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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00341
 Material Information
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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00341
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S elved rfesntly i the CAR M iMi for Panama:
mail er fSr A11. Maryland
I w r to express my thnka -orLor B sending me the two
I lettR I for ..f n hOperarl nrcls I sent through
ap leutouVais s Oea ..,a d ok*dMary
4-. pI f there. cldd do. ad l 0Mat ,hatlhaverecived
Ste t and was mot whed to hear from the am.per
o f tx OULI w9i aL -.deoghted to get an air
well for ma Sabright Sunday moitn In the thirties, my hus-
bandanod I have walked down from our quarters on Quarry
ileita before brefast In the earlY q ingcoilnes to buy a
V apoer nlanh a n And then I tHU tree-shaded square
sAnon while he read the d

the beauty of Panama' and only wish I could see
Sore the jblue, blue sa and andte pUlk frangipa
in the ourt, the and all ibo Height
a"ialw ly k aue of treeu below it. Mad the wonderfully
at m te0ful veow off t Aador. al of which we
e S SAD MoU Cinour tour of duty nearly te years there
h tS 181sed that e0me of my parcels went to the poor of
,aro, ot d Is, or ertably was, so very high there for
t ONt I waei boola n e much some of my par-
me-eTklako again for your trouble and
I-h ateId d lM me hope OU aSWoj
S. t Joei.e of .Ut5.l and .sea, of flowering
S; t aSunae of theS in the locks as I did once.
Allgod wish and thank yoau.
(M.r. Philip T. Post)


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.O...t.th? WeWe bn thr t of people presently fighttnI
m... Itw t, be gaVr 6 stupid and the disloyal
v tibMany IAr against McCarthY, howI
About. feAhim. Oth eOr o hae vised that they have
S- rtle but not one of them has been

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The Soviet fa to a slbtv
Ume-table of LbToaib v lt
called their thedwld~
command together it we for d. a
secret session in Vienna.
Uve Bureau of the World Fe4era-
tion of Trade Upons" the Com-
munist Internatioal labor chiefs
first gathered offlclallon Mar..
for their hush-hib bHient ona ow
to spread th e ha.
The Soviet dlegation waI led by
N.. Shvenruk, hrirman of tlhe
AU-Union aerial CoMicil of Trade
Unions; L.N. l ovyv. and V. I.
Derezin a very tough Tovarih,
They directed what ofeially
went on the books as ti zxeu-
Uive Bureau's a th e m iThey
were epeelcldy concerned wit
brie ing Guipe tDi Vittarlo boss
of Italan fb Alal. D Lepi,
their comm la" for rrop ; LIl
Nyl-yu, courier for the te
Chinee who po propaganda into
Southern Asia Comrade Brande-
ean of Hollaad-and several spe-
cIlallsts from our owr bhemisphere.

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smoothly In atRtimla and the
Caribbean. There was, of course ,
that dashing Mexilean, LoAbardo
Toedano. Las .Pa,, of Cuba
and Senor Lucheul of all.
Nothing's galed by Uii te.
general s4cretarles the bidlvdl.
laIl International unlon-but' they
were there, including thoe whtl
winU, in turn, brief the handful of
stratex& lly placed CoAmunlst-
Centro unloft in the U. L
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fare, but the eaa wh. trueed thk anyth at die that d%. M al.-
'a motib to ma t I n a tie letter you will M e pt up tie usual
reosthumt owars Nr oWk .iite-hird, II .. . g
deI eiMtranee u n t mae mei in n tbe i .- i.a.ihn e eltl and
coss ak saa memo and c I ena la our Aft"
Iay- lo .. A" m.an l l i amt -pt but
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regulate K *t k h ofthe ay. Yt the.d wIN
time has e wt oa destaat in the aver A bad J c 6t Mw.
of the dta th the 4an wityWill ;, *, asool a a
en ted Iage y c and thie e looked a
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rp, gands eUia on May Day, our tropical we boxas the men i at lunch.. .m rsbb. t irate i nev
wlens f or d-wide demonstra- still ust wear eat and na-le a ty nodsierly "Poor me ,-a-iZe
tions were minutely worked out for and lon g pants. -,a Cileutta or notn"We, e n i itoauUI ,.t... d A i went mat bacok ard _quatic
45 Baseball teams -ecaus. the, o.Ha ngoMarv
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4? TrrUioai food Japan slightly raptmman-ve the vielti na ehe
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being shSbn with N tmn homas So.. broa.dm" mt it ft To f ai A.
nickname up petal atom le cl A el in s nut D n. w n enud t. ,he art .tb ,

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c te oamed the Un althouD, r.mlthe ioll e, (she di led liha r;-f rliat .Iy buly tai c 1sIn .,. Lovely Je Adam.i now/ D. the Trum .l la. ,- ii .ia

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UI, aeAtomin e n ReOCame Ier -a iost C ium say ra no ty r.. -- . rogieya ... Pt En r al ,
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w SpMeed Swtly toe sy uini& y gh, rtbp uins Di'Poi! u e 16 a The? there
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T4 lasI ho sle pt too l4rsoIn thi TheCor. eb e tnet mo h Dlp as .pro

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M AWAY This spectacular photo shows a Navy Banshee Jet bursting Into
and breaking in two while landing on the carrier U.S. Oriskany some-
Ocean. The pilot, Lt. F. J. Repp, 34, of Waukegan, Il., who miraculously
.be from the cockpit with the aid of fire-fighting personnel No casualtiUe

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mtter froMa a working wife: "I
a been reading with sympathy
letters from your women read-
who complain, and Justly so,
A their husband do not love
W enough to support them and
r tolerate them because, they
e a salary check coming in.
or even years I. had his
n mistreate feeling gnawing
we me, makng me an unhap-
'old-before-my-time' grouch.
ftnall on .day I decided to
Womeblng about the situation
tad 9f just' worrying *about it
led a d the worst t o that
d happen to me was to lose
husbandd if I quit my job. But
ag ahleady so miserable that
lured losing my husband would
add muca to my mi So
I had a rt-tohea
my husband and tod

