The Panama American

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00334

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I-SIM--I p a y i n gMnS eIn t a x e s H eiun ot n taem e el SS1 0 2& sot
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,. uightwothab 2 B f b 4 "STocu SSt The d le A l e fo labor l Moah anh w -fuees were eapit and else uaa I muslet o-t answer -Ii t
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.. o..0 Beverage 31 Ye ar between mollusk mbor r onn o a.a. iw h tac l me a n t a_ loglam, M nredutnt rch tfm n o? a lte wt gos,
waste (u) 22 Church fistnn le 'lab d a ou h ou t el nour bder a ia lte t wthjrs ats s sMi ts
S"eson W mn state bride a a mpae. his othe t I abor Nw there are cigarette oles What a rich, full f I .lead. t ael be mr et
S i w to I Heavy rod eais e that Idealism h.as burt lathe ruled eonthes, whIah Dust thing in to see halt it the plane a,. e m ? We
Stop 2, T mUni nanotga spe ninhnet the labor- b eU -in- rr. .a ." .,_._,, s,'. _.._o,



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"ot m ofour oc or WASHINGTON -aN4A)- Re miuanist aggreliat were as the epr who meselsked c-



JO5 o l o to another factory rimeteast mY-o whuda yet ysu mswtra So go ahfom and see how orlW leader (Snastor
aaBmesoany to serve the best imy wan iall It--ay. not' be near- omkip you can gei'm An airportmis.aai
stat$AdrestsUe the Local.eoy as serious asd predicted r and s -w .. W I sa n ~wahd 'eug s ei
42Enthusiasticfori concentrationofenormo s rte(b edp ons olts. t eRy a WIadofa d u stN
ad "I ThHmy time-card at work Thorew quarter 4shpe n tin Il (D., tiea.), has bees hearsi from rushed ho Ita s
Be4 -aison Ulos makes upithe tims M iES 31. ofc ah a m. th-ahltr ? a bik rfbadfist to lod- tubqueen en d I a
nl odemorac my paycheck. The -onl elaynot be d aly eb beW a te Me; p as '?p atal a d asanmee his .

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even of y de sm -b n n er led eswhic len to reed "Nulctoa by Tresaury tax etpipts against
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aiatds of the Americas are excea. peechsa,, a-
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States have never been better "
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socond thre I.r 13 "i.t that timeS 1 ais--tIquelledWafor.
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point a ,b r,"blhe said 'a m e that.
tbhr ilnge niscused by the dy- 'Bt by ao chasm we uM
namic andm l i-lse Irs" eremwa.
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one- ep country ... the ar Spakr added:
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Wo r t ldrs T sf. alntsvi r ehld l oi o l Spa. lt SELECTaeseSaIeE sue..
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ira. -"r.or o o P r.la., o. P. o ra a. t .r ,T sre an ar
Sa.u.. GoyerMsA aernsWr. alphii..a -t 1 4 a the ce of romthe a! _peror So__e*oe of ** their fre st t'ecaita._p.
ilobebs alrt oelt W alsha nMrs. Tal or.JaestAlnretkireWjakurIsAcde.eCrk"'basevident, c O t vin lIIe
I-n, --e,- ... am.amse... Jean T. St rilJesandr P i C-l emIpl ho Wihe teat. 4actuall y te r a cubrsdynge.T twll, ao uplar. il .t-e i,17a-
sae. erm o f;arm yrisksMrs.tRichrdtdin- Stnd morning the turtht-nretSrth success locuto___ri ei nalJa e o H,.ld-,
I ando, ,,,,h ,rIa g uest 'tOreg .rs. D al n knSand t ot.- I u-f ony's .uen. int. Kly' nd
ia raa. lM ra. and_ M rs.A.en .t6:WNt t WiJlblo e rnd scl ardedrc k.dAnd ton enlWowiygRaftreinI. Rn.o"
are teifrsoMr. and M rs.; and r e4of a o tc C r "S t" lous Jerao
o r r..n Mr. ....en wnurld i ta wuld p k e Lowe. FI r ee lildh h / V
I / lef' I. ..iI arF cit'sMs.eHeycament o uthe Wetod ri. "andmb!IIo n ,k eb rok and arld _____-F V __ etwroe or_
e LinTTM. eand Cohe ndhr IAint hemae the ontarat, but Soiu mtd ,okethesir e.wa Into te'. ,
three I Mc.ren-r-sailedyepray ; M ha lDvi U b d sa lll ledace the hearts ..of er on
rat tW. f Sher.. an M r s was c u s ohrev dummy.1Th e mintrel wap ud nm M n
or k olowiJ a visitoofsawCorrhis retiremenKeNov. 2. 0",ast.athrnaura..payeloew
n a t.oti...- 1n .l5OWa dshhM ring hatn f hic timee asa pa and dreth evd11 White. wit He n
boWinnhatsheldtJeatriukdrawingtCheekdirecnglthechorunWat ndtutoylCURTISoL.Ge.geTdJM. I ne
S-rvaeddanneaesmor n i ngOatGp Pb os, We futs tdnth nBucksPut ndgalst wihe
gfatttMrs. FraaklynS. Blanto, Ho. f a1.......i by fo.... dC oro decrer coul safely asti'sh"ow, lt loo as thoug Ithoend
rs. amnd-Mrs. .C- .neo f tMiss olta wl ste chrch se next o ard onid s la amonzm d losen,.homegron tal en'st.," andsthe
A sOo'...d.Mr. ,lN a;IMrs. Mr.aerie pn apd. dilgter;oano :' wa yers ld t he a e tf ulthf i-4-ouhladn't Y Elks.m- theGd* RLnROSAS.
....leartctIzen..Hancmrth to m an r nmn h ave eov ,,totM Castplans., to .ake uthem -
Min ..Li p au njk thra y toe t an annhal aefair.
JuWr IoMrs.io Albar to. sn A o. Mr Of CoAeaadcarcolas IV, sevennofeh e tntarts but ti.
three-hll ara. a sn d yelteroda.yMar- Thcfinaalrivisiocfofd one thel* CEC. H"NE.


