The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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SUBMITS VACCINE PLAN Ovet Culp Hobby, Secretary of
Health, idVatien ,and Welfare, submits a blueprint of the vol-
untary co io p an for the distribution of the Salk anti-polio
vaccine to Presldent Esenhower at the White House. In the
rear are Alsta t ries.of Heilth, Education' and Welfare
Ruswell B, perkln (left) an2 Bradshaw MintenerIn the center
Dn Leonard A. Seheele, Surgeon Oearal.

CZ Salk Shot Formsp

Sent To Parents

Applications forms have been tion forms promptly. The Salk
distributed through the various vaccine is being administered
Canal Zone schools for anti-po- only to those children whose
lio inoculations for the first and parents or iesponslble guardians
second grade upils preparatory specifically request the inocula-
to initittig tzhe program after tiV. Those children who.fall to
infomaton a recvefrom she r.rse thb 6ied quUx,' will

grader i a.t Canhl ane ut laterM.
STh Oistrit.O of .the forms It J planned to cmlulet.
for t -parets M om the i oculations of the
been o.f ioe v firtu W~a second- grade peldil
Ing at 'vcccin4y thi United Stties schools
be .o1 further-de- imUt,,lne they *asti in D w-
lays tr bobh the din.
first adseond d wp fore t The prorai of inaoculating
UnitedStates soo1s .oMe or the first and second grade pu-
the summer vacatitp, if possible. pil ol f the Latin American
Parents have y.een requested schools Is to be started imAnedi-
to sign and'rtu r the applica ately afterward.

ElsenhAowerResents Incompetency

Charges Against Health Secretary
o -

- President eseahower told his
net conterenef today that the
sa of Salk polo e ine is
Ssufet to complete .at shots
for firpt and second nraders in
the tql~tively near' future.
Mr. Ahem a
tim i reudad MUda
Ovet C b bobby. secretary
of Health, SBeatlmen ad. Wel
fare, ulanat cha rgei f
the f ey" in bdu i i.
thI vaodae The President said

he found Mrs. Hobby's record
highly efficient.
Speaking of the vaccine sup-
ply, the President said he was
Informed this morning that
then w1d enough to complete
the first shot for first and sec-
ond graders.
He waidift ome children could
not be given the vaccine by the
d of aefol, particularly in the
SuWth, .pla were being set up
for s peeol inoculation days
(ContIR on Page 8, Col. 5)

929 eCZers

Put Up $5

In Tax Suit

8h6rtly before noon today *
committee of American citluens
made its final tally of those who
have put $5 a head on the line
to finance a suit to collect back
income taxes.
After checking and a re-check
the count came to 929.
Their names will be listed as
original party plaintiffs In the
suit sponsored by the United
States Citizens Association.
The actual complaint will,
be drawn up and filed by
Washington Attorney Lavern
R. Dilweg.
Work of tabulating the names
and checking the money deposit-
ted was under the direction of
SMrs Vir,'inia. Peare. at whose

homgae there. USCA committee fore-
The list will be put In the mail Academy thereby becoming the first citizen
to D weg as soon as It can be meant. In a brief ceremony at the Headquarl
typed, committee members said tri Rear Adm. Milton E. Miles (center),
today. to report to the U.S. Naval Academy at Ann
It other American citizen em- ran during the presentation were his parent
ployes and military personnel on
the Zone decide they wiah to
have their names added as party
plaintiffs, this can be done at F
stated periods. P blo Duran 17, First
AdMitin st wl W e f- i b.
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TakesTo Clrobbe

BOund For Td .o
At Maria Ohiquita today, voy-
ageurs George and Helen Schrel-
der were due to forsake land and
take to the Caribbean for the
first leg of their land-sea srad-
dle of the San BIas coastline.
Friendly planes were to pass
overhead now %ad thn to see
how La Tortuga was ding.
The Schreidets hope .to bed
down dry land at ortobelo
Tomorrow, If the weather looks
good, they'll skirt outside the
port, passing the spot where Sir
Francis Dake was put over the
side in a leaden casket.
Clinging close to shore they
will head for, the protecting reefs
beyond San Bls Point.
Their ImmedIto destination is
Turbo, Colombia, where they
hope to arrive about June 14.

Nigh Lw
l:02 a.m. 7:19 a..
1:22 p.m. 7:56 .m:.,

Dr. Nebon, Chief Of Preventive Medicine,

Dies At Canal Zone iqe Afttr Brief Illness

Dr, WIter G. Nelson, chief oa
the preventive medicine sad quar-
a-tind Divisin of the Canal Zone
govenewat died at S:dS this
inornl&nagg a few 6bous ilBOeu
at htminae on Quarry Road.
Balboa Helats. He was 3 year
Dr. Nelson had been In apapar.-
ent ood Lealth and was en

Health Service, auch of it In Eu-
rope. He had been stioned in
Paris for about two years before
coming to the Canal Zone where
he served as fedicl Officer In
supervisory care of the U. S.
PubIcOHealth continen.
tal Eurdpe and Isles.
Among Mis sevw al oignments
mn Europe wuag ltMoscew
LanM aqer the nn of World
War He ao g served in Berlin
here ho was duty during the
Rusima loradelt- w i thei allied
a6lift to the; city was In opera.

Guard in the

ias a

BWe pwMeal bth e
em sa- aW lk ot3

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A, even~ in-year-old youth,
son ita ainmi ent Panama fam-
ily has become the first ap-
pointeeto6 the United States Na-
yal Acdemy ever to be selected
rmin the Republic.
Pablo Xsteban Duran, oldest
aon of Mr and Mrs. Pablo M.
Duran o Golf Heights, received
his orders to the Academy,
thereby becoming the first Citi-
zen of Panama to ever receive
this honor.
In -a brief cereuhony In the of-
fice of Rear Ad. Milton E.
Miles, Comk andant of the Fif-
teenth NavalDistrict, the young
man, accompanied by his par-
ents, received the-orders direst-
ing the young man to report to
the Navy Academy at Annapolis,
Maryland before June 27, 1955.
During" the presentation, Miles
stated, consider this to be oiE
of my most pleasant duties dqr-
ing my year and a half in the
Isthmus. I am certain that you
will have no difficulty in suc-
cessly completing your course of
Presently attending the Bal-
boa High School, Duran will
graduate with the class of 1955.
Duran received his appointment
through a. United States policy
to receive annually a small num-
ber of appointeesto the U.S. Na-
val Aadem y from the American


MH received his orders to the United States Naval
of that country to ever receive such an appoint-
ters of the Commandant of the Fifteenth Naval Dis-
presented Pablo Esteban Duran orders directing him
polls, Maryland, before June 27. Accompany Di-
s Mr. and Mrs. Pablo M. Duran,

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tleat Pablo d iPU tfc
- in the Uuted 9 8 attfd-
A the MUlard Prepars ory
cool L Anlol rreon .
Even & vwy apLerac dis-
played pro-Navy feelin, for
the clsan-cf Pablo ariv for
hwi orders sporting' s Navy rew
cut. '

Talkative Lotrei

Nabbed By Police

At Balboa Courtd
Ever on sharp lookout for lolt-
erers, Canal Zorie poliot have
picked up one who had. plenty
to say but could give no sound
reason for lurking around under
the eaves of Balboa Magistrate's
The Intruder hadn't actually
tried to Interfere with justice..
But It was feared he might
speak up with a loud "guilty"
just when some hapless defend-
ant was trying to say "I'm In-
So the cops took the Idle one
Into protective custody.



iktn Baiboa Mag-
three counts of emb ement.
Courtney A. Henlin, 9, Pana-
maman, was alleged, to have
wilfully and fraudulently ap-
propriated for his owa use two
sums of $70 each another US.
currency amounting ti $150.
Bail was fixed at $MI) on each
All three charges were con-
tinued until -tomoro* morning.

Euadean Injured

In Fall Off Truck

I An cuadorean workman who
fell. from the. side of a large
trailer truck while It was load-
ing at Pier 6, Crist6bal, is in Co
16n's Amador Guerrero Hospital
suffering from lacerations of the
scalp and a posalble skull frac-
Jose E. Ford, 43, was working
as an extra laborer for the firm
Ternainales PanamA. S.A., at the
time of the accident.
The victim is married and re-
sides on 10th street, -in Col6n.
Ford fell about nine feet to the
floor of the pier and was knock-.

The unassuming young man Unlike most loiterers, this one ed unconscious.
noted that this was the climax gives every evidence of having a
f yeara-of planning and dream- good home of his own if .he Fire department rescue truckI
ag. He was struck with the idea or she could only find it. No. 24 from the Crist6bal fire
f attendita the Naval Academy There have been mutterng station sped to the pier and ren-
few years ago and since then of "stool pigeon" among prison- dered first aid.,
as directed all his efforts to- ers in Balboa Jail. But the cops
ward this ultimate goal. say: On the arrival of a doctor,
"Naw, it's only a parrot...... Ford was transferred to Guer-
In preparation for his ap- Must be somebody's pet." rero Hospital.

U.S. 'May Have Lost Control Of

Could Take

If Soviet N

Is At Big 4

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WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP)-President Eisenh6*l
said today that some value might result if his old Wdf 4
War 11 friend Soviet Maishal Georgi Zhukov atten
the Big Four conference and he gets a chance to talER1
him personally.
The President told his news conference tfht Zhulw'q*;
presence at the forthcoming top-level talk would give
Chance to talk personally with Zhukov en events a~I
1945, when they last saw each other.
And, Mr. Eisenhower said, we just might get s
value out of such a meeting.
But the President told a reporter who asked iCIV'
"would like to have Zhukov present" that he had not
sidered the suggestion.

Mr. Eisenhower said he has
not had any correspondence late- n.
ly with Zhukov, the Soviet de- p!
fense minister. Asked if he plans
any correspondence with Zhu-
kov, the President said not at 3
the moment.
Mr. Eisenhower spoki at u
length about w vulous as efof thi
t^ at^e i hfet
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The President said he
ot bele the American
Ie think* their government
to te appes;p
I an -WestNo
!. H* said the United
ft to be sautous
giti, theton It Ia..1.

tl b fbt c m uft it.V-
tualy from ndthern to -sothPorter Poine tohtsomos
But he said It must be re- S ?tatetohnFoterhDuw
membered that Austria, newly thous And perha "tooi
set P as a neutral power, is iPp ch oB
not darmeda He said he be- tlk .
leves Austria afd Switserlmd, .The ros eatd 4-lDSs4 .
another neutral, would fight 031 last aisgh hude=
valiantly It attached. West wet, "
2. He flatly rejected some crit.- Austri eaty Bo 4 oth
Iiam, in Conreas that the Pres- tors had povied tretee
ident's attendance at a Big Four o W than ever before -re
meeting with Russia was an act eg eati nas.
of appeasement. The President 4. He apeed with DuUes that
said he did not believe that for a some of the "great problem~"
minute. Ior .Bi Four discuMion will n-
Speaking personally, he said elude disarmament, German
there is no appeasement in his unification, the problem of
heart. Appeasement, to him. he' satelti doted and the pS
said, means selling the rights of trRUo. of other Ations by .o
others. ternatuonal Communism.
------------- President sild these were
the kind o problems forw
Marines Were hasO M
5cYW e eoupade h
In The Soup 5.Hat ^ da
tat ehi sAo ero en people dS
Who did they call on when ePct too much from a ha
there was an un-scouted ob ec- o government Bt. But A
tive to attack, such as a bowl of e same time, he the
Russian soup? not want to tIare the EJ2S*
Why. the United States Ma- Oft eve a tiny step
rines, of course. s peace hope
So It was a detachment from
the Marines slet Guard at Rod-
man who transited the Canal
Sunday aboard the Russian
freighter Taganrog. Not soldiers,
as earlier reported.
How did the Marines find the
black bread and Russian soup
they got for lunch on the trans-4
it? "Pretty good,'" but it didn't
exactly level off with the Rod-
man chow.
Some of the Marines scraped
up casual conversations with
English-speaking crewmen a-
mong the Russians. Other Tag-
anrog crewmen seemed taciturn.


Claims Former USAF Boss Symingtom
WASHINGTON, May 18 (UP) --itiumates of Russia's warplanesfle designed to soar t hr ou n tinise" U.' alr'strength -plan.
Fea. Stuart Symington (D Mo.)production. space at speeds up to 10,000 miles rJag.
aeelant yesterday t he United Chairman Richard B. Russell aD hour. He aold tie Senate the an-
Slates and Its allies "may have (-Qa.) of the Senate Armeud Meawaile. Army Secretary nounceiet- proves Defense See-
loit control f the air" to Russia. Services Committee also voiced Robert T. Steveaa urged a Senate etary E. Wilson weas
He demanded an immediate Sen. comeeMr over Russian plane pro. armed services subcommittee to "ead wroi in tell the public
rte investigatlm to see if Russia press. irve prompt appoWalto 1M,500. last year R a was I ldlg pri-
as wlanng the race for military He said the proposed inquiry COO for new N guded missile marly a eO slV air force.
suprmeay.. c rt ild be made by t Se nate pre- bases for thi y's air de- Asserd t Wilson has co
ff e Air Force secretary aaedas subcommittee headed fe se. ssteaWy uiperetimated Soviet

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amment of So 5'
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r reque st for (i
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critic I of s
ry plass
pw earlier thai d
rapid devel!

