The Panama American


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


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


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

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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rias K., aft art critic mnd ,er-
do NBermfdea. former minister
of education and an Nalrc-lct.
Valluarmno recalled that the %'a-
tionLAssembly passed a p l
law calling for construction of
the monument a cost of $IQ0-
00 as a tribute to r em6n whb
he described as one of the great
est presidents the country has

Premier Dm Hlls

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SAI ,- ay 9-.(UP)-TU,8.-
baekdpemer Nog Dinh Diem
cre b at French com-.
n .asde chief Gen. Paul tly

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wLo is
4lco. .

Swe wantS
-sr1 actor, writ.
dsaucer and mgi
0 4yem-rold Pami .
known Itoa=a actress
Be Counties DI Gh-

CZ hInlb Hosplal
I mo -" lande a yowu
Amer boy In aorgae hoUspi-
tal when his foot slipped as he
was cllbing down from the tree
that bears te fruit so tempting
to sthmian youngsters.
Thomas Gangei, 9, was knock-
ed uncolbalous by his fall. He
was hospitalized for a possible
small UonOuslon nd for lacera-
tions over a right eye.
He is the soe of Rudolph Gan-
gle of the Lock~ DivilIon on the
Pacific Side.

34-Yeaor.Qld Wife
Of Doctor, 94,
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tate la e a.

SpoN n To Warn

Congress To Up
IForeis Au u

WAstaTOIIr. May (UP)-
Two top okeen pre-.
pared to wan Congres today
that foreign m WnIary aid must
e larger o n nle In the
years aheed.
Ad. JArthur W. Badford.
chairman of eint chiefs of
stlaf. aaDefense ec-
retary Ilve enseal, were
expected to el:t pvut that posi-
tion in tesv before the Sen-
ate -oeign PmAtdfoi commit-
tee. .
The =ommt lto gan hearings
last weekc o a b-dent sen-
Ihovere'$3 foreign n aid
program fo the fe year be-
n iJuy L It eotalns $1.-
aipPdsoa qaut tbht ponitary
ald, pusbejWforeth econo.

Labor and 'Conematlve&aUke
astil were sparulk for majM0i-
The Coservatlves have been
r bfg so fa eon a simple
patornm .of "'ast s" to eon-

Wife DIvorles

Ted WHIlams
'M. May 0 (UP) The
wife of d Willams, former big
league baseball star, was grant-
ed -a divorce tod bu t te Bos-
ton diuggr said he still has no
Immed e plans, to -return to
the Red 8ox.
q p telder'is return to the
Bs team was believed to
einge on the outcome of the
len legal negotiations w;tIeh
began in Janusry, 1964, when s
w f e first ftlu for separate
Circuit Judge George E. Bolt
granted a divorce to the attrac-
tve brunette woman but said he
will take the financial arrange-
ment minder advisement.

Delivery Vehicle
.OM ~4mIitnn, 18 *fot ta

mpport Itens license yesterday after his car
1 rations, ideswiped a telephone pol ,
lOW alcri- knocked down a street sign, und
aid program came to est on the sidewalk of
Mieaspects. the department of motor ve-
Spledged to hicles.ildg, where licenses

* The coqrm~lt

dayd mecl l d fo- 10,
000 men in July. JW1 ill go In-
to the Army.
The July call Js the same as
thseu for Ma and June., It will
brin# N D1,91,4S0 the nunriber of
w" drafted since the
start bf the Korean War. ,

Of Uknown olderr Tomb

Mad Because They're 'oped Off

WASHINGTON, May 1 (UP)- they need to be "protected"
-The. honor guards who walk a day. l6pes, '
'and night vigil before the TOmb of ..'here's never been n'
the Unnown Soldier are bohag t ek," ha % r mh
Mad because the famous s*tbe lers 't really boter..
has been roped off to "protlet" ye get o do is g-rd tbh
them from tourists. Tb. I guar4 are picked for
"It looks just like a ball pen," cove duty from the craec
.sid one disgusted guard. Infa Regiment at nearby
"We can take care of ourselves," Myer V. The walk one-h o
vumbled another. "They don'tt tanur before the tomb. foll
need to do this terrible thg. by ee hours off. The viI
The heavy manila ropes, strung mainlIned night and' day,
betwet small black stanchions, or e, hot or cold. After
were Intalled around the bomb hour on duty, a guard ge
last Wedneiday. TOy keep'visit- hour leave.
ors at .iutanee of rb A S feet The morale of the guard de
from ,ob and About et ment was further smitten 1 i
from the' guard ,who elessly week by an order from the
paces. back and forth before it mending offi' of the 'hin
Previously, visitors could and did fentry regirht requring
walk right up to the guard ea du- to wear regulation brown.
ty. leather acoeuaries instead o

The ropes were installed ow ord-
er* of high officials o.the mili-
tary district of Washin"gos. They
thought the ruards were being
'teased" too much, parleeuarly
ly some of the high sa ol su-
dents sightseers who descend on
the Capitol in droves each spring.
LI= the beaver-baltMed, peher-.
ed guards who stall a Oe
e'r sey oxs outside aekl
m a ihee n lauO -dSo erls-
Xp. aMrshbag seNMI te a
teab seem ar -ee- buneek-
ku( Umt s _of o 0 e.
"Tby want to osMe fean
bsek -M.up." one of the soteu ,
, ,,ded for ao"t ex-
Mrytoday "iiay,7. wa,

&there ? to do

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-igbly-posllaed Mlck leather -
has been a, trademark of t
tomb s'earies for years.


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Numer Of

Reached 61 A

i awe saw -A

chna nfi P1In
too eaut6ns."
In New lYork
Foundation fbr
lyss considered
blty of cllg
tion pr for
New Egland b
delay in .pduGtk

SIt is underood unoffclly
that when -tt* Inoculation pro-
grtn is resuzhed, the hospital
wlU attempt to, receive patients
for the vaccine shots $n the amne
order as their prkviols appoint-
Meanwhile In Washngton,
the U.S. Public health B5rvlee
aserting its ""m.let Itath"
In Salk shots, sa, i tlay it
hopes to got the nation's taH-
td pHo vaeoina4Jn program
started again late thi week.

However, It strongly recoom- vide
mended that states hold up s ll of the
Inoculations until government secopM
experts run a new safety check plant
on vaccine stocks, l u
The service expressed hope all
that some double-aeeked vac- Or d
cine will be cleared for public second
.i^.-A' k

Lost Eskimo Who ,
ACconipanie4 Peary
Dies In Greenland
Odaq, oely surviving Eskimo who
accomp d Rober early on his
Arctic explorations, has died la
Ibs home at'Thule, No r t h e r n
Greenland, the Danish Greenland
department announced today.
Odaq' s age was unknown.
Last year the old Eskimo was
Made member of the Explorers
Cl b of New York, but was unable
to go to th.Unlted States because
his heath was frail.
, He was a Miend of Peary ex.
penditich member Mathew Hend
Eon who djto last year.

S Unemployed

million In April

ID .01

odatlon officials i
ng a Solomon's d
uld they attempt
ie shot of vaccine I
Nearly ,000M,000
I irwa youngest
bd m ioulate, pi
so o0 ver cent in
oould ihey try to
I for fionthi

s Wnt 'X* y
In d44bt ca s. sam l one #,
datlODeime, "we must S
tsetL wrath of the puilb

the ~ifte" .ne m 1

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WABUMGTON. May 9 (?'1- partnmweas-td in a joint report
Icans roe "to60,000 In A I
the gt Jeel ever uset seam.-
for them onth, the goumT ai ..?_._ .
rep ri today. The f ure 't ...
s a construotasa d
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iONTHE. IN AVNO --- c.50


The Mail Box is on open forum for breeders of The Panama
ns are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly
It you contrilb'e a letter don't be Impaltent If It doesn't
day Letters are published In the order received.
Ples try to keep the letters limited to one pegs length.
Identity of letter writers Is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements
d in letters from readers._ ,

rt t Sir:
; Those of us who have been patients in the Gorges
tl'ing the past decade will observe one the. greatest tra
13titis, that has taken place during that time.
The change is so obvious, that visitors have exprei
:Obsrvations with satisfaction.
As a recent patient of this Institution,.and one of t
:w' also there during before, I could not restrain from e
'n deep appreclatioq to the present management. .T
some improvements whichh may be made, which I will
Courtesy seems to be the desire of every one in the
1( e. This includes management, doctors, nurses, office
stendants. Everyone catrie~" on his or her duties i
Il asant manner to patients, which seems to improve th
3bch mentally and physically. The walls and ceilings
ed, attractively, and do not crpatq the feeling .you might
0irm on of some sort.
Your clothes are nat tied in-a large knot, and thi
aome musty closet, but put on a clothes rack, and return
it discharge in neat order. You no longer have to
mile for meals, and the food is prepared, and serv
.ugh some Improvement il this line is desirable.

! : The visiting hours have Improved, and there Is n
*4ding of the wards.
e Thanks to the Administration and the Local Rate Ci
ell a portable library service is also furnished by the Ri
S Here are some of the suggested improvements, tha
a.0Fe to conform with the surroundings.
4 The eUminatlon of discolored and bent spoons, den
ch cannot stand on an even keel, tea cups that look
t be salvaged. I inquired whether knives and fo
able, when a spoon was the only part the service gii
was part of the menu. I was informed in the ne
eluded it was the desire of the administration to prev
de among the patients. Until one day, on passing I
the full compliment of knives, forks, etc. were b
U.S. Rate wards. I conceded however, fhat this
mination, but, lack of liaison, between manager
en and patients of Local Rate wards.

Of course we are not expecting sterling, but would
S with stanlees steel and plastic ware, which would
p surrounding the management is desirous of mainta
In conclusion we would like to add these few lines.
If with pleasure. you are viewing
Anything, a man IS doing
If you like him, or you love him,
S Tell him now.

Beoau t e cannot read his tombstone
When he's dead.

- Ex Pi


948 STUDEBAKIR FORD R. Many miles on
gaHon of gas. Ready to go for only $395
Tels. 2-1033 2-1035 2-10369

i a g r uiHLr s ample o ur fine oefdllton
^ *IMW jIweiryl Oood fashiori
T,0pro to fit your budget.




Labor News


Local' Sets Up
New !in Office
in Per"o
Local 0.; CHOC-CIO, toay

a,"e awstaaon f Iats

Poatrft'df Molotov' Bog ofaTrick


4.oo By VICTOR i1MLa
SI mall wonder the underworld Is
arrogant. NoL even the U.S. Navy
vr tne Maline Corps have been
able to wipe the Mafia and the
Sintimates of big-time crime syndi.
cate :niefs- off strategic water-
ironts on which depends the na-
a Americas. Ition's very safety.
confidential That's pulling it mildly. There
vow is evidence that (some US.
appeer the naval office s have socialized with
these tough characters.
There is evidence too that some
marine privates so little under-
as opinions etood the nature of the hoodlums
Ihat they took a few bucks from
them daily ior pocket money to
look the other way while on guard
on vital piers-so the mobs could
run dice games Iearby.
Hospital Thus. for years, a handful of
nsforma- ;oons bts been able, in effect, to
iun U.S. property. They have been
able to slow down the loading of
wed their ammunition. They have been able
to decide who shall work on naval
piers. They have been able to
hose who charge longshoremen from $5 to
expressing $10 a day for the privilege of load.
There are ing ammo and other materiel
i mention bound for our key bases abroad.
For some eason there has been
organiza- no spotlight beamed on all this,
staff and which as been happening on the
n such a crowded Leonards Naval Base
he patient and piers at Earle. N.J.
ire paint-
it be in a No national spotlight despite
the fact that evidence is being pre-
sented thres, days a week in a
rown into hearing, room of the New York-
*ned upon New Jersey Bl-State Waterfront
walk one (omminnssion by William P. Sirign-
ed better, ano assistant counsel of the board.
He Is n'osecuting the former deck
boss, Out (Dolly) Wrelole, friend
ever any of the Mafia's Vto Geovese.
The spotlight must be focused
now. There is no time to wait.
vic Coun- This is the week when the Inter.
ed Cross. national Longshoremen's Assn. is
it may be trying to get back into the AFL,
from which it was bounced for
avin g almost as many hoods as
ted bowls 8 ng Ing.
that they
orks were There has been some Improve.
ven, when meontt o the waterfront. But so
native. I'lon as there are situations such
vent m ass s e one that exists at the Naval
observed Ease, the union is insulting the
oing sent eire u nation
a was not The union has not fought a situ-.
ment, the atioh where both the private load-
ing company and the Navy were
told that no one would work unless
d be con- "Dolly" Wreiole did all the hiring.
I enhance The men hired were expected to
Ining. get Into several crap games.
Witnesses have testified that
these dice gaime were run a few
feet fr'm the main 'gate of the
Navy waterfront installations. The
Wae_ thrie jalesfromt.w &

O0 look the other way and not
report or break up the game.
atient Some three to four years ago,
the men rode the three n1les fromI
t- he gatpie to tLe does on a special
I each train. There was a marie guard
on the train to keep order and
.00. prevent the men from sifoking in
*oe ammierSA TV*emeriho gtai
few mbuek ad A ton 9 C .
reer to sow down' the mtna uad
hep te .die arol aestid. roll.
offng tower y nure5 wa at it
-Inv e r. -tilmou.e^o = apeeMap
oabodsttidopd a g u the
WoRk building r An. t a Wtiter.
fost, In which- ol oe
were permitted t o
vate got a few' dollis too.
to orget the fact the r crap
gaaies went on inside.
After a while the mob was just
taken for granted as the boss of
he area. When one ex-convict, Joe
"The Bandit" Balsaso, rebelled,
orders were given for a valuable
SUingload of ammo to. be dumped
on him. The execution didan come
off. But everybody knew about it.
Nobody did anythie g about the
powers which could order such a
o. The union Local M began col.
letting 50 cents a day from all
workers on the piers without
authorization from the executive
council of the LhA. The local sim-
ply explained to its 300 members
t1at this was an assessment The
men pay or they don't work. ,^,
You'd think that all the officers
at least would abhor this, even if
,.hey 4idn't-fliht back. But there
m'Is oa eord auay. 1953 a ban-
Staet ia abt and gr owned by
the daughter of Mafia boss Vito
SGenovee wuIeh was attended by
the hoods, and .some Naval offi.

