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Assistant counsel Rort r.
Kennedy told the s =-
nent inveftating ea
that 83 of the I
owned b. fnms that (WflI
S.-lnadchd. cargo i
traded with Canmau M
Of these, 15 traded,
with COspuilet C abl! t
other 6 Wr i 'rn "lut ht Un-
der aame ownership, he said.
The u4eommlttee. he i
Seq. Joeph g. McCartw (o-
Wla.)u usd t uyou ,l e-
4' to od u hesr l tn
leai ofVdual trade" by foreln
kg Years, Blmp
ip To 20 Ce
Pay increases roAgingmM 10 to 20 cents an
become effective May 10 OppimanIly s
fal employes in croft journyn and craft sup
Sy -adjustments fo group of empleyK%
oi o~rgunizathon are g ft e mratesmwo9y
Io, or reed to, the 1005^ veIWS
lal Shipyaresn m contain Mnl Unit.d t .i
The increasto be received as 0 re & M ut. le
k.ustment with Naval Shipyardats -Lbesi i .
cdved by this roup of employ i ,,
fpollmabtely Wit at the 1,2i0 oe ui are ta
RPUfOty will Wreslve tnreases t ke in
LK be.r since thepb*si e u to
in poeuons Wfloa rate
are based .Airectly orur,
ec those for IU l l. .
'b1t nr earme lnkbam d a, n
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a s ma & h"s mortras on
a thi b otned by the French
d wtos ITatsha .
M It la tld that the
a incmame In the craft loom
man an d supervlawry piM
I will aerae *34Q a pear and-'
, total approalately *450W*
a one year.
a. The A ned.orce-are attena
19 tto b hl i tueir pay sl
f w nthat of the f PM7
( aY., it was almi9
F Approval. however, mut 1
. ta -da? h approor a
'e. "( ".
t4 hitatsd ty. Eel-
it .. (iaeluding
le t' .i **i '
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Ie l suffering from aupefl
'tre=no- burau on the fate ad .
with the M varland Was ebfztna
. w"a to J. Burnett an6t uW tCw
tp mars clean the launchs*ueb
wveh the gasoline when the exploqp ao.
he amaze- pared.
over the The Bobo was attached to tM
ndM, alaya, Bur
wr ad rie to fall aem a oines bagts t t ad the "erltically neededI" t
handt. We aemnot U tax u. f rushed to La, meI
nd ItHq with Ita oi -a Un m have been pressing W
uOTats."/ &ot ? U*. 6 < big Plying Boxcar mgtar
NWke if he thought a port planes. The big pim
ild hand Russia an "We just cat ilour but- carry 64 fully-equlppi
staUting that th o er thin' B iW said troopers or several tos o
0o0ld go so far ea Lurbg a t leob .iaSry. Officials doubted the
LeOagre that "w l -"W e M &d out was any actual shortaq
im t." ne tll reor .I wheime er in Indochina since it
40B l ,we received some 210 shlble
be Is eoe icae 1gi wWHO many supplies under a W.UM
0 noW amven we_ -t 'i_ ._ .. American ,t .
iad t iW &,a arator aIl- rench ooper
SM. t sa i f MacArthur's with invad Communis
' WASIam t C r w endA to the only nine mUc frea t h
ft-l HIgn. J-*.W- Mar by Red capital of Lao=6 a fgwe
|j the 41'!s hrre Fameo and mat
Rt thi riskat a poralEme of new
M the Sate- UnMe atae"-
5oaf an an- tys-deffew' Ps
Stcrptnryt, z eftl Re! f -
t Dr-Ues thf lt t st
b ri'" t Irshed M a-
Prepeh r!'d nt- bka l S e I!
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FArs Two "
. THE PANAMA AMERICAN
on .Ai .muepIs.. ., .Y Ni ..A Amt" ,
$o. L P*.MNO N t4 a bII
S PAe NAel s PA ,W MAS e Lo N IM
1e-M 1w9MATTVyiI II JOSP? t X 0,
.- Maou LAV. NsW E IWV K. CIVI N V.
pma*"*. s d.
I charge that *d4
of brass am@ Aao.
lIS TOUS Y P UM THI NA _OW4 CU MHI, of bras me
Pentagon which ho..
THE MAIL BOX 1"S--"i
ha.l ust as meU
untrutbh about the
The Malea is on epn fore m edals e of The Pase Amer- evidence of thl di
Sles. Letnws arlemoved 8g~e* y ed 1 handled hi n wheall cee- sonrll- y selecte aOL&A
d Male meaer, by Gen. latthew
ti yoe eapeNfte a letoet deia% eImlla- i t It et jeM' apperi te as far back as
et day. LaNew a published toIts h srlvted. In view of the
Pleae y sto keep he mws it n ep page leag l.. the Pentagon's f
Miesiofy t dlo writn b "el6 S9* eoarden e. aence has notfr
This newsper sea.m so nm i _in il e atuments s M. pI vietieed troops fr6
mpeasMd i leneN trm ahser. our young GIsOlnd
edge now before
that the Peking
BEING SCIABLE hold thousands o a.
