The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01580

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The Mail Box is e .pen form for meders of The Pmnme Am
Lom. Latem a elvWed gratefully nSd ar handled ia a whelly se
Sdoielel moner.
If you eeu be a leaer do n't e imiesnt it das1 t es appear
Sst day. Lans p.k m IS the erdoe t.e .
Pleem toy keep tUen Mai. .tU p page le th
S Identity eof lfe wr vites in SttSt dhele.
This newaper seumes as mpealbI~oy ft sl-e*mants @ eI*mll
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#fTr M W InB o IN rf no 0
OF HOUSING AND CREDIT UNIONS
Panama, R. I

Allow me apace to ask one or two questions of the beauMiu
ratlc Pabami Cuhal Company.
; Senator liaenger has been hammering away (recently) at th
necessity of eoolidation of services in the'PC Co. A very, ver
cpd idea. He als talked about housing, to which I want to refe
>ut, from a different angle.
What sl wrong with Army Local-rate employes why they can
lot live in Pan-Canal quarters? Are they considered less privi
Jeged in the order of the privileged on the Co's list? To me then
should be equality all around. If a list is maintained of applicant
dor quarters there should be no distinction for all are working
or the same government of which Gen. Eisenhower sl president
The townslte of Paraiso (Twin Cityl has been privileged ti
'v e a few so-called Army quarters which house just a hand.
of employee. How did It come about that these quarters goi
ed? Why can't other quarters be assigned also? If their
an answer to these questions they should be forthcoming
;bough these columns.
' Whie) I am at it, may I ask why we are deprived of an op.
] rtunity to be members of the local Credit Union? PC employeA
I've an exclusive CU for themselves U.S. rate and Local rate
111vy emnploys are working on something similar. Why all thli
i1klon? Cat one credit union serve all the employes of thi
government? After all we aren't running away with anythipi
S we have no other home and country but Panama and the
Zone.
We want Rmore equaUty, more opportunity for a better liv.
. Let's have the answer if your conscience is clean.
uarters Hungry Loeal-Rater.


I Washington's Birthday


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25 Opera by 38 Conclusion 50 Insect egg
Verdi 41 Noblemen 81Poem
26 River in 42 Roman poet S3 Cereal grain
Germany 43 Cotton fabric 54 Individual
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governors teln the lads tro
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what the late blasts ftron
broad really mean.
When.I heard from the n-'
ion chief that they were
to roll up three quarter m a
million dollars this fiscal year
I asked for and got a look at
the portfolio -and decided tbeen
and there that nO matter ho*
Wall Street la hissed In the
future, the class struggle haes WAON-(
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companies -with the biggest Preldent in
blues of seerities Ia Amerl. the U. b. Supr ~e C
cam Telepheme -ia Tei e. be favorable to his,
graph, General nMte U.. Author of the
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e Urumuayans Arrive elaborate as at Pottlo, the Iln
s arl Motorcycle Jaunt has comfortable separate dor-
,Three motorcycle enthusiasts mitories for aen and women
*rive, in Cristobal yesterday hot showers, d beds. ar .M
ofom Emeraldas, Ecuador, to excellent, large dining r oo m
art on a trip by cycle to the There are two ski tows and
iit.d States. good slopes. It tali. area thev
|ihey were Leon DAnissow, are seven ootilr ski 6eis and
d Juan Garat, both 40 yes.rs about fifty private eabins, -
d and Care! Macagno. 2,, who1 LagunfHlas 'is ln 'thbe MaIpu
lrived here on the Standard Valley, southeast rof Santiagc
ruit ship Guayas. and can be reached by. car In
iThe three cyclists are bound two hours ftim that C ety. The
Ior NeW York. skiing at this resort is more
aerugged and for the mor ad-
^nagra Announces Flights venturous. It has greater u.
Chile For 8klers To Begin larity with the :ocI a.skI r;
SJune -than wi the bOtourlaiU. There
sikduig enthusiasts can now are accanmodationsr Cm 'mtore
ok folLard to the skiing sea- than 200/skiers and smaller
in South America which cables; whlrg p ahe-yiloulty,
ii begin in the popular Chi- .
S ,resorts late in June andUSCo mem tes
oninueuntil mld-October. I US Co memories
T'he three principal ski resorts
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east, which is reached over-Wit o Stamp
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ghts; are Portillo, Farellones WASHING'oTO), May 1,,IW818
Pd l agunill, The United States this yeat
Tihe best kn6wn,'#pa-pr9bably celebrated the 150th anniversa-
e most popular skf resort in ry of the Louisiahas Purchase,
uth America is Portillo, which and the Post Office Depart-
located approximately 9,500 merit issued a three--cent stamp
et up in the. Andes within in commemoration 'of the ses-
ght of Mount Aconcagua, the quicentennial yesterday.
ghest mountain in the west- The stamp bears the picture
Shemispere and beside the of US Minister to France Rob-
autlful Ioft Lake,' just five ert R. Livingston, special envoy
urs train ride from Santiago, James Monroe, and Francois
e (Chilean capital. Special Barbd-Marbols of France who
s operate Wednesdays and negotiated the treaty under
turdays and the round trip which the territory ws .pur-
re is only the equivalent of chased from Frac e.
.25r in American nMney: 0th- The Louisiana P u r c h,a s e,
Sins'.leave or. Mnday and which doubled the' area of the
u'dr.ys. United States at that time, in-
ortillo has mag n if ce n t eluded most of the Iland be-
pcs which have gained an tween the Mississippti .Rve and
ternational reputation with the Rocky Mountains and the
verbal long runs for both the Gulf of Mexico and Canada.
pert and the novice. The The territory which included
.in run at, the foot of the all or a part of 15 states, was
tel is 2,500 kdet with varied purchased for about four cents
r3 of slope$. t is provided an acre.
th two chain lift systems for nace
e benefit of umpers and has
rhcad equip ent for towing.
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gAnd Hesee Dresses ...... 45-


