The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01538
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01538
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of fCe against recent recommendations made by 9 General Ac-
0.eL.c Nem uw coming Office -representative calling. for a drastic r
ltnshis mates. dltion of 5,000 employes from Canal rolls, the sM
ithav in aonnec- of 'ne Panim6 Line ship, and the linuting of the 25%
p su1 e m o~ teas differential.
ldte n hewvein 0 They were protesting against $ie testimony of WiP
"tto ^t Mk fil' -- Newmqt, director of the Audits Division who testifl4
a .a ed4Morch 16 before a Senate Subcommittee on appls%
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n S t"Whst m nuus hini such an aeuthrity?" on ira
bept 4 eos pa e white-collir clek inquired.
3& I dIs' k the man uld be set," proclaimed .
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. mIwith New-' U$.
Sdatlons beeusum Newman stated that "
SPth aMVw RepubH~a ad- the Panama LAne
m e in4 look favra- should be sold, as two are a
Bbly; designed to quate to handlee the needA"
pr an oay drive in the According to Mumno's re
Sfed |Newman 'a well as aenat*
Sa co talton received lender, Democrat of Lou
whe iros Howard e. Munro, the strongly favor ren
W YORK, Ere. M fUP)-> Centfal I tao's legitlative military, except those d
S DRof Mair .SI(P) r en3B in Washing- defense, from the Cnal Za
Sfor Inducing girls nto a ton nr posal were also that all servicee
,s / ld catl ng x to Ou ind"t"Sl. -such as hospitals, coUIMI
Of proituti o ntirf to police and Iire pxoteett b h_
I Ioety was iPoMp for a the Oidue.on in force, der civilian management e
today at t.f re uest ofthethe t 0Oreproentative recm- from the Canal or from
wtwmn department. me that the 25 er cent dif- ama.
sessions Judge Francis fre al for those U.S. citizens
II h adjourned sentecinc hired ocallv belimtated. that According to Munro,
Ot arah 27 when informed the uated slea yarem be Ellender aid 'We should get
t the probate report was put effect (as reported yes- of buain .1 on the Zone, we mlp
rady. terdain The Panama Amerl- better relations with Panama
can d that one of the Pana- He felt there was a great dett)
e Judge refused to hear mo- a e d ships be sold. duplicatilo of effort. Newma
a by defense counsel to ad- His remarks were forwarded confirmed this by exipah
J Jke to ball or to parole him iere Walter WagnAr, president that there are diplicaon
euatody of his attorneys of U. who toge r with facilities, such as hospital as
sentencing. her r leaders the Zone dairies.
year-old hdr to a S.- tr the reeoummedatons a Newman then broke do
founeh ap en in the heatt" arean theCanalrok ow
hs Iison sineo Feb. 26. He area on the Canal Zone
rWvicted Feb, T on two c ting on the rest situa- stated that after 290 miles
faof comZulry prostitu- tontea Zone, Newman Js re- water and swaSip aqd 14 .=
can mall-mIle iJm. orted have O of Jungle were removed,
dressed in a blue suit. w mail Rental schedule square miles of usable
shirt. and dark blue tie, of was f'ir and sound. left, out of which as prowt
listood with his hands claso- Thb did all they could on held by the military.
Jt front of hip during the tbe 4 schedule and expects He touched on the waste
Court session. He aces a to the rents on J.td 1. the Summit tomuite and U
mum sentence of 30 years i i terestis nluded. that the 80 million
tach of the two counts. RepIt cover all costa as project had been cutto
m jury. h o w e v e r, recom- the lan does not served how the ua o
d merc'v. with any pit of Budget saved $15 by
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OLWN Oppoab ee 5S.1T QMMALI AVNI u TUBIggN ISITN AND 1TiTn 1T1e Z. '
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0o0 *RIE VEAII *ID4VANC .1._ ...-. 5 3 84 O By PrTKE R DSON
President 31senhower a lm-
paign promise to revise the
'TH E MA IL BO Taft-Hartley labor law is now
7H. E MILBXbogged down .l ph y appears
to be another hopeless pohtical
Su -- deadlock. The attuation is this:
The Labor-Management Re-
The Mei lBe is en open terum for readers of The Paneme Amor- nations act of 1947.-otherwise
keam. Letters are received grtefully and ere handled in a wholly coni*- known as the Taft-Hartley
deatiel rmnner. law- has been given a bid
If yeou entribute a letter don't be Impatient it it demn't appear thename he e unil. Some-
mexs day. Letters are published in the order received. remove parti. o .the t I n
Pe16s. try to keep the letters limited to one page length. In the public mind as to
Identity of letter writers is held in stritest confidence. whether It's a Ood or bad law.
This newspaper e assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions Ex Rep. Fred Haley oft
Mspresed in letters from readers. New Jersey is nOw out f
--o -government. 1bl hasno elaSm
0to having his name ionaest-
OPEN LETTER TO JOE DIGNUMB ad with a new er law.
Sen. Robert A. Taft o Ohio
Cristobal, Canal Zone. is still very much 5aoen -,
ment and quite a to
Vear Joe: have his name eontianm as
the author of the law.
o The writer is impelled in this Instance, as he is in so many Taft has therefore offered a
others cleariv besono his powers of perception, to take issue with series of amendments to his
ghe eulogistic review which appeared over your signature In The old law. They stand a fair
b..Iama-amerlcan recently. It deElt with the late but not la- chance of being approved by
4iented histrionic emetic titled, "The Moon s Blue." And now the Senate. They aren't even --
4now why l being considered by ae puse N
of Representatives..
If the dramatic personae of this Idiotic helping of Grade-F On the House t ide of the s
ripe feel that tnev asLana accuse of being periurmers. leL them Capltel, Rep. SanUl4 K. McCon-
'* [axe some small ineasuie 01 comfort in ne knowledge that. on nell, Jr., of PounsylyInga IB nw. .
e nalght 01 tias writer's tetnsemane in tne sixth row, center, chairman of the Committee on
aney were Justly ana fairly trle, na mercifully acquitted. Education and Laboc. He wants
Ito make a name ot himself.
Joseph. I am constrained, perforce, to reveal some of my more His committee is therefore
ALtimate reactions to this assault on the citadels o01 Tnespis, for conducting an- exhauftve In-
W chic oiaclosures you are no douoL breamilessly waiting. vestigatlon with the object of
writing a new and better labor m,.
To me, as to many others of limited Intellect, Mr. Reznik gave law.
the unmistakeable impression o0 a man sorely plagued by the Testimony before the Mc- -
n ecessity for other characters to occupy the same stage with him, Connell committee has thus
so clumsily eager was he to bring to we art-starved peasants his far been In complete cor allct.
personally conceived version of the composite talents of Booth, Union labor leaders Want ev-
Barrymore and Bogart. The first two named now roam the fields erything changed In the Taft-
of asphodel In gaseonq iorm, and so need not be alarmed; the Hartley law except perhaps the
third party may be assured that his reputation as an actor In preambl.
' comparatively safe. For Mr. Reznlk, as he pranced, jerked and National Association, of Man-
bellowed all over the place, more nearly portrayed a fellow with ufacturers, U. 8. .Chamber of
;. an advanced case of the ftntods. And rarely, Joe, have I ever Commerce and other employer
seen anyone so vastly intrigued with a couple of changes of attire, groups and Individual employ- By B0B RUARK
Mr. Resnik's performance can.be most charitably described as the ers want the. restraints on laN
riumph of haberdashery over art. bor in the Taft-Hartley law
Mr. Reel, assaying overly hard to live up to advance notices The result of this 100 per TALEK, Southern Uasl. enya1 East Afrios.- BUat.-there Is noth ing In.t gamelas",'
hose origin may now be ut questioned. needed but a cent difference In self-nterest I dn't e ht o t man need n A lion
all dab of mustard to comp ete tne ilusion of an ambulant testimony has been complete 0 v W~ bitter abet. u he ou rnr '
alrniesnohowever It mayydbe noted ili sing thatrhe more. hORA confusion for fair-minded conif1the c- ofmyo owl an.l ] tyItme ameraman the dobts-off,, is qUS foRlaO sIh6.U
Compensated for lislack of artisty e rng 3rtUW Cannelr committee e dot sue-.sMc- m n h leteoMrld:.B "MOli ,
f his facial makeup.. Especially the T edia Bare effect con tle0 ceed inwnoi ml.-11i o l 1r. al,
br injudicious application of mascara, which gave him the ap-venifth new l t and He is a boi lunk named fiman le inereldW and b waiting 6P eight a est o-ed a.
pearanceofaslightly puzzled owl. A bit te weird ide, even f the p I borrowed him f an ai li r ho he d
ca"ite ;Senate will prob bn o"'" had beenacoustoied to stride th Tor"rM.'-t&a lOI.t"ift
cal color pictures of models, stewardesses And flor al.l 4 have l te Uri.d
S Of Miss Magure the best that han be said l"at she I Ts Caitol eso id' "olf rph bnfmp ias re br
wii wt, it w e was trying r maln ob cure 1wme. to to 1 w taytoi *s 1~ e w i ac0
Tsment.PruCkito aI awsam o is the lines of H. Rider hard's WRIM
X ofMr.'f and tb T an sei s of m. ,