May Day this story must be t
Some guy recently paid a social call at an NO0 club of the For twe yearn to
Army and wAs very wAlunl ana axous wo pay lor nail eeragae hasb suJenced, e*il.
ana at tne same u~me enjoy uflatnuig wiui ouinx eIff0 moul0a IU shw first hand
It so happened that uay tha unjy certain temoers of that of our men. Plu
club at a certain nour were very corwaany mvltea to paIlMIpale demse of this b r
An consuming tree ueverages ano a oune,. paied for RIdrWlll1
A nis pour guy wno suL was very w-ung and anxious to pay reported the o
for hu oeveraces, anu wao la a member UL d ahteren cmuo, was these film w .e
p JSce very poaiely ut nrimy a "iree' unie to leare tn to u Pentagon, qu ad.
She aid no can to Join tna, cIUD too.. services, danIed bi
o an was puDhslea, to il xmnwledge, that the idors to Here is evldgI T
'the club were coauipieely ciose lto members of otner etlap. Tne one in that ail tir
poor guy Just. prior to psyoay nau nuo enough mozop to pay terms lied. We start wit
auuiLtozal oues as that puA.LJlar our, our muo just oe$41Ugh to ment issued i o
' buy a couple and then ueparL. 17, 1951, byI liwi
1 smencerely wlan tnaL Ltn AdOQ clubs down bhere wOd all In- "The bailc ft
corporate in tneir bylaws some~nfrg about social naolty. 1% onmy been known. As fr '.
to poor Mju's but aiso tiose a tile wealtaler. October 1950,:a wI l. f
i'nat poor guy leit so crest .-uen ana oMWIheatt. When he ing the recovkred b
left. of our soldiers Wml (
Signed: group of dLsttgltzegh
A Po6r Soelkaable MC. canm citlzeb the. usaa
P.S. I wonder. if any other poor NCQ's W*re Also turine away. of our citles,
'n* i "This film. w ir
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ri' acae O '. of P qdo .e,2 now in t.
a. Telyvl I' rM- ..l poMl I ,
M* e... rea, LE a nraeayI bIuo 1ihe
one would wat a Mes live TV ritetr Lnd
a Is *ly ha homel 1 1rod=e#
S. i System, I bileve, i of- ways resa
airigthn a oka.& 1DOwward. du e edet,1
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|U tmale deer
IT Malt drinks 1
21 Take into 2
2rXye (Scot.) 2
24 Xagle's nest
17 Iish egg A
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SCurds of w
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SBody eof water
2 Sausan Iidlan
S M aink 2 Musileal
*Charu4 atam quality
T arthestlos 27 Sor disk
8 Mai ed 28 Iraho
*ter sockj 31 Probooels
I 2MtAVM 32 Plant
I Britles 35 Roman road
SMusical note 34 German cityf
3 Winter vehicle42 Offer
I Stlam 44 Posters
m wo gem
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MARKET & HANDBAGS
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Chinese Pmager (Rugs
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BY ERSENE JOHNSON
N tA ftar Correspndent
HOLLYWOOD INEA' Be- beautiful hunk of man' in "Lady
hind the Screen: John Derek's in the Dark." .
confessing that he not only took "The critics." Vie said on the,
50 pounds off his frame-he's 160 set of "The Robe," "'are waiting'
these days instead of 210- but for an actor when he takes off
that he tonk a couple of inches his shirt. If you're loaded with
off his head size. too. muscles, they call you a bar-bell'
guy. If you have no physique,'
Pla, ing a role in Republic's you're dead.
'Sea of Lost Ships," after five "I have a rule--on stripping
years as a movic actor, 26-yeai- down just because a director,
old John told me. thinks it might add some interest'
to the' picture. This is the first
"I got the big head. I don't I've taken off my shirt since.
mind telling it. It took every- 'Samson and Delilah.' Even with
thing mv friends could do to DeMile. I did it only because the
keep me from believing I had ar- story called for it. Let Tarzan
rived. I made a statement once take off his shirt. I've had it."
that in t%%o years I would-be Mr.,
IT in Holl3 ood. In two years I CULTURE BENT
wasn't Mr. It or Mr. anything.
else. Those bobby-soxers can Jeff Chandler doesn't want to
make you believe anything. start a feud with Marion Bran-J
'do. but he's In a letter-to-the-1
NoJ all I want is a chance to editor mood about Marion's re-
prose that I m an actor with cent blast here against movie
somc strength and ability to him- censorship.
self If I can't show that I mean; Maybe it's because Jeffs a pa.
something as an actor. I'll give pa, but he likes the movie cul-
up." ture that Marion deplores. "Even
the idea of upstanding heroes
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh and villains who get tbflr.tume,
co-starring in a musical pt U-I? ep-pance," he opined at U-I'1
That's what the Curtises wotld "Brady's Bunch" set. liAke the
like to do as their next teamship' Idea of kids growing-ap with
effort, Tony tells it. and. thatil these movie ideals."'
why he's been pntting'in extra As for keeping youngsters out
hours studying voice with vocal of theaters and Retting a new
coach Harriet Lee. deal from the censors, Jeftwants
'to know "how you can keep kids.