-da s'J taI Governor wther ro n o heldtherik deek ng..heh.orusad .


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Tlh soard" of G0


fm, Albeto Aeman and Ms. A-; U I
a. and M Angel odri e; Dr Du Wi
and Mrs.Juan .Morales, Mr. and ,
Mrs. Julio C. Pedra; Mr and Mrs.
Jalme de Leon; Mr. and Mrs. To- W i a C
mas Gabriel Duque; Mr. and Mrs..
Jose Manuel Parede; Mr. and Mr,.
Roberto Motta Mrs. Iosaio Al-! .J
varado de,-Cerack: and Dr. and
Mnr. Aleiandro Perez Venero.
of white omantilly lace and pleated
tolle ober beavy aitppr satio. The


Swas similarly embroidelred and was
7 t attached to a tiny eoronet ofchan-
A tilly and tulle. Sh carried a show.
er bouqet e( white orchids.
SMiss Nivia Diaz, sister of the
brido, was her maid of honor, and
the bridesmaids were Miss Aurita
L Carbon, Miss Panama Delvalle,
Miss Marltza Van Hoorde, Miss
Maria Cristina Herrora. ndMiss
Patricia Cersick. W
Mr. Vlrglio de Lew servedd the
bridegroom as best man, and ush.
, en -weif Mr. John Albritton, Mr.
Cario s Iaz, Mr. Roberto Rosania.
...l.5 Mr. Olme_ Diazz. and Mr. Frank
...Um Aantp.,
Immaraffifay &HOlewig the core
Smouy, reLeptiwon wahed at the
Panama Golf Club.

. ynK r A in e who bas soft viit.
Bm lag oe~ sthrnms far several
| weeks wis l her mother, Mrs.


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epad wI lhe atld it inbe
pmM u, oi Friay. April 2. 1 4N
mberrlp Is liwhltd t a attnd.
wmrerii wlf em owe at 7:30 pAL.
W. W. WIUTE,


AIT Dog Food

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O-yer doo oa hinw tIe'mplee IMke
en*L*Ration = I known for, alus the new and
snmataiet odor-dintnspg beeftas of cblrophykuin-
al at no extra cota
Xen-L-Radsomwh cbeRqphyila n shteM breath and
body odor hbive la teawd proHi with dog
wnts* who asw aem Ka-L*matui brimp unblievable
N-la'
Start aduling Kea4-ndm Wday mad ow good-bye
to dog odos foreverI


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C&orodnmt couM bm lots of aClo .
phy ... ot all tooth pam as ve
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dose o Grge Jessel. He was on to TV Kim Stanley on in the twin ara d the
S every third show, or so it seemed. best stage and TV actresses FBI Joined the hunt bea ed.NW
But gradually the Jessel shows played through an entire *"D eral prIonedurt e He is s ltafandppea l for i

ing. His sponsors just axed the last hae sh ys "that I could picked up another aut.
Ao, Mamma, I'll be home Fortunately, she played a drunk- mae theis bsk when thei
oon" woman. Shows you that were released fro their cell to
.a brokenifot Sl a ilver ining. hea clea up the
With "Omnibus" off. air- 4y slusged u Allp e Patrick \ ..
and t wlar't ,a beemn Kelly and -forced an econd jagil
In it e o a mOt ofis W. Schtick, to open an out F
*36j~ w^ wi (S .TV` is re- sde door at the point of a
0sp d rIa t r ma afternooncrudely-made knife.

any seduWoai cos ndtl a X -ar The two federal prisoners were
"ly OSWALD JAOBt and Fed will s tart a nowProl oMur Jarvis, 2r, R Lmond. Id.
r social functions We called"The AericanWe'y ned anted another bank ero Donald ea




that wEdo not aDW how to playfl sV akoy" Matthewsa. 30, were own aC the r w aCgt b fme wheeln
S aitte hfr NEA Service "Mn o the Week" Will r move in,

a Cincinnati eforrspondent. arom c luelne Officials said the escape alp- know how she fel. They p
p a p b ss.Pular as a pAressBtl rR
ame at churchclub This will be ety torobbin twin clanderbern, a Aen "fourtime r An ngwte opened the
sad ether social functions. iWe fd Phil Silvers' friends and who loser" from St. Paul .erber ln f rsop n who geftsHR feeling
Isn't? but the happy comedian and another escper, Donald eu
that which I take. I no progrlly d V aoy Matthew on 30 were knotown a the er at and
Smart hand B ut I sold Se. v So a tin it," hesaid, Mutt aBefore fleeibandg, thes in r o-ed ar fullt racs on alon
k'w l ri thpade i wat heod e ertah tha is suler or next opened the cell of Volney Da-l with the at r king a house

kai w t a .fllC .pla f. of. A 'you' see those e big black a member of ifthe notorious was Bar-pet out of the racsacoyn.
afted for it. Latw th other to pogrear. J t ouse ayou re Faell, 20, F ort Riley,


y ers, I was faced with a imi- onth tu," he sa with a Ph.
It was probably wrong to lead Hedon like ars, you an t o round a "Jack n, oe otw men ubbe -




thi suit both times. We ahn't givaeo ott Benny-type format," with a "fae renchcoat" bandits whose PRINCEON'M .- (UP) -




definite answer on this int iy of characters." He himself
er trump to the third in a coved an u was robbing twinties Mrs. Allen neral wholow doesn'tte opened the
aons on leading that may help he's on the straight and ataandinow