Fi* M3uslin Sheets
Faasa .amoo aid Lady Pepperel
full 130 co ,t the finest muali.s you can'buy,
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2 x 99 Twd Size ................SALE 2.7
2 x 108 Long mo$I" Sie .......... SALE 3.2
0 x 108 Wide Fll Size ............SALE 3.5
2 x 36 Pillowqes ........... ... 2 for 1.3
Coibed Percale Sheets
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percale sheet, silky soft, fine quality
mumibllevaMy eq wearing I
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2 x 99 Tuiw Size .... ........... SALE 3.5
2 x 108 Tiun Size .............. SALE 3.9
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Sx 99 Double Bed Size ............SAL 2.75
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You Sell'em... When You Tell em thru ,A."fttsif6

Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "" Street PUAMi
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
Household Automobiles o n," a is ,dae Willah..' S.,t. C.a, r.schm
.Wee ilf AlieAmmem.pa Sm I n 2 bedrooms, refrigerator,
FOR SALE Refrigerator. 25-cycle FOR BETTER USED CARS o20l Am C. C L. UL r Bea lboo 2-3056QI t
excellent condition $1 0000;bab! SbbIel
excellent condition a St 0 Smoet & Pbardes DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
bOd S10 00. 1417-D Cy. C S ,o Centra' Avenue & K Street Corner, Gramlich Santo Clam beedh~os
SbooO E UICK ad CHEVROLET Telephone 2-3479, Panamai. ag Electr ic aebox gas l
FOR SALE --F,.gidawre 25 cycle, 9.3 4O1- LE: Lincoln, 1948. four ---CAR-rrrR US1D CAM n to riate; 4-5, PqleOM 441
cu ft o er 2 years guarantee, ex- doors n very good condition. Apply FOR BETTER USED C -amb; 4-567, Pedro MI l.tI
cellent condition. $15000. House to Corta V.eja Office. Jos Fco. de Smoee Pwlede PhMsl. ,Oceanside cottogo t
rQ New Crisiobol, lh. Street 3- la Osa No. 30 or call Panama 2- Clara, o. x 435, elboa. p
-29;1. 1028 for information. BUICK and CHIVROLET Panama 3-1877, Crlstobel 3-1673.
FOR SALE-Used stoves in good con- FO SALE 1949 Cadilloc-62 se- CURUNDU NUR.RY SCHOOL
dil.on dan. Duty paid. Recent complete Will remain open oill during he FOR RENT
Your Silveami SI.g mechanical overhaul, new tires, summer we still have a few vR-
Via Ese.A Ne. I Cas eit battery. etc. Owner driven. May be concies. Call 83-2168 bef M noon Holu -
seen El Panamr Garage mornings, any weekday. FOR In P-- L-
WANTED evenings. Call Frank Miller. Room F R L RENT I oa t in Pr .
229. El Panaom or Abattoir Nocio- FOR SALE *. fr information *' S.
MiscellaeOU8 nal 3-4755. Wast No. ,. upstairs.
: PrRBETTiR USED CARS iFCR SALE. Plymouth Club coupe Miella FOR RENT
1949 radio, undercoat, seat cov- Bids will be received in the office of
Smet & Pads erD. or conditoner, good tires, in the Manager. Curundu Clubhouse, un, Ap
K d RET .xcelent shape $1,095. t533-B til May 15th, 1953, for the opera- A
BUICK CNIVOLET_ Chogres St Ancon. Tel. 2-2990. tron of the Curundu Beauty Shop con ALHAMERA APARTMINTS
SFOR SALE: 1950 Nash Statesman session in the Curundu Chubhous. Tml and t Ih -lseseg f~uisra d
WANT TO PLACE. Excellent Jo- 1.195; 1950 Horley Davidson Further information may be obtainelf safnrlsed sipOsat lls Beos t e-
ma.con general maid and ccck I Hydragl.de $750. D. W. J1lls. Cu- from the Clubhouse Manager. Cu- "leaed gde. 6t. .106 Ugu,
Wonderful ,th ch&idlren mut hve1 rundu Fire Station. Phone 83-2212. rundu. New Cri.t4i.eL Tebrlpem '
in Call Noble at Nav 2371 dab,. Is1.
and 3440 nights. FOR SALE 1949 Chevrolet 4 door, FOR BETTER USEb CARS O I1. *
od Sedan Good tires, radio and new Sner Pared" ITTR Und CA
WANTED: Certon old U. and e e pint. Excellent condition. Con be
Parnama con s B Wrte ver CBr d seen all day at Aquilino de la BUICK end CHEVROLET
*s--ton. Bx 4. B Guardia No 27. FOR SALE.-Sheep wool for mattrem, UICK n C
FOR BiTTER USED CARS suitable for cold climate; woolen ATTENTION G.l.'--, Recitly built
FOR SALE cS t & pae cc oal. ize 16. First Street Perejil, apartments: one, two, threl bed-
SS No 4. downstairs. rooms, furnished; hot and mcWd we-
Boats & Motors BUICK and CHEVROLET FOR SALE: 1952 Allstate t ter. Telephone 3-4941, F1neali
FOR SALE.-25-hp. Johnson $275 Thinking of Overhauling your mo- scooter. Albrook 6143. FOR RENT: Two-bedroom, tw6-
00; 18-ft. runabout $10000. Call tor' See us for a budget, no mat- FOR SALE:-Tractor, Allis Chlmln bathroom large apartment. Rent
6-495 after 6 p.m ter whether it is Ford, Naoh, WI- HD.0O. with "Carco" single drumn $140.00. Rcardo Arias 40, Ca-
SALE---. cabin lys, Studebaker, Chevrolet or Hud- winch, in perfect mechanical n4 po Alegre.
whale boat hll. V-8 Converon son. We have what you want. lion. Priced very low. Apply to Os FOR RENT: Unfurnished 2-bed-
wh750.00. AlbroCk 6203 Autooc mond L Moduro, B Street No. It room apartment, two both, tnOid's
$750'.00. Albrogk 6203 15th & Melendez Pcnoam City. Telephone 2-042Q: room, garage, hot water instels-
KOR SALE T.~ ber Boats & Mo- Tel. 1336-Colon FOR ET USD CARS on. 44th St.No. 32. Tel. 3 15
Stors, Marine Engine, Chrysler Ace. FOR SALE: 1949. Oldsmobile. 2 FOR RENT: Furnished apartment,
