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 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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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.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00343
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S B NMtiuretrWy of the Ary Steve ad S.aft Tef -their subordilate, will be fair or.
S-it ^ to se that somebody hadn't told the trout

e it t ha1 t emnator MunAt will preside at tk
Sa tnd tfliF wbewrtoe, the famous aprmnept 9at Seers
ta tptetgt was a victory only to learn th it was
r!, therma l ,ron1for do'Ub .
foadm %sdl.reascedbythe pelectbUof SamuelP.sear
Shm J lawyer. s impartial counsel, to place Roy Cohn, fo
to l cela hearing. Senator Mundt ha& 0l that the counts
totedsdhld not be personally obnox loub the Army or Sen
y SS er ioord Sea abhould nt be obnoxious to Sen
itotMoUartby' Foot-instance the Boston Herald of Nov. 10, 195
bqportod Setr as having said:
"The Selater (Mr. McCarthy) has doe a rest job and
be rUIl esotlaUe to do so as he drives the pleka and Commies
-eSof the G eO mNent. He won't se the job until be
le finally lIIhed his ams, Wy. twe. would be S200
s a iinatetsi tm ute GoTrent lt waisa for MeCar-
SI wan"d to~tart aid.drivt i tell bo and I telel-
a all ar v hi o state (W w"i bat outld noet
081 after Senator McCarthy had been re-elected to
,Wr*' law degree came fram Harvard he has join
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WM cItor of rfilnA as a prtvilegud anctlary for Fift

Doubt also arlses from the fact that after Senitor Mund
s' pent xteen day. he said, seeking counsel, he Stated, when
"ezuBomunced the appointment of Sears that he wa the second
Is i pksed to serve. This doubt lainotee et by tha- tent in
that Sears. an admitted. friend and admirer ot Penato
'not ony ought the appointment but also the aid o
a.- lto itl -and Congressmas Lawrence Curtis in getting

Another disturblng Indication. la the report by the- Associated
as from Boeton to the effect that "Sears said he had not decide
ft Mae!arthy woulO be allowed to eros-examine wit
ii tolounds a bit like Senator McCarthy. I doubt ver:
mean liMMSor ehas that authority, but If he does or Is permit
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One of the lawyers I quoted was
Arthur Toll, now chlef counsel to
the sub-committee of the House
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tions, which is about to probe
mobster efforts to use some umhUM
as fronts for multi-nUillon dollar
rackets. Chairman of this subcom.
m itte e e i Ohio's Congresman
George Bender. Shortly. aft* the
'emand for it probe of the chjAges
printed here. Bender told a wire
servicee reporter that the state-
ments attributed to Mr. Toll were
"erroneous."
The issues are very grave since
so many bombs are destroying so
much property 'and since so many
workers, union officials and em-
ployers are constantly being 'shak-
en down and terrorized. must re"
gretfully take issue, therefore, with
my good friend Rep. Bender.
During the last week In Febru-
ary, after considerable discussion,
I was authorized by Mr. Toll to
quote him as saying:
*I feel that the fact that we have
hired Downey Rice and his other
extremely competent and expert.
enced investigates who exposed
the racketeers when they were
withlefauver. Johnson and Tob.
ey, has caused the racketeers to
know we mean business, and they
are putting pressure on political
ciscles back home, which was re-
flected in the House when they
threw out the $100.000 appropria-
tion."
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be proved that these exact quotes
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goils- to bei.t Am RXeppl# benMaS4t&* eW Ua posed t 65w workido patens
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included the cost of a tholtei
Atlantie City race track, ea he
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simiartohose authoyi" I. ux l a w Cs -lt t d .- yua" "LUN yasa
d' another chief couisel, illiam F. `urna u a w en i 5t nat ". Aa h eta e t n a Pner a a e
o. McKennaaof tietHousemsub-co-SPe ta warL t r
m- ittee which probed Detroit fat- equiti, n n t "yewr.s i eu d-ed- Braalbel HeI."7as i t -
Here are M lenna's blunt and i t e r t U ...ae. use 't o
S r. words, and t this day AA at
phe s tils by themaWof 'eop Ata W
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knowledge. o a H nfaf o tn e 47 ba comatedrthat ttals aneax.ille
"Information came to us, tI tXo r.i ,rftlJ oA6
words We could not misunderstand, dm.s S-'. m. I Hse -
of an intentiUoon th e part of m revived r an IIm. ,mam r Wahl eadt n
higher authority that we not i doa .beWOW. -0 -..40
deeply into the 'Detroit situation edite taxl s1ti. -'i .awerag-s bonetln axi "rduea
that our hearings would result I0n dnd "received by SInS mi ke. .m eaL i-
subsequient criminal prosecution." '-'. ".,, .i w it sut o,
Then M r. MaKenna, who as n ,r etritolei se. the.reaW mi',,b, s i" ,fl tuflsroM marG me
lawyer Is an officer.of the coort to 'eight-zmiio Am- ker n ta$ 6 a ayear' w oulddstill"--be
bound whby ea s l.ns ethical own stocks andr.-ceive dividedS. allowed to celim a- Ilaomlne
consmderrtone not' to perjure him-. ThI oir m sith to one s t credi tor each -such demqdent It
self ys o that he ried to appromate of th 47 in .I's atedt that this change will
'tear open the oItical mantle that
protects racketsers In this count -
try.
SomehoW that mantle must be torn romjrn i I* i Here F
open. A thorouh Conressonal in- .
Mr. MeKenna appears never to
have been summoned by anyone to
reveal what ee kno.t, although
these are electrifyIng statements, -..
indeed. ---d
Furthqrmore, Mr. MhcKenna'l
fears reeat those of many influ-
eantlal labor leaders who would like
to see carefully conducted probes
Into labor rackets pushed.'In the
past week .I have sat with, or com-
munesated with. no less than 10 of
the AFL's and CIO's top officials,
members of their top governing
boards. These are the veteran un-
lionists who have been helpless to
move into wuions In which the in'
aderworld Is concentrated.
They point to the New York City
waterfront us an examule of he
slow motion action -i th f courts
and authorities in ust one sector.
Labor officials I've talked with
want the I prob so
that POW cah be .r.u
and thu ive them a change to
call on 1tlatoher union chief to .
clean' lnuau,
ini dtan we get such inveats.-