floundering through the various stage properties was indubitably posed to come up with wha .' te first da out of Naio we fi him ia f ior-a...
ire f ovrh-inhdulgence in Marx Brothers movies. would e the Misenhower ad- OW rhino an a ca: tor ul very own, oa D o tp
inspired by over-indulgence in Marx Brothers movies. wministratiOn's oe hem m e n d a- And got some t platUtee sof o rhino of o f or .
So you see, Joe. we two must have watched two different tions on labor law revision. ae. The fac t i hawere r -The n
ays. But truly your review of this turkey far surpassed the But the n tte has new pinnacle of an ant-hill, whre 3' nfeld up t aS:
actual production. Let us pray i reesd m perma- d scurried with sur rapMity for a man crwl.
nently-. after holding only who weighs 250 poun. d caued hlm t 6 dis- p. feWtly
The Local George Sean Nathan one meeting ain which it nev- trust rhinos permanently.
er even got around to die- as cattlde .y t
c __cussing the first and least "The second day we found Blackle an elephatt stampede or It O .N.
controversial item on its a- -or rather, several elephants. Thi was after
NUMBERS HAVE NO MEMORY gends. This was Taft's. pro- We'd walked him a few miles, swea f under his Well, the b I ti
posal to consider "strikers" tripod, through thicl thorn and thlOs ra. I untI the windhiA .4
Rodman, C.Z. as employeea" for the pur- *as obliged to shoot one oft thef pacIbtermA smce6t. Then theyi
>i i pose of labor dispute elee- which was coming at us with bIl ars 1l at us. .
leons. -and I dwin' to It a1t.11 i- -,.. 1. ...-atV
: ~~Whatouled up the Durkin .
This may be only a dry season brain storm but one, which If committee was a long argu- This cause Blackle to dItqshants. The e
ted, should clear the air of all gripes so far as the lottery ment over how its 15 members distrust ripened as time ka ed .
wi s concerned. were to vote on recomenda- On successive days .aA c was charged b bad
b* tons. The five labor members two old jumbo bulls. One, ae hea l Itoa
Invariably when one number like last Sunday'r seven appears, thought the five public mem- on foot. and then chased him moe wh e .
I there are always four of them. Why? bers would sup rt the union h reached the I. The U Was con-
point of view. The labor mem- tent rwnnitg up to- t6 e p:i lov th be
SSolution? After the completion of the drawing on Sunday bers therefore proposed that r o t tphU- tlo *t,
have someone from the audience stand by while one of the offi- all decisions be by majority A pride of lions walked thVt a. camp ona I BI.
l displays the various balls showing the remaining numbers vote night, roaring pleasant t Mronfa t bat a
-and their comparative distribution. The five management me e- benefit, and me esspeeialy fa et up o..
R bers also thought the public station outside his t -.
--I Wants Win, NOVENTAIUNO members would support t he S eral a no.-- 4 L .,Bi q is ~J si. ln Ie
union point of view. So the entered Into his lMe, JAI t5-
I --- --- --- management tam voted a- was so ner to his nstha W
SAnswer to Previous Puzzle galnat majority decisions. Introduced. 0
Twin Billing *V w E rA *3 Actually there was no reason ere ith the Masa we have TOlm l rOly e ... odd t

| h- and aft 2 Barbariatos l w f rector Cyrus 8. Ching and Pro- afraid of manh
SeC2or 3 Landed 11 t fesors Summer Slichter of I
12H -U of thumb 4Slouan **. o v Harvard, Maurice T. Van Hecke '
co rouds language of North C taroiena, P utalA. Dodd
'- or of California and Jen 1. M.-
Seagainst fKelvay of Cornef TR ety would
br Po tesant [ probably have voted with man-,
Thti and -- 24 -- T le l 42 I genment as often as With la- -w, 8.se Ig-j4 At
-- l d laafin ry 24 "Treated like 41 Prophete betor s yhn and Pro- a-o
y I m Domestic a -'--child" 45 Seldom or But with the collane of th is
S -laves 25 Persian fairy effort, leaving, the ur ih.ower -
SSorterhange 26 Boa. 4 Pay attento administration witM mt a.y re-
31 y 2Volcn 4t "nrseLaken ext? R oCommu ti hstd M aa reo-es
6 DEach l -Communists h S Son f Seth run wah des not .rate
Malcius 3 Inquired (Bib.) One is to do nOthhi. A ofThe attacks were co dly, isIlratedy p&lanMd, ..

