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The Panama American
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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
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: AA00010883:00708
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st's Steps Thrug
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l r the
.-itiat sietr ae d The ailg hyms ad
h l as.t sehn..'reN d severals- g|S tarried wooden
wu, t. fatuflf ed.! l-,.B crosses utaslnr abouldergs.
sited lte esla.I /The rahed the frst
he* city Je elem .- station as s the Praeot-
Anmng t h e m were Anmarican, rium, the 'iat ball where
Eritons, French, Germas, South Christ was o menwed to death.
American and other national- and then p down several
ties. .steps to tie sd station where
Tl included ioth- Protestants the cross was .Iid upon Christ's
nd Catholics. shoulders. -.
akeh language grouped formed a The pilagr ad under- the
separate section in ihe procession ach called "6ace Hemo" where,
and stopped to kneel and pray at according wo tradition, lies' t.e
Same pavement uorn whleh
. . C. hCrist rod. '
i e /The procegajon passed the sv-
2 N w L C13 enut statitd where Chlst. a
group of ,women ad toM :
"Weep dot for me, but w rP for
OffVlleredU l rB PC yourselves and for your chdirn"
Via Dooarola afnd after
Taltoperatlon and preventive eighth statio and the pilgrims
maintenance of the air condl- passed through the street of ad
tioooi.f system in the Civil At- Cookery, e.OM by thAe crqund-
irs< building ti Ancon and the ers because of ,hs food sold thre.
exterior painting of the Com- The pilgmus' exat stop was the
mits ary etall store in Paralso minth statl where Cmhri t fell
are two of the jobs now being for the thir time.
offered on contract by the Pan- The colorful and impassive
ama Canal Compeay. procpearoc terminated at' the 14th
S -r station, the Savmour's topb wSh-
Bids for the operation and in the Church of the Holy Septl-
malatenazce of the air condi- chre. There a final prayer was
ti n s te in the Civil Af- said.
Sabis lug will be opened at The Latin patriarch of JerUsa.
a.m. April 18 in the Adminis- .
lon Builng at Balboa
i At. *rt). p tu i ... ot th ,, s,, -

is Retrace Rev.Armstrong
A Jerusalem By Hoodlnms
lea, Megr. Alberto Gori delebrat.
ed man in the Church of the --"
Holy. SBea ulet.at sunrise r'. Two Panammnlam hoodlims
romnd n wosipp l* with Iong poli records aed a
sFrom noon s .m.aperiod tota of gh yus in Cala to-
of $Jia was olbserved wrto for thr oly w atack
the three hours Christ was on the d r attempt to bcrglarie tte
r'o" residence of Rev, William H.
A cited Protestant ceremony v Armtro, rector of ther sh
was eld "at the Church of St. 'ieYan Methodist Church lo-

Mewh a IRome, tbhe. which occurred late Wednesday
aaa If1toelg plgirms from night. but suffered, knife
Ciar o te h of the earth scratches on his face and his
Joined Italian pathiolics in at. throat was stiff where one of theo
tenadi serves in fta the Etemai youths squeezed him by the
Cias u45 shurehe, where I neck.
j aend crucifixes were dra Two tember of the church
Pit. chair who helped pprehend
Sothe attaeken received titre
Prices emptied holy water wounds n their bodies, but
bounf Thursday in preparation were o oaiMred to be reeover-
lor yestcrda-'s ceremonies. Ing today. -
No regular mass was said yes. Armstaong, who has been reic-
tetday only day in the year when tof of the church for the last
such an exception is made. four years sad hday he had
Mornhiag services included only Just finished looking up his real-
the mass of the pr-sanctified to denoe around 10.:- Wednesday
gethr with the lessens and pray night, vho nhe was grabbed be-
enr and the adoration of the cross kind the neck by his assailant
Ter of death were allowed to a ed
Meanwhile in WashingS money or w'-o ki- von
t- sWentdy E nehewe whberve, e he tried to h6od otf one
coeo a Frcdpar as att ven 'of the men who carried a knilfe,
de SOWNss TmepeaIslunecd Armstrong shouted to attract
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LAS VEGAS, Nov., April 9 (UP) A "bb'y f
bomb, believed to be the trigger for a bydrofa
exploded at Xucca Flat today with a quick Uit $
seen in four Western states.
The yellow-white flash lasted just one Icow
the bomb was triggered atop its 300-foot towhr"ap
am. :
A small; r.edish orange fireball rose in the
lasted about eight seconds before darkness settlpN
the desert.
Observers on Angel's peak, 55 miles from goiid-i
at an elevation of 900 feet,.,estimated there bos 'n
yield of about 3000 kilotons (3000 to of TNT), Wse.e
smallest of the current test series.
The flash was briefly in Jective effort toelashy the 1
Phoenix, Arta, i e from the which are we cong.
test: site, and ,as a rosy well as g' to maal
glw in Sat a similar The ae t an lnd-
distance. ".dent & no of 00 -I
in San Frr&nct a brief yell- senl&e
low flash lit the ibon. A light
fog covered Loo skse, where It was funded under ttu
the blast was seen a ay wink CSpce t pesr"4t Ae
-p* light In the ovTEMP *i. cffIieI'U&V oaS ma

sy.. u a. enand Mrs.

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: t 9tr. JmrZitlP .P[. The Soviet forit lster. i

concerning we Mwp euwas rMY
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ders at the Contrift and 4
on Division offices at Ba boa

test Ailties
"rs Credit

Flight Plan
Guest Airlines, of Mexico, an-
nounces a new system of credit
for aWers which includes
not wtheV airline passage, but
a hotl accomodatlons, food
arid entertainment while on va-
The fly now-pay later plan is
being-offered in conjunction with
vacredit system set up with the
Ches Manhattan Bank.
Only ten per cent of the cost
of the trip need be paid by the
passenger in advance, the airline
=rmp announced, and the
a e y be paid within 12
OGOst Airlines flies from here
to Mexioo City. The company's
off1e will soon be located at No.
14 Tvoli Avenue.

10 Months, 1 Nail
..and Poof!
KALAMAZOO, Mich.. April 9
(UP)- Paul abo watch& for-
lornly. Wednday night while
n hehose h spent 10 months
t bildg went up in flames.
Sao was putting the finish-
- ing to es on his home when
o he aocldentally drove a nail into
n as electric wire. The spark*
t touched off a blase which de-

A Puerto R a se still
in critical cn at o
Hospital where l vacust-
ed a week ago b rftw s an au-
tomobile accide n Colombia,
is holding- his today, al-
though doctors a it Is practi.
cally a miracle h satl.talve.
The seaman, I~lael"1 Gus-
mAn, is suffering from a skull
fracture Incurred after an acci-
dent in Buenaventura. Colom-
bia, where his ship, the Grace
Ine's Santa Lu was tied up.
local agent for the ship Pan-
ama Agencies, s G ns
family in New have een
notified of his c oflin.
The 26-year-old eaman was
flown here last Sunday night in
an Albrook BA-16 which had a
flight surgeon and iurse aboard.

Mary W. y

Dies In Dial
Mrs. Mary W. Foley a long-
time resident of the Cahal Zone,
died yesterday morning in the
home of her daughter in Diable
Heights, apparently from a cor-
onary ailment..
A Rosary service for the 67-
year-old woman will be held
Monday evening from 6:30 to
7:30 at the Gorgas Mortuary.
Funeral services will be held
at St. Mary's Church in Balboa,
at 9 a.m. on Tuesday, and inter,
meant will follow at tie Corosal
Mrs. Foley was the widow of
Thomas F ,ley. welo-known Cak
nal Zone poce lieutenant who
retired in 1045 and died last
year. The Foleys had resided on
the Isthmus for 40 years. .
I Mll A.--am woo C __ In Wow I

w ias i .an melm.aer. -
wFisehower wae at thaE
ylg, P,~ farm heid.

C m I Trybg

Toiorce Et-POWs
To l im To Reds
SEOUL, Aril 9 .(UP),-Foreign
minister Pyi Tnug Tat today
d t Indian government
Using press. In its at-
tempt to return former prison-
ert of the Korean was, now in
India, to North Korea and Red
Pyun told a press conference
that the Korean govprhment will
file a "strong prtest" over the
"forcible peiUlo attempt"
bir the Ligb government.
Prime Minister Jawaharlal
Nehru earlier, tb*week said that
five of the: 5W- O*-ommunist
prisoners, who 'ehoe neutral
country rather Mlan go back
-o Communist North Kore* and
Bed' China and are now tmunder
the custody of t Indian gov-
rnment, had eA their
desire to return t lIed ChinL.
SNehru also reported that the
only Chinese prisoner of the
oup wanted to back toRed
Pyun said "Ws is utterly be-
yond our imagination. Even the
forcible persuaon attempt by
the neutral nios repatratlon
commission following the sign-
Ibn of the Koren armistiee all.
44 to make ~ s i ers o ba
to Commnist = l."
"We wonder if il Indian gov-
ernment has ade a forcible
Mperasion In dia whem the
i t le

fiar m 1 .-D ats a f Molotov's Daage was estimated at Yrk, an had been ill alh not wpt and rat obJection,"
S(Conmtinae os d pa 1l) $10,000. for the last two years. Plyun said.
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y.a Princess Margaret?- 'Nonsense'
ktM& 40 w)Q Billy sueswork Tueaday on the basis more surprised and annoyed the mors of her alleged romance with
talk th henews dispt es from South Ralamily. Townsd.
i ri. Margaret is r Meo.. E b- 2Dso.eeoreey a4mr the pria On that occasion she chatted
> Bes? The Most 'Bg. 'Dr. Geoffrey cess is ever ber inftauation and Is amiably with the archbop
Aa riib bdb e Ilor rxne i sfh A h o p of looking forward to nre trips a- But in Capstown the prisAte,
? PeTe-.iwusendd be- CInaw to.have to b bred, with Canada d the Unit-' ritu Adviser ft A.

pu 'l if'
My;..y, three of Alphone's
wd s i tv in Pianami,
a-d who had just left the house,
heard. the rector's cries for help,
and quickly summoned members
6f the chor* who were also leav-
ng for home.
Rupert c. Bell, and Stephen
McIntosh forced open the froat
door which Armstrong had
locked for the night and caught
one of the fleeing assailants,
who was still carrying his knife.
A search of the house revealed
that the second man had been
hiding in a food cupboard under
the first flight of stairs.
Both men were taken to po-
lice headquarters and were sen-
tenced. Fredesvindo C. Gonza-
lez, 20, was given the stiffer sen-
tence of five years in Colba
while his companion, Jorge Dan.
iel Mufloz, 24, received a three-
year pen term. Both had long
police records.

