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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
 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.
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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: AA00010883:01520
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND *uaLIsHS ev TNRB PANAMA AM1ICAN 8M INS.
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SNWMOOno AMAS&. eaoton
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TELEPHONE PANAMA NO. 2-0740 15 LINUI
CALIS ADOni e PANAMlMICAN. PANAMA
-COLON OlrPI.I 11 179 CENTRaL AVENUP BETWEEN T12H aNDn gT alaair
FOr RIN REPRESENTATIVE$. JOSHUA S POWERS. INC
4AI ManiseON AVE NEW YORn 1171 N Y
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EnR MONTH. IN ADVANCE 0 1.70 a I
POR SIN MONTHS. IN ADVANCE *.80 l5
POP oN YWAR. IN OVANG n o 84

JHIS IS YOUR FORUM TH REiADERS AWN COLUMN


.4THE MAIL BOX
The Mail Beo is an epemn forum tos readers of The Pe Ame Am
e a. Latter are received gratefullv and ore handled hi a wholly Cm
til -manaer.
SIf you contribute a letter dn'l be impatient it doesn't pps
Wat day. Letter are published in the order i elMed.
Plese try to keep the letters limited to ne pag. leng th.
Identity of left@ writers held in strietet eafidene.
This newspaper esmues no reepeassblily for statements em spiani
mmtis letters from maleders
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AND THE DRONING OF BEES
irs:*
In the evening when chores are done, the air cool, and ever
g fairly peaceful, we sialt down to enjoy the stillness disturbed
by sounds of birds, and breeze rustling the leaves. Sudden]
hear the drone of planes. no. not real planes, "little boyi
anes that grown men play with on the Diablo baseball fiel
is irritating noise goes on until darkness falls or their toys ar
mashede. It gives me great pleasure diabolicallyy, I am sorry I
ray when one for more, planes crash.
o Don't these "little boys" think that someone may be ill an
who dreads when they start their play? Isn't there another out
poor spot where they can play with their toys so only nature ca
ear them?
Sure will be glad when rainy season is with us again.
Tired Of UIstWa-


SAUCE FOR THE GEESE
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I see where they are freezing all three-bedroom apartment
In Margarita for large families. Good they need them.
. But how about freezing two-bedroom apartments for small
fa~nliles. These are the apartments most in demand by both largi
da small families, therefore making it impossible for one with 1:
r years service to get a decent place to live. 'But one with nc
oe but a large family can slip right into a nice home.
SAfter all that we have gone through, all the old obsoletU
k!rtiaents High Street, Ghost Hill. 12-Family and old con-
.emn.d apartments in Cristobal it is about time to give us a
S t's a poor rule that doesn't work both ways. How about it?
Fair Play.
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Margarita, Canal Zone.


During a recent visit to the United States I became aqualnted
with a gentleman that is a member of the Audubon Society who
wishes to contact some person or persons that are either interest-
'4d in bird migrations or are members of the Society here.
Would appreciate It greatly' If you would print a small notice
In your Mail Box column requesting any person so interested to
please wrtte to:
Mr. CsJ. Shaw. Rt. 3 North Little Iock, Arkansas.
May I thank you In advance for your lindsd inM th.isa tter.
L. S. Wlha.,


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HORIZONTAL W5WOCAL
I Top playing IThe-tep
4 Bottom of foot 3Aii m
Tops 4 P afu places
12 Study 5akchaliber
13iOn top a Missive
15 Tangle I Coconut fibers
16 Return like I Ancient Syria
for like l0 Top of head -2 Attaek 40 Silver coins
18 Factor I1 Snow vehicle 27.Scorned 41 German city
20 Having 17 Means of 28 Arrow poison 42 Fruit drinks
weapons going from 28 Cheap lodging 43 Egyptian river
21 Legal matters bottom to top house (Brit. 44 Story
22 Finishes 19 Encounters slang) 48 Italian river
24 Glut 23 Titles 31 Bridge holding 47 Ireland
26 Small nail 24 Agile 33 Track parts 48 Simmer
27.Accemplished 25 Wings 3 Ability 50 To (Scot.)
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42 Caper
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o1 Let me report a new ki
of dollar diplomacy.
Under this latter day Inte
national delicacy, our OIsligi
and. die. But we're _oqA8 th
with nations which tr4e wi
the enemy. And these 'few
ly" countries inake million
dollars helping the enemy ,kee
r- its army m the field M gaa
"- our OIs.
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he balmy island country c a l I
Ceylon which has been in U
news recently. But not for th
proper reason. Apparently al
mn its climate is balmyr. .Its g|
ernment knows its. own mwM
It simply tried to balphkna
'the UA. Into giving It 10,000
000 (not to mention $10.000,00
worth of radio bread asUng e
equipment .
When we refaue to buy
Y- their feod will, th I s- .
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Sand -sold M
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- than Just a b ulao deal be
n tween Ceylon api- Bed China
There was an exchange oI
friendly propaganda and I
can reproduce hero the docu-
ments to prove this. The notes
were obtained by ktaebers of
the anti-Commutt* union.
which the AFL and. 010 sup-
port on that Island of Ceylon.
To sign the tradl. agreement
with the Com nIc Chinese,
the Ceylon goyer t sent to
SPeking one u mtao Fonska.
He headed the OCelon Trade
l Delegation. Aftdr promising
0 the enemy all the rubber they
2 needed for their factories, artil-
o lery caaso.~ warplanes and
tractors n ricefor the army,
She relfe4 -M=ld of the fol-
Slowing:
"On the eve of our departure
I would like to express our
-incere pleasure at the happy
and successful conclusion of
our trade -talks. The spirit of
goodwl-..a"d tripnAl~es which
animated g. Rtielincy Ie
Jen-mtn (chief Chinese dele-
gatep and has co-delegates en-
Lbled us to conclude In the
"hert space of two weeks a
long-term rubber and rice a-
Igreement and two contracts
for the sale and purchase of
rubber and rice for the year
* 1953.
"We are confident that the
rubber and rice agreement Is
to the mutual interest, advan-
lage and benefit of both coun-
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all that rubber at
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meant wanted 00,000 a year
additional for five years a
sort of under the global tXab
palm greasing.
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"anti-Co..-..unist" government.
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pose.
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WASHINGTON. There was thi Spanish- only he couldit I4I0 how much he
speaking American hero, see, a mld of scientist, to gpend.
who rode in a helicopter that I as fapt as a
jet, and kept in his pocket a sp atomic ee .t were always. to tell us What e
with which he looked throuhsiek walls, stel m1vd U" he 1 they never .
vaults and other opaque mae-. eorm %nL
we was no pephing Tom; he wouldn't stoop to. ly (wMh was A
that. He used his hell-jet and his radium eyL t3OW hw muh-. i
only for catching miscreants, suLk.as bank rob-- aminanulst.
berg, child snatchers, and occasMonal Communist ox,..to
gangsters. thopuh these last usually" get written .by B ,.
dot of the script. AFro'
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under. sInalo o the la moaks who built a monastery
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aims, ham been do-rW *va- torn 5witerland In the
rah-lanebe o. as l, tl a ne of Charltenaie. The
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(.roo and Freight-Ships and Planes-Arrivals and Departures


