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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: AA00010883:01532
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test to Russia today against three Soviet attacks on frit.
ish planes, one costing the lives of six British airmen.
"Te note covered only the attacks onrbitish planes,
rather than including the shooting down of an Americas
Thundmjet fighter, because they involved aufherized air
corridors.
After drafting the note in conference here, the Allied
high commissioners sent it to Gen. Vossily Chuikov, So-
viet commander in chief in Berlin.
eT~y withheld its text. pending notification that
~hsIke had received it.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Mqybo tI Has
OWNE N UBLIWSD TH PANAMAAICAN PSIN Labor News '
PWNOewN WsINNLSON eOU1s41EVEL m IeNss,
NgnAetUOsN AAAAS. s.onA A-d
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pope 1 ON4,'SAR N AOVNIN t epii40on_ S 0
There came a moment dur-
,IS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN ing Stalin's funeral when the
new boss man, Georgi ?Males-
koy, officially took over from f
the dead man whose research
secretary he had been saueh
T Aminor tasks as making the siln
De rise and fall, casually picking
out flaws in Einstein's theo-
The Mail lox is an open forum for readers f The Pename Amet- rems, dashing off the formulas
icen. Letters are received gratefully end ere handled in a wholly confi- for interspace travel -a n d
dnel aner, publicly announcing 8 o v It
If you cotribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the foreign policy. -M ,A
seat day. Letters are published in the order received. Georgi astounded no one by " tei WAy
Please try to keep the letters limited to one peeg length, announcing that his new govu- I .lPIN
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. ernment's foreign policy would CJ N f
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions be peaceful co-existence be- n NE 16 Q N
expressed in Itte rs from ereoders. teen us capitalists and So-
-0U OF a At about that very moemat, WA y/ MI04TDR 4T, -t-
VALUE OF A FREE PRESS President Eisenhower took ,. '
his eyes off this new mar- mon
Dear Mr. Editor; vel, Malenkov, an for ever ," -a4
1 want to thank you for running the letter about my being some pebefui mealntense
lost and that my.parents were looking for me. You see, when somtween Ameruln e G ilhten
we moved, I was quite upset. I don't like to move and what between Amerleian l- wl Uf
wih the fuss and the furniture stacked all over the place and Americat unle a s-whle
And a buncn of strangers trampling around... well, it was quietly worked thms elva
more than my ragged nervous system could tolerate. AndI I nto porilon for a est-te-
hadn't had my vitamin pills and papaya which I usually get coaet showdown fht this,
eacn night for desert. So, the first chance I had, I took off. ret r busy a
It seemed to me that my parents didn't love me an more weekend.
and weren't giving me the attention to which I had become
accustomed for the past thirteen years. And I was quite un- So bitter did this hom.e front
i4appy. battle grow as the World was
appy. looking elsewhere that Mr. .
I hid out in the' bush for about a week, hooking a mouse senhower had to OPs bllh week
21ow and then or a lizard. (I don't catch birds my parents by calling in his labor ex-
4on't like me to catch birds. Besides I'm getting old.) I was perts, not only to il ind-
setting hungrier and hunger and sadder and sadder. Then tral pec tat is owu .
one day a man walked past selling THE PANAMA-AMERICAN cabinet from f Ih n ubli
And he tossed a copy on the porch of an abandoned house For, baekst. M toa Wt
(the subscription still had a week to run.) I picked it up and House, the cA, l wide
read it and I was overjoyed to see that my parents were looking open. Few know. t but a-
*or ie. So I scampered back to my old house and sat around mong the ow I .. i sen-
Swhile and soon, sure enoi~gh, my father came along looking hower. who personally has bee --.
for me,and we went home. listening to both side s.
The line-up has most of theat
I hope I get used to that new joint. Meanwhile, they are country's businetmeon behind
keep ng me locked up for a while. Just goes to show you the Secretary of Commerce Sin- 3
-Talus of publicity and a free press. clair Weeks and all of the labor111o
leaders, Including John Lewis J W lea c t
Thankfully, and Walter Reuther, behind L the
.. .bor Secretary Martin Durkin. t heO 1UIK
Kittoon. T h e nation's industrialistsF ,
,_ . .. . . .. .a r e s i m p l y s a y i n g t h a t t h e-. - -
SWhite Hoause is being too sof IO ; Northern Kenya, East Afca. The massmurders here is the fact that recently the
l y ' a a ... .. a^ n .. z ler l e,.f.o ftowar d u labor Andrthe y rath
IAnswer to P r vious Pzzle they want a show down. relief o getting back to wberg Afdeo is Africa Ma N Mau k lle a othtr, ioher and aenla..
SInaugural Address A Speaking for theAmSinclair and savages are vages is minb ruable in a No matter .what' a trab the one thing In t