The restaurantt was jammed-
it $10 a tic,ret--ammed by all
those wno wanted to stay in favor
of the real rulers of our navy piers.
There they were in the company
cf Wrelole And Genovese, a man
frequently described as a "high
ranking leader of the national
crime syndicate." Since then, Navy
otficers have lunched with the
.ough crowd at the best reataur.
emts In the area.
ha- tenih irowd as a personal

1nous under
Mount to I
cutlly true

know what the eoncierg said. He
said ho, their ain't none.
That wa 'wheo I sent the last
teegram, a*d tdd, my Mrs. to
ad a bt. more rM a lo o man.
I am toe old to be. a a I ,
but there most be semnethb Itin
do to eke out a living Min rld.
Because (his time, friends I
really ain't going home. I ot Big
dogs, and da'I wan* them set on

Kitchen Kabinet

y Peter Edson
WASHINGTON (NEA) A| ds and butter. Water with an ap-
femininu "Kitchen Rabinet" to tell propriatio of several million dol.I
the housewives of America what lrs.
work is being done by President Beasod with a domestic sugar
Elenhower's .regular, all (but quota. Stir uatil thoroughly con-.
cne) male Cabinet s now being fused. Bake in the spotlight ofI
organized by the National Feder. publicity. Set aside to col. Ioeo
I.aon of Republiean Women. with foreign aid gravy, applied
This would seem to be just liberally. Sle* like baloney and
what's needed around here. There serve with shipping subsidy
.re so many things that need ex- cookies.
paining. The mew Department of But seriously, the big idea here
defense policy on censorship, for Is to get some prominent Repubi*
instance. Or the State Depart 'can woman to volunteer her serve.
-ient's polite ) n liberation. ices as an booorary, unpaid "Mad.
The rather cute press release hm Seeretary" for each depart.
announLtng his new political gim. meant ofxqvmment.
mick said that the Kitchen Kabinet She wm't exactly sit full time
would put out, "nutritious pot- in the office of the real Secretary,
Ical recipes to serve their friends or on his lap to spy on what he
and neighbors with a cup of cof- was doing. &e would just keep
fee." an touch.
This quote was attributed to It woudbe Mine. See's. -- care
Mrs. Carroll D. Keamrn, wife of ful to saeg that with a "c" and
the Pennsylvania Congressman not an X" It would be Mmn,
and president of the National Fed. -ec's. Job to keep herself informed
ration of Republier Women. on all the activities of "her" de.
"Monthly recipes," it said, would apartment. Then every month or
be made available by the Kitchen sc she would whip up one of these
Kabinet to keep the Republican recipes to let the housewives know
club women of Aa riea informed what's cooking.
(na "what's eoOkhl in Washing-
ton." The would be sent to the
This Is a meet intriguing idea. 4000 alo epubliean women'g
A sample recipe for Farm Policy clubs, have a total of _
Puddin2 pope int mid at once, 0(0 aM e each one of
Take several bushels of 'ecalk e t here would be a
surplus wheat. Gfad trough lex- ef local e. See. for eachk
native mill. Sft late bowl of pub- pa ritm Tgeaer they w
liU debate. Add slowly equal inake'ljMD ten abi
amounts of st-iple dry milk sol- if e te fun.
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Through thnse local Kitchen Kab-
LUets by word of mouth, over the
telephone or at tea parties, the
news would be spread around on
Ite accomplishments of the Re-
publeaas administration in Wash-
mingto. You can imagine a sam-
ple conversation:
Mrs. Smith "You know, dea,
I just got the grandest new month-
ly recipe from Mme. Attorney Ges-
eral in Washington today. Yes.
Shb told me that Congress had
fast pased H.R. 44. to amend
the act of m1 relating to instal.
lateion telephones in eertais
vbte resdences for Federal se.
Now 4o you suppose the govetrn-
met ot along without that 4e-
Mrs. Brown "Do teil."
There was some consideration
.first aboutt asking the actu
wives *- te real Cabinet.-ma.
ters to take these Kitchen Kab-
inet jobs. They'd certainly know
team ~snmd business betar than
he wedd, anyway.
Sat in the end it was decMe6"
to ask the real Cabinet wives to
serve only as advisers or conmdt-
1'to the Kitchen Kab ie
No eof these Kitchen ai
eras has been named as e It
|aay be a month or more
anae.nced. And ta..
wnn't start sending t.
t a what's

C yoa wait?

put out a w a a lw" huw
as SAM, an athe
pecigol Air i 0tie Ai
torce, which flem the7ver im
portent persons (O W from Con-
eu iand thb-:Cmb eaplaee
they want to so. -
Moreover, I iies them without
When GOP )ea. LBarr Oeldwa
,cr of Arizona wanted to go home
for the recent Easter holidays, he
didn't have to spend say time dr
money reaervmg seat a -e d.
lar, eommeri, a*r. 8A
flew him to Po bix and back
again to Washington in plush style
-for nothing .


co!simUrea inSpeKasr' enough to neglected to mentlod that
rate I free trip in a government were any dissents at all-an
plane, ranging from mayors to example of the increasing c.ealr -
governors, uga eelbriship nWashgton.
tens, news reporters, ihmbers of
Congress and Cabinet.uftur..The QUIWJLY MU81i
lights occaslonally amr 6r 'offi-
utal business,' but more o fte n Democrati Cong. Jame. I.
han not they are l ed for chael Quigley of'Pennsylvanaa
some Washington bigwig who is ports tat so far he has not re-
wo tight to pay commercial air- cei ed a request for. an rgdeul.
nie rates. lural year book from the sm 1
Congress is the chief bene4car farmer consttuent. In h dis*Urict,
of this unketing service, tough Dwight David Elsenhower, "How.
.ot all members are as ready to ever, I'm hoping to be called a
free load as Senator Goldwater. for a 'baby care' book anotherr
If a mentor or representative governmental beat seller) the ext
wants to spend a weer.end in his ftime the President has a s1 d.
district, or perhaps take his wife child, s -ays Quiey e .
:o a vacation, resort, all he has year-old ennlvna leilator i
to do is call SAM. t.ot disturbed by He fact that lk,
The phone number is Johnson 'Republica, will vote. a saist
29000. The caller gets faster ser. him in 198. "Two of my daugh.
ice if he happens to be a member .er, one 10 and the other 12 years
of the Appropriations Committee, id, campaigned against me in the
which doles out the money for the iast election," says QOuiGly lath-
Air Force, or the Armed Services er of five children. "She beonle4 I
Committee, but this isn't -necem-s. to a girls club that was oppoed
ar to the family moving from* Camp
sahe Air Force has. a number lI, Pa., to Washngtn. However,
of 8AM stations scattered through- after I was elected, t
iut the country for -the conven- thouqtfully reversed thisdeci
ience of VIP's at Bolling Field sn'"s
.n Washington, Pope Field, North
Carolina; Brooks Field, Texas PA NG AIL RPOT
Hamilten Field Californa, and G
Vifth Army Headquarters, Chi- 's unheard of for the publl to
fact, operation VIP has,- *get -a peelal presidential report
r e one thmajor time ahead of the President, himself.
come one of the imorpeaetme Yet that's exactly what happened
isulons of the Air Force andr connection with the controver
uns mlions of dollars, But cabinet report on transportso
don't try to hitch a ride with SAM Cabinet report on transpo
unless you happen to be very It demonstrates the lengths Ike'a
important person. That elite cate.-eubordinates wiU so to manhii
Sorry doesn't take in average tax. subordnales will go to maL himeo-
payers, who merely foot the bill.appear aloof fe report, heaviL con-
BROWNU.' CENSOSHI ted in favor of the railroads,
was delivered to the press byS
es i e e tary of Commerce Weels who
Here's another example of c took pains to stress that the a
s.rmhip under the Eisenhower ad- dA nt has not 'set I t.
ministration. This time it was put us if theprorUroad m.
across by Attorney General. Brown. mendaiionh are too raw foLthe
a "_.. _---.. -_ pcbli- to dioes Ike can ._d

poratlom atto:4ays wloqwrt" .thQ
-inbob y room.
Thouf th'eommltte was .load
ed with carportt ttrneys,
irownell also' aed 'evral re
spected economists and jrofessors.
The minority pon were either
mutilated or igored altogether.
La fact. the public got the impres-
non there was little, if any, di
SYale University's distinguished
law professor, Eugene V. ostow,
was so Indignant at this censor-
ship that he sent Brownell a per-
sonal telegram, complaining: "I
must vehemently protest recent
attempts. interfere with the
eight of members of the attorney
general's antitrust committee to
express dissent in their own lan-
guage .nd form. I regard this pol-
1y asm not, only unprecedented in
the rocedureof public bodies and
unwise in itself, ut a breach of
flith so far as the committee is
Rostow followed up his wire with
a stinging letter to antitrust boss
Mnler Barnes, co chairman of
tit attorney general' committee.
"To me," wrote Rostow. "the
right to dissent means the right to
dissent-not with the permission
of the majority, or in a mode and
form prescribed by the majority,
but an absolute right to state in-
dividual views in one's own lan-
gage, whatever the consequences.
J can never rcocede that anyone
--and certain not the very party
with whom I am differing-has
the power to determine the style,
content or form of my dissent.
"Your rulp would give one lgw-
yer the power to censor his oppo-
nmt's brief added Rostow. 'The
eight. to dissent imples-ndeed
presumPtively suggests-The right
to be wrong. Itclearly includes
the cosstituonal and natural-law
right to make a damned fool oi
oneself. any event, right or
motg, I insist tat only the dis-
senter can decide what to say in
.4! own dis-nt.L
S eotr committee member, law
Louis B. Schwarts of
SUalversity, angrily
mlnority opinion at
ePn ,as
uL# talala has t

-51WW lea. aufA omqu^ .w -
Yet the as de Ide stoy a th1aIh
President, hai msetf, pemonaf t;
turned over a pro-railroad ,e.o,
ment to his *edes and ordered
them to study it. This coltums
revealed last October how geial
iU Fanricy, effective head of the
Associat'n of American RAllroads.
played goff wth Ike and Ilter get
5;ory. The recent asked Friy
Io put his recommendations
This was e document the document the Pe
identturnea5 over to his subordin-
ates. This column even bblished
Like's prmtoe aote to White Hgus
de Gabriet Hauge, ordering a
im study. YqtSecretary eat Com-
trce Weakotave the ImpreMslao
tFfihewienb that the President reo
mf ined in blissful orange.

Plan To Speed Up-

Gifts To Red-Held

Amerkians Delayed
A plan for speedy dealvery gift
from home to 44 American held
captive in Red -China ran iuto a
two-week delay today. s
The Chinese Commnunist IRe
Cross asked the American R e d
Cost put off start of the plan
from May 5 to May 30.
The Reds also ruled that's t
gifts must be limited to L. pounds
instead of the -pound paokgsl
Qhich %iere standard for prrisbner
of-war paresis in World War. IL.
The a'American Red Cross had
announced opiy yesterday t K a t
the Commurista had agreed, aft-
er two months o fnegotlatlbs, to
toe new program for getting gifts
to the U.S. prisoners.
It said then the new dellverZ
program would begin& May, I -

Under t e rev x, a il l
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MADRID This is getting to
be like the Perils of Pauline, and
how I know I am divorced, be.
cause what wife is going to believe
that I just drove in from Lisbon,
Portugal, to Madrid, Spain, in a
taxi, when Iam supposed to be
coming home from Amsterdam the
short way? Not to mention that
innocent week end in Paris.
Well, I won't have anybody else
to talk to if i do get to Barcelone.
60 I might as well tell you. My
friend Charlie and my friend
q org ep ie to tuck me into the
lear tin Paris. and We had a car
aid CHarlie bought a cold fried
chicken in case we needed any
nourishment on the way out ot
f h fiel Or
arvatlon for this
year In Eurupe had found me a
seat on a plane for Madrid. When
we got there we looked in vain for
the airline, and then I said, "Ah,
no." Because that hunter's sixth
a"s told me that there wasn't
golt to be any plane, because in
the next half hour that plane wasi
going to be leaving from Le Bour.
et. And Le Bourget is a good
"ur, maybe more, IM other way
trom Orly.
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So we ate the fried chicken and it takes a Super Constellation
we went up and asked, tearfully, three hLurs and a bit to make the
what anybody had going anywhere, direct flight
and Air Frrnce said they had a We tied the meter down and
nice line of seats for Lisb For settled on the approximate cost of
tugal, and that maybe if talIgs Ihe taxi asa fee, and this. dear
didn't work out from Lisbhen I diary, is ho I come to know so
could buy a passage to America much ol the spanlsh and Portu-
and maybe f'y Into Madrid vie guess countryside. The driver did
New York. not smoke and we ran out of both
So that, dear diary, is how I cigarettes anu money, as well as
wound up in Lisbon, in a new matches. I had to borrow freely
hangar in te Hotel'Avis, and seat from the hotel manager in Ma-
the next telegram. drid, because the cabbie would-
But it came to pass that you .At let the bags go until he had
couldn't get from Portugal to his fee.
Spain by plane or train, because It was lato when I crawled, a
of Ry Week and the feria in beaten man, into the sack, but 1
Sevlla-a4,uthpre wasn't eanrtxJi i klew that tomorrow somebody


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0GNCiNBy C4t0-'" Tons Of Rock Pin, Teacher

