $|1
AWI 'oo *moto wvk policy t Ten tlstar Ma reenC n san Frora tobe bestman...hame nou tance eparing t ... ..eove
They couki follow this up by ,, set for .Sept. She ordered r Jerry 1 8r oth no torch, advice. Her coRltler will be a .o1 ,
ubam, Sen. Hubert Hum trousseau for that month The e Thrush uth Prie gelet Conusns of Ga0l Bb* h-II-
rakIn .', -introduced -.. 1, .York'. De~nily...Wh a bea, Fned ('Desperate kepl,. ping.em ... .arl


..I i... |we... A lasi moment rck flash.d.. It-socTlu regin maie Si.on) ad Wal-..
o'r the. iolk ..lg information to uirst gal saislety singer ,s a ftm j the tots. le hopes t, mer.e when her "I E L 'S B C estI .
be made public each year buyer fot a Rklyn Dept. tore... for a Move to the came ilbal..Ava's I-. -- "
-.s .*- .. tust fund establMISe s a union Linda Christvin will get as rise Julius.- .. cp exchang- Cinuek. ..Brit.sh teen .,
,,,,,,,_....._, _._, ,,. health and Welare fund, -pal y ,n d shok fur not returning -i-te a,
-l meats nto h fund; T-al expen- l wor o ..
15,0, .... u--.uu.Auu-.. ua..4,* u~whr hn wasa.o .he""vie-,,e _el th cm_ _iiwo B-r itish star, as u.-+m ld I ,WI/


ar ,.Oi1N!,s .uuon th--moie p,-,the.col'm t.opSw awtontBrlish Istar' 25
1" a d r '4 8 HI 1 l 1 n w er p on d di I d n op fo ur lr
investment made .y the fund; 3 ny tap ped by those midtown bubble feels dd Ld p
the amounts paid to offl eri- private sleuths? S t..CA ve of a tour
4lye r agents o to uch O.ttd el ft ..
as cas esa ,fes 6s Benlaminono G Ngli.. tp Metlos
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bu anisuwanne company or one (ack for more U. S. booking te B wome t wee&
toofficers who do b.in .with ) ,got.om..i .ne4 (in I19) to
oIn find. AtalIon gazettes &Altu "Americin TheWlire: A she was f In 6d $ I-.!
e i .,it ezre al stlandar for in extortion and corruption and cor- Shadulte
IN, ter.Thereare also standards forhIn option." Called us the saff e.s d
IIIte A O mo Ifnames Mussolini did... Wrlte a-e* "or So.I The City le
V& .... this becom national law,, w w- ill book tit Ued: "Wh I As a Floalu- l- alre A teA1 R,
S. W S w havesCldowoffhate a. On em endcist" Now th hla ba s... atI
eid"N th-r cke*a e'a jl v the work connng gullible .d.- u-ks..t
l.,le f e i 4 t a ,' od.iher) ewsantea hk e: a ps MTark sent the 1
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p .addition to the ANPA degen- -4.- -"Thiat~ eadveI :agenef
4 da t iamed in the suit were theo icb re T te an gency
hede Ad Psoelation of Advertis. cotis u ato.i with,
,Inc.; a thePub t es' ra tional advr U
of New York I0Wnition .ot.f Uh 0S
ta ,Susiness Pub ee gr. t -,
ie.; the Periodical P aeled, or u*
Association of America, and- the
4 Agricultural Publishers Assae I5. "That recogalUtn be deledd to
tion. u se agencies an 2 adveiting a-
Speedficallev, the suit attay controlled ,or fuat-
the cofmisasn system used mediaor, or tr en-
.be advertising agency group. establrishm i.
The complaint charged thas .t at member ofheqe defen
offenses began in or 'about t' 1 .dtex n assoc lattlmo charge
year 1917 and said they had C'we.er .allwSte So Sadv erts;er;
nued up to Uhe present. itFflnt edbers ofe 'te eien-
During that period, the cao'-l t mediaa assoomi .i. ~ d here to
plaint said, each of the defend l pabliabed advertis rates;
with its members combined 'T hat age cy Ai e
c6nspirL.d in unreasonable re, f nda inbwtbdat 159 Plr c .t
straint of Interstate trade and com.r .1 e memum's amos rate for |d.
,nerce involving, z0ational advertis- V erfiing."
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to. M e;! _ml m Ti he suit said!
ti, e on t lethe British "The e6miLiation anff conspire
f eI m. p..a i lpc ,)May .L cy amon g;a ] the defendants h
__ _n__ cinasted of a continuing agree.
..et and concert of action amfdag .
them, the substantial terry a of JIE,_ NOW @1
Sut e .For Ike's H ghway Plan which have been and are: ,an.noa
U ll I F^ dr 16 s ` y a1. "That tWe defendant medi as. ;
sociations adopt substanti uni- B Cdom Dining Boom sad
.6a fi blorm standards for recognition of Livin. S o0411m Dets. a m
Ate W Cm inttee A dvertising agencies and members r .i.." ..
-a. .said associations adhere to peuch ee Cs-ewal eu s &
standards; 11
2. "T'hiat only advertising agen- isa K.wal me
a i y 1W' UP-...- his measure would be approved cies granted recognition by defen- Fit A.,
brte e orks Cok t. tLy a "lopsidgd majority." dant media associations be eBxted-
tee s-abto. o ta led credit and allowed agency com-
Sil It ioThe Democratic meamwe for the
ed1- ;o m:- e e.'panp n e in n .pr ong .*
stin im-nat on an expaP a ndedC F11
One except, however, cals for SECOND LOO
Comr fepublicams.prozpt- the federal government-to contrib.
ly W they 'il wa-e an ute per cent of, the cost of in-
aJd-ott orthe President'ga torstate hlgaways. It now puts up
paro.F t-bsI '6 .eaihes the en per cent.
enate. ^ jiapb"o ut t4 y weMks: .
a..e ta a The committee previously had
thrmeil '-bdorte satiota rejected the President's request
"co .i,,adequat"- Ifor a 10-yau.31-hilliondoi= ar high-
way construction program. The
T i aoved a bill federal government would have
nIE k Be Goe contributed 32 billion; the state
Temn.. 1i w.qd authorize pcon- billion.
e~ yve ears In addition the President's plan
9. era ad for. etateloca construction
eThe Aeld a la.the sami 1-year at ,We are unpacking

Tib AIn rejecting the residentiali ro-
com gram the commute. objected to for mildew stains in your
ed lax be an ai Men.to1 8 bathroom use COR80
:- e.o a .. e i -athlm Alm"l,",., ....:,
mh an to rcument the a-.
add4lmit.* Plastutoilet lrsh ....... 0.60
Clatda ,itsD,.. r- Jo n e AIr wicks for your
such- rMut, stt, w1 Carmp eu, in is wer apo' bathroom d adlota e...... 0.85
uLte tak WHouse Ways and es, said the bond plan wasques.- -Toet- bowl deodorants .... .15
ean,. ttee. tionable and perhaps even Regal.
Sen. Francis Cas S.D) Join- .Bush said Gore' s bill would not
ed tft-W-9 tte4" sW4 Dme- provide the roads this country
erati nibters in vot for the might aced in case of aq emer Round aluminum zUmbrella
L,em u totte. other agency. He sid It also would not tables .................39.50
five .t e UU oolIea a- provide means to finance the high-
ed it., -," "" way expansion program. 6 Terrae and pool
P mbrelh..............35.00
plan wor- e o es Ptablei hammock with
:ate ir nOArmy Engineers we t ,tat .
Bar-B-Q"spits...........1&985

Waterwo-pject
--A*i .'TO( y14 'UP) e Aluminum extension chaeIrs 14.95

wrptdrway froit 'Ou SeUrs Bay, s loerllau pin up lamps ..15.50
414., to the 'Gt by wey of Oyster

