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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00672
 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.
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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: AA00010883:00672
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I Preidet ReMton on le ut alto e the tria of Gnl
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Th te4stlny compiled by th He aid hi position in the ca
mlitete phM who did at permit him to go into
,W !,knew t the plot be- details, but that there were In-
for as Mlet6 Peres Vene, detlons that the treaty was
ro, adro uellar Ao e me of, the factors which coutri-
na. N &S, NaWr&. lWA A I- buted to the plot against the
yarLf'' ate ora toi, life of President Remon.

US, Ching Are Considering.

Joint Command In Formosa
TASW ra, aia, March 5 tute a grave menace to the peaci6
(UP) Adr. Soeart Crn. ot theFar East and the world."
Chief aof Naval Operations -si orty Red sunboata and mor

entatry reported.
leI under cover of a
eand engage in a gun
the llatd orison ft
V dispatches from Mat-
it say what damage the
tack caused. The Reds
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,M ar 8 () exists for excellent
F# .o -a (UP) tralnln of oung
t-VI so aWNsS. S e Ca oneunlar
an sly average opinion of the two n
12 centl y raise tives of the 4Addleta
ay e afI 01 wiveselmtton of Colleges and
an=W'I L "Ptakb ary schools wbho visited I
enda leeet" wi t M o'n week to evaluate the Juil
"y. lep for continued accr
Another House oenmmittee en- ler or c uac
dorado legIlation, to give potai T l.' two represented
employes pay. boosts averaging Dr, Pi.l D, Shafer, pta
7 per cent. Packet C& late' njti
The combined cot of the two Bro k d Dr. hg
measures would be 66 million See, d of Admib
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The argo.. stored in the burned Nao i1t0 el
Dutch frsiotr Bomr was a complete hI
Ing to a ihpg official who said ata.ttWmpst
will be mvT tuesday when an average acjstf t

uaaou a year, *is excUIUsive Lemnu& I * V W MAv1 RMV3 AS.1 S
of A third bil to grant wage in- by plane Wediay a are to here from Erope. ..
creases to a million'Civil ork. return Saturay 4 the anana The 7 .ton freighter was moved yepterdhap
era. liner.
ptep. Paul. J. Mikiay (P-Tex.), The two educators called at noon from A 1er 4 to Pier 18 in Balboao udints
Chairman of the armed' services the off*ipf .- -We SeyBoild rations of 521 tons of pharmaceutical goods sto
subcommittee which headed the Friday m t l. The. 'eto lo .. "- -u*" ......,r-- Ye"--r-s" |
wives' hardship pinSs, said he comn blS. L. Don6ban, ci- the burned-hatch are stil& in progress. Yesterday 1
expects the full committee to ap- vii A ir Drector, S. E. lter, of insecticke 'believed to be generating an explosivej
prove the bill next, Tuesday so superintendent. of Schogl, and .e. o t :
the House can pass it Thursday. Roger C. ackett, dean oL there take off the ship.
4 hunie c oege. Although there is still a fire watch aboard, thk
bythe poPst Offleeb CMne. mide, a complete ieton. of apparently no danger of explosion or a further dutb
Si Mated pr eBone action the schoU plant; visited md ob- of fire on the ship.
with&b the Sext"three weeks. served classroom work; examin-ur irn N hatch Wd
It i. more eontoveMtal than e..the college curricula; and A-ten-hour fire in the No. 5 hatc h Wed'neol"d
the GI pay bll because it ex- taked with students, parents, exFtn uished while the vessel was at sea, but the s
e*4. adminltoptiop request. dent observers. nd epen C H. Krul decided to return to Balboa for ae
The military measure ought In -discussing their visit here, r .
r'the admlnUstrotioa to make both Dr. SBeIldd and Dr. Shafer we I T a .
dvtce careers more attractive, said that, exe$m or the. lk .ia ley 's efforts., woe Two Panam: Can,
roviMes no raims / lor manlft an adeuath auditor iumn he Iudi b oe e Canal shiMlI I were aboard the a l


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Marh 5 (UP) Vice Preildent
Richard M. -ixon urged the
countries of Central Amerlca
and the Caribbean today to
form a.ptrong regional coalition
to hSalte their political stability
and eccaomlc prosperity.
Such a move, he said in an in-
terview st.the end of his 7,500-
ndlemwodwl tourem of the region,
Id thwart any -Commaunist
e to infiltrate the 'Western
Heolspher? through the small
, [-to said he believed the
desa wld go a long way to
"mlmnai trditlonal political
5'uds and heh.lp Wle tie grave
3onome l e 0ia herent in
te .o-ecrop economy of some
,n Mes in the are. -
He eclflel meted the
five-nqtlon OlRa l-altion of
tenatr l erican States expand
to Ineude Paatnam, 'Cu, the
u R public an Haitl.-
]B$ e tab Jt-o M eould

In G ateM PAJ .
At tlhi eosfurepne. tWe for-
eln mon of huatemala,
-1. l2.rE Hondur., Nicar-
rg r Costa Rica ae to es-
rbelah at uertariat 'for the
present orgaan ..on
He wagAzed ftha anitgh crn,
jrnCV MM adfwnt trend
fo n y..^B .A ne .i -the
W W Mteobo Ar-
ta" n of u ontinus-
tlol of lc t fEF S" would
make It the weakest U k-in the
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LONION, March 5 (UP) -
British defense minister Harold
MacMillan said last night the
Americans became suspicious of
sharing nuclear secrets with
Britain because of the "terrible
disaster" of security leaks by
MacMillan made the observa-
tion In an off-the-curt observa-
tion during a radio interview.
It followed Moscuw disclosure
that. Brit$fh atomic scientist
Brunoe Poieeorvo had fled to
Ruis, 1 1980 and now is en-
Sp toml research.
b d s a,,iister, do-
I watie e g letAmerle shar-
lang of *e mul *ent- d tb-
security leHak- tM4t *tatned
Britasin ad th United States
after the war.
"As I came here," MacMillan
remarked,-"I s1 w the name of
iPontecorwo on, a newspaper."'
Then he went on to discus the
break-down of Anglo-American
atomic cooperation.
"Everything was going well In
this field-mntil the traitors," he
Bald. "MA4wimpb. #e tsd this
terrible *stwr of men giving
away secmf,-)be Americans, not
unnaturu became vety suspi-
clous of wa lt a. muore."
trait., lInbflian did net
eelflcay xefer to Ponteedr?
#e or to ske-ittst KMans r.eus,
SM4f.od.t Of- ln felowlw r his
is C OW lor givin
Nor OdK flpand of his use
of the worl'a "sereta." There was
no indication whether he meant
military -ereb or nuclear theo-
ponteeorve, In a Moseew press
confer enc yesterday, claimed his
mleao rebeqath siuce-cemtgft to
"w"t q limited to peaceful
spphiatfbn. .
MacMs l 2 that Britail
ma* mfvin towrld rtstoratiop
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orp o.autio wZm:e month. A.-
Traitor my pril tes or tiir equivalent
o c T with mars than years service
ornIIIc raitors wouldsh ncreas". .0Bto$101.-
40 a mth
The xl also raises hazard du-
*ty pay.lind incrames the pay of

with all Soviet citizens I am
ready to serve the people to the
beat of my strength and ability."
. The Italian-born Pontecorvo
yas a British citizen when he
left the Harwell atomic research
station and Britain five years
He appeared at a lavishly stag-
ed press conference at the So-
viet Academy of Sciences build-
ing for his 'first words to news-
men since .he came to Ruoassia.
His presence in Russia was
confirnde Tuesday wheh he
wrote statemetns for the news-
papers Pravda nad Izvestil. T es-
terday he ridiculed auggestions
those statements had been ex-
torted from him.
lHe said be was offered a choice
in various fields of wor when he
came to Russia, "and since I was
interested in high energy, _1
chose that."
Asked what b lmesat by
high energy, Pltseorvo -re-

aviation! cadet. trom $t06o $161
a month. West Point cadets and
Annapolis midhlmen would
Jump from $989 to.4 1,33 a ,ear.
MHs Faith Stoughton, wife
of Air Force I. 8t. CecU W.
Stoughten said aer husband's
S28.39-a-month raise would
"almnfl pay our milk bilL" A
mother of four, she said she
baby-R.S to help pay the bills.
A mother of two, Mrs. Lydia
Bell, said she atiPher Army hus-
band, SgS. Lewis 8. Doll, have
lived in a trailer siace getting
marrileesmven years ago. The
W.01 7rla her husband would
get l meat we could make
ends sc she ald.
Mrs. o BroCkman, an ex-
pecstnt other, who listed her
family at"dne and a half" chil-
dren, Mift her husband's $23.43
monthly ise would help pay
back bulL She'- the wife of
Persomjdman rdwart B. Brock-

e ethe fauty ag adjuster namn-
Iat bqle tween the C dljk is- expected to arifl here
aand the Juof.t Tuesday.
Col ge". It is believed It wil tale him
They were unable to cormmeat about one l-ay to make his in-
specfical y op their report Wch vestigation and e *r p esti-
wUll to th Middle Stat As- mate 6f damage to o W s
socilon, b % expressed a' a- well as the salvage talu.s the
elation a or, e hospitable an- goods.
ner in Stehl theg were recved A Lloyds ofLondon epresents-
here Wi gahbol authorities and tive said today he believed that
many others with whom %they after the pare in the No. 5
have come'in contact. hatch is emptied, lt may be
The Inspection visit by the two neepssary to re.w some of the,
representatives is a final phase goods stored in the No. 4 hold
of the periodic evaluation of the also because It was I ied with
Ca4al Zone Junior College for water during the firefighting
accreditation. The faculty has operations.
conducted a "self-avaluation" The ship Is not expected to
progri during the past two a- sail antil Thursday, or Friday of
cholastle years in which all next week. depending on the de-
phases of the school work was cision of the average adjuster.
measured by criteria set forth by Fear abip's pas" glrs are
the Middle States Association, of remaining aboard, kad os D
which the Canal Zone High e them put it today we're
Schoos aend Junior College are e sti look at Pafnm."
members. =ey were not disturbed ever
BOth Shafer and Seidle have the unscheduled delay.
partieIpateS In numerous school The ship, bound for Peru left
and college evaluation before. Balboa Tuesayv, but returned
They have also had- wide ex- Thursday night with the No. e
perience in the field of education hatch still smoldering. The bags
and ae recognized among the of powdered insecticide were hot
leading perWopalities of their when unloaded at Pier 14 yester-
protfbslop. day.

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ofen r..' i efte leaches Helsinki;
argye n1 the dft-nh of e- m De

Snewsma askedit e-e Motscow Airport Dry-Eyed
vieta mre doil g Auo tpyesearc %,hUeyed
rlde- th im, he EM h (UP) off. A lo the airport were am- and Sir William Hayter of Brit-
replied: "You the Father agea Uette, the bagadqus Joxe of France ailn.
Soviet vfover n earrying last foreign Moscow, are
on a campaign fr the 1,aInn. arrived a: the eol W Airport of -- --
of aton* wou HeluinslWtoday Sa t1:15 OMT
;re s w 2 iofsfoyance on a 804t A Mat*plne from
wh.r eled for pf. i'aswer to Moscow after bLt dl.ed bying

fjd,Ihve no0I&K do with
'bork on atumlc eyte puli-
tary Ipurpes heew a. pion-
Ial knowleage wk on aomte
uler for ltJit urpeM iLA
the~~W ande~f*
'reamgfa salt- tis wii. cad
ahIB^ I'B,11! 1.blon Inant
av ri s outside Be re-
fneed to *mnau i&m~taress Sri;
to Rued-a after lrepaflture
ireaibe~a~a^,pa are

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Moscow$atm Beo"
once In eury two Ax
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welding up t bles in
the mouree sd.
The hobts wire drilled In
deck to hlIp put out the flM.r
nozzles which gave off a
spray were ed to keep the
cool and a. pow water
to the burning hth. ,Te
tai had atternted to
the fire
wqt blankets an pestabtl
'tinulshers. butV h e-'
method. proved una s
used the steam
tern, blowing dry Wle
hold direct from the
When that failed, holed '
opened on the deck and
was poured in.
Although the cause of
hqa not yet been daterW
was believed the blaze
as a result @of apot#edUit.
Sbustion caused, whel l
the cargo became wet.
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|VA .w%. AANCe10 2. 4.00o By VICTOR RIESEL
...y OUR FORUM TH.E -EAPIR OWN COLUMN I -i..e ha, before it a confidential
S, eport which says pualy that
S` A there S a labor vote, that it is
deliverable, that it has been deo
SM A I B X9. livered to th. Democrats and that
S, Walter Reuther Is labqr's most
h. fluential political Jelr.
S he Mail eBa is ean pen forum for readers o The Panama Americ f
received gretefullv and ee kadld i wholly cfldeetia' Tyhi special samy, prepared
(n. ,.by rebearcheis the GOP believes
. eu centrikute letter doe't be impaeient If It de*e't Ppple t* be b politically expert and accu-
I, s. Letters sre published in the order received. tate, states tnal, "Probably the
," ea. tiy to keep the lattefn limited to e page. length. most important single de ulopment
S ldnitVy fI letter writer is held in strictest confidence. revealed by the 19 P4 co ressional
Thi ewisepaper assume we responsibility for statements as opinions .eetioaS l te tartilngdisplay d
a prosftd in letters from readers. strepgtia by labor orgasations. .
S- - Because of the coming merger of
C ,, .IT.t lhe AFL and CIO and uheir effec-
CO SOLITO live political organizations, this re.
S. ,port is receiving consderahe at-
W tentionb inside he Repullcan high
In reading your Mail Box the letter signed, Another Tenant ,.euiatand In suhsin ton. The dOP
I 9tadtBect me very much. There were a lot of good points brought l,rein Decembe, after tWeeks of
$vp. uDo the problem of solution was inadequate. I will make an study t labors itiUcai activity
u t L pinpoint one of the problems with my idea of t and expvnditres the recent elee
.-on which switched control of Coma-
13 GROUNDS: Area is available for at least three play- reg s to the Democrats.
'd for the neighborhood. Equipment la available through his report assert, that labor's
r8 Clal Service Officer, Coco Solo. I imagine someone wl irength "was demonstrated most
Iat to ai w ihy pick on the L.S.O. Well. lt's tias way, the. large diely in Michigan, l snnol and.
ItpOg um which sl located in Coco Soilto and known as the Pennsyiv and to a lesser, even
Plbousle ls a noldmine inrough the overcharging on the items thou amazing extent, In Oregon
bld there. ; nd aWisonsmn "
SThis excess profit which at times is 30% above cost does not
r anywhere else but tthe Bpecial servio Fund. oco Solo0, which However, the survey pays most.
t he fund for the military and their dependents Station- n; its attention to Michbian, which
a living at that base. i t characterizes as labor's "pilot
Some of the expenditures of this fund are for beer parties, I operation The report bluntly
opship of children's parties, Little League baseball, etc. tells its own people that:
E .ow with this lashup -Mp of the residents who are not, .Michigan can no longer be
Aary. staltioned at Coco Solo derive any benefits from the counted aa a Republican state.,



