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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: AA00010883:01525
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forelip observers believed 'aMI
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small governing bodies -
sized presidium and
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Roosevelt at that time ,
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way around the wOrld
Staln. He died four moaml"
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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TELIPHONE PANAMA NO. 1-0740 Ie LINIEI
CAELE ADDREAm, PANAMBRICAN. PANAMA
COLON OPPIC. 18.179 CENTRAL AVENUE sETWSEn ITuH AND I3 N STaRErTI
FOREIGN REPRESENTATIVES. JOSHUA O. POWERS. INC.
345 MADION AVE. NEW YORK. (417 N V.
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THIS I YOUl MUM THIU ADIS OWN COLUMN


I THE MAIL BOX
The Mall Bex is en Opna' forum for readers of The Peeme Amer.
faen. Letters are solved gratefully and are haedlid In e wholly cenfli
denfeal meaner.
If you centribute a letter don't be Impatient if. demn't appear tihe
ment day. Lettersn e published in the order re ilve@4 .*,
Please try to keep the letters, limited to9 e bgth.
Identty of letter writers Is held in stricter 1ctf
This newspaper easemes mo responsibility fer hUM its o epinioem
empreseed in letters from orders.
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UP AND DOWN THE WATERWAY
Air:
Well, well If I didn't ring a bell in some dark recess of some
small mind. First let me say that I have informed the vet at
Corozal, because I believe "Keepk 'Em Afloat's," distemper shots
are wearing off. I
Now to business. I am indeed not a lobbyist for any concern,
but since you brought the subject up regarding Junk syndicates
and salvage outfits I am of the impression that the only reason
such an organization is not operation in the Canal Zone is that
the shipyards at each end of the Canal get all of the business
from, shall we say accidents, that are unavoidable of course, but
happening in the canal. And while under the con of, aha2 we
Essay pilots?
Seriously, before I go further I do wish to say pilots are essen-
tial, but not indispensable. "I believe most of you will agree with
me on this. All except bne that is. I would-sa .that we are in-
deed fortunate to have repair facilities at each end of the canal.
What I would like to see now is a list, of all accidents that
have ocuJred in the canal over the years. Not a statement, but
the true cord.
So tB 1kIpper of the Missouri went aground! So what? Has
i 0lot 0ver gone round? And in a channel he las gploted
to ears? Has a race driver, being a expert driver'ever
Sanxdent? Has a doctor never lost a life? Has a lawyer
V*er lo a case? Tell me a pilot has never gone a ground, in
li.e cana and I'll tell you "Keep 'Em Aflp4," that ypu, have a
ain so small you could use a teabag for srbod.' Who is any
Why don't you check the pilots now and tee how many of
them are ex-Navy stiffs, might surprise you. Me, I'm no ex-Navy
-tiff, but a real live kicking regular Navy ran. Not any superior
f iton average dailor. Matter of J ,,dgq't. I nk men-
tiedMy shipmaster as being the supri type : u referred to.
If you must read, read careful I just said, "any good ship-
mnaster."
Air $o the "hundreds of willing stooges," I suggest ou also
chock. amnng your pilots and see if any of them were "Stooges"
during the war, and if so, call them one I'll provide the beefsteak.
Since you are so concerned about the draft of the MisSourt I'd like
to know Just how you stand in the draft, or are you too stiff?
Yes I remember when I was a kid I cut out paper dolls, but
thdh T met some characters like you and I started. cuting out
paper clowns, As to being called a "stiff," let me assure you my
arrles have not hardened, I'm. in the best of bltala., How's
Now to close with a little story. Three doctors were talklng~
;The fitst one said, "I pulled tff quite a job a couple of weeks ago.
I amputated a man's arm, grafted$ another arm in its place, and
today that gtiy Is pitching for the Pirates." The second doctor
said, "That's nothing. I amputated a lef the other day, grafted
another leg on the man, and yesterday that man set a new world's
* record, In the hundred-yard dashll "Hal' said the third doctor.
"You guys are amateurs. A year ago I grafted %:aille on a jackass
and today that jackass submitted a letter to tbe Ma" Box! '
STo right in one respect "Keep 'Im AflatN crolswords do
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SConvoy 27 Fall in drops
10 Musteline 29 Studio
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12 Former 34 Pertaining to
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13 True to fact 35 Male
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Federal atomib expert
*niLasuring the direct tilyof
aloactive particles .thil
ML..,CO alO before the yt
the newest atomic
shells. .
If they have political 6d-1
ger counters -with tM a. tM
also be able to miehre :
directive, issued by dr.t0
Communiset Part
has apparently d
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from the ii
testing D -u
In and ani |i
Silver City, Niw M
heavily ed
vie tech ,
identified before
Committees pa Co aa i
Parby members_.4g i r
movie called a
This Screen Atori"
Waltee Pidd a
to e:. .se
Donah.
has called
a Soviet "
Jarckson ev a
flam, the ftt -tL
movie ever by 4
union (the I
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at stirring upIlhl
and rieft rib
now fUPS"i
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Look at Iran. Mau
Maus in Kenya Soviet


from Asia of mvie- military
propaganda aimed At dividln
the two .vorld Wo two warring
factions-the whImtt and the
colored peoples..
There can be no more effee-
tive way to do this than by
"visual education." Those 'who
can't or won't read heavy tracts
on "colonial exploitation" and
"U.S. Wall Street imperiallsm"
can be hit hard by effective
movies.
No one here or anywhere
else ever accused the Sovilt-
eers, once powerful in Holly,
wood, ot being without great
technical, writing, producing
and acting skill.
But aS my movie friends say,
talent is no excuse for moral
btroahn.
Now I want to reveal the
n*west Communist directive
f6r action in this all-power-
ful media the soreent.
It was written bJohn How-