Jewish Passover Holiday To Be

Ushered In At Tivoli April 17

The Passover holiday, known parted will be recited during the
as the Festival of Freedom. cele- April 25 morning service.
brated by Jews throughout the similar Passover services are
world, will be ushered in with being held under the auspices of
the additional Seder to be held the National Jewish Welfare
Saturday, April 1', at 6:30 p.m. Board wherever personnel of the
at the Tivoli guest house under Armed Forces are stationed
the auspices of the National both in the United States and
Jewish Welfare Board. overseas.
As in previous years, members
of the Jewish faith of the Armed
Forces and their families will be
guests of the Natlozal JWB.
Civilians who wish to attend the
Sender may make reservations by THE SAV
contacting s the UO-JWB Armed
Forces Bervice Center. telephone
- ,alboa 1072, before April 14, Guars
The traditional Passover holl- I
day which is observed for eight Pays 2% Interest Annlt
days. commemorates the deliver-
ance of the children of IErael
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*.IBjag *- lllm "g< VALen an -
tAt h- The Canal Zone will extend home
C O t 9...,..w... w as that we really could hospitality to service personnel
my1 wu *:e s. .8 ma .d a husband di d the West he could Schgye Wiznitzer of Panama
.... ,--" W A.. '. dh-was oue n i ito waste City,. a member of the Panama
S,- s e,,,M.S? .. @- we.- ... MO .ybut VW Amount Of money Canal Zone JWB Armed Services
'I .tL4 tSoS See suppl .our actual needs Committee, is home hospitality
.. w wNe ve.n I a was sadly m. chairman for the Pacific side,
..... 1. and Harry Krls, chairman ofhe
s-ia.l0= fo. a"2 % AlEe -- .-.e Wyis o t Atlantic Sector JWB Armed
esnOt IIe -f o s t h The Yearr C mos o ehe
ia *. m. 0--- The ea Services Committee, will arrange
-d "-S we, had another talk and it lantic side of the Isthmus.
SH VMr wasagred .a wogid work six Memoranda have been issued
*ma sm a ( mamoS B- alota of the year and take by Headquartera U. S. Army Ca-
IMu -_ -. A. W, idz month off. This has worked ribbean Headquarters Cartb-
S ........ pa out beautifully. When I am wrk- bean A ir Command+ and Head-
r Novem: in ******* in we concentrate on paying up quarters 15th Naval District au-
an' -em: m. ".. tour bills eand I uspm n thoriin all unit commanders
MAL mhil. C u: b P.. 0 Twin aiN i. 4lo w0 0", to save enough. to have spending t ato in making it possible
Tea cb: TVa >n w e ...?..*..... 1- ag mobne for the time I am not work- for all personnel of the Jewish
** ritdbw Deot: Y pD. 70a*B to attend the Passover Services.
S- I don't, now whether I will -con Passover services will be con-
W. 5 saw d -edesa- .Sa mL".-ff -- L
m :SA an 0 tio w to get t par ductedby Rabbi Nathan Witin
mz xi s.Lmt5 -- lime J15. when tngs t sat the USO-IWE Armed Forces
iW= 4 5: d IW O aly, Ireayaeaevice Center in Balboa. The
Ndal Noveals 565 SMd ,mJa y b tmy em Oy schedule isa U follows:
SCh, .r w : a L a n In I backthe next time I am Sunday. April 18, at 9 a.m. and
S- -- to to work. 6:30 p.m. Monday 9 a.m. Friday
awHh TDA oE3 aMi ca more thing about the un- 7:30 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m. and
Sa oM.: T:15 pm. eO Nam un used-to-be' attitude. I used 7:30 p.m. Sunday. April 25 9 a.m.
o p.m. en t ever though I wa Memorial Services for the de-1.
a 0" . S. had t go along just the same as
am LAW or soone co100. M It= I was unemployed. I was too -
iUi5 b~SM'lSSM '*'M *a a a.k Mas *aw g.1 Md (stubborn, really) to ask my
VAg a. me aaainas st himbcause he didn't
VAL=@, 8 do"whaI d wt I consider my

S B a m. ? par at depend on him to do hias
S=d X 010 11-" T ," p l is perfectly willing, and
j * Mtis.: 4156 pM- 11q16 Sr5ts *^ em. SIN nmm wo together in harmony in
am... AV. .NEW h
I 'Study aub: 7I p.m l I .... ... :15 a?. there's how ooe. unhappy
.. wirknag wife solved her own prab-
mucCLA_' ,_ ---s dlam.. IHer Solutiotl may not suit
.,Y,.I, p.o.*.. .Am grude against your hu"b.d be-
a=: sm 7 pa =set.- a J.I .a IN L cause you have to help
go""x ed m "NWalvsm : oe I pnA pa. n m : m your, marriage, face thesit
l_ s..arlase f yo can't work
.I* 5 n lS h l: USM p1.e n 'Mh, .'; out a io that will be satisfac-e
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deposits ore accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
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documents, in 4 different sizes.

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New Orleans Serice

. "LA PLATA" ................ ...........April 5
'' 8... "LEVERS BEND" ...........................April 9
*&SM. "-IrAOLA" .....--- ...............:: ..April
8.8"( .B.A8" ...................... .....April 19
HandflBs Eefrwlerxwed Chilled end Gayal Cais

New York Service


8.. "MAJORKA" ............................ Aprl. *

Weekly msllang of twelve passenger ships to New Torgl,
New Orleans. Los Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

fSpelat found trip fares from Cristebal to New York. ;
Lee Angeles, San Francisco and Seattle.

S b al roand trip fare from Crtrobel to New fork,.
Loe Angeles San Franeise and Seattle.
?." eNlr TYork ... ........................ S. M -
tp L Angeles sad San Francisce ..........1290.60
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To Thatfcher At GiA

A letter of anpreciation for
his long Interest In the Canal wei f
Zone community was scented p
Thursday afternoon at the Tivo-
1i uest House to Maurice H. e"en
Thatcher by representatives of
the Panama Canal West Indian
Employes' Association. Thatcher
was a member of the Isthmila
Canal Commission from 1910 to
As head of the civil adminis-m '
tratlon of the Canal Zone dur- in
Ing that period he was comrn-
monly called governorr," and the
was addressed In that fashion re
Thursday when the presentation
was made by A. B. Willanis,
PCWIEA president. to A1T

In addition to the president,
the following were present fat ladsi5ye ,t.
the ceremony and signed the tes- .
timonial scroll: E. C. Leslie, Wil-
liam M. Arthur. A. A. Leon, E. J. a'
Robertson. Arthur Talby. a
The scroll expressed "a word
of gratitude for the interest you the
have always manifested toward ken of appreciation bi
this community. We recall with way which beam bhl
great adzAiration and thankful- whleh b onaecta Ar
ness that you have always been the Thatcher ferry.

