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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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:01522
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX
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The Mell Box Is an open forum for readens of The Panea An
Ia. Ltters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly co
dentlal manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear
aext day. Letters e are published in the order received.
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as oprni
S. expressed in letters from readers.
SINK 'EM ON THE SAND BARS
SINK 'EM ON THE SAND BARS


CrisLobal C Z.


Sir:


It appears that A.M.B. is either a lobbyist for a junk syndici
or local agent for a salvage outfit. Or maybe he figures the Can
Company can make more money dealing in scrap iron than
collecting tolls, and he may have a point there. But he kee
mentioning Naval ships and Navy skippers. I recall one fell'
name of Brown, I believe.
This superior type shipmaster. with hundreds of willi
stooges available, eager to do his bidding. studied his chart "1I
eating buoys, beacons, ranges, special markers, channel depi
current and condition of tide "
Then, since he could handle his own ship better than a:
pilot, he imperiously waved aside a Norfolk harbor pilot, ai
nonchalantly ran the might battleship Missouri into some sol
stick and charted mud. where the charted depth of water w
much less than the Missouri's draft.
If you're an ex-Navy stiff. A M B.. better make It paper dol
Crossword puzzles would throw you.
Keep 'Em Afloat.


Dinner Date


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I1 Corn on the
S 4 Source of veal
* 8 Scottish shirt
12 Imitate
1 "13 Medley
N t14 Wings
S15 Knowledge
116 Peritoneum
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18 Foes
20 Comforts
S 21 Physician
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122 Algerian
seaport
24 Pace
26 Give forth
27 roast of
beef
130 Entry
1,32 oon goddess
14 Names
S135 Expunger
, i36 Editors (ab.)
' '37 Green
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5 Toward the
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lodging place 33 Classical
'3 Ascends language
24 Entrance in a 38 Reach for
fence 40 Fruits
25 Sour 41 Eats


42 Ireland
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46 Flower
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Comment

S There may beomu of t .. "
grun slon the p ore L.
Sent--but not on. L. -.
Lewis' front.. Automalle a ""
are sputtering In the coal 4 a
fields again. t ,v N s
No Hatfleld-McCoy sItuff. ont ... S
some lone KentueLy hill. A *i
real shooting war-dynamite, t
ambush, roving squads, base-
m. ball-bat brigaae and even A
nfl- paraplegic casualties oin the
edge of Kentucky and Penn-.
the .yivanla urban communities.
Autos have been filled with' "
bullet holes. Cars have been
overturned. P ic k e t a have ai
ions charged at mine owners and
usually mild-mannered family ." ,-a
men who operate tome of the a Of mS USS Aes s
non-unionized pits have, fired
at Lewis' squaos. Some of the
Mine Union organizing brigades 9
nave come as far ps 160 miles
to hit at the non-union coal
fields.
John Lewis ii in trouble. The
ate coal industry Is sick. Jobs are nS..ek. S 59'
nal off. Sales are off. lBId, he B 1 alll.
in There's been a 27, per cent "He la
ps drop in the over-all produc- Na-'hrd . -!
ow tion of coal. As sales tobog- i" e tie
gan, prices go down and the, . We..h 1
higher priced union mine sufa- ). ... e
ng iar from the competition of Uts another 4 e wor
.o- the pits which can survive on- hOt4bhlot ap&II 4,f.
th, ly it they 'don't' pay union If dpot bSet
scale-and don't pay the Unit- him." a.t.
lny ed Mine Workers' 40-cen -a-
nde ton tax into the unieh we are
id, fund. f r .". . .
as Slowly John Lewis' gre- t ."'' '"'"
, uaI-wl-,th ais M m ass"vI ' ......., M
"tresry of 14- t..4 ,000, 4 i ...B. .
is being hrmt lewly It it
coal fields. eb walg"y I 1
eunlue amll n nma a ne. .W,-
I industried ,..s Miei
SB Workers otv .ta . W ...
per cent i t ke la fuel .....- m"- .....-37 _- .
uned in l Mieindyen, i
Less than 350 i eeJat of the
~ coal due In Oi u nlon- ,Loveiotn- N t
More than 90 per cent of the
a .al dug In central Pennsyl-/B r
irea-is dug by non-uonBoly
,rcnt otheorfend-Atoona .- ._..
.rcentof -he men in that WASINNGTON." .-I blame v _and a l. Nancy said she hd e4d Mathews said
rea's pits. silive Senator for whatever igrtcofts this thot could be arrang.b 0
Heavy tonne com o dispatch may have about pr4ted love tnsts hesaid, yes, but sM ed husband. Mathews
Heavy tonnage coming out mom-thand Voice of Areic ..d tat am could e OelOut. ,,
of Kentucky is also non-union. olre ofeAericaw "Ihd t dt acu'ene ut.
mankeyth, as shi e told the hsu 'e bd story of hercetnows,'W lto 'r
In ac.... ich..sa. l a first 4 y at work inethe Fre section of the litltheend brlove D
onr~.sig, Wn ,.. % Voig, VocesNew York office. of the morning..01 th3
.. ..id a tu, m ,,. of,-ews w V e b-o rk- e. . of the T'V cam eras were ,, bpen o $3)it 19. a, .
dmkicked carp"et. Conready, too, to carry her every gesture ;o the far b :..whe M Mh '.
k ic k ed u n d er th e ca rp e t. C oa l l n.s of t h e l a n d ,.5%t /* 1
is dug and the price paid for of the lovely and. a Ph.D.1eot* t- wan e I.
It at the freight cars a Pool- vie-st&r face and figure, be h her I an dbi he t
S landdiwvidedhamo e men*interview across the desk fro Troup Mathews. tal I Iliut .e.
oTe pi .'r i ad oe the man who'was to be her.e u .-Aid
his i the oldc lpecadrone t ielo upl s wa e sito t a ". .. ..l.P

