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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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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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Co6mmyClash

.Why women started fght-
nlag yesterday mornn in LaBo-
ca commlipary remains some-
thing of a mystery.
But before the fracas ended
they: were throwing cans of
Campbel's soup at each other
with such good aim that both
looked pretty banged up by the
time they got tdo' jail.
In Balboa Magistrate's Court
yesterday afternoon Mary A.
Stephen, alias May Dallan, 46,
and Julia L. Fairclough, 33,
were each fined $10 for the bat-
tle.
Introduced as evidence were
several cans of soup. also pretty
beaten up. But testimony did
not bring out whether tWe soup-
cans were dented when they
found their mark as weapons.
It was understood the cans
might have been damaged when
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F*AG Lhave been slightly stove-in at
sea on their way to the lath-
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wASHINGTON, May --Senate Demoute .Leader ocean-slpyaning atomic bombers
Lyndon a Johnson has dmand- and jet fi--ter planes. P.atai AalpiHlbLIU
ed that De enat Secritary Sdme offieman ndakd the .rI be AMEUUIUUIVUI
tharle... Oft e.nd Cna.tists areaL Aof the
stop"" ^thIt.nltat Statesle in ui tet. I
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Russian ir power. -
Johnn and ge1, Stuart Bym-
lngtollt (D-mo.., *former Air
Force seretary.said the ttme
has come o th administration
to cleak up onfllctiA itatementa
bY OCIea h"i' a tng officials
on howUtS. a powW r codipas
with that of R ssia.
The two Democrats referred to
several statements by Air Forde
officials dnee the Defense De-
partment reported MaU 13 that
Russia has made unexpected


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ARMI, May A ... (UP) A
young Brllian painter commit-
ted suicide byV hinmse
off the 12th story fa Paris
apartAgetbuilding at dawn to-
day, police announced.
S plsnter was Identified' s
..Mll xOtto Cateuo pranc.,
-lS Rut Martte rers W
ERtOC J8nero, ACcotrdig to his
Police said there Was no Sm-
medtlte evidence of tftv.


to have these apple their
words and be v thI state-
ments ahe true," he.ad.
6 D4wil D
Ji MuUM I S M the Serv.
Department offldls ianout Rus.
-slan research, development and
production of new planes and
mselles. Rua has expressed
fear previously that thladntion
is underestimgltng'the Bdiets.
Symlngton told thoe Senate ea
Ier that "despite efforts, to sup-
press discussion of the subject,
and despite the confusion of of-
ficial utterances, evidence conti-
nues to pile up that Communist
air power is moving up to us
In offensive striking power."
He said-the Sovets an "mov-
ing ahead of us in the fields of
defensive power, production and
technology."
:Bytlngton:. aid -there is ""no
doubt" the .Uted Stateg is
"Istranger today than over be-
fore Jn peacetme" But the big
"how e. our strength com-
paIe with the streph of the
Comuualst, who hae s often
reiterated their deternnisaton to
destroy us."


Anastasia Amazes Cmert

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CAMDEN, -Nt, 34 4 (UP) fins for evadi$11,742 In in-
Albert AnastaeMaa, as-ttlg Mur-i.' cMe taxes or 7 and 1948.
d tsger ho hasl Because a l gu ty plea, A-
t urp, sud- nastaila. may get off -with pun-
d stopped E law Ishment .g than the maxi-
yerday. He p to' mt r ded,- law.
Ia=ome k tt could U AS. Raymond Del Tufo
e.him to prfeon for 1 years, faa the ea came
ulW Be 51-yeaw ,d rake as a co urp to him .
elftct=v% ir eg a .. a
ad Wo datnINal O t a tot tat_ .Wa to e *Tt
othr charge agalnastbits, took ed ttar foaur pompone.
oe e by murdse wit I h i is _ea0 slce 15.
to end 4 years of de.1 Ihe. last postpmanent came
12eF-B -! gB.y en nent witus.


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The aeny', which claims
co ecto, *Nationaist In-
Wgc r reported some
40 Red Chinese gunboats and.
motorized Junks took part in the
exerdlses.
-M hi slqand Is north of
Ma=Mu, Just oft the Red China
cost. Another Nationalist agen-
cy, meanwhile, reported large
scale new Communist air build-
ups throughout mainland Chi-
na.
Tatao News Agency, organ of
L Natiopalist Interior wMnis-
try, said the Cominuaslta were
constructing airelds both on
the coast and dp within main-
land China InW 4g and Ti-
bet
Tatao sad the Communists
were carrying out non-stop con-
structioa work Mt airfield sites
in Fuklen Province, aust oppos-
ite Formoa, .
At Changtng airfield some
30,000 men were reported work-
ing on aeroa oel storage
tanks aWnd repaIr shops.






WASMINOT0SL May M4 (UP)
Secretary of State John Fos-
ter Dulles with Preaident Risen-
hewer's auirOval has rejected as


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once ebtemebeb1 toWk meant
that the United Safte favored a
role of nearly r Germany.
DOume sMM -news confer-
ence today thatWr. lisenhower
had autt -d- him to tell the
West Germans that the Preadl-
dent's statement should not be
interpnd as Implying U. S. a-
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SWIP OF THE F Mrt This artist's version of the nuclear-powered "Ship of the.Future,"
conceived by Bet. i.Mteel Company engine e, was unveiled at New York City during cere-
monies marking Mtio Maritime Day. The painting depicts a sleek, 600-foot American-flag
passengers-cargo hip able of swiftly transporting 500 passenger' in comfort and safety to
the farthest reaches of the globe. Bethlehem engineers say nuclear power developments al-
ready on their drawing boards make this vision a reality. ,


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WASHINGTON, May 24 (UP) Senote. Republi
Leader William F. Knowland predicted Senate Democi
would fail today in their efforts to override Presid
Eisenhower's veto of the 8.8 per cent postal pay raised
Knowland told reporters he does not believe bad
of the controversial pay bill can muster the two-thirds
required to over-ride the veto. Perhaps significantly, I
ate Democratic Leader Lyndon B. Johnson, Tex., reft
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S. When the President vetoed the tic-steered 84th Congreus.
I/V/nwi n Vnf Imeasure lat week, Johnson had vetoed a postal pay meauref
oscow Openly Threa ens US ald the the Democrats would do Year but the Republbicans ueOw
all they can to enact the mesa- in control then.
ure despite the chief executive's Although the Senate oril'
objections. Mr. Elsenhower call- approved the bill by a vote of
I 0 led the bill too costly, discrim- to 11, far more than a two
SWan rIfnIInn IoRe, Foro Troops Inatory and hard to administer. orit, nowand was
VOn IUtalian olBse r1r roops W J .. ... dentrsome RepubuaM wblpw
The measure to.raise the pay ginally favored the measure..,
ROME, May 24 (UP)-Moscow that the American troop shift Moscow turned on the hat a*s .sothio' m00 ostal rs to override ter pe lt
openly joined the new Com-w being planned. the chamber of tie rUe met m o e v e o
munist drive to establish a re can be no doubt that consilder h = steam e e 'It thet
"neutral" Italy today with the such a measure would Incr e unp~pcoafidence the ova l a* Lr hVa
warning "grave cons-quences" the danpe- of Italy's Im n ..., P u


rhr dflanred -, -..1 o,
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rieo Sclbt 'ad the Moscow repi of a r have been re
radio beam It abros d In the lofn signed over toleede for the phel.ren of uo O e lop

g...wg campaign t e an the dmrlcn Ao r Il.ha twer the drawn In U s. f latlon system emoe to a
Yanks ou" hofdItaly. r aIt rd e for Juryudutediii- 1iieq lt"e in pre seot
American troop ay be shift- .....-ry ne milioSno p t
d to Italy t e nt he I ..sori- f o.. rt n mle coupMh aiv e readyt. .rol S ucht.
neuyII o Bud e b tO Confer e. called up for the paneL fticsnIf Dem Bratic I.
The hard-pressed Red-busting- UuJafsXfnaL defeated'
oiered, however, was ruhorteid W. tLi tohrr Kna .U hm lTwoo- uryvtrials have bnwre .
stinks firmly to his o nokeman announl y to- quested, one for the20, Le o B albo ring The utcohme of the veto 1M
d cited pres reports" pected to raivehargi and the oth oBonr ao i's expected to have atii




e- ttedaO n r evening, the spokesman A o Aaron, 21 was fd Of c the 125 nae drawn lmpted portst effect on the le of e
front lines the neutral.ty !' 1V KIoinI ff real Oiferin himself to another rape.ut raise eventually voted sho
Austria acceptedIhe xc e aS lt mol e for unnatural se on vne million other go" ai
foSSr freedom frommlitary. BONN, Germany, May 24 (UP) resulted In a fine of he four married couples whose employ under te iv e.
cup~~n, formed political Cnce inrd Adener i alboaMaistrate's Court names were drawn f6r the JuI d ce System.
qu sarter "th his, aeeokeyw ludD., age 24, a Panamanian..Constance L. Bishop of Balboa;
They linked t with this sadors from Washington, London peoap, w e f n dap. 1- S




lArt,4 asteealpeople ore fned $10 Willam D. CumngAlnoAtnd Vir- RP rl Scout
week, vt to Bgrade ba and ParisU at his Black Forest ve- datb for trespassingr.d is Cuenn ina of B a o
ee .will try to we Tito ment spokesman anno t.a uone uc nsfitTo e
rate neunutrs buffer zone day. D46,olanda Batista, 20, Lesslack of Balboa Heights; and .
betwe. wester E e = Datista,U and Charles William B. and Marion Mallory, UbJ Tomorrw ',.N
the Soviet.satellites. The three ambassadors are ex- .St,4OlairEleco k,24. All'are who reside In one of the Paclfic ,He
Pravda cited "press reports" pected to arrive in Bonn this aft- sideomPanumaniannitose'.... .A -PGirlleost -,,0",
said.e A..eleanoAaron, 21wa fin Of the 125 names drawn for the Show Sil dnse wu beftl
CZ -RedC Tshe- Forein Oc s s .mesame.ofiense. jurypanel, about one-f fth have moom ight attho i Sh
ers ony es a hd anoncedkatn ma a .ru r,39,aJamaican,established that they will be away Th_ t w..With -4
.........duc W ied $10 for being found from the Isthmus on vacation Dor ..s Waltesa .
Issues Appeal a news conference thathr n m-tLWt%?ed on Retervoir.HIll, butI.during the mouth of June, the US the m ture.ain.ae
F or Ued Clothing ,,.sday athat theme eting. a nt of the fine was1 ,sbsal's office revealed-reYto.-
For Used Clotlhing t place at the end of Wthe .. .. .the .+a
week or during the weekend. Another woman, AngelaAna'"
A irU J MU& ea o sed, WVAut an ofial'anuncement~ VIrfrJuyj1 n ue9


ad. the Tivoli Service Center. This theifate for which they have been tae in m asmsw, -.m.
fine was also suspended. called. roMter g. dances o.,


STongay Admits Blameln D


StOf Tot-But Includes Societ
Ie MIAMI, May 24 (UP) Swim. and May 6th. 1953, he is respon- "I am fairly failiar 0*
he minx teacher Russell Toniay sible along with society In the statement I gw poll. aM
admitted in a letter from prison death of hbl daughter, K a t h y press immediately tow_
today that he was responsible Tongay, age 5 years and 11 daughter deathh and .
for his little daughter's h i3 h- months, by causing and requir- that Wis statement Is m
dive death two year ago tbut Ing, her to. dive from a high to-. am illy awave of 3 -
said that society should share ier int a pool, thereby causing btnmy a t tW I &jt
the blame, her to aSfw mortal Injuries, revwel .ltlS% a
which utm occurred In aa- W-b.1 ..-,. ;
a "I believe that the Society in ml Deach. ,- .n s.-W..
which I lived was equally re-' *Admitsd guilt as stated a-, dl '
e ponsible la its encouragement above and '-ltes this story:
i and exploitation of my ch I l- Since my abildren were infants, bell. that the golety1w
dren's talents," Tongay Wro'e my wife and I instructed our IB" ,,e--da e
the Miami Dally News and the, children it swimming and div- in Its e.,ncourngm qS t a
Miami Herald. ing, perfr ing er a tintd erf"r" ,o
Tongay, 39-year-old ex-Coast water show .. 4n 1949. Wait den ChBim ,S
Guardsman, trained his daugh. "Kay A 18 months of age
tsr, Kathj, and her brother, at the%%w diving from the iOj S S St0
Subba, to beams accomplished foot level t'fie some tower and .
quac stars. t--an age when Into the In which she 4..
moat children baWely could tod- waas l ured. Prom th -is *
ie. He weant o j l May 12 to period tme of her death
Wart a 1a sealauighttr our were known as the
WaLdenL.O m- al. uwenpaper5| .
osnurd W to asd a 'be, jing an
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issued by the Canal Zone
Chapter of the American Red
Crom io Banboa.
Cdnal Zone residents, who are
preparing to leave for the States
on vacation are especially re-
minded that the Red Cross can
make use of any old clothes
which might be discarded at
this time.
The clothing can be brought
to the Red Cros headquarters
on Q&lulard Bghway or ar-
rangements can be made for it
to be kicked up by calling 2-3669
or 2-330L


I U VM Mr iU Ugbe 01 U
planned conference had been
vanced.
Adenauer summoned the amb
sadors back last weekAin the s
Prise move. Informed o u r ce
said the Chancellor wdpdistrut
over popible move t dutraiae
united Germany at tJke forthco
ing ig Four talks ith the I
vietS. They said he would w a i
the western allies tu rough
Washington, London and Pa r
ambassadors that any such st
is completely unacceptable to t
Bomn government.