wrabittenm
o the capture o

.on has een' n a
member bf. ,the t
Pty b# 15 wiftnean re
Congressional committees. Her*
I what he told his movie peo-
ple as recently as foer months
ago:
"Mar ist und-erttaUr of
the finseti of i*ieiie in
a tlass solety provide
guide for a* effect Miie -
gidel struggle. Tb Oaiu
that I have pre6t6 of f
propaganda r"l- it Vam -i
designed to ,tIms" ae 4
tical activity-411a 5 txll
activity which, Matguate.
ly, has not yet der 4e11,
a broad scale fit te U. B.
"A mass campelpaIn pos-
re and necessary; it c"a win
ride support and Ilt et-
fet felt on the en."
I charge that Jak Lawson
nd his comraes are the ene-
aies of freedoM o-f ught 1f
v6ery propaganda um, b I
Sthe movie or TV screen
aut to get a to the dl-
ettive. Lawson ld:
"Such a mas tapa
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Istration Is nxpcted It .uz C. loie"tea oakat the
gre i Albert M. oe is confirmed private
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This s indicated by Cole's voting record ...i-row.rti'w. low
Congress on housing legilaltion, ad by eoempt UilMI. It was t foirm
from man of his ep .hse mon e floor of the javernmf Orit
House of eprelentiL ves. jetad to.
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the oleappontmen0 0tw opposet .C ol tfh d
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From San Diego the local Ii
,M. Chapman. who is direc-
o t..f research for the American Jaque Trl, ,5 ,m
a Boat Association in San For Marc
.1DJegso arrived here this week for .A one-day p
N month's stavy in the Dare In
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pacts to contact several of the The plane will Tb emen
boats which tie up at Balboa. at 8 a.m...top at ]T IS-
and check information that may lands on thO ret ji ar
Helpful to his association for the 300-itnitgtu 1170.8"oM
,,% hh regard to tuna fishing, interested may eo. L Ioin W80
or 1436.
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S he 300-ton tuna clipper Ber- ITHACA, . (U An
S lette arrived yesterday assignment tA Qt U
to pick up supplies and assignment of
it. kerto The ship expects to university art --I rthe
Ssom_ d o ththatr e trq to get to,
the studio t u ar. to aoply
plaster oi~Wft .-they slap their'
f..,in can Red Cross paints later f the day when
the place .4t t the required
"*He~ 11(half-wof p.hate.
'rId US Military
i pealedd aoe chapter, and
fnv el On Zone received *- onaoan.
This is n ample of how the
American Cms gives aid to
, .With the 1953 American Red military nel stationed In
,"Zoass fund campaign underway the canA Zone. Last year, more
'Mh Canal Zone Army posts, ma- than $12,0 was expended in aid
ny Incidents In which the or- to milit .personnel and their
Ranir4ton helped military per- depend
aonnel are brought to mind. The Y
".t" e of eese examples con- day-w i
* ta10 a sergeant from Fort Clay- kick-off
A* t -nwho was notified late last McBride,
tber, at his father, resid- Cabbeaa a
T essee, was critically thro ....
'h"T1fie asodier obtained an emer-. bean
S leae and flew to Brookley part
Sa., by Military Air Capt. W. ckeN,
System. Deputy Chief of 8tpff, Caribbean
*n funds, the sergeant Command, is chairman of the
*,a ied to the Red Cross chap- combined Armed Forces Red
ft Brookley and obtained a Cross campaign and Colonel W.
san., With this he arrived home. J. Ress. Chaplain, United States
I sImNat home, and since he Army Caribbean, heads the Ar-
.*gie hib ecember pay, he ap- my effort.

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Leave your Ad with one of our Agen! et oar offices in No. 57 "tr' Street Paumpl.a

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6m
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Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and


Morrio u --hne's
paorth of Jul Ave.-Phone 2-K41


Sal6d de Bdu Americao
No. 65 West 1th Street


Carit0m Dug Store
10.M6 MUldem Ave.-Phone SU 0016mt


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No. 3 Lottery IfmI Phone -3419 Phonmes a I 4 and 2-2719


