The Panama American

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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:
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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01517

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COLON OPPFFICE. 1 17 CENTRAL AVENUP rEWItN 12TH AND t13N STNEET.
PORTION nREPNIENTATIVWe JOSHUA P POWERS. INC.
348 MAn'iON AVI. NEW YORKR 17T N V
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POR SIX MONTHS.. IN AOVAI4 -- 0 1
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RUARK RE-RUNS
EDfIOR'S NOTE: We had expected to resume the re-
.la r Rbert C. Ruark column this month, but commaaln-
eatloas into the depths of Africa, where Ruark stilt is,
*Ave been unavailing. So we are publishing selections
hon his file of previously published releases.


Headpiece

NEW YORK.-I was buying a hat the other day, for the dog
to eat, and it suddenly occurred that very few men can wear on
well. As if they were wearing it on purpose, I mean.
Most people, especially important people, seem to have been
smitten on the head by a swatch of vagrant felt.
Harry Truman wouldn't appoint John L Lewis to be a dog
catcher, he said, but they wear their hats exactly alike. Too
small, tipped over the eyes, and too high In back. Very countrifW-
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President Roosevelt, Bill O'Dwyer and Bernard Baruch all
shared the same I started to say hatitude, but will kill myself
first which is with the brim shoved up in front, off the face,
while the hat itself seems startled to be on a head.
All these men were meticulous dressers. FDR even went so
far as to effect a cape, but they were all bumpkins in the head-
piece department. Except silk hats, of course, in which all hu-
man beings look the same. Like sweeps emerging from chimneys.
The homburg, I suspect, is the hardest of all hats to wear
nattily, unless it be the derby.
Anthony Eden and the Duke of Windsor look fairly comfort-
able in homburgs and bowlers, but these high Wsocietye cMsts do
not seem to be tailored to the average American skull.'-
Along the same lines Winston Churchill could never be mis-
taken for a Texan when he puts on his broad-brimmed beaver.
I suspect the two greatest hat-men we ever produced were
the late Jimmy Walker and 0. 0. McIntyre. Both wore the same
kind of Jaunty lids, swooped up on one side and turned rakishly
down on the other. Both looked naked without hats, as the aver-
age men would feel chilly without pants.
For several years now I have been trying to housebreak my
head to the hat habit, and get nowhere. I bought a porkpie,
once, after an overdose of Esquire, and was roundly booed by
strangers on the public streets. A recent stab at a homburg
brought the house down, and that very night the dogs ate it as a
gesture of contempt.
I have the kind of face that is too fat for a snap brim, too
bony for a homburg, too big for a narrow brim and too small for
a wide one. I seem to look as silly in a sombrero as Clifton Webb
in a Sherlock Holmes deer-stalker.
We had three hundred and fifty thousand officers in the
Navy and all looked at home in the ten-pound braid job except t
you know who. I merely appeared to be impersonating an officer, n
which is not too inaccurate an estimate, at that. I
I hate hats, and the hats know it, and hate me right back, f
just as horses automatically despise me.
Hats lose me. At one time or another I have been deserted r
by a hat in every major city in every major country in the world. t
One minute I have a hat; the next minute it has blown overboard r
or simply run away. f
Dogs who have never known the gastronomic delight of a
succulent fur-felt generally indulge their illogical cravings on i2
something of mine, priced about $20. o
I have read much of the men who wear battered old lids that t
they prize above their families' affection. I would not know of I
this tender emotion. No hat I ever bought was in my possession n
a full year. Nor have I ever understood the ritish slang term
"old hat." To me all hats are new until something gets them. $
Having tried all shapes, colors and sizes, to small success, I
have a fresh plan fot fa&, I am buying an old-ashitAl pk
bonnet. t
This bonnet will We Am -a1rilety, such, as tilkmnaldO
wear. It will tie under th fl, ad wmi cover the ears that
batwise from under the lid of a normal hat. It will laundc$r *1.4
ly, and will be impregnated with dog repellent starch,
Call me eccentric if you will, but my hair is too hlno
stand the buffets of winter winds, and this seems to be theo1ly
answer.
A bonnet will look no sillier on a man than the avere 0 e
special number on a lady, and in final analysis, what I l 0 t
say about a bonnet is that it is such a fine thing to keep at'bee c
in, another crime of which I am often accused.


"EL COLOMBIANO"

LISBON MADRID PARIS


KINGSTON MIAMI

NEW YORK
Regular service between
COLOMBIA PANAMA

ECUADOR
General Agents for
PANAMA
PAN-AMERICAN WORLD
AIRWAYS
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Farm Prices


Hottest Issue


For President

BY BRUCS ItPSAT
At the moment- the,^ecline
in farm prices is just ab ut the
hottest issue confr=tW L the
Eisenhower admini~apa By
their steady clamor Con-
gress, both Republican and
Democrats 'have shown thev
appreciate its pltical Potency
for 1904 and 1W0.i
For the record 'it, augt to
be made clear that t4 side
began long before PrXtent
i.dsenhower took over. He'Im-
ply inherits the prolIem' and
must decide what to d. about
Sit..
Both the President andi Sec-
retary- o t Agriculture snaenw
obviously intend W tiberve
strictly the law prldalt price
supports for basic o oddities
until December, 1W.*
What they wa qt beyond
that is a new t which, la
the President's. w6n words.
will represent the thinking
not only of fatmen but of
consuming American who
must foot th groeery bills.
This is not an easy order. The
farmer deserve protection
against What Mr. i-senhower
calls the special difficulties of
his industry-the factor b he-
yond his control.
These include the vagaries of
weather and. the unpredictable
ups-and-downs of the market.
Producing corn or wheat
is not like making nuts and
bolts. If the market for the
latter diminished, you can
shut off produoiel or reduce
it. But land On* seeded to i
a particular crop can't pra- ,
tically or profitably be turn-
ed to other use la mid-sea-
son.
On the other hand, the far-
a.er's protection $S9uld not be
of such character as to en-
courage him to produce un-
wanted sUrplums .(by the lure
of high support prices).
A support law; that operates
hus will at Once price the far-
mer out of the market and
cave him producing ultimately
for the government alone.
in this conneco n, theit
meaning of protection ought m
o be made clearer. There sla
no au t batc virtue for the
armer In a-high price. M
Thbe aim'O the government a
s to a.alrwr i his fair share m
of the ftaop income, rle.
ive to other producing groups. f
t he gets bh f ,,should not
hatter whete tW price of o
that is 4 shell orw
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s0tee they never
t &any wer. u this
vwe the consumer is did-
S to see.
oretary Benson probably
lted in stressing the notion
hat the farmer should have
nly "disaster, insurance."
The word "disaster" is inevi-
ably construed too narrowly
o cover all the difficulties
against which the farmer can
legitimately ask protection.
But his and the President's
general objective is good: To
afeguard both the farmer and
he consumer, and, as much
s possible, to keep the farm
structure free of federal in-
erference and subject to the
lay of natural market forces
which will lead to the output
f the kinds and amounts of
arm products we dieed and
ur friends abroad need from
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WASHINGTON.-In all my wanderings around and go out on the street, checking on those who
his town I've never heard a Coigressman, no had applied for jobs at the department.
matter how licensed, tell a bureaucrat to his Matson, a gray-templed s. who seem. to be
ice that he was stupid. something o a humnb figured his
Not until the otSer ay,, that Is when Sen. Joe was a demotion becau l d to thq Seh-
LcCarthy, te ,in tor, took off ators. IW oomplalned to owl ,,,
ter one of' h bon cops. McCarthy called both i and Ford to ex-
"I think M kin s cam Il ncompetdnt plain. Boykin, an Alabaman with an accent to
hold his ob," bm. shaking his match, said he thoroughly coneurred in ch -
nger at Samuel D. tBkin, oof the Ma d not
ee of Secuprity AfNalre. ueu ykln, Tic! i otu
I15 yearsof invelatiga h i be dipl6 t V r1u -
as so startled his eyes The ilalb-of thrbdread W" non-
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dozen to faring
their a ,d before t
ho ul again Boyki.
had pul and asted out.
What brought on this unprecedented insult of
a high government official' make a tale that is
bard to believe, even in W0shington:
About a week ago J E. Matsonu pe
Boykin's underlings, tas under Iaqps-n
before McCarthy's elnvOing ommttee that
the State Department's secret file room was so
public almost anybody in the ple could stroll
in and filch confidential document
Then Matson went back to.work, Boykin bawl-
ed him out at length, not (h6, but twice, Matson
testified.
Then his supervisor, a y, U man named John
W. Ford, told Matson t-i ll YIuht he was doing