Army 'Produces
Reading Expets
PT. BEMNING GA. (UP) -
The librarian at L Campbell., Ky.,
can expect to have some heavy
readers sm
ais being transferred there
after setting a local record by
W booksF a*month during his two

*m rtm5er-up&t. George Brady.
t_ irana ermrd. who rea d Sban

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Ii MS asAd over would itItai mnde oi reele I allnrdBt
. ff l? ^.- _, /comp< S owns th o La oi 1M Y iw_ ..- led w -S wi B.
L to is a He JouIal d th Tolut .. tar herd, 'i
pre lecve reducton of I Herald, th I i Veld d tp nts b to
iCtu faor saple t .peibal but drw Ii Velar 'd,-,% l ton w '.lU__
clrmutaneLl l s.wrS o- Ufrot the' thpa verMi. ailed ,
i 1 $10 rl usis F m--er FBIr ma. toali. srU
a.l' umptio.nVVyhno wihr b EDOl RoI, "P --
SO Le a arr of t oh n eit Lo ., w-al l- ...g
bady ThiswoucSs t r- that's sgiot"n the s7
nealt an esamatedi 4bwi next tehe Thh n o h eta li t aI lit to
year and benefit the avoef 47 bntlderabl spoweril e dl tl .
4T7omnsealhiea coern Idrinth w cowt ttr it m&
------ -'s Inilarfaly i "palber le .-iy ..a unio- ettfiuu -." Si
"ob/ r Kuo nimed as commit- 2l uWe conMiui,, ut .isitUi...ig-
ct colnseld, ad Kuig know it. nuAutcltat ai6d.
... Roert KiarI -Committee qouI-, It wafrd tht tse
sel. Poftlscly activeIn Pesnnyl. t do aal "SS.
vinla; was an Esonhower delegate Inid deort .
to' the Cicagi Iepublican Conwill be no exS
ventln. Other tiff.menmbers re-
lard hmM oe wo uLeshiL p a-
sit/lou to play favorites H ll was N-wbere to-
reabnslble for subpoenaingW Ma
Ge. liarry Vnughan, which baek- EDCOUCH, Thx.- (UP) 4.wea .
fI.lrd,. When asked by comnittee C. C. Oarter w:s ig ,tW W *.'Me
=ebIr why he iued ti subi man m. r .-
i h..."il eetplwlid: "fThe Wecuch 'tari t .dai. .l
rCWrthWpicmsltoie was taking this eta-to eslorlatwhW -A
1p 1 thought h we should gt In laws. t wass oy
ti et." -n tetd to ja &thidrBO
STeLeAle-adief clerk, older was diaucorule haO.- -
than most staff members. quit, court or Judie autbori .ned s- n
'eascienniaous. competent eive their money.
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no tgp In tan t anse l h
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them Rad(PtdTeto 40 0as A ttwBt wimp
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ing eaiot stop at coemetia an d orwUt for atst eas
elotbehe mut le-ra to repod a wrain
gauinely to o-thers and to hw it e a New orks a ed t .
wit_ ai plesIing voice. And abh ebeal ury (Helena Buas-
must learn prper bane be. tM.to..
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show it In her walk. Ib- Ii-shbeI
Ibe walk of the charming wowr- fact dw the fin easMsn: Be B i
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2 Girls Crash Circus Ring, w o 6de