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T a OUR FORUM TON PMA Mit s OWN COLUMW righteous men have de I a li c a
hd sport which t I n ow r ist

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alsAsPunishment for not a.
The Mell on tIs an @ sefes um tot r e d of The Panama Ameri sean forming wth he wha mers. One
teo rsreceivedlid grSt 1M arehandled is wholly t of the most expert of these w i i Be
yes -en.eubute l.e don't he. Impe it d esn't ppeir the Hutchins, former president of te '
I ." "Uni frsity of Chicago. Three weeks

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*p .. ,.litto' "....n" gih
l o- "See the blacklist spreading inleaAe
industry merging with proposals sey, aip
LOUD AND CLEAR that American Communists should S
Sire starved to death" Dr. Hutchins a i
Old ,ee o Que and Peter Peter, th ham radio athton boys on dmoni shed an Mthen asserted
Wpond Street in Curuandu, are at it gain, all night long, till I that, though this had come to ass, tre at
eam ee Que and Peter Peter in sleep. Around ten thirty the pras was regain I
at, night they have the current oon fa blast, wake u w11 the 500 "routine.' d S ..
or mor e houn.d dogs in Curundu kes up all to premature 1 take ex- clge pre sidents soril- p
,ie. whose yapping startrsthe oldmkI and the old lady to flight- O sly. So I.spent three weekspa
ov. whose fighting chases the premature hot-rod son out on the checking the field of counter..-es..atMi t
prematurely gray characters to eyeing the shotgun in the corner, corking of the leakage of vital a th a
wondering if we could get awa.y with it. e crets in our defense factories. I the-
Those ham stations have so much power on at night that it I found that noone advocated the 0 rI,
S The least they could do i. to build a sound proof booth out here [N evidence o rove analy o oGt e t n
of acoustic tile, or common Cellotex, to do their yappin in. where that s vepra thouand Pa 's "a Nw mo i
qOueu dehav ;goPiWrdoUon th e: -".
S Shotgun arley k own subversives are wor king f A ave lod .s pl tni a
in national defense plants. cona wBk e W ou e isx e reered to
hedt t rSANTA CL A found that a Com munist could Si r, Is c .a- "'
T Ceaeh tot brt, a e tired. even from a defen se arke w hew yla"o h es a
This is to tell misinformed d rents ethat we, the teenagers of l actor; if be had no access to roa yVeW .t. )t .. t
t| e Canal Zone, feel we are su ring the pain of a great injus- 4 cret work anad did n otapplytk ef al i f. th Tit r IoM a a
tice. For more than a month we have been belittled and slander- t ioinsecr t t cs departments, liesaid.tbatIt.-e t INad
ed for more acts than were actually committed at Santa Clara. la t th O one n ky a lir oa raft rm lea a o t it a mw
SDome of our parents have been misled by a few unjust let- omOl1n Ipl eg 0,000 wo orke, h I T LN e" ON a the Calfo-mla Jura's
trwritten by a few grownups who have forgotten what t isofie fom classifdit llpaNbad s beene w on dte a c h asco r

Earlier in the week Govero pllmy minio s waor
We regretfully admit that at times a few of us were unneces- y th slike the di l d o eo n o
mtrily loud and rude, but where else and when can a group of us n IA clearance a, man who th glum, tght ped Sherm s

et ,--to eov ery ead ,ove w, vAe al as parens the man ehe srnll ne Those whio mMn with te of Phil.
ettogether9had-developed a vital let enginemthe a
Most of the accusation brought against us were t greatly xfag- n as rohibe ens e a the e mA La
and wANTA PrhARA f_ '. tfY' m th omu s d id A me ms u nm ,o tm.. &u _-
gerated. If these exaggerations were true, we would tm be his on secret i i Intra mon Adams looks dw his from Atantic City, Cam N .
ashamed to admit we were a part of the group at Santa Clara. tion. iat on e was straight "enealdo e enses. FHA o m a mpe who don Ang-b ent a a1 ao
However. we are happy tosay we were there, and that we think out L W ie F rm come from Now Eoe ndo readnt, (ado.n wt Al oar ,
ths ear wi as mild compared to previous years. I found a Bell Aircraft work: et K night was no Adams bsines: manager of Philade
All through the school year, except for school functions, there iBuffalo who is being denied By by E pr cted aos i f the Governor, who Is eha' Central Labor Union Coun

,HWe~ regrt fyad twr un ee ane eau ounds enhe ws--k t d a great d s toytl wriesr gdor eree inA e e ad wl
is nothing for us to do on weekends except go to viesan learaae beBause he iwas aceu arI great story teller, wene a poft c El;Joe MDonoughca President of
S round the cubus f membershpin a Totsie aa a w f .... the Pe.n 'ylva ia e Feder.

a oWb ue' --t to.ether 'tA IU IfoE nt -,le. a _li _,.ve '. .... .... Io. Laor .ad r te aoe as d p bm
Ve go to Santa Clara during the Easter vacation for a ton and was once convicted of nCalfe oraltln a Ea Labr
change from the boring, Everyday grind on the Zone. e FoVMMin in the inde. At th is WASINGTON (NEA) ,,- T south ern Missouri to the Atlantic Since 1, FRA has le nt aboutIar
We ask the parent -- can they honestly blame us for we nt- rfotig, th at case is bn fought most i ortant background fact Coast, taking southern and we 75 million dO ars to some "Where did ou study law Cu t ata B ofr
Ing to spend one week out of the year InWeanta Clara? Ly the CIO Auto Workers Union. on Presadent Eisenhower's latest ern North Csarolina and northern small farmers for equipment, live. Adams asked._ ,,- dlt a.T
We think parents ought to aide with teenagers, instead of But I also found what seemed torequest to Congress for aid to low. Florida. sock, ed and operating expenses "At Stan r ., r es mo p
fighting every move we wake, After all, as parents they should me to be a sincere and decentincome farmers is where they are One fourth of the farmers in Two -thirds of this has been paid. "W2o the T asdd otel 3dal6t hes
ave more confidence in their children. tfort (n the part of the Defense and what's wrong. these areas are nonwhite. The v. So far this year. iA has lent t At ihe lL.O Wo la 'er Lae .a
haven morercon oidnc theherhilre.Oe
Fed-up Department's Industrial Security The Pressaent's special mes-, rage education is less than sev- 126 million dollars to 65,000 farm. Gradually the virofr of:C worked and' Hatry P he
Divislo' to be fair and to re spect sage gave only the round total that en years and only one out of ten ers for operating ex peses. MA ioria appeared to W more Angeles Ceta
civil liberties in the pursuit of an one-fourth of America's farm fam- is a high school graduate. h dro by a min and the ceptabl to the e- o* 2 of Nc
inevitable duty-the protection of lesh ave cash incomes of less The average farm in these prob- Fond ra tu 60 small farmers Hampshire who 1i-t
CA A ZONtoS nE EMPLOYEre z er v n our seneets. than $10gi0 year. A special stud lem areas is only 40 acres, co for land urchase.Approximately White ou NOTE 1Governor lso
I M A ONE ML O E S The 'blacklist" to which Dr. submitted by Secretary of Agrke u pared to the 120 average elsewhere 5,000 gmal farmers are now us. How did you get such a bihed an interest meeg with
D ro t oHutchins undoubtedly sfers mis the tur E.a T Taft Benson spelled this rt he nation. Only one farm in ng government credit supplied by mjor ity when you ran in C labor leaders ip battle and will
N e RS e OF THE ARMED FOR ES Central Index File originally be out in more specific terms., three has a tractor. Eighty per t-e agency. l trnia?" Adams asked. Lold another In Chicag in about
gun by the Dept. of We Uni. The figures are taken from thc rent of the sharecropppers are Ia Today the total number of farms I got th,.".., ndorap of e a month. ,
In it are all pUro ven d versives. 10 census of agriculture and M are these m areas has drio pd by a million andt he bor," and to H
IA re iis..oa ns nm e te already five years-out of date. But Nine-tenths of the farms In these propO o of s mall how .- .Incoe he the top I' rs not -Ve,
e r ie Uae N an Arm y- F orce they show that out of the country's lo wn mas ,ears have.M sa es of farms is down. to a fourth. l a
Soth0an01s e eurity o dr, the In. 5,37,000 farm famis 1f51 000 o-is ta h. seo a year and th d Parto ed mo theof h is delie r m
1 trial E tloe aon t Review P ave csh ein ome of es s t h han average va lu of land and build. a rndehmnt d Ut no s enia faromeos ..
Sierd, t i aste al and $0.nmis less than $000. and migration of farm worikr to r
Ih n, eIltNra trial Sepurfit oard. most a teconc entrated in th cep in the Missisip or delta the cities e. ext Ie od toi "t
Aii en to lbp ts
Sis a n-e eelBsnd aen new beards reatee a et-le fit ethe s0tae0 U. s couh- and the Piedmont coastal plains Gonu Tg y thetl obor et farm s t a m th eet
by a s regulation ssuedn Feb ties It aer more thamalf e t teand is easily, eroded Ano their factortht mflust be con ce goin ae regarding rm
ATOMIC SCI ENCE 2, I IM b y the Deph toDefense.d famn are dependenut- tile in- sad poor.. sidered in th chln is that hi r a
AT| -.MI.SI NI recommend to Dr. Hutchine come from a s, poor fars. County agents, farm research, value of the dollar is w hl e Ad in etasf hr5lda
the resling of this regulation. This na e first appoah a cnservation modern farming me. what it wasAdamsf Vit
h h W r AL F HeWi lfd on P lsae Four that re matter in these areas: iods and farm credit have not One new situation that has de ichard Nixon, another Califort-
il I IWthe office of "Industriale Personne Casade and RockyMon- reached here. Teloped in tee past 5 ,y.ars isjan, might havL had a fit.
[ u s [ Review, is abled om mlry Itain aras of wes Wasngton, [ This ot course, no new prob-ihat he _number of parttime far..
STOMIC a DVELOrM .T o civilian Vp control. regn' and Montana. lem. From the days of the de-I aers and city workers who merely -C TO SCN ITZLES
'UTU FnD C._ II Dr. Hatchins abould be gratified The mountainous, Indian coun-' pression through World War II, the live in the country, but don't tr to .,.e with B
M A FU ND .. -'- I0o know Mthat the director of this try of northwest New Mexieo. au d Resettlement and Farm Se farm, has risen from a million to t Knight had dinner, with BL I
i ewdivioni Bet Kappa Cutor~~s Phi i tberland of northerncurity Admistratons tackled it.nsver a million And ahalf. hitzler, secreary.-teasurer o
to deslped to provide wI-an with a degree from Harvard Michigan and Minnesota. When they were damned out of In addition to supplying a3 m. the American Federation of Laboi

mfiteand Washn n T fas, o f o urse no ncew a pro- Tatte saecmetarytresuret of
S. edIpv l estme Law School. s Jerome Feton, The Appalaian reas of Penn.existene as "red," FRA Farmlien dollar a more cedit, more vo.lthe No. manto President Georg
a manai v formerly vice-president in chargeylvanla. West Virginia, Virginia, Home Adamistration took over. rational education and more -exMeany. e also breakfasted
SIna variety of of industrial relations for Pan- Kentucky, Tennessee and the hill During the past 20 years the tension services to all low in Jim McDevitt, head of the AF1
c An r .. .IAmerican World Airways, a fine country of southern Ohio, Indiana three agencies ave lent over 50,. come farmers the Eisenhower pro. Labor League for Political Rights.
Companies partlelpating line, indeed, with a good labor ad Ills. 000 million dollars to help 00,00 gram calls for exploring the possid Ad ne drove to Philadelphia .In
in activities 11itl I |lreeord. Then broal the entire south- small farmers buy or lmproveI ties of -ndint more em the car .of Jim S uffridge, secre-
S"e. If Dr Hutchins reads the dl. eastern United States, stretching family iead arms. About half meant fcr them off the farm otary of the etail Clerks. Fina i
from Atomie Selmnee rective he w find that the s from eastar Oklahoma, Texas andi has been repa.i. rai their standard of living. he had an hou 's conference wit
al boards which dece wheth er o vaveBeek, i ead t the Teams e
or not a man shall be permitted unon, in the latteI shiny newi
UNLIMITED LONG TERM tb work in a secret department of office li the tamstrs gleami
CAPITAL GAINS some fatory are told blun l that marble TO Mabat built right u-
"l gtimate labor activities are der the nose of Congress.
Get the facts and free prospectus not to be d against any worker. The Wa gton lun
It will also be found that Wtheinight was at ed b bout
SCALL accused m ust be told at the open. twenty of the top AFL ras, M
AGENCY DICK DENLINOER I of all harIngs tdhat: 4 -- din Dick Grey, Scott Milne L
.You hive the right to F A MEK psychlairist -at a convention of make his Broadway debut in the Lead of the Eleectrical Workers,
No. 43 Automobhile Row be represented by a lawyer or oth- mental healers) who was per- Cty Cnter production of Fin. e e eu
Panama represebtative and to present dreamed of t one It raced atrbed to learn (for herself) that an R bo W ing Services (janitors, elevator and other evidence in and danced through ny young be- the chap seated next to her was He ,aaeed in Geor W.hite's operators); Ver.on Housewr.ght, Fil rS? wee i r \elr s
i ,ur behalf. .A c py of ths ing like a strange holy draught. a sne pitcher. im "'a adals" and 'arl Car. head of the Reta Clerks; Jim expected to be named W t
Answer t Previous Pude irUsipt, li exhMt, will k Each mornogheld it fresh, and Perturbed first time (and ioll's 11e "Sketch Book." Siuffridg. also, of the Retail erm a nt ambasd to
9 [rniahed ouj or your representa- each still nh breath it. each angry about the fourth) she was ----- lrks Jim Brownlow and Bob the United Stat. He a been
rig ,wr |Ue without cost if you request corner nid it. and eac new face 'hout tOO give the pincher a piece Time may drama critile 'on-ridda, both of the Metal Trades, serving as Chef of the West
i". ...'smiled it. of her miniw hem she changed it, enberge.' (m his new book do --BMt Sweensi of the West Coast German Diplomatic Mission at
Ti he bardo n under wuershto 'Why get angr?" she mused,, .or leagues. with unthi" ,td Te5Ustdr'5, ll Griffeon of the
6, So ask "h rpoo concerned whet like a je-Ael it rested on my "After al t' pro Im" and more of our serious M Disla.. D so o Team- W
i qvide So er betesaresm additional evldencelshoulders, dimming with its aremofnghtu a tight, gnomelike
-Mtp to em. atat brier. brightnesss the creepin shadow. Ankles Awbeeeee tle r f the pedagou, SDGar IIANC S By
iBO mowN [.h h"n board in trying a pect Fame-that golden manner that orthe aghtastnautical nlghtrng s endless ill-natured o. I AI y C lr
i-s alr ,. rp--_ lis bound' "to take Into coaidera- glows like an oriflamme in youth's Ever' seen mversis i print, confusing pair.
I --Ion the fat that thpers cn- gay garden. Be sure to see Betty and Jan lam ith integrity, using every
-- ,mr-_y) corned, ma. have nm. andl That olds in its britfolds the' Raising Kean. eitical article as the bass for
c f .r.v p i enes by the aon- jure of strarage adventure the ex --Else Rhodes another. As a result, criticism -, (, I
i Idic i, sure to him of l ea. ..lted :ry of crowds, d a love -- very msguidedly denies literature
.ran .._tee .rmation. Ac it will that endures [Item: "'The lIe span of a U.S any seoe of allure." I r
S:l islands l.Pera.. 3 Clothiag Iweg. ac c item ga try in Fame that dies by the unlovely Dollar is aut to 12 months
6 Be t (comb4 Vehicles _maker ormata carefully in t oh halnd of life', realities, and leaves before it s replaced by a new The cand& trophy, however, I
Item) 5Tmut ratemn Iits recency and relative aerious r emptiness like a deep, dark one." goes to the Cleveland Plain Deal
I Y aye 6 volcano in 40 Commaends ness, the anmomtt and quality of well, oergrown b. the weeds or Not Ir This Pockett her's W. Ward Marsh, film critle, -
I Caselverous Slelly3 Shovl [supporting evidence, the attendant bitterness and diszlusionment. I who e~pfessed: "We were a ae.
I N amivor Siclr 423o v Iircumstaners whether the Item -Mary Boland Emily Pou In the Daily ') (i ,astauds in the field of.criticism, L,,,'.

