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John Fester Dullas said today that the action
AVmtine govenmnt against Americoan new
appers to be contrary to the principles of tbw I.is
for which the United States bs stood throuhaa
Members of the Senate Foreigni' RefdoN Ci
the. same time took oan extremelyy ,.#ion
st e ed up Argentine campaign against A
, Presidnt Harry Tm '. Several Senators said that the camp by A
, o., after he stuSme frpm a tife President Juan Per6n was "extremely unortm
pmeaoi. which he ha" s l ause it come at a time twhen S.-l_ r
her istration. seeks friendlier ties witk aN Lqtin Ameiice
ea-tionu, particularly including Argentina. "
SKath th. .,,tM' ,lat- .y am ,n m
"-,t.,eratn" "sup pres; on ,
D yv ei "rn hem s Any
dn he .aI
dee or eve
.to her4aWl6 brdtt
1l Bubba Jr;, 7,'whI
h Kathy in the fame4
" act. He said that
hurt herself '.dvingiJM
e the Inur was
was released I O.K
later left with lW
lawere Kathy w
B ubba went 'w
s: lce ha#
mat the boy be lak
rtev t custedY.
ater the .3-ya
Tat ig ladAt.
WS M3,~ t .way' en ano n
.n aid Kaky .,ed ArW
Y I ftdOvie the would ee
o orito newsp
Sdive. t he Arfntini
S r e. r
ted that d en. Ro
L to the' ide d d I.),
cur friends will br farn ri
ud father also ie- aldi
a mental "It 8 a
rm the st Ouard, mad U s
a. as rSoif eta-l
Ipe n la of
I0 as they umq WeM
urke M. Ktkenlosper
chairman of a iLnate
very series sits n
me toe -imedese
tile g~se tawm the
uase d whi
latet Wwted. It is a vwutf
ser ttr erthere, -
Suer ndmrtalont ue reflow
W. M eoamiaI vim e
M r ue ad Baghdad, Aw .ta
po naytn's (Nathn in as the
De rplained sri
s entence: "Weo got !K"
WN cranedU there ti m
AU| *bbtide for ath SOmday
r ta lo even rooi for tfhe at e,
of a 'One woma In a t
0. all wear lt at --
ever planned tr bihUo
WalL craned to gthe gcd
rM_ my mind." .
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TH IANAMA AMERICAN
140' 00li i t jo P~Mft Av "M PSA IM P R o
t A. N NIN l O F0 e, NO 0"14 T.,
iC A elSM s e PANA tCA. PANA or
i IEtW M0L4 u CMeaa ASU SSWBI. an M.. -- L,,u
1 M..m...aN am NTAtIVS aSleHUA sowMa. o.
l 4 Matmi mA "4 eae. ,e*Ttes .
NOW COMAIL TT SQ0 1, MULS
T.You should have se"n the scratching an diggingg at. -.
a.Lned his. w rif t o *rve o ae 4 "t s w *ay week.il. w .a
SBut as I Went about deciding what to part with, I ondWored
how come this JAck-daw impulse. Why is it some peop h
others seems to know when an obect ready fo the ar
etle---or the R d. nro .. .
ve urge to keep things were either very poor wen te were
hds, or were reared Rtby pArillet's report on th had beri very poor. .Wo
*Bein por meant keeping everything, aeenst the time when
ountd his ife to money to eyret -aay.t w .
low comemory and tradition on how th y oul It e mepled.and how
others ees to know when an objt nect Iessary for mot of the trash 80 if
he -or the d wh is tird of hvoshs home clutter woul
explin-to his wi that he can afford to bu ple with most of thexea-
sive urge to keep things were either very poortdwhen they were
hi she nds, sh by parents who hat be cd beeno her tendency to ave
'f Beispor meant keepabg eidingwhaingp against the tie when
howoutd hiv a no money to buy Why is It shoe paneo that
pt the United States-nuff ot rid of wtht really worth a ess.
alve ulr 1t kere a touwle of ch er and an ironing board that
Memory anood tradition on how this could bet gmendet around how
outt should timake that do."
NeverToday this arsl onis not necessam goory for maidt of us. Sob
the husband who o tired of haviow his home nevlutter wilwould
exlt in-to his wife that he can afford to buy hne most of the
thinto shp needs, she might be cull." edo mabe sher tendencytitled to save
Dut some of the stuff I got rid of wasn't really worthless.
the t of stereo a couple few nd an ironing boxes. ard that
ould be good as new if my husband Would just got around to a
Never mind, I'll fie it," my good man said when these Ob-
s started to go to pieces. Now I know he never will, so. the
v aton Army can try.
Woman is the conserver, the mender, the one m6st often ask-
to "please make it well." So maybe she's entitled to squirrel
wa it of string and a few boxes.
J /4 ge g
"Why don't you get yur parents to let ~oe tll. el-ins t
4 *"n imitate ds, oatse. machine une, sque lrake.
and Jet planes "
1 Missing.Wod W"to IzI
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SORIZONTAL 55 "Re's just the
-th.-e. Give forth
4 "- the A7 CM1amspolw
S-- c fthe 4 "Oe is the
Sel Week" of these
12 3ucharistic law"*
wine cup I rtent
13 City In "atonrs
Pennsylvanla 4 4 ra
14 trest g rrow
11 Are we-- .ases
iratce'" M "OIhet--
"24V se Intdky"
20 Fmncing *Cut
swords S ,ee
21 Alstact bell A'rrow poison
n Kaieks "1*-'- the
24"-- and bumk"
feathers" tt' h 1 loa
M61 ad the
0'< MAW r i Fj
11 Begnnind 40 Oblivion
aI"- anOd 41 GraUs at eight
abetted" 42 Gaiter
24-- recorder 4S The Salvation
2S Love -- ed
21 Islands (pete.) 44 Jump
27 Infinite 46 Italian city
21 soy's 47 Gddessof
20 Malt drinks 4U "'afe and -.
31 Most unusual Pourth of
33 Stench July 1
38 High regard SO Aager
e y ol ICTOa mhthe u h
UNITED NATIONS, ---*,
sized Chinese opium-dl
specials are roatming
contacting the puart M-
arranging for the sal 6o
Uons of dollars of CUWsaMtv
heroin through the a er n -hM=
nels which pour it 'Into pu
schools and colleges. ,
Although a few agent hAY,
been ,caught with some 1 0
000 worth of dope ad-
others are getting tho
So successful are they. '
madhethe U. S. part ott
derground market whiBh'c
the Peking governmentit
$70,000,000 in 1952 from salk IM
Southeast Asia, Japan Ad t U
Grimly enough, a 4M1
0"00 of this AWT
ieant t6 ovteatset CMcT
remaining o0,00A M tei p
ins ior the Chirm r:el
tctun y 9 they activity
laya and 'ndochnwo
nupti, nand sabotage d
r. -- and !or co* tm
&V activity and e;dRM
ine bofite4 States.
If these statements 4'oil1i
pipe dreams, I can t oly l t
ea.i that ,our IntelMlgie.
ic. wish they were.; *
Actually they are ofwle3 4tl A
eA .ates charges i ;lleod laW
Ai.as re in goveinmeat
unita Natilons here 4durln b
lrit week of April.
Now for more thbA& a U I
the tiN has igotred Uthe bO
turned in over ,thne i t11n_*W
harry Anslinger, clerbe t4
sioner of our BUtMU OfN o
s..n u. L r.prementativo $
LJN Commissionen ji
Drugs at the h ighth I .
'ne -protests of Rual V
M. Zono* and i Z
Land's Ur. Maria Kowl O i
Apr. 17 apparently have *t ie
ea the empire U, antda It ,
clal commission. wht?
How can this special ore.
mnls&on be silent when kAy
Ansilnger, as sclentif a sltt
is wab ever produtfte any*I'ete
mand cernatniy one of the World's
authorities ow this debiltittalg
weed, names dates, places, ol
ilals and conferences at which
he Peking government dqUbero
ately plained the opening of
Vas, underground .rkets for
oplum in the U..8. t bolster. Its
oreign exchange; to buy armnas
o reconatruct the ,8ovletied
in4 .' -**' :
the living evidence to prove
these ghastly serious charge,
As late as last Nov. 9, his agents
seized a Soviet Chinese courier
on the 88 President Wlla. In
EAU Day. bThis Cne
in piked up In Aim
Kong and manufactured. W
Cosnunit China, Anasoger
,"That the VU. S. Is a target
of Communist China to be
pgri supplied with dotl-.
r -eArning, health and nw-
ag-devastatinp heroin- it
mown by Anslinger, who Jo
reueals'that the opium money
i0or China "undamestal
antructimon for fiscipal 195."
Oere were 'secret meetings
fi DpIng on Dee. 5, presided
rs b)y Po I PO, chief of the
(epemy's) Finance DIviaon,"
Ansianger. told the Narcotics
Commission. Then he named the
five other high Peking govern-
ment leaders at that session,
including Yeh L Chung,. chi$e
of Its Foreign Trade Divislon.
Tp smuggle tis Oium into
he:U.-8. and te Soukh Korean
anu South Asan war Mnes, the
Peking government, aided by
Russia, c0arers.panesM and used
S ey shipW which are being
issed at Senatorial hearings
Sall this can also be gotten
Mom- the.AFL sailors who man
our freighters plying the Asiatic
Ans*ger'a report refers to
SWhy was .tbis.