Watching J anet leap and out of theaters?.They're big tick-.
prance with Donald O'Connor on et buyers. Pictures have, to be,
the --Walkin' My Baby Back,made for the tden-agerahwbo read
Home" set, Tony dreamed out fan magazines as well as older
loud: moviegoers. The. teen-Eaers sun-
"I'm not trying to sing 'Be My:port pictures. Movies for adults
Love' or anything like that. 1, onlv would bankrupt the exhibit-
just want an off-beat voice that ors."
I can get by with."
Thev are scheduled to do a! Rumors to the contrary, Vera-
personal appearance tour to;Ellea ladenvina that she raised
drqm up trade for theli new:the utoof with MOM for casting
films and Tony's grni'zing: rher in 'litg Leaguer." and that
'We may work up a song-and-!she was fired and rehired bVYthe
dance act. Rieht now T can do a.tivdiu in the middle of the storm.
passable rendition of 'It's a Good i "I asked to do the picture.'"she
Day' and dance without falling' claims. "I was surrounded bvI
on my face baseball players Instead of' ballet
dancers and I was the only girl
KEEPS HIS SHIRT ON in the picture. It was very nice
Ifor-me.- Td. like to da. more
The script has to call for It or straight pictures."- -
Vir Mature keens his shirt on. f t -
t. 'may bp all rliht for Alan Vera was down to 95 potiris In
Ladd. but beefcake doesn't make -Call Me Madam." she admits,
sense to burly Vic. who still hut not because she's out to.wtl
wiaces when he thinks of that' th Miss Starvationrof 1r53 title.
old movie, *One Million. B C.," "I'm naturally thin and I esn'a
and when he went back to understand why .evervbay's a- so
Broadway to get tagged as the upset aboit it," she shrugged.
'How long did It take
Sbu to court your wife?
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1wyS ANDa t BUDDIES
1's the same witi advertising I
\Iort cpn't win, customers with
one ad ye've got- to "cal'
'on 'em" over a period ol time.' -
S Cnsistent advertising in
' American wins
CHRIS WELKIN. Planetew
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place for-.A royal contltad pst I
pink gown of needlework 'l'bte
and Star of the Garter. OB a lead va
which was roset for QUM i 4ri,
ringp design dlamonda nruMdlU4e c WdOV
London, diamond drop T ngmtt*w l
top of the. ribbon, i diftionaLdrMar
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 PM. a
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n .-
Lewis Service Sal6 de Blleda AfAlericano w
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and No. 5M West 1th Street 10OM hMel *. e 34fta
Morrion's Agenda termacional de Publicadcio es
.....ri T,,,I, Ave* -Phone 2-0441 No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 m -
R USED CARS
Plymouth 1941 Do
Coupe, no elegant
you have $199 for
istabl 1300, other-
te both our time.
I Cadillac with ra-
Iion. 1948 Westln-
s. 9 cu. ft. refriger-
764 or 2-2392.
10 Black Buick Se-
ad condition. $3 0.
1782. After 6 p. n.
2 Ford 4 Dr. Sedaon
iditlan. 5611 -C.
bloe, phone 2-3188.
ord model A. 1930
indition, brand new
ted and overhauled.
We have the best
elnty parking space.
1949 Oldsmobile 2
droauatic, seat cov-
9 Chevrolet. 2 door
00. R 5A Rousseau
I USED CARS
FOR SALE FOR
FOR SALE:-Refrigerotor. G. E. 25 FOR iTTEI
cycle, motor atop, excellent me-
chanical condition, $40 00. Two Slist
14 HP motors, 6.00 and 4"00 BUICK end
S Tel. 2-3211. FOR SALE. -
FOR ETER USED CARS Luxe Business
11* IarInterior, just
Ste Pe portation. If
BUICK end CHEVROLET a deal, call Cri
S. wise don't was
h FOR SALE:--DiininE set, table six
chairs and buffet $30.00. Quarters FOR SALE:-194
S 537-B Gulick, phone 88-875. dio, good coan"
house 25 Cycle
FOR SALE: Large gas range, 2 ator Call 2-35
piece, livingroom suite, very good
condition, $190.00. Mahogany FOR SALE:-194
diningroom table, 6 choirs, $45.00. dan. Very go*
Call 3-3211. Phone Balboao
FOR SALE: Diningroom set 9 pc. FOR SALE:-194
The original Chippendale frrnm excellent en
England. Cost $600. will sell for Hodges St. Dial
$300. Bamboo livingroom set, 7 $350.00.
pc. like new. Livingroom set 8 pc. FOR SALE: F
good condition. Sewing machine, coupe. Good cc
Steel desk. Zenith radio. Lamps. tires, just paint
Desk lamp. Single bed. Rug 8 x Ancon AvenueI
12. Cedar chest, Lane, crib. Child
mahogany table and chairs. Misc. xBroke Llnlnig iM
glosswore. Tea set. Clock 400 day: Parts,. Gask*et
Porcelain kitchen table. Mirrors, and we have p
Typewriter Underwood and table.; Au
Knicknocks. Porchscreens. Electric 15th. &r Me
Drill. lothinette and shelf. 0310 FOR SALE -
Cable Heights, Ancon, Canal door sedan, hy
Zone. *rs, radio, ex
FOR SALE: 8' x 10' Fiber Rug. 0. 9-K Ancon
Rosy-beige reversible, $12. 7 Lu. FOR SALE:-194
ft. Frigidaire, $75. Balboa 3782, sedan. $1,000.
after 6 p. m. Tuesd and ,
FOR SALE:-Hollywood bed, plastic- .