....... tactiv S~llarde) ....had a opportlty to by Misi Boland (one of America's .,ny kind, such as earrings, to the growled, and we are l1 .Id

to hit burning assistant 47 Man's name n t --- .. finest actresses and comediennes) funeral of a brother-in-law, or a) e pra w hated when We daZm. \ .
4 11 AAncent Orak Raced 48 Mi ITurner th'.rm" the Defense Dept v'ben she wsa 16 and in the chorus iuch near relative. Also, bow
0c01t1y 3mofoastes 4Shr....ed that Wolens thes isniarma ut a small-tnme musical show. "I about maktT" This season has been quite a
-. .I ,n a s.
193RWD lHotub MLabeauts 8Pedal dOg nto the ntrary, I will assume c ot accunt for i? pessimismm,, n "swr: g.jAll inconspicuoua Ui6th on B"oadway. A lotta Tur
dpaamL ull orN p" uitI h -
Is Et bib'I.that a' contractorss and their em- the memos. "nor for the strange. earrings ricularly on one who km are curving up critics. 1

without 'a fair h g IairT S V-- d'ont Gdigag|ie; ties to laur troubles? Write them
It I r. t pr o S Some Broadway producers, who -- %ad ,wn on a piece of Ipe.n -. 'l
wham awa .But[it m to can msul shwyou the scars from News' Wte: "Psyehologidt daimas Bad them over a few Om =md ,.
Ie hay u I v c riti reor cJean Nathan's opin.- ,o sauce t~ as Lonve At Inre mea low ilq they look. .th t 3
iiiLsai*r I Tas I I I i pms re chattli in y'N'1rlh'" i u pItt the .Aupapernod throw -.A ,"
i-h's iout e ir. Nathan talking his hon -.tass -. wr _r b away. Vohar \
eymoi in the Caribbean. l *;
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"Do you think." wered an- viewed. M sAI"hke MO, he-k*Soe
lo stay' -DogOnLce
Ite1mn "oRusn ive wThe Will of I as o a aeen t e ..
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the "%iAnd doer law and r
tranquUtty to the forest.
The 'La, passed' Lat year,
prohted o from running
loose Ia the Weeds during the
deer farming season. But .t
the azme time, came loud
protests frto the woodlands 't
made coon and fox huntnvg
"f this law ay n
PIf this _w stag ys In eec.,

beauty pageltt Whltoh is attend- said Rep. P. nernanadez peak-
ed by beatl ta girls from all Ing for suspension of the law,
over the Wy.a" r* t "it will coat the Department ^of
This is the fourth year the Wild Life and Flsheries a lot
contest is b ied m the Re- of mondy to enforce It. And It
public of PAaia. The first may cost them a few game
year's winner p"a ilzebir Ma- wardens.''
lek -of the -PrNy1Or of Coce-.
the ext year a Arosemena
waa Miss PanI ma, while last Scout News
year's winner w &iana Torre.
LllIana Torrer-i.e Mrs. Gut-
lter eso Suht l I member, and Fly. Ceremony at Marjarita
Is, at present Uvting In Gua- A y-Up ceremony for Brow-
temala. nies and a Court of Awards for
the Oirl clouts will be held on
Friday at 7 p.m. at the Marga-
rita Scout Shack.
SThe program will take place
in the Girl Scout Shack and re-
freshinents will be served by
troop committee n embers in the
Boy Scout ahack.
Handicrafts will be displayed.
All parents are cordially Invited.

demand -of your Wtch *e
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NAVY RELIEF DRIVE UNDERWAY:-Top left: little Lorretta Jones makes her donation to Mrs. J. D. Garrett at the
Cominlssary at Corozal. Lower left: Jerry Dare and Dixie Humes, students at Balboa H. 8. discuss the many prizes
with Mrs. D. W. Floyd at the booth in front of the Ancon Post Office. Top right: Mrs. W. D. Tucker, center, receives
donations from Mrs. L. E. Clow and J. C. Hearn, Jr. in front of the Balboa Post Office. The new 1955 Chevrolet, grand
prize, is in the background. Lower right: Mrs. W. D. Tucker, presided, of the Navy Officer's Wives Club accepts
thq first donation of the drive from the Commanding Offi cer of The U. S. Naval Station at Rodman, Capt. W. D.
Tucker. Each donation of $1 is a chance on the seventeen valuable prizes. Only ten thousand donations will be


Most opera singers wquld be
caught dead .or. worse, off key) be
lore they a ood word to say
a mus. Not Sala,"
,I be-'k!

I sing popular stuff for my con-
cert eniXosi" he says. (He even
pings 'Bibbidi Bobbbidi Boo,'
aud coming out of basso, that's like
Lily Pons singing "Dance With Mc
Ilenry."-) 'I think that 95 per cent
oi concert audiences like it. Soe, a
encore time it's about time I sing
s for the 95 per cent."
As' fot 'biself: "I sing what I
like it's aid music."

Hil latest record has "Bibbidi
obidl Boo" and "Old and "Old Man Riv
cr" paild in among the arias and
Italian songs, The 95 per cent lovI
Piper Laurie's grandmother
(wbo admits to beiklg 29) (bt is
elder) st!.ry began disappear-
ing from I home in the after-
noons-- esarying an accerdio.
At 2 (plum) she'd mastered the
ttgideate Instrument. She played
'Ddat to Me Only With Thine
Ieyes." pw says i was wow.
deuul moment.

Pau fl- de'tinds humor In the
little tlungs an life such as a
woman being eaten by a lion .
a mjm blI, pushed off a tall
buildlK His very special brand
of comedy as something (a) he
can't help and (b) h. thinks Is
good for hip ceker.

Jack Benny (CBS-Radio): With
a nose like Bob Hope's, a girl can
set kissed and have her ears
pierced at the same time.
As a child in Mount Vernon. 0.,
Paul says hu friends all seemed to
be am.sed by macabre events
And so it was natural for him when
Jie went on to college at North-
western. to dream up macabre
romedg. routines for the college,
shows. He's still using some (*
tabs today.
(lad, atsly, Nw tera Is
gettip lo be qte a ta!-t de-
ele a l sct Vi- Lyame

Pai's most d apous Note be
caBs simply "Aria," .He used it
Sthe stage and mvie versions of
ew faces." He comes out, all
ndaged, tn ten about his trip t
a and all the lorftusly ry,
as *hat ocw-L If you
., 'mor sfd ery, O" s i oN
i. "'

Bseaalon Pauld Lynde

it's supposed to be funny. Once
an Egyptian delegate saw my
Act Iju cafe" Up I&e.'Wda'um. ag
didn't get i at all. He was very
angry 'Why do you say we
Nue?' he asked. 'Why not toe
Seme? mn Ar'ca?"

But te stid does the same rou
',ves. iAnd hL uiunnicSLs I oOuui ur
a comedian to be typed. He says
U he aoes nib at. uWImout "UEincd,'
people will complain. They've
seen it bezoe- ebuL tney want to
xte it again.
It doesn't lend itself to regular
TV though. There'd be no Pau,,
Lynae aaow. if be can uelp It.
*i m 28 he says. "1 don't want to
be imnisec wnen I'm a1."

'Damn Yankees" is a gay, light-
herted ~usicaL. Broadway's new-
ut uhit has ay Waison and
Gwen Verden as the Devil and
his sery helper, with stepuen oug.
.ans an4 Jimmie Komack outstand
iag as bal- players 'lo a Douger
ifan, it seems odd to w waste so
n.uch talent on the American
League. but that's a minor objec-
tion. 'IT'ie show wil appeal to Dog-
er fans, too.
One major Objection compos
tra Jerry Ross aid Dick Adler
have tried a little too obviously to
repeat their sutces with 'Paj;
na'Gan.e." Many of the sungs anJ
situations are repetitive. Twice s.
UK, but let's think up something
new for nert time. However
I-[ana Yankees' is a solid hit
10 right center.
Dick s QmeHe: A hula dance,
sh defined by Steve Allea: '"Bar-
vest one crp of grass and place
it on the right ap. Then har-
vet athe p and place-It an
w left hip. lMe rotate toe

a. lie Am bt is.
i., beei soM b can. b a -- --
,si. bim a ,. aeO OWL at SanI. Tfp a.
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Nearly half of the passengers
sailing Saturday on the north-
bound trip of the Panama liner
Panama are children of school
age or under, according to the
advance passenger list which
shows 168 passengers booked for
New York and one for HaitiU.
This will be the second north-
bound trip of the Panama pince
it returned to regular pasaen-
ger service. The passenger 0or
Port-au-Prince is Miss Alice
Ackerman. .
T ellhmp1if;wUR' dor pape-
gers for New York follows:
Mr. and Mrs. William 8. Ache-
son and son, Mr. and Mrs. Old-
ney F. Adams and live children,
Mrs. Deymaria. P. de Arrocha,
Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Barca,
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Bartlett
Rnd 2 children, Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Bowen and 3 children.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Comp-
ton Pnd 3 children, Mr. and Mrs.
Ralnh Curies. Mr. and Mrs. Her-
shell W. Dempsev and 3 chil-
dren. Mr. and Mrs. J ames 0.
DesLondes and 2 children, Mr.
Pnd Mrs. Joseoh F. Dolan and 4
children. and Mr. and Mrs. Rob-
ert I.. Fdward.q and daughter.
Miss Elena Foote. Miss Flor-
pnce M. Ford, Elmer A. Gelss.
Mr. and Mrs. Lisle E. Gorham
and son. Mr. and Mrs. Asher L.
rfraham. Mr. and Mrs. ChristtIn
Oundpersen and q children, Mr
and Mrs. Rover E% Homor an(
son. Mt. and- Mrs. William FT
Hele and 3 Children. Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Hildebrand.
Mrs. Marparet M. Jpnsxen ad
2 children. Earl U. Jnhnson. Mr.
and Mrs. Albert J. Joyce. Dun-1
can 1nlrd. and Mr. and Mrs
Pred W. Lawrence and daugh-
Mr. and Mrs. William T. Mal-
lorv. Sr. and 2 children. The Rnv
and Mrs. Frank R. Milton. and 2

ie Sailings
children, Julian Morgan, Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Mounts and 2
children, Mr. and Mrs. Henry S.
Murphey, Maurice B. Nickel, Mr.
and Mrs. Howard C. Pritham
and 5 children, Mr. and Mrs.
Leigh C. Paulson and 4 children.
Mr. and Mrs. Alvin A. Rankin
and 4 children, Mr. and Mrs. Jo-
seph J. Riley and 2 children,
Herbert W. Rose, Mr. and Mrs.
Jack Saltzman and son, Aloys
C. Sandusky, Mrs. Ivy V. Sewell.
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh B. Smith and
2 children, Mr. arit tirs. Morris
B. Smouse, Mrs. Ellsa Swainson,
and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Szlvos
and 2 children.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard T. Tet-
tenburn. Mr. and Mrs. George
H. Thomas and 2 children, Mr.
and Mrs. John Van Der Heyden
and daughter, Mrs. Dora E. de
Veraklan and 2 children. Eliza-
beth Walsh. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas A. Warnell and 3 chil-
dren, Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph E.
Waugh and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. Francis W, Werlein and 2
children, Mr. and Mrs. Harry F.
Wlllenbrock and daughter, and
Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Woznlak
and daughter.

Fine Furniture made of
Daridn Mahogany,. NOW at
amazing low prices.
Bedroom. Dining Room and
Ltvnjr Boom Sets.
Products de Madera, S. A.
nu~aed by Roberto Cowc .
is Central Avenue
Between Kodak Bldx. and
ifth Ave. Store
Phone 2-30



cheer when they see David
Auxier at the University of
Kentucky at Lexington, even
when he's not riding his uni-
cycle. That's because he's a
cheerleader at the school. The
unicycle he rides from class to
class he made while stationed
in Frankfurt, Germany. Stu-
dent at right seems puzzled
by it alL




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RA.LEIGH, N.C.. May 18-(UP) I "Dry firing" is clicking the fir
A young .nthropoiogy scholar. lIg mechanism against emp t y
hbo w s qul'ed as saying his tat. (lambers of a pistol. One chain.
t pistol went off and k led a her of Kluckohn's p istol appa
- wnan while he was 'dry firingrenty held a bullet Friday.
I was bound over on a first de I Creel laid lie asked Kluckbohn
gree murder charge today. 'or the pistol and that he corn
'ir.ed agreeably, showing b I m
Richard Kluckhohn. pudgy 21 were 'i lay disasembled in his
}earold son of parents who ar,. biltcasf
noth univeri-iv professors, told re-
lrters after his hearing that he Another of icer reassembled the
dlan't rPalize he had killed some. gun, a nickel plated German Lu
tee until "some time later." r with a jong target barely.
Before Judge Doubmade his rul
"It was tn.gic, but it was an I.g Howvard Manning attorney for
accident.' Kluckhohn said. the brilliant young University of
Kluckhohn was charged with the L.hicago graduate and advance
murder of Miss Bernice Seawel. :'udent.'argtied there was insult.
4J-year-old government worker. ficient evilnce for a murder
charge The attorney earlier call.
She vas siled instantly Friday ed such a .narge ridiculous and
while standing in a parking lot a bsid it Nas gust an accident cause.
eros tl:e street from the Sir Wal- cd by an "'unloaded gun."
ftr Hotel where ypung Kluckhohn As he left the hbarig on his
had a room way to jail Kluckhohn toid report-
ers his 'et was accidental and "- testified at today's wasn't cognizant of it until some
bearing that the woman never tUme later
knew what struck her.
City Judge Albert Doub order The parents of the accused man
A&)Klockhohn bound over to the'Dr. Clyde Kluckhohn and Dr.
Wake County superior grand jury FLorence Klackhohn. a team of
Softer officers testified Kluckhohn tnthroprology experts on the staff
sad admitted firing his fancy Lu. of Harvard University. sat witn
r.r marksman's pistol from his the 257 pounl defendant. Al s o
hotel room window. fere w.s hi, fiancee, Ellen Wal
i .ion. 21. of Chicago.
';The admission he had pointed .Manninga aid he would not de
Aie pistol ann discharged it, Judge tide immditely whether to sek
"oub said. was sufficient "e v I- bond for Kluckhohn. The Hake
-nce to warrant binding him o Country grand jury is not in se-
,er." s:on and there was no indication
o vhen the cape will be presented
to Judge Dob ordered Kluckhohn. to it.
.ho did not take the stand per The de(enae presented no evi
Wjoaly. held without bond. d nce nt the hearing although
Mannir.n. questioned witnesses
" Policeman Graham Creel of closely
UWarbv Chapel Hill. who arrested
.ruckhchn in that city after he
3ad checked out of the Raleigh
:ntel, %aid Kluckhohn admitted to
l friend in the officer's presence
iat he 'had taken the gun down
I nd was dry firing it when it went

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*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ...................... ...M... ay1..
8.8. "L. R. CARL" ...............................May XX
S.S. "LEMPA ..................... ..............May X5
*S.S. "YAQUE" ..................................May U
*S.S. "MOIAZAN" .............................. ne 4
*S.S. "HIBUERAS" ................................June 11
*S.S. "YAQUE" ...................................June 18
'Handing Refrigerated ChMed Mad General Cargo
New York Service Arrives
S.S. "MABELLA" ..................................May St
8.S. "FRA BERLANGA" ........................l'ay m
S.S. "MATAURA" ...........'...................May 6
S.S. "ESPARTA.." ...........................: May Mo
8.S. "SAN 3JOSE" ......................................e. ...Juno 6
S.S. "CHOLUTECA" .......... .................... ne
8.S. "MIETAPAN" .............................. .JUne 13

Weekly sailings of twelve passenger ships to New
York, New Orleans, Los Angeles, San Francisco
and Seattle.
Special round trip fares from Cristobal to New
York, Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.
Te New York ......................$240.00
To Los Angeles and San Francisco .... $270.00
To Seattle ........................$365.00




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Out the world twa
3d tourism to tbes,

Uh!!y Al MEr.

Th gibats of the Duplioate
BdZ games played .Mtdb 6ia
5st te t rivo'l Gt m
W Ot- t. .ri. H. W.
with t. E. Brady; second mn.
FoU* with Col. C. W, otm.
t lh R. Bsoon with Dr. ft.