1f we eM als
nd aabotaa In -
< t*'-^ ^^e "n4
- *~. '4 r.-
BMifa reasonably an6iant a n4 .throu hl tMita.
'gate, in a musical sense, it is eas to hall *Man .
G Woodman's triumpbhat concert tour asa w W
tential end to bebop, weep =mwt, and, the
Lord wiing the s ot scre ar. Us
The roupe Is touring with a buamA of old- ableles.
ltersand ., friend of miae nameed I.l Arm. wheaM
t l ust knocked the top oft Oanuegle H"al anLa.
With another vagrant badz of hoary swahts ln uaq '
the music 4 odx.ilnd IL healthy; I find It swell. n
fotu or-ehAuston forced SJeay. a
hImel to o=a"of the tour soon 0ter7 get ky ivA
on the roa".
SThi s been a peculiar generation, this ha p thMe ta
bun with gote.s and bert and dw
Al, oot suits anddt tb and
*.,V laria twhat .^ .- ..
HOLi b .WO A i i
1. ', ,AMRIC: A A lf
'_. "J m watw ^ ..... ..
6A I A F-I S rI SSr
;lan a r ou see pr ,-0
rear onlIs '"
t o all mental are
Sa U hosltals?
I trea th lJI e are A
w of ,50000-"e
- publi mental hw
S ,, .,and NX -, =
:Geeu%.. U a walD Mb
t otjao ad timui .gi su,- uiW.
w ". 0-*' t
~ .L~i '~t~
-~ ~.l .~-..
1d1- Mm Same at w.O
n'^a sftkthe YI put. the Jewish Onaf ate t Wi
of SThe gallery U open team *.m.
S ^t be to 10 pan.
he e aI
Pr 'oRedeemrl ran
doesa CInic TVRrve
War, hy oi'l th er P
B..bf t'eo o..r. Mmh- hr'fa Day wISI oogrsi
a .don Brgn.. The sv-= 'e I.s at
m .. . amb l .. .......it IR S
nation 8a=&7r- -
w= f the ouf-
Ing their monthly .pow te
munton at 7 a.m. by
roung People's ve l .
Services, for the dey .W '
tthue with morniWngrnyer
a.m., followed Oby -.te e
school session, ad eocf*ii
with evensont at ':30 p.m.
Except for mWigrayei
be conducted by bert
Moore, lay reader, the e
8. McDuffle. priest la ii
will officiate and preach at
IU On Thursday, the est of ,th
Ascension will be osrve Wps th
colors holy communiOp by ppeat at
,p 7 a.m.
(Gal- It has been.announa mid l.
W. G. Dolan, C.Z. d Of 4M
ent the parilh hall at 7:30 B Fpri-
ftwy; day on the atom bomb d civil
L irl defense. The comuoultty Is h-
L Edior Of A"lai
ATLANTA, May 0 (UP)-.Jhn
Paschall, editor-emenltas of the
Atlanta Journal who' $Manr'as
a cub reporter with the JM r
52 years ago, died todty follow-
Ing a heart attack.
Paschall, 74, had been In Il
health since a heart attack four
years ago. He died early toLy
at the hom of a aiter.
.Paehall was named editor of
the Journal iN 19 after n
ing the climb frosm cub report
to city editor, to managing edit-
or and to-ausoclate editor. 'ZL
1945, he beqsme editor-eMerItu
and-Wrfiht Bryan, whom he had
trained from a cub reporter, was
Until his recent Illness, Pg-
chalL remained lntereted In te
editorial production at the Jour-
nal and walays was ready to of-
fer couneel on policies.
Pascha,. born at Tullahoma,
Tenn., began his newspaper ca-
reer 52 years ago when he went
to the Journal's city room and
said he would work as a report-
er without pay for the experi-
SUnder the title o i"Man In the
Dark" the -C s 'a Studii
have issued Ms Ita4tet -D pre-
| ,* .g '..,g '-a"d. Oy-
The first 3-D pmtiMe has
been hesteMt mmented up.
on, resultingr n am dive ity of
paWue qtaslm. somKe-aw hathin
rest vewlU .of the elteaa,
others emidered the lettuce a
failure, without taking into so-
mount that everythlb t Ints fit
stase b usudr dffiulnt and imn-
* 2ie smeaoieful snA enthusla-
tie ree~eu of s-p by the A-
=ra pubLie. has made the
liywood studied throw all the
resourees of their industry Into
preduenlg this new type of pie-
toe, and Columbia has Jst pro-
ede *MMan In the Dark." most
ieeent ematlm of Its kinad.
In this picktre, many of twI
defects o n" In soe t -DedM
tion recently pr eseted I-
temhn hive bm eiintlmnIt.l,
it e e u j m e pel aqu m
that the picture has a .
a4 t 0ia.T vom. ln n*ni
fef.o lD. .
m "Man t he Dark" iU-
May 15 at the Central htr
at reedar priea.
.DOV 8. Cn )H ti
OWa J. qgoire allowed W
Gerard J. Taemblay had a
excuse for forgetting toe
his drtv nr ioense but wai
him not to try to use It Ial
Trembiday a4 he forgot u
It In the .xcitment of getUlI
manld. _. ..,'
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
-HOLLYWOOD -(NEA)- Ex- were at flood tide. She wa
clubively Yours: Fred MacMur- working on the same stag
ray has sprouted a beard to where she starred as a moppe
play "a bit of a heavy" opposite 15 years ago In "Merrily Wi
Barbara Stanwyck in a 3-D Live," now playing the old movie
western; Joseph Bernhart's "The TV circuit.
Moonlighters," and he's t h e TREASURE CHEST
happiest guy in Hollywood. U-I'S "All-American" s h o u I
"Hollywood has al wa y s be called "All American Beef-
thought of me as a smoothie cake." Tony Curtis' muscular
with a fast quip," Fred tells it. chest is exposed in almost every
"I' was a real heel in 'Double other scene with a studio off.i-
Indemnity' but even that didn't cial explaining: "Tony's pictures
help, Yes, sir, bring out the make more money when he's un-
beailes-I'm ready for 'im. Aft- dressed."
er all, Hollywood Just doesn't
make light comedies any more.' Lana Turner's ex, Steve Crane,
and Mona Knox have patched it
A studio's current efforts to up now that French movie
hypo the box office of a real queen Martine Carol has in-
stinker reminds me of the time structed her lawyers to get a
Kate Smith made a movie, titl- default divorce. Mona has as-
ed, "Hello, Everybody." Business sured her parents that there
was so bad that one theater will be a marriage. Ingrid
owner changed his marquee to Bergman and Zsa Zsa Gabor
read: failed to hit it off in Raveile,
"Belle, Anybody." Italy. No feud-Just no great af-
fection for each other. Palm-
Billy Halop and his sister, er Lee, who's to be given the
Florence, may be the first on stardom treatment at U-I, is
TV with a brother -and- sister overboard on the subject of
show. The script is in the works Ann Sheridan's pretty secretary,
now that Billy, the movie e s' Gloria Murphy.
former Dead End Kid star, is -
making an acting comeback. Ken Murray's not blushing a-
bout the nepotism label, but
Florence, who was Ed Gard- the cast of his first full-length
ner's last Miss Duffy on Duf- feature, "The Marshal's Daugh-
fy's Tavern before he left Hol- ter" includes: His wife, their,
lywood, now plays Elena Ver- new baby, and the husband of
difgo's mother on TV's "Meet his star, Laurie Anders.
Millie But zippy Florence has
to be padded and wrinkled by Tony Dexter will be kept In
the make-up department for the the Valentino groove in a re-
role fnd she's chuckling: make of "The Sheik' but Tony's
"Elena and I are both married pleading: "I want a chance at
ahd mothers. But her daughter other roles, too. I wasn't a Va-
is older than mine." lentino type of actor on Broad-
way. I think I can beat the
OH, NO! dept.: A photo mag- jinx that hangs over actors who
azine just came out with a big play the life stories of other
layout "revealing" Clark Gable's actors within public memory."
favorite Saturday night pastime Fresh in Tony's mind: The
-shining all his shoes! Maybe fate of Larry Parks after he
that's another reason why he played Jolson and the career
wants to leave MGM. slump of Robert Alda after he,
ON WINGS OF FANCY played Gershwin.
PARAMOUNT'S 3-D musical
western without conventional
sets, "Red Garters"-the sets are Good Title Anyway
only suggested-will be "excit-
ngly different" Th a t's the NEWPORT, R. I. (UP -Fire
word from Producer Pat Dug- Chief Abel S. Eldredge has
gan, who isn't worried about been re-elected Keeper of the
moviegoers' reactions. Powder House-but therehasn't
"Everyone knows what west- been a powder hguse in New-
ern sets look like," he told me. Port for more than 10 years.
"They even know all the plots.
people can visualize what they're
Wing and have a flight of im- :.6 -
8kination." :" "9
-Shelley Winters and Vittorio
Oassman are doing some fast YOUR HFARIlN
talking to arrange it and "It" is individual
looks like a co-starring stint
for them in Europe this sun- Just as your finger-
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ktred by Shelley for daughter r ? r.V "DARRO" ." .... ,_rl .1
Vittt b 'the way, is lthu same everyone else., your hearing aMV. "DARVRO" ....'* ".. .
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*It's a full-scIle return to e-
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Jack Wrather. and become the
bl ther of two children.