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FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) A
mn-ager arrested at the Little
own Jug was taken by police WASHINGTON-(NEA) plans
another "Jug" where he blam-1 ding the reconvened unid Nations I
his predicament on his own .Issembly meeting in N 'rk at the
March.
It is felt in Wat WA month
sion will serve to tem
-the nine items of un.
from the first part of tmee
tw-fall, plus a cou of new y to t
ed. They are ualsan sha* a a
Tunisian-Moroccan quesl&.
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and dynamic proposals .'.to the
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March, 2. Constitution day'
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I IN HOLLYWOOD SIDE GLANCES By
BTY ERSKINE JOHNSON '
NRA Staff Correspondent U I
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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Be- the studio's Rita Hayworth starr- I -
hind the Screen: Movie-makers er, "Gilda." was the story of her A
who seldom think alike on any- own life.
thine now can't even agree on Joan Crawford offered to do; "
wha future motion pictures will anything short of scrubbing the
look like in the year's biggest me- sound stages to snag the role of t
lodfama, "Come Back, Little Lost the officer's wife in "From Here
4Audience." to Eternity," ut the studio, she, U
It's the biggest headache of all admits, decided she was a couple 1 /
time for the Hollywood produc- of years too old for the part.
tion companies and the greatest ----- ,
erisis faeed by theater owners Eye-opener: A London hit is
alce the big popcorn shortage of "The general a Buster Keaton :
1931. film oldie of 1927 vintage. e
!Three new and distinctly dif- -d "n
ferent film "heroes" have been Dale Robertson draws one of '.
!developed to rescue the fair hero- the leads in "Three Young Tex-
ine-the movies-from the mad ans" at Fox. -
monster of the air channels, tel- 4 --. t
vision. Betsy Wynn Is recuperating
One is three-dimensional mov- from that hospital siege at her
les viewed on normal sized Malibu apartment and listening
reens through polarized flass- to Keenan Wynn's pleas to re- -
Another as Cinerama, shown marry her.
by three projectors on a wide,
urved screen which gives the 11- David Lee, the original "Sonny
fusion of depth without glasses. Boy" of the early Al Jolson films, *'
The third is CinemaScope, an- whom Jack Owens brought out
other curved-screen idea not re- of a 25-year retirement recently,
quiring spectacles that gives the is preparing a night-club act. He
3-D illusion via sound that moves wll sing songs Jolson made pop- i
across screens twice normal size. ular through the years.
Which will win out in the race ---_ I.
Oor popular appeal? iGracle Allen: "My husband,
Who will get the heroine and will never show interest in an- .
will they live happily ever after? other lady. He's too fine, too de- a-3 ',
At the moment no one knows cent-too old."
and theater owners are in a pan-
ic. Should they buy polarized Bette Davis, about a murderous lQWu.byWmWA .niss a
glasses or big screens or just sell impersonation of her by Arthur l Iarned something in lgebra clas today, Mom-your
out to the super-markets? Blake:""I learned .enthin.In algebra elanstoday, t&
Paramount, Warners, RKO, "He kills me-which can be in- friend Mrs. Jones bought a wig downtown Saturday
'Columbia, MOM and U-I have 3- terpreted any way you like."
D films on their production
schedules. But Fox says it will
make all of its products in Cine- Bottleneck
mascope. BUFFALO. N. Y. (UP) John J. A 9
BET ON CINERAMA Barrett of suburban Kenmore
BI ON ,found a marble inside a pop bot-
L. B. Mayer and Merian Ctle that was larger than the bot-
cooper, meanwhile, are betting ne' .e
on Cinerama.
*The men with the system that
the public and theater owners
acceptt are due to collect the blue
hips. The mad scramble is on
and apparently only 3-Darn
things are certain:
1) Movies will not be flat, as
you've always known them.
2) Trey'll still be selling pop-
'corn in the lobby.
3) Marilyn Monroe will look
gRood in any dimension.
But the confusion is colossal.
redicts George Jessel:
"I predict that one year from
now the studios will be making
nothing but glasses."
Craig Stevens is saying that
'it's not a cliche thing"-what-
ever that means-about the ob- By Appointment
Itacles that are in the way of a 1 B Gin Distillers
reconciliation for him and Alexis to the late King George VI
Smith.... Fiery Katy Jurado, the
"High Noon" dazzler, just broke
her engagement to Mexican mov-
ie idol Antonio Aguilar.... Mario
lanza's quaking in his boots over
another lawsuit that's about to
e hurled at him. Front-page
Isuff!
41LZS AND PITCHES .
e. grapuo the wiper is that
.iwmn O'Connor wanted a role
hubby Donald O'Connor's
Walking My Baby Back Home"
nd flew the love nest when she
didn't get it. Ringsiders at Mo-Pi
cambo, by. the way, did a gasp
when Donald and Lana Turner .
danced a wicked rhumba at the
night spot. Maybe Gwerin. who
was looking on, gasped, .too.
SShimmy queen Gilda Gray has Distributors:
transferred her legal action a-
hainst Columbia pictures from
fe Colorado to the Los Angeles 1A- YO S
,courts, and hearings are slated at .
*the end of February. Gilda's su- PANAMA
g for $1,000,000 on grounds that COLON

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Aluminum whistling tea kettle.. 1. S
6-cup percolators .............. 1.5 IAk
6-qup drip-o-lators ...........2.50
Double boilers ..r.***.e ***.... 1.95


Bedroom rugs, 3x60 .............
Iceoream scoops ..................
Plastic water pitchers.............
MIR O cook books, 1,000 recilpa...
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Hurley;Mr. ad Mrs. Erl Ja-
ret; Mr. 1nd Mrs. Chutaf A.
Jo- M ; and M. and Mr.
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s Mrs. FPatl Kenworthy;
Mr. 'ad Mrs.,Walter'nowlton;
Mr. and Mrs. '-Iward W. Latus;
Mr.aod Mrs. A. Leichtman;
r.rid Mrs. A. i. Levitt;
Irene Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. Sam-
uel atel; Mr. and-Mr William
McCrudden; Chester Merryfield;
Lena 0. Miner;. otrge 3. Mor-
rim; Mr. and Mrs. 8.-. Morse;
Mr. and Mrs. Irvi eMuMonto;
Mr. and Mrs. .,w. O Leary;
and Mr. and Mrs. Paul back.
Mrs.-John Patria]: Mr. and
Mrs. Blame P',Pen; Oscar
Peterson; Ofamad Mr. w A.
Pick; Anna. F. Pitt!l Smly A.
Porter; Mr. and M. Roger D.
Prouer; Mr. and Mrs. Lytteton
Purnell Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius
Roeloffe; Mr. and Mrs. Nat
Rolfe; Mr. and Mrs. amea Ru-
derman; and Mr. and Mrs. Abe
Schlesinger.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schwarz-
kopf; Mr. and Mrs. J. Sencer;
Mr. and Mrs. EdWdrd L. Shu-
Mrs. Harrison F. Starn: Beatrice
Steinbau; Rose atriuss; Joyce
Storm; Mr. and Mrs. imerson E.
Summers; Doris Trutte; Rosa
Trutte; Helen M. Twohig; Kath-
ryn Watts; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Weinstein; Mabel William son
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wonderly
and son; and Mrs. Lloyd E.
Wurster.

Short Section
Of Mindi Street
Renamed Bayano -
The short section of Mindi
Street between Ancon Boulevard
and Roosevelt Avenue has- been
renamed Bayano Street.
street name has been
to avoid confusion with
ia section oft Mindi Street.
Roosevelt Avenue was
buflt. Mindi Street was cut in two
parts and both sections have
slme been known by the same
name.
The section of the old street
from its intersection with Zbhio
Place to its junction with Roosee
velt Avenue near the gasoline
service station in Balboa will
continue to bear the name of
Mindi Street.
PAT FOR RIDING
Passengers pay more than a
billion and a Quarter dollars
annua U to ride the public oOn-
veyanees of American utban
transit system.
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Modern Bronze Chairs ...............fromI 18.
O asStoves (4 burners) ..............from 55.

and MANY OTHER BARGAINS in both
new and used furniture. s .

and REMEMBER...
1. ANY ARTICLE IS YOURS FOR ONLY A SMALL
DOWN PAYMENT.
2. YOU HAVE UP TO 10 MONTHS TO PAY.