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ad- h orng ar.eo .2alMzdoaotWe f ,.--
tmera s A. ouh a Joanewoyo, ofao t ofk
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Sthpey re.e on' belng overharged for commodities at the For the flirsa t timsne e1te 1 t e. 'NULOCMi S-ATS doill
li. o Clt ubhouse. t Re ublicanslost the ientcrs ate -y . earg. t t"e"
Here are some examples of the overcharging: "Pan Ideal" cket. The iepubllcans even had Regarding this, Harry Booth Ci- t t
polls in the republic of Panams for 2W. is sold in the club- their maerity In the Michigan Vago a y. and fWiner FaC of.
w for 25c. Native beer which sells at all mitary pot for House oRep resentatives cut to fleal, ed bef ore tb Sweats ....,i as
ISfor a 12 s. bottle l Ie., lee cream soda Is 400. where you the bone and the Democrat. made LJ committee: that the. cmmislp itself
am get it in town for 15c. gUins lW the State Senate. Om econving "It Is clear that while he wa nee ot th rlunor ad gt to
STe profit from the clubhouse should be turned over to the "All one has to do to uadersted representing Uhio e ad e wains he fact in-a-hort gtae."
T -z lents of the community to be utilized asu tey see fit for the how Michigan has been crat ad Sburbae Teephone McCtsi tu sal e a
be rit of the residents. Such as sponsoring the Baseball Leagues, from a relatively rock-ribb4 B aB aB oADanK ompaies the was ek.rcis. but that the Addtibtr ae
1ater wrty, Bov and Girl Scouts. Christmas parties, and so publican state into p Denm bbatic Oy DUD BRU I ing juridedictlan and positive jur- tices Act would have to i. changed
.. ..state In a period of '*ans 10Ib5and positive s 10d h v oa ge d
J I state in a period of lIaM 10 action ever both these coilpan- to makq it plu e-
Thin plan has worked out at the Navy's Cocoll housing prol- Iyears is to examine the CIO d- les. I "And don't you ape," adrd
. W- -t. where the community sl deriving the benefit of their club- 'rt PALAMOS pain-WdL I sup But there is a certain pervasive ro was south Carolina, but I an "The inteeldtloudhip between Kfauver, "that it i aut a gpood
- M house profit without being gouged. ', document states that the ps homecoigs Ae'the same i.sace about the whole place, In. getting too old for it. I ft less l BeUl companies i.auuch that wihen procedure to have a t t g
The" "o s the .Dm "o'tati "-e is "vrywh'ere. malL piles high iluding a typewriter that recognize. atigued formerly from ta g a an attorney represents. . ths out agai lt (apan a *Ipp .,
- L M. Tenant a"CIO i the m reliever ebty l And everything fouled up and you s its master's two-flnger touch. convoy from the vto teNairobi. two large compal es-and Jhe fSor or five ..oatts, ber e l.
& ww 'a "Tee i vdon'tlwe t want sort out the mess. And there are certainty other thins, Asa I have menoned. b e f o r e. appeared a in rate cas beore the ar retracte" .
; .ne ace .tha m te .med CIOA The l yp bst, and the such as our Carmen who looks lle friendship is a wonderful thing but tblio Public Utilities ,Commiaoen It is not a gedt m .
-r^a eoao | ILh4iiis. n de the such as our Carmen wo
rA .,es Iea wl almost t,. same, best tree down ina a storm. Elizabeth Taylor and our Cristina people are prone to overdo it lnd the Oni, h supreme Courtl-be admitted Mc a _oa
MA6 AT OLD PANAMAe n l Labor, In the 1 And the p ad who looks like Ingrid Bergmaa I notice that my New ork was involved as an advocate upon "Yes, amd t o st
P. nyl am..a.Lo, fin allya. the d4o Ta iat. l'e.do. and who, between them--as aunt nerves are beginning 'to ettle.th identical questions which ne, procedure to.m.e (anthe
t o I til as the dominant political a g dogs, celebrated the and niece, cook and assastant- through, and the tendency to Aleep a quai-Judicial..capacity, is re. FCC did agattn) th
e"v i the state.do" olt- ofreturn o aster by blng off mane to make me feel like I two hours after lunch has re-etab- quirea to pass on in a posl ton as dop iem witho~ a m,
o should like to take this belated of th Knitygtof oxtedtofrent hsateI."I.I
I should like to take this belated opportunity to extend to fore a the ste half lhsright eeekis ifa eping own the world every time they t hed itself. Lunch being served an FCC member." bcomr.ted the"n
SyoU, and through you to all friends of the Knighta of Columbu, .rert h was in th gesture of affection. The -dog is cross my path. promptly at fcur p.m. whether or MIConna. hey naively denied neaee.
.or atal Invitaktion to join us mon at the open ar Ma whh wilu of l week's effa not speaking. It usually takes him Very shortly the mayor will not anybody's hungry, it Is aarly that the Cincinnati and Suburban ,
rated at lock tomoow morning at the Cathedral Michigan Republic an party we or so to forgi me for come to call and so will the pro- suppertime when you awaken. And firm was controlled ythe ant
I a Old Panama b Ce iCommitt tog at p 'Stoing away at all. fegaor and so will the cops and after supper you are po leepy it Americn Tele.phone AdTel apb
s is a most unusual setting for modern day w.rahip, yet e Me. clothes are dily, of 'he grocer and the butcher and the R time to go to bed again oare. Lomb c.. HP claimed t.. ny

Hanleea rekfast immediately following the sdrviae yad. seve ? .of ag-, the wa r and re rd, ie through ;.- ', "ofopae b --'"
ld at the l el l othe m s and days a year, yer inand bank balance s nowhere to b lumbu tor, agt
Efnh .'qd. This h ,5ng.was neoeitat4e hi a con- year out in Michigan. It has be en, nd the undone work is so Te pturt soon, sand hl gap 'Insolub m. I m. a l
a Imanoangements. e e b a businesse' ot l I just may o t.ohi. when the apan
,7,incerly, nIos as l abKent ag we blew a but one orang t are not far behd. And the park them. rompartial $a hth om so M
Sable "for this purMoe is start a pretty sad-looking orags at liquor b will jump and there will I reckon I can re ant the I he atedly.
-Wliam Bowman lble forh... l ., wTen compare, 'that. The floorboards have buckl- be celebrating i te land because and remote, the floor an, get I "You know, of c se,." Inquired
Grand ~Clsght with the size of the coffer ma the"ed in the office, and the plasterers it takes a passel of pesetas to around to sorting out the mau, but; .nator Kefauvx, "that thmee Is
''Panam-'Balboa Council 1371 .lular D..mocr.tic or epubU have been at the dining room a- make a homre a hotel. I am gong to do It manana, to-. nobody on the deral Conatns.
Knight. of Columbl san organizations. gain. The ,ross-eyed gardener is New York was fine fun and so morrow. Righ' now I feel the need ca.los Comris lo and never has
M OW_ d_ there bewa ran C cmsn
bold at.. .......o. a The Re ublican Natiopal Cor- still cross-eyed,. was Texa and so was Cuba and fo, a nap. who.eprebe.. e ano teov.s.on. r
S.. .. ,... ........ _ .... ." ..' ..... .. ......who represented telev bn broa .
AnFwTr ti Previes PUS n ttee rdport sta1. that the Ah' casting Iompany-sn't that true?" I
SMichigan on radio an" d televise A irline Pressure P ay nm=,.s= ,I-1t y.- A,
____________newscasts and breaks down the I a. wt ou"Well, I think it iws true to say
OWrogram schedule designed to that we ha'e never had a eom
SW ebwach worker driving to their PE t, ast ironer who h aa e on the C
S gaphNwbt I Sheep cries plants sn the morning and hitting at y Peter dsn who had been a coune for some
trident lWitin name after innr. oi the people that he i, now going l
ST ,. __ ( ) Ui .,There a oln ti a statement that, wo have cmitrol over." coatmuedw'
Sa.l os. up 3w ibUah nhool .Under the personal dire.on o a Kefauver. "Donrt you think that .
S' 4 y B aWalter Reuther, a complete pre. WASHINGTON-(NEA) Presi. for revision before being made two ears there have been in- that might e starting a bad prece-
ol-' 5 a Drs s wine fcm.nct operation was set up in .e dent Elsenhtwer's reversal of his nublie by CAB itself. creasing coanplaints in Congress dean? If we do It n yur caae, thre
r an .Ki w. . troit and many other cities ir MI of previous reversal of a Civil Aro- In this case. the White Reuae that Commerce officials were tMu as no reason why we should not fill I
S.A.s C.oiI I an. he organization plan called uties Boar, decision in the itaff fe..red there wuild be a leak. in to influence CAB lnflueane. the opa asios with such peoe-
Knigh... s... ... ... of Colm bs Ind e to have l o Weqt Loast-Hawai commer i eal So they gave out all the details In the lat CInmrew ep. .Carl i.
e -rTateMXw 4,Partlee ,4Cece as under a division chairNan. ase focuses nw attention 'imemselves. Ilinshaw R am one o the
g RIPseat r. Seethes bSOe way te 46 In that place Over these were congressional dis- .n Ultica pressures being The resulting explosion in avisa. ,oeers In dvil aviatBN matter, 5oi PONB GOT
S..twe words) .A .ks sohb.et 4Coaeo.m. i_ t charmer, 'brought to hear onCA1 lion circles was louder than a jet introduced bills to prevent CAB 1NCXAS
1 0 Pe.alan prse 26 L ttleneus 4ro Place to bake The survey says that More As finally approved by the Presi- breaking the sound barrier. What and CAA doalaution by the-Cem-
., a.g 11 BewiTrmnwtldered 3 aDropey f4ed A[tan i500 persons wlere pl3,tced on dent, Norowest Airliner and Pan this looked like was that North merce Department. "I have never re sented any-
,1. l e waer loChance 4g Animal hid he CIO payroll f.or campaign or. American Airways will operate weat Airlines, which had paneared A n y w a chairman Oune body befloe the C in imy life," .....
I.t duras 'W.. .Italian Playng ad Lvegod a ani onal weork tarimn more parallel routes from Seattle-Port- the Seattle-Portiand to Honolulu vas able s pr.enOt to t hil. IColUoaUhy insisted. NM r- a
a 3 Turnras ut Gar d.t It Dai than a month before electiod*cland to Honolulh for three years. route, was being trozen out to White House choice his h "Well, het ase where you omlcalA hast wtheg
r Q tiM _Adeltoa 38 Turn.u outward. Itallan city lt. $30 day nach. an American and United will op '.ive Pan Am preference as the loard'e reason. lor kIepin orth e pre thei," persisted the tah tha 1d-i'pb rleaanaut
sag ( Sha 2 32Deeh (poet.) 40 Reaeh station (ab.) a nz th.e. h. ,rate from Los Angeles-San Fran- goveovernment "chosen iasutrv vest In buian.ess on the .luu euatoe r .rom Teaeaseuse "you Ah aught s.glIt ..
Sl(a.o~e .. .. t nalyzesa t .a, c isco to Honolulu. ment," which it long desired to be ,ute, Mae of this data ad not uprs n them on e h t t aim hll n the a-.
I can press riO n of special editions i D inad W Nyrop, president of been prented t e te P lndent Publie tle CommCuaion, did heed shaped .IMSe a swMiw.
S- neaI o for tha e cam.1 Last December, by a unanimous orrhwest, flew into Waahindton before by is taand adders. you not? For puf slour and h op ita hi "a
S T clread m IaB n'a'. 'hamr. g tha h hse ca lve-to-nothmin vote, CAB recom- and started dropping bombs. aV- On the of this billion min rate increase?" IIt rahtbbe, -
lder $5, covered Michig n, ,1 m ended t hatNorthwest be granted ins beep bth Cvl Aersasutes tio, Pretiut power dei "That corre lot. I represented waem tis
I t V M a l O. o, s- clusivel). aret.f rr e began by e aing soa. retomaeatIahS-.vet Iari.s patyp .
:. vania, 'al io na, Os aa on e 2 ota. a n un srece den ed .essmen. asking them to cll the 'Northw e t g m p i s "pue bas the "Ia- -it tr ," ed i tinw d ui u .e
...trai..t.. cr, the i Housi mae MWhite Houe and CAB to flnd out lpct -e, I -.I.r... .
unt ohoen s avey arehude r that mrepar- bio r letter froa President El- what sent oW. eent amm .s
ionTalrea arg under wan for hwer to ctn CAB Chairman ven. Warre" M wllbne (D o.neemt g&eC. B'nm w e l SIDE GLANCES By Cot bwi
.4" rr al he--n-0= Now= =,,[ each to hve 10 ..o.... ha.'hen GuRney. t rejected theWash.)oroteg ed an lvte sdtais the,"last
,7h eo P ,eI i Obvs.usly suionch, ei an.d's rc mmendatuen on this ation of CAB and a new ** iI.. *r-.-.
W i .. ..ISee andhes.2saper .ta-nnd other aspects of the larger.askesaway thePresident,'s rittto CA la W tow ekd-
Ov- d)- L614and cam an, such at ou hi r- ranspaoifi c a r line rtte appli- l ag e foreign airline raoutes Ionn w se&d o jotl 1-
bohthaj Hiwo d o acila tion ewases l' tr Thy wea a jd llys o tey a
ti l 0 s p ct i bedae T v a reAsulthes The -action was wrecelente d Republiean CAB Acting Cear -Tuesday Ca o. b. b .
I a s o e Resubl c n ieelauae t was the-tI time ainceman Gurney and Chief Coa thy were up till the IMr
sIc0CAa was as n4 that one bmory T. Nunnel Jr wre
agths 3 I 1 cr ti5atthe mer- of its fve-to-no th r wameneda c-lled rto the White -ol set rcse n% Biht up to the n last mis, /T y istd
St.hdbeene l" o vions h>iv-d beecrn o byc any ere seret&rIy of Comaeen nia wonh efre o ibi ..this wns iy aldtobth B e esl. Pr h- s "
"Preare1Umato, Honoluufor;t p re" ea f sor the, The nreoene.htoWie of Weeeo 5hPad Stt o nead .'n"
-ttdin tHn e. issue sup ,CAB is cupposed
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dient. nothlke e.draft o P-ltre f ngm LommaCreet
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WilUim Beoby, Pastor
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vagnplstle Senhes ........ 10i40 *.B
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Union Churches

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_. Mrs. -N. B Davison, Executive See-
retary. Supply Pastors from English
]Methodist Mission. Rev William Arm-
strong. Rev. S Walden and &ev. P.
954. am. Sunday School for all ages.
11 :00 a.m Worship service and church-
time nursery Wednesday evening-Choir
The Rev. Mainert J. Peterson, Supply
:45 a-m Sunday School.
11:00 a m Worship Service
The Rev. Paul H. W. Olander. Pastor.
Phone -1*Mli
9 3 W Bible cheool
I" S: Warddh earvie adi Churreh.tiam
S -30 Yuth FeHlowat b
The Rev Alexander H Shaw Pastna
Balboa Rd. at an Pablo St.
'-Phone .146--Chucbh Office 2-SIM.
9-30 Chur b School Free bu* service
s Wohip Service The
SBalond tr Mu-a". Kindergfta.
Pr iar and Junior Deuta
Churh urntery for children
under S.
JunforJHt Fellowship.
f10 Post-MI FtllowshIp.
SSlaener- iSi Fellownhip.