"I'm back working," she said
on the set of "The Antique
Shop." a new Crown Theater
telefilm for Bing Crosby Enter-
p se. Her career blueprint calls
for half as dozen 30-minute tele-
films a year and live TV emot-
ing-"The confusion and the
split second timing doesn't
bother me a bit."
.Bonita was working at the Hal
fach lot and her memories
CBBIS WELEIN, Plan r
BY BUSS WINTaRBOTUUA
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.Ou'Wp4RO HWere's the first a .of.seTs artl In
which a'n. r d a olywood OWr hae team" up
tsow shoIe W be sensibly slend in~ mn w djWleor
Wrlingp i s1 '1U- year long. ne. P10 Jil.lle Is
odire Of t Nutrition, NttRIahfItI Hlith
pofre "BIlleam S Beduaeed,"
publshed in 12' b Simon and Sceh-aM. ;Jq Sterling,
Paramount aet Is 1a the forthemmf.M"tMnI Ezx-
... e.. T.~TLING .
,. for N rA ice)
Between pi tue, .1- Indul be lost easily: but If the extra
myself a, f. p qs% e d- eight climbed *Er .that mark,
eat Ti: q IIi thbi I'd have a job. of welght-,so
I go all-ot b r rh tries on my hands whleh would hold
Once we lk Is ot up a picture.
on I ,gure with the help of
meath I a easily available charts, ho
Sandy fOwer caloIt s o t eed dur-
g wa diet we tha I ordi-
take.TOW- bsnes. oelw
I s-fun when
a a before you
ba m wlh en fl g. Is over. know the calorie olinfrof mmyil
ukse n a', o faelhfdu a- fo~in.t -. -
boat *.et l oy+ ,I am not In general, during my diet
eut with oo .Uti week, Ilgohnrly-0Ilean meat,
whl k toia Io k-sottam- fuait and vegetable juices, and
e alads, and entirely omit such
--k tn kblh to. shed trwi things as starches and sweets,
Tmh ornwnmbtidai whether taken straight or min
Tha principle i lways foIw some coked form. If I must
it ever t wallow my toto have .ag s between' meal, I
w>thae i1akpfr ay! can-f maOu a a new carrot, anapple
'm -I Aa fa mR s.fMAN IfI.mus
4, ,Z..f"-..-...:. ,/ ..
'~^m.w B1R#TF UT O' BREAD AND POTATO
Ss FAST -LUNCH
Cabu,.. 8 os. rabmeat salad 2dO
oi cup orange Juie s celery lettuce, rad-
'lUp o ch eese 'IJW Ile tomato, cocktail
Lv a tag t 7B aie dressing
Beverage 1, regular aslice bread 75
T **' '.! It
,~~~ ~ ~ .cpm bolo
p6a80 llo B
Om waw0- =
Id she dis- i
m told. n-
f 4 ""V
irt gray .~l m,'-
signal to Y0N3 1
aind 'do o
Uookmg cw rCw Sf-
S. .: -475 i
V Malba toast as 25 calories eah.
,, all.varieties of.
a brA d as 50 calories each.
.l..fE Uvarietiee of regular-
$11a earl 9 s'75 calories each1
Count "12 cup of cooked er-
el, sfer cooking, as 75 calorie.
pJoi. Count 112 cup of flaked
o dMreals- as 75 calories.
Count 1 cup of puffed dry
S WI. cereaas 75 calories.
"I upAWooted lima beans, t
0- er looked macaroni --i
i ee cooked spagheti,
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FASHION 8HOW AND LUNCHEON AT COCO SOLO
The uiemeis of be Cee Seo Offleem Wives' Club met
for their imeth laumehen *at the Officers Club Friday, at
which time e Jretod a Fashlon Shew put on through the
courtesy et Abert Motta.
The hostesses, Mrs: J. f. Bar- holders completed the appoint
low, Mrs. Frank Lee and 'rs. L. ments.
0. Boston, used a May Day The guests included: MRHa
theme. Tiny dolls danced a- K. Bailey, Mrs. Taake, Mrs. Si
round miniatur maypoles to Graham, Mrs. Helen Melainge
form the centerpieces of the In- Mrs. Robin Comer, Miss Clai
dividual tables. Kirchmer, Mrs Parker Hann
Mrs. A. L. Maeaubbin, presi- Mrs. Frances Jones, Mrs. E.
dent/ presided at te short busl- Roof, Mrs. Louise Allen, Mr
neas meeting and welcomed the William Hitchcock, Mrs. J.
guests. McDade, Mrs. Victor May, Mr
The mode t William Grady, Mrs. Bill
The models entered though Crump, Mrs. Neal Wilson, MI
a flower decked arbor, nd Nancy Ramsey Mrs. 0. A. Diet
showed the cmstaeJU aftSt a Mrq. M argaret OemmUil, M
white background. pra with Kenneth Newland, Mrs. D.
tropical flowers an fo~lUs Waddell, Mrs. Leroy Barflel
Mrs. R. D. Kunkle isred as Mrs. Robert Douglas, Mrs. Da
commentator nd introduced Brown, Mrs. Lee ielm, M
the following models with a H. C. -e, ap, Mrs. Willia
description of their ensembles. Hughes, Mrs. Maxine Gawl, Mi
Mrs. J. R. Wolfersberger dis- Violet Zeese, and Mrs. Jok
played a crimse beach robe, Schelbeler.
a blouse and a skirt with match-
ing embroidery, and an a nform- Mr. and Mrs. Newhard,
al dinner dress. Mrs. H. E. En Route To Colorade
Wheeler wore a aL. outSfit for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newhard
her first appearnce nd later a Gatun with Miss Crol an
red satin cocktail drew. Mrs. Freddie sailed yesterday
H. M. Durham also showed a route to Colorado where the
golf dress and a pld taffeta will attend the graduation c
Informal dinner dress. A bath- their daughter, Ann, from t*
ng suitand and white afternoon Colorado State College of Educi
dress were the two ensembles uon at Greeley.
shown by Mrs. D. 2. Hedln.Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Albrigl
D. R. Meredith displayed a had the Newbard family fc
beach Jacket and ba suit dinner and breakfast prior
and later a blue ftea dre Lit- their departure.
tie Gregory Stiles modeled a.
blue and white sailor suit and Atlantec Side Vacatloners
broadcloth suit for the Vet, Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Field wit
young men and accompanied
Mrs. Ross Smith who worea
cotton morning dress. Shs later' a i n t
displayed a tante colored O ficials C c
dress. An unusual horse-hair
cocktail dress -i. two shade of
blue was .worn by Mrs. it. 0. RrDann e. TriJ
Stiles who previously showed Anda In o urCT
a cotton for daytime weir. A
black strapless afternoon dress
was worn. by Mrs.n. e. Har-
grave and Mrs. R. S. Hunt WASHINGTON, May 9 (Ul
modeled two dresses, a beige -Government authorities class
lace afternoon dress and a short ed this week over a regulate
formal. A blue afternoon dress blch Agriculture Departme:
and a white formal were worn spokesmen said would cut t]
by Mrs. T. R. Perry. Formal On-farm value" of livestock
were worn by Mrs. T. L. Ap- frain, fruits, and vegetables.
pplequist in a short dress and Department officials said
Mrs. M. E. Hamilton Jr.,. n a Interstaterstate Commerce Commi
iht blue floor-length number. sion ruling banning "trip lea
;. J. F. Culp wore a cocktail ink" of trucks wouki increa
dress. Little Carole Moore enter- the cost of marketing farm prc
ed with Mrs. Henry D Butt duets.
and they were attired In h- d wn you raise the eo
Ing Mandarin lounleging dpaims. f aree lle
Over m be s td tg, yuo generally c
eir eighty members adI1nto the farm price," said Jram
their gets enjoyed the ShowL. Pss, a transportation
Mrs. L. L Kopke ha evera clalst in the department's Pr
guests for the ocoion. They duction and Mrketing Admi
were: Mrs- Albert Motta, Mrs. lstratlon.
Gunther Hirschfeld. Mrs. Wal- Interstate Commerce Commi
te Hunnicutt and Mrs. Herbert e n member: Jame K. Knud
Peterson. 8p,, a3.. t,.sd '
PrJinner oaf et t edle there w
r. and rs. William A. oVann a Inre n t
Siceno, of Gatunp, e'rtoadi ed tofa k t' agriultur
wh an.m Informal dinner party commnldte If t trip lbi
at their .reidence Thursday for I ban os Into effect, ]
three couples who are leaving -
the Isthmus. Knudson testified before t1
Theme -uests were Mr. and Hou se 1ttat Qmmer
Mn. Doyle Snyder who.are a COmmittee wisU U onside
ed yesterday for a States vcra- abillega g trip
ion;- Mr. and Mrs. B. 0. Tye- The IC ba, Whicl has
man who will be leaving the Y- ble' e
In the near future, and Mr. ha.l a r-- -"-te ta..awk
and Mrs. W. C. Smith who will Fd o wS qfI&
also be leaving the Isthmus In toeM 'ts foru th
th4 early,0wmm _ronths. h b oomWalm hl- t h*t
Re-urning to States
Lieutenant and Mr. s W. k-
Ronaype of the Coa Solo Naval '
Stat with their daughters, a J
Virginia, Donna, Nancy and
Patricia, will be leaving the
Isthmus o0 May 25th for duty em t
at Bayonne. New Jersey, with Autom #isR
the Navy Supply Depot.