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Open every day from 8 a.m. to 1I noon and 2 to 6 p.m.
and Saturdays OPEN ALL DAY.
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RAND NEW FURNITURE
Strand Rattan Living Room Suite with
all spring cushions (4 pieces) .......... 275.0
hogany dining table with extemion
leaf and 4 chairs ................... 98.
thogay China Closets (Modem design) .. 75.
ihogany Wardrobes (Modem design) .... 125.00
hogany Hollywood beds with coll springs 57.0
hogany Rattan and Native Plywood
hogany Rattan and Native Plywood (EApav6)
coffee and End Tables ...........few f7M
dern Fiber Olass Chairs (Herman Miller)
designed by Charles Eames ........... 39.50

CONDITIONED FURNITURE
ing Room Sets ..................from 5.00
ing Room Table and 4 chairs ...... fromM t.0
a-beds reupholsterede) .........from 10.00
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Contrl Avenu* K Stt cone.
Telephone 2-3479. Pahamsn
AQUARISTS: New Tropical and
Gold Fishes, aquarium books, sup-
plies and Bulk Fish Food. Acorlo
Tropical, opp. Juan FMnc *Ste",
beslde Drive-in. Phone 3-4132.


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Clam, cobin 8.4.00 a coupl.
DoneC music by CsiJno Acea.
Stay at Hotel Pen Americano in cool
Sbautiful El Vall.
Willier" Sento Clero Beh col-
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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Households AutomoeM
FOR SALE:--Oe'i7 ft, and one 11 IFOR SALE--1 52 HlIeO HeN~t 4-
ft. 25 cycle refrigerator, both doge n, Iitble,we

FOR SALE:-Diningroom set, dresser; end drive it wey. Your friedly
and mirror, Desk with chair. Tel. Fod Dealer,
Malboa 1964. COLPAN MOTOft INC.
FOR SALE:-Bamboo porch set, liv- On Automobile Raw.
ingroom set mahogany end tables Teab: 2-103 2.101- -
etc. Phone 198 Colon, 8th. St. FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Club C oupe
9091. with radio. Call Ponama 3-3912
FOR SALE: Mahogany table, 6 or 3-2445.
chairs for living or diningroom. FOR SAL:-- 195 d Caesttt 4-
May be seen at Cowes or call 2- door seen VS, brand m n lot
3381, between 5 and 7. job, brand Aew t 0e, Mele,
FOR SALE: Furniture for living, egood tires, this ear is a stel ely
diningand bedrooms. Refrigertor 496.00d and it' ye". Your
and gas stove. Must go Immedia- Friendly PodJJ is eWM,
tely. Ill Manuel J. Hurtado, Lo OLANM O RS, IN
Cresta. Even if not inteersted in Te:O 2 05i3 2r ROW.
furniture, come on up. Floor show Tell: 2-1033 2-103
at 6 and 8. FOR SALE:-1951 Dodge unbroken,
--i-
FOR SALE-25 cycle efrigertor excellentcondition. Phne 4-567.
$100.00. Moytoag washin ma- House 120, Pedro Miguel. (
chine, $100.00. Both in good con- FOR SAtL-I99 Ferd Club Cou$e
dition. 417 Portobello St. Ancon. VS, new plint ejob, new seet e va,
.FOR SALE.-8 piece bamboo living- good tires. Come in and ask for
room set, 8 tube Zenith radio 25 deme strae", OWy $135,00 dew*
& 60 cycles. New home portable and It's yous. Your flendlMy Fordi
sewing machine 25 and 60 cycle, deler
steedcesk, typewriter and table, OLPAN MOTOI .
14 in. foan 25 cycle, 400 day tOn Authliet, ."
clock, patio lamps, desk lamp, Telst 2-10lM wiHtE "
mahogany bookshelves, mirrors, FOR SALE:-1941 Oidciwbile, n Hy:A
Iamps, 'dishes, too sat, glassware, drorotic, 2 new tiro, goed bhot.
pictures, knickknacks.. House u0310 try, good transpOrteto. 1'er in-
Cable Heights, Ancon. formation coll Panome 3-0778,
OIR SALE:-Sixty Cycle G. E. port. anytime. I
9ble. dishwasher used one year, FOR SALE-1949 Merpe 4-odr
E. Rooster Oven, 60 Cycle, re- edelb, brnd new Iait ie. set
cord player portable, 7 ft. plastic Zeel;, good tie, a $410.00
Wading Pool I high choir, play- down, ths cari e on eieHel abuy.
pen bby carroiagQ, 10 60 cycle, yWf, 1ee '.
Tortw s. For, I14t 2-B, Los Cru- COAN MOTOS. F
ce. Box 2-2538. On Aueemebe Rew. .-:'
FOI11LALE4 --. 25 Cce porcelain- TeOW '9461 *13-9
finh 'refrigerator in superior con- FOR SALE: 195,1 N11 hgWrfibler
action. $75.00. Crlstobol 3-2916. Country Club model. Excellent
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Frigidaire re- condition. Radio, overdrive. OWar-
frigerefor, 5,50.00. Call Balboo terms 61, Albrook. Phone 86-3209.
2474, house 789-D, Tornaovilla, pOR SALi:-1951 Ferd Victerie VS,
Balboa. light mren body, blmsek I
Fd SALE-Furno.uie. Leaving coun- Nie. this @or Ti e" H'y
* J-N..4 ,. 45th Street, Belo V- o0 # ,-d ftPee


Rock Gas Refrigenftors and.Stws.
Bring your linens. Ph"on Daor's
2-0170.

FOR RENT
Houses
No. 8, EREN T: ...
rooms, atle* l d~i
Sorem, pr 2 ,1 thr.0 n ,


nished. Two bfedroa
Please cal: 2.2344L
.FOR -RENTI% Z
apartment with k
4th.. St. 7040, CoN
FOR RENT: -- Nic


on beautifully lanedcaped ;
let. Inquitre on. lpremiedl
February 27th, Tuesday .
I 0th "CaesoFzx." BOsrain.
;FOR -SALE OR lbCHAr~^ S
1 ties in tago"aColombaef ^
for h6use oa store in PanpmM f
cattle or coHffee forn 1n Lr.
terior. Agendas Thomas;
Avenue, No. 259,.te n
1069, Panama.


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NQ. Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-a291. and

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 3-0441


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Granucci. hair styl It is awaiting you
visit at Filo's Beuty Solon, No. 4
"J" Street. Telephone 2-3266.
FOR SALE
MiscellmeoM.

comMtion.. Only t 15M .. Tl. 2-
1282. ; r
O SALE :-Fr-F cls a teIur r-
dio station -YM twransittw eri
VFO, complete tubmit and spres.,
Astatic microphone *nd stand,
Hommurlend HQI.29X^' Receiver,
Elincor seem with coaxial c"ble.
For 60 cycle, $440.00. Cop
25? 4ycle Power Supply $65.
509-B,-Ft. Clayton. Telo; 87-4112
-87-4215. -
OR SALE:-All types. 6 Refrdipr-
afort, 25 cycle. Phehe 6-324.
f.lue 174. ,Goma. '
OR SALE-One large. wordrob'
trunk and 3 ft. locker trunk. Tele-
phope 2-0439, Arnamo..
FOR SALE: Allison airplane me-
tons, 12 cylinders factory new,
uFused tor ll in o'rigin cres -$3,-
100 each f. 0. I. New OrMons.
For de t 8-3B60 er
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only curt In Sonts Clai wi thtB
Ocenview from all cottages. Ste
to beach, Rock Go% efrigeti,
bodm oeand shuffle boardPm ,
qme 3-1877. Maroarto 3.16711
Ifx No. 435 Baolboo.


Travel via "AREA," "the Rout $of
the God Nehbor. NO IN.
CREASE IN PRICESt..FREE MEALS
.COCKTAILS! One-way 'f MWA-
MI, $70.00..NEW YQR, $114.
00....GUAYAQUIL 240.00.. ..
QUO, $86.00. A 0 triP t
MIAMI, $126.00..NEW YORK
$214.00..GUAYAQUIL $144.00.
..QUITO. $154.40. $MIN6 4-
engine planes. For more detalk see
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE.
36 Avenida Nacional, (Automobile
Row). telephone 2-1655.