The Pacific Steam NaVgation (C uy

Royal Mall ULim Lid.
M.V. "SARMIENTb ...............................April
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" ......._.............AprAfl
M.V. "REINA DEL PAOIFICO" (18,0 Tons) ......a7 y It
s.S. "FLAMENCO" .................... ..........April
M.V. "SAMANCO" ..... ..........."k............. Ap..l
8.8. "ABBEDYK" .................... ...... April 14
8.8. "DESEADO" ......... .......................April 2
B.S. "DUIVENDYP ............................... April I0
M.V. DIM RDY ........... ... ...............DApril 1
All Sallings Bubjetof (bhasr Without Notice
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FoR SALE=-WOhrold& 6.00. I0 FRae blE-1, red .O Club coupe, other quick-Dervlce specis. sa' gag G, a
cylS I y r old l.00 .- i i b, r~do $350. Call pon- DIABLO SP NNING CLUB MEETING Maij sad rUbbin g |m i i^u^
st $1.00. Call Albrook 32 or m First Monday e ch month .
Sit at 262-B. Albraoook. FOR SALE:-S-aclfice 1947 Lincoln. 7:30 p.m. I-- C obhb.ur ry V r
SALE-Westnouse refrigra- Dut pdnew tires and ba ttery 21 DA: m
S, -cyc, one-yea uotee $350. 87.4 197, F Clayton. eam Cinaton. Wu do more than 300.
; mahogany diningroomet FOR SALE:-1951 Cadillac converti- modem test., Including examine- r
c y levingroaom t storw choirs b l. r ado, a r, perfect coni- tion of urin bloo4 feces for worms .
$1130 two okC dra-,ro o 6.00 diton r00.. an be financed, and parBsites1Ctum Lfor tubeTuI A n
am itr+ atc,_+, 262-B k 1 .,.. _oi.s

shphe .-3254. N3w Crto p nu No. 91, F Phone. losi c ERAL CLINCAL FR
No. -1 A~ ltnt- A.y 4994 fturnoons LABORATORY, located in. font of h a. 3e m si
A; m poan diningro set, OR tALs 1949 Cuhryslger Wind- the Central Theater. Day C night,- 0 ~ia
Si2 , ngoom w r rJ,, siot straw" chairs.."

Stble, eight s .t_& ra, da, p.s excellent coan- and home uralce. ir cownt oro r U
tawe a sm all mahogany drop Phon6 0 Criobal 3-d567. A. Guzmhn, ,T. Tel 2 I E
Sw lak 1.424 lld'l t 0.0.2n be financed, an d p orlt Y Fful for. NOVEY, INC

ood +id ftl i', bl b crir seO foSALldrt ic Cellerl Wnt d t condi- eCnta hetr..
hAnd m House St t mSio .y Direc t71 -or W F r:- ouse

ood m bri e eatto, haiv b oroy 25 .do- For information, rvotl phone mOd. BOlbe' 6N9. 1 al 1
'A b Mal aoapdrt.CI rs b 6lello Vi.ta.

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l s tins r. s4d ilo V EFOR. SA E: t bddr for Tnambler JUWSoLE JIM JAUNto plher settl Iiment, 2groogon i; A BXE AVI 3Ea
FOR .SALI:- crt hrreleint c- h eonlet lbel-A r 82te 51 Isands, visiting 0with pimive Chco .no tl ll sef
colli condition, aterproof inner C du 24 or e at20ondi- Indians, spbriy crocodilemmalck t T22idr off-e c 2 h-1lr 0reok fIJ3 5IMAthre

mg 22 ttr T ss, 33 fitted &hets. a- Curunu.3 -. full days. Leave T TApril7W1I 9 aRNT-. I
oats r s idno we, o- cton. oo .. Arna FOR SALE: Dachshunday aftern FOR RENT: CeAn apartment which Wh e CA, p"

R mahSnAE .-, wChpU a or Wesdt for olLe -or Sdid ..and cas arh m ales $50.00, fm lals $35.00. has 3 bedro Nos, livingoor nd B1 SA Olt the hrI o.aod- e
leOR 4 chSAL chea. CaFrgll 3-2586 1. hh Ss. No. 117. Pattlla.ol

a wgrn 8 Cp 19 F C Et 4-dr i omln OR SALE 1a 0Panama's Vi
A RiANFAMIL EAVING, will be fnonid G.F.C. House .6362 trip to Darien this drimseems "I r*RENT:--Cctdb' gfufV furulilh-f lamess bi" 1uc1irf

deo, Siomroer folding bed with rr.cle-t e lWA TED PR SALE: Two ihdg ot wished cltant wh loons 2 od c comfortable hoes ed, on qur S. 25- 1
tres, Simmons do-bfcr ycled.na- Cu b ust builtae Ech low 600 r ptch, kPhch b911aoio,, 1 I.b10. Ion eM $ 1 6 -Dith eat

1 e table, chirs, dedtsk word_ A"it rhol Articles: pa.oe 146sy Shelr25. nd DON'T FORGET YOUR CAMERAol uo 1.3 bo edrsom GrI di_. e WtS

S ir tF Hmoe er WANTEPD:-W fr CASH 19 wratir tlphon, r terrti. For In. \o60.00 n Blboy P39 on Pant 2- I*
sewing mach inCe; as stave. easy 162.4doorws/w tires. rPdio, aC- 3-1660 oryour travel aent. FOR RENT 02n o r ..many '

M*ide pocr.h titon. O85. ..ng). t 44.Pqnaor. f'rm 3 |miles fm Choerre with Panh G$al Tl. 21154l oIr 3 t '
vertuffed chirs; cts: tricycle;r. c windows, duty paid. Priced b F "?R vdALE -Tme native prkeetFOR NT:Nce fu rta Ar 6u W
Lionel trains, "tc. 47th Street East low Blue Book value for imm ediate5 hect. r ce -na naie $ e tkach; M rle t. olii. iti[ a'
No 22, Tl. 3-3 5e WANTED; 4-A Co.pJt cook. m-1., yellow Hollld conarie Zon$15.00 wt l p W d i A L INO.100., e
el rfri -each. Acuario Tropical Pet Shop, 49 U J I 0 whe ..