Weeks h b told Mrs, henhow-dland Wharf a sneall strip is devot4M to political which an African reoians on-aant as hil l ove
er that it will go up the Hill et. ,o. r enllren, na own o kyoopm y else's mldren.
,|OKiZONTAL 4 He formerly _and, as Secretary of Commerce, w hear about the murders on the portable- In the resent murder of the huc amly, tey a
tpanking publicly demand tougher labor w e h we bother to tur t o aAL. e ted toe man ou fits alleo him, .n then
I Stop In B le islation if Martin Durkin, s MMostly we don't turn.it on. killed the wAe. when sue eme to inve t.
Snsiun I n th Labor secretary, testifies n It does very little good to hear thtM A friend on .tey went upsore, broe sown te toar
President a, .S.Army support of a weaker Taft or acqualntaRne has had his he loppedd Off 0o t t rom In which awalxyar-o hild Was
S 1r (ab.) Hartley law. in Thomson's Falls or Mwelg or 4z or Kinan- .,lePhg, arnd naCe. taO boy to bits.
He is the 34th 5 Hours (ab.) -Thus., r the first time in gap when you are grille deep In bush and Na tsult or s rewenf iliigs, certain areas
President Qf Abounded a parcel of presidents Mr E- can't 0o anything about it anhow.. haye Dean declared so-mahid lana, an&a wno
t e t Capsizes erIsenhower is faed wit a split They have mobilized the th ml W here, from moves tsreon- ss lout queseoM.
the- States 8Louse egg cabinet on the labor front. 18 to 45, to stamp out the
4 Wargod 24 Railroad 40 Hewa born What .the iu str he a ve hpe Cr 1no i h4 re
k5 Dan s 10Kite end stations Denison, say ,Ing effect, is that they Kenyatta, who cjlbeingtd io eStc ean e o ms _Mau mhIIa ,W1
itAt ,I'.m, it "
ii TAot, 1 L fe of testameito 4 ? Pieces out Me" mt ., Raft"
17 Psalms (ab.) VMail (scot..) -anneO x ab.) 42 Narrow road and urged him t -ar o iaidM u -rag-the
1ISgMiW 1t t Hehhas served tAibs 43Pk this and layis neewlt made and O 1106 $a".! bins
20 Lowd Advocate president 27 Tldy 45 ItAid" that Iabot
S eotsnd of Columbia 2Vein of ore 46 Swerve .v*WoU or th O 3111
(ab). / .University l1 River in 47 Strays;new th Umd
21vdaia Ger loeut, a
. 2 Crwed outr 2 a C rmet-,l ht tastd d alterR.e whi onn tt aor n."-m e N .e e bl
35 Voyaged In a outer garment 33 Goddess of the 0oAv itor I A T, Ba yohi Lewissitting on, teakl
IS Greek 23 Everlasting $7 Expunged suff oaf x Inont Tlla ooplete volelueaesO of organthid Une of my gsmbers,, a KAM mentiy vet-
gravestone .) 3Redacted 53Perched indutty to softer labor aws. murder, which affitt.ts t u @a r muntelen l ur a most arEl iosm, a d
31Play the part IAnd industry, after breaking Konya, is that a main uam of t Man 3t Is laaagrout opers aaon. Au 1 W W. ml,
o lyhosthe tup the special labor-manage. to wipe out friendshIps between black and white. givdn a g aiun. 'ay no dies's Witk Mh no .ta
I :'mont group which mot late last Tht thaeoted u un t as 4Wtro .
34 Violon make,.|- ] week almost completely ob- In,&the SNASSsU saisd'otte ln. hb]afLe lt ihind MW 0A. S- tb u,' to
35 Westerns eatti oured by the 8talin headlines, In th DeWal Cho Ppa ot asei.
,6Cubic meter laws now. They want the 10 Ho must do thl to prove that he la&strongs Wo A V W ,
asPetts major Connunist unions de. Man MuntAnd fittht l to thicause. Me atl1 b4 Ie -Arl d I
3 Flouts -prived of the right to use the kill his Idulgbnhtt m *d nhtreo to puove ugnm3A o.t iN
I 41Note in' :- o country'ss labor Iws and labor that e M in
Guido'es scale board. on a latebth a Eurpath. 811011Ma
T44 eylawkbd of Th /nt a 1kw absolutely He afitgUtltlily t thin he loves, Or risak it"a pe
cuckoo fe~| [forbidding unions to "force" death Ilainlf as a whitW-lOver,
45 Fir woman ;(the Chamber of Cmmerce The feAr that the Mau MHa 'has built amdn It' a$AimC
48 s home is I wOMrd) the great ind tries to the ElkU ytiy themselves is A filed o
Abilene, an on a nation-wide basis minM ',a ranch at N a tX of the trouble 0 o t
51 Hurler do in the'steel, coal, spot. he loyd e IkYU. e v.
64 L uz,W 'and electrical and elec-. NOn# Of o people h n Iny.Juve I r
S *contee equipment fields. This the lAst ear or morear to o
aPrlo I a id crack the strength of the back to tha Reserve, de .d that they p
lowly CIO's basic unions. will be pped for Uot thir n e
ST Restrain i And they f"ee strongly about He takes th t heir tverly high with It'
5 Rusr ,the National Assn. of aguninh hand, a,4n mai
I tsallu aa ottarers and the Chain- One of the the
iLet fall her ofat Cumeree recognized as
) 2 Marries official for industry
Invenraows .the O and Mine
Sinventor "Workers nlon ate called in
to talk fp labor.
21ehind all this controversy
CLANCES By C bra th A,e me rY bA cf.. earsnow
'at labor al n st r. Eisenhower .
and his idiltIEN .
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really goes tan peaceful
co-existende" 5r hie Mr.e Yo lin an "Am el 4.d
J'seenho Wr *ll cut back our YoU e d YI ,b !
SLAMMWar production Od rona
mean a full readjt tof Dvey u-c
Wages and' Jobs at the Irka- .
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Shipping &Air Line News