Put On Clown Act, Vanish kt
NEW YORK April S (-W)-Two was coming to town. But SSwhen w SB byi e
stge-struck gi s fromthe West Iaw swthe ageft b bwai tex tmdr ;t eotm ,-fb -_biml
made good In the big town today g oI usasd talked to Mnd wilE to Us Indian
They were invited to give a e-ea V. t leak" -Ma aft a iLaarh this
peformance of the b-ooleg cown heads, a "d ho sMw aeoanyt be t
act they i waked Into the circus clowms. 1Th1a we 41c7ied to try to t's enmoltu sold ffl 9iWoa


cidein.to0call hem ,backofordmothehereefo t he.e
to, ,g iJsS 400.0 a e performance Tuesday. clowns g n and w just tel 1
* t e ch and s.urphy, lowed the. Net one of us had
O sM. for the yiar who was sportina black eye ever been to a eitw bsoe but
a1a riaicnes was 100fm their enths alt st, e:- we'd tad.s lot about clowns and
SI ^3PIS(SM^'IM G) plained that they were would-be thought we could make up an act fre
atglr actressr tyingto getal a ittleox- as we weta along." te
S.- also admit making The tumbled about la the saw- wag
best ear. He a career out of atoerashing as dust or three h unnoticed by
Britswould trvay elebrities in the lsat two weeks. Manager Pat Vil, who was the
tourt akowane On March i. they borwea fur watching from t delies. that
coats and swlibed inha t "It's marvelous," Valdo said be
haa, the Hollywood Academy ward afterward. "'Wey were their all HI.-
Sarty at t Center Theater to right but I thought hy were
S watchuAndrey epbu re ev an of the act. You can'1 keep at
Oscar. The ishershe th the y more than owns the
were celebrities and let them in te."

'-- AMntao PerO Broadway a- te' rbomin house. V"btga1 ba*]
?*) -.h Irish Peat wards last we opretading to be ptled taquries tn hiken
-W wet Ion a fivI-year gimate Iaetresses. or .e thD. nx day 7a T
*de milod peat to Mslchell, daughter a at tra e down a
IeIpply station- AkeU eoctrial ean aheMagv- t. Xt.
1"Ma power Woan In to wCshe nand Mith 1iy. ndrop
S and se tL The d beCn in New York ftor ar. Iased them tocoab ba"k br bs
fi brm o -W' a w en!you Wanh*at W a ho amoe s a
10a.n otwwibe ou keepgetings000 SathdS tyo
OMn ated that the Wt ith us acting 14 Just am$-
wouldi to e o ti' awe have to d i. W
Sou ipor o hen we Ifrst heard the circus -be
us l wAo Poor Bogey's

mostA .."Ant,,,'.Wall Tired After
"'"-- Movie Stint '
too.-~ MOCO as eftifilet as LONDON, April 5 (UP)-Hrmn
v so much peat phrey Bogart flew Into London o Ual
muea-e lins aau sts w l red" today. Sam
t 1 heaper for "I ve had it, old boy," the PORTLAND. DR. 1) TV SeU
A 60 e or ough guy actor rowled to a re- is blamed for ed fe reven- to
coaL porter as he huddled in a heavy em of the eea a orates delel
p as sedoaraw overcoat beneath a snap brim infra-city bues Ir i
-'Jnd "j"rt ehed 'The Barefoot M Bsg r a-to 1= ^ehaky sod jpeat Conteasa' In Rome with Az% C, eveniag bad mws e**I
abapr produce tip Gardner," Bo explained. "I serve has bear d"be. how
e tn tsl don't h anybody in the film. cause people ane t in Soit
-an Im Mo pry chr owa 1 othe .. mn b8 a11L- Unh
'Thin. Ma ter.! %m a director Ms they used to.'"' kMd
gisands has nBopat's wife, stress Lauran He said te -ota started
seaem new in from a Paris l losg. Iont- at a fateal lat
L Jrom mates ft tday alon with Bogart, T"hy year wo n"s"d 1ot a 4eeoadtic
nore", AwlahioblurMal--eas w t for L4wYork Wena toltelideoa stathus ent
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Avila wa escorted to the air-
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on a plane bound for Mexico
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Spi where tied late Presidr when
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ukdgaolne, natural 98. and now

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paper dining, the Caledonia, 0.


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Volume crous the 2a000000-
slur. mark In three of he five.
tSow. Total tunover of 10,-
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viOlsce O .7L 'I, 1951.
Mou TormDown
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WASHINGTON. April B (UP)-
The tous e today rebuffed Presi-
dent ]isenhower by tentatively
rejecting a move to approve a
united version of his public
housing program.
The House first rejected by a
vote of 128 to 89 a Democratic
move to authorize the full pro.
oram of 140.000 new public hous-
t unt requested by President
ls enhower. Republicans Joined in
defeating that move.
Then, some Democratic support-
era of public housing joined in
defeating a Republican move to
shove through a version which
would have allowed 53000 addition-
al unts. The teller vote was 164
to T.
The actions cleared the way for
the Democrats to force a roilcall
later. This would force the Repub-
licans to choose between rebuffing
the President or accepting his
program in full.
The Democratic move c a m e
after GOP leader Charles A. Hal-
lack had assured the House that
the Republican compromise plan
was "satisfactory" to the admin-
istration. He said it would have
allowed construction of TO,000O units
over the next two years-Including
35,000 to which the government
already is committed.
The President's program called
for 140,000 over a four-year period
at a rate of 35,000 a year.
When the Republlcan compro-
mise was offered, Democratic whip
John W. McCormack (Moss.) and
a group of New York Democrats
refused to vote for it.
Earlier, the House tentatively re-
Jected an administration request