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FOR SALE:- I952 F ,..- 4 bfter-- 5
white tirls, r chp....,. Price
,ph, 2.24y7. 2-285 Datr
payonat accepWtd. __
FOR SALE:-1947 Chrysler Sedan 6
excellent shape, best offer, leaving
Zone Sunday. Room 261. Hotl Ti-

FOR $ALo l4 O'dmo eCoupe.
4ow grown. buA topt "yi~fwtun
trnsmi is", radio, speikt, geod
tim. This car drestielly edved
YeMrfriedl e" deaeW
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S,,., ..whsv. rncn a-4w. I coupes qm .w 0%n, ranome a-
FOR S Es-Tekl Sw 8", Jointer 20- .1. "
Splanner 4 3-8, gender. Bell .
Disk, Jig Saw I 12-" Cap., point FOR RENT : b new
spray gun, and compressor, vibra- cold w- M cool.
tor Sende,. Mic, hand tools, bolb, ment. Call 3 Panam;1TI
hoel $&b00 A.R RENT:-Sll: o t, Iiv.
c$1binet ,=0, off able, 'ing-dlnin wNl o. ,ex..
$5.00,a Ea y ndrie, in me-.. Roma- n .o
chine, 60 cycle, $..o20. Qtre. 261 clusiveb 4 light,
A, Albrook. RamonCre
FOR SALE:-16 tubes Midwest Mul.. F AL
tibend. receiver in perfect condl- I fM SALE
ton,. $125.. P00.hone 32506. Jtte
FOR SALEi--One Meisser VFO. 1 .
WR -phonewpatch I:"AU:
R 9'R phone potch end speaker.FOR SAl: i owr
SCell telephone 2-3189. House Hcoum y, eVeimin
720-C, Balboa Prad.. T- Higway, nlb" .ile fr
-^1 e.------ -----T911. Balboa 1696. *W
FOR SALE*--etal: ice box 100 Ib.-----
cap. Portable mtal Ice chest 100 ..
lb..eap. Work bench 34" w. 5' long FOR SA^LE-ouse in CostW#
vi., Archery equip, two 6 fti good LClte. Write O. C. BoM
bows, etc., dry coblne, 2 straightPanomo. .. /,.L
chairs. 687 COrundu Hgts., FOR SALE: Professionally
FOR SALE: One pr. beau concrtert4: lo; .house (
matched alligator Dorsay pump. furnished combination livl
Closed toe and heel, 7 1-2 B. Ne- in com
ver worn, $16.00. One girl's red Baroom p "
coat, size 12, worn 2 weeks, $10 tiled throughout. Tile, Toof
00. 2 cotton single mattresses and utility room that-f
condition excellent; 2 for $16.00' as guestroom. Woter
Call *-1932, Coli. f rom Lcted orw mil
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FOR SALE:--1952 Norton Int. mo-
iwcycte. Excellent c6Moitb, 'in-
uded qccess and full racing gear.
e ,Pan a rma 3,-4 05 0 ., .


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E116" PWs109Tabe: 2..-los 2-;10
FOR SALE:-1950 Me'rcury C b
SCoupe. Perfect tconditeion. Easy
payments. Must .sell., 417 Porto
U Bello St., Ancon. Phone 2-3656.
rFOR.WIP1.IC- -- Le i. gSe Is
Co*, c,,..lr 11@ *,,, o". .
.Z m a. .I.e (W ) .,. radl., w, .sid-eH lis.
vabseAt told pres-I leethq, upbolatr. Thislger is I*
todt y the Uni- exes%*et dides. $4 5.0 da --
=^ M X. m=dedelvi -t away..
S *tO behind It. Ford dealer
Mfl n an pen let- COLPAN MR S, INC.
W d -to the r id In "See" OnA kow.
01, aId she was "sorry" Teab 2-: 1013 *2.*103
candidates made "lit-
f the U.N. darina
ealmptsu lad falf FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile Super
9 sbhe'added, she was grati- 88, 4 Door Sedan. .Excellent cen.
a -&. AEVI-nwer's endorse- di1on. row mwoge. Bet offer over
Sv.ia1.750.00. Phe 8.5.
Ui "~WCO&A &hi atr me FOR &W.- UM woU h&-ad
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COLPAN MOTOR INC.
Om A t*nale Row.
Tels: 2.-lO .-:21s
Having money troubles? Sed us. be-
fore disposing of your i~Id car
We pay cash. genclas Cosmos,
Auto-Row No. 29. Tel. 2-47211
FOr ALI.*-1950 Ford C'e-t; -.
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On Ateneele Row
To. -2.1S-3 2-10l f:
FOR SALE:-Ford, 1946, 2 door se
don. Clean, very good mechanic*.
ly, with good tires and ettk*,*
vely priced. House 168-C, Pe*o
Miguel. Tel. 4-429.
FOR SALE:-1952 De-LuxeCheWB-
lot, just like nw., ll a i
,lu g under eating. P

FOR SALE.- 195I Mercur
Sldnn, 14.000 mnies.
ndtoMn, extras. Cristobel ..




