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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01540
 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: AA00010883:01540
 Related Items
Related Items: Panama America

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    Sunday supplement
        Supplement 1
        Supplement 2
        Supplement 3
        Supplement 4
        Supplement 5
        Supplement 6
        Supplement 7
        Supplement 8
        Supplement 9
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""E Defense Chief
WA8HINGTON, arch 21 (UP) e
n** Charles E. has jast
about finished rid of Qe -
ill general Motors Corp. atock he
aV promlaed Congress hq would
shed when he was confirmed as
Defense Secretary.

To Chop Military
done with them, although
nied they were picked up 0 -
frlead, radIo-televialon
a the a as n worn a ur Godfrey. By CHARLES CQRDDRY
'erune a ,, r WASHINGTON, March 21 (UP) Defense Secre,
tary Chies E. Wilson faced tough going in carry-
worse a them to wroduce the ing outdlis surprise promise to reduce the sum r of men
to or my art the mars- $ m thK Armed Forces.
to a sm so It @ Asserting that, recent Russian developments had not
is so offered Ms meanties to car the military ., Wilson
she sentatstation bases March at am said yesterday th@ punther of men in uni definitely
places saM wha) H would do. But it was We ther of an infant girl a conumg do ops in a few meaths.
44 4 clar He decialop would be in- he 4 not start breathing un- H 4 sh
ced br the a inten- an hour after birth said to. SD t ROWS COWFAMACS draft CONS
on behind mcon trade d thedaby seemed to "be all will reduc if possible." That broughit less surprise
Ita or esop at at. James hospitAl a AtlWVOF, Where it wggpeated out
aganor made its an- SW Helshts ski the case a Steep drop-off ag.4proSpect for the MARt figCol
emeat shority pfter Gen. Who a "astural phenomenon,"
a R. MSCarthl -Wla.) bbt very rare. These twope W praeat duce utilitary apendlar la
d e actlan 'been graft, MS, men a month next flacal year below a
takeA. oCarthy'O perstanent the baby; Janice Eve Kwas- la .te ce the 6 man's eatituate of 348.300,
aututomelltee has was A Wedinesday and nwhbe ed to. du Wilson sk@, ver
een reports that red Hittees. In I to on the Joht chiefs ataft
th 60mi 4 tambeeal cord was wrap- the rate started a terfew of
at a round or neck, appeartnR to to 8 a regath the plans and ap ,
a ope to cut wha uts
as and there totpl altanpower at beleW giviar
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be names w
is important, gas a dia
meapewer needs.
Mother d any signifiesat

gAv idm n a cl@rpric a
bave ysit been put on r
Some civilians recal esp
ever, the predletion of rad
stative David Sarnoff, to
lead of a Peata
advisory codh thman
people could be removed from
ditarymb n witheo impalt-
Haon said he had no laten-
tian to r manpo w ex
8 units in Korea. He
add h for bud to
Witheat la
of a 143-winr Air Parea.
vialon Army. Navy of combatant ships and Marian ,
Corps of three divisions with
three air wings.
But he rited as a place
asvings !.he Army's training -
vialons in this country. .
0 lb the a WA
and as ministrative
military -nen contended any
substantial reduction of traintia
personnel would mean
less well trained when sent
combat diviatons.
* *
Helicopters Going
10 ?11005610
LONDolf, March 22 arP> .
Brithin announced today ibsB
the U.B. A'r Force in
placed an order with a
fltan to build about. $1,
worth of Dragently 8-81 heA
captem fo.* Yugoslavia.