Bateepost Writer from more than 1200 companies.
Dae Were Monday Twenty-aix acres have been set
- 'Ergophobe William Hazlett Up- aside by the city of Tulsa which
Von better known to Sateve- is known as the oil capital of the
pet audience as the creator of world.
Alexander Botts-will arrive by
anniff's El Conquistador Mon- Latin American governments
ay night to spend several days interested in developing the oil
quainting himself with the reserves of their own country are
thmus. being invited to the giant expos.
According to his own confes- tion.
on, he is the willing sufferer ofl toursto the show whlch
chronic affliction called ergo- Special tours to the 143ow whichbe
hobia, 4 "morbid fear or hatr ed extends from May 14-23 are be-
fwork"). ing featured by Braniff Airways
This avowal doesn't seem to for its international passengers
ibe with the known facts about flyingto the exposition. Further
buson. Autor of thn 0 books, also can be obtained from the.
the Saturday Evening Post. local Braniff office.
End writer for motion pictures
pnd radio, he spent five'years Ex-Maine Governor
working in the tractor business
and the last 25 writing about It. Due ere Monday
Nis stories have been translatedDue Here Monday
to Spanish. French, Cze4h and On 'Cristobal'
Ran.
Upson, who left Miami via Percival 'P. Baxter, former
braniff for an extended visit a- Governor of the State of Maine,
foundd South America is accom- is among the prominent passen-
anied by his wife Marjory, and gers of the Panama liner Cristo-
heir daughter. He describes their bal which is scheduled to arrive
1 id-winter holiday from their Monday from New York and Hai.
Sermon home as a "scientific tl.
'tudy of the siesta." Panama is Baxter served two terms as
' he last stop in his "study." Governor of Maine during the
1920's. He is a Republican and
international Petroleum has been prominent in political
, position Slated For May affairs in his home state for ma-
$n Oklahoma ny years. He served several terms
,A $100,000,000 International as a member of the Maine Housd
Petroleum Exposition with over of Representatives before his
UN00 exhibits on the oil industry election to the governorship in
Will be held in Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1921.
In May, William Taylor, manager
of Braniff International Airways He is a lawyer and practiced
announced today. law in Portland for many!years
First international show to be Baxter donated a large tract .of
held by the petroleum industry land to h:. state which has been
In five years, the exposition in. made Into a public park.
Tulsa. will be attended by fifty Baxter, has visited Panama on
nations and will feature exhibits a previous occasion.