A report by district Army Engl- ivln1room wrought
neers said benefits derived from Iron pamp..--
the proposed waterway would not
Say anual charges. BUY NOW ON THE
The board f elg~eers upheld
rei e SECOND FLcR OF FII AVENUE
ineers that no detaiesurvey of SEO D F W O F
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ERNiE KCVACS says Milton -.
Lerle tninks he's crazy. That's be- '
Uasc KovaL., cigar and all. hod I
io.albE up his mind whether to
siE" a contract with NBC'(for a
-1.ig new coa-l-to-coast TV show '
Sr with ABC for a local New York
radio sloww' and Ernie chse the -
'J.;verybod) thinks I'm crazy,.
rhie sa3s. "Malton Berle told inn
:-u. But I know I'll be happier thib,
time writing and I won't have to Ernie Kovaes Terry Moore
worry about set cnsts if I want T. -
to do a 'rketen about the Moon, foi
( ampkl. ti.c Theatelr uuild i looking for-a
l ,-._ay for mc They know I can
TV TOr'PERS
This it her year in other things
.GEORGE GOBEL (NBC-TV): too. She's stuck oil-at least two
2ly w:Ie, AlIce. is independently w(.lls in whien she is a member of
healthy. Not very wealthy, but ve.- syndicate have come, in.
x) independent. "_Now that I've struck oil," she
rays, "I can afford to marry 'Tot
Kovac: isn t crazy. NBC want.- lve and do only the parts 1
1t to spot hm opposite Gleason. vant."
Ladies ann gentlemen, you'd When she rmeltione i-Ilove" she
I,,-'ter it d-:wn for this one. We' tarted talking about it.
nave here a lovely star who says i
she's not beautiful. Ths i my year," she began.
This s untnue, on the face of it. "My love life is antragled. I
And on all the other parts of it. hope to be In love again but for
tIo. For tne girl who makes that a while it's good to be ree. I've
statement is Terry Moore a d., i had some unfortunate experi.
;he isn't beautiful, then hanibur-IIcea, but I wan 'o tall. in love
ger isn't chopped. agatn; And soon."
'It's absolutely true," says Ter- hew oear. tlis: beautigl girl,
Y. "I .should know. I'm not beau-',ith talent, has ol 'wenil wants
tiful. I coulo never have gotten love. ThIngs are tough 'i s over.
where I am on my looks. I'm an -
oc'ress. And I got where I am Steve Aller,'s new show, "The
because pfU.talent." Psychatrist," islt the only one
A yeat oc so back,, her much- :n that fieid. He'll have compe-
pubHici.e trip to Korea with a nation. Coming is' Jack Barry's
ie i emint, bathing suit got her program, in cooperation with the
a ,bt of notoriety. And, people for- Natiopal Association for Mental
iC that Ter'- Moore 'was .an ac- Health called "Conflict." They're
t'ress, i faet she wants them tu shooting the pilot film for that
remember. .cries at once.
..n"-ah' .experJenced actress The Efrst plot involves a scihzo.
.,4' nhe sayr.. I've been in the, p:,renc. a person with a split per-
Ing*- t_ "ana.d. my n'onallt3. To do the story adequate.
W I m ad n mI stage y the..'ll have to use a split
I've been acting screen
i ce I was eight. If you lie eerie, "Irish" humor
'iae. that the Korea in- lMcCaare), you'll like "The Hon-
'ci '. was ,"unfo-tunate." She rys." Broadway's latest entry.
tSll -lpabliclty was all thel'this Ronald Dahl play gives you a
vrong kind. But she has hopes. of low-by-bludgeon account of how
setting the pubie- back to think two wives do away with their
ing f ,' worry Moore as an actress, twin husbancir It's not the. sort of
not .Is. a, orettv bathing heautY. tinng- you lulgh uproariously at,
'"Tl' is my year." she says. 'out you just sort of chuckle. And
"Ev ll '.aenptI I'n maik ;a .gaod huctle nowadays is hard
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the .ff. sloadway ProWince t o wn
Playhouse, -,pent a year there (in.
ciuding her honeymoon) before de
cidi n-to storm New York for a
career.
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5 Wise old bird
8 Graceful bird
12 "Emerald Isle"
13 Honey-maker
14 Weight
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16 Johh (Gaelic)
17 House
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18 Powerful
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21 Permit 1
22 Once more
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slaves
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29 Harden
30 Sesame
31 War god
32 Small shield
33 Type of duck
35 Assessment
amount
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3 Views
4-Abstract being .AM .
5 Mortuary roll2SToppiptlate
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7 River in 23 Within
Soviet Union 25 WUeken by,
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(ab.) 27 Asterisk
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Twelve years ago on May 11, The "Fight'ng Ocelot' msignia
6el ie 65tb Antiafr rf reappeared in- I39, when the gi-
t 'landed on tisent wes reaetivated at Fort Win
ah, b, the Aleutia e field S6ott, Cal. The regiment was
i.n h .J*h historic date, ea oved to positions aroundLose An
toofcinab design n scles, jist 1 few days before Dec.
'org Dayfr the Ha 7. 1941. The 65th remained. there
qareadquarters Bae until 1943 the regiment was then
" ordered to sa''tkgf area forA'sl.
meat to Al 45th Regiment
S'the graup tr came thie 5tAAA'Group while
bac WsBattery' f f-ai Port Ord, C*l., pleparl g for
war e. Because of iLs dvereas assignment.


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ats. both


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Charged with driving .theJapa-
nese from there tr.key points
'Uey had captured in the Aleutian
gpup in conjunction with the 7th
Division and the Fourth. Infantry
Combat team, one battery of the
group %as awarded a Presidential
Unit Citation for action at t h e
"Battle of Massacre Bay."
Deactivated again from 1945 to
1946, atid antaircraft group was
ase nbled without numerical des-
ignation and became the 65th AAA
Group m 1946 in the Panama Ca
&' a DepartimtaL, Headquarters
Nwo .set up at Foi .ay~oa. The
a thiGroup has ltlined its
. ent assignment and has re.
|tned,.;Fqrt Clayton since then.
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CalUl~ the shooting the "tragic
nid inevitable consequence of the

Second Phase

Of Bu ilding

Mackinac Bridge

ST. GNACE Mich. .((P)
'ihe Idvane, guard of ire rlhan
i,000 workers recently arrived in
thisr\little resort' town V i: St.
Grace to open the second lfso
of conastlheoin of the IacUhac
bridge.
If the proet goes aeoerdbi to
schedule. the world's second long-
est susuensior bridge will s a the
blue green waters of the Mack-
inac Straits a little more than two
years from now. The $100,000,000
structure linking Michigana upper
and lower peninsulas is scheduled
for coorpleton in November, 1957.
Completion of the bridge will
overcooue the main obstacle de-
velopment of northern M igan,
one of the Midwest's major 4ee-.
rnational frontiers. It will give the
industrializes. regionss to the south
direct access by highway to a vast
and little exrdoited area of like
and forests, full of/wildlife, seen
Ic attractions and historians alter.
The fuur mile bridge will re,
place the ferryboats, cutting the
straits crossing time from the
present 53 minutes (net counting
the time spent waiting for. ferries)
Lr about 12 minutes.
The littt engineering work vas
June last summer. Considerable
progress was made before winter
ce closed in around the six cais-
sons sunk deep in the bed rock
of the straits to, support the main
piers.
Resumption of work this year
was first scheduled -or April 1,
but was delved one week when a
huge ice floe in Lake Miehigat
unexpectedly started moving
through the straits on its way to
Lake Huron
The housing problem at t. g-
Gnace, ox the n of the
traits, atlLt M on
mpliated is ea -the
sence of wore tan tw
number of workers on the
prjept. Only 500 men were on
the jtr last vear. Most werp em-
ployes ouprritt ChaplmUa &
Scott Corp. contractors for the
bridge's underpinlhgs. --
With enough of the basic foun-
dation completed to start work
above eater soon, the American
Bridge Dlviiano of United States
e.Corp. planed to bring in
50s more in. -
Last f eso n tar worker Oe
pied 4ll of ie dozens ot tourn
cabisins te St..gnace Ma*
inaw City f eas lad invaded the
Scurist resOLt center at Les Cho.
neaux, 32 miles to the east. Some
cummuved to their jobs from. as
rar as Sault eit. Oarie .48 miles
The mra 6t.k uiutr.w
brdge o ia C. E.
lialtenof l. pr e-'. neer.
These Imot .. ofe pSojd by the
Mrd ef 185 to -let the 1957
c.pening 4atW Ialtenhoff said.
The Lowels will ri*e -52 tbet
above ihe level of the water.. To
*he topss. at..te towers will be
fastened the eablesr h inches In
diameter, to support one of the
longest spans of its type in the
world.
The center span will be almost
three quarters of a mile longer
than th of the GeS e WAshing-
ton BrdRe in'Ni A bu


