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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01454
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M lTre sy spot wi be vaeant before 617y.

Out" has been signed for NBC tv. It will appear
No. 1 program. "I Love Lucy." NBC Is paying $5
talent cost as an inducement to brave the devastating c
i...!6hnn r Johnston and his Carmel will be wed on
WHU i t Bnmer...Danny Thomas' wae .at the Chic
this week is a mere $25,000 plus part of the gat*...Gu
the tennis cutle, has finally been trapped. He Ia Ben Pe
Hollywood agent, and she Is daffy about httn...The
ays and the Roy Campanellas are imaging.. .That attr
stress in The Country Shop (on 6th Avenue In the
so familiar because she is Mary Litz. former Diamond Hoe
Swel..ohn Murray Anderson debunks Illness repo
nua g 'nig "New Faces of '52".. Margaret Truman rejecte
from syndicates and hmags for her memoirs.

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g fIt...Henry Lute may buy baek into the o ttworks
,LeIghh next U Gay Way ignery will be on the Soa
iroer of 48th as 7th. Itll he a .aoU t mane st ra g
after taking a new sleepag espil ...The Bere l
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Me critics' choie of "I Am a Camera" as the Year's B
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for the stoge. Laxt year's winner. "Darkness at Noon ca
a book.. .8o did the winner the year before. "Member of t
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SIt with yawns...The "Quo Vadis" producers are e
the lustiest last laugh of them all. Despite the so-so no
wound up as the season's boxoffice champ... You car
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of the seven critic greeted that show affectionately.
u-. When It departed the deficit was $210,000... Tenneni
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There's A political t -ft W-.
ing into the renovated White
House and Mr. Trumtin h8u
not yet shut the doer.
Within a week or so, a group
of the Democratic Party' b
city machine leaders the men
who really get out the val that
count will see Mr. PrUdent l
and ask him to run again.
specifically they will urge him
day. not to spike their quietly orga-
lther nized "Operation Dtatt Tru-
wife man."
idore When last they Mset.-recently
her -these few men fromWthe big
film eastern and mid-webtern eltis
mur- decided they will say, In effect.
el ... ..We are the central eo af the
boreok Democratic Party. Wt must
man fight the campaign. Wi a the
land- ones who rehAL wmak pe-
that lay.
"Now we need a esnadiGte. We
have none. We CAn't win with
those who say th3y'n pbtential
op. candidates.
.00 "We realize that in your
om- private lite, next t low rde- AL1OA
the .rtion to Mrs. 2rum aet asnd
eago Margaret, you love yuir party
issle activity most. Well, wr's the
ear- party. We want you to run." 1
Cab These are the men with whom
rac- Harry Truman was talked poll-
50s) tically. From Chicago to St.
rse- Louais, they are the men he's sat
ed 7 ilth and filled hotel rooms with
smoke and political maneuver-
ings.
These are not the White House I- .
I on job worriers, nor the braintrust- .
3... era. They are the imet Harry
ith- Truman will find am*t difficult
on- to turn down.
Un. This is no dope" stay. This -
ress gospel from th thinner circle -. ...."ih e t Stoterr
the in which are mon who re-
17" luctantly nade the eftIen to
ne- son to Include himself out, so Lone Star State
al- the party can carry Illnos for
the national tcket 0 RUARK
ere Without Stevensae running By ARK
t 6 for governor that state couldn't -
be found In a wiaming Demo- NEW ORUAMB.-W 'ere ending west for a There is a
cratic column by Pinkerton men. look at Texas this tai* and I have only one seri- the river that
Furtheia'ore. HIner band ous objective i.he tgrat horn apon, i aim to is a quiet and ulndi
lest of political leaders has been find mm aI Po'tTe1s If It ttablil summer. by some Te aIk.
ta- talking tp I IlAbtr *a nA. e b Once I wasitWing t the dri room in the I know some S
me of whom iop -ble of Shamrock AB In fllquSon, wd there was a Vernon FrAt,
the the city tan sudden hu i of. money ott 0
ew- .AL leader have SAi t ie~t st h e" to0te dI thugh the salence, plowed Itbk
n. is no castobut ry '"They's just got lo be some poo le om- Some othe ?e
ot- ma whn e al te e mU ion"a where," the voe laid plaft ybod the land, of d
n't chief a real ane t go out an't be unity
cnd vaond.,, eamalllnu to thgo" The new-rich Tean, with h1 'money In the plid by oores e
idnd d Oilpign for Mte 'bor ground and hi cattle In the bank, ham become, a de olld thet
eeIt c. liche of Bue-s t to Wt oSua. latp tt ( debt of
e Inormed labor leaders hosIe has beco a W eat mk nprov
se poned t ed o to Dm dn nth f leets eae e nd
.r, Cr hnteOhif t thtbofth dowm. HeI n h book et Nu h IJ tieta
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al "T tglu 4 t!foruy tof
id the labor leaders ttdy in about theIn
ry the Demoorte atic bu ttpll ted in tenCts o eW 9l -scatue tawk rdt. IX
It. enough Wf'l bolt -aemsny to the m ty. I b e.huu
a so el Texas who are Je Je and n" awt st
e bSto/iterlyi Sn.m t? to Carthy and H. i.Hunt and Huh f ty". fllow who d" at
S raa.e heavny labor cam-" verybody in Texa cannot bosUAbly be n