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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL &
"tyou "*....hinking 0 Spend your weekend at Casino Sant PROFESSIONAL
Household Automobiles _a ntnd oo we notci ^So PROFESSIONAL6
O ..usehold .. Wrilt Alcebellis AeAm emm. km9 Clara. cabin 8.4.00 a couple.
; FOR ALE- All rp'es t refrigerators FOR SALE.-Dodge 4 door sedan. 201l Ances. C.. Dance music by Casino Aces.
S r.-e. Term1 can be arranged. 1950 Low m. eoge ETcellen co DR. WEN- DEHAKE. Medical Clinic. Phillips. Oceaonsde cottages, Santo Py S and get more
S4Phone6- 3 Central Avenue K Street, corner. Clara,. Box 435, Balboa. Phone
3 9 _ _--_ Telephone "-3479i Panama. Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673. aUT
FOR ALL o.Dece d.n.ngroom set. FOR SALE- 1951 Pona on 4 Dr AQUARISTS, BIRDLOVIRS: A- Gramlich Santa Ciare Deach. Reynolds LIFETIME Aimll-
,, H $1 900. PoeBalboa55 Vie Epeie, entrance t L stoves moderate rates. Telephone Corrugated Roofin
SE C- tm.. Crest. Phone 3-5411. Hours 9- 6-441 Gambes. 4-567 Pedro Mi- and Sidin.
rFO g davenport aa dIFOR SALE----1949 Chevrolet Con- 12 A. M., 2-6 P.M. guel.
n.rcic,, ch'.. end tables, cock-' e.ttle. Excellent conrd,.on. Ne ---. SALE t Williams Sant. Clref gch Cot. Bu Pr Nd, Paa t|,
ad, rhle tier table, floor lamp lop and rado, $1,195. Collt Williams FOR SALE toges. 2 bedCla refriach ctln. Pe t. t
d bamboo shades. 95 0 2. after 4 m. Ask for Feola Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050. Eibo d t e
Sltei, 5i5i6-1-G. D.ab'o _.. FOR SALE 1951 Mercury Spt. Se- MiscellIaneous8 Except week-ends Beauty and RIlgdfty,
FOR SALE-154 piece Engli h Ch.na da Ecelle pnt, tires andFOR RENT EO. F. NO IC
ri.r..e, te, 10 cubic leer Genc-' .-,,J;ier.,. Less than 16.500 miles. FOR SALE: Young fish: Angels. GEO. F. NOFFRNINC.
EIechrci relr.ge Tao 0 c t r Ge un. lI M .. e lras. First $1.600 take red sw rdt ls congo dsciclids, porta- (wFerR p ar, a pl e el.
12 piece wicker set. tic-or o... t Phone: Balboa 2-3069 legrensis. House 5748 Diablo Hlouses o co ingI I-e oigo
t-.ble lamps, full length. mc".e I - -- Telephone 2-1615. H ouses 279 CntrralAVO. -Tel. 1-9140
FOR SALE--1940 Plymouth 4-door -i
House o30is, Herr lick i.ad Anon Sedan. A-I cond tn. 41-J 2nd. FOR SALE -Variety of tropical fish FOR RENT: For two or three
hnou 305 Hushing. United .n d, A-1 condto. after 5 2nd. Bring container. 5457, Cottage, months a completely furnished re- t
JM.hn E Hush.ng. U r..ted -are 5 Coco Sol.ro. after 5 p _m .ablo. sidence consisting of two bedrooms, Traipot Xl, A ,
SMarshal. call 2-2856 or 2-2-C,9. -- FOR'SALE .ill. b two baths, two livlhgrooms and Shippin, ma e o
FOR SALE: Crib and Ka,-'sier, EDANS BARGAIN SEDANS Sealed bds, n triplicate, re- dningroom kitchen and servants' moving, store.
rroatress. 6 peace bedr.. e, r '- I95 Ford DeLuxe 4 Dr radio ceedngn the office tn heDir En- quarters. For information from 9 We pack and orate or move
neipr.ng mattress. b 19i49 Ford Custom Do Lue 2 Dr. ,neng and Cnstructin Direc- a.m. to 3 p m. at 37h street E anything. 'Phone 2.2461,
walnut Coall 82-5108 Ft. Amrodur radio tar, Panama Cnl ompdny, Bal'- N2o. 22.2
FOR SALE -Twin beds. mattresses 1949 Ford Custom De Luxe 4 Dr. boa Heights. Canal Zone until FO R NT pna
snc n.! a10 00a. im., March 23, 1953, andi
spring dresser chffoner. Crso rado D Luxe 2 Dr radio then publicly opened, for furnish-
bat, phone r-2417. iDr ro. ;ng all plant, tools, equipment, Api m '
FORSALE...-.....- 1949 Nush 600 Super 4 Dr. raioo, labor, service, and materials, and e tH
FOR SALE.-Bon Spring three 1uar- 9 WIS tires, sun vr sor for performTng all work for Re- FOR RENT: Furnished moder
Telephone Balboa 2870. House covers. saying of TBuldin 801Roo, or olbo Jta- apartment hot ne n cold wa 4ter. AL N AND
535. Chagres treet._Ancon Your dealer AUTOS EISENMAN" Canal Zone. Copies of specifica- Panama.USED FURNITURE
FOR SALE -HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS beside the Coca Colo bottling. Tel tons and drawings for the work
25 cycle Westnghouse refriger- 2-4966. may be ,obtained from the office FOR RENT:-2 bedroom apartment. 41 A1 flw ite
ator $150. porceloain Frigidoire WE BalY. SELL & FINANCE of the Contro and Inspection Di- Jose de Fbrego Avenue, Pasade- W %
$85, Landromat $200, radio w,t -- - -vision, Room 336, Blboa Heihts no, G. I. inspected. Telephone
phonograph attachment $40; 3 FOR SALE -Plymouth 1950. Rad.o (Telephone 2-3739 or 2-26981. "Fomilla Herrerco" 3-1070 or J-
speed revolving oNn $30. alcrm Leather sears. Duty paid. Extras. A deposit of $20.00 will be re- 3462. Panama. MODiRN
clock $5, 6-was lamps $10: pin- $1.500 cash. No offers. Tel. 3- quired for each set of specifica- FOR RENT: Purnished apartment, E RN
up lamps $1 ao $3 Also elegant 0848. 46rh East St. No. 12, Bella hans and drawings. The deposit llvlngroo ni dlningroom, 2 bed-
maohoganV dining table, seats 16. V,sta. will be forfeited if specifications rooms, prch, kitchen, to person HEE
$100; buffet $5 dressers wth FOR SALE -1948 Ford SuperDe- & drawings are not returned with- who buys furniture. No. 3, 47th .Aff-w No. 17
detached r.rros 40) ;lar ge ga ss-t .uxe Club Coupe. Black w.th 1n 40calendar days after opening Street. Tel. 2-2687 or 3-3367. aL- I
ooredt books 4 Also znc-top. t lor.-made maroon upholstery. ofbds.FOR ENT:-Furnshed apartment