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St~its In New frbteobetl
wowV the- bteae.
ml 1B 6 t

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,.5 Army sttimon-

ada IOW ii5.S st va wRe it uas
beob *uwa-nd will take pl~w in July.'
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NAZOt~t oRPKIA 531115.

Orehestrwau the retdelon of rdlg Aiu

^^T&V** rto. tM c.rt o of, i, a
for B~~iiEf~^ o o *MeBbe obfctalmd

Tel^ Natftlli Co ncer, ter Jaket or whItboett is

;.ftR eatr

.vo'$ leavS. soon, Mir. uAd Mrs. Ms
Aaii I^4.'^ nuel Cahforn tende$* .adur
aI nt apal atl stev eninga
Bg a. ybol Pati.
?na t wfora o
a. so a ts evenig.atM
the I ernor's House honoring ede Buchon And Dome
the American Ambaflador a n d Mostesses Tq Cqruadi Curd p
Mrs. kids Chaps. The CurunduWoman's Iu
""***''**,**" cutaw ip a~t remtly t th
-- ~ Com Buf1' ding Osteski
ubasuider-A d Mnrs. Vale were Mrs. (Carolyn Ann Buehon
Hoper br. MAndMrs. ad- 'Mrs. Edrias Jons. MembN
Caveat, attended were t5p-)teadamem: es.
FnlrAsbaapadot. NAd Mt.. lida A. Bembemt, Diana Bright,
I ionei Vaso tendered a dinner ataaDiaz Grandos, Dana Hine-
Embassy Residetee on La Ore l ;y, Bea Lombroa Etta to Homa,
to Monday evenlog 1 bonqr of MaJ. 1k Icoltro ir, r Whius>Lor-
pi. AM MIV. JUan' .diauvaggio, rime Zent. ihrt entzL Anna.
who e t -levtg soB on-a trip b1l LeLap, C-r- n Au tucon,
10 a vw x *^." lia -T b a a t AUjce1 1 urgook. .Aori Fall OVI
pren E dhri3MtLuia Decatrel, Marie locke. yMe:tEn. dri
Ambass*tr'f al;l Mr.r Deli neAonmes, Beatris i. Lillian Still
Desatrel -r- Glbert Maunler man, Mary 1 m Dalsy G.
SecMrthtry :t tFrenchh mbas.- Torbert.-Luce A. sylor, and
* Mr Mer-eedes Malir, Mrs. Grace Cober.t
rJoan Citl, Yr. *and Mr. .epA -To
ru Pa s Hemte. Wafehs Cotfft p"b To
matf.; D*e,' A* Brase
ma. 1tle WMug aWilnon dub
MwJ rter p 1UO111 will have an in oral dance on
arOMn=C- ame Saturday. May 21, at I:3*-p.m. at
After a*a vMe station ia Via the Braos Break Country Club.
1 iMrs IDoa4i has re- Music will be furnished by the
toref T-> Vi- Royal SultNa.
trf. was iWrti F -aa o the -g
rae sf119 fli of AlA, Arfolas
Piris. ef Aas BoMUl red
auailupatom Party.Preview
Ambeabrf 4t0 WMe A cehaanase party in honor of
Cor At DIb.Ms. SxCellncy, Prersidnt ofa the
inhaa. qf Brzi Ambk $epub7i of Panama Ricardo A.
do *'dP hMoare rits, L waE givPnama l .veneirg
do t5&o Pa{,who ore st Hoad El Panama by Genealf
do 'r d

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We Int Apanish Course for Englis spedi-
p M 46 JBne 30, on Monday, Tuesday,
WO C2 and Thursday. --*
MUITASTY (asl Spanish);: From 8:30 to t:30 a.m.
A1A0D: pFrom 9:30S tso10.30 axj. tipecba attention.
dedlcamed to good speech, compoltlon and
*:. transletion)r. .'
Sam mt e srtary's Offlee (main build-
rflr ItslS aV* umm4 to a p.. Wqt
sMVW for edfL.

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a O mtt fewI atEluNl teo iS
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e5353e Ianbe e aceptd by 5le.
=0 OMtbewfte b e
Cristobal Star Club
The Critoba l Star Club is spon-
asoring a Card party to be held on
Thursday, May &, at 7:30 p.m.
Refreshments and table prizes
are offered
The public is invited.
Gat. Usdo. Church
The Wohusn's Auxiliary of
Gatun Union Church will hold a
rummage sale on May the teen
ty sixth. Any rumnmae will bq
greatly appreciated. ease phone

am-U aLine
Panama Line


A total of 32 ps wne aork
booked to sail from New York
Thursday aboard the Anc of
the Panama Line for Cristobal.
Twea nty-five paengers -are

W. 'And. urn. -Aos : A^~Lc
and two children: Mrs. Cart-W.
Cetti, J. Rodney Ely; Alfrd
Frapk: Mrs. LaUIe A. pFried-
manu Mis Florence Gale: Ale-
Jandro Oastelu; Miss Yvette
Greene; J. B. Hopson: Mi.
Belle Israel; Miss Rae Kahane;
Mis Miriam &. Handle; Andrew
Kmr; Mr. and Mrs Willam K.
MoCue; and Mr.. Ethel a. Mc-
Mrs. Frederick H. Rice; Mrs
Bella oales; Mr. and Ms.
Spencer B. Smith; Mrs. Harry
W. Taylor; Mrs. Oladys A.
Thompson; Mis Maud Towart;
Mr. and Mrs. Preston V. Trim;
Mrs. Ofvls'Augusta Winstead;
Mr. Maurice B. Winteat and 2

-rim*v AMws6unnm
mojo .0 d 0* to
preset his fa ftr a general
agpeepagt:ont. m1rus. Some
urcw belig jaw United
Sta and IRoh mi nht
Sad ludemub ucep teW. as a
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Wit. aa-neq are ins Ear. er
Ei Day piea. -

Looking forward to Unaiial Lamb etmbs
S weekend witite-utdoor (YIeld: 4 servings)
.Vokngf .Then take, ldodS tlbixag
a2tt1n from our crowd. we'L Two pounds shoulder lamb
found it one of the bet -and very chops, I mefum bn ias, quartered,
simple I can iced pineapple (9 ounces,)
..6. -ounce can broiled mushroom
Steak Sandwlcbs crowns, 4 cup salad oil, 2 table-
spoons vinegar, 1 teaspoon salt, 4
Two pounds round steak, V tea- teaspoon pepper, 2 teaspoons kitch.
spoon onion salt, % teaspooA. garlic en bouquet.
aJt 2 tablespoons kthq nbodqoet, eHave butcher cut chops about 1
8 pcnic buns. inch thick. Cut meat a b v-inch
Rave butcher cut sfeak about cubes, discarding bone. Place lamo
'%-inch thick trim to sandwlch size cibes in a mixing bowl. Add on!.
and cube as for minute aMi Or, I.n pineapple out into 16 wedges,
if preferred, buy re -wto.ok and drained mushroom crowns,
nisbute oteaks. Stir onion salt and saving mushroom broth for use
garlic salt Into kitchen boeuet. ir. soup or gravy. Combine oil,
Brush steaks all over with this vinegar, salt and pepper and pour
mixture e oer miat. Toss hghly to coat all
Place steaks o- grill about 3 ingredients thoroughly.
luchts from moderate heat. and let Cover and let stand in cold place
broil about 3 to 5 minutes. Turn ! and broil about 3 to 4 minutes tcrnatinl! pieces of meat, onion,
longer, or to desired donetess. pi'eappple and mushrooms on 4
Place in heated buns and serve long skewers, or 8 short ones.
uimmedlately. Accompany with cole I ghtly brush the lamnb cubes with
slaw. Lht bouquet. Plact on grill about 4
Inches from moderate heat. Broil
Lamb kebobs sake wonderful about 8 to 10 minutes on each ofi
outdoor and indoor eating, too. 4 sides. Serve immediately.


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prUtty tei. $t Ispmed by over* acid Iny stomach an d rdiwVs
Mity iA the tamach, sad t his11 the unpleasant symptoms cars-
mgk xo9wtfl logginah sad eot ed ayteach upset. Take It first
of sorts. thing hi the morning,.. ry
4 -m iwiin I It's s alesanat drink. It

3t thete 's a Iple way of put-
tisg this ight Fr yourursel( a
. *eging dme of WO'S "Fruit
SSalt" ad you'll fel better fIn a
fMewMOuL -

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frthealiver. SNO'S "Fruit eW'I"
is .wPtkilarlv recomeNaded fer
vlid Keep a bottle handy e0
the time.




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free lance book 4ystrstor and
New Y.ork newsman, will. arriv-i
lere late on a lecture tour-under
the international Exchange.. Pro-
gram st the U.S. Department of
Shace be w m the parent tour
In March Fax has vised La Paz,
Bolivia, Paraguay, Argentina U
ruguay. He expects to remain hert
for %several days lecturing and
demonstrating his work
Born in- Baltimore. Md. In IM
Fax is a ,graduate of Syracuse U
university where he tasjored in
fine arts. from 1935 through 1939
he was an instructor in 4rawitg
and paliting at Claflin University,
Orangeburg, S C. and for t h e
Federal Art Project In New York
C'ty. He also spent two two years
Lb a cartoonist and writer. Sinea
W6a he has been a free lance ar-
i;st specializing in book illustra.
Among the topics to be lectur-
ed on by Fax are "The Art of
Bringing Ar to the. People" and
'This f Enjoyed Most, The lat.
.er deals with his latest work in
Jiustrating ;. book on Louis Arm
strong. In connection with this lee-
lure ho has with him a number
(f jazz records to illustrate his
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Continues offering Slashed prices

'at its

White Nylon uniforms ..............$ 3.75 '
Children's socks ...........0.20 and 0.30.paur
Ladies Dresses from ............... 2.95
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25-60 CYCLE

1"00m- I M _sh adbI *-hlT-om Ck rme 1
A deuXe Voice of Music portable
pbeeomph of tailored beauy. You
0 adjumt tone of "us-large speaks
to coustics of enay oom. Choice of
%um Rose and Gisy Tweed or Rich
irewn Leathernte. Sieuta-Switch tua I
eN Larydhiag aftee lass record plays.
ftdmive Lay-Lite sjets records with
Sdosd. V-f4k 6iWdW iauded.


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and on just about every subject.

PRICES? from 100 up,
but none higher than 3.98 (these sell regularly

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'FOR SALE:-Seave, refrisestoa,
boIrem furnmtir, living rnm
furhirurs, chldJi's, furniture.
Nienem Obrfle A. No. 23,
Apt. No. JApoyeaMl Apts.
FOR SALE:-9--cu. &wfta ffe
t" 25-cyole $106 3 !14-hp.
ehdrie meto ers $ lk. 1524-t
"A- R" -Q
FOR SA I:.-W.WM sk JraM d4.
imp rem table, t 6 h in; bdd
dresser, chol, mshoeny -"e.-
tory n& choir. Jah.n tble.l.
form;cot o., I chiis,; te pkii
d.2pM, Oirtures, ter #upX.
Otn. 272.1-A, Caeeli, Phonsv
N 0vv 30 11
F^r SAW-Moorn dr o y
bidroom set fee Individual
pieces, o dem t1f-( $95; large
coffee rtble $20, Swrdfth radio
Svictrola and records $175. threw
r, qs $5. Alberto Navarre No. 6.
'" C-nprtlo.
FOR SALE:i-Wteighoure re-
friBert tor, 25 cycle. excelleUnt
ce.-Wition. Call 5121. Curundu,
.ofer 5 pm. House 2209-Southb
"A" Stfreet. Curumndu.
,FOR-.SALE:-9-cu. ft. Westing-
hous refrigerator. 25-csie, "
Sporco'aln indde- and out $;,'
cismalate Co-tin SpJnin h coein"
conriiting of fiften 12" Mords.
-and three ff tt-beeh $40) 1
Ivve work bench $10; t 1 40 '
.Ilyiyuth, good tirew, oed
transportation $125. C114-414.
0 RSAUL: Genral' Iecsk
4rshili machine, pelect can-
ditlft needs cost aint. One
TrltpadJ vMahaganv dtninl room
*-t641s. Mr2 offer Tl. 3-0993.
Ave," 2i. No. J. SUn mFroww

House Votes To Pay


P" .$150; V44P. *W r S
vcyc-' wahin mochla, I14 .
Its; I pair foe light, lW' ;!r
-P fl raey gun, M.B.C. two
ew, $20. House 5184-A M-
blo 2-4 31 9. ___ ..
French's bird smd. ird hhtieciil .
parrot foed, parrakert eOd,
querium supplies, tropical flbhr
SHOP. 49 Vie Eipee, PMhne

Boats & Moter
FOR SALE:-16' Criie dft kert .
with 1955 25-hp. Johmson *6
tor, with trailer; 5-hp. Joh"1n
motor 1953 model. House 251-
A Gatun. Phone 5-453.
feeot sloop. Balboa Yacht Cluh.
Cell Albreook 2203.

WANTED: Baby's training
choir in leoad condition. Call
Cristobal 1880.

LOST:-- Brown female Dochs.
hund dog. Pleaso call Balboa


FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Cut-
tomline. redle.o, ntrs. Leaving
Paonma. Call Pon. 3-2W35.
FOR SALE:- 1950 Studebakpr
Tudor Castom Sean, overdrive.
hilikolder, undereal. excellent
conditions $450 cah. R lbol 2-
RETURNING to the Statoes. Must
sell thi week 1946 Buick u.
per Sedm. good condition. AlN
breaook 86-T7188. Qtn. 113-1.
FOR SALE: 1941 Mercury.
Coupe, good condition. $150.'
Hor.e 1$49-J Ba.llbe Phone 2-
3055. __
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
with radio, exollent condition.
Latona. Phone 1341.
FOR SALE:-'47 Crosley con-
vertible, no top, $140,'good con-
dition- '49-'53 Hot Rod parts,
Ford. S150 tikes all. 5184-A.
Diablo. 2-4319.
FOR SALE: 1949 Ca illoe
Convertible in excellent condi-
tion. Duty paid. Call Navy 11.47
or s0e at R-16-C. Rousseaou.
FOR SALE:-1953 Austin A-70
mdan. 10,000 miles. excellent
condition. Call Kobbe 2232.
FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Main-
line-# Tudor, 11.000 miles. Tel.
Bilboa 3044.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford 4-door
tteoen wagon. Phone Curundu
FOR SALE: 1955 Chevrolet
convertible. radio, w/s/w, 2
months old $2350. Call A'mdor
2110 or Clayton 2191.
FOR SALE:-1949 1-ton Chev.
rolet panel in good condition.
Phone Panama 2-1224 or 2-
1226 at ny time.

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DLr. C..E. FAbrMe DA.8.
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v el July) Ave No, A |A
p An. seu n-Patm .
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; ,42. 4th of ,luy Ave.
-Phorme Panami Z-0 52

-.We can help YOU with

Or. A. ndK R. Ie ooI.. AC ". .
,* tl'tliner'GOra te.w s
a elt Avenue Tel. 313Mt
it block from Lux Theotre
S I ~ai. M ve -

P .14,478.111,-,,'i. -
& f ompindle *e26oin
| l cle. 4 Iv
'.,si.,. Phole 3.0279
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S* .|a<6 k Ba9fAbold
SVenetian BUnds
S* Travere Curtans.
S3i or Wood JU40T5a1


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uB^4 'aft,&', P* me amb

SConta Phon ec 96698n6,
Tho remp ,IN "..le_... T-.
bwlf",. fK 'l-- WB n -

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Aiws liv inggo" d-il rem,
kitchen, Ilon |wold, lquire
rOUlWd fleer. '"
FOR RENT.- TwleM Ihouse,
arner Ave Fi d kmc Boyd
and 50th Straolf 9 WJ-mem. I
bathrnms, ell agaid eavoeni-
ences. FulH y kMe lsednd *-
quipped. Fr'ix meeieths from
arliy June. Apple 2-274 office
hours. -4973 :tek p*.p.