Ivt0RO90ROUS. .
MWW TORK, ISatab 21 (UP)
Theater Mandle, who
regalved less ang less
more and mee he has
pumnased fall page
to to thh a
newspapers to
ble latest d dit
In bleek letters
much white easee. the
fortune holet at saM:
**asses again say lee MW
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We capital city of ho n.u possthle after Harre-
as they have ra's little complication AG8A pi-
attonsion to the co- lot Guillermo (Chicht) Le Blane
as Blas, to the extent Jr. brought Herrera's passenger
) t planes which back to Pattills and on ords
in ota for Martos from AOBA general manager Jar
Eport, Palilla, three son Strefanis, flew ADBA chler
In those palmy is- mechanic Belteario (Papito) Al-
atill there, and likely I Mn M antap
o for some days. assortment of spare down
having been worst- to Nargana, where vares, D'-
eounter with a can- Amil and Herrera worked till
edge of the Nargana nightfall, spent the night, and
ed Panama pater- worked yesterday morning till
they had Warrera's Super Cub in
ea of eventp werit flying condition again*
like this.
ternoon Le Blang showed Hery*ers sorne
nr his 9 of the finer points of how to set
ifia, having in and out of WILrgans without'
ite airstri he mlagling latapately wgth earn-
o stinson to of cos and Herresa reach Paltilla
'"" "t" "'t.ME D
ged on aged bevedg thp resagree at
picking let* repair feelBMas which 954 M
passed els, ts*aasperht M mad
new th wM Is esppetaA this insehbM
along a was Asse to behapths eatby phip*
on a Bernande abd his
inson tigar- eame on to Palf.Illa with Le
there to ao Blant, after the eachaples had
ompanian been leth at leargans.
Nar 'B Meanwhile early yesterday
eat theis AGRA pDel Ruben Cantu flew
em MRadfA thee down from his colon base to plek
be eat ang
as from pleo reo.
aa tthen. Iager in the day, Canta
et ap igind A Oscar Talk flew
** -1 ap. 086 Cub down to Pl-
he they arrived in a
apsetacater but more dura.
meaper tigan had Samphfs
t Paper.
Cante and TaBt worked on the
a of Paces and expect to be able to
have it in at condition to fly off
> atab lik** Me Islet la twoor three days.
Oh! Inst what the San Blas
35ta think of all this n
attention freen the* sero
elab has not been dise poe-
5 alhty beenuse the ties 10 Bak etpe
to Spros a that opinten at the
thalanaloneps of the weatase, which
Shear le even yet capable at "ealagge.
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leave their wly home
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FRENCH*FRIED SEA FOODS-shrhaps, scallops and fish fillets...
ple French-fried onIon rings. are all served here with tartar sauce. It's going to be a tinch to /.2
-- --- brighten the corner where you
Chicago has a lot of good give all your French fried are this spring --from a home-
ooks. Mrs. Reidun K. Sweeney foods a wonderful new flavor: decorating standpoint-- Judge
1 one of them. She's an old and mg from exhibits at the recent
rustedh fri meof uthisMlumn/ Batter Dip for French Frying ern ionalin HChim rLi t
I st id totro re nAhmerican Oneeadup pan a colo ul ninia2 gl am

of riostmhdatheatishbptiba th Be a itm ro W Itube whichnwas show ito
n sualomand you' 0 hC ev g 2 omb tee ectric mixer a- s da h m8ep k r won't be im- I
that fish is their dish," she pressed by any algnificant price
promises. Shrimp-Clean green or pre- changes. But in many cases
For your Lenten "out-of-the- cooked shrimp. Dip in batter; we'll get more for our money
sea" supper party, serve a va- drain and try in hot deep fat in better styling, expensive
riety of French-fried fish. Fill (375 degrees F.) 2 to 3 minutes. finishes and the custom-made
individual bowls or paper -lined Scallops-Dip in batte r; look of medium-prived furniq
'baskets with french fired drain and fry in hot deep fat ture. Coordinated accessories
imp, scallops and golden (375 degrees F.> 2 to 3 minutes, should simplify some decorat-
usted fish bullets with onion Fish fillets-Cut fillets into ing problems.
ga as an extra surprise. Pro- shall pieces. Dip in bAtter; Colored finishes get a big
de a dunking bowl of tartar drain and fry in hot deep fat lay in modern and provincial
Louie sauce nearby and the (375 degrees F.) 2 to 3 minutes. furniture. For example, one
no is set for a "serve-your- Onlon Rings---Slice onions contemporary group designed
ad!" supper party that is cer- and soax rings in milk 15 by Raymond Loewy, 18 aptly
ill to be fun. minutes; drain. Dip In batter; called Spectrum. Red and
To make sure the fish will drain. Fry in hot deep fat green stains are used to bright-
be golderi brown ahd crisp, use (375 degrees F.) 2 to 3 minutes. en the interiors of open-shelv-
a pancake ready-mix for pre- Serve the French fried do aseqs andta esremy de
palang the batter dip. A speelai shrimp. scallops or fish fillets
blend of flours in a panchKL with Louse sauce To make the double as stools-
re.ay-m x helps plevien grasse Loute sauce, combine 1 cup
absorption so that the coming mayonnaise, 2 tablespoons cat- A painted spatter-dash de-
retains a temptsug crisp tex- ft.c. tablespoon horseradish, 2 tea- and cabinet doors-
e :r ee ve bit ertldje so ft loons Ian n jm chanCdh2 tab C al an bro5 tone
Aimed at the ranch style
2 home, another collection of
- e- Spring Checks I bedroom, dining room and oc-
casional pieces, provIDelal in
design. boasts such eye-stopp-
Coat Is Weightless e.:.nthesyenowy anaa
a adobe tan. The color is hand-
rubbed into the wood to per-
mit the grain to through. ,ael
"Distresped" th' es enhance Th
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To "dletress -'ffaith stable lastic, ap in pa many tues of stain, scratch and mar Testiles useekla
exactly what any moth of es as a BooWand Yardl resistance. '<. are elegelf
small children thinks it p. tive, simplines the up- a lea* wMA ? Zalshes.
Only in this c expert keep, lowers the cost and con. Metal teams up with wood to ada the. L of
men armed wt rocks,. tributes to the good looks ofjadd more sparkle. Brushedcoly coo aptands to
and blunt inp eats a re new furniture. brass or chrome tlp the taper- Ma- th with
highly liald iq* *u ** tish ed legs of contemporary de" Islaneces ters, trays an d.
wood before it 15 ab an Per examp sharble pat- signs .or form part of the coasters in e skma designs.
waxed to give a 1100, antiqu turned plast table tops are structural frameworks. Soft, a
texture, as handsome as the real Mc- pewter-like brushed alumb A small but sellellSo cornet'-
Traditional Arniture" owes Sta Coy and considerably cheap- ptits a gleaming thde on brightener is a new lata atte
new look*to lighter finishes, too. er. doors of 4 dia)zig rpom buffe made of heavy rIbbed, ttpd
Spice, tobacco, cafe au lait, of cherry at one lide which is cotton thigh' pillia on or off
copper are some of the names In other tables, plastle mas- a skillful blend- y traditional the y as a
used to describe these btighter querades as rare wood or is and modern design.Red wrought aw an as pasDy
finishes which show up to used to give a brilliant glass- Iron, blaob 8tehttabing, bronzp or me del
handsome ed vantage the like finish to oak and walnut .gray and blpejr enamel baked for the ,attades 4.
grains of such woods as ma- tables and chests. All, of course, on metal. Matt,' newsworthy ble lp Wall, floor or. ble
hogany, walnut and cherry. boast plastle's well-touted vir- frames for -chairs and tables.