l 40 Nowleg (ab.) Hartley law preI a Ms as consequence to theutii i'.
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HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Guys a secret," gorgeous Kathe
and Dolls: Nelson Eddy has add- told me, "because of the ex-
d be-bop and comedy falls to star tag. I was only 15 when I
night-iclub appearances, but at Paramount and Universal
Jeanette MacDonald is just being I was afraid people would
herselff for her saloon debut at member me as a kid. But w
the Hotel Sahara in Las Vegas. Ithe heck, it's bound to come
Besides, she doesn't think Eddy, sooner or later."
her fillnusical co-star, has She retired nine years
at all. "e always did when she married Hod Boos, ]
Sseaste of huuor and loved to a Los Angeles cafeteriaI
lown. I howled through every tune. "It took me nine years
we made together. But he talk him into letting me sing
r got the chance to be fanny gain," she smiled.
the Cameras were timing." Ann Blyth is exercising her
here were lifted eyebrows cal pipes for MOM's "Indian L
When Jeanette, now a concert Call"-and the Mario La
jitar, agreed to sing In the land of film if It's ever put back I
Nice tables and roulette wheels, production aslid smiling ind
put with Ezio Pinza and Laurltz gently at people who are asti
eelchior also playing Las Vegas, shed that she can hit high C
he isn't blushing. "Hollywood's forgotten," i
"All the night clubs are barg- told me, "that I started out a
g in on the concert .field, so singer in my first four pictu
hat s wrong with the concert at Universal with Donald O'Ct
field barging into night clubs?V nor. Then I did a dramatic pa
's asking. In 'Mildred Pierce' and everybc
he red-haired star is warbling forgot about those early film
iht-opera songs she sang on Ann in answer to the "W'I
screen and saying. "Just be- will be most important when y
se it's a night club I don't feel marry Dr. James McNulty-fam
ZMlave to Inject any trIcks." ly or career?-question:
SA movie role coming" up for "Family!"
still-gorgeous Jeanette?
"Not that I know of. I just Hurray and hot ziggedy
turned down a script that was droopy-bottomed slacks are o
sent to me from England. How it their way out as the off-scree
not tp England I don't know. I costume of movie sloppy Su
turned down the same script a and the era of the "tightles" h
yehr ago In Hollywood." been ushered in.
"Tightles" are glamor pant
DESIGNS ON STAGE that hug the derriere, the hi
and everything else, and keep u
Bad news for Burt Lancaster the wallpaper look until they en
fans-virile, brawny Burt is a- at the mid-calf point.
bout to cut down on his movie And who's whipping 'em up?
appearances and will limit him- a six-foot Beverly Hills design
self to three pictures every two named Jax Hanson who on
years beginning in 1954. played professional football!
Inside reason Is his desire to Says he: "At first the sta
turn director, but there are some were scared. They thought it wi
added here's-why details, such as vulgar that "tighties" should f
"my age," Burt declared. so tight. Now they can't get then
"'I'll soon be 4Q and I feel that to fit tight enough."
at best, I have 10 years left as an:
actor. I want td set up the future
so that I won't have to depend,
on my looks or my physical agill-
ty. Besides, I've done just about
all the films I care to do."
Burt's new design for living, he
confided on the set of "The Ma-
rines Have a Word for It," starts
with a six-week stage tour in
"The Lady's Not for Burning"-
his first footlight appearances
since 1945. There will be other
stage ventures in the years to
he late Glenn Miller's widow,
en. and his one-time business ."
manager. Don Haynes. are not .
exactly beaming over U-I'd first
script of "The Glenn Miller Sto-
rv" slated for Jimmy Stewprt. __
T.bey feel the band leader is dish-
rd up with too much glamor and ,
that the story has not captured
his personality. ..
VDi5 jockeys soon will b r- j
nling' a new hit song title"+ -t
gl or Devil," lnitrodu;lnaei6 o- why feel upset, diedal hdc
calist as Kay Malone. For their becauseof latejoure,AdduM '
information, and yours. KIC Ma- or temporary sluggaoess
lone is the former kid star, Kath- sparkling Eno a beau ci a~ q 'll
erine "Sugar" Kane, who warbledI promptly help neurialiae excess
in movies with Bing Crosby, Ken Stomach acid. VWhe yew wt A ie
Murrpv and Johnny Downs back Eo0 s u o,*3dy0 s3efdW labels e.
In 1939. Caution: use only am frecte. f at
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Teso; and Mrs. Maly L. Dria- Mrs. Walter B. Osterman; Mr.
) des- coll. and Mrs. Howard L. Page; Mrs.
are a- Mr. and Mrs. R. Nugent Fallon: Gertrude Parker; Mr. and Mrs.
tncon' Irwin Gill; Mr. and Mrs. Dulcidlo Joseph Polan; Mr. and Mrs. Olen
.fter- Gonzalez and son; Dr. and Mrs. Quinby; and James F. Quinn.
rdling Robert L. Goodale and daugh- Rev. Jeremiah Riordan; ate-
lt4 re- ter; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Good- ward 0. Russell; Mrs. Steward 0.
Iboa man; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Oor- Russel, Jr.; Richard Seymour;
don; Mrs., Florence Hair and Mrs. Fred Seymour; Mr. and Mrs.
Zone daughter. Mi- Paftricia Lawson;* Harry Shaw; Carleton 0. Skin-
i with Mrs. Helea R. Hart; Dr. Robert ner; Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. South-
leave W. Holmes; Mr. and Mrs. Paul erland; Miss Agnes Tierney; Mrs.
Karger; Mrs. Janet Keefe;' Mr. Laura Van Evera; Mr. and Mrs.
wssen- and Mrs. Ralph Laden; Dr. and
-Cris- Mrs. Arthur M. Lalgay; *Robert .MUSEM ADDITION
W. Lawyer; and JMrs. Fran- ANNAPOLIS, Md. (UP). A
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L Mrs. "...' I Communist troops In Korea has
Ldren; Miss Maly.L.Q ;owsli; Mr. Joined the weapons of past wars
Bar- and Mrs. W F. Mc raw; In the U.S. Naval AOrdemni Mu-
Den- Mrs. Enoghb laie and 2 sons; seum. The rifle was used In the
lings. Mr. and Mrs. WI1am J. Miller: Communists' attempt to halt
c; Mr. Miss Helen C.MIUlly; Mr. andithe Navy-Marin'. amphibious
Mr. Mrs. John Moran; Mr. and Mrs. assault on Inchon In Septem-
t; D. John Murphy: Mr& Mary H. Nel- ber, 1950.
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Household Automobiles we =. Ma.. 1 a11 seem6L11e Ocea#nide cottages, Seant
AI agL tg"66 lsg sx 435, k D*1 as s wh.
f R SALE:-LeLoving country, must FOR SALE:-Oldsmobile 1949. duty g Av o C. X iSMma 3.1877, Crioetl 3-16T3.
sell washing machine $100, Frigi- paid, perfect condition, many ex- 7 1_m_
daire $75, P intins, Piano.$300. tras. dramatic, wonderful buy. AQUARISTS, IBLOVINS A- Po S Cotta e. One mile -bPo I a
small violin, aluminum stroller and Call Panama 3-4935 during officeI eede Teplel i in alewsh Clar omplly
basket, $12, child's table and 2 hours 55 Vi ile As, el rie 6lse tle t ans Refrigeratom&Ws liv Ssh
hairs$, tricycle $8, youth bed Create. Phone -5411. Nem 9.I 1" linerat. Pho l
chirs $1, tricyc $8, youth bd WE PAY CASH for used cars. & sell 12 4 4 linen I
$12, dresser $8, couch with 3 pl on TERMS Agencoas Cosmos.
fews $20. House 170-D New Cris- Au-Rw 29, Tel. 24721 P JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO
tobal. Afternoon only. ama. Sponsored by Hotel II Pmu-April ar .le 1
C3-4-5. Last trip fh te senes., (mis derae a
ORSALE:-R.CA Electric ironer- FOR SALE: 1950. "76 Oldsmoble, de end f April. 4
very good condition. $45.00--Call straight drive. 2 door sedan. Good 3 full yof interest, fun Leave N
omboo 6.406.- condition See Platt at Bldg. No. Friday April 3rd., 7:30 a.m. Return W9i Sa Cn.. s -
-O.SALE:-Philippine Rattan dining 400 Outrider Machine Shop, phone late Sunday, April 5th. Fishmng 2
through th. Pearlr tlanbestvifeting
room Set, toble, 4 straight chairs 3319. S1.400 or the best offer through the Pearl Islands, vi.lting r
and Z master chairs, with custom FOR SALE:-Pontac 51 2-door with the primitive Checo Idlm .ns, rafloers
omade cushions. 9x12 carpet with Sedan. Cheap. House 615-B, Co- spearing crolod le, cruising up .-m-
pad. All in excellent condition.- aol. bu riv eraboard El Pam's P sc RENT o
Call 82-4108 during working r. Bring Ok ieOth", Ia ble FOR RENT m
hours and 83-5182 after 5 P.M. FOR SALE.1950 Dodge Cornet Club shoes. and DON FORGETc YOUR
refrigerator, good Coupe, excellent condit-on, 17.000 CAMERA. 3 Glorious Days, $45.00 MO i.
SSALE-No refr tor g les. Priced for immediate ole each person. For reservtions phone FO RENT-Colet 2 bere
resenmtions ^ ^FOR RENt:---Chalet 2 ereNmT in
condition, $60.00. Telephone 83- may be financed--Call Balboa 2- Jungle Jim, HOTEL EL PANAM. Ingenio do Vista 2eroarNs.I
6260, Curundu. 3269 or may be seen at House Ponamh 3-1600 or see your Travel n t rnfmel
POR SALE:,- 3-8 foot screens and 1524-E Govlon Area. Balboa. Agent. $ui O 27-C. aort CI jM
tian Blinds 35" by 5 feet $20.00 hand tap with Mcromatic, Radio. FROM PANAMATORE
S Coll 2-3310, Balboa. etc, wll take trade in. Phone 83- one way $85, round trip 1IS (15 2, P
FOR SALE; Kelvinator Refrigerator 5200. day- itAld l $l g *40 W Ap]armenu
-nto LOS AIWILUES, a mw yt, ..
aost now. Pye table radio, Srm- FOR SALE.-'41 Olds. Coupe 4 new around rp S il FOR IRTENT:-52 .d ra m
mrons steel bed with mattress, din- tirs. radio, good transprtatioi. Pne.i o $ 3.A".111 aarmen., with aftile, resedentma
A44 table, 4 chairs; all for $450.00 1$125 00. House 2169-= S Curundt. bsi jAAe" par mintel. tog iOttw
Call PmA. 1-4024 after 5 p.m action, Via Espdla7el.
Call Pm_ 3-4024 after p.m FOR SALE:-1947 Hudson. Corn- P4m1mi .1. FR J111--At12-1655. FiR 1.' IA
S tOR SALE:--Washing machine. Re- ridoe Six Sedan. One owner, eIx- aw
frior 12" oscilltin fan, all nt condition, low mileage. FORt, built funishd, ha
25 cycle. CO2 extinguisher. 3 speed Radio. leather with seat covers. .
record changer, 60 cycle. Raodo. $600 00. Can be financed.-Tel. MiigClluneO'm POncy. T. u 3.4941.
pertable.-Call 2-1837 or Quar- Bol 1393-582-A5on Juan Place. FFORd RENT.-h-LOat mod t fwn rt- We
ters 5453, Dioblo. FOR SALE:-Baby Grand Pino. rea- Mnt with or wilthout firniluree--
ts 3 Dioblo. FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile 4 door sonable price. 9072 New Cristobal Telephone 3-1637
fOR SALE:-60 cycle 10 cubic ft sedan, with hydr-matic drive and 9th. St. Tel. 1296.
refrfterator, two burner Rock gas radio, excellent condition. House rFOM RENT:- d "m nt 2
stove, miscellaneous household ef- 537-B, Telephone 875, Fort Gulick. FOR SALE:- Doberman Pinscher bedr oi .--Selteen Stmret 1N I .
facts. Good condition. 8566 Coco pups. Two months old. Male. Tele- Phone 3-628, Panagp.
FOR SALE.-Bargain. 1950 Ford Der phone Balboa 2915.
Solite. luxe 2-door V-8 Sedan, 27,00 FOR REkT:Small n l ert
miles, excellent condition. Origindi FOR SALE -New Gonset tr-band mont centre oallyoatd for one or
FOR SALE:-Single bedr $15; fivi Owner. Call Coco Solo 8304. .converter with mounting bracket two persons without children. epta
roller shades. wory, 44-inch, 15, a -- F --- and noise clipper $35.00. KZ5AD, 25 Stree No. 1.
refrigerator, 25-cycle, $60; 0599 SALE.-1952 Ford Tudor Moin Coco Solo phone 659.
Ancen; Tel. 2-4293, after 6 pm n0940 Sx 000 mie, aBone ue FOR SALE.-7-up at "RefraeT.- FOR RENT e T
T0940plet~b Beds Amador Ibad, alboa--W2- RFOR"RrIoT
oR' SALE----Complete Double Beds 2872. picales" announces home delivery R
'9.00, Sin le 29.00. Wardrobe service for oal Canal Zone Army o m
fiarpm 7.50. Chairs from 3.00. Van,- and Navy families effective MJlrch
tifrom 15.00. China Close"t Position Offered 23rd, 1953. Please place your e. FOR RENT:---Fur bed mW with
trnm 20.00. Dining Taobes from Tder by calling Panama 3-0996. porch, kitchen if desired, i lse suit-
able for bachelor, near Cmenis-
14.00. Hollywood Beds from 4.,00 WANTED:-Maqle. bilingual clerk for 0R SALE: We still have a few ary. AApy ls r ith Chae
rme. bargains in New Furniture steamship office. Only experienced Garrarrd 3 ipeed automatic resprid comer lth. and Bi, onl
Mahohany Dining Sets 98.00 need appry. References required, fchangers for 25 cycle at $49.50 entwranc 1*e. dw No 1012J. Tnel
Sh feri Close. 78.00. Plywood Phone Dal. 2686 for appointment: each. Cata Sportan No. 223, Can- 233, Celon
; hairs 29.00. All Ts and More at tral Avenua, Calidenia.
o F R S E ALE:-I Sonetone he in A FOR RENT.-Clea fuml ro