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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household __ Aulomobiles
FOR SALE-AlI'tvAes of refr.gerators Having money troubles? See us be-
25 cycle. Terms can be arranged. fore disposing of your used car
House 1-4, Gamboo Phone 6- We pay cash. Agencies Cosmos.
324. Auto-Row No. 29. Tel. 2-4721.
SSALE -_uarte-- er m- Ponmaho-
gany dnin set Modernze 8FOR SLE-1939-V8 Ford Seden.1
pieces. Phone 2-3708, Balboa. first $275.00. Fred Coldwell, Cris-
p......n tobal Garage M.T.D.
FOR SALE:-9 ft. Refrigerator, good
condition, 25 cycle. 53-C, CocO- SED S BARGAIN EDNS
i 1951 Ford De Luxe, radio ;
____ 1949 Chevrolet De Luxe. radio
FOR SALE:-Beoutiful 8-piece liv- 1948 Oldsmobile 4 Dr. radio
ingroom bamboo furniture. Almost 1948 Mercury Coupe, radio
new. Moderate price. 45th Street, 1946 Mercury 4 Dr.
29, Bello Vista. Your dealer AUTOS EISENMAN. be-
FOR SALE:-Westinghous refriger- side the Coca Cola bottling. Tel
iter, like new. Guarantee, $150.- 2-4966.
S00 Electric stove. Cheap. Easy WE BUY, SELL & FINANCE.
-thoir and Ottoman $15.00. Cute FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 76.
bedroom chair. 1451 Owens, Apt. body and engine excellent, good
., Balboa.' tires, $1,350.00. Cristobal 3-2971. I
FOCSALE:-3 Simmons adjustable CONVERTIBLES BARGAIN C
folding cots.pnd mattresses, excel- CONVERTIBLES
lent condition. Krugmon, 0264-A 1949 Pontiac Chieftoan, radio
-GC.mboa. 1949 Buick Super Dynaflow, radio |
FOR ,ALE:MahogonY dining table 949 Mercury, radio. I
and six chairs, 46th Street No. 44, 1947 Mercury, radio, seat covers. T
patent 2, afternoons, 1ll day 1947 Oldsmobile, rod.,c, seat covers
S y, Tel. 3-4857. Your dealer AUTOS EISENMAN:
S--- beside the Coca Cola Bottling. Tel:
FOR SALE:-9 foot 25 cycle, West- 2-4966.
inghduse refrigerator, 1949 mo- WE BUY, SELL & FINANCE.
del, excellent working condition,
S95.00 or best offer over week FOR SALE
end. House 1412-C. Los Cruces,
phone Bilboa 1583.-- Boats & Motors
Fc-OR l ALE:-Beoutiful Persian Rug,--_Fl
6 x"A IQvenetianublind. Boy's bi- FOR SALE-Fish day or night, newest
cycle. Call 3 -1 89 2-1693. rebuilt 30' cabin cruiser. Adapted
_cyc__ ._ for game fishing. Two fighting
FOR SALE: 6 pc. Rottart: chaise chairs, 40 H.P. Unversol motor.
lounge, arm chair, 2 end tables, sleep three, 196 miles cruising I
2 occossional chairs, $170.00: range, 300 pound ice chests. Phone
Oscillating fan, 12 in., 25 cycle. 606 or 392, Coco Solo.
7.00. G. E. washing machine, 25 --bacm-
cycle $7.00. Call Ft. Clayton FORbSALE:-- meter beam. clamp-
ccle $7.00. Calltube modulator. Speech clipper. 2
S5142. plate transformers 500 volts at
FOR SALE:-7 ft. Coldspot Refriger- 500 mils and other misc, gear. I
atOr. Excellent condition. $55. Inquire Apt; D-4-F, Locona.
House 555 Ancon Boulevard, Tel.
L2-3426.. LESSONS
FOR.,SALE:-Piano "Rachols," maho-
F ny furniture, refrigerator a n d MRS. ROMERO'S PRACTICAL SPAN-
vatushouseholds. Telephone 3- ISH CONVERSATIONAL LESSONS.
.0:1z No. 18, 48th Street.' For beginners and advanced pupils,
NEstudiantq St. 77-A,. two blo s.-
FR SALE:-Set of bunk beds, wood- from 4th of July Avenue.
;n, Kenmore gasoline washing mao
,qhine. 50g Curundu Hgts., 27-3- Position Offered
' 193.. -,, _
F R SALE: Table, porcelain top, Competent bilingual secretary re-
drawers underneath. Cheap. Tele- quired by executive of international
phone Balboa 2870. House 535, corporation. Must have initiative
Ancin. and experience and be able assume
--- ---- responsibilities of handling office.
FOR SALE:-9 foot Coldspot refriger- Write full details as to post ex-
ator. 25 cycle. Good condition. perience, solory, references to
,$75.00.. R4A Rousseau. 25-3539. Box 134, J. E. E. Y.
.R SALE:-Wine-groy s-piece mau- WANTED:-Bilingucl Secertary with
i hair (foam rubber) livingroom full knowledge English and Span-
set, cocktail. end tables, kero- ish shorthand. Apply Dogmar Ti-
sene range, almost new. 11th St. voli Avenue No. 6.
.,Perque Lefevre No. 27, office
Balboa 2-6369. Help Wanted


FOR SALE


Real Estate
FOR SALE OR HIRE:-Modern cho-
let, located ' mile beyond Police
.Booth at Lo Chorrera; oall modern
conveniences; three bedrooms;
modern sanitary installations; com-
pfete!y furnished; one hectores of
land,, 100 meters fronting on No-
tional Highway. Inquire at pre-
mises or call Panama 2-3078, of-
fice hours.
FOR SALE: --Concrete house with
aluminum roof in Gotuncillo. 42
Miles from Colon. 27 miles from
Panamo. 6700 M2. $5,000. Cris-
tobal 1967.
FOR SALE:-At sacrifice, 40 acres
.Asiutiful I:nd, near El Hate, Vol-
* canr Owner leaving, Telephone
w.e r 3147.
PORSALE: Furnished cottage at
3 .lsit Clara. Tile floors, gas stove,
. w gerktor. Tel. 4.488, ocoli,
4.,00o.


WANTED-.Cook and housekeeper
for American family, must lve in.
Excellent salary for high type per-
son. Phone Balboa 3268 ftor ap-
pointment.
WANTED:-Maid for genera house-
keeping. Recommendaton required,
108 Ridge Road. Balboa.


Satellie Countries

Stress Solidarity

With Soiet Allies

LONDON, March 7 (UP) -
Eastern European radios starred
emphasizing the solidarity of So-
viet satellite countries with Rus-
sia today.
Communist leaders started
pilgrimage to Moscow to atted3
Stalin's funeral and get their or.
ders from the new masters of *l,
rmWmin .