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THE MAIL BOX

The Mell Box Is one ferum for readers of The Ph a Ameriea.
Lettn area received grtofully end Ore handled i. e *vCsoe fideontial
If wat-eentribute le does' be Impeqet if I deea'l eppee theo
sent day Lotten are publhed Is di a eo r" Wl
Please try to keep the iltens limited to e peg lenth.
Identity of loer writers b held I eldtest emefidese.. .
This qewm per Mume me Mssbly fer f taostsao sa oplales
Seprued In lfersn from re Ods.

AN OBJECTION
Sir:
Recent events have brought Into bold relief the pressing
necessity for concerted action on the part of the "Local Rate"
(Negro) employes of the Balboa Storehouses. It is imperative
that we get together at the earliest time possible to formulate
a clan of action designed to obtain from the pDesn manage-
ment some semblance of justice, consideration anid respect, con-
sonant with our status as humans nand public workers.
We can not complacently sit aside and see our many yeurs
of faithfuL-service to this organization desecrated, and Illow
ourselves to be sacrificed upon the altar of oolltila- expediency.
We can not complacently sit aside and be a mute sectator
to the obvious inception of a third caste system,,n ttthe Cal
Zone, formed by a minority of our very country people who
would readily barter the best interest of the country and even
honor for the dubious honor, of self-exaltation at the expense
and even uvon the ruin of the majority. *.
The east we can do lU to present our most enphatic protest
aralnnst the systematic repacemenht of Negro PaIamanians by
favored Panamanians whose Interest in the Canal until recently
was strictly intrinsic and abstract.
"Quo Vadis"
AN EXPRESSION OF THANKS
Dear Sir:
Through your columns I would like to express the thanks of
the International Bureau to all those members and friends of
'the Boy Scout Movement who are so. generously sending their
contributions of used and unused postage stamps, to the Inter-
natJonal Scout StamD Scheme.
The proceeds from the sale of the stamps are being used to
hict'ease the development work of the Scout MovemuCnt in vari-
oux parts of the world. The continued supply of stamps will be
mot welcome. They should be sent to the Boy Scouts Intern-
tinal Bureau, 132 Ebury Street, London, S.W.,I.
I am,
Yours sincerely,
D. C. Spray, -
Director.
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Supreme Court Sets Aside officially.
S No unemployment has been
caused. Satisfactory adjustment
Shave been made ,n wages 1n
Three Contempt Con c ons working conditions, states an of-
Sficial British source. t
S-- o There is no alar here. The b
SBritsh counterpart of the AFL-
WASHINGTON, May 24 (U )- r-treasurerof the indenpendeot CIO says,-in (act,'that, "A sense
The Suprem Court raled today United Eler al Workers, Thomn- of proportion can be maintained
'eluetant wi ,ess.s have broad as Qitnn, kO.Borganizer, and Ph'- about the ct of aut on
newa i ming tir constitu- lip art, former managing on nduasfe and relay .
privilege against self incri-torof t.e New York Commutn W ti l
iination bef ore congressional Daily Worker. e edlyj L
committees. tlon
Chief Justice Earl Warrep held The chief justie also ruled that the r' Coui v to
for the er mao that a congressional committees must the A L,. utve oun v)
fusal to testify c gne give witness adequate warning store e;" to e
language II suff l t that a refusal mea sub t jectim p
ri;ualistie form or t maIn to prosecution so that 1i has a ande machinery o -
pbrase is essential." "clear cobc" dustry" said the labor leadersI
SThe three rulings set aside the here recently in an official state-
contempt convictions of two left- 'If it is true that in these times ment.
wing union leaders and a Commu- a stigma may somehow r esu t
Daily Worker newspaper offi- from a witness's reliance on the "All trade ones experience with
*el who refused in 1949 to answer self-incrimination clause, a' com- changing processes in industry
qu!tion! s of the House eUn-Ameri- mittee should be all the more rex- shows ti to be the best way toa
can Activities Committee. dy to recognize a veiled claim of' settle th les they bring."
They are Julius Emspak, secre- privilege," Mr. Warren said. MeanwIi, the General CouncilI
is kein a close watch on the
He added that "to treat the self- spread ofautomation. It has hired i
incrimination privilege narrowly top level scientists.
h1 mos A pdor begrudgingly-to treat it as an ihese scientists advise the Brit-
I h historcalreli, .at most merely tobis unions. A preliminary study
be tolerated-is to inore its devel- already has bee made by the
opment ad power TUC through its intific Advi-
S o t IThee visions were the latest inomitee Unions with x-
p xv . la series interpreting the Fifth -era in automation and elec-.I
pro, tedAmendment's guarantee that "no tero c are polled for
rson... aa Ibe compelled. .. eir BS"
high precision to be a witness ,gamt himself."
^ "T ' +u _.. The oawbihed scientist-laborT
In anotlr ease the court ruled prelJamna study "forecasts that
Sto 2 that the attorney general automaton will In time develop
11 does not d eive an alien ofa fair in a wa.erange of industries and
hearing b publiclp branding him a introduced more
ncharat t illep Iatroduca moreva
^ ItttfBHB unde+irabe."and mo c,, jobs of a repetitive
The case had been a p pealedm by hat o But h bee snd.reveals
J;.oseph Acardalleged, New Jeto that no ,Oo h bei hurt.
soy racketeer, who has been or- f BritiA unions work closely
I idere.,d deported t his naive Ita- with the Industruai s) this field.
ly. I In at Thst 0 Iadustries. there
NO ruling "as'frhoi IT are o research associations
o r was forthcoming on ~s gg pew processes or matri-
the crucial issue of how and when a tl-t e on to. member firms.
the states must end racial segre ga the research groups
gation in their public schools. The we pm only by employers. Now
next decision day is Tuesday, May tlW onions ae swinging into re-
31. selrch in the hope that new fields
Justice John Marshall Harlan, will in turn,
--^.:y 0 newest member of the court, s!' b w j' b .
1;- i sented in all three contempt cas- j e, moment, the British In.
:. V es. Justice Stanley F. Reed d ain Service people report
n e nted frOm the uinn a lo Arem offid also
A decislonsa nd J ce Shr at ~~~ing boards of 16 re-
Minton from the Bart desiio.. amre asslociations in such fields
M E' .' Quinn and Emspak had beeirot a,, *. .cotton, furniture and
*a-te ',) ^ sentenced to six months in tl,.priftg. Eight more boards will
S andBart to three months. ASSV-S ,phve labor rrepre station.
: FU., '1VwWn ,W, -,. were fined $600.
"A, y the attittode here is
S a Warren said his ruling does. =t stve watchful wait-
.% "g leave a congressional commithuend cry, nor
"defenseless .at .the ands of a *automation of Industry.
4 26.000 Aflid War Pelots scheming witness intent on decep-
mmk.ltaua e, ^ protect ion." He said that when a wit Indead, both sides are takin
,. ash nckamud nelm tios to questions, "the way is -p he-r, fis, higher
n $ta.ght,waerproof ways open for the committee to nd better way of life
-d, inquire into the nature of hi ea t h 'r machines.
304"i, .aon, te cim-before making a nings." }
self-wladhtgmovement The dissenters contended t h e
committee fully appraied the trio .
i -- of the chance they were taOng,
that the questions themselves
:." l f were not incriminating and that
Emspak and Quin did not proper.
ly state their objections.
4 parrot t In other cases the court:
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LONDON--I would not. leave
gentle old .Iwty Wtlema a d
about th wi.ban ultra modern
thin~artMI~ees t be al ad"i'
so many UI. labor leaders-auto
nation. ..
thfo r i, not only th
home of great theatre and womap
ful itUla stalls In the streets
Shepherds Market, but EnglandUm
the Iirta o, te st dl 1
trial r tvoulb. slpite the
history of an ancient day wS
workers Smaslei. newangle ma-
chines, the British Trades Unio
Congress (the AFL of EnglalL)'
taking a very calm view
of automation.
And they have it here, you know.
They've discovered electdics,
too. In fact, there is one oil crack-
ing installation which produes
2,000,000 gallons of petrqle9u de.
rivatives daily-and is operated
by 'a five-man staff.
Automatic sroceses and el-
tronic controig are oommopolee
in the steel mical and off. -
duftries and Q ee being uoed
creasingly in office work.
may or may not be Univac. Bat
it Is automation in the factory
and white collar fields, Just a
In the U.S.


They have a robot cook-4the
Kenwood Chef-which can do any-
thing in a private kitchen or re-
taurant except taste .the food It
prepares. Push a gadget on it and
it peels, sieves, liquidizes, beats,
ss, chops, cuts, minces, grind
shreds, sales, kneads and mixd
foods. It extrts juices, prepames
sauces, slies and shreds meats,
cooks them, of course and grinds
coffee and brews it. From soup
to coffee, of course, with the prees
of a button.
It can possibly displace cullhary
workers-but hare they ask, "Can
it taste?"
What has happened?
"So far as is known... auto-
mation has caused little if any
redundancy, though some workers
have had to change their jobsl"i
the Trades Union Conxress says'


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Same Old Peace Plan

By Peter Edon

NBA Washington Corre pondent ,western permanent Security Coun- governments" legislatiVe and execd
WASHINGTON (NEA)-First, l men.bers would have 2,800,000. tlve information on armaments
#xmaination of Russia's latest di The Russian plan would freeze and budgets.
rmanment proposal shows it to biTall military budgets and armed! The U. S position on controls,
as full of bugs as a back-yard forces At figures no higher than on golng back to the original Barueb
garden. Dec. 31, 1954. plan, his been that International
This is not something for con- This would mean western Ger -Iontrol over the- production of
sideration by the proposed Big many would not be rearmed. Also, atomic energy nmterals be estab.
Pour Cnfezence of the heads of all foreign forces would be wif lashed first. AAfter controls
govern -ent and their foreign ain- orawn from Germany and all mill were working, the bomb would
bters. The Russians propose that tary bases on foreign soil woulJ then be, banned.
heir new plan be put latb effect be dismantled. The aim here clear- Last year Sir Gadwyn Jebb and
by the United Nations General As ly is to wreck the North Atlantic Jules Moch of France proposed
iembly. which meets next ih Sep. Treaty 'Orgarization. gradual imposition of controls, one
ember. In the past the Russians have step at a time, is practical
As a starter, the plis has been always insisted -on voluntary re- thods could be d on pilot
presented. the U. N.'s third .pe- prting of. armed strength ad nations. .
'isl d i ment subcommittee ensus ansppein by ttero e Russ 1tu that down
teaf% 0 of- rvers. the ca new 0a1,%
/s abe t asis for ow the woul be
.8l ecs are: b a*iainents, wned ey would
9 atomic qohb. q al one b alter agreement ci oh ve, whe would be
foreign ahilary bases, Then b U. N. disaraiama t onvention. d .id W pay them?
b all national propgBanda But the a have nor e aps i milli af'mf would be
Idr war swang over at ast part way to required
The Russians have modified their riropose two kinds of inspection. Past experience with Com.-
position on a few points. One would be an international miunists on internatiqual control
Their previous stand has beep commission reporting to the U.N. teams in German 1 401e and In-
that al, conventional armaments Becurlty Council on the reduction lchiha has ..not beei god.t
be reduced by a third. Under that j a destruction of *tomic weapqos, The Russias' new proposal on
!ormula. RuE a. and Red China, This commission wouldd qWlsQ .e toiAc matters wpuld go far be
Ath the largest, armies would made reaponible for bans on the yond mere disarmament. It would
Stay that way. urt sting of atomic 'wea ms quire states wm experience tm
Now the Russianm propose ths: and heit e -- except in def i the prodaltion of tomic energy to
America, Russia and iRed Cin wa-ia approved by the tSecurlt nare their knowledge and secrets
be allowed a maximum of 1,500,000 Councl', rith all other countries.
men, Britain and France 50,000 Since the Russians could use President Eisenhower's atoms
each. their veto in Security council, that xur-peace plan of December, 1963,
would seem to stop effective action offered the Russians a deal of tin.s
This is a prorimatel what Sir there. sort. -Up to now they have spurned
Gladwyn Jebb of the U. K. pro The other inspection which the it.
posed for the western powers in Russians now say they will accepti The Russians also propose that
1953. The Russians turned it down is an international control agency all international trade-barriers be
then. under 2e1eral Assembly. t dropped as part of their disarmi-
But It is noticeable that under would bi authorized to set up con- ment plan. Tm is i intended to end
this plan the tWo Communist pow. irol posts.in ig ports, rail centers.' present free-World embargoes
rs would have a 3,000,000 man motor i aand airfields. It would n shipping strategic materials to
maximum force while the three btve utiaibited access to alli a Coyamunist countries.