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Southern Bell a-'t, however,
that the soottig'foIw ig at-
tack oa to rs
by severt,,w r
At thie ame time, the company
,led with the NationalLalo Rela-
taons Board chrkes of tifair la-
bor practices against the CWA.
The .qMargea .,! Wrt._ o iecers
and. mnfb en wm' iu i6n had
coerced Southern Bell employes
who attempted to refrain from the
sLike in accr with their
rights under the it-Hartley Act.
Southle'n Bell said It" would sub-
mit proof of sc idelts aby union
members asem rhyslal assaults, dy
ramitin ,of employee' hom e a,
shooting employes on the job, vile,
ebsene and 4a 02 language
and amemblig of liafge, bolster
ous ant menacng ..e jowds or
iobs.' The compalint also cited
Gtstruction of ccmpeny property.
The strike by omme 45,0 mem-
bers of Beirne's OWA against the
Southern Bell system in nine.
Southern states'i in its n-I n t h
week. The enon is seeking arbitra.
$ion of major issues- Southern Bell
h.as refused to submit to, arbitra
ron by outsider mad demand a
no trike pled e in a new contract.
This was the seed ooting in
rhe telephone strike which also as
b e e n punctuated by dynamite
blast, innumerable eab-e- cuttings
and several incidents In-which per
ions not connected with the strike
were injured.
Two shabootings, one fatal, also in-
creased bitterness daring the L&N
strike that Wegan the same day as
the telephone walkout, March 14,
Lut ended officially today. It was
the longest cail strike sifee enact-
ment of the Railway Labor Act-
in 1926.
First LAN workers who w e r e
members of the 10 AFL non-ope-
afing unions and three operating
briotherhoods Involved in the strike
%ent back to work at 6:30 a.m. lo-
cal time
An L&N personnel office spokes-
man in Louisville said all work
ers would return to the jobs they
held on Marel 13, the eve of the
strike.
"Beginning tomorrow," he add.
ed, we will work strictly under
the provisions of the unin con-
oracts with the IAN. We'lTandle
thie men as if the strike had never
occurred.'
L&N planned to resume a u I
freight schedules today Ijocal
a senger service, 3a m
seager tiinAml ii on
the radh dm th- 'w0e. heir
iuns are worked out along the 5.-
000-mile rail system bisecting the
South Irom Ohio to the Gulf:The
strike.4ws -ended on five linesm af
liliated with the IAN.
The main issue of the &IAN
strike, the typ of health insurance
tu be included in a new contract.
and lesser Issues are being stu
uied by an arbitrator whose dec(-
son will be binding on both sides.


SOMEONE REALLY LAID AN E6 .e. e C1 W. I. Ia
hem mu.p I, mi tp pmoud of layiln t lf Broken awG-
thWoverslaed eg $eldad not only ta-wht andydlk, but
also an6tlier complete egM of normal .. uble isKnile, o
BeoAd Kn,. deuho know wttth.hl1l At rigf ita so
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1HtEIL EL PANAMA SUITI 1 149 .00. Desk 39.00. Sr
t5o 10 .m.-Adull. Pro-hs 16.o50. AIM We M9Nv *ll5 aind
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A wm e trsses. Small deow Iyrmo t.
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Canmal Zone Dental Forcblne 4C.e, NOtia$l Av.
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FOR SALI:-le r -m
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LIFE INSURANCE double,.d w W
CALL $ Cal Albe6Wb -
,1 r1etu No. ,It. C .agel. P e,-
JIM RIDGE 3-2940.
Phone m friterator sl, zlnt
l condition. Call 57125 Cupod.,
after 5 p.m. House 220W-outh
1. "A St, Guundu. .
'"WeW AIA help TYO Uith P SALE: ----lr '--,
Chiopractle" $28.00-r$d.o. Tpl i
(tnROPRACTOsl[ ..fm.t
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Cheep. nMew sUt even, t"ile
in vwCd onndtiems. Phqm 3I
6042.


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ChavrolO 1952 .4-4w# a.,"
standard ift nelleat andi-
IlM" with vi kloIw
trade In aeepteod.


C0ewele. 1951 eI-Alr,. eard
Nip. lead bu. TeaSe II noUp- .
As. ass .oo. om
06ld, *sf0.n0. Me 0utMM.
Vhe Kabba ,4.H 9. "
Fdt SALE: 1949 4-dee Super
lyHh, standard trommltlom,
mt p.ktlO CMo yh..o ,t.
hlw belhenidul ceudio n,
ti"f6. -00.0. 25 1 e .
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5417 Oat.. 201-3.


FOP IALI: 1950 Chevlet
DeLad 4-dlr SSden, -eelloe
celdifMl. mae owner, $700.00
cbc. slaNe Dr. Albwto NomL
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*1&p In the face.Tbare ha. been no moiwnt
so u1eotritSris~ on tM scrwp before. There have boon
no ~tih p.z'fa~anoa ii. 4UDY GARLAND and
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t'~alJ)r everybe4Iyp5Is8t3~ 5og~
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Drive For Cont1but ions

2 wo between. 4 zmeber of the Navy WiVeS
and tune (haa been d Unlted Olubs, at all Madal esteblih-
1I the Nity lelletf 8ooity for dbtate, and' ftOSiM ilany lotali
it k an-tist oil for eoatrlbu'- Navy personnel.
t*8. ,6ecoflt priz Mill be a- $00
.'te NAite Relief Soolty lIa .g. bVernfment savings bond.
t .Jtm O lle seief orgimlzasm- hid prise will be a round ttlp
M te.nxMR ely O (on- folwp twO Eh Joae. Costa Rica,
i~ U/ Srfi' e M ln&. offlrfl by Dyd Bros. Fourth
.4Md.vl stn-frienda of tbe prie Will be a $100 U.S. say-
Ngv3 and Marine Corps., Jsn, bond.
,.WpIa'dI .I, 'kl*off" of f 4 rog d trip for two to Davld
the ~~al- Navy Relief Society via iOPA Will gd to the fiftHl
d*vi place winner. A weekend at Bl
p ll. year's drive is in the Panama Hotel for two will be
._ f a rafUl with a 1966 sixth prIze. Seventh prize Is to
trolet spoat ,.coupe. as th e- 850 bend. eIghth prime Is &
Ii/zlW.car will be ot( traveling clock. Prizes 9 t 15
'lMBB a l dnt-tay at various will be $25 Savings bonds. A
HiBM~ etalshments a n iRuMer spinning reel will be of-.
ifhout Pfttama and the fered for the suiteenti lrif,
tfCA Zone. Tickets may b, and dnneri for twq at t Wi
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Me 21,1955