SWalker M. Jdarta. Minister.
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IT. MARTM s CreHP& -hMeu .

HolyDay ment: p:ib. in 113 a.m.s
and .0 p.m.', _m_,
Co "M ons.: Saturday, 330 to 5300
and oto 500 p.m. ~T ursday., bo
Fir : :0to 8: ..
MIraculous Medal Novena: .7:0 pj.m
on MndayL. -
Cateohism class: atter the 5:00 mass
on Sunday.
HIab School Study Clubo 30 p6m. on
'ACaUD SaYaT-Anen
Sunday Mtases: M1 :30 A 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day masssm: 1:M a.m. and 5:00
Confemions: Saturday 1:30 to 5:00 and
7:15 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: 7.00 pjn. on
Catechism Class: :15 to 4:45 p.. on
Sunday Mass at 1:00 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 3:30 p.m.
Confessions; 600 to 4:45 p.m. on Sat-
"Caie"ilm Clam: Saturday 8:30 to 10
ST. JOSEPH-Parasel
Sunday Masses at 7:00 and 8:15 a.m.
Holy Day Mass at 6:00 pm.
Weekday Masses: ...00 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday 3:30 to 4:30 and
6:30 to 7'30.
Catechism Clas: Sunday 3:00 to o:00
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:00 p.m.
on Friday.
Convert Instructions:; Thursday 7:00
ST. VINCiNT--Panmai City
Sunday Masse: 6:00 and 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Masses: 8:30 and 5:00 p.m.
(Itt t calls on Saturday the Manes are
6:00 and 8:30 am.)
Confesslian: Saturday 3-00 to S:0 and
7:00 to 8:00 p.m. Thursday before First
Friday 7:30 pn.m
Miraculous Medal Novena and Sta-
ions of the Cross: Friday 7:00 p.m.
Catechism Clas: After 8:30 mast on
Convert Class: :30 pm. Tuesday and
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m.
Holy Day Mass: 6:00 am. (It it falls
on Saturday-8:30 a.m.)
Catechism Class: 3:30 to 5:00 p.m. on
Confessions: 8:00 to 8:30 a.m. Sunday.
Pargue Lafewre
Sunday Masses. 6:30 and 8-30 a.m.
Week.Days Mass: 6n 0 Mon., Thurs..
Fri. and Sat First Friday mass. 6'00 a.m.
Holy Day Masse: m:00 a.m. to 6:00
Confessions: 3:30 to 4:30 and 7:00 to
0 ,pm. on Satrdoa:y.
Mrsclou Meo lovena: Friday M
Catochismn Class: 3:3 p.m.on Sunday.
yPZtClaw; Mona 0 p.m.

8T. iMRzo" BcAm
Sunday MM: 7:00 a.m.
Holy' Day Mass: 361 p.m.
Confeastans: Saturday .0 to 7:30 p.m.
Thursday before lrst Friday 8.30 Rm..
Catechism ClaM: 3:15 pim. on Sunday
Sacred Heart Novena: 7:00 p.m. on
Convert Class: 6:30 pJm. on Thursday.
Sunday Mamas: 7.00. 8:00 and 1030
Holy Day Masses: 6:00., :00 a.m. and
500 p.m.
Confession.: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
2:00 to 8:00 p.m. After Rosary each eve-
MIraculous Medal Novena: 3:00 and
5:00 pm on Monday I
Catechisnm Class: After 8:00 mass on
First Friday Exposition all day Dur-
ing the School Year.
FirstSaturday: Mass at 8.00 am.

Sunday Manes: 7:30 and 9:30 a.m.
Holy Day Maaaes: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p m.
Confesons: 4-00 to 5:00 and 7:00 to
8:00 p.m. Saturday.
Miraculous Medal'Novena: 7:00 p.m.
on Monday
Tee-nage Club: 7:15 p.m. on Wednes-
Cdatechlnm Clama: 4"00 p.m Thursday.
first Friday Devotions: 7100 p.m.

Sunday Masses: 5:45 and 9:00 am.
Holy Day Masea.: 145 and 8:00 a.m.
and 5:41 p.m.
Confessions: Saturday 4:00 to 5:00 and
7:00 to 8-00 p.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena: Wedneday
6.15 and 7:00 pm.
Sacred Heart Novena: Friday 7:15 p.m.
Sorrowful Mother- Sunday 7:15 p.m.
Convert Clam: 7-15 pm. on Monday
and fThursdays. to .
Catechism Class 3:00 to 4:90 p.m. on
Sunday Masses 7:00 and 8:30 am.
Holy Day Mames: 6:00 a.m. and 5.00
Confestons: 7:00 p.m. on Saturday.
Miraculous Medal Novena: 7:( p.m.
on Tuesday.
Catechism Class: 3-30 p.. on Sunday.
Secret Heart lovena: 7060 p.m. on
-Religion Instruction: 4:00 pm. Thurs-
osary & Benedictions on Sunday 4:30
Sunday Masses: 730 and 900 a.m.
Holy Day Mawe: 6:00 a.m. and 5:00
p m.
Confessions: 6:30 to 7:30 on Friday.
Miraculous 0edal N ena: 7-15 p.m
on Tuesday.
Catechism Class: 3'45 tbr 5&0d p.m. on
ST. VINCENT'rS-alabew City
Sundae Masses: 6.30 a.m. and 8:00 am
otly. Day Mases: .10 an., and 6:00
p .. --
.bi 0ons40 to0 5*0 ad 7:00 to
ff m. Saturday
.:talm Class: l,11 a.m. on Sunday.
analou..a Medal Novena 7.00 p.m
Sieaei leart ovea .00 pm. n

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Third Street, New Crls6bal
The Rev. Milton A. Cookson, Pator
Holy Communion ......... 7:30 a n.
Church School ........... 9:30 a.W.
Bible Clas Morning Praye r
and Sermon .............. 11:00 a.m.
(First Sunday. Holy Communion)

The Rev. William W. Baldwin
Holy Communion
Family Pravor and Church SehooL
P:30 az.m
Morni ng 'Prayer and Sermon U a
(I Cr sfht Sunday in Month).
Weekday Prayar. 8:00 a-m.l
Ve i. L U Srley. Archadaemo
H.SO aj. Ivry Friday. Mn rni My-
'.. A da.
St. Simon's Church
Th eeSJohn Spear, Priest in Charge.
Morning Prayer, 1st and 3r.
Sunday ............ ........ 10:30 a.m.
Holy Oommunion and Ser-
mon. 2nd and 4th Sundays .. 10 30 a.m.
Sunday School ........... 3:00 p.m.
Youth Fellowship ......... 5:00 p.m.
Evening Prayer ........... 7;00ip.m.
Girls' Friendly Society :.. C00 ,m.
Zeve Prer and Sirmo. pa.
THU Y oSa z
Holy Communion ......... 5:45 a.m.
Woman's Auxiliary. 2nd and
4th8 Thursdays .............. 7:30 p.m.
St. Peters Church
D. ResJohn Spear. Priest in Charge.

Choral Eueharistlind Sermon 7:00 a.n.
Morning Prayer and Church School
10:06a. m.
Children's Eucharist, 3rd Sundays 10
a.m. S
Holy Baptism 5:00 p.. .m.
Evensong and Sermon 7:30 p.m.
Holy Communlon 7:00 7s.
Holy Communion 7:00 a.m.


very Mounday 8:30 .o. Holy Com-
Sm. P. A. OChrch
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ev. D. A. -s01orne
Monday: The .e 0t Re.inao AtWth
Wednesoay:d :30SOem 71Gaf0pm
H mm 7TAM

Rev. D.A.RdOsbore P.d
Rawst Jc &e as"Cra

Van. L,, Shi brley

and The Rev. Ritz Re Mnato At*Q


030 a.m. Church School Sealio
30 0an. Solem Sh venysong and a r-
6:00 ajn. Holy Communiont
7'30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Sermon
830 D.. Adult CnlrmaUomton Class.
'6:00 p.m. Prvayer Guild.
s0 a.m Childrenm Eucharist.
10:00 a.m Junior Confirmation Clah
.30 POm. Compllne and Meditaon.
an. MAni rk VIMUU kh
Ri'd Arnold Z Waldock.
Ga d C. .L
Bev'd. Arnold Co Waldo@.

SL Chrmtopher a Chbrchi
I1 SL Paer Ltefe,
Reo. Clareonce W. Ray
Sunday Schom ....... ...o eso
emUiadm 6 to SJ In6 & 4th Suna.

u ano ro Sundays
woman's Anulli ar imd at Ith Sunda"
5100 pm P
7t20 m.nmmpiilnr Wedned ve a' I

Seventh Day

Weekly Service In all Church.m
as follows:
Sabbath School. 320 a.n Divine Sarv
len. 11.00 ain. Youth's Meeting. 4;30 Dm
SUNDAY: Bible Lecture. 7:30 p.m.
WEDNESDAY: Bible Study and Prayer
Service. 7:30 pa.m
Pacifile Side--Panama A Balboa
Distri PtllWr -- W H Waller
(Tel. 238 3-5843
Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de la Oum No.
77. Panama No. 2. Jamaica Society Hall
'S" St No. 3. Chorrllo, 2 11 St. No. 27
Pueblo Nuevo. 2-A SL bhewe. 3rd end
4th;lsi ts. Rio Ablo. ilthlt. No. IT.
Sali Chapel. OS44 GavDa Md. Balbee
Saturday .onlyt.
Spauish Curehm- Panmna S Cristim
Dialet Pastor -- Rube Ruiz
PanamA Cane Dart N o. L.CrIkt ,l.
Ish St. UItnr Ave.
Oambos & r
(Tel. 102

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Yout .........I...... 1on
SundAm uiBuUding n l... 9:3I

Ms W ............... 7.40

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Hol C unionn (Epi soli, Sunday
7;,3 4lvbta Worship LHoly) Commu-
olab on the st Sunday in the
Daily o'.. ........... ........ :30
Sunday M ...............7:30 a 9:00
Dlly MaiM ..................... 7:15
Sunday Mau..............:00 & 7 IS
Sunday Mase .................. 103
Daily ........................ g:30
Saturday Mas .................. 8:00
Sunday ............. T:00. and |.0
Dally Mar ..................... 7
Saturday ...........0.... :
Sunday Masa ............ ..-10&0t
Sa y ................. 4 p.m.
Tuesday ... ......... 7 p.m.

MorDing Worip............... 11:00
Sunday School ................... 9'30
Morning Worshi ............. 1:00
Sunday School................ 9:30
Morning Worship .............. 11 :(00
Church Time Nursery .......... 10:30
Sunday Mass.............9:30 & 10:45
Sunday Mass.............. 11:00
Dally Masl ..................... 7:00
SuMnday Ma ................9 :00
Sunday Mass ................... 7:30
i W h Jewih
Saturday .... .... ........ 9 p.m.

Other Churches
Ancon. C.Z.
Minister W. A. Jordan
Box S8, Ancon. C.Z. Balboa 2602
Sunday School ........... 9'45 a.m
Morning Worship ......... 30 a.m
Youth Service ............ a'45 pm
Evening Service .......... 7 30 p.m
N.F.M.S. Service .......... 7.00 pm
Prayer Meeting, Wed. .... 7 30 p.m
PanamA R P., 23rd'Street East
Rev. & N. Brown. Minister
Divine Worship ...........3 :30 a.m.
Sunday School............ 300 pom.
Divine Worship ........... 7:30 p.m.