87 HP 2 '2 to I reduction gear." door Hydromoatic, radio, seat covers Smoear Paredes new. Residential section 140.
Good condition. t4ow operating in Priced reasonable. 0429-K, Ancon Telephone 3-0082 a
36 ft. Wheeler Wll denmon',rate. Tel. 2-3656. BUICK and CHEVROLT 3
Phone 83-4295 ------ FOR SALE: Plymouth 1941 De FOR SALE:-"Tropical Fish." Many f 2o Crr, 2 l, ph I-
F L Lux Buss Coup, elegant varies cheap going to States 2487.
FOR ,,,SALE it.6r, just dependble trans- 2761-A. Barneby St., Balboa. Phone -
Sportatien. If qu have $199 for 23363. _______ FOR RENT: Two bedromI new
Real Etae deal. call Cristobal 1300 othe-F RSALE S filing cabinet ufurnishe apartment at "El Can-
Real Estate otat.if c ha ve 199 th F Storl filing cabinets, Cfn a e onveiene a 3-
Ssal E ae ie don't waste, both our time. legal size with lock. Steel desk. 8o' all convenMences. Call 3-
|OR SALE'-50-acre property .n El FOR SALE Ford model A 1930 Executive revolving chairs Vera- 86, P .
"Volcim. near Boy Scouts camp, post coupe. Good condition, brand new guos Street No. 13. Street facing FOR R6N.:-Ap.tment 1wi1 11
nffice'iand highway. Telephone Bal- trees, jusi pointed and bvethauled. Customs House Gatevidal. service faciJlNe, Jvim.
boe 3147. Ancon Avenue No. 86. room, Phodining 2-or, ner b -
SALE:-Beaut.fut concrete cot- Po f ee room. Phfered a r1464, Ag
.2 baths, livinroarnl. kitchen. .- --- -' "! .a Rpaertment on grounT floor First
parades completely tiled a furnish- WANTED: s -not over 3,5e, es r O. strt. Lrel. c1A. Cob
9 1d. 2200 square mets. fruit good appernce t speak Span- seen from 9:00 a. ir. to 4:00 p.
; trees. Can be seen Frnd through ish and English. d details, ex- m.
e, Sunday. after, call Colii 1118-J perience and srkiel, photo to "Al-
4 Colon 888 macn," Box 134, Panama City. FOR RENT
SFOR BETTER USD CARS WANTED:-Mon to Puy second hand Your Community Station ..
furniture. Apply 'Household Ex- 0oom0,
change. Ave. Nocional, 41 BUICK sa CHEVOLET mobile Raow. F R__T. -Furni:- e,- 1;6 .m an,,
BUICK ad CHIVROLT Whoe 100,000 People Meet small furnished se beth nd
4. FOR BITTER ilD CARS m6als to 0entleman. Call afternoons
Smeet1, Parede" Today, Friday, Tel 3-2949, Ave. Just Aroeeme-.
Of 01 Union Civil s_.l,., Fd M I n 5 -
BUICK and CHEVROLET p.. FOR IETTIR US-D CARS
arWin iM ght -3:15-The Lttle Show
3I Of A-u 1s :30--Music Without Words ~ '*5i*
4:15--Caga Loema "meBUICK and CHIVROLET
To Keep C annonI 1 O A p 4:a-WhaC a Your Favorite ET-
-MADISON, Wis., May 2 Up h S e (Aencla Steer rergerato st ve nod With living
onft e Of Union Civil War 5:A--What's YoUr Vav orIt, rme andi dinlngro rn ture.,
nd o Civil War 0W Y(cok a r) B O NVista. Telephone 3.5099,
,PPrenUt have o wonP (aont.) P anama. ___
eir e to keep a captured 5: a-- ws ... 0
eir tai. e on a pt C da m STLU "- Imrow, Saturday, Apri18 IS FOR REN.T: -Room with mealos ella.
eda t cnaon at Camp ST. LOUIS, Mo., May 1 (Up)p- 5:35-What's Your Favorit Vista. Phono.3-45.
n a. The Eighth U.S. Court of Ap- (contd.)
The Shoh cannon r eals yesterday upheld the con 0-A Look at Australia
9rttabur LpcInno Tenn., ca tr viCtion of Jar. si P.. FinneIn 6:15--Musical interlude s W K. r yor
i tabgo, waste ubectn of former St. Louis collector of in- 6:30-Philco Rendezvous
sr-'- go wa' the subject f ofter-al revenue, t0wo charges6:45--LoweU Thomas
y proetsts at a Senate Vet-r tLvnuo,, to char L oTh om s C OSe resident
Affars Committee Vet-ofmisconduct : .-00-The BBC Bandstand O
ons and daughters of W Si_- u a s. three-M a 0- o Of Pen Women
's boys in lue protested court was unanimougs Ir agIt's REVIEW
~ aNtion Parks Service lan attorney, Morris Shenk,, sad he 7:45---ere Comes Louis Jordan Mr.W. N. W.
.the cannontS owla would seek a rehearing and, if 8:00-Request Salon ]Wa. W.Diablo
mve tecannon to rhilo d a .ppea S- U Contary wa-n unanimouJsie.fd branch
near PittsburD Landing. edenied appeal to the -u- 4...oUsmn'V? .lrae
p. lenn Davis. R-Wi., In- Finnegan was sentenced to two 9:30-London Studio Concertsf IrJ
d the committee T-uesdy years in prison and finl iofe10010 (BKBC) "oIet W .of
Lepark service wouldn't touch On 'the charges. He w freedof 10:00-Cavalcade Of AOrfeu.rI&Ofe
e nnon if there were ob- bribery charges. fVOA) eo r .-u...
The committee recoit- He was convicted of aaesting 10:30-Adventures of P. C. 49 o.
ed indefinite postponement 5.000 from the Wanrwifl l otel BC)
aVes n of s emerure thit C. O vices inofeetg 11:00- Owl'sNest t
the outh.. government and for r ce In ows
A. f_ rom the Ameriean T row Saturday. May 2 She
fold Corp. for helping obi a A.M.
S Qit Smoking? g565,000 Reconstruction FOIce 6:0"-Slgn On The Alarm c~ _ln
Corp. loan for the firm Clock Club irtInin
A. Yea, secretary of the ,8.:a"-.Strctly 'Instrumental i i M um ku.m.L UN o
A oa leagu e onf. A irIalle o fUP -- ----.t hndlIt s: --'" d, Neigh- IM arnh, un.re l-
"We have several deter- nRe--Ow bl ( NiC)eCalt banch.e lwo d to, repre.-
Sv^ nnanoR.d(ll lc Leaders
,ao -Caihoimce Survey (BBC) tonal le-.'P