ge pa'.niin. Carter.
There is no doubt that AP. There must be some Texans who do n nd even Wd
construction trades leade' are all their time building monumental s t oft
close to Sen. aft, efw wh their own Ima And threatening to tw vey. Vt
K him and Art ready to hclp him the United a a te Val
e 1 M of what you hear. the average td,. fOr experlne has bSt ee
'e As soon as OGeeral Meaet- wt the routernlt barons, c u o ac us ae
howelr declares himsl*f on ia- th n andsome n a he enoug
14 bot, be wil be openly suipportoid 0T M i Ae guvWb too t B Mt o enough Hin st
n: ,_ r oup of union men n 82 Iwilf most '"- At is w 0Wt y etlw eIs to .
- ~2 iting his policy st":' Mctst. ____how.it__.____.
e- Whm the GOP nominee, who-
es ever he is next July, Starts
matghis acceptance po 5 B rr
these Talor forces will T he Eel rre
f minority of labor men. buat
A. O"f "highly infU1. By JIs d *A l ow
a Tk in part, accounts for '
Sof ther Aw o -
a the CIO leaders to l
f- aft Trtan" operation. WA O Democrate
V N Iales these union ch an whh v n oth
M 0 oh to their high councril.ws B a o l r e th 2 erta
S- Who ha milled 2-._,_ a 10 tent-b--i a-
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national radio, television, stump declared be wead not run again. As t dif
speaking and inalde-tshoe turned oat,. however, the President M lee b
political campaign. barve id e influence. and he R Iil4
q TIeir dollar-per-man fnga ti U.
SralIlt dle s, will fizle. And tMt euent Intends 0to 40
Iv their inab ity to deliver a labor he oan to get teDemocratic andl r
if 'oe will hurt their chances to Avellr -lartiakon ff the ground. tto'o '* '
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TWOOD.-- NEA1.-'Ex- Bill Demarest is the latest star
Tbura: Rite. Hayworth to strike oil -near Venice, Calif
I'aded for a vacation In He owns. 16tz er cent of 138 bar-
bitt you can win money rels a day.
her ultimate destination.
Reno to pick up those di-
Mpers. She's due back at Susan Hayward Is doing a slow
ta May 19 lor *Salome." burn over Ava Gardner's sudden
e's telling pals: "I'm not casting as one of Gregory Peck's
.to meet Alv any place." thrle leading ladies in -The
.Snows of Kllimanjaro." Ava
Utp*seeret stuff. but the ru-.quletly replaced Ann Francis in
*i6eutn town, N that "An A- the Hilm after Susan checked off
It Paris" beat out A the picture. The word is that
ti the Sun" as the Iest Susan would have nixed the film
6f 1951 by exactly one vote. if she had known Ava was slated
Swesations? for the meaty role.
glaA isn't. talking about, Eyebrow-lifting fan letter from
ctrtes he's seeking for his England addressed to:
r in "The Shadow." Her In-
however are Sarah Chur- "Gatekeeper, Paramount studio:
"Will you please send me a
photograph of Laura La Plante
Id 0. Belznick and Jennifer I saw her when I visited your
are about to leap back into:studio in 1923."
*making together. Dick! -
-.who left Warner Bros. in) Then there's the teen-aged fan
11ary argument. will be the,who approached Marion Brando
Ai t otest for the role of her and said.
Sg man. He played the FBI --Please turn your back to me"!,
with Joan Crawford in -
Woman Is Dangerous". IAnd *t Larry Pqtter's Supper,
Club., tteh Austin i saying that
h tnchesca de Scaffa Is now Hollywood community property
iMtng that she and Bruce i where the Judge gim the wife
w o reconciled for a few, the property because the hus-
mths. but that the patch-upband has been taking out all the
b didn't work. She will tell It dolls in the comnamay.
the divorce court judge again.
Peter Lawford and Sharman
Slas, who weren't on speak-
IeTerms for a spell, have now
ned the.4atchet.
Wa.Wilson says if It's true that,
kr'Wilson bought an orange
r It's the first time no one,
jb able to see the oranges -
e of the grapefruits.
out the laugh meters -
Sthe first peek at some ofI
nations in "The Road to.
a, film reunion for Bob
Bing Crosby and Dorqthy!
r. In the sixth of thpRmdr
the first in Technicolor.
1 WVlIe entertainers work-
~f way'b'ack t the U 8'
Otrbalas Bing and Bob see
l th as sights with the
on of nt isla'rnd -B9li.
-always-on the road to.
oer get to Bali.
le gags dr'eimed up by.
SFrank Butler, 1al Kanter'
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chasingg a school of 'live
wad while t-ploring the
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imel Wilde's toting a freshly
eoqraphed script of "Star of
a." which probably will be
ext film as an Independent.
o's a role for wife Jean Wal-
In the atory. yhlcb Cornel
Itbes as a "thriller In cos-


'ere's also revived Interest In
i.Johnny" for Cornel at R.
d Warner Bros. That's
finm he went to England to'
e two years ago Product ion
cancelled when the money'
id to materialize and Cornerl
Is a 3100.000 claim against the
arty.
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stopped by his armored vest
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vest (arrow) and knocked him
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FOR SALE
S Houusehold
*wI SALE.-Custom-built mahogany
io-record player and amplifier;
". olece furniture set. mahogany
.itl! leather webbing. Tel. Balboa


FOR SALE
Automobile
Service Perponnel and Civilian
Government Employes
Insist on
Government Employes Finance Co.
When you finance youi new