Engineer Shot
By Ecuadoreans
To Leave Gorgs
Wilia Peck, wo-mded Amer-
ican ejglneer off .the Arctic
Maid who was broughtt to Gor-
as Hoital after his ship was
fired off the ecu dorean
coast,' leave the '.thmus
Tuesday_ >or hospitalization near
his borAt in Seattle. Washing-
ton. ,
The 42-year-old chief engiJ
never whu leg was shattered by
a bullet from an Ecuadorean va.
trol launhe may have a piece of
steel pt In his left let to re-
place the shattered bone., ae-
cording to a hospital official.

Twol tel net aon. o
worlip helev a atom contact
d* fe Atomic fn
Company l a Broad. Dr. Ditlev iaronk,
easting Syae xced this predldent, a "thb in
week ab .pl or four- o debra nd
day cover :of an 1 26 tes the academy coam tee
at Yucca li deai d to do- "withalhalags of e
monstrate the tffec of au- eftt ofe fcrr
clear blast.on .n. act town. atomc energ
The actual blast, chduled for .
sometime after a I a.mt on Ap ABC afN _wL ib..
26, will be televised asJt bursts oamlu l y.
on "The MorninA ow" 'rs-_I

prviws -' town, t lch ed huma Inary.
has been I CU wh v ., I-:
bundInA maiteri, both hoE- The academy, study,
hold a industrial products., will be aimed pihariir
models of people and sample long-range effect of m.
bomb shelters. radiation.-
They will also return to the Some biologists
atom town the following day for world total of atoe
views of the damage. by Russia, ta
Meanwhile the National Aea- United States -
demy of Selences announced a caused great
Soup of- the nation's top that will ate
Mlentliste will Investigate O ,the
"bielogieal effects" of

clear. up "wide
active afeltoa /mie i le 40

cilally In boofmb _., e.ad ., '
to an increase in the number ro l i
defective children born to Itr e tse
generations or otherwise harm g ons."
mankind. Am g those takin
Biologists even disagree ua to site view is Dr. Jo -
the effect of the bombs already chief: of the AECs
l1ded. . bot I i"and medicine. '
Mome contend the radio-ncti-, Iab optaiiM, "dirt
vt they have let. loose will re- .tionsf m<
mUit in "the production of nu the iferalon of.
merous defective individuals." self" As a result of
Others denounce them "dlator- exp os are *reaklgs.
tions.' ctl0e prnoume ctMi
The Academy of Sciences will upon umtn wh
make a 'dispassionate and ob- beyond our knoiledge-
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b r y I to therrk Reep the mer punetters I grdited0 to Wlo a Heght n e m es roos a ib . or wr
'l. 6ylAi di iIaemn e i ns and imprinme n-t. l
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t t. blshd In the order c d. stirred uneasiness in ab.awo s I
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7%06 *91work ole me better sibfty forsto lsH hts as sn am edbers w port usll einwar
ln l hetters l ob ame, -moed ahe a ttnti S o n g o m e u ow o t nly. s "- ..
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hl. I asa ay tin i htee and tho t Blle o l -i tity eed ',,-t FL-s 5l.. Lha
HOT P ekWETd al oeR fer tho le ocal ucation.o a sn 16'--do pur. s i .a.io. Iewd_ 0! wau 1e l
d ny sIhTeseebillsd are bewipeg dl h cussedly I I ds alumv --v- ---- S.la r e_ t '_ I
S t miro lag ao f d b m in---f --n-e--d-h-- -- brio tl.rol h ut sw ls- ta mthe t.wo-mabr So w nB-- ga e wa a rl

.., ls h tus haveo launched a cs ilar-per-i fu of ,h i l

Thblefrstthna ftesrIgothu dsa b th peors, itS too hima a we orw itewas
oniaedee imynn jo atyi BOBnal Doie xaim 'div among e om nt e al,
rieme workR ned tole h me I better tit to Bllbo hemio tsuan'rse e members, wnoesoun wil pa be a onel April er, a is ha the s ld r g
boo tone cdhek myller job e stat s.b etudy get attack. consenr ora*re pa o

dI.B y t oe lk h sml r od he t of slahas shroraio e meret s tee qe a ann t toe myself Ipat ,.n o e w i h T Oi bl a
. hle I was away loafn in hospit p al ps the job classifiers Of too ney property, oo Irih abor, t, I--rl wha, i t
th Pe rsonal Brewery came overt o restudy my specifications. I by the woodma to assu po tt epoI. swerslv butwIker I. y.

abpu.ed .t I w the i o f that whien Iw elied iration ao oter emst heor W a no s. ou a e a
ot mv la c I a s b an l be said tne r oo classiefi e b untolin .n t a I.s r proi tical s i a s c w. I o d .I a t e=
thmate last me he studied my duties wtch Is mainlyaround l s ae ol roy tag in kh op It "S vpo reo t, a urh .t ew a e r aJ

#tables i ndbar n ysowith tah redlattokie ml a ndeseke otoy Phi Honna, hoan wiet ded- all sa hav ttt, 9-ni oare Th
igi odted kn Mr. Doolin personally toet him he better take osome oanai bonr inthsstate$bl, d "WOW it ws o
it... ., t fit let, human consumptiaon. o se.+ n e uO, ed o f L o n d 4 k

, t offbaubRspehoe an I- rbbed~ m hn ds anrubbednornuiztio s payct that brbuylk kve se l pu th uallyd a .^
I tolRed t felle~s~m u elled m worsen "u consent oe g e to payb or I -" es I
San the i.on-er he fol tered me ar ound 'e t heo as P.ar ont r smns pus heh l sas andcfcl boaty r pop.t I N e. lqud4 la.

dolny Job an mine bloth fer the past three mon.s. oe o r o o the or I"t eathe e. I a a aw areoI auwhip er. 1s you*
w I ekanow why they call him the R ed Bull. but tIdont s e ganizatiouno ,foroli na idt.dodhir al if i t'sD p r eh... bI, .ed,,,, ,

s aed ma thin to W e him any call to gut m ad utm ca.ni d ate P o lielt eanoee os ays p" ttt sosn the tnerv are l me al- w r c sbou the o ba i
| t I ndw a f ell ero t t n th rea so re bgtt I a o ked fr o n or P a n mi na hon the ioreton a i l o a n wit I useI e h ie porl d the a s "sutt both s id se r c ri a
1|,4 soIw a n nto e *s d oonm to ve my hands an t e r'er sp aey or propertyf.r. a a k y atc e rarchi e rebw wite a Ed 4h ora henl .e P s ws t ieal m, tob omW fWj

,- an o mwae f... on ........ om of iter p oarts ora e ca pu t .h of Ldn nth t o s ". iT r es t o f
o ean my face two.n t I looked all over foutr the paper toweyels .. ,, e c I.,e m l I. m. e em nIIiIIItII D --
..t..t in a vn so started toV wipe o m o hands onmy e i l oponsre o n ess ll c es la-e bn ee, sup s.e. -R.to. of

gis ou th b lAN t of hot an ANTONIO BUGLEr fe in all g offi aThoisr titeest. s t May e ed a airplay, d s "in effect, end a
l me th. mapointof or elecuion o*tI n h t i d e sn a a a f et ofn sta tem
SIsen th e is d e on t henca r the w rwall vanr oitd say topless t e A io cm itetsn w. Iv y b re t e Sn s iem -:. I
n rub yer han d s briskly In thedo t a I r. .o I done. f It toaher says that n eo p on canr Ioi y I t eIedI p of l. cou se ma w out of thftk.adier, ath but "i
S Teas in n u osl r n o mt h in uaneusm ea and woth h n a o r, ome to the o nd are ou t nthe opaid'-ofayai adel tcaL v e o f a r a c Lon don Pres n lth r wd u Aa n aa. -- --I erfo H 9
i"a l omac He l f ni goth r shi e st o e pe d.lrgn anizati on c rp etya It d t e e for e e m atu lc phundw h af nb c anmd by ed a sf o wo r bhe I ge e e u i imnfra ha t k o
ed an I I ho ll te t wo r ou t h e f l oo r i offi c s o r p o e s r T housh e do-o d n-l-h n--m--qa l--t a T h balg oTwn dsin oinogu -- f ed woth,-,-g o
bu on agTh ina in.alue so atyilitica l ha omet agabn ah r.Ierubbe d. -says.specifiaally:r'tme _ni, anp d
,.n an ended uo with both h ands full of water again! f ,"No such organic zati on, or no of-e LONDON .-Ever or m n.y e I pick tm e you e e lllayou're ha b uAnd. o Ier my h e, ol rlIu M.

agan n It hap p ned the same way again an the more stf ir oberfor er o agent of such a new spa e -whichis difficult es h HI. nd lge ltoneoth e e,, . laeto ued oi.llephGoi s ga

thewettere in myh at. ageeanlessl$allo So i ni Or e-d dtted It haIe onhe bre-an see r feb m ye lfoo s tea V.Huna c lid I n compete gieINomree prote s beves
H ifevr over yno. e-.o o ,iot oionra bll, tfd uedf- eauma-t o the f ,|e e--a d i o it h|nt,| r1 N"-'- ot h -e v en Nq eto Tleas t on tha'S ev r p
then I turned the .sp got up an pu hed .the button o dry c ny periee or ees i ter*rMpebtyIors the donmOW stories ofat e world, ittop ;rlike _.shC.huruchill's ,or ..Rig ess M _rgrary.came __ tyhl eil e =AU'it e P1