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Hd. "Lemons and elgareets he1:11 i, K >OI ews the Record
t their. arets BERLIN. Mav I (UP) East 11: t theRecord ( ...d.) --
a German Communist acu eId 11:l t an
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gellcal church leadeam" ted y of ga d -
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ELECTROLUX T c ar publet by the I : ltton
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Fatal Blast Demolishes

Defense Chemical Plant -

PEABODY. Wis., May 1 (UP)- was enough for me. I started to as m5
At least one worker was killed take off and the thing let go-- Tlor, but l t
and 24 injured, seven critically, whoosh."' Far ver' bea m Pa
yesterday when a tremendous to. -"
explosion ripped through a war Fucci added that the blast
qhemical plant here. "knocked me on my seat. The
SKnown dead was, Fred Lawson first thing I saw when I looked tt> .. '
of Salem, who apparently had up was a guy laying there abso-
been hurled through a window lutely naked except for a sock on : e f..
by the blast. one foot." a
Fire officials estimated the He said he knew the man only t~i mi.. .
loss at $1.000,000. as a "worker at the slant named ur ilr: S6
-The blast occurred at 1 p.m. Lawson. I guess the explosion a.
while at least 22 persons were in- blew him right out a window." ESPION AGE Thad Ma son,
ide the sprawling plant and its Deputy Fire Chief Joseph Mul-' a former Communist Party fo anm t iO.fh*1w
outbuildings. cahy chanced to be driving past member, tells the Senate n- ldo ap
Viwing the blackened, smok- theplant when the explosion oc- eternal Security suboommite
tig ruins from a plane, United curred. how he Stole plass: of a Jah- al- loof.
Press photographer Ed Fitzger- ing craf gine for tpRpS
a'd said "I don't see how anyone "It went up all of a sudden,": during World War IL. Mason what a Ial d e ti .
^"saLMason, s" '- f' wha a. l d
that was inside could possibly he said. "There were a series of then an employee in-fve* th ie who. aa4 n't th vined e l
have escaped alive." smaller blasts and the roof was land's General Motors p th o oe G tre this 0.she's ---'
Police. searched the hissing ru- tossed at least 50 feet into the aid blueprints wee b ,e ometnn.
ins and additional victims as ir." to rkers' cafeteria, pho -I ProV somhing."
firemen played tons of water Mulcahy iaid he got out of his, grapbd, and then return ed -o
over the charred debris. car and ran to the yard to help files. -1a ofo ty d a-
E Earlier, police estimated that several office girls who were -- thenreasonshve O spr iiliiwi
as many as four persons were "cut and bleeding from flying'-4
kille d. gllass." 0'S *u shln e Booth will m '*t-

lowed demolished the American the plant's shipping room. "All I te
Fesinous Chemicals Corp. main heard was a hissing sound." he 'nor Ibe 6 me o

.ro me!" *.I. W ove .u
td ideveralenearbysmaller said. "then a part of, the wall lit l 1e
tbe city's business district. "I managed to stagger out a loe Hllywood ut
Automobiles parked nearbydoor that-had been blown open HAMILTON, May.(uit) A love. the stae.
hrd their roofs caved in bv de- and then I helpebd some girls young red-haired woCt d .tol
brs and homes and factories in, from the nearby office building," policethatself in Rssan 29. "The p- erned s to dvct life asm ,
a two-mile area had their win- he said. Koulas suffered a leg in-, killed hi myself in Russian rolet-Concnedis to divid ork
te fashion early today aitr he b een movies and New york.
daws batteredd. Flying glass cut jury. pointed a plistol ,it her and O many .fIlma can spol-Athe
several p' ssersby.. "ehe e Itn re
Victor Fucci, a Roxbury truck Mulcahy said that all regular three times clicked the,.tdtggeir oularity of an actress, a tiV
Ion empty chambers. 4,y if all the roles are he
driver who was Pt a loading plt- employes of the plant had been Mrs Janice Plenimons ie i ."
form just outside the factory ac-ounted for. here to report thae hoot
'en the blast Qrurred..taid: However. he said one or several, which occurred about 1:3 a. ALL ME LUCKY
."I saw sbie snoke cok 9 oit other uersonm could have been in a -cottage near Goat Rock11
of the olant as I wrlksd ro-nd. inside the building at the time of lammon theChattahoochee River Wide-faced, golden vol d -
Then I saw a guy run out. That the blast. 15. miles north of Columbus. The Guy Mitchell zoomed tp lamei o
poteI s about 10 miles wbiof a recording of "My Heart ,Glel
here. $oar You" and WaPAraoand nowt
Harris County Coroner JetI .e prinklkng him .w4tth ,O
S 'C. Jordan said Crane, who JJiyd trduat in a filAtUaicm, '
r I 9in Columbus, was found dead.4 S tters From Seattle."
the cabin. I .: But Guy's confessing thatbe
STARTS TOMORROWI Mrs. Plenmons siged a fl alnoast wasn't the gi. who re-
Spage. statement detail th l. dedI "My Heart." Two t! the
shooting, the coroner sai. BS i stlon's tQ record a
said that Cpane removed vOW me. dt't thik
cartridges from a plat~o, held la be a hit and u
the gun at her breast and pull' 4,wn. Then it wAs offeA to
e / -the trigger three times with out uy "nd Iwas lucky-Itnght
result.i
He then put the gunt th dl@sslblitiS."
head and on the rth try the A former rodeo performer,
trigger found a cartridge. Mrs. y's c1 L. oer horses
Plenmons was not held. Im n picture "that
S can do without a double;"