35. or used car.
SALE:-9 ft. Westinghouse Re- AGENCY DEHLINGER
-erator, 25 cycles, 3 years old, No. 43 Automebile Row
ice trays, perfect condition, like Phene 3-4914 3-4985
Sw. $50. House 356 apartment your nex automobile
second floor Mamie Place, An- To sell or buy your next automobile
sC.nd fsee: Agencies Cosmos, Auto-Row
+ n. C. Z No. 29. Tel. Panami 2.4721.
J SALE:-Mahogany dining set Open all day on Saturdays.
0-pcs. 10 Venetian blinds 52 FOR SALE:-Ford V-8 Convertible
tches drapes, rugs. 14 horse mo- 1949. good tires, radio. Ample
r. 8203-&. Margarita. f.tncing facilities. Price $1,250.1
NO h SALE:--Rfrigerator, Phico. 9 Telephohes 3-0130 3-1373, Pa-
u. tt., 25 cycles, case damaged,' noma.
excellent working order, con- FOR SALE:-Dodge Sedan 1942, co-
rvador model. Cristobal 1351 mer 3.5 lens; canary and cage.
sites, Cristobal 1 334. daytime. Tel. Balboa 2696.
R SALE:-Desk, washing machine, For your car:-Leatherette Celluloid-
idio combination, teether-draoDes face vehicle registration card hold.
bles, lounge chair, floor lamp. ar COLON MOTORS. Inc. rDodge.
ust sell immediately, other items, er COLON MOTORS IPanam Colon.
reanm. 7th St 2153-B, Curundu. Destol. Panama Colon.
y A :i e tn vo brdFOR SALE:-1949 Plymouth 4-doorl
SALE:-Due to voyage. brand eLu Green w/s tires, leather
rattan livingroom, set 7 pieces, upholstery. 21.666miles 831-D
isa diningroom set, table. s Balboa Road. or YMCA.
lacirs, porcelain Frigidaire with BalboaRo -.-or-YM- A..-----
er, Enterprise gas stove. 49th
t Street No. 28. FOR SALE:-1952 Morris Minor Con.
S- vertible. Green. Duty Pod. Call
S SALE:Westnghouse fre- bo 3648. Orlinal owner. Less
or, 25 cycles. $290; Kenmorei than 600 miles.
her 25 cycles, $125; both se-
months old. 5334-C Davis I FOR SALE: Citroen model late
., Dible, Wikingstod. 1950, 17,000 miles, new tires,
duty free, top condition. Best Offer.
SSAL!: -.One sideboard orad ,hone from 9 to 12 and 2 to 4,
oer, mntal limitation, mahogany, pPanama 2-0024.
top for both; one fan, de.k
6. G., oscilating, 25 cyclE; FOR SALE:-1947 Super Deluxe Ford
mattresses, horse hair, new Tudor, V-8 by original owner. Tel.
Il; two mattresses, cotton, new Balboa 1789.
one couch, metal. new; one FOR SALE: 1946 Super DeLuxe
platform, 1,000-lb capa- Ford. good condition, excellent
; one wardrobe baby moao- buy. Chase 744-A, Los Cruces St.,
one bicycle g.rls, standard; Balboa.
wind charger. Call Be.lboa
20 or 304". A TE
A1. --E M indix Dekoe automatic W ANTED
ne r with Spindriler, 60 cycle.
t condition, $150. Electro- Mile Belneo
ve Wru cleaner, all attach- WANTED: English couple require
including sprayer and moth- modern apartment, furnished or
.-25-60 cycle, $35.00. unfurnished. Tel. Balboa 1274.
I 01-A, A Bu TECLANAMA looki n for "-1
'. mecwhasics, plumbers, and electric-
SALE: 3 burner wt leng. See Mr. Baker, Chief En-
Sdnini table with ft hIWe gineer, for Interview, between
r household articles. House 912 noon.
.34 Apt. 3. 7th Street, Melon- -12A-m ---oon.-
Avenue, Colon. WANTED:-Used Kardex-
C1l on _--o--. Si (D .cl, Remington R nd preferred) -
ALE:Esy Spin Dry, 25 cycle stock cad, fling cabinet.
one year. $150; man's and Tels.: 3-383 3-0382. Paonama.
^Brnn's bicycles, two for $30.
1. N 3cles, two r WANTED:-Radio test equipmerRt.
vJKK. iNavy_3711.- Call Albrook 3246, between IN
and 5 'p.m.
SLESSO N N S WANTE:-Rotary converter to corn
vert. 25 cycle, to 60 cycle, about
W lr songs, swing, jaz and pop- 150 watts tput, or generatdIr
ig pIano classics taught. Ze alone. ,adl 8 -4234 8.00 zt
nnett's Piano Studio. No. 9. Juan 4 -00
ass. Tel. 2-1282. FOR SALE

Help Wanted na MoRaaan.
iiai d urmr aid. American a FOR SALE:-Fairbonks 5 N.P. horl
turfn need not sleep in. Cole zontal, gosolinte-kerosei engine;
f2 No. 12, Apartment 4. | Gener.l Electric generate, 3%


Iosition offered
i pher-typil. Spanish spek-
i but who can also take dicts-
I In the EnOglih language, Wri
I 1905, Balboa. C. Z.. eating
rnce and salary es petI.