1A am. ,- n 4n :-. .
Meetings Thursdayse and Srday -
7:30 p.m. Wl Mssnorl.aL Balboa
Road. Balboa. P__
canoms oV&1p 315
Sunday meeting in thea JWB-USO La
Boca Road. Balboa. Primary and Priest-
hood 8:30 a.m. Meettn; Sunday School,
9:25 a.m.: Sacrament Meetn, f 0:30 a.m.
For address w b ar Atlantic Branch
services will be held, call Criat6bal 2897
or Coco Solo 324. Priesthood 9 a.m. Sun-
day School 10. Sacrament 11-

Rev. Paul Holloway. Pastor
Office. ICurundU 5105
Home, Curundu 7116
Sunday School ............... 9:45
Morning Worship ........... 1I a.m.
Youth Meetin ............ 6 pm.
Evening Worship .............. P.m.
StO aas)-- The Archanell
MCA St. Wee NtR 1
Holy ucbartit: Sunday at 1:O B.m
Tuesday. Wednedavs and Thurdave
11:30 a.m
Sacrament at UncUto en aling e
vice) FTrnt Sunday at e b month
7320 O.m
Se- a mfbft--rVb chur
Pananma B.P
Aft. RS T. E mnw-a Sleeup
Morning edoto a ......... 0 a.m
eilowmp Worwa et ...... 1: 0 ea
Sunday School at ............. 110 n.m
LivIn Service *I ........... l1 p.
BARA'I. crxrT
Apt. "I" Las eUdlu n i
34th Sreet, Panama City.
Informal Talk and Dicumalon
M urBday r..................8:00 m.
Colon. 8th .out Bstreat
(supealr AM orlea rsaa )
Study Chame........Thurdayf. 100 pma

Rev. Waldaba H. Steward, Paster
Red.Tank. CZ-SwtdasyL 11 a&m. divine
worship; 3:-S p.m. Sunday School 720 p.
mi. sgopel service.
Parqua Lefevre, LP 5th and e.tSta,
No. 40 Sundays, 3 p.m. EBible cbool.
Wednesday, Bible reading.
Paralso. CZ-Sunday. 3 P L Sunday
School at the symnaalsiu.
Rev. G. W. Grandison
Is Calle L, Coldn
Morning Worsnp ........... 9:30 a.m.
Sunday School ...............10;30 a.m
Evening Worship ................ 7:15
Loi. *N" ein Marla.o Aeaenma mts.
reas City
Rev. We. J. Jeh PMaster
Sunday School .............. 9:30 a.m.
Morning Worship ............10:30 am.
EvanaelilUe Service a.......... 7:00 o.m
New Pstvmdewca
Mrs. Maudi s as. raster
;undav School .............. 10.00 a.m
Mnmiln Worhip .......... l.'00a.m
evening Worship ................ 7:30

Sks~e "Oenre Red
Sew. WUllmes Livigstor, Pastor
Sunday School. .............. 9:30 s m.
Morning Worshi ........... 10:30 a.m
Stations: Panam Cotin, Chorrillo. La
M sters: James C. Brewster. S C.
Taylor. C. U. Jarvls. J A Trotman.
Service, are hae ewry Sunday 41a.
m. 20 p.m.. 1:15 V.8 and S:40 p.m.
Sunday Schools ar the following
Col6n. 4th & at.. 3 p.m. 4:30 pin.-
Panati $ psm., 4.50 prn.
La BDoa 1 p.. 4.4 pm. Chorrillo
3 pam.. 4:20 p.m.
Panue Jn.. 10 aom. Pa.
lsoM-ealed p po, 4:3J0prn.
TA BOut Town. 13o Aieo. 3 p.m..

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REMOTE' CONTROL The Whirleybir4, world's first fully
V remote-controlled helicopter, goes for a trial spin while Its "pilot"
relaxes on the ground. Developed for the Navy by the Kaman
, Aircraft Corporation at Bloomfield, Conn., the research craft
*ways carries a man aboard to grab the controls if something
4oes wrong. It flies up, down, forward, backward and sideways.
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SA Food and Markets Editor'

We spent the weekend w ith( Mix powdered cream with flour.
friends aon a farm in .Connecticut. and seasonings. Combine tomato
Cold? Yes. But the soup was quick juice and. water. Bring to the boll.
and warming.I Our hostess,' miles ing point. Shake powdered cream
from the nearest shopping center, mixture into 'hot juice,, stirring.
keeps 4-ounce jars or cans of pow- Add butter or margarine and heat
C;ered cream on hand (its shelf a few minutes longer. : .
life is long and its calories count Our friend served cieam snacks
much lower Cans of tomato juice with the soup. Tender rich and
are always on the shelf, too, rea- the kind that melt in your mouth.
dy to .g into this quick, rich and Of course they take a little time
really tine soup. to prepare, but are certainly
Cress Tdmate Soup wt t
(Makes 4 servIngs)

Six tables oons powder- (Makeis 2t dozen snacks)
ed cream, 1 tablespoon flour, One quarter cup powdered
teaspoon celery salt teaspoon cream % cup margarine or but
salt, dash' pepper, 2 cups tomato' t ,oft ned ac ifted all-
juice, 1 cup water, 1 tablespoon softened; cup sifted all
butter or, margarine. purpose flour.
Mix Ingredients together with
fork or pastry blender. Roll into
Lu er~an l-inchh balls. Place on baking
.Luther heet and -bake in a hot oven
REDEE MR LUTHERAN CHURCH (450 degrees F.) about 6 minutes.
"The Church of the Lutheran Hour"
The "Ss. Herbenrt B mtal, Pastsol I ff desired. mixture may be
Phone alba 357s. a chilled iii refrigerator severall
Sunday School and Junior and Adult hours,. rolled on floured board,
Bible Classes at 9:00 ain.; Worship Serv, abmt -inch thick, then cut with:
ice. 10:1 a.m. Regular covered dish sup- a'bou V4-c ick, then cut wit
per the second Sunday of each month 1-Inch cutter.
at the Lutheran Service Center at 5'301
pm. Holy Communion the first Sunday 1. Mix in % cup grated sharp
of each month, with a pr-communioa cheese.
cievotion and regIstration hea Friday "'-*. - .... r
prevjonus ast7 p.m. 2. Mix in 1 tablespoon chopped
. ...parsley and teaspoon. poultry
Regular services an," Sunday School 3. Mix in 1 teaspoon caraway
every Sunday at 2:15 p.m. at the Mar- seeds.
farita aymnasium, conducted by the Rev. A u- in 4 tablespoons devi-e
rT. ernhal of Balboa. Holy Co Mix In 4 tablespoons deviled
union the first Sunday of each month' hanm.

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2;-Inventories and Balances.
3.-Modification of the By-Laws.
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Your Hearts series Of Se.

Red SA Luke 1T1.1:10. "Take ented atChrist Ch Imt
heed to .oymrsolves. . And th ea' the
R ,the EpacAopM
apostles said untoS e Lord, I.te Ci f Colon, "
rese or fa Malnert J Peterson
I No better rayer can we say, Att .o'clock
'and we need to say it daily, ,lato .orrow --a1
'Lord, Increase our faith." ot I erm n r nllt'
We cannot do anything without len, th.e Convert
faith. The bank La a .temple of h@.tno.seICen
faith. We have the conviction that e willnr7 9 h i n. ser' ri
our money as secure. The school Goand Man." 2w
s a temple of faith. We send our On Wednesaev
Lhildren there with the conviction ....therP ete ,,se
that they will be turned for life.I 'ne S eruca wtl
and service. When we drop a lets. on "Th Ar
ter into the postoffice we have. s'r. UAn"iAt
faith that It will reach its desti- tia Living" wilt b
nation. When we urn .a switch Fridal. n g ...ht at 7
we are sure that light will dis. Ihe wl malso conduct
Verse darkness. of the C.ros. a
The difference between re- "' A-B--T" e
Ililous faith and common, every- ...... .....,.
day faith liea in the object to .... ., Tn.. .u... ,'.
ahich iaith As directed. We put MEMPHIS, Lena. -(UP)--
our faith in banks and bonds, in Luther Oliver wu the former
bridges and elevators, in motors alean Oliver, and whn he I
and airplanes. Do we put our ried, she moved to Oli uver
faith in God? Do we trust our- "
selves to Him? Do -we venture
out 'on His word and promises?
The constant ringing message of .,.. f
Jesus was: "Have faith in God."
"Believe in God. Believe also in
When wi trust God, we find Fine yuntftn A
that He does mot fail us. Do you Daritn .Malhomw (tOW.
recall the words to this great am4su no low rice.
hymn of the Christian Church? -It Beoom, Diig ea".
openswith these words: 3d DianigSem ml.
"My faith looks up to thee, ,
ThenLumaw ofClvaY. Products de Madn, LS.
Saviour divine! by abew
Now hear me while I pray, s.l Awea
Take all my guilt away. W NwSm 1 W. I
0 let me froi this day doa Ae;1
Be whqly thine. R. P.



The annual meeting of the PanamL- Inurance C* -- f
pany, Inc., will. take place on Monday, March 7, 108,:
at 4:00 p.m. at the offices of the Company, at Campot1
Alegre, Via Espaifa and Ricardo Arias Street; to
consider the following: .






'War Babies' Of Austria

IAdopted By Gypsy Tribes*.
S VENNA (UP) Illegitimate proud of their old traditions, prog.
S0tpring of World War II soldiers is s is catching up with them.
* are being, reared as gypsies in Dostal said the majority have
-outheastern Austria, according to abandoned their nomadic way of
; fdials who have just finished a life. to settle in established com.
survey of vagabond camps. r.iunities and send their children
The children speak in gypsy dia- to public schools.
l.ct, learn gypsy skills. dance Manty of those who still wander
gypsy dances and eat grilled gyp- 'o so by automobile instead ofI
sy porcupine. Few if any of them painted wagons. Dostal said he
have any inkling of their true or- lound well to .' do wanderers,
fain. The little girls, their ears whose trailers were equipped with
pierced in babyhood for golden radios and ice boxes, and saw
earrings, are being taught to tell gypsy children dancing to west-
fortunes 'ern jazz records.
Eoe majority are getting a dose I But many old gypsy customs go
'Communism al6ng with their on Fortune telling remains a
LygIy schooling. For the Commu Imajor source of income. Burgen-
have worked shrewdly to win land gypsies still prefer porcu-
Myuy converts, and more than 60 vine, grilled on a spit with spices,
p*W cent of Austria's modern vag- it, any other dish. They still hold
bonds are estimated to be par- tribal tials. punish adulterers by
2ty members or sympathizers. carryingg their faces with knives,
"The" exdet number of' iUegiti-I nd discipline children with warn-
(aete war bibied adopted by the iigs about the "Malo," gypsy-
syplies undoubtedly will never be dcm's bogev man.
K"wi," said Dr. Walter Dostal of And, as for centuries past. ac-
IWi Austrian Museum of Ethnol crding to Dostal gypsy males
fgy. "But it is a fair assumption consider it dishonorable to labor
that many were fathered by U. S. for a living unless all other poS-
oecupation troops." ribilities of income have been ex-
Dostal spent months interview- ousted.
Ing and photographing gypsies L.
B eal and Province, homeland of
Ans 's two main gypsy groups,
the w many and Siat tribes..
"v saw blond children, red.
larned children, and one little col.
"red girl about eight years old,'
he said.
Austria's ypstes were nearly
wiped out during World War Ii.
Adolph Hitler ad a personal
heated for them and thousands
died in his concentration camps
And gas chambers. Dostal talked
to one Romsny family that lost '
#IA but 15 of its original 150 mem-
eadd today totals about 5,0W, most
of them of the Romany strain.
t. he bitterness of their war ex-
Deleices, their poverty and their
unpopularity among their Aus-
trian neighbors helped convert
thousands of gypsies to Commu
nism after 1945, according to Dos-
'There has always been i-feel-.
Iug between the gypsies and the
Austrians of Burgenland," he said. NEW STAMP This is the
"The Communists fanned the proposed 15-cent stamp being
lames. They backed gypsy can- planned for the "certified mail"
didates for town councils, forced service. It would be used n
villages to accept gypsies as cit-i first-class mail where no spe-
Izone and taught the gypsies the, cific valse is claimed, but where
ar of agitationn" proof of mailing and delivery is
le ofsaid matiny gypsies have been desired. The stamp would be
persuaded tha Russian protection available at less cost than reg-
offtrs their orly hope of survival. istered mail, cording to postal
if another war should come. authorities in Washmngton, D. C.
Though gypsies are fiercely



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Chapters 11 & 15

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with Gary Cooper
with Alec Ouiluam