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. By PATTI SIMMONS Both the meticulously neat PI'lat fdr the cleanest desk time and rodgee
NE4 Staff Correspondent gals as well as their desk-stack- pl the hill goes to Mrs. Mar- eats stor day,
Ing sisters can be further clas guerite Churche (R., Ill.). Notat- book, s*rmaineran,
WASHINOTON INEA=- sited into such office types.as'Anota-on it for very lonL t.,klantitlettkAS.call-
On Capitol Hill"they say what the gadget collectors, plantl
a gal keeps in her pocketbook growers, earring losers, pocket- On the other hand, it ta gagg
isn't nearly so revealing as what book stuffers and th whol three desks to hold -all a solseats sad
she puts out on her desk. A nibble while they Wor business .and per at Dalla- .Qpe of the few tblags ahe
once-over of the ladi leelsla- erita of Mrs. on her desk .Is so.
This is one way for a coat to look this Spring. Lightweight wool to eskde a3bitseems oas I eon sloT m bleIsra ticaM onR on /nM'hat abawintrotht 0 er
In black-and-white Lesur checked tweest with nubby surface congresswomen run the ganvut Thompson tR., Mich.I. She othe in an -

dAb n3 o letuha @gd rzoamet **dedk stae 't IpginE- fitt dhebf eMwithMa h a kdeps heril, JE$ RE 8
who usually leaves behInd ette. I pitant bookends, -lo her five at
mounds of reports and papers Word's gotten around that since. lest offles* and otgoe
E C at the end of a day, to Mrs. Rep. Thompson not only coole to a cataple of
Katherine St. George of New breakfast. In the office 808. Margaret inagg,. go
o York, who's got a real desk- when a e's trapped late, t (St., -Me.) CSE opell tak and MORGA .4.
cleaning mania. out a arned good dinner.
80me vinyl plastic floor cov- To control and balance your Is Legislator Thompson%
ering don't take well to was baby a foot, see to it that the -a- pocketbook as neat as her desis
when new, but after a few only part of his shoe that fits and portable kitchen? "Usually
weeks of foot traffic and enugly is the heel. I can find my way around in
* aerubbing, thef look glossles it," she aralles.
d are better protected with Wash your pets individual Not so Rep. Leonor Bullivan
applicatJons. food and water dishes in hot (D., Mo.) who admits she needs
4 oapsuds at least once a day. an indeix to, find fast about
Many stains come out of ny- t as de a vegetable brush for anything and everything abe
lon with just soap and wates ore. cartsdukher db neery

usn d a h teo r tth de chka I'v re able
bet, an I even emase, when days unless frozen
oo 0 e ye Cast iron pans improve with sto e 7 Ohio
>"'2" wre""d do pnq,,21""r:od j lels a34be P mide la
b to stack and the pan less my desk. My secretarylacolds
Ways can be kept front IIkely to rust. I don't clean it off every night.
It washed daily with Recent addition to T.ne son
d water. A mes d An electric fan placed on the gresswoman's desk is an Elaea
an e ry floor three feet from your Iron- hower medal. Nearby --a
can% remove odor. ing board will help a great deal of ebony has@ flookends

metAuhbasokretleaves rnrtkT nght e yocu wk a
enatainer---and provide Leatheroeves should never be boxe0as a sliver vage with on
M ow sk the washdbeem le ning 1- des a ka, at
entak dissolve* the washable re MteraHy
W habitually in thin- r Folk
soled tends to cause
archel 90 and callouses to Cash From Rorea
form. The of one pair of
walki at least. should ST LOU[S. Mo IUPI Set -
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foot and M d h k ojt
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Man,_ pave- a $1 fine as received here for
7 g overtime partlagr whBe el* leave.
Dunning sent the traffic bureau
, Edit stand-lip $500lag, expe- his parking ticket and four crisp
, on hard floors., Korean bills which. he assured
ber to keep1them, were worth SI la Amer-
feet tired. J lean money.