ha ghntWhoa," 4 tnt.,t d one-'e tle
divide the.o taU o an rad ran.JoehX.McCat
To bolster the fight offthe adair'"ItI
ways unbeatable union, tadl- Mifno hDthpobediently carg'iluiTo
tionale teotrta t and never di n od return to it, on or off TV.f e S
tonally the most mlitant In I-224t"y th-."pe, b lnleayoung- u o w
command tog ether for a tra- dreA of thils lad" .) o
Legy ession In Washington last PoMoee'An butr he "Lt-
What.thy .reaW.d ar.oget. my mamaoan a.An*
Is not yet out ouof the closed tcul1r a dmdI Letet Fuellen
Walot theyttrelyd deride n-o.;qs' a o-1a t I r ,
conference room. But ebvi- Sa .
sly hottheysid Kntuckt-he -of .record).that..-ot NhWIWITS
melee in Grahsofni, PA., where to no inat -f.in an old Dutrdel. Mathewsore
,heir organizer was shit in Nancy ts IheSIie ed wmheninI'the chlU- .th.WitU.laim Wa ___i__"
S a ,,h d..'ec- .- ,. l,- -' "Cami'gN!r
the stommeb-;andl theJfus- an e p.*uptogfulto a e Jo
Hce Inss Jbulyremnd pe,


rownell hal lashendIt the the
green light manthNI'tedoea M
But LewisIsever thaJe master
olateg ist, andthep old gray .e-. ". ,
nane still covers la tbor's most wTrrAr

waeny as4ilt. -5 k..
h oas ihed He war of nterver lad .he" '-Ot If



tha heopans to rejoui the .lo."e
Hew has subtly rine d pso manl g h a'1.. ,.-
asyn ho man t, uste asth e l- .-.N>'
das bras etona in mioht. the of m. d
room with thei M.powerful mntere d.


launhed bldat te rejoin ooe While .


Easy. for a o in some' fauld b e that iyou"-


wks. Could brnd e nolting *lu hes la ..


But there was one more T'e0 C"
stroke by the master. At a "AMMsI.
special labor-management con- Phem
ference with Labor Secietary w'."b'
Durkin recently, wlm sud- 33'".
deny let himself be s en e8" n."
eral times e ait l ngad talking kp.-
friendly-ke with GCIO prt-
dent Walter Reuther.
The red-he has r qeewd.
to none as 2o ret ofwLI
verbal said Eve. Zrp Ilk.,
bor and busiadge leader. In UM .*
romknow tOat lawls.n
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Junks hanteur lftor


his ualoM Is hurt, be !can .
ways Join CIO.And abe hMe
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argo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arriva f and Departures