: covered head board, metal chest of rusition
drawers, Quartermaster table. Call
Curundu 5232. FORI STTE
FOR SALE:-4 pc. Rattarr livingroom Smaleet
set, corner table, baby crib and
mattress, baby carriage, and both- BUICK end
inette. Call Albrook 4113. FOR SALE:-195
; Club Coupe, Cr
S FOR SALE:-3 piece bamboo set: 1 edition. Reason
settee, 2 chairs with cushions, 2- Coc|ali.
S 245. WA
FOR SALE:-Frididaire 25 cycle, 9.3
cu. ft. over 2 years guarantee, ex-
cellent condition, $150.00.. House *
89, New Cristobal, 5th. Street 3- WANTED:-One I
S 931. apartment in g
| - tion. Call 2.1(6
FOR SALE: Furnityre, al kinds, 15i1. C 2
kitchen ute*fit, etc. Otiorio, Ave-
Snide' Justo Arosemend 73-A, et Help
S corner of 37th Street (Maryspl
Ol R SALE:-Bargain, all for $25.00, baby. Good salon
or double -olledway bid with two nish refeermcs
S iatresses 2 double springs, new, Avenue No. 75
S2 chairs and one mall kerosene L t-d-L i
stoye. 44th B. Start, building 9, Wanted
i apartment 22. WA N D-
FOR SALE.-..Used refrigerator Fri- Accountant -
lgidire 8 feet, for $135.00. Colle for engagemen
S Colombia No. 6, Panomo. ences. Write
FOR SALE: Used s we in geod 1402.
4 ,eldn FOR IT
YOU YL ViY ANIA STOR
Vie a$ N1 o e. I (CaWI ne) Sne*
Ailing complete furnishings apart- BUICK end
ment for couple without children.
Refrigerator and gas stove includ-
6 ed. Reasonable price. Monthly rent den Has
S $551.00. Opposite El Ponramehotel. .
Phone Panama 3-3504 for in- RestesA t
formation, cash required. '
I FOR SALE:-3-piece walnut dining- LONDON, Mi
room suit: table, buffet and China eign Secretary
* closet, six choirs, scenic fepestry was disclosed to
covered. Terms to reputable party. two straight '
Cal Cl Albrook 5114. accenting the
* FOR SALE: Bedroom sets, stoves, Minister Winst
refrigerators, new. Chorrera. Cen- his cabinet ove
o trial Avenue. House No. )3: ed ailments.
S i3Ai~ B S :-_Household ft. West- A medical I
refrigerator, 25 cycle A medical
w ,. with de-pfreeze, .RCA radio and "hi s strength
phongraph console. 25 cycle. strength
S ?144-C, Holden, lboe. He underwent i
week in conn
FOIRLSALME4ne Buffet, 1 desk, ma- Jaundice attack
S hoglny, I child's metal closet, I he was opera
venetian blind, I rocking choir. bladder trouble
Phane Balboa 2-4220.
WOIW SALE: .-- Baby carriage with Medical quart
Mlattre~s, steIlbr, excellent condi- Eden could ret
tien. $15.00. Heu 29 Fifth St., eign Office in
New Cristebel. to four months
S$ Our Price
I Plymouth, grey.
anbrook, good con-
able price. 501-F,
bedrooms or I room
ood residential sec-
693 or write-P.O.Y.
for 9 months old
ary, but must fur-
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t. Excellent refer-
R USED CARS
S Had Two
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today to have had
concern of Prime
on Churchill and
r Eden's contlnu-
bulletin said he1
less night" and
an operation lait
section with his
s. Two weeks ago
ted on for gall
terms doubted that
urn to the For-
less than three
ntral Avenue. K Stit
slephone 2-3479, Ponama.
FOR BITIER UllO CAR
Smeet & Parode
BUICK and CHIVROLIT
A VISIT TO THE SAN' I-LAS
ISLANDS! May 15, 16, 17
The trip ot your life, and only i0.
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the" P-.
ama Canal to Colon, Son Blla and
Porto Bella! First tour of the yer.
ISponsored by hotel El Panana. "A
three day trip aboard "PCeaCde0."
Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. m., 'orriv
Colon 2:30 p. m., leave ColOn 9:30
p. m. for San Bias and Porto Bellk
returning Colon Sunday
Through the Canal Mondayi.6 .-
returnlng to Balboa. *eok,-an
by El Panama. Bring silcih $isUet
bathing suit, jacket, flippet.-
spears for underwater fish
your camera and rolls of
Price of Canal Trip $10 +M;.s
round trip from Colon
trip from DalboR M lnd1dind ;lw
tr.p) $50. Please make
early through your Tr"vet
Jungle Jim at Panama 3-
ATTENTION! We hove fr. if
plants and raomes of flMn
and different le, came i'
them at San Francisce 40 Ie
ta. 10th St. and 7th Ave..No. ii,
chalet corner. -
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BUICK *ad CHI
FOR SALE-:-Wicker choirs, tles,
sette,. misc. items. Silver pted
tea set. A. C. Madk*e. 200, G. r.
gas Road, Balboa H its.