protect books l$9 Ao z-c glider Completely new braking system. FOR SALE: Brand new Bell & livingrorm, dnhlnaroom, 2 bed
$2d wicker robe $12. pa nts. A real buy for sorme GI. Phone Howell 16 mm movie camera, mo- rooms, porch, kitchen. No. 3, 47th
25 wche r rokequipmer nt pa Albook 2208. del 70-DL, very late model. With St. Tel: 2-2687 of 3-3367.
kitchen equspmer.r portions. OR SALE -- 3 lenses and matching viewfinder FORc RENT:--Funised 1
mirror, books. garden tools, white' CONVERTIBLES BARGAIM lnses, Turret head, and crank, FOR rNtor.- uT couple,$6S.OO AND SLIeR t.
elephant table L B. Moore. 207 CONVERTIBLES D n Luxe leather combination car- onotera for I cUr family. North AND SL
Gorgas Road. Ancon 1930 Buick Super, Dynoflow, redio Tying case. Wide angle Super C a-
Gog Rod. o1949 Buick Super Dynaflow, radio mot F/2.5, 1" Super Comant Americn neighbors. No. 4 sac-t
S- 1949 Pontiack Super Dynflow. ftain, radio 9, .8'-TZ.5 F/2.3) tth ond stet Carrasqulill, e entrance "
E S S N S 11949 Mercuryna. Chief. ra d Cooke Telephoto lens, all w.th EPno Tehne ,."471. BIbrog|
S19* Oldsmobile. radto," dt ces ing vewln.sdw sl and all FOR RENT:-Furnlishd 3 -bedroom
LEARN TO FLY with SA at P- e.de t o C t T weeks, to ay lt.$150es
till Airport. Tuiton or Piper Cubs 2-4966. se and hir match
Tel: 3-1337. WE IIJY, SELL &. FINANCK s adtn n f
FOR SALE FOR SALE: 19'2" oir S on l : ib o 20L-9069 .
Wagon. practically nd&. or"O A Drm Pnh
Motorcycles miel. Price new. $2,20, selling Fr ,;..
trev sas bargain $1.500 SMOOT & Puppies, male $100, female $75. FOR RnTil':. i
OR ~"SALE -_ 1949-74 OHV Ha, F SALE trootr,
F~O ~s9 --, -. ... .. .. ... ... FOR SALE 2 m. steel buffet, two I nforn twi refr
Da.,dson Call 5-541 or see at 41- FOR SALE: 1947 Fraser Sedan. tenn -2s r ckes, like new, cheap. Cecilig 'gROP P A C
SGoatun. after working hours Good condition. Call Navy 3732 tennis rackets, like newt. Bal chebo a. Cecilia
S SALE --Triumph Tiger 10G cc FOR SALE.-1951 Ford 8 De Luxe --DA-LFOR- s l cb. kRENTFe urn. dllg
rr-- cycle almost brand new, 800 $1,390 00 4 Door 11.000 miles FOR SALE.-Smmons steel crib wtlh kitchen. privilege ,1 1 Mh
m:" Perfect condition. cnly Coll Albrook 3216 Baby Beauty ,nnerspr.ng mattress, Street No. 34.. .
S-01 00. For informationn call 2- S 8 - excellent condition, Baby buggy. OR- RN-- -- .
S 1CF-9 ___0_ Radio. 5 new 6 ply tires. Call Al- -2mIns' Sin n
HelD W anted brool 86-62E.9 WANTED 21,F3 LP ,,.'sA.:a,
.-- _- -- FOR SALE.-1946 Chevro e F let et- WANTEDFOp p ot Ho I----.. -- .
WANTED -Ladv Single between mobter Tudor. new upholstery, Milln FOR REs NT -Nicely fUrnishtd N .-
25 and 30 No fomly t' F paint. W/W tires. battery and ___ MiscellaeOUS San Frosco. th St N,-13,Bi
housekAeper for eldevly gente- brakes with radio and heater. Ex- WATED Cal 2-1693 or 3.27.
men copable of cook..ng Pr sate cellent condlion. $700.00. Tel without children, house or apart- F I
quarter for some 4C 00 per 86-5230 Albrook Field. ment. two or three bed-rooms In F OnSA j At
meoncth apnakeep f o soine For .in-Y. Pltn 70 0 l itout cildrn house or apart- R EsAat
month ond keep for som.e For in-o "' "At Congre~ci. Bello Vista. Vita Alegre. .__._1Real Esa ' .-" Bel i s t A
-i teri.ew Sunda, 1th. From 2 p PFR )NALS or Golf Heights Call Panama :3- IalEsa
r vsm t.II 4 p m Room 304 Hote1 l -- - 4702 between 7 00 and 9 00 m. FOR SALE:--Son- Cer
,Iniercana.,l Must ,P Spenash --GEORG D- ARB. JR.. H. Car- - --E ----- -- --rg bed m o,, .
and Englsh Mr. 8 W Peal DdWANTD TO BUY.-5mnooh -n I- lrge bedroo tC The*ater P -
S and English M. Bi W Pea rective Spinal and Structural Ad- TO B o otr t iRes-I rre.Inooms, l
:WANTED L-undress, housekeeper. lutments 75 Calle E.tudlpnte alo s r in
references reured Appl te Telephone 2-5159 8 a to ut Naciono A.No kitchen ar rt,
Ile Peru Avenue, telephone 2-0406. and both. Fully fumftid & IttnightattthezCI
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1 I 00 a. m. House 777-A. Balboa. p m. By oppointm-ent.,Pana ing' Servel refrigeratOr V 4h ow]li, io
S R-osring beds. 260 ftI. 0ptav udlenee
WANTED -Retred CanalbZoneu ced.4 RMCepetatsna ptdu
couple for contract with Corona- tabd. 3-1R 6l y oi n -
do Beach.. Small salary, free cot- hao, S into C *o. o l A--. = .
Stage and utilities For appoi.,..entment --- t, oo WS tl COWCt
Scoal Balboa 3346. FOR RENT-Or I t-- be taad
Panama 3 -517lot of land in .-r..eo tse
WANTED-Heavy equipment opera- large onde WI .itr eO ltin0
taro9o s with experience of Bull Dozer Jauon e1',11i
oand Corry-ll,. Apply Macco-Pon.Jun 104, ..T_"tar
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tary forces he eondelement oe
Th military leam an met complsh
our "r mi waion," Rdw of d
p eAn delee tat ersl,. cIne1u6n
MfefguRrding the -tinet a-
gainst the forou"
of Rums with S Bi5 and A-
r Merican atomic weapons.
"I belive then 1 no mafli
by whih one element of this
our mnislon," RidgwAvyesd.
"I believe that neither science
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nor production nor the military
nor the civil can alone seeom-
pUsh our mission. I am sure that
no single wepoM or family of
wmpon. can do eo.
- "Only an Integration of the
capabilities of allthe those nstru-
mentallte can expect to pre-
wval over the tremendous forey
we' confront today."
Rdcgway also announced the
itom ei of his command
thr n Europe, eztendtan
rN Arctic Norway to Turkey.
The final Step Is the actlva-