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fI1Ity Trauaiting Budnick; Mr. pnd Mrs. Jack K
iAToay- Cmpbel!: Mr. anid lts. Bpenr
The Waterman Line ship mln Chisholm; Mr. and Mrs
"anipldep City" is transiting the John B. Clark: Edgard Cogg-
Canal today bound for Europe. shall; G D. Colithorn; Gretcher
*The 4.000-ton ship will stop M. Cruickshank: Marion C. Cut-
irst at Miami where five pas- ler: Sewall Cutler: Helen DiGul-
)enders will debatk. lio; Mayo B. Doyne; and Frances
The Golden City arrived here Epstein
yesterday with a general cargo. Mr. and Mrs Paul Fahey; Mr.
.rom the Hawaiian Islands. nd Mrs Norman. W. Pranseen
; Payne and Wardlaw are local rnd daughter; Mr and Mrs. W.
Agents for the ship. C. Franklin: Mr. and Mrs
-- 'James A Fraser; Cr.dman Fred-
Presidentof Grace Line, ericks; Mr and Mrs. Chark;
Pnagra, Passing Through Gerrity; Mr. and Mrs. Thomc=
Peter Grace. nresldent of W. M. Gooding; Robert B. Green-
Grace ard Co. In New York ough: MlAand Mrs. George Her-
vhich includes the Gra'e Line man. Mr,' and Mts. Melvin D.,
rnd Paupera. arrived in Panem.a Hildrath: VreJanl R. Hollowell;
as': night from Obaterb.l.. Ross It Ho.owe1ll: Mr. and Mrs
comnanyvbig him tis 'hrles Wesley Howard; Mr. and Mrs.
Wilson, former Defense Mobtltz- ,rank J. Hudon and two chil-
eI who is now cornc-ted with drop; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kap-
,ti&f Grace Comoanv. 1 ln: and Mr, and Mrs.. Allen
Eoth Grace ad' Wil-on nlan 8o' Keefer.
ite todev for Barranauilla on a Mr. and Mrs Charles Leff;
5iir business io,, .retittirog Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lifte4; Den-
ere Friday. nis B. Maduro: Mr. ahd MrS,,
Arthur L Milligan; Mr. andl
neon To Sail Saturday Mrs. Howard E. Moore; Mr. and;
Vith 117 Patsengers Aboard Mrs. William Nicolal and son;1
Mr. and Mrs. Melvin D. Hil- Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Owens:
reth, of Washington, D.C.. are Mr. and Mrs. H. Judd Payne;
imong the 117 passengers sched- Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Posllico; I
led to sail Saturday morning on Bernard Rappaport: Steven J.
,he Panama liner Ancon, accord- Rocker: Mr. and Mrs. Normanl
ne to the advance passenger list. E. Rocker; Rose Rosen; and
U1drethi is a member of the Kate Rosenberg.
Board of Directors of the Pana-1 Mr. and Mrs. Burton Sage:i
p*a Canal Comnanv and is mak- Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin J. Saw-
Ing his first trip to the Canal yer; H. Virginia Schad; Mary M.
Zone since his anpointment to, Schad: Alice Sears; Adelia J.
the Board late last year. Shacklett; Madalynn C. Shack-
The Ancon is sailing north-ilett; Mr. and Mrs. Julius Slber-
)o0ind one day late this week. It field; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan 811-
sailed two dayslate on its south- ver; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur F.
bound schedule because of the Simpson; Charlotte G. South-
holiday on Washington's Birth- wick: Evelyn S. Sternberger;
Ip- Bessie 8. Streeter; Marguerite
-ht of the 117 Dasseneers Tricot; Mr. and Mrs. Gustave
aiFrif Saturday are to debprk Vachtel and daughter: Mr. and
n Haiti. These are the first lo- Mrs. Franklin P. Walton: Mr.
al passen-ers for Port-au-Prince and Mrs. Robert 8 Waters; Mr.
since the Haitian service was re- and Mrs. Jack Weinbreg: Mr.
umed. The ppspengers hooked and Mrs. L. W. Whitton; and
for Haiti are Mrs. Edith M. Arthur Yesley.
hristian and ranighter. Mr. and
frs. Srnard Fisber, Mr. and Wolf Hunt
Mrs.-W eird-.Goldmpn and Mr. EDINA, Mo. (UP> -Sh.iftrr
pnfr MiLt.-snomel.Waldman. Queen gets his wolf bounty
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Houehold AAutomobiles "e yo Il f 1 Oceanside cottae Santa
OUBe- Write Al~eliele eAree 1Wf C.ra. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
FCR SALE Co,-ch. p.ano, beds. FOR SALE:--Plymouth De Luxe 4- e20 -- Ae&g .. Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-167j. .
tvpewr.ter. ,roning machine 25 coor sedan, 1949,now po DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical CIni t S Cr oc
cycle r.'.ofolonv furniture and good transportation, $340001DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical ClIniC. l I-.Sa.ilaw&Ib eaci h
Msce.,longous houneild effects dowo and drive it away from M. A. Central Avenue K Sira cornrt. e, elgh. Electric e I.e e. .son "'
House 6. 3rd S. New Crstobl. Powell S. A. Colon. Telephone 2-3479, Parrna, Ui*os ts5, Per o ,e or
Tel. 3-1419, from 7 e. m. to 10 HavIng money troubles? See6e us -P FOR S -.
-- E'ct player * -*fore dlspo!ing of your used car. Wpllwm.*) 5rg
table fan General Electric. cheap, Auto-Row No. 29. 'el. 2-4721.- .82 bedroonI ms!re t tlio.
excellent condtSon. 45th 5,. No. 7. Panamin. Sealed b iin trlipliacte, will be re- W raes nglller '0s.
-xelApt c. ,1 s- FOR SALE Chryr Widsor ceived in the, office of the En- except week-endSN
FOR SALE-Dnrgroom mahogan Luxe, duty paid 4-door sedan, ineerlg and Crstion Dire:or. Fumi:hed houses ON PACH Iat
COuarrermlAer table. 5,deboard. six. I I, light blue pc.nt. ridlo, seat Panama Canal CatNilny. Balboa Santa Clara. Phone S albn 1389
chars. .00. Wlsnghouse re- covers. WSW tires. very clean car. Height Cznal Zone, Litil 10:00 or see caretaker.
fricerarr. $5.00. CWstinghouse re- Drive it away for ..00 down a m.. Marchh 12.--19 3rtnd thest n
tr^ -^gerroicr, 5000, Co spotr- M publicly opened. for f Drnishing all F RE
frige.aror 6 r.ohogany chairs $30. Lt M. A Powell S. A.. Colon.- public oened. far .wrrishing al R t5
C.%"er$6 0.khn t plant. too',. eqipm t, labIchor, ser- F
00. .cl.er $65 00. kitchen table FOR SALE -1952 &urck Super R.- vices, and rr.ater al', pnd ,for per- Houel
nd chairs $20.00 L.ttcework vier with Dynl.ow,. radio, E-Z forming all work for Rblaying of
House 47 New Cr'.robal. phone 3- eye glass. Call ClntiCn 7246, from Tile Fcofs for QuL-t rs 'Buildrngs FOR RENT'-Furnished chalet, two ,
1764. Dr F. L. Alcxao.ti. 7-4. at B.-'"0. Canal Zone.'Copies of bedrooms. large eflo,itirroce, with Iuamsps u"u. S A.
FOR SALE -3 P. modern sectional FOR SALE. Ford V8 Club Coupe soeci i tonss and dr;.inga for the jefigerator, stove WsisNng ma-
coach. like new. platform ro:ker. 1949, black part. very good trans- work may be altaolled from the hlne. Phone 3-2466 n the after- ipin lg. movinI. te al.
plastic upholstered ard studio portation, good ie:. radio, only office of the .itc and In- jon .jon. We k dL Orate Or Fflwe
couch Tel Poncma 3,26 32500 down at M. A. Pwell specHn Dvi:ion R 33 9 anything. Phone 2-2451.
FC 5S-AL-E- 25 cycL-ret-rgerator A. Colon. oo Heights (Tepne -3739 ,OR RENT:---b3 a.edroom chalet. Snythln, "Ph
C ALE -25 r aor or 2-26981. A do:It of $2C.00 b ms, bar. terrce, off
.548-1 Daba Hgs' FOR SALE 76 C.d:mobile Sedan will be rcqutrqd o e qh set of 109. 12th streetPailla. Imm.an
OR SAL---All :opes of refrigerators 1949, duty paid, in perfect con- speci cal.ors artn oraring... The 1dia9. 12th streetoccupancy. Telp Imme-2643
S25 cycie Terms can be arranged di arion. Phone b: .sn 8 and 5., depc. I ,(ll bi fortciied If specifi- dile occuancyM. Tel'oe 2-264d
F.ouse 174 Gamboo. Phone 6- Panama 3-16Cj, ask for Mr. coatCnL cnd draw~;l are not r- five to seven Mr. I hMqlezne_ t
r324 Friedman. turrd th.n 40 aleridor days of- FOR RENT R Ex Mnge
SALE.-Mahogany din.ngrool EflST BUY in tov.n i Q51 Plymouth er op-nof bids. DEALBFO R RE9N NI .
set, rrodern. $300. table. 6 choirs. Cronbrook Club Ccu.s, good point. FOR SALE Phictiphlc equip- Apa m t SD UR TRE
sideboard China closer No. 70, fair tires, low wioicag. c.i.y v 5 h mcnt, comr.l.:le Bufck Super 4- USED- FU3TUR
S17th street Telephone 3-0634. 00 down and d ve it '. Irom dccr .Aoon. Telephone 3-1622, 'OR .RENT. To responsible and 4 AM-il i
L M. A. Powell, S. A Coloi Pnama. serious personS fumished apart- I
FOR FSALE -Quartermoster. moho- -For, -r o c i.t, 2 big bedrooms, bathroont, WI BU SELL.
pgny dining set Modernized 8 FOR SALE: For on y $1 u ro.h. F R SALE:-8 ims.m, Kodok movie ingrom ind d, ar I
piece:. Phone 2-3708. Balboa. beautiful Buick convertible, 19. cr. rn. brr-- d n- kitchen, wgro s.a, nd dini*-groom., Ig
O__- c d Telephone 2-3452. u:ed. $S'0.00. House 825 Morgan k roitchen was thte, and moicks
FOR SALE:-Qn cak dresser, table. -I Avenue. Balboa. rom with service three block MOiDiN
chiffonier, 6 chairs. 16 inch all Looking for cheap trans:oric.tior.' We Mnauefr6tim Awrirpn Embyay. Additional LVING
chrome 2 speed fan. wringer type have ,t. M. A. Fo..l!l S. A C,!n 'FCR SALE: Miniature Schnaouer Anfl biga in telephone 4. "HERES"
washer. Bronstaller. 5-357. FOR SALE:-1951 Chryiler V ,nd- p APy. Age weeks. Register 222 f 2 to 6p. m. N
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Coldspot retr-- sor De Luxe in perfect can.t.on. IOne only. Te. Coco Solo R"R --_l".-p t modern hot.- Sl a-sa
gerator. Good mechanical condi- Radio and sear coves. .. 450. we, furnled apartmen- W..
tion. New motor. Price is ri'ht. Call 83-5153 between 5 oand FOR SALE: 3 large size native Fl t eItt oll 3-4941.
$45.00. Call after 6 p m 7W p. m __horie-. PARK RID.NG STABLES. FOR R ':-Small furnk-hed apart.
D. El Prodo,' Balboa FOR SALE: Plmcuth 5ae;oia Dc' Tel. 3-0279. m __. or couple, refrigerator.
POR SALE:-Retrgsiator. 25 cycle. Luxe Club Coupe 1950 Dark blue FC'. SALE --CANARIES. Hartz Mt. Ntr' American'ne.ghbors. Via E *
$6000. Call Sgt. Grey, P.A.D. 83- point, very clean car for onl, Poller!. Choppers, i1npo, tked direct pai orrasqiuila, Seond St re, p wu ss.
E221.$425.00 down, at M. A. Powe.l f.cm Ceaimtany. Ist cassinglers, AND SL
5221. S A., Colon. ACUARJO TROlCAL, sle
tSALE-- dvndRi a -C. FOR SALE: - 1947| Fl.R Nl
-into doublebed. Like new. RR16-C.OR .: 1"u- n ..NT
4.10 81-3164, a.ter uG-t Po Ohtas
fCR SALE .-Household furniture. r 3-2449. .2. x 1 in o d- S:
car, refr gerator. Eeryth.ng ch.ap. -20. Central Avn etil. T-Furnished room, with At nel eBt
Jur B. Se Street No. 22, 3rd. FO.r W NTa-Goodl- r 3 5 legandAphone.l" 45th
fDloor: Art i .. t tt .prieSotoviCeadsoe 45f" .
-fo Ar 1947 o CNo. 34. Tel. 3-4625. Paw1.
RSALE:- Livingrom. dini g i i WANT ED FOR RENT:- Fu isd room with .i. Pul p l I
I chairs, beds. sirmall ta IqH." .peye lh r "lolf ,
cheap. 45th street No. 4. lis .l.. ,m.u "' MiseelmUCO S Wrtment C.Al