FO RSALE:-Steel filing c*iners.
legal size with lock. Steel desk.
Executive revolving hair. Vera-
guos Street No. 13. tret fagcg
Customs J Gte.
D WW'VtMR UNIB CANS
FOR SALE:---GreenM e dy evoing
gown size 16. 2 white Idieam
lamps, complete 2 wftlt edromm
rugs, ten yards floiek f pWQl-
stery material, all new.me h1ndIe
Panomo 3-3710, bebre 9 1. m'
FOR SALE 1?41 OWsn 4-
door. hew tir,- 1949 Ka m, 4-
door, new tires; "CroftsmaW' Com-
pressor. 100-lb. capoolty, VI H.A
motor, new; 2 Acetylene Tanksa
one Oxygen Tank with mneee,
hoses and soldering tips. Call Tel.
$12M.00. Phone Gemb
FOR RENT: Beautifu
chalet near otean, I
swimming pool weo
bedroom, two bethA
Inpream, kitchh, peh
Rent $25O.00 iMni
six monte iln desme,
p.al i. ent B. .-5
*t3 ENT ..,-"
FOR SALE:-Beautiful, male, Scot- A
tish Terrier puppy, 2 months A
old, AKC registered. Will plig sell
sire and dam for price of puppy.
Phone Nix 5-230.
FOR BETTER USED CARS -
Sieol & Parewd
BUICK end CHEVRIT
FOR SALE ".
Boats & Motor. < nIn
FOR SALE: "El Macho" 18 feet
long, 5 feet beam, never been in B, "Slt
salt water, 2 cylinder, 4 cycle, ol Sl' ."*
cooled, 10 H. P. "Oman" marit .
engine, clutch, nearly new codl-.
tion. Hull & top 0. K. Side curtalins
need replacing. 10 golon copper
gas tank. 2 gal. spore tank. An-
other and line, oars, life preserves,
lights, spore propeller, tleged. -
Moored at Maddren Lake enef.
age. Price $250.00. Write eox 12
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s On USED CARS
All are Reconditi
ARE CONDITION A
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V., By CARL LUNDQUIST AMERICAN LEAGUE -
NEW YORK, May 4 (UP)-Long John Lindell, New York 12 5
who went eleven long years between pitching vie- lad 10 5
stories in the majors, was hoping today that his Boston 9 7
"knack with the knuck" would keep him from wait- Lauois .ao 9.nCiF rF
ing that long for the next one--even with the Pitta- Wshington 6 1 .3 i
burgh Pirates. Dero 3 lt 16 1
b i ath e irat. mTODAY'S GAMES
In fact. the Pliat-s might clalon over the Braves and the New York at Detroit M
even be an asset. the way they Phils took a pair from the Cubs, Boston at St. Louis (N) I SJIE1 wMay 4s
are going right now. For yes- 5 to 1 and 2 to 0 behind Robin No other games scheduled. h O eJaOBlb wasn't
terday. as the 36-year-old Lin- Roberts and Curt Simmons. The ._- _t ml0eo's and
dell turned In a four-hit. 8 to Cincinnati at New York double- bar the il ad an li
2 victory over the Cardinals,,eader wasrainedout. YESTERDAY'S RESULTS att- i5i t? -
Pittsourgn made it live victories In the American League, the First Game *, is t ,Cal.r lia q "re
in a row. i Indians also cashed in on fine Washington 000 000 000-0 3 0 kble s' t
And Lind.ll. who first was a pitching to defeat the Senators, 'Ceveland 110 010 04x-7 10 0 aco s'alat A h
Yankeo? pitcher. then a Yankee 7 to 0 and 4 to 3. and the Ath- Marrero (1-2), Sims, Consue- k dS%
outfielder, and finally va minor letics took two from th., White gra and Orasso. 5e S tell tyo' ea F lay B
league pitcher again as he de- sox. 4 to 2 and 10 to 6. The Yan- Wynn (3-01 and Began. Kee4lVnd tIt
veloped his knuckle ball. fig- kees came from behind to top e
ured that he could "stick around the Tigers 6 to 5, and the Red Second Game vions mat, 431A-&
In this fast company for awhile Sox drubbed the Browns, 14 to Washington 100 100 010-3 7 0 JacoI-.Vle ,"
as long as the batl'.'rs have trou- 5, then lost 6 to 5. Cleveland 100 012 OOx-4 9. 0 hasn't b eqn "a
ble hitting this junk I throw." Billy Lees pitched three-bit Masterson (1-3), Dixon and The -aolan ter
Lindell's last major league ball for his third victory as Peden. ."the upi .:
pitching victory was on July Junior Gilliam broke a & -3 Garcia (2-1) and Tipton. tracks a ttiSine i
18, 1942 in a relief job for the seventh inning tie in Brooklyn -- atbanr fo r-
Yankees against the White with a rin-scoring doable. Del First Game e of ason thanlto
Sox. That year he had a 2-1 Crandall hit a MBe mukee Boston 031 021 241-14 17 0 ae stock.