Vauylmg pe '
All our smon are a of ti ''
ent lent. pri W
and 21;T=: umare,
and 14 hour; autumn, p
and 18 hours; winter, g daysW
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row. of Mediterranean
quarters under British
larl Mountbatten.
At that time, the headqua
Of the Allied naval commauBp
In southern Wurdpe, under
merican Adm. Robert B. Carmel,
will be abollahed.
This gives Mounatatten fog
responsibility for keeping
the e lanes through the
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SiUnitei Press Sports Writer
The three new moto
NEW YORK, March 14.- Eight of the nation's major college riders who tried cotlud -
basketball powers, led by All-America Bob Houbres and his with the stars of the Rio Critql
Washington teammates, clash tonight for semi-final berths in speedway last Sunday are .x-
'. the NCAA tournament. pected to be back undaunted .'
tomorrow.
At Corvallis, Wash., it'p Washington (28-2),, the Pacific Coast Jack Hilliard, Bob Blhmdell
champion, against Santa Clara (20-6). Houbregs and Washing- and Sherman Shelton will "be --
S on set new single game NCAA tournament record of 45 and much the better for their bap-
S2 points, respectively, last night in whipping Seattle, 92-70, tism of fire, as It were, at the 4 3AS GARDEN MAB 310 ranking high average
bhile Santa Clara ousted Wyoming, 67-52, in the second round. hands of Eddie Armistead, LEAGUE BOWL TIa .are ar now: I
At Manhattan Kan., Kansas (17-5), Big Seven champion Choppy White and Bob Conneely Seuares 1952-1951 Awr Two Team Avea e
nd defending NCAA king, meets Oklaboms A & M (23-6), last week. Weeks In Advancer ,las 301-AaI M owh l
e Missouri Valley champion. Kansas beat Oklahoma City Odds are on them giving the i Closing Date ', AtlaI 1w-471 0 trl- w"a
university, 73-6S5, and Oklahoma A & M whipped Texas Chris- top-liners more trouble this time 'Colonel' Hector Downe's bowl- Snoworop 101-60-t Jr
an, 71-54, last night. out. Best example of this sl Don Ing team. the 'Atlas den' enl. ocrop 189-3 Miet W
At Dahl, who was similarly a novice try in the Major. 0wULag eaue 1, Atlas' 1-4. At tie
At Chicago, Indiana (20-3), Big Ten Champion, goes against about three meetings ago. Of the Panama CanAl .owlng ws, Stem pel 117 8' bahlid-.h-
]otre Dame (19-4). Last night Indiana edged DeRanI, 82-80, Last week he was right up Association, secured. the 196-i2 Local 17-31 2rtedby BO-l: ~ b
while Notre Dame trounced Pennsylvania, 69-57. there with the front men, d 1953 championship of .the Major ..Laaia. L lap. 8e. 186M- the Birway at
sla now a likely contenter for fp League when It won sne point .il Stemipel 1-47 tons
At Ralelght,, N. C., Louislana State (23-1), Southeamtern honors. from the Fuerst y Lu, tena, fto~.iser, L4 Ip. l&el. e 18-5o-10 sn o
Conference winner, plays Holy Cross (20-5), the New England Pappy Prutsman is another Tuesday night, at DiWblo Heights -' W ad tmamthe,%6
tope. L. S. U. downed little Lebanon Valley of Pennsylvania, Rio Cristal rider who I a better alleys. t
89-76, and Hely Cross outclassed Wake Forest, the Southern performer every raB-e ie corner The team is conmppspd of Rob- cores of the matches: ti e *
Conference winner, 79-71, last night, out for. ert J. (Bud) Baler, well-known Atlasa OBrOe
SMost notable absentee tomor- Isthmian bowler; Harry Colbert bet 191 17 2386 0t
Two tournament champions will be decided toaigt. row is likely to "e ay Magan, who went on the tema from the or 101 1 .165 44t
At Madison Squqre Garden, St. John's of Brooklyn meets whose Ariel s not yet back In Margarita Leage, ll.n Ke)- Bates 143 7 183 04 i w
ieton Hall of South Orange, N. J., in the first all-metropolitan racing trim after oenonterin ly Marabella; Mal b eeler Coffey 302 301 S
S final in the 16-year history of the National Invitatloi-Tourana- serious motor trouble hi we former Atlantic B r 171 31 M
Irent. Top-seeded 8eton Hall is a five-point favorite. Duquesne out in front in tl ial event Bates of Curundu, a the very
plays Manhattan for third place. a couple of wee 'q well-known winner e- the 1952 81 9 S t.,
The Rio Crlstsl kedway Is ABC Achievement Award, for. VA.. i
close by the RiO. 1ai road- mer. Isthmian dlyi Fhnpion, Fueuas y Lm has
house, ltx miles, the Na- William (Billy) ey. Stns 1 212 192 55 6 3W l_
The seven-race-p'f t m is for was secured wie t became aoli 2318 148 3M 0 a -4 .a.sual..
machines of all cla iThe or- mathemati ly ol for ods 0 191 e
gani ras have in t i ached. thed Mak IL atm I & ea elks 4 1 18 M ,-ilsa, t
Suled special races r ht two- 1951-1952 Major epand Cu t 6 .. n
stroke machines,. f as the Chumpon to n no u t Oa 9a- h 3
Excelsior, and for the heavy nts the t twoweekto
Harley-Davidson. buit entire toopthe "ota of th Atisa r r- La Im leleeta be
h not so far qnted giving den team, despite a three-polil A. Danin e1 o40 Inp e4Ufe be a
sUCh spei Al evena permanent winL ao the La Improaetil2he0r M17 30 -TO U Is p
place on thepr A. Select team while te Am J. Dami an Io to d lb
Should aenoue lightweight team was winning out one. ute 1 1S 844 40 1-; .
machines turnout. a race would The At teem Is presently o 118
likely bela on for them. bowSn at a M1A verage Cl0 t no"me move befe-
There ies plety of parking some pClnts above the leaguS S ZS5 t2 e 3S Fthe season stom -
apace at the speedway, and the entrance average.of 1S1 ,SwhicbIs Vs.. L
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The Ailbtook eri and Bill Irtook the. Stempl2
Io aof 1 65th AAA thweek .and has benl st
Co l ert ef m.tcha I g -
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afternoon at the Jnort Amador tm. 1. heer1.
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argin over the second place reon us. oton IIIil..e
Sd Infantry t1n as they post- The present team 1 'stun