SRadio Becharest broadcast I
f tic 0Co y. ..proelamatifon by the Ruman
government, parliament,
.Ifi Pr w F M tPge FIVE) Communist party which maid:.
,o p.m. at building 98. "Our soldiers will defend tLe
of Ocoe Solto are fatherland against all external
and Internal enemies to guarma-
tee our freedom and Indepon-
de nee. The alliance between the
SRumanian and Soviet peoples will
yA Utiaa1eu' never end."
S hi Prague Radio broadcast a man
w h I c 'of resolutions promislni eternal
A posore theRosary and undying love" for the Bovft
r Society of the Church Union.
,06 xe y i'anii was very

r wr pa- . apparently the Czechoslovak
Communists sought to dispel spe-
wit in a nd on the culation that Stalin's death
St Of CO-a. would affect Russia's relations
Noe *inMaugrit with its allies.
S I Advices from satellite countries
ladies in charle of the indicated that Communimst lead-
ta were: M1 S 1LOu- ers were holding urgent confer-
Mrs. W I ia m ences today. studying the impal
bMa.. leore Martin, cationss of the wfirtnation of
u ..land.. Mrs- Georgi M. =kc6v as Stalin's
I.id Willia..m Al- heir, before they left for Mo-
rs. Ni iCel, Mrs. cow.
.iW, 11m. Roy tinehart The Presidlum of the Czechoa..
James ~_Pea The lovk narty held an extraor
dilee wh amueNted Sa na2rv m-etine to hpi Pres
wMerovery RPy Ie Klemen-t GottwMd eulogi e mSta
1 5 Mar it y Cfi tt in .r-d presumably, tostudy the
PeNterll parts line.



An MThe .4Q1inal miusfcal ho'a
.. 0t IEi made y break a
lwl l .1t ,p of a short
One or two nota'e
Med on such I
i to the n


MISCELLANEOUS
WEST BANK LADIES. Menry Tie1-
meon. experienced. Stateside li-
censed beauty operator, has join-
ed Genell and Hazel in the Gnellt
Bliss Cocoli Clubhouse Beauty
Shop where quality service will
continue uninterrupted. Call 4-
557.
DO.1- have a pit i
Write Ali Uae1e A 111111 I6O
2081 LAe. C. D
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue K Street, corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Just received a fresh supply of Brine
Shrimp eggs from San Francisco,
Calif. Also fish foods. At four
favorite store "Casa Mike" Co-
lont
SPECIAL IXCUiWNSI '
FROM PANAMA TO MIXICO
one way $85, round trip 135 (15
lay-limrit, $169.00, god one ear;
o LOS ANGELES, erie way; $149.15.
emad trip, $252.35. 90 dy.Ilm-itl.
Pename Dispatch Servie _6 AyedMa
Neciee-l (Autemebile NOw). Tel.
Panama 2-1655.
TRY Tele-Rest. the new sensational
telephone shoulder 'cradle. It's like
a third hand. No 9, Juan B. Sosa.
telephone 2-1282. Panama.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE: Miniature Schnauzer
puppy. Age six weeks Register
AKC. lOne only. Tel. Coca Solo
450
FOR SALE.-CANARIES. Hartz t.
Rollers. Choppers. imported direct
from Germany. Ist class singers,
ACUARIQ TROPICAL, opposite
Juan Franco Stables, beside Drive-
in. Phone 3-4132.
Bids will be received in the office of
the General Manager, Commissary
Division, at Mount Hope, Canal
Zone, until 3:00 p. m., Tuesday,
March 24, 1953.%,hen they will be
opened in public, for furnishing
80 gallons 6f fresh milk daily
except Sunday) during the period
April I toilay 31. 1953. Forms
of proposal *with full particulars
may be obtained in the office of
the Supply & Service Director. Bal-
boa Heights, or of the General
Manager, Commissary Division,
Mount Hope. Canal Zone.
FAITH FOSTER'S HILLTOP
KENNELS
72 Chivo Chivo rood 18 miles out
trdnsisthmian highway). Selling all
puppies at reduced prices.
FOR SALE -Sacrifice, 1950 Citroen
Sedan in excellent condition, must
sell immediately. best offer, duty
paid. 25 Cvl. 12 H P. motor, $22.
crossbow $17, Apache air gun.
$10. Telephone 2-3447. 5720-B,
Diablo
FOR SALE'-Remington 11-48 au-
tomatic shotgun 20 gouge full with
9 boxes shells. $65.00. For all. 2-
3214.
FOR SALE: Phillips light weight
bicycle, in good condition, $20.-
00. Central 202. Apt. 8.
FOR SALE:-Shopsmlth woodwork-
Ing with accessories. Duncan Phyfe
dining table and buffet. Wetting-
house refrigerator, Cristobal. 2795
FOR SALE -Radio "Zenith," glass
ware and miscellaneous household
for quick sale. Federico Boyd Ave
No 40. phone 3-0481, from 8 a
m. to 9 oa m. and from I p m. to 2
p. m
FOR SALE -Lester plno, one Win.
ter paono spinets. Ilke new. Very
reasonable Tel. 2-2184. Ebi Fur-
niture Store, Domingo Dlaz and
Estudionte St.
F-R SALE: Nne tube Silver tone
Radio, $40 00. Record changer, 60
cycle in cabinet, $30.00. Girl's
painted dressing table and mirror.
$5.00. House 538-A, .Curundu
Hgts.
FOR SALE -General Electric revolv-
Ing fan, for table. Good condition
No 83. Central Avenut.


Ar Force Sorf t

Discharged, K

On Active Duty
T-8gt. Ralph W. todrLue
wa honorably discharged rom
the regular Air Force rhuaday,
and re-.?ntered active duly an
officer In the Reserve.
In 1948 Rodriguez attended
the Aircraft Observer's School
at Mather Air Force Buase
California and was awarded the
triple rating of navigator. bom-
bard'er and radar observer,
when the course was complete.
He continued to serve in b
capacity until January IM
when he became a member "M
the Inactive Air Force Reerv-;
Rodriguez re-enlisated as 3*
Airman In March. 1905 and wg
asgned to the 27th Air Reu
Slluadron *t Albrook Air Torm
Base In May of that year.