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Conpeusman Adam Claytoz ?Uw)B .ao larf -of
of the thrma negroesin tlah Reae of Bapreaentatlvae, bt the
rnarbund when he first tie to see ebo folowiite
return jrom the Bandung OCpfterence. tw t wia e eo el
Marked bout tnhe naroua trf m a'"nea Itin. n t Sn
ington s, he sent a q to Powell's of f,. a Vnd .ilted
him to the White HoMse. or %
The conference, it followediwas sshedued to last 15
minute but continued !oe 935, ..-%
1 I am 1In. 12"aof a dileptma abouthe. o
cololalln," l're*ie13 i "0,o ;i -J Sm.iu no
it, 'whether it s practLced the C mmunahor.-0by our- ffl d
On the other hand, it Is dlfIuu to uw against Ol iyOwlike
france, which has fought and died wIth our own soldlera from
revolutionary days, especially when Franie is fighting another
type of colonialism, the Communist brand, in Indo-hina "
At Elsenhower's request Powell promised to prepare a mem.
orandum on the "colonialsm" question, setting forth hia-vliws
for the White House and State Department. Powell, a Democrat,
Is now at work on this, with GOP congressman Ralph Judd of
Minnesota, a former missionary In China.
"I followedd the Bandung Conference very closely in. the
newspapers and am very proud of the way you spoke out for
mIno fles, said the President.t Is a subject lose to my own
"I know it is, Mt. President, replied Powell. "I wouldn't
have been able to speak out~the way I did if it wasn't for the
Supreme Court and yodr own efforts for racial Integration In
the United States in the last two years."
As the meting broke up, the President oampla t*d bout
his bursitis.
"It comes and goes and, let me tell you, it is mighty pain,
ful at. times," he said. -"My doctor is trying overytimn. fltO
now I am on a diet of soybeans. I-am taking soybeans in ever
way, shape, and form, from breaklea, food in th mrna until
salads in the evenings' r -
"Personally, I. don't lik the taste of soybeans," admitted
Ike, 'but I'm willing to go along with the expriment U t Icure
my bursitis.- N
Senate Ware Battle ..* .
I -:ld id to the public but th.


Democrats and Republicans for and. 1a .
Hitherto, the Davis-Baeon aet ha reu that elng
waget be paid only on federally aided reports and als
In other words, when- contractors get federal funds to build
hospitals or airports, they must pay a wtge fixed by the La4bor
Department as prevan in tat ea. They can't cut wage
below that figure. ,
Neuberger, therefore, proposed in a secret session that when
the government allocated money for highways, highway-con-
structin labor abould also be paid the prevalng wage. His
ameoiftent was immedlate passed with the ative support
of CommNitt6e Chalinmn Demus Chaves of New'Mexico an 4
Patrick McNamara, big, friendly freshman from Michigan, both
Democrats.
Next day, however, contractors got hold of their GOP
friends on the committee, said they -4dt-t want thousands' of
new lobs to be upgraded in pay. romp Se. Norns Cotton
of New Hampshire came to their defense; demanded that the
committee reconsider the Leuberger amendment. Back and
forth across the table Cotton and Neuberger argued.. .
"My people in New Hampshire will be forced to py wages
as high a those in Boston," said Cotton.
"We don't want coolie labor buil4dig our interstate high-
ways," retorted Neuberger. "If men building airports have to
receive decent pay; why not those building 0o.W.?" .
Finally the committee voted. The labor-standards proposal
survived by a single 40. This was the lineup:
V thewage provision: Demorcra-hves c of .New
M4ic ,. rofOklahoma Gore of Tennessee, Sylngton of
ubourt, [MeNaiara ot Mcigan, Neuberger of Oege a
Itepu* ieaJCuchel of 6Caliorna. -
To nSa t8 provision: Republicans-Martin of
..Peunylan..Case f u.th Dakqta Cotton of NMew H Am ire,
Kruska of Noeraska. Bush of Connectcut; and DenomratcTaur'
nIwd of South Carolina. .
Note was a Republiken, Tommy Kuchel of Callfornlb
who prOVl the one-vote margin which enabled the Neuberger
| amndmet o survive. Kuchel must- run for re-electidan li
195 faces a rd fight in a state where organized labor is strong
and where Gov. Goodwin Knight ha, a close alliance ith
A lt leaders. Kuchel voted to acutte the wage piovsilon,
t would ave defeated, but Kuchel too might have. been
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P4 Dlo ubletet to hotels no tbein picketed.
.' '., HetraBp threatened to uge lcf-
ao e n git 9- ets a. the otler side of Glecayne
tH 4igi6 Clares Gay, in Mimai, but withheld ac-
O ~ nfirtrwtsb In progr tian at-the-.request of MPayor Abe
s be A t ause of fe Florida
e gr W not on pow rit progress.
of the hotel Aronoidt b attempts to
e, reor The. had Iteappar-
ttfei rgtgnfq ew ork, said he ent effect the tourist business.
t 12000 ballots Four majo irine reported n-
tecas JI -te strie vote. Her- omIng travel continued to i
ver te vote wll crease during the strike period.
S ate ac to et~h However, an area wMde walkouA f
Idl O .siAd lAl those might serouslp damage the mush-
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SuthfiS Telephone Workers

Vole To End 71-Day Strike


ATILANTA, ay 24' (UP)--8 cals were -small while "a great
iltg southern Bell workers voted number Of locals" have schedul-
t al niseetings throughout the ed meetings today and tonight to
So*.ttday on whether to eno vote on the contract.
the record telePhone 'stri ke,
anc early returns were "heavi- Agreement on a new contract
ly 'Wavo~" of accepting a new was reached last Friday ni g h t
contact oVrked out by unsia after two weeks of4 almost con-
and' comafti*9 negotiators. stant meetings between compa-
A spokesman for CIO Commu- Py and union representatives un-
nicftione'Workers of Am erica der the guidance of the Federal
sai oly about 15 of the 130 Mediation and Conciliation Berv-
CWA Iocals in Southern Bell's ice.
nine-state re have report t ed
their vote. The strike, longest in the hi.s
The ballots ran "heavily in tory of the nation's 22 Bell sys-
favor of ratification;" he said, teams, entered its 71st day to-
but the majority of the' 15 lo- day but the violence which high-


Crowded Conditions
Fadcng Colleges,
Canmeg.ie rp. Says
N-W YOWL r ay 23 (UP) -
Crowded condition facing Ameri-
can colleges and universities in
the ftre uld turn them into


the robems of higher educational"
In the iorporlon 's annuae report,
Gardner said -the national enthu-
siasm for high education has
oured great numbers of young
people into tolleges add universi-
ties ...
"These institutioa have done a
vacant job of accommodating the
flood of students" he said, "but
consequences: Incredibly large in.
sdieutiuns, theater sized classes,
production line methods, absence
of individual treatment, and stu-
deift anooyoity." "
He said'that with the remen-
i1 do4. expansion anticipated over
th*l next decade, such conditions
might be rad inteynsities But
eigh the country music
"re C tifo 'large numbers,
it should i t .reconele itself to
such b dcdititns.
He snld 'mass production" edu-
catidpal methods which "process
very large numbers of students
with a minimum of personalized
attention" are not necessary.
If the trend toward huge insti-
tutions and regimentalized clas-
ses is uot reversed, he said, ta e
crowding could destroys significant
Ze-aid that one of the major
pro of crowded classes is
b "e- tthe Thebri
students, be dnot ke are
of themselves;,as some people
say, but ".ofte become bored or
drop by ot wayside from lack of
atteation." .


ligntedt ne prolonged walk out
was absent. The CWA had an-
nounced Friday it would pre-
serve the "status quo" with pick-
et line around teleph on e ex-
changes until a new contract is
signed.
The agreement Includes the
controversial 'i/no-strike" cla u s e,
a TSothern., Bal spokesman has
said, but unioq, negotiators said
eith union demands."'
-Under the cont ract, s0e 50,-
00 telephone wt oer
ceve'pay'raeP of jft '1 l to
$4 a week. Other benefits also
were Included .,
The company has a week in
which to get striking employes
back to work but many of them
are expected to resume their
jobs as soon as the contract Is
signed, however.

Help Your Plies
Dn't mufft frre= painful, Itohin
Plli another hour without tryla.
Chinarild. Upo appatiotlon Chinariwk
starts eurbin Pite miNrisw :
2,e. qWo64m tissue. elpH 1% tum
srl ttirta.4 m.,embrans d anld Ci


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stopped a lre

41 also set fire to
the, r businessman forcing.
po double their patrols in
the of the town.
.Only an tamnenas effort by
the, French forces, Informed
sources teel, will succesfuly en-
able them to crush the rebel
"Army of God," which could hole
up In ,he. rugged Aures moun-
tains and retain the element of
surprife, indefinitely.
The terrorists have continued
to show increasing zeal recently
by attacking the security forces
In their camps. Last night they
fird on tb 9th battall opf the
local Althrlan Goum lment
woun.nding'-a corporal and two
soldiers. ,
Here in Algiers terrorists at-
tacked two, European business-
men and;,haked them with
knives graVely wounding both.
One of the attackers was later
shot down by police.,
The rebels continued their at-
tacks on crops and fired 25,000
vines belonging to the mayor of
Fondouck.
In neighboring Morocco there
was A similar tale of murder
and terror. Manuel Sananes, out
for a walk with, his pregnant
wife in Casablanca, was shot
and killed by an unseen assas-
sin.


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Priests To Follow Chases Oui U. S.

language Formula 'Pirale' Shrimpers
VATICAN CITY, May 24 (UP)- POZA RICA, Mexico. May 24e-.
'Zhe Vatican has authorized Catho- (UP)-A Mexican Coast Gua'rd cut-
lie priests in Argentina to follow ter chased 20 H. "pirate" fish.
up certain Latin-language form. ing boats out teritorial waters
las of the acrament of baptism yesterday but failed to capture
with Spanish translations, Vati. any.
can sources said yesterday.
'Similar privileges were granted Officials said the A m e r I c an
Acently to the clergy in .English shrimpers, apparently fishing il.
#d French speaking counties legally within the nine-mile limit
amd in some nations Of Latin A- claimed by Mexico, fled w h en
I erica, including Colombia and they sighted the approaching cut-
Venezuela. ter.
!The permission applies only to They charged the Americans
abmme parts of the ritual expecial- are "getting forgetful" of internal.
1 the exchange of questions and tional agreements and ordered
answers between the priest and stricter vigilance by all Mexican
e person to be baptized (or his naval units to prevent further
father when it is a child. violations.

hlneso Studlbe s the Chinese high school! 'ast night.
lhinese WH ie Minister of Education C h ew
S' i Swee Kee sail the new govern-
U~mMMent action did not mean capitu.
na e AfterVl lation to 'the students' demands.
n i He said the governmentt found ti
i aMV AU imni~ t RllftHK wiser to perit the allU.partp com-
.UV OIIN I v |1 mittee to mnvestiate the situation
I .of the Chinese schools n a calmer
BINGAPORE, May 24 (UP) -- atmosphere.
ousands of Chinese students


tAint on the appeal of House
S Assembly all-party committee Itv
tie government announced it At e s hn
Blacklisted students nor serve f r m rol- ia
a 14-day notice on school manage- twin Mendoe.
S enat committees to show cause medicine, recently
y the three choofr should not tcen-une Americai
Closed. ]urg and bronasbI
The elated students considered Monda e wrk e so fa
t is a complete surrender by the way" I' L i *natu
vernment to their demands for iotree on ,
conditional o p e n in g of the uinep me you oon f
Iools. They proclaimed t h aei ai te ,ou hing
"victory" on banners and pi a- ,I'ay. see bow Nue
S crds as they marched, singing ep toniht and ho
d cheering, in the grounds of Ul tm s toed w.