I In Cavern For Eight Hours

W GLASGOW Ky., May 9 (UP) As Fancher and the 'bo were
Al'co= hAngelo rancher, 43. aschoo I- 'eavng e cave, the teacher top-
said today It I .4'. Teacher with a penchant for ex- ped aboSt8 feet from hte 20-inch
eut ap 'y-and II JIa p oring caves was fightin for his square o to chip away
fbIW^atf3= ,"h ii .Me to day after beg2neby stailaetestoneo n
level II tons of roks for more tan eight hanging from the cave roof.
and ai_ sw I ,1 I i.I IJ hours m a cavern near here. The poundmg on the roof loosed
noI t .t tr l The Center, Ky., h School a slide which struck Fancer in
The u d t l --principa' was aralyed from the the back and pnned him to the
on red-, < a- "Indomb^ :e a n -waist down th a broken back cavera floorwith his neeM against

The reconmc a e amount of moey available lt"om,.l rocks he was fee t ra
fre the f ci ority ate'ould to t -lu when hauled from the small the ex- U t an ee p
nilttee a1 ^* A C m vice Saturday evening by a cour. The A cre ded by c he

2nonr l dey a ut--iofit. The coitem9e tax, -d.cti transfer e Vanerblt CiA. houston was calsed from
me and a r b ona n at Nshvile, Ten lte Sat Mammoth Cavesa mane 0 miles
hen ed a--hol t..- .-aem i ceflidr Mary Fancher twice des- crystal cave, also volunteered his
.. ve -lgicnff the ma-cl ld' S^ rB ieended "to the cavern during the services..
The ese- ,d ,,icm coom- raamh t a th th op rescue Praton to cheer h e r Themen shored up the crumb.
nithe resam r tt a t ama hhat a' oar husband who was complaining of ling wals of the cavern and lifted
smart eon miderMg ao dtredoemtes h d al the severe pains in hs back. the tons of rock with he aid of
wh-ehlmay -aeThne Te- .cahg tx, eres I .... 5 t Dr. L. P. se mberton, an Edmon- hydraulic j a c k s. They finally
td ot 5ta deth actual sh wichcoe the w ba.n Pp hyican adminismtered brought Facher to the surface
reduction t be madeffeec- government from the pubic and edatives to the h twrcken nBan and alter four hours of sweating, g labor
tive, nor how large each type of paid out by the government to tried to determine the extent of
out or eth toa eat sd oeul ae. the pbie. cThe commtt raidt lar-- m e s loruriesedhile- th rth
Is "a better indicator of the 1m- .oke Iu them. Acr JH an AU miVllI
Th committee said the' legal ct that federal financial opera.- hs-urbewhile s ain r a n't
it on the national det have on IndivIduals." Tancher and a student, T mmya F a
w, i" no. aa ia. t i IIffres spent theen tirehmorn 6 r
he ,eahent pOpe more',.,- ea.., cI-..-i'"""'l' l ing Salurdav crawling through rodLev
,,, are.... r.I. -- .-- two caves in northern Metca 0 G rA ce
e avendeee a s lowI for the C -.ounty near Mammoth Cave Na-O .r Kell
raesducton ann to~e sec i in m hp u a 'Don't ow itd pop-twe wast it tuo sgnlrow so we can ioa rional Park and Sand Ca e t-e in.
tie, .andgo mn investment ouselves adtsdeter.i" whiht efamxhueFloyd ns CANt May 9 ()-French
tE 3---,m-* a- B e ine IIcitoofM e .. .. died 30 year d ther a similar actor Jean Pierre Aumont took
ge n the-bt h ....d -- roa e trapp him. fond leave of American actress
anE ""| t~ / i U a m U I Grace. Kelly last night and
with swab eput its tax cut ECOtwoNeeWSavesinnorthernMetIf'
pr.e as t esor: t Civi or au e RELEASElo lala train for Paris. off
ouaa o m f taa. nDon'timogItrppop-ewantIt-non to- row- | st. action but he stayed a-
come taa and excle taxes, tax.l -- -- I f bout 10 minutes beforehand In
a on corporation ItaeIe fromI Eleven members of Intermedl-i T t T I her hotel suite.
foremu e ourpeu, capital uains tax-. SrorTIt att Or scout Troo 60 of g-1 i i I / Aumont'y weekend or squirins
om, oslctuaesns W oe r nm boa, met in a Court of. Awas. Fine .rnuE mad, of Miss Kelly was the sensation of
to e such as l esme taes i house recently. f- THURSDAY l2 |l aman re. Fesiv, especially after o
,n dividends. ad taxes, ont ri "**Int-a*th***. b ee that troop members had it Bedroom, Dinna. Boom and told reporters yesterday, "I adore
corporate dividnds. C T Cr. eaed during the year were a- WARNER BROS. ving o Se. h e added any man would b
The committee also said inter- .. I .I P os |de Madera, A. prouH and happy to marryd
est from future issues of state On industrialat recent id peia awards devised the t Grace. What I am saying Is on
and lceal securities should e t that anything conceived of by I te "lS wre-divenb to d my own respona lty. se is a
d by the federal ogwaient, be. mind of man can be aeved the Ie were-en to D m ak Ae. ad my o nderful woman. But whes ther
cause "exemption of this interest n time by science. Certaly, the tcoh eay Flowel a te P1.m 1 the feelings are reciprocal Is up
provid-a haven for funds % well-at decade has seen the deve .to .iey have neld. in th a l p. to her to a"
o individuals." ne omi me of many marvelous roducs troop. The troop voted Eve Els- i her to say
member said this is not the time that would have seemed mpossi en.nana an award based on her
for suh taxaton, and two" oers ble as recently as 25 _years a-o. p_ lnri_ I.n addyaon,_"ay| drgm
caed ommittee lan "n. The unprecedented o of Fwer received the urved BarUNLINER CONERTIBLE. Lih
wise." on be poured into ascien- the highest rank of Intermedi- I DELMER DAVr Green Pint. Radio, FOM. Excellent Mechani-
fie Tndustria research ea bound to ate clouting, ahya Ri R BOL I li "' ROOM St He addd ""' any m "anw ould|
The committee gave many rea- have an impact on investment cal condition. New Top. A dry season Special.
sons for individual income tax Acord f, I should like to de. For the past two years this |. J V Full Price n500d 00 I
cuts, and for bigger cuts in the vot es and suceedno articles tro0p has met under the leader- | "^/** ^-1 I -" "v" -
higher brackets. to a disculon of one our new. p of Mrs. Harold Griff n. De-- COLPAN MOTORS Tae 2-1033 2h as 2-10ns I
High tax rates, at any level of eat and mot rapidly expanding spte Illness, Mrs. Griffin has ShRJyoLL, |
income, lntdre with the proper industries, eIectronu. liven generously of her knowl- 1 | ,
funioin on ie natlou'f eouo-. Many of yen, like myself areledg of Panamanian crafts andfl | m V -, II ,
my whIl depends on "moneteay doubtless a bt etfused a, to ex. household arts. She has an- f.. ""', *" Ili
rewards" to make people work aly what the electrois ndus-nounced with regret, her decl-e _
and invest, the said. tYeomptses. I have n ousd It e idn to retire from Troop lead-l|
These rewards are Blade less to take a qulak backward erahip. A
traudct sa i asm t argend .partuo t es ai hav course of our eco-

or salio mal bualarge. r te a, o sr inci so 2 yearago in.g ~t l -
a pally rai eis to be taken thea e imlemnts wee developed.At a farewe cry the t p

.... ....... oe nm a and, latr, e oeturGity p tro-i a -g. f fe o Ie Radio ,OExelnMchi
areater d~dena or Interest from mi i ou e of -weru. 4entln p

a TbcoMei. gave m any _- The -dutral revo ten' h ad dl o olNe ITo AdrIesnScil
utnsa a ufor igstenrtAssn th te anyd thue mei- es er te lea___ Nr..--lPri- .0.....

.- Wea no the t
0Elects Presb.dent *e.e' ee- i"i I
..enbae. aH business. T iie age. When the A.lomb nthe1llh i in2I

Vund Prestment a on ada aons, a nted worns "I
o dIcrIinate against the veOaot rime s new ,a ourd e of pi en
ifcInmedAnthgitch are roperind thee Itmliecens.were dveoprednl.

smith were eleStd posient and ainewde, the average tritn pe r "i cfad
rewads"to ak eT h IndstrlevouIon'adu
BHSvice president, respec s. timely, of the en now fs it hae to ra

Student As.oation of Balboa High the immense sip0gifalen'of m.nwnI t he cien
School for ext year man' growth control cthe elecr -ii
Campaign speeches were gir ece. Alen B. Duon president
e_ by the opposing candidates to of DuMont Lbatories, defnes wor dm l l I
pe r Pe idetcy were: trolUo co unicatio e ara- sed. The roomy body mounted on a

mer. Competing for vi c yat w treats of D r mI F In ut. 7 ad ot

" -?7-mm th s dn behor a effect oI EA E I i,"intnt. mah thoem a the h--he-
son and ,Roae Smith. at eea n a t d priced cartatm e _r repi y rsesnctne-way
.e..r t nray tubes, ad the ke." e s t A front faowtate-faahiod marine
Pe rt O of tebaeam-, Sooe th more l.r elee- I And a PonA-whh mn topmot
i.*y an a. d M. R.., |. w|* rehab hty, triftand eale Value.
m pster a nd cvhs e e rt amphi s. D o Uteu .- W niA 11e -t-
opilesn of the candidates tan at ylvanoia Electrie effiien

e y. a .fell images that electrondes is a e
s.tudent. Among teend idat. bushiese todaecand n t cy 1NTT H T | S HIt's lUsily. .:..o E1,* 0."u.v.-,I t is horsenwpossi e to i ul
bon of l atWe5esn. Ew yeIt, a.i-c-pien"
Tae a m rgp to j or Next week we wl look at somel I
Vie P fd 's au review 'A Star is Born i


BALBOA 6:75 8:45 DIAMW 6:15 : are reviewed.. S

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'a-Us Record Shop: Jill Corey
siled up to say. "Well, I didn't'
on my face." The cute and'
rented Columbia thrush made
o New York night club debut at'
Blue Angel, and was a big,
t4nash. She bad the audience with
h fr from the start and lived up tol
ato promise her friends expected.!
in a haze during the,
Itrst .show," she said. "But I knew,
San ri nL during the second
siow I could see the people
Willing It as more fun than I|efti Jl rey
Npected, especially since I didn't NeMI ief Jl JlCorey
lsil on ay, face
' "But nervous! Wow! You should A Few Fai Facts: Toni Arden
hieve seen me trying to get hlas signed with RCA, and perhaps
dressed" 'the change will be good lor her.
,No comment. Here's gal who can sing with the
S--- lst of them. buth as never had a
. About three ears ago, Neal Heftl .Lit Decca has assigned poet-
formed his own band. He lost $22,- anthologist Louis Unterwueyer to
D00 in six months. And so he fig- wRite the official biography of
t-es he's experienced enough to Guy Lombardo for promotional
form another. band. Which he has use Pearl Bailey may be heading for a switch )n labels .
here'ss big difference between Speaking of switching, Bernice
Hefti bands i and 2. The present Parks (wh.. Just joined Coral)
iroup tias got itself a record can- says record d stars are like ball
tract (with Epic) whioh helps, players a change of scenery
Today, too, Hefti thinks is a bet- may be a help."
ser time for bands than three -
%ears back. And. third and most
important, he learned a lot from Dick's Picks: A hit from "Damn
iMs bitter experience. Yankees" The Voices of Walter
"I learned that a band is a busa. Sehumann (RCA) do the sprintly
5sas," 'e said. "It's not 5 mni "Shoeless Jue from Hansibal
ea p icnie." Ilo." Others: "Rollin' Stone"
The toughest part of forming (The Fontane Sisters, Dot); "Won-
his new band, lefti say. was derful Words" (Betty Madigan,
finding good muieias wXo bad MGM), "World Wary" (Pearl Ball-
*the right attitude." ey, Coral); "Rich In Love" (Tom.
"I needed men who were still my Morton, Unique); "I Don't See
well upstairs," he asa s. "Men who Me In Your Ryes Anymore" (Son.
didn't drink too much or take nar- ny Graham, RCA); "Why Does q
fotics and also men who were woman Cry"' (Bob Jazon, Ca-
willing to play commercial music dence) "A Man Called Peter"
fitead of progressive stuff." (Bill Farrell Mercury) "Echo
. He thinks he's fouad them. To Tango" (Milt Herth and His Trio,
Judge yourself, listen to their first MGM).

!pIc. "Buttercup" and
Nocturne." Or maybe
the band on its first
mostly college proms

'll be able to "visit" Wi'th
a a tahe come by, $omae.
ie couldut do with a tram-.
as math.
WToro Hefti's been noted
as an arranger. In fact he
that he joined bands led by
y Barnet, Charley Spivak
oody Herenan "just to get
band so I could arrange"
ide some famous Herman
smenta ad, lately, ih'

Albums by some pop record fa-
vorites Capitol has "Les and
Mary" (Paul and Ford of course);
Decca has "Starring dammy Dav-
is, Jr."- there are some great
Frank. inatra songs on "In the
Wee S8ial Hours" (Capitol); the Matt Dennis
sings "She. Dances Overhead" on
RCA's magnificent "SO Years of
Great Operatic Singing" heads the
claaslcal list. This is five records,
each covering a decade of opera
at work. They're bound with in-
tereatinc text and pictures, and,
Lovered'with a beautWul red moire
rayon satin cover, Anl has two
vore La Scala oper re rndialg
--"I Pagliacci" and L Fora Del

feuunssee Ernie (CBS-RadJo):
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if you want me to ride around with you. I'll tell you how
S ... I used to get new customers!"