SIt's double, milestons next
month for Helen. Gison e
former sillent iseal -.
her 60th birthday And.-hr
year in pictures. 8he.at b
career in 1913, reached stardom
two years later i ,U rsoo4
thriller, "The HaI rdiu Of 10,
l marine d and dlv (1 oed' Hoot
baon.
The latest Ma and Pad settle
lie Isher 400th flicker. When
e can't get lines to speak in
tur, she does extra wok or
ublea,for'other. raw". At
Helen candm rv'kmsucboar .,
.mble from a hrira nd- leap
from a moving t in.

qZ'seripta in which womencrack .
the whip and make 1s1m*grdel in
Confess ing that "I shouldn't TON
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old colt Quo Vadis appears to have a lock on the fe- Pan-Am ourney F.r .
tared $550 Class "E" seven furlong sprint at the te : .
luan Franco Race Track tomorrow afternoon. MEXICO Cr, M i r .
' Quo Vdis had a winning wire and he Was putlasted by aDve Douglfado wiar,. ., az: A. V
streak of four victories cut when Mirzatoats, sh aared thueg lead with a 3 6=.-b ( l-.op M. Ouer*0
Sran up against another classy Tomorrow there seems to be no old Mexic ad .6-CrIo A. MA" 1d5 -da
(th er by the name of Great animal In the race capable of up- of seond round .
0ame. Following that setback, setting the Newman star even If the Pan American ..
Quo Vadis was given a three- he encounters poor racing luck" --to Biae t W" NativeIo 1 te NMl.
week rest. He returned to action again. All the other starters in bMa r lom r imA A SeEond e B aftleo
last week and met another up- this race are rated more-or-less bagasor from eina*eo t
and-coming British thorough- on a par. They are Visir, Rose Dogl each turn In 0
bred who defeated him in a hard Hip, Arkansas, Porter's Star, uer 4spar 6' iR.IAege 11 Oll0
battle down the homestretch aft- Rathlln Light and Pin P Pon. opening oed to A. M S 118
er Quo Vadis suffered tough rac- The secondary attraction pitsHan and oer stavt O 1
Ing luck. hard luck newcomer Poetinovich Hoga andofher r. r 11
At the start of last week's six- against impressive newcomers ano the ..l F. oida 1t0h9x-.
and-one-half furlong sprint, Quo Homeland and Toletaso. Hard Hogan, the cen .
Vadis stumbled and trailed the running Grisu .and Paragon whichh foun e -me
field going into the backstretch. round out this well matched opned te a .e ,l Ble u Imtphedem0 t .Pa,,; tirh
When he got going, he ran past Class "F" field. the tiny Texan w-s 3lI t nr Ote TO
horses as though they were This $500 one mile contest nayer who-xpetw -- *
standing and entered the home- shapes up one of the most even- player tough Mx'te l -Pe ol.a O. Casit. lw ill_ l
stretch on top but his brilliant ly matched races of the long course. A. Me .108
effort told in the drive to the weekend. Art Wall, Jr. of t ,-each E Ia I
S '.Pa.. was the only, oRt 4--1Rin, BRot,.. j ,U2
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I- = I one-under-par 71, 6h -Intelude X. a i Njp
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LOUISVILLE.-Putting one little word after another, what- o Gr t 4-An- e -
ever became of Herman Hickman? A year ago he was out here other Argentinwo above pr, i. V.
combining Derby research with Yale missionary work. It sur- other Ae Vie- wz Astnrb .l-. "
pit"e&Mr. Pat and Funny to find he was much better known ia erto De Vicemo no om -
the hiterlands as a TV personality than a college osacb, which ..
tact was influential In his subsequent decision to leave football. -* Rf. t &"- I ALPf tW! ,
This week's winter-book figures make Bee Arr (named after Rainbow City l A .a va S Bad Ss
RaBh Rickey) 1000 to 1. At this writing It looks a It no more bw -Golden Bound ".x-LO.10
than I will answer the call for the 79th Run for the Roses Sat- b -- Sa B. 116
urday A local line makes Native Dancer the odds on choked at Softbal Leasa B. u S
I to, followed by Correspondent at 4 to 1, Royal Bay Gem, 8 3S -c W a nda MenSa lO 20
to 1, ad Straight Face, 12 to 1. Hardboots who saw the televised
reo r of the Wood out here were impressed and conceded today .To Open May 1
te Vanderbilt gray is the one to ..beat--. .
The board of directors of the it
Rainbow City Men's Softb llN
I is no secret in the trade that Ben Hogan's asking price to League haa set May 1 as the '-.-tL l5of it 2
udav In a tournament these days is a5000. And what's wrong opening date for the ..a.ue. 0 i... 7m. of i