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"1 IKing and I," "The Big
Kf," "Paint Your Wagon."
"Aofa Lucasta," "I Am A Cam-
er'qn ".al Joey," and-"The Moon
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"Guys "and Dolls" should be en-
chonting with a British accent.
WiMl" if they've changed the
naine of Nathan Detroit to Perci-,
val Birmingham?
4 sad story with the making a
.,a happy ending: in U1952. BY
1iWler was hailed as one of Hot-
13400's coming stars. She'd co-
*t ard with Broderick Crawford
Ite"The Mob" and had a big part
bl "'Taxi." In 1053, she came back
to iNew York, where she'd started
found that TV producers had
footten her. Therp were hard
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BERKELEY. Calif.-(~uP)--Dli-
wcovery of a blood serum to combat
serious complications which osee.
ulonally fellow amalipos vaie .S
lions sms been s nounced by vthe
S U ef ty of California School e

o The concentrate, known as "vae.
clne immune gamma globulin,"
she danced i a Providence, R.I. was developed Dr. C. Henr
Snightclub. I Kotpe, assistant oeso of
"That didn't last long," she said, ties at the university.
with an H-frown. "After one en Dr. Kompe developed the serum
gagement they asked me to sing." in Inda in Io after collecting
w thougI she'd had no voice blood from volunteers In til U.
training, she did well enough to blood from volunteer in the U.S.
land some top TV jobs. Then one armed forces who hid been vae.
day her voice quit, so she had to cinated a short time before.
quickly Lake lessons. The serum Kompe extracted
"I never could sing ballads be-from this blood was found to con-
fore," she says, "because I tain high concentration of atnil
couldn't sustain a note. Now I can. bodies against the virus used in
In my lessons, I sing opera and smallpox vaccinations. A test on
things like 'The Messiah.' I'll nev children hens sbowqd this vaccine
er have to do that on TV. but it's adt qnly was highly effective in
nice to know I can." combating post.vaccinations com-I
She's also the only gal on TV plications but also In fighting
with an H between her eyes. As
far as I'm concerned, she could i...-...
mike a career out of that alone.
Roger Price the man who in-
vented TDroodies," is a de -think-
er. And he has deep-thought thatNIEFRU
what New York needs is more
weather. His campaign goes on
nl htly over his local New York
TV weather show but I thought Great W