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the ,F glare ****** I 198 PABEWELL TO WR. ALEEAITIS -*
tiedib 21 *(0 9- rled, passenger ear ration of the quarantine Divioles from both sides of
of thb ee has Shtl* In erea sed M2, to to with tabfr led gath6red as toe Cristabel Una
II) sa A sad a gry SE 1,038,702, a r cent. I Oqub, Frida mening, to a a a spinner to adBBr Dr.
a ggy as gggg, boost in needs 6 Senaltis, 6 rm CrIstepal, who is
a MM angst ex so pt Star attta a a me & 4
re- aa q a erage of Dr. Waner O. Nelson, Chial complement, Mrs. alter. -
pet $ is the most Quar usine Otheer, made me disman, wb6 as lose na who
recent complete *DE or thy events and pre- mus in life rusure, so make
not saly are coM- Noozdg sM there absted Dr. Alexattis a watch her e in rida.
tal din- pe to carr labulky nasur- was an aver- from .hIs fellow employes. Mrs. tr..anas were guests at the
(la all* ance or want to or age of -an in. Alanists was r.ht r(capsenL of An BS .
also p47 orease of be tabk was center- COffde Finame4 for Wedamasy
nath- tan....*h at fa- et wl4 4 ea ben aH3F EMA
E CommittM risla tall vi decorat&d SD apple In- Tim monthly coffee the For$ 1
squestM that aggg ng. Alge(I with Site da of Onlick N.C.O. Club be held
One pa satith ass trby leUng Wednaday, March SS, at 9:00
la to 0 DE* aL artlee Edu clabream of the
y .... rates an
118 Star Mass at acc3debts in ed. Mrs r n are e, Ce meets
a us. .. 2. o .. .... h n pr b Ildps dn@ Illia e a on an ofrist
at IB6.Soo Mah to gggy, and dinner included a as will be held to-
a Altangualph Balboa sh BMar a orwitz. Dr. and marrow st the home

818804 Mc.e De sy make say op a oastat, and a lon wW be the guest speaker.
.F TMr their own tables in a w a sealdest the preal the la- Mr. and Mrs. Neil WilEOG, Mr. Past Presidents of Orlstabal
elsh 9 BS :M a.m AM table costs. Eugene Hamlin.. Mr. and Mrs. Wemen's Club to be seenewed
and a enter class is at be rlty dwellers an 'ESt& will William willomeon. Mr. William All ladies who desire to attend
-- WAh Mgaliles1 mate* .gogg gag age they at merely Enutson, Mr. And Mrs. L. F. the luncheon at the Hotel W h-
a fist rate aests to Bushong, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene ington, Prida March 27, w b
th) such Askew, Mr. and Mrs. James will honor drs. Ernest Cotton,
are offeret %)th Crane, Lieut, and Mrs. Gordon and Mrs. Jesse Syrd. Dsat-prest-
Comma Greene, Mr. and Mrs. John F. dents of the Cristobal Women's
dwelless, Stephenaan, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- Club, abould make their reser-
As. liam C. Ritchcock, Mr. and Mrs- vations with Mrs. William Grady
to logglranet r Joseph M. Kenway, Mr. and Mrs. or Mrs. WGlam Nesaler before
gAAAR St . angs Bruce Sanders, Br., Mr. Edgar H. Wednesday.
Light and Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Priends as well as members
alls the 18$*15* Priester. of the club are cordially invited
to join in this bon voyaRe party.
lege ane lie b .v(UP)- gans (les Mrs. Alexaltis was honored
Ing M tate to rik with a bon voya e card smart? Drams Festival Planned "
at Informallop agg beasage given by Mrs. Gil rt Farey at #or Week End
gg at any State IndaillIts by Henry Saha** ageman at her home a) Margarita. The Cristobal High Behool is
May the JAMigh's ?'he friends who enjoyed the sponsoring the Drazra Peatival
la a of PAMMRS at anatdatisti gagg evening with the haporee were: whith be held in the High
,the igle At as, seeeph Mrs. G. C. Horine of California, School auditorium March 2't sad
Invited adha .wns the Mrs. L. A. Kauter, Mrs. Warren 28. etartinr at 8:00 p m.
p. this anasant opportunity. aba was is throws achults. Mrs. Charles Harrison. The organizations partlespat-
at write 8 on 5- tEAm wriths . Mrs. William Wall and Mrs. Gil- ing will present one-act plays.
of PANall epPer Like of 4 lasmanaee. wBap. bert Lees Three of these plays will be air-
ty of the D en each evening after which
of Inter-A- a Dr. and Mra. AlexaHis with awards will be presented for the
by '99tigada's will en- ag. aD@ la r ea th the publk. their children Ce- best performance. There is no
WIMB4 agiles to be 9* Ger a furier ifSR Lucy Gra an Trada admisalon large.
g & en at 1 ;0) mea quass me VI 5 sall by the PanamA Railroad
a.m. at the Chall ral Line on April 3. They will drjve
g as Atlalga Amous, Sate r a from New York to Tam Flort-
Well A tr e 4.Aey plan make
Shp 01 yelpe;(B haviAg sogg me At, present they are the ruesta
All Mte Otates of their daughter and son-in-
.. ..as.. law, Lieut. and Mrs. Gordon
Deming eg that tilBe Greene of PorL Davis.
e value6 tD AL Toexo
are in Famwell areakfast for
to pga88, thby IL #* All$ Mrs. Prised sh
F* 838 A. Summer was
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1, a ted breakfast given at the
Hotel Washington, yesterday, to so
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making Panaderra Vista Hermose.
Telephone 3-4014.