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Ru MINAtWTs.R ,Wi thl President Jisen-
deted-to ai Primt .rlf n _. o un. the rme
At geture of thanks ia- of Merit, was'
tous aodlt" tow*ar e cause of .p9ke. Also shown are.
i; Vice Ple sident R Nd jlxom bTlqd, Prime Minister);.

b8eta&ry of
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Prfbde ITwin Out Of Coma

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CHICAGO, Why & (UP)- Roid-
ney DOe .Brde, survivor' of an
operation thatpsrated him from
Lt'I SRer twin brother, came
,ut of 4 JShour -coma- yesterday
but d:et 4 h'e still I, "ve-
Iy MOW" condito-. .. .
Th.iyeatr-oid boy retogoited
his 5aidejift WMS stiffl too ltek
to tB to them? a hbbapital 'sjk-
csman Qad. '
sed '6s.-etr, Roy Brodle,
Ilrougebt boy's mother he r e
from th, (arm home for a few
hours. didn't stay' lag be-
fore re y usag hawe but she got
Seal othet's Day present-Ser
oon rae aesoliStSud t o-
Co h.' e
ottem- said the brain'. lmer-
rhsgel hat put ROdaB hick 1i
tMhotpital after. tteft!ma teba
*ao yeats of Almostilracul 0, 5
,arvnvai may have ed. ut
they laid elm boy's condition steM
was grave..

WaK Fears Yaks

Hides For, ItY

Memorial serMncw wi~ bahelA
it 10 o'clock 'turaday
tt the OWoal
ror Mrs. Am% DO
whose ab''re
fo t*

tee al
'ey W _-dq Ir home for
,at vera l years, .
Mri w4 Ohison were
Sll fon a ithmt u and
ld ed in the anal Zone
'r aJ419t 40 years betoro bis
, atlrpt i An wA 19r1. He was.
emipl"ap ,moet.of that time
at ora n Otal were h was
xepw 'asitant for several
year fore eving the serve
Mrs hlhoh. wa"ktdne tiUe'
employed' -. a-n a re-tst Aeen
,now orgsa) Hoapltal.-She was
born"* iA UM .OWeRt va.
and -pme to th hmus aur-
ing th early Can! construOctl
da '. ..
d e rces Thfrady morn-
Ini will M calueted by the
Ve Rey.v. p "d MacDo-
'14, Dn. f St. Luke,'s Cate-
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& A
Tip o Women: Avoid These

w w rn rnmmt mw u laues
S-- 's-a iisltke for any woman-.
To make her husband 1lok fol-.
Doctors at the University f tll-. is jua to hud herself
hnois' Research and Educational the cam, praeUtal, always right
hospitall, where Rodney was ep- member ofthe family.
rated from his brother Roger
Lee 29 months ago, could not. x To do so much talking about
plain 'e hemorrhage. the SIpraty of her ildren
The, Brodles noticed last wqek that' otrs start looking for.their
the boy was becoming lethargic flaws and shortcomings, and are
and experiencing difficulty i mov- delighted when they find sO e.
big as.mtd. '-'s fathi' brought
him to the hospital T u e's d a y. To low. rate her in-laws when
Tnursd.y night he went into -eon- Ehe i talking to,e'en. her closest
vulsions. Early Friday -e went friends. After all, if her husband
into a coma. i-as such aP awful family peopip
An explore story operation dis- will, wond how he can beD me
closed bleeding inside the brain. better
The hospital said. "there wps no
apparent injury that could have To answer questions directed to
caused this condition." her husband or jump in, to cor-
Treatment included drainage of rect him wnen be doing the
the hemorrhage blood aind replae- talking.
meut of thi lost blood by trans-
fusion. Don't Be "Secret" Teller
Rodney was the first known To talk "poor mouth" no mat-
Siamese gwin ever to win letr ho much she is having to
chance at normal life after such swonomi.e,
an operation.
Roaney and Roger shared a To repeat to her husband the
common vein in the brain. Doe things her wcmen friends tell her
tors studies their case for mouths in confidence. That is not only un.
before begiming the operate i o a. fair to the wamen she has prom.
During the asurry, which lasted will give her husband the idea she
yuore ihan 2 hUtrs, It was deter, will give her husband the ideashe
mined that singe Rodney had the can't kep a secret and he may
.lap portion of the vein to give be hesitant about trusting her with
1mM to hit.;., oy of his own.-
"crecovered eosF-
W s daeyslater. To' be sry MHat she is right,
s0s y ndIa .ntbrvWd whenever her husband is reluc-
:id 0'4. to. 'to0 ant to go a ong with one of her
t M as. It may be 'true i soap
A.o.pera lat t we wife alw ys knows
.' ,' ..' Panp? Pixt- always be

st tj.9am.tuhw4;eM Aetd
l idn moOtways 3 ated I ke an toi l iAr'ftra thatdb t er
ordinary healthy t -t. will upset him. For that the
His mother, Marjorie is a for- surest way in the world to turn
mer nurse and her training help- the father o? the 'family idto an
ed equip her for the therapy that outsider.
doctors prescribed.

1951 PONTIAC CqNVERTISLE. Yellow .BodyBlock
S p. Radie, new tires, excellent mihanical
.. condition. F,. W ice $950.00.
S&Tels. 3-19m 1-u35 s-lg0


r f lr~ ted unless Y" ed.
S l a friend, wh" h
-4d -3 3- SUCh suspitBio& -edi
c &aial children in the -,
rid of air months.'- Hel
didn't realize that he'd woii uT -
I ..e- nighz when. bedtia iter-
r ptud' the T..V rogranim e ad
oup ere watching.
Sof is. boys, in
Smbtt'ilaxla red for p'rnidn to
We |hprof am throue He're-
fam rf yow bat a -Oa
Bymi No y wemed it de-
kibioA 'r t nobody fought it- ex-
eept thn neivcomer.
Up. c the dormitory' this child
begam 4e curse my friend. Wheft
he stopped. to get his breath, mny
lad said pleasantly,. "Bymie
ba',-spea .La mother jor.a. yer.
She fromWis to be here today
at th* o'clock. She didn't eome.
That a idm't hapen to you today.
But j why you're up here and
HymaWs downstairs until the and
o Athe aow "
TRE? E was a moment's silence.
Then 'eVery child in the room
turned on the rewcomer. "See?"
they yelled at him. "Mr. Hill had
a reamn! He's always got a tea-
ronea Why coaldn'tyou wait to hear
'us reason, *ou dumb jerk?"
The bWys who had lived with my
tend !or si9 months trusted his

tonsideiation of oHymle because
each in his turn had himself re-
ceived UJe sae kid :of considera-
This story may be helpful to a
certain Mrs. W. Apepariy, she's
"got the Idea that ean. win her
three-year oL ason's reapet Jy de-
nying any respect t her five-
year-old daughter.
Her Lusband "says le insists on
eundoning this little rothr's ag-
pressive atta*'ka t h slater and
her property. Mr. W. writes, "My
wife says that the boy is too yuang
to respect his sister ...."
Mrs. W. isn't too young to res-
-pet her. My frlead's i I c a al
t'oungstkrst rusted bhI respect for
another child after ,knowing him
ix months. Mrs. W.'s little boy
.ijs knows ner. three years. If he
doesn't trus' her respect for his
sisterr new. jt'q time he. began to
learn to
Mrs. W. Is fooling herself. We
:do not .win. cnldren's affection by
fdvoring one at the costo f anoth-
Ar. Always, the child 'who seqms
to be profiting by our lnjqstice will
be the very one to despise it most.
Children art-ruthlessly mo r a I
people. The younger they are, the
Leader they are to fool The ag-
ressiverness of this little brother
is contempt for the authority that
operates. not on the moral prin-
ciple of impartial justice, but on
;.eronal motives of fear and pri-
.vate prejudices.
No wonder he's belligerent. He
doesn't trust what he's getting.

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See it at your CHEVROLET DEALER.
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arewell banquet on Batur-
ing, concluded the Amerl-
ety of Travel Agent
0Are at the Hotel El Pan-
M.' Hill, president of the
Eastern Chapter of ASTA,
speech thanking the many
responsible for making
t successful, announced
the 50 delegates conald-
the Panama conven-
lad been "the finest yet."
4ed the cooperation af-
the visitors by President
his cabinet, high officials
.aUlaeusmen of Panama
t'awepovernor-of the Canal
fa tary personnel.
otasu delegates Hill
J e3 Cn n tngham,
of the hotel, with an
'2esk lack "as a token
for t e splendid Job
4O ate and the fine service
l ftv dered to Us."
who iMd not return
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household ALCOOCS ANONYMOUS Miscellaneous
HouseoldBOX 2091 ANCON, C.Z.
FOR SALE:- -piee maho- SALE
gny lnrooms ithnsmel FOR SALE WANTED:-Day bed mattess
coffee table. $70.00, House sie 30"074". Must be in vry
2396-0. Cocell. Automobiles good condition. Phoae Belbee
FOR SALE:-Boby crib & mot- TALLER BAXTER
trss. Beat and outboard motor. Next to "El Rancho"
Prithom, Criteobal 2480. 1954 Plymouth 2-door, excel- LESSONS
OR lent shape. $1400.00. 1949 LE
FOR SALE: Bpy carriqeg Buick Convt., $525.00. 1948
with plastic mattress, converts Hudson, 2-door. $380.00. All MAKE piano playing your bll
to troer or bintte, very have radios. G.R. "Dick" Heath by. Short nterestin course in
good condition. $12.00. Balboa Phoe 2-253. popular or classical music, for
3211 Empire St. Tl. 2-1281. "" children or adults. Zes Bennett,
-FOR SALE:-Wetingho -- FOR SALE-1954 Dodge Kings. Tel. 2-1282.
FOR SALE:-Wstinghouse re-Cutom. Co rcil utli
diophono Console, with 3 speed w usto. Commercial utility,
automatic record changer, r. Coco C.Z.
built, refinished in excellent FOR SALE.-1954 Ford Cu.- Wanted to Buy
condition. $150.00.- Holman. tomline. like now. radio, extras,
S, A., Vie Espele No. 1. duty paid $1775.00. Call Pan- 50 AUTOM6BILES
FOR SALE: I Crosey radio- rma 3-2356 after 6 p.m. URGENTLY NEEDED
phone Console- with 3 speed FOR SALE-1953 Pontiac, very WANTED TO BUY al late
automatic record changer, re- good condition, very reasonable. model automobiles Fordk
built. refinkhed, in excellent Call 25-3679. Plymouths, Chev roles, Mer-
condition. $150.00. Holman, S. FOR SALE:-1954 Ford Main- C6dlloc. We pay cash on r
A.. Via Espell No. 1. line V- New W/S tires and spot. AUTOS EISENMAN (be-
FOR SALEi KM metal bed with radio. Con be seen at House No. side Coco Cole Plant). Tel. 2-
soning and mattress, $19.00. 5343-B. Diablo. Phone 2-2645. 2616-2-4966, Paname.
QM metal dresser. 3-drrwr I
with mirror. $11.50. Call Eel- G Id Doubt
D.a- 50." GOP Solons Predid Veto, Doubt
FOR SALE:- Mahogany living
room set. almost new. Also Sim-
R.:*T.e:lephone2.-:2890. Doubt Farm Bill W ill Pass Senate
FOR SALE.-Washing machine. B -
Easy spin dry. 3 years old. Pr- WASHINGTON, May 9 (UP)- presumably the farm bill will be
feet condition. Phone Blboa Agriculture secretary E z r a T. the top point of interest.
3635 or cell at House 6443, Benson said yesterday he is "rea- CIO President Walter Reuther
Los Rios. sonably sure" President Eisenhow- appeared bptore the House Agri-
FOR SAI.F:- Baby crib and cr will veto the House-passed Dem culture Cowmittee in February to
Fnelish bike. nlmos now. Call tccratic farnr bill in the unlikely support rigid farm price supports.
3aloe 2-2815, House 2316. extent ite ver reaches the White The committee subsequently vot.
SHouse. zn to throw out the administra.
enate Republican Leader Wil- i on flexible support policy in fav.
lism F. Knowland (Calif. also r of the rigid Democratic plan.
T7fB o predicted a veto of the bill to re- The legislation, which passed
0,B o o kS store high rigid government price the Horse 206 to 20, would re-
controls on basic crops. But like store price supports on wheat,
Benson he doubted "very much" corn, cotton, rice and peanuts to
the House bill "could pass the a rigid 90 r cent of "fair price"
"The Panama Canal, a Por- Senate." parity. Under the administration's
tralt, of the Funnel for World Chairman Allen J. Ellender (D- flexible program, support for this
Commerce,".which was prepared La) of the Senate Agriculture Com- year's crops range from 82% to
recently y n connection with the mittee has indicated he does not 80 per cent of parity. Next year
repaint by Gov. John 8. even plan to hold hearings on the the range is from 75 to 00 per
ore t Committep bill unless comntee Lember. ov- cent.
mIst Plsand erride him. Thus, if Ellender had Benson said the CIO kttloa msy
I!, Ga.Ho er bis wa), thb' bil would .not 6are have been "an effort ... to tie
h -31, 195, is a- reach the Sate floor. up with the Democratic leader-
m=n. the books placed in ircu- Several senators, including A. ship." He added, however, that
latlon during the past week by Z. Mike Monreony (D-Okle.) said, he does not believe any labor -
the Panama Cana Library. however, they are determined to farmer alliance is "going to hold."
The complete list of new books fight for the bill.
and their authors announced by Benson, appearing on the CBS The secretary said he believes
the Library this week follwas: television program "Face the Na- the issue of flexible vs. r I g i'd
Non-fiction Song of the tion," announced CIO had a "po- price supports has been "emphas-
Sky, Murchie; The Executive at litical motive" at heart rather lzed far beyond its importance re-
Work Copeland; Construction than a "deep interest in the wel- latively He pointed out that less H
Methods and Machinery, Kel- fare of the farmer." tnan pse fourth of the farm in. C
log; The Modern Renaissance In Benson has an appointment with somes from he sic crops are
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Ameriucan Alt, rpraonp; Thuc ri-
vate Diaries of Stendhal, Beyle;
The coming of the Revolution,
1763-1775, Gipson.
. Added to the Panama Collec-
tion The Panama Canal; a
Portrait of the Funnel for World

Panama Republic Periodi-1
cal Articles Latin America,
Today; our Recent Trip to Latin.
American Countries, Nixon.
Fiction Sincerely, Wallis
Wayde, Marquand; Corbmandell,
Masters; boujour Tristesse,
Quoirez; The Healer, Slaughter;
The Day of the Dead, Splier;
and Castles in the Sand, Stone.