PA Proposes Rate Slash ly than surface shipments, but
I" TI as-Atlantic Cargo the added speed and convenience
SThe low-cost air cargo rate Jf shipments have meant greater
Structure that Pan American penetrationn of foreign markets
World Airways established in y American manufacturers.
Satin America four years ago trade is following the Pan
ay be adopted for trans-Atlan- Lmerican house flag throughout
tie shipments. Latin America, PAA told IATA,
A 45 per cent cut in rates for 'iting the following examples o
bulk cargo in the Atlantic trade ,ulk shipments:
ha been proposed by PAA to its Kitchen sinks we':hing 4,108
fellow members of the Interna- rounds were flown from New Or-
ttonal Air Transport Association cans to Guatemala at a cost of
.UATA). 445.25. The same shipment by
The lan applies the same surface would have cost $838.23.
rinciple to cargo that has prov- The air shipment took a Week;
ed so successful in the trans- surface would have taken a
Atlantic passenger service. After month.
S educational campaign of sev- Soda fountains weighing 1I,-
*ral years, Pan American se- 796 pounds were flown from
cured adoption by all air carriers Chicago to Panama at a eest
of a low-fare passenger service of $2,872.66. By surface the
Which, in its first summer, in- charge would have been $32,70.
creased traffic 50 per cent. The elapsed time for the whole
PAA points out to IATA that a shipment was one week. By
low unit rate and greatly increas- surface It would have been two
ed volume broaden and strength- and a half weeks. g
en the whole base of operations-
a principle that is just as true in |m I-TT -..
the cargo business as it is in the U MILL T Says....
passenger field.
The lower rate would enable
air cargo to underbid surface To the men:
carriers in the Atlantic trade on Did you hang up your pa-
a wide variety of items. Jamas this morning, leave he
At present, there are two rates bathroom in order, or put the
SAAtlmA ntic air cargo-for ship- clothes you wore yesterday n
lents of less than 100 pounds the laundry hamper?
and a lower rate for shipments If you left all of those little
of more than 100 pounds. PAA jobs for your wife to do for you
now asks that a third category You'd better rend this letter
e established 1,100 pounds written by a wife:
W500 kilos) or more. "I have a pet peeve which I
If approved, heavy bulk ship- wanted to get off my chest
ments could be flown between for a long time and I believe
New York and London for 60 I am not alonp In my resent-
cents a pound, compared to the ment. I believe I am talking
present $1.10 rate for small ship- for most women whose hus-
Inents. bands leave their things a-
This is the fourth year of Pan round for their wives to pick
American's continuous campaign up.
to obtain agreement on low rates '"I can forgive a great npmy
for large shipments in the At- things but it hurts my pride
lantic trade. to have to pick up my husband's
S Precedent for the three classi- dirty clothes which he h a
taIstion was established inthL:vn on the floor, tidy up!
PAA's Latin American Division the bathroom after he has
In 1949. In this area, there are taken a shower, and put away
separate rates for shipments un- every article he leaves where he
der 100 pounds, shipments of 100 used it.
to 3,300 pounds and shipments
over 3,300 pounds. SHE ACCEPTS HIE CHORES
Thus, in Latin America Pan CHEERFULLY
moerican has been underbidding,
drfa~ e transportation on the "I, don't mind cooking, clean-
overellcost of shipments as a re-iing house, and all the other
ault of these special rates that jobs a housewife Is supposed to
er-).rage bulk shipments. do, but I resent my husband
?AA pointed out to IATA that always expecting me to 'pickup'
*If international air cargo is to after him as though I were a
play Lt part in stimulating two- servant."
Way .tw~de, we must break away Well, men, that is how a
in the Atlantic as we have In wife feels when she .-h to di
Ltin, America from an air things for a hustnd thMt any
cargo structure geared to small adult ought to do tor himself.
hitoments. She has g perfectly leiti-
"We must use our expanded mate complaint, han't si If
faacity and new equipment to you don't think so, how would
keep the sales forces of American you like to have to go along
manufacturers in the same close |behind an adult putting away
sensitive' touch with a market everything he should have put
fayfway round the world as. they away ihef? p
mew have. with the domestic I w d be a littn
market."would be a littl
:The special rates in Latinyour self-respect, wouldn't It?
rica, whend to sur- Of course 4t would. Andit is
lerica, when cPlg re to sur- t a ha on a wo .s
afee transportation's htgb. i- So f -on aSo-If.e
Unnce racs, higher cost.* on your Wive bel e n
leading and unloading, ware- r your.wife like that g
housing and crating, plus a high- T yourself. She may never
et allowance for pilUerage and have grumbled out loud about
breakage, enable air transport having constantly to pick up
beat surface transport costs y after you..
substantial margins. But you can be sure she does
The favorable rate for large resent your lack of conidara-
ahipments encourages freight tion. Remember, she's not 3b
loswarders to consolidate small servant, she's your wife.
abPlments and take advantage of Th Aom
the lower bulk rates. Ths Atomic Age
: Lathi America, in the fields PORTSMOTH, O. IUP) -
.*.electricvl appliances. spare Nickel parking meters will re-
parts,drugs and textiles, airplace penny parking meters
transport has already won the here to help control increased
,major share of the total ship- traffic resulting from 1the
maents. building of a $l,200,000.000
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nue the governmeA's jax col-
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3la4 ruling on whether movie
anrand tetalaw pualfy
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Internal RevenU Afftblla Bld
t ruling may he made within
the next few weeks, perhaps
ight after the March rdead-
lOne fr fiing laen tax re-
' the bureau rules against
eknx exemption, then
can tke f court.
o come wtm the- aption
Srovded by la then It ill-be
po ,Onaiems to decide wheth-
r oh the law.
eve ralmembers of the tag-
f House Ways and Means
Committee aMd they would urge
speY action if it l decided
ta stars working abroad are
exempt.
The curbstone opinion at the
C tol Is that the exemption
A not apply to entertainers.