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-ARTMENT WANTCD:-Willpy
$10.00 to party finding 2 bed-
room aportmen"t for Americon
?P"* *^olsaViste. Call
J Xr o*ok 5r1PO9r!.
WANTED: American forJdy de-
sires m&m unfurmished residence
2 or 3 bedrms .end M d quer-
ters. on permane_ t :a'len or
about March 20th. ll Vita or
El Control Area. Temehne 3.
2724 Penome.
wAN.D:-English for two
.girks Egh w rsed ~r
weekly. WrteGe, Sar
41, Panaomoe. .
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B CHARGE D'AFFAIRES AND MRS. MEMMINGER Rodri e, Tomas Sosa and Es-
TO HONOR CONSUL AND MRS. GERRITY tea Me lic a s Anlo ted to nt-
The Charge d'Affaires of the United States Embassy, Rob- tend.
.A rt B. Memminger and Mrs. Mpmminger will entertain a small
gvoup of their friends this evening at 7:36 at a farewell buffet Morning Guild Notice
to be given at their residence In honor of the American Con- 1 The Morning Guild of the
s l, Charles M. Gerrity and Mrs. Gerrity, who plan to leave the Cathedral of St. Luke. Ancon
S Isthmus shortly for the LUnited States. will meet Friday, March 6, at"
S19'30 a.m. at the home of Mrs.
Harry L. Bach, 0821 PlankI
Mrs. Robenson To Be Honored cently by Mr. and Mrs Anto-Harry L. Bach, 0821 Plankr
Ro TStreet. Balboa. Mrs. Alsoir
At Cocktail Party nio Alfaro at their residence Sears will conduct a discussion
The Military Assistant to the on Christ in the Bible." the
Governor. Leutenant Colonel Miss Vallarino fourth in a series of topics on
David 8 ParKer ana Mrs. Parn- Honored At Luncheon the study subject "Consider the ,
er will entertain this evening Miss Billie Vallarino of Li- Bible."
I with a cocktail party to be giv- ma, Peru. who is a visitor in, Transportation will be avail-
en form 5 30 p m. at the Ar- Panama, was the guest of hon- Lble from Bishop Morris Ha
my-Nay, Cluo at Fort Amador or at a luncheon given by a'in Ancon at 9-15 a.m.
in honor of his mother, Mrs group of her friends at the
S John A Robenson. who lihas home of Mrs. Roberto Motta Bingo At Fort Amador Sunday
been visiting on m e Isthniu,iln El Cangrejo. Bingo will be played at the
for the past several weeks. MbFor' Amador N.C.O. Club on
Mrs. Rooenson plans to Mr. and Mr. Makbbin Sunday at 7.30 p.m. Jackpot is
leave next, week for the Uni- To Vacation in States $30 if single hits n six numis
ted States en route to her home Mr. and Mrs. George Makib- bers; if not will continue for
in Los Altos California. bin of Bella Vista accompa- three games of doubles; also
S'niled by their daughter, Mar- three free mystery triple bin-, SEA-ADVENTURE THRILJ, *-t
Mrs. Ashton Returns To U. S. sha, Will leave the Isthmus by gos. Over twenty games with Hara head the actio ca of
Mrs. Eve Ashton, National plane on Monday for the Uni- all cash prizes. cplor "Against All Flalg.
President of the American Le- 'ted States en route to Chat- The public Is invited to at- swashbuckling star, la. seen h a
gion Auxiliary, who visited on tanooga, Tennessee. Dr ing I tend. querades as a deserter in order to Jm6
4 the Isthmus for several days their vacation of four months --- O Hara. Anthony Qginth
left Panama recently by plane they will tour the New Eng- Mr. And Mrs. Uribe Entertain head the large supportAnthony
head the. large supportingc&tdh t4
to return to the United States. land states. Mr. and Mrs. Lul"r E. Uribe produced by Howard Chrtle. "
of La Carrasquilla entertained Tuesday on pre-release s
General And Mrs. Pick Joe Warren II Celebrates last evening with a cedcktail nTropical T-e
S ail For U.S. Sixth Birthday party given froq 0:30 to 8:30 -- -Ta
Members of the Board of Joe Warren II, son of Mr. at their home.
S Directors of the Panama Ca- T.r'd Mrs. J. B. Warren of Cu- n Nur
nal Company, Lieutenant Gen- rundu, celebrated his sixth Meeting Tomorrow Isthmin Nurse
eral Lewis A. Pick and Mr Wednesday at his home with. All Canal Zone College Club A
Pick were among passengers i Circus Party. members interested In making APPOint ec ,n
sailing today aooard the S. S Red and white crepe paper a field trip to the La Boca V id
Cristooal for New York en streamers simulated a circusiBakery tomorrow morning with Vice President
route to their home following tent: a banner with two large the Know the Isthmus Study i
a visit of several days on the clowns read "Joe's Circus Fea- Group are reminded to meet Miss Geraldine Mellon, staff
Isthmus. turning Birthday Party 19 & in front of the Balboa Elemen- nurse at Gorgas Hospital, was
53_'; the birthday cake wasitary School at 9:00 am. appointed to the office of second jj
Mr. Berger Leaves For Ecuador decorated with a jolly clown vice-president, a vacancy created
Mr. Lawrence E. Berger left juggler and a circle of ani- Meeting Of Panama by the resignation of Mrs. Ber-
the lithmus yesterday un a mals. Guests received clown Rotary Club nice Springall as preslderit of'
tour of Central ana South hats and clown noise makers The regular Weekly lunch- the Isthmb .NurseA Assodation
American countries iollowilig'as favors and were served Ice con meeting of the Panama last Wedncy.
a short visit in Panama. Cream, cake and punch. Games Rotary Club was held yester-. Mrs. Lucille ilson, staff nurse
played Included pinning the day at El P a1 a m a Hotel. at Gorgas, was appointed asdtls-
Mr. Ruben Suro tail on the donkey, dropping, Speaker for the occasion was tant to the secretary. '
S Is Host For Reception clothes pins in a bottle, and a' Rabbi Harry Merfeld.e A u oc
The Minister of the Domi- game of darts. Prizes were -- Amer n Nurses Aoca
S nican Republic in Panami Ru- awarded to winners. IS CARA B e d tion will hold a two-day State
S Doen Sulo entertained today Guests attending Included: Nurses Associationorganizational
with a reception given irom.Paul, Judy. and Mary Jean work-shop In Philadelphiai Pa. A
i 11:00 am. to 1.00 pm at the Beeby: Mit Parso 5: Neal April 30 and May 1. Any active
LUnlon Club in elationn of Hammond; Toby Wilson; Mrr-f O member of the Isthmian Burses
the one hundred and ninth lam Erdman: Charles and AaOclati on interested in a dttnd
anniversary of the indepen-John Peters, all of Balboa. AlI- TIo tr a *u lnsg this meeting may conta t
dence of the Dominican Re-'so David Turner and L. O. Al- secretary of the Isthmian ur
public I len. Jr., of Curundu. Asso;lation for considerate
Several of Joe's playmates More than 18 tons of contriu-,a de gate. Transportati
Guests included high gov- were unable to attend because ton by United States Armya- pen toand from Phadlpi
ernment officials of Panama; of illness. ribbean personnel are onthewill be paid by the Am lean
and the Canal Zone. members' high seas today en route to Hol- Nurses Association.
of the Honoraole O)plomatic!College Club Tea land to help the victims of the Copies of the associatlol's re-
Corps and other friends. ,And Business Meeting tragic weather disaster there. vised by-laws are available at tht
The Canal Zone College Club The drive,"Bundles for Holland;" conference room and 1953 dtes
Ecuadorean Ambassador will hold a tea and business formally ended 14t Saturday. must be paid by Ma&ih 4.
Leaves For New Post i meeting on Monday, March 2, The total weight of the cloth- The Association, which ,nebts
The Ambassador of Ecu dJor at 4:00 p.m. in the Jewish ing, blaneJs, sheets, canned regularly on the firstWedly
to Panama, Sixto Duran Bal- Welfare Board Center. goods and owter neceustleg-con- In each month will have
2en, sailed recently aboard the- The program will be present- tribute in the Canal Zone Ar- nor eefg at the HOtel
"Americo Vespucc" for Colom- ed by the Play Reading Group my drive reached 36,400 pounds, on 4.
bla, where he will assume his under the chairmansap of said Sergeant William De Haan,
i new dutle in Bogota. Miss Dorothy Moody. An orl- Headquarters and Headquarters
ew dute n got. ainal play by Mrs. H. A. Company, Special Troops,. USAR- t. .
Cocktail Party Monors Visitors Starrett, a member of the Col- CARIB, Fort Amador. Sergeant t i
Mr. and Mrs. George Lewis lege Club, will be read by Mrs. De Haan was the initiator and "N o '*sk er St
Cajpwell entertained with a G. 0. Lee. Miss Katherine one-man committee of the "Bun- .r lik L lim I
cocktail party given on Tues- Clark, Mrs. [. C. Sergeant and dies for Holland" project.
day evening from 6:00 to 8:00 Mrs. Starrett. About 30,000 pounds of supplies In 6 e3%.*fe1es i dadors'
P.m. In the Balboa Room of Chairman of the hostesses, arrived at the Cristobal docks ,,f u'e m ie frm a n
Rotel El Panama in honor of Mrs. E. M. Browder, will be as- last week-end. *y an n m a &
Mr. and Mrs, Myron Reed of sited by Mrs. Mabel Andrews. Two earner shipments left ear- retls feelingg of changet e
New York. who are visitors on Mrs. Pat Cbakley, Mrs. Nell ly last week snd a*e-due to ar- you maybe suffering m
the Isthmus. 'Branstetter, Mrs. B. A. Dirden, rive in HollindL this week. *r. I't tts byocare.,
Mr. Reed is President of the Mrs. B. I. Everson, Mfa. Wayne The drive was tp help the vic- Oon
Compafiia Panamefa de Fuer- Foscue, Mrs. James Hall, Mrs. tims of the flood that struck Hol- from such f ion ily.-ouMiimss
za y Luz. Paul Hert ge n, Mrs. F. R. land a month ago causing more ing to a% of the woams t
SJohnson, Mrs. Chester Luhr, than a thousand.deaths and col- CO mlpetor striking reJe
Farewell Buffet Supper ,Mrs. Marion Lucas, Mrs.. W. T. ossal destruction in the nation's Yest Research has proved this
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Al- Nail, Mrs. Thomas Orr Mrs. worst weather disaster in cen- midince imroghig aane s& s
faro of Golf Heights enter- Beverly Toone, Mrs. Joe Turner, tuless .or rethfre.. h own you r t
talned a group of Triends re- Miss Alvina Freeman, Miss Firemen Use Radio ousi "out ofi sort" felMSofii
cently at a buffet supper giv-: Beatrice Gardner, and Mis OWFirCOn Use Radi..UP Use of utan ol.....
en at their home in farewell Eloise Monroe. nWASCOioN.Y. (UP) Use of
to her brother and sister-in- All members and prospective ?two-way radio communication by S
rse mt Ithe Owasco and Auburn fire de- rulmu padn o1 muuve "
S w, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander members are Invited to attend apartment made it possible for .
Hart of Los Gaths. California. -f firefighters to arrive at the T
who have been visitors on the I.A.W.C. Art Exhibition George NeweUl farm at nearby .. rs.
Isthmus for the past several To Close Saturday N in timeto ave the house. -.. M
weeks. The art exhibition of fi vn time to se ,-the house.
independent artists, sponsored __ "_--
Mr. And Mrs. Hart by the Inter-American Wornm-
S entered At Dinner en's Club will remain on dis-
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Hart,'play until noon on Saturday.
who are visitors on the Isth- On display are twenty four
mus from Los Gatos. Califorl modern paintings and three
nia were the guests of honorI sculptures by artists Gilberto
at a farewell dinner given re- Maldonado. Lloyd Bartley, Bias ll I I