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the .enr bou ywalkF twas no.R i delof u hePotomac. a
b ot o airnearly ftedt my eyeborowsfromo heramembrs o.or- ,wal k. i t s cs M o T Nhore re-eaohtneo e ree pur. al aemalloparotyea deblt wodeelpurve t
mya e an I rubbed an rubbed r an pushed, the utn an oganb ator lo.b oitth l actvit.any aloo u o ne he op w anh SUilo wen rcestsU ca o n . ie I Lon o ere d ne hun n evered e Lo e r d e war h s tat cwsser
Spiome more. An I lfornia ol d ou s l moo in utss.no onayT.hioswapimmedal ey.I enounceep oy #on the nerves are Sca irn rtaio er wnoA booNesw p wou lher e beenpoi hadn si d t he Stateoe, [
n my .hands an n dee awe a rnreda an sorthe .bu it las sae from u Pilo111110 o, p ,e ^.O hi oAa a on oan.'' and reele, ot la ,a d en t, ( with book faIe "at hvpltaybtt sde ofthftbt si eiiiiiioiii.irriiaesdmayl [
ne eer y han d or own th w e o n ld 10 n mo e out lous attemptiato stfle political came to London, a w -eared A C I A g ci s he la t hyst ericalrwh enIte-to r eand m
Iihn -.1i Indan o ,,heirItan ut anno streedom.t It would even prevent. We1 amerchantgI fo ell love oi mch e .cee ra c people YIokw and oI wl.adp.to i s, bu, -cer.He a M b ranly rolnil" Oel
k Iwenl t up t o see,,boss.- u nan!from with .the town thd And that love It is 'difficultnot tot buy kniveshere at the heights o the blitz. ,er.ip -. s i des -, ,_-It.| ,,ve.. totlSlo

Wk no to oao lofte p hec fore ua m i aembersanyd p of fic oria l a ur the lasy S
1 ted w ai t a n cnd i ioy ess h o see nryr'ige hte t hon. ason r p 0sicn toi aifundsyamongn n't the lessened a miteso all the and- razors and anything else the rsd hewt ffth n ,seis o ,"-"-t D

.that . .......... .... -i on obuld theeftel nnes dll u ons A lr w them s e Hannah charged,. nasse of tme. Lea ryo s min e d. m me s Nith 2ed a i ze :w.. . Fo s .aI i or
i Bol. m a e our own e ther e ohimd w atro c e m o e b ilbo I W isco sin sponsored amndon Is essen a H y a m an' sc ares d lpe oand h a s oca m W c tm ent over oeied Oananr aem s,,M.o 1_ I. i-t- a

v b d mIwee the rig eao vewhat m ak esalotofo pr atiana atl in, ak WestheatwnamesPary s hes al pv umAes tow n m ou te teet wear. ou T "I y uro Con tst Vaesd al l asanad boarcesbt1119= X
out- ,wt, ,.latf h t "iner l Irg a s tih on -abtit Hi o a a t care n mineh .h. . Pl h be fated

dl^nn^id feuer In there so| e alr.hg ani.wpg thereoare latbUe irctyo avn ect. cha nt do lenthan i iw re aueol Et inh e (ve Br u wthos at rsu c- w ead Rupla atr te s iw to M a rs hp ra t .* as er 'Ui IAt
n,1 u nt ROthloeef lsl dryreaairoD oy u u p ,sny money, prope frtyre on seprv. meath Ie aroitee ture.s p hrwWOier Ae Ap r 7th aprrwrda clor- MohenIe se ppy P fi, ho ylude (tmaork 5a. l T.' MilAN Er Y ComuR
Answer to m heotowafrfleo !we o lt obaac ers bor them ployes oTh e choh s oa maond l t Mrnpim eitin-ar nes t Tro eay ressnt to ll ean aeri, GLnems Th tewal whih so Dull.'s ireI _tor I.Mn J ,^ Ja.
VM u thl val ue todan y olitia l e t oe n y ,e bungt thprivmte refes myt ha a. I t .e i t oet arny. oI I hurr. .t". r|cked am n, i! E u l

nIV nr 1 i* Y ouThear foriri Be S0 f is erg (onften rsel ;b o t der klag ews who' y W mbal o n e.tf .lbr ltas enelest eer bh cantl'rl (wo h ) o d E_ .*

' ^r t plo- oSolardisk une up for the 1 th presidential artist ren Swensen. .Dort h Duke critic E. Norto t.iHome of their Choice for Pres.de ,t la 5u ,- la (o.- J NiLeil U ^
,i ,tlilt 4 umblect Bol l. B o t (Incheet dolw of bub and Jhaime Jof how.anve eadnahlweeir polats." bscrt am o.ew AmXnr .-, .. Ia ih i I0
.a I- ,at, d IAon or .uers f a ri Sh i a d e se c cin ea i ager ,a ep t puder ( o u e to e r Yo ood l I
*******1;wEM the MBTiloflitcy. 4"a2r e a eore icn -hewrlu Evaon bevtrad e r oa u th e facst oWf rBed ic h Ap h ee ( u e J ,

machin uni sestlve 3Brathe a prob a bueigeston otr b accent Pdeharmonl Orchestra)o a frmer 1i' e.cn safe. We were corro- 3 monan.,.,hs agw.. In. a car accident wa Ob in-
)ylaykmo neyeeks. Ph ro p research-v.mati (embraced by o ature .wit h L an E dwardian snufb or % hn- eek sh huseritcmom
eM d as e plasgl w of te Wer saf for a *J. S. lour/claims he wasI nhs and at peroStwot. .ldst They ba hs to lai. New it
iMcel ofiCstyftoce rsor emtploy es orced to join them. .The v.eek the qamelly r uanes emiptoyIent b Lando a rOT ntag in two b\ I :to a Do
SttServttch 3 govdu lue tgnypitc Bl th aa mn byd barch th saturday Review de V sai" the nes I' a fai : t 8alk I b.c. ry than ar ago. t d o
B $ st lereiasa. ion reduce ankind caused by gkh teo alvbi under te wtite. Va, f0P bikmbelM th e"od. un aWise. a Vea comp.lete1 O Y voes the MW

i i "69er : "Who Forced Whom?" . .The It wa" "r',kMi i Ril c Gir .lhl were), ( P._..
,' -ts Hotel Management president erned. VV Rper Gr here), we el .i-
INN re P ~writes us: 'Members of thlit Ber tb NM'-411 9no. . comes l. v~i"23. ,
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rem canc1 orchestra stayed at our Hotel %e evabators (l_ if o )wl 'en mobe .to V U1 .-id
ItIAh t P narles in Sprmgfielo (Mass.) fo anon Lo aVat.s.. phms" ".8 t tl ,
11 wo nights last .OccpdiIt ve gl be *e *
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t. ..A as%?R MUsserB PrSyer, n see r o2 IC on chariot on Sunday morning wn Iunday morning at sax o clock.
.Ch,: 2:* ..*-*.* C hu rdyb h e ean -theour ea ie t -ha 8 oep o held,
oo ........ 530 o'lok will be un b the ou e near e hore of :he
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, *W' atanble &e: A~ar 8:-3 aoMO '" 02w s 1 Tcheduled tor 8:30, w tl be sung Gola Club house. It can be reach-
Bm assI lty o m.- .....y .and _n. ud .......******* pm .o th bo t i g

I ash r Cams tR uT. TassasA's-CeH uio n ..i '.... COO NY LI N be presented. Anthems will be Gam Club house, thence
I"it.m. ( It i sil- ._,.t ld ... :3 Dl.. ..usua l Te rt.e rmnld at e pa c hiou gou...........n..s.o.t Ihe glfn

S...... Catehim c t o .. t. Pa Chm Mal .... ..... in the evening will be the cloa-

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atch, i pa ,l m-c-.,Metlr- hwuarooscheduleSd or3M3 in0n wiilrenun ..........Go3 C.l ubshorsel cans b uea n hn-
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g8,0,.... pS S..da, s 9 p UUa a rD Sr ae h boSaool uthutday ... .........e *:Se .o tbeorai fe turi ththe tesu w rise over

I .. 7 o pam. ady S S5 M m. jn au andh earr.aurys 3. Ata 3 L glnthe the waters of the Chagres River.
W^ T 1* 3.? pU'D Isi e MJ& Thu s s1U" s-ea sa Wed. .... 7 th0 anmUDEaMER st ConrAM Certcw To the left and across the river,
X isr. t Z.hS dSu Ma in: m. 7o p gu a V c'I Shbe p ese te "An:thems wil w a pa r oa tCu lakeocan ben
m. ui.^ ,. .a .r. mO t o * V iA....C -.m ....s. T he gu l. n the po t where Columbu..........

''.S.^ ^*' tl 4: ad 0 r TCt sh. CN 5DA j 3n. landed on o of his later voy-e
A b. m.. S~.~Su n, "un ..as S pHolyt c. ......... rh trail
U nSa0 1:2 0lpItMu- rday No &. .o --

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a7o :l ma Mm gy ) Relul.a sIs" ,m 'ouni. servicbui nnoaSud the will be Dr. walker M.Ag-
Du a .. ... g..,- ... ....... u To f ad a ross the Gamiuve
Tz.Nr o m~ -H Ms .;anom a6I e- foe Churl .* the suTd a o.....' ...... : ea i nth The eapert oie l b e ca n

P. VAL"Do0s: n ou o Semf raad S it b e n I kno. ab the a ot clubhsrouse beginning
c o. .mI mt o,1 .. I ,n i Ar. cho i n hem S laSn d e o nSt.e o R i s lus t e ve o
W .. i .- ..i .n Wr* - C School ...a *:s g. La al enur eyv
Sd .. pro Hosuiepital Agfeorinc
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coimelans 0 to *Io e T*M ,--- d th n o ml r *OCanO Ron. T. J. T r tti -t sAlbert Woo n, last of the
a 3nwN *I **. s .s. _w p oo str ed. m n hs es 1 Cablf. alueb re b t ed c for
S j A a P ac h u rrh S:"- t- -... I B10....u -c h,,, ...-t hh tr..a sl. .e n o x.e
?er F L- mp l Chrt hrIdast he: Ci ty"o mo' .TShera So t hi .e u i o lr o f the Ga m
a : H N oveaPaaer . P E. 1y A a m. ..-eng ervic TSnh e l oe a er M a
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t o C lamt Bedr m. Co a d W oolson was hospDo wCo ctalnlzed early

Idsu dan da4tc h ar S d 1inl Bees Se .. at.b Thursday, the second time with-
LA _sins C AgTta 1 : to a0 5.:3 oe glckt.willbe 3:any .e.....bburthe si co Doctors said the 108-year-old :
Cp mm.,7. .1 A 60 G hd Srg h |dnSt B 2 A. teo aid t breathing Thursday.