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HIOLLYWOO -'(BA) Be Gang rp0nmiM.j.Ib yetg play those 8
hbind the crea! It's itl No- o a mow little lttl Rascals,. ... aerslnd ames L a;apd t
hureader To TV :ai. *yln* aie s amping the TV opposition ;(a. ff 4w's wait to
o0er, .fumplrey Bogarta home .n the later afte nmoz ,i umatly team. .. '.. a. .7-
;eCVeILHf he ai utaflni May *0iA 55.cisues. :.... Betty Hil
ta NDC televi io ; he r lntertl" M iawUwht: flftmeen of O'Craan .aw.i T
bift .vie hit. em EiflM tor.,t'em areB f h 'Censl-ed' Ahelt IJn's night clu ial.'.. "-
(t.' tl CB "ve turned down "r "t er. '.rtIlg fos kids. d ants*. hAh. dah .r
n>l offera eve sIn_ oatTeijn ._- n Ifbaati'g on a screen gair
e.n dm omwen ds. f 'o Thee oions oldest come 0 edy hle's 17 apd beautiful.
'oeh Hand ,,' God.' Tm Idy no'tm. keith & Dale they've
1r, lt.t. enlc f eeM. 1 M.pPe bweflp riots jrT years can. A dliectr paue4 on ltal, s2.
ftr .-- .. i t. Wg I e ... 'IlrUn i eri'L .*w in th< eI meodicom. Woo's mesa MeI(lU
chaeto wS...r _wit. ?.n-m .'i Inow-to-set-alung-together depart harnen A yew years ago .0
tMe moviet with i r .en, ,,,nt t tai d a lop role in a film bS
'Ci i Sw that theY,'re oUhl^til a, Je. Smith to i> th0 team r lterary classic, but change d 'J
a" team on nome acreeasT lrie dslip bleitaIp secret." yend alU ronaiiea mi1 It rl
'it's a muarter of flding the We, nes er JealuB of easc fim. ,
right Stor t er. fle shrugged Fthr and havew never blamed each On the first day of 1i ti
AShw, I have a Ieednag us- t nr fnr anoYtili. At guAment thistaPt director yell-e e
Sleo th&at she pNefe a-a younger, bout ale srt 1e fft lMd 1in the lance, polbtedl.to the .S MI
eadi man o bodyn desn roO And we. alway-- hlowet; '.rdnnml' .d .
dNoB an -- somelbodu me taunt ech Other's lltflrity ..in ComateneJ Ro!l'T11e$I/ti
f or Bn or sometJig.' 'r.oie. aattrl. |a thj a-im lor the autfnoa S h1111 (.y ,
Errol y folanked over anoth. ", "
n id,0M0 e'tlek tb exwlfe Nora
lial'mas ind the kiddies and prom-
leed 1e Will provide ta per month
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Actr len Beverl4, ea.-wife
of Le J. lCeb. 4gvut st the manl-i
tarium and helq with the Lwbo I
CObb' ,'lltren after a loug lined.
Rock Hud4,n aims to stake out
a clalar t. tlb5i-iry Ortntr co.t-I
edy roles. Right now U-I's remake.
; 'IMy MaD GO( frey' belongs to
Roet.

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LiII Ms the U-I starlet,
showed up aL Cfro's with Al y '
Khan. A week before she was at -
the Cresceado with the parking lot
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Jo, Slenday at ? p.m. to which
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ViY. Wm. J. ;ohJ. pastor
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aid Marlahti AtOt mena
Streets, WIl be orwitd to the
ministry: A. J. M0lEblhald, as.-
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CdIG 3i0 AbatJO, will 1e ordald-
ed beacon, and Mrs, Mtude
Hines of New Providence will be
ordained Deactness.
SRev. Wm. Livngston, Dastdr
of the Diablo He ghts ri r.t
Church of God will deliver the
msesigge and charge to R et
JbMnion. Rev. George W.
Gr&nindOn, Colon pastor will de-
l vue the message and charge to,
the Deaton and DeaaoneM be-'
fort they are ordained. I.


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"Im' gonna hit one tonight,' the 24-year-old
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UNITED PUSSM

LEADING BATTERS
(Based on 75 offieal at bats)
AMERICAN LEAGUE


Player and Club
Kaline, Detroit 3
Kuenn, Detroit 26
Bauer, N. Y. 24
Vernon, Wah. 26
Smith, Cleve. 271


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A-Grounded out for Score
7th.


LITTLE L L UN X to UpNo-Hit, No- IJtalonLey
shoulders of his oo % G g- ra aftr
heated the Pacific I trk-l atte Olympic StadUmlust ig
shp.- Malon ey, wh6wR-ane pi-tcher of w of the thi
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Dodgers last night. "I just feel it in my. bones." Mueller, N. Y. 22 95 15 40 .
.Repulsk.i St. L. 22 9912 36 .3
Twelve inn ngs later Grandall run drive to page the Red So toL an, Mi. 26 9 21 35 X
hammered a 405-foot homer into their second straight win since Clenla, Bklyn. 26 7 4 .3
the centerfield belachers to give Ted Williams announced his re- Schoen't, St. L. 22 87 14 b .3
Gene Ctnley and the Braves a 2-1 iurn to baseball. Ivan Delock won
triumph over the Dodgers and his third game behind the 15-hit
their fifth v:(tosy in six games. Boston assault which offset a pair HOME RUNS
The olow, off relief pithcer Eu it two-run homers by Gus Zernial
Roebuck. broke up a magnificent land a three-run blow by Billl Ren Zernial,Athletics ........ 1
r iachers' dual between Conley and sa. Snider, Dodgers ..........
Carl Eskine. Erskine retired at Furillo, Dodgers ........ 8
icr the 11th in favor of Roebuck iAarOn, Braves ..........
W bs e itoch of the tn Montlreal Ra hllIes Kluszewsk, Redlegs ..... 7
LiAg was hit out of the park by Post, Redei ............ 7
it.rand; i,_ Lollar, White Box ........ 7
Sam Jones pitched a no-hitter Nni *V eat Kaline, gers... ...... 7
Sto give the ('nicago Cubs a 4-0 vie Mantle, Yankees ........ 7
ory over the Pittsburgh Pirates OAkh eS r TO 3
in the only other National League Rochester To RUNS BATTED IN
,dme. In the American League,!I
:he Washigton Senators shut out New York, May 13.-(UP)- Snider, Dodgers.......31
thi Cleieland Indians, 3-0, t h eA seven-run ninth inning rally Campanella, Dodgers .... 28
Chicago White Box beat the Balti Thursday night enabled the Zernl, A.hl o atics.. .
more Orioles, 6-2, and the Boston Montreal Royals to defeat the Vernol, enators"...... 27
Red Sox downed the Kansas City Rochester Red Wings, 8-3, and Furilo, Dodgers .......24
/ athletic. 12-7. .. stretch their winning streak to F ndy, Cubs ........... 24
Jones cast off by the Indians 10 games in the International ....
in the Ralph Kiner deal, struck League. R N
out three batters in the ninth in- The Red Wings carried a 3-1 -mth -ndia
nig after walking the fi first three lead into the top of the ninth. Snider, IDod ..........
195 cimax tig. The first notter or ight- but the Royals Jumped 'on Mel Aaron, D gers ......... 24
1d walkednpaig seven but struck W- right for seven runs, featured Aaron, Braves...........
1 six scoring the first no-hit- by a three-run homer by Dick antle,Yankees ........ 23
icr bny aCu, pitcher in 38 years. Williams. Wade Browning, the
He has won four gamed and lost second of three Montrea pith- BITS
the Whis o ored ers. gained credit for thewin. ITS
,ickey McDeranott tossed a foul The defending champion To, Kuenn, Tiers.........12.


Spring streak McDermott struck the last five starts. The Leafs aon, Braves .. ...... 5
mut nine batters and score seven. trail Montreal by two and one-
The Whit eBox cored four runs half games.
I in the ninth inning to win their The Havana Sugar Kings
SIG1th game in 14 starts and move made it two straight over the Won Lost P-
wtbhin tvo games of ihe first-placL Syracuse Chiefs as Bill Powell Erskne, Dodgers .. 5 L
the tlans Bob Nieman singled home nd Raul Sanchei scattered Newcombe, Dodg. 4 0 1.0
e ta ie breaking run in the ninth nine hits for a 6-2 win. As- Nichols, Braves .. 3 0 1.0
Ji Rd silvera' double compiled ~e drubal Bal and Pompeyo Dava- Jeffcoat, Cubs .... 3 0 1.0
SJim Rvera' double completed illo drove in two runs each Wynn, Indians .... 3 0 1.0
Igalily. to lead the Sugar Kings' attack.
Harry Doish received credit for to lead the Sugar yes a
b14 second win of the season while In the other game played ,
uore third Baltimore pitch. the Columb etsburi the Scalped
er, suffered the loss. Richmond Virginanhmod's current Cleveland A O
Gene Stephens hit a lIthree-run extend RichmOd's current CleeaInd A b 0
homer a nd Jackie Jensen a two losing streak to there. Smith 3b ........ 8 0 1 0
Avila 2b ......... 4 0 0 1
j t "Rosen lb ......... 2 0 1 8
Kiner if ......... 3 0 0 2

A LBO Al 8trckland as ..... 0 0
Starts TOMORROW! i llee s ......... 4 0 1
Score 23 000
a-Majeski .......1 0 0 0
Houtteman p .... 0 0 0 0
Totals 29 0 4 24
Washington
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Errors-Strickland, Roig. RBrI's
-Vernon, Roig, (Runnels scored
on Strickland's error In third).
Doubles--Foules, Strickland, Roig.
Stolen bases Runnels, Um-
phlett. Doubleplays -_-Runnela-
Kline-Vernon; Klae.7Runnels-
Vernon; KlineVsznon. Left on
bases-Clevelan 8 Wasllngton|
8, Bases on b Sc% 5, Mc-
Dermott -, -Houtteman i. Struck
out by-MeDermott 9, goare 7.
Hits off-Scok 2 In i Hgoutte-I
m s- 3.In 92 ans" andi earned


iD-_kor3, and 1; obatte
W1. id pitchls-
MDeftott WP-.McDerot
3;, LP--core (m82).