ATTINTION G.1.1 Jst built
modern furnishld aportmeat1. I,
2 bedrooms, h t. ldM.wofr.
Phone Pasma' 3-4941.
FOR RIINT.---ht"91Wd u*n-
fuornished 2 end 4-room modem
apartments. Contect ALHAM-
Phone 1386 Cole.
FOR RENT:-Fwnlished apart-
m Innt, 2 Idrams. 2 lMlmt ms,.
porch. 48 St. No. 27. Cll Tele
phone 3-6097.,N
FOR RENT:- Two-boedreom e-
portment withb blcony in Belle
Vist. Tol. 2-2601, 1.12 morn-
into or 2-5 veoings..
FOR RENT:-Seomi-fornihed a-
partment, next to Roosevelt Tkhe-
otr, Viao Porir Ne. 120. Phne
FOR RENTi CoFipletely fur-
nlshed 2-hMm apartment, gaso
stove. refrigerator kitchen In,
basmen t ldeMe. S I table
one child, P~hk ed aidl l ace.

-1utMdi w-r fiunit CoU

egot ew cajImn'J; '
P2-tna.aN2s-10,6. *

FOR RENTI Mo&thrsp fr.-
mSt. )n, I d..nots.055 3 os.

2 r. ba thlmh a gM- d -
pe d.."",lml ] trl* yerilm'
at "#to B Sass
2. hy S ase Sen
Cas~.) who B h4e B u4 b. e

I-vMT f(W|ro, ee, tameW-
t-IS rpwa eom ,:
04% REM

to d oo msch a ttmt
Fee MN. -Obby hautil prowf
mished l em;khithou. Idle Vis.-
ta, Abntie Ave. 69. near 45ed

Eisenh ower Resents

a person 'creat chantcr",e n
aidavm re ad d*af mP Ime -

afl t 16er k her dep n
day bfyt it was abate of m tom b
tMo Asheta rch ta w

ter dismash a.ft a ,tatm

V -b irwto ... .. _
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FOR SALE -a- o-ll lly sruted
lot in GUlf iMfhts, 40 x 50
meers. Cell 2-II61 during of-
fice heuO,

Wanted to Buy
WE IBUY f erA e Imuth and
Chevrler 4-deo, 48-'49-'50
in @,"sllen cat n""Mo. Gse
Elia. Phome 2-1995.

Rebel Snipers

Again Stalk


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at Fort*Clattyton ( A~titiB, St.
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that a "roup of f wvet

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-stioaUtes Given Withoet l, Am FOR SALE:--Jeep, god condi- FOR SALE: '48 Harley over.
ObliHgation! nHopal x enSn tion. $500. Phone Kbbe 84-. hed $300. Sood endilen.
,179 5184-A Diable, 2.419.
Sdo ,S.b Of Unwon Army Vef ... ...
*GTON, May 1P> Non-Strikers Automobiles
Sul Av (-weenKodak n onse votedtoday to pay re-
Ak "tth A Stme). cent .-ospt expenses of about
a'1"'" ... 41.2 r Aurt ~Woolson of Du- I I
th. Minn. ay Splashed ith Acid Againp
m, ., l Wsehe may have In the
S Woolson is 108 years old and ti -
W WWW.the last surviving veteran of the
h lt s u rv i Union Armyv .e ATLANTA, May 18 (UP) Au- telephones were put out of op-
s rX'LAOVKCl Members approved the bill andjtomobiles belonging to non- eration.
Sent it to the Senate after receive. striking telephone workers at. Some 3,400 telephones were
-ng asurances from the Judicia- Key West, Fla., were splashed knocked out in the Atlazrta met-
mD flll Room v lCommittee that the act ion with acid In the second such in- ropolitan area by vandalism in
---. wouldn't set any precedent. cident n less than two weeks, the 377th violence Incident re-
SI" "If for no other reason than police reported today. corded here, the telephone com-
...i..TEIN, Germany, My at he lone represents a wholjl Cable cuttings In Alabama, pany said.
A pretty German g.tI era of American history, we should North and south Carolina and
e t-convict builda tor- make-some special consideration Oeorgia elao marked the 65th At Clinton, Tenn., private de-
Sr with a nele tric in his case," the committee as- day of the hitter strike against tective TY Cobb was hiton the
d bath i fear that nierted. Southern BeUll Telephone and head with a atone "as big as a
^ r uwoutld -e omeitsTelegrap4 Co.- I S nn11Se Southern graperuit"U he guarded a re- ,
LEGAL NOTICE Meanwhile, President Joseph peter station.
Roin Resinger, A. Berne' of the Atrilking Coam- Two top offlcials of the U 8.
on dg rothD STATES OF AMERICA muof Ameria MediationndConciliation 8er
vte r l othn Z o O address a unonl- ce. Assistant Director Clyde M.
l mn I United tat District Court For at
Q dhen they tried to sell te DM Th can.i eZonlt y et nnihon Mi llsand CorWaMloner E. Mar-
-metarl. nBaAlboaDivirshiofn h ICn ,thecrseloned to he bic v whiconyers,returned here at
o, vectai. h ,r GI allomn Ten he .a a th l e pu cota c er
aul R ,at.. L bean s vs. M/V invitedSto hearBelete Just the request o national media-
Ui dt Smbrtiit, hot a D tr n tackle, boilersat the .htoI e issues of the stdtrike e Ut o inea
discovered nd he.d ad the sale of t he mild
'omiult inthed Tran the Res.hy of thi ar,," a union spokesmansaid. ttonhret on sesion
C aun -ourt.adCmpa de Nveel6n Key'. West police said auto- w
m"Anne." ., the reans and c boles n WCOer by seven Southern H
l~hbor's house In In Adairtri. No. 4125. Alias Citalton o y s
'rThehr llar contain- andn Monition. Bell ropw Isors were splashed The prolonged walkout began
an' elnecticr The President ofthe Unite te w idS iAcd g the night. one Marc14over 0-tke clause
,dni Ctru tof Amrie a To the Marsh of the C- of the ars belon ded to t we which the CWA refused to ar-
....t.b goflcd that n1 Zan* of polic Lt. W. L. James. cept unless ZOea of arbitrating
o WUhM. haer. a Wbel in rem and in wacid onthree other cars belong- e.
T' sonmt htth ben filed in the United
not determiPd states rict Court for the istrlet o in g to non-atriking telephone --,
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he-ever was 13th day t Aprl '1N5. by the ar bove
mp dasro Swim te on land.od AUSAF lTetiloe or v
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S'n the sat e of the o ld M/V Sobtin n rupthn cltwontk anld news aerv- e. U_ A L
n d.oit mn the Bttry of this Court, ice to radio station WBSC. iv M
a .A. end Compafllr de Navepeln "Ann" ."
f=r t In t at caus. civl end
.A. r in Another revered line wasl di on- n i nv 1
theri usd lbl mentioned. ao 0 pnd n let, N.Cgs.sR
n, or monJtionof the C. a cean : Tokyo.rla
soldi Court'n that bltf to be made, ba.doned car was found at the o t ..
INr:.i 7ntad etr^st interested inthe epo. The automobile owner ws NEWCASTL ---....
k~i**mid '.d M/T Skbrir bar engine. etc. or N E WSTLE Asutrau w.ay
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Abfg: M "Y r@ sao hereby ontded, were siced through wfth an axe, 40mm nsp fkrt that Sm
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-,, 0o da ^y of 3orisdletlon otherwi on 0. AciM far divorce.
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TWo loyal VBitnan "g offm
were shot an killed and twf.
ra gravely wounded by t. 9i
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gunmen wer believed meat
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was driven tiom Saigon by Die
loyal army troops after Vio
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as Diem pressed urgently for.
alk M with the United Stateri
rance and Britain to .olter.bia
shaky regime. Informed sources
said the Big Three almost certain-
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or a fjur-power meeting.
Officials said the Catholic- Pr
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of-AM 1u e qMIM NEW YORK (NEA) One of
Slpa Os ir estgll tPerry Como's brothers once tried
8 i pto giva his mother a picture of
83 ust how much money 'her signing
0 I S Ot? W .Aon made. He spoke of record roy-
gore t9 slies and TV salaries and mon-
.111,0010 ey from endorsements and the fig
9sVo 80t rb9 ,ures were pretty impressive. Mrs.
h5Og6 Como smiled and nodded and then
4 LSVA raid:
I &9 et a69 "Any man who makes $75 a
%I week steady, that man makes a
S1S 9 Perry Como makes consider
yrv t by more thnn $75 a week. So do .
SO A the other ton thanters. That's why
got. |O I.0-9 t*e mad scramble for fw ame m o
Thrt (r) ,1 l.ON There are few winners but .for
those who dc win, there's a genu
ine, old4ashioned fortune.
and Como' is now big business. a
When today's hand was played there's a su:te of offices in one .v e
". in a recent. tournament In Atlantie .f the Rockefeller Center build.
I-(IL a .PO .Lity, the results were varied and ings that is headquarters 'for
;B.,,s'' aTn T.aoP entertaining. It was interesting to Perry Corms. the industry. He ,
ise how many ways there were o; employs a conductor, an arrange "- ,
"String beans, carrots, beets, to-mat@ 1' hope the losing a makeable game at hearts. er, a music copyist, secretaries B r.. ..
andbig 'i-tebefoe -y gt ^l" Whenever bouth played the hand ganagert, accoutAnta. -
W es. and buIg kill h"m before h 10 i OWhat Ofourt ... at oure rts.which happened at EX-BARBER PERRY COMO, whose voice madehim bi business,
Smost. tables. West o ed the It to behatway. s gets mock hairet from another top chanter taiedumsidt a
ueen of clubs. The defenders TV *how. his records, his per
ook two club tricks and forced sonal appearances, his.many oth. tent in comsrt. Even the waiters are others c kamoring for the top
outh to ruff the third club. er activities add, up to a compli- ask for autographs. He caanot go' spots. Some, like Vaughn Monroe.
Declarer now led a trump to heated enterprise. The commodi- t a movie without drawing rankie Laine. Nat King Cole,
"the queen and another trump to ties arT a voice and a persona. c.'owd. His home, no matter how .nd Vk Damone, are, almost on
force oult the ace. West led a 4th lty. They are sold on the open carefully he guards the address, is a par with the- leaders.
round of clubs, making South ruff market to the highest bidder. The bound to be a magnet foi throngs. And tnere gre the others, the
again. South now needed the rest only difference between selling .His dilly rife is generally tir' young ones, who hope that they'll
Sn.V RADIO w dofd the tricks Coma and selling soap is t h a t in-g. There are rehearsals, confer; nte up on top any day ,now. The
.In most cases declare drew the there isn't enough Coma to go a- ences, interviews, costume fi t- most promismg, are Johnny Des-
Slast trump, saving three spades found. tings, benefits,photo raphs. He mond, Pill Hayes. Rusty Draper
.. .. ."... and three diamonds -in the dum- must go through it a with smit- Guy Mitchell and Roy Hamilton.
e. .. ... my. East likewise saved tirs of ins grace. The si' test objection They'rein the medium-sized chips
**Fib"Conquest ofSp u o f'r t gamy. East l rewise saved ourne of taffwitv on ce Jg uaid to fam
d ov a wach suit. Some declarers n and he gets labe b' "tempera- nuw.OTomorrow they may be the
H s p d) dd't a a wt Ok the spa de finesse and lost the n, mental" If he forgets a face the. tBi ones.
Ia ..ess with q ually poor results. word goes, out that.. he's got i )r 'maybe some unipown. will
mt few as es,,u th.k du n. "swelled hepd" since he hit thell
uy t e m top s ades, re ind with o hig-time. and fortune. It all depends
creta omoith. Just let them tr'y to p, di riding a spade SO perihapdsu theH motm ney rewards -h a
"Lasie's Four WivesI tse a asht of me jumping offt a aye dsee n a neIn14 ORR 111
a usually squirmed and discarded this stardom. And the drains on