0aga CO Ste. g g O r M3 C Ot hSO us a sslb C The spry old gentleman, whoT
a e e a e 6.m "sm and .. i?.. em e. I -' abtw M .elebrat t hec lb hs begirnihday
.0 6LOrd730m Junior iCh ir ,an"dt he a'c lod leased arom the hospital soon.
last Vi trhp 7-0, ,0.EEs.und M|
scheu. for8:3,willesungGol. o ,, sseen the poI*tcwbereaclhm-us

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SA."'M'Z90ai. am. stiWm36=9% u fSnday fvane The spry oid gentleman, who
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OLLYWOOD (NBA) Be. "She'll be different 1o every
the Seaen: I've been hear. movie the makes. Not because of
again .bout those naughty make-up or clothes but because
I'L movie mars. This time she plays a character from the
IIthOndda Fleming. Insie eat. There's no one el s e
TIsk aski Such golg4s on her Ia Hollywood."
iTe grlie magazines are full of This is Hollywood. Mrs. .3nes:
Jaa oe duties bustia' out of Wages of famef note: George (Aobel
AP 3 t gownas but I have Rhpnda's will coUlet $10,000 next month for
word f that n one scene of an a personal appear nce at the open
ItAlif film she just made 50 Ro- ing of a super aIet in Erie, Pa.
mat a utle had no gowns to bust . Overneard at the Ready
m out oeal usu: Room. "I don't wuat all Holly.
Th were only smiles from wood thinker I'm different when
.Ie a p~l become a star. So I've already
started HnuDbing people."
The movie is a Biblical epic ti.
tid 'imeramis." But the se- There' Muvle interest in the life
u. unmo with the S0 dolls playing tory of Edith Piaf, the French
peekaboo wi;n the camera will be singer who star! in a COntinental
-s aeen only, in Egypt and Turkey, Revue opening Monday at the Bilt
where, it seems, movie fans worry more theater here. . Marle Wil.
more about spicy celluloid thin son's .ex Alan Nixon, and IFiti
#bout butter on their popcorn. D'Orsay are an item . Lori
Nealon will be a bridesmaid at
"Even though I wasn't in the DObb Reynold's Jane hitchi| to
C quence," says Rhonds. "I was Zi09e l1a8er, Lori gets her best
S orrsed about my reputation be- rresr vreak in Warnerl'" "The
S ause I'm the star of the picture. Ja egd 'dgr." -
I even protested to the producer --
and any agent. But everyone as. Joan. Evans' coming stork date
Ssred me Che sequence wil not busn't noticeably healed the
] shown anywhere else." breach between her husband, Kir.
Aside to travel bureaus: Stand by Weatherby. and her parents,
for a ticket-buying rush go Katherine Albert and Dale Eunson.
and Tukey. The. bitter.ms lingers, on.
SBla Crosby and son Gary sing Anne Francis has been incom-
an together in a filmusical? It's municado to the p1*6i since she
aa'reat cream in the Pars- fued foe divurce from Barn Price.
utount front office and it iould This split is a genuine puzzler.
Happen one of these days. She. played nurse to him for
I -- ar oths during an illness that al-
Sneak preview audiences are mnost took his life less than a year
; appingjover a "new" Grace Kelly gpo.
a., "To Caten a Thief. She plays a
thnll-seeking American girl on the Short Takes: Bob Preston's first
Drowl in Cianes, proving her ver- movie min three years will be "Last
7stiity wit I a. capital V. But Frontier" at Columbia . Ann
there's no look of surprise on the Lcrio, hle siJpper, and Bob Wil-
face of Director Alfred Hitchcock, hinms, uwner of the famed acting
who bas always claimed: pooch, 'Red, have called off di-
vore 'plans end wig try akain...
A big 'creeh vl:ion of "Make
Sioom for IDaddy," starring Danny
Dtam' 15 It Pime.. Thomis, is about to be announced.
S Daot Itchi nPlamples, s, WRUNG PLACE
,. lnworm. 5alakpa r, Acne. Psoriasis,
SaItc 'sbot(Apur BARNESTON, Neb. (UP)
or s.e bli8ahena disfigre your akin and
e r you another day without is. Fred Powell of Barneston had
S r Nxodm. This great medicine the right idea anyway. She gave a
th the a a a lecture to tIb local women's club
Spt why t Nhiesrm squitly maen, e.tle ,t lte eYour Home From
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3ioid their ~t UOUORof
0felcers ob nesd"y ovf _,ngi
at their snetUpi at the
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freshments were ser v fromu
the buffet table, whi~h was at-
ctuvely decorated in faster
tive. Coffee was poured by
Mrs. Floranoe LFo The other
hostesses were Mrs. o0eatr;
*Hls, Mrs. Irma Quintero
Mrs.; Jen Meitten,
The following officers were
leted: President, Lllian
sn ian; 1st vce--rdt,
y. AnnSbelle Leap; 2nd VICe
dent, Mrs. Orae s colbert,
eording Secritary, Mrs. Ann
M bson; Ant. Recording Sec.
ts. Dana In& tely; _brresponld-
Uk Secretary, Mrs. Naomi. Fran-
In Ast t Corres. s ereta~ry,
Margaret JOhnbtOfl; TreAs-
rer, rs. Melids -A. Semben6k:
As Trasurer, Mrs. B3entrit


1r 34, Pa^m

Nu r
Members ttending were Mes-
dames Lorraine $ent, Alice Thur-
AoodmDiana Diaz GranadOl, Mo-
da A. embenek, Boetris .lls,
Diana Bright, Grace Colbert,
ucille. sTaylor, M alSt lo-
,toD. a grbert, elms Val-
*ntn ^Naomi FrakI lon, F Dana
Virginia HalAn.a!r-
Irma A. QuintrO, Hel0iss
Heatn. Maria Locke, Florence I
!L/h, laO i A Stillman, An-
a Lsp, Je l Meltoen, Ruth
Aoleea, m c bonnie Relchat aNO-

.I~, 'V ONBs eturn I
.ir^?a Bo ry- Reirid. adb
.C, .. turned
Sap hwith to .bo.h
U. ;o r' Duane Mo fe Me .. ..
M9rsh and the late John K. Ma rsh o Los aligeis, rnwa. Lor o a
he brie-eet, now of Los Anle California, wasl bor i
rand attend school hi Dayton, Ohio. Until the past yearw e
reuide U the Repuli of Panama at the home of heunt uva n Fr
jf U Mr. sad R m Albefrte do Obarrio of Golf Hel ghts, K from
i o -WahAtive-. SL o A "sadufiated from the .I pab ses
T feiof Califelorixet LoseAt eie reM1DON s a .
rai.uj. an., rate kem. arieAu .Un"-ty In New
jblpteufrqte gomat A nierplis xpia Io ata actress i l d Berg mnda-'
oh ur. t eeutely Ill for four days with
.. .WI .ww e. .ay i In. w CalIfornia. measles and high fever, was gre-
ported recover. t. ds .
...... WM Bo"rga il s ster-in-law,
a trip been postpone When amfh. l sllI, said the ase-'
WfIh"u.p4 et " h. PAW=0on5 retupr to WAsbfltn- tressew qkeo this .moning eeling
AsM ie ts6fliS other. n law t~n in June the two amles Will uch bAetter and that her ten-l
44 j at'-In law, Mr..s d Mrs. Join in celebrating. the enUS- perattre had dropped from 104
,' w-late d Ingrl d's ba movie d rec-
e ..t.._. -eres.. -to.100 g.r_" e, elt
tA *e a .o Selalo pdged rt as wifle's bedfldt
,4w... stuede Night hoNtly. He has beep In PalormoI
eb .'' IwlUt held at the U k- jcily, arra-Am for the prtduc-
SW ttoie JWB. ArmedL Frs service Cen- ion of "Joan r Arc At Th
7'II-I fti-Widlastost ter, Sunday, 5 i 10 at P:00 I take" in which Miss Bergmani
C troller General of the p.. T"he vening.-1 ansor ebY las been touring.
wIn of Panama, Roberto e young ladles of the U1O- The setback caused bY the di-
'mae4"1ti t1 this" Wak by JW ub. sesNe and a necessary quaru. 1
ent'Ita1int by te. W az,~I or two weeks to 20 days.
bar. Saber, reowe for fll The usir-ln-law said Inui
1g s4.S tate. From IUabells, one of the actress
lapeD iast 'A cardial Invitation Is extend- twine, 5heo mad the two-yealr41d
L. ed.to- .alU to.attend. girl contracted a light case r e-
,Ucently whbe the family was In
P o would Cirudu Womani's Clubb Stoekh6lm. Ingrd's disease was
to c to Panama for ti ,.lds etions diagosed at first as scarlet fe-
iet e.tlyItIes, 'u he The CurundU Womap's Club ver.


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CHIEF IU AtTOt TROUP AND MRS: tMOVP both were delight.
ed' with tie Oeldd"Balgeresented t6; lam by Local No. 132 1*.
ternation.l Asmulation f Fire Fighetri,. retiring Chief of tht
Pa nm CaM al Zone Fire Divislon, Captain Arthur J. Troup anid
Mrs, Troup, were recently feted at a outIoor- buffet dinner, at
Rajc ho Ra.es, Margarita, by the I ternational Association, of
Fire PFghters, Lcal No. S. Captan Troup was presented a 14k
gold Fire Chiefs badge by Local NA. 13 as a reminder of his
brother fire fighters he leaves behind. A host of his friends
from the Atlantie and Pacifie sides 'ere present to wish him
good luck -upon his retirement. Captain and Mrs. Troup *111
leave soon to make their future hompela li Grangeo Illinois.