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S'i f WASHINGTON, MAY ft (UP) erwhe ori." He sald gram under which the fede ral 1
CdmmttU e e w -i4 o9trbute 83A;
INSg ua. Land=n W. Jo4a4"" AI, Ithe MtiteW mteYp on. 32
4 .- Tex.) said today the nine-manopped t program llion hn the sates T biion.
Sae0 , so, ".* e ena te Democraticl. ic Coum-'on t 'wo co kt og ADIIOr, THE .,Preildent's
S. .' iittee h agreedd. aously It olsaot more mo antsfor itate4oeal construction
-"'U Jt] that President meephowers 101- to an idta t way -yate of 62 billion in other roads.
rbee at billion-dollar highWay piog ram d 1oando leBss and farm-t*
.-fin "a Vita it in`&ut- ;tauty S.i a bad bill." market ^ t f Demr rats objected strongly to
o w. t 2acom.y I "bdad to o t' an administration flan to helix
R-- caly aetat for Johnson, senate Dinocratir 3. It.gooletthe a finance the program thr ough
To ev tar hi the Itader, sade ,the 'anounement tion rathm o Congress dOid special highway bonds. Go r e
Is a Sates he.air a, M he obtained unanlnaous on-. wethe there n should be and other Democrats charge d
Sa llarino, n ace I the s ent for showdown wtes tomor- spent J3onp called this aa this was an effort to circumvent
u ter Mr. and Mrs. Aq"a oanmil Pr iuient Walter r ow o oaw on the adminastrlou's ro- "abdi tt f obagressibnal re. the anntoal debt limit.
I Valln 0o, Calle Elviramen. R. V. CarletOn, Vitoepr&VuIa of gram and a D .iocrhtle ubstl sponalblity.
hi been accepted for en- ~.e ras er te saiimmd: tut sponsor ed by Sen. Albe n t .
I m 11 tb 1ihe School Divislan i o W e it, a important that an Gore U-Tenn. In res to critician by Sen.
I of Gulf Park Coleg, sad will en-. airtra;lportation ve Walter r.. ge .(D-O.), the
Steer in Septba Her sister, Maul its pa n the vr in The Senate aeed to limt do- Senate an amendment o
Mis ow a student at Gulf ark. fast and zurlous tvL It is bate Wednesday to tw ours on the Go~ IoI out pro
Miss Eat Endar. too is a stu- more o nt that it insure coach amendment and two hours vision at would have permitted
det tehe. the blsafety at all times. on final action on the Gore bill. the fdral. government, at the
olr mus Afianon.-- mbinem "Sincoe the founding of Bran- The President's program, re- request o t's tate, to control ad-
mein's Allsabce Combles iff t n 192S, the peley of our ejected by the Senate Pub I c vertising rights along a inter-
^^ Kee" And Baby Shower Mcompany and all our employes Works Committee, will be offer state highway. .
On sday evening, May 17, a has ee to put the safety of ed as a substitute amendmenJ1 Oeorge sald he feared the pro.
Baby Shower was held for Mrs. our gers and our pcrs6n- for the Oore bill. vision would have resulted In %
o s, Kaufman at the home of Te an other coWsdersa- Johnson predicted the admint.- .decided trend toward federall-
r. bo elusrp pr fomowe tlor." .. .. ..a tratlon plan will be rejected and .auon. He Added that he dis-
the regular rise aotay bus iea CatietOd, who head the gp- the Gore bill passed. without l.es a number of features In
S meetingof theWomen'sA eratimae developmns t o te substantial Change, by "an ov- thedmnistration's highway pr n
o Th Unitarian Soet of worpnted out examplesof a---- The Gore bill calls for con- FOR A NEW ,MATENNITY
boa. how erta aety meares put M aw Chapel struction of 18 billion doll ars WING
S"Decorations in charge of Mrs. into effect by Braniff on its "n 'a worth of new highways In the
Nom F Jhnson e in pi n Latin erican routes have n- five ears beblnning July 1I 19- at Santo Tomas Hospital-
green and yellow, ewmpe loyin tribute. to better, passengerT go e Silt 56. oe federal gov*rumen wo BUY A BOND TODAY
crepe paper and balloons for the st recent additionput up $12,0,000000 the staes to the (as low as $10.-)
gift tray, and with the same color Most recent addition to the5
. scheme carried outein tme network is a very hilh freouen-At Fort Kobbe The administration bill calls and EARN 6% INTEREST
-. freshments and in the tall candles cy VOR omnirange radio ttd in- for a 1-year 39-bilUon-dollar pro
and flowers on the buffet table. stalled at La Paz, Bolivia. This
The guest list included, other than all directional aid is the first to Bids will soon be opened and .
those mentioned above; Mrs. Ed. be" put into operation on the contracts awarded for a new cha-
ward Barlow, Mrs. C. A. Batal. South American continent. pel-to serve meal of all faiths--
den Mtmrs C. R. Bowen, Mrs. W. on the site of the present chapel at
ME S. Ireleandirs. H. Jenks, 3| f C lFort Kobbe.
myers. Morales and Mrs. o. While building s ,in process,
S myers /A VU l,- ISunday services will" e held m t / I h/ /
OA. ]Eti Durig e business session pro- tfGII C Fort Kobbe theater until complet-
cedinge etlieSwerVplansItVted byi tion of the new structure. Protes-
eunce the engage- year's activities were presented by tant and Catholic Sunday morning
ibert Hugh Nourse, the Program, Service and Inter- H ie g LaWb services will be conducted there, /0
ourse, U.S.A. faith Committees, The Women's w observing the usual schedule. A/
ears at the Balbos Alliance was organized locally Ino CUCA3O; May 24 (UP)-The w the new chapel coming
t Andver a- January of 1947, andis a memberNational Assocation of ea it the new chapel becoming
tending Stoph es rian- and other Liberal Christian Ette f yards said todasya recan their alssisttsd ys p ial as
WItomen, with headquarters Cl 'ordber o f8 237 America n their assistants,hided ys peci
Womenwith Bdetail headquarters in Bos- ord, have been movinif seats
United states Mill- ton, Massachusetts, w hic ch, in ti viterSly a nt o B e 1 and other o7bets from the old "
were stationed for turn, Was organized in 0, and hou g as to cut don structure to a temporary "annex"
remany friends In incorporated In 12l. lums d h oen above the Post Office where, spe-
MnNourns -are Te association, w heropen, cial services will be conducted
.d 0 CadrL itsc annual conventon n nere, .nian ad chaplains' offices established.
soal CityBaink f Mesdames Edstroa And Davila the figure In May last year was The same schedule is planned as
nat MP sty Ta Iolntroduced.To Ft. Gulnck Club only 188 cities in the past. Catholic mass will be
t weddingst vbe Mrs. Gene Duvall and Mrs. Per Walter S. Dayton, Bayside, N. held at 7, and 9 a.m. Evening
it ps.nt Wes.t H. Langsjoen were hostesses on Y., chairman of theo _sIcla- rites, during the week, will be
St ttWe~itMay 19 at a coffee for the Fort ton's "Build America Better conducted in a special oratory
GuUlick Officers' Wives' Club. Council," said the Increasing presently being arranged at the
crackdown oil deficient dwell- temporary chapel center. Confes.
in paris with the art- Following the coffee .a business ings -is producing "IMlWIve sion and daily mass also.l
to of his visit atmeetge.was heldAt.whiceh time resulted .. held there. ,. -- D
*e&t i Festival in new members Mrs. VirgiIl Ed Dayton said that In altnmore
.. strom and Mrs.. F, T.. Davila were 18,000 dwelling units have been Protestant morning w o r h p
?g t vi introduced. Plans wes. i, c- rehabmtaitWjrougl rilo, code service willbe a0:45 a.m. wh
,'AZ. I enforcement-S ....a. y.. iA. / i I .....


f .dorell-
enfrorce.


Ii i o, ~a.o-rmde ofplns, for a lunuon at 7n lri m, Pa.,
Dr.u Mg ai rusbAthA K Panama hotel for all mom-
dame r dated oaiemmN1,0
and i. .Laidlaw, r. andThe r of Mchee' bets and their guests on June 16. th ,, rtul
E. Lyo The Rev. William home is. an insniration to all Ca- A farewell gift was presented to WIP ed-iot -i majot h'oUsing
Armstrong and H. M. Consul of nal Zone home makers. Dora Me- Mrs. J. E. Tullbane, since Cap. code violations.
Cploand .Mrs. Perkins. lhenney's stenciled drapes have tain and Mrs. Tullbane are re- "Never before In our history
already been exhibited but- they turning to the States. very soon have so m any municlpalittes
Mrs. .c Fabpa are now a part of an interior dq- The door prie was won by Mrs. b een concurrently unleashing
Eafs' sign along with a de or ated W. H. Manion. the full Impact of firm housing
For-t.* o do nd screen, refinished furniture, drift- law Wnforcement on deficient
A tl Io.r of Mr. Abel wood arrangmets, unique lamr, (Continued on page 7) dwellngs," Dayton said.
BuD6 d'.ad, wifte of th unusual divers, au her work. Re-
zilian Abuadfr to Panama was freshments were served by M r s.
givt. y7Mts. Oetav, v abrgF,b McDhenney with Miss Gwen Petit- LAST EE TO R GISTE
wie f t M.nipter of Foreign B- gean assisting at tWe punch bowl. LAS W
latlos yesterday afternoon at the This, was the last meeting of the FOR SUMMER CLASSES WITH
Frasrega's new residence .in El Canal Zone Art League till Sep.
CanhreI. tembr. It honored Miss B. Gard.- RO A
M, Pr. tado is the ie of the nor who Js leaving the Isthmus D O RO TH Y
Zral an Ambassador to Panama permanently. j Tr ul oh s .o
Dr. AbardoBueno do P r ado, --- Enjoy Three Full Months of
who il- eaving spon for his ew Mallory FailyLET TAP TOE TUMBLING
post in. Germany. Saled Saturday BALLET TAP TOE OR L
.. Mr. William Mallory, manager Special Rapid Advancement Course for Ambitious
PM of the Balboa theatre and4 hisBallet Students with 3 to ar
P y ecan Society s. Panam for a vacaUoi inthe background training.
an oetet tates. They wil visit 's home Previou Students may Register by Phone
ma nun~o m a sinner aanc oin Memphs, Tenn. and then go CALL ALBOA 1751
honor ofhe President and M o. Staunto Va. and White CALL hALBOA 1751
Arias on Thursday -evening May Earth Lake Minn. Mr. and Mrs.
th*... .. . Mallory wll be accompanied by
Tspa will takeplace in.the "Barty" and Betsy. The four "
R65, Soon of Hotel El Pa- Maorys 9will indeed be missed in -- l
8s4 at fd1. s these vication months by the. Cub
Bqc a Mfriends of the o Sceats and the Boy Scouts of theA
c ar&e rouested to make their Canal Zone.
a s by calling the 'El Pa-
uaa Epiy tred' Hotel At 3-180. frs Palumbo Shows Slides
,,J t poinses to be a T.o Neweo Uers' Cl b e ER|
00) ad vr with ai excel Members of the Newcomers' G S
CM.,, e ub and their families enjoyed t ER
'1and ,fine tiquers tl In- colored alides shown by Mr. Luke
cldd" -the cover, .. Palumbo of his trip from Panama rJ
-Af to the- United States by car, on f INER
eat2 Art t44460 Wednesday evening at the Cristo.
atrke bal Union Church lotunge.
Z Art e5 as hld t e Mrs. Benaer Entertained
r. of and Mrs...David Mc- By cAUierm 1
at S C04o solo Hosp0l- Entertaining for Mrs Robert
SL A *rm@1ee-ting was Lue Bender of San Francisco, Ca. CLOV IRILOOM
by tb4 PresidesitR. K. ilfPn .tiwho is visiting the Myron
Mortis in which the financial re- Fishers of Bella Vista for several HIOOVCT O MKW XIALANI
prt of the Beaux Arts Bal was weeks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert MAl- RODCT NEW 3BALAN 1
given. This included the amount
eof t -ifolarsdlp to be awarded ,
to Lorma Jeska. ,
FtfoHr this, an informal talk
va'i. -.by Mr. John Surany
t.me.o.a .inr-1 START THE DAY THE HAPPY WAY!
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LIBRERIA PRECIADO
I Street No. 15
MORRISON
lhb of July Ave. &JJ 5.L
FOTO DOMY
Justo Arosemena Ave. and 33 IL


LOURDES PHARMACY
185 La Carra qu
CASA ZALDO .
Ceuntal Ave., 4
FARMACIA EL BATURRO
No. 1 Lottery Plana


FARMACIA LOMBARDO
Fouri eof July Ave.
Agenda Internal. de Publicacl
4-4.as Ave.
FARMACIA LUX
rPaque Lefaere 1 Stree


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COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL

Canal Zone Dental Polyelluic
Dr. C. E. Fabrega D.D.S.
Dr. C. A. Roy D.D.8.
Denture--bridle work-Ait brallve
GeneralI Praclice
TivoUli (4tir of JulyI Ave -No. 21A4
(opposite Ancon School .Play nMd
Telephone 2-=0li-Ponnmin&.


LIFE INSURANCE
VILL
.11 RIDGE
112
Phn- l'rnamani 2-0552

Ive can help lOU wiLh
Chiroptactic"

CHI OPRACTORS
Drq. A and r OR11iI.AC
P.p, i er (1'r C eF1
b' Ptci' Aunne Tel. 3-139B
il Kl i foi'm Lii\ Thrnireh

1i,;ANSPORTES BAXTER. S A.
1 Packers Shippers Mover
Phone 2-2A51- 2-2562.
Learn Riding at
PANAMA RIDING SCHOOL
Riding & Jumping classes doil
3 to 5 p.m. Phone 3-0279
or by appointment.


* match-Stick Bamboo
* Drapes
* Venetian Blinds
* Traverse Curtains
* lass or Wood Jalousies
Call 2-3063 or 3-4904
Estimates Given Without
Obligation!
* Distributed by
Products de Madero,~S.A.
Central Ave. betweenn Iodaki
building & Fifth Ave. Store).





ELECTRO-VQIPE
12" and I"'
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# 1 Via Espoia. Tel. 3-0383


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WASHING MACHINES
Parts Sales Service
Muebleria CASA SPARTON
Central M6-70.
Tel. 2-41. __


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1OR. SAtti "etrtgerators,
Admiral. brand ndw, five
years' warranty, no down
payment, $12.50 month.
Muebleria CASA BPARTON
Central 26-79


S , FU ALE
GOa stoves. Modern-Maid,
brand new, one year guar-
antee, no' ddVn payment,
$10.00 month.
.I l CASA B8ARTON
trial 26-79.


FAMOUS GARRAND
SRLECORDCBANGERS
J."ut received new shipment
IW latest Mode RC-8QM
GI Wr a r d Recordchangers,
I.f~ mplete with 45 RPM
__ lide .and Magnetic T.O.
J~rtridge -- 6250.
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VA e Retreadlg.


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Selagrla Livfg
room ;3plee set and 5-piece
bedroom set, Condition go6d. all
for $180. Betwn '8 o.m. enO
3 p.m. only. 45th Street o. 7
14-1801. apartmsiM No. 12.
FOR SALE:--Eas washing m.a
chine, good conditifj 3 "Vene-
tian blinds. 6454-B tos .ios,
Phone 2-4296.'
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, stove,
dinette set, beds, radio-pheno-
lrarh. miscellaneous items. Call
3-2324.
FOR SALE:- 25-cycle Maytag
wa:her used 23 months. 25-cy-
cl alarm clock twill exchange
fcr 60-cvcle clock). Navy 3780.
For Fan 809-A.
FOR SALE:-2':-cycle 'Westine-
house refrigerator, less than'2
years o'd with deep freeze chest,
also st eel I sideboard, dresser.
kitchen table, 1I1-tube console
radio 125 or 60-cycle), and a
Pirnmonq studio couch. 754-A
Balboa Road.
FCR SALE:-3-pleLe mahogany
liv;nn room ret, $55. House
2396-D Cocali.
FCR SALE: Formica kitchen
set. table and 4 chairs $30: 5-
piece scene furniture set $65:
Thor eutomutic washer, 60-cy-
cle $40.-86-2296.
FOR SAF.E:-Radia $20; three-
chest of drawers 58 each; elec-
tric iron*, kitchen ware, ri-ture
frames. 2-1457. Anron 0433-L.