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Dr. 015845,90 8. LIM

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Hears: 9 a.m. to IS agen
8 p.e. te s p.m.
Monday to Friday.
Tel. 1465 Col#n, R. P.

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ehold Automobiles ** v*. ..... arou.s ...u..e eromues sure ca... -
OllS Webe Alselmiles Amemymous. See cotta0sa Electrie Ice bones. as
SALE Kelvanator Retr.gerato WE PAY CASH for used cars. & se I 2083 Maces C. $. stores, moderate rates. Talmsham
FO ts be e tablma s. rc -T 9, len2 7 2 C Ns d N 0 DA EA 6-45 I Gamboa. 4.567 Pedre Mi*
table. 4 cha.rs, all for 5450 00. ama 3P-4-5. Last trip of the seeses trains Williams' Santa Clare .
Ca I Pmin. 3-4024 after FOR SALE ---19 r()Idsmobs damr due sell ofaAprill.nterest, fun! Leave R ga2 ra Ba
FOR SALEa.-Wa/o .11 g fan. all radio, excellent conder.or.. House Friday Apni 3rd, 7 30 a.m. Resum Except week-enta
25 cycle CO ext.rgusher. 3 speed 537-8, Telephone 875, Fort Galick late Sunday, April 5th. Fishing SPECIAL EXCURS
re:ord changer 60 cycle Rad.o. FOR SALE -Oldsmobile 1949. duty through the Pearl islands, visiting FROM PANAMA TO MlptlC
portable -Call 2-1837 or Quar- paid, perf err cond.non, many ex. w.th the premar ve ChpcQ Indians* one way 585, round trip 435 V

or b 515, tavt FI 93T un ob, a e o L G oe $
r. Iler shades nory. -14-- ch. 5, our hoes and DON T FORGET YOURPenems Dispeech Service Be Avealde
reingerato 25-cscle. 560, Ci99 FOR SALE -Barga.n 1950 Ford De- CAMERA 3 G.orious'Days. 545.00 Nechnol IAutomebile 8@*>. Tel.
In:or., Te 2-4293 aiser 6 pm lute 2-doc. V-9 Sedan, .'7,000 each per.on. For reservations phone Penemo 2.1655.

,Rc eSTwo a /n. e ell t sendit, bOr.g.nal .i m,6 00TELse y ANAr e Phillips. Oceans3t cet ages. So a
sm.e. n-.scesareau. saves. ar, ua- FOf: 5ALE -1952 Ford Tudor Main- Agent. Panama 3-1877, Criqtobal 3-1673.
.ng rnahogant card toble. 1* Ene So. 7.000 male alone blue DR. WENDEHAKE -Medical Chnic.
m:Cerr. teab'e el oArP neo 0940 Amodor Road, Balboa-2- Central Avenue K Streer corner. FOSTERSCCoottages/p0 I r shed
3-2144 or Cole 11.cor ab Telephone 2-3479, Panamd. Itock Gas Refrigerators and Stoved.
40 FOR SALE -IS BuIck Roadmaster l"AD t' Al g* Br.ng your knens. Phone Dagmar's
FOR SALE -' ea a cha.rs pract.co" Conserr ble 5850 New Pa.nt, new f lill JP11..W. 2-0170.
; .5 'in..2'Ph ne r geock engine Nerien 3 ISCE HROOUS FOR RENT
2951 1- 5treer Te ephone 3-09.......... FOR SALE -7-up at "Refrescos Tro-
FOR SALE liousehold etted FOR SALE 1946 Nash Sedon p.cales' announces home delivery OURS- .
House No 11.. Dr 'C, R.o black. -door Excellent condition satice for all Canal Zone Arm FOR RENT*-Chale> 2 brooms in