Insurance (Copnt Welfare Group Holds

Voles Ward Proiles Outing To Penonome

To Pleseni Board Next Week Sunday
The- Junta Femenlas de Be-
CHICAOO April 9 (tlP) neftcenelt (amdies 'Welfare
a i4 .., ap Outian to
",lh". t 'r." -
pf r t .-gc t. .. ganmesswim-
the'irm' acon invoting in and htseeing. Comfor- .
to retain Sewell Avery as top table and reliable buses have
man In Sears' come titor, been engaged.,
Montgomery Ward and Co. Tickets may be obtained
Allstate announced Thursday from any member of the club.
that its proxies for 8,000 shares "L, As de la Cardad"
of Ward's stock would go to Av- ae handing tickets on the
ery in his fight aanst financier Atla Ad
Louis Wolfson for control of '
Montgomery Ward. ,
"ThMs decision is consistent /
with longtime.policy with re-
gards to the voting of Allstate's NIl UET l MS
equity holdings which are In -
excess of 50 million dollars," 3. SM I
M. Barker, board chairman for
Alltate, said today.
He said the firm's holdings in
Ward stock actually amount to Lrae (.fJL m'b S
only a tfration-of iti total own; I tumn tpmSe
irit form SandEle t e*
ersbip of shares in firms tebox nmDo= "d dlyet.o-S-
throughout the country. bylal. and 0.odth *ePls
"The equity portion of All- by ha to the ge5 iu
state' portfolio has always been e '..
diversified by selecting the comr. Atlantic Elks Lod,.ge
non stock of Important corn- The Atlantic Elks .LodIge is
pailes representing the major providing an "Egg Hunt" for
busnesses and industries of the children of their members at the
United States," Barker said. trlks Home in Braws Heights on
"Allstate's investment corn- Ilaiter Sunday April. 10 at 12:00
mittee has long been convinced Loon. There will be prizes for the
(f the economic soundnesp ,oftluciq ones and p i for ail.
the ail. order and' retail store I
lusinbu Fern Leaf ChswtU 'Mo. 4
"SInce it would not be appo-eI Fern Leaf er No, 4 will
private for Allstate to own the lold its stated z citing Monday,
common stock of Sears, Roebuc .,prll 11, at 7:30p.m. at the An-
and CO., the outstanding entity con Masonic Tmpl.e.
2f this business, Allstate has The Degrees of the Order will
held Montgomery Ward stock'be exemplified by the visiting
since 14 r as representing a officerss of Orchid Chapter No. 1.
spund investment In this verry Dinner will be served at 6:15
important field." p.m.


1953 Buick Roadmaster HARD TOP
-- model 76R
Low mileage ExcelIent Condition

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RhIa Hyweri Now
Deomnds Columbia

End Her Coniract

Rita Hayworth demanded today
that Columbia Pictures end Its
contract with her on grounds
the studio spoiled her plogned
trip to Paris by not starting her
ipovie on time.
The red-haired film queen,
charging the studio with breach
Of contract, notified her bosses
Ohe would not show up for her
Work on "Joseph and His Breth.
The picture had been sched-
Wled to begin March 7 but was
postponed because a leading
.man cQul not.be found. Shoot-
S finally was scheduled for
But MlNs Hayworth saMhi
rough her attorney, oartley
;rum, that the delay would
ake it .Impossible for her to
et to Prance in June for a visit
between her daughter, Yasmin,
.d the child's grandfather, Aga
The studio charged r pos,-
tion had "no legal or rtal ba-
ls or Justification" b t was a
flagrant disregard" o her con-
tract. Columbia Piet res "will
enforce all of its r hts. legal
and equitable" agal st the ac-
P Rita recently sign a deal for
er husband, croocer D I c k
aymes, and herself produce
her own pictures a n release
hem through United artist.
She had to-ore plc res to
make un r her contract
with Columbia, signed only three
months after stubborn negotia-
ti6ns that lasted a year. It pro-
Vidad for one million dollars on
IHer return to work for 400,000
for the two pictures.

there has been a 2 per cent 'in.
(crease In the number of dry-
c6eaning plta in the United
States, Nor rt J. Berg, benaal
mnRaIter of be lNatia.onA aqtte
tr DTjlesal, told the rrggki
toau.esetas q etn tributed
the growth to the high lel 'of
personI -ine'me.

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mentsny on re$t
damage the sun has
to your harr oeerPWlr
fresh now se1is, nalu111
looking oo I ,c into. 'v
L visible gr4y or'
cstrand. .And with
lustroux 17 e lArqyieI
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* O F RIANTI Ssend fiofjf
r.d a on "Gneral Jows San
MIWin Avenue No. 6: Four ,Ld '
room, giving room, dining dees *
kitchen, large porch. l nirb
ground floor.
FOR RENT:--Small chalet. *oe
bedroofe living dining room,
k/tchon. Moderolt rent. C-uri
Joe do Son Martin Avo. No,
#, downstairs.
FOR RENT: Beautiful unfur -
nishlead chalet: Three bedromMh
two baths. joarge'living room ent
dining room with beamed ll.
Ing. kitchen, breakfast no :
and enclosed porch on pved:
patio, hot water, caloric stov*
two-cer garage, and grdenfe '.
FIFteen minutes center Paunme.m
Reonable. Available May 4%.
For appointment: Balbqo 374$|

FOR SALE:--Lou than year old,
purchased In States: Bend fx
washer; 9.5-cu. ft. G. E. rofri-
gerator, 60-cycle; Mollo wrought
iron living-dining room furni-
ture, Columbia 360 HI-FI; card
table set; electrical appliances;
hot water heater. Leaving Pan-
ama. Call 3-0581.
FOR SALE: 1948 Westing-
house refrigerator, 9-cu. ft. 25-
cycle. Phone Colon 1094-A.
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, stove,
dining table, chain, double bed,
vanity. misc. Edificio 'eveaux.
Apt. 16, Calls B-1. El Cangreno.
FOR SALE: Furniture. Will
trade 25 cycle Wesinghouse
washing machine far 6Q cycle.
House 127-A, Gatun. Phone Co-
lon 5-272.
FOR SALE:--piece ser Chi-
nose rugs. raspberry color $180.
Like new. Balboa 2-1317.
MYSTIC, Ccnn. (UP) Eu-
gene i Smith got rid of a brood
of skunks under his back porch
by giving them a hot foot. The
striped creatures fled after they
stopped on the wet grass, in front
of the porchi wheh had been
sprinkled with lye.

FOR 4 -, S,, :-
o2 s0ey, 4Sc.c.,
_veits ,le D r .,
Nomw53 PC D ,

PHILLIPS OcenMie aClnAgmm,
Snte Clara. Box 4 BS, ib".
Phone Panoma 3.18i77, Crdt-
hal 3-1673.



FOR SALE:-$S300, good condi-
tion, 1947 Ford Coupe "Super
De Luxne." Navy. Ft. Amodor.
Phone 2427 or 2347. 1.
FOR SALE:- 1951 Studebaker.
heater, overdrive, one owner.
Good condition. Reasonable. 56-
F, Coco Solito.
FOR SALE:- 1947 Oldsmhbile
Hydramatic Six, Fordor sedan.
Leaving April 15. Phone 3-2371
or 5-188.
FOR SALE:-Austin 4-door me-
dium lise model, wonderful con-
dition, many spare parts, duty
paid. Leaving Ponome. $450.
Phone Mr. Osborne 3-1660.
FOR SALE:- 1948 Packard 2-
door. Original paint, underseail,
radio, heater, fog lights, chrome
rims, w/s/w tires, like new.
Leaving for States. $395. Tele-
phone Panama 1-5161.
FOR SALE:- 19VI Studebeker
$120. Excellent condition, three
good tires. Balfoa 2-4268.
FOR SALE:-1954 Morris Minor
2-door Sedan. Phone 86-6179,
FOR SALE:-.1949 Pontiac I-
door Sedan, Hydramatic, radio,
extras, almost new tires and up-
holstery. Owner leaving. Phone
Albrook 86-3132.

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Miscellan eas
FOR RENT:-B-%w. rent fernir.
ture. Pay $40 rent. Bea Viste,
Mekexico Ave. 62, Apt. I1 after
6:00; all day Saturday. .

General Chidlaw

Retidng In Nay
Aprl 9 (UP)-Gen. Bepamin W.
Cidlaw, 53, commander of the
Continental Air Defense Com-
mand and a pioneer of Jet plane
development, will retire from
the Air Force effective May 31,
his headquarters annotunced to-
Chldlaw took command of the
Air Defense Command in July,
1951. ,rI

FOR FOR SAL.f--1 Do Lume
four-door 190 Chevrole t $700;
1 Rever 'soapd projector, 16-
m.m. $17S$. | Phino, good con-
diltion $125. 504 Ancen, 2.-
ObR*-SALtM Radins, several
sets chel, peat--for rebuild-
ing. Raft via and scrap poarte
cheap- Wtse 658-A, Curundu
FOR SALM.-Boy's ycler go*&,
condition, 20-inchwhel. CheUap.
Phone. Blbia 2-2671.
FOR SALE--Model rallroed HO.
gaue-table RI5 foet. 150 fete
of track with 20 turnouts $30.
Other HNO equipment separate.
Phone 2-678., Houes 5864-B,

h iste Is a dle t that
W? ] tple well and happy."

11B-. A. and L ORILLAC
i .-.Ppinelmr Graeduatesm
-' W.MA Tel. 3-1.39
4to"Ik frdm Lts Theatre0

IZ Zone Dental polyclinic
r. lE. Fbresga D.D.S.
B I tuo--bildge work-Alr br Ave
S 'aenea Practice.
(41h of JIIly) Ave. No. 2IA24
lie Aoeon school Playgrouan)
|^ e. *r'lephon 29.2Oll-PamA. .

o.mse who are diseontni with
I n M tBey *arLAl f9o mu^m .
did jangled nerves. Tel. 3-
W n.... 630. between 10 e.m.
Panma Massage Salon

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lleanele. Owner wihe t, mete
Jel to mism. WRe, to Mra,
Rliper, "Tala Innm."
CONCORD, Mas s Up)
historic Concord has chan i
form of town governmAent r .the
first time in 30 earsm. Voters have
decided to instaUll a town maanger
system beginning in 1956.

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FOR SALE:-Bower mole. brin-
die. 8 months old, $80. Not reg-
Isterad. Trained. Coll 25-3133.

Who's On First
PEORIA III. -(UP )- Assist-
ant Fire Chief Rudy Kneer radioed
a police dispatcher to check the
o.vner of Woo's Laundry here and
ask him to open the door.
The fireman had answered an
alarm at the laundry address, and
wanted to get in to see if the place
was okay.
Who's laundry?" asked dis
pitcher Rof King.
'That's right," Kneer replied.
King consulted a city directory.