G.ralfar Sipns

'Kando' Tom; Now
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Strong Lonlender


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALEI-1947 Pontioc Tu.
dor. Leaving. Quick sale. Price
$250. Phone Albrook 4174.
FOR SALE:-1949 Buick. Best
offer over $400. Must go. Call
Kobbe 2273.
FOR SALE:-1953 Ford "Rench
Wagon," duty paid. Phone 2-
1677. Tivoli Taxi Service. Con-
tact Ed Brown.
FOR SALE: 1953 Plymouth
with radio, 'excellent condition.
Locona, Phone 3341.
FOR SALE:- Pontiac Catalina.
perfect condition. $1600. Phone
2-1413. working hours.
FOR SALE:-1951 Pontiac Cat-
a!ino. Hyd-amatic and radio.
A-i. Beat offer. Call 2-1304
between 5.*6 p.m.


MISCELLANEOUS


ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS
BOX 2031 ANCON, C..


VISIT THE SAN BLAS ISLANDS
JUNE 3 4 5
The trip of your life aboard El
Panama's Pescadoral A three.
day Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the
Panama Canal to Colon, San
Bias, and Porto Bello! Leave
Balboa, Friday 6:30 a.m., arrive
Colon 2:30 p.m.. leave Colon
9:30 p.m. for colorful San BIas
and historic Porto Bello. return.
ing Colon Sunday afternoon.
Thru Canal Monday 6:30 a.m.,
leaving from Strangets Club re-
turning to Balboa. Meals catered
by El Panama. Bring slacks,
shorts, bathing suits, jloacket,
flippers and spears for under-
water fishing, your camera and
color film. Canal trip only--
$10.00. For further information
phone Jungle Jim Price Panama
3-1660.


Along The Fairways FOR SALE

PANAMA WOMAN'S GOLF Miscellaneous
ASSOCIATION FOR SALE:-Dunlp drill pre
Ann Little came through and motor. Phone 2-3692.
with an 81 lsjt Saturday to win FOR SALE:-Laundromat wash-
low gross honors a, Brazoso ing machine, telephoto lens.
Brooks. D.C. generator (24 Kw.). Phone
Low net was. a double honor Curundu 6265.
- Mae Askew and Nellie Whit-
ney tied with 68 s. FOR SALE:-Small kitchen table


Other low net winners were:
Beatrice Fish 71; Pat War-
ing 72; Dottle LaGroix 72; Con-
nie Bishop 73: Louise Jones
73; Peggy Johnson 74: Marian
Taylo r75: Jean Alexander 75;
and Barbara Rhodes 75
The prizes selected by the
club representative were well
worth playing for. Jack Schor
donated a bottle of House of
House of Lords Scotch which
was much appreciated by one
of the lucky winners.


$Z, dinner table and 4 chair
$15, single bed with spread and
pillows $25. two floor lamps $3
.each. daveno-bed $30. end ta-
ble $1. portable radio $15, ven-
etian blinds for 12-family quar-
ters $10; two wicker chairs with
cushions $5 each, picnic icebox
$5, 9-ft. 25-cycle Westinghouse
refrigerator, porcelain inside and
out. also cooking equipment and
dishes $100, lightweight hip-
boots, size 9 $4. life raft pump
50c., 1951 Dodge 4-door $800.
1524-J Balboa, Gavilan Rood,.
houses m o *t Cable Offi s


FOR RENT


ApP.*aets
ATTINTION ( 1.1 Jut built
me4rar fried apartments. 1.
2 bedroom, hot, sol water.
Phone Panama 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-Furisesd and un-
furnished 2 and 4-re.m modern
aportments. Coitact ALHAM-
BRA APARTMENTS, 10th St.,
Phone 1386 Cl W.


FOR RENT:-Se- -furnished a-
partment. Meat to Roosevelt The-
ater. Via Prrais No. 120. Phone
3-5024.

FOR RENT:- Furnished apart-
ment. 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.
porch. 48th Stret No. 27. Call
Telephone 3-6097.

FOR RENT:-Apartmnent at So-
bonas. Carresquille. Inquire Es-
tudionte Street No. 98, Phone
2-1508.
FOR RENT: Apartment. first
floor, cool, ventilated, balcony.
Via Argentine No. 75, "El Can-
grejo." Inquire last floor. 3.
4627.
FOR RENT:-Furnished or un-
furnished, one-bedroom modern
apartment, garage. 168 Via Bel-
iserio Porras.

FOR RENT---One-room furnish-
ed apartment. Beautiful residen-
tial section. 43rd Street No. 13,
Bello Vista.

WANTED ,
Apartments
IF YOU HAVE for rent a one or
two bedroom furnished apart-
ment, hot water, screened, in a
modern building, located in a
quiet nalghborheed, plee call
BI.lb 2_992I


LEWIS SERVICE /
Ave TiveU No. 4
FARMACIA ESTADOS IDOS
14 Coet w
FARMACIA VA-ER-IJS
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RESORTS.
kldwin's speontmrts for rnt at
Sant QCav. Phue Balboa 161
far reervaime.
PHILLIPS OMe ide Cotap.
Santa Clar. Bao 435. Belbo.
Phone Panama -1877. Criste-
bel 3-1671.


FOSTIII'S COTAUS, one mile
post Santa Clar. Low ats.-
Phone Soalo I11fc.


WILLIAMS' Sense Clera Beech
Cottages rekso, refrigem-
t:on, 2-bedrmm. Phone Balboa
3050.
Gromlih's Sante Carat Beach
Cottaes. Modern conveniences
moderate rates. Phone Gamboa
6-441.
Shrapnel's furnished houses on
beach at Santa Clara. Telephone
Thompson, Balboa 1772.







ach aotUle for nclusion to this
column should submitted In type-
rulttan term and mailed to one of
the box numbers listed daIly in "So-
cll and Otherwise," or delivered
by hand to the office. Nottes f
meetings canal be accepted by tel.o
phoee.


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By Trever Simons The tournament marked the 011 1anea
Only one weekRuans be- last one Ann Littwwill be in. B Cate
fore opening daii1N ( 1955 She pnd CaPtain *Tattle s.ae 'w R rile nc Te
Atlantic Basketball Leag e and leaving l June for Georgia. -all OdIIIIIQ) beeA
uOIdenly the Gibraltar Life Ann-was voted a life member- 125th a
five, tiring of their almost ship In the PWGA and present- -- s Se
permanent hold on the run-.ed with a. linen tablecloth to Cla
ncr-up spat, catapults Into one show our apprec.at.on for all A total of 177 passengers, .ost .hemlami; Mr .and Mrs. Charles lowing
of the most prominent spots in she has done during the ,past Of wjom are Canal organization Kisaling and two children; Mr. p.m.
their quest of a championship. three years to promote the employes and their families, are and Mrs. Morton L. Le Vee and
Already loaded to the hilt with PWGA and just for being a scheduled to sail Saturday for two children; Mr. and Mrs. Syd- Rainb
a striking forpe of scoring pow- grand gal. We'll all miss her New York aboard the 88 Ancon ney T. Lindh and two children; The
er, the Gibraltar announce- and wish her much luck and of the Panama Line. One pas- Mr. and Mrs. Richard McConau- cil wi
ment last week that "Nando" good golfing. singer is booked for Port-au- ghey and three children: Mr. 7:30 1
Tom will play for them imme-. Prince, Haiti. and Mrs. Thomas W. McGraw Junio
Idiately sent their stock soaring. HANDICAP TOURNAMENT Among the passengers sailing and..son; Mr. and Mrs. Warren busin'
for New York are Wilson A. D. Marquard and three children .
Nando had been on the Plans were made and posted Crook, Community Services Bu- Alfred C. Mullennax; Mr. and
doubtful list for the past couple for the PWGA Handicap Tour- eau Director and J. Bartlev Mrs. XUarl Orr and three chll- os
of weeks,. uncertain if other nament. This tournament will mith, Panama Canal Electrical dren; John Fr Oster: Mr. and L|y
commitments would allow his be held in July at Brazos Engineer. Crock and Smith are Mrs. Jay L. Pttington and son;:-
participation in the Atlantic Brooks. Qualifying rounds will accomoanipd by their wives and and Mr. and Mrs. James J. Plaia
Basketball League The road be on June 23, 24, 25 and 26th. families, and daughter.
now clear, Tom has been at- Rourids will be medal play with Miss Maud Towarl Is the one 12
tending work-outs twice week- full handicap allowed. Medal- passenger en route to Haiti. Mr. and Mrs. Robert N. Rath-
ly and Is already in shape for 1st will be low net and flights The complete advance passen- geber and three children; Mrs.
t h e coming season which will be determined on gross ger list for New York follows: Frederick H. Rice; Mrs. Bella Twi
opens June 1 at the Margarita scores. Mr. and Mrs. William Adams and Rosales: and Mrs. Raymond bornI
gym. Play will be match play, two children; Harry H. Allen;' M. lchxlWider and two children-th
three-quarter handicap. First Arch D. Bishop; Mr. and Mrs. Mr .and Mrs. Ralph Skinner and o'n
Tom Is no stranger to Isth- round will be completed by Robert W. Blades and son: Miss two children; Mr. and Mrs. J. theW
mian Basketball fans, Long July 4; second round by July Barbara M. Bonglorni; Robert Bartley Smith and three chil- Th
recognized a. one of the out- 10n nd finals on July 17. Bowen; Mrs. Eileen C. Beady dren; Mrs. Philip L. Steers, Jr. 'ted. a
standing basketball players Prizes for winners and run- and two-daughters; Mr. and Mrs. and two children; Mrs. Ora Vir- he w
ever to come out of Panama, he ner-up for each fUbht will be Puce Carpenter; Mohandas R. ginA titch and daughter; Ml-* .d
has, seen action in ust about awarded at the ;Tuly meeting :atlani; Mr. and Mrs. Richard LOrA Stone; Mrs. Harry W.
every league ever organized on of the PWGA. Tournament is V. Cheason and two children: Taylor; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Un- ,ha
the Isthmus. Even on ocassions Pen to all memebrJ of the dr. and Mrs. Henry J. Clancy ran and daughter; Mrs. Irene 8. the p
when this veteran Panaman- PW.GA We want to see a blg t~fd two children; Mr. and Mrs. Wapn and daughter; Mr. and er
lan star has been committed turnout for this tournament Iarml E. Clough and son; Mr. Mr.' carry B. Wentzler and were
to t wo games in separate o sharpen up your game and and Mrs. Glenn M. Cramer and daughter. Malcolmn Wheeler; of .I
leagues for one night, he has sign up. two children; Mr. and Mrs. Wl- and Mr. and Mrs. William A. Dr.l
always been allowed to make r, son A. Crook and three children; Wichmann. Balbo
his own choice as to where he Mr. and Mrs. Charles K. Cross r--- elt,
will play. His problem has. and son; William Cunningham;- A .0C
never been getting on a team. Mr. and Mrs.'Robert F. Dunn .nlm=- r AskI .
It has always been his to make and three children. CUi UoIIH uip As s-. l
the choice. V Mr. and Mrs. Leo 3. Eberenz corr
Ongsiy h eand a ig- and five children; Mrs. Agnes C. A RnA ad F s
Longa skinny and radfngyivy JEndris; Alfred-Frank; Mi.ss Ber-'U W N MrL1 0
Nando has no equal defensively tha I. Frensly; Mrs. Louise A. ra ,. *
and that is where Gibraltar Friedman; Miss Florence Gale; A 1
Life has shown weaknesses. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Goguen and AS NA u MRe
Offensively his lean frame wig- six children; Miss Yvette Greene- M
gles back and forth through Donald E. Harrison; Mr. and HAVANA, May 24-(UP)--The Oirl
opposing team's defenses and, Mrs. Max R. Hart and daughter; American Embassy announced to- week.
though he does not shoot as Mr. and Mrs. Laurel L. Highley day it ,pfuled to send to the U.S: Ms; (
often as he'should, he has an i f and three children; Mr. and Congre athe request of a local ad
accurate eye for the basket. f Mrs. Charles J. Holmes and two org anlAP- that Cuba he adlit- u
Where Tom really excels s children; Miss Ruth P. Hopkins; Led to jok the United States n .as
in his ability to set up plays J B. Hopson: Mr. and Mrs. Rog- another state. Dia
and more often than not it has "' fifi er M. Howe and daughter: Miss L. RI
been said that he can make an I A Bette L. Hummer; Mr. and Mrs The embassy wrote Rameon ..la ic-
average ball player look good Thomas B. Idol and two chil- nlas e nttheAra t del r:
with fast accurate passes that dren; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E E.,,hre ftee self styled .
usually reult in "two-point-____ __ __ Irving and son; Miss Belle Is- petrotlC -body-that t &requesn.t .
ors." There 'is no dout but rael: and Mr. and Mrs. Iva- n" L- w etary to the estwisSes
that Nando Tom's presence in r AI M r l Jenkins and two children. and 0re of te United tad
the Gibraltar line-up will make LEGAL NOTICE Miss Rae Kahane: Misa Mir- Stat .".
them a dangerous team to face ARZlam Z. Kandle; Gobindran J. e letter
any time. UNIrTED STATIE Or AMICA -----IThe U .t.9 ... a I1 eb;-r
Canal Zone added, N iNarb a d i- "
Unied SRtes DiStrict Cours Fort tios alp. llista doesnot
Trh oDisrtet ofThe Can" Vne Sears Announces wish g Cb a o
Division of Balboa w bl a or my oti .,
EW SPANISH Glas r'l .4500 Price Cuts """'
SImmons Case No. 41 Civil. Civil
LASSES o thed dfant: In Sale Catalog J W Ernest ,
aTARtJUNE 2nd _nte CHICAG May 24 Di2 Funeral -
entitled action within ninety days after Roebuck and Co. said todav is ,-j Di F u e"
START JUNE2ndof your failure t distributed over the naton hiSe r TW orfOW