:; FOR SALE

tile house, tile
bedroioms, 2 bathrooms,
diningroom, kitchen
pionle. Completely furnished.
inrear with beth suitbIO
caret ker. Plenty of shade trees.
0$18,00 will sell for $75.00.
located in cool spot at Santa
CallPanama 2-2521, So-
Menda8:00 a.m. 6:00


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sped dM year u buifuiL
brelM It lie hnport Pier
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2 0., 60 cycle. 110 V.: I del
motor, 3 HM.P.. 25 cycle, 220 V.;
Yole Chain block, 4 ton iecity.
Make ofbr, l.at chance, tx 57.
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No. 1 Distress Area
BOMBAY, Apri 25 (U -Te
Rayalseema area at adras
State, now in the grip of the
worst drouhgt and Maine con-
alo ina t living Aoy has
developed into Indwa's number
one iltaes area.
An estimated six mh.lon
persons are currently indergo-
Ing severe hardShip due to
lack of water, food and moiey.
Most of the Rayalseema area,
nas ot had sufficient rain-
all daring the last seven
years-


For Milkicmt NBWS
A requiem mass wl ta held
for the late Mu lIcant Im at
the fi. John the faptir Satt -l
In Rio Abuto. toaonw agmml
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MISCELLANEOUS
Do you have a ddaktqM problem?
Write Alcoholics AWuMyeeo MB
2031 Ancon, C. 3.


We cover buttons, make belts and
buckles. The best washable ma-
terial. Monday thru Thursday from
I 00 to 5:00 p.m. House 758,
Apt. 'A," Bornoby Street.
Brand new automatic, featherweight
iron, finger tip control at $13.50.
each. Hasmo, S. A.

FOR SALE
Misftelaneoium
FOR SALE:-Welsh "beodle buggv"
with pad. Excellent condition. Cc I
2-2898 on 1431-A Carr St., Bal.
boo.
FOR SALE:-Three Boxqr puppies.
seven weeks old. A. K. C. Reg. Tel.
6-377.
FOR SALE: Beauty Shop, very
cheap, for quick sale. Owner lea%-
ing country. Information inquire.
Salon Miami, 122 Central Ave.
upstairs.
FOR SALE:-Winchester 12-G. shot-
gun, like new, 2 rugs in good
hopee 107-B, Pedro Miguel. Tel.
4-506.
Mother . your child wants com-
fortable shoes. You wont shoes that
will 'wear! and Senior Jumping
Jacks give you both If your child
is between three and ten. then
buy him Senior Jumping Jack .
al( sixes, various widths. Coll at
BABYLANDIA for a perfect fit.
No. 40, 44th Street, Belle Vista.
Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE: Complete mahogany
dmingroom set, 7 piece almost
new. Price $225.00. Muebleria
Ideal, Rio Abajo No. 1090. Tel.
3-1216.
FOR SALE. Rbtington portable
typewriter. Cell 2-4283, House
1487-A, Dohrman Street, Balboa.
FOR SALE -The famous "Sixtomat"
light-meters, shockproof at Porros,
Plaza 5 de de Mayo, Panama.
FOR SALE-Fine breed puppies, $10,
and $15 Modern diningroom set.
Ending of 9th Street, Parqut Le-
f" 'Mi ftAsi American Set-
t" Job, f.ms._


FOR SALE

FOR SALE-Royal Enfleld motorcycle
500 c.c like new. $550.00 cash.
Tel. 2-2847. Rodelag, S. A.
FOR SALE:-Bargain. Vincent Black
Shadow. $750. Few miles A-i con-
dition. Motores Nacionales. Phone
2-0787.
FOR SALE -Indian motorcycle, ver-l
tical twin Good buy, $375. louse
8052-A, Margarita. Tel.. 3-2487.
Terms.
FOR SALE -Finest 500 c. British
motorcycle ,,th all extras. Price
$400.00 Coil Panama 2-4859.




14074 Vacancie
There are 74 vacant podaUona
A the Canal organization to
VWl qualified eligible person-
idl may transfer, according to
the latest transfer-vacancy bal-
itl ItSem the Personnel BU-
p-u.
PIfty are craft positions aId 24
are in the classified and related
group.
The classified and related po-
sItons are in these claselflca-
tlons: clerk; accounting clerk;:
prtperpl and supply clerk; clerk-a
stenogflpher; clerk-typist; elee-
trical and mechanical engineer;
fe clerk: electrical construc-
tion Inspector: librarlan-catalo-
iguer; maine dispatcher trainee,
patrolpn: policeman: postal
clerk; locks security force ser-
geant; tabulating equipment op.
ration supervisor; and tabula-
tion phlMer.
The eaft positions are for:
boatbaNder; cablespUlicer; wood
and ltl carman: drill barge
eng n chlbe towboat engin-
fer; f.M erane steam engin-
eer; i entlineer. road
and 6 and conductor:; pipe-
Ine a dmedge foreman;
track reman; electrical matter
Maspeigrf mmhiinists. inside,


FOR RENT:-Ch.let ine isWI"
three bedrooms, three pordnes1
livingroom, dinuirroom, pantry
kitchen, maid's ret, garage, hot
wqfer, and so f&th. Fumi
Caoil 3-3380 Phnamei after
p.m.F R
FOR RINT

ALHAMlA APARiMINTS
Modern ruml-Wed muntumfwd aopoet
f-t off-ce 8 Igh W New
Cristobal. to
Vacation a rs , 4 oom
with tole ih" May Vl 1i
July 31,41 .ftlt to
responsib 4. it-C,
Pedro M Tel, 4-53-5.
FOR RENT.- apartment
livingroom, diN tmrT,
bathroom. No. 3th Street,
San Francisco. .ek. 2-1464, An-
con.
FOR RENT: Furnished l apartment
for one oa two cu Gorage
Government Jnipe tbrralqulitfa
642, San Francido Tel. -4418.
FOR RENT:-Vacation quarters -
from May 23 utH Sept. 15, in
Gatun. Coil 5- 0-4r informa-
tion.
FOR RENT:-Completely fum;t~
room apartment at Tivoli A .
10 opposite Ancon Post
Call Dogmar, phone ParnNlc
2-0170, Tivoll A. No. 6.