a 5,8-pound test luron line with a 10-pound nylon leader. d-.Ny Atantic placed La'..
&- 7nd for a total of 294 o
N T Ean eight stroke t arglTe over .4 ost AU aV 117 16
N O T I C E ... eddAegi- an4 Da le Bsean tied t or
with 302 ang entered a JsArgie Worman,' Dick !
STOCKHOLDERS O CONSOLIDATED sudden-death plAy-off for the Jo Hoffmtp, Al Danl VE
a TRANSPORTATION SERVICE, 'INC. r ter- p-he eondor peenantry MAY.sd

day, March 31, 1953, at 2:00 p.m. in the Company's offio te mn h Nwy A pl e uod N ln 2, s1 l
InyCurupu, Canal Zone.T plalyingtrokeU.unit t9r avyAtlantc.cl ..-
The oenda wieer thn ive ond the 'eMlfla rton,201n lOh

2.AE FACng. of the re n Ca mo. son of tlhe directors. s t et -iaUr to-.."'
4 %. Report of the fesidente and Treasurer. the winners immediately follow-
4. Any othereeubness that any shareholder may the play-off for medalist lae
propose. WOODROW de rCASTRO .ah tc

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By orsfr of the BiMrd of irotors, thestookholders of NATIONAL DISTILLERS,
A. are hereby notWiied that a SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING will be held.
the main offiess of the Company, located in Avenida Bolivar, Panama City,
P., on the 27th day of Maerh, 1953, at 5:00 p.m., for the following purpose


(a) To reaM the mirnlte'ef the previous meeting;
(b) To reduce the authorlled capital of the company by modifying article 4
of the charter and aptiole 5 of the by-laws of the company, and authorie
the distribution af-oho amount reduced to the stockholders.
(a) To modify articles 24 and 26 of the by-laws (To establish the office
of a Second Viooe sldent).
(d) To record any other.-atter deolided upon by the stockholdWrs.


Panami, Marsh 12,~~463.


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Directors, shareholders of special ordinary took reIorded in the Sharshelders
RBook of the company up. to March 15th 1963, are hereby Jaformed that -I* e
Ordinary Generda Assembly of ie PANAMA TRUgT COMPANY INC., (C.mpaht
Fidilarla do PanamA, S. A.). w be held in the office f the companWy looq td at
Noe. 20, "1" Strft, In this oty, 'at S:00 p.m. on Friday, Maroh 27th, 13 In order
to consider the following mattrs .
1. Report of the Board of Detore.
Presentation of Citr StateMent'atd Profit and Loss Ai Mc nt at clee*
of business of Do r 31st. 1952.
2. Proposed amendrnmeoa of Social Pact and. By-.kws.
3. Election of DJrweto'..
PanamA, March i 1951.
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WASHINGTON, March 14 -
(UP) Lewis J. MacKesson, a
S former Voice of America engine-
er, testified yesterday that the
wrong ship was picked as a
floating transmitter to push
S American o.ropaganda through
S the Iron Curtain.
B' He said It was "exactly"
what a saboteur would have
done.
r f Simultaneously a Bronx, N. Y.,
mathematics teacher who made
one Voice broadcast to Czechos-
lovakia last year refused to say
whether he ever was a Commu-
nist, though he declared he was
not when he made the broad-
cast.
The teacher. D. JuliusH. H a-
vaty of the Bronx High School
of Science, said to answer might
Incriminate him.
He said he made the broad-
cast "as a loyal American" at
"considerable risk" to relatives
Still in Czechoslovakia.
Chairman Joseph R. McCar-
thy, whose Senate Permanent
Investigating Committee heard
the two witnesses, said the Voice
has a rule that no squrity check
required of persons doing "on-
ly four jobs a month."
This, he said. permits persons
who fail security tests to work
% for the State Department's pro.
paganda arm.
S MeKesson said he and others
recommended that a Navy escort
carrier oe used for the floating
transmitter.
We said he was overruled,
presumably by George Herrick,
chlef Voice engineer. The ship
ftmally chosen. a small trans-
port, had to be rebuilt and
strengthened to handle the
heavy broadcast equipment,
he said.
The vessel, the Vagabond, Is
now in' the Mediterranean
broadcasting propaganda behind
the Iron Curtain.
McKesson said "at least a mil.
lion" dollars could have been
saved by using the baby aircraft
carrier.
He also said the carrier
would have given the Voice a
signal about 1l tim as power-
f l as 0 te entVA bondat

As that it could et Into har-
S bors too s"all for f e carrier.
McCarthy said he detected "a
S pattern to discredit 'ad sabo-
tage any attempt to have an ef-
f tectve, operating Voice of Amer-
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Air Force, f'avy, Marines



Content With Ammunition
WASHINGTON, March 14 hindered any 1st Marine DivI- although iadliations are that It
(UP) The Air Force, Navy and slpn missions in Kora, is firing a record number of e
Marines indicated today it will And the Navy said its ammu- shells in b attering Communist
not be necessary for Congress to nation oroolem was not serious, installations along the embat- A
investigate their ammunition tied North Korean coast.
stocks. *The Armed Services Commit- DK M
Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.) Dutch Cons tee Thurdaym rset up a o e
called for the check yesterday as resgroupe under S n.I Marar
a follow-up to the Senate Armed xprsss Ts Chase Smih(R-Mass.) run
Services Committee investiga- I a continuing check the gen
tion of Arm ammunition short- I Army personnel eral ammunitloo situation after a
ages in Korea. Heartfelt thanks to the U S ruling that Gen. James A. Van odo=r March 14 (UP)
An Air Force spokesman, said, Army Caribbean ao generous Fleet's charges of serious Army -.A shgodor of yeast and
however, thAt ammunition has contribution of andero shortages were suabstantally bubbles I the East River along
not been a problem in air oper- food to the dosted po ple of correct. the BrookIl waterfront led
ations. Hollnd and.was f Ifhsan in ad fedetal agents to
The Marines reported they teHolland was anP i a let- Byrd augeste that this sub t ille al tllound the
had experienced no shortage ter of the NetaiA. to Cuba nCommitteoke in the bn mu-:i F. a days Wl r-
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Hau. Constructors