Ej cnr e DS4119. fw I"* ^rlw" Club. fecino DI- -tow ^^ '"VK*^- Vio Pai- how.- Cen: Win 0. Jototton, a Mnvtry. r
.Call 2 a FOR. SAL OR T RADE--1952. Pn- Via Espaote, corner besides traffic beOlros. ietiisj, wt c oaler. Tel-

Leoc convertia ps Pa 5,rk. Apply pilesonoHy. PERSONAeS r3-54l- "1111 v 1 In e lo -o ied
i ds WANTEDic-.rdcamgticad tcookp. ollt h I. FO RNT: chshundpuppies which ici o at val Dredavy Ita111

m family.riferene. Cll An W h following persons cOme to the mt weconoial. A bargain fo FOR SALEt p
l mchi Cho p. or ttode for older car nd cash holes rr5000. femlusness matt$35.0r s 3 bedroom, igirOO B ER A.r 1 tt m
To[ 3,. 9. Gamboo orir Station.

t SeA p 0-o~s. WAdifference.anama 3-2279 mor ir2- Gamboo Fretotho: dein rooR RE: ApnrInterior th n6a O ldO Ic t6r up*I 1
FOR SLE:-ft. Frigidare refr ler- 4261. 14~i St. No. 117. Paitllo.m s room ith both.Lorat on

Ave. .o Sw T 2 NANT 24.. Y c E T FOR RET o. I D o
afar with go arPntee.8-ft. Codspot FOR- SALE-- ord Customlin, FIr W tO R SA LE h.e, i bath.+ 1o t on m i rnt-

ra2frige'ate. AqC Spinper wO-shPA Codl o o 24 -8d ic Finc FOR RANTl -o ETs MfonrrcN. ap4 "EWeV. S.5 1F i srcl leh '

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S Sn onues' P ldno Mb -di e IlI O L- S ibro at 20..... ,7..... . .ntg icp 3- Tafeicr bodi n Sx N a wal~ oIXi $I
w h m grg, Ph .i,- Niebli1. h Tcwao e FOR RENT, wn-bedroom unfur.oLomI J an)r t1 i k
trm, Simmons do, blebads e v wt- WA' NCumbr.es, just built. Each lot 600 pprch, kifthen, bolcony, oil lscree0 119M too'.

Ress. imab nsd, Is qeare0. FR S : otorss b drIis an i OlFFnIdCry S lIDffMa! Pa te tiB am
e c1 it room wiit separate bath., trot c FOR REont of rlbom .cee G aBrden.ent
WANTED for H 19t, I, water, telephone, terrace. For I. $6. hly. Phone Pona 2-

Europeidrsc W r. O.. April 3ire- 1' EsaRalott wa saval Trsday FOR RENT:- Furnhd a&apattmen I
SI'n FonlC E:-2 houses in Chorrera, 1T In neOR, int "ll unl e yl o't^ el a iH

,-be'd ir. The hion, is i __.a.r .r r. form 3 miles from Chor ero with Ponerno Tel -15
nk St. phone -P ,.;ons and papers f or above, with 5 14Panoam REBTe d2"om1
.iALE.--e to trip, Frigidalre. i-o 0 W liatei waler all. year. Good for cattle FOR'RENT: N Nce furnish at ALli ataf
s, Rlttan furniture dnngr. T Farm s National land 44-4/5 hecFOR RNT-2 and 4-roomd
f b ,....iion r WANTED --Co lcint kBox312 Cocoli. Canal Zone. ment with refrierator and gas U M
e ssT e s PT rk. Apply per s Ponally.r dt AonNo. t .r y "n--d. Via Par -_. -I" .tob.. 8- BiSer-

Appl ersanil PERSONAL S nO. 3 (UAP 19 fn1 ao eQNwen e0 U e *w 'e
L A N D 0 N IW .-- 're-nced cook. small ----.FOR URNT: Twe-hedmel el-H X spaate, he cot at1voiun ro
L. -'fam ily. Bring tferences. Calle An- Will tht folLowinglpersons come to the monltwilk meld'e ow et iabeth, ge- rul lOIO N.wuXp".be-ea .. n t u m ti apesan g po
t iANTAGEOF OOFF R S' ti uo. Golf Heights No. Ior phone office of Cis. ,Lefere, No. 5. "A" ,.,e. Apply .. 1, 44hmi,, IOU1EsOLD dXCANOE sf e. ,ri ,min seida,.".oas
4. i, ? e less ons fol. r L.. 3-247.W -n mrt In terest to them : VictorGanoo de FOR RENT: -- Apartm ent ih naw N N oee a i. and e in ilt.d a D e I :
t 1 $; T9eeAprsl I to AprOi- l .only.i onerl hou Oh0W N D erie ned r 'Le6n. "Mara Ayala. eoge Gr.eaves. ildlng. Inquire-West I Mh Stre1 Po 'It Called bb rst' th Omv "8fi
" 9. ArIB o 2-42to9Api l 5 gi erl hou---hold duie a; d coo- lRafael Dimares Almengor, Alb ero No.8 Panama.W t ,.

Babo 2u4239 ng, fgur dultT 4000 mUentnew, garageyrard for1r c l -n t
-B.FOR RENT: Two-bedroom opoft. s aM O
,giin4nr s & DUNN. A .... .,gaag,- ,. e$rd o.as-.
.Ind% To. 2- W E G od e N l o ,leta o. 5. Tel. a3-1637. aid a S. .