D FOR SALE:-1952 l i 4ANTED ,t. F-#,poM lf,.MIllia
j Wanted Position r... i o utrh without cldren. hows o apaen- o ..J -wi Ae i, mioirtr en . '
TO u S. Vd car. CI 3-4 ment. two or three bed-rooms In and telephone, preferably Paspon.- .
PASSAGETOU.. C reo, Belle Vs Vip Al sible c le or 2 gentlemen. No
on yacht bound for Van.ouver Be, FCR SALE:--Pontiac 195 i T
Seattle. Apply to yacht Moaken" De Luxe, six cylinder .In 7 bf.e- t-. Cadl 0 ,oIaa. "C 0h l" M
Balboa Yachtclub. vior, etc. Ike new. rcome rkl .M
lbandsee it. CIVA, S. A.P e 2 WANTED: For American couie. kitchen. Entrance to Parque Let. fM illte
08ALE 70. h---.e or cpoatrent. Furpis a.- v..s..nd.. r o.42 a t. a. Av.
R-- - ------ unfurnltheid. No children. So No.
Real Estate Ccsp, e.- point, ood o ites. veryo r. r 3-47
good tro.nPC.lai.In. On,y -:-0. - .__.._
droom chalet furnished or unfur- 00 down or .'. A. Powell S. A.WANTED:-Orn bedrool ufurnish- A "
ColI en.d ap rlent Della V st section. (Abil
nished, city gas. "El Congreo. American couple, no children. Call Psh
next to Via EspAo and El Cora- FC SALE-195, M Mnor four- roo-n 341. Hotel Tivoli. .t.
6n de Maria. $21.000. Mortgage door, good running conl.on, ex- .ANTE-- ati Quarters, abo
J,6fl00 cellent price, alio a trailer, two ANTED Vacain rters bout
ROggRT9 MIRO wheels. 600 x 20. Te:. 3-4731. Mcy 2, by respo_ le. couple. No ".
Tel. 3-4923. Panama from 5 p. m. cn c'I:Idren. Phone h il 2128dur
.000 full price, house. 34 acres, SEDANS. BARGC-AI, SEDANS .- tw t >
well, light plant. 300 coconut 1951 Ford De Luxe, rcao //ANTED:-Erpiloe t6 take care of 1 ft 7 slid|r
trees, ocean, river frontage. 5 miles 1949 Chevrolet De Luxe. radro stcb'es. PARK RIDING STABLES. 3 K IT.S.W r |I
to Santa Clamr, Panam 3-2949, 1948 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. radio Tel. 3-0279. M .. J it1 e
6 p. m. 1948 Mercury Co.-pe, radio 1l it ig.
1946 Mercury 4 Dr. |" ( T 3& FC N fi '8ow WO 4 =gu.w y ad
FOR SALE Your dealer AUTOS ElSEIMAA: b.- & F IOUND 'low "o. -era n
Rside the Coca Cola bo ng I Tind reaUty in two nt ne
Bode the Cocats Coa o otor n.2-4966. LOST.Reward par of ladies' glo ses 11 I f am hnot sure Oto hr
WE BUY. SELL & FINANCE In ton leather cse. Coall 2250 or cam nqt be u r ll. akers. Nick Omell
R SALE: One 22 horsepower FOR SALEreturn to'24, 5st. Panama. Ph yotp o y yoW t )ai P Astra I Panan
Johnson outboard motor. Excellent FOR SALE.---Chevro:et De Luxe 4- -- ble th spewkller o unauy.
condition. House 2132-B, 6th it., door Sedan 1951, v:ry cleon, d l'Bdpd31 =6sW-
Curundu. pint, power glide5 trcn i Ure Is 4jt
Cundulowmileage,ny$500 down ofIe .. '
R SALE:-14 ft. boat. Good can- at M. A. Powell, S. A. Colon. a ppoplet aow cdane r
edition. also Stationery 20 H.P. "'FOR SALE:-Pcksup Com
Wisconsin engines. Tel. Panamn FOR SALE:d, --Pckud CoYOU t f lscon
:3-4256. _cod_2-4624n also 4 door .i u. ,'I1VI
SALE: Water Pump, return of the you i or I
stem, etc. for 20 HP Boller. FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 6, 1941, apple. M 4 by
Syr, No. 11 Colle Jer6nimo Hydromatic. New transmsl PI arch 4 (UPe) lO'
de la Osso. Tel. 2-1221. neat appearance. Call 24Z14, 'Nea spent ho
Ancon.eat p n lP1j trsia I'Nalspnt.day evnini-
SALE-Fish day. or night, newest FOR SIM buied alivc =t-wo-r 2da W. a nen
rebuilt 30' cabin cruiser. Adopted FO SALE: Chrysler New Yoerer r dv and said her bi vest worry and bcosagupe . r
for game fishing. Two fighting "VS" 4-door Sedan. 1951. tw. In her wavy bkonde hair. .
chairs, 40 H.P. Universal motor tne green paint. lec.ther uhols Th fi"e-foot '"-re-ln" U.M .
sleop three. 196 miles cruising tery, radio, hydroaguide. WS fw tirel of umter, N.C., squeezed
300 pound ice chests. Phone undercote, low mileage. very clean Into a "cofi'" se. 8waing, F i
.or 39 Coco. .Solo. car, drive away for t900.00 down, aOrter tha she Is Feb. 25 toi fwat
at M. A. Powell, S. A. Colon. wtblsh. a wnl4 reord oat S mor
p FOR SALE-- 1948 Ford O dysundergrouI] aer'tisem 0' ,
Help Wanted Club Coup. Cutom u ery Digger Odth e
at .7 dav1 in MI.obi). &ia. l^^12
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work, must --vCook, eferl se- brook 2208. my hair," she aeId. "r' been
,4a2_.ve refnoro2 es. Aply FOR SALE:-Chevrolet De Luxe 4- 3.le to roll It up oply one.> and
door Sedan 1951, very goad then it took me hourd." '
ANTED:-English speaking Span- two tone paint, good buy for She said dhe b buoy e' r o
|lh mead for housework and child 5458.00 down at M. A. Powa i s. friends and the th g IMs-4 .
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The list of holdouts keeps dwindling as the Fred Whitney.
.... .These tive prize winners will
.eaims prepare for the opening of the Grapefruit be awarded bottled prizes (and
League on Saturday. it won't be Chanel No. 5) on
Sunday, March 8, 't 1:30. Any-
Shortstop Al Dark signed a ban members of the Senators one who can't be there to claim
"two-season contract with the must wait for clearance before his prize can do so at a later
New York Giants for an esti- joining the club. date by seeing Mrs. Cope.
-ated 32,000 a year. The two- In fact, Sunday March 8, is
Lear pact came as a surprise. At St. Petersburg, utility the date of the Crosn Country
S-The Giants have steered clear shortstop Jim Brideweser show- tournament at Stumnit. If you're I
1 -Of anything over one season ed up at the New York Yankee cross or If you're from the coun-
"Whenever possible i camp still weak from an attack try, come on out. Aw, come on
Eouthpaw Ken Heintzelman of influenza. Manager Casey out anynow. Tee off time is
signed with the Philadelphia Etengel ays Johnny Sain, Bob 8:30. If you get there earlier or
Phils but second baseman Con- Wiesler and Al Cicotte will pitch later, gqt a set of rules at the
nie Ryan refuses to take a $3,000 against the Cardinals in Satur- office. Play hi fouraoe when-
cut. The Cleveland I n di a ns day's exhibition game. ever possible.
made some progress with hold- Among the prizes will be a
outs LaTry Doby and Early The Cardinals held ar intra- bottle of King's Ranaom Scotch
+ Wynn. Outfielder Doby and squad ame at St. Petersburg donated by Jack Shor.
right-hander Wynn have agreed and shortstop Solly Hemus came After the tourney there will
to report to the Indians training up with a pulled leg muscle. He be a meeting of hbe general
camp in Tuson, Arizona, and I probably will miss the first exhi- membership and of the board of
discuss terms. C'neral Manager hbition ame with the Yankees. governors at 2:00 p.m. Bugges-
SHank Greenberg had given both A.notner Injury was reported tions and' criticisms as well as
Players 24 hours to contact hin. at Sarasota, Florida. Southpaw your applause will be welcomed
Dormy says he is willing to settle Mel Parned of the Boston Red at this quarterly meeting.
j for $35,000. instead of the $40,- ie was struck on his pitch- .....
000..e was a.. king. Wynn has ing wrist by a line drive. Parnell Fish And Chips t At The E .... ... ......
-en offered 40,00 but wanis wil take it easy for a few days. SummitGoLf Clu LetorgFridayght JD haulsi bmTe%61sU
k WThe Brooklyn batters a a yd aaygTMvi do e W"
field day against four rookies The Summit Golf and Conr- Tacett, Carl r .bb te
,The Washington Senators have in an intra-xiqud tame at Vero try Club are co u~.ting their obert Beals, AlenSott, Harry PattersoN, Wot ma. ederaon, org ,.
Srxn into a snag getting some each. Hom rs were hit by monthly parties with olvg fla Al Baker manager) .
players into this country. It's Jackle Robin.on, Don Thomp- iry this Kriday, Marah 6tn be- .. .
all because of the McCar-an Act .on, Duke Snider, Wayne Belar- gaining at 8 o'clock i.m. There
whi:h tignhens up the screeningi di and 'southpaw Ronnie Lee. wtll be all the fish yu can eat A I ,f .-
,o all immigrants. Pitcher Con- ,ne waning team got off to a and plenty or free beer. Put this /- r ,1i t / i
SMrrrero and five other Cu- Seven run lad in the first in-m. te same budl with the .
:-----ning against Ron Negray. notiese orcnestra; W side oi f -noA-, ._
riades and you are sure of a "
/ Rookie Don Lund, an outfield- good time. Blacky and his MO
SIH [ Atrac0n oer, and John Bucha, a catcher, nooch-hound Bynoopaters w.il blo
l l, La ri I .ii aI, doubles ,o help win a Detroit Keep the place rocKing with theirS a_______ Sa.
S_ ra-sv.iad grme, 4-1, -Manager comDbiatman Hillbilly and popu-
"y TIr Frcti hiu>ahinson says Billy lar music while Earl Engel and
To tioait, Hal Erickson and Ray Johnny Wilk. keep your plate aia, yi |gt see
Eeroert will pitch against the neapea with steanung hot Cor- nct es d tl frh o Zon e.
Philadeluhia Phils lZ Saturday's tbma and dnapper. 'ort the non- u W Zone, 1 el
Ace hurler Don Morton will opening exhibitio. ii ush eaters tnere will be plenty br_ __. m T wSA
opn on the mound for Balboa w. oi hoL dogs. AlL goiters anui non- W .81
SsEneirFree-For-Ae s ar eT Brighterh oSI
-efa La traccion.D currcntly in rue vited to come out ana &e toe jor U ne Te m 6I,
le rni race. Probable ritcheerd oig improvement made In t We -Wo
l + J .l, ,+ Feature Second " , "'"_'"o _
Sl Ladies Day At Fort Amader MILWAUKEE, Mapi 4., (UP) turned down. Despite the re. up
S for La Atraccicn wll, n elfana The,cbhancea, ot Milwaukee fisal, landal Is. certain major
rput te. within a h resent game o Ha Los ettlg a major le base- league bamebae will be In Mi .A.
l r Lu c e' l a eishe Feb. 26 another fine turnout tean m 1e10 I b waukee before lan. Kandai r#i 1
S: a3 1 Ir:oul' I'n t onJ, h t.. t hey. NEWYORK,- Ma, of :,4 ladu i0ooj&0a % .aohu t wbut t will cone ftm'k s _ay "T- erm '-t mteh "WI1 *o."uBclht^ ,,
W. -I H tie7,are 4 (UP) sp een>l 4 o ete -% mm%^ |Ca
wl tie .. .Atrcacn for -seoId - Se ohall, top-seeded in Ae cu t spienak t.. ehne of Mwhtdc a
p-e. The gam e promises good ee ron eathe par n ab a ay b ifforder e dall eajor q l tu.--- y Di .'
i cl-ets fcr the Twilight sr:t time. Th o gumar Thursday Ladies Day at i s M for theft r Mil- l- s rn a mew
Leoz'vc ;nnu'.! b~rch :ll da.x+,'e whs, hadttheir ur. i orto hamdor C(olt ure.- wa*owe femn dlub bWittwa m gf r.
arsip now on s le. All tho'- in-. s'op ed at 27 on S M Fir Pria weas won by ni were &ar Ut. .Fr-
teresied in tuy'ng some may by Dryton lost again m daiy Kena. leua not "u ndcap f