won and lost record and now homer. The other two Braves' st. Louis 000 001 112. 5 11 2 We've always had
with yesterday's win he has a runs were unearned. Hudson (1-0) and Whit* fas r h egasi," sy J al
1-2 mark for this year. Robin Roberts and Curt nim- Littlefleld (2-1), White; Thoroughbred NcorMd, "*. F
As l'. balanced the books on mona, the one-two pitch punch Habenich and Courtney. adays.chetp rtBf i ,oe tW\ S
his lifetime record, Lindell used of the Phillies became the first ---- omEs' ".
his bat as well as his arm. driv- National League hurlers to win Second Game JSebie wwaIlls adve . -i
Ing In a run with a single in a four games apiece with their tri- Boston 100 001 300-5 14 2 e6tia hP a national
four-run seventh in which Pete umphs over the Cubs. who now St. Louis 000 03 03x-15 '0 l year. Th
CastlgUlione singled home tvo have lost five In a row. Connie McDermott 2,-2), ntoldy advertng we--
runs. Frank Thomas earlier vut Ryan hit a homer and Granny and White. d 1he ad
the Bucs out front with a homer Hamner a two-run double in to hini Th .
off loser Hart.,y Haddix. Roberts' six-hit opening win. Pillette, Paige, W te, Stuart l al Pal han
The Dodgers made it six Simmons had to help hnself (3-0), Trucks and Moss. i e about
straight victories with a 4-1 de- out In his five-hit shutout, driv- --- s tean"'Ifta
ing in one run and scoring the hi 4
otneras he led the attack with Fir GameC gA
pair of singles. I_.hIl j 0064 '
Early Wynn pitcFavored hed thre, a IT .
Ball for his third victory and Shanta (3-2) UKs~ a. "ith dtter
Also hit a homer tn the Cleve- Dobson (2-2), ptiand Ias tl. 1r;
kal Pod* land opener. Ray Boone also Lollar. t. ose reCp a no
Homered. In the second game,
Sin o l "Mike Garcia scattered seven -t
W3MU5 11i B I n nits. Larry Doby hit a two-run Second Game A
homer for the margin of victory Ph1l. 070 100 002-10 10 1 .- -
iddlewYORK May after a single by AlI Rosen who Chicago 210200-10- 7 1 6 4u a.i.
rdlewght Roland ked got five hits in the two games. Kellner (4-1) and MUrry. t
Ient of France was favored The Yankees, trailing 5-2. out Johnson (0-1), Dorish, For- fast U".
-tomake a successful A-nig t a over four runs min the ninth to nieles, Harrist and Loller. T e. -. p
Tun tKtdI portuc of tp the Tigers as pinch-hitter k p 0
I .r of 11,v oren's two-run singleaNow York 000 5P2 0 0 10 I i; llh/ a..
etat Brooklyn's NEa bet the ey blow. Jim Delsing as N&Detroit 10 1 200-0 2 veh 'f. tkhm,
Brooklyn's senhomer and a double for the T1I- Reynolds, ,Milet (1-0), Blak- Q 'r
kE *A t I germs. well bndtwohi07langdf h
en hs dlated in Lefty Bobby Shantz won his Hqftt (1-2), Houtteman ad a.no
'r than his 'entral-Amer- tlflld game for th- A's, scatter- Batth, Buchia t
Sopponent, although both Ing eight wins as Alhle Clark de-
uIam-bang club-flghlersalivered a two-run homer. PIerrL1
S hFain hit his second homer in as NATIONAL LEAGL
fes" fiht.i Hweersenacond gamb, Alex Kellner be- Brooklyn .l a
had 110 gaitea bouts be- came the American ILague's Philadelphia .21 s5hould u-M a mSad L
turning profesiol'i. ". first four-game winner as Clark St. Louis7 6 rni
victory was a. second- came through with three more Mllwaukq 7 6 m AI oat 5e ju I
nd knockoutlast November runs batted in on two hits. ittsburgh 8 9 A5417 1 f ral i
I r Laurent Dauthuflle of The Red Box made 17 hits n C4 ic gO. 5 10 33 M ons shpi uld .
S ce, ex-challeirer for the eluding four by rookie Tom New York I cushion Is kept the ia Gen-
Srd crown. Miskey has beep Umphiett in their opening vic- Cincinnati rally. a cush0lon9 two and a
ked out b Randy Turpin tory. --- half Inches is Jft rIght.