FOR RENT

FOR RENT:-Cool comfortable rooms
entirely renovated, now -available
for bachelor, ReiosonablW monthly
rates, porter service. hquire at
American Club. neo w hotel Tivoli.
FOR RENT:--Oi hiWlshed room,
Apt. A, Cac V ON1aminte No. 105.
Entrance next n Bakery.
FOR RENT:--NtdI:furnrthed, lare
clean cool rea, ft ll modem con-
venience and good neighborhood.
To respectable person. Peru Ave.
No. 65. Lower left


New Books
luenhoewer the Man and the
Symbol," by Jtn Gunther is one
of the new books placed in cirou-
lationi during te past week by
the Panai. Canal Library.
Tbe boot Upruents the man, his
craw anl td future prospeeta
#ad the tory behind his pheno-
apal rt~Me ftM lieutenant colon-
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GEO P. NOVEY. INC.
3T1 Central Ave. Tel. 3-6140

PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
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Aftttlr, Ferestal Products
t 1T. 1419 8-1660

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g ( kn e Walker and Lt. Sally Reynolds of South Bend Mrs. Nelson. with. apprprate A I
Nor) Beaudrot, who have Ind. and M Viceente Rosania. words. presented the gift. Liner
gty arrived on the Isthmus. officerselected to serfor the tise to vgap was extended to A" io lesn Auxillary coming year wete Mr. Jenny deve
Cdr. 7ed C. Roepke and Presents Aw Redmond. president; M! Billie 1poe
Sand Navy nurses The Elbert 8. Waid Unit No. 2 Crump. slt vice-preident; Mrs. In~e
wing, Lt. (g) American Legion Auxiliary, met Dollie Shuberg. ud ve-pre- at
t tepleford. Lt. (jg) 8o- at the-legton Hall In Old Cristo- .dentMrs. .Jeme.... .le. t,
and Lt. (jg) alde bal Wednesday evening. Several secretary-treasurer; 1e flat
e-k, who will leave In the awards of appreciation were pre- Gravatt, chaplain; Mrs. Clara road.
future to make their homes sented and election of officers Nelson, historian at d I Celia
1 8ate.. was held. Bush. sergeant-at-arms.
,b 'Mrs. C. D. Collas Was wel-
Capt. Chari-esC. Tanquel. corn- Mrs. Beatrice Fernandez, who corned as a new member.
ltnda officer of the Naval has been the Atlantic Side socie- Refreshments were served by
Ital, Mrn. Yanquel and all ty reporter for the Star and Her- Mrs. Dorothy Englebright and
UMbberS of the hospital staff ald for more than 20 years, was Mrs. Louise Griffont.
We invited guest as were Car. awarded a certifeiate for out-
Mrs. W. 0. Thompson. Cdr. standing service and co-opera- Joy Group Meeta
SMrs. Datid Henderson and tion in publicity. Mrs. Fernandez for Morning Ceffe
s. (g) and Mrs. William D. will leave the Isthmus May 2 to Mrs. Walter Watt4. Mrs. Percy
ay"e. reside in the United States. Mrs. A. Lawrence and MIs. Prank D.
--- Louise Griffon, publicity chair- Harris. all of GatMn, were hos-
Vache.n Given man, made the award, teases for a morninA coffee for
OW Mrs. Standola The Music Medal was present- members of th~ fJaoy4W at the
SMir. Gilbert Grimaldo. Mrs. ed to Miss Ann Flsher for excel- Gatun Union Church Wednesday
tbrilee Leon and Mrs. Jose Ma- lency in music and co-operation morning. A soel hour preceded
Vives entertained Jointly in the unit. Mrs. Grayce Gravatt. the business r etlng. at which
V10oeslay afternoon at the Ho- music chairman, presented the Mrs. F. A. Nehard presided.
1ta Washington with a bon voy- medaL
Ie hmeheon given for Mrs. Fe- A flag of the United States of Mrs. Floyd MeDermitt spoke
k staniola. America was presented to Troop to the group on the physical.
Other guests Included Mrs. 50, Girl Scouts of America, at mental and hpiritual growth of
mankind and illustrated her talk
with the beatU*/l shell of a
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Mrs. Freda Boydaton was a-
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NEW YORK April 25 (UP)-The Red Box eame from Purse: SSl s.ti-Pel m 12:465