Land Contract For

M*rga School
E. 0. Hauke Construction Corn
pany, of Colon, has been award
ed a contract for the construct
tion of an elementary school a
Margarita which is scheduled
for completion in time for us
when the new school term open
next fall.
Only two bids for this work
were received of which the Colon
firm's offer of $334.714 was low.
The new school buildings wll
be of masonry construction with
asphalt tile floors and insulated
concrete roofs. The school wil
consist of five one-story building
connected by covered passage
ways with a large patio access
ble to all parts of the school
plant.
The design of the new school
Is different from any ever used
In the Canal Zone.
Pour of the units will be use
for-. classrooms and the fifth wil
provide space for the principal'
office, a clinic and sick room, an
a book storage area. Entrance t
the classrooms will be from cor
ridors extending the length o
the four buildings.
The buildings are designed to
provide maximum ventilation
and light and still provide seclu-
sion and quiet in the individual
classrooms.


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when you buy


Jamaica Rum

Only the sand of Jamaica (British West
Indies) can produce the real and genuine
JamaicS Rum.
But anybody can label his wares u
j,,,u,,, Rum.
For y or proton, ,make ure that
when you bly a bottle of Jamaica Rum it is
clearly lbeed as a uomDc'r oF JAMAICa.
Without these marks it is not gemae.

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van Puhuys sali the examples RETBN v NGAGEMENT
of spontaneous hearty from all RIVT N ENGAGEMENT
over the world w=dl lead to a WINNEBAGO. Neb. (UP)-
senEe of International solidarity Thomas F. Harden was the first
to the benefit of' mankind in youngster admitted to St. Au-
general. gustine's Indian mtision 10 years
The volun er "Bundles for ago. The Rev. Frank Hulam n.
Holland" drite in the USCARIB operator of the mnllaon, his an-
continued for several weeks last nounced that Harden, now 31,
month and qmore than 40,000 will return to tech after.he r-
pounds of clothing and food was celves his degrbe from NOre
sent by ship to the Netherlands. Dame University.


USAF's Top Mig-Killer


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SEOUL, Korea. March 14 (UP)
- -U.S. Babre pilots. said they
1 chased Migs "all over" northwest
lKorea today, knocked down three,
probably destroyed two and
1 damaged two more.
d It was the last mission for Col.
Royal N, Baker, McKlnney, Tex.,
d who shot down hil.12th Mig yes-
1 terday to set an all-time jet waf-
i fare record. He made no claims
d today.
o The fifth Air Force announc-
- ed that Baker would leave for
f the United States "in a few
days."
o The new Allied air victory was
n the second in two days. It came
- as the Migs left their attack-free
a base at Antung, Manchuria, in
an attempt to break up relentless
U.N. fighter-bomber strikes on
the main Communist supply line
from Red China down to the
western front battle-line.
Jet dive bombers destroyed 67
box cars and knocked out four
rail bridges at key points along
the Red supply system.
Baker returned to an advance
air base yesterday to receive a
hero's welcome from pilots and
ground crewmen.
He had Just shot down his 12th
Mig-15 to become the world's
leading jet ace in a battle more
than seven miles high that sent
him crashing through the sound
barrier at a speed exceeding 700
miles an hour.
Baker gave most of the credit
to a new secret radar gunsaght
used on Sabres and to his ground
crew, and then took his at oft
to the man whose record he had
bettered, MaJ. George A. Davis of
Lubbock. Tex.
"Major Davis got his 11 jets in
a few days where it took me al-
most a year," Baker said. He said
Davis. missing in action, was a
"fine pilot."
"I wish I could have gotten
two," the handsome pilot told the
men who greeted him yesterday.
"That woulihave made a prop-
er Baker's dozen."
Baker, who commands the
4th Group of the 4th Fighter-In-
terceptor Wing, was flyldg his
127th Korean combat mission.
He is to leave March 27 for re;
assignment to the Atr Defense
Command at Wright Field, Day-
ton, 0.. where he will work on
the delta wing F-102 project.
His record kill, listed as the
600th Mig destroyed in the war,
was scored when the flight of
four Sabres he was leadinglr spot-
ted a "big gaggle" of Migs mid
way between the Chon ehon and
Yalu rivers in northeast Korea
"I was leading a flight qt Ia-
bres on a sweep south of th eY-
lu at 38.000 feet when we soted
two Migs off to the left tuInM n
to the north," he said. -
"I picked out the No. 2 mm
closed and started o
good its on the tailt
the MIg slowed up and I hded-
down in a dive.
"We went through thopnd f *
Sound. i
"I closed oan hma asoa.i
and smoke started to pour oat
of his tail section. I
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nd thepilotejected.
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exploded In a burst of black
smoke as it hit the ground."
He said the pilot paed l-
In 100 feet of him as het
chuted to earth and "I the Bt
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Korea. UP
-= M. Stevenson arred for
an inspection of United
too today and lid
nfghbtf n "the Uni te'
hegrt and mind are
The defeated Dem i
Identlal candidate arr
plane froi Tokyo for a
hand look at the U.N. war -
fort and to confer with Aurl-
can and Korean leaders.
Stevenson told repor.te be
came to Korea only as tt
citizen on a "self-educat
Stevenson, In the Par 'At
the start o a world
aIn tour. wll send two
the Pun area before
BSeoul for m geetoag w a
Korean. Preddt
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