T e --I R rO S tond ne h inPrivkto b thro l and etranc
SO latestt mOel, perfect condition. Kitchen privilee.-43rd Sheet No.
1 A lmMi Ror l Ave.) Rel Esa heap -Telephone 2-2991. IL
T.._ '- 141 -__ FOR SALE:-I- set lafthandd Golf FOR RENW:-...M funse roam
e t er. -One C i.hous s. Plated Saxophone $135.00. Phone El Cingrejo. CoR.3
SOne house tiled thogghout. One bed- 83-6195, fle hrm. 2-4611.
WANTED rom, living t ronm. dressinfast toiletm, FOR SALE -25 cycle washing me- -
S eee and shower, 1ti lekroo. eeno chine. 25 cycle. ord player. Bat-
IVANTED: Bly respond irble cqupli One hduse two bedrooms, living cycle ,1 h.p. motor. 2 Colman
without children, house or opart- ream, kitchen, toilet and shower, mpI. 12 volt generator. 8" spieak.-
mont.. two or three bed-rooms in many losets, back porch. er. Pont spray regulator spray gun Your Community Sttion
S ConArejo, Belle Vista, Vista Alegre, One doll house used aso storeroom. 24491. House 0582-A M|ndi
or Golf Heights. Cell Panot 3- Water system, fruit trees, four lots. Streti Ancon.
4702 between 7:00 and 9:00 p. m. Balboa Box 14, Tile. 2-3148. ."OR SALE.-Piano Upright Grand H O8 40
AANTED TO BUY:-Smoeth tires. (Medium Sizel $180.00. Excellent
rsuitbl. for reconstructing. Recns Woman Atone.--Telephone 916. Colon. W0
,rto, Noc lS. A. No. 7,-Woman Attorney 1 ,ilt E---31 point diamond en- P
Pi n. ,.telephone 2.-0406. Dorothy Frooks ggment ring. Cheap.--Cal Rous- P ents
blble Americn couple, no chil- iting Here FOR SALE:--"R inga" -- Model
I- d. preferably unfurnished. CallV i "w Seventeen Typewriter in excellent Tow fif, Mar l 0"
3-3212 or drop a card to Box 612 Mal a Dlorothy Frooks. a well- condition.-Avenida Centrol 202. P
2Anion. known New York lawyer, Is on Apto, 8. 3;j Th'," S
the Isthmus for a short vLsit. 3:30-M uig
ORiSALEMiss Prooks. who ran for mSw ows Retrn 4 a .
S :FOR SALE =acipal court judge in Now YrSwallowsRetrn L r .
R SMALEtwo y.oArs ago Isa visiting an old- 4:30-waft TOW M t*
Boats & Motor a Ramrez and MrM R lTo Capistrano go a
W SALE!-New 14 ft. plywood Z .
about, 5 ft. beam trial round. She Is the publisher' of a In e Number ,:U-WhtaT Vl.o.,.
i R2 1ru.bho ar eIn.Large Numbers "- 6.a's 241.1
% g ,for 25f HP motor. Call neighborhood newspaper "ur- .I
2ry ill News," which i s an eight- 5:30-. .
3i* f f vhoesny and Mirin Dply- page weekly in New York. AN JUAN CAPISTRANO, Cal., 5:I -ws.a t 'aveA
bea t. Also 2/s h.p. outboard Monday night she was recelv- Mnot ch20 (UP).-cae back The wCapls- A:00 A t A--
I-. Will take considerable loss ed by the Canal Zone Bar A- not only came back to Ca peIs- : i i iiSE th i
at _dle for larger boat. Telephone sociation. trano exactly on schedule this 8:15--Mu ltt
S-257 ywear. but were estimated today : -Sy's
Et. 8 25. ___1_--______ rto be the largest flighL ever to A6 yA
nigrate here.
| Werin' Of Green LEGAL NOTICE d Indns who cm down
S 4S turdoy Motif uNITED STATES OW MEIRICA out of the nearby hills to 7:l-aAi ntL iaEg
Eti ^H~Muy CANAL 2 a boat of sightseers In the 96- S
Y I A D ne A UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT alon Gardens said they never 8:4"-
S W m Hri A Dance FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE had seen such large to in 9- .o *
CANAL ZONE all the years thtb the gmration :. t Mrl
enmi-monthly service Balbee Division, has taken place. (330) "
Sdtee At the Balboa In tko Matir of the Adeotio.n
.A on tU y vning W UwLIAM GRANT SMITHr According to church resort, 1010-Ct a
earm t S. P "le'Day D EDMUND RICHARD SMITH, the swallow y south frolt -V
ie. Th earn' of the igree .-.hM. olatrano lalon on t. a 'sI O: 0:0 t
Si or1er with decort 11o n NiC. ioe civ.i Day in the fall nd m ba k

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-f t eem of WI.LIA GRANT and identification cards morI:
lhM EUNDUa4 aIcHARtD MITH. domestics, local rate employes
M he- m. ikabie OUaI3 F pat from appropriated funds *.'
I Jt41s. united ms. l kt and non-appropriated fund em- il
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at isSe aesin .ass "of tAe Frt Amador, Post Cno as.
:- L31D trIes tof ia C'1 o 'w-, Di,..iant's Office; Fort Kobbe,
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o singing during religious services held daily in the soUth Lotisv4ile shos of' tle LoSas ard.
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By Theater Guild

For Drama Festival
"The Valiant" is the title of
the one-act play to be presented
by the Theater Guild fo.r the
second annual Istxhmian Drama
Festival. Gracelyn Johnston will
+The plot centers around James
Dyke, who is waiting in~a statb.
prison to die. Nothing Is known
4t who or what he Is, excepM 4t
2~e has killed a man. The wpren-
qid chaplain question him; but
le-will not reveal his name or.
On the day he Is to die."a girl
comes to see him thinking hbe
may be her long-lost brother. He
recognizes her, but she is not
gure about him. He sends her
hbck to their mother, happy In
the belief that mtor brother died
like a hero, in France. .Then,
with hfuiid up. he walks through
the door of the execution cham-

$5k00 Trust Fuid

SIum29 Member

Of LHiN churchh
EFLAND, N. C. March 20 o )
- The ?i members of the tiny
.Presbyterian church here, used
to a' $1,200 annual budget, praiy-
ed for guidance tonight in the
solemnn responsibility'' of hand-
ling a $500,000 trust fund.
Will Ed Tompson, a member of
the congregation for 40 years,
died last week. His fellow vor-
shipers knew he as. wealthy -
buit they were stunned to Irn
that he left the bulk of his
estate to the one-room, white
-clapboard church.
I "It was like lowering a beom
on us," summed up the Rev.
John Ensign, pastor. "Mr.
Thompson never gave us ay
clue that he would leave suclhan
amount to the church.
"A very solemn responsibility
has been placed upon ue to use'
this money not only. for the lWa
church oDt for the Welfare of
the entire community"
He, said. he was asking the