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b words aadgesjurek-&
on a -year-old girl. She
sentenced to 10 years in
,.aleas dward Zlnedinit, 28,
whom Miss Mook had been
was Aprsted of the so a-
rape laDomber and sen-
to the electric chair. He
The girl opened that
abnlrd thre times
vice by a lake and once in a
k Mias MoNok took pitures of
last att though the Jury
at convicted K edint was
I t allowed tosef them.
She contend tmat he forced
her to help h lawyers said
she had net d d whether to
appeaL

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I Conday To soiet
For 2-Week Visit
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HOLLYWOOM., (NUA At- nd his Rocky are still miles a- t
lywood sad OrapeiL: Maio Wy from a reconciliation. Sho
Lanza now hate fu-taa P te
guard and won't go anywhere OLIO FRIGHT T FO not
without him.... Eilabeth Tay-
hWs hittg the 12n-pound malk Two polUo scares at Fox within
an the scales-much too much week First Marilyn Monroe,
poundage for her height B's the then Richard Burton. Speciallts
reason MO Is delaying the start were called in to check Marilyn
dt her new film.... 01 doe or 48 hours.... Barbmra Stan-
avilland's pals are m worre a- tk set for her first British
bout her glum butlook aon sf and f er-"Weep No More." Ray-
career....Pals are pr a mond Stros, who recently com-
reconciliation for Dean Martin d the Joel McCrea Evelyn
and his wife. who al a co-starrer, "Roughahoot,"
produce.... Tuneslth Nich-
Allied Artist wl he a las Brodszky, who wrote "Be-
Story in 3-D-"Tke Mf ." eme You're Mine," Just answer-
Ieymim s b ma _liat dl ed a personal request from
... John W Ae sa I PeS Queen ulilsabeth to compose a
will give MM eotpetvtMes .he 1t llaby for the Princess.
raee to land Wally Co(T Mr.
Pepers) Ia a movie. .
Joey Adams, the Broadwayi
Mamie VaV Doren, U-rs answer couic is in town to close a film,
to Marilyn Monroe, was once de for one of his books, "The
the beauty on the anr of Lau- Curtain Never Falls." If it's film-
rence Tierney.... Btent star ed t 3-D, Joey says he knows.
Helen OGbson, formerly wed to ]uA the actor for the lead-a
Hoot Gibson. has just recovered roadway character known as
from an critical bout with blood Tangle-Head Orady... .-A re-
poisonng.... i Zsa Oabor, on- n la in the cards for
per-enaltive to criticism about in film star Anita Stewart
her speaking lce, has converted and er. husband, Geoge Can-
her Hungarian accent to a verse separated for six years. "I
aench accent that's more Gallsc sef love him," Anita told me,
Ithan (orinne Calvet's.... The "'but he has never forgivtn me
Optalist are wrong. Gary Cooper for walking out on him in Wash-
ington, D.C., during the war and
coming back to Hollywood. I
couldn't stand Washington moue-
VY lO V ty. Now he's living In Connecti-
a A Exchange cut"
m L GABLE PLANS TO RETIRE
To' Fealre 1eeli Reports persist that when
SClark Oable's contract with MOM
The Canal Zo.ne Art UTseie comes up for renewal In Decem-
wll hold anl open meeting U ,,ber he won't re-sign. Indepen-
evuing5 at 7: 30 in the auditorium dent production iinder his own
ot theJW" B Baltboa to Imna banner and complete retirement
rate the exchange oi art "-"by 115 Is the Gable blueprint. .
o between the Canal Zone The rofle lad named Charles
lined inama. Ran iln u-r's "Walking My Ba-
ap Panama B by Back Home" is the nephew of
ie first exchange of exhibits New York Supreme Court Justice
Is between Betty Bents and Bal- Learned Hand. The studio dis-
letert Sinclair. The work of Mrs. covered him ushering at Holly-
Beant Is on display in the Fine wood's Pantages theater.... A
ArtlOallery on Ave. B in Pana- candy company Is ru sh ing
a ty, thesame building with through a 3-D candy bar for
the Art School and the Ballet theater lobby counters. No., or-
School. tense, hot almonds with depth.
The work of Sinclair is being but a three-flavor delicacy.
shown at the JWB-USO gallery;
although this is not the first tiUnmb vwood short stoy: A.llttle
that his work has been shown in more than two years ago, agent
th Zo0e. Helen Alnsworth took Guy Madi-
The Aft League also has as a son to all the malor studios and
guest, Miss Newhall, former sec- grot the cold shoulder. "The kid's
rotary-treasurer of the New Jer- dead In pictures," she was told.
may =i=nt*wef the American Ar- "We'll never have anything for
tists Professonal League. Miss him."
Newhall is painting local scenes Now, after ellckintona TV asi
while visiting in Panama. WI BDill Hicok, Guy will e*-