England a Charles Humez Bammv White and Hoot f'vers ,A AME. "n of the rackd tee.
nancd a homered for Boston and Dick TODAY'S A Euniform w cu aon. althl time U
hFrance.homner hit tor Dc Ciina Gato r( 'None of he that ,
rtuguer... has had 61 pro Kryhoski hit two homers and Milwaukee at Brooklyn tNi i
ts. 2 e tly upset Garth Bobby Young one for St. Louis. SC" Louis atPit Ntburgh ( N a e of rc, V most-
rof .ter Lake City at the In the second game, the Red Box St Louis at Philadelhis (N) ot M st hi
rkway. He has been Imocloed made 14 hits to just six for the Chicago at Philadelpman
Stime twice by Browns,. but St. Loui put over YETERDA-'S SULTS Yet
L .juret Dautbhulle. three runs in the eighth, two on St. Louis 000 000 200-2 4 0 d
a single by Bob Eott, for the 000 000 20028 10L
mar. Marlin tuart ginSn a ned t addir (2-2), Bockleman, ta ,
s T OatISTwA s rTA Lindel (1- ad Sandlock. *41
win ybg a reief Clarke und Rice, F nsslu
II years between major league Brooklyn g ot 100-4 6 2 on hard t
wins, finally coming through Bur ont. Johnon (0-1) and
with his flat win sinee 194 Cr 3ran all C p
to for the Pirates over thenCCrandala
Cards. Loes 3-1) maid
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4 0 1 0 4 0 Phla. 000 000 llx-2 10 1
2 0 70 01 Hacker (1,3) nd Bawatski.
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4 1 12 3 0 Derby at ,latram Patk. Mer-
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3 0 0 2 4 o'outstanding. tbee-ea-oid, nt
.3 0 1 0 2 o1a postcard addrased to Native
Dancer at Santa Anita,
31 8 10 27 14 l1 "Hope oyou re having a wVn-
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SAN FRANCISCO, May 4 "Let the people know e truN and le country is safe" Uneo .
(UP)- Former President .-t .
rt S. Truman, his wile aa ', .-EIGHIB YEAR. PANAMA, R. P.,MONWIAT, MAY 4, 1953 '- .
daughter Margaret were on .
their way to Independence, :oo.,
today, following a month !ng
S bom Connon WaIt .. w
vacation in the Hawaiian Is-,
last night for Kansas O!ty, Mo. a a
The Trumans arrived in San
Francisco yesterday aboard the l
liner President Cleveland sun-
Some 50 newsmen greeted the e rN 'v d ..P. r
fotay firston ami Coco u Ilan
told they woufanlyreceitve no LAS VEGAS, Nev. May 4 (UPl parations for firing the can- could. only be handled
comment on developments in Two heavy atomic cannons, non. Ingr them on nailroaidli
WashMnton ee ent bound for Frenchman's Flat and The western military bureau have large track clear n nml And
s rve said before, I don't the first test of live atomic in Chicago said when the guns wide tunnels. * ,
want to do anything to em- artillery shells, were concealed chugged out of Fort Sill April Four cars wereT rol" t
banrs this administration," and guarded at nearby Nellis 29 that they were so big. tey camry the pieces of e mtt' 0mh
M. Truman said. Air Force Base today. W
The former president parried The guns arrived here from o
all controversial issues, telling Fort 8111, Okla., late yester- e
on theissuesookhile he was The atomic cannons, each ke I vites State overnors
President. weighing 85 tons and having person s1
When asked about the Me- 11-inch barrels, arrived here ige L B* e fne Injured b
Sand uncovered. They we To High st-Level Briefi four d
the bill, mediately shuttled to the air drowning.
Mr. Truman did say how- base. Ma aan-
ever, he "was more convinced Accompanying the cannons in Pe
than ever" that Hawaii and was a seven-man security guard. WASHINGTON, May 4 ((UP) an opportunity to conftr with City, ye=
Alaska should be immediate- One of the cannons will be Governors of 45 sta. e and their states' Congressil de- Alejandro Lar$
ly made states, "if for no fired at Frenchman's Flat prov- five territories came here at nations and various i Chriqui Vi1!0.
other reason than national ing ground, 65 miles northwest President Kisenhower's Invita. agencies about local pt. 6 t wn e d wnfw.
deSense of -here, May 23. The second tion today for top-level brieft- and to get in a littler P
$He said Alaska was articu- canon apparently was sent to ing on national and wor d lug on the side. do Atenclo,
larly the "Achilles' heel" of the be avallet if something goes problems and to see secret flh1 a The visitors seemed to be n- at noon,
U.S. Wrong with the first.01 of the latest weapon, thusiastic about Mr. luseiow. h. t
Mr, Truman said now that Gun crews from Fort Sill Mr. Elsenhowde canceled a i her's innovation. R*1ll n11 A D
he was well rested, he plans were expected, to arrive here usual Monday morning Gov. Edward F. Arn of int =h
to cmletewokon his eaiy this week to make pre- wlt Re ublcan as called it a "ve- h
toomplete work leaders welcam goer- te dea" and Go. Anun
"My memoirs will not be pro- nor at the opening of the ex, ton of Colorado said it as S
payendabut will be a history proM t livcn Hurf traordinary two-d conference. significantt" advance fed'
d b l stor; Aolorcc im ,ng HHe also will "t the oral- sralMtat- ionship.