behind yesterday to defeat the Yankees S-1 hi eleven In- First Race of the B? 9
Bmin at Boston and capture their nbtth victory in eleven i-Volador C. Ruts la8 ames to remain in second place in the Amerfan League. 2-Mrnda V. Ode 114il
t2-Miranda V. Ord6iez 11s
The Braves also came from behind -* to down the 3-Primor B. Agulrre 112 fei "-he to 74A
Gianta 6-3 in ten innings at the Polo Grounds In the Na- 4--Cafaveral J. Avila 120 the
tionsl League. All other American and National League 5-Tap Lady B. Moreno 112 ",i en e at ,l
jambs were either rained out or called off on account of 6--Arqulmeues H ees 117x je
celd weather. 7-Golden Babe illpsa 114 -- l
8-Danublo faro 117x.
Today the Dodgers play the With the Giants leading 3-0 n 9-El Mono J. BDea,. Jr. 116 The ia s chicken dinne
Giants at the Polo Grounds, the the eighth, the Braves tied the'PRIMOR races out of betting. Ho't f the chicken dinner, fifth el
Oardinals go to Pittsburgh, the score when Earl Torgeson blast- Hpp o ch team composed ram e
Rads to Chicago and the Phillies ed Giant pitcher Max Lanier for 2nd Race "F-2" )fttivoM-4 F ag. a tulFon ae rreft, aylngO r o ups -P lay "-
to Boston In National League a homer. In the tenth Braves' Purse: 275. eel Close are ng Group Pla t
games. ng Ina ea. Each team to be re-l&
35mes5. rookie Ed Mathews hit a two-run second Race iof the tables bng ne s Each team to be rep .Deb
In the American League, the double and scored on Jack Cu- -trike Three C. Mrell lx e by one man In each
hit x meet the Indiansl at sick's fly. 2-Don Arce]o J Brave 120 t each hole, low
ah-e-Duque C. Rula 114men next low 2 polie, ;
Washington and the Red Box to --Ch Lpeado) j. Baesa, Jr 120 ment ts; next low 2 point
afldelphisa in the only games 5-- Golden oind) L. Braveo 113 to aU ib t me in event o t a
th eduled. Ml L Pefa 115x member o t k top men will divide 6
In the Red Sox victory over 7--S !$, Puldo 117 Detetat, i ,f ttwo low men dlvide ar3 het wom
Yakee7-81rena B. Pulido 117 two low men divide
Whe Yankees. rookiesset the ^^^ Golden Fen A. Visquez 114x Den? :P-i.Ttim with largest um- -----
pace. Sammy White, a young 8- -oldn tan A. V tue llx a' at the end of the
catcher, hit his first blr league 3rd Race "I- Ii-frted-4% Frs fice, m r match eats chicken and
homer in the fifth after the APurse: $ T75.0 los1: Rel t A. The two teams with th
ankees took an early 2-0 lead WKOe-Tw son1 nbr of points eats
against lefty Mary McDer- I interlude A. V uez 11ix Sad a.letly and without comn-
Afflpt In "the dtih hersin- ,I -Interlude A,.o ,,,. ,,, oiIsthmi
ott. I the eleventh h sn 2-Alandro Pltdo 115 wil n
ed off reliever Bob Kusava to 3tCale deer L. Bravo 1 m ump o
nark the wing rally.. 4 ullab Bravo 120 to your team captain and lsgti
ak h4--Tully Saba O. Bravo 120 O- u.
Dbom DIMagglo singled and 3 5-Tupac R. Vsquez 114 The Odd* i up.
rookie Jim Plersall walked to load 5 upa the Public Work d B and TEAM CAPTAINS l
the bases and Billy Goodman 4th Race "G" Natives 2 Fgs Fiscal Departa to It 1-hole L 8. Presley, Supply & Fiecal
then walked to force in the de- Purse: SSe .N -- Pool Closes 2:0 golf match usatt the following Deirtment.
crding tally. G Pel Cl condition: A. EK person, Public Works
Rookie Ivan Delock, pitching 1-Redondita J. Bravo 110 D ta LDe n .re
the top of the eleventh, got into 2 -Pens-dor A, VAsque 104x Tim-e-x e-i. Henry. Odds and Endr. T
trouble but gained his first major 3-BoO Q. Ramos 105x P iClub. e only expense connected ow
league decision by nailing Hank 4-Piropo E. Dario 103 a s this match will be your cad-
Bauer on a short fly and striking *5- Malays A. Mena 114 chenr lla yee, your lost balls and the0
t Mickey Mantle-both with -Liberino C. Ilesias 108 Golf l n dy er paying for thedinnr
the bases loaded. 7I-Fion B. Pulldo 111 the mtah. ,wlh will run approximately $8
t Ed.IM te RREDONDITA races out of bet- Loer -The two loln4 _am u or ess. i yeatet