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A being bu inthe Canal Zone

I yo r are among Lucky persons to be assigned

to nt wh old furniture.
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS ME r.i.
Household Automobiles Ofa na s n Clara geBU -se.
,W A4w&, l A _muieom. 7-t 'age. 2 bedroom, .. pe-
FR SALE -Deep Freeze Fr.idaire FOR SALE:-1952 Ma, duty paid, 20 Am.. -. Ra ikg.s rangers. Balbo. i
25 ccl F new candit on. Coil Cristo- 700 miles,2excellent condition. Call DC 7 -cept week-endFRlSLE and ageoge
S 125,cle4new ondil;on. Call C Crisi"obal 2129. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical ni. In a ept wek. ends l gt o. 8e ,o.
bal 554. Central Avenue K Street cone. Granlia.= S=nto Cr .asb. a.. Trof t; rvi
FOR SAtE --Studio couch $25, Rat- Having money troubles? See us be- Ce ntral Avenue K 2trSS.t dSa -- E ti .e C a ~ U:T POL
tan chairs $10. Simmons metal fare disposmg of your used car. Telephone 2-3479. Paoama. ig es Electc Ie leh. s E ". '1.ks. fo -
bedstead $10. dngroom set 9 We pay cash. Agencies Cosmos. Those interested milmmin fln h moderae rate. 'reltlehul S WR#E'IJMElu mi mp ,fo r
phonograph 60-cycle, $45, chest Ponmi coupe, very reasonably. PAc. &lnN ;Far B.ox stomee rbl..S... .
9-drawer $100. chest 4-drawer FOR SALE:-1952 Buck Super Rol des instruction e ll sed- Oceansid Santa. senAoned t a s
tpew$70, vanity $40, fish bowls 25 eye glass. Call Claytn 7246, so fits, 195 or 193 SALE:- tails d pup OR RENT-Beutul ridence of h a p e e co
cents, end table $2. hassocks, $1.- Pntac4es.use 0590- Best blood ln n Italian three bedrooms, three bathrooms '3 Central A Tel. 3 -0140 ti a A .
50, mirror, $1.50. Quarters 549- C Mindi St. Ancon. Tel. Balboa. FOR SALE FORE

O miscellanea ouosehold ef.pa FO, b S.LE:- 7r Od b and American Ke ly Dog, e W pf A

A House 61. 3rd St. New Cr'tobol. Mother also for a Qol away. icn family If Interested phone ]* d '
S Tel. -49, from 7 a. o 0 u n p t co First venu N ancs 2145 PanamA.-n.
OPhone C -1952 Buck Su. FOR SALE: Poipuppiei. OT l O a. mn
F FOR SALSA Hl Wnt weeks old. Reanbe price. 43rd .erwe a th Dynaflow. ro. E-Z io p ti
typerite .p Wironn street No. 56. Mella Vsta. Tel. Apartments W*pack and oeermoe aftei- a the
Rews Estlln he WANTED: Honest young womFn 3-0696. fR pup.FOR RENT: To eutyul redenced of '(069. 'k nat 2 1 W ct g
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY "eks employment as nursemand do'FOR SALE:-AKC Registered Cocker serious persons, fumished opart- 2..2Stf, Panr&ssl.
OFFERS STRUCTURES FOR SALE housework. Have references. Tele- Puppies. Telephone Albrok 3270. Iont 2 bir bedrooms bathroom,
mithcellaneous househornenent or- LUS I & OUND si.bod a. 31.-2 HP. om e .eTs0 4e bh:
house.S Balboa for one lot of six FOR SALE: 76 Oldsmobe Sedan ande A t r. e r Americari l bDoi htn Embassyr Would Prefer n I Ame
quarters bul d mgs o a m.O tarfodMotherlsofor a. ng way. icnfonfaotion cIflling telephone 6- DEAl IN EW AND ?, Ao jI



now City. Sale will in.lude re.tor.- Clubhouse, some money and valu- *____ _222 IGombool from 2 to 6 p. r USeDn UIIlTURED0 0oh aI*mNSS v and abou &
ion of site nd gradng s specified able papers. Liberal reward for e- Seed bid, n trilieo. will b re- USED FU TURE n URS A
in the proposal Form of proposal urn. Phone after 4:00 p. m. 83- ceived n the office-23 of the En- t chiz.i RAw rerritho.ri
with full particulars may be secured 2119, P. 0. Box 669 Curundu, C. sneerng and Contrution Director RENT.
in the offices of Superintendent of Z- Panama Canal Company. Balboa g\g O u w BC 5g
Storehouses, and the Housing Man- Heights, Cano Zone, until 10:00 io Parsie- 11 k eA
S CrFstobol. E SALEkFOR SALE a. i., March 12.4 1953, an4d O hnthen orooii% o..S




F streetfpublicly opened, for furnishta. ingTel. Apartmmus e W pek and orN OSeral eie b,
O R eSal E state W ANTED:e -- on s3-0696.RTho -ai









ties in Bogota. Colombia 570.000 O ogplant tol, equipment. abor, ser- L .2IVING Deialoorat e
|- -- -- _ntance I, h..
r PANAM f am O a eks employment as nurse $15.00.d dolFOR SAE: -AKC R terms serious per s, Bufurnished. i
teOF R A ST homas, Puppies. Telepho nen Arbok 3270. m9 l o 72 abigtBbo aom,,obaairola,".fa .i mn