S/0 5037, Wce, De Havilland Will
SoCiatl and aheiwiSe r Wed Journalist
S\ 'E, France March 5 (UP) -
..-. *' J p,,, ,.Screen star Olivia de Havilland
S. & ran i lot TV RADIO and French Journalist Pierre Ca-
","- P t -lante will be married at the tiny
-ff by I1 IkIh JAhN s village of Yvey..le-Marron on
|fm ^ say a.,4 o^ d^lay 2, it was announced yes-
S E /i, ,tI .0,,,* 4 0.7 40 10 '. 4 HOLLYWOOD (NEA)-Exclu. violinists. Parking cages for Jagu. director, will be matron ohon-
-... -..__._.__......* lively Yours: After dreaming for ars. Pens chand h a lamp. or andC Oaston Bonheur, Paris
S11 11 .... .. .'' .two nights about plan for a$250,. posts for autograh hounds. director, will be best man.
Mr. d Mrs. e Als Birdaalls Entertaina (0 U0 Elf glamor ficelafa for Hollywood Free stagecoach rides with Andy Misa. e Havland is a Prote.,-
Enterta.i for P smas 'itor reds Fre' -Ltoa ou IIEi evard to make "the physical Devine at the reins. A scially tant, but the rell ous ceremony
Friday evening the Al"m n Dr. and Mrs. Beniamin J. ii l l u to the state-of. staged night-club fight, wi, stunt s to be perform by a Catholic
hopie was the A ne o .f festive Birds re .tI enter tain mind Hollywood,' I'm about to of. men once a week. Free stand-in priest.
cocktail dance, Mr. and Mrs A- Srta. Elsa A re and Sra. L. for my services as an idea man. service at theater box offices. Lob. After a 10-day honeymoon in
Ain Fidadur of4 G r. Necd Mrs. sa de asar of Lrm a Pni er o. it ) popcorn in flvors of caviar, Corsica the screen star is to re-
Fred Maduro of Great Neck NY. a. Agirre is returning to her The possibilities are fascinating, goose liver and randy. port to London for filming of a
Fnd Mrs. Osmond Maduro of Te- position as teacher in the Lima although mp thal. the budgeted A corner reserved for the public movie about explyers, "The
gucigalpa were the guests of non- Schools. . r i "-- dfilee s ter l n, in aft, $ =,NO m ay be required to clean .so movie stars can stare at them Quest."
Sc al Dr. Blrdsall i the director of ema Of DSon inh ,u, up the "Ic ag suy" that have Til continue this at a later date.
Among the 60 friends who galth SICAP. the boa imbes anm il te t"S- turned the wrId famed "Boul e U
ered were members of Panama's and Oa" or dei .s vyard of Stars' Into "Boulevard ..IT'S SOFT LIGHTSI and low mu General S 88th
rusti.c 5, Jose Mars a San orm" n o e Wee f o .t. l o -1Sa." bic in Anne Baxter's sitting room DSanL o. Q ed
thez, cEirr o. Svers.a andNe.te'3b Islan0d h. u....... si "c w, |1. .a Jeff Chandler, ith ag present B thdtay In Bed
and Jaini Ingrasi. Mr. Sanchel, Ml s. Charlotte McLaugh I I The announced glamor ideas- Bnder his arm; comes to call in a
a writer of short stories and no- former resident of C. Z. and now Rainbow City Summer planter obxes, 400 .star p ho t o scene for "The Spoilers." WASHINGTON, March 5 (UP)
vels, has been the recipient of a Pitt Street Patchogue, L o n g RecreaUon Committee Imbedded in the pavement, street The camera picks up Jeff as he -Gen. Charles P. ummerall,
several prizes and some of h is island, N. Y. has announced the A special meeting of the Rain- lights with diamond reflectors and enters the sitting room, follows former Army chief of staff, was
vorks have been translated intongagement of her daughter, Ja bow City Summer Recreaion star shaped street markers-are him to Anne's bedroom door, reported in "good condition"' to'-
English Mr and Mrs; Ingrain quene, to David S. Jobhntan of Committee a been called y rather inspired. where he stops, knocks and she day-his 88th birthday annver-
the Isthmus. ue Point. N.Y. for tonight at 7:30 in the Rain- To make the physical Hollywood IThen he opens the door. Summerall entered the hosptl
Amn the Icrstgmus. oM .g a bow City High School. lIe up to the state-of-mind Holly- But Anne. with a late call, hasn't tal last August. He came here I
S* Among.the current group ofl .Miss Melughlin attended Ca. wood, "The Johnson Plan" must reported for work because it is from Alken, S.C.. where h had
Panama painters, Eudoro' Silvera &al Zone Grade School and a Summer recreation for Rain- be adopted. Its highlights: Jff's acene until they're both on been living in retirement.
has won a op accaimr here and in& graduate of Patchogue High bow Cit children will be dis- camera after lunch. Director Jes- The 4rmy hospital has not dis-
New York. Two of his paintings chol and Drakes Busmess Co- cussed at the meeting. Facades featuring Inateresting re Hibbs, one-time USC football closed his ailments, but it has
interpreting Panama spirit, hangl lge mn New York'She is employ views of Mury Mnroe and Jane star, reads Annes offstage ine in been resorted in Alken he is suf-
in the srpingl modern s op o t, by la, --. ue --.-reau R--ussell. Blodes In shorts direct, the first rehearsal. ferln: from leukemia.
Mr. and Mr Fredrick Maduro. and Pelletreau in Ptchogue. tg trffic (they can wear evening And whep Jeff opens the bed- The hospital said members of
i, Broadlwaw Harbour, Great .. .... m. owns at nlght) Cary Grant and room door lihe leads the set work- his family planned to see the
Neck Mr Maduro's interest in Mr. Johnston graduated from Tony Curtis faceasks for all crs in a roar of laughter. general to congratulate him on
music is well known and he is N. Y. Electrical Trade School and newsbeys. Prop man Bob Lasslo is sitting his birth date. A spokesman said
considered oe of the most active e b DiN Elec" Engineersf dreams are things ._ ., ,S on Anne's bed, comblg his thin- that on sunny, warm davs the
patron of Panama arts. e emp y a Elec. Engineer b d reams fare things R ROGERS ad his p o s e ni hair wth a come-hither look general I taken outside in a
pa s of Panama as. c t r b Bay that can be done as far as the obasin .ai aroun theaoac. wheel chair.
l,,Luncheon'CancdHeg "S h ore. Long Iland, N. Y. ,;corner of Hollywood badVt--
e e Thes etg t e place cs o ry morning at 11. Sin ng waiters Liberace's instructions to fash-
*A noor gatserg it Mue 'l spring. do with engineering. n all restaurants and starlets be- ion expert Sv Devore for his Las
na oa ras gten-ottoed. ~ u I ind all store counters. Vegas night-club wardrobe: 'Su
ray Silverstone wn o was expect' 1rW. At El Panama I I The clothes must rate a four.R
ryin iawa d I A' #OP of rid q Miss Las. i Some of the e thin are e- A divorce court constantly in page spread in Life Maga ine.
to aer his actedulOd arrival here tena Herray In her ession for sa Zsa and Rub y. - -
a tol-over- i S Salvdar rivalr hrt.is Herera VI e m e' Dre s 6a lan u Wei tl. machines tat tell you Nothing--absolute nothing-has new shipment of latest
day Salvado. whloh was placed In circulatlori h machnes
w.e..- tlt. yur lortupe and Mamne Van Dor. been decided between lawyers of
s dtorsdFroa l m b ar Ied during the t. k by the Ca- eg's telephone number. Strolling edmund Purdom and Tita Philips
Visitorss nd Cad a.- r --'W eKep olnal note Lobrbry. OP r a divorce Purdom. just fini olshu ba R crs
Misq Martha Bate arrive from . The t*uhor, former ast-noy. in his role in "The King's Thief, '
Spadh two dag S I t ani, wh d't know h There CLASSICAL, POPULAR.
Parker Pn Comp'st of J th I dnd o-we t ( M eis we wth There
Prer n np a o Ifd a lot 1, nt feelings that JAZZ
PaShre Po a thY..romI f MoI' proceed. know is tha12 I am At new low prices )
r g s pae a em aot, the- as m m onuch m ey as I possibly can." 45th No. 3
sPeggl timO'a sta If there's any question of al.
ess e h are following an ope a2 te
,n, Tennessee, El ana Htl the ruins of the atedr al of o! lish Channel and a flotOi pl- lergy In the family, put off feed- HOLLYWOOD UNCENSORED: Bella Vista
ng attheir first sthman visit. Pnama for the mddle of t ocean g of gg whites until Baby is No wonder race Kelly wants to
S",ior planes a year old. There are canned see the completed script of "Jer- I 6 Tel. 3-1255
"Ii "I A I fT IIhIe complete lisHt of new books' egg yolks on the market, or you emy Rodrock" before she agrees
H uge M anhunt O n As Killer n thelrauthrs annuned wi th some milk. e chopped 'he picture. Screenlpay calls for
the library thi week follows: whites for your own casseroles, her to play a lass from the scarlet
o H n-fiction Better Homes --- lifaht district who is reformed by | I
lee In Souped-up ro Gardens Diet ook En Vaccination are easily done if Tacy's love L U
FleeC s In. S u pe. neers Dreams. Ley:.An Bncy o-it's before Baby can scratch. I-- ..Y
pedia 9f Mqdern American Hu- Check with you doctor for the The Witnet: Actor Dave Willock WEDNESDAY
EMM R W o., March 5 ed the o e tw ere join. mor, Corft Emily Dicknson, earliest advisable date. The re- has a power tool shop in San RELEASE! 7
-AKEMMERER WY March 5 ed the owne Thr. tll re Btra inham The Drama of .Albert action of fever, if there is going Fernando Valley and gives free LEAE!
Sad(U P)-Atwo-n okider ydnaped b uptted robber's ear to E latein, Vallentlt; A Woman in tc be one, will be about a week lessons on Friday nights. His latest
and murder a car dealer yes. mo'r r the Polar Nght Ritter: By matter the vaccination. Wood-Butchers" club meeting re-
Sterda a wounded, a o wn u ai coinmumnit, Frg.n eI Threse Words, Ange -- minder reads:
d-arshal before fleeing itq soup- five miles th vestJg a Don't prop, the bottle however "Meetng this Friday. We will
d-up hotred auto w its IT.year. As they ed re Frotier, Wagner action Tomorrow the New weary young are of holdiAg Baby's delve Into the mysteries of thel
ld owner f latage. e r-at parked a man iame Moon, Barker: The Journal of wet weight on your lan. Aside mortise and tenon Joint-which is aa
lA hu e roadblocks behind buldn wing a lpstol Edwin Carp, Haydn; Pray for a fhorom its emotional Implications, cut with two expensive accesso- ( ilN l l
menon er manned each and disarmed t e rae Heart, Mcnnes: Trial praUce of prepping or put. ries that we are overstocked I wirlM
in southwestern Wyoming an ac iManklewicz; The New Men Baby to bed'wlth the bottle As a finale, we will saw In half i
Sportons of three adjoining states marsha, place, d tdre wIa y. Snow; Memoirs of Hadrian: willcause him to stay with/ the Mary Miles Minter, our guest of ,.mmI
in an effortt to catch the une ti- t sard srted to driv e Yourcenar bottle athe r than convert to te bonor. yo re not squeamlbh, =m 1 M
fied gunman and free his captive He appeared mild-m a n n ered, Yourcear. b ea v tot a n
Rlobert Dur'ant, 17. Wagner said, and after some talk -- cup easily, plan to attend" _____. .... .
it was one of the West's biggest .gred to release Muffal, Kulan. Holy Communion "-
manhunts since badman ,fI y Is and Wagner. !O IN A11
page of terror th bt All four got out of the car. Sud A S WINGo A oVR SR VICE "
stretched from Joplin, M.,c Wanertold officer, the t 8 Tomorrow
| oteo on C 5 O 91 n'cENER THEATRES TODAY wSL A
and Texas to u m started bring hi two pi-
southern Ca.for*, nearly five t. ensifel wi ,.domm In St. AIll n s_ _
eaersago V munds. Wagner dived into PEDE 7:00
years ago. snewbacek anh ran for help. Mf- Holy communlon wiln-be cele- | U 1O -., | P: w: :0
The slayer tlBped young Du- lai raced down the road with the rate at St. Albn'a' cburcn, Pa- o zMnw ASn
the-lais.',e-down ,oerod edly1 0 *obatTA 81 '. MA E Au.o,'o
1Q vfann fla with'te youth in Futman in pursuit, firing repeat. ais, tomorrow mornin at 8, "VAMUM OF % AING
aran wit .1.ethe.Rev.DavidA. ourne. CIW 4 ]s. AjMA1
then I pooe -attempt d to errner Muffal wao slain at the end of w in chaeRev. vi celebrant HE DIAMOND WIZARD"
h n after the slayer had murder, the brief, desperate raee. Poeand preacher. Fa r Osborne tI *r TAH -|waDv "AWAR"
cl the ear dealer and wounded 'aid he had been hit by three of will alWso officiate and preach at _,_
e ahltor earlier. ft killer's bullet,&powder burnso 1beites
Thern a h o tme of the r, Muff.l's N.c. i nMd-ted .h is orI eulnzosn.. h:30 p.m. I
S ".evera an o heean A T U D o yONTGOMR Do MALONE n
tve o hi prsen r since they a had stood over the slain pl ei wesrto the 1: "'THE LONE G N" Color
s|ed out of Lvenstop Wyo., 37 an's prostrate form and pla Buldin Fund' which Is sunaa "HUEA SLEPT UE
miles south of here early this weap *aal t his ae as open. ose who have failed to _ lun__
omin and believed t he fired. aol ke payments are befns urged
dadb a At Evanston, highway to do so. aeARGA TA rd:15
Utah.a'ston seb nd the slaye's Pa c- h u'-.- I '--"
The lyer tall, lender dark g ar. He aced past and the Um a. am m L HR vTE ErUA" ,o

mi T Frank L. N arra ore of E u- pd su ddey ne ar a fi ing I -0 T O D A Y .I t
rnston said the' car he abandoned tion -d ran Into a field, withn gsm. iaoa l ot e ,mAms"ew""-I LcA c

,, u nd.ent.f_,.-n .LUX -LvA LA 2 46 sB A BALBOA
months entetee Wf check fogg- h athDatas 0.60-030
| 'There was 'o immediate indica- I A. '^w* 'The moLt UJ | I-M I j T o |K MS1day!
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....Coleglo Ban Vicente, one of Panama's private ac ool.
announces registration days for the coming term from
March 8th through 12th. The school, located on K Street,
has both primary and secondary departments (first cyell
only and in staffed by the Maryknoll Siaters under the
auspices of the American Vincentlan Fathers of St. Mary's
Mission. New applicants are advised to present necessary
documents on the day of matriculation. A separate re-
gistration day will be held in mid-August for the kinder-



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Phone Panama 2-0552
4th of July Avenue No. 14-28
Dally 9:00-12.UO 80 d 1:30-S:00
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Dr. C. E. Fabregi D.D.S.
Denture-bridge work-atr bralsve
General Practice.

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7 Street No 13
lib of July Ate. & J it.
Juito Arosemena Ave and 33 St.

1S2 La. Canasquill
Central Ave. 141
Ne. 8 aLet"y tlam

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FOR SALE: Stork ine crib.
Simmons mattresses, like new,
$35 00. Rocker $5 00. Phone
2-3697. Balboa

FOR SALE.- PhIlippne Rattan
li.ng room set, ne-. Phone 3-
FOR SALE.-I Phico rod-o con-
sole. beds and mattres 'e. dining
rOnm table anord chars: 5.so
stands, sofa and couch, buffet,
dressers, porch screens: one 1949
Lincoln Cosmopol.tan Converti-
ble; I Jova 2-cl motorbike- al-
so other assorted household goods
extra 25-cycle '.,-hp. motors,
oar compressor 1'4-ho 25-cycle.
House 121-A Gomboo. Phone

FOR SALE -Large table, 5 chairs
$35. china closer, gloss doors
$20, buffet $20. double bed with
irnerspring mattress $45; large
wardrobe. mirror doors $35:
Winter Spinet piano $225, ladies
von,.t. 4-ft. circle mirror $25.
All mahogany sets need ref'nish-
ing only WII sell items sepor-
orely Youth bed and mattress
$15 Dust 658-A. Curundu Hts.
FOR SALE Metal twin beds.
drepser. night stand $20: day bed
$20" mnh.qgany table $10. Al-
brook 7238
FOR SALE. Maytag washing
machine, automatic i r o n e r,
Hoover vacuum cleaner 2-3715.
2308-B. Los Cruces. Balboa.