Smcretary. you might be interested in hearing
ihen ftosco Kars gave her a how thI publicspirited citizen i
t his DuMont show. "Rocky progressing.
Detective Maybe bthe worst
is Let's watch and ee this Roger hs priced a glacier, an
B" J e u . a b e s o ys h e c a n g e t i t f o r o n l
re am-a u .nfold. heS t Is a Size 24 glacier, an
a original Amateur Hour. now would cover the island of Manbal
0 a. old, wWl have a splashy tan" up to 34Mt b street plus all o
a on April i t to inBicze its _useens and part of NWw Jersey
S broadcast. In that tim The glacier is used, but in excel
th 'v auditioned 800,000 asir lent condition since the old own
Including kids like Paul Win- crs were some elderly Eskimo
, Teresa Brewer, Mim Ben. who didn't abuse it.
land Frank Sinatra.t was The glacier should pep up Ne
.athe trouble. York's weather, which has been
-G.. v pretty dull the last few -years. I
beniever tty Ann Grove t doesn't work out perhaps their
s, which is seldom, the lines Roger could et something else.
ee her eyes form an talic know where he can pick up some
e 1 H. The foregoIg Intforma- hot monsoons cheap
a no sinefc whatso- Eddie Albert and his wife, Mar
onceld d id the phe- o, will make theirnightlub de
across" a In fen" w table. gut te at atheWldorf
S iny't take my eyes off it. ew Astoria's Empire Room. Separate
in my set have H's on their ly, of course, they've done won
gig- derful things-but it's nice for I
"'..A- ............ ,.. young married couple to spend
a b.t stads ifor Happy., be- their evening together.
eause that's what Betty Ann is. T Topers
e is also retty, She is also tal- MILTON BERLE INBC-TV):
mged. She f iaao .*fresh om go.a I just ate some Oysters Bobo-
ob-she used te.lay Red But- it used to be Oysters Rockefel-
tons' gir friend, but tost out in ler, but everything's in her name
theW. Buttons bust-up a week or now.
so Slt. She is. not completely
unemployed, however, because she
til s "The Big Payoff" and But Not His 0Wm
Club," which keep her
YORK, Neb. -(UP)- \en Trof,
aB s a Jill of alt trade hniz, a baker, wonh-_-,
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Sdop- tipngh. h Nvy Paci f *773 n.di- DIABLO SPINNING CUt m ING I
SPhne boo 3708. FOR SALE E:. For older 7:30 p.m. -- Cubhuw'
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1 7PO SASEALE- ..-U9 Plymouth 4-door M14RINF E qia uu
Snt bed th moat- Mok me e ofer. "Can be sw JUNE JDIM J UNT 0 ARIIm
m oar double aouse No. 547, Corozel e AIpy i
%,,, Vie- aeR- .N -FO.A46 'or J. C 3 fuil days. Lav Aril 9 at e7C:3h 0
i te. Vista .r.,ri eetranbel. OR ,ALE: 1947 Cadiac on, ., retur lte Suy afternoon
p: i LE: vit deluxe condition. motor Just over- A ii I Fishing 'u the Pearl
SSAL.E: -- Lvlrrom furniture, hailed, new point job $1000. 210- In, visiting wl pritive Chaoc
c; ro ph ad ker; D Pedro Miue l, Phone 317, office Indians, spearin crocodiles, Ick light .
j i eOQd Alp. 2196. ph'na Blb 2559. hunting, cruising up the Somu river
i davnort & A Naboard l Panma's Virg. Lat bt FOR RENT: S4 bedrooms
tuet. nd, WANTED se aker; s tripto 1Ien th.is. dry s ...o
0 Al-- Automobiles .5. doilies camfoflab
M mFor Informatlon, eurvonn, pne 2228 during offi Leurd Caretak- p Csr. AeaA O
-F IdeIre refrraotor 6 WANTED:-We for CASH 1951, Jungle Jim. Hotel El Panamo, Pnama er acros the street.
u 6d -Ho pita 3 H ENTIACS, PFY- 3-1660 Or your tae gt. FOR RENT:-Cho u ished with __
S2.49. 31 Auto INtional Ave- fOr SALE- Western saddle (h n0 r
S SALE:-Leaving, 6-cu. ft. 25- n*) Tel) ., Panama. kt $1 two .22 Remington FOR RENT:rL J
S cycle Norge rfrierator, porcelain fureelt rifles $22 each; 1un ca1 bul Tng -. nt 1 r0 bued S
I & out $50.00. R-2C,.Rou- WAN $4;' padded shootlngl jacket $8. for reonly, noahe r "purpose.
L ""Pe.o refrierat' MIee neou Some glassware, books, other misc. Phone Panoma 2*.0007 or 8-076a3L .-.
S i r aiALE: a- prco ,,frB.rt T. Po el1n orticles ottage 5852, Walker FOR T '
--Ayr. guorontee $125; dining -- WAT0- l- 25O .hencd jusne from iAvhe.. Diblo.
S ,ble, chairs & buffet 515; kitchen o 1-,p., plefely Evirnude mi FOR SALE:--25-cycle S-tpeed Ger- E' AT e s
h, SOc; rul $52; table radio $7. Jaemt. Pi0iit m 2-4101. erd record changer with Audax Mri FI ll
154-l. ovln Rld. B lb-, -- cartridge. R 2C. Rousealu. LtJ t moem1. $ so.
w a-Y. FOR SALE FOR SALE- NoN lt mTd r" rs
-m LE": Refrlewralore, washing .'l2BuMintgr A CZeTi f

i yer old, perfet condition $80.00, 4234, house 720, Apt. A. form 3 miles from Charme with dphrroom. on .Interior porch. t iDL a t Aw
S and Mgic-Chf i asstve, 4 burn" l Cns and papers for above, with maws room with both. Located o *et Thealt ,
e & 50O0. Apply Paltl.eo, L E VS 0 N, 5 water all year. Good for cattle. Ave. Euseblo A. Morales No. 4, El
-' S P I5-___i__ l Farm Is National land 44-4/5 hect. Congrejo." For information cell 3-
lij~stt^Wtes hauu refragura- LEARN POPULAR 7lANQ playing and Box 312. Cocoll. Canal Zone. 1292, Panama,
tor, 25.cyale, excellent condition aZ qtkly. Beginners Advanced. OR-SALE.-BUILDING, suilSble for FOR RENT:- 2-bedroom apartment
$100; Seers ironer, 25-cycle, excel- Bennett Sudio. 2-1282. warehouse. shop. Comer 50th and with bathroom, recently construt- TRANSP
S lenst condEtion 540;, fSn, 1- 5- 12th Steets, Sn Francisco. F. ICA- ed. "El Congrfjot" Via Argntina
olmst noew, 25-cycle 3 iffgt to-, ZA co. No. 5T.i ephon e-314. BAXTER, SA.
PeR SAE: MiulfPhotn 317rils i .n FOR $tNT Aparfment, C Ale- Aceea Shipper sW, mes
Et -uPter.ust wela soon. Refriger- CatmT .. 5'2
e stoe 565 buffet 2 broom. o chldr. CII f 8
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burners -'with: oven, 46 Inches' sale RENT: FyishlMe Wl.
Sd LtLh 1 Inch'es, heihl 34 inches were killed. .O CSnl Zon.. Tel.. -4I11. .
jill No. 190, Central The Isra -llnvasio, of Egrp.w iORENT:-o"iL .-a
I -tiea ^ tp t^t_ wasad 'nf *-4: --
WANTEDIOcBUYof /2shak cycaRealaartments with Ivln w and dich- r=
f -R A: NeW dlniw.raim Set, LO.^ Shwlashouse a. "l.saho bIath BI" 'In i "'C Ae s"
bn nf, desnds, a bi ehsp, 2 bo' bicycles. ne.omwith fo o atel rl2
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boltedtd se rana No man. rNT Furnishd apartment, ...
.tl" anzrno..man- = ora..4otmal'*Po wiout children,
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aof $16 per a t of; her Tht s Chlicldenth s God -e h l e d o
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gree cdt fM at Tl-t $1. Arble. aomparobrdr s SBpknlsX ana
nnn month hr placed a train on a .Cilp
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o the n ionl i- the armiusetvice w ih edod the rain
masn the incetome of fightlne In the holy land.
e rn aInch g survivreeet-, at.DI. __ _T I dvn------- _aF O R ,
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N: EW YORK, April 5 (UP)-It looks like the oyrav a ntdto a i Am l