SFeatured In the cast are: congregation to pray for gu
Stanley Fidanaue as Jarr.'s Dyke. dance. An informal seetin
Douglas Maduro as Warden Holt, will be held Sunday to cOnsid
Rex Thomssen as Dan. the jail- what to do first. The church
er. James 0. WillIams as Father holds reguJar services oply twi
Daly, 1lo E. Eldelman as Wl- a month. It has a capacity of 11
son, the attendant and Jimee but is rarely half-f ed.
Sue Seate as Josephine Paris. Thompson, 74, had been 1 fA
four years and was not even .s
Six theatrical groups from the officer bf the church. He ha
Atlantic and Picfile sides will carried on tis real estate bus
present one-act plays in the ness by telephone from a prlyas
Cristobal High School audito- hospital oom. "
rlum on March 27 and 28. Prizes Attorney Clarence Ross i
will be awarded for the best ac- Graham, executor of the state
tor. best actress, and the beat said Thompson made seven b
play. quests, totaling mote than $40
Curtain time is 8 nm. The OC0, to relatives and close
public is invited, free bf charge. friends. He allowed $10,000 fi
the executor and set up the re
Presi denl thof his estate in a trust fund fc
collegee PrfOsident the church.
Ross atd the exact amoui
available to the fund is n
Wn 'lea LaW known bt it may run to'l50o
W atls Wear Laws church can use eitb
*ul"Baw-- RedsJ teprinc pdl or Interest, at ]Pa
Oulawing Reds discretion, to enlarge arzd be
tify the church and its cemetet
WASHINGTON. March 20 (UP) As Thompson. lay on h
- President OGeorge JdM. Shuster deathbed, hti beqeut still
of Hunter College said last nih t sec et:the congregation s C=r
"clear" legislation outlawing the enough money to have tb
Communist party would make t church painted.
easier to deal with Reds who
teach in the nation's schools.
"A clear recognition in the na- -
tion's law of the fact that the
Communist party is an aggrega-
tion of conspirators and their
bettors, and therefore a clear
0and present danger, will make it
Possible to deal with academic
members of that party on the
basis of well-defined principle
rather than of popular senti-
Ment or local expediency," he
declared. he
Shuster called for the leglsla- 1
tion in a speech before the fifth SoIrmetime it' sMt s ard to
onference on civil liberties of finSa t's lust as hard to
e National Civil Liberties befu and ofter marriage as
il House. oe_________

Never before a story like it ... of a love
haunted by nameless evil . fighting to
live in the hearts of two who struggled
against the destroying fascination of

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-- Prs pt Elsenpwer saidU at
a news conference yestday he
believes ,th -Air Porce- d#ould
have an 'academy to match the
Army's West .Poitht and t*e
Navy's Annapolis.
SChitraa4n De*ey bShort (R.-
Io.) of tThe Houie. Armed. arv-
ices Cdmmittee introduced bill
in .anua o set p an Ar oe
academy. The bill, s r-a to
legslton, frs proposed toon-
greas in. wa pood by
the D u Depr t.
The kicaion ef an academy
has not een -decided so tar as
is publMly known. In March,
141, an. Air. Force selection
board announced'that seven pos0-
sWbt emi ent 'sites for an Air
For ht y were un#4 con-
yhare "Camp -bgle, 'near
Marysvile; Calif., a site near Co-
lorado Springs; Colo.; a site near
Madison, Inmd, a ste near .har-
lotte, -. J., Rand6ilh Air force
Base, Tex., and sites near Grape-
vine and In Grayson County,

L Lift Up Your Hearts
in -
ad (A Lenten feature of The Pan-
l- ama American, prepared by
t t V. HJ M. A. ACookm Kt-
eopal Church of Ow SBavu,
of New Crktob*L)
e- Finding A Nation's Greatness
,- "Watch ye, stand fast in the
ae faith,, quit ye thke men. be
" s strong Read I Co ath. 16:13-
St end.
The structural strength of a
ot nation's greatness does not come
a out of its blast furnaces and
,e noisy forges turning out arma-
.ments and materieL but from
'- t quiet places, the deep places,
the calm unseen recesses of the
spiritual life ot the people-
Sfound In hrist and His Church.
This hour is "A Time For
- Greatness." Herbert.egar the au-
thor says: "The choice is be-
tween blood and mud and war on
the one hand, and hope and de-
cency on the other." The time for
decision Is at hand.
Dwight D. Eisenhower when
delivering his final campaign ad-
-dress in Bston, Mass., used this
tluotation in connection with his
answer to the question. "Where-
In lies the greatness and genius
of America?" This'was his quoted
"I sought for the greatness and
genius of America In her com-
modious harbors and ,her ample
rivers and it wa not there...
in her fertile fields and bound-
less forests and it .was not
there...In her rich mines and
her vast world commerce and
It was not there...in her demo-
cratic Congteasd .Mbr match-
leas ConmsttitdUn .- "id It was
not there. Not until lTwnt into
the churches of America and
heard her .pulpits flame with
righteouiness -did I.ft4*stmnd
the secret of her genius and
power. America Is great because
she Is rood, and If America ever
ceases to be good. America will
ceaoe to be great."
In his Inaugural AddreA, Pies-
ident Eisenhower preceded it
with this brief informal prayer;
"Give us. we pray. the power to
discern clearly right from wrong
and to allow all our works and
actions to be governed thereby.."

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The lower house o the .
German Parliament Il'at
ratified the European a
reaand the Allied p' "t.
4Which West Oermany will a
a 800,000 man army. for at 1
fenab of West Europe.
nds 'of Communist de- Liah uia 'wth
tors fought wild free- trt" and "W d
with police outside Par- at rl n ms; we oni WtPt
t today but were prevent- e "
m getting near the white l em the delur
Ib buildings during the St -a fporct Its foe.
and last reading of the two ,-.
vote on the peace contract
nWest Germany and the I
rn Allies was 326 to 164 tI
two abstentions. The vote
the European army treaty W
'to 165 with two abstemtont a "
The two treaties, when raUSftd
bsthe other five European n-
,will restore near sover- .11 nd M

Bonn overment_1L asing4*m*
elnty to the Bonn government
for the first time since the war, UR M
'and permit her to rearm as part wil e An a ,ao e I -
Of- a European six-nation army. $a C announced
The treaty was gne here and toda*4 tem end Thura-
In Paris last May Germany, da,
France. Italy. Belgium. LuMem-
bourg and Holland. It has since Willam X. Highsmith, local
bogged down in the Parliaments LOU administrator, said yester-
of those other nations. day thpt iefiitratlon will begin
But ratification by the Bund- next Thuis and continue for
estai did not m immediate e week. Personnel present
conscription of 5OQJ00 young 0ineM'maR. Utr for the
Germans for the 12 divislonus -= thIn a they are now
Germany Is to contribute to the attending
European army. vit s alo
A length battle Atll has to be nxtt accept e" l-
fought in West Germany's high- .a. 1qpen d a day at
eat court to decide vqterre each .re invi
rtisament Is onstiMal attpot which Is
There t even a dekput over t o r to them. Ect

2 ms ne^s K Wmoat ncoo sis Atobthem. o ct
whether theWethOermal upper places- and trm of enrollment
ho teoa atify^ theteatiesmrotbe 'teed.
however r the hfnadtan on- d! Cottage be offered In Eng-

tic1a neellor w ol pe ed p- l h oKorM Adt- offer te
anet to visit .WaY s h to n ext inisoUMI, cr in j-,t
pr"val by the head Eurof thpean attedtte la rndbegience
state today ive pwouldoval ness'a as s Inthned
work for quick with all po- th n ,pe it t and can beof
-It Was'believed German rati-
fication now would a p.e d ap- rach O Ura e wllo offer three
pThe ovalction by the other Europeane ho a s of red-e

Bundestag despite the Commun- it
pact membersations here and re s tht credits

nBln .. e iht w e end i May 28.
French Premier Rene Mayber eosnet Itaon1p nl Zonea are
served notice today h ay'swould e n the e o those ersonned
work for quick approval of the o n.the ha"ea i be colle d
Comm poured nnto Bonn b dee es jus
The action was taken by the the pay part of thcre
Bundestal despite the Commun- it coni
ist demonstrations ofhere and the Cass offei s l eo nights a
threat of clmaor demonstrations wzne trek eihcty lue night, for
in Berln. 1 e eht weetk.n d-9 May 2.
Polite, t h ae r own numbers eoapit- t eofitions nMxa nal and,
swelled to 2,500 for today's do-In the coaus a personnel
monstrations, said some80O to dosweep .n t a have colles
Communists poured into Bonn byrdegtees- it .ep .len u. 8. oUe
special build mean trains from in- ainy the Armed Forf the
dshipa" for the in th Ruhr otheiro endnt and .
rotenn ralicfledon of the traed tl ir wfo ared Panam Canal'A
alles. Te clashes came quarter- are eareble 'tlr lck thoe0I f
About 15 Communists were ar- ften .on the;0! '. The da1 *
a lled wi headI i 2l t. u .antI FIax
4 wave of demon- flftI ft LU
West Barlin wnereZeast Gor- All -lfary,,eerseonnel az
mans have warned that rut es d A2s-l"t'U. U.anLdMW ,
-shpa" fbr tho t \W. mdktheir lgsendent6 and U.IiL
Bonn police rolled out barbed cltiu~'ww Panmi Cana i
wire barricatdes and 5 WT off emoWes d heir dependent*
'Al approaches within a quarter- art e li"lU eraoll.