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modern furnmad apartment, I.
2 bedrooms, hat, old wetsr.
Phone Poneme 3-4941.
FOR RENT:-FumrIhed Jd mu.
furnished 2 end 4-ra, modem
apertmonts. Co-toet ALHAM-

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Phone 1386 Cole..
FOR RENT: Two bedroom e-
partment with poech, living
room, kitchen and geroge, in
San Francisco. Posee Cimuients-
norie No. 68.
FOR RENT:-2 badoeem apart-
ment unfurnished. 58-9th St.,
San Francisco. Col Cooper 6-

FOR RENT: Cool bedroom.
living room dinette, kitchen.
Next street from 4th July Ave.
Calla Darien No. 8.
FOR RENT: Unfurnished e-
partment 13th St. Nft 21, San

FOR RENT--Meodm furnished
2 bedroom apartment. Hot wa-
ter, screed, meet desirable
residential district. Phone Pan-
ama 3-1101 during working
houri. 3-4157 oft. 6 p.m. for

FOR RENT-Smell. apartment
nicely furnished for couple or
lady. 46th St. No. 45, finst floor

FOR RENT:-Furnished apert-
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Very cool. all screened. Phone

FOR RENT.-Comfortable cool
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For Chartes Habir

omonrow At 2:30 '
Funeral services will be held at
he Corozal cemetery chapel at
:30 p.m. tomorrow for charles
[air, employee of the Balboa
Commissary who died Friday
night at Gorgas Hospital. He was
6 years old.

Burial will follow at the Coro-
mal cemetery.
Mr. Hair, a native of Lancas-
ter County, B.C., came to the
Isthmus In 1937 with the Army.
He was first employed by the
Canal organization in December
1940, following his separation
from the service, and w a Us-
signed to Pedro Miguel dispea-
sary as a dresser.
During his subsequent service
he was employed by several ca-
nal units. At the time of his
death he was a commissary as-
sistant assigned to the cold stor-
age platform at the Balboa ComA-
He is survived by his wife au
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Speeding Fugitives

Crash blo Moat

Of Tower Of London
LONDON, May 9 (UP)- A
high-speed chase through 10
miles of' deserted streets ended
early today with the capture of
four men In the dry moat of the
storied Tower of London where
Britain's priceless Crown Jewels
are kept.
Tower guards turned out half-
clad to help police round up thir
four men who had failed to
shake off their pursuers in the
siren-shrieking and tire-squeal-.
ing race through this sleeping
Thirteen police cars were
strung out behind the fugitives'
stolen automobile when It made
too Isarp a tur and skidded
Into the'iron railimngssrround-
Ing the Tower.
The four uen leaped from the
ear, clambered over the fence
and took cover.. .
The sound of the crash and
ed Tower guards who imme-
diately switched on powerful
floodlights command Ing the
Reserve guards jumped out of
their beds and charged through
the dank corridors of the an-
cient tower with fixed bayonets,
Special police with dogs rash-
ld into the tower to intersept
the fugitives although it is vir-
tually impossible to get beyond
the moat.

Reed Recovering
ROME. May 9 (UP) Rep.
Daniel A. Reed (R-N.Y.) has re-
covered sufficiently kpm his re-
dent heart attack to start aSk-
It 'for American-style food, bl
Ze disclosed today.
Mrs. Georgia Reed, said her
l band's growing In
wood as a sign of his
improvement. Reed _M S
h a heart attack in his Rome
hotel April 17.

Things ShouldlBe Popping Soon

it Rail Strike Negotiations.

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UmTND UTAU3'gmbausedorn o'Pa namshieen Cnapur-
chasing ha'tlbkeftb theBoyo.8tate DaUl wh1.9 to t bi ld at
the Americn-LAgo'Club-Fort A dor atuudq-on The
Ball.wfll feature a "Hellsapoppin Night," complete t floor
show. Proceeds turned' over to't~e Boy'l Stoate Prgla0
which is being started here in the.onal ne for .he
thU year. With the Ambassador above is MlW- Mary ut,.the
135' Governor of 'ir State; -Titkets fbr the-BUA ean be pr-
chased from members of the Amkerian LAglo or ffOm N'thmoal-
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Federal meiators 'met wt e neither party cpdeA
anm and management of rial whet issues should be f ued R-1
dnf exWtr auiry Sunday to be arbitrator for bKsul
yesterday n a redoubled'fit is.
end. the 5S'day-old strike S. e1e
the Louisville and Nashville Settlement appeared m
road. diag a 24-hour il
I g that ran ,rom Friday to
A- spokesman for the H-vt .. However,..a tn V6
Mediation Board, which has ever conditions midr whde
optimistic for days over hab striking employes would, a3
for a settlement, said dw u a 10e work.
breaft in t negotUatione tlhat .
.ttltlp refame the iame," A.. i ration talks alu -'It- l
h ed.-that th sa be lNppd, Thursday after esiteftr
P soon. He to 0. wasA-klled and .aot .erW s i.
....iNed. George
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Whlktras IM My B RSRINE JOHNSON Miss Brooks" at Warners gives dramatic test at Paramoun,.
S. m her star billing. Before TV, she Gobel show warbler is -dueI
S Nb sIabm a HOLLYWOOD -(NA)- -Close- spent five years featured but neov- contract if the studio findrl
SBANANAS- WIFE'S an J gsho Feminine er stared on the Warner lot. right tory Mitch
(4ifb yS [ 4 y .1 uu a sw i t BANANAt--THe SaOUSEWFE' at i it thatw a Valen- Laot to direct balf bout
,, *00 c T i 3tND tino under Jack Webb's poker-. for MCA's Revue roductios,
SBa anas are t h housewife's d acting style can get ready Not in the Script: ZEa Ea Ga- .--
Mrs.i..s .t t Cr. Joustra f s S zlble. Prices a fluctuate oot- TV's Fridaylays ur big Bch: "The food was darling." GreerGa dei
.III" &bsemdo beM- Blove-hrananasse nes with Janet Leig n havei't figured this out either.) Broadway play, a revival'
Sct N" ^r,-g.rS wl enti, tl ard olan Mtmay change other fruits go in andtHollywood unsensored: o prob. George Beinard Shaw's
S et anGm U B h.athiy 1 Wckr, H6use 8l hPlans out of make* but you can always Blues," and the sound track's o- lems ahead for one of Hollywood's Apple Cart."
d t aiLn Am ialboa C. There wll be yards count on bel ablp to find ban- n to be full of ighs and ex problems boys John Agar.
do.oraen .sd LouisD t*W, t .Iand bingo. P le br i i you na,. For hoI aeses such as Arm sn u|-I liued his work n "Revenge of --.
corated Direetor of OpW itom s c a a hint f yo wives ho r ve learned to cook "t'l e, women have been te Creature.' picked up his op-
S topla ad make the best of local market g to me asking or love tion. Overheard: "An echo Is the odly
.ya nd .thn' tha tehefch and make ta tedb of local market ht "o tt th ta ee eated .br
Stwo door r a and refreshments.places as theyhavei been shifted, esll," Jack grinned. "Now that thing at ever ated her t
ho o i er ce, v wo me. Phone yo r 5s-o from one hm to another around i'm giving them what they want, of the last word.
an M y the GoVerme i~sin early to M r. Joustra the world, a o banara dessert h ay ever want to e me Brasee' ben paed to
',-, B S_ ]3Blti. G"v ,W~tt MM. Bal r a7 ,ceipeS {e %3 "8 alSecurity." *ln," Keefe Brasselle's being payed to o
I 1er c~at~monv, and. wane o. -- 8 l a lucky hostess who has a Jack tried to put a little ro- star ai "Givenway," a roadway- Esthr William' next at
h eld at the mon assy ean rys Itt No. 3 mblo ew easy pa dp s. up a nance In "Deagnet" but "we ran bound ulay kidding radio and TV will be "Don't Go Near TIr .
wi met on ionda y 9a at is b a e. A smw tson baked Protets Jack: "I don't know Anita Eckberg, the Swedish pin-for th three networks to
S: p.m. in the P o m, to bananas and e real sex bowwomencan think of me as ro- up, and New York realtor By Feld their own shows. Until now,
p, .,rmi .t net yeeLr's officers, appeal," it'na s an md'o dWagrt, mantle. My make up man, Stan- man are sai to be plotting mar- cameras were not permitted
uirs. Hard oni lppea"dessert. y Camipbell. was with Clark rage ... Pcggy King passed h6r network TV sets.
Elev- members of Inter, C*ndu Card(ate" ,BANANASS IN'PIE Gable h for 15 years. Tbe other, day
ateGraSot Troop 0:foI, IThe urrnduWoma'a s Club CST I told him. 'You can't beat it "
met In oatlemn C6arto ef A Crd GrC will meet att CQz- oWhaevery go,youendupwith
c.tremony st theB.abt B aI ,a a u 'nt'y WWte6 a ny 2 I large or thee small bananas ani t has big ears. In
Pcout houe recently. Fift g k. ers cup sugal my case, t acres of ears.'"
oadges that troop members P ftse vited to attend; d1 teaspoon CnnamonD -
earned during the year Were .-a- not pla cars are Pastry made from one cup Arthut Godfrey, the hire.'em- f O
warded. Special awards, de#Vid" asked tc bring there bates. Mrs. flour or half a package of and-fire em boss, i 'Ao problem
by the girls themselves, were giv' Paul Au Bouchon and Mrs. Rob- past-y mix to Peter Lind Hayes, his summer By Rev. James Kler, Director of the Ob1stephlen
aonnie Ashbrrgh in recognition -- A 11a. Pe ana and cut in half nevr made a comment to me A TOUNG AMImCAN aviator, make an Important difference a
foi responsible positions they have censswise. Roll in mixture of su- about the show. But I've only seen mortally wounded durlg World one of their decislonp. How i
held in the troop. The troo O- galaadan Caldren No. I gar and cinnamon. lim twice when we sagnedt he War II, scrawled thee few word pta t i that we constant
ed Eve Eisenmaia an awanb Hamadan Caldron No. 1 w 1l 1 2. Roll pastry to oneelght inch aal and one day when he waved of tot his tsn that tese men are d
ed on her popularity. In adio meet May 11, at 7:30 p.m. at the thickness. Cut into strips about an to me on the street." apa noted at all a sense
Kay Flowers received the Cure Wirz Memorial on Balboa Road. inch narrower than length of ba- New York: "Dear Mnom ad Pop, faith, widoii,(atl* andp
Bar the highest rank of interim It will be a business meeting. .ana pieces and long enough to ue HaYer Is telling pals her I had time to sq my players. dence.
date Scouting. -- wrap around bananas, allowing a return to acting isn't a dead is- Love. Jack." We can exert In Influence f
For te paa two yeri tha s IAWC Board Meeting lap-over'of one-halfnch. Wrap sue. Bt she don't want It ea to drtnd why peace by praying for the Pres
troop las met under the inspired The Board of Directors of the each banana balf in one of these to discuss at u *til I've definitely this letter was as urce of deep dent of the rinited states.
leadership of Mrs. Harold Griffin. ter-American Women's Club will rectangles of pastry. Seal tightly made rp my mind. As his consolation to Jack's father s d needs the help of God that
s&n gven generously oW her Wedmsdliy at -Club Headquarfter lug ends of pastry with finger ale.Robertson's bitterly mthetI* death ofeta=n ma have at all tlm the co
r nowdge of Panamanian I hal btad ai Atoon. then with tines of a fork. Place n coplaining mbe will have less than who iles at peaeo with God and strength to fulfill
rafts and rib od arts. She has a :ookl' sheet and, if desired 500 a month to live on.. often hard to ati O to s to all
announced with regret, her ded brumsh with an egg zxolk diluted be ear but It pme aopli U ted states d
Sto retire from Top leader- rlty g am with a tablespoon of water. Explanation dept.: Bob hope's never tra, W help bring pes to' t
shim latest, "The Seven Little Boys," Actually, ItS troubled world of ours.
,t a dual fareweL past thurs. A variety program will be pre- 9. Bake in a very hot oevn is not a sequel to "Seven Brides the goal we a*' WI CAN PHAY also for of
lay. the % toeppsented ifts U o sented tomorrow night by the (4M. degrees F.) till brown, about torSeven Brothers." all striving for, fidsca, whether, local, state
SCo e ALhblgh ,dep g tro primary department of thp Pun- fifteen minutes. Serve warm with A naonal, who have the response
BE le em r. GGIfn r a l al Buda o ooLd lemon sauce Yield: fou to six interesting thought: If Tyron a oa le th
: fin was a set of Panamnanian go V gt be qn pale at LemAm isaUe: Mix in a sauce- property i his divorce from 1 '.nte I.we
r atringse pearl tll s. doo third sugar and one da Cr:stan will he demand hal while
Ora A eles ablepoocornstarch. Ad oneof tho wel ifL uda's allowed C ae, su t .whole rdwi
11, iN4,a she .' CUp w06, and cook,. atrrin, keep hem? Sheaquired the t l i of Jak and i ', overlook a single opportunity
dams where-thickened and traslucernt. A d d rAy publicized sparkle during dal iiut or wrd paie mi attain ourjoaL Prayer Ii at
amn won- DO YOU WISH TO SAVE A LOT one tablespoon butter, one half their marriage. whole. Our prayeO for top of the list
plss fa- i teaspoon grated lemon rind, two ike Papa, like sG note: ma mate. tha on aan God won't force Hi s uasslata
h Chapr OF MONEY? tablespoons lemon Juice and a 5vente year old Lindsaa llty r er than drupon us. He leaves u ftee
the ity of Ir. I OO dash of salt. Yield: about one cup. Crosby, son o the Grd*ner, was Atomic warfare, with Its thrt take t or leave It. The dec
ity of- Vit otra NEWr SHOW ROOM chairman thi- year of the arrange- of death and destruction on an Is squarely up to us. Time a
ersiad Na- and .t n u Brnet committee of the Loyola high unprecedented scale, should be again He has told ua through
e atin and buy a sool junior prom. e's also an Incentve to reatr effort an revealed word that ea
Sbee ta-- M m president of the class. our part. We must think beyond durable resources for peace are
W Informna- ALii Came the dance, though, and our own safety aid be concerned our disposal. But we must
Sffa ns Of- E U no Crosby. He took his date to with the peace of all men. A for them.
SF N W YORKER movies instead handful of men here and In CHRIST IgMSL s, "A
55 la Wash- The Witnet trodue Gene other countries will determine it shall be give* you;
hethe energy wi be dou shall find; k
the ar Eas tSewing Maeline Autry at a banquet, Art inkletter ce a form of terrible devs- Sha be opened you."
SPORTABLE ws t western hero can tatifu or of tremendous Pron we ainerely claim that we wwn
3 d 1 n DRAWERS, FOOT MODEL h badman as far as pPrtea. pene, it we fail to ask God's altf
E BroAne Mrl. BeS M DBLUXM OWJ oIe lctrie guitar OUIW FRATRI ALOWN may to attallit?
E. A. Doilan, (d> a th-and and rie features a N t Brat out June 6th wilh sUVtrItch.'U. +h. MhsI.,Df-,.n.e
mond, Jr., Mrs. bo v a da Maryse Bastie, first wom ill stretch.' Mws.w" V, D a s
Miss Katherine to Bly the Atlantic. Them This is Hollywood,; Mrs. Jones:
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.ast Year's Record Pace