Opportunity Knocks Again

DOROTHY CHASE
Well-known Teacher of Ballet. Toe t& Tap offers limited
openings in all Classes for those who have had .ome
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to Enroll Before March 1st.
Classes will continue thru theSummer Months.
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Dr. Harold A. Shoemaker, pro-
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that the drugs, while invaluable
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used with caution.
Shoemaker, addressing the
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ports, one bygtwo Harvard Uni-
versity medical teams and the
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He said the reports showed
that terramycin and aureomycin
have been responsible for a
number of deaths by encouraging
dangerous bacteria to multiply
in the intestinal tracts of pa-
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race of bacteria is able to resist
the action of terramycin arid au-
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Later Yadira made her mark
in New York when she appeared
with Milton Berle on television
. 4mer, pupil of Gladys School, at .that time located in for two years, singing and dane-
aurdtematte's who made good, Costa Rica. The dark-haired ing. Her specialties are mambo,
Srld in Panama yesterday too dancer was one of the star pu- rumba and what she calls "tropi-
a limited engagement at pils at the school for several cal" numbers.
1 El Panama. years before she left for Califor-
ung and vivacious Yadira ,nia. The sparkling brunette, whose
nen, who was born in Costa In between studying at a busi- manager, her mother, travels
and educated in California, ness college in Hollywood, the with her, will make her debut to-
. ow one of the top Mexican Mexican movie star worked at morrow night in the BUlla Vista
le stars. polishing her Spanish dancing, Salon, at 11 p.m. There will be no
e rot her start in the enter- dramatics, and piano playing, cover charge, the hotel akid.,
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Two 'Miracle Drugs' Orchid Society
To Hold Showing
Accused Of Causing over Weekend
Reac)10nS, Death Tomorrow and Sunday
IH lovely warden of Mr. and 1
CH", Feb. 27 (UPI A Harold White, in Brasos
pharmacologist said today that will be opened to the,
two of the antibiotic "miracle where the Gold Coast Ored
drugs," aureomycin and terramy- cletv will display an intse
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Sa mother's gbade to It Isa bad for a baby phy-
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[in't getting muehk Mbger er or sister. The older child
but his Intelligence l grow- often knows wht the' baby
Ib leaps and bound/ Tour wants and translates to the
*will be a definite MtdMd- plants.
Sthe time he is 18 months But before you take It for
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res where On play. able to form thd syllables per-
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ment tan tr yard are (d f erie.)
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with a safety lay garden Those were no" ghosts at work
tools, a sml I ba row or in a cemetery near here. Deputy
wagon. am.tues.Who have ani- sheriff W. W. Andrews found a
pets' a a, because a liquor still when a grave caved
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left for t In New York. viewed Bim i
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over the old'a of The British put morn emphasis r t .
.President 51m ho*SV new ad- on the economle than o the .
mInlitration. diplomatic ide of th"is eMem rbf satte Jaha
top-level British mialon to.. tf fiar E ted na e
The chancellor of the exche- United States this year. hi rseet unlit s la
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wealth trade-toat p&U an i- e to be geerated' l t
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Petit Pois Choice To Win USArCarib Boxig SELECTIONS i. t EXPERTS Along The

S even Furlong Nightcap M"emb"e of the USARC 2 Ton
boxn tearn have opened their .7 elm. .oldg U.l.. H *-an
S o- training camp at Port Kobbe Tepse Msmo k Me W at Fort ]i
bacnhi b min preparation for the All-Arm ...mhW L
The Stud Tenaz' Petit Pois, apparently back I hi, beat fOM Boxing Tournament at Camp ....
is the choice of most experts to win tomorrow's featured $600 ttem 3' byre
seven furlong sprint for Class D" Imported thoroughbreds at the through 8. Lt. Col. E. C. gow* Item" an
Juan Franco Race Track. ard, wel-known boxing entus. 8:--.Raymed I B e ase the
The main event will be the last race on the program and is lst and referee, is in charge of l quhe Ismi
may well be worth waiting to watch because it has the earmarks the camp apd will take the team !* .' I t- iihe i
of a thriller. The sprinter Mingo, now racing to the best form of to Attebury a 4-.vl t -. e
his career, and routers Coragglo and Trafa gar are sure to pro- Headed by the defending Al- Boded Avr"e like s .L'.
vide plenty of competition for Petit Pots both in the mutuels and my light middleweight cham- i,_ P
in the actual race. pion, Juan Curet-Alvares, the WI R R41 rW ,
Last Sunday Petit Pots. after landing in the money with some USARCARIB champions W ll ," L.. rl sun S L1-
good efforts, finally hit the winner's circle to take down the major form a strong team in seeking s-Ll Fioll --.- "h -m B s outs who hfe'
share of a $550 purse in Class "E while turng six-and-one- ha f the honors at the All-Ar. Ce...l.l. Dlls l dn wCowles"
furlongs In the fast time of 1:21 2/5. However, to win tomorrow Ehtof the ten hampions n-h
he may be forced to step even faster. the USARCARIB tournament 7-a1g lih Mary cGtu PM Cetyle a .,old IS.
Longshots Rose Hip and Piropo U round out the field and are getting set at the training Ispeutam Plas CdiA PInts ye--ol'
either of them may show a sudden return to winning form to camp. Bill Agosto and Laurean
spring a surprise. Berrios, two of the champion e-Vll, Ce ma P~l Puluss gIae e
There are several other well-matched races among the other will no oe making the trip. A-' Pincl F"gIl 061" Csmlp .. P.. .
tAn on the program which should provide for some Juicy dili- gosto is getting discharged from _a Vd s Que Va dle Vedi Q, Vedli The st tegy
ends. the Amy and errios has stated- iu vl Claeis.m 0 e Ves Rp l. Claim aldce the yi t
lit Race "F" Native One Mile 9th Race "I" Imported 6% Fgs. that he does not desire to cor- with hi f
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 12:45 Purse: $375.00 "ool closes: 5:15 rpete. lO-Pub.l b .I08.. ..y Rl of the games In
First Race of the Doubles ONE TWO Champions on hand, besides Baby Rel bo R Y Rol Pubis Su t Cum IL
1,Tap Lady 0. Castillo 110 1 Bartolo R. L. GOil 109 Curet, include Rudolph Huerta Ipa s P th
2 Mandmga J. Bravo 112 2 Royal Claim 0. Sanchez 112 flyweight: Esteban Melendes- I IC i ressi Mb POlW Ps. P. P .
3 Volador R. Guerra 109x 3 Quo Vadis J. Bravo 115 Robles, featherweight; Ricardo P P Talga Mins- MnBy ohO -. -w5
4 Malaya M. Guerrero 100 4 Full R. Gomez-117 River a-Torres. lightwe h ownehu I r
5 Taponazo C. Iglesias 115 5 Paques R. Guerra 106x Ve Wlson ea- Martineiglht mid other they not ake t
6 Consentida J del Rosa. 105x 6 Astoria F. Ramos 114 SQ ... ms -
7 Golden Pick A. Vasquez 113 7 Nehuinco A. Vergara 109x dleweight; Rubin Cintron, mid- -
8 Interlude J. Gongora 99x dleweight; and Luls Tapia, capta n
h heavyweight. do Is t.
2nd Race "H" Native 4' 2 Fgs. 10th Race "I" Imported 6% Fg Colonel Howard has also In-
Second Race of the Doubles I Regal Chum) 0. Chtris 110 McAleer to try-out for the light w edny Barernonat An- In the same .ised an Pw at
1 Don Mario B. Agulrre 112 2 Spmdy Gray) V. Ortega 110 heavyweight spot left open by con Laundry diamand the Red G. Anderson homered for Gam- 'eir riswe and
1 Lonely Mol. E Camp. 112 pu bco V.,e O Jr. 120 Agosto and will invited two more Devils from Diablo, with #ome boa wit Lalardi a and Oaelo 1last Snay It
2 Lonely Molly H. Waite 117x 4 Corsta F. Roa e 120 men to try out for Berrios' spot. lusty and peppy bchers from Oifor the circunlt for manni wC aic IL or-.
4 Souvenir V. Rodriguez 11x 5 Baby Rol V. Castillo 118 Also in training is Clotilde Co- their four young lad leaders, B C. Martin, on the mount ple
4 uveMa r V. L.orguez 9Ix b Blon-Santiago, who lost out to scored a samalghl 81 tot victory for Gamboa, struck out ten and S
SCora R~R. Guerra 103x 7 Pla A. .Vergara lOx Curet in the light welterweight over the Ancon 8hortie. walJed five while his opponent -giut.honors far ,ndv I
SCoran uerra finals of the local tourney. The victors got off to a four La uardia struck l g dotar and poi nt getter In laI w
/ d o Z5 IR- e" "Nav e 4--gs.1lth Race I'D" Imported 7 Fgs. Abraha Valentn I r u e t run lead the nng five. es able Dr.
SRae 1" Native 42 Fgs. Purse: $60.00 Pool cloea: x trainer of the winning 504th with Henry Barer contributing the abbreviated second Prier who, ta 7 9T 7thl
e: $25.00 Pool closes: 145 1 Rose Hip J. Phillips 118 team during the tournament, the b blow li the inning b. M Winb led the Gm- fo
Electron Oil 100 trainer. Ancon pitcher T. Ces. The a triple and a le with p t e
2 Huascazo V. C'astlllo 120 4 Plrbpo 1I F. Rome 108 6n
S Orto y Plata E. Camp. x Petit Ps B. Puldo 112 attack n the second in ae seven games won drives .