A 'human fly" urgi l
feet up the side of a' br i
ing here recently to enter r
window to steal some money The
burglar go $3 or $4 in pennmeg for
his strenuous efforts.

Teedagers Rescued After 34 Hours

Trapped In Car in Roaring Rapids
O -

S a Vista T i g

FOR RINT:--Furnished and on-
fuqnihed 2 end 4-rooam modem
aparrsentS. Contact ALHAM-
Phane 1386 Colon.
FOR RdNT:-Furnihed modern
portmentar. Via Porra No. 114.
FOR RENT;2-bedroonm apart-
meOt duplex stone house, fenced
yard, gorge. Call Gamboe 6-

Wanted Position


Warehouse and Office 2375 Square
feet. Adjoining Em B-ulding facing1
National Stadium,.
Tel. 3.1257
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rocks and other debris from
smashing the windshield. Water
seeped through the floorboard.
Alfred and Nancy waved fee-
bly to firemen who rigged up a
block and tackle and slung a
60-foot ladder in drawbridge
fashion from the shore to the
car. F
Nancy was hauled out first. A
fireman Kided Itr over the
aBray- lahed into he arms of
her mother and stepfather. One
of the rescuers said she was
Alfred drank three cups of
hot coffee at the hospital and
asked for a- "s I u g" of whisky
which was denied him. A rela-
tive said he was "feeling pretty
The youngsters, clad in dun-
garees and Jackets, said tboey
huddled under a blanket and
read comic books white maroon-
ed in the swollen river.
The outside water pressure
clamped the doors shut. The
teenagers feared they would
drown if they tried climbing out
the window and swimming
through the turbulent waters to
Dr. William C. Walsh, who
treated the younwagsters, termed
them "a couple of brave kids-
they had a lot of spunk."

BOSTON-,UP) -When George
,kibbs, 35, tumbled into the tram
pit at Park Street subway station,
Ms left leg fell across the deadly
third rail. However, that's his
wooden leg and his sole injury was
a cut orn the forehead.

(GAMBOA 8:15
'Advs. of Captain Fabian"
S 8unday TAMION"
rBATON1 7:00
".X% m ,o,.:"
Sunday "SM -of LM Ships"

rRISTOBL 415 8:15
Is Clitn W __
Jwr Anms
Clnemaueope and Colort
Almo Mbidensm. MON.

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Central Ave. 4
No. I Lottery Plan

Fer&6h 9 July AT.
Agencla Internal. de Publicaoiones
4 c.utnd Ave.
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T Street No. 13
Mh of July Ave. & J SL
Juos Arosemena Ave. ud 13 SL

Am. TlveU No. 4
I40 Cosl Ave.
Street No. S3

V-M fidelk rl AM
25-cyclel e-ios ra.-
dio; 3 .i 2Sb i 2 W.38co "
Benijomr ifts. f; Seve .22-
caliber rifle 2 cameras Arom a
C-3, 35M.t. Kodak 8m.m. moe-
vie; Key; m 8m.m. projector
screen edltm. Phone 3-2371 or
5-188. I

WILL VAY meeeWnebe pine for
smail mwd piano.W. WO o-
1139 Anco, Cane l ZM.

i"en FanamiL 2-0552


rORU mNT Forelad laf
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, ATTENTION 0. 1.! Just be-
moderm frumehd apartment 1
2 bedroom, hot, cold water,
Phone Ponema 3-4941.

A native of Cleves, Ohio, and
graduate of West Point, Chidlaw
helped fly the mail during the
Air Force's brief experiment
with that project in 1934.
He later helped develop the
first controllable pitch propeller
and the first four engined
bomber, which later became the
B-17 Flying Fortress.
After war service he was pro-
moted to lieutenant general in
1947 and to full general in 1949.

learn Ridins at
l fr Jumping lasses daolly -A shivering .teenage boy and
to pm. -..P4aoo 3-0279 girl, trapped, in teetering car
or by appointment. In roaring mld--rver rapids for
34 hours, were rescued over a
swaying ladder yesterday.
B oo "It's one of those Good Friday
Sk miracles," said Police Chief Law-
j~ooks JDOrence McKinley.
Alfred Paine Jr., 16, and Nan-
-E^'. **f- cy Willey. 15. high school sweet-
ra e 'IW, ^td of ., rthe hearts, crawled to safety over a y
's graphic oul ,atonl aluminum ladder ingeniously
's cnals, o rnaon rigged from shore to the couple
S0ow,. canals and lock work, trapped in the wild rock-strewn
ga, a step-by-step passage smith River.
el ".ihe. Panam, qanail Is The youngsters, bone-chilled
rigaed in "Thrbuah the and weak, were sped to a hosoi-
ot!r-tby WaltrsBuehr, which tal. Thelr-eenditien was describ-
a ao the a. ks of special d as '"py wre
:'to chia placed ni sufferlnAM -`r *eo-'
y on during .the week bY sure.
inal Zone Library. -
1 .- The teenagers were on a date h
The+Author traces the develop- Wednesday night when their car r
oftbf canals in America from swerved off Daniel Webster
times, highlighting their Highwpv.and pluntred down an
nt part in the settle- ',y 40-foot embankment into the
the Midwest, the color- foaming water swollen by spring
of the Erie Canal ard rai"s and snow runoff.
scinating "railway-lift" Therag current Jerked the
f the early ppnnsylvania car benea:! Ia edre. There the t
7 He concludes with a -1vehle lo stuck .4l -diy '.
ton of three important Thursdav, liden by the bridge
als---the Suez, the Pan- from the view of searchers.
smad the proposed St. Law- -orretime Thursday nicht, the t
l .eaway relentless current drasred the
,W s... ..car loot by fqot downstream over
eause of the Easter holAays the crag v river bottom.
a schools, the Ltbrary de- One of Alfred's classmates.
Weekly bulletin entirely searching for the pair along the
ren's books. river, spotted the car see-sawine
V: ^ on a submerged rock, about 40 N
Plate list of books and feet from shore rad 100 feet \
*- iwhors as announced by from the bridge., h
library follows: Ginger's' The coupe was sunk nearly to
B rowin; Spurs for Suzan- the window line. The hood was
a r.Th. a.Loudest Noise flung upward, preventing logs, a
yr E Elkin- The Board-I
A W stery, McGee: Mis-*
le's Secret, palazzo; SHO ING AT '
0tg> Bchlein: The Cl- .. ..,v u 4
W tie Country Horse iCENTER TkEA
h the Locks,
and Yesterday, DIABLO HTS. 6:15 8:01
P1 m men, JohnsonL.ohn DBREK
g irdlrap hies "THE ADVENTURES OF
1-AtlcSubmarine. Le- *HAJJI SABA"
IAdventume and DAscov. Vnmamsope.- Colorl
rco-Pol0o, walsh; and.. .
yt Aftms. Well. Sndayy "NW9D ALmar'

-CoStrike MARGARITA :- 8.
LVMl Supply Wan daENR "
I .8. CO. Sunday "CAM- o ,. MTV,
i m n I Motors'
today, fdreing it to
B s to dealers without I DE A I k D A

full or part time, good with chil-
dren. excellent references. 627-
C, DeLousseps.


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Otde oif Case League Cho lfico Test
' .- .."* Fastllr Playoffs Start Tueday . _
S* .Night. ..
By ON RICRMAN onjo, fisre h e-