W .9 Carlin, whoK reside A f s a neat 79 ior the S dday's ptay. aLow "W aO .4 Uet


Til. dance will be heldrInapod.tm Seton a, n oaR ch'hPrenPA U r w bU mW
Apr .. Thore w;1l be door prlzn-, L'R--sell says -- rempemr The -1alaa -MEL
~ I u beer and cr ttrtnnent provl-t ou"t of br;-d too tuickl1. I.Cub will commenceteir 18 hole a
aed in a ddf on to the a?-nce it- think it should have efWA Q-ua r.yi g non the e Q ir ohAnnualPtesidetm 1 Veer*pSIhe
Touub" ,men%..Wnqver enye. h. t.t Pam=.t.
f. Get your ticket as soon a- On eatl betweennt e c
.oscible. Cost --$1:00. the two schools." 'a rmirg ,hii_ T4xrhl0y Ladles o hU courtesy of te leam-tebmn bu IL 11*U1. .
**ran, s."cIDay. Although the- ldiua h vs owe
...._ untle Sunday, March 8 to cor- Panama Golf Clgb, Gor o- n WIn be 'i. eb b.
. plete their, auayllna ront the pitAl held Its annual golf thur- w will meve.
rlethathnm &et on the Panama =eusc
pla r this'; round 3 an mundry afternoon rch
No it's not a dream onament player should resulttitNne holeswer e laevl s
in a record Laois Day tutrnouL the ftchouf oeiI t hrb.
e r A Throw Out Tournament will F ifte= of the coatasanta had
also be plikye4 along with the ngfT1!.
qualifying of tlhe Club Handicap oorgiu, tournament; othel.had Cur
4 m T :+ Tournament. never p Pyed the *awe-' Vet 0o,