SRce "" Natie F. Rose 120 6 MsngQ B. Agu re 120 C mwaes groundelieved byout to thace V ha der and AwM. s on timMe to d'-I
Raym5.00 Pool closes: 20 Ac itnfleld e sV. l be oathe winning t 0 1 r twice with a park,
SDon oaquin R. Gome 120 The Albrook Lite s In the third Diablo pitcher and C. Martin ha acked up the frm

Resoitd V Castlo 11 A te an 9 a as gavle e t upe th w.five wi. Diinut Hie t de la ir-
and The box scored by An as The box s : (ft game). touched a club stdane hi a0
SqouestBon: runner og l. a ely the whole show. wlee struck s GA A 69,
h Race "A" Native '! Fgs.battr bunts.toward tiwd ba. out L bitters Sd had foure hgdited t to the AN .- E
Purse: $275.00 Pool closes: 2:25 0 baseman fieldinfield. teV.. Cssneos, lb 3 0 1 rest .ho. adwiU
*UIMELA Matouva stru ou the Dokten An- X. glis If 0 0 r.from 15111111
I Don Joaqun R. Gmez 10 The Albrook Little Leaguers con batten and hortfo R. Martin 4 1 1 mt andfrom



Rina Rorte V. Castillo 115 and throws to o n weel the attack ad help win his wn Mn s, plate 0 0L. W 1 He
sa B agdad R. Vasquez 112 pla wy close. EReld te b av t te n run In an having a perfect day, cole;tin 0 J. 2 2 f
tE 4n4la ut J. Rao 102 Years in Nate. onal Lenp e Armed Forces Little League two t In two t ips. 3b 2 1 0 iv?(4aP

6 CPor tal B. Pulida 196 Wrho took theten t f ow, ho alers west A lbrook. plate. 0 0._ rf 2 1 2 i
bloody mrder n the detl onsott Dealoe. s Arnou k lb C0 0 2/21 1 1 I ,
Avvao. and throws te 11ball a he book The lines wasre: rt Thnne box core 1 0 0 touched a club since h
--5* Race "A" Native 6f Fis. battr bunts.toward the d base. out 1i batters end had four hits e e b0A



8th Race "H" Imported 7 Fgs. erod. What action would ys u Weote Bank 00 5 300-- 8 a a Bright, th 2 2 1 0 0 :- '1 i
Pre..: $35.00 Pool closes: 2:55 Thire baseore Porfields the. lbroo 0010our trips to the 1 plate to e T. C P 2 .
irnst ace of the Doubles / p : o the oeed A -- x tehwa-d, rf 1 0 0 /rj'i^"-.. M r 0/
1 ina Rol V. Castillo 10915 and throws to second where 'the attack and whelp s h own Mai t Si t 3 1 --- -- i
Win The saber) R.L. Vs il 09 wer. Y eos o not sre to epel a and four hits brought a 7-6 rewr, If 1 G .



Apretador V. Cu.so 1102 uap to other safe. ad hi ly six was t hRed sex, Le y. S ere, t 3 0. 'i
Legal Frolic B. Aulid 112 Iwho tol he tethrown ho lfler West wank got only at ur hit artoer, lb 3 0 3 I il
SDelisa B. Pulido 11 p, at yourdr n the deyou n alff eClayton. NArnold lb 1 1
ande him out ofws the ame. the ThFive pither entered the ame FL n, Sb 1 0
th Race "" Imported Fgs. ever, mound.t of these t action would he for the Red 00o aost a8 th3 Brigt, b 1 0
Parse: 375.00 Pool lses: 4:0 r of the layer are done on.the ame resulted johnny cundt wn velF 1 0 _I ^
Beond Race of the Doubles the spAr of the oment t. A tlbrt oro,. regular Red z catch- [ J. C 0 0 0 0
, 1 Espartano J. Cadogen 106 empire usesly is lookia g tP -er, gtarted fndw y.lMardhiScored he i Ih, i1 8. I 8,^ n 1
Saaedo J0. PhCastillp 109 Do another w y.took q k ptha tbat- rwenty-elght bases an i nU l A e 1 .1
TheDauber) R. L.Vasqul 109 ge. WhaYou do not catcher holds the and four hits wereought a 27-red The GI. 1 0 AorAM Atim at Ge.i
4 Callmding East) C. Iglesias 114x rlayeord for ste artin s tohe ball victory to the Curundu you teamrs, butdof DIAe. LO a I Balb a, :
5 English Mary L Agu. 116 plays e a.major league gw --an 18-walk, 21-run thord eawing endey aW.,mBb.s and remaaas -- -. [ 'te Mn
6 Black Bul F. Rose 11 it08 e the diBob Power It all de ds mad the Arthe orgame th ls. nly onea e ni afltedtn Shry a .
La Chata J. Pili 107 howFrank heogan was on the iwsrt- y during the rally. gamemwith the Fort Cy- C u, s 2 4 2
Apretador V. Casletlo 112 up to the crowd and his ac or ur ton aCro credited B a may. Stable, r wy 2
Lea FoQUINIEcLA Maonic Reeord |'r an ebey triumph, Iraon' bqhind'.twTe "ew pft Bre 2 2 1 star"
SIlocallu .. PCUlido 12 FALMOUT, .Mos. (UP) u n ame of MondMy c abh ,.or e w1 nnng 1n ,




I Radle Song V. Rodrt. 11rx hs.ner, mist.o a meeting oa the fhoe field Boainst CarLbbean Wl.4lerg assed ho2b
I Espartano J. Casdoen 1068 Munpire usuallyodge of Masons i r, started Command was charged with Scidt 1 1
5 Fanglcedo R.L. Phillips 105 other wayrs. Once when Hall was h t-home team will meet WestBank. The'seond m was 2 1
SPints el A. RVasuez 117 p.What father holds h neleh a e line score Tihe-n horties to ,i"
SCallmedear C. ama 10x record mefor starting so that double byCurnu u 4d 1 0-yn 7 4 e t o th0 Tll dueAvf rI.o,/ldli
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Pool Closes: xx


1. ROSe. HIP ....... ............. Phillips 118
2. CORAGGIO .................. R. Vdques 118
3. TRAFALCAR ..............A. Rodrigus 115
4. PIROPO II .................... F. R.e 108
5. PTIT POIS .................;B.P. o 112
6. M CO .... .. .... A ir 120


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MSA-Cargo Ships

Banned From

Red Countries

WASHINGTON. Feb. 27 'UP)
-The Mutual Security Agency
has ordered Allied ships carrying
its cargoes to Formosa not to
continue on to Communist ports
after unloading, it was learned
today.
The order-Inserted In all
MSA shipping contnicts-bans
ships carrying the foreign aid
shipments from touching Iron
Curtain countries for 60 days
after delivery.
In addition to China, coun-
trtes affected are North Korea.
Russia, Romania. Bulgaria, and
S Poland.
Col. Arthur Syran. MSA trans-
portation head, said the agency
is withholding part of each
ship's cargo payments to help
guarantee that the contract
provision will be fulfilll.d.
He explained that the action
keeps the United States from
saying a. vessel's steaming costs
to the Far East so that it could
then engage in trade for and
with Communist China.