rhi4i1 tie dgiri. thi eea rts en. Thi e wonojo
.ave a Iught edge in fielding
Mh a gr with-' Washington overcame nto ear- ad with al return of itty
outt ,:ialnly four-un deficit to defeat Mubser to first base, Carley
-...low ma r"__ c ti 11-8, .at Nageratown, chbe will again be installed in
J y oe Nuxll the .thfield. This move Saould
gv his cl the VI bolater their defensive strength.
atr acnd Inning wh grand- in their last meetMig, the Oce-
haomer but -A tts-ruiAn I took' 3 to 2 dedMon from the
m's,111. 1t *C,--,"..' n_ Royevr -...In coneJos. Th. Conejos wl be out ..
Ao us_.p i ,t reverse that daeclo L
V257 ed ft"O Rolando Nufls. will be the
ar.6. .helped the S ta MurtIxe tcher for the Ocelo l
Iovrop rdefle t.. with Bruce Bateman, the
Sl league's outstanding batter, do-
e e .is Bill Tayler's ch thm In- the receiving. for the Cone- iI
ni4tbeli ruf raIrtl nn homer fe a itu*r s t njos., Lem Klaftland, the league's 1
W hen anth opens next e7 St S.St r ~I.n a igest pitcher will tpe the
that w a e am a-rubber with Roger Million doing V
S"..8-7 erJi4 mt hS e catching.
Vie Poer, Pets Bader, Jim at D Va. Southpaw Game time: 7:00 p.m.
m .al .aN am- Wisonh it h y asmtnelli sl aite'd for Place: Balboa stadluM
lq w hiSh ai was.on the the o w was i ed for __ -_ -
to an -t. led when be left. small Jakie Jensen and SaImmy 'i|ns| Bows Mif fedl-
Vld Roa yteldit the minor White. Ted Lepeio walloped a Ju [ii B or IIU |
AIleit wjv mu ins the two-run humre off Meary Grf- i, .. l
-bU* d. or VaId a" In 1h e IgtL
Ott.t ,A leson I Ag Reporters Who
blastiag with AZtV&W -Manager Charlie Grimm of the Pa
houer in the ninth ves settled a ticklish question
Home runS figured htily in aboit his second base job in Mil-
kl tie ether exhibition games waukee- by ainounhfng Danny
y ;d, o. O'Connell will play the potion AIKEN, S. C. A ril 9 (UP) -
rdfl. Bid Gordon and against left-hded pitcher and Golfer Julius Boro took time out LUCKIE'S tIG THREE Three big reasons Lucky Strike an-
t at e home runs in Jack bittmer against right- today from the Masters Golf nexed their second Pacific Twilight League championship in a
tt r 10 decialon over handers. Tournament at nearby Augusta, row. Right -ob Medinger: Big rlgthand fastballer posted
ltimore at N l, Va. The O'Connell, whose back h4d Ga., to apply for a marriage 1i- four wins and two losses during _he season. Selected on 1955
Pirates' appfed t Palle for a been bothering him, reported cense, and was miffed at report- Twilight All-Stars. Center Egon Tichert: Classy receiver,
10lead before rookie Don p- ready for action but Dittmer will' ers who learned of his wedding good handler of pitchers, excellent throwing arm. Caught every
pert cut that marin wtha probably start today's exhibition plans .- inning of Lucky Strikes seventeen ballgames. Selected on 1955
thin-run homer In the eighth Lame aganat Cleveland since Boros and Miss Armin C. Boyle All-Star team. Left Webb Hearne: called "the junkmasn" by
and Ed Waltkus contributed a rlt-hander Bob Lemon is slat- of Miami appeared before Prob- the players because of his assortment of slow stuff. Posted 5
two-run homer for the Orioles in e to pitch for the Indians, ate Judge Glen Willis at 10:30 wins and 3 losses. Missed no-hit no-run game with two out in
the ninth. a.m. to apply for the license. He the seventh this year for outstanding mound performance.
At. Wilmingtn, Del., outfield- is ;5 and she is 23. Selected on 1955 All-Star team.
mrs Del Ut and Rihble Ash- I
burn of the Phillies were shak- S OItS PlIl Uhder South Carolina law. -
nup and removed to a local they must wait 24 hours from r n T
iemsl after they collided dur- _.] the time of application before a Ue u t..
gan 8-6 victory over the Yan- ,receiving the eense. '
opi.Au E & .vto vJ The'Brooklyn Dodgers have
tunlitelflbuelQ ftipdnd"e'two pitchers.-Bob Dar- Boros currently is participating ag ue
zI, < kell.and, on $egray-to their in the famed Masters tourna- L e e
a ." .Et.P lfarmeam h i~th Anie meant at A ug a,. G., jet 16
I eiy Male' e miles. from Alken. r
IP A.eB es He, obviouslyowas irritated c.rod,
F ofCwh tohi 002-10 10 2,
Jof pwthe game. cI oln;a wil loe 1.@ married (Int.) 010 000 020-S38 0 I.
bQ aNHoward Paul aull and won 17 ganIme m na e. B. Shantz, Boyer (8) and W. "i / l.
d M for New erk. *while 12. Boro said Ms B wa at Shantz. Picone, Jordan (4), Starr
the Augusta Bt ,club Soaay,but ( ) and Watlington. WP B. T e guy hawts etot
he looked vague when asked to ShantS. LP Picone. HR w0lr hohm. e .,
pose for. pictures with hqr. Power, Suder, Fnigan, Wilson. -----------
.Aa .i i s "mhe' sot around now," "Soros Valo. -
apped aJUS;before he poun-ed -;
-.. \his firstasiV.p 'f the 11to0A$ 1agerstown, 5d.-
'-'rthe roua-i Washington 003 511 001-11 13 1
Boroa waon the NaUin lW Cincinnati 040 000 010- 5 63
championship In 1952. H ftPascual" McDermott (7) and
marriage ended in tragedyy% Korcheck. Nuxhall, Fisher (5)
-years ago whn his wife died and Bailey. WP- Pascual. LP- '
i F I6t4e giving birth, to their don, Nic y. Nuxhall. HR Nuxhall, Slevers,
"Of Dytenoers is tprofemlonal at to Yost, Borkowhkie Korchect
ii 9 uto "Mi d-Fines 9 u b, Southernorkowai- Korchec.
Plues,, N.C. b i listed his home
r'"to Rk addrep -on the marriage II- A
ce se application asi Bridge- W t A oor
.. W id -e Boros' brother,
Tp"e bl^_ fo t-e r^lere, aidd Jisiu haid k. ow ma n ror U6nul5
atyu l-mis ,Doyle "for a couple of
"I"b"ot_ w |years. NEW YORI (NEA) -'During
it d fort --/r "I knew about a week ago that last season, Wllie Mays con- L
t e theyplanned to be married," Er- tracted to do a book on his life T i
latet~lcld L" 4Pli 'a^ad, rti ^^^^ ^nie said. In". /mllboration with a New Tork \ . 9,V\
91 Va 100sdi-~~BsrId he had never met wMier.
ggzgWs m A-o le but '. know she is a
P' t at o mighty, fine girl., The scribe, Charley Einstein,
D .iest. the cow spent a couple of weeks with WI- .-
iay0.-s*!t heu' Colonel rlif lie, getting the facts together,
Cl-yt-Q_ P Co- t WmHM h went baek to hit type-
l I.wstrod .tbe writer, where he wrote It -
ipted the throu a nine-month period.
af ^^^B ^ The book was finished recently ve e
t Net wl Charley Ein Zin stein," hae said over l Wasft
Sto Bob The best swimmers In Balboa
t 1 a!Junlr High B.e ool wil be- de- "Whati bo bt?" WblUe W ask ed.

-0 .sut h e fin als hteole en Aprilo Nyoour fWh roseoure--

-tonigtt l u the .ed eam. .h. o _gh t B-b ke Willie t kn d Ibix-
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_u Rwenoldse Ji mS of 109 coptItor, Large nui- ion says Nina la the hlythe only..
--T ubba....g --y -Y',-- 'er,, Callaha and Bob bar of e'trants have been work- logical contender for heavy' _____________
mj" S t.eI Chief w ataScak. in"""" outfo the past two weeks, wight champion Rock3 Marcla- ".
dthe.4 1 big0 wau Manyof the boys list- a.. ve and observation indicates that no. Latet N-B-A ratings list 3z- _K_______
,i.at wi .5 l bo Dlngrin ff, ,,. competition lor a starting place sird ,Cbares, Don CockeU. and _________
f-^ Ofw l" w '- tUe eag"baseball as I" n the finals will be hard ought. Bob. Daer. a uttand .- i,.box-

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who wUl meet Joltln' Jim Pollard of the Minneapolis
f Mw Orlean 8un. 1.kqrs is aid to Waoe tho IAnIde
In the featured ten- tratk oa the Job Keo loeffler
at the Colon Arena, quit. Lpeffler resigned several
night at the Tocu- wees ao to ta e over 't exIT .
The Cuban says he A-and-.
for the reglamenta-
ist given all foreign Brother David of the La Salle 7 ,,
p their local debut, public relations office say '"sev- I:M 4 4 : 5, 3: :10.
t for Monday after- eral" candidates will be inter- .
Colon Arena, viewed and Indicates Pollard Is A ASOW
o, whoe real name one. Brother David says -"We _r
arifias Fedroso, are anxious to get it settled as
the Imperial Hotel soon as we can."
d will comp te his Pollard Is a former Stanford
r the -big tight at star who joined the.. Lakers
rena. shortly" after World iar Two. "
SIs the winner of Turning to the National Bas-
lat four fights and ketball Association playoffs, Frt
last outing in high'- Wayne is 4 alight favorite to take
decision to Jimmy a one game edge over 8yracuse
ten-rounder last at Indianapolis. Fort Wayne isn't
i pllayg at home because the
-skinned C u b a n American Bowling' Congress hpa
Julian Peres in,nine taken over the arena.
december. decisioned
a in ten in January Fort Wayne lost the first two
pointed Zurdo Lin- games at Syracude but bounced
before the close one back to deadlock the playoffs at
colatico ao holds a Indianapolls. The n and-
highly touted Isaec
he US. Alonq The Fairways
Inrlque Martin to- Fairways
that he expects Joe--- ",1 '
*rrlve at Tocumen PANAMA WOMAN GOLF
nesday night or ASSOCIATION .V. i M^
Lorning. Brown has
n that he is In ex- The monthly meeting of the 4. U
and ready to go. PWGA will be held on April 16 .':
I, she femittnUsta It the Rodman Golf Course.
mary boys .a going Notices have been placed on jaL:D *
a In the. best p- all club bulletin boards so you
lon for this tetel- gals better' ig up. This will
k Baby whins M probably be. your last chance to
S"d. whno battled ave the "dry season roll.".
ng draw ,several Pairings will be published next
will try settle week.
r all wheb.qtf the .S
Superior. idand MeCall ums First Half W ers *-
ill. wal punches The first half of the McCal- ..
pounds (or less) a ilurm Scotch ringer at Summit
At shows "Peg" Montayne Dick
n and Roberto Mu- Egoff and John Wilk as win-
iIt out in the four- ners.
minary at .e 128- "
t limit. Murillo, a; "Pa "wips a bottle of cCal .*
amateur, will be luims erfectIon 8 eotcj ~ th, .
rodebut.. most lim pved ladie; dare Peg
mission will be on- as w hinted her st$te by-,
e dollar) w re- strokes. Dick ,goff.takg_ homeina Ii
ide seats tedi t 'bottle- for the most 'improved -"it
...1 mena scobrd--* '32 strokes. lP p
mum W.1 ilks has carded 6- btdles to ( Ir
Sthe bw ire. ?tara..n th1t-,
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;out gme d o. d b .. '.Creop y ArSis
.ntM wth'a Tf. Ruth Cherry -continuat,
8 their, Ai*erlcan to hold the lead over the ladies "..
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LAS VGAS, Nov, 9 .
EA)- -Federal Civl' M a
PislaS hope that their
iftoie shot this spring 1 j1 d
th' nation into a new 'awaxes
to It civil defense needs.
They also nope the elabprat
,nock city which will W*pe'o~e
to theblast will give tbm'm
oa.sought answers to bpa
loiJamn on CD planning.
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FCDA out of business anid turn
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NDON, April 0 (UP) Ra- dep inside slave labor camps in- rams in which some of your fel- Mosowthe put on r -! "a there has been fwlubI
M~sc* tda~ la0ed L pv id our own country." Americans will tell exactly Ing byiee laborer wh= Arfit due civil defen ii
Og camps are scattered. Radio Moscow said the broad- how they got to be slave labor-, we wlU Ckal e Mitchel toen and vital to-
IeSt and'breadth of cfast was the I'tirst in a series of t rs, and how they are made to ltI Z how dslavery t heu7 coon
he ~I th bread re- progris on slave labor t r a t their will by beat- works tle U.S. mltary is cap .. w -
.from tthd -n pU. S.A."o in gs, C e castor-oil treatment,.It
.. .. 'slaves" th%1- -U.S.A." rii-angs ,,= ,or-,,d- , .R amifications of the ink of a
u.s o roha i-.g sentences, Ku Klux Mltfhi W' spoke a fev. .se tif tor CD plan sa o f1
.p it."albaed in- Two weeks ago Radio Moscow Klan terror, police brutality and then. announce cam .In p y the Joint
a was beamed i condemned the United Nations even lynching." ao apd have been
t Amerlca by the report .o1, forced labor Co- a ale. First tary .I.Corntfdhavebee tf d have bee
le har that A theel ipl.Frs q
l. Hitters of the Iunts ihna. It another The commentator said that "Simple, rea sp The subject has broken -t FLEE THE 6 EROOUNAn
mmnist opaganda mouth- swipe at the reportoday. when Kennedy "heard that the p.ay man less than eru .l the semiofflclal ros, vpdt d by open aTH Ce tests tuimanou on B- uHe e
Tb,- *o ato be- U.N. committee.Ion forced labor) eat _..* you force i. t"'o he srmy Combat f I n- ided byexcept for eate, when public took sahnprina a reet-
The Moscow commentator be- was about to conclude its hear- buy ad, roym ou.atM -. a," in an article calle- Guard-
brac st y saying:o asehTninou eep',rticle .ca-l...d'Y.,-'a d
-- tape reordin an the broadcast by myin inge without hearing one word up d .it oThu..yo..kebt lmm
e ae yo'tWAeare on oiantrwodhvuicheUS.. e tokfpo eto ema t in the Romne rwt'.r by. dexet o igoswhCol.coo rii re
bp"slave I- We ae r oin to itroduc of evidence about forced labor epTtuly. ~ebadl B nkere l L ough information to make a an enemy brthe coups Whn t
herT h av ila Bune. Ian mprarany enemysCOW
seo rwte on e oInu to Am erleans W ho have n the U .S.A ., he took it upon ,r ie t r t- aw y you pop n nb"Givil def ense m u ,sast- ado.u d I,-ero.t e r .a tp mp or ahg
S ....or a been made to live behind barb himself to o out with a micro- Into Ja wt.. n egi l d s e da rss thto weaiess.eA4t u d es. ...aom to
t o a a u t o r ed -w ire a n d w o rk u n d e r a _in e d p h o n e a n b rin g in th e e, .i-D_ .uoeont o