SBritish Artist
Depicts Rocky.
Flat On Bad,..-
FRANCISCO (
* m.s i eauiaesany _sfe
i Ld tot b Roy l
Swon ved
His wel Yreceived-WW


namma went out 1, 3 in the
fifth and. the Pacific team came
n for their lt time. Frddile
EtuddletoSl ground out secondI
to first, Bbby Brmndon batting
for Mlly lk.wwein. to sepon&
ea Thomin fielded the ball
beautifully but $.lew badly for
his e6ond er br.% oenneteh Pearl,.
hittin for Babe M nuard, lined
out toqeJlas at sdomd -andi with
the ti run .at seafa- the ever


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Wilson rf ....

Thftpft3b
Saraley c
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Maoe p .


2 0 0 2 2 1
3 0, 0 1 0 0
1 0 1 1., 0
2 0 0 8 0 0,
2 0 0 1 2 2
.2 0 0 3 0 0
11 1 000
2 0 3 0

18 2 4 18 8 3


'e on Thompson's error,
*far Engelke in th. b-
ts nd -baemah for
m sth. Home runs:
jck., Magglori. Struck
ey 3 by Parker 5.
ay: s by Maloney 3 by
-.I WIqinfr pitcher Ma-
LoiaOg pitcher Parker.
4: Coppin, 8 c I glani.


B RHO 0 A
3 0 0 4 01
4 0 0 3 2
4 0 0 1 0
4 0 0 1 0
3 0 0 0 1
2 0 0 4 2
2 0 0 5 2
0 0 0 0 00
1 0 0 0 0
1 0 0 1 3
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24 0 0 24 1

403
4 0 2 3
3 1 1- 2
5 0 1 1
0 0 0 0
4 0 2 3
5 ,2 2 1
4 0 3 1
4 1 2 9
4 0 2 1


37 4 15 27 14
King in third.
or Law In 9th.
In. ninth.
000 000 000-0
110 010 10x-4
Miksis, Banks,
ilksis. Triples
go. Stolen bga.
Baker. Skearl-
' Double-plays
idy, Jackson-
bases-PJttsr.
13. Bases on
ng 1, Law 1.
e0s-, King 2,
Wna 5-2, Law
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A c a.d .
w ...4 o8 11 .6 8 go ...... 1
bfflwfp ....o14 1 8 NewYork .. 14
f .... .14 14 .500 9 Detroit ...... 15
t..I .....10 12 .456 10 Washington ..11
Ittbrgh ...11 15 .423 11 Kma~a City ..10
n ta ... 9 16 .360 12% B .......11
hi.. -....'" 8 17 20 13% timore .... 8
ODAr'S GAMES TODArS'
ll at ~Cnclanati cleveland at Wa
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'Awe KEansas City at I
New o t tDetroit at New


.ESgEBTDATIS aBSULTS
Pittsburgh 000o000ooo 0 0
Chicago 110 01010x -415 0
Pittsburgh: King (1-1), Law
and AtwelL
Chlaoag: Jones (4-3) and Me-

N w York at St. Louis
(Postponed rain)


(Night Game)
Cincinnati at Philaelphia
(Postponed Rain)

(Night a
Bkly.-' 000100 000 000-1 a 0
Mil. 010 0000000 001-2 0I or
Brooklyn: Erakine, Roebuck,
(2-1) and Campanella.
Milwaukee: Conley (4-1) and
Crandall.


L Pet.
8 .704 -
9 .640 2
10 .583 3
11 .577 3
15 .423 71
18 .400 8
17 .393 8%
19 m96 11 -


GAMN
ihlOgton (N) I
mete (NM
Bo0ton (N)
York.


M IZEUDAtU 35MW
Kan. City 002020300 -7 8 1
Boston 25023000x-12 15 O0
Kansa City: Rauch (0-2),
Boyer, Sleqter and As roth.
oston: Delock .4-3), Hurd

(Night Game)
Cleveland 000M000.-4 4 1
Waeh. 1.10-0 5 1
Cleveland: Score (3-2), Houtte-
man and Polles.
Wa m u d.n: MDeri8ott (2-3)
and FitzGerald.
(Night Game)
chI* o ooaooo 00004 12 s
Bdtihmore 001100000-2 5 1
Chicago: Harshmant Dorish
(2-0), Fotrneles andiCourtney,
Lollar..-
Baltimore: Rogovif. Schallock,
Moore (1-2), Kusavaw nd Smith.
Moss.


Detroit at New York
Open Date.


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ERNESTO PARIS S.. head of
Juan Franco's Stud Book and
Department of Staistices, has is-
sued an appeal to turfites who
have in their possession Juan
Franco racing charts for t h e
years 1928 and 1929. ,
Paris' office Is preparing an
historic al compilation of the lo-
cal racing plt since. Its incep-
tion in 1922, but the research-
ers have run into a snag be-
cause they are unable to procure
charts for the two yearn men-I

Paris asks person who have
these charts, to contact him
at TeL 3-4571, so that he may
borrow their files to obtain
vital data.
Paris and his staff recently
distributed a mimeographed
booklet full of statistics of the
activities of owners, trainers,
Jockeys and horses for 1954.
JUAN FRANCO horse-owners,
who are already alarmed at the
unusually high amount of sus-
pensions meted out to their
charges of late,-had something
else to worry about since early
this week.
Unofficial but well informed
sources have it that racing of-
ficials are planning to take even
more drastic steps against
horses which they 'feel do not
perform satisfactorily.
According to thezreports, the
officials will suspend animals
for four meets when they.per-
form poorly thefirst time; eight
meets, the second time; 12
meets, the third time: and they
.will be ruled off altogether when
they run badly the forth time.
A group of owners plan to
meet soon to discuss the situa-
tion and forward a letter to the
Panama Gambling Board.
APPRENTICE RIDER 8. Car-
los, (Carlos Sataniego) who has
been suspended Indefinitely for
"inefficient riding," has been
stopped from exercising honrses
at Juan Franco.


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Si n orao's supensiuazmon
Is of tle "LIdefxiite" nature, it
Is assumed that the stewards
may reconsider his case if they
feel that his ridig has improv-
ed suffleleitlyJo warrant It.
Put hole Aiamaniego to-
*!proul if he s hot permitted
tO Work'-Aorse?'--
THere is a rulng to the effe
that suende s
gallop horses untin ur



iLA If Pmt. Crietian,
who arrived here Just two weeks
ago, n advantage of
the at .many of Juan
pc r'~' .l t Jockeys are
g 1og pensions.
et capabiatn has ac-
cepted no A eus man I mounts
ovr the week end, with many
o them appearing to be first
c0oto paper ato eat.
CristiAn wH ride seven horses
on Saturd aand eight on mun-
day. He ts up on Don 6oyo fav-
orite In Sunday's $2000 Raul Es-
pinosa Classic.
THE LOSs JINX seems to
following Forret Jacobs. '
. With the announcement in
The Panama American yester-
day that Hpetor Lopes would re-
place JaCobl on the Kansas City
roster, local fans recalled that
In 1952. Loez' freshman yea
In the Pana a Pro Les=ue. Lo- q
pea and Jacobs had a s own-to-
the-wire fight for batting hon- i
ors, with Loez winning out by
percentage points on the last
day of the season.
Jacobs was sent down the Co-
lumbus of the Class AAA Inter-
ndtional to take ove the spot
left vacant by tope0, and on his
way to report to the Jets he
could very well be saying, "It
certainly Is a small world."