EXCELS IB.

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RESORTS
P LIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
Only court in Santa Clara with on
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3.1877. Margarita 3-1673
Box No. 435 Balboa.
Spend your weekend at Casino Santa
Clara, cabin B.4.00 a couple.
Dance music by Casino Aces.
Gramlich Santo O ar Meech.
cottages. Electric Ice boes, gas
to"n. moderate rate. Telephone
6-441 Gaombo. 4-567 Pedro MI-
guel. -


Williams' Santa Clare Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgas ranger. Balbeoa 2-3050.
Except week-ends


FOR RENT
____ Houses
FOR RENT:-Beautiful r lct of
three bedroorps and bathroom, a
terrace, hot water, would prefer on
American family, If Interested
pleas call 2-2145, Panam&


FOR RENT:-A beautiful and com-
plete furnished residence at Golf
Hgrs. Hot water. Can be seen
after 3:00 p. m. Via Porras and
6th St. No. 3.


FOR RENT
Apartimsts


FOR RENT:-Just built modernm hot-
cold water, furnished apartment.
Few left. Call 3-4941.


*a-Cofmfp loft,
anSidShl.

t roof, Neaf to ralat,
romauffet, Reste NI,
E, ubeed for sMter
BMaty and I gMly.
GEO. F. NOVFY, INC.
(where parking JI a #teIure)
270 Central 4A ,-


Trimpon. "*.
S p. S. xe A.
Shipping, mog torge.
We pack aidorrtt or move
a"hng. 'Pons 2-21
2.2662, PanML


HouseD hu
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FOR RENT:-Furnished, well venti-
lated three bedroom, aportrnent.
For Information coll 3-1936.
FOR RENT--Apartment, 2 bedrooms.
Furnished or unfurnished, next to
bus stop, "Ingenio" chalet No. 108
on Tronsisthmian Highway, be-
sides "Bothonle."
FOR SALE:-Furnished chalet, two
bedroom, refrigerator, stove, wash.)
ing.machine. 6th Avenue, N. 33,
San Francisco.


FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, wlh-
kitchen privilege and phone. 45th
Street No. 34. Tel. 3-4625.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room. 48th
St. No. 7, Bello Vista.
FOR RENT:-Large comfortable fu-
nished room. with private pth-
room. Suitable for bachelor r
couple. Upstairs. Tel. 3.2727. Cu
ba Avenue Net. 67. Across frpm
Panarma Hospital.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room. G. I.
inspected, kitchen privilege r
21, Fourth of July Avenue Apt.
opposite Roosevelt. Hotel.
FOR RENT: Furnished romwY
kitchen, all conveniences, Ind,
pendent entrance. lit street
Hill. house 3 Apt. 1
FOR RENT-.-Fur;1shed room foaf
cheloer. Via EspoAia (3 hou-4
fore Race Treck). .

WANTED'
Migeelianeoo g .,.
WANTED: By responsible co
without children, hoseO aW e or
ment. two or three bed.q.roo W
Congrejo, Bella Vista, Vista
or Golf Heights. Call Penowm
4702 between 7 00 and 9:00 p,
WANTED TO ,UV)-Smoth
sudiable for reconstructing.
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Interest Centers Around

Hitters, Rookie Pitchers

By United Press
The "Grapefruit" League baseball season swings
into action today with several games scheduled.
N o manager minimizes the Senators and the Athletics try
importance of the exhibition out right-handers Joe Coleman,
games but it is a fact that the Marion Fricano and Charley
Grapefruit League "champion" Bishop.
rarely winds uo in the World
Series. The Cubs. who finished Th.? Phillies will tse Andy
fifth in the National League Last Hansen. Kent Peterson and Jack
season, were the Grapefruit Saninrd against the Tigers. De-
Jtjague "champions" a vear ago. trolt will go with Ray Herbert,
playing at a .720 clip. Bill, Hoeft and Hal Erickson.
Most of the interest in today's
openers centers around cleanup In the Cubs-White Box game,
hitters and rookie pitchers. the National Leaguers will use
Young Mickev Mantle takes Fred Baczewski, Bob Rush and
over Joe DiMaggio's old cleanup Warren Hacker. Lou Kretlow.
spot as the Yankees begin seri- Tommy Byrne and Chuck Stobbs
ous training in their bid for a, will go for the White Box.
fifth straight American League
pennant. Veteran Johnny Sain Rookie Tom Herrin and vet-
and rookie Al Cicotte and Bob eran Bill Werle pitch for the
We:sler are the Yankee pitchers. Red Sox against the Reds.
whi'.' the Cardinals will trv
rookies Dennis Reeber. Jack
Fasholr and Jack Crimian.
Jackie Robinson moves back,
into his old cleanup post as the Moonsh-ot it
Braves, m Labine and Ralph
'Branca llch for the National
Iague mpions, whi!e Jim llonalza Yesterday
Wilson, -gave Cole and Gene
CGnley pltch for the Bmves. HALLANDALE, Florida, March
Irackld Jensen. ex-Yankee out- 7 (UP, Longshot players at
der, tries th. Washington I Oulfstream Park hit a Bonanza
enun spot after dofig a good'n the mile and one-sixteenth
n the third slot last season Atlantic City purse yesterday.
yWd Shea. Bunkv Stewart and
Masterson pitch for the Bernardotte Farms' "Dandolo"
scampered home a head In front
of "Torch of War" and return-
ed $143 for a two dollar bet to
SW rnwin. The three-year-old brown
colt paid $35.70 to place and