Lamttsnt Konayne has been
OrnT .w the past two years
a. Supply Officer at
the Cco tolo Naval Station.
Lleteant (Jg) W. B. Shafe
arrived gently from Bayonne,
to assume Lt. Ronayne's duties.
M. 2old hapbers, Mrs.
Ueni~( mod Mrs. Walter
were hostesses ora
H hinbd blue" party given at
M L H residence In Margarita
Prlday afornooal from 43:0 to
SzR~ts ^were pres-
emtediI a baby's tub, after
refreshments were serv-
A stork tlwered over the ar-f
ra"gep'i Tf pink carnations
toxl wbigh formed the center-
pe. ink tapers In silver
ish Over Rule
k Trip Leasing
lease their trucks to regulate
Under the law, IO canned
regulate rates and routes for
haulers of farm products. The
commission does regulate truck-
Ing firms carrying most .oth
products on longdistance haul%
Without the return load, th
unregulated trucker would have
to Include tw6-way expeams J*
his rate for hauling farm pu;'
ducts to market. Farm orinb
nation leaders and AgreultW
Department spokesmen ay awy
would force some farm prod
haulers to raise rates and ve
others out of business.
ICC proposes to break up
leasing bt requidn 4Hias
to run a least ,30 he IC
regulations recently 4gp"we
and other fnuueuS
ignoree safety regulatiOW
charge "law of the Jungle"
that prevent stability nari
fORGANTOWN, W. Va. IUP,
-Thirty per cent of th'
students who vouhmteered cl r
a nutrition study at We#s T1;'
gana University were ove rz
weight, while only six p z er
of the women students were, 4'
Unversity Agricultural B dpm:
meant Station said.
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For the connoisseurs....
DE KUYPER Gil
distilled by Joh. de Kuyper & Sons
Guaraxted First Quality!
1. DIERS & ULLRICH, 5,
W5 -^ ALuT PtODUCPS
3' I *~
their hilMren, Melvyn. Cyn.
Jr., Marianne and Kenneth.
la raw Church, Va.,
Pa. Mad In Il before fmls
to the Wagon Wheel Iae-
sort in Wisconsin. They will fw
turn on August 4.
Mr. and Ms. Charles I.L n
of Margarita sailed an we.
Pittsburgh, Pa, for a visit with
his family and Luville t-.
to be with her pepl 2
will al. visit Mr. and M S.
lMam Wood, In Natch Mis
and in Mobile, Aa.
Mr. and Mr. W. C.
entertained the Itep" ftr
ner Thursday eve g. A.
present at the dinner wift4
and Mrs. Willim L. M uirk l
Mr. and Mrs. Doyle UnyEW,
of Gatun, left for a shot -M
tion to be spent in
Kentucky and rmingham,
Captain R. W. Rubeli 4
to join Mrs. Rubelli whe,.
been attending the DAJt. ONE
gre in Washington, D.A
Mrs. Randolph Wlkingata&t
and son Lynn, of CriatebAl, m
en route to Ashley, Ohio, f.
visit relatives until August.
Mr. and Mrs. William F. Ogm
dy, of Margarita, sailed a
visit with his family m N rth
Carolina and her relasvus .In
Wisconsin. They will be go
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
Sal6 de Belles Americano
No. TivolI Ave.-Phone 2-2"31, and : I # W1t l12th Street
.-.a.. J iv Ave.-Phone 2-0441
A l rn cio de Publaio Pro S. A.
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.O. 2otte. Plana Phone 2-3109 Ph6nm 2-214 and 2-2798
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FOR SALE FOR ALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS C M..'.. a.t... For
FO!.R d iSli U s u hv i spa bl l Gdramlich Santa Clara beach-cot- E DOF)AL
!ouse_____We"__sElectriciceboxes,__ AhellU Doi"sU uaice boxe, gas stoves, F V.TV'i
FOR 'E --4 s-. nd pa tcn. i.vng- FO SALi--1~ 0 kb 4de SokaA AM=s mode rates Telep hone6
FOO *t. rscesect aial.m den.wA. mat hm emo w hO weN
chw foruar.$. o,1ner tl, tire, 9.00. DR. WENDEHAKE. Meicol Clinic. ;
cht .'d ortunisr. c n table. tires, 1WI%
c.lfc ,_ .p~A e 3 e a mole .. Ex Duty P ld., W F g al.O lDm. Central Avenue, K Street com er. Phlps. Oceanside cottages, Santa 2He !r o "
cith zer covers $75.0.. PHoue e ti A. l* l in. S Telephonsre 2-3479, Panama. Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone f. l
41T- Ft. Keho t'n. ______o 3 Cat 'A t. Ci i .A VISIT TO THE SAN BIAS Panama 3.1877,'Cristobel 3-1673. S:45tRocks n i= *J ll:m -l l
n s be go FR SALE: JeUA ISLANDS! May r15 16, 17 FOSTER'S CottagPs. One mile beyond O71T S -A- m, P1 C 0 C0
FO diLonsCol- n Z bed, good SE engine.The trip of your life, and only $50..Santa Clara. Completely funmishe d. 1
dct, Mark 7 dohn, 110e1 A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the Pon- Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
cycle. Eooellant conCSon a A FR SALE-1947 Deg Ce*rm**bl retrnang to Coloo. Molis canrd muslc by Casino Aces. Bg-sE, D BM j ib.?le aL
48-22C. (So scdyoee E l ana. r l 0 yEl Panama. Bring l by hotel El acs I M hr
FOR SALE:-9 ft. 25 cl!e Westi.t- 00. F|ith riv ahi r. Beesip beating yuit: jacket, flippers and FOR RENT *. n- uri.al nr- WS?
house rzfriperator for sale or trade H t g. A, 16th. gy. Ca- spears for underwater fithine and -a USM.. S
for-cycl... T. Can be 00 Cli S our c.eore End Ar rolls of code lma). A Elms' Santa Clara Beachs Of s ChO toind
-C. tun. _e* three day trip aboard "Pescadoro." 2 bedroom, refrigerator Rocks .
FO: SALE: Two Rot on choirs, FOR SALE:--152 Ford, fourdoor, Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. m., arrive ranTes. Balboa 2-3050, except
Rattan lounge chrt, rod th Penn Fordmatic. 1951 Pontiac, Catali- Colon 2:30 p. m., leave Colon 9:.30 weeo-ends. 235exc
reel, console 25 o.honography FR 5616-1. D CAblo. returning Colon Sunday afternoon. Spend your week end atCo 12 p. m, o . 10: -. th we dl
guN 2 x 2 slid, proectot. .'- n Rdio. D a Luer, Wad hyramatRi PANAMA TO Bon CO FOR RENTP:-Fornd chalet, two Pr e
cycle Excellent cond6it. rnA S Through the Canal Monday 6 a.$1 Clam, cabins $4.00 a couple. ane i l
shr PFaonl. dy0. imity $169.00B gnod l e ;cs porch, etc. A140.00. Avlle it Thee 0W lfB ThB 0 tN w *
4-522.. Caol 6po13C. laon a d FOR SALE-19479 Sude C 4ve tlI returning to Balboa. Meals. n oa itr, e muc by Cino ce
"IV_$_00, by El Panama. Bring slacks. shorts,
house r rdon, reo. a. bly prce y sAears for underwater fishI lng. Ca Sundy 3-4220 or 3W nd8UD S wlt
No 190 Centralbo Aenu 4458. tPal A". Twell 80.C. r0o0 E. mer and rolls of colr film.OR HNT.-Or o.e houes in 1.
n the a rd Ask for Phllps. cet. Hn ilI ( umbre, $100. Phone G-mbc of Canal T .10; Sn
FOR SALE--Din-ngrom set, wrshn. FOR SALE:--Oldsmobile 2 door S- u rice o f Canl Trip $10; Sn Ias :I Albrt .
.le porble -ash.ng mch.ne. 00 Cln.r FOR SAL a .* -
machine, cot, baby crib and furni- don 1949, hydramatlc, radio, seatround trp fm Colon $40; round FOR RENT:-Fuishad homuse Lv- '.llt If l'.
trre. Phone household covers. Excellent condtk 4drn. 049- ustomip from FOR RENT ncDudl aal
FOR SALE: Frdo.Ph retrgearh K, Ancon. Phone 2-3656. rip $50. Please make rAarvations kitchenAtubs, hoLt waterM. Ii 4
FOR________ea0rly through your Travel Agent. or Na. 93 Via Espolabsid1Radio10 W08i h
console, like neo, 25 cycle. 3woy FOR SALE:--1952 CADILLAC 52 AungLe JmP atedgd Greaot a*3-10.iramar." .2Ptoh a '
the SardLE.9 cuk for Phtllip. FrgdFOR SALE:-1951 Studebker Sedan FOR SALE:-One Montuni aMd porch, ls etc. $ a 1 r i Wt s -, r;. .:
Fr eralor, porc set of luon n and 6t 000 mAl, original owner 4$1- to L costume. Also one wool New Cylu e. L Tellrsc . ... . .-m" ..b .* h**e..
do190 Central Aenue Panama. i0e ,.1 Er, io, rlo, Plul n blaIet. Enurl omo 4
floor lamp,s b o \ra i 0 A- Series e Light n4n Door Sedan, 10:H lMTveol 7NI 1. D tu
.- porble .shng oh. 00 olo. FOR SALESe----PCLt--Op R_ .
gs 2 x 2 slide projector. 2 H cRd Seat r 4___________Tires.___-I
-rgerlaor, p-or- celain in Id FOR SALE:--1949 FStudebker to FOR SALE:-Loie work for d x hoe. WSay built two Ts -Avenue.l t-.