MILWAUKEE. Wis. NA) -- co.ant a-ftvea ~o
Twelve Marquette -h aft.ath-
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uatedfromthe lmu ly enM aM SM-
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Gamboa/kept their undefeated
record intact by seooling a 72
win over Ancon Batwiday morn-
Ing in. the Shorty League for
their eighth te victory
In % gaM V 6 -atured 0ood
da tbd Meb
aidea, M,. ard aSrled a three+
hitter for the. GOamboa
nine D tU It coming in
the Wt ift- after two were
out. In that same frame B. MI-
ler, left fielder for Gsnmboa,
made a beautiful catch of a long.
bases loaded fly h1t b_ 1ttaak
to save the game for tastes.
R. Wlbfuir aa V; Claneros
led the attack for Gamibo with
two for three apiece, While 4.
Ruiz, M. Pdrez, and T. Arnoll
had one hit each for the losing
Ancon nine.
Joe Trower aided In the win
with a bases empty homer and
V. Cisneros tripled with two on
being nipped at the plate try-
ing to stretch It Into t homer.
The box score:
.OAMBOA- AB R
V. Cilneros, lb .. .. .. 3 1 2
C. Martin, p.. .. .... 3 0 0
H. pector, c .. ...... 1 1 0
R. Winber, a. .. ..... 3 1 2
J. Selse, 3b .. .. .. 2. 2 1 1
L Cubillo, 2b. .. .. 3 0 0
J. Moneado. rf .. .. 2 0 01
. Anderson, rf .. ... 0 0 0
J. Trower, cf.. .. .. 2 1
. MuM If.. .. . 1 1 01
B. Miller, If.. .. .. .. 0 0 01