Pilots To Use


Best Lineups

(By U.P.)
Commissioner Ford Frick has
sent a telegram to all major
league managers on the eve of
the "Grapefruit" League base-
ball season.
The message from Frick warns
managers to put their "best pos-
slb'., lineups on the field for to-
cly's opening games. Frick also
warns the players to give their
best throughout the exhibition
,,season.
Elsewhere in baseball. Browns
*President Bill Veeck says he has
. failed to complete an attempted
player trade with the New York
Yankees. Veeck also says the
,much discusr.,d move of the
i Browns to Milwaukee seems to
be blocked for the present time.
i At Sarasota, manager Lou
S3Boudrea'u has changed his mind
about having bonus rookie Billy
Consolo in the Boston Red Sox
lineup against Cincinnati. Bou-
dreau says: "After thinking it
over, I've decided to bring Con-
s olo along slowly and use Milt
Bolling at shortstop."
Manager Steve O'Neill of the
Philadelph!i Phils, says rookie
shortstop Ted Kazanski will re-
,place Granny Hamner against
;the Tige.rs. Andy Hansen. Kent
Peterson and Jack Sanford will
handle the pitching.
Manager Fred Haney says he
iill experiment with his Pitts-
burgh Pirates during their first
10 exhibitions which start to-
right in Havana against the Cu-
ban All-Stars. Hanev says no
signals will be given because he
wants the Pirates to be "on their
own."
The Philadelphia A's will have
,three right-handers working a-
ainst the Washington Senators.
They're Joe Coleman, who is try-
I ng to make a comeback, and
Irookies Marion Fricano and
Charley Bishop.


$15.70 to show.
Jockey Con Errico started
Dandolo toward his first win of
the year oy taking him clear o"
the field at the first turn. Dan-
dolo gave way to Torch Of War
briefly in the stretch but out-
finished nim to gain the narrow
win. "Gull Stream" ran third.
The winning time was one
minute, 43 and two-fifth seconds
on a fast track.
Gulfatream wasn't the only
track featuring rich payoffs yes-
terday. "Marjorie H" returned
$172 in winning the third at
Charles Town... "Lucky Pete"
paid $161.60 for winning the
6ixth at Oaklawn Park... and
"Marine Growth" paid $105 for a
win In the fifth at Fair Grounds.


UULLGCTOR Catching the
collecting bug while riding in
Mexico. Jockey Bill Pearson
displays pieces of primitive art
in Los Angeles belonging to his
famous collection. All his money
ftom racing goes into it. (NEA)


"THERE IS NO DOUBT ABOUT IT, CHAPLIN
IS THE GREATEST OF PANTOMIMISTS!"
-KATE CAMERON. NEWS


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CHAPLIN LIME LIGHT

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NEW YORK, March 7 (MP)
The Indiana Hooslers hae
been voted the nation's nmm.
ber one college basketball
team hy the 3 members of
the United Press board of
coaches.
The Hoosiers received the
top spot by an overwheinaing
margin after clinching the Big
10 championship anldnNCAA
Tournament berth. With two.
games left to play, Indiana has
lost only to Notre DAme and
Kanmas State, while winning
18 games 17 of them in
row.
The Universtly of Washing.
ton wound up second, LaSalle
was third, Seton Hall fourth
and Kansas fifth. Others in.
the top 10, in order, are Louis-
iana State, Oklahoma A-and-
M, North Carolina. State, Kan-
sas State and Illoiels.



Billy Graham


Whips Giardello


Convincingly


By JACK CUDDY
United Press Sports Writer
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stalked Younger and heavier
Joey Giardello about the ring
and hammered out a unanimous
12-round decision in their third
fight before 8,638 in Madison
Square Garden.
Graham, s al ing 1 I
ounds rto his opponent's fte-
"reversed the reversal o
the reversal" by givinf Phila-
delphia Joey a terrific btter.'
ing in the last half of the
fight, uther he bad weakened
him with clubbing blows to the
left kidney in the earlyhrounds.
New Yorker Billy staged this
Impressive victory over the mus-
cular, brown-haired lad who had
previously won two split deci-
sions over him although Billy.
was handicapped from the first
round on by a gash on the
bridge of his nose.
There were no knockdowns.
.Graham bled only from the
re-opened nose cut that required
two stitches. And he was again
the toast of Bni adway, for he
had not only upheld the 9-5
odds that favored him, but he
had also upheld the New York
Boxing Commission.
The Commission had been
roundly criticized for reversing
the Dec. 19th split decision,
favoring Giardello, and giving it
to Graham. The -County Su-
preme Court later reversed the
Commission's action and gave
the decision back to Joey. Oiar-
dello won his first split verdict
over Billy on Aug. 4.


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LOS ANGELES -March 7-
tNEA- -Johnny Wooden, Uni-
versity of California at Los An-
geles basketball coach, was in
the market for an assistant
last Fall.
Among the applicants for the
Job was Newt Oliver, an ob
sure Ohio high school coach
who offered to bring along a
"pretty fair six-foot-nine play-
er."
Oliver wasn't hired by the
Ucclans, but he did get the
head coaching position at lit-
tle Rio Grande College in Ohio.
And the six-foot-nine guy?
:t was Bevo Francis.