Forle banners d advance receed pupntils, a proner of another I onal- eicotions nd drawings. Thte i 1. P dpinagm ththt --i- hl

E 1069d ane .7-A oblo fo a c en o third coun- RSoE wl b weel f e 33 u o lai 3 je f D l d
16A .1953 .fcioftther Contra ct ad in -m d i o lr





the offc uerntendent of Store- Spo aman official s turned within 40 lender day of room with re s thre beo e



(Cod tinedo o ans for p speti DisaiEnsAd ,tonalMrs3
Dot b S re o n R(- th l ou s omeneand no539. onc lling tlephone6 LMi t




ow City. S ale will in UP ntA cu e 2n hit orh y o f wtand v6- Cr .. . A o $ 20 oImRA) frNo"to1..'
,i writr of s Ote and gr cin sonR8 s pcied abl 's L ber t w e r a or Sealed bids triplic hill i bet- f nrde& 1 I
admitted today that the r cal r Phone afte-er 4:00 p. m. 83- e te n 7:00 and office9:00 p. of Hheur En- e




E cortur a protest against racial ra thienlce o ahrdicu- etl ---u frMay MaIS
with f .4ull prtc ul ars m be secur .t 'iP. Box 669 Curunl u, C. in nd n re trt
in the offices of SUDeri sten iaentoft nill Cne 4a0a lendor daysla Ba-lnb arB" 1roI S aee b a'





t oreferes.anotheH osngMer th-e are.D-al An1*M of .nsan
Geoga at L iso l FOr SL o.atos PF and 19 ComHhinhaoy S ti ia fe wees 'ra
F S-LE 0 BHS:A-r e- B o a t & "M o to r s plan t. tools. @Wjipm ent, labor, ser- M O D M N lede r lt 1 rfti,,H ErRitS mo c to eif
tinsinBogota. Colombia,.$70.000r
















frh ouseaer.e i aRSEdo desa f G andmmaterials, bu andforpr -. t.MO.etrit s
o e s -4 H. P. 60 Cycle mo- fnrmin If k for Relaing of .aa
ctile or coffee form In the in- lo r w- r ure ii l r 1nn-b
tenue No 159,hat telephone a. .oura- Ci Z tllAed diy a e sonsf oie coufe tel n n I ilni ig
Fr-. 'anae. UK Won't Trade o.rkhMa bep i oo a c el d from theranh or a- J
r.nhed Vodeeer adear ,D. cl. ,,e o- i ,n..h ,,
L thEaS S 0 l t .d Ntfict. eolai he oPass1)ote ltction Division.-Rom st A g 336, Bol-0 Af
Atin Ts ad thin A d 'boh Heights C(T lepaone2m ad 3W- 9 -I 6A.
MRS ROMERO'S PRACTICAL SPAN- Instan ce in history of on o y-3739.Ardtf .0 T ,m dili;' | to 4Bf l--uu, il t le H ^,,I.!!









writoe6er o81.SAuthePardtic sons 4Ho wI mcan2am LBaut thhOW
ISH CONVERSATION LESSONS ermtenta pthe ou erlng nto T nge w for.ch ase l 1 h
Fcor .toe .a pros aganda tva rncd l u apio.dro tho r .is ftr on.,- g wl 'f be curo d forec spset of N D. .OO =,.M.
Estudpant e St. 77-A. two blocks itn for & citizen Of a th rd c e ore ed f g s Openy-M d




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lis dontrThe like It att'ios adt-e re wT n gs a11r em a-. o:UiW. LqO
t menmanth wicalse Stunong Idouw oit hn 40c-lay v 4easse' .
ter Robert nteraci4:marYouby r ouh d e
ta ede and t oree dom OfSandersWANTED Meo .1 a. 1...e1s
;I e rS n the life Of Lee Mengf. el Me e eo loty4 5 .



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buial, with Rich arn s Rodgerah seai Cowifhars C
ATLnoNT uhch 2 c udero he sesit ugso o PtE' .A.. onre, BellVisa, VistaAler,


f ,a r ,n t rPand ic sietenwo u 4' sd a Jbro
writeraof"S south Pacific"tsoRs fht ed.l t far or GoANrHelpes. Ca llPanam a3- r-t 1 .



he PAred today t the musicaler h 4702 between7:00a nd 9:00 p. m. 6: lo
coti a b irs prot e ste e racdel Thsee o twrt ....t.... ..u o: Luif t Up Yoro Hea ts T




eStte HouInveaoonfo Rpresen. .r ?aimthe, i
n e udtce and said If two Geo rgla Wyes ....... m.. .. ,.-ais m b
ar oddl. ma.e.o people whsedarue --L.) M T
aki tors don't shake It ytuv t'-T Rposed =VonleJ d ,- ",e,,to* Dr.
t be tammhtbefreteinw thtoo7
the lyr i ls for the p todu-ple .. your at' bitll b avo e
S with R tchard Rodgers wasd scWsr NDO calle theoftI-dL
simm.eretopnwin th o t*h1O :1-m.
P4 D h rl farm in Doylishown, Pa.,se dih sictrm eldntati3 PrlttojP L -
athg a"t'i no undercover propa-atemberst Ota death labnP-era al. hIl-

oi us stht olentauh uree nurnedithumbs down an .."'IeTs
con' ins a bitterarrence tod- ft. a ing i' t.0-awIdmatLift u 'p Pt ',l"+ T pa r 0 .
race,,alpbrejudice. Adn u...eedOff.- w or To ,.