Outboard Motor"rse: $ l Cl

cesaamoa Defeats CAA 5-2
Whsenant, If 0 e 0~ 0 0 0 0 -Polvnue Road) B. Phllps o120 .oe
SMarshall, r 2 0 1 1 0-Poloao) B. Pulido 112 A.
A irrnW Daniels, rf. . 1 2 1 1 0 0 Gth Race oW Imported-l' 'Miles Philippine Rattan- AB R E icksone
T oVirV U I P .a Cooper, .. 4 0 2 1 1 1 Parse: 4.- PoolCloses 3:35 PACIC SOFBALL LAGUE Juy,2b........ 0 1 Farin,
aHartsfeld 0 1 0 0 0 0 First Race of the Doubles BTANOSy ( SIllSt. Claire, c . 0 0 0 2 0 0 1-Alto Alegre A. FernAndez 120 Flemen'G InSer.... 13 2 .87 Nichols, c 0 0 0.00
rThe Gambo Golf Club will Mhews,3b 3 0 2 0 2 0 2-a J. Rodriguez 112 Pa LkMid ......10S .7 Oanla, p . 3 1 2 0 otal .
playhostto theCanal ZoneOut- Cusick, as. 4 0 0 3 3 0 3-Pleon R. Vsque 1142 Ek .............. n4 'Ito, lb. 3 A0 0 0
berd Racing Association tomor- 8ahn, p. . 2 0 0 0 10 4-Cipayo B. Agulrre 115 hippla lRatta. 4 11 27 Engelke, H., a 2 1 1 0 TWi
row. balistlr. . a.s o 0 0 0 0 B5-r.fatar t V. Ord6fez 115 CAA ............. 3 13 .1Newhouse,cf... .2 0 0 illarre
Rac willb as sfolows: Bdette, .2 0 0 0 1 0 6-Silver Domino B. Pullo 1au Medin ger 3b. 3 1 1 1A. Titu, c
t, ClasMhp; second, Class 7-D.D.T. L. Bravo 117 Y TDA ESULT Fraser. f.3. 0 0 1 ,
A, 7 hp; third, Class B, 10hp; Totals . 7 6 9 3 13 2 10 rhi" Ita ACAA L Smith, ., rf 311 0 V
fftrth, Class C. 22hp. The fi h New York- AB R PO A E 7th Race 'H' Importe"d-1" MtWA Ai h R- 0. Morefto,
S coafttet w beats except Lockman, lb. 5 0 1 1200 lird a ee t the uls INANDAIY' Al' i r I ~ C.M 0 U b.
S open cla w h only one Thomson, 3b. .4 1 2 0 4 0 i-Vahplreas A AlAaro 120 S .SS. os A Ph ielAsB ta 0W*- ,.
Te ill tt, 2 ,.. 0 2 2 2 0 .-tPht rd)rene 11i TUiESB.t GAME (PtA) C A 1 0001-2
rew s be abarbl ue d in- cDerin ... 0 0 0 -Dura R. V Iiudes 11l Firemen's Uaem vs. Philp- you wat to haV m and
zqrd ats tei Wambon Goor Mays. . 4 0 1 0 0 0 4--Lnjo 0. Chanis 10? pise Rattan. hielipumart 10',e 1.*
ub dr $1 per plate. There also Mueller,.. .4 0 0 9 0 0 5-Prestigio C. Rule 120 .u ae.. A, t s 6 .
VV be food and..refreshments atDark, as . . 4 1 2 1 1 0 Y yesterday Bob Lawyer's Phil- a i.:0 .,m. at TSe- a,-.
the race course for the conven- Westrum, c. .. 3 0 1 5 0 1 th Race "'t I spoed-% Fs. Ippine Rattn team bested Ed melhan Logi'e bat PottA m1. re a "
omlfe of the public. Lanier, p. . 3 0 1 0 3 0 Purse: $500.0-- P Cloes 4:4 Tackett's Civil Aeronauticsa qud ad or. d Taett. is in charge of Madta, WM
The races will start at1:30 p.. Koslop . 1 0 0 0 0 0 qulatela 5 to 2. the affair and promises an. in-. Baixter, O
SSpencer, p 0. .. 0 0 0 0 0 1-Miniscula B. Pulldo 115 Bobby G aus was credited with teresting program, including a Runs--Gi.d
-i--- .... --- -- t -----------2-MonUeito V. Ord6f.ez li the win. Ted Jordan was charg- nice door price. 3"j.,
Totals 37 3 10 30 13 1 3-Turf Lodge J. Rodrigue 115 ed with th Tickets are available front any W ?"S
Aet Frst Win on O.... 108 3- 5--Pamphlet J-.- avo 112 7 to 6, bu t past couldn't connect dot ecreta-eaurt Lou5,rant
34LW IT it EA New York 200 100 N0 -- 6-Coragglo 0. Bravo 120 at stratec miments. Baker or Official trrLarrylII 5-,"
aRan for Cooper In 10th; 0bH t 7-Pincel 0. Chant 108 Gordon Smith smacked a hom- Newman ati $14er couple. t Jones,
CiNAL ZONE LITTLE LEAGUE into double play for Spahn in er in the second Inning with one Don't worry about being dress- lette, MuOeN
CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES 7th; cRan for Ellott in 10th. RBI 9th Raee '1-2- Imported-4% Pf mate on base. for. d Tackett says you will 1:30.
The Standings -Thomson. Elliott, Lanle, Torg- Purse: 75.00 Pool Close. 5:1- The box score: be admitted asliong as you have
TEAM- Won Lost #et. eson, Cooper 2, Mathews 2, Cu- One-Two CAA- AB R H T ticket and have necessary C.L.M.
Armed Forces .. .. 1 0 1.00 sick. 23-M marshall, Lanier Dan- i-Hit C. Ruiz 115 Maleen, Sb 2 1 1 cloth m teo etthe minimum
lfic Side.. .. ..1 0 1.0 lels, Matbews. SB-Thomson. HR 2-Nijinsky E, Alfaro 112x Hobart, cf.3 0 0 0 iree nts a tthe law.
*tIantle Side. 0 .. .. 2 .0 -Torgeson. S-Reed, Westrua 3-Jepperin J. ae, 116 Clayton, cf 1 0 0 0 reiU
DP-Williams. Dar and Lock-4-Canajagua V. Ordfez 116 Silva,2b .. 3 0 1
All-Stars meet the Armed Forces Williams and Locanman. Left- $-La Chata J. Avil119 cox, if. 4 0 g m Lo
I-Stars in another game of the Boston 10, New York 10. BB- Poloma, rf.. 4 0 0 0
Feand-robin tournament for the Spahn 3, Burdette 1, Lanler 5, Ioth Race 1-2 Imperil-4% FPom*o f.4 c 2 0 0 J 3e,.2ie f l5Miranda TH
Canal Zone 1952 Little League Koslo 3. SO-Burdette 2, Lanier Parse: 5275.00 Pool Closes 5:0 olson, l b. 2 0 1 3.-D. Aoe Golden Fan TEAM-
albamplonship tomorrow at 2 p.m. 1. Koslo 1. HO-S n 8 In 6, -Mariscalito A. Mena 12 ,.a 2 0 1 Tapac St. Mes. .
at L the Margarita Little League Burdette 2 n 4, Lanier7 in 7 2-3; 2-El Radcha V. Orafes 120 2 1 1 0 'b n St. .
Park. Koslo 2 In 11-3, Spencer 0 in 1. R 3-Navajo Trail C. ChiteM lax oran ** .. (.) "Carmel& 11 SIs aimt.
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jeg of these two teams in the Koalo 3-3. HBP-Burd ett 5--Breee Bound B. Moren 12 Tot ** P tle St.
rls. The Armed Forces won the IDark). WP-Spah n, Lanle MtRth e
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dise bowed to the Pacific riders Koslo (0-11. U--Gore, Stewart, Purse: 325.00 3-Mr. aptnpsa L Bravo 120 Bree Bound two IMOtA
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PAse: 650.00 Podl eoses: 2:55 p. m.
1. RENDEGUZ) .......... V.Casle (1) 115
2. SIPERS'TI XOSA) ....... A. Men (5) 112
A NEWINSTER ......... J. ruv (2) 120
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t as been learned that the attitude He
contaminated victims from an
atomic area would cause Illness
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had received' only a slight dose
ofrditlonl. --WASHINGTOI, April 25 1UP) Idical aid better
announcement w d I President T u man accused training fe i3Am lbnpots,-