vA+ e old story coming up in the peIndaift fces-the .3 e; eV 7lV i
dub at the'J uapP ftuco
Yy and the Dodgers all the way. track.
1 4 Otilean jockey Vietwr Ordi
*i bil"n the last five years we' The injury M outelader o1, formed a perfect omblina
ti .cked against better Yank- bv Thomson was a Iing blow with the hefty Chilean ari
e e Sthan Cagey stengel's to the Bravq who had aurn.n- OrdoAet jot Dealo llbE ol
iditton but much as base-:dered good pitching Wn two deals top, tave, off Pato
aill in general needs a western including the one for Bobby. lenges to the lastfbend and
winner for a change there is not When Thomson returns, the something in reserve when
A" great challenger in sight. iBraves might make a run for It tuels choice Supersun came
a the National League, it fig- but time is against them.. In the homestretch.
urea to be Brooklyn in another' The Oiants hopto be aealee- ? 'te latter waswellpsoeed
breee even with the league a.er with good pito oing but -tI mowed up threatehitgly on'
Iit stronger over all than last others won't cause niuch lost home turn but was sulking
keas sleep among the top teamB, the finish. The entry of An
American Leaue Yank- At least they won't until April and Welsh Fox came up wit
e0b Indians. White Sox Red 13. rush in the stretch sand cl(
5.. Washington, Athletics, t very fast. AnRlia. a bad tra
M OIrtloe. Detroit. t *of the way, closed as
Nasunal League Dodgers. pn A \ re of all to take thirdPlace, .
Cardinals, Braves, GIants, galS I 1eSt r The time was a fair 1:.29
HO W Redless. Cubs, PI- Dejelo Solo, qeonad choice in
bat.tilne returned $ 40 and $1