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.Don Antonio Anguizola's speedy Irish -mare -o -
Hartley Lass tomorrow afternoon will seek her sec- cones ..'.. .. .. S .Fou r .;

o0nd straight Juan Franc feature victory when she Fastlich. ...LGboaC. i Vic Co n Il. ... v"im J

goes in the $750 Class "B" mile feature at the Saba- -- T. ] ?oM
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Doubleeade (Blbo Stadium)T o,'a0
Don paper thi race shape up four pounds more than last time. 1 p..ma. -2. t..t .
teen Hartley Lass, the stretch $5,000 Francisco Arsia Paredes --s 1 2 b -
goburesinng Coyneth Edgar $750 Cland the Classic, will be making his first PUMAS WIN Stephen O Saba-entlema t clarm and i who '

front running Pavero. However, start since the sprint classic. He -- brews the managerial marlin the huites' dugouet, pent virtual- 1 tA. I
unconfirmed reports from usual- has been working well, however. The Pumas just wouldn't lose ly all his baseballl fe1in the Ameoiean eAganu unti tapped to h S Mayo 3
Slreliable sources Indicate that and Is decidedly a dangerous yesterday at D able Sev- replace Eddle Sawyer am ae. 5
It Is almost certain that Coynes contender. en errors In the Ilneld they On past occasion Mr. O'Nell had been heard 'to orat at
Edgar will be withdrawn from Sir Boss, racing better than came out on top of the Ocelot length on the superior quality of American agustock, quoting S- a ,IMe
the race. ever, will also be in the thick of 7 to 2. The onlytw Ocelot blood lines( mental patterns and vital statistics tb buttress bis 8S
This will make the Anguizola the running all the way due to counters were the result of pr position. His listeners might have been pardoned If they got the vents W AM M i, a
colorbearer a sure-fire mutuels his great early speed land light rors. Impression he viewed the rival league wth something more than "
choice. Her main contenders will Impost of only 99 pounds. Little Pete Bals. was n t restrained contem pt. B
be the lightwelghted Sir Boss Anglia, who finished far back form on the mount l r the v And so the iterant sports writer asked: "HOw do you like i f
and the Luis Farrugia entry of in the speed classic, showed tors allowing o0y2 tt safeties slumming?" q lMWaft l
Anglfa and Pavero. nothing in an identical Class for six nnings H ned six .'
Off her recent performances, "B" field last week. This time and walked five.jC ltjWir, oce- It became immediately evident M. O'Neill Is not deficient
S Hartlev Lass should be able to her chances appear even slim- lot twirler on the o her hand in the ancient artofdiplomacy, or blarney, as the word Is spell- i
take these horses into camp. She mer because of the poor rider was not In good s4rWsand gave ed In Gaelic. i r b ew o. .spl' "
will be ridden on this occasion assigned her-E. Corcho. passes to.12 whlle *lg out "This is only my first full season In the leagueK-he said,
by Bls Aguitre-a vsst im- The Vincensi-trainid entry only two infive h I s a a o field o broken Q Ntwe e
provement over Cuban Rolando of Bendeguz and Chablis round P s.scoredau, ktbe g "and I am not qualified to judge whether one league IU a
SL6pez Gil. who piloted her to vic- out the field. This duo has bee4 ton of the 0p.C l)DA * when stronger than the other but--
tory last week over Coynes Ed- consistently worse their last al connected f long triple troner the other, but
gar. Besides all this, the Lass three times out pnd may come tocenter field to 6kldahears in. Here he brightened somewhat and becamemore confident .
gets Into this contest with only to life with the added distance. Two unearned 7th Oce- for, as it developed, he was to commit hinseld to certain propose. l*e
S . & P los thaeo r lePums tions which would Ancrease his social Ading in one league ,R 1
Sm y lt u-they without decreasing it Irreparably in t .he A- -
............. .i .,bo u... .ed b wim. more..in They do some little things In the ational that the Ameri- ilk .
SELECTIONS BY THE EXPERTS the second and can might withprofit. For instance t pay more at-
three.walks. A and Suther- tention toat
land both scated*-.the fourthhabi t yhioleto t tser tepercentagelson J.whoW
0 on Cadorla's dub to center.ht hit toleft orrighthe r ta swonV.1I
RUBINSTEIN HOOFHOUND CLOCKER CONSNSUS Cadohis battinis b reyeo "AAnd I notice the third basemen. play in closer. They protect fl r
.nJhuisch utien HgIsnchP rogHuthleh Ju Ns nhe over he he bunt bi a o tte tRslzzuto gets away. with bunts that for

Z-C-mMr," Dizes de Myo Diems de May Di o. Mdje Kirc er w two run b I. '
Dies de Mey* Tapone Campsin Cemp in the bottom ote fifth as- A DIiRENCE IN PIT CHIN
-V sisted b#t ^^*^*M;clean hit A Di1EANCE IN PITCHING
I-Don arie Don Joaqu Raymnd Don Joaquin to left- enter. r-..
o lero DoDo i The O" elota DA wo teeup and Mr. O'Neill paused as If debating whether he was speaking t --
three down in both t fifth and with too much emphasis and after a lapie of several disturbed i e-udgar J.
4-Okinin O u sixth. Best got on on balls n the seconds he apparently decided an amendment wasin order, t
Aviveto Voledor Bijgul Bilegual sixth but was caught trying to "Ofcourse, there are some hitters who will outbunt you no.yari1i 7t .T6o) 0.
-C. dr Hee Lass H.artley L.. Hari steal for the third out. matter now you play them, and I'll admit Rzzuto Is a very good st- ,
Hartley Less )a- Edgar These same two teams will be bunter." to. look If he
Hr ley Lss Per Pavre Co. s EdIr nttomorrow after- The portly, amiable manager was beginning to look as if he o t I
-Cara do Gate Interlude Ia) Astoria Antlrig noon at Balboa Stadium when deplored the question of league comparison had ever come up, II be3.the
Cradle Song Astole Nebuinco Interiude I elthe Pumas take on the Macaws and he started to turn the conversation into less hazardous chan-
Semi Astoia Nhuino Inerlin the opener at Ipm. and the nels when the persistent ports writer said: 2 h
S-Cwb Cori* lack lull Corisha Ocelots play host to the Conejos "How about the pitch ?" iEl
La Ch t-o L Ch Le Chat LChate at 3 p.m. "Oh," alghed Mr. OE wearlp, "there are some very. good . R-
.itchers In both leagues. I there any difference at all it lies'
8--Pi_6ie Publsc. American Maid fbilem The box score: in control. I think perhaps the pitchers in this league hit the
Peqe1 Pintoe ublic Amsrlean Maid .strike sone more often than in the other leagu, but keep In mind ".7Astoris '
A- CL"TS_ AB R RIPO A|I'm stillonew here. I'll know better'Ifte ri ." .-"'. '
ad Q is Q Vadl Q V Kaufman r. : 0 0 0 0 No one wou know mor ab thing that Mr O'Neill.
= slet..Pr.,stile Choice .rand Gola -I fBlack, 2b...... 3 0 0 0 1 For years he was a top catcher In the AL and handled all varle. 'I
10--4lden Pick Petie Amazem Petie Bateman,.c.. 2 0 0 4 0 tiesol pitches, ana arently bea off better staffsn -
SGold. Pik Peiaf Golden Pick ugl s .. .. .. 1 0 0 1 0 baseball. In Robid nobmrts (28-7)' aSn e~a rne -ru ver
Krchmier p... 0 1 0 3 of .259 last season) he may have the best in game.
OBe et--Que Vedls Quo Vedis Quo Vedis Qu V d bFaron, 1 .. .. 3 0 0 5 0 "He's ".something," beamed Mr. .o "e's oal ,
D i xon. ** 1 0 0 0 still eeveloplngan4# A ,e h Iw
Best, S31,1...... 2W1 1 il g=o A 0d d ,""'e -" te ,t,
Rivers, If.. 2 001 0 In to apd0 11t0 to aB1
STotals........2 15 4 nd up in ro t n an involve t naa . '. "a
HOSTS t..1.... oo .. .
SCazor'. c.....2 0 1 5 0 b .a "re s-yinyo tF ed teeBtuna the pdhi ant," the
Corripan.2b.... 2 0 0 0 1,int, rhek 1d. I-et
Cl b..... .2 1 1 1 C Ruyctakelng Xerer Mr. 0 carefully explated. sbe's J. q
Clemmons, lb 2 1 0 D 0 a finlb and an od t. er u 'd enough to make Broo-
------------------------------------------------------------------------; -a." tu" "'" .;-Not 1" ; a long shot. You follows are making -
............ elW O W U als l-favorite They 4 a d f k win hlast on. X4eq, _7tr 4ii '- lii .
Tota2l07-13 ....... &0 7 .2 6 T1hey breathe d-daiClbs. .,was I2 "
Score By Inage80m 6 l7 ot Qf 47. They aren' going to do at twice
OCELOTS 0 2 0 0 0 0-2 2 1 in a They o1uudP't7beat es, ono*. Nr the Olanta. And I
DISTILLED, AND SBOTYTI -ueA 10p..-h7 '~s t _oeI to.m k ee denep.ng to hurt:I"
I N Runs Batted In-Laatz. Fears. Neverthelessa, the lMyer deal which saw him ahi ped to Boas'.
Salas 2. Cazorla 3. Earned Runs ton and In the next breath to Brooklyn, is still adel cate subject
AA Pumas 7. Left on Bases-Oce- here and its evident It, never wotld have been made if the Ph-, O0.
CAN ADA Ilots a. Pumas 11. Three Base Hit lies had any inkling the Braevs didn't Intend to kedp him. Theo P
-. -alas. Two Base Hit-Qazorla. were lBOWy outsmarted., or outt4cked, depending op the vieww o R. 5 ,
gStolen Bases-Dsxon, Best, Buth- PointSM Bob Carpt.r the young president, s til uml -
erland. Passed I8ll-Fears 1. that i.eft r ught to sAl w.
S8tr-uckout by-Klrchmler 2. Sa- .g
in-er 2, S.alms 5. Irrora-Fears layman and _vit suspicion. ~f the owners can get together
.lg P.tcher-Kirchml'er. win- atop them tnqm doing the same thing for moreg4 later
IITABLISNES 1553 fling Pitcher-8alas. Umpires- Perhasasc ar ..sugge.s, when $ player is traded thee
Luzer and Dias. Time of Game should be a stipation that he must be kept for a stated I
,-1:0. of time before he l- retraded to another club in the.same