R I n Dalmey baa_
I in the Elks askac wlfl1
glea and a tbaMe lo I"=
Lo that plated an three
0 the big fifth wit. tflMt
1 Johnny Lewi gettu W
1 three. Johnny aaOa ii
1 ed two for tw tor
1 with his tenmma -te
2 and Freddy lmeidrt l
In with two for three
fSehoch came up swt t o DOm-
t) cMIve brllant flenld i
with a alee stop and_ A 8
from shortstop to
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their third bans


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The Coppers, who had sub-
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find a replacement for catcher
Pete Corrigan who was forced
to leave the game after being
nicked by a foul tip.
Monday Danny DesaLndes
came in to relieve Chfarlie
Schoch in the first Inning after
AlOE scored three runs on sin-
gles by Brandon and Eberenz
a triple by Johnny Morris and
an infield out. Danny, although
giving up six hits and two runt
the rest of the way, was tough
in the clutch coming up with
utiet outs to get out of several
jls. AFG7 had the bases load-
d with *wo out in the sixth but
etLaondes retired the last batter
* strikes to end the game.


Mjorrls started on the mound
f(# AFGE and pitched a strong
Ci e for three Innfitg with
M Feenon takla @ In the
t.md eLgE e viteim of
Elks eight run, seven hit
fifth. Letty Diie rer took
over from Fety after al-
lowing one hit retired his second
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Brandon, e
Eberenz, r
Morris, p,
Sales, 2b9
Reece, If
Feeney. p
Wallace, a
Snyder, p
Snodgrass
Hall, lb
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Lewis, Us,
Adams, 2b
Hele, of
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Sears 6, Polce 0 (Forfelt
Monday's Game
nlks 10, AFOE 5

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TWENTT-EIGIB TrAr. LPANAMA MH


No Changes S n Point


(NEA Telephoto)
-EVIDENCE" Russia's Foreign Minister Andrel Vishinsky
(right), breaks a six-day silence at, the UN in New York to read
a 31-pake speech, charge President Eisenhower with pursuing
war, and declare that the deneutralizing of Formosa was "clear
evidence" that the U.S. wants to expand the Korean war. At left,
h. o British delegate to the UN, Sir Gladwyn Jebb, listens patiently.


Vishinsky Opens Bidding


For Trygve Lie's UN Job


UNITED NATIONS, N. Y..
March 4-tUP.- Andrel Y.
'ishinsky said flatly today his
choice for a new secretary-gen-
eral to the United Nations was
Polish foreign minister Stan-
Islaw Skrzeszewski.
The Russian foreign minis-
ter's. statement was interpreted
by U.N. diplomats as Vishin-
sky's opening bid In negotia-
tions for a successor to secre-
tary-general Trygve Lie.
Close observers said Vishin-
sky's early stand in the mat-
ter indicated Russia would de-
mand one or more concessions
fn exchange for endorsement
ef candidates acceptable to
Western Powers.
Latin American nations toox
the lead in seeking U.N. ac-
tion- on the Korean war yes-
terday after the United States
and Russia made It clear they
are deadlocked.
At the same time the Nether--
lands gave the West's fi rast
full-dress reply to Russia's
bombastic accusations that the
United States wants to extend
the war.
"The Soviet bloc has deli-
berately closed the door on an
early armistice,7' dutch For-
eign Minister J. M. A. H. Dune
declared.
"In doing so," he said, "They
have deliberately chosen to
continue the war in Korea,
deliberately chosen to prolong
toe auferings of the Korean
people* deliberately chosen to
proceed with their aggression."