F O R .. 'FOR RENT:-Farm in New Arr"in. ew. Elhbathroom, V Acntly gonstructa.. ." _O
F O R, 'A L compleftly -furnished, including re- N EnQr. T ,h V ia- g taF .v
B rierator. kitchen.d-ningroon 2 -ew
adets: g..oalSls & |401#06I catorches, 3 bdthroams, ranch with FOR RE,.T-- Nioe furniiho d apateli
(Co. .. .. ,,---- 11 }'n ~~ OR ~ ALE:-Sei~boot b9 bor. barbecue, swimming pool. Ev- ment, slltary inspected. Vin
(IUdtllled urm I.k Tr.1-h -. i =m oaf_ '.l W 7"wi ermthi'.ig in perfect condition. Six No. 90 -
e... ...... u md.ogine.Slc ps i- moIis contract or more. $7'5.00 FOR RENT:-Ftanished p-beds
$it bl dOyl n a4. apartment, excellent lacatien. Fe"e-
r'a b e 'at6e. "nae aene l. !' Idico Boyd No. 1. Phone 3.116..
ght Mrn. Robelrt M hr, FOR SALE:- 16-ft. outboard sped M--u ..
n ,o ..w v $30.00. Call'84-5291 "or' e otw/ rN vS Ve d llvingroon ,. dlningroon,, laundry
1re $r0 0 Call84-52'b atr1 0e0, alm.somai s 9 Proom with batro.

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e uIm l t e I. hu.a._et A~ lf.t 'ad and unfum lOn W l, _ _ _ _

Tv TP .0.. Aroledo 3- The U S Nav announced to- Photo Studio, 131 Central Avenue. .T.,. p,: ..,.
th WAraoTld p was saved Thu.s-dayFOl RENT: Furnished apartment.
c 'a commander, he Th .lMY$t aUtomObile' indutry I ..Le 111111" mean on a .fake- UlboaI 346.ft HIW"
whicof40o beem m t a h p.ri. of l n.the arrier, Rtandolph. 'FOR RE :- et n C. .. Aler
otolrlesCl l l.I' ', hoplane wars onelt f700 Ndrth! gr.eT wobedrooms. two bathrooms, Y Bia
or'o mpmyrtir*sixo. maeuer si' tsl argo.woo.-oms. Ricardo
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FOR RENT: One-roorb furnished
' artm4nt, lrge balcony, focing,
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S.aOle for single person. 30, Ecuador
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oCATIONf 80 12,
FOR RENT:-Room. furnished or un- 194 IMnDMe.
O W." t.(um4ishld, oil conveniences. Tele-
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SRun Humbles Phillies HorseShowSet

iN1EW YORK, April 3 (UP) Ancient Mickey o0 TOmOoW
| pn, famed for missing a third. strike in the 1941
Sold Series, looked like a sure thing not to miss
tie boat today with the 1954 Boston Red Sox. The final horse show of the
season will take place at Frpd
The 3 7-year-old Owen, whole agership from Phil Cavarretta Rudeshelm's Park Riding Sta-
isn't even listed on the Red lox spring margin over the Cleve- bless in Parque Lefevre tomar-
Sroster. exploded a grand-slain land Indians to 10 games to row from 10:30 a.n, to 3 p.m.
' heomn in the eighth Inning yes-four by beating the Tribe, 4 tn 0 A large 'crowd is expected.
terdav to help Boston humble at Fort Worth. Tex. Refreshments will be available.
the Phllies, 8 to 0. at Montgom- Johnny Antonelli and John I Admission will be free.
- 6ry. Ala. (WIindy, McCall limited the In-1 Main item on the program wil
"Owen has convinced me that di sn to seven hits while Davy be the jumping, wh starts at
Shell be a blp help to our club," WilUlims put. the game on lee for 11 a m. Riders w include Rude-
sold Mpnag r Lou Boudreau. 'the Olants with s three-run shelm. Tommie Whtdrum, LucPle
N"-bto only has he been hitting homer off Bob Lemon in the Cummings, Gaby Frederick.
Qell, but he also has been hand- fifth Inning. .Ricky McDonald Chiqul Bello,
nour young pitchers wonder- The White Box snapped a Shella Curling, axine. onover,
S. We're denitely going to three game losing streak by Mousy and Jakey Vallarino,
him on the club," beating Harvev Haddix of the Kenny Davis and Ramon "Mon-
Cardinals, 3 to 1. at New Orlepns. chi" Vallarino.
lsetvhere op the exhibition'Chico Carrasquel smashed his: There also will be bareback
$ch*It yesterday, the Milwaukee second homer in as zMany dayv jumping and riding, relay races.
sae crushed the Brooklyn while teammate Minnie Mifloso comedy turns, musical chairs
17 to 2 2t Birmingham, collected three hits. Billy Pierce and pony rides for children.
-" J,..oliUpung Carl Er- and Harry Dorish pitched for
amJ lJ6o0le and TommY La- the White Box. ,
;. .tefaj.r4 as4bfe hits. Joe Ad- It was a gloomy day all around E hi l f it n
f -l.RdOI Mathews and Jim for Cincinnati. The Reds' main a I. H. .l. s
vletan e-ch homered for the squad dropped an 11-inning 7 LA
tlasv. ROGene Conley scattered 6 decision to Washington atn I II
", ve Dodger hits. Greenwood, S.C.. while Cincln- t se>fl
nati's Florida contineent was seball
*- .ono runs by Luls Marquez. mauled 12 to 5 by betrolt at.
pBi&8iMra and Ralph Kiner Lakeland Fla. i A
heNlped te Chicago Cubs to an Mlickev Vernon of the Senators _neSultS
.:,0 tel vt .1QV rthe Baltimoe drove In the winning run with 1 " "
;'o-,w at alRorla, La. The an llth Inning single to cap a (By U. P.)
meawws iJB bs' first since three.run rally In the Green-
f. Hack tk* over the man- wood game after Wally Post's
I Thursday.b ee t two-run homer had given the At Tampa. Florida
I' The latrs stretched their RedleRs- the lead in the top half Tigers 413 010 030-12 19 2
-- ...-.. -....... of the frame Redlegs 400 000 100- 5 7 0
At Lakeland, Don Lund. Frank Hoeft. Welk (8. and House;
S ... House and Al Kallne each hom. Rogovin. Smith (6) and Kina-
-, mw /-%-Id ered for the Tigers as Saui Ro-'man. WP Hoeft. LP -R.OO-
MlI PK S .L gU a ovin and Frank Smith, the Cin-l'vln. HR Lund, House, Kalne.
cy urlera, were blasted for l ---n _
hiit. At Greenwood. South Caro.
The" W -Achine1Rdcordj(11 Inninsss)
T NIhe aW Mseclne Rdcordhalf cha Reds 00 300 010 02-4 12 1
t (MoI, strond-half cham- es 1aU 1 ilan' Senators 020 000 002 03-7 11 1
o t7400ta rly Uniet (AU l Judson Wehmeler (51, Crl-
u Qairr Jiw gt Arsy Unat A Ag mlan 191. Powell (11 and Bal-
th ,--Ulf en are I ai ley: Porterfielld. McDermott ('7).
ted owlin53-54g Pascual i9, Ross (10). and Fitz
Defeat Bd O l swln. P P
~Allag', uvX I U g lob" ell. R--OreengraI5, Yost, Post.
< e.the At "Montgomery Alabsms
V1eSL Aj April 3 (up) Red Box 000 242-8 7 0
.rickTm1I.aa. sld e-pr O .l ept PhTlles 000 000 000-0 5 0
ficer th t e Parnell, Brewe (9) and White
tacPtainsand---OasOwen (7; Person. Simmons (51,
S of the two t. ls .. Parnell LP Simmons. HR--
S. i WP Antonlly LP -en.
Oeor Zele- w u.g-v birth tWo weeks ago,O
Jo.b Crs, su,, .se I .t "mI* Indlalis 000 000 000-0 0
.U, rolled ha, reason to tiahe hd. el toiants 010000 00x4 8.0
,: I .the smstee. gM bo~t" Lemon. Tomanek (8) and He-
.. 4-. ,--". .nn A nton ellfi M cC all (7) and
-, I 'I L : _L -"i..... L', L .... E1 tt_ WP -- Antonelly. L P .