FOR SALE: -o Mhgd r ngraom Pck-Up. Good Paint, Good Tre. coage, venetn binds, 2 mis bedroom artmen. ot and cold .
th re r andt orh, n glPe d nuaood conditCro u s eit Fh t-ut- -eoled Agdsn Anurde aSunday3e..4220e or 3-487.. D o N.
table 5150.00. Maplo e movngroomn FO SALE: 1952 Chrysler V.8 co n orr r re. FOR RENT or u 2 -.r uil t ..
suite. 2 chersa I platform ke Saratoga 180 HP, 4,000 miles, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY OF- bedroom apartment. 4 1
1 end tcble 1 cofue table. 2g DOablo 5513-B. d 4. C MPTY SACKS FORSAALE dlg. No. 13, 49tno St, a 1 01 .
m s, .$00.00. Hollywoo bed, 90 O- Sealed bids for opening In public N Mr Leona rd. "204
.0 C-der; good flag and el-will be received until 3:00 p. m. o. 3-4899. oli h lI
It SlAtE:- F4tLdaire 2? cycle, 3 Nb motaenieel w .ile, dnJ- I no^ 2, 1953. In the offllce of the \\,l(lc fnid' errnr
yrs. ld, perfect ondivln, wid lais flew, Net sevemi |,,00.00. .ner:i MonogerCommissaryDi- for COUple without children. ee- ..
trade for 60 cycle. 1402-C, Carr Smear y Huleast & A CemJ visron', Mr. Hope, Conal Zone, for TrDgerator and ga stove ircludl. -m "
St. I8lb-o. Tne 2-24b, Ave. 6. St.. Tel. e00 Celen. empty rce, spoato, dairyn fond ".onble price i r t. mi y _.
turn sgnalsother sacks. IbcnwitotiOn NOgM. UAW0O-itEPnnU..
FOR SALE: -. M ogny lvngroom SALE:-M hga i igALE:- 1948 Nash Ambassodor which hst in .det, the v rious P5ho00 Oppo ste El*a Pn h H e , . .
kitchen and dinmgroom suite, bom- Coupe, good tlre, body, uphol- quanhitle, and sizes of socks avail-; one. P-""; "4ch.
boo, bedroom suite, bmboo, bed- stery. engine, e700.00. "A bar- able may be obtained from the ______N BM .. -
room, uite, old drer and mis- gain." House 55-A, Cuundu office of the Supply and rice OR RENT:Vtn qur Mar
colleneous household goods. 0809 Heirhts. Phone 83E-x238. D u ec A rei telephone 2-26.8 or 2- Anit, thre Al month from S H0.
361the yard. ask fr Phillip. FOR SALE:-19851 Studebaker Sedan FOR SALEr-Oh. MConna RENTdurn
Plonk Sth Balboa, C. Z. Tel. 2- 1825, or the office of the General Phone Cristobg ,-239..
1 Coupe. Excellent roditio. r00. r FOR RENT:-Fu-rnihed er m.
FOR SALE.-Bedro~ set, gla stove. 0 or est offering. Call Panama 3- Porer stt fr Alsoone I c ples ol .
refrigerator like new, baby crib, 5404. FOR 5ALE:-14 Fr Runabout "Stray- Bel/a Vista Theater. Call -- 0"
wardrobe. 4th of Jmly Avenue. Ol l ," 5 HP 4 cy1. outboard Wor. 3-96 after o o :30.
sedan, hydramatib, oneane t ll
FOR SALE:---Refrigerator G. E. 25 perfect ondtion. r m tooi tle, 2e oab
cycle, good cond llon. very reason- Ro dr. Bllboo. r Cietlarge ruia bl n ket.nr oom i I
-b:3. Phone Cfter 3 30fia2e.95i oelar ivoli.hA
to N rb I.Luxe CONVERTIBLE-. R dlo, W-S- 3 inch hardwood top.. o FOR WeNT:-avored3 or un tfurs.I
o-e 18. Cd s FOR SRT-ALE: -1949 FCRd To F A unLE-t ic "wio f rd upe x-oe W eh.lb -lt t- ..2-.... .. ';
FOR SALE: One bedroom set W Tires. Color: Ivory. New int. utage venetian blndsb, 2 e m ed ios cool room, residents
uth. bed e S mmons couch. Call on d Mechanical gd condition. Tel. h d g s. Apply Saturday terlo to r fu table gtlen I h ;
tablephon e 3-0378. 2-616 AUTOS EISENMAN Pn- S -5. House 0550-A 4941, Panama.
tabl moths old Westainghouse rpl efri- FOR SALE: 1950 Studebaker -Coupe glass top, 34" x 60", excellent ters July It. to
completeairform innerspring mt- earatog a 180 HP, 4,000 miles, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY OFhite 1610. House 8 -A, Margarita. bedroom parent itornia
I end tablet. 1816-D Old Crst b lo 5513-al.R T SACKS FOR SALE: Ford Pick-up ed. 13, 4%nSc t, r i'
laps $100.00. Hollywood beiOR LI 9 i. Sealed bids for opening in public I. Call Mrs Leonard, 1 034
don 4A6w. good la 25 cycle 3 hu I n- d
FP SALE:Bargai. Wetinghouse, Mil. ,1953. n the office ofThe 1mgcole
yrs. old, perfect condition, will also flw,- en lyM anaer, Commissmary To for cu pl wh..cd
tra for 60 cycle. 1ds, CI;. FOR SAL n-ektl Aon0, 4 io, Mt. Hope, Canal Zone, forRe.
St. clboh. Tel. 2-2438. Ave. 16th. St. T teel e. empty rice, potato, dairy food, d Reasonable price. Monthly
other sa -. o '" cks.,nithfotn N r, 10t l' P"s an
F6R SALE: Mahogany diningroom in eFOR SALE:-1948 Nash Ambassador which lists. in detail the vario P e 5-Os ca vsaHoe
turntur, original, Gold Band y nient A. 1. St. & A bar- able may be obtained from the
la s:wtre,kanick kno cks, m.sc. Ceel.2l Are. Tel 4. 40;Cle. 818 & o tors
7 FOR SALE:--1950 cUICK S00UPER. bogr ,LE- 20- p ""
37. FoRp.--AExl CONVERTIBLE. Redo W-'00. FOR SALE:-20 x 6, C ommissary Division, ffi RENT-Fuished
FOR SALE.-Bodroon stgase n Ostove. 0 s te r Pa a telephoned 3-2674. aparte nt Fr k l on
Co a to flfher.rCle. Pa wrt 2 2on 5erte N lew o 4 0 C l .1
refC gerator likne ow,be aby crsbo 5 FCo r i S 0.. 80- A, Fh Runbou aSt ay- B t et r. G.cupl
wardrobe. 4th rof July Avenue.54n0T.FRPtuaboota-Be0.itT Mterrr.al,102...I
House 45 a apartment 1. FORoSALE,-190 Oldsmobile 2-door Ian-& Co l 5 2 HP 4 cl. outboard or 31596 after 7:30.
.- .25 sedan, dramatic, 0 ne owner.'motoFr, boat trailer, 25 cycle elecS
FOR SALE:--Rfrigratr G. Perfect condition. 0944., Amodo trick clock, Argus C-2 Camera, lus FOR RhENT
cycle, goad condition, very reasDoon- Raod. Fe oa M tomobile spotlite., large tool cab-
Ob Pe.afe ,FOR SALE-19 CHEVROLET Do inch machinist viseRo 2wood visae aR o r e m
H ouse 514 N eo w Cristobo l. ..m .. "wop,.,trs, .
Sne d e Luxe CONVERTIBLE. Radio W-S- 3 inch hardwood tobp, -misc. '.tools. FOR RENT:Furnishorunfunmi.i
FoR bSe: C One bedroom 2o s t.Cl I W Tires. Color: Ivory. New Paint. Quarters 21I-A. Aibrook, phone ad spacious cool room, residential.
St I i h a ood Mechanical Conditin. Tel. 4100. Sector. to respectable
uOR SALE:-Household furnishings. amecutive mahogany finih, with lc FO ENT-t vocat
6 months old Westinghouse ref ri- FOR SALE-19500 Stueaero Coupe gLalss 4 N 0 terms uJulyl, toSebr l.
ger tr 25 cycle. Full size bed, goad condition, new battery ann condition, $100.00.,Telephone$3.00Pr. .m"tonIth. 5-4470W' '"
Icmle'.2teorfrr innusp g mat-.eat covet se rs, $1,125. Call White 1610. House 8111:-A, Margarita. d t urn h d l ...
ane-tK o...e3 n
lo bed l. wicker chairs, porcelain'-.eals. 71. F "TelephoneP mma a.-,
cOrr.plete. 1816-D Old Cristobal. FOR SALE: Ford Pick-uptruck,- WANTD:orBie id d, I d h o J
Fa'P SALE:-Barga.n. Westinghouse, d ton. leat5e o salesgirl. Must have.goad refer- 2 e ntHt. --. oie. .