Players of 500. e r the wiggly anl wide. Arrives
The declare usuat h as length "You knows wi arrive, with a Philmost New Ore fleng, the prisoners strold a full- raccoonalong
Ina parteular spade suiWhat sholdl erta h ler, sumthmer or next opened the cell of Volney Davis, with the c She's making a house
as in the trump at and his ledfail.And'yu'll ee. those. I've bigblck a member of te notori.......ou Bar- pet out of the raccoon.
s to draw trumps and thn st up eyeglasses who lover week, not ick- ustAA" l 5
ized for it.de sur on, with other "I don't believe un that once a
I. ayers, e was faced with a simi. month tuff," he said with Phil.pr
rlms aldo sltd ledn the eitLt *lversishI* i* hiseyes. "If UNIEDI COM PANYC





Sisasoi 'besultein "rit m. don't l do it do th way the' j
wronlh tnang times" the way ome across. NI F IT
S It was probably wrong to lead He'd like to work out a "Jack
that suit both times. We en't iv Benny-type format," with a "am-
a a definite answer on ths point s fly of characters." He himself
w- without knowmg all the facts but would play his specialty-a guy.Great White Fleet
we can make some general oaber- who doesn't particularly care if
,; various on leading that may help he's on the straight and narrow
S players of 500. r -r- wigelw Yoranwide.k Service Arrive
The declare usually has length MadelYou now,e Caollid, withl do a Phile- w Orleans Service Crtobal
in a particular side suit as well milversish leer. ..re's a little lar-
as in a thetrump s.k and his plannot con- allek draati sh own Mutual "YAQU"......... .. Apr



is to drew trump n mustard try t guess reiole, called "This Is the Story." "MAOKA ...... ......................April
his Barnerg side uit.The careers ta-they couldvery buyitheater,fS. "LEVERS END" ................ ..... .. .. i
p...ri.r should try to cooperate In mfthey like free tlckets;pI most ". "io ........................A ri
th plano e. 0 'thy parts ik 'Top Bau tna,' ,.S.,,S AOLA. ......................... a
W declare erbegins n or angel yet O body hated R lBUgRA $" a............... ... ..Apruil
I sour ausand then switch ~ tn ao or y *nd leSmed Chlled at' e le
'miultit should be eIS~.JlbJj I don't plan it Wi Way ;It's JustC
led y our own weakest sult, the de. ive doll ,ome across." ______ e










clarer will beneht p pront your "H come" -
Fl wtniep soul hvel nde ,c..Iting, So dnewu. a14. m Phil aners,. c a '






ithatli sild t ie bn apigood shape. wne er---vc A
arer wit tump and be. Store sweep around Broadway New York ...............................AM
S If declare, and your suhppn to Madeleine Car r s oft ice c abe melts Aneles and San Fra s a.ebl
in a t uimp k and cannot con m a.eek in ramedium oven. Show on Mutual
nue trup nto must try guess radio. cal.tled Thisy v s erbo Story." A man S.S. MAJOttle .....................................

Sometime leading an aM ce rtah t sqoande a rm aanin cida .I indl ka
Il".s if ht*e Is n th"r resou=Se .: -+."-,' A. S ... .
S prefer tohe lead a suit in(or worse ti head bruised beaten and bat- TELEPHONES:tobal to N
dots not bold m te aor the ace) is tha d Is sopped on the stler, asking
-If your guess is right, when Vyo for14 -_._Acn o d t
led your own weak suit, the do e dollars?" Murrays the pal CRISTOBAL _1 PANAMA COLON _
clarer will benet fro your tch beenOW come?" l l .
Sprompt action. If it is wrong, and 'Tmsurprisinqmy ife tonight,"peal nd trip farefrom CuoIbl to Nw I
"e your partner's long. sutis one. n the. tuto aild. ".'m tAng her out Sp+ l rn l tri f ronatean toNe e
bIch you have toe ace or king, to dinner." [Ae Angeles, SanFmanc~o and Seattle.
&*^mon will still be .n good shap e, -
A=- I ft itRll w trump and be- Storle sweep around Broaldway To New York............................... 0A
S I- and your suk p-faster tha.' P soft ice cobs melts To Los Angeles and San fraeisco........ 270"
4,,barrios .85 will then make in a medium oven. This onp is To Seattle..................
theas ..to set up his suit. bping.bald by everybody. A mana
T, e *'th leading an see w -l vO broken arms, bandaged
In the wpaeg suit (or, worse still head, bruised, beaten and bat-. TZLRONNS:
eadingwgy from the ace) is thmi tered Is stopped on the street by
Yalu h-.the opponents develop an olad pal.
suit when you should be help-l ".ya, Lucky," says the pal. ClUTO L2121 -1 PANAMA. 24M4 COLON 1@
Af -, your partner develop him suit..'"w ltcha been doim' lately?",
-4 tHvRIN WUItIN. lanetoss' something Forgotten iai Russ WIIITZU A .M
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luMCs reg9laneeUngof B Gat oped ata-large l ina n le snoouts to which he ob t *. 's
A- gt witht thir aftf to ahmch he obInto tedbat
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MARCH30 THROUO APRIL 3 '
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Automobile Row No. 38
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LEAVE VOUR AD WITH ONE OF OUk AOEfrIS4OUR IFICBSI? A ,
CA8A ZALDO &mew ftt*W de PRMAMO
Canirai Ave 1410 45 C= lAvA

FARMACIA LUBARDO La U,.. Vi" "O .N
Fourth ol atJuly Ave. Caps AMI .