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NEW YORK, May 9 (UP)-They can't match
the Brooklyn Dodgers' astounding start but the
I Cleveland Indians today zoomed far ahead of the
ptce which carried them to a record 111 victories
a*d the American League championship in 1954.
After their 9-6 and 2-1 sweep of with ninth-inning relief aid from
the; Kansas ,ty Athletics Sur.lay, Jim Konstanty to give the Yan.
the, Indians nelac a two-game first- kees their fourth consecut I v e
l- e lead v'th a 17-7 record and win. Joe Cnlins and Hank Ban.
.;O, percentage. Just a year ago er homered off Nixon, who had
p toc -hey vere in third plce beaten the Yankes six straight
tod "y they were in third place times and hadn't lost to them
;1i a 12-8 mark and a .600 per- since Sept. 24, 1950.
See taga They didn't take the lead
uu May hi Nelson Fox drove in the win-
ight-fielde Al Smith and first- ning run with an 11th-inning single
ba eman Al tosen were the stars in the opened and tripled and scor-
as othe Indians achieved a tidy ed the only run of the second
ftor.-gamue winning streak and rel.- game for the White Sox. Fox's
ed off their ninth victory in 10 second-game hit enabled Dick Do-
g4Jes. The sweep was the In- rovan to best Frank Lary in a
wdns' second 1 of this season. They fine duel of rookie pitchers.
Wtook 14 of 19 bargain bills last Eddie Wattkus' two-run ninth in-
ye- r. ring triple enabled the Orioles to
" e ..-vian their opener but the Senators
Smith. 26-year old native of Kirk- came back wht 15-bit a t t a c k
wood, Mo., hammered out three featured by homers by Tom Umph-
ho*te runs during the doublehead- left and Jesse Levan in the sec-
e*.0 He blasted a pair of two-run
s as the Tribe battled back ond game.
Dofn an ear.y 5-0 deficit in the WillieMay had four hits and
oener Dand then broke rookie Mueller ran -his hitting
Art Ceccare-li's spell with a third r heN
bswhich produced a 1- tie streak to 21 games as the New
u Ier which produced a 11 o rk Gat beat t Pittsburgh
In he seventh inning of the hight. Pirates 6-3. T the Pirattsburgh won
cap. the opener, 7-5, as Dick Groat,
t Gerry Lyach and Gene Freese
he lasted until the homered.
lth inning when Rosen filing in omered
at first base for Vic Wertz, blast- In other N.L. games, Warren
d ,his fifth round-tripper. A r t apahn scauteied 12 hits to give
9o4tteman gained credit for his the Milwaukee- Braves a 6-2 win
thlid win in relief of Bob Feller and hand the St. Louis Cardinals
the first game while Ray Nar- their seventh straight setback, and
srlI. Cleveland's third pitcher, the Cincinnati Redlegs beat the
w the winner in the second con- Chicago Cubs, 4-3, on HoMe
S*Landrith's second homer of the
e late rives by Sith game after Sam Jones won his
e late drives by Smith and 19d game for the C 5-3, in
R -en ruined a brilliant five- t ge opener.
hi@ performance by Ceccarelli, the opener.
'""'carold left-hander who Yesterday's Star-Al Smith
a 9a 5 C-2 record forl Birmn- the Cleveland Indians, who
uam t 54 Ceasuffered l ste I i it three homers in the course
Scule O but suf deferred at s frst bi of and 2-. victories over the
S legu defeat. Kansas City Athletics.
"sThe rinaway Dodgers rolled to -" -
2st victory in 23 games. 9-
or the Philadelphia Phillies. a
Hodges hit a two-run homer eorgla U 6oiler
SDike Snider a and-slammer
he Dodgers buta 9-23lead.
S,-.tSHls Sghts
Phillies battled back in the
rirings before Jim Hug hes fin-
S stuped them and seaed their l
a h straight defeat- high for Cl l i e l
Ir*' 1955 campaign. ATHENMS, O., May 9 (UP) -
be New YokYankeesfl Uy Long-drivIg Lester .KI yo0the
t dp with pter" W niver" sty of 'UnGeori'- set.- hs
'loniw as taey blanked the sights on the NatlOial Intelcol-
o Red Sox 54 0 and the Chi leilate golf championship today
.White Box downed the Do. after capturii he s.outhern tl.
'T.2ers. -4 and 1-0 in a p I a gyeven kesin a pres-
rlrs. The Walington Soen-r s ure-packed finals.
crushed the .Baltimore Or-is
4 -arte a 4-3. loss in the Kelly recovered from a bad
A. L. games. start on the first 18 holes of Sat-
urday's 36-hole windup .to beat
Grim, a winner out Dave Ragan of Florida and
ent Association of Balboa High Johnny Pott of Louisiana State
t. won e his first 95 game with a 72-hole total of 281.

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In 18th thing For

5-3 Montreal Win
NEW YORK, May 9-(UP)-
The league-leading Montreal
Royals extended their winning
streak to seven games Sunday on
Clyde Parris' 18th innln second
game homer in a doubleheader
sweep from the Columbus Jbts,
6-4, 5-3.
After Pete Wojey bested Bob
Trice in the opener, the Jets
came from behind three times
on solo homers by-Al pinkston,
Lou Limmer and Bill Stewart to
tie the Royals 3-3 in the mara-
thon nightcap. Bob Hoffman,
who blanked Columbus for the
final eight innings, received
credit for the victory and Ever-
ett Lively was tagged with the
The Richmond Virginians and
the Toronto Maple Leafs split a
twin-bill with Mario Picone
throwing a seven-hit 6-3 first
game victory and Mike Gollat's
third home run of the game
Propelling the Leafs to a 5-4 win
n the second game.
The Havana Sugar Kings and
the Rochester Red Wings ex-
changed 7-3 victories in their
doubleheader. Julian L a d era
scattered 10 hits as Havana won
the first game bY routing Duke
(No-Hit) Markell. Ralph Beard
and Eddie Ludwig collaborated
to four hit the Wings In the
night cap as Kenny Raffensber-
ger of the Cubans took the loss.
At Buffalo, a twin-bill be-
tween the Bisons and the Syra-
cuse Chiefs was washed out after
three innings of the first Same.

Mexican Tennis

Champion Shot -

He's Not Talkng
Mexican tennis champion Mario
Llamas, who suffered a myste-
rious gunshot wound last week,
today was ruled "definitely out"
of Davis Cup competition against
Australia next July.

Dr. Raul Velasco Zimbron said
Llamas' wounded left forearvq.
would prevent him returning t.
competition for at least four
Llamas. mainstay of the Mez-
ioan Davis Cup squad, refuse& *
Plain the ciruitances of his
wound oa to identify his asWs-
Francisco Contreruas, now at-
tending. college in California,
was expected to be named as
Llamas' substitute in the July
15-17 cup competition at Chica-
go. Ex-champion Oustavo Pala-
fox, another veteran of interna-
tional net play, was the only
other definite selection for the
Mexican squad.

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QUEbHION. With f aners on
first and second base and one
out, the batter strikes out on a
low pitch. The ball goes past
the catcher and the batter breaks
for first bame The runners ad-
vance. The catcher throws to
tirst base. But, sine, the batter
struck out with first base occu-
e and less than two out made
hiA sutowatiraly out, isn't there
interference on this play?- Lee
Answer Unt 'ast ysat the
rmser going femm .eod to
third base ad the batter.
woild be out A rdlig yI Na-
tional League President warren
Glles changed this. The rumners
now may advance and it the
throw goes to first base it is the
defensive team's baner and no
interference Is called. The bat-
ter, of course, is out the moment
he misses Ith third strike. ,


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Monte Rouge Collars

Happy Abode In Feature

Running on a track that was
made muddy b a heavy rain
that fell just before the start of
the first race, the Stud Taboga's
successful Monte Rouge won the
featured Travel Agents Handi-
cap for Class C horses at Juan
Franco yesterday.
VWith the fast steppng mare,
ap Abode, taking the lead
early and goig at a sizzin
pace, jockey Alejandro Ycaa
did not tke any chances but
hustled after the leader and
when Monte Rouge drew along-
side at the top of the stretch, the
real battle began
Jockey Freddy Rose, up on
Happy Abode, went to the whip
and the mare responded well,
but not enough to stave oft
Monte Rouge who wore her
down in a hard drive to the
Pictures were called for and
the photos showed Monte Rouge
winning by a clear half length.
He paid $5.60, win and $6 place.
There was' no show betting in
the race.
YcaM also won with Barge
Royal'in the Class D sub-feature,
to share honors with his young-
er brother Manuel who also had
two winner Courtly Prince
and Mar=alna.
The Ycmaa brothers combined
to boot home the winners of

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sixth and seventh races -Court-I
ly Prince and Monte Rouge -
which formed a double.that paid
On Saturday, mutuels favorite
Ouayaqu e from far in the
ruck under [a good. ride from
ookey R. ista, to score a
Vedette In the.-mai aft of the
Guayaquil was Cristlan's third
win oft the day, having won also
with Nogaho and Majestic to
be Saturday's outstanding rider.
The dividends:
1-Courtly Prnice $7, 2.60
2-Tllama $23.320
1-Fru PFr $6.20, 3.20, 3.20
2-Valarrla 3.60, 2.30
3-Fuego 2.20
Double: $24
l-Bagdad $9.20, 6.20
2-Don JaIme $.340
One-Two $2L90
1-Don Wende $3.80, 2.80
2-El Pasha $2.80
quistela: $10.80
1-Jose dea Crux $18.60, 3.80
2-Proton $ RC
1-MarlaWuna $6, 4.40
2-Lord Basur $7.20
1-Monte Rouge $5.60, 6
2-HaRpy Abode $81
1 Double: S"
1-La ne $5.40, S.260
) to $o0.g, 2.40

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3-C ssda $12.60
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1-Tingat (out of 0ett1ng)
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Philadelphia 8 4 1 4 13
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St. Louis 011000000-4i 1
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St. Louis: Haddlx (1-4), Law-
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Brooklyn 40010040 9 1
Phila. 000100 0-8 14 1
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Face and Shepvrd.
New York: Ogmes (1-3), Wil-
helm, MaCa, Corwin,; rimm,
Magle and Weetrum, Grasso

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New York 101120 lz-4 12 1
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Maglie (3-0) and Katt.