40mon. HR Williams.
At'New Orleans. La.
Okrdinals 000 000 100-1 7 1
8al1 Sox 100 110 OOx-3 8 3
: ddix. Miller (61, Tiefenauer
1. an d D. Rice; .Pierce, Dorish
18) and Lollar. WP Pierce.
p .- Haddix. HR Carrasquel.
At Alexandrias, La.
Orioles 300 003 000-6 11 2
Cubs 006 001 00x-8 8 1
KreUtlow. Turlev (5i and Moss;
Hacker. Willie (6) and Oaratlo-
la. WP Hacker. LP Kret-
low. HR -- Wertz. Marquez, Se-
rena, Kiner.
At Birmingham. Al.
Dodgers 200 000 000- 2 5 7
Braves 140 261 lOx-17 24 0
Erakine. Black (4). LaSorda
(6) and Walker: Conley and
Crandal, Burris (6G. WP Con-
ley. LP Erskine. HR Ad-
cock, Mathews. Pendleton.
Oxford Defeats

Cmbringe In

- %al Rt Race
i LONDON, April 3 (UP) -
Oxford University won the
ongehuandredth bite race a-
gaiHst Cambridge University
here today by an unofficial
four lengths.
Oxford's official time for the
four miles 374 yards course
was twenty minutes twenty
three seconds. It was later of-
ficially announced that the
winning distance was four and
a balif lengths.
The time wa exactly the
same as that registered bv Ox-
ford In their last win of the
series when they beat Cam-
I bridge by a canvas (about tean
feet) in the 19U3 race.

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The Atlantic Pony League will
hold its third annual Dinner
on April 8, at 6:30 p.m. at the
Margarita Service Center.
The players, umpires and of-
ficials of the league will be
guests of the league. The play-
era price of admission is their
uniforms, cleaned and pressed,
and 10 cents.
Those desiring to attend this
affair are asked to contact any
of the following and make their
reservations. No reservation will
b 4 after
8 Z. ane cost to the I ,
Jimmy Campbell 3-i a .
Mike Oreene 3-2506-213.
Chief Marlett 6- 573
Dove *-ermas 3a444
Nedl Gowns 5.21
Ha2 Dftckety 3-178S


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DOUBLE CHAMP -- Ford Kinio, whost doulkb-Ud ,Ob "States
swimming team to the NCAA champloUshp, how pWr-
stroke which brola the 1510-meter recoo and t'h o
take the 400-yard freastyt. (NMBA)- '

Increase In Cage Scores

Finally Conmes To Sto

By UNITED PRESS. Fra.Unvesit
eeuro ina or 614
.eam s a. ga fie ..a
The steady Incea in mor .

increase over the prev oun year. Sa-
In the .seaon just ended, ao- Dgd wth.80-o -.e,
.ording to the .)CAA Service 0s A kM .-. Mae peen
Bureau, the average major aol-lDal den14- ~I .-.won
lege game produced S7-polpt- that IL thort..e. 1 ltwtj IL
e two tenths of one pmi"nt mpanlt-e t_
Bureau says the figuree covered n-on i le pime, DU-o
len g e oate pr ove all.domp, tt W.ai ....the... l t. Ie.
three-thousand-N3B games play- quest a1de
ed by 160 major schools. drp, a and
In spite of the overall dropw~~og(B =&idvA 5S-toe



EW N.A Com Apri 3
P Swimming sarFord
lOIno is off to a *art in
hs effort 10o in thre stles In
the Natinal Mi ot at New
haven, tielcut
KonnM t victory In
,the 1S-, itd met rae -
the.oml..M4ntfn trj e oninV
ro a .eliday id. The
Ohio, .ro over
the c even
and et# h to beat
Ton lme ofMexco
6 yad Wam T.. yk
oaho tryto add to his
raurels by winni the 220 yard
qvent. i'fl also sm In the 440

BOSN. Featherw e g h t
Chtxnplcn Bandy 8addle sdr-
ed tcnal aock over
a Thir.da7r"ht In
L noMOp tune-up t at.