Religious Dispute

' Threatens Violence

In Moslem Pakistan
KARACHI, Pakistan, Feb. 27
-(UP)'-Troops were thrown
around government leaders' re-
sidences and reinforced police
apd riot squads were posted at
strategic centers in this capital
today to prevent possible vio-
lence from a tense Moslem re-
ligious dispute.
The agitation centered around
the small, but powerful Ahmii-
ditva Moslem sect, whom other
Moslems contended did not fol-
low 'the teachings of Islam.
Picked troops cordoned off the
home of prime minister Khwaja
NaziMuddin and a dozen truck-
loads of other heavily armed
soldiers were held in reserve in
a playground behind the gov-
ern2or generals residence.
'Private Lives'
Shifts Locale,
Opening Date
S Due to the heavy demand for
ticke, "Prva e Lives" will be
presented at the Bella Vista
Room of Hotel El Panama In-
stead of in the smaller Salon
de las Americas as originally
scheduled.
Noel's Coward's famous plav
is the first presentation of the
newly-organized Circle Theater.
which will feature theater-in-
the-round.
New opening date for Private
Lives is Wednesday. March 11.
It will be shown for four con-
secutive nights, including satur-
day.
Tickets may be purchased
from the hotel, or from Dag-
mar's. Reservations may be
ulade at Panama 3-1660.


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All Set To Wit
WASHINGTON, Feb. 27. (UP publican domestic policy," he
President Elsenhower's res- said.
i lution condemning So viet Sen. Guy M. Gillette SD-IA.)
"enslavement" of free peoples said after hearing Dulles that
appeared d likely today to sail he still expected "substantial"
through Congress without ma- changes in the resolution be-
jor alteration, fore the committee approves
Republicans who had been it.
clamoring, for drastic changes. But he was alone in making
to turn the resolution into a such a prediction.
virtual repudiation of the Yal- Committee chairman Alex-
ta and Potsdam agreements. ander Wiley (R-Wis.), said no
backed down in the face of a amendment wms proposed to
warning from Secretary of condemn either the Yalta and
State John Foster Dulles. Potsdam pacts themselves nor
the making of them by the
Dulles told them bluntly iate President Roosevelt and
that denouncing the war- former President Truman.
time agreements made by Sen. Bourke B.. Hckenlooper
Democratic Presidents Roose- IR-la.', and others predicted
velt and Truman might be that any alterations would be
good domestic politics, but it merely in the nature of "word
would be bad foreign policy. changes."
The House Foreign Affairs
Committee was called in to Dulles, openly questioning
closed session today to begin the good faith of Soviet rulers,
"polishing up" the language of said yesterday President lasen-
the resolution. Acting chair- hower has no present plans
man John M. Vorys (R-O.1 for a meeting with Soviet Pre-
predicted committee approval mier Josef Stalin,
before this weekend without He said the only way to deal
any "big change" in Mk. Elsen- with the Soviets is "on the
bower's proposed wording. barrel-head," making clear In
Senate Republican e a d e r advance that they will have
Robert A. Taft, who backed the to Uve up to their promised
administration in o p p o s i n g agreements. He suggested they
outright repudiation of t h e be made to "perform first for
wartime pacts, indoated he once" and let the United States
would seek at least one revi-. carry out the promises."
sIon of the resolution. Dulbas was questioned
onlosely about Mr. Eisenhower's
It would be aimed at mak-
Ing clear that the reqoution mis
did not constitute "reafflr-
malUon" of the coneessio l.
made to Brsia at Yalta In
Such a clause probably I
would not be particularly ob- bL, A |
jectionable to the admiblstra- % S vw To US
tion.
Dulles told members of the wAKHG'ZW, lab. 3 (P
Senate Foreign "l1a60tt 0ms n-rlte F StatSFe.Xtoda. sgn-
mittee at a closed sesaso late _"" ement6nOestae9 -
yesterday that theft a o an f ae a aieem t wf at Guer-
the resolution I to indict M an y oner w ich t'io, tr in
sla for violating the wae deb to Americana a7 d the U.
agreements and to assure peo-. government.
ple enslaved by Commumi The agreement was signed for
that the United States wants th United States by special am-
them to be free. bsaador Warren Lee Pierson in
He warned that any attempt London.
to insert language c a It was part of a larger four.
the late President Beeselt nation agreement whereby the
for making the Yalta agre- new federal republic of West
ment would stir up a patsan Germany and certain German
row and be "an absolute ct* municipalities will settle a total
riment to what we are twying of $3,270,000,000 in debts to some
to do." 0. nations, including the United
"You can't strengthen this States. The other two signatory
I resolution to aid our foreign nations were Great Britain and
'policy. but you can to "Id Re- France.


Scientist Gets Mad


SUS's Flying Saucer Tales
YORK, Feb. 27 (UP match to set off a nation-wide I ward innocent ,nisinterpreta.
rvard scientist said today panic. tons of natural phenomena but'
Lre no such things as "In fact. If a foreign power he was wrathful toward "the
Saucers" but warned .were to pull off a surprise at- cult of the flying saucers." and
7h6 public s so afraid of tack on the United states, mil- its "meaningless Jargon": its
."we need only a match to lions of Americans would con- "pseudo-slcentific double-talk."
uf a nation-wide panic." eltide that the flying saucers It "exploits the American pub-
mId H. .Menzel, professor of from Mars or Venus were final- lie" by malntaing "the illusion
physics at Harvard Univer- ly landing." of Interplanetary saucers.'
said in his book, "Flying He said he believed larme This he said in effect, was
im," published today that numbers of persons thought rubbish and nonsense.
ae can prove saucers just they had seen flying saucers.
exist and that something But they saw somtehing else. To make it emphatic, he add-
d be done to stop saucer Approximately 80 percent saw ed: "No one, not even the Air
ora from frightening the "reflections from material ob- Force or the Atomic Ener g
. jects such as distant planes, jet Commission, has the slight
ire food laws and narcotics aircraft, vapor trails, miscellane- evidence indicating that extra-
et us r..o.portentially dan- ous balloons, newspapers hoisted terrestrial animals or person$ or
a medim es, foods, or and held in air currents, kites, hb ngs of any sort whatever
WI" he wrote. birds, peculiar clouds, spider exisE."
-exploitation of the minds webs, insects, feathers and so Meanwhile at Corontalo, n
e American public, feeding on." the Celebes, a new type of fly- .I.b
fiction I the die of faet The remaining some 30. per in saucer was observed. Aneta LADY -
r the ptmtlan of a free cent saw, he said, "the rags and news agency reported. beob, .in
1fri people tag of meteorological ptica Aneta said a strange egg- Iso-sopreno, hshep
la .w r too, such as mirages, reflectrIas In shaped object flew swiftly over- beard for her role'o
dangerous. mist. refractions and reflections head, radiating a green light Turk. In por Stnv
h u ais afraid of by ice crystals." o while emitting a re4 light from Rake'q Pi gre s" w
r-mand we need only a The professor was tolerni t to- Its tall. t*u bduced bth 0
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7 Congress OK
news conference remm* .of Members of Congreal so
Wednesday that he wo ,'e dvybed Mr. Bisenhower to do-
willing to go halfWay a mand ,R of falh
meeting with 8 tal a trw the usan erabl
would further charnc o n orWe, before ue
world peace. Memtgwu iace,-tf-ae meeting Wth
the wisdom et making al. They talked of "ade-
agreements with the ouat safeguards" and "care-
Dulles said the F 's hu plapnthg."
statement "does' n*'o -et
ezmstence of any d tha" fa' a Dulles said Mr. Blsenhow-
meeting and that s "Is en- her's resolution is the first step
tirely in the ren of taf- toward the ultimate downfall
Jecture." of "Soviet despooism" and the
But the seoctary u^ the cnd to 6"1ul1eme* of peoples
Russians "might be.- e behind the a Curtain.
riously included tomr Y he strEmed that it is
future obligations-- 'not a "ucall h t blody a n d
might live up to th not a"cal toblool y an d
gross approves Mr. senseleas revolution "
er's resoltiUon. "- '-
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does not have "apy i,
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daid today hi l don't wear
their armored dIapers" when
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