FOR SALE -Westinghouse elec-
tric ironer. 60-cycle, perfect
condition. Phone Colon 1318.
FOR SALE.-3-pc sectional so-
fa. Apex vacuum rleoner. kitchen
table with four chairs. Alhrook

FOR SALE -1952 Pontiac For-
dor, radio, very good condition.
Phone Balboa 1317. Carr Street
No. 2233.

FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-
door, plastic seat covers, very
good condition. Call 2-1503 Bal-

FOR SALE:-1949 Lincoln, new
tires, battery. Completely equip-
ped from factory. Mechanically
perfect. Engine rebuilt August
'54. Original owner and registra-
tion. Could stand point, but what
do you expect for $500? Call
5-357. *

FOR SALE:- 1949 Chevrolet 4-
door deluxe, very good condition.
759 Barneby St Balboa 2-4413.
FOR SALE:-1949 Lincoln four-*
door, D.P, radio. point, motor
fery good. Steal it for $475.
from Gray, Panama 2-5298.
FOR SALE-- 53 Ford Sunliner
with radio. 6 w/s/w tires, leather
upholstery, black top, etc. A
beautiful sand-colored car, low
mileage. in excellent condition.
Call Kobbe 6276 or see at 961-A
Big Tree, Kobbe.

FOR SALE:-Real bargains. 1953
Jaguar Sport Coupe XK 120. low
mileage, like new. "MG" Sport
TD Roadster. 1952 Chevrolet Se-
dan. radio, heater, powerglide
$1175. 1952 Plymouth Sedan,
radio, heater. $1150 Call Mr.
Roski, Colon 74 week days, 2-5
p m.
FOR SALE--'50 Pontiac Stream-
liner 4-door sedan $625. Al-
brook 7238
FOR SALE:-1953 Plymouth 4-
door Sedan, radio, heater, direc-
tionolb Reasonobly priced. Lt.
L-ebowitz. Albrook 3114.

Bonn Government Bluntly Tells France

Coal-Rich Saar Is German Territory
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FABRICS rejgvated. K4p your
clothes new bakingg ha ig them
dry cleaned by Tjpical Clean-
ers. Via Espafia 130,. Tel. 3-
0871. Branch, 24th St. East and
Central Ave. Tev. 2-1346.

God. etc Fellowship meetings
Sunday 7 30. p m. USO tJWB)
Building, Baloooa.

erties, mortgages, home, car, life,
education and accident insur-
6nce.; complete service on the
organization and administration
of housing projects and business;
advanced accounting service. An-
dris R. Thomas. 259 Central
Ave., Phone 3-1069.

FOR SALE:-Borgo in. "1950
Chevrolet Tudor. excellent condi-
tion $500. Upholstered mahog-
any living room set, mahogany
dining room set. Call Cristobal
FOR SALE: Radio transmitter
Collins Art 13. 200 watts with
25-cycle power supply, $175.
Cristobal 3-3126.
FOR SALE:-Piano $200, excel-
lent tone. 3rd of November St.
FOR SALE:-Smoll piano, suit-
able for orchestra or children.
Phone 3-3907.
FOR SALE:-Cocker Spaniel pup-
pies. Gerardo Ortega Street No.
3. Apt 2, Campo Alegre. Satur-
day after 7 p.m. and Sunday

Position Offered
English or bilingual stenographer.
Apply in person Esso Standard
Oil, Lo Boco Road, Balboa.
WANTED: Efficient English-
Spanisf stenographer for secreta-
rial work In New York. Write
Box 2153 Panama, gb. in 'xo e-
rience and ability. Send photo.

ITvoii (4th of July) Ave No. 21A24 BOON, Germany, March 5 about a statement on the Saar r
(oppote Ancen icheol Playground) (UP)-The Bonn government told issued by the French Foreign Of- EluhaiI To B
Telephone 2-2011-Psnaml | rance bluntly again today that f.ce only 12 hours earlier. LEuh isTl o
1.-e disputed coal-rich Saar basin| In this statement, the French
Sis German territory. announced they would do every. 8e ic t In Women
thing possible to keep the 900- DWWi I 5Ve T o n
IIUST ARRIVED At the same time, in a swift square mile coal-steel territory At t. P e C h u
,JUST ARR I V D diplomatic move in Paris. it de-split off from Germany in a fl- i hala r 11rh
|iared that the 960,000-German- nal peace treaty. A Sa. vlvel slIIbuh
L ,.l I_1_ of leaking Saarlanders would have The Holy Eucharist at at. Pe-
Lmited Bspply o1 the right to continue to agitate The French statement also de- ter's church. La Boca, tomorrow
Sfor return to Germany after the nied that the U. S. and Great w,il be dedicated to the women
Famous British German-French Saar agreement Britain had withdrawn t hei r of the parish who wdl mak e
'goes intc effect. !promise to support F ran ce's sieir monthly corporate commu-
W hl rfeda le The Bonn governmentIsa claim s at a peace conference. union, led by the Woman's Auxilia-
Wharfedale a, laid don by West German! .. .. .. r
.Ambassador to Paris W i h elm population could continue to agi- The celebration begins at 7
,,-,l rllPm Hausenstein in a demarche to the late for .return to his country. i.m.. and wiU be followed at 10
oker Systems uai D'Orsay this morning. i ce the Samt agreement become 10 by morning prayer and the
--a, announc... off,,i,, elective. church schou' session. Evensong
45th St No. 3 lausenstein visited the Quai D'- e John Spear. pr iest30 in charge, will
Bells Vista n ers n. lm on istructiom nnfP l lssibilty Seen conclude the services for the se -
BellVista he Bonn government to complain ond Sunday i lent.
Tel. 3-1295 ,r A l A Ua im lH Observance of the penitential
S. a VVV IIIIIIII season will continue throughout
- .- -. .... .- 3 1 L ih m VICIO a 1 the coming week with Holy Com-
.B, Cla B I im Victo"Vri AJ A milln union each morning at 7, except
Jet Planes Require i4S ECA_|J 1d daUlIOh Iursday, and evening prayers at
tch MPra e SR re rC er o t, F r ALBANY, N. Y. March 5 (UP) signed the evening services Mon.
,, uch More Space SI W .. n-J -Democratic National Chairman days through Wednesdays. Fath.
I--. 4 llStru *e Ends Paul M. Butler said todly a "lot Spear will conduct evening pray.
Ce.HICAGO (UP) Jet planes I ot people" would like to see Gov. ers on Thursdays and stations of
re a problem for city and county, DETROIT March 5 (UP) -The Averell Harriman of New York the cross on Friday nights.
qu re a lot of room for landings ey r fierce struggle for sale leader- nominated for President next A requiem mass will be cele-
a takeoffs hip between Ford and Chevrolet yar.- brated Thurby morning at 7:3
takeoffduring 194 ended today with both Btler said he "could see rea.- or reporse of the soul of Mrs.
In a study of land-use problems. ides claiming th championshi son" for their thinking, but de- Frances Best a parishioner who
created by jet an-ue problems the Amercan the basis of final egisa ined to discuss the chances of died recently.
" oa 'tons any particular candidate.
cty of Pla g Officials saidt" He told a press conference he v .
The situation needs facing now be.'eos nr e xeotanists
e the t volume of jets in thei Chevrolet claimed to be the No. felthis job as chairman was not Texas B nlsts
air w grow in the net five arfor the 19th year in a row dictate selection of a candi-
S grow e next f onthe basis- of rhest inga o- 1 date to the national convention, Study Cattle rass
oulln r tebut to create a wholesome ce.
1453 new cars in 1954 compared to "create a wholesome di- AUSTIN, Tex.-(UP)- Two Unl.-
In a report setting forth infor- 7 400.440 for Ford. Butle, an to ana lawyer who varsity of Texas scientists have
motion to be taken into account in ..... .. ass d te airman n Jan launched a study of grass as pact
pining for jet airports and sur-. Ford, which has hadasth as te a md the chairmanship in Jan ,'f a long-range program aimed at
roadin territory, the society fl of its postwar reorganization ry, said e wished mprovg natural forage in te
sati l need more land than the ousting ot Chevrolet f romo l until the 156 convene catle-raising Southwest.
--e" ... d..ven..planet....ca sales .'s, its candidate.
proper *- driven planet because: .ales leadership, said the ame Thn.__ the. .didate. must be Drs. Walter V.. Brown and Irwin
I =r fila enal t".. v .egistratmlo figures-whien T.loe nt .th at hdi snt hi S. Spear, university botanists, are
1. The i more sluggish dur. are compiled by a neutral source allowed to dsec his own chah- directing research into chemical
1tg e t m o s l "mr showed it had sold 24,000 more man," he said.,features related to nutritional val-
.. .l ,cars than Chevrolet to rtail cu. .ere for lunch with Harriman ues of southwestern grass. lThe
eca s of design character- lnmers. national tour, Autler said the Pro ct is proposed to determnu
Mtes -- sweep-back wings an D....... democratic c Party was "rely-I cei cemcal difference' among selec.-
the like jets do not lift off the Ford said these figures .P heS m oratie art wates wrely ew strains of fora.gegrasses and to
"auu .as quickly as propeller- was the No. 1 car in sales to eam atevernors lecthe ever asona aemicalhag-
Spartye presidential can didate Thechemical-coSmposition stuad
" Jets must carry a bigger part Both sides,, cilame leadership net year,. a ,, fh. ,,.-v les, based on several years' collec-
#41, them lower to get airborne ures from R.L P Polk Co. Polk is definite increase enthusiasm" vrsaity, wno help determaion e what
Jets need more space i the only firm t1P country which he has found ar iag party work-i".l p adt
temples regist' riaio data op cars gis. He said a "real will to win" Oantas should be developed further,
cn to land because of thento iebiraei s, hs been elty up for 15 and botany department spokesman
S peed. n a nationwide basis. cipimed this was particularly tne said.
Ford based claim for leader. in Virgina ct d V' w .a ho
!ro v oted fo r President Eienhower.40-Voice Choir
W e Guarantee De- ,,- of .-da w..ft leave here by
We Guarantee ohis n e a. Ttlay for Richm To Sing Cantata
Chevrolet..w. lae tod ayJeffeor
ALL the names Ms te ma-I a., to are a JIrSOn Tomorw A 3 .0

A L n tomorrow ft oon at the3.3

ofIo4 Servnge Ocuter UAder tihe
Ir.n C.aboVedeWiaftIstft- -..
.- eI it SI
*: -. 'L, nifrtr^'T!i,.glf.n:t "C ;

HIilCl Oildhnside cottages,.
Santa Clara. Blx 435, Balboa.
o Ponma 3-1877, Crlsto-
bol 3-1673.
Gramlich'a Santa Clara Beach
Cottages. Modem conveniences,
moderate rotes. Phone Gamboa
pst Santa Clars. Low rates.-
Phrne Balboa 1866.
WILLIAMS' Santa Clare Beach
Cottages-rockgas, refrigeration,"
2-bedroom. Phone Balboa 3050.

FOR RENT:-Chalet one bed-
room, living-dining room, kitch-
en, on General Jose de Son Mar-
tin No. 6, downstairs.
FOR RENT: Completely fur-
nished chalet at Santa Clara: 2
bedrooms, living room, refrigera-
tor, stove, etc. Call Mr. Marlinez
at 2-2633 or 2-2015.
FOR RENT:-2-bedroom cholet
at "Miraflores" IBarrada. del
Maestro). Phone 2-4088.
FOR RENT:-House, 3-bedroom.
furnished with modern conveni-
ances. Las Cumbres, 6th Street
No. 109. Seen onviime.
FOR RENT:-Lovely chalet, San
Francisco, at bus stop, two bed-
rooms, maid's quarters. $90.
Patterson. 2-2346, Ave. "A" 16.
r FOR RENT: Beautiful large
house in Los Cumbres for $100.
Coall 6-105 Gomboa.
FOR RENT: A two bedroom
chalet completely furnished, oat
32nd Street No 4. Information
at 32nd Street No. 2.

- FOR RENT:-Ventilated furnish-
ed room, independent with bath
and ri f0.ji6 iying f9om & kitch-
e. For s h6t w mon wi good
habits, $40. Phone' 3-2406.

FOR RENT: Large furnished
room, kitchen, private both and
entrance. Mexico Ave. & 92nd
Street No. 14 (1-751.

gent above is Stew Pidd, chief
character in a series of safety
cartoons in Wireco Life, em
ploye publication of American .
Steel & Wire Division of U. S.
Steel. He has just been brought
to "life" by Arthur J. Beliter,
Wixco editor, and brought to
Cleveland, Ohio. Stew Pldd
was constructed in be Dulb
works. Wired with. a .pkw
In his chest and given voiae
by a tape recorder, he givw
eight-minute sty tan.


CHICAGO -(UP)- TiTer pa-
ably winll be a shortage ( ci.ed
peas during IM, aecr,1igg =
Aswoclated ibEOmnddes Chum
The association said that Im
atac rtin last suamer f't the
ep. SomeaTe 50 IRess of peau
.%SWfy available tMo=uBag
ear are dwindling a
ggb MiIsB wBil be uhe
r. bw months, the *wipt"
'IU m ascoiees s. beati _
".a d" p .

ATTENTION .1.,1 Just b u I It
modern furnished apartments, 1,
2 bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel.
Panama 3-4941. ,
FOR RENT:-Furnished and un-
furnished 2 and 4-room modern
apartments. Contact Alhambra
Apartments, 10th Street, Phone
1386, Colon.
FOR RENT:-Nice and comfort-
able apartment 1 bedroom, din-
ing room, porch and balcony.
Apply 48th Street No. 23. Apt.
2, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Modern one-bed-
room, parlor-dining room apart-
ment, in house No. 45 Ave. Jose
Fco. de la Ossa. For details see
De Castro. Ave. B No. 24.
FOR RENT:-Apartment, living
room, dining room, kitchen,
bathroom, bedroom. Jose de Fa-
brega Ave. No. 14, Pasadena.
FOR RENT: Nicely furnished
one-room ,apartment, screened,
kitchen, p6rch, garage, $75. Tel.
3-5583. 2-3402.