But ord famou his movie pooch e ft or beatg up a ead man the queen of spades in order to s income are fantiastic810 per
e ure tereff -idol doesn't have with a fiveersh Havana my keep t ed soth dm nds. This made s t cent to a personal manageer pr- *
O worrabout his sponsor easy for South to cash the haps live pec cent to a press a
in Up his esntract or his fans s-nt ssibl another slice to a AT TH
desertinghim. There's another Gary Crosby reported for an f spades. i pI one caserE t a yher e Ra |'e ahalf mnla i
w ith es noon n eIn one case East e a a u a l y1 lo business manager, big sums laid
TV Contest ing on with Lassie ternon'recordingtasession at Dec. blacked his queen of diamonds out for clothes, special material.
Rudd Weatho rwax, just wanted t tn to r. sloos his vocal cords. One lo e et s r for peyLUX Theatrea
be sure ther e eCough prizes to f the engineers kidded: in "You the uecide to try the damon d But m the sheer staggering a-
go around. ke ow, e Bing does t ned lemonfrlesse, and East took the last two- HOmounts tha i they earn ain s
j oud. uiced for,ihispipesneeven lmfor a tricks with his two queens. nou, prepare to be impressed:
Movie ad writers haven't lost ,rorninb session." E.di. e Fisher's annual income as
teir twoch. nII and e well over a half million dlla r
There' are no women in the cast "But now," a n s w e r e d Gary W alter Wlinch Johnnie R;y gets around $2, 500
.f "rConquest of Space." But love "You're tal g about a real aing- (Continued ser n the a week ,or a personal appearance
an romance are box-officmg i c o e e c ova d he'I caie a ot a fla. $100,000 for appear
and movie ad writers are InIniusl I -- .Bosley Crowthers: "An un n ing in the arovie, oThere's N
fellows. The "Conqubst of'-Space Marjorie Main, returning to thne w pattern of conventon AU HN MONROE s 't a Busines Like how Busn *
ads Hoo a fellow clutching a beau scund stages in "The Kettles In ln retuidey"( patee nsh.-I ORO n tntop When Frank Sinatra was 26 his
tiul doll's waist with the reverse ahe Tai .Corn." shed eight pounded ty) .p G. H. in the TribI brackets, bb e's o n the fway. When Frank istra WasT, hpe
twist' wordag ee aat Scripps C'inic and whil lose an- tthe hromatie t spectrum a To Come the mana all thi Tcome was in the fivane figures per
T w, Years Without Women. .". other b.ven on doctor's orders cound." (The range: of tunM :meansthat he is in the baritone makes movk'..
The Price To Conquer Space!" Donna O'Connor, the sprout. Breit in the ea: 'Find themchips. There are no authentic fig
Unfil s ed Drama (or comedy) L.t Donald and Gwen, is now 'Hiv- Lug t0 (Worthles s). reheare auent
of the month. t o with mant a and her newu y eso"hie s income. But his love- What do tey do with tI h e i r
yo lady in Lieraces au groom, Dan Dailey. i N K in e o y h ome, l large donations to s a o money (Atter taes. the take
young ld Ihe L ibVerace's aui rom Danluh Dailhey. Nasited the ( Coe's defnitin afr; ties 2nd scale of living indicate' considerably. powerr )The h a v
.,.ene A the Las Vegas Riviera Tallulah 1,ankhead visited the 2 Broadway Ham: "One_ .w. -d rich returns, their pet ext.-avagances. Eddy Ar-
Legan t heckle him and pull on set of "Anythin Goes" as thethe floor longer than his audience.
the cord. his hand microphone guest of Directorobp Lewis. e -Ld has a 107 acre farm at Brent
when hs -l(t the stage to talk to cause the fLm is his first after From a review of Runyon's Besides such tangible things as iJwood, Tcnn. where he r a I s e s
vii fame as a di "Pick Ihe Winner" tv progam: money, becoming a top sIt a, p .re-bred Hcrefords. Johnnie Ray
Tose who recognized her looked sector, Lewis was particularly en "For a few moments they tried brings ame To somed on the fact started, d a foundation for the dea7,500
toward Liberace and wondered thusiaste in describing the hig to make the horse player speak topped for autographs, and oth Pay check Ifrum a TV appearance,
T.ow be. would handle the situsa cenoe ti Taulalh. iRunyon's private language, pro- soed I theran oth ch rt H a T a
tion. He in-ed her., It was an elaborate shi board during an effect so utterly m erwise idoizedo is e ims ortan t towhile ie with tips and handout was thso,
Her name was Joanne Rio, wht, set with Bing Crosby, aid proibablie that they abandoned the bt submits good-naturedly to the e his mpnagre now limit him t
-eince considered herself engaged to O'Connluz, Mitzi Gaynor and Jean effort almost at once. That lan- hlamorings oat his is he prefers $20 a day pending money to
become Mrs. Liberace, mare ,n a song and dance num. guage may conceivably be enter- clthe peamorie and quiet of his fns home preferFisher courted apend wing money. mavi
There's a trick to every trade. her based on Cole Porter's famous tammg to read, but the human Bt ae t pie of st Fst e D Rnod en
Hoa liy wood stunt man Day. t,'L, "You're The Top." who can speak it credibly has yetoBut fame is the price of star- starlet Debbie Reynolds. Being
ad Sharpe chews on a long cigar But TallUmah was Tallulab. to come forward." com. There is now a Perry Como a to p star includes sucprivileg
during rehearsals of every stunt 'Dahllog," she flipped to Lewis, Man, dintcnez ever see the long street m his home town. Canons c, denied to ordinary mortals, of
he peror Whether he's leapin "You know Ifollywood. All this wul run B'way hit "Guvyzndolls "? g burg, Pa. It was dedicaLpd one hobnobbing and romancing t h
hronm Whlag tr qglapIng it out NEVER be in the picture." is-day w'eni the city declared a ho. top stars of the opposite sex. That l
it a -, ape cigar is al -- Overheard in Reuben's: "Is thatisday, and all the schools were is another reward. It's one that I
Ways tt You'i never reco ze the old show girl married to him"' closed fotar the celebration. That s lures many youngsters into show
His e tiana to To"y Curtisclassie of Sherwood Forest in the ",only to his money.,, part of stardom and fame, too. bsilnesr. 0I
after -a flab scene rehearsal for tracked up musical edition o Anottr part is the almost com Today's toebanters-ike Co.
T Yars": 'Robin Hood" that MGM will New ork Dawn to Dawn: Wak- ,lete lack of privacy. Wherever a rio Fisher, sy, Sinatra. T o ny
u im#te ago a quickie pro make with Howard Keel and Jane ening, Runniug, Panting Working, wellknwn star nnos he s recog i ennett Eddy Arnod8reware ds. Treap
dull. a sme-to hearsjuinmp. Powellh DoS ized. He cannot cat in a restau ing these varied rewards, There
waw. ut mae o rehearsejum mp owellO... ...Rushine. Dfttin, Dodging, Shov
'ag. oi a second story window Robin Hood will have a tw in ig Striving, ettln, Easing
onto a borle. 1 di the s t and brother and Jane powell will play testing. Starting, Hustlng, Bus1
tew it w os.a y ass ed of Maid Mar- ing, .Eatin. king, Tkinklg, SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER ALFRED
WW bewasted_-_ -- t .- ghtin. vin, gDyn, Crying I
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WINDOW SCENE?-Trying to get 0 na righs-i.wup .a .ns
wropg.side-up girl is a visitor at a photo show Ii' Paris, FraneT ".
Photo of the little-gfrl, who leoks'like she'i hanginri right outcIde
a window, is a larger-than-lUfe-size enlargement.

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Practicality is the new keynoLe. o Hollywoot
according to .lean Louis, Colum ia Pj trees' designr"cw.1o
costumed Judy Hollida7 for her coindy role in "Pi'IT'lX
tomorrow at the CENTRAL, with Jack Ledimon, J.,-L CAr-
son and KlV Novak also starred.
iase -va a time wnen motion picture clotIq.s vec
designed tor their visual appeal and not for practical use
beyond the range cf the camera's eye," says ttte cotth.iwt
"Many a dress was made so'.Utiht gliTO 7t ob1Atfl
sit aow an fit; sald sume of the matials i-ttkti
they couldn't have survived a week of actual 9sse r4n
life. But.t t.e dapy are goe. Today, I llw clothq ae.
not onlpble and attention catLh7in but tey 1i
servmltot7 Of1 Judy 'HoUmddayk U*'S
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Last Four Contests

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NEW YORK, May 18 (UP)-There was a time
when Eddie Stanky would look at his St. Louis Car-
,dinals' pitching staff and shudder, but today things
Uhave changed-it's the opposing clubs who look at
I~,t and shudder.
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-Onee considered just a bunchn
'of humpties, the Cardinal pitch-
is suddenly have blossomed'
nto a staff of world-beaters
with an amazing record of only
#he run allowed in the last four
'- Rookie Larry Jackson, 1a 28
har-old right hander, pitched
Cardinals' third shutout In
.M .ir last four games when he
JTackson 'scattered 1 sIn
handing the Dodm ers their first
whitewashing of the season and
boosting the Cards into third
place In the National League.
S Baked by an attack that
5 n1luded homers by Red 5in01-.
,iwdtenit and Ken Boyer, Jak-
S o was the second Redbird
at ehurl a shutout in as myIa
ayhsy. Rookie southp y W,

e uit itosixt in place
aT c lmbIn zea i t hs.
a victory over Bob Pur-
who dropped their sixth .* e
a row. Nuxhall yielded only
lht 11its In recording his 4t
Iq'uedt and Started th@R6 -
a-'on their way to victory with
gthree-run double In the sac-
ue~yt homer off. loser Bob Fur-

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Ulants. Don muw er'st m u
streak was snapped at 2 t
straight games.
The game between the Cubs
and Phiesa was postponed be-
cause of coid weather.
In t he American League,
southpaw Alex Kellner pitcnea
and batted Kansas City to a 1-0
triumph over Washington. Kell-
ner gave up eight hits in gain-
ing his third victory and colect-
ed two of the six hits off loser
Mickey McDermott. The only run
of the game came in the 5th when
Hictor L6pez walked, moved to
second on a sacrifice and raced
home on Kellner's single.
Lefty Whitey Ford of the
Yankees also wp a 1-0 game
against the he hite x ven
though Chicago out-hit New
York, seven to four. A sixth
inning streak of wildness by
Dilly Pierce paved the way for
the only run. He walked Vie-
key Mantle and Yogi Bern,
the first two men to face him
in the sixth, eah. on four
pitches. Mantle stole thid
from where he scored on an
Infield out.
The loss left Chicago a game
behind Cleveland, which also
lost, 10-3, to Boston. Jackile Jen-
sen hit a three-run homer for
the Red 4ox and Eddie Joost
coected for one with the
bas s einDty- as the Indiang'

EgiDodger Erv Palca picked
up his second victory for Balti-
more by beating Detrolt. "-2.
Oae FPa esa's former oger
im.atiee. Billy Cox, homered
off loser Ned Garver, while
rooeke catcher Hal Snith was
created with tw6 runs batted

Toronto 3-!To Take

Over 1st Place in IL
NEW YORK, May 18-(UPI-
The Rochester Red wings got
only:four bits off. Ken Johnson
Tuesday night but combined
them with two Toronto errors
for a 3-1 victory that gave them
first place In the International
Millard Helm went all the way
for the Red Wings to chalk up
| his second victory against one
defeat. He allowed Toronto seven
hits. The. loss was Johnson's
third against the same number
of wins.

The Buffalo Bisons rallied for
five runs in the seventh inning
to defeat the Montreal Royals,
6-4. RochesteAr now leads Mon-
treal by nine percentage points,
but trails the Royals by a half
The Syracuse Chiefs and the
Richmond Virginlans split a pair
of games, the Chiefs winning the
opener, 2-1, behind the six-hit
pitching of Dick Farrell and the
Virginians the nightcap, 3-0. Bill
Connealy and -Bill Voliselle held
Syracuse to five hits in the sec-
ond game.

A scheduled twi-night double-
rehead, Lipetri (7), Johnn header between the Columbus
18) and Heyman, Connelly, Jets and Havana Sugar Kings In
l e. A) and Watigton. WPjHa.ana was postponed because
nelly. LP-Morehead. of rain.

Established 1893



in' Joe Brown, the flashy light*
weight from New Orleans, La.,
celebrates a birthday today.
The Jolter, presently on the
Isthmus training for his May
29 fight with Cuban Tony Ar-
menteros at the Colon Arena,
will be given a party by'box-
ing promoter Enrique Martin
and other friends tonight.

Pacific Women's

Soffball League

T. A.T. 5
Arsi Cola 5
AlemlAn, Jr. 4
Fundador Brandy 2
Malta Vigor 1

Lost Per.
1 .833
2 .714
2 .667
'6 .250
6 .143

Ptralso's Fundador Brandy
nine pulled the surprise of the
season as they upset the favored
Arsi Cola team by the score of
5-2 at the La Boca diamond on
Arsi Cola took command of
the game in the first inning as
they scored 2 runs on a walk,
an error, and one base hit. The
Brandy-girls retaliated in the
top half of the second frame as
they chalked up 2 markers on
The game continued tied at 2
runs for four more innings un-
til the Patiflo-gfrls pushed across
3 mbre runs n the topof the
sixth frame on two walks, a hit
batsman, and three singles.
A crowd of almost 400 fans
witnessed this contest as Fun-
dador Brandy knocked the Soda-
girls out of the first-place spot.
T. A. T. tobk over the lead by
virtue of a forfeit VI~cory rom
Malta Vigor. ,
The winning pitcher of the
game was & a Stewart, who
ve up runs on; 'only 3 hits.
ne Howar, the loser, started
fir Arsi o0a, but ave way to
Joyce Anderson in te sixth In-
ning. Fundador Lollected their
five runs on eleven hits off both
The league-leading T. A. T. -
nine will find it rough in their
next two games, as they face Ar-
si Cola on Wednesday at La
Boca, and then play Alemin, Jr.
at Paralso on Friday. These two
games will decide the champion-
ship, with a possibility of a tie
still in the offng.
Remaining games:
Today, May 18: T. A. T. vs.
Arsi CoTa at La Boca.
Malta Vigor vs. Aleman, Jr. at
SFrday.y May 20: T: A. T. vs.
Alemin, Jr. at Parailo.

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Toes W I et. G Tam.a ..
Brooklyn .....2 6 .806 Cleveland ,.,.20 10 12.6'0
Milwaukee ....17 14 .548 8 Chicago 10 .64- 1
St. Louis .... 13 .519 .9 New York ...18 11 ,.621 '.:t
ew York .15 4 .517 9 Detroit ,......1 1 .516 4
Cincinnati ....11 18 .379 13 Kansas City ..12 18 .400
Pittsburgh ....11 19 .67 13 Washington ..11 18 .370
Philadelphia .. 9 19 .321 14 Baltimore ..;.10 0o .333 19

CZ TEENAGE REPRESENTATIVES This could be the first team off continental United Sttaes
to participate in the Veteran of Foreign Wars' Tournament which is held in jezbey, Pennsyl-
vania, annually in August. All depends upon the response of the communui to the appeal to
raise sufficient moneyto pay for the transportation, Kneeling: Harold Peney, Bat Boy. (First
row): E. 0. Klernan, Manager; Lem Kirkland, Charley Chase. Don Ryter.C orbin Mc Griff,
Kepth Culig, Jimmie Loveladyh Jerry Durfee, Buddy Curdts, Owen Sutheurand, (Second row):
Charley French, Herbie Schnleder, Bruce Bateman, Billy Gibson. (Wayne Wll and Orlando
Nuliez not present).
...:/ d : *" Ova

Teenage Fund Drive Receives

Anonymous $10 Contribution

An anonymous contobution of
$10 yesterday barely upped the
fund to send a group 6f Canal
Zdne teenage ball players to the
VFW tournament in Hershey,
Pa., next July. '
-The total is now 553"S-4,470
away from the goal set by the
committee to cover transport-
ation costs to the tournament
The drive got underway Mon-
day,. getting lts first cgntribu-j
tlgn -$520-from -the proceeds
of -the games during which the
players were selected.
The three-day carnival of
the George W. Goethals VFW
Post (erroneously reported as
scheduled for this weekend)_
wtil not get underway until
June 17 at Cocoll.
Contributions to the fund
should be sent to Box 656, Bal-
boa, C.Z. Donations also will be
received by members of the
VFW and players and officials
of the Teenage League.

TheKith Parade
By, United Press

(Based on '5 official at bats)
AMERICAN LEAGUE and elub, 3 b 4t h Pet.
Kuenn, Detroit 31 133 22 53 .398
power, K. C. 23 8929 35 .393
Kaline, Detroit .31 110 25 45 378
Bauier, N.Y. 29 117 29 38 .325
MY. 29 106 30 33..311

Mueller, N. Y.' 26 110
C'ella, Bklyn. 31 117
Virdna, St. L. 23 87
Logan, Ml. i81 117
Schoenj. St. 27 105

17 44 .400
22 42 .359
18 31 .356
23 41 .350
19 36 .343

Snider, Dodgers .........
Mantle, Yankees ......
Zernlal, Athletics ......
Furilo, Dodgers .......
KlUszewsdki, Redlegs ....
Snider, Dodger........
campanenaL, Dodgers ..
FuruTll DOn ........
ZEnl, A Uties ......
Vernon, Senators .......
Snider, Dodgers ........
Mantle, Yankees .......
Bauer, yankees .......
Smith, In.iars .........
Kallne, Tgers .........
Aaron, Braves ...*....
Dark, Giants ............