MONDAYS and s and the comp la nt price cuts. r rA V.A T
TEU SDAYS t g'D o 4 .page book show an average re- m
this 11. 1, MBr Lduction of nearly 10 per cent from sut H MP P11 E
B inners 5:00 P.M. atho, e in the current general cat- -- -
ate...... 6:00 .. Mf. n -- )ue."" aM
ntrmediat .6:00 .M. = .- Te biggest cut is 42 per cent Old.
AdvmAncd 7:00 "P.M. The 10ro o nylon nglut ow.
on ygitr ot cre e arsaidn4 lY t th
1Jud1gof T due"0 h W~nsR


Lodge
ert Lodge A. F. and A.M. will
a past Master's night Wednes-
May 25th. Dinner will be at
The Worshipful Maste r,
nan P. Garrett invites a 11
r Masons to be present.
da Card Group
Curundu Woman's Club
Group will meet at the Com-
y Building on Wednesday 25,
a.m. Mrs. George Stillman
Mrs. Frank Leap will be co-
.
Decorating Class
Bates Decoting Class wll
ncelled tbishursday, May
at the USO-WB Armed Fore-
rvice Center.
sses will be resumed the fol.
g week, June 2nd, at 7:30

ew City Civic Council
Rainbow City Civic Coun-
ll meet tomorrow night at
in the study hall of the
r High School. Important
ess will be discussed.


fte League

And 12

elve boys and 12 girls were
at Gorgas Hospital during
week ending at midnight,
ay, May 16, according to
weekly hospital report.
ere were 218 patients admit-
and 168 discharged during
'eek. One death was report-

e names and addresses of
parents of the boy babies
Dr. and Mrs. P. H. Dowell,
ew Cristobal- Mr. sad AUs.
ovannetti, of Panami City;
nd Mrs. R. B. White, of
a; Mr. and Mrs. R. W. El-
of Panama; Mr. and Mrs.
onez, of Panama; Mr. and
T. L. Bowen, of Oamboa;
and Mrs. 0. Argulneoni of
era: Mr. and Mrs. C. S.
r, of Panama; Mr. and
W. A. L. Keene, of La Boca;
nd Mrs. U. Thomas, off
na city; SgL.and Mrs. M.
lender, of ort Kobbe: Dr.
Irs. W. R. Bhaw, bf Ancon.
Is were born luring the
to the follow in: r. and
G. W. Fears, of aDoW; Mr.
rsi. C. Trotman, of Paralso;
nd Mrs. A. A. Porde, of La
let. and Mrs. Zumwalt, of
STerrace; Mr. and Mrs. W.
her, of the lath Naval Dis-
Mr. and Mrs. M. 0. May-
of Gamboa; Mr. and Mrs.
I. Locke, of Curundu
its; Cl, .ad Mrs. P. L.
.of Panama"'Mr, and Mrs.
3lp6ard, of CocoUll; Mr. and
J. A. lores, of Curundu.

ish Cardnal
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,!ELCOt.D 013 -.At Van Nuy, ,CGI1f., Lt. Jo hU
is gr6etd by his wife, Jeane, upon the completion ofhis bmt~ry-
makling coast-to-coast and return flight.' Ctroy streaked hil
F-06 Sabre jet back and forth across the nation in aviaton'as
first dawn to dusk transcontinental round trip flight.
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Charge Laborites

Plot To Replace

Afllee With Bevan
LONDON, May 24 (UP)'- A1
conservative newspaper accused
the Labor Party today of a "plot"
to ditch Clement Attlee and
make America-hating AneurinI
Bevan prime minister If the So-
plaltsai win Thursday's elecrtions.


Doctor Can Cmdit

Perfect Crime,-Says

Sheppard's Doinse

CLEVELAND,' Ohio, May 24 -
(UP) -Defense attorneys argued
today that Dr. Samuel H. Shep-
pard could not have killed his wife
cause If he did, it would have
been a perfect crime.


A Labor Party spokesman Dr. Sheppard cquld have plan.
promptly and angrily denied the ned his wife's death in m a ny
charge in the hottest exchange ways," chief defense lawyer Wil.
of words in the thus-far apathe- "11m J. Corrigan said. "I know a
tic campaign. way to ki a person and leave no
trace of murder. Doctors mnow it,
The accusation was made inl- and I.know it."
Hlalt in h L n d ni nDail


Sketch, a strong Conservative
newspaper. The denial was made
in an official statement Issued
by Morgan Phillips, chairman of
the Labor Party.
The Daily Sketch said the al-
leged labor plan was to-replace
Attlee with Bevan as party lead-
er if the Socialists win the elec-
tIon. Then, on the basis of the
British system whereby the do-
minant party names the head
of the government, left-winger
Bevan would become prime min-
ister.
But P h.ll llps categorically
denied the existence of any such.
plot. He said "Mr. Attlee's lead-
ership of the Labor Party is be-
yond question."


Boxer's Wife Gels

Dirce After 23

Years Of AMUig
LUDIOCBTRU, bland, May 24
(VP) -,- Afer. years of mar-
riage, COnOataeO Rut Lem was
awarded a dlivore tom former
welterweight bar Harry Lem
yad i Cy A.t*e 10llowing


FNLI, Spain,'Iay 34 (UP) <4aU '
dMro Cardinal Sera, eo- .. .
.CAhol primate of Siln, Hoe u- 1? 0- S nthm
0.r. th last sacra t of his Us ar irtavtn. har back
ain today, but doc- af cut and
d this was no lIndicatio -. -
al omditiona s wu WOml d. me sii.-~ ser down sad

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The argument was. presented be-
for the Court o1 Aipeal,s witch
is considering a mifon for new
trial because' of alleged judicial
errors in the nine-week trial that
ended with Dr. Sheppard's con-
viction of second-degee. murder.
A second Court of Appeals' action,
based on claim of new evidence,
will be heard separately later.
Dr. Sheppard did not attend the
hearing.

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A Little efelWr?. i
A Canal Zone huA g -
siast took Ilong a .ue.
"white dog with hi : at
when he went 4n t he
the old Gamboa oad. a m
later the <tl ellow,5Ngs Ra
ular huntng dtog, dis
Since then the h b
looked high and low aru'nd
area but has found .M tretd1
the dog. But neither has.
been any-evidence the dp4
safe." ,
And that's the reason faort8
notice. i
The little fellow, who 194M
somethtai nke a terrier, anMsws
to the name rf C p n
.... abO -.St: ,
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phonea am l iaSr0 1
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cmo weS&ia Mr s Seeks Feted k by Ek e Mo
,l,,i e a.. E." ' Altar, 4Se.0 -.Y -
A- a .and Before Leaving For Columbia .
Di. DA Hdw"uVms' The eeonty seating of HOLLYWOOD (NEA) -Be. spirit of the sea, or maybe with
S",e- tho Ro'a. Hollywood's just 0prits Jeff Chandler, George
Sffof.the, Faogf-Ia -. buaabemo wi s o o n bef leader ad Lax Barker < aent me
S" wa held o cowol A ott. es.antiaedefinitiosa from the
Ha S Nwetab. n R i,' n s u 9 from bledt 'a sets" locatilain tue

and'. t. F-.at her DKj .r.,, SL er, prioneering naeele: A game played ev-
the beautlf a inted coffee rector, presented, ra. ith moT i t N in the ue of i aby the off-duty watch.
table bertusw :h a Re- tiny p. deli as, madel the bt what you play binnacle!
s -ry tfrSoiey asa .th e o Iprediction for me and I can al.-With, a. They who runs
Mrs. ready resented Mrs, Hen- ry Altar So-ety as a.tpieno, O ready bear Tin Pan Alley's new the a. Ta ing Br e An ins -r I
raque. wih h a n t- a"t'ahe relation and a n afarU- . d be cureedentalpate.Wc: A ama-I
frquez with m ay as tha. hera. Groeertu. i weavg he hit song, "I. Saw Red Wen Her orws girl friend. udder: Sailor's'.


fmoly to ae 1he Mrs. et i R h a r Thu optometrist started There are more but I'd rudder
forn md naet her ho aea s-e Pe 'Me wt nal lesEy es to skip the wh ole ting.
cinatne aide rfoe the t amu. bar, Ie n.axn ted lovie kings ando so .s
Mrs. Arthur Logan, Preakdent of Mr. Gcelaefuhs Tieeeea qil e u who $uinbled about on Not in the script: Daa O'Hbrtl
theCristohi Woan's Club, iithahomen To Bae pnyeantur soudta Now he's tint, lhy, about toplay a prize fighter
pointed Mrs. Davis with a gift rwa GbU salia ty die-sited specs so that in "The Gentle Bruiser:
ont.edish crystal, thanking her y on e "Mlt o en t can be,blue-eyedrssred erearemore td rud brown-der
er untiring efforts the ast route to his new s with or en heliotrope-eyed to "Tal out off-bet casting. Ithng.
taut years as head Pblian aro- Foyai Neterlids StaSabar Coin- wasealne easing culymn ana have never seen a prize fight mn
p a paittee. Mr.. Davis (M ge pany in Buenaventura. Co abial. deflada of color movies. my Wie."
to e ufrie.pd) has endear- He will be joined by his wife and oe -
ed Ahreli toB may, a- any poor son in early June. Blue-eyed Debra Paget wear- This is Hollywood Mr Jones:
tand, itob Cloan, s Club, ave thiurn. gmilTo__ ye the leases, eI. brown eyed I Dark-haired Rod Steiger sed for t
ed-to tCristobals wil aid. The T Coim andme eats."O th a aert hoto he's Paris
Sh rely t A with th is ers w nee aa worn the tinted bounThen had lock eat
caata y. o.royalnewleases I- lu:ade Esther Wilams, blonnhavend a crew cut or ens ropr lef
e e a r-He will be jo Marily Maxwe and Annise Ba- in "The ig Knife." A curious Un-
Pirteseaft tle S- I Jeahames Aer* |\ e S am held up the passport until
Sn'it o iuS-H rw n ae Rod's film bosses guaranteed his
S dp"... w"t =ttt hi.. Broo -pit Says Doctor Zabner: "You can return to dark hair before he
AeiW e. Brooks do anything in them-plagr love eave. the country.
S .. Francey; A J. s scenes, swim under water and
"-sM ; Albert Wi-..ld \ i even aUlw off a horse." Short Takes: B ing Crosby swearsU
de Hear n; a. that "Anything Goes" will be his
het r. i JEAN WALLACS and Cornel last musical. .'-The Alan Laddsa
SWilde hit the stratosphere, I can bought a $49,000 home at Palm
N ld spill It, when they discovered Springs.
m f th Wt. .. that co-producer Raymon Stroas
m of the Wet had removed Jean's voice from
-".Bank N Rodaya MRd the9a 4Twd t bt o the sound track of Star of In-
-. a:. ,ida sn cor a 0.p* dtUla" and had dubbed In the
dial speech of Claire James. Brisith.
'- actress 8trqss plans to wed. Cor
In' ne" re-inserted his wife's clee.
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"Ifwe can't marry till you're a doctor, that's a lopg time--
jwhat about that cowboy idea you had when we were
freshmen?"

SHOWING AT YOUR SERVICE CENTER
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Ballerina Jeanmaire, displeased:
with her own dancing, lived up to
her French temperament with a
mile long string of expletives,
in French, on the set of "Any.
thing Goes."
"W.hat did ite *say?" asked I
. rector Bobby Lewis of her French
maid.
"She said." was the censored re-
ply, "she goofed."
Wasn't it Rubirosa, and not Zsa
Zsa Gabor, who called off the mar-
riage plans? .. Red warning
light for the director of the May
i30 televersion of "The Petrifiedt
Forest," starring Humphrey Bo-
gart: Bogart's telling pals: "I,
hear that some TV directors are
murder. I don't know as hov I
can put up with all that director-
ilal nonsense.". . Hollywood "Ur-
anium" strike note: Toy Geiger
counters for the kids, going on the
market soon, are manufactured by
film and TV actor Carlyle Mitchell.
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AV3oss .
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Sawyer" 2 "Seomewhere
4 "- In --The
Boots" Rainbow"
8 "Mistress 3 Floures of
-. Quite .speech
Contrary" 4 Adlhetsh'i I
12 Adam and 5 TwarT
--ao02" oGad 24 Suffix,
13 Opposed Pe '" 25 Girl student
14 Operatir solo 8 Firi.h horses 26 Mistake
15 Hardeped "1 In a line 27 Pleasint.
16 Ship bedroom tOTumult 26Paradlse
18 Farm machinell Sweet 29 Had on
20 Efts potatoes 31 Weirder
21 Author of 17 Charm 33 Tardier
"The Raven" 19 Vhills 38 Next to
22 Ages 23 Grades 40 Paces
24 "Little Sir
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26 Kind of
cheese
27 Moisture -
30 Implement
maker .. - -
32 Ohio city I
34 Mpre conlcse #
35 Expunger I I ';
36 Editors (ab.) -r - r -
37 Steals
39Prong
40 Father }, -
41 Indian weighi
42 Unprofitable - ._ -
' expense
45 Persian rulers .a - -
49 Put n precise
order
51 Show disgust
52Crack -
53 Scent |
54 Heded 1
55 Wooden pips
56 Existed
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-oming events cast their shad-
ows before them. here is 1 a1W -
to American League pitch-
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* Look out-Ted Williams has
found the range.
It was only an exhibition
game. but the Boston blaster
came back into action last night
for the first time since he went
into temporary retirement* at
the end of the 1954 season and
'hit a home run into the right
field grandstand in his second
time at bat.
The Red Box won the charity
contest from the world cham-
pion New York Giants, 4-3, and
Williams retired after three in-
,ilngs of play. The game Itself
* wsa called after seven innings.
both teams being committed to
catch trains for games Tuesday
night.