TLE yANAMA AMERICAN
H Ara at Nn o7


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:- 25-cyce frigidaire re-
frigerator, all porceloin. House 111-
A.,Phone 5-206, Gotun.
SFORWSALE:-Blond dining set: Buf-
t6C *ropleaf table, eight choirs up-
holstered, also gas sto5e. Phone
Balboa 3708. ____
FOR SALE:-Leaving. Bargain, 25-
cycle oil porcelain refrigerator, bed-
rogm set. Call any time, 0840-G,
*Bblbo..____ ___
- :pJ SALE-.- Rattan furniture. Sim-
. mons bed. diningroom, Frigidaire,
ItOve. Leaving Isthmus. Phone 2-
2249. Panama.___
S. SALE -Set of gears and motor
S..for 25-cycle Easy washer. Spindrier,
4$30, Sears ironer. 25-cscle, $40,
rnahogany china closet. curved glass
sides, $20. 210-0, Pedro Miguel.
^Phonie 4-317. *..
R SALE: Late model General
Electric refrigeraotr, like new; gas
o, Good price. No. 2, 48th St.,

FR SALE:- Chest of drawers, re-
cently refinished. Any reasonable
offer accepted. A/lc Pugh, House
,54, Apt. 3, )io Porros.


FOR SAI.E
Boats & Motor.


FOl SALE: 16' boat with coblTi,
completely equipped and car heat-
er. Phone Gu ick 88-539.
FOR SALE:-1 1-foot boat with 3.6-
hp. outboard $110.00; also 4.5-hp.
Martin outboard completely rebuilt
this yeer $80.00. Albrook 4226

WANTED
S fMiscellaneous
SAiNTED: Ventilating fan, wall-
mounting, with capacity for large
It. re. F. Icazo & Co., Inc.

Help Wanted
WANTED:- HousewbrRer, responsi-
ble. experienced to sleep in.. Apply
* serweenr 11:30 a.mn.-12 noon at
S'6 TivaH Avenue. Apt. 11.,

v WANTED TO BUY
tVNTIE:-One stenotype machine;
.also one textbook. Call Balboa
%1829.

merican Legion

OH1Id. Birthday
m icC Sunday
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FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALI:--194 Chevrmlet ls dee
Deliver (light pa el tm *). ideal
for l fiery s se set, de-, 4
lIivemy Tervices h vehicle ia lt eos-
celleont coditon, will selafice feo
only $900.0. Duty Pmd. Cell GC-
leo 211 or CoI, 146 ., I
FOR SALE: Going Stateside Save
$600 on 1953 Ford like new, only
10 months old. '5700 easy miles.
V-8 Customline with Fordamotic &
w/s/w tires, undercoated. Phone
Albrook 6188. A_
FOR SALE: -, 1949 Mercury coupe
$650.00. Phone, .Ibrook 5237, Sgt.*
Willett. Building No. 810.
FOR SALE :-Olds 1947 Hydramatic
blue Tudor sedan. Good tires, radio,
seat-covers. Driven 2000 miles
since complete engine and Hydra-
maflc overhaul. Best cash offer.f
Saturday, Sunday and after duty
hours weekdays colt Albrook 6197
or Kobi, 4290, ______
FOR SALE: 1946 Dodge 2-door,
good condition, radio, heater, visor,
spotlight, Fluid drive, good tires.
5623-C, Diablo, 2-4483.
FOR SALE:- Buick 1946 super 4-
door sed4n. Perfect condition, clean.
Reasonable. 83-6175, Curundu.

WANTED
Automobile.
WANTED :-We buy for cash, stan-
dord geared 1951-52 4-door Chev,
role, In excellent condition. Ga-.
rage Elios. opposite Roosevelt Hotel,Y

FOR SALE
Real Estate
ST. PETERSBURG. FLORIDA is called
home by more Canal Zone families
than any other city in the U.S A. Force
information on a home to suit yourl
specifications write James F. Olive.i
c/o Robt. E. Leo. Realtor. 611 FtrntC
Ave. North. St. Petersburg, Fla. (33
yenrs of real estate eyoE.leno. j
FOR SALE:-BUILDING, suitable for
warehouse, shop. Corner 50th and
12th Streets, San Frqncisco. F, ca-
_za Co. .
FOR SALF.-Two lots in olf-Hei ts
at corner of Old Panama eod and/
Calle Antigua, facing oceon. Call
F. A. Raymond. Telephone 3-0023.F