Kuenn, Tigers ......
Kalifie, Tigers .....
Mueller, Olats ....
,Campanella, Dodgers
Logan, Braves ......
Newcombe, Dodg... 5
Arroyo. Card. ..... 3
Jeffooat, Cubs .... 3S
Consuegra, W.S. .. 3
Turfey, YankeM ... 6

Naval Station Favored To Cop

4th Atlantic Cage Loop Crown

S'By Trevor Simons
The Naval Station quinet has,
for the past three years, practi-
cally established a monopoly on
ihe Atlantic Basketball Lea g ue
chmnpknoshio: and their victories
have been more than just walk-
aways .wins.
Each championship that they have
won has been hard-fought and
each time the battle has continued
right down through the final week
of play with either Gibraltar Life
or Un'"ersa. Sports alternately y
making the going tough every step
of the way,
The defending champ. have al.
ready bp proclaimed re-season
favorite' on the strength of the
three championships now Mtld
,hem, but that fact became even
more predon.inant last week with
the Navy's announcement that a
new squadron 400-men strong, will
lie flying inLo Coco Solo in the
near future. With an addition of
400 men to the Navy personell Bill
Scaggs feels sure that he can
round up a strong contender for
a 4th cbamrionshlp. But the ver-
satile Naval Station manager will
not be around to see his strong
Navy charges seek No. 4. Scaggs
leaves for the States before the
June 1st opening date and will
turn over the reigns of a strong
favorite to an as yet unannouc
cd coach. "
The Tars, to date ot yet bol-
stered by the new squadron, have
been seeing plenty of action in the
IMCA loop and should be in top
mid-season form when the Mar
garita gym becomes the scene of
action for the eighth playing of
the Atlantic Basketball League.
Top contention to the Navy's
quest of another title will be Gi.
braltar Life Insurance's entry that
consists of many of the top names
in local scoring basketball tal-
lent. Already possessors of one
of the deadliest scoring teams in
the loop plus plenty of hei hth,
Gibraltar Life has added a West
Coast college name, Jim Brians,



Water Polo Intramurals

The 1955 Balboa High School
water polo got off to a fast start
3, with Lnsfar's team beating Lel-
.... 53 sy'as team 10 to 1.
..... On Monday Connor's team
... ** squeaked by Infor's team by the
... 42 score of 7 to 6. Scoring for Con-
.... 41 nor's team were. Connor's 3 and
Morris 4; For Linfor's team, Lin-
for's 1, Ryter 1 and Rigby 4.
SIn the second game Montova-
Lost Pt. ni's team rolled over Leisy'c
0 1.000 team 6-3. Scoring for Montov*-
0 1.000 ni's team, MOntovani 3. Shop-
0 1.000 pard i, Prosperi 3: For Loel
0 1.000 team,-Pulton 2 and Reeel.
1 .857and
Team Standings
Wo L

connor's .............. 2
Linfors ............... 1 ............ 1
Letsay ................. 0

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Philadelphia at Chicago (2)
Pittsburgh at Cincinnati
New York at Milwaukee (N),
Brooklyn at St. Louis (N) )

(Night Game)
New York 020 100 100-4 9 2
Milwaukee 30012030x-9 15 3
Domes, Corwin (0-1), Liddle,
Wilhelm, Grissom and Westrum.
Conley (5-2) and Crandall.

(Night Game)
Pittsburgh 000 002 000-2
Cincinnati 031 211 01x-9
Purkey (2-3), Bowman,
and Shepard.

8 0
11 0

Nuxhall (4-2, and Burgess.

(Night Game) /
Brooklyn 000 000000-0 10 0
St. Louis 000 010 20x-3 9 0.
Brskine- (5-1), Hughes and
Jackson (2-0) and Barni.

Kansas City. at Washngtoan
Detroit at Baltimore
Chicago at New York
Cleveland at Boson -

Cleveland 000 030 000- 3 8 1
Boston 001040 50x-10 0 2
Wynn (3-1), Narleski, Moili,
Houtteman, Wight and HegSh.
Henry (1-0), Kinder and

( N ig h t G a m e ) ,. .. *. .
Chicago 000 000 000-0 7t 1
New York 000001 OO0x-1 '4. 0
Pierce (2-2), Dorlsh, 'Martin
and Llar. ...
Ford 15-1) and Berra.

(Night Game)
Kansas City 000 010 000-1 6 1
Wash. 000 00 000r-0 8' 1
Kellner. (3-1) and Astroth.
McDermott (2-4)'and. FitaGer-

who, it Is rumored, will challenge .(Nlght Game)
manager Noel Gibson's claim to Philadelphian at Chicago Detroit 000 0010001100-2 V 2
d firm hold on the high.scoring (Postponed cold weather) Baltimore 100 01100x-4 5 0
honors of the league. Brians stands '
6-5 and teamed up with other bet arver 43-6) and- house.
tcr-thapn sixfoot. players like the Palica (1-1) and Smith.
two Gibsons. Noel and Bob, Wally 1I-, Mum.a.
Trout, Ed Capalbo, Louis Hooper fn Pl --. ....
and company, they make for d .
formidable machine of top-scoring Brooklyn AD H 0 Af
possibilities. BrM .klyn AB R H 1 0 Wkl"l/ltwfaC. Jn
The Universal sports entry in Gilliam 2b ....... 5O 0 0 A WmWm\yWW
the '55 loop will not be at full Reese a ........ 4 0 3 5 1
strength until one week after the Snyder cf........ 4 0 1 3 0 Chicago ADB R H 0
opening of the. league. Several of Campanella c .... 4 0 2 6 1 Carrasquel as .... 4 0 -0 8
Paul Moser's charges with which Amoros If ........ 3 0 1 3 0 Fox 2b ........ 4 0 2 1
he expects to bring Unisport their Hodges lb ....... 4 0 0 0 Mifloso If, rf ..... 4 0 2 2.
first championship, are zone boys lurillo rf ....9.,. 4 0 0 2 o0 Kell 3b ...... .. & a0 _j1 1 4
attending college and cannot get Robinson 3b .-..;.. 4 0 0 :2 I'Nletan rf, lt...:.- 0 2 0o
here until..Juite th. Th league Ersklne p ........ 2 0 1 0 o ackson lb ..... 3 0 0 7 .0
Jun Idt.- But the- Unispoit b-Shuba ......... 1 0 0 : 0 Lollar c ..... .... 0 1 5 1
er will be cArried high by sev Hughes p ........ 0 0 0 0 4 a-McGhee ......a..0 0 0 0 0
oral veterans of many Aantic c-alker .... .. 1 0 1 &O 0 Uourtney c ....... 0 0 0 0 0
Cage loop campaigns. Arnold Man. d-Hoak .;.~ .; 0 ,0 0 0 Groth cf ......... 3 0 1 3 0
ning, Bucky Hall, Dick Conover -- -- Pierce p ......... 2 0 0 0 0
Carl Sibons and the playing man Totals 3 0 10 24 6 b-Dropo .......... 1 0 1 0 0
ager Paul Moser will be the main c-Rivera ......... 0 0 0 0 0
standard bearers until John Hay. SL Louis Dorish p ....... 0 0 0
es, Leo Constantine and Bob Bai. Martin p......0... 0 0 0 0,
ley come in to reinforce last Virdon f ....... 4 0 1 2 0 ......
year' runner-ups. Moonrf, If ...... 4 0 0 1 0 Totals 31 0 7 24 7
Gruelling. practice sessions twice Muslal lb ..... ..4 0 211 0
weekly have been the order of Repulski If .......2 0 0 '2 01 New York
the day for the Powells five, un- a-Frazier rf 2 0 0 0 0 01or
derdogs in. he forthcoming cam- choendienst 2b 3 1 .1 1 6Bauer rf.......4 0 0 1 0
paign but the team that is loom.-Sarni.C.........3 1. 2 6 Careyb. 4 010- 8
ing as the "fly in the ointment" Boyer b........ 3 1 2 0dCare3ntlb ......4 01 1 0 8
for many of the top contenders, GrammaI S ..... 0 1 3 3 Berra c.f.......2 3 01 2 1r
Despite their lack or experienced as ..... 0 1 3 3 02,Howard If ......... 3, 0 1 01
tall-players, Powells faces the P .. 3 .0 1 0 2 _Howard Ift ....... 3 0 1 2 0
season with an Air of confidence Total -1--.-- -,Noren It ....... .. 0 015 0 1
that would do justice to a promi Tota 31 3 9 27 12 Robinson lb ...... 4 0 1 15 0
nont pennant contender. Their ..M C. RMcDougat d sb .... 2 0 0 6 3
main claim lor a few well-tim- a-lied out (. r Repulski in 6th Hunter as ....... 3 0 0 0 ,
ca victories will be youth and "b-Flied out for Erskine In 7th Ford p ........ 3 0 0 0 2
speed with the will to wi. CH,'a .c-Singled for Hughes in 9th
ihnesteof 1954, Ray Quezada, Dul- d-Ran for Walker in 9th Totals 28 1 4.27 18
kly Smith, Don Smita Kaiser Ba
zan and dimmutive, but danger- RBI's-Schoendlenst, Boyer 2 a-Ran for Lollar in eighth,
;ous Sammy Morris make up me Doubles-Sarni, Orammas, Sny- b-Singled for Pierce in eighth
first five that will face Universal der HR-Schoendlenst, Boyer. c-Ran for Dropo in eighth t
Sports in the nightcap opening Stolen baae-Reese. Dbubleplays
night. .a -erammas Muslal; Gilliam- ERROR Jackson. RBI-Rob-
[ egaidless ol pre-season predic- Reese-Hodges. Left on base- tinson. Stolen base-Mantle Left
tions that make Naval Station fav. Brooklyn 10, St. Louis 4, Bases on base-Chicago 5, New York
orites to win, all four teams stand on balls-Jackson 1. Struck out 8. Bases on balls-Pierce 4, Dor-
rmady and confident of a fine sea- by Brskine 4, Hughes _Jackson lsh 1, Ford 1, Struck out by-
scn. Games will be scheduled twice 5. Hits off-Ersklne 5 in 6; Pierce 4: Ford-2 Hits off-Pierce
weekly, on Mondays and Wednes- Hughes 4 In 2. Runs and earned 3 In 7, 1 in 3-3, Martin 0 in 1-3.
diys at the Margarita gym wita runa -Erskine 1 and 1; Hughes Runs and earned runs Pierce
wo games each night, the thrs2 and .. WP-Jackson (2-0). LP 1 and 1. WP-Ford (5-1). LP-
game to start at 7 p.m. -Erskine (5-1). Pierce 12-2).

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gum tasm the witaeam chir toesa it raining? You told me to let hppeared 14aR g
L a ^ 4^'^_.1,_ toill all hbae reme.lbe -ll ab'ot .. .y "ou know, or rather, drop you Ias rpol'""te
ha a p t nout wall. .cnsu a line on what thm doing. page t and -
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c opie th Irt o- them .I I .c r a .l.e ," dngs from a local pw h i to er.
~*n resumes its aig 'c you can use in "nmar e p tt t eo ,.- ..4
of 1- dpt' ago. the hearige,o

.agr perneAs onaln.y, csre 'Abor n C tha c n h C hernhicm C O ERfh wna
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t o l n t e t '- nowa Iu A, o r n g e wn and ia lto ao ltsd yI h e w I

I* ., of waubolding from the Commas- tAN NRofM Ther o o -
sion mte true onuSuon of we os CARLOS "CURVO[ THORNE ND FooMe 1th
or. The bout prompted Gov. George ."" "." lthou" he has never pite. hed bit of nw of Panamania
The2 generl charge was o as e expan 4'. d M t >b-d bac ra familiar figure to Pro gleaned. ates, ha
ote. 2.5e. old o .. La... .... Lrteague fans dirnT Ong Athe last
TIr nera chre ania asr xocu two saor 3sI CLYDo PA RIS,
hearipged hm ,oaI ehisin.,rooc"I'ma _sending ..ou.sor s
inr t lb.. peanlnu-day hearings Thorne, younger brother of League, has shown s.p
'rble" %rume& isOw ai __ vetasa utility p layer Gerry power to riht fi..
Jams "s 'see amu egaul. Thorn.. of the panuas eIa- righehan og atter.
to.s regar.Aig"e0sham or con-me a prn ee man ger .
gaggl~e underthe" 4eams. re A Kubeki of the Cb a la Vine a His C-w. b. e

A C IONG' uner that assmio shgu coa- aod toe him a contract with the right feelM wall.
a e a anaenipee "P team, o which The blow was r ond-1
..... L._ T pll.exi r ubsiinplerm- anar No. 4 for narn top -
or mW mi bnay becangu poemanager, Royals.
I'.- ,.olcl -* ....^ I were notdpdin bl ana m i o ningI t s,, .
lug it was a snam -we are mere- NVILLE aLD Twu Ru.
ly employpg the language os the. EDITOR'S NOTE: he dol- into the first division. Game field blooper by Al Kubaki which, ae, lu..sB Nortied Lef I,
M.t a CoJomhson seaman i rlee ishe time will be 8 p.m. opped in behind second to hgaeouu~~--ne.Cldss pe r reset .

0 .. AT OF D 0,-y'it e tecnical anuage 'eeny in a Winni, .Manito More than 1,200 fans were score Henderson. Manager Al, s w '
e ughto bring oo baca fight isn aBtira ty, gewsfeper, I reprinted treated to a nappy one hour incidentally, became a leading Spokane.,
S contest it one boxer is incapac here f the benefit of local and 50 minutes of good baseball pilerer when 'e caught the

irowleoge be~o wa. not. i e -^e! ornve thg tkeoea b Wa.t "t e 10.g0t t0se0 A Lewague, s bee sent ,'!
I knowea e was .not h condr-, Th rorne, he leAle r ihten r stole second himself before the 4 Yeters in Natise L villrt Cla .A A s.
t__ us, then tere could be an ale For more Information on from sanama, and Aberdeen's winning rally was ended Worrika for Nta Ser vic Chragt, ha a o
~ Cl, maimt ai fusion that." Caoe Themrne, who is faarur- gotd starboard finger, An tae, I I II. -Jm e s (.
: ,are Too.- ,t isn the t.r., ed most of the play. Wl la.t *EN Al ":Lean e.
--y rl^se^n While s w Thorns was.starving sthe knock flhg deventh. turej cilr I.SlaabtM
)so's manager s of6 e i-e i -------o this pa-*. Pheasants on ?our h ingles, Kay 1it Insurante. Sam orua/n- goes cm tia' br. a ....
MP. THE HANDGUN C&arence (SEianJ D5 4F1B was alimost as stingy In llow- des iaertle4 him to second, Lyman third base and te plate dl Toro, who itched a 2 to 0
IN rIT PLACE IMAecondsLoeuGofsix a3nd'00 Ro4 Ing only five singles o Win- Mal Johnn flfd o, but r atheS a fair or fo aily1E over theL.V. Yankees for
_y WAIRRN PAGE I. i'. l, aOon with Pete M0 or_ _m e DALLIS DCCm -lv peg. The Aberdeen pitcher was 'hoe came through the MannIng. pulry o lal ap.eaawn Ini .e
ong /,iter matchmakerr for promoter Herman .removed for a in luteh with elaes sigle be- / lo.l -p e
See.s thstt-lst spring'aylr.. Moran additi*g al l1|s Carlos Thorne proved a point the eighth and Chaurle Sehaas tween shert and third to make Answer: It is a two base hit in league.
ms tht tie pas pr .arg .with ta i n Thursday night. came on to retire the Goldeyes t3-1. Thoe ade send ost parks, unless ground rules Brown u t the club and went
bought more than the usual flood interest in the fighter wl n It was Thorney who couldn't in the ninth, when the ball was Juggled in state otherwise. If the ball hit th home to ..cas the day after h*
of letters from em usual, flOe d matchmaker. get the side out to open Winnt- Thorne's win was a big thing left field but his hit had done [mound itself or the pitching ru- appeared.
who want dope. on side-arms to 'peg Goldaes' home season one front a Winlpr point of the rVquMred damage, an he- fer-.without ouCching the hurler
carry on hunting trips. Perhaps aiw Swee ao when weer ws view. ne thn, e went pier -na r off into the tad,
we've bed new. crop of yu A~n~T~ r ayep --iYduclve to icicles "A man just the distance, something the This time the Ooldeyes weath- it would be a foul. IDEAL Today- .25 .15'
ter& whoeinur a stadg or at -- can't get loose in that stuff," rest of his buddies have failed ered thelt two iins even o Tyr. .
hole herd of charging bro w complained Carlo athe time. to do, and it was the eeed though lone hit m Randolph Q. n a rundown o e pla
Naow A revooterhor aeupmartc -i pnt' s L-ied Thursday, the weather was this sweng season. His two vie- put potential runs on ba i nceraers who get in the runGeIe Kelyl. tripetoab inure. If to noy the p-rticepan le, warmer, much wbnatr and so ttrimare offset by last Friday's each frame. But Carlos was de- -er w whu h ht".
Shuntg trip, to be sure. I to joy the le, Bnle, was Torne. 0loss here against St. Cloud. termined and ot rid of the ball-Mel ,hultz i T A
you've got time to kill, and the Bungle" tourname last wee beeen rightfielder Er ption in quck ore e op-
gam.e and country are much that i'e winners were: No ,44 Abdee Phes- bomler wde the only stu-ablr, ooasition; including oincrd ach A. They cannot obstruct the run-
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T RTTT EAB PANAMA, R. P., WI)NKSPAY, MAY 1S, 1355 y C eNS d u i.nenU poit time and .1 asa suld m .oa l
~PIodle t' with the American 'aet Premid r Iti lag h Mga atn
0 ow t EdeBitis rie MntB ast Au th"t.w
"' Le th laieoht. Britgh Priie aiadr to tegcve opes to the pe-ople 4 bh
dL D *e ind Prsident Elsenhow- ny Eden. and French Premier Ed. coatry"
opn o n I Erss Re p o9 rer't s rvates voice, the Secreta- gar Fae may be set4n about c o' sr
Srnrra ~ryd noftate antionwiser week. Dull-= 4s was earlier de.s ribed
L o a o dio and television audience that Stockholm, Sel., or a ,quiet a cautiously orptiitle" abt
the newly ne d Austrian state sport in Switerland- are enl- prospects for o toward
r treaty is a beon ef hope to op- eed the mot likely The peace t the .prop d hl For