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a y feS COeeLop I r .........
Panam a t ers ro y as .......:::::::..::
S Clemente rf ......
SThomas it .......
With Thrillig 2-1 Victory
Frbese, 0. Sb
-- Atwell .........
--" Freese, R 1 b .....
y WALTER C. WATSON dangerous Johnn Watson step- King p .........
ped up to the late. Maloney, a-Montemayor ...
Before a crowd, estimated at pitching as caully he knew Law p ,.......
close to ,000 fans, th nama ow, got behind three nd noth- b-Ward ..........
Little League defeated the Pa- ing and then to climax the se- c-Mejis .........
c fide Little Lese by a sore of ie otWaton a third
2 tol in.a thrling same at the strike. Totals
Olympic Stadium Mat gave Pan- The fans had been asked to re-
Iai .the first isthmian Little main seated while -e presenta- a
League chamonship. tion of the trophy, donated by
eage amhe Balboa and Panama Lions Mikes f .......
S -panama scored the first ruin of Clubs, was being made by Bill Baker 2b .......
the ball game in the rd in- Stock, Praesment of th Balboa peakte ....
ning. Maggisori waUlied, Malney lub,. but thousina--of Ovvrjoed King If ..........
bunted perfectlyand walsafte, anama faneswarmed the f eld Jackson 3b ......
Mjina reached first on~he third and carried, the entire team of Tappe rf ........
t. baseman's error. Wththe infield youngsters off the diamond. Banks as .........
Sdra ansParedes and WIl hit In a sporting gesture, Felix Pondy lb ........
00to short and twoperfestnd h owso Larrinaga, asked Bob Medinger, McCullough c ....
00 ftor sor Y atson to Victor Du- co-manager of the Pacific team Jones p .........
00 la cute with two away and ie for the brilliant battle his team Totals .
bases loaded' Emillo phillips, iad fought. Bob thanked Lar- a-Struck out for
hase loaed, .miio P P gb-
pasnama's lef fielder who led inrnaga but decned, stating that b-Reached first f
hit.ng wh a .60 mark forthe this was the first series of Its c-Ran for Ward
seritesng worked erkle parker for kind and the trophy belonged
Series, o ls, frying in one ith the winner. Felix hen pre- Pittsburgh ......
1 run arker then struck out Oar- sented the trophy to Maloney, Chicago ........
2cia to endthenin his star pitcher, who won two
2 lading o ff foend r he Pacific and lost none. Maloney had RBI's-Tappe 2, :
0 Leing the top ha1f of the trouble carty i off the trophy Doubles.-Tappe,
fotinning, CurtY 8chw- .iws u bigs he is. --onk.d .Ta
0 rock got one of Maloney's pitch' r fox redik Bakels
toi i-Banks-Bakero
S tied f as he ihis u hor- Paefic Little League Fondy. Left on
ter of he 2ertes. bottom of AS RH Po AE burgh 4, Chicago
0 With two our t h 's center- Watson J., 2b 4 0 2 0 0 0balls-Jones 7, KXi
the fouth P ar s t Parker p ... 3 0 1 3 0 Struck out by Jon
fielder hit Parker firstdall for WatIen ., as 3 0 0 2 2 0 Law 2. Hts off-n
whatover the denterfoeld wa ning chwark lb 2 1 1 4 0 0 10-6, Runs and en
at proved to be e, w AA lraUl,f .. 3 0 0 0 0 o 2-2, Lw 2-2.
run of the ball game. Du 'e .... 2 0 0 8 1 0 Jones. WP-Jone
t .... .lthffe. o o 0 0 s Kng (s-1).
A Excitekent roe to fever pitch f, 1 0 0 1 0 0ng (1-1).
2 in the fifth inni g the fight- ~ ... i 0 0 0 0
I Ing Patfl team came to bat Marqpardsb2 0 0 0 0 0
0 and Johnny Watson, who hadMb.Peerl .......1 0 0 0 0 0
0 twohits in fcur times at bat and ""'"'_ .
1 tlit .571 In the series, led off with25 1 4 15 6 0 I
a line ingle, Parker hit safely 2 1 4 15 6 0
I and. W on moved to third on Pamam Little League
--Taimpson's first error. Roy Wat- .
.7 soa.1dedeep to right field and Mela b ..:.. 3 4 r A
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41 *M I tIgad b, d on th I
fTu who toot iteasy themurl Board.
Ith. and oS an l Th ttairal b 2rd was elect" L
*WSW "-.0.. t ",. .' -',U heand ans oeo aod ee t at f tk be, of,.
o Iy a o : the shanesa that a irby te p ITi
of 0 as1 0 b" r eltln of. a N. ia r; ue
1 JU i UZ.r-n Mope'sio ..r I, pe. Managerlli
T# oo- uaonnewron Ioout of Wudage1 many Barahart, Eou1laat NMna anr,

S igb beats Pedro anm uday. f to It that it properly.
a atMd to not The tbby Britbab ,Do Cakega la AmoneWX to a$e "We can always take care of 7Th. 4 tve
DW -be .ib i, e, te00 hUina.an.d Mrtilnp, -Il. kde i eb a ,

wIi4th the 1s 6 lpt0. 10as fso difftult, hen'fll ily e
InS bU uI te wateraasl6 rm m have a Job on his hands against a a s, captasne
be.. -d r, ht awatre )the. Daa ourbar. -oma1..eeaeo. t
Sl:r+" k h.u l- y r r ked aware of C.-- .,...P.dthe.1. a ans adde.-. '-
d. a.ron to a lsidsual, hell." roartdg Mr. S Ithl be I en and tdird. Is
O!CUPart andltprovedtobea-
... .... Juan .Fn c. .. irad.d EIiis curtain raise fora te ~
; 1K IR T DAdLI -IV moO Aflhet r was the exl ai.lyt
I w tip MR- The last two r e bes rat. W. Wgt .' Wt. CONMINT ODS A'. ar tmam ut
J those philosophy sl t more to be a r, r St AB a c lhe lemma 'm
rdP5^B ''CyW -raes i conSg mon tm on account owhyt coan yu 1ans. "I l 8 .r 8 Pe anld Vtr llp Pes Anna Oon
a aret atr than lose, anyway, aid he hoefl .e promo lhWstill BMe of r the oie su Casri NHo! orAon c, i
.v. 'ra"turda 'ram. W"et the fever." -- &a. -MQr"C t ...ldo 115 -M. Impro, more with the p high
ava-g. r i leoany kind, h.A.l., _and -U t neoo l yMa n 111 15-1 di al scores
t.' "" !. t np. t.o~_ ...t. Woot. .. 104 --Rates chance he re 4-1 "Batter up," wasa ext on e,
S,,,,. T .|\U .. I i- dJ Il ts that with cn s. mno.., the to al s ,,den- -,,Ne .0. I08-D- ngrous In mud -1 aMW tda n d tour ..amn were form. !
I I tart to 4torm .1 1 'ftlf' .. o ha .. uc ,L. res 113 -Love m enIlmo pot 3-2 'e for softball. The teams ptla e4
I. ., ,t.wa lly, .mW.t .. M .- ,,rpoi ,ts ., .--a 'aft 112 -Long overdue Even a round robin tournament andt e
w4e a ulan fae reseatt etlpelale, Vb"s^ent'erY vrle 78 rA 4 Tca 110 --Could help pt ate Even w aisle ei n inat m in@ tt
has bee prep...... rt n to the l nl and g-A Cflto 107 -lonehot poils 3-1 washeld to determine twin.
SotetL 9-Tom C ) P, Mda9o 102 -Has strong finish 3-1 Nancy Mddle 's team plc e d
M o I-- i one y. t-o bud. f" 1 lrat, while Janice Hellman's team
II*" 'Bosed en money in ad hai'd easteres habIts, s establish- In.cme in scsI
I- ligast p. lese, ?a. gniew s mS lmegatl. i baRt- 'ind Rac Ibrtd la.M m.. 64 Fgs.nrs uM.N eI.el Close .i..
Wil Ur2.10r-i *i I. Hidultl n total te ., which would Include rMAe and besnd Rase ef the IDuble 8winmmlng tok the t nand& t
tMh i TV, I eisi 910 c ld ame uat tom dd lloom Rh. iln -This i loom c0inch i n ?i elts, u I
e- o"I.--,.-. ,]. -.Xeoe K r foty 115-HUS ehown notln -i -.-,,Lin l
ps s l .. toldu-then -"p l.ib ty that Marciano and Cookell ni a Rarip 105 -Could wore in upst -1 >rd reat e; Judy i
.I t... hf a mllonbut withdUt the by-products tha obTl- Ie ., TYealN 106 -- tes odl chance 3-1 rd. Imliaul M edy Oa -
.,,., "l w, .'.o. m"_n ,n or e-ln -; 1 =- Danp rous e der -1Is i a n.. 40-- t r i;
S' Will be the NaTetedMed remarks from our corresp on 7 do A. eas 115 --Improving steadily 1 d
I A t ,II I "' AI + on mtter of flati es. For vaI resp1vg-_on. sportss .-Wa ,mondes L. Glraldo 110 -S-howing improvement 10-1l Dsasy L P wdbb- M ll IaiUe
r-1-0t1r0p( tb fool t thwe laadeep public concern il whth- -ton, Wi. TuckMe l ey
-- et pDpmt *k antd psrdmotita alre properly.rirlche Wtonr o- aI Race "" ,Ave sPurse Pel Close 1:5 d. ite Relay, and Sue
4O W dd lde 910tthe d Bas.tball ot d Tot0 LicolnKd the