9 ft. Perfect condition, No. 65, Fo _nces. Apply Dgmar' Tivoli Ave V. ten.
her. Can Mie led.dpaid,
S SALE: Mahogany diningroom In excellent il l.C FOR SALE
a h .Dure, igna ol p d.t s,mesc.Rdewhtewll t-e, d i.L
prsA. Te. 3 C Boats,&"Motors
Ol SALE: Hollywood bed with CONVERTIBLE. Radio.4W-_FO E Of6if.8and -AT
Sn studio Tires. Car in very good condition. New Cab-
cover for both, Ono Q. M. table or coll 6-490. 4
lion d1aw. P.0 ox a' Craftsman lointeraoH l o A.j
dreMiguel.C Z..20. 2-
ydle. PhEW h
rra?: - -*
Carltoa Drug Store
10.05 Mel6ndes Ave.- Phone 255 Col6n
-"J ,* , . 1 , T ; 1 'E L .
... -r~.- =.Ha"fer Fords
.. .. . .' . . .... . 5 1 .. .. .. .. ;. ..
of 9t ;er l.ows Home, Alley, Po
"d...B.Dy WADE JONES
SIsa m Pom Aqi aS c.. U. NS.A "4ff CorrespondeS
AM.M .. "o. .9 q.-(NEA)- a wondb rful car. t treat to
M a It d V6` 11 odeu said drive one. Your loans should
,: uses an s be rs Bit, to a elar i t a t
iia"'i Ib Y i W oulds et be .is wieg cimAl e & ther -
.'--ow. 'Go, Gi ghiO bre only car take'a arda dut. Dye,
ai id .,T W 9. foi ixl hi t hsa t death. Bye-John Dy u gll lewr.n
It. ;7 t X.Iopw lM thle 50th Ford announced in IH M t sht
-- Il fc R the bOW o, l& old home dency of the Unite ra tes,
aawfhtj. "lent Cal, was dowr e.
S. They ve. over O avery It expressedC greatt
neok sad arazlny of the 55- gratification to have you take
a. almroom Ford' manilon at F ai r such a position."
a.og@ Abl Lane t a p tsa oue, sort nad
....0 '' M BEUme 1, I a.m. UtMays sto re l~iw miIon letters When Ford was getting going
V be "o' ow o. N nd papes- Whih Si 61d histo- back around the t=m of the
Wl ry-hNoter l I~Cl hipd. century a lot of people didn't
T d ITt e_, which even know what he ieant when
....s hi w nto thee Ptalked of autoamobUlep.
"'Mand onto Francisco, one of' several' per-
h sntainsa sons still living who hasamade
S'* muchh 'ed ma- recorded accounts of their early
's "" (.. T teina trSing.- a a half- days with Ford, days on one
century to mput record:
.- "I went to Chicago to a bi-
."lif p i a i!y1Ferd")tn ranged cycle show. I Was wa 1 I I ng
UIM fro m. CooSag to the t through it and fia I saw
pepat' not of the '30s, something that like a
AnMr. and Mrs. four-wheeled bcyle. I went e- FORD'S ARCHIVES fill every room hi him Fair Lane Manaloa(
Sboar threw ver to look at and a young even overflow nto empty swimming pool and bowling lley.
S'- opod -mail a- fellow came up and said, "What 1903." Hughson says, "the Ford In 1903 e Ford w y
.- ... do you think of it?' .. Motor Company shipped me a roll was $15.23. Today t's ma
"1. ,C ord by "i said. 'What ai It?' carload of cars. I had a ter- than $17 million. 2
Diiinger 02- troit "He said, 'It's. an automo- rible time getting rid of them.
am May to t be- bile."' We sold one or two, but the rest Al of which would
1 I** *.. fore he -5: yoH to death by The young fellow said h we rented out." come under the heading of his-
.. a he IM Henry Ford, and gave uhthAgainst her better judgment tory, no matter what hthea
aa. A...k.A. am e.m "Heo1o, OIW Pal: AMved here the Pacific Coast and Hawaiian Rosetta Couzens Hauss let a who made so much of
t abanies. 1A.- # am... .- )a. lke to Islands as an agency. brother in Detroit talk her Into thought of the subject.
Sa .,, iM.0em drop in e yo have When they were ready Investing $100 in the Ford cornm-
Ipdyends, and in 1919 she aid
6-....Lbmpany to the Ford family
sat- ...ass..f .L stud-"
Ung la l D.m ord began building his fa-
**;..V j -. mouse Model T in 1908, five years I
11 n 110PA" Tuesday-Ods. ..... ......... .p.0 1fter the company was found- .
.' r-- i s a g l ua ed. Before the model was dis- .
IgoOA acgUDEontinued 19 yards later for
C"--w 's C sthe Model A, 15 million had
4A4 Oak ii beet built.
The first Model T's. four
'-r "." f o A cylinders and 20 horsepower,
Holy see &. 0 faster.
a& AIh an u cl o
L rIr. o t B.L Grave, of Dallas, Tex., Suse, trying to be n
sawtells of using one to make the about it, Introduces a .
M.1 *first automobile trip between man she ha been ta
Mdi."Mg MTO 1 IS BUNK," said Henry Ford, but he helped make it Dalla and l Paso, n 112. He for weeks. Don'S embs ter
S with this car he built (and drove in 1907 to win patent suit. was set upon by olves near by 4ylg: ,"Suse h
,_._ ille_' _Vcos City, lost his native guide so much about yoa" M
"." a0DeOp. 11110 VC to croe. ea..rt tkat had pre-pp..' a .. *o et a
a': '"'. ner Grand 7 but managed she haL Rut itl -,a, Is. eIa'
Nato Di plomats See No acT ot rss a ot aan
Shift Ir m A ns" 0f RussiO "sT''A A.to otire-da L
"y LEO2N DEE ta, and rubber hood slenc- t ea w
'~eh NRA Staf? Correspoudent ers er,
.. ARI, Mav 9 (NMUA) -- The regime time to consolidate him
r~ ~d'iu d p left by Stalin's death.
NOrth Atlantic Council meeting wt a fill the vnaeun of
another chance to take a hard To onsold'te ts K Nei s rr dy
Si ,L look aOt Russia's "peace" offen- Ha' hold over the East Euro-
diL lve. pean satellites..,Cf
IW.. I .M.T'heTi consensus la that there
,h -m ....IndI. nis l. n t no reason to believe
that there has been a basic
terchae in Soviet aims.
Maleskova soft talk and some. PANAMA TRUST COMPANY, INC.
u'rl conr~eliyons In Korea, they be-I
I ilovleMoscow's basic policyR s (COMPAIA FIDUCIARIA DE PANAMA, S. A.)
'W A. -- is: up the Norths:
S 1e." ,i. Te ebrnk up the North At- A RECENTLY AOQUIRED AFFILIATE IN THE EXPANSION IN
L k~ eL ratification t he FOREIGN COUNTRIES OF THE
eb arnA aaseeTreaty.
Sa~"" o .mun .t Banque Nationam pour le Commerce et I' Indurtrie
iVus -a gn.i1e tni hgs 16 Boulevard des Italiens, Paris (9e) France
"t is. B, i a breathing spell
.And Sttions ro Toeal Resources-Francs 315,000,000,000 in various foreign currencies
L 4*ebjasate "'reelutionary"
ma ... Southeast Asia and Its system embracing four contineonts maintains over 1,200 branches,
.,." i si R..''s and Chin's ag6noles and associations in France, The French Union, the Near
'p 'r t in o trm," a
.b..,,pw er told me. "xo- Mexico and the-Far East.
-- e las became too costly to
both.Uta,;: and Red China, and
,,- uo mo T,- CORRESPONDENTS THlRO WIOUT THE WORLD.
"a a.o"",..-,.,I,-.in FINANCING OF INTERNATIONAL COMMERCE.
S not blind the non- No. 20 Telephone 24710
the. pe .n and l- Telegraphic address "PATCO" P.O. Box No. 1774
""an" "*" .*...- that they have aban-
.,.**.**: I the cold war and are I
.., f. ... .+ acad $ open a new chapter In
t...,..,,.* al relations. ,-
I ahedy ."e de. Ilrada.ito..
,. .e...... Ma,.ee +. -
"" ' t e riebelyfErope'ns mom
m' o enstoWe of
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ma0i In. tle ama"
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TH PANAMA AMEP"'N AN INI
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Braves' John Antonelli
* Y-~, 7,
lwaukee Edges Clhiago -?A N
20 In Arc Light Thriler 5' : 'IE ,WO
CARL /.DUIT..- .