-db F I Clyll b TdNow 5 le eefdeceiveoNiagh In8genio de Vtsta H man Noat
roorrr sets F.:, .niormatson Tele Coupe, good cond.s=on 84-C 6th. der by call ng Panama 3-0996 Bwiding 27-C. Fort Clayton-
phorsp 2-3005. Panama. Sr. Coco Sol.tb Tel 36-8550 FOR SALE.-25 cycle washing ma- FOR RENT:-Chaler in Los Cumbres.
FOR West.nghouse clothes FOR SALE -1952 Back R.v.era. come 25 cycle record player. Bar- For information Jelephone Panama
dryer New. never been uird. 60- 4 200 mdes. 7 months dury paid. tery charger. Flexible shaft. <5 2-3005. Can be seen 10.00 to
cycle. 5125.00 -Call Navy Pac.*,c Tel 3-4225, Panama cycle y b p. motor, 2 Colma" 12 00 and 4 00 ro 6.00*
'280. lamps 12 volt generator. 8" speak-
. --- FOR SALE--1941 Oldsmobde, radio. er. Pasnt spray regulator sDraygun FOR RENT--Two-bedroom concrete
FOR -Bedrcom, deningroom. leather upholstery, 7 t.res. excellent J.4491. House 0582-A M.nd, chalet, Trans-Isthmson highway,
Iry (groom furniture, also kitchen condition, Dur\ Pand $225 cash Street, Ancon. electricity running water, four miles
tables Phone 3-1848. or terms Call 83-7269. FOR SALE:-Two 16-hair self-ceel- gmFt u cksp8a8 s0.grounds*~

WANTED FOR SALE U.'v""'C':,"d":, C," I':: FOR RENT:-Two bed-room concrete
tect Crederd Agency. "J" Street bungalow. Well located. $100 00.
..Miscellaneous Real Estate No. 18, Tak 2-2384. Apply house 810. Sonrry-Boy. Sa-
b Tel. 3-3041
Respons.b'e American couple no chil- Volue $18,000.- sell for 58000.00 FOR SALE -31 point diamond -r- anas. .
dren. des.re aporament or small cash-Senta Clara. gogement ring Cheap.--Call Rous- .
house preferably unsurn.shed. Call One house fired throughout One bed- seau 3306. FOR RENT
3-11 2 or drop a card to Box 612 octninvingreaTi 9 dressing rman, FOR SALE:-Baby Grand Piono, rea- Rooms

WA :-Small gos srove, 4 burn. and shower, his roof, overhangs 9 ob pr e. 90 New Cristobal FOR RENT:-Modern turnished reoref

many closets, back porch. No. 18, Tel. 2-2386. ce rs.
WA .-Three bedroom unfur- One doll house used as storeroom. FOR SALE*-Dobe P her P FOR RENT:-Furnished ro@n wit
nis house for occuponey April Water system, fruit trees, four lots. rman insc up- refrigerator stove, II* Visto.
15. -Phone Roy Tasco Davis, Jr.. Balboa Box 14, Tele. 2-3748. pses, Steer, 123 Via Perras, Tele- Telephone 3-2914,
Ame can Emboasy 3-0010. pagone Panama 2-1219. Come nnd ,
FOR SALE:-Lead 25 a 100 meters see them.

10:00-Music la ft a Tempo el
gag ga
11:04--30 7
s; I NT 8
11:30-*Mtilid $
12:30--- 6New W

2 sad Ost

30 t-the

.Man Magle
11 th d (Dentd.)
2 04-Three Quar 4 Tiple
2.30-A(ternoonMelodleg 2:
2 45-Battle of the Bands
3:00- 84arConeat Ball
3:1 Cle Sh
330- WAp W a
at 8
pl5- AIR -

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Mana 8 mph
6 30--Whats Tour Favorite
6:0 OnectShr
b UM Ever
7:450--- 9010E OF PRO-
7:30--The Chapel Upstaba
7:45-Lean Bath and mten
8:00-880 Playlaum -
stia mass
10:30-The Greatest 8tory Ever

an on rn. sisrm
clona chip
b:1 Vatletin
g.3M.48aglal evelDe
9:04-NWWW -
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b.Record (contd.)
11:30----Meet the Band
PM &
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WANTED:-North Americon couple
who*Mose not drink to there nica
two- bedream a)6nequrst In II)Ita
Vrses. Phone Padoma 3-2234.

201).. et Las Camb go.