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"Wvertheless, prime flgh is a rough, tough bnin game.
_ ,for he paeinty wat. There seems to be no dou-t th'e
atreme neg-l.Ieeian e Boston figh ,ad the loor wtri
d was justified, yet ar Earl Ruby comments locally "If
Share going to have to stop every fight thatheeOn
goa t of her vnt-sroom chair the manly sport of be-
Wha had Itn" AKswe ei can't do a fe t fghu'W
aren't always as destructive as they look. How sany
-_, dDempsey have F.o on the floor? Aad teveytime
Sa fgetlI. Max Ber him to the floor a gR illard
e a se amipoashp in a corner after goitg down half
M dime in ne round. There isn't much that is cilvfled
S!fihtin. Bne able to survrie a murdqpens puneh.
riskf reghusite. & e can take It," is.h, h prlWaS Maybe
viewers will have to learn to take itoo, or keep tuned
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oe on the Sharkey-Jeffries fight. I was at the ring-
ght. There were only a limited number of seats and
a mere five bucks. My chief memory in the ferocity
harVey went after the taller, stronger, more power.-
.Ih desperation he would leap from the -floor trying
Jeffries' jaw. There was no knockout because Jeffries,
-tracklanguage, waited too long to make his retch rn'
~ two rounds were sickening. Despite what Bill Muldoon
VM there wasn't a dissenting voice when the decision was
Jeffries was unmarked while Sharkey had three broken
-was taken to theU hospitaL It was the greatest heavy-
fight ever saw. and to repeat it cost only five btcks for
ringside. Them were the days, indeed."