Williams, who hoves he will
be able to get into the Red Sox
lineup regularly aoain boy neot
* week-end, said merely "lit is
Snfece to get off to a pood start
'but Irm afraid I can't plaYl
* rinht away."
, It was only a little more than
t9 year ago that Williams made a
' dramatic return to baseball on
May 16 at Detroit after being
out of action for more than two
months with a smashed collar-
bone. He suffered the injury on
the first day of sprinir training
but when he came back Into ac-
tt6n with a steel pin still in his
shoulder, he collected eight hlts
in nine times at bat including
two homers In a double header.
. This time Williamsr had no in-
ury,. he merely had been.fish-
tng in the Florida Keys while
awaiting the settlement of s di-
voice 'action. Once thd settle-
menb was made. he relolned the
Red Sox but after more than a
week of dilllvent workouts he
st' e'sa," he is not aulte ready.
*,"' like to plav tonight hut
I'm afraid I can't." he 1a2d,. MY
4ets feel pretty heavy and myn
arms are a little tired but my
q ends feel pretty good."
WI illiams with his one big.
wmas.h after a wronq-field pop-
-er to left in his first time at
*"t in the first Inning, also
-'osted two pre-game homers in
Scontest with various players
*both sides. Willie Mays otheb
S'pts hit one pre-game homer.
Torm Zauchin, Boston rook-
fff two omIers in the sV
7""f Bill T ylor hit one for t '
rf i'nt. Both managers, Leo


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: waL 0Pet. o 8 _~, Can -h teit Antonio ylvania ate til "l"
Durocher oft s OGnts and o l a ha of .de ti
a (o o .. 21 14a g gggreve tetomortaM
bunt. Columbusm iS 16 waited Aj Joe n- OfMdi me,
In another exhibition on a Richond .. 13 21 .'82 1 row. en- I.r .his h.rir t t
major league off day, t White Uffa 10 22 .31 18 te rd five days sppriy
Braves In Miwaukee w n this" yrhin Y 2 1
pitcher Mike Fomteleg ht1-a -A 5i .* White was Idlentiled -y ear- "I think you bIow ad don't
three-run trill In & th th. Firs t Game) . NATIONAL LEAGUE AMERICAN LEAGUE Iony 6 eetin"g uer ytnesss- tote in tla. want to tell us" Levin sacred.
The game was called after 10 Buffalo 10 000 020 ainst oey a deel- tlon of,-the idaly telev The witaeds was dunstssed
innings to permit Chicago to go. 000 11 L t. Teams W L n,condan a fasco on May oneof he when ommissioner Al lein
to Cleveland for tolights. game + 3...27 8 .771 l.ew York ,...S 11 .676 eihth T ?Qad wai on persons In Jo.hson's dresing served "We have such mltorma.
with he Indians. Buning, Froats. (7), Erickon ew York ....21 14 .600 6 Cleveland .,..4L 12 .647 1 the eaid of a lose decl- room before the bout. Johntion'tion as he w~hes toqlie.' -"
The was one afternoon game 8 Birrer (8) Sohbtz (1J anu Chicago ......20 16 .556 T7% Chicago ......tO 13 .606 2%V slon In thriller at the Colon fantastic collapse between the Trainer Clarence <-(nuy) D.a-
scheduled for today and seven Streull- C. Johnson, "ahr (3,'Milwaukee ....18 18 .500 9% Detroit .......19 16 .543 4j Arena in their last fight. 'second and third rounds brought videon told the Ooaisugfon
night games., St. Louis was at Shore (8). Crimlan (i) Berberet,St. Louis ....16 16 .500 9/ Washington ..14 18 .433 8 Brown badly smashed Armen- on a 90 day suspension of box- Johnson had "all eof hi senses"
Chicago In the afternoon con- rif fin (9) WP-Crimian. Lp-.. Cincinnati ....15 19 .441 11V4 Boston ...... 15 21 .417 9 teros' mouth in their second InR in Pen sylv and the before the bout and .Mw- ROwR-
test. In other National League Erlikson. HR-Ooliat, Wilson,ipttburgh ....11 24 .915 1 Kansas City ..14 21 .400 9% fight and had CkCuban spurt- Comiuta i. l, ..land, anottler hatdler, said he
games toni ght l.was ew York Souchock, Babe. Philadelphia ..10 23 303 16 Baltimore .... 10 25 286 13 in blood n e mouth dur- WMteo. detfiedas did not dee e t te phh
at Pittsburgi kly.i n atP I il in the ~ t 0f their last a Catan Cohen described and.tha hn-
adeehi.a a innn at 1- TODA'S GAMES TODA 'IS AMES bout. ..to avenge .jft 0a.C3- son did l .Hmentle t.
waukee. New York .anix (tSecond Game, 7 innings Brooklyn at Pittb pr.h (N', Boston at Baltimore (N) the last co-a.n"
.ame winning streak while the Buffalo 0020 1- 4 a Cincinnatl at Milwaukee (NI Chicago at Cleveland (N) Joe, who ,.meet "Killer?" 1u -.e l- Sl* H
Pirates have _t 11 Inrow, a Toronto 020 110 .x-.4. I 0 few York at Philadelphia (N) Detrot at Kansas City (NN Jackson atu aWm Olympicl e I.. Fla., _ad | a B -I u
In the American League It was t. Louis at Chicago Washington at New York (Ni Stadium %ut te June 12, form "id a ght o. bceh
poston at Baltimore.Washm ig- Trakan, Erickson (5) and -- took thde, a of mfrm training| plonJake La iats. Defeats cni TSS J
ton at New York. Chic 9 Wat Whorter, Streull (5P; Miller. Het- TESTERDAY'g ES VLT3 !IBTERIS&r'S yestedABN. wn, already In ra- Bron l ohen of Springfield.
Cleveland. and Detroit atan- ki (7) and Berberet. WP-Miller. Open date Open ate zor abap .condItipn, is taking no Mass., a boxing promoter,
sas City. The Yankees, who re- LP-Trakan. HR-Mor$on, Sou- chances of goin "stale" for this matchmaker and handler for 35 A Gams TA 1
gained the first place from the o importan contest, years, who drew the ire of dep- To r a
Indians over the past week-endchock. -- oe. promoter Enrique Martin hityeState Attorney General Her-
withasweepof four gamesver ao_ ., ,._ V: ea and trainer "ana" Bermudez tert Levin yesterday for what In the first meeting ...
Baltimore, had a seven-me 5 innings) bo i ty Ma r m e fet d with a lunche.....onyes......t counsel calldd"well rehears- the B. and ween
winning streak intact and were 0 0 Richmon . terd byJV II ploJr tead byr dote t ny," 'ild-the Invest- team s
trying to improve their margin 000100000000d000-1 8 irecr of Phnaia's Physical qatw white hired him to work ed skill and ko1e frg &how-
against the Senators. Columbus Otb1all ll ,,," Education d Sports Departs ladero' corner for the John- game and defeateder -
~1 000 000 001-2 .7 o tall oagu run vente Mt.s~ iaa's sports ht. ,. .e colleges b
A T U writers WM also o0 hand for Cohen ,waS te "cut man." tI to one g
UUck-T ingll Picone, Volselle, Jordan and T the occaon. xl Jo n te man hired to on Brchit
t. Claire; The, Haag and in Om ffOW The Joltw today was schd. cose ad lacerations si- Rodriguez, CH.. ad
IcSl i vekeman. WP-Haag. .a.- 1-u 4 ruled to etmeo his work-A- l iby the boxer. tou w" and B.e.rS.p
Jocks Sta0 Lives .' O WU Aaenswi as h sp ha s a savol- autament winners realc tive-
OCEANPORT, N. J. -(NEA)- The Rainbow Cy Major ,Hawkm Arv with Basy his spar-.t aw t oe .a led for 72 moes before
-Jockeys who Will ride at Havana 001N010..C-.-.281 ,ball Leaguewill holdIts rinsf o -ring.mate. aed request of "John J. Kell"'b using his pawn
M-Jonmkeys who wll rik, de S tarting Syracue 001010 00--2 8 baeLengue prior to Satrldi as Jose Edwin, whbo meets Ernes- said he believed a terrific left dvantae killfully beat Ro-
Monmouth Pna r . .re yracuse 101000001--3 9 0 mes omorrowat to Reid in the eight-round 147- hook to the body in the frst d igues.
June 11, are remembered for popping games tomorrow ,t 8 Twenty one dollars more pound sefinal, beengonround aved the way to John- In oth.ameTm Madu-
uk which saved Cueche, Scantlebury (9) San- .m. at thi Rainbow City Gym,-T-n onetedoeayveoreat vehs becf.going roundpaved the way to john- In OtherganmS, John Madu-
quick thnki which aved che(9. cantlebry () San t t Ra ow Cty were contlted yesterday to great un during his exercises son's ultimate collapse and de- ro veteran player
v. .. che ( and Noble; spring and ... the fund t send a Canal Zone Edwin hopes to'regain some of feat. foupd himself beaten by the
Wendell Ead had trouble Erautt. LP-Cueche. HR-Oarcia. Managersof the team. .that teenage baseball team to the his .lost prestige following his Levin broke the even tenure young freshman Sthala who
on Trier coming out of the --ll b entered are requested to manual VFW tournament in K,0. defeat by Federico plum- of the quetloning with a played heads up chos.Rodri-
ate in Chicago In 1950, got n. In their rosters and on- Hershey, Pa., mer harp "Who gave the drug to guez plyed 8thala and deet-
ps legs n angled in the r- (Frochest ame, 7r 001 4nngs)11 0-7 14 1ees. .e excellent program will be Johnson?" Cohen's first retort ed the boy in 30 moves. sthalI
drups was ina d tnera. bein Rochentrer 001 411 0-7 14 1 Y_ yesterday's o n t r button rounded with four-round pre- was "You ask Johnson!" but did very well playing with
Kennyhuragged on ar the tra Montreal 210 0 x- 14 3 brought the total to date up liminary bouts between Roberto under continued demands for much older boys and w bear
SKenny churebon,,alr Sto ,W to $581. Cliff Byter was the durrillo and Juan Salazar at 124 a direct answer replied "I watching in the future when
ave sadds a o t back into udwig, Marketl (r, Jadb OW donor of 2o to the fund. The pounds and Herbert Douglas don't know." he gains a little more exp .-
the saddle infour ti-mes. (5) Wright (6) an Brb M Chael HU .C. -dollar was donated by Richard (Young Finnegan's kid brother When Levin continued to ap. ence in the game of "sages."
Ab Man Flor- C Ste (4) mp Mick- North Carolina's track Erversus.Justin Ortega at 15. Thispraise the witness that the m The next meeting between
isla I19w5, Ca I ebber nns (6) and Sucha.,WP-Mick- Northrolitralm tea. bout will be Douglasapro debut ical examination revealed barbl. B.H.S. and C.H.8. will tak
himself hel when the bit ens. LP-Jacob. went throu its dual meet sea 'e drive Is now 9 awa General ad on only turates in Johnson's system Co- e in Balboa between J
broke shy after the staon. --on without a loss. gr o it goal. (one dollar). hen asked "Who drugged him?" 3 and June 6.
Robert Lois Stevenson, on
Fudge Beater, saw the uncon- (Second Game) -- .--- --
trolled Maudaux rushing up Rochester 000 000 000-0 7 1
on the heels ol horses. Taking Montreal 000 300 00x- 9 1 ROBIN'S USUALLY FIRST - -
his mount in h a ...
hand, Stevenson bl M Iackinson, Nrke ), Beard Hadelphia (NIA)- obl
deauxl bridle wi h t r ,(), Jacobs and d nd, ur- rts, Phi r.iht-thfder
and sered bo he brink *<7); Dsdale ad fedb has started our of the past five ,
.oa mile-m-and-a-qur. LP-Mackinson. ll-Star Games. 'ET R I