Beginners and advanced students.
Popular Classical -BENNETT'S

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FOR SALE:-Meorcui: rmm tw cmre
7.50 Boulsch & Lomb 81nculas. Cn
54096 A Gien FleidTt gases. 2Va qj

FOR SALE: -Barga ebre sh rma
Pl5e pup af ^ot od ea.
FOR SALE:--Delntar Homcraff Poer

puppy. age two months. Reglster-
ed AKC ---Coco Solo 450.
FOR SALE --50 heavy steel bar-
rels at 50 isr each, F.0 B. Balboa.
Good for culverts, grain, etc. The
Texas Co. rPanamal Inc. Tel. 2-
FOR SALEh Doberman Pinscher puppy,
29I mts o d, ma e. Tel. Balboo

Women of the Pacific aide in
Ianama and the Canal Zone are

series of flowe arngmet
classes will begin at h"Y
These closes under the lead-
ersilp. of Mr. hals Pa)

boa the r rdanprteseon

hl ha ear h .
in the .M.C. gQnth y.
inrgb of Ma 1.

of,,d TheM7, Fora Evelne Mooreg C
nR- wIl g e a e n Mna

C Uited tatesArmyIEvelyn Moore) who Is laig
C eanand hairan o thethe Isthmus In the near future.
pmydrierevealed today. Mrs. Moore la a chartermm-
plain~ ~ ~~tr elslodicodIhhevn r~a zean ia le din e id
4~I that Companytio "A, Boat in 12
Bs n, 70h EginerAm- Through the Years she h
us u prt Regiment. Fort been a constant stimulus In a
ab sa o d 00% prtici- development, of the club's cul-

enother~ ~ ~ I dar ]h ouMtral ae organized the 1.at-
baedatleast $. The Med- In American studygru n
tachent,45thRecn- hich members have presence

n ce~dat lio A and ft he atin u}

e. Af setios atHead nehh8M .ar Mrs. Moore Insti-
re nitd 8ats Amy a-tuted a morning studygou.

blon too. ~advances in the fieldsofmd-
1953 Red Coss rly u e. muskc, education adde-

ad n e.
will ~ ~ p~t tae lceMod n exampe o his frend*

xed Up aste a lasmndsing ofa


. Neat
gagggay March M
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Club .
Balon .
aware, program

1 R
thellecord (collid.)

arrangma Metressed in s

as older t**gidents, the large vt

eeitrto c h

be mde i peso t the YMCA
front desk r telling on the
phone~de Balbo IA 384

next Ocober. *

Successful Youth
Week Reported

y urcSDA Ch h
The Young People's Missionary
our @rS.D u he coem

tonight at 7:30,



f the
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During this week ushers will a-

outh. wo wll e given the

who ave eenattedien aiee
Marh 1 wen hemeetis as bhe-

Baudyevening. there
willb a spcia eture---a varle.
program in which talent from
allEngisha aingAdventlet
In *,3'sthe P,,t side will

orer.rr use Puense Are 4..
eached MsalaaryVolunteer
Soeieso the Panama Confer.

EW~TON. Marss. filP)--Jmes
I~orna R chards. 95 iareal
ot~~L g ea rat Lange
meadow. h ~t ts rt, eor
at te ag of as a dirsetor
of 33Sadusates philrathro-

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pa HIS
WASHINGAlf. March 21 -
Highlights of U. 8. Secretary of
8tate Dulles' address before the
Connell of the Orgammation of
be ea St.a on a wI
America in both apanish and
Fortuou. to Latin Amerseas
countries later in the day."
The 8panish broadcast the
Intin American areas wi
heard between 7 and 9:45 p .
Panama time an all trequencies.
Both the Portuguese png
spanish habadeasts was also be
chade commentaries on the
#*Cret of State's addresL
Th* E%85
to other U. rhet
sad to viaRta re
of other A*aeridqg republics la
the past., Former IIsategges
Dean ANartila. eg
Isonered bp as ir (ti


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Mialarison for 12 worda
SC. ACil additional word.


SOpen frons 8:00 a.m.

g $.


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Re selo, f h
iginsters, now e himself a

edPageonit To Unf1 tugig dolo n "a'Lt t
r'T~ r In ar story mixinglab~fughs
,, 4 : ~and tears, Bbeltoanply e
- - role of Doda, DelwarP *m

thog LutLCr la rang ai ~
. -; -4 -s . and quarrelng arpw*
elose to the beteMd et the
1 entertainment laddr.
11sea t, th an la wife, Paula, has divorced
Theaers extTh u a-him and has remarried but has
lth he ariva of Thermitted him to keep their
I of ente," aRobet tle son, Dink. It la Dink
produdon utftutedwhose hero worship of and de-
I'venlethCentry- otion to hla father buoys up
the latter in ble darkestt mo-'
1Whrl Mons, Pul Chlatin, mnts, but when circumstances
7 e Marlowe and M Se- an him In ji, iscl deona L Q DA -oi trA
Moikel eac teprn happier future with ble moth "ue fiues" ttewsc
ture. The of "The Thlet'or Ve th or~s and well-to-do stepfather Aglsmein fteNtinlAsc
th).1actor important, ~~~~~Desolate and incomeolable, he neswe hysree e nteg
ecog, ments being by saleh ~~cannot now show interest in a hrlts l,"eet *Te
comeback via television, offer-ptethto re's qur n
d Bilvani. re are $ In e~~~~~d him by his former Elegield ice fpi ehepldt iwst
.**-2 o b~~herplayere'-fth the whi agent. But now Dink runs a- ice icril hog e
agggg .*.ilmedla R en-way from Paul, umable to exh-
tir tyla Vence. .dare the separation from the
father he adores, and the
.The hiefof Fhice re.child's devotion Inspires Dodo