p e r a p hoe i e t c a e a s r t h e or d n ce t ea n r n go u n c t eer s id theeo l y Iudtee b a v h e da g o fdb o bs h e l te r s. B eT h isa o r h e t i m ethw eLa Vei g u a l Z q
:Ae ian r pa idho l meht of Defense.a th e ide of te st T is t m uea s an s he.
y ard swomnwhonavebeenrkor dence '"o.u, ,r said that when The time has come to tunhe -p ,Would,. do evacuaton pn-. a pointed out ns.
rh e b,.who is w leod e. gua wnen w ae ber e n once n t: yheworker wh sonaly he ,n the out- v en. a Cehlinton Aoeued rso eI. ..C ,qe e8s
a...or. ..i...btudies ofr e raped and men who have been KnY a eed .arakreor Y problem of home defense r t rtD of W. t
as on for havib eoin- bound' In chains." But the U.N. committee reflis-hitdis't.lio.9meto r.Vl Ptern tesays:
,the ,. r dw ofux, a eit edc i t o listed n to Kennedy's ,evi- ihl thatte e -work uipmenV the require, and WhO ,,r would ,:dgno bakm, Endy .... -C ..gI.

., O paie usKl ofb autan -- -- ateS
.- A up -t- Next camne a scra1phy record- dence," the announcer said. fy e... only wy o Ie w t thereby iee e na o a. -
440tozodixooset.t." lietticanefeT continueWdoing his that shelter onyhayoutBecarseleveForotinafir"twtime the Le..'dgdo
.h announcer, speaking with ing "of the voice of one " ame sdou ak y d wa r e fao te I h d eefe.et ttest"w llaanA-bl t e."
American accen t atnd lidi',i Aifo~rd," who expressed fear that A cr dlfji to RadI o esio noc owe ,- oi il sl e -ul ly o ,o r my e d I w ud a e a t. p cl A ri caw o od b M '
pat 0diebut.,"lgoodIbombhealBeouldthavactheaiimethea-Los.loldober
tg !'You are not listening to he might I*e victimized for tell- the' slave Ilaborer. Included F'CDA officials state publ Iclyirtove vhSu oudhveAticlJ7Preisct. ai

b l e -. e a w n l w s t o t eit h e ir n t ab a-s ic lan s Do e v e.rg loik e l
Sof America but to the his of poor-whites and BALBOA TIDES thees ev-protionigaintoradio-kywillhavepa aftr
aR Ieciiey. wnibiol haptpc ti*o poe Blsiktese lf Ce1 tl.'rfator In. the fa
uof America'sy slave labor. Then the announcer took over Negroes ... millions of Mexi-
ricud and still more SUNDAY, APRIL 10 Privately they are tellingtonainfredtedou
arj t uati ."The hites.calt fireu aad IfSaw ated t utAIn ro b-

,,,"aAreinforedcorarete I wouldoo pfulautosv"oc-ei
ic e, i by adoain MOSCO millions who have been HIGH LOW einal ct Tommititer esA that th-pn*addey ag oth rg.
O bed b t ape recorder brin you an entire series of pro- Ric and the West Indies." 553 P. ., that the'opn tarest gi r oves t he rtention b sc la t e r obls su edrls. i

Aaor moReite a arer o serviue preent ad ftraoltt.we..,
tIai.n 1hePobere't,
rl thteon heot groutstrtevulnerability eera-earea covered b pTlot.ewt T

o o hdotrto feints by the enemy.pbuhoegm eMoremofpadestrewtraofSyan
-" chpt~er" reof"a be rigveort tht en ouring fom d-h or.t deomer. getra eaho

tored. The re yo re- o- 1. n.dlow0 to .ut mteirlds awa.a, 1111w
okmb erd Airplane-Bkidether Jo.inn. M kQei tyon b lf Cra riet o re ly e rr, was e tw9 Sa
peBveatbwoibnrsalp yow a a l rom Nmilders ed aaiWn olesWaterC- 1
oiWAUK E. t April 9 -(:NE w) bitldIng tali plane in hissp are prevent It from taking ff W hile.. CCidenJt edW.Stav ea dng os44be
izeoping a rs the Paul H. Poberesny, a services ortf i

"'i e mKobbyacntyurntor Dtr hat hentim re. ,or *. G TTWhSER 8homLA -sinufrtom pburbulst hstentbeooedhudc
pilot, Torganized the group Inbe lstarted.Thepilotfelw itFth o u n0ers v e
O..,bt ntn hd1953. He dreams ofl a. newmea11ingodn%-_e hst im a plane ,
Iosounds -raething iny flying. Anot her, the wi C ycls waMeteo

Th s ea 'su rg e ug 5 i E om eria as en ero d a ful &Mz d .rrft he co l
ho h Er. yoouocnram 1c.oTlnn .ot, feaeaferrtehe Nationarl.Gutrd
6-r ."u p itr lobeove that encouraging fel- to wast 1smd. Rae bildiga, Sk
h-, r o .o eh ex an bloar lwtos rto' u th ei r Ideas Amr n led d ow st nie raa do-oh s
irsmed Thereth armediadnv- 1jgg0 aro b' mae away sm ab.Lw-~wsfon25
n-,tetl be iasl other poa. oftwithy a practealer rih abt theen t aiar n1orh Mehlt yo

_fn iythea an r hew s buolders neededgrn bddly-seshp
orrmbn (N Blug,, pesidenowo

p~nssheh Clevuad starter ,isrworh,
a to" oheatown0b0ker3sooen.
n endoub ap-aoa to young a r with the utility of the gutomofeIet. nce s tanley D zk,"row
, P1lAa ?t will be nothing but ,a sport or 1215 tIme at the cost of $20.51.

Moowabwhehthol tthght ttomph.5
"tiu ?ror.xpirmyreeval Aircraft Ahobbiyum The home .builts burst Into bad
wth national he deNowrip ed as. maintenance with colorful names, sutch as
.ainta....ist,..."ro E eo ne whonGa n grora idget Mustang, PlearTriplaney
1006 in. w ake e it N itio..-'tf U flyingg Carpet, Twister, M eteor.

,141mo"re 3 erga e ,ee, railwlnd Rare Bird, Sky
,'.. ;'F. t. or mor.eu in mt, sg t, ,fiufilleq
heotcoasd.s'u. r 'bIten and Parakeet.
ho uu @055~ group. whose men.- Do-it-yours fefiairplanesbuild.
m p-ospecive. chapters a r e bersarrive for the evening fro m. ing leads down strange paths.

S.rmed. There are d viesi to 200 me les away
imembersino 10 other con ebu With flyinit weather right f ere
0 mbenmAnn fro ,inebuilders needed an oddly-shaped n
sdir re. ot recently re- t arkDctro eti bubble for the

Wedplans.soLheculdsbtlrt Spearfishlf,.5 eD.menalt muWIStE R s a pr18 POPULARdsioeplaRnsYbuid-Pisbca rtckIme.
Srid l ans, so fheIoud shthiart earfisof DSampe con lJacsonvilleFla. They finallyformedi by using

Sthe town baker's proven.
Once it year comes a big "fly- A god pecnb licensed And there's Stanley D z I k,. of
srtsMilwaukee rh got I nto-pla
Ti s ye~at 's 'w be p9t.Aug. 5fInallcormeerytiapsengebut.h a u liUlk g when 4isatwo boys want-
h s ears ig cmmerialpasengrs. ed a full-sized aircraft they could
a.. ~ -: through 7. Everyone who can get aigOny5yerafrthatinndptndofl
~~ ,t;. 4 -< ahW.bl?-laei hearwl Wright brothers, 9ohn is too If was so, much fun building It

have It therbre on exhibit. s
Most of the builders concentrate ambitious for the E members. that Sthnleynow is con siwereing
4on midget pkanes. West Coast members built a building an airworthy jet.

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