Aflk We lUnkff,

Ex-Canil Employe,

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"fe Aerlc*n Legion. will cel- News of the. death March 9 In
ate l anniVersary with Clay-1 aSt.e. Georg. .C.. of Henr A'len
SP No. 7 sponsoring a Westendorff. well-known retired
n on April 4 at Summit r- Canal employee, was received
ens frm n a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday at Balboa Heights. Mr.
The nime-hot festival will In- Westendorff was 77 years old.
fde tres beer, free soda, door Born in Charleston, B.C.. Mr.
u,?, pony rides and various Westendorff worked for several
other picnic highlight. yeam with what is now the At-
S- lantie Coast Line Railroad be-
-0 ,fo00 R d fare coming to the Caoal Zone
WUO Reds in Wovember, 1912.
He worked continuously with
(Co obnued fram Page 1) the Isthmian Canal Commission
vbe the free world that it must until the new organatlon was
Idaintain without letup its eco- formed, transferred to the per-
m diplomatc an miit anen Canal organisation, and
nomic. diplomatic an d.miitary *r9ed without a break as a fore-
programs against Communism, man painter n the Mechanicalor
particularly In the far east. nter l the Mchanical
. Thesecretary also will outline Dlvision.
the possible dangers Red Since his retirement In 19M,
Skery the Ales can expect Mr. and Mrs Westendorff had
Meet when they sit down at lived in St. George where they
e Geneva bargaining table A- operated a tourist home.
X 20. During his long residence oit
Dulles' address will be before the Isthmus he was active in
tO Overseas Press Club In New Masonic affairs. He was a life
Wk. member of Abou Saad-Temple in
Balboa and of the York Rite
iWith Communist forces creep- body, as well as an Masonic or-
eloser to the French fortress ganizationa in Jacksonville Fla.
DBliena Phu. President El- and Charleston.
sent messages to Mr. Westendorff is survived
sident Rene Coty and by his wife a daughter, Mrs. FP.
N ,m Empror Bao Dal ex- L. Nosworthy. of Cocoa, Florida;
the profound admira- one son, James W.: two grand-
himself and "millions of children and a number of nieces
coa ltrymen" for the "brave and nephews.
reutareful fight" being
d by French and native
ps s iN the Reds. LEGAL NOTICE
e Pedent asked that his UTED STATE C
dishes" be conveyed to the UNITED STAT ISTCT COURT
commander of the ",al- R THE DISTRICT Of THE
t arrisoh of Dien Blen Phn. CANAL ON
*Ass Secretary of State Walter Blb" ~ Divi .
SRobertson said In an Ipter- IN THE IMATTE'rF T IF ESTATE
ew on the Gannett News Berv- or
radio program. "Caoital Me- N.FRANK .- MAULDIN. Depaell d
that the United States wil 2,1hra, ppllatatenm a Tomta
.make anv "danwerosUa or eofarr masm..... ao.^ou"rt
once ssions" to the Corn-m n1Or Chia f B.e4ame.
iM1atat 1t Oeneva In an effort ina nre .h -prbso Ushe. wi elf
end the Indochina war. FRANK n. MAULDIN. deoersed ad for
I-v'imn- e aof let ters tamaetary to Sa-m.
W -Frth ench are anxious m'i It. Ma11udle or f aeslent or f..f.
| f i.h wr.. t mI"' m child o* deadmr*l aq filed
n aplemienlt of Uie war At in ih, Court a oNe t 17. 19(4 and tht
V Ctwt anfd jsnme Amer- Aril tes as .'elo'k &.. in the
d ear they wnv may Cnuroim. of thi co r at Ant on. Caacl
i~mri en d Red Chlnese s lidettrn S.*bloat farlif hmday T.
fora truce on =or- so nom isoat ted appea r&ad osute
Storm. the name. and *hba nute. If say. why
fi-t'i1 ektleeni lead- ,Sld ettile. ,healmn .t e wated..
i de M OP lead-tch IT 11 4.
W.Itam V. mwaCnd Ca C. T. CriChk. J,.
b s warn c the admin- ,SEALI Cleh of Court.
_.." hat th e OeLva con- H e .
MS 111SS ^jmty, cloc


MISCELLANEOUS.I


DR. WENDEHAKE MEDICAL CLINIC
Control Avenue, "K" Street Corner
Telephone 2-3479 Panama.

FOR SALE

PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS EMPTY MITAL DRUMS
AND EMPTY SACKS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening In public. will
be received until 3:00 p.m., April I5,
1954, in the office of the General
Manager, Commissary Division, Mount
Hope, Canal Zone for 300 only emp-
ty metal drums and 5,000 only empty
potato socks located at the Commis-
sory Division LndustrIkl Labordtory
and Cold Storage Plant, respectively,
Mouot Hope. Invitation No. 10 may
be obtained frnm the office of the
Supply Director, Balboa Heights or
from the office of the General Man-
ager, Commissary Division, Mount
Hope, tefepHone 3-2653 ..


FOR SALE: --- Electrolux vi c u u m
cleaner, practically new with ol at-
tachments, including cord winder
and attachment holder; new KAoak
Pony 1.35 comeo, ease and flash.
Phone Ponbom.'3-2732._
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS VARIOUS ITIMS FOR SALE
Seoled bids. for opening in public, will
be received until 10:30.o.m.. April 13,
1954, in th office, of Superintendent
of Storehouses, Balboa, for electric
blowers, buckets, ii'r compressor,
crane truck, drills, diesel engine, met-
ol spray g u n, engineers' levels and
tronsits, loader attachment, wood-
working machines, testing point dur.
ability machine water meters, motors,
lawn mower, electric lighting plants.
pumps, thinner stake, tank. tractor and
fire fighting' trailer located at Section
"I." Balboa Storehouse, telephone 2-
2720j coffee urns, chain hoists, axes.
buckets, pipe and pipe couplings, se-
don, jractors and gate elves located
in th4 "390" Area, Balbo*" cords, air
compressor and trecters located at the
Cristobal Storehouse, telephone 3-
1265. Invitation No, 7r moy be ob-
tained from ite *above soUrces.'or frpnr
office of Superintendent of Store-
houses, telephone 2-1815.
FOR SALE:- G.s. "obie sdio $15;
Westingh 'jge afrletw,. 25,-cychl
$40; t.p- female Cbgiers. house.
broken, one red, yuan $35, oAe
black, t year $25. Clayton 3149.
FOR SALE: "TROPIK SHOWER"
water heater. Wednesday, 31st; is
lost day of $9.50 introductory of-
fer. Regular price $15 00. Phone
Inowi 2-1326, Radio. Colidenia,
126 Central Avenue.

Sand Fork's Jail
Sold For $231; No
Inmate For 20 Yrs.
SAND ORK, W. Va., March
29 (UIP)-The town Jail was sold
at auction for .231 today because
It hadn't held a prisoner in 20
years.
Glen brIngston. local oil pros-
pector, bought the Jail but he
didn't sa8 what it would be used
for.
About i0 prospective buyers
turned out to bkid on the little
white building near the center
of this town of 275 peaceful per-
auns.


Mayor C, M. Johnson acted
auctioneer, trying to squeeze
the highest possible price for t
rtmun-down, two-room hooseg
for the benefit of Sand Fi
streets. This $231 will be used
road repairs.