"You hat c got to be taught to eerState Houe of Represen ,M.el,- W e1 k






be afradof s people whote eyes y klededan-
am oddly ntde, of people whose 1oI1i-e W eastol, Crldof Or)T.it eiva larlim, I'" FA
skinIs a different shade...byou'. "
i wot to be taught before It's too ohe Senate rejebted.then"cnti-GO own the
rebativesh ate." (Cod right 19u-Adrian McLell.f IIr- USE--1 Sm the 044"1"11 bewbi"lit, ll , 'll v "-the a lO I,
ehardRodgerstandcOmmented tscatr lkthedatkoikwYned
S. meratein I II. ",plul has q""at'do111M.".J:1.
aog, said the southern p protest !.tinn basZ 1II 1 i--
Srof okeeved z heard."a"How mow lawsTaWpaeo h av
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United Press Sports Writer

NEW YORK, March 3 (UP) aimed at teachif the kids
Hey, kids, want to be a big Americanism.
league star? I teaches them though par-
hlrind -up thm .aopn .will be tidlpation In the truLn
here for the mian Leon's game baseba ll" -ation-


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h kids. Among them and others
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IsA of tomorrow.

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Second heat (6 laps): Magan,
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ConUMIlao Meo (g Ilap):
White, 1; Conneel, 2; Prutmman,
3. Stayton Mell
Final event (10) laps: Con-
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Baton, 4. i ell Magan
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NEW YORK. March 3 (UP) -
"Marvelos Mat" WimelM has
lived up to his nitckame at the
Knights of Colnahus Iader
games In New Terk.
Whktfield, ehibiting both
speed and conditioning, warmed
up by winning the g-yard ru
In the fastest time ever poted
In Madison Square Garde, then
returned to set two world re-
ords as he won the 6W-yard
event.
Whitfield's time in the MI
was one minute, be and nine-
tenth Feconds. Bis one-nine-
and-five-tenths In the, 4 shat-
ters John Borican's olW world
mark and his looking of one
minute, two and nine-tenth see-
ondg for 00-metees of the dis.
lanee also is a new mark.
Vil nova senior Fred Dwyer
n bbhi indoor record to mine
saht Is he wen the Cofia-
lan mile in four minulna 11
and eight-tenth sends. Har-
Dl Isad also kept a strong
going when he n th
6ard high hurdles to ane
ama w-taenth s seea It's Di-
ke" JMth straight Indoor win.
j iUehards cleared U feet
Sthe th time when he won
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FIU AL STADOS
p AaE r Totals
Amador X0 7me.
Braas Brook UL% 7334
Fort Davis' W
Summit Hills 140 614

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Score In $100,000 Handicaps
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ARCADIA. Calif.. March 2 and one quarter in two minute%
(UP) A surge down the back- one and one-fifth seconds.
stretch... a hang-on drive to It marks the first time Calu-
wire... and Calumet Farm's met Farms has been able g1
U"Mrk-Ye-Well" has put a new a winner in four trim at the
trophy In the Calumet tack 8 ant a Anita Handicap, ad
room. boosts Mark-Ye-WelWS total
The hard-running four-year- winnings to almost $408,000.
old, with steady-handed Eddie
Arcar at the reins, raced to a At Hialeah Saturday. 'kttasght
narrow victory In the $135,000 Face' raced to a length ana a
oanta Anita Handicap Saturday. half victory In the
It's the second $100,000 victo- Stakes, the richest three-wm-
ry In a row for Mark-Ye-Well. old event In turf histh y. a -
and gives Calumet a sweep of Bay Gem" ran second and
Santa Anita's three big races "Tribe" was third. Straight raw.
the Maturity, the Derby and the piloted by Ted Atkinson. ht
Handicap. ho Oreentree Stables a pOe Of
$116,400.
Artaro took the favored Mark.- "Smoke Screen." a four-yar-
Ye-Well to the top of the field old gelding, won by three-Bo*-
of six In the backstretch, with ters of a length In the $61
pace-setting "First Glance" run-. Leteller Handicap a t 7air
ning second. "Trusting" circled Grounds.
"Intent" and closed with a rush,
paling First Glance and coming
within a scant head of stealing OCEAN DRIVE
the victory from Mark-Ye-Well.
FIrst Glance wound up third. Hialeah, Fla. (NrA) Ocean
The win was worth $97,900 to Drive, a seven-year-old usnd as
Mack-Ye-Well, who paid 3.50. a lea4 pony last year, is baq~t.t-
$2.70 and 2.40, and ran the mile Ing at Haleah. ,


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AUGUSTA, Ga., March 2 ,UP' "Let the people know th truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln. dvr th~t he wr
President EisenhoweL' ound affopn tget '
himself in temporary possession n n latesb-p, th -ta" .NU
of a two-month-old baby ves- TWENTI-EI(;1l II YEAR. PANAMA. R. F., MONDAY, MARCH 2, 1953 W C war. *
terday. u a .Th gmled -o te, l*
Before playing a last round of; e d wa. ched to a r
golf and returning ic Washing- the challenge
ton from his Georgia h oiday.., allNt
tlw President and Mri. Eisen-, United 8* UN or.
hower attended services at th h10 AtomucBursts Schedueth
Reid Memoria 1 presbyterian the Korean
As they emerged from the ett dW V