Hood who'themes nvold laing success but the strain has
he dfene o thebelagnredbeen too much for his heart
ple of enie whn atoga. ,and he dies on the crest of a
ulsior beakshisprailae o aw success.
ee them IS alo relaes me teln proves himself an ar-
zomaht ade f th goltetlst to rank with the beat In
a s a l a s . n u~ e b h t i r o e l iq I n e ,l w M r h p 2 1 h

0hi lov se rd vividly contreata pathos andj to say. John Derekr, who is one(
The alty of Venic4 IM ~~the ubqmu oRo erm mlerrimnut. In suchhlrouhmefsymotaor u
with My dnak godolas dicatingto record "I Just Can't, Re- aCeaea hoetkn paei trfo ntdrt cmlx
down ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ mme noha8#a as kd ,, aby Islan d' a8epehs eaysms.wudb ha
Fi1t*"--- Ma:. -9P -" "DP -9-eetc doof e n t lo ebtph a
aggrag~em were used to the graph r Chievigcmcpl orr get, thi hebamsnisele
-- ... yereat caling or atry xped to rossAnd Jackle Gleason and his ting piafugit i ae h ol xdt o uho
S heprcesin, it te ay i 194.Tht ho oresaoer a top Capit~olInt elvlopromncpepehoa noedwh
r@ 1shphad of Iretor. 3 ehn co atos happy*single --"You're Getting to Be he de nte iaiu c h odloshdhnsm
$$ta Brbb dis ying welth, isthere i ~ a:Habit, With Me," with Bobbyinhchhimeonesouphaqe.o otcorad
AD pomp an cle at evey 6 big bHackets doing a great trumpet house piters and tervr-atess
tunn.'Te r f n i- 4-5 ecus.the; oo and ''l)eldohqfig Sere. ous e.Btiti e
moral"aBri rlepanesar a top nae"Skelton who will eeyo "norir u cnerIlg
in Ia pe be-qualy reordsto c .p e te -Wliam p. Laffler. wet-eyed i uhaee stawl owtot a otem
dueland itteevision and the ruling in whichhefrehssotoanmind er-ow
tray ,a as hree-41ladesonal movies* leave him,orhefnldmtebo rmheoomna
TheW ptletlD. gag.ggrg.ag, t,, thus Is*episode inwhhheldee.Cr'"Drkomneddr
The~~~ teh a en lc~n quality mind to fns i c l n aa ahswr o e
alns.a h s el sspatith I though h nw isl ob MatnOe hc
enhte Is4 hitl. put t lea very sc a.h amkn t b h
wih hedtdace W the by Thepcuralolroce
eit t mesw -are another actingwnnri n.Butosmatrsthsat
ofVeig. T . r "sas the sn year-oldTmCaidnhohnsarasmprntsa
ee'g .album .In ,"btwocmst h Sm fte t

a"illy Mafes bacchansll" issniieprorac hc in
IhL title of the other album, ON:wllwnhmnaryoovr Mnacrsaerihn lds

wage made fmmos. by Pred As- pt1et nterl fteSae
take -"Top Hat" and "Ohreek ohrwotist ra ee hnstiLyeo c B
Gol hascome forth sl n h owo h ay o i ,
A to ths with a e ~that couki be sesasrnadteeaevrweetet maot
R.an So Coms assh wlr hic H U nr. fPii braste"este h at y
ness. The col ame fles n Lgn mt a Gli,
aut henb~L~ a rns o te wohsnee e o
ai wen 3WhM Colmi an rfed p. T5 H I

all~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n d ltWtesBs ria""n

a work 1:15,

Autor~l~~ Godgei~~~ii~~~i~sts l hatTegadadyo l af
...? -h*.mtheMjbapi a.i

lene Dant has a new t '
erred upon her at a IAs
ation of Accounting SagB.
geamer 8aery she wears in
mathematical wizards come .
bes there are'1640 square -
an additional 1100 squage
princess' wardrobe.


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t sit youte dne of
who Inwardly .
don't worry too
it. Much at the
e world has been wag
ople who felt, they had
themselves. "


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Black~~~~~ Sa b ab o,. ELECTION rMY THE E~XPERT"S
'~~~~I Fihn W a
o I-Pimlan Medadings P~men I.e PP ?OS
,The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ r speedy~ Blc abe tpeen osdre h hmpo as~eS t ST i---***
naiv rce a JanFanewil e opeghedtoayinth -nklem MRintry Misand globs
fetued5100 ade EnetoNaaro lasi fr atvethrogh I