The town officials rented the
building as a dwelling for sev-
eral year,. but the last tenant
left some time ago.
'We used to have a drunk In
the Jail once in a while, but that
was a long time ago," store man-
ager Ray Jones. a member of the
Town Council, said.
Jones said Sand Fork doesn't
even have a police department.
"We appointed a Town Mar-
shal a couple of years ago. just
to fill out the books. But we
don't even have that now.'
Mayor Johnson summed it up
This Is a good community."
Ihe said. "Everybody lives peace-


Leal Notice
UNITED I TAT= DISTRICT COURt
IF MTHS iSRICT OF THI
CANAL ZOMN
so*" ofDIIwe.
Iei. t1IN, Pebete
IN TL MeATlR OF THE ETATE
/IOT?1 OG' TIME lETVo n3 PROVIG
WILL AND HEARING APPLICATION
N"..'L1 0 herebY give. SOt a P.l-
Fi 1.,- tj WO teof f t illf of A.oe
Nathailel Finmed. de esmd: and for, he
iaaw af l-weo admals .* e Vp
larur eUarh II 11r54. and that Apr
to areU'be b t eari ng meld pe.
ham ad whey ayr m ia-
m W appear and ee ftet the
Pi clbw eagnl. Vay. w "Id
tabohM Net he m mtkl
Ikqla sam- c-1i 30.. I" Maro


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RESORTS
WILLIAMV &eec CtoMe ech Cot'
f=oes. condm wersl, meinuem,
nem bkoeom low050 ace .
weMknds.,
Pfilpe. OcameMioe Mtaem SenB
Clare, Bo 485, *ol Phone
m 4.877.163.


Foter. Cotteoeew One mile -O
Sant a CbRm. -; bring your
|in|m-. L Phs olbk" I a


Gramlch Sant Cro fBch cottOio
electric efrlgftion, go. st a s
moderato ra. Phoe 6-441 er
4-567.

FOR RENT
fRiousm


FOR RENT: -= Chalet: 4 bedrooms.,
livingroom. diningroom, kitchen,
garage and large yard. 150.00..
52nd Street No. 1.5. Telephone 3-
2229 during office hours. Caretak-
or across the stret.


:OR RENT:-Furnijhed resideace, No.
36 Cuba Avenue: 4 bedroomm 3
bathrooms, lvingrooma diningroom,
kitchen, receiving room, bar, maid's
room, grnge. Telephone 3-34 a or
3-5172


FOR RENT:-Luxurtou, cool, unfur-
nTshed 3-bedroom penthouse in fine.
residential district, Abundant closet
space, nmoid's mom, etc. Call 2-
1661 during office hours.
FOR RENT.-3-bedroom chalet both-
room, laundry room, 2 porches.
fenced yard. First Avenu6 No. 4,
Sait Francisco.
FOR RENT: Furhished chalet, 2
rooms and garage. 6th Avenue No.
14. Coc del Mar, San Francisco.

FOR RENT
A m rtauas


ATTDfN N I. Just buit rwodeA
p.. eee t, aem twe
bedroom., hot, cold woer. Tel.
ephane Panome 3.4941.
FOR RENT: Moderm ju pointed
apartment: livln-iningroom, two
bedroom, hpt water, etuMts, go-
rage. Justo Aroemena 97. top floor.
FOR RENT: Modfn 2.-bqm
aariment.wlt! Itvkwi and 'liIo-
room. kitchen, md's .re-& nd
both in El Congrejo, neiawigo od
of Hotel El Panama. For further
particulars pleod call 3-4968.
FOR RENT.-Two-bedroom fumrised
apartmtnt. one aolr-conditioned, eg
Perei.l Street. Call 3-1277.


FOR RENT: Two-bedroom opart-
ment, living and dininl)oOm, ga.
rage. maid's room. Champsaur, T1el.
2-2419-..
FOR RENT:-Lorge.I fne 2-bedroo
unfurnished apartment, 2 both-
rooms. Best residential district. Call
2-1661 during office hours,
FOR RENT:- Small apartment and
office Ithird house on street adjoin-
ing Hotel El Ponamo). Moderately
Priced. Apply Foto Halc6n Inext
door). Telephone 3-1179 or 3-
2407
FOR RENT: N'ce furnished apart-
ment with refrigerator and gos
stove. Military inspected. Via Por-
ras No. 99
FOR RENT One-bedroom. apart-
ment, completely furnished, two-.
bedroom furnished. Available Ap.il
15. Tel. 3-4911, Household Ex-
change.
FOR RENT Two-bedroom apart-
ment, nice and cool. screened, un-
furnished. 3rd Street, Son FrAncis-
co. Telephone ialboo 1464


_ow FOR RENT -2 months, one-bedri
ork furnished apartment. Call 3-1
for or 3-3474.


FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
FOR RENT:-BUILDING, suitable for
warehouse, shop. Corner 50th and
12th Streets, San Francisco. F. Ica-
zo Co.

FOR RENT
___ Room


FOR RENT:-Furnished room to n
ried couple without children, %
kitchen privilege. Tel. 3-5099.


wirn I


FOR RENT -In Bella Vis't. beauti-
fully furnished large room. kitchen,
privilege. Ave. Mexico 69, near
43rd St.. Phone 3-0553.
FOR RENT -Nicely furnished, large.
clean, cool room. All modern con-
veniencet & good neighborhood
Peru Ave. No. 65, lower left.