would be an ideal swing |
t against the Yankees F rOfr ansas In'
bave a mlaerable exhibi-
t cord and it ever a club'
fpe for a fall It's the five-. -
S champs. who have! lost a
%a=xa(Billy Martin) and aK 9 X elasy
1ne pitcher (Vie Raschil.
4t lons ago as the spring I -
2 Stengel began worry!nt -
tcom lacency. He found, AUSTIN, Toxa$. April 5 (UPn-
Sto it twice and any ri- We Santee ... the Kansas Unl-
hi thanks the Yankees are varsity runner who passed up a
o be lead-headed with chance to try for a four-minute
better forget it. mile in the Texas Relays to run
A motion marks on the In Baton event ... has written
PA ailing Mickey Mant!e. history anyway. He helped win
i--Rl zzuto and Allie three major events and set a
ajd, for the moment, world record in one.
arite fire. adder, Wee earned the vote as the
Shrey hlace Rasdhdl outstanding performer in the
I.-ng prospect in annual event for the second
irim a have bench straight year, an unprecedented
to cover imperfections feat.
Sthe infield or outfield. The Ashland. Kansas, saeed-
.dUn with that big ster anchored all three ao the
1 blm with Bob Lem- winning Kansa. teams. '
o:and Mike Gar-: The sprint medley team whirl-
iShTvDe see to plug in ed home In a blazing three min-
l ry second placer s tes, 20 and two-tenths seconds,
au And the outfield Wor- eclipsing a world mark set by
dtager Al Lopez last sea- New York. University In 1950.
S tl do. S_ Santee was unofficially clocked
s puky White Box hope it pne-minut, 47 and seven-
.* hatoon the Yankee' tenths seconds for his half-mile.
p powerr nd powerful pitch- ard.
o s all the way. The Red His two-mile relay team set a
tpeing this spring with new Texas Relays mark of seven
b t hoeM, were set back, minutes, 34 and one-tenth sec-
S re T rhe rest don't fi g-
medthh iMgnor tocn Oddly enough, it wao Sante'
aa a canp performance In the four-ml re-
nwith. ewcombe ay. in which the Kan did
S froam aCr.ee as every- not set a new record, which
SIt needs or a third brought the drowd or16 'thbu-
iht pennant. The club is sand fans to Its feet. Santee an
tbut no decrepit, a fact chored that one with a blazing
obvious by the excellent four-minute. five and eighth-
rookle prospects who can't make tenths second mile, coming from
mleclub. behind and finhIshed 70 yards In
The Cardinals, with Harvey the lead for a team time of 17
Nuddl, Gerry Staley and Raq- minutes, 15 and six-tenths sec-
-it heading the pitching staff. onds.
,061 s .et off to a good start So outstanding, was the burr-
ad with the cagey handling haired. KAna senior's per-
V*, ge to get from Bddle formance that It overshadowed
S.. can be tough. other outstanding relay. feats.
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There was no show betting.
Ordofiez was the day's rk
star with three victories. He
so triumphed aboard Anotl
Fulmar and La Enea.
Formful racing pirjalled.
only mild upset beifg Caanp
no's $10.60 in the fourth rae
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FIRST RACE The thrd place
1-Diana $6.20. $6.60. $4.20. BraSias ok andO
2-Colirio $7. 84.20. should be the h
3-Sinceridad $4.80. forthcoming mat
SECOND RACE
1-Another Fulmar $5.20, $3.20, The Individual
$2.60.
2-Our Fancy $15.80, $5. Panasa 11
3-Tom Colllns 2 .60. .
First Donblq: (lana-Aqth- Muller .........
er Fulmar Si .e3. Schmitt ...*..
THIRD RACE Dehlinger .....
1-Jal Alal $23.0. (3.40. $2.20. Gerrans ......
2-Sol Naciente $.80, 32.20. Shannon ......
3-Melvina $3.80. Pla ..........
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FOURTH RACEMGM. Alas .......
FOURTH BAC 0G. di la Guardli
1-Oampeslno $10.60. $5.60, $4.80. Westman ......
2-Coran 83.80. $3.20. Clisbee ........
3-Duke Malon -$6.20. *Hunsfeker .....
Quinlela.: (Campesito Co- Matheey .....
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S BELLA VISTA Results
about It 3:4. 4:45, 6:55, M pn., BYT UNITED PRESS
The mighty adventure of
THER" Insa in... At savannah, oa.
THER" CINEMASCOPE Yankees- 20000207-1115 4
ith Savannah 013040001- 9 11 1
,rlton Lopat Kusava (6), Gorman
WTON Tyrone Power Terry Moore (8). Miller (9),'McNaid (9W and
* In -. Berra: Napoles, Steele (4). Skid-
beth "KING OF THE ron (7). Norris (9), Duser (91
OTT and Klutts, Robertson (7), WP
& KHYBER RIFLES" norman, LP, Norris, HR-WUl-
aie In TECHNICOLOR and Hlams, Pinkston.
STI STEREOPHONIC SOUNDI.I At Charlotte. N.C
IRedlegs 1 0000022-10 15 0
Senators 000000031- 4 11 1
Baczewskl Fowler (6) and
L CECIL IA GREAT Bailey. Landrith: Marrero. Stone
CILIA DOUBLE! (6) and Fitaerald. WP-Bac-
"ALL AMERICAN" M Hriman.Post
C-END with
EASE I T ny Red Sox 000010020-3 8 2
:-0 pan. CURTIS Atlanta 100 000 00---2 5 3
S,]D* lely, Brewer (9) and White,
I Lorin Owen (7); Gigirle. Orinom (8).
L NELSON Pope (9)* and Solt. WP-KIely.
T lus LP-Orissom. HR-Petty.
"VEILS OF BAGDAD" At Birmlnugham. Ala.
N" In TMNIcoLo Phlimes O000 010-1 4 2
SI. BImngham 100000001-2 7 0
with VICTOR MATURE Miller. Greenwqod f(6, San-
ford (8 and Loa W: l;rban and.
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O". A I T iO 0 LAt Mobile. Ala.
Orioles 1000010 000 -2 7 3
Glen Ford. id Cubs 000 14I 170t -10 12 0
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W5ealdent Elsenhowerea
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freplar four TWWNTT-NINU. IMA' t
a for next year, con-. .,
a.l statistics a sowed to-

tJ2Ze;o. Fired French

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yea.. s ,eiat PARIS, April 5 (UP)-M.arshl eph L.nlel to alae n lb a
SSice then Congress Alphonse stripped of all his pech in whioh de-
uirale fls taxes a blF. French defense posts last week, re. nounced the Eu he motor#; f
rs a year, however thus signed today as Nato commander The ariy .schmt wld* minaltry "and
ra the .rospectiv deficit of all central European land, sea 000 rearmed Gf~Ianasthe a ai t Ge a .
Samountr^ and air forces.- form of a comnt Eropea do imapd ,ea loaa
members till look hope- He said he would Join Gen. fense force. ,!.. f hi the
toar the bugeba Charles De Gaulle in an all-ou Te a e.
and have their lt asime fightagainst the European Army he was w. Eu daultipt
l President's .,Sl oW 0000 plan. p. upea- Ar"'y lao -
a idt rteae whici the Juia was publicly humbled for of Americate for Ina to s
f -reign-Lrs Committee ignoring an order of Premier Jo. Western a iro uts6 naoe moto, Na
considering later today.
;John Vorys (RsO) actll o
eek a reduction butdoubted-
-Will be any "great_ big cuts."
4' t8 waye, u. re- still-
A MJi1779,900.00 me-
for the Armed Forces
is ilde for possible major

boo-a prime target of th ,e


the- e te raied ae-


o odditir'the House apropr-

441 from the
Depart-




L ybi. i could VICTIMS RED ATAC Wouneddon t Din n itl tretda
S ,0 from i after houproposed
.PoI :Offlice appropria-
Sddeoa'the House aproprin Din B
committee last wee voted
Si, o 757 .441 from the new
Iearttnt budget. high dThe
Sas et ate ured A mlron
Slaata thus far hasA ceted, b o Red were ond
,bi.ps. It could V ICTS .RteD ATACK Woundedn on ofthe Dibarbed wire atu wil t a
etg. s Ar reductons. ut one i o after .thoussands 0t-.Vp bro kettlrb, sth