,jmy seven years and nine ohe r also bwilel s the gd erlstatd selationr u .Other
ths in office," he said. ernors tomorrow a then of ornors expressed silsM ft;
S added that he would notA u their meetings .in the ,fourthtet.
ke any political speeches or floor conference room of the
bto aIpearance for "proba- r Pdnd old State Department Iudls : ;L.
b1 five or six months." adjacent to the White oS& O
oat the secret brieas whih iU tL
'd ArA Vtr1 An American motorcyclist was the governors will receive froi
JWp. AUnd y sle on the seriously ill list today, at cabinet members and other top
Gorgas Hospital suffering from oflfclals on foreign policy, de-
R ntutf Fr t Orftan a possible head concussion, com- fense plans, budget balancing As t
,HUI K 1 n pound jaw fracture and broken and other knotty problems eon-
I' leftWrisat as a result of an aecl- rooting the adminlstrntio in 'Im Co
AAllIIIniNI !,ldl dent" in which he was pinned Ito "peace offensive." val, se a fnre;am l.
"'*lAlOa, ?l4a P)under his motorcycle after it The conference was designed the r du tes
agaOreTON, Mhay 4 (UP) turned over In I. culvert in Cu- to give. the governors a "flr&r w forwa~uz u
en. Margaret Chase Smith rundu shortly before midnight hand" picture of the- presefMt advent
(RM .:) said today the ,Krean Saturday. state of the world land the in Itm0n .
-alitn shortage wa caus- role of the United States in it." n 4 r
- bsy "a combination of things The driver of a car which was Mr. Kisenhower hoped that r h o f
teluding people and, systems" following closely apparently the meetings would reult In BoatB A
itther than by any one offi- tried to slam on his brakes, getting "full cooperation" from WeB- outlthe l a aI
Slal in the Defense Department. and in so doing, also lost control the governors; an a ternoon _Ctrx., JS lL v>2%---
qrtmed services subcommittee, of ho s vehicle which skidded, It also gave the governors wore suddenly thvqwn ato Rthe
hiich investigated the short- made a bilf turn and piled Up se when their 30-foot bo
e. will submit "constrictive with the rear left wheWl of the C u lav t
n adal proposals to prevent motoreyc!. AF- O hul- .
any such situation in th e fu- LI M r o
ture. The injured cyclist, Wiyrlon One of the mB" Tdoo sn
She promised the group's re- Alvin Kennedy, a 24-year-old A n mer. wu iato make Buoy .
port also will cover the "world- chauffeur for the Army, was about ards a
wide" ammunition situation. driving south on C-lI Road in 2' .hB Jjfm oI I
She said there was sometimes Curundu when he lost control m U H | taje t s iap tranlOtl
0a serious, A critical shortage" on a curve, ran oft the right PW SUK SNI I 9? r 3 r
but that evidence indicates that side of the road and down a 23th t, Pd, Mull
there are adequate supplies in culvert. He was ,pinned under- WASHINGTON, May 4-(UP) HoIX on a tt u
s o te d now. neath big machine. -AFL and CIO leaders todayA
ddte aubcommttee did not opened negotiations on a new el
Yto find any one person res- The driver of the automobile "Peace" pact to halt battles be- d- vnts ini hch an
ilble,+ +she said, because was another American, Joseph tween rival unions of the two lead to e ~ ol the help fine
it was a combination Milhel Burns, 35. -giant labor organizations and legs -
including people and pave the way for labor unity,
5t that caued te am- Kennedy& was rushed to Gor- Two three-man subcommit- w pi wu tI.a
mwwH6 shortage. as Hospital where his condl- tees, led by Presidents George B Boat h
tion today was reported as Mealy of the AFL and Walternoday
P. Reuther of the CIO, were h
ZshdCiyvil Defense "scheduled to start long range
chief To Speak Strong Quakes ut"rang"athe fightbyone
union. to oust another as bar-
Nurses Group Recorded Today gaining agent in an industry.
The conferences represented
Dolan, Chief ofcivil California athe fiIrst stp a new attempt
on the Canal Zone wienough to cause "some damage" th te two unions ince the
,at the monthly Iathmian .
Asso amt in e tin g, 'PASADENA C, Calif., May 4 (UP) I pOwerfu single federation of-
n aerel oh r said were scnibed in the oneresent as
tilba th e rrtrof estmagnitude register In preparation for today t
,UinCuc day recorded wa e 5 arthquake inten: sinety 7 elded ar-man aIcommittees.
%n8 t1he is r50and on a.5 scale of 10. arom e two unionoiss drew -
Al o Those desiriig enough to cause "some damage" "the mOst successful" since the
_nA 0a1call Tein-pokpopulatedan said e areaCIOe Id At split Into rival
4 II duringthe day The shocksstrong~est In a _I.dependant unions, Including
d series of quakes recorded,q were Jce n L Lewis' United Mine
%W ielein train will be met centeredabout 300miles from WrkersoandtweRrot d
o tered n the Gul of California e r odhe anr on a
0.3ft flovtr those nurses herein an unidentified direct- Brotherhoods, were not includ-
Sa ion, t no haurate minorities ed te onterences.battles (
g s the train .myet avistmagnltude rer lo ter-to n to ration for today%
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