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S4Ters In National League
Written for NBA Service
QUESTION: Runner on first
base, one out Batter Imes to
left fielder, who juggles the ball I
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UUd At.th ,,the: 'Center fielder.
MeaRmbOe, man on first leaves
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I 1W YORK. May 1 UP) included homer by Potm f
Pittaburgh'a right field rook d M2d ke Balder. G 3IS
Flank Thomas broke up the CinadEMat holey.
gme. with the Chicago Cube with
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lanift A geinse Prates a 4 to the aseateres- ejs
Strimeht. Thomas hit r rand Ir duel at ..s
ssmu oi last week to give tbhe slaoedl ust
ta n m over the Giants. seventh. liten o
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the e hth when they tied the Runnekl booted.
oent ad doMese by pinch-hitter grounder r a mor
Johbtny Ilndell and Carlos Baer Dck bunted sfely. i
p1w. 'hea Thoma delivered his hit into a double psay
homer after loser Paul Minner followed with his vcWtr ig
gave up his only alk of the
game to Danny OVonnell. Min- Mickey Mantle als
oer drove In both Cub runs with er for the Yankee ,
Striple. riroy F ace, the little ed off a rhubarb
S right wander PittUbuzgh picked muscular switcher i
up in the baseball dra meetings out of sight us jSia e
as "e Dodger or a s2at1 hit the wall n left bene
last wi tee, was the winner n was arded a ho
relief e.. interference. The de
In ether National League gred White Sox M
games, Bobby Thomdon htt a ichards, who was e
nith aInning homer to give the the gameafter he joswl
Giants a 1-0 decion over the Jim ffy. ..
Braves; The Doders a de it
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amies sweeper over Cincinnatl: STMDAf'S an .TA
and the Crdinals-Phillies alnit by (Hen) Themie ,
game at Philadelphia was halted hOemer la the th gee
after five Innings beeauee of Giants al to 6 viefy ie
rain with the score tied at 1-1. MU lw e.
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tkiall averages, but the game
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a u ihin by Virgil Trucks and .WluW- M.
lottatw-run bo n
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JimOy RaymadV- i w srom "Mo ''out and Boston and ymro m"eAn
Ieults Joe Noonan by default. and had an open date. whie ne a b"W
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LOUISVILLE, Ky., May 1 (UP) A field of 12, AN
h loaded by the unbeaten Native Dancer, was entered to-
day for tomorrow's 79th annual running of the Kentucky
Derby.
But only 10 of them may go to the post at 4:30 p.m. -
(CDT) unless the track is muddy. Social Outcast, stable-
mate of Native Dancer, and Money Broker may be
scratched unless the track is heavy.
The owners and trainers of the horses entered e, the peope, know t1 trut .
against Native Dancer were for the most part hoping for TWENTY-EIGHTPANAMA,
an off-track, figuring it would slow up the gray-colored
star of Alf Vanderbilt's stable.
But they received little hope from the weatherman.
The forecast for tomorrow the purse. Thus Eric Guerin, I V i IG o n l '
called for fair weather in the who will be up on Native o
afternoon. However, scattered Dancer, and Johnny Adams,
-thunder showers were predicted who will ride Social Outcast,
for tonight ending tomorrow will split the jockey's purse of
morning. While the Churchill approximately $10.000 If elt'ner
Downs track was muddy thI8 of the horses wins.
morning, track officials said it Eddie Arcaro, who has won K I \ V W
would be fast for the Derby un- five derbies, more than any
less the thundershowers forecast. ________oecy_________ ___ will ride _
for tonight were heavie Mor than Ue rr WASHINGTON, May 1. (UP)-
expected. .spondent. Hank Moreno will be Increased powbr for the c tair
Entered along with Nativeaup on Dark Star, Jim Cowabest. man of the jointthiefs of staff
Dancer, Social Outcast and Mon- on Royal Bay Ge, Ted Atkn- the naton's top mltary man K edS O verrmw C,
e Broker were Ace Destroyer, Shoe er o Iig ot o- Ac promlaed today to become a con-
Curragh Kind, Royal Bay Gem, Shoemaker on Invigorator Al troversial feature of Prelsdent