Legal Notice
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Babee DIle*m
IN THE MATTER OF TH ESTATE OF
IEDWARD C. TdWNSENDD. gD Masi
N. 9199. Pmbehft
W. TICE o TIME SET 10i PRoYaM
WILt. AND 1EAKBG APPULICATIM
FOB LETTERl1 TESTAM3WNTARY
NOTICT. tih hert*r *et vau hut
ion fnr t he abate of lbe wIll Or Bd.
'Wrdl C Tnwansd. deeased: eud fw tL
iuin-u of letter TmmeutMare to .
ry T-uad wag fle itol t ltk cM
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154 at S Ioefk M.i, hi is. CMearm
Of 'hit Comm' t Aneaem, Ca-l ege. m-
be% at lot thr hmarhat *e if a eti.,
May aP-ar a ndma owt the same. &"
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Protests Expected
WASUlOTON, Marh' 29 (UCP)
--Inbrmed sources rqevaled, to-
day that President Eisenhower
his decided 4n ask Congress to
cut tariff* even'though the move
is likely to kick off a major pol-
itical squall.
Mr. Eisenhower called his con-
ressional leaders to the White
Rouse this morning for a preview
of the proposal and the overall
forei trade program he is ex-
peted to outfine In a special mes-
,sage, to Congress this week.
Summoned especially for the
was larence B. Randall,
M e chairman and head
President's Bipartisan
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memberaip in tbe worM _iai -
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dbre without the supprtof *.1
opinion in the United Stas:
said. That is a simple etatemI
of fact. Let no one who bohI fte
U. N. dear lose sight of th at
fact." Wiley said he oppoeed ad.
mission of RedChina the U.N.
because:
1. It is impossible to by peace
and security by apes n a a
gressor economncaul ltarily r
politically. h .
2. Red China should aet be
lowed to shoot her way into
U. N. or recognition by Waah*.
ton because the U. S. hold 'not
turn her back on proven alii
such as Nationalist China or South
Korea.
3. Th highest military echelons
of the S. government have de-
termined th. maintenance of a
free Formosa, the seat of the Chi-
nese Natioalist governumtt, .4
essential -to the security of hois
nation and of the entire Pacific.


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(UP) Congresbional,ated.6 Ut I ber ed ,in ~i t fA a
authorities predistes tedy dod=u surroundM 'phL
aEST ACTO--Will at4 Holden admires the Oscar he received that "ecenomi al nbempetltv to e neutrons, hem neeutu om
"~1 953 for his role in 'Stalag 17." atomic pwer will be litya fiuslorD from
as the best actor of 195 for his role in "Btalag 17." The nthe itedStateswthlli the may be = le .to .
award was made at the Pantages Theatre in Hollywood which hat 1t yr. 1ngl e ato fue
was packe.ed witcelebrities"
was packed with celebrities. And even before the. atom's lum, than It o n's at
I fantastically reht en Is to be in OpCCtte w
,used to run industries and i t .At tbe'ErIn "wIt,
Ur |cities it this country, they aid, $40,000 000 be.at ur
nuclear power will be eonat the Idaho at
A de Hepb urn call attractive In other part an eiladae -b b
of the 'World less richly endowed a version of the had B Ajr
0 e with. cpal and other convention- which already, l was Ina I
a. fuet n al.l perhnental way, h"e w1suarmrb
-Also; Ges ny' Blly exporting the means of tuel hin amount- equal those
S nations. tese congrssmen sasd, new fuel either t ou f ot118 0 t nlhoW
r W rk atomic power can become "a 4houm. Its startup It scheduled his pre
or Stage Work tentil tument of U.S. for- for 198. th ti
sign policy" In the global strug. Homogeneous raotor coat- lol
SNEW YORK, March 29 (UP gle betweRthe Communist Eat inWo000,00 to be bullt at the than was a
Audrey Hepburn had a Tony and the g West. O Rqkde (Tdan.) national la- I elbourne,
medallion for her stage work to. These dletions were made bO r. It will be a bigger vr- fea l L MaIrl e
day to place beside the Oscar In a report by the research and saon of a similar on defense to the A
she received from Hollywood developmsat subcommittee of ed at Oak Ridge u atom government, M toda
t Thursday. the House-Senate Atomic En fuel n a solution which Is con- the hdroen bomb w "terri
The eighth annual Antoinette ery eamittee on a five-year ti nuiy purified .a it "burns." rm and caUed orn interna-
Perry wards dinner .t the Pla- reacteprogram recently This reactor 1 to into o conference to regulate its
s Hotel last night honored the I nebaedbNthe Atoamie Zner- ration in the aumn=m of. 19 use.
#tar for her work In the Jean Commielon. A later version, designed to con- always thought the atom
Oiraudou play. "Ondne." The subcommittee, headed by vert thorlum into fllonable bombs a devatn
"The Teahouse of the August Rep. Carl Hinshaw (RrCal.) dis.- l i scheduled fOe com- but tb H-bomb Is terr~
dMoon" by John Patrick, was closed that the ro will aot Neo m hea. i u a n ra
rrnitd as the outata dlng an estimated tom Thi wh L 8- iad not asa Oa
lai puOlay" and "1msmeV' by includes .$5Oo, fe'r a full e An 6 l ha
ICharles Led.erer, Lur ADavll1 atomIc AWr plant to bw thn t s toa at where
rest, as the outstandin musical e- il t Xb i t
_s o?5Zn 5 addition to thin fc.dr her ---Lg-- '* b--- t, -;-d., -.W
David Wayne won a Tony In plank rf rgt tm forc, .
the dramat ic malestar te tyr for de reso- n prs A aeama-
lr his acting in "Teahouse." to t differentt desl aIe. Some n g.to n e .a ,,,1 _he rthered I d treg
Awards to stars in musicals Of the dpidfr lv pls of confrena n with his adv on ileeas wln"eh '
went to Alfred Rk 0 of "Kismet" Il e-fol 0 .ato0@ uel re o uru- eni i a I t "-
and Dolores Gray of the long- fe d-folO by ranuto pres-
defunct 'Carnival In Flanders." e ont mern d W est Germ ry gs Pea ce
Sthorlum Intofllonable.types ofrw t ermany pa gns Peace
; Jdrey plbu. holds J I- Aa u Mihr mi pi nt home 's
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i doing a play. K 10C Arab s At oner tom Ia eovaPe t BONe Germany, tarch s9 -h uo e tn rlem sat r
n w rhour atomic poawnercman com- Th PrWstl Oer man Presidentmean dn -a.e.t