: In Forthcoming Nevada Tests s-
church. Mrs. Aubrey Rhodesdam
came out of a crowd of several them. -
hundred persons and esked the In tishmornin .lA d.ti t
Chiei Executive if he would bp ittmOrmilen.
willing to pose for a picture with e todhathe e afil
erOkay," Mr. Esenhower said WASHINGTON, March 2 (UP. sons they will witness are ex- com ttee.
Okay, Mr., Eise rThe largestt number of atomlc pected to rivW the mightiest of o Rdoso. he boaped his a
hereupon Mrs. Rhodes plop- .-xploslons ever set off in a test the 1952 series. Dr ea DeOtee o l e T .ie Pol i. ta
ped two-month-old Aubrey. Jr. series will mark new U.S. experi- There also Is action that St off the
into the a r m of the amazed ments at the Nevada proving so-called tactici alse weapons, a .. a
President. grounds this spring, informed in addition to the military shell, In Prce Decontrol Line
He appeared rather stiff as he sources reported today, may be tested.
h infant while flash bulbs Present plans call for 10 atom- The first .xioeannset for -0ii
News photographers, bCo kedtoh bebytle wor' anerbefore bypricelfderrinosephAUHNouTONrn
h tehehed ofMay. f ?hiaS ,ne .oa Tea Wans Soutmern
by members of the congregation, s hedlewille the world's ra nd It elt sed by -Price controls probably will be before by price stabilizer JToem
werer Le to get pictures only odfirsti dt artillery shell fir- overnmet eInim i Includ- taken off beer. r oud, tohe' ". A .n,
wfter th e President handed the l d from the Anny's unew 2 nd civil defe A represents- diaper services and almost all ILast month's last-minute de-
afteru.theThPresidenterrndedthe esn closu asoftheother consumer Items in the cion to decontrol copper aInd
baby back to the mother, ebm. ates u and th e- tnsile. e next wes or informed aluminum prices dictated byof-l hd
The baby's father, who at- wesns Woill be fired Just once Prpes.r lextweekdor 50.sthevofficeaofaD, espee since ToAp2 (Ue UP)
du Tg exere Desert Rock V. Despite strong ts about the sours aid today. the Office o Deene Mobiia-



Bt hel Rober .nae7, ubsa o odslsonewcopercatee ?n.,nr.re ST ,Th r unce n el tenw m
tempted to capture the big moe- T entative date for firing the atomic cannon from the artillery The list undoubtedly will In- also may complicate m- Te tver
- ,nt for his family with a box rs ta the them
Scamper ha hs Is the end of May but schoolatorti la. the ude household appliances hsuch te they sas. that mwfo team onea t
ae, had his roll of film de the Atomic Energy Commission Army has kept ment about It as s toves and refrigeratotrs. Tat action may mean Re e adne o I
imay he shot his picture too hids made r that all test de- here laundry, dry-cleaning and line steel and automobile prices will laurels toa r.




Looking around atclhe tate o.tetdehr Brlwon la a saysr o T gover a pushing agist clgn he recod e
iayttle ley wasbcto no eNars wil dependonsweath- b services, and possibly hardware have to ip decontrolled sooner tte ,a ni y 'a w t
late. Little Aubrey wa tos back n ate 0otios It dpe o at o will not confirm officials and ot batch of Industrial goods. than planned. title nipgt at stin
i mother's arms. er condltions.
other'suarms.u The other nine bluras tsunderd MJ. leonl.A.M. Harper' o dmi- Price offlciser look for al-e it will be "very difficult" to olpe PW O*. y h
Afer the President returned present lans, wll lnlu, seven closure that two of the 11-nh increases to follow decontrol of keep steel under price lids with-ty ool








I e presen tppianss, awi8lroo-. wll rciat w specled th one whe p-yMa pora dean {S i
baby to its motherhe con- from high towers and two wea- guns will be sent to Nevada. beer. bread, coffee and the aer- out the two other metals, off- Ml lch i
tnue through the crowd with n s dropped from bombers. Harper Is commander at Fort vices. o bals said. especally since copa bState i ,w
i ltoohTen explosions would led to A month ago the center'sion- Government per prices werie re mat u three o our The
ButiEthel Robertson age 7. substantially theo total of atomic newspaper,..The Cannoneer, re- They are uncertain a bopt cents a pound Ismediately after nshhed l" with6o ,
intercepted hole at go te siore detonationssince the Hiroshima sealed preparations were under hikes on the major houslold begin eth roe . Reid fttern of








parthe for Washington around ofg dctl -e----*.o.g
ntherc a os e ho dsru Ind y S was dwnre c iy for testing the guns. appliances which also lInlUde Freehiat has predicted that two risor tone aLn






thelal to aep o nds the capital at the d nd B to the 4ew Arthr B r t wehd yen w andrye a3 m l
Best imats. are ta t hati ay s ly dhwashers, freezers, hot k ater auindtr1y and dry-eanig mark. .e ..id .t .-.
Mrs. naanEisenhower"I drownamed m th have been 38 u hiher- thated ate at shell w u be heaters, irnert and .drler and charges wgil up 10 er cent. backs rke ime t .'1 Lf






itd yesterday while trying to upt In New York City" teu sar th th es. bt o th- wt to we ama u
Lave a boy in around at thebrillo. Federal agent, us. m ana. with her, a t et y abra he clear Bread and beer 'rict are break it mr
Th child wa later pulled out and WaneBrsh ton poe ed i Balb M trn Th ne gove Tt a pushing glt ceins now, he re coi t a
thoan water safelyowd, the Rev. mltarhe others were Arican-at be Stone Mckey ra young w a w try to holda'ece said. Milk has gone up n sme --51s ewet, w a.hic
Reid MemoriaM said jocuzl lasto r of g D E.liitok a,,d No np tl o cou14 be oM- ld on automobiles and possib areas in e decontroL .:23.1.
ReJuan rancisco Castro, 66 was ltoIneved toa. tanned todaythe bifor the fact that home-heating fuel l in the Price .oals they
his cong of sever "I wanl children .Fifty-three whoesa two gun wil" -be at the spring Northeast somewhat lmg er. pect prices of -rauila n Mre1 a
yesterday mortday, andear the set dermt and users of rc lud.wire while only one atomle fir- All other consumer coffee to jumpS .soon _asC- c,
ee held-1, ...ae..ic...esat8.".at least 10 battalions o.... g d B PlS.ed. ready have been decontr In nto herd a9 "1 t_. d. -The
element. of Buenos Alire, in the seized. More than $10000 n cash Twaspeculated that one the step-by-stt wa written prr am-. tm tl
gCanal Zonews tesa. oe of the w. id g e r e exp- miht ee a a spare, or that sn reported Ite Te p l te..t h f rl