final t ntro e n oa toward v defense and of starv- "We need E fte things and
ftaf to orntao and technala ing the am to a point which we need them t ore we can ,
Ze comarietechnica leopardfnlonal security. begin to' Mily secure .. ,
s. ta cems pror My to.Operation He wat t helharge, in send- about the ...f thb Unite. B
Previously. was planned to Inc to p. a elvil eense States ea we
loada n ersonhaspas-eport ih that not one have the ino- deense of
sible Into vehicles and haul i nited 3tates city ba which help
them* to decontamination sta- made dateae preparations unprofitat Wae and thus AirlM
tiosIn rear aea for an eanfte attack. sup ports ear) ftA for peace." thla B1.
Here the would undergo re- He said many factors are n-usasserted that lpMe s
....A.." ol bt Congresshares
*S mevial of c othing. bathing and av bl v"a bu t Cne shares

Oglesby's finditgs' pointed out fense program 'as been starved

;.expose each one to the radio in January. 19t, lawmakers 1" 1..os . .
logijwHcal emanations of the lth- appeadto tre s i
he has asked for the program Fre u" greatest .
Thus. if 20 contamlnees, each next year. -- o -- ._ *
tufferino 15 roentgens (pro- The report shows some pro- to
Nounced ren-kins-a term used gremw, Mr. Truman said, but not WAI- _O .AD 25 (VP) t-'-IorI
to express unit of radiation enough that "we can begin to -.-4 d emtN ars of the u.S. . Th .go.
osaee) contamination, are con- feet reasonably secure about the HXose of ItbrMentatives report p
cdtrated together, their corn- defense of the United States." today the am ttit =%f td contamination would e- "These shortcomings are a mat- toitc blast h Nevada melted the .
M00 roentgens, or just 20 ter of grave national concern," desert msads ow r a radius of 500 .
tlftos the amount suffered by h6 said. yards from gra d zero. gr Lb
eah person. The Chiet-Eeitvme said the 'ItOe" amtd the heat generated 0. .
r fnerily, a dosage of 15 atSIO nee$ maUa8s of ,civil- by the test exB~Ialon Tuesday UhI, i4 etm t fho the
'S restens would be very sightlan defNS W 6.1lteei., morse M wa nt in te sagebrush was A
A d could be handled without b l* hUMfMt, treaw, set A- tie thr(r miles away from ri
S as or death, the point dkeetly under thi .2,,.',- i - 2.
"a mnpleddoRatg ,-e men ogeth- ,M, Prce. a ro --- i.."W ir
67W each one receivin the. It' Gm -I Be Murder bursting atomic bomb.
Ned doage every person FromiTb ChicalA Rat Bl.Me rcameerofp
wr o-d likely become ill, and the int CMnrealonal At.S. is...
&wO'lod probably die. CRICAGO, April 285 (LT). Coth Site ~o n onofS toag flif rk v
As fat as could be determined -tn or sto be 'Cea & C ois o se eand one of theS tei Red. .
r eM Mrenmers %fo watched the",
ty te master Control Center, datemsted three ehillenV a L* TYucca Plat nplotlon fronm the 114Iso
t.adtcovery made by Oglesby the efty hag agreed isoere&& neck of a hig stench. thuee and aW
Shs staff Is not included t e tof lit t&la[- a hae t tr te thre aW m
UIMfor ato, or Instructionsm ee a .halt m im rom the target, s a t ,_M. .
w ill ary or civil de- Maiyor Martin Ke-nlly 0 aIR IUt
tio Mn aeve rsa BiBSenewIn ot'lsae" mane *as butied to -'
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bomb weaid be a tIghly offeeweI 1 Itt h e SIX a A ,.
weatsion against any vAad attelt gtels-tErliax
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thined and repul*e.
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mlaeht be mrofita lv Ow InRe-
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