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ik oti the sevetn.- ound.
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Heavyweight Roland La Starsa
has arrived baeck in the United
Statn %is*tgutd. ovr bis bout
with ,D*S Cockell*H Tueiday
in Loun- .
La p~ 'gbekelpnW
Una but he hito at0 Wt
thra. Wm .. nU I'

La Sasa arrived howme Jt In
time to receive ashalenge to
meet Tommy Jjksn-n- cXt
m n t h. MatchmakerTddy
Brqeper of Br ookDal" has
sent qtgers to Io #Val es,
James 5. Pkrker. ToY Ilarri-



SwIhe on the

Mt twoSaons-a tlhe "
W se tw out %t
etarn money A bAl
player I't have 'N O*3
years to dothat."
late Tex Ritckard brought
women into MaAIMz, qUare
Garden aS tlri
when he rounded of the
more al tff .to
woe jeul'1 k "d k o-
ran t. o-
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a tn- lshel., were 0on-M
s n s tcated with.

W S, adrole aa bthe D tce Ofati e 4mp"th

Un. ) Ne h OWIs turning 'em away.
for thebi.smao.h number. Probably the hul.,
do the hula like onja. The hula and one other numbe.
tar thd a used to be on for an how. She codlfttan
azythg that now. Mush too exhaustin ."
TYM:pro.bplae must be resolved beftq 0, t.
_i, .rei_.r .4 ,th foundlug ,ather. N@W' *^? ,
bulngt? If there is one th=n y
Smore thanthe Americon t, t t her
a MAW -st WIU' better et himself well
evep mug "g. dlqmtag o her.
eYou m,.#y be Inte iatedIn a fw zanda
me...diq5W Of,-A 106 4i p o-,- ,

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Jim Norris got up, too. Tbhe fight was ovr and the
melodous note of Harry Balogh' or01den nvoloe, r el aiin' .
son the winner W. bad oexp iredamid the male el
Norris anapmed arOff et,..
"That's Wht tomes of doing a fellow a favor." the youqg.
t, brnk infee t oe my epteamberna ths"&
Se mas that t renner, who oAerates as iatebmakr. t
* roone atern arkway Arena, needed a name ftihter to

'We had him earmarked for Marciano next fall. that is, as
misuming Marciano got-by Charles all right. Now I don't knxiow."
On reflection Norris decided to ut in a long-digtmaue call for
Al Well, who manages Marciano.
"Hello. This yqu Il? How you feel. .."
Norris held the teoelamwopen. Strange weird sounds filled
the rooR. Convulsive. inooheent sputter una. V
Norris winked.
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Ahlboa Triangle Track Meet
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Athbt from BalbOa High,. ticRecord held by B rd of whit
c a untor cog CS )-t. he i
'a" odr.t foL-Jon W); N-tobuen nnurti
S iB Iw "(CI8); 4-Morris (JO). ODs- three
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re-m nv wer ken MA. In. hold by Larry Notine
very ( ( ) -wime:

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teay Wt = the t40aM6 90 son (CHB): 4-B. ]iorri (C).
* ?t he Batos R s eO Distance: $41".
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fee C). dIu : 21.0 (2 a own
a ffa i rat h job ro ar B -
W he im I- he Alms J0ump: 1.-.-May (mI); pany_
ybet~tIr tn 8 feeL The
135 ft. i. sI; a .-. t (C (CB>): Di- Com
aiMor'_ n oe : 2'1%". ThU

oMe one wmill ae to to G (CMS): 4-L-- Smith C (- ),, Mep
a*li diu out of the pa1 to Hto hW *. theb
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was the their record breae ) it ~
puhing ownWe vaut re- 4.8. mth 68 -b th
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oiadb i o adnt
n s aid, r don't.:know
we an do about UW aon
iLe#be dhan r dy' and
I Wrong w It. I
I they'wet at bringing up an

es.I a..
rtlas did favor the' right
fight that drew the mond
ita fM caot in the ota-

I ttelou and broadelat

otraln dhe m- the
; %0 tat Ju BEd
k Tahe bout even and
ea 144 points. Howewr,
M1 e .moWelman favored
1,.. M 7-141: atud ud 1 Bil
nU., 147-1r."The united
favored Sob0, 14-140.
Ie were so tbeekdownSa ,
avlns o m offen a g aed
it Abtn the tinth reou.
le tMood down onto hW
Sslk telleojon tmkss for
orlan was wuperlar ith his
I and flurrier In the last
round against slow-start-
n. But after that Bbi
les, closeiqurter attack
bn toed tot h ii j the
OtibanrLed ,sa ,an on

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he declared later, Td lke
tht him iC-bot with
muds. I could beat him eo

bal ChLmpoNO

54th Military Pole Cornm-
of Fort Clyton won the
CARIn (Pama Area)
any-Level "oftball title
day afternoon wtth a 5-2
mer the 1th Military Police
any of art Gullec.
champion wnt through
our-team doublo-ellmina-
.mornament without a-de-
S arted last Friday with
flrst-rounl tlltR4 The 20t
beat the t ngineers of
Robbe $i4 at port Gullk,
the 54th bested the
i AU of Corual 174 at the
f Coraosal.
day saw the 37th ngiln-
UmJlated by the 7405th
a 2-1 sea. e and moved
he finals with te unde-
M4th MUlitary Police Corn-.
CARIm anam AmAa
l layelf inal md Itadinge
a Won Lost Pet.
up Co .....' 0 1.900
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jnuineera .. c a .aoo
Sto UMW sand ebmianted
froI -*yofi

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er. closed out their l 114
scheduled with a free Macorg
game that the Pa na w.n I w'
lat, Inng with a thral e-ouin
g lamge.aebhk Ufa 32d,1
run, in the i. thrbtmt
but the.m kepIt pecktoo a-
wiy and fwglke*d.%M tP I"-

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gond stingers to getaIto. I
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Uncol. Life 144 ON
POIi' 401 cio

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Winning plbter: K. Obrim
(I Loaf pihr; n uUhr
(*&). f iot :I

roci.: 9, O.LE2 2, Pltche
: BI W 3 hIts 4 run
Io a Innba Deh~nger 7 hiuI
w~~~s U:'-S l
ran Apteut meant; Two10 bit
2M Vjsad Ott lo