Invigorator, Straight Face, Ram Popara on Money Broker, Pete Eisenhower's Defense Depart-
OBWar, Correspondent, Spy De-rMcLean on Spy Defense, Dave ment reorganization plan. guarding L *'>
fense and Dark Star. AceDe-Erb on Curragh King; Doug That part of the broad-gauge
stroyer was entered first. 38 min- Dodson on-Ram O'War, J. D. scheme, submitted to Congress
utes after the Deroy entry box Jessop on Ace Destroyer yesterday, drew some adverse HANOI. ndochlna MayV I(UPt
opened.I Congressonal comment while _Invadin gCo uuis
SDarkStar, the winner of the L. .receiving praise from civilian of-
Derby trial on Tuesday, was othe orious A aicialsat the Pentagon. d h ioun tei
last horse in. He was entered 21 The- overall plan calls for De- the ancient Laotuant pt
auintes beforhethe box closed. fense Secretary Charles E. Wil- tuaninta ot caPy lipi.gl
Native Dancer was the eighth lena rtk a;M n son to organize the department Luano Prabangto n.
ane ent~ed, just after the p exoMalong lines of a grand-scale cor- Te arison t ung imto
me of pondent, who i Aga st poraton In an eorto produce 25 miles northeast of ua
expected to o Moff asagainst second more striking power for less bang, pulled back and t diu. l tle
choice to the Dancer, ad been money. defenders of the city that lbly
coipeo t nhe an LOBs ANGEL E, May I (UPI- Civilian control over the miol-t wlast Buhddi sts.t all m
dropped in e box. Peruvian vice consul Dr. Nestor ta ces r hteei It was the outpost to fllit
Trainer Bill Winfrey was smil- A. Michelena, 51. was accused wiping out command res to since Red troops invaded the pt
ing as he entered Native Dancer, by his wife in a supplemental cities now held ded agatedl kingd of Laos early this te
"By golly, I have them beat, In separate maintenance suit today auts orw defad tie te month. t
numbers, an way," he remarked of committing "open and no- aorin orfst oraniathe French headquarters offilcera s
as first he filled out the entry torious adultery" with a 25- joist chiefs of staff organization n I
cial Outcast. Mrs. Maria Michelena charged referenceftor cila 0in o o uanselrband ha CoW mde-
He revealed that it was a yesterday In a supplemental Henceforth.eadmintercomveor- forces were reported In & semi-
Vanderbilt stable rule that st fled to her sut for se- ders will go to theater command- ole e aont at dt -
eW. a eOR,..ntry went in ,parate maintenance that Dr. ers from service seeretarles[and alarontei a dli-
atdicap race the jockeys on a trip to Mexico March 11, combat operations will go from' Bad weather cut by two-
Sreturning April 0. military chiefs Acting explicitly irds the airlift pouring tough
band and the girl stayed at a para ps Into the city wA
DerParley _e__n __twill __but_ _was
Me co tyotel together for The joint chiefs organization- a t
several days before he went to comprising Army, Navy and Air .
h kn r a home of a friend. She named Force chiefs, a chairman and a.
1w MIss Kipp as a co-defendant in unified staff-will revert to the l i f l
the suit, main business of apping war o e lt
S Mlichelena said It was a coin- plans as orinally tended In a Sn
S1o wcidence that Mis Kipp and he the 1947 unification act. ..
u beay some i ,T traveled to Mexlst on the same The- chiefs will continue to ,K B A.t I
f r 5 Y4 0nMay 1 (UP) plane and insist ed they had head their individual services I K n edy's 'u I v
hane rWtmeetin fort a word steasd ie parate rooms at the but are urged to delegate lesser
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n~tor ForRepaRrlallo Too-Wldely Use

u 0 ftnu.aAi.ah today seven American civilians, rer of penic The idea seems beaded tfor interned since the beginning believed that it i "being used has p in atteptIng
oalderabtle opposition when It oft the war. have been handed too extensively in every coun- to rier better relations on
b ttod nichtrNAtKr t s oety fr laua"nA o uM
boa]'t up bore some 2,000 over to Russia for repatriation ... .. ..he.orld" bu_ not b he .-rwt f tbe H
physians from 52 countries The Soviets arranged tie re- cause the bugs are becoming oe late Juan Anill oulza- o r
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