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Ce ,nn 00100000-3 88 0
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Repullk, St. L. 30 90 1233 .367
C'ell, .Bklyn. 23 8 I5 303 S
Logan, Mil. 23 I8 17 29 .341
Moon, St. L. 20 92 15 S1 .337

Kaline, Detroit 24 91 19 37 .407
Kuenn, Detroit 24 100 18 39 .390
Bauer, New York 22 90 23 31 .344
Avila, Cleve. 24 93 11 30 .826
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Cleveland 001403te8-, 13 0
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sga .a brek foreGas wIL3.s I eA Mg leu
wr .. w vrete t-y iewtsr
S_ enei k n d0ew au 1 ul6d't eare IMs. Whas
egood S the fut
l Is I rebuilt in th grand manner, tamales sad
Aou .ueljt t rbatl Cla rpoS s. emsolldted Into ab i ,
bettplantand as a noteture to lavender and old .
AU thW1agn rtSS to oct dough and a Jockey,
Club committee cop of Barry ougenlm,. John 'asn
and Chris Chenery-~rlth .a mot u ta lbacksta ~rt
from Joek Whitney-- n the proes of iett~g it up. -
ed aeed: $U0,000,000.
In Order to expedite matter, Albany agreed to let the non-
profiteers apo the first flve million of the season's annual in
come to aor eI coatl costs. Tht, hi dffeet, the state is guar-
anteeig the. fMa vitality of the bond issue by which the prof-
ect is to beupprted. us
This. ever, is other matter which doesn't onern u
in the least. If guys el. aness Cheai and
Whitney can't hustle a fast in a pchl. who can? And
sinet th, state B et more out ofat taclng tan all the tracks
comblfmned ore than 8S,OOAO last year alone-at reason-
able request for coopeitlof should receive respectful conalderS-
tie "on '
Bo far so good. But now that there is apparently an hon-
eat disposition, however belated, to streamline New York racing,
Gu1s woul4 take advantage Of the propitious atmosphere and
press for other orely needed refinements.
Right off, of course, Gus would like to see the monstrous
mutual I 6 reeat take reduced, but he's been around a long
tn.e and = re tze that once the politicians let ther hooks I-
to vour dollar via taxes, they aren't gdog to leot o until they
hear the clang of the guillotiaa and the atter of th tumbrels.
However, the thoroughly unpopular foul rule something S
elta again. New York Is the onyI racing state. a the nation
else again. New York la the only tiOntgatlt Inth om ltiu
there's a foul. Delaware. too, but then DewmS It merely a
provincial echo of Jockey Club thlni New t ttit.
It Is extremely difficult to rationale the New .oT tt"l
which Insists that everybody else a wron.ano only It Is right.
This reflects impossible arrogance or unmltigated obstinacy .and
there have been few recorded instances where the application
of either served reaeen or equlty well.
I venture to may that a plebacite of horse players would
result in sa overwhelming rejection of the rueand the fact
that we must abide by It notwithatfndllt, 18 a trhinlmnng i-I
tration of what can happen when a small group of men decides
that they know what is best for us.
Marshall Cassidy of The Jockey Club staft and Ashley Cole1
of the Racing Commission are the two most Influential men in
the New York sport. The foul Fule stays In the book mainly be-
cause they want it there. I
They see nothing incongruous in the fact that In the entire'
sphere of American racing only the puppet state of DW aware
agrees with them. And in the face o repeated evideces of pub-
lie hostility, they remain austerely superior a4 glalIally aloor.
Until they came along nobody ever supected Ood WM Stws.
The rule Is defended locally on the mbs that it makes for
Leaner racing and mininies brilOus lo key spals, worthy objee-
th, e to Wue.. t ie.lferef e _he lit In .hat = New o _rk abi
clean taeste andA -ain inm fi O aidentoat. u tMa t .ft a
true. Mis' ... ". -
A corollary of clea i aer br MMari .yU Is f fui acing. 061
last 01 ardlgulis you "hmai i ,tlew- tfsM n .
TI- percepntaeyg-f .:fwt aVi gfoav6fiM 22slcI< w e._in.
Of 120 odds-on choices, 6U sot beat and quite a few-f hed up
th eteb'ual" Gis- 6t have dmbf Wetter Ot Wheeling Downs.
In a other atime the stewadn call ftWs a theyl them
and Impose penalties in keeping with the na re of the -ofense.
Here the stewards are permitted no latitude In judgment.' If a
foul Is cJalled the horse is arbitrarily placed laS There can be
no such thing as mU-igatinr circunumtanes or a minor offense.
It lmum punishment ia meted ou.t for every foul.
"That's one way to cure a Jockey of rough rding," says the
Casuidys aad the Colea.
Eventually, t ought to cure Gus of betting place and show,
to:. for under these conditions when there's a foul he has hui
pocketed biPked by official ukase.
B. refusinR .to trust a foul situation to the discretion of the
stewards, even tough they have recourse the testlnony of
patrol Judgea and complete movies of the race, the commission
implies (Ii a lack of faith In their ability or (2) their integrity.
I agree wit$h-Ou. The only way we are ever going to knock
Cagaidy and Cole off their high horses, uas the saying goes, is to
belt them dizzy with letters of protest. 250 Park Ave. will get
Casuidy. 748 Fifth Ave. will reach Cole. These two birds have
been giving us that clean racing and be-kind-to-jockey routine
long enough.


ThursdaY afternoon in Ballt*
pool Ida Streai of Balboa H115
School broke the eg rd inm t
100 metoe back stroke for wom-
en with a wla& .tUm. of 125-.4
The record ws nhdd by -elen
Zdwards and hid been standing
eiace Ma.- 0 iui. Ida was
pshedl the w y Orae Ar-
oof Crtetoal b~h School.
1AnOtheX.Immflhg wresord was
st in e bween Balbo
and tCrstr school. ob
a .d a st.t.-Pr Hg
set an ointoaItuaic recr o
the 200 0 -ers re tle with a
winning gibe of Milr.TWANG-
ord for evnt wia held by
]ddle Wo
di was conducted an
IndLd l and am
score were.kent. The ftoelwIn
isa wmito f eolt":
50 ydM. free style b- s .L
john Mae ., Leambert Mt
val 3. Le".lg .
50 yda. tree Lirla L .
Strain, oneW tie I. CsI*n
o100 atrs. breastatroke t
1. Albert hhMad 1. OaW .
Barry David "
100 m birteroka _aif
1. fl 1 A- V'nel
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I. David Behar 3. Bill Black.
Diving gIls 1. Rosy Raiel.
120 mtrs. Individual medley -
boys 1. Lo Riby 2. Ralph Leisy.
13 mtr. individual medley --
la 1. Marie Eberenz 2. Agnes
lbe,'3. Flesnlken.
1 mtrM medley relay boys
1. Tom Ford, Bill Halvosa, Don
10 trs. free style relay
boy 1. Ni, Llnfora, j. IMagee,
Iantovaal, 1ill Blackburn.,
.180 atri. free style relay -
IIIrls l JCroeby, J. Engelke. M.
beren, I. Strau.

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AWSTON. A irn u1
lto 4tat with tt"w l

avey Moore, the stocky bat-
tier s fhe VU.S. wbho blet
o _~*""a -Ale rwe.t Ief B
tAreoa ele. just eves
Siek ar, resumed training
toW. 1fw bi bout with Panama
iKWnalAt champion Pedra
laat.t Arena Sunday, May

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With Pafko.On Bench,

Braves Have To Be Good

NW YORK (HA%- WtIl the STANLEY MUSI of 4he Car-
Bras ra u that strig ofm con- dmals remarked that the Braves'
oeeutive MSoas the ins, Andy ittaek would be mproed with
Pae was their hardest worker Pt m th batting order.
beawmlafim I

Pafko you see. hai been bench-
re for the first time in a 12-year
uejor league career.
There were early indicate o a a
that the Milwaukee club would not
live up to alh the nice things said
about it during the training sea-
"But the Braves have to be
rood," said BuzDy Davasi of the
Dodgers. "How can they be any-
thing Dut extra special when a
player like Pafko can't crack the
startlne lineup?"
The BrooKs sold Pafko to the
Braves mn January of 18 for $50,-
000 and a player.
At least four clubs would give
Lou Perini that much for him to-
"Here is a World Series center
ticider who plays third base qual-
iy well
Pafko helped the Cubs to a
pLJdnant as P center fielder in 19-
45, led Wationsa League third base-
men in double plays with the
same club three years later. When
i.he Dodgers required an outfield-
er in xid-June of 051, General
Manager Bavasi obtained Pafho
in a seven-player transaction thst
left Chicago dsap. Beaten in the
play-off that flthe Superbas wom
with the Boceville, Wi.., milk-
man inm 1
ON made it perfectly 'clear that
no intended to stick before the
Braves broke camp a year ago,
there was plenty of room for Paf-
ko after Bobby Thomson fractur-
ed his ankle But with the return
o Thomson this spring, Charley
Grimm deeled that there was
nowhere or Pafko to go but to
Ite dugout.
How does it feel for an establish-
-e star who bai lost none of his
hustle and get-up-and-po to sud-
denly find hunself not a regular
r the- fir tnao?
"Natuilly. I don't like it at
all," says ine personable Pafko,
who is extremely lively at 34. "X
.lI fed capable, el eg dbe
b in 1S4 Ige bM St can
Only omn. ailer, and If ke
I511 wineh ht that all vigWht ith

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"Too bad 'cr them and fortunate
for the rest of us that Ed Math-
ews can't play second base, for
that's where the Braves are hurt
most with the bat," said The Man.
"Wonder why they don't try A.
aron at second base and put Pat.
ko back in the outfield?"' asked
ihe veteran scout of an American
League club.
"Aaron broke in as a shortstop
and when I saw him leading the
Sally League in everything but
hotel accommodations, as some-
cne cracked. I thought he had the
hands end moves of an excellent
second baseman. I couldn't under-
;and why the Braves ordered him
made into an outfielder UM win-
ter in Puerto Rico. He w6old have
come Li our club-and stayed-
ab a second baseman."
With accomplished performers
so hard to find, one of the straag-
est stories of the early going has
to do with Handy Andy Pafko be-
ing hidden in the dugout.

Owner Of, Fabled

King Ranch Dies;
Funeral Tomorrow
(UP)-FurnMl services will be
held at noon tomorrow at Santa
Oertrudis for Richard Missltin
Kleberg. I, well-known cattle-
man and sportoman, former Con-
gressmnan and one of the owner. of the tabled Kin ftlanch of
TexaS. -
Sants Gertrudis, named after
the new beef cattle breed devel-
oped by King Ranch. Is the main
ranch house and headquarters
for the four divisions of the I.-
250000 acre empire, the world's
target ranch.'
It Is where such guests as Lord
and Lady Halifax. Nelson Rore-
feller, Mrs. Will Roreri and oth-
ers have been eutetained.
Tomorrow, the, wealthy and
influetlal will. be joined at
nkt oerMirdtle by thevaoueros
-the fle Ranh hands--i
payitaMg Nt fto to aMberg.
He died eterdytIn his sleel
from a htearft Itk, about 8
a.m. In a Hot aiings. Ark., ho-
tel. He Mat tmere- ast Friday
for A Visit bOdy wA flown

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Cincinnati Blames Ohio

For Slappl By NCAA

By KAYE KtSGL t the safest tune for ub a mental
NE Special Crsespdt stance.
Wogdy Haycsi monr ethb-
COLUMIBUS 0. CNEA)--o one errant about hi- 1961 OMo te
wants to be quoted. flock than he was a year ago a-
Some of the things there say. bout the gang J that arched un-
ibig aren't quotable, but VUn7lVfr beaten throvah a mids field of 10
of Cincinnati fans are blaming awesome opponents. ,
V*ol State for the year's protba. There are teams to be reckoned
tiAM Slapped on the Beareats by with however, and the Bu$keyes
the aleUsal Collegiate Athletic As- would be the first to tell you that
BOqiatloB. Michigan and Iowa fall in that
The crux of the rub, according group.I.
io a semi-6fficial source, is Russ The Wolverines had what Ohio
Bowermaster highly-touted Ham- State players considered their
Iof, 0 end. roughest opposition last year and
Sid Gillman, Cincinnati coach most of it turns, not to mention
last fall but now head man of a freshman crop that turned
tbw profess onal Lee Angeles Q ichigan Vt-te green with envy.
Rwa,. was certain Bowermaster Iowa's Iush repprtgdly, are as
planned to erroll at U.C. Instead, good as the group which produced
b lrermaster chose Ohio State, is guard Cal Jones, end Frank Gil-
currently the number two left end ham and ialfbadlts Eddie Vin.
and a topnotch prospect. cent and Earl Smith and that
quartet returns.
Acco-ding to the story, Gill- Purdic has the pass-catch com-
man didn't take Bowermaster's bine of Len Dawson and Lamar
decision lyirg down. Aeepmpa- Lundy returning along with sev-
ied by a wealthy Cincinnati "an," r.ral other standouts and its "best
Le paid a personal cal to Colvn- yearling team in years."
bus in an attempt to lure Bower- The Big Ten looks much rough-
tomaster from the Bucks with the er this year .. snd it was sup-
bucks. posed t t be its roughest in 194.
Ohio State, reportedly, comr- ... ... __
plained to the NCAA about the _
battlag tactics, witht-he year's
probation the ultimate result.
Ghllman insisted-that he was
amazed at the alleged rules vWo -
lations. .
"q% coach and no un4vet- I
employee ever offered aid to play TODAY -- A .30
era In excess of that permitted
*y "the university and. NCAA 2:15,. 4: 4:. :M, 9: p.m.
rules," he said. "I am: very sure,
iurtbermore, that ve never r-
mntted 'any alumni to offer aid to hJfat iil- i
any boy."
Whether Ohio State pointed the '
linger at Cincinnati and whether
UC is guilty of ny violatim s
seems irrelev ant. The question is: ro u
Mow much aid is too much, ac- I "i
cording to NCAA and Oniversity .
It seems about time to admit
that all schools offer aid through
I wealthy "friends."
I'as just mant some aren't sure
what the limits are.
Optimism seems to be running
rampant in the Big Ten, which
is not unusual because spring is .*.. *'-a .m-e**




Mooreput up a great battle
wfth mtaeift and showed thsti
b packed dynamite in hi right
land when hO floored Martinf
twice In the fourth round with
Gaploelve rights to the Jaw.
: It took a never-say-die Martl-
nes to come off the floor to also
drop Mor twice In the ninth
and finally eamrn the verdict.
The fracas was so even the de-
cdan could have gone either
way, and with Moore now being
more oriented to Panama, the
bout Sunday promises to be a
honey. .
.Tei has been twice victor
over Martinez, but thcre are
many who feel that Moore might
be more effective against TeoIS
because of taes' different style.
Sammy Medina will meet Man-
uel Preacott in the six-round
sem-final;. Daniel Ward will
face Handt Barrows III also in
six stanzas; and Roberto Murillo
will clash with Kid Zefine II in
a four-rounder.
A special amateur bout Is also
being arranged to complete the
There will be popular prlees of
1 preferred ringside, $2 gener*
al ringlde, $1 general admission
tad M eents for children.
Italian Driver
Wins Grand Prix
NAPLES, Italy, May 9 (UP) -
Italian speed devil Alberto As-
earl won the twelfth Naples
Grand Prix auto race here yes-
terday, but failed to break the
track record for formula one
Aasarl, steering a tncla 2,500
cc, oeed the 60 laps of the
PoseIupo e. u totalling 246 kl-
lometers, ih two hours thirteen
minutes three and six tenths
seconds for an average speed of
110.027 kmph.