5-369. 1878 Panama.,

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:-18-ft. cabin cruis-
er, U.S. manufactured boot kit,
excellent condition, 25-hp. John-
son outboard excellent condition.
'Will sell boot and motor $900 or
boat alone $600. Call 2-1634 or
see at 627 Ancon Blvd.

Private lessons in SPANISH,
French' German or English given
by professor wit h university
teaching experience. Residence in
France. Germany. Mexico. USA.
Reasonable rates. Writs Box 543,

WANTED: UfugidIj 3
5-bedru Mu eN be, Uia d
m, pm n det, *o&te,
BeOle Vdla, Golf Heigh s Cam.
pe Alegre or El Ceonele. Phme

Real Estate

FOR SALE.-Chalet on 43rd St.
No. 42. Two bedrooms, two-car
garage, auxiliary ro a a m, Phope
Only $1,000 down, $40 mpnth-
ly, three-bedroom house, i=-
vre. Price: $7,500. PATTERSON,
2-2346. Ave. "A" 16. .

FOR RENT:-Unfurnished two- F t SAI L FOR SALE:-Lots in Pueblo Nue-
bedroom apartment opposite the FOR SALE vo, only $1.25 per meter. $100
ocean. Federico Boyd 1. Phone down, $10 monthly. Price $562.-
3-1516. Motorcycles 50. PATTERSON, Ave. "A" 16.

FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. concrete, spacious bed-
room. North American neighbors,
frequent transportation, moder-
ate rent. Phone 3.0471.
FOR RENT:-Modern apartment,
furnished. No. 12 Cuba Avenue,
Apt. 3 "Laredo Building." Phone
3-4445 from 9:00 to 12:00 and
2 to 6 p.m.
FOR RENT:-Spacious two-bed-
room apartment, 2 baths, garage,
maid's quarters. Campo Alegre.
Ponoms 3-0873.
FOR RENT:--Cool two-bedroom
apartment, living dining room,
screened $60. 56 Belisario Par-
ras. Keys apartment 3. Informa-
tion: Phone 2-2316 or 3-0234.

TWU.NMemobers Gel

New Waae 4Contract

From US Airline
NEW YORK, March 5 (UP) -
The CIO Transport Workers.Un-
ion and American Airlines, Inc.,
the nation's largest domestic air
carrier, today reached agreement
on a wage contract covering 6,-
000 airline maintenance employ-
es in 60 cities.
Signing of the agreement was
announced here by Michael
Quill, TWU president, and James
Horst, director of the TWU's air
transport division.
The old contract expired yes-
terday. Terms of the new agree-
ment were withheld pending rat-
ification by the union's rank and
file, but Quill said it would set
new standards In air transport
wages and working conditions.
The agreement includes a sub-
standard wage increase and
shorter hours, Quill said. He pre-
dicted quick ratification, proba-
bly within a week.

Farming Business

Aspects Grow In US
Americaq farming is rapidly be-
coming more of a business and
less a way of life.
That's one of the many changes
seen in the nations' future agri-
cultural setup by L, G. Monthey.
secretary of the American Society
of Agronomy.
Twenty years from now said
Monthly, the average farmer
"will be a genuine business exec.
ulive with his hands full of man.
agement problems and little of
bis own labor figuring in his pro.

Monthey, who edits Crops and
Solfs at Madison, Wis., also pre-
'd'ited that the farmer of 1975
will %own a larger farm because
there will be 25,000 'fewer units
than the 168,000 of 150.
He tol4 delegates to the recent
17tb annual meeting of the Wis-
consin Insurance A4gency coopera-
tive here that modern production

. Althon farmaka is stOl an in-s
method are ceua-a sweeping
fari canges. '

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sconlmy. m. sai, 'it a.

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FOR SALE:-Motorcycle, Harley-
Davidson 74. 3 new tires. Bar-
.gain $85. Phone 6-290 Gamboa..


FOR SALE: Three bedroom
house in Las Cumbres. Call Las
Cumbres 2022 or falboa. 1524.

Mrsy Jamaican Ruin ?
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e,. .,'..n ra :_ .^ .-.pghtrfront- Jack ey M- Dat aks. Moe. Mu nnr a. o, H r ', dtaer rrentty ,oda w it h

*i~WIbs~. --V--- ; and Ceorge Fields coach; le oqn& r Juan Re~yu, Mtt~ Rivera John An- tHaf the Droo~lyit Dodee r rmildeok while D e risn
t : I i ,as lt'i searn..sid (ifFla U A hot) Rooeoo h t
5.Tom Cola UP.'s 1955l t.,t er' of tha- oray .a

ii ; ,* win. o'er* N -defendn | a D 'd e a ltbe lte "a'~~rohe s an e, n t M d of

Irears, the him y Wlacid In other eamT:
,en O Y ,e nl L e b el$ ta thu lO- --taerp V y A ot ew r'
H Gandtae toa wemn t hTo d b id hy htred by Baldg c "ar

II*ro ~efv ynr e. Wtveayause)Te1eoTD aJTNGSob Lreennen (ro' k ierte to tecudr aTh Bse V WMn

of inli-tiiea wtn h^ wu chosen ac with R1 a cencord game will vse a bhg hoped ad .H.8. (2) 1JeE
*vs. 4 a or thrt r c w lctl B I AM 1 A a rme t rtcu o ea u h ath T p i th r
AnI aob orter t im ue a s o. tle I .-lrm r Lv......o. oth ai chmaldie. anT hor I tiahnA e aeh slo a. 8- o Ftr. R e omaof t he 1

a*so vote ta_ Ae a eo wee 2 nd w2ll I M oweor...s toe lb ny 1 .the field fenc eI Nasthv lle S t lO," o K leara te t o
1 iCtHqonhth......2Ie .400sothe r vereie. NsshaUet rhat a, a w 7tga- l P aM

I /tj. ttr prnaisco f r o f t 7bMalte 1Ntv. DaignaoMle 1o t, er theyc c l dnt be uaser[y t H m -f th Phdll'bli
I. .rwh ose trlleo rg. yn P d- coc. tC L o ad willanRe be, M.yo R s senoh vra teona T le, who it2 o mrs
t Ialdoa c beatenJo 4r0 buth real- oth e do. oorH s ssedr h S 'c tNe ay owk couldn't drwn ot t rae talk Tuhar In the T a BLeau
W odienredam eeTa let be offe .n or, .x s onti I
.I lr._ .._poe.llksre tc o e had Thef halfdhm s6 o te
nr aedL tttkaaha ai eablL- tla.fthaere2ai ForlBbghimr iTl ip

Sn i, h American l we r e
e pnianst b ei nd but had h i

v otindd aoea *CTOeal WI'G AUE oth wleau Lou Chhrle win oer avy, defed cowi, ar- Re aonM

-n Tl al1s W. Distillers Legioin rareoformdasahee othe ev o n e AA millonuhiwtt e8- 1o
Si lt s Ae out over 7461t Signal, climbed Geelner, ldb Dt -0 0s ir n The sifram p off c
h t CT.A. and Anican into l2 second place 2d with Coi l han ent w.2 t 0 1evea U NEW YORKU. eMarch 5 (UP) 0 odney (Hot Rod$ Hundl0y' i

aI TnapshooU AMiootln mew, Lucky Strike Thuwiay night at Walker, rb a 0 1- dal contolagainst the rong D ukew the latest conference hLl iiulnts helped West Vihui nch'
*leuagg pecho t-t opposad Balvanz, l,2b 3 0 o0av nie h ll c upe nlth ree e n e i N
, participa the rgirad rrthmear ve p a leadoff t Waalelewek c, rt 2 0 scattered and N Ar. eal l ua lineup olup'at 27 poit carried oe
-.t-1 .. .e a Lool e ft te .itdatthe4 nBalboasel Km irsgl toaas o0ehthWestum o 0. 0 1 anrtle e.nd
A tl r. un Club rang on tu y, set th Signalmen d facing Klerner, lf 3 0 0 e season un ha bee beat- a eas, o iond e k
., u o 83 per cent of i...tstaudlng lIdiiv lp~,io o Wyn, wl The o le d Del wt

th.Sfl ar gat n dteam bin- Ills.n eue All C.E.T.A. andoampdla n to 0 acond plk t hauu2A -l LEGION Cniatans l Tosrbolwasparred cis nNEd YORK. A tlanch 5 CUn- andn tbo Sodi Hu nde 's
Siti w -d ae.4 pe lttke with a DIYlt at by te l latest n/ati nael cMon e atlpdbent
b- .p h wouldn't - h.u n r of roda e, d hie WestVan oWhi n

a n- 'a -. e.a- aId neb r o h utst b of the. abne amed five o Haln an s d 3 2 inspired bY theat e horty the
-to tooo prrMr ePncac s t t the n Mlarys2y e gu ero upset wainw over Navy and championships last nigtt bY night. Herie ee the dl

all a Minn ta's gh- a around piy w e ., zeO P*l the wa for Reyes, lb 3 2 G were able to knock that t weam p ve a n overin me vcor J,
tenri S b Wb ltgy r- th a. I4t e l vi't' at OO 11, e- Napoleon, 2b 3 1. 2 ot ofthe league lead, oTournamet at Ral- vy League: Penn (10-3) a
S entlo"ed on 42. e cent fthe ay re to sdop ln a drive kn k bourne, c 4 2 2 w tackle the team t t, t ok eh N.C. They meet North car-vored to knock of t Pri-t -
"" Se drive t lb a adp Ie tonight's finals. 4es nt u for the champlowint th 'd
O ay 2 3nth s o, tot toClub n apoleon Heb If 2 2 .ellm wl h e ear a te. w n ht ad

S e orest, hort" sifootthree statre. t ete l. re certain to undr tmate title round knokin off led
.... qfii>8tate an rs wagekii ^co-potyto 8Klr' (n two f PabloBalms 4 1 0 0 the power of-.theIr opponent to- Wake Foe bra7 0,Is fo rtheaed r -oied nn is ust

.... Sr h y odns t ttr e S -alt UjPspS Clark. 2 1 half b r ill Ridge schedule B wo for te ceariva because of try-out A-ub
A e a t m f ory mal thetd and tea I. 0ith 3to ..t.....le of the I gsadThe oells hur r ,e Southern Conference M ist all : t Loutisj
ftlr butaav Aol a W rI ,' heb W. Seler Blhe So 7 Signal 000 000 0- 0 A 2 hns not yet lost a dame in '55. Toun t at Rishmond. Va pla (k 2) k. a ,
vO f or fntd re=souh r Na0i3e th fie wreh wile o ashiengton riea tpt n ew Conference win. r will o
7461stned on hree was some.SVa.. allShutout ndvd t..od Bw.l go "You f ourdA Bahtr Nt4 credit adhel

K sh :APo Wtr 10) v. Telectlon f pair of mhuckers manner In which they waliped York.
TalentedTOan0aAnOfaaletsIttrthWlatl ta s emifinals GnergtWe hbdate withosG n ta hn

P.e hot ie *. 5~ Beats Teenagers 6-00 be ODiNS Bo Lnno. ooe
I .at e'S. ,, .-e. ) 1 a .. n o win e to thei -r eson ec- 7-o5. on a last-second lay '*up by 1ic ons ihtu tM.
,A. .... ,W"C:tAm":::HandshtlanticTwilighteall
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A -is orteameSo t ethn o ucu 't, BI)S ,' lnRik. ..- ht h Noiavy W.... ... won (1s .) to.htFs.o
an UrPr ., raU'W tl rt h v U.C... In te the win gt T= vstuneuaiu
tfeIm a n ,cis.o.on.of U.A e tAsmwas 2iede 121v s.o 022ipayef eris ntePcllctastsEnven.such verbal
li an-6aas Rbae by- 1 t2 .R Coast Conference -- downeg of t'te a.. .-eno
u'i __ n the',' cv.4T0rmial1.0 thetns.L32-U5.orttnCorllndallis h -tangleor wntshx7NNavy 2aCI D
ofnrW, soetearalb,1p Duk.01 be, aud can gas otheC mts l '

II / The BlueOm Devl .. ut ma tpflcah e teourDoth eenen ,,

rv i _oxm_ .1 i~%_ ...... ,e mw._.__,vu.vu md, .t .,o.. -;,. .. a e om PIPs ,._, .... u.o. P ,+ u If u puu lui %,ma-gea ,e e- O',mb".
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03e 41i 01i edat lsat e for the~re
st2 0 0 1 Confenenee crown bypolha
jSIh0610~ BO 2 311 7 $ 110 ff New Mexico A. and L -
S bay .... t 0St by Texas Wtern to lan If
t 0ve2dwd311h ... 50 aioth, the ed Raiders
,. g ? amb rlin Sb hve rewarded" with a opo-.
1 0 0 1 0 1 ItottopiSane Prio, 7
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iPCanal Purchases

Figures For Same


* WkYI

Period In

od and supplies bought inpGovernment agencies, contrac-|ment, principally typewriters,
Republic of Panama by the tors, or indhliduals. was offered locally at favorable
anama Canal organization dur- "The quarter million dollar prices.
thefirst half of the current Icrease was due principally to "Fresh eggs are comparative
year exceeded b more heavy pure hases of office newcomers on the Canal's pur-
a quarter of r million dom equipment and supplies, In- chase list. There were no eggs
7 the value of purchases made creased sales of Panama-grown bought during the first half of
the first half of the pre- coffee by producers, and pur- the fiscal year 19N4. This year,
2 fiscal year, according to 9n chases of fresh eggs. The val- however, 18,500 dczen fresh eggs
Cn current issue of the ue of these three Items brought were bought from Panama pro-
4tnma Canal Review. In six months exceeded $260,- ducers at a total value of about
'R e- article said "Canal pur- 000. $14.500. -
9a1es from producers and sup- "The value of office equip- "The addition of eggs to. the
era lb Pnama this fiscal year ment and supplies bought from purchase list was ma e possible
la 1 01l,414.74. up throucn J1lv through Dmcember amnount-1 because of increased production
etsimber. as compared with $1.- ed to $168.300, nr over four times In the Republic and the fact that
.,803 during the first six the value of such equipment fresh egs. are now being offer-
Inats of the previous fiscal bought In the comparative pe- ed at prices more nearly com-
par. The purchases listed In the ilod of the previous year. This pettive than in the past. 1
'fort were.. exclusive of any l"crease was made possible when Although substantial quanti-
Mde by other United States certain types of office equip- ties are now bein bought the
-*- --- arliount represents only' a small
percentage of the potentja mar-
ket and local purchases could be f
greatly Increased if firm deliver-
ies at competitive prices were of-i

purchase of beef represented thec
bullof the food purchases made
during the first half of this year.a
Since practically all beef sold in
the Panama Canal Co..-commis-b
series for the oast several years i
I I has been bought in Panama. they
purchase figures are directly af-
fected by the number of employ- '


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*PANAMA CITY'S flr.t Inter-denominational evanplical book-
Iatre-was o ,e-ned this morning after Brig. Gen. William K. Harrl-
a on, Jr. (center In white sult) offered the dedicatory prayer. He
. 5'gI shown l'e'n% welcomed by the Rev. Kenneth Stracban. General
SDrector of the "tin Amelrcan Mission under whose auspices the
store, which is Iccated J'-t off Tivoli Avenue on Calle Rochet,
K_ will be operated.
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jy .....,'"'. f -*'i\. "18 p.m.