or drastic revision o f ore stru attackrs to the raer threeree yearsl pn o veeny baltehou armye est dahat e l
oEno ah RUSALEM, March 29 (n) pete with other kinds in many a t n u u st eo l he unt the ti dat l on
that P at Wa Jordan charged Israelis fuel-hungry foreign fountr. aTWet aeropp pea c contracts b ow t edthmgm
-ela Jordn cbe widely Ctompettiive hene the and th.e muropean Ary ;VAlo t a _e.L s
Drove tacros the obo der and as- be wde co competitive re t t ty c at ea
t en wi ri uted the oan l a e o the
hlt the Jordaia vllage of cost would have to drop. to h and tlY he" mbto ebarteI
Se tta on Nahalin toay Ina qibya-lne n three-fourths of a cent. I wae Eltean f inastepth t eatyo mm t art m ongm.re
attd Wenbeaedilefe th ar e a enditure of $i ,500,000 a year for old enemies in a anti-Co- tio both M i
Sand wounded 16 before the five ear on reactor research .munit dense mbloc. e with Oserut iU
S f wase rep r a rS.i tra goni beato them bt and deveopmentand or the h French -conlceive Euro-nmifed
1i t rv io charged the sraeli eandtr elopmret ad for these r i ao e E uro-ae f e
Jrun u charge tle rtht reactor plants: Rean Army pact provides for n a .I eanwuhlr, a ll hdatbe
foarc 2 0fstruack the village three The full-scale plant to be 500,000-man Oerm army a that the a seae t
29 (UP) f nide the Jordan near built at Pittsburgh by the D .- P f or.a. uemalan u army today thatfte r alonaill
.Iimn aid Te mull epa of unified European s tn the transfomaton
U. P s*gn Air Chief Harold E. Bethlehem at midnight carrying e e buit Power and Light Co ., rc.ut before Germany can Ea t Germa in
U m- ned alks with Brit- mines and explosive which with an atomic 'furnace" made begin actual con srption, the demo n" at the ov l oam
In and France today on Amer-.they tried to plant In homes by the Westinghouse Electric treaty must be ratified. by al oCommuy at PtS tycn"
waibnetor t reased an the vilmnge moque. Carps Dlquesne. which will use Rix members with Italy andl opening tomorrow.
Senad th I50,000,00 to the crucial tests.d
its of Jordan's Arab LeonLeIN total cost. It will be The peace agreements gran aL d
Stpase ted as inge gad to the Irees flhand uf $ 0,0 totecr test.
tsn was reported rad to the r.cuI atin orerment at least West Germany almost complete Geransi n Krh OmW' een-
Lora drastic revision of th tlq attackers to the order In three earse r
Britshplan to ease the stratWgiCe running gun battle that This plant has the east still must follw tho e u nit .e The conr t Btin
inbgo on exports o Rusa raged for one and one-half roiWe" of the five for the nf- States and Borita in In pp aow
S or European satellites. hours, Jordanian officials said. tre tt is the one that can them. Lst Thursda the SoV al mt bos
qu ckl on the basis of gran ted ita a ti In.... i...
It wonunderstood that a ,Jordan counted ten A prau t ly nrant "soveregniy" to tFascomes a rthles n -
Is understood thaetl dead In aahlan Innudin o nt tnnolo.. and i tI of oermin i. ut occupation troop' month purge of 100,000.I-fl
s Mniwe woman, six Nationi uu exported o remaiIn both zone.ember
nhu ri e w a men womand thro Arab cLegion- relations under President Chancellor Konrad Adenaue' er. J
'hu* -- at a eel .e-lih>aevet en and thrc A.,b Leg ion- ,s e ve ...... .... ...
Sint I nalres. Israsli casua tia we a re 0ee de toknow predicted dthee t a-
alst teaenkno..Ieatei b twain !ran.e and Ge.rmanyV .p ents:
tmrapte1 fi5 suchcountries IU Power proposed today that he ann
It was the b ttee t etcomoetitive.- 1. AnnFirecd that ful
on.th uneasy HolyLand French Foern Minister Georr ges- J BL
9gssedon.t unuwal.aoe5aadooei"'. a,0Is rae i ares A 817,000,0" AboU w Bidault meet "ere vEaster" for control ofS l nrweIN-
en was ccompanied t she sthe, dan townaeifoceo tobe builtbytheanother round of talks on the firmly in theha.q ofL ReM
toda Ms oAeninr megtone byi vice smashed the Jordan togn Aonal labor- Saar problem.0munists.
er Delany, his deputy Qba Oct. 14 in & op As M- It will cut costs. by;. Probable m b tquehoml e.I
a-W of adlmnl .tl.g the E sauit that drew dawn formal minx steam directly for The ox members of the r-the the aleelsw L"f. wta8
11% i*' which cuts off aid tO United Nations cnsur on eIon a turbine Idstead tf pean Defense Communlty are "boargeiWa" tr' alb
S forbidden goods Isfrael. emp oyn! complicaed "heat West Germany. France. Italy, Rast zone sMoE -
w w--trasf-"er"sstem.ExperimentsHolland, Belgium and si- L meolfe fatgere
,buVdcted at (he Idaho e- hour. bct, beaditi4
teststton in 195p prove Hollandt the only nat Communists bostuo t m
that such a remaer controls It- which- has approved the EDC powerful snge igue ior at
rfL e-R ientfley elfi automatically. making a alld deposited it-, Instruments of Germany.
or- dmgerouus "runaway" hnposia- ratification with the French
-ItI to be completed In Foreign Ministry at Paris. Ger-
1V. many OXtects to ake that s t aopd
"-,ASHINGTQ ."March 29 -- 1. A sodium-graphite reactor immediately. a.
O hP.InM D DeXtm. to be built by North American Both houes of Belgium's a
M osAviation. Inc., esUmated cost: lament have passed the W, lr .,
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