lIt, 2nd 6th- 7tl, RACES For the convenience of
S, --*-- our patron we are nowB
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3rd and 9th RACES "COPACABANA" and
l e~frtaI s." ai BI I
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Pairings Listed For Second

Round In Isthmian Amateur


Play in the second -round of
the 1953 Isthmian Amateur GO6
Championship will continue
Sunday morning at the Panama
Golf Club.
The championship flight fea-
tures four excellent matcoxes in-
cluding the contest between for-
mar Champion Johnny MacMur-
ra and Oeore Riley. As usual,
ohnny Mac i the tourney favo-
'rite and Is expected to get by
"Doc*" itten, another pre-
tourney choice, meets Earl Ger-
uans in what could be an in-
teresting contest.
. The iinus
CAiI Il njo LIG'Ht
. MacMtrtay-aeorge Riley
V, ibmbroia-R. Golden

F Ig Ist Dope
JOHANNzNUR, South Afri-
ca. March 3(UP) AustraUlia's
Jmmy Ca uthers was as to 4
favorfto today to' retain his
world banta mweght. crown a-
gtabt ornmer Champion Vic
weel of South Africa at the
Rand Stadlu hire on Satarday.
rThe hallenger appears to
have overcome his weight trou-
bles, having shed 10 pounds dur-
ing the past fortnight, and ia
expected to niake the bantam
limit of 113 pounds with a few
ounces to spare. Carruthers, aft-
er a work out yesterday, weighed
exactly 118 pounds.

First Ffht
W. May-. RInkle
Second Fight
r. Wgllamn-Preclado
D. Westman-G. GaluAo
Wilton-G. de la Oaurdia
Third ligt
Hochatedler-DeiLoda, Jr.
Fourth Flight
Buckley-M. Aleman
Young Bloodcalcer

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Clark-J. Burgon
Cumminzti-. Stepheub
Sixibth Flit
AL Mnso-W. Cardon"
Smeeath Fliht
PaIm-M. Chaux
w tey-W. Kewney
Burgoon-1. Daniet
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thoe oyer wh re an. ab
to centset each other bier*
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)AY, MARCH 22nd.

4 P.M.

Honor of the Chiefof Police

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bullfighters who will

match their skill

Juan Estrada




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WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP) titutional right of the church to
Chairman Harold H. Velde of challenge trends and acts that
the House Un-American Activi- it deems dangerous to the Chris-
ties Committee said yesterday he tian way of life," the ministers
has received "overwhelming" said in a statement. fL~ I the pD
public support for his proposal Velde, promising to ferret out
to investigate possible Commun- Communists "wherever they may
1st infiltration of the nation's be found," said 1,693 out of 1,- TWENTY-EIGHI IrEAIL
churches. 755 messages he has received
The Illinois Republican made from the public "expressed inter-
the report in a House speech est in, requested, and even de-
shortVy after President ELsen- handed that this particular In-
hower said he could not see how vestigation be made."
such an investigation could do He said only 62 communica- I
any possible good. tions, some of which were an-
The President told his news onymous, disapproved his pro-
conference he believes Commun- posal.
ism is the last thing the church- Bishop Oxnam, one of Velde's
es of Almighty God would be leading critics, was denounced in
teaching, preaching or tolerating, a House speech Tuesday by Jack-
At the same time, 42 Method- son as one who "served God on
1st ministers in the District of Sunday and the Communist front
Columbia sided with Bishop G. the balance of the week." ST: JOHN'S, NeWfoundlanc
Bromley Oxnam in his running The churchman immediately March 20 (UP) The US. Al
battle with Velde and members accused Jackson, a member of Force said today that 83 airmen
of the House committee. Velde's committee, of using the aboard two crashed bombers ha
They said an attack on Bishop House floor to "broadcast a lie." been given up as dead.
+* Oxnam by Rep. Donald L. Jack- The Air Force said search par
son (R-Calif.) and Ve l de's Pre iJn.. Ta fCL ties had located th* bodies of 2
J "threat" to investigate the clergy rigidgen T 10 ick airmen from a 10-motor RB-3
constitute a "reprisal" against atomic bomber which crashe
the bishop for demanding "fair A- t uuumml. and burned Wednesday on the
practices" by Congressional com- ViI JSgUyigailI northeast coast of Newfound
mittees. land. The plane carried 23 per
"This appears to be nothing, n Ar y DA I lh sons..
less than an organized attempt In Am r l l
to curb the traditional and cons- It said no trace had been
; WASHINGTON, March 20 (UP) found of another I$ men a-
-President Eisenhower said yes- board a Supedort bomber
S Tube uinS Te4f terday he will look into segrega- which crashed lnto St. George's
Tuberculin TgS tion in federally-sup ported ay on the wet coast only a
L.l rA schools on Army posts in the few hours after the RB-86
r 0 ASouth. crashed.
V R / VI He told his news conference, The RB.36 was on a training
S-, Ilop however, he had not heard about flight and carried Brig. Gen
'! V~ral fl lA it. If it exists, he said, he does Richard E-llsworth, command.
eragus populace not see hw any America n officer of the Force bas
Verga P justify it on legal, logical or at Rapid City.
More than 50 per cent of the moral grounds. The long-range raft car-
total population of the Province The National Association for red sme 2 f gaSons of a-
of Veraguas has received the tu- the Advancement ot Co 1 o r e d via p*Sie and it cut a
berculin test as part of the cam- people issued a statement rais- 2506-f i swath thikough tall
paign against tuberculosis being ing Mr. Eisenhower for a "forth- timber aft e crashing on 'the
carried out by the Ministry of right" statement. It said he can i hitp. Smoke and flames
Public Health with the coopera- remedy the "disgraceful condi- bilowll into the predawn, air
tion of the Servicio Cooperativo tion" by a mere call to the Pen- atra m woodsmen to the
Interamericano de Salud Piblica tagon. scee.
(SCISP). A Negro woman reporter .als- Partie later were sent in by
Accordi ngto Dr. :. D. Echev- ed the que tion at the news con- the United States and Royal
era, Director of the campaign, ferenoce. Mr. Eisenhower, after Canadia. Air Fotces, but choppy
62,704 persons have received the romising to look into it, noted preyed
tuberculin test and 19,909 have that he has said again and again ths o a
been given the BCG Vaccine a- that wherever federal funds are fReports reaching St. John's
f gae t tuberculosis. expended-he doesn't see howiseg- from the scene of the crash
The campaign has covered al- regation .an be justified. 1 bdl leshad been removed
ready the districts of Lba Palmak, He added that he believes.all from the charred wreckage of
. Santa Fe, Soni, Cafiazas, San should share alike in such federal the wn th
Francisco and the City of San- funds without regard for what d ebrs while tw10 o were still n the
0tiao. he called Insignificant factors of debris whle two were missing
A year after the BCG was in.h race and religion. an presumed dead*
Auurated one third of the popu-raceOn thewouvest coast,'crash boats
suurate one the entir e popu- athasP' search parties found no
rlaton of the entire country has B .. Mt trace of umvor osamong the 10
received the tuberculin test and PMr iu S P0. it a aboard h performt which
117,520 have received the BCQ aboard pero which
vaccine. n t o a l.. , '
So far, the national campaign W So R
has covered the provinces of lScout Rall
Chiriqul Los Santos, Herrera, Ve-
ragas, San Blas and part of the P s
Province of Panama. S TOI u rroW
Panama City newsmn and
Funeral Services radio announcers and re- T alr
run ru jcrl^lations officers from the ,Anal .II
"- For Mrs. Prscton Zone were honore- ;/ester:a at,"
For Mrs. Preston a reception given y de la le Siegel of Troop 11, An-
t Fo r Me d Guardia, chief of the Panama COn will be the emcee for the
et or MOndlOay government's departmentof Pub- Raly to be held at the Corozal
S lic Relations. Theater tomorrow at 9 a.m.
Funeral services for Mrs. Violet During the reception, which The announcer for the pro-
0. Preston, who died Wednesday started shortly after A p.~A. and gram will be Judy Brinkley of
In Coco Solo,.,wlll be held Mon- lasted long past the 8 p.m. dead- Mariner Ship 17.
S day at 2 p.m. in the St. Joseph's line, De la Guardia received a Representative' of the Pacific
Church at Colon. surprise gift from Capt. Wilson District Neighborhoods will put
Mrs. Preston, who was 39 years Starbuck. public relations offi- on a program on Girl Scouting.
olr was the widow of Samuel cer of the 15th Naval District. L i)enlle Harned will represent
Oliver Preston, Jr., formerly of Starbuck, who hails from RIan- Diablo, Sandra Holmer will rep-
Coco Solo. ticket, Mass., once' a whaling resent Gamboa, Sheila Snyder,
She is survived by her father, community, inducted De la Guar- Ourundu, Heather MacDonald
Prank Rer-nemo, a son, Max E. dia into the "Order of the Whale" and Judy Days. Cocoll. Olivia
Garren, who is stationed at Ft. by presenting him with a minia- Winstead, Fort Clayton, Carolyn
Davis, and two daughters, Dawn ture whale. Corn,., Pedro Miguel. Norma
Preston of Curndu and Mrs. De la Guardia said It was "a Stanley of Albrook A.F.B., and
Margie Smith of Minnesota. whale of a present." April Stone of Fort Kobbe.