S4 TOB oOCK DOWN4- J. 06ngor> 207 -Rates good thanra 3-1 l00 per ent godtio ane

..I 's "As r" 'e e from New YorkD enny eftl.y from -Yoipongo N. Hurley 108 -.thn to recommend a-ir yA 5 r
ta i 'Pa l d o theal from la AeM. If ti-Tp Lo, y re id lgo my lO -RIaNrW to good form -1 d.ivin Nancy d
a-d t t,. .g.- o"e -strv I oin th A. V l Rtz from l.yoft 3-1 d,,a.l,,yijE,, Ai-y
d wa a dle Th dtrn av un the local pre da e.e 10 4 nee to Uting, 3-1 ,rei n A
t etiv, t I nmg. with the result the advance H. e II4 hance rlae -i .it i M '. il "
the b "-ast- ..ga' 4 b t h e 3-:1 IpP-rov the p.eda and ht-
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urlwawbod*4 5 ddqeor I'0 asnpen, e s hb
3" ,1.t.&Xs1as* aS.M aa lengf hp ba R. Cristian 113 -Excluded from betting x..
bl.oae.er. Jaekie Robin wa I W floer for S pri Ad possibly ere l attack.. Ao e o
."iylt neong d e C. eOi Mat o fI i ed blo i to th t a- ." O ... '-.r
Whal Ifeond Myselfinthe thN.eAr whIseylwletreo hahsa ginotheh h Roe"C" Nktivae I P uree PUN. Pao C sloe 3 :55
Ram and what a me Talk u Sptssbig to detw o0 It mevr butae wheI,
game'": ". ._ d -Thi. io Ti s et ii y Ne o b r ate,, at wihen. tho hf pps -s..te Yar 110 I--lk in bei t 1 m- -1
lb v o we s ~ ws q o ~*4 te Iw arlWa s t o m e.,?htcmar n sc d C n 113 -Rtt Indicates Even
....tr_ As K" i t.e 4 .1 3_ ifiga t.,-e I gdo 115 ht It out 3.o ..A1plsII
w S_ a.lsure teoyethat t a s e O4mthe canvas a -few days en Wonder 5R. ms 10s 1e-I pay nice odds 15-1
-_ .-. re Is ut`11re4 4i-o eC an ha. a8-- l in ae o ppen, w
ahss- Mso A. am PT ea oW 1 Fa sa t 9..--S -. n th3 Rafe r lapnti I g.a seAM Pooeel Closes : ,3: *
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-us t4a r &Cle to. bAetaMeahLwstgerve an dBidts e1WW -Rteouti c -
a-,.,I d .i an~ i~the .thlng:fT .bt t I ie rputi t i bll -eeapu I to -A.... 5.G6naisI.el last time 2-1
o 1 2. Ieql _. :. So e Crl tn i15 -4 to beat lkore 3-2
on ._m -wh .Ted Oral the *. w : ".: : ;- ias A bAet forA 32 s-1 orm 1
SW .m i ,Kta hone a.nd the Interviewer, unable lr X. O 110 to recommend 10-1
confessed as suchto the etanh' ro u11 -Rr contender 2-1
be told the 4th and nothingbut M. ca" l 2 -ecent rac s 20-1 i

. a.iuett9iib i t -.SOU -L. ce pladed "'ll Iwear on a stack of i h ao" -W -Impalatd Il --F --- --M rP l Close 4.:M 0 I
. -0 Mr. We standi on a stack of Dibles -.betr I. Darlo 110--Nothing to Indicate 25-1
leb ,&9.. +.:he !Jia. a ti,-H -too m sh for my nOes, which aren'tli- Mdi J. Cad4o n. 1 -Ratesfair chance p ssItW v HY
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Mig-killers Tell How Foe bmerialis
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KUNSAN;'Korea, May 1l He said the second Mig waslwig rnal
(UP)-U. S. Sabre pilots who firing at him. u" ti1l "vtoblr." he
shot down two and possibly four "But I continued. Jring," he however. r t
Communist Migs over the Yel. said. "I saw .an exo on his the nece y ef
low Sea Tuesday said today they wing and tall eco and then feeta wil b work,
were out-numbered four to one a tail piece cams off." fasaw eofer-
but only half the ?f Milgs-"ie f The el ght p maddo s.-a- t"al- (W
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around, watching," said Capt. to fire for s vera bs afte no r
Robert J. Fultdn, of Bernards- U.S. plane iwas hi
ville, N. J., who gPt. o neof the They rei.alad. far ptWe
Migs definitely shot down. time that e32-Mwn"
Lt. Col. Robert X. Dawson, the attacking re.-L._ g at
Mount Clements, WMeh., who led ports had- me e t. Iss y -.i
the victorious Sabes, confirm- to 16 that =
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fight, had little stomach for It.
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LONDON, May13 -(UP) Al Buthe said "I want to em p ha- stoppedatYaltaby apple als hesman IlncolnWhlte ai f: ra Dulln. a hsA TAWzuP.Rp.t, icur) u w0sh al hi
charged last'night that President at a Big Four meeting unless George said he believes the U meeting." ,of edyears Indian Confereuce Tsedtiert continued to lock agree 05
Eisenhower suddenly agred to we are willng to assume that nAted States should "tate a more Other officials saim there is diB .. Sun- wit-represntotve the four the o n dg .r4l
"summit" Big Four talks only to those who represent us will be. positive" approach tothe Big Four no prospect the President will -ay i a r n tenth- MetropolitasL powers tested, AtI e end of-$be-day's session
Ap Sir Antnony Eden wm the unaware and indifferent td IN- aks DEPENt down at a B ive confer- ctu pr a. an of the non-do t- the rve
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LINDA HOVEY interference in our general elec- than losses' for the free world Bt,ter as gaining a general fororrd greed to neqdtlate with Red Chi- yest ed y a thichR, fo-m Representatives B rian Unit- reached on all try"e of the tre.
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^ If secretary for war, Woodrow Wyatt, AS for fears that such a cnfern The Unite States, Britain' and sa area. ally elded to the West ovar thd the Netherlands dinec d two ltofahr
d an electoral meeting at Sea e might lead to "appease have invited Russi a U.. offnotthof putedchief topl C conference sources said Rusi
l lBS ford. ment,' he sa'd '"no such assump. Ba Four conference. sia would insist on Red Chinese at- rety daft 14 pojsealons: Education In re- uieledm when confronted with the
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l'oy State iaever believed that any g aod Bridges seemed to sum up the warned, agnmst expecting, over- the proposed BI Four talks ThefourforemldterswH5 unity development andtsmrnlne aireomprsm seeon ege e..nomcc
wil come out of tp:leve talks, ftars of the GOP senators when tight miracles from such a meet.. Well Informed lomutu now examine thea ttnprrow and scale farming in relation to the clause.
F Wyatt said. .It is openly adi ht said "the monster of Co u- ing but said it might hed some Iress confidence ia wmll a- wit au a netrai Ut same d y h .
SUtl maitted in Washington that the ritdi imperialism will not be stop ton RuUntil Dulles displayed his impa