Picks Mantle
Over DiMaggio
BOSTON -(NBA)- More
rookies, says Ted Me Gre w '
would make the grade in the -
major leagues if they'd use T
Mickey Mantle for an example. W
"Failure of many kids to
make good is due to their lack
of hustle." the Red Box acou 1
declares. "Mantle never stopp-
ed hustling even after estab-
llshing himself. He's even great-
er than Joe DiMaggio ever was.
"Mantle is faster, a better
hitter and has a better arm -
than DIMaggio. With two i
strikes on him, the Infield n&-
turally plays back and hfike
is so fast you Just don't nmake
a play on him when he btIntS
unless he sends one right btak
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White ind Bob Conneely with the quiart- 4d hart the re oe dd "
each ma.e rapid movemest4! comes this diadvantage by to run or atra s
morrow towards becoming the cool, steady negotan of himNl so
first speedway rider this newom tricky curves of Rio Dietel,
Sch alk up two matn events -io ,.tal tourist trophy style cir- the rell
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Each has so far colected'tht iubtful atattes'tomorrow is hil fa t'
checkered winner's e Magan, wh6 wa way out son
W. hite will maketl bi o in last day's. min e te
the Triumph Tiundertbil bch when the motor ? ha SO beat pr
carried him to his first win but o. Ariel ;ave out-onh blah The hap aM
which was in the repair a was damaged ad s d
last week. Upper respirtory b ty 4kely to be teay for raOe- bout .ak t. O
disorders. maybe. e dd ot gatomorroW. ucky Harris an
manage to come to terms with -f he do manage to get Into of keystone ce s lum
the borrowed machine he was acn, Magan may be Ju the wa one of the a-tuga
riding, owing to some confusion citizen to foil the -J -Datd 'n st a .
as to whether the sport under Whlte-Conneely bid fot second Ditmel, a i o-ef Nr-
discussion was a rodeo or a main event win. He was not out i station ~ ea it ht .
speedway meeting. The rodeo- In front there by accident last imra ua
minded machine threw Choppy Sunday. iDekis
with bronco-llke cunning and 1 h1 ..A.. 'Saem
regularity. As usdal, it will be a sven den't bst ,. ba
Eddie Armistead, also out last race program, starting wth in-
week with an upper respiratory dividual ime trails and winding h-,e" et the ftrO ti a n
disorder, tomorrow will be riding up with the Lo-lap main eveat. AuguMt of t 1- 1 seIM sa- -
a completely rebuilt BSA Gold The speedway is at the Rio AO w giSM
Star. Cristal roadhouse six miles past plyi wth'gObarltt et ,
Bob Conneely, smallest of the Arraijan. Food and drink We all expaait. "Iat wagale bare
Isthmian speedway stars, will kinds is available at the road- n eelel a W a when:
be bestraddling the smallest ma- house. Parking apace to pentl- came dawn to ring
chine at the meeting, the 40ce fuL ar i ton
Indian w chl last week b B len W of thought I Mght have ane
the major honors to the Co006r. il "21 the to mauthemr, '"a
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tone dotl over he pt. Batelr'stw va. Fremen's Insurance
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Dreyer. Woodruff, Bater's 46 26 .565
Arthur, FI 53 23.418
AMe: A batter ay a aelaer, FI 24 .407
My rouch at the plate bewi *M. Odowin, PL 44 17 .386
pt aed he is t F T ller, FI 83 .365
-llaf to MaV L -ter. FI *l 22 .361E
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t the pitcher bt the all aleae, CAA 2 .348
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as. as he is Imadhug at Poluak, CAA .48 15 .313
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playlg frs altimre. pi 10 2
Chfa, y, Cls 6 10
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atL de drop In l-wal- t Friday afternoon the fans saw
MUlT' one of the best games of tihe
A. l.4 year when Ftreaien's Insurance
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game of one to nothing.
LOU itIMnaer, on the mound
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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMAl, R. ., SATURDAY, MARCH 7,1951
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Van Fleet Insists 8fh At