Syou lk*to be awakened getly toea pl;n rcanl
Then Baby S n Is fr you. lts larm adl uss to a soft or
louder tone. Its k is ever so quiet and weMo-mnamed-
nver' didttbs. Sl Seby sen of your retWs ty and&
Se docks and wadhes by Wesidox-99 jirw ae
bodiorw asmure the dpendlablity of every Waid9O.

- ;._--W M IfAALY MNAMI 1 w F -i ll. s
^ {.a'^fIUs^^-j^b^

Baloba Scouts from Troop 3,
Forest Wise, Doris Bleakley. Di-
ane Jacobs and. Gladys Miller
will be in charge of programs
and information.' Phyllis Phil-
lips of Troop 11, Ancon, will be
the official hosteW. The Council
colors will be carried by Sylvia
Hagborg of Troop 7. Curundu,
Judy Rogers of Troop 7, Curun-
du. Mary Rose.of Troop 11. An-
con, Carol Adams of ITroop 7.
Curundu and Loa Rogers of
Troop 17.
Mrs. R. Euper. chairman of
the Pacific District,-will welcome
the girls and their friends to the
Rally which will debatee the
41st anniversary of od Scout-
ing. Mrs. Euper Wll a present
troops with conracuttv reglstra-
tion cords. Silver rds for five
years registration Will 'be re-
sented to: Troop 7. Curundu;
Trop W, Cocoll; Troop, 14, ]flt-
blo; Troops 186, 24 and 41 of Bal-
boa; Troop 37, CocoU and Troop
28 also of Curundu. Gold cords
for ten years registration wll be
Presented to Troop 17 of Gami-
boa. Gold ahd Silver cords for
fifteen years registration will be
presented to Troop 26 of alboaI
and Troop 2 ofW boa.'
Mrs. Russell T. l pred t
of the Canal Zqne Gil Scout
Council will prent veyear
Pins to Mrs Ot anM"..e
Euper, Mrs. C. Hooer, Mrs. An-
drew May. Mrs M.' M. rM~be,
Mrs. W. J. Rose, Mrs. B ok-
ham. Mrs. H. S. Wentwort
Rabbi Nathan Wtkin and. o~a
ten-year pin to Mrs. AliHe Ba-
JMuette Low eontribuciOn
fraom the Pacin Distl! rooS
will b presented to Mrs. jc
* CD Chairman y 4rl f rm n....


)tWf know the truth andr tl country i s tle" AbrablitI '

ers, Including GemG' l,

B-36, Super fort Crash

1, went down as It was coming In The RB-8B I tercontinental Force at Barksdale Air orce
r for a landing at Harmon Fild. bomber was returning from Base, La., and fore that la
n The plahe plummeted into St. Lages Air Force Ban In the A- the 308th eatcomlanse
d George's Bay while returning Ires to ,Its South Dakota base Group weather in Florida
from a routine flight. The Air .an ocean-hopp g training California.
- Force said no hope was held for mission when. the pilot- Capt.
1 finding any of the 10 men alive. Jacob Pruftt Jr., Charleston, W.
6 Meanwnile, a board of officers ., radioed two of bis engines
d left the U. 6. Air Force strategic had failed. The rash followed.
e command headquarters near Gen.. Ullswprth, 41, a native of
- Omaha today to conduct an in- Erle, Ph., anda West Point grad- l.wlJ BeMa
- vestgatioa into the disasters, uat, had co anpded the apid
City ban e ance November, 150.
An Air Force spokesman In He previously had been on the
Washington said the RB-86, operational staff of the 2nd Air A 17-year-old Pla i .wlowas
which is a 3B- U bomber eal.P- A IT-yh-s Panagn ht as
ped primarily tfor -.chad I in the B-
Banco fIghtu ppyare.ntWithco a am-
crashed while tAci to landU i TiVt t ur Unom
after two engines fafied. Wu 1 al w* 4t (600 9an the
1 0l was at 500 and the
9 The plans wax burned except WINCe was69on14iil
. for the U setio. na.r -oon : g, ha c
- The Air Forme safd the upe'- =e i
> fort T he aV -e8 W The a a wi it a
foot clling-wl catundered cloud 6,000- maximum e al ntee
-when It c battered HOLLYWl(D lf.. March 20 .Another .1-.OA hoy bay
(UP) The t er1cn Federa- re f th a -ovhs parked
tion of T i.anud Radlo Ar- cy which Was aeedblock-
~fj~ll tita, .^w! discipline any t the Sty of the Balboa Post
Defense Moblzienn
perforr be a0 to cooer- 0 was not guMlty. He
M a Rate with the Hoh t-Amer can WMgWdrd y, a Panamanion.
Activities comUttee. anianlans. wae
SP d The eder 1ombers vot- fond, ty -f didun the
m' et overwhelm yesterday to pe 'w each fined, 10.
Vp tga1 grgou W of direc-.- James p. aymond., And
KI II spend or V rgMlo Vuelvaa, S.e
e 'Anyb member f theCon- t each otb C14
WAS. fOTON, March .(OP) IS '
tre a el ..wk 'e which
Cob the of d of o l to
befe' 5o, o Rtan a perna- ,7w
nent agthev y*ith broad powers a
toorgattethe tnati lniustruaj- a o m e
ly In case of war, It was learned bah an"
today, ae..;. .
The President Is expected to "a Ub '
send his proposal to Congres or .
Under the recently apro _-Il
plan the OD* t at t
rean war attdlso naw
over funeo .f th n
Seourlty Resoures B w'
would be IAbolii d AIIA

boar of the m' tl Tu i Qo
The presIdent' I plan would iiV* M e M
crMateanewpoetof kWWat d *w1.
fense se seeay to take as "
er work of the un
such as purchase of h e IBalha-
stockpiled goods for the. b a
The board would be .. atg'Iu
In addition to these -tepsRor W&W Z) u b hiny A .
accumulation of strategic ma* te. B n fo
rials and preparations of Ind US tw r cold, bAt deS st aldd hInte
trial mobilzation plans. the t leadt: 1110 0 fit an
White House Is expected to alk anor
congressional auth or I ty Sot, O s a mid y .. 44-year-oldRu-
strengthening the National urad- Or4cered to be R-
curity Council. btem o-A.for d dtopb
were homeless aip fby lam
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one bullttlaswll be'was sta ell-
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that thp 85-y.earld g I 21
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Rep. Velde Claims Support

Fnr P Red- Hunt In Ckiirches

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