Dy BnB unison
24 Yeas n ?laUsai Lague

o saIl' wind up with the Yankees?
1 Answer: Thisknl r, it was
tialy ao fell al i ll-e
M eir, the lahtoki. ws
e2 ordioal4 r reh r lBU the

tees -onA1, .
SQ.W t as the oat
0 gIven up by one prttrw In a
0 game?
I L.That m eeeagg4e po to
9 Athbtaf ult I se11ihFkeo se
June It, lfA. se w 1f men,
*anoaqhed three WAT lSme..
2 r"t. Yq.e et. _the OS
2 QRo. on t balR w oam-
mittodPin the Nation) Le"ue
Last yeew?
w iB~l Los* wie tlhdleadewith O

Pm3LAnfMB-A SOtA -
MNprtfan will be atrivigL for
at blrdc erUv.e mile eay
m io n. h PenSt ilay

Tomlwb .North Op-
Cflm kna

a n a-apa-- l a a l ma

erinthft and was e vin. I
ning pitober. a win Wa Cor-
ria. fwtirt AI three de0=os
Bobby Sander wasn tbeliadt
hitter of the gNae. collect a i
double And two i n owmr
trip, followed = ly ami
*haw with two t three -
die Crrian with two t e
A h au Dick beeo wbit ,
sfely tO r v ftI -i

h Elks play host t i.

Elks wlUsec S*M
W oId M a
kig .f' -in

fame &1kW tlltrt wi i-
oer Me ft!,'n tp ofi6 In

ow spoirtsit a nd ,

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Beck,. b. 1 0
Bradshaw, p, If 2 2
Engelkso 1 0 0
Parker, 0 2
Dubois, 1 0 0
Dolan, 0 1
Ward. b I 0 0
White, of 1 0 0
owmanlb 4 0 0
on. b, 01 0

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lM84Ajre Forcea Lue chm- aut

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S: Special nowa
Ihate uar-oethe i davo0k o ie.
end the l eagu ne ft the
Mi Of tiaws or eMcond W906lot atj "

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a atfUlnds emat rbt ay Tob-4W t

The tilt sol hauled for wy a

whot Al Mo ulk l abedadok
a(l) If a trte the reult s '.
s ,an ln*Vots le. Only ni- INS

tey, pa" Mirdifei the oirok a 0
Iend t leat rae wo t t e
,rtecIne laoffghame
An llfty i"W but a stu- iit.
beat uld was a 7:o0 Ws bad.a-
aerllntIoS tchadfiev entthe Con
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:uxtice Minister Pbas Mi ndt c arge
rael if. n _teparing 1GF

ig:;cTrying To Smear y. S bs
Oft 0 WASHINGTON, April 3 (UP) blackmail them Into callin off try should rese a-M
t atIn Sen. Karl Alundt (R-S.D.) an inquiry into alleged Red In- of tWe complex ove a
tr. charged today that "left wing" filtration of thd Army. litiel alique ca, shars of l. 41aatW h5i55 .
Source have launched a drive to Some subcommittee members 4Aerlean for ao o
,iy "smear" Bamuel B. Sears, the were concerned 'by disclosure tion to question of cm
oston attorney ked to run that Sears sought the job as the Senate," Mumnd a vol ved.T he said.
.uihi the investigation of Sen. Joseph subcommittee counsel for the statement- s- en+.o
UUfbe the J. McCatthy's row with the Ar- Investigation and had said twor ADA tired back o
Mundt Is acting chairman of done a great Job and will con- tatemnt" raise u q t l tn -
w .S ,AInv tbe- wgeetk ar next in the sub- tue to do so asl he tried ut the reons as to hi. eem to e o "' at.,ier -
..,. e e o m.t t Mnc h sasch e r uled t A pinks a nd Commie s out of go-r theAD true fac-tods." ite to

Democratic Action and other McCarthy in 1LZ before he even starts his ditff- ~Thursdt whth ad CO 0tA
laseIanls aid edl- "sources" were ready to smear Mupndt said subcomm ittee cult duties." Yto A atetmrs0 on- sj s
"any attornr we selected who member want any "solid *facts" He said one reuaoi tihe roup Sniard s
e ao doubt the treaty ot 0etfloaUy recommend- putting Sears on either side in took so long to get a counsel rq rsOswho t.
iMmetly to gie ed the he McCarthy-Army controversy, was because it d difculty ti h' t
S confliden ce had called Bears' selec- But he said Bears should not be finding a man ready h-ad ube i od the .nYs o
to adver- A ti the "obvious first step to disqualified pierely because he 'against such vicious eart an h.d nots X o C Status
rends and itewash Ben. McCarthy." thought McCarthy was "rlght" attacks." sube-of a of the
1 ,who are o members of McCarthy's in his anti-Communist drives. Mundt said the iBUMe of Jathrcon eli naofth e
ble ha mmittee Sns. Charles"I resent, and I feel the coun- communism is n i part of the thrft Detocraiae o drh8640110fhe d r"t .e
Ii If carrlod otter (It-Mich.)and Donald omtthe had JUste of
w w automati- M. Jackson (D-Wash.) said come out sine the appointment Dra
S with all Bears will be.questioned about a con s outsn -h lfnced p nt
So BtaLin statement be made In support of.W
.McCarth when he returns to In the House, Rep. Umanuel ri sks wiw ll .ill
Sthe capital Monday to. get theq Celloo (D-Y) said ae hfues pri.te .i
Edn IInouiry underway. Arm s' spai niItet a not fanilI
SaMeantimethe Arm saidt Is not iL'
t t'had rejected the apnli atio_
whom all the abut- o..al
centered, to a b+ cin
aMid ordan Investigation course at Camp
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en Istela. wilt airte s .uuiApsh Winhr at
0e0 rth T heont ke when
w l.'i12% V cTaO r I i ,e I .
trying to presmure.I into grant-.amw
lg sipeclial favors to Schine,. I.. a' i.+ ."'
+ former unpaid committee on- a
.. ..... 10:21 a.m. Mcarthy and.Cohu counter-
i... .... 10.40 p.m. charged that theArmy tried to
-am -or Two o@U et Oe house, to roiiffi" to
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