One 6 t boys, Francisco de more than a score of cations. Tom and Diana would probably -e weigh ahor for w had 0laone o n"l b ut It r
the President2 who, lived with the quanties of heron and ealand, and thater testAmae was on hodsr w byAprily hme to te t do, a ,
tooiner ell frohm a Or inted the or theater friends had word that Mon- ovetnmed anotherice asour ve n may ln thea t 5013 B. a






water. nce the boy could not The sweep was s month in from Galapags to Tahiti, but after that her coe w ty and W
strokes, the farmer sudde son who high explosives.. tresd that l-mi. . .
parting d under the est of The house of one of the T ame to















Ste water. .n 1. on narcotics . ,. the atolls, a strip cora a few thie-s had been put at or charted the pa M V a
e-arcofficers RmackIthelv-
diately. Meanwhile the capital at the weMn d and aboard the sueeneir Arthoo Rome sa at wnhil b sheen. ,Ve 4' -8a0*l -
SGr na boy n farmer drown-ut of the h atrave comleading throughiher th- tgged at-herslga.otff a b-oar TMe ondewastMMu t e ras












w.ter by th other children. He Port of a.Y.-mainls from Italy of coral boulders ran in to spotless and gay with ter wea rtbl rt SB
ed yenoery while trying to. d Turkn Newy-orh ty an the beach and fo among the palm matofthe bedspreads ad g e u awa a 'aiwe g F'
S sThave a boy in the Rio Chlibrllov- Federa agents, from Red hinal by trees bt course atualy abe pardus. lena 'we" f. inlv4 a. ._












Teed to about teni ieet of water way of Hon Kong. palm frond rools of native. When. we woke thAtg0 a 00 .I n epreP d t
er child was later pulled out and W ashington pole d n a w we Tmorning laa lIfew ha-42 1bn; theA t .a i 1. alE
of te water safely. mileortstary precision at ta be- Stone Nlk higs, a young wemr astil at tbe 11* u wept .W 1.. '
s Francisco Castro. 66, was lived to be the biggest te was t t ll f ere nd t rip to M ba-
a appare ntly supervising the:ty's histo.ry. and.. 1.. CuaLor hthelnihae a uthor o V m rmdtg t ._.
swimming of several children WFifty-three wholesalqs. ed- Und pe o S ple wh an atolegraphlel ameout of as si. hV W Go o fs







tlent. Buenos Aires, In the seized. More than $ in cash F he following article about the trip wasntte W
yesterday mornn near the set-rdpers and users of the cT.were yeo rl
Canal raids ed~m the ron ; yefol "he Panaman ei c namen. report Wel U 1..- 0 :,r.&Va
one 6f t., boys, Francisco de more than a score of locations. Tom and Diana would probably be weighing anchor feor,..m h d bedato wu- '
... GXW1*a, 1, who lived with the .is Quantities of heroin and Zealand, and thateAmal ewas onaher way home tothe 8as. the dog, wa r ..
frmer fell from a log Into the lter arcotics were takep. Other friends had word that Mikeyr thumbed anotehr.. oven n tla,
swim, Castro jumped in to helpthe planning. Leading _It was charted. oenoIc A
him.' After wimming several Treasury agent Leroy W.Motri- (This ls the second of two pas g1L
strokes, the farmer suddenlvyson who arrested the late ntor-
Spreared under the surface lIM9WaxV.e, ordon In New York Ias shne of the largest of The houseofeo f tethe The timecme to. ,
oi in'1951 on narcotics wa .Io, the atolls, a strip of coral a few ehlefa had been put at obr h re the pass -__








ead wdnted o ie se isposIalote nig= W
because the water was soGordon died in Acatr indredsyardwid or the night. eek awecould And i
muddy, he could not be located[ Federa narcotics cd ikler in parts to six or eight feet, on me as your father," he baI"A-t. eha"eL As -"- -
hdately. Meanwhile. the diHarry.J. Anll.er said narc t surrounding aloon ore "what in this h,
was pulled out of thhaveben ipt h than thirty miles long. A Jetty yours. We found the *rNbl ow jg r "at* e
w, ter by th other- children. He port of N.Y.& ta of coral boulders ran In ato spotless and gay with Maid- t W e ztb 1U e5II. :
suffredno. ..andTurkey-andRSan.the beach and among the palm made bedspreads and lshgt thelifet"
bodyina by trees of a little church an the pareur ". _u ,-
ered in about ten feet of water way of Hong Kong. palm frond roofom f native. Whe, we awoke 'thpre. e .t tk
after a lapse of about 15 min- Iuts. morning a few hardytuc",er,"-
utes, bqt all efforts at resuscita- Balbo" .InpHao 'we camr e closest to were still at t paM e sp
oa were unsucesfuL the gay simple life that had mouldering embers -
The body was transferred to High Low oe d ti
th before camewitemandcme ro s
theGorgas Morgue where an5:2 a.m............ 1135 a e the white bman cam o
aUeM Wa.ueu ro1o"P.M........ 56p.m.with his drink ad his dL- theiwa
We found people who lived .the came .
Sfor today, for ettl gthe mlis-the b wteaw
fortunes of yesterday and ig- tgae
noring the problems of tonhor-t ted iv
rohrow; people whose main desire pnlan nas. u ,L
was to offer hospitality to the IndovIdl w_,
"r td traveller without any thought naming w "
a i r ed s m e .t k o ab n strolling am ong the huts of the then W e
ba eabvillage, of fs hins og n the reef very.hut-g
from canoes with line and "sord
spear, and of searching for Is t""
glossy shells on the lip of the.baek



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