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The Dutch delegate urged
the U.N. to stand'firm behind
India's Korean peace plan
which the Reds have rejected
because it prevents forcible re-
turn home of prisoners who do
not want to return.
Luns said .the Communists
want prisoners forcibly repa-
triated "to meet whatever pun-
ishment for non conformism
may be in store for them"
And, he said, "the hangmen
have been very busy of late
behind the Iron Curtain."
Brazil and Ecuador took the
lead in the new move for a
resolution urging the Com-
munists to reconsider their re-
jection of India's plan al-
though Vishinsky dp 61 re 4
Monday that RusMia doM 0ot
Intend to budge.
American chief delegate
Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. Said
last week the United States
still backs the Indian plan
and sees "little point" in seek-
ing a new one.
So the Latin American ef-
forts seemed to "be a grasp .t
a straw.
It reflected a growing fear
that free world public opinion
would feel let down if the
United Nations produce o nl y
debate, and not action on Ko-
rea.


400 Chinese Reds

Take Advance Pest

From South Koroans
SEOUL, Korea, March 4 (UP)
Four hundred Chmness Com-
munists drove South Korean sol-
diers from ian advance position
southeast of Kunsong today aft-
er 11 hours of savage hand-to-
hand fighting.
The battle, which erupted into
the heaviest fighting this year
on the east-central front, began
shortly after 10 p.m. yesterday
when two Red assault forces hit
-the outpost.
The Red attack was reinforced
by W ton Mat midnight but
five minutes later the fighting
drppe off to sporadic firing.
The main attack came at 3
am. when the Chinese pierced
the Republic of Korea defenses
after a brief but intense battle.
An hour and a half later, the
ROKO retreated to the western
end of the outpost with the Chi-
nese surzrgin after them.
The ROKs tried a counter-at-
tack at 5:30, but it failed, de-
spite a barrage of fire from U.N.
tanks.


Building Malerials

In Odd Lots Pul

Up For Bidding
A large lot of miscellmeous
building and construction a-
terial is being offered for
the Panama Canal Comp
The surplus material
about 50,000 board meas
of lumber, about 15,000 re
feet of roofing, materials.
and screen-paneled doors.
and steel window sashes. Wod
window and door frames,-Wh
and screen frames, three
buckets and other miscellaplOes
construction material.
The material is located ib
"300 area" of Balboa.
Galliard U way and
Road in the ar betM
Little League W B-ei A
and the entflmCe to
Force Bae.
Bids win be accepted. bW:
rnt~eadet of Sira t
malba until 10:30 am. o Mnm
! hen they will beoemsuSII


Programs In Latin A
Point-Four activitis pI Latin ,nded. When it usa pointed out e of these will be1
America will most.likely not be that the setup wa untu-t of L '
changed in any way' by Preal- tlonal, Point IV idshd its will "e as .
dent Eisenhower's admianltra- authority, but coltined In lan I t
tion. advisory capacity. e with
This was the opinion eass- The PanamA program Is ex-
ed by Vance RlOge. technical pected to be enlaed tis year te only
cooperation director who presid- with several proe b yAch will ttea nt toklISfkI
ed at a press conference of Point be an extension o1 fth regular Fair', Rog-
Four heads yesterday at Hotel
El PanamA.
Rogers said be believes the Su luis
new administration In shing-
rogram isSurplus Ambulances, Tractors,
ton will continue to carry on the
program as an activity of the
rnment. He s Dump T erd Canal
cently made by Secietary of
State John Foster Dules, that
"stronger and more ac ties"
with Latin America are fore- Forty-elght tu motor f the t of
seen. vehlu, 15 of. a ar on o n ouses 16nti]
The Point IV director pointed the Paic ade' I on the :i o toa in
out in answer to a man's Atlant side. of the IsthmuS,of March' I they Ul
query as to how the newly sign- am. isag, l far ene4 In, ub l
ed Argentine-Chile act might the a
affect the program, that Point They includ B;ds for tIOM. it the Atlan-
IV work was "strictly technical," "a a r l si3M de wil' be aeepted up to
and hardly affected by political sulances; h :0 'clock i tth moreg
changes. res pel, Pk fiat March i1 it the Oftlee of
Rogers said the various edu- tk dum uperinted at of 8tore-
cational, agricultural and health t r; ;k 0n..en. .
projects Qarried out so far in Blds for i Bal
anamA have been highly pue- ,bog WillbeUoh ek Pacc,_w:h Pacific
cess ul. He said high ranking t are l .
Panamanian officials have at a.
termed the cooperation "magn- Road
ficent." it-
The Dvisa situation, he "nd

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Pictured above., is the celebrat-
ed personage who hba starred on
Broadway and in Hollywood, and
will head the list of players in
Harvey, the Theatre Guild's lat-
est production to be presented at
the Guild's new Workshop-Thea-
ter located back of the Ancon
Laundry, starting March 16 to 20
at 8 p.m.

US Third Army
Starts Dismissing
Civilian Workers
SAVANNAH, Ga.. March 4 (UP)
- The 3rd Army announced to-
day it will begin dismissing some
civilian workers "Immediately"
in line with a Defense Depart-
ment economy .order.
Lt. Gen. A. R. Boiling, 3Srd
Army commander, said the civil-
ian employment budgt in the
seven-state area ha been trim-
med more than 4 00O for the
fiscal year beginnif July 1.
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of Britain today for
suceauve day and. hm%
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2,800 Kvea of slek ai
persons. at
Air Ministry weatur
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tlons td a temo
blackout bl g e
southern U l.nan
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again.

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