700GA T


tial Increase of purchaB Ulste
under the item of "other 'oo
products" was due to the addi
don of fresh eggs to th, list.
"A total of $81,396 in grem
coffee was bought du .th
first half of this =-l ye.
while the amount boughtin. th
first six months of the provion
fiscal year was comparatively
small. This item accou ld prin
cipally for the Increased pur
chases of "other agilcultura
products" by almost five times.
"Cement and offlee equip.
ment and supplies, were .ie
p.lci items ip the .t of ,n-
dutrial products and' miioel-
laneous purchases. A metall of
71,1 cement, p aes
were listed this yeo. ,.
"Also among the major ml
ftellaneous items were film .
dla, and periodicals. The Pansa.
ma Canal Service Cetbers sent
$88,562 in the rental of fl:ma
during the' first hall of this 0/k-
cal year, while a total of rwnrii
$70.000 was spent for periodically
and prihtlng. .
"The purchase of mena's shirts
being manufactured in Pana*5
is beina continued this (iscal
year, as shown In the list an-
nounced for the first six months,
This also. is a relatively new
item In the purchase lst, but
almnRt l$0nn000 wnrth'F locally.

Accordingly, the amount of manufactured shirts were bought
beef bought this year has de- during the first six. months of
lined as a result of a force re- the year
duction which has taken place year.
over the vast year among com "The bulk of the Panama CaL.
missary customers. nal Durchases made in the Re-
"Seafood bought from.Pana- public of Panan) are made by
a. supplier n first six three units, the compmissaries.
m the mof this year totaled near- service centers and storehout-
ly,40,000. Malor purc.aeS were The majority of -items in the
6fou_ pounds of fO lai 9,l000 ong list of purchaeseare for re-
poun .of. snhrimps and 4, b sale but many of the bulk put-
pouds ,of lobster, chases, such as building mate-
.te amounit bf fruits anlveg- rials, office equipment, and foro
tables bought by the Canal eat products are for direct use
Company varies with the seasons by Company-Government units.
and available supplies. There was .
comparatively little difference p I
In the amount of money spent l
for fresh fruits and vegetables I t Ze8 0 /0 'd
this year, and last. The 'ubstan-For Pa i na Work
-For PalnfIM Work

I a. a I -' wran.1ns amn sn

LTTI e League: I-L '- ,l W 1.IIT Bids were opened yesterday at
ii., s Balboa Hegh for the repaint-
"M "*i IA WntS^ ntt ing' of the exterior of Balbol
In, 24 V e S service Center, with Berviclo
.... 5 G r l sI A o ., N Bzt3uwer entering apparent low
,0VSK -J rl Z A ~total of 24 positions are bil of $1,800.
,ovs 5-,i Gir1 i M presently available In the Pan-j
Sma Canal service according to Bids were also opened at the
-- the list of vacancies contained eame time for the interior naint-
Only seven babies were borm inthe transfer bulletin issued i'e of nine houses in Balboa and
I In Coco Solo Hospital during the this week by the Personnel Bu- TDablo Heights. A. Leegleri en-
week ending at midnight March reau. . itered aoDarent low bid on this
2, accord to the regular hos. x are in the cl ed work with an offer of 799. Oth-
I pital rpo and related group and eight in 'r bidders on the Interior pdint-1
the craft group. The positions Inv were W. T. Coffey, Tropical
There were 170 patients admit- may be filed by transfer of ali- paint Company and D. ROJai.
ted and 86 discharged. No deaths gible employes and applUcatlons
were reported during the week. should be transmitted to theI lie bids were entered for the
Babies were born to the fol- Employment and UtiliZ tion Di- Service Center job, with a range
lowing citizens: Mr. and Mrr. vision. t+ f about $1,000 between high and
Donad Linscott, of Coco Solit, Vacies I the followltn gw- bids. Othet bidders were
son; and Captain and Mrs. Har- or work are listed in the Trobical PaitI. Company. W. T'.
ry Burkhalter 11, of Fort Davls c e and related groqpa: Coffey, A. Leggleri and D. Rojas.
son. Iclerl-stenographer, cost analyst, .
Supervising electrical engineer, The work' .the Balboa Berv-
Babies were born to the follow- electrical engineer, general en- Ide Center Wl, Include a com-
ing parents of Panamanian pa- gineer. looks ard physical vlete reaintli Job for the ex-
tionality: Mr. and Mrs. Robert therapt, poea4. cler., steward, terror of he bud ng, .rluding..
T. Ennis, of Colon, son; Mr. and supervisory admtL trative as- the roof. Tire Includet s uoUy
Mrs. Moses A. Armtrong, Co- atan, supervsoy baker asslat- tes pain bui n td thea.
Ion, daughter: Mr. and Mrs. ant,. Iervisory milk products tar. bathhouse and other related
Everald M. Brown, of Colon, son; sistant % structure will not be repainted.
Mr. and Mrs. c Green. of Rio Positions open in the craft
Abajot son; and Mr. and Mr s.group include: plant electrioian, The S rvic oier will be re-
Oladstone Mareroee, of Cols c towboat engineer,powp$- altned in.. e color and
daughter. quse operator, towing locomfo- the ontract- for its co
daughtr. U" operator and leader ahet- pletlonn' wt "Va. .

Well-Known Colon,
Resident Dies
A well-known Celon redt.
Frank B. Panmetet, died deii
day morning ter a brief
He was 7T yea# a old.
He retired from the Canal
service in a,8 after working for
ten years ts thb MMnicipal Dlvi-

A alive Al p Iowa,
Mr. Isth-
mus di O 4 ar O l con-
stract e his
.hola IJ as fcral

He Mft for
a t*W ploTFre yp-
ed -the IT
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or, oate tritory, possession or
ke pW iU Subdivision (except an .
s ioweSda credirment system) in ir E 'S O HICAL TAXPATERS would figure retirement
- o'.per cent of their "retire. s e O r t at tha rt ered nnoot ed tax otherwise due.
44-4 -pe cent of theai "re&. income or i h
if e" tax had 1 ee 9 or morethey would x a fl 392 redit
L Ipent'tncome" is defined i
S e rom pensions, annul- You may te Form 1040A if: DO NOT Use Short Form 1040
f mitereit rents, and di vidends if. " .
T -,,iun .r-tak, en s account .. our oss income is less than our personal deductions exceed
A-i .ayr may not exceed $1200 O; and l10per cent of your eidjusted regn
Saxpayer minus te sum 2. Your 8gos Income was re- ILcome.
ceived in, the. form of salary Long Form 04 can be sed by
wages, dv eni i r ls Iterest, ad any taxpayer .wh. temttales a. i.-
S..xempt-rocial security or Rail. 3. Your groin& .nmene from soure- auctions on page 3. This form must

S..her tax exempt pensions or A married couple ma make e a os orm 1040 Is 500 or mo
anuities received, such as a veter-. iioot return on Form 140A If their Those of yuu using Form 1040A
s ais' pension (but not armed forces ombined come me u e aovse will not have to compute your tax.
retireO nt pay based on disability test. Manrried couple whose legal Just fill In both sides with the re-
S8ttla % from active service), and residence is In a eemmunity prop- quired information. The District
.. "int hoe case of a taxpayer erty state maynnot fain e parate re- Director of Internal Revnue illl
o bef 75, any earned income in turs on Form -10m ,. u se the tax table printed on the
195e4 in- excess of $900. Earned In. Do Not Use .Form' I0A I: instructions for Form 1040A to oorn
.come nean s salaries, wages or 1. Yoty qualify as 'head of house- ,ute your tax .nd send you a re-
. j compensationn for personal hold" or "surviving.: spoUse." fid or a bill depending on wheth.
k' Once a taxpayer is S, 2. Your personal deduetioas e. er too much tax or too little tax
ths third reduction does not apply. ceed 10 per cent of your adjusted was withheld from your pay
,Scheule K of Form 1040 indi. gross. nc mert The tax.Ule # ut omatical giv
*$'&ta that items 1, 2 and 3 above 3. You have any reinbursed ex-v you a fWO erat for each exemrn.
mufit be subtracted. from your i" Ienses, out-of town travel expens- tlon and a deduction o f about l
tirement income even though yours, transportation expenses relat- per cent of your income for such
retirement income Is less than i'd to yours work, r expenses as an ttems ap oentribuUons, medical eo-
41M0. This f 's a mistake and will outside salemea.n (See-article 4) penses and the like.
7ro be followed by the Internal 4. You have-dividend Ifncome In .. ..-
Rtevenue, ervIce. excess of the. divIdend exclusion.
The C4mmrssioner has advised (See article 5) IAI AuIIIAe
bis field offices to disregard this 5. You are entitled to the credit ONVI uW AL
part of the zorm whenever the re. fnr retirement 'Income explained NY
tirement Income i less than $1200. above in this article
The correct way to determine the You May. Pse Short Form 1040 iNI y JF ial
limitatoeand re t IcomeIV u d e
to iudlot eSs ;.and abo Your sted rtain I I
from $4W ias o t le .o.vzi mom 1 1. 5M
'amount.iV16o421 m-.eatIncome. ot -W
leYou then enter tht amount on ons on the Shot Form o 4wr ~illr t )-
nre 5 of Sobedule Ior your re- o Aut ,nrbPr after Rob-
tirement income, whichever is the -. erlt e arved- in New
lesser. For example, suppose you MtuluIirllm IHUrCn Yo. Y id it ~ftore today
lave retirement income that is, IM||i II hu s e and told ne-soniirnThat thae nai I
come from pensions. annuities Purpose of his visit to the Uit-
u.terest, rents, and dividends) o f hnlaV A mlu llfIS ed states was to have "usefulA
11000 in 1954. Suppose you also ha sud Sui6 Wt talks" on. southeuat Aid de.
Incomedescribed. i oItems 1, 2, andl f _ e . h enseh problem b
3 above of 0S in 1.954. E-anday School at the ariar. t qs apr tle.il be so
The amount to enter on line .5 Its Union Church tOmi disuionm ona financial matters
of Schedule XK i the lesser of 7O0 Sbein at 9:30 a.m.followed by with the International Bank
=1200 minus 500, the sum of itemsthe regular morning woizhip and with th United states
1 2, and 3) or your retirement in.-servine at 10:45 a.m conducted Treaury" he said.
came of $1000. Since $700 s they the Paul H. W. Olan.der. Hs l He. asd that he alio would
lesser, show that amount in lUe .5. Olamn, will be on "Pathway Of confer -with Anatra4smn mbas-
Do not subtract the 8$00 from your Service" with the junor sermon sador Sir Percy 8peder In
retirement income of$1000. entitled "ivr Years Lter.". Waslhigton "to refresh myself
A taxpayer Is not entitlealtp te Evening ervips. begin t With on common problems of our two
credit unless he has received-mowe Junior Fellowship f.r th and countries."
than $60 a year earned incme.-n 8th Krade student' at-5 pm. fol-
aech of any past 10 years, or i loweds by theS Benr 'Fellowship MeTzies, when 'sked if he
asieh a person's.widow or widower, for high school stuaetus at 6:15 woula. request additional final
Even though a Joint return la p.m. rial send military support from
filed, creditilimited the The evening song aenice for the Tilted states for the de-
retirement income of each aspou, everyone Is scheduled for 7:15 fense of southeast Aa., said;
iThus, 1 the husband recev a p.m. and will include the how-
the "retirement income" he a..&Iie ing of the Moody Bible Institute on 't ask me what I'm dingf ,
Iould get the credit; but it both of Science colored moving pie- _to.tak about. rm not going to-
husband and wife receive reUre-.ture film "Dust or Deathy." "w atrnyinA moy re to wha t I
meat income. both cap get the cred" Other activities during the veyad an in onmy capable at
It, subject to the limitations stated coming week will Include the th atin". of ain ne t
above. .Wednesday devotional service ndthmat that IcIm bing to
-Perhaps the easiest way to see medltatton, "The Serving Hands" In bed by 11 o'clock this morn-
bow the retirement credit works Is at. 7 p.m. On each Friday during "-
.talke a look at schedule p0a1ge|Lent the pastor willU be th9 The tan heatvy-s*et nrime mn.
o. Form 1040' printed ties church between 4:30 and 5 p.m. later appeared to be tred fromi
.te, which has been fid toutto administer Commnuf his lo flight from Rme. 1
snow nhow a marrA .d couple, bo t h. _._u is- n .e will attend a dinner
with retiremuet Income, 'aliind NtHE FAT A TUt in his honor tonight sponsored
credit There ii-uatdeiSi-, MARNIN, Ten. -(U? w. Joe by the PUgdln Aoclty ?ofite
i mformtlon oar pae 25 of bMcnight of Be "I.enn., broke united tWates and will be offi-
tl lala Istruction a -year basketball scor c- acrlay received at City Haell
At s point, you have all the ord at the University ofTennes. Momlay.
nation needed. to cheese the see, Martin brap when he The prime minister lea
| --om to use in reporting your eored 40 jAin the 1953-54 Wednesday for Ottawa,' .Gn i
io Income.43 ... F Bc.pen. & _ferdo 363 And then will return to' h-
...*re are- some tips sah *tll D ~ie-w"r X arvhw Me- Lnaton March 13ifora mesto
,.P yon. W..'.I t._ ma,.. with President Eisenhower.
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