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COST LESS Barefoot ontessa EDMOND O'RIEN
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wnIt titrw^ M|_ ;.innyn Sr u ,d Ehe liyr Is Donn g :Eo fe_. -, Here's one that probably __._ n' .... .... (CthetS l'"
PJbhaA. rbm on...,.w. t..tpelaf- t i "o, l. Y, ., studotl ar i.rou. favorite a t wlou some- of a worS l _o ournament when ,RED RIU UUNSGADE

onosl lStawe rec ord we wo1uldt an-w ah to me rw like to know ad n he alifying round fo: r
'.eleU Aerh -l h nn a I pyto s aM v e wl4 tae g ot n t thge clu- sha. "* A Baaed on three-fourths handl- a r a.-..resut- a.s.aent
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Je ohnt~ J y Murray, cq-promote_ oft ,e ea! 1 hoek lered n eacdhispor4e ocapteVldesSnots t
He contacted Jimwty Murraya T a- mttd othe strwad" that he Westmin brothers fired a two flight are: Valdea, 70-2-68, Lul
Krtegsplel, and urged Albright's returat t oe honest pobl U fw la. In w iatt wa aware that debutante Mala- under oar 70 Saturda after- Arango 78-7-89, Pico lDia 78-7-
mak, no point e twlmher he d or RD ..1U aebto ,lid aee ru vts*.ms 6 m1 .5 na wsu luf from sore noon. Be had three birdies on 71, Roy Glickenhaus 80-8-72, che
CuckeS~tes ~he tishe if~ ..tpa il stb *d ae a n rut f ulMft lMuIs ths fl a Shina, and was $i for ac- the out nine and a pair of bo- Paredes 80-8-72 and Jimmy de
ohimwbadlit u of.ae 1.6g to ma. th year. cepting the mount. geys for *35 against p 3. la Guardia 72-0-72.
ph. aldt .,.t see what h sb withouo1yaet asn .. .pth- .g --- Malugna' fraliner, Sotero On the. back nine, e cardedRRoberto (Chato) A lem an
L . o l thame ...TR UM8 to be only one Ruds was l i fae for el.ht ears and a birdie for an- Jumped Into the lead in the sec-
w ,aeourIet, who .ad y .nk 4lbrirtlt.t ot el. the t rat .J e Thl soluthlog ftr this muddled situa- starting the a 2 and theA other 33. ond flight with an 83 less 13
3rASm i .1 "rth r 1CiEs. Th- i ar." a-" .^f anim e wa pl.ca under orders handicap for a net 70. He is to-
I. Uaen-e ,^ hbBgy- - h *i .. "U tu nt 1 Th< Paatronat d Ju egO of the track eterilnarlan. That. believe it or not, is a slowed by Baby ArngO 84-13-71,
wa s t tehat te r*o the .r< was taR. fo* d. (Gambltng Control Board hasa Native racer Orando, which gross 701 Bob Novey 83-10-73 and Bill A-
a usaffti ri alw t hive been -r to get v*welordCk the authority to scratch any ran out the betting on Sunday. But that's only half the sto- rango 84-11-73.
el ha hsum a ses-p-tore *ot Marh a a SWedni--d -d 5eored le tall horse. or cancel athy race, it in Ita performed, poorly and will not ry. Dave Westman is 70 years o A total of 44 players have iH Ii
f.te* ^hiS3dal oiB _.e / of the Nha to beat opinion the horse or race 1,de- be allowed to race until the agel A stroke for each year of played the 18 hole qualifying
"- then I knew we had a fld on-or hand. Tmere .wa vana. trimental to the program. track's veterinarian Kives per- his agel How many can do that. round In the Al Reynolds tour-
nothl Oould do to utany life in it. But I was goln to be If ever a race desv to ble million. Orandp finished lame. Congratulations, Dave. nament, sponsored by the mak- ..
darn sure no RIg-musca. ambitious sparring partner was gotig
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no=-Ookell tho hi tririd with Al Wrel, who ua,- to ate liOt ~ stkot of
we". W.ei isn't qrn" 8 1 26.1a, *!s's s"' w t Sr a W loty
Swasw tw umo heavyweogh tasmlisW

IhaUh de a It t oima ba' o s The two were r a ched
iJe LouI hIWWal ,em Aotl U a e Ud 'uled to meet he" lSIt month.
rt Chwarles Ma W r abte. M at adaQ bhad to defer : his
S a b.ar B ut valinam f -O te a.to. a vir a Iv ee-
I, W- a W hhmd offered Clrlw IM InM e w&Nt 1044: 11f100ll m*h ifter
Uay Wt-111 get bidm kMi f y Cen e ha my wire Iad t p enny Davin
Mo ldzkt lm 1 ,te, so I bad itoi 1& e0 ." "-Buttet.
MUMr needed me t an"d atpW.rnS it wMa at thisPt
that Bill Kyne, a big whqel out here, get into the actL Sddler, rated among th_ fin-
S"W had a sellout," revealed Mumay, "ad a quick count ea modern ring cnhaplots, Is a
ilated we'd cut up at least $60,000 in profits. But just before top-hvy favorite to eaoe away
the fight started Kyne got up in the Ting and made an an- with a wia over Loes, .whoe
nouncement, he said the promoters had decided to turn over the laut outing wa a lesa to C rme-
qttreiroUt to RW.W. titn hap& l erore, Calif. -l Co"ta'lA Now York two
S"Well. the people e e to tor down the house cheering.l mdnthe ago.
I iress I would have cheered a little myself if I hadn't been so
patonished. The champion was expeed to
: "It was not only the first-I'd ever heaM of the chapel but come into- tie ring at about 131
#lo that that was where my dough was g6ing." pounds and Lopes at I23.


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your $10 bon4 will earn you an additional $121
your $80 bond will pay you $24 more -,
and your $100 bond, $120 more .
WHERE ELSE CAN YOU GET SUCH AN INVESTMENT )NT-?;
For these bonds ARE GUARANTEED by the NAT'L GOVERNMENT
- which has NEVER FAILED a BOND PAYMENT!
More than half the $1,000,000 issue has already been bought by-the genera] pubiNi
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-Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy P,-
Wis.) spid last night he may op-
pose President lisenhower for
re.election unless the Democratic
candidate Is a "leftwingerl' ike
Adl&l Z. Stevenson.
SMcCarthy also said he has no
plans "at this time" to run for
resident himself next y e a r
&ad "doubts very much" h I s
named will be entered In any
resldential primaries. He added
that his political plans are "very
fluid.'
The Wisconsin Republican was
interviewed on the M u t u
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Ireorters willard Edwprds of the
Chicago Tribune and John Kelso
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-The government hopes to clearI
up today some of the confusion
in the Salk polo vaccination
program. The tangled situationI
prompted one New England city
today to call off all inoculations
until fall.


Ir. still another conference "standby" control bill will be ap-
here production experts of the 'proved. Sen. Living M. Ives (R-
vaccine makers were called in-I N told reporters he favors it,
dividually to the Health. Educa- thus giving Hill more than
tion and Welfare Department to enough votes to win committee
discuss their current supply sit- approval. The administration has
nation and the government's sal it does not need any fur-
voluntary distribution plan. their control legislation.
While the' meeting was in .Meantime, the.Healta.1 Service


nhccrarho said that unlessthethn
President saidoes somethnless" a The Board of Health of Brock- progress, the Senate Labor and made available a confpfatlon of
President "does omeld by thing aChi ton, Mass., voted to cancel its Welfare Committee considered polio cases during the four-week
bout Americans held by the Chl vaccinations, scheduled to start legislation authorizing a 28-hil- period ended May 14. It showed
nese Communistm forI couldjob of an Thursday, because of "the un- lion-dollar fund to vaccinate that the greatest number of cas.
support him for ay ob o stable condition concerning vac- needy children and providing es among children receiving Balk
kinU." e cine" It was the first city to standby federal controls over vaccine occurred In Californi.1
He was asked whether he take such drastic action, al- vaccine distribution. and Idaho.
would "go cut and work active- though others have deferred Chairman Lister Hill (D-Ala) Here are the number of cases
against him." their programs temporarily, said after the closed-door meet- In the four-week period this
"It all depends onwho the th n ng that the committee will take year, followed by the number ol
It all dePe . Bolus . Asl., Brockt no action on the legislation un- cases In thp corresponding .pe-
er candidate is," he replie d. health officer, said 600 of 2.200 til it receives "suggestions" from. riod Jast year and, finally, by
"Now take for example, It 8te- first and second grade' children the administration and redrafts the number of cases among vc-
bnson were the other candidate, had been withdrawn from the the bill. cinated persons thi year: .
l ,r- ly couin't find myself program by their parents. Hill said he Is confident the California: 111 cases this year,
supporting someone as far to The Brockton decilon came as ...
$he left as Stevenson. vaccine manufacturers, polio ex-
Serts and federal officials met at New I Needed
*, "In fact, If Stevenson were the National Institute of Health Ntem- -w t L8 aW NSede
e other candidate, I would here in an urgent effort ito de- ltlrln nlll L ws
ive to, I suppose, vote for Ei. cide the future of the vaccina-
,jinhower'as the lesser of two tion program and relieve 40 days. _
of anxiety for American parents.
SDr W. Sebrell Jrdirecto StopPornography-Kefauver
kscCarthy saa d there are a lotof the National institution, said
Republican presid ential ca dthe experts made "satisfactory"
ws he would be "glad to sup. progress in ye terday's review of o
-.. He appealed to his inter- th program. He declined to say WASHINGTON, May 24. (W') "It's not," he said, "wha at
wer not to ask him to name what, if any, conclusions had -Sen. Estes Kefauver (D-Tenn) you'd call pleasant reading.
So been reached, but held out hope said yesterday Congress may be The senator said the forthcom.
m, cm- of an important announcement forced to pass stringent n e w ing hearings will go into rno-
MMcCoarthy flata opposed the nto today laws to smash the "big busi- graphy peddling to juvenfles as
S ected Big Four conference Bebrell said government eg- neo" of peddling smutty perIo a uatlonal problem. The s b-
n he is fearful of "another perts and outside consultants dicals, pictures and films to copuitteesa interest Is In that
ft *tsurrendr." Btut he said studied all technical problems youngsters, pa, of the racket which puts
was not comparing President involved In safety tests and call- salacious publications, records,
-enhower to the late President ed in officials from sit firms The Tennessee senator made pictures and fiI ms into the
-besevelt because Mr. Roosevelt manufacturing the Salk vaccine. the statement on the eve of his hands of youngsters, he said.
Snew what communism meant." They also reviewed data obtain- departure for New York, where "The question of the st a g
ed in the current recheck of his juvenile delinquency su b- smoker is not In our jurtedic-
"1senbower, on the b t h e r manufacturing plants. committee starts hearings to- tlon," he explained.
S-', I don't -believe has any Industry sources said in ad- day on the traffic In pornogra- The witnesses, he said, will be
;neeption of Just what interna- vance the conference would take phy. persons connected with- what he
",al communism im hat, what ue a government proposal that called the "big business" of ped.
S stand for," he saidm all unreleMsed vaccine be tested He said the. group has not de dling smut.
Stand again. These sources said the cided hew the obscene evidence "We'l be interested in the
conference also would discuss should be handled in a public question of federal control," he
gArner I 60. the possibility of Imposing stiff- hearing. The question, he con- said, "In the mails, customs and
er safety standards. ceded, is a topchy one. Interstate commerce."
;ned For Reckless H. S. Howard, president of He exhibited to a reporter a Customs authorities are in-
ne c Wyeth Laboratories, Marietta,] folder of magazines and pamph- volved, he said. because some of
-iving In Balboa Pa., told reporters he had heon I lets brought to him by a Wash- the material appears to origin
assured by government inspec- ington priest who said they all 'nate outside the United States
ad R h b th tors that Wyeth- vaccine they can be purchased here. They The Senate recently approved
r oa has been the checked lat week was all right, ranged from glossypaper nude bill which would tighten regu-
rle of several recent traffic Howard said he still would lkt "art" magazines down to 3-by- nations against shipping porno-
ire d in Balboa Magis- to know whyrelease of the vac- 5 Inch cartoon books. graphy by mail.
Court. cine was held up.
-t The Public Health Service re-_
test recent was that of Rob- checked and cleared some vac-
t P. O'Connor. osee 0. nn A- cine produced by Parke-Davis
--rican. who was fined 815 yes- and Eli Lilly laboratories before DA Y
7ay afternoon for reckless visiting Wyeth. It made no an-
'1tir aloznz th t thoroughfare. nouncement about Wyeth vac-
"Connor was,picked up early cine after inspectors visited the
turday morning company's laboratories. |D


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this year Idao: 25, 2, 16; Ore- It h am !h
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Washington: 8. .6,1; Iiinois: 28. R S .
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Drives l'orrowed' | I*a",
Car Wihout Lighs ;r.S
A melancholy Dane was think- MA
Ing it over In Balboa jail this Wl
morning as the first grey rain -.
of the wet season thundered on
to the roof.--
Things were quite different
last night for Ib Frederikagn.
First o aLI, the 25-ye-old
seaman housed at Corozal-a.
ranting Station decided hq'd
come In town for a little fn'k
Second be took a little drink;
his spirits rose.
.0Y .or so higRh that a teat-
en tIp olcar looked wonderful, u
Witlbut by-your leave, he clmhib- W li
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By 2:45 a.m. today he was roll-
ing gaily aloa Balboa toad,
the vehicle belonging to Leon J.
Sharpenstein.
But the Dane had forgotten
something: he hadn't turned on
the lights. I
A Balboa policeman noted this
omission with the result that 1
Frederiksen was booked on three -
counts;
This morning he was fined $10
for operating a vehicle without
a license, another $15 for us. n
Sharw stein's vehicle without'
oermnion, plus $100 for drivlnf .
a c while he was intoxicated. M | a a
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