Safpll choos practice ifrt will poijfOla ups a of nhr wgeks a- dawn. t defeer. foughtIn
lg prethe much with the a git tPhe bpodyuinforito the n Blen ochinau ,rntlnes were s. ATTA
propoAlte ll or even restore The highommnd reported o
p ro g rpm. de le te d by th e ,,r l. ple.. t h.r. o h o r . .. ..


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supper the French Union do ental supplies suor the ed a town 40 mile a
u, A e D nB e n P h u
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thiUt bewill ese ted ne de wtr reported confident army. ni nn d. N
lpo t at tl.vdad Or-y they hao absorbed the othe Far teo the south. Community
o, Roell Ooin Reao di out at th time. etmln h forces thrusting Into Hopeit
^ hiunA. Jsncoole, rduoberto "MD e h .rhth de Castries ra the kunderVom o r of dareknoa .." *
lnole. Ctlaforti n a"G ..at. a Q U. n o.the Aou ,b .
nd obenu The first wavelr-i or- the er"humn RTheored t ranco-Cambodlan fig.ruig his .ne
ut onpa.1_ o i pa li V riaoni turned Ai military On- man01ae ied lpthe
fatherr atAn*##. ofr ld. bodies of 20 Reds were found I nr
,rtl before.It s in. '1lbs aue reported only dangling on the barbed wire At
h W+ n numbers fr Aate eupm of lung -dawn.
t VIST the A.hDdlEn Den Phu fr ntlles were
Altahe a eltowhin P'thenehk n iel ted of, The highomand reported











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the anhveraSy of NTO,

the sfuni tl toeo e ft O, hi -
newes weapod 9 land warfare.
II can auiSAu ioVan that no
one weapon r combld on of such


He said the Soviet int euue, t-
log Russian admisslon to TO
of beyond my fiel o! sponslbl.
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xpcted to be ecoaplted this sum-
ina and t reviewed by the NATO,
AlWhnues the NATO military ma-
hlne as astil a tudynve net l ona"
fishing apparatus, officials fee
that it hau bolstered the B






tion hnve a bulwark of more
ee ai for be forens about







4,000 planes, half of which
are t arpal n oe oo wofu







hI ad ithas about i2d air
others orbit anrd IsplnI-
eg to i rease this to 4 s0.u
marnd bereiewed bys the NATO













t tirce has .it
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citn is col"ent ve n te 1iat







th was formed it had
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"Sevon Yft

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Wednesday

The temptations. that .befa.
husband of seven yeai' fantO
marriage when his wife and Boa
go away for the summer-Is the
ging theme of. the 'Cirle
Theater' latest" pr ,
"Th6 Seen Yoar W 7, a HAM
and fsky comedy is AM runnij
o Brodway.
For the first ti m sahe its In-
ter d Pad J ,,
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rolve.'Win


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dAlie thnoln te arming," young
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'Thbe.Voice of The Turtle," a looel
Theater Guild producing, In "Se.
Yr Itch" she aan hair






SW htous.'laughter 1aa_ .erves-
cnce to the breezy role w the
"rapqstaiA." w
Switching at a rapW pace from
hix.-drean world to stark reality
the 'neglected" srpoue ffinds to hlis




deAn that a earning, yotrst
Bing&egr occupies, the rnitment
above. with a wild aba=don hem.




who addrks ugro a plan to tIeve and's
reduce tra.on i po aed. b
Arline Lincoln, the femininW leodi
will be remembered for be pret



p ortrayal of Sally O in





boh hndled by hollie
Downle who was aJ by ed-.
Te Voic the o.rcle's l"Dial
Theater Guild product has arIevd
year itch" she a ti h r
tigeious t laughter a6 t ferves-
cence to the breezy roe, of the
"gilr ipstair.
An absent-minded 'pvyeMatrist
who adds greatly to the husband's
frustration is portrayed- b Bob
YrIntston who b~, a11pead In
gBern Yesterday, an Jtyaf
The ever-loving, wN6""hrwwb l
0*0i~ the dream fgin ew 106
beftg handled by a14111 Tttll
Dowme who was: aelu -by cri-
tics in the Circle'sa ..k~a "Dial
M," and who has MM tred in.
countless Theater ptm neen"ta^
000,M is the slight U .s~ lal
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ear awOrd of Mone' to show sRolftr ae i"
-Ltc*,BS*,s h0inton, Ceamony, the lPddmmt "
cauItr Crose. MrI&Zahara rete-Uy won lis g a
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