NEW YORK, May 9 (UP)-Johnny Aitonell Philadel phia 12 6
who acquired muscles and maturity while ia the rookn ls
St. LouIS 9 6 AW GOTTA
a ago. ChIiago 5 I1 .33o -
athis I18 pennant-win- shutting out the Chlcaig Cubs, Phila. at Brooklyn (D-N)
Boston teammates would 2 to 0 on four hits before30.92 Pittsburgh at New York (D-N)
speak to him now is in fans in the Milwauk ee Caundy Chicago at Milwaukee -QC-r- DI c ANC
on to becomema big win- Stadium. St. Louis at Cincinnati.MICKEY
e Braves have gone from Breaking a big d'-n
S os whipping In many a a TESTERDAS RESULTS
tle guys the o1948 te Antonel one hl b. Night Game 5
have with g , ti wa remark- pitched. Del Crandaetht ah Rice.
hampio J ney w iein Pitd cam tsou Corgh ati New 000 00 D-3 N
e won and ost record or 44 tple in ther slth rad s ored Perkowakl r1-2), Erautt, King
2.he worked in several the first run on a bad relay and Landrlnth.
by Eddie M iksl. Johnny Ld-
gan doubled home an =-sur Night Game
t nance run in the eighth. Chicago 000 000 000-0 4 1t --
hDve r The Reds got the homers but Milwaukee 000 001 01x-2 5 1 ri
ies Decis ons 1Sthe Cards put on the winning Hacker (1-4), Leonard, Jones =" '1 0A
svrally in the ixth in a 5 to 3 tri- and McCullough.
umph at Cincinnati. Gus Bell, Antonelli 2-1) and Crandall. A 91 wl
O i nd I Ted Klussewski and Bob Mar-
ve a in E oquis homered for all of the Reds' Night Game
Stunearned runs as a result of at Postponed (Rain)
SAstone 1 O ast errors by shortstop Roy McMil- New York
lan and outfielder Bell and RedY
Schoendienst's bases clearing Night Game
NEW YORK, May 9 double. Philadelphia
amon Fuentes, a speedy, a At Boston, Billy Goodman it at Postponed (Rain)
uvweerweeg f h his first homer of the year in Brooklyn
ges am ouwelterweigh of hsfrirLs the I th inning to give the Red
seven-hit ball for his second vic- New York 13R
Tioaly eisand aed o a run he the Washington 13 A 8 had
us Tector (Szwskin ny Brown pitche Teams
aro St Nihol1h ie n Le Bob Detroit TO -- Iuan D a P edit H 1
aonhtory while Johnny a of the Cleveandgh
The tbou Mexicani mos p1n lia s sute d Barbiscn de-r oe Bosto 118 3
6"a decision n oer tral-or se n ee s o r tf er hiscod de b t on it 0a" .-. l.
rthnon. ele id awntb ead r hind to defeat ths ae Athletics, 10ou St. Louis 10 10 .500 ( )
oiat ou fromte e ti Nihoa roa- to 7, with a five-run rally in the Washington 8 1 .318 e
.... botenmS.tihl eighth inning. efty Bobby Detroit 5 1ame7
go dhlon dirun tanow ue l feat. Micke Vernon had a (tw C- a 0u 0001h- t o"
weo wr h theU 1 Atooan w t-ha double Mi a oh t i d- ral i. iN r ate .
hmon Fuwentes, anse, ru- singleand e l Washington at..Phidepa Win t lT edrh1 .aus ..n
aspLn the tn uBrattvcn The Indiantcamed through Te)ysesMeRry t
an t, tried to me a wit a ifure ern rallin the Yan d tl b
ht it,'butws ioutboed by ninth inningoa defeat the h a w e
STherne re no iknockd wns lies came on a pich double by P. 1n 01 203 000- 7 9 1 r t tan elu s.dro. Mar- r .
the only blood drawn came EoDarney McCoskY A am with two O uth eelade ( 2 i n f-.e e rrr.
obm a late-round scratch O after which Dale Mitchell de- and Gn, Obr -Ho turned P:ro when the:clashin
f nose. The livered two more with s n 8hBhu1
o an OR at 2 to 1, to r n e Alank ere his fSL M.ac' -rschedton 1 h letno, unDdNNe. "l' "*, "" "
ghd o. a reonr* o t whleWil eto.le. ac hmlsen d rtuae O a nd te. l-e a I t
tP ed, Nw a4 1 In tDobsoni Ideatr SI ro m Night Gambe 1ts b cha '
hr e t ind t o dfhis e B wt the ArWhleti, n New Y 0 0ork 010 000 000 00-1 7 l n on .- t "E SI
S; t score al and bro Ter t er fors r all tho pls t
u 1, 3"fob to ', w t as of s0000 01-2 wh A 00 6 t-fo-e r
Sd-wat has r nvit d to TOD g ot t
on forh-and caunang one Carrasquel tdror h. tr (2-2)daned Berra. each triumph itas been z -io
BOMAON IN THsEera D 'me \II -n rz nexi tM
the Mexican as 7-3 ge, D ropo homeredans o therege O O l. ogS t .
I s ll re cent Atu r uaein with i a o s n added thaxe e --o-ter- ,l l a te o irt n.t.m ei t7 .s' .l .M
y1ear period l Chicago 0224u010 1 n-7 12 0o
itw" the 4tstraigtop l" The r ktemerAo "I- o
andth f t 4 wu w ouoe 3 niontahi r e tht he1 iti2tGam on222po-ansiesgame r t eGTr- ,b
onalrights for Fuentese who out. DobsoTi (3-2 and Lollar.LUmnMben -t* *I
'o!anked 10th in the W n alter- whale nutonel pa- n"nd oro, Ode. r od rowhne .,ot
Bobby Sorkr19 0- ne. T thhne who htorma n bolde rlnr ClandS eyor on oe da y .. .ohnsoar. i
B bone_02) n Red Sox a 2-1mo=4 over the Wynn, Aber (1-0), Hooper and 1:0;2:4. 41:41U .:595 9U*jVast
ro R Yankees.Hegan how
tnet, Yo e Larsen, Brecheen (0-4) White, MANNA...
NEW YORKopped w./I. .LOBos tae CDolle Pa e N round No. .f .. ,t oh ,
aGn T Gesor I a rtadCourtney. ,or wewe4
Gslserm STobtuUtat hand
hom5000er 0noh0o Decide fora si
be6thegMexein d fe3ledgeiDropf fT- Ne
lfe d :r :wot Invitation To Play P.A.A. Finals V0-. tn- t a.n .
g Ad3b 4 N TEDSoccRer oIn Brazil hic g lClu b 2 .
legc40 101k(ammond Club1 don fromti.tune
pro T h e German first division We
3 football team r'Rotwels.of Es- Val-1.-gWR
has been Invited to appear a rle on
d mwi po-nth, twess spkerrainendBots."
Ois ToFNs mo ounth .obsons 3-s hpres- and omAw an odeoldr,
rlh rfE4 0 17A0 The spokesman added that his Sixteen golfers will tee off %t
8t lin hsixgames there, the 36-hole finals of the 0AA 206O a Ylis t tha t 'It
Si Top leather kickers of the tourney. These 16 representthe
SThe two men already wore the This tournament has been appe
Totals 35 2 6 .3310In several international post- n
-war gRdmesawas dttenyho ef-In- on b.Colon.e.l.. .
The spokesman declared that John gTolers ionfope fong day l big ohn so-
wYork a 3b1 m0 0 N te EsTn team wllproabl pyaBrt -onithe a r-bo 11-yardy ornumlbeor s., ,_mr.t.'.
easy vidtory- md for aonwe hie-
of tht film art that will undoubtedly revolu- will have an opponent who is
younger than he. T1t will make
tionize the film industry, a difference in the 3 holes of ,
play. Driggoa doesn't know how
good Johnny Is and that may
"Man In The Dark" Release May 15th make a diffeen He will bea
out there playing his owngame,
at CENTRAL THEATRE and his ame may be good
enough on hSunday.
Geo. Itley and Al Basrinem
AdmionPre... . 06are rivals o foLd. Theirs wil be
AdmissiOn Pre i. ........... 0.60 a battle to the last hole. Every
match wall' be a duly, and 1I1 bel
Plus: Paloroid ................. 0.15 there.gl be a dilly, a Ill11be
The Iwa day will be climnamd
wi the presem taten of
and a Pa. Amssa.
put .. ..
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.s pith, esullg in a fo tI
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as,t 5 rB mott. A basertuner s
Owi U -o" second on the pitch. Must he re
IMeMS t Jt turn o firstab long as th
Lt catcher don't drop the ball?-
iaL thi Oliff Rofert.
ur to be
*the-year. A*iMer Noe
S" 1 h run off HubbeI?-
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he hd **ke A* The hbe.e-na hlis me
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OLIVIA U-SE HAVILLAND
IAn oW S ioN JODR 1-TT 9-
1: 3 8:50 6: -. 9:- : p.
A LOVR STORY O WILD,
John WATNE Maureen O'HAA
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"THE QUIET MAN"
thenm XRUS. hal stimL be SUCw-
4-&. ~ as a.t^ff I ft~ f
nSnus. itg UiN 5W Woa ER s
A. t of
rian*rid ter i es
A. Teaet o* Penswyl
Sfor te Chicago
Deadliest undonese corridor
in the World... 1
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WillAmn rendix, a
[AcS o4, AN WS._ a. b A LreCH...I
AIMo: LASINiG uNli atN LMSM 8iVnMai.
a.- ffi^'SSJ soMl n
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"Apache War Smoik"
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"Tno D I- V IA"
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Caruel WMfdt4. .
"TREASURE OF THi
Scaryw erant. t *s
KIM O CONGO
AST AND SAtPmmUn
t o e.c',,- ".a,; ..
the late OoL ;U.'
wa the-e 'd IM
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S" ARENA BULL RNG
SSuasy, May 10th at 4:15 P.M.
... BIG NOVILLADA
Oficialyl1y Pp1y ulr Request A Codtest to ChMe Pmua 's Own Balflighter
f PRESEoI NG
fooma's four best aottilerbs competing for
A .wtPULL'S EAR donated by El Arte Moderno, S.A.