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S7 x 143 1952 Buick Special Sedan

* Standard ShR, W/W Tim, Seal Covers


9 x 237 -1952 Calic- kdmn,'W/W

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11 x 277- 1951 Bukk Super Sedan,
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Fluid-MaIc, Radio, S Covers

111 x 24-1952 Buick Super Sedan,
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12 x 309 1951 Buick Special Sedan,
Dynaflow, Radio, Seal Covers

12 x 313 1951 Oldsmoblle Sedan,
Hyd., Radio, W/W Tires, Seal Covers




12 x 323 1953 Buick Super Sedan,.
V-8 Motor, Seal Covers

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T'he Four ~oreign fa m In its r st o emto Fri. The names of t e t i egaerateB, do*reeex- were reported t -wh
tm thenmu disCasl a formal day g1*1 t's el demasatra- were read In most churcea hes s ant marimiaeL" Peeuatry. rp _
*, S fe to decide .I .hem., yeste nla_ .ced 0h e SMday, ,andwrabIWo were ne a.d .o. we a til .Eva Permu (La Piat.), 00 S32 .
ftE giiur a ,ur odemnisatrators "degenerates" and ea to pray I ,them. that f they wat wr tal of Buenos Aires
,ta of p.o e.l_ i .urid new thleats @ "war" at Saturday, the birthday of P y could nave it," tLa p e id filed M t a
the only hiteh In the Big Pour the irch, dent *uen D. Porous late -te i the n ltles,
............ t ...... the e -en, dent loan D. Peron's late Z, b w.otho post Mani Mtta .
ms Ia split between th Earlier, the Gaeal Petratlm Eva, was a mewapaper ho inolent and an J ItN BMtIer & .
Fndr ayind ie L _a(t_ c( aa h. ere. so the Pa t press" May dlieMs a. damage Police h l .
-i-t a.nld ?f atain a the eM the e'st p ,rorle "eleme ts. t. ah .-.....
Vie j&r& % charged ^7tlb Moat esumeut organ s WI o WeISS i boom".
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back from their opening lossus w-ouw W#t cm iT en ,r -rvmsm

'-e ISAOSS IUiaa Ceter. sai ee s .. Saow Oa ac--s
tog a eto onut present civilization l
people kno the truth e nd the country ia T lAb am oer neighbor d o kiloton device shetutp P?
ganrhlose*Letme was expect- 'Le.thel mel w o .ms-

thee tun directors re- b-e woutldsp beg ITbeat l War MaI
00T hr ISo 4M"l reedgnise hisw ofmi a NIkioto doe
nbt asexpewa~ct-em a* 21 B y. of the At*. perimval T heirl e to20,00X0 oleBo

ed to b: t played "s afternoonE sliet- of 0f redC

whenr the to ure Veecor re" nia YEAR P N M rout t m a A o Nwew or
larlfm l wr occu atio and s# tthao tic explosaon "de- som ueS oso Sr
celved definite assurance the a e'abst oes with Mst se ap r ld

u m- o si eo n egn dt k e sriatr at e t t yo rE. htor t
1 Ge n r a I I bd e I 9 r thI Ir I 7 v I .m to telher." rsald the m t w tpfesisve sght .io i
S S I adan esat the American s aa yet eoe hete to weloAthe. .
R u ss ia ns"^ tod Ih fu poe ondet-Irish alstoncl Societyp'si annual Amuercra.w ats% Upea0 an 1101111
S re "Time i, running out man must arr.
C w ner p ah n a lI U t VIeflf rfC quickly egnila his atomic di- a for e
e i a lemma and make the superhuman The girl, Ihcheko sakoerey os y,
Ill JI Ie effort oto resolve t. one ofJ who sivedir n Cal i or.
Gesture. Meanwhile t L Vega, t h e nia tody e route to Nowb r the
hpower occhation and ret- 14th and oa- atomic explosion of ftoh or plastrde wgw at o S an l
SWASHINGTON May 9 (UP)- minister V one. edMolotov ha worddi fia Austrian rd ebt untoRuia b.efour, owar neut 1l a fi and Naa ii

ussia is risking trouble in Hun- comtsoned willingness t accept gl and thve futrepresentatoe, tinAustria tree as a neutral but t series was set which esb ne n
r n haps other Ir on Curt- Wetern invite dr on tou come to Wstere a im or. iitne ein th e Cold War ward to tomorrow because of ad and radiation ar u hern bae i
a satellites ifarees to an Aus-iettlea Fridy to sign the Auis-ed properity.e oer Dley British foreign ecretarh erase weather. the bomb n dropped m Hi-
trian rcaty.e American offic I asian state workedty author veo strian 8.8rei minister Leo. Harold Macmillan andFrench for- The described by the AEC shima in 1945.
Said today. sources said ia I n Paris today. rold Fig t prdcted that Lr a- erig minister Antoine oin er. e o y Se
They potected trying toat tgive up Krem The formal prob invitation stems from a press onwferenie ind today. expected to r to a rive here from Par- I
atlin'sh snatu on an Austrian trea-'t toMot ov theidea that the one oaid the r p sorter is men- ot Wednesday or Thursday.
liT u di:nMlcovon an Austrn ta t o ototobei

SUL wud: B ig o---r foen anmd iked the Presient for o ot lans sedle y to b I .. ir
S1. Give Hungary a border or sapprign othe treaty thenan .d leave onIarepnt Is he redet WChairman Muroray and Rep. Ree
'window" on the tfree world ..for :mtL laterT,. e tls n ..m ,M -' o.ial.onWn. ermou t an "aB, ,-E s er .ur. ... tO.E OF realy
the first timc in 10 years of Red tee of Austria neutr lity demand- Four f oreign mansterst o meainA to West Ger han's entrance nto

at' te~Int~rn~ionld Rbyseh eoteUnn.- ahe nait o signl the treaty eding NAO r en g o l t
le aear b y m t e ovileB Nh -TO. P O. ,l e
1 e. e 'echoslov akia's The orel gn tmi nis rs were re
o.border with the treeworldo p od p o believe that pro s of

Iron Curtain when Red troops p ull our ambas dors in Vienna
out of Austria. tr o determineothnSoviet-answer. West-oMiMa w epe Ithe .

n e n ed e it4. Boost hopes of satellite p- sos es said they hoped
pk, Aiels rat e everywhere that they may r trm I tt each agreement today.l tl fl j

Sn aued mor upse e Red rule dwindle or disappear Amrica ambassador r Lws e e ra w ad y lyn
orat eresentatve Murray and Re s
n the r their homeleany ds. hompsoni J it e p

prefert tleI holdertn Pnd seea wha hp tdreport obn thpee 8.8 perA ce s mv ie hl ln ah da endir
V etoet wU nadmed "s oehetame tob March y, ot sta
ee t h o ei e a they would vote tot the l The nat ha e t
S ae Diploma know Russia will tdete John Foster Dulles ien Paris. a
n ot sign an Austriai e ede or e ed t S treaty as The envoys of Russia, Britain and

rn gesture. France were reported to hve con- Te tral Labor Uo erian Fder ati n of Gvern
Tey believe the Russians want atedheir governments by ca- Metal TradesCouncil has receiv- ment Employs and others are
to set up a neutral Austria as e and teepone.ed w ord from Howard E.Counro continuing their concentrate

pattern for man e big Thomson said he hopd h live reeentti that effort toward ion now" po

hpco h Mexlllllll l ee's-- MBIeneIvol Soc tySDpRs'esp. ptw I urvv ith rat thn ao. B*est a a N a 1 hw dr
n the EastWest conflict treaty draft could be completed there is a sm pobl that classified bill. Munr
conflict In Europe. settled and points of Lclnrihica- President Eisenhower may not said that up. -lward of a dozen r

Schess tems, the Russians on" to be worked out. veto an .8 per cent Increas e for per cen werebefore
are detected trying to give p Informed urcesid the the postal workers. This hope House committee and that 9 of l
d le detected trying to give up a making problems uclud"o the 25 members of the House

apInto win a cistleexact timing of the witldrata stremsen money ans ffeS.le sa inton of hd e-
BLOOM-hite swim- meanwhile on g w hich one of the reorte men- Post Oficew 'and Civil Sweervice e to
FULLofese OnnT,1 oooupalllion 'forceso C-nedl the prediCtionit of a veto Committee have promised toovr etN,-. .
nmigsitn An bmmIand asked the President for con- vote to get the classified ppbill out Plns

The ro lPn .w dmI I l o CdentOf.committee I mm.d.,tel,
sor it wor by sfirmatoon. IsisreplyZthehprescme efw r

Yannick Arvel is appropriately stated that he did not mak pre- Chairman Murray and Rep. slees i e
orted dictrons about such things as prefer waft and s what hap- e s
rposesing the 21-yer-old Frebnch ( ns..-went on fersay that pens to the postal bill. cors edica rssf .a
starlet twagnamed eMi r Rose"n. .t ntoe5. An m study the blt and anlstrat in
at the International Rose Yes- hlte would havetoiteudHtheHbil The Senate has already ap-B
tivalatJuan Lee Pins. b "very carefully"sifeforerdecId-nred 1 per cent py bill

h- rp ofvow to handler it. The Presaden for ths wClassdbdnified. A Senate
e en wo wehoe t onied that be had predicted he AHouse conference would likel aees'
0apound aiet ndl PRn-he1Aln phoe o n -would veto thee bill. Te p. Iagree n 8.3 per cent, the s .pamelomoe
, Brltbb (ho pounds dentsaiondco rmnnhe II A meenwhe Aorowriarent .eedroeneeThe blltoamount recommended for postalnee
a. r sr nn oor r beonhismdeskeInaeCldays. workers.hTh e administration ha mbsnW

t. am o aW o Munro. recalled that last I-itedi t will go no higher than
r". hesnverel batteredWrm meeon'n ressIIo -h "oident Eisenhower had 6 per cent for the cless, ,id Z oN O bTO rmer ear
U-BripsrpeAt In Sydeghting Mey o se eihr w I Ixat l cetter Ntor Cha Nan Mu- ourvhtMunro reported 3that iftee t ao seat N evadand
.Upsetnn.rAInTtSynednehreyttray of the House Post Ofwfice andpreisiden does veto the postalrand ee
S D E Miy,.(UP,-poenchdCivil Service Committee deelar- bill and Congress talls to over-and c rta

bYntYm May 9 (P)durmb g.n.EinO he would view wath "grave ridt e It.Conmgrress Is expected to tUdeh e I
bastntamightcansedreVa gnajorupt concern" any pay bill above 7.6 move quickly and approve the
In world ratings by easily out- C pe cent. Maro said that Rep- 7.-6 er cent postal and 6 perC.'anshforethecoerotsfrip
pointing the BriflbEmpireban- resentative MurrayfandnReie'nccn
tamweight titleholdern T P etl.r_ in....easriper cent posta mo e to p give ohyeclass'wifiedcthete Ri aa o

,eat e.Amrg e_ eR-K'ns) s iimed the conference traction. There lght be some LaC
enai-rpy-reclassfreation bill, retrac- same 7.6 per cent as the'postal
12erponu whofwlegtshe ,adle they would vote onsustain the the Administration 'changed.Its Argetfthrp

President If he VAetoes the bill, present stnd and agretoIt.
aign (e 2 s ptoupntd ot, p Meanwhile tAmericanF dersra-o Congress seems to be determined n S
agFre ssh venesswortod counterthe, tion of Labor groups such as the that the postal and classified .z.
e pg L ntloindders e inw enent.Employe s Council, the his' e o
The' p- irnt-sz red FrK mean "
p o"th s sveel gbtterd K a's- ZONE OF DESTRUCTION.r A one-storywramblerthome, palTN"
pros ofn ofM i gt i ng Mexce's j MwWONSn-1UNIT5OLDDURING19 '""Survival City", at the atom ic test site at Nevada, is shown d r
a VCastor t rl n- elnIts destruction. At top. the house Is inatedby the
-. ttleatLodsAnn rrletondne IN19 1.2 MILLION tense flasha,a split second before thermal and shock waves I
Ste at o e o F TONS OF STEEL WENT At center, the house starts to but Into flames and telep
Fi BiTO PRODUCERS OF poles In background egnto smoke. At bottom, the building s
HOUSEHOLD hit by the shock waves and disintegrates onalitel.. The hos
r Lowest On Two Great Lakes Warehouse at Hamntiotnr- d., bursts like ethpgainttomorrows n
t:fl~ai Pdminisrojectson Bdbomb as firemen from nearby coihmtllrer fight the spectacular -*- -
Co.nbb Prd entered a blaze. The warehouse was destroyed aSe an adjoining buildingr,,.A 'eaho
The' Tropical Paint Co.,-wwas as daged. Telephoto)- w
apparent low bidder on two seprh pNtAeTelephoto)
B gte norse, imweresopg n o t n ewrsaCi ns
moarning-l- the Balboa Heights1r
deminidretio SatellitessAwOHaveonH-Bombe
7-Thtworprojects were the wa- Ts.its oaellite'sa vea
torproofing of the overhang of
thenCristobaloAdministration e m IntENNAin n boma May u ( hen h
ndelladlng In Cristobal and thee

wlowOffer of $873 on the cored Germany into their alli- Adeauer meet again tomorrow Sombet's, -ast ter W -t I" war t es of win,
AdministrationBulaneetodin an historic cere- to try to reach final agreement. sssa b ee dbe 1
n e .oenteredYm a ed t e1 nP bomes e en t
d markedt Wthe -- E howmernwaeor Thethreat was made byCzech atomic wr.o
n.;Jca p egrotan tngpoermd rMnterAtodefense minister aHe wo n
tdu-l"LPreitoer Niklai Dulganin, MAJE -s e is ae ier asabre-rattling dress

:u i....,,.'-- .,y. EdenI aI.Nd IREnch Pr emie mIs-ed. of that Ion's11 wo..mll.alen, was 1954 aplinc Itsa Pfdemonstrath on slsek Wormld ,Ce pre..dhmAt0



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