UNDER AREST oseph D ulles a reaty, which as place in late July or early Au- Mem sn. o the Senate F
FUNDERc innan was arr tested u ares withdrawal of orcupation gust. elations Committee relayed
Francis Kinnan was aruree troop 1s re to have "tremen- Democratic an d Republican report to newamn.
at Washington, D.C. an dIr us Impact" In Soviet-dominated members of the senate foreign re
be returned to Florida to fce. zechos ovkia, Hungary and oth- nationss committee generally Geore told r t
charges a et dieor for the LONDON, May 18 (UP)-A Lon- Bulgarin, they said, did not atomic energy. That is less than thing to indicate that Russia has er sa te llite reed with Dules' apprail. tearing from D at w
Federal Housing Administra- con newspaper reported today that aborate But the delegation mem one-third what the United States sao atomic submarines, however. He noted that a Big Four meet Committee chairman Walter "v much gratified"
S Branon. Police est ntellig exrt be r id e did stress S et a t, but t sl s a l e ackson disclosed the Navy's co the S ov o .)eoe
say e lt the money t 15 eveRussia has halted work on esires for peace and the settle tem r the Soviet economy new atomic submarine build i n pled countrh s of Eastern Europence not change the orld
Florida dog tracks without twe H-bomb. ient of outstanding world prob absorb. plans after al joint congressiona the problem of international ernlgbt," but "It ma point hat Dles said at the s et
winningFlord a d n ge b. ems. Since February 1940 e United subcommittee on atomic military Commumbm-alog with German a direction which 1i foi0owed up meeting
winning a sinle betTh daily Express said these This ame desire, they believe, bates has spent $10,600,000 on matters questioned Adm. Robert nification,- disarmament, and i- vigorously, may lad to relax Othe committee members id
expertss believe Russia did so eith- romptcd Foreign Minister V. M. atomic energy research an devel- B. Carney behind closed doors, tomic weapons. tion o the world tensions now o- D e appe ard c d bly
A F C r because o the overwhelming olotovto serve notice that Rusopment and Britain as spent just Jackson, who previously had But he cautioned against over-lsting." more enthmuuastie about the itua.
SSAAllied stockpile of atomic weap. sia will press for the neutralizee a river one billion. Upward of 0 per accused the Navy of "dragging its 'ptimis. No all-embracing ram- Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey (D. tion in Europe in view Of the Aus.
(.ns, or because it hopes to put lion" of Germany at this summer cent of the totals have been for feet" on nuclear submarines, com.rn ow. he said, will come from the Minn.) said "I feel encouraged; tan peace treaty and the admic-
inrough international disa r m a- l Four conference. T military purposes, mended it for its "foresightedness rton to West Germaan into the
Snient. ussi is, in the view of many Both Britain and the United i deciding now to move with ith At i Treaty rga a
experts on the subject, genuinely States now are shifting the empha greater rapility into atomic pow tion.
for 1 aSIte, "Sovet scientists have not test. ,earful of a rearmed Germany and Iis to atomic programs for indus or." "e L. M e D e.
ed any improved version of the feels the arms race cannot be trial uses. The 'atomic submarine has dem. .: aid Dunes' tetim y "left. no
eperimental H-bomb they explode checked so long as Germany Is The Soviets are believed anx- onstrated its capacity as an ex. m or doubt to. e
cd a year and nine months a 'armed. us to take the same step s a tremely powerful adjunct to the stance of redoubling our efforts to
ne ciency press scnce reporter Cap The Austrian delegates s a d shbrt cut to increased productivi- eet," he said. strengthen the economy of the
man Pincher wrote. their impression was that Russia ty, but they are being held back Aside from the Nautilus, a sec free nations o the "
"Allied experts believe that the tomic cower resources to expand the atomic arms race. Wolf8 is due to be launched this "We ,re goin to met the
WASHINGTON. May 18 (UP)- Russians would be unlikely to ingher industry. n Meanwhile the United States has umme. Two more atomic sub-ew shifts i Russian pocy on.
Two Democratic senators accuse build up stocks of this weapon Western officials estimated that Meanwhile the United ates has w re y by demonstra to the Pe-
.d t Foe yesterday of mi outtrht to improve it the ni as pent be-. sueesfagUdy exploded a "small" a marines were approved in last
.d ddth- Air Force yesterday of mul Pithout trying to improve it. AndI the Soviet h s device somewhere i the year's defense budget. The Navypieree d ht th
.ti-mullon dollar "waste and inef improvement could not be achieve itween 2 and 3 billion dollars on Pac fic to hlp perfect this cous howwll seek four more, bring. nited states w ol d h ap them
ficiency in air base construction d without at least one further try's defenses against R si the total to eight economy reedo so they
They called for a "comprehensive test explosion." growing's submarine fleet, it was ackson said Carney explained can have political freedom,
growingsutmarint ', on request
Senate investigation u aisclos, d in Washington yesterday the a in Se ad
Sen. Denns Chavez iD-N. M.) But Pincher, an authoritative r lanama Universyi multaneously, Sen. e Henry r only three ato sbmu s Me ander Ws.
Chairman oJ a subcommittee on prter on atomic research in saJackson (D-Wash.) said the avy was baed on conditions a year ranking committee wipubliane
tt apppriations said he ritaln, said: "The Russians are eies Grant decided st p tol when h budg etwas irt bea in a R sh s-
as received a repo tha between ll b din up massive supplies ubmarine construction program drafted. SincethentheNauti
10 million dollars and 15 million uf big runs and other convention h because of the striking success of ,u has proved successful beyond not underons a "'age in heart,
a 1o11, was wasted in "needless al weapons which would have li- ir I Hi V the world's first nuclear-powered alo r etons, aksn sid but a dene and t la t
rtnmahrinedrhe boubs." test.iTheraublemportneth at ha be
repetition" of plans for bases in r-ited use -in a war fought witn III U I ubmarine, the Nautilus. Considerable i stance was at psrary chiina e in tactic,
The University of Panama has ise ib budget estimates for test. Tue submar e threat has be- meat to an Austrian treaty aud a
"MuCn greater sums," he said, "If .all 'mass destruction' wea- received a private grant for the next year to include four atomic come increaMgly great with the Big Four meeting "dot.' t mea
"have nsen wasted in trying to ions were banned, this convention first time n its history. Mrs. .ubmarmnes instead of three. The development of guided missiles that they re not still aiming for
execute thest imperfect plans.'" l armament would then gi v e Castora Garcia de Diaz, a Span- Navy now plans eight atomic sub- with atomic warheads which can world revolt o to t we can
Sen. A. Willis Robertson (D them military superiority," Pinch- ish resident of Panama City re- marines in all. It will cut its re.- e fired against land targets by expect arly fa Bast .r
vs.), charged that additional mal- er said. cently donated 2000 acres of land quest for conventional submarineai t.bmarines lying far off the coast. Europe. .
lions have been vested on an A- near atun Lake to the univer- next year from five to four. Yesterday' announcement o
laskan air base which is almost He said intelligence chiefs "are ty News of the underwater atom the second underwater atomic test Wiley said e-L) Ia 'no ears"
elbs because of bad weather satisfied d that work on the H-bomb In other countries It Is custom- blast, only the second of Its kind, history 1aid i indication are aat, B ia ren hown
editions. would not have been suspended ary to endow large grants to ac- was contained in a terse announce 't the test involved no health
Robertson seconded Chavez' re. for lack of technical capability. entific and cultuaF institutions, ment by the Defense Department haard to mainlandor sland in- and Dails "are tp oS to bar.
,,uest for an all-out inquiry into but since among us It has not .nd the Atomic Energy Commis habitants or consumers of fish.," ,in away anyone's tigvhi or be
r as construction by the full Russia may be anxious to relax the custom to help the pion. ve Thboutntlboastosirdts fs
_cS. Garloe, tte full Therestoastsar shing ords or future int ntions
Senate appropriations committee world lenslnns because of the rat has a pe- They said "the underwater ex industry had asked that the test ord or futre
L Saprlopa b u of tuniversic, tnu grant habpe T
Lye S. Garock, assistant Ar train of the atomic arms race on pcaloslon of a small nuclear device no canceled lest it damage sar. Geor id he onted to b
chrc e ecrtaryh bases promised to e.ussia's economy, a highly plac- r .- se de Ia Guardia, ree- in the eastern Pacific ocean has lines during their spawnng pe optimtie" about wod pe co
cheek the Lrcth bases immedt d Autrian delegaon which e t of the uiveraity, accompan- keen sucoesstully completed by rind,
ly and correct any faulty condi gently visited Monscow in advance -Task Force Seven." .. ...The governmenthikesaidi fol- Due
tiUon. -,-f the negotiations which produc- led by vice-rOctor Narciso array,, Task Force Seven.d lowed the recommendations of the
He s-dd ne felt the Air Force cd the Austrian treaty reported Dr. Manuel Cano Llopls, Mrs. tie ls a nd said "no further n Scripps Institute of Oceanography, "I've been optimistic all the
He sDid ne felt the Air Force DAt reore l l wiego Do- The gver ent gve no de-
has done a "commendable job" m Vienna today Diaz lawyer, and Dr. Diego Do nouncement will be nade concern- pers on sea life and crrents while," he id.Thi a grea
on its overall base-building pro mingue C., director of the new- nonthe itary results of the ex avoid any possible damage to nation d we w make s bo
- gram. He commented the bases These souces said Soviet Pre. ly formed information and pub- the military results the fishing grounds. t fight to bring about better can
Were built with a "sense of urn i Nikolai Bulganin personally tion office of the university ement dions that may change the direct
Iency" during the Korean War told members o the delegation went to her home to personally In announcing the test May 9. Although no details were releas-'"
that dnt permit "time orplan War tolmbes o the atomic arms program iswen t her home to personallyant however the Defense Department d there have been guesses that DULLES RETURNS Secretary ofStae Jon ouster Dulles, on ton of th world."
that did.not permit "time eful prplan- tio. at ta tomic arms program s thank her or the rant. aid it was designed to help per the test was held several hundred his arrival at Washinton, is greeted by hs reat-nephew, four- Senate Republican leader wil-
g and careful preparation acin a reat train" on the Mrs. Di aid a actfeet a defense "against submarine miles off Southern California and year-old Deane Manning. DuUe returned from Pris and Vien- iam F. Knowlad (Calif.) said
SGarlock testified in support of c viet economy. de the advice of her lawyer. attack.' involved a weapon with explosive na and said the coming Big Four Heads. of State meeting "holds only that Dulles gave a "fll and
adminitstratifien'srequppotfof. etDron..der Is .huardi ra waid today
0 administration's request f o. Dr. de la Guardia said today Military experts recently have power equaling 1000 to 500 tons some promise of constructive accomplishment." forthright report' to the Foreign
S miOl,000,000 in new money to "The fact that such a valuable laid heavy stress on Russia's sub. of TNT. Relations Committee.
d military bases at home and private grant has been made marine buildup.
broad-about half to go to theTu
Air Force. The duirlng my period as rector of The Soviet% are believed to hsavc
Ai thr Force ce official. AsI the university is a great satisfac- about 375 submarines, include ing
Another ,A Force official. AsLe w tion to one because I consider more than 100 modern. long-range
I tt S ecretary Rogere he is con Judge's Bench this I the first example of pos- types.
74 tthe subcommittee he is con- itive non-governmental coopera- The Navy has said it has no V
dots would prevent any excesss tion with our university.

SHoweer, he urged a twoyear a, wa fined $0 in al- guhed Spanish citizen Mrs.
e ensicn of the law permitting re boa Magistrate's Court this Castora Garcia de Diaz, who has
Sot on defense contracts tomorning on a charge of battery. shown her great affection for W s.MI Sp iciVn
profits. w W h ha... sa hd h WAS A MAN WITH A LUST FOR LIFE..A MAN WHO
Selavast Deember. sed w charged with hav- uniVersity as the most represen- Ab0 a a SD
av reports to his ng used forceand violence on tatve of our Panamanian insti- u u WAS A E ...E ... AM L...
,"wsee show that 4the Air Force the person of Edgar R. Gufllette tutti W S...otMugoslavia
a in Britain were put up with In the town of Gamboa at 12:45 "The intrinsic value of this MOASOA, May 8. (UP) a
utilizes. They aren't in use p.m. Monday. grant is considerable, but of MOSCOW, May 18- (UP) -
.shbeausa th on't us. greater significance is the en- Pravda today described as "ab- ADVENTURER FASCINATIN TO ALL
i sted to have. y manian, was fnd $10 or corn- our economic institutions and the soviet Union trying to WOMEN YET FAITHFUL IN HIS FASHION
.He also said the bases are much miasary trespass. wealthy anxamanians." influence Yugoslavia away from
e than needed rad no spe theWet. ca Cmui ONLY TO ONE...THE LADY WHO FEARED
enot ne the that the "deep cultural and TO SHARE HIS STORM-TOSSED DESTINYI
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Russian-Yugoasav moves toward
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