Four .ShF1I Fought -To Death FoPu Bull Fighters
n,. E ,-.Chiri.io mo .. ..e lfig t, voter
CAI"iM M DE SEVILLA
04*m- Los Saulo
i' i l .d his badMrille n
IONsl' p : Dr. ANIBAL RAMOS PALMA
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UN Under Probe
WASHINGTON. May 9 iUP, -
S Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge
Jr., chief U. S. delegate to the
United Nations. assured House
Investigators today any disloyal
Americans working 'for the U.N.
, will be exposed before next fall.
Lodge said the FBI and Civil
fiervice Commission are checking
the records of 2,000 Americans
Working either for the US. mis-
sion or for the U.N. itself, includ-
Sag the secretariat.
The.U.N. secretary-general is
being notified "as fast as find-
ings are made," Lodge said. add-
ing that he is "very optimistic"
tht any one with doubtful loyal-
ty will be fired.
"With luck this entire per-
gonnel problem should be
cleaed up by September or
OAt~er," he said.
the former Republican Sen-
teit,"who was defeated in last
fafli election, testified before a
nouse judiciary subcommittee
which is winding up an investi-I
,t ion of Red infiltration of the
SWilliam L. Franklin, special as-
sistant to the State Department's
S security director .said the de-
partment's own investigation of
the U. N. personnel situation
'still Isn't complete."
Lodge said he considered that
is first task as delegate to the
.N. was "to clean up this mat-
ter of American personnel about
whose loyalty there was doubt."
He said that the day after he
took over his post he lined up
American employes, had them
fingerprinted and gave them
Special forms to fill out as the
basis for a security investigation.
All but 36 have returned the
forms and the information is now
being checked, he added.
S $ 10010O Set
For New Weapons
1, Prioect Europe
WASHINGTON. May 9 (UP) -
The administration has drawn
up a multi-million dollar pro-
gram for deaylogtin new weap-
gnp to give Europe better defens-
.*s M Was outlined by
ot ual ui ty rector Harold
If. tasen in explaining to the
enate Foreign Relations Com-
*ittee yesterday a $250,000,000
Ametal weapons planning fund
NU64new $5,821000000 foreign
I hen said the program stem-
2led from a decision by the Na-
tiqUms Security Council to place
more emphasis on new and spe-
cial weapons in building up US.
and western- security.
While the results of the weap-
ons development program will
hot be apparent for three or four
rars, Stassen said the legisla-
o itself should stimu I a t e
'weapons research by North At-
lontw, Treaty allies. He said the
IATO command is now studying
ftl relationship of special weap-
m to -NATO defenses and will
report In August on its findings.
The NATO command, unable
to match the Communists on a
Manpower basis, has been re-
vrted placing increasing em-
giasis on air power and tactical
ftZ, weapons to block eay Red
t into Western Europe.
Stassen said, however, that
tom weapons are not Involved
rt weponsci orl weapons ca-fund.
He cited seven "eypotbeti-
el" illustrations of possible uses
61 the fund, including the devel-
opment by this country or onle of
Kti allies of "more reliable" anti-
aireaft weapons or weapons ca-
pable to stopping waves of "ruth-
Ibgly expended enemy soldiers."
Donor At Chorrera
0t. Donald J. Dupre who
Wob -in the Weather Station at
Albrok Air Force Baae, was the
blt' Uood donor for the Nicolas
.etro Hospital a Chorrers.
+earer Is still need for four
se_ _donors for a emergencyy
SUtmd atof the lung.
AfN ND3PuNDmi N
An opportunity for Pacific sidp tw4
residents to hear quartet sing. teo
Ing of the old-time barbershop tug
variety Will be presented Tuesday ula
night. May 11, at the Balboa chi
Theatre when the first annual nig
cQtest of the Society for the cuB
Pesbration and Encouragement A
of Barbershop Quartet Singing ca
in Ambrica, Inc., will be staged. pr
Proceeds of tlhe ticket sale for eac
this unusual program of enter- Th
tainment are to be presented to at
the CaaM Zone Cancer Commit-
tee hp elp swell the 1958 Cancer
Fund drive which Is being held
during the last half of this
Tickets for the quartet sing-
ing contest have already been
placed on sale and may be ob-
tained from any member of the
local SPMBQA. of which Fred
Gerhardt la president this year.
Chairman. of the program com-
mittee for theeontet is Oordo4
H. aNims. m ar of Mr-
curio, I Pan S C .
At least five barbrahop quar-
tes haw Mnmounced their inten-
tion of beterMing he contest. It
was announced Friday. A ipeeal
panel of Judge will be nomnat-
ed to. ut e 't
ance and PBB
'Ato be Br0e44ted
"Let t he people know the truth end the cou is me" wS Ae
Reds Told Latest Of
PANMUNJOM, May 9 (UP) -
Lt. Gen. William K. Harrison told
the Communists today their new
plan to break the truce deadlock
could not be regarded even as a
"basis for negotiation" until they
furnish more details on handling
Harrison, chief United Nations
truce delegate, refused to accept
or reject the plan which the
Communists submitted Thursday.
He said may questions must be
answered before he can act.
"Your proposal fails to set
forth sufficient detail for us to
give it adequate consideration,"
Harrison said at a 32- minute
meeting which followed a 48-
His answer to the Communists
was framed in Washington after
President Elsenhower and repre-
sentatives of other nations in-
volved in the Korean fighting
had studied the eight-point Red
Harrison asked North Korean
Gen. Nam 11, the chief Commu-
nist negotiator, a series of sharp-
ly-worded questions that Indi-
cated the U.N. was suspicious of
at least two points in the pro-
Harrison wanted to know why
the Reds wished to turn allied
captives over to a high-level po-
litical conference after the pris-
oners had Insisted on not go-
Ing home even though the Com-
munists had assured them they
had. nothing to fear.
The U.N. claimed this would
coerce prisoners to return to
250 Navy Worirs
To 0el Pay Raises
Averaging t6 Cens
About 250 Navy employes In
the draft journeyman and craft
supervisory positions will re-
ceive pay Increases averaging
about 16 cents an hour, it was
Word of the new pay in.
creases came from Washington,
and will become effective to-
morrow. The raises affect only
Meanwhile, an Army spokes-
man said today he was awaiting
momentary confirmation from
Washington that civilian em-
eoyes of the Army in like posl-
tion would also receive similar
He said about 469 Army civil-
ians will be affected.
New Increases apply to work-
ers whose rates of pay are based
on Navy yard wages In the
United States. Panama Canal
employes, working in similar
jobs received their increases
several days ago.
The Armed Forces personnel
board, which functions on the
Isthmus and Is composed of
members of all the armed forces,
recommended last Wednesday
to 'the Wage Board In Washing-
ton that a wage adjustment be
made for the craftsmen group
Air Force officials could not
be contacted for information as
to whether their employes have
been Included in the new raises.
Word of the Navy's Increase
in pay was received on the Isth-
mus by Walter Wagner, pres-
ident of. the Central Labor-
Metal Trades Council who last
Wednesday cabled his legisla-
tive representative Howard
Munro in Washington.
Munro sent word today that
Navy employes' pay raise has
been approved, similar to Pan-
ama Canal raises announced
earlier In the week.
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Communism rather than accept Sweden and witerland,. plus4 .e
indefinite imprisonment. Koreans and the Chinese. if r. t
"Is an agreement such as this gpu:
any more than an agreement to Nam also had propeW send- th
defer the final solution of the ing of "armed forces" byae
question until some later date" neutral to handle the prTeno ..
Harrison asked. Harrion wanted to know Who ed
The other point questioned wpas was going to command th" a orsI
the Red's naming of a fvqv-na- apd asked how the RM a would Vfie-1
tion neutral commission, Includ, -"-
ing two Communist satellite
countries, (Poland and OCecEhoes A '''
previously had insisted on only
one neutral country. '
Harrison pointed out to Nam -
ers in seven language the .
five neutrals, including India -
ay Have Mumps
ATLANTA, May 9 (UP) Has
Gov. Herman Talmadge got the
mumps? If he ha, the governors
of many of 43 other states better
start worrying. Not to mention
The governor cane down with
some kind of an ailment In the
neighborhood of his throat and
neck glands shortly after he re-
turned from the governor' aoe
ference with the President In
e was put to bed Thursday.
s doctor said the governor's
ailment ha been narrowed down
to mumps &r tonasltlk. If a per-
son has had the mumps on both
sides of the neck he is usually
Immune. Talmadge hasn't had
Dr. Kels Boland, the governor's
physician, said that the lacuba-
tion period for mumps is four or
five days. That means that Tal-
madge could have been carrying
the germ before he left Washing-
Henry Lee Phillips
Is 2nd Lieutenant
Henry Lee Phillips, a Canal
Zone Jr. College graduate, Was
recently commissioner 2n1d leut-
enant in the Tank Corp of othe
regular Army at Ft. Knox, Ken-
Phillips was assigned to Fort
He is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
L.L. Phillips of. Ancon. Canal
Zone. Hisa father Is the chauf-
feur for the Governor of the
Panama Canal Oo.
If He's Coimmistt
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BOSTO, May 9 (UP) A
soft-spoken. college librarbe who
was an American spy during
World War II refused ib i th.
Ornate Iternal security suuaesa-
anittee yesterday whether is a
Paul V. Martlneau, ex,
age agent, was one of
sona who totified be
committee which abirupl
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so heard from ex-4t unti
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