4 U re~lUI W only reason why President El- j.cd today any more than it was flng cold war issues. bly in July. iv pnint eqi fb Austria, a n d The conference was under the tkence, the conference had been
tenhower has now agreed. .s e Russia hasnot yet replied nae P t ery arrangements chairmanahp of Key, ekdloked on the final terms of
A Br Ii to help S Anthony Eden and the Go sai tR h r to te Aied bid for Big tri





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ormer .Lb thror P.artynm Di i s..t e sze trte t weave nothing to= "omprmse oe k ess.. cP i nv mtaticn was or l bor e rA M-e.. r e ip3mmi;idn.a ee e... ea
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Eleaisenort o towaersu orge adr ed rewig to ssume that Sed Statese o should a mre Other oials said there I w represent t ve L t4 o ae sous
sumehei program of entertainment seeehe reprentus bepotivepp toe BFourno Lmntzer now itd4"r was thouenhht ta use of ted




fr teBoys Srtate bfal le e mpSa n en w tena hware soe in i the ar ea and byre-statl.atbat 'rg siniaaBg t linveeolea m and of the nonoi 7 0 a t l tesrrm-o



RU MAJORETTEresente present Americanl e"Afloddsaavor gins r a t h e rvelopMoen the mst- ministration, IShowever,-h'aa-po nit hs be
SLINba the n e iterference m enl ele than loses for t free world ing fter sAnigand general 'sporsial WARdAW, May netiat with Red Chi()- atieThentr of the r
B ob" tItt"e whhi, e ormer ariam ntaa p-levO tBi reA l ettea e or D t-memu on a ceaeefireI ne theeii jtl t,' and
So I a secretary orwar woorowwy,, As for feare a that such tife. aTheUni Statshsn a. the S areal a etWest e on bands d




TWedO of"Dr. et wl besen toin Operation Co te B.r Ridgwa who wise retire Preinettler Nyp af reace c. wsina
ng'ton y-to paicp te ,t a' eleti salt eent to n tea.rt3ce might- lead to ." | magMinsehaveInvitedd MRssa TeU.m.eofficials goentk R ast tetg Aof the ofiptherr torpiPe nthde lr froban ghote pae a i R wl
roamandcournsiatt e tan-ednCannappa rnt ef t ter he now ce ss'- g ar Fo o re. a miisese tert .Isxt e be1 a ual Eduea to'lng te- e he A oros nt'ew wuithte


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toyeStEaenhe an q-residn l M raisenower ay btn is arrauted." t Pesntisen!w' a ctithaerto thePO o 'eg Te -- '.Is i.llt ,U n to economic ,ane.meme. ee ft
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awsaot thd.eo...p.s e i Foenly ad. u 'e saadtthe monster of mu-Ing'but sa t the i~tipiamightnhed some giWressconfidenceR ssia wilATltin1eea./
eat re mitteld bi Washington that E ten. Nvst imperialism wi .not be.-stopJighthonPRussia's 9 sincerityin Not- ,eeto. such. a cotifekente, probe yw.TI U amaeneura 'l--sap ys











Toyti Fe t r nlresn ,csaodn n r eee.. cd today any more than it a t unar acoldmwariistsues ibl o iSuly. I t .ont y ip.,mr ltrj, a n d- he y conference askude t he o pbe






rankin gs governe mentr wnlrra o th ehWa o s e m l will w*1H-" Chm sponaV a t.nldl K.
poo thi r return theypom oboeretcee replaced incthesecetwOaombr iner
S .tohereportAonotheireeanGesoard."repeor ts Russ ia ha o rmaslt ehA in tre edidf Peroene-ee, G e d trf iret lt
.osrra progrmof tei ver governmenttainm stay ientdpeecheg b-aSenate Rpp n I mI tzerI nwta T alinso r I t o t t b uosedtoTeCabe m.




oeitfIim.H Ste ba ile formNe tres ae mtl a r l .fc t P a l a g oa h




ilalif.), Seat. Josep R. Mcoarthy tafligataArmy.
'U od ed ito n t e ra thhea lrvtation. a'e the We Ind 'rnfer e b
iiect ed rt is d unprecedented Sforat Briet-I W d ealways"h teyd Cwoh d .i durin a l ~. .




in te ia .annc. b Poic comtte way recentlyon wrote Army Se-
lBoys tbsrt tRo balert Snteen askn o ap "n dn CA pe.. eve tensionsW couldPbe Theaxede... ofn ton
State-benlpgFrenosvou ntary reemnti Sgntoin ettenance Stt Departmen SiUennten4 seve .la










will aBltuo Bros.r on ftC io Europana bCommhi~t' nation a-e yes
a e Oth; n TLhean. a o l .. ,' gtc l- en g odi tlonu thei lo n ha eat ofthewi -ro uste' dterat-aes-o
f ed "y la i in ApeeredroanysuggestionBn sivde m fr cs t re netue a
.. take place at the Legion's MeanwhtltnWashington,Sen.A.statesbeari tm. th eh _. ,' ,e ltri -on lltwets of















Ch mn.a strip hroutin Arotoop
*b tori oo Walter-F. miorge DG.) saidnel 'S -.. -1.0"w-, m.-bility or mt nia 5mand. vadon1 Of"common Interest.















rdoes fleWregular be..it. ms s -under thte Raee' t OF t. rdoth toerfores hen
C i ub. ort m Hanomoo horowde ootBg alksa 'X adeh es of at Ii patolaO dUI dre to th er.to l'toaaorrow aTh e rlbbea ,Commiescn, as mh i.taa n





wtalret yon ty vehe N n, gaylo awasn S o tomte offieal thinkMoe .coo wi. er m Pol the Warsaw r ren P"decnsu atve and advisory dy,
Man elected to Attendi l the Ca=so lmoactnacsGtenoepr tewe Wltoda b y Presenide may seek t wncluslno b tofe lwan whereenthed Cowo ee-a io eof1t h ilo4 aod iner W eth of the foon
r heBoysState, J which w se a ,eepo, tejehoweltola( f remeour Coh .lletiitheS uAgnz anEastXuro.pan
Wade w s year for the first George, ih~drman of thq.tSenatehStaff,treplacing ken. M1teew 'fmeeting o .r d e h T- pe tothever eoreno
antomim partictpate- In ,made-Tiu s tementtonrte.rs3. imin, Briti~n rime Minister .territores.In t,'ne Caribbeano,

fo"h ranking gomHl ves'ornment .'ay fdsill prolly.. opsd' oBt Forrreaeng-West ondean Conierene. map-.v .. w"d/7
la ter their return, theyo "rn-lacrd'I--these"two0aaut'nationsragainstr-
VIMevYohwthe wlnners/tGeorre did not refer wtontly to by Gen.nLsmn L. emnlt,"
%Wt1- ByStates balmlfe oeretas al r .th.dgWilloaa-F.re-armedGrer-forcesInthePar .ant adprase"gretowe,"raternthan
, 's1etoltd edition ove the wAmo-rld i..), Sen. JosephiR.Mc artylthe 'Eht Army.'lour"wer.".mlpt".m 6-a ne/Fo rSigning
.e directedtby 1Bettyst((Wis .)?,4andand Mrs r Pm*. a-naTheSWhftlHouse'sasdseidgaroulde.edtoIclude-Red hip.
lagel- ( 0.10t fithe"iSoensdte.way recently wrote Army Secre- Asked today ithis country has

am. wiw a"n the;ir inras"f' greed today to unite their Mae-
tMarket; $ copiedyarmed forces under atngte
.o, pping ;;nhInsrrostionle aommnd. Sovie
s htrip'routine bAo tmmunIEue .oouncin ethei.tba.o..fheo
.decision Wis issued after this 4
a i 4, or.0 the wy nners c Th '. g URA Aa rhairm-ag sip f, soviet Premier alS,.Bi w in trR
1 6 sf lonles wilt held will betuInioperatiog.tetAnlgRaen.erNF P"11m:st inhBw knpeAtatheAPolksh.A.4
m oCi b. o i w bofoorwsololactnchosGerden overftheoweekendre ilmgb a sof.Ministe. 4 Force Base a St My1. P db h
n m i a hs.yJudygRoMccaandc mopooseedsroIm-h' wledt.#twidlcmetIChing,.attentdhInwg 4.e.-dl. sin

&.nam pmist nfighto11 IerAus w anol,n houlaslrad.uo- rnationsfIn any r.lo- .. MA


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