Always Short Of A. mmui


WASHINGTONG. March 7 closed door testimony yesterday In addition to
(UP) Gen. James A. Van Fleet was "far more startling." group will hear ne
gave Congress new and even Chairman Leverett Saltonstall Army Secretary R
stronger reports of ammunition (R-Mass.) said the committee vens and Gen, J'~
shortages in Korea yesterday will start "right at the top" of Army chief of as
and senators called on Defense the military high command in Saltonstall 844.
Secretary Charles E. Wilson to an effort to pin down the prob- to question Gen. .
explain. lem. chairman of
After hearing Van Fleet's tes- but Bradley wfl'
timony behind closed doors, the Sen. Lester ,
Senate Armed Services Commit- Amn tagD W amam expressed ef. :I
tee summoned Wilson and his a MllI Ii 1 WVImIIwl testimony on tf
top aides to appear before it situation is mt
Tuesday to clear up "conflicting MIn Iiewpointts.'
views." M Werer He said a
T '"wants to shoot thi
"It is iAme that General Van BOlA'Were IfTCeface a headquarters man
fleet and the Joint Chiefs of ry about politicst
Staff get together and decide tions._______
vbich of the two stories we are NEW DELHI, India, March 7 tion-."
to believe,' commented Sen. (UP) Two American women
Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn.). teachers were murdered last
One committee member quot- night in a bungalow at the CHim-
ed Van Fleet as saying that alayan resort town of Denria
when he was replaced recentlyDun, 150 miles north of here, A- 5/o Hour
as 8th rmy commander in Ko- erican embassy officials said H r
rea "they were still rationing today. On at
iuniwtion on the frontline." T.2 victims were Identified-as |
Sen. Jn Sermn Coer Mrs. Herbert StrIckler, wife of 0 U. .rP
t-Ky.) sabd Vn Fleet reported te executive secret of the
n sd Vaner Ff reunsp American' Prebyterlana Emission SEOUL, Korea,
eo thavnos- eBennett of Camden. N.J. trol withstood a with
Shave enough." First report of the double slay- munist -artillery b
Other high military officials ing was .tejeph Ncw fought Off a 200-n
hboe testified at various times by Dr. Aw C. DeT4__al of attack force on thef
S there has never been er been a the caf-opeated Wood-todo
really serious ammunition short- stock school at Mu urie, a hill te
age un Korea. stationU21mi U.Seh Aditileryrs,u
.At a public hearing Thursday, s n m 21 mle1 Dehra s A artiuey rush
Van Fleet told the committee: Owens said' the two women lastam 3nut4e"ormng
"There has oeen a serious short- were sending the night togeth- ttet beforte&t.
age ever since I have been in er at the Strickler's bungalow. Red bit sn 1
Korea, and a critical shortage at Dr. Strickler was away on tour. than 2'i00 rounds
times." The Stricklers had lived and ton on dsi t
One senator said Van Fleet's taught in India since 1919. Miss chop", hl.; gutdln
_________-- _Bennett arrived a week ago toto westr gus
A r k 0vA l_ w teach French, at Woodstock, Se ,orS hrs
Ei.A .P .where children of nuM4rm A- ening psr-. oui
merican families are educated. Se th n.t
SAn American consular. officer ,no mti
To el ua r was sent to Dehra Dun to inves-no M535a152
To ua erstigate. Offhicais ere said the Rd aM'ault r'
MW Deaths "sounded like" a.can of ott in rtoll0h
A rLJ robbery and murder. brou In to smash
At France rF ue air __eanw
Flying American 8upI
Headquarters USAF, has given Sa A mnl ed through heavy do
Albrook Air Force Base permis- i HI Vr u anti-aircraft fire to
sion to utilize France Air Force sI y I* than a third bf a mil
Bae living quaters, in an ef- eftV i s of bombs into a 2SC
tort to ease the housing situa- **. y & munist supply center


tion hereiOnSale Monda
In all, there are 115 sets of
quarters at France, which is ,,
some 47 mile away from Al-
brook on th Atlantic side of Tickets will be available to the
the Isthmus. general public starting Monday
The Caribbean Air Command for the Theater Guild's presen-
staff engineer, pointed out, how- station of "Harvey" which will be
ever, that all of these quarters presented to Isthmian theatre-
are not yet available for use. goers at the Guild's new play-
Their subsequent utilization will house located adjacent to the
depend upon the appropriation of Ancon Laundry, starting Mon-
funds for their renovation, day, March 16 through 20 at 8:00
Twenty-nine sets of the quar- p.m. .
Swhich have been used by Tickets may be purchased at
*anama Canal employes since agmar's on Tivoli Aetn
August, 1950, soon after France at the box office before h
was inactivated, will be useable nightape'ormance.. ..
as soon as the Pan Canal em- Orders will also be accepted at
ployes vacate them. Occupants theaworkshp .from 7:3. p. ,
Of these quarters, which are starting Inday evening JS ex-
good condition, have beenno tending through the wee the
tiffed thAt they must move out performance, by cling 3boa
S dther sets- o "arters will Although many residents of
The outer zeta of quarters w / l Pannama,,nd4 the Canal Zo, ,.may.
require extensive repairs before havee n"ge,,^ heta
they are habitable. A study has or screen, this comedy by Mary
been made by the Engineer's Chase has never ,een presented
ctlon to ascertain the cost of on the Isthmus by an amateur
repairs to 38 sets of quarters .group and should lrpve to be a
Study is now awaiting worthwhe hour anda hlf' en-
proval. Bids will go out for tertainment
repair work as soon as funds are Arthur Payne is director, as-
aatibe. saisted by Muriel Treadwell The
A study is being continued on cast includes Bob arson,
the extent of repairs required on Claude Aycock, Barbara Millard,
the remaining 48 sets of quar- Roy Glickenhaus, -Len Worcester,
r, it was announced. Nell Staples JerryBarone, Chas.
nhe present time, airmeil Walsh i daers, M
W rom 24 to 30 months for Brigham rnd -
g. ment housing and the riel Treawell.
lus. Officers wait six to Backstage production will be
ht months. handled by Howard Armistead,
JIt Is understood that Albrook lighting; Nellie Ho0 1 g e rson,
ponnel who elect to accept prompter; Natalie Worcestr and
at 1Vrance AFB will irginia' O'Leary, properges;
e to make their own ar- Jeanette Kovel, publicity, Adela
Agents for getting back and Bettis and Peggy Beldon, make-
ttb between the bases. up.
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Tourists, as a rule, never see
any interesting places, observed
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Dig.st, J. P. McEvoy, who arriv-f
ed in Panama this week. i
White-haired McEvoy. who
has been with the forerunner of
pocket magazines for 15 years,
does not intend to be that kind
of tourist during his stay.
First of all though, he would
like to clear up for himself
whether the Canal is only a
myth. All theseer ,s .har-o
bored the secret onvltiotha tMa
its construction was all a fen-
tastic story. .
Then, the well-known author.
who writes playa, zMove earipts
a comic strip (DtlfZta atn
tons of articles, wlIt e dow to:
the business at hand which
will probably tumr into a travel
article about PsaA u ter the
Reaider's Digest, to be read
over 17 million pbop .' .
The roving writer, who 5
tackled everything frci tomal
tocan labels toobltta arwcoe0.-
tends that now at last he%, do-
ing the work he loves. ,-
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limitations as to subjetugt.
ter. He personally chw thel0'
cale (PanamA) for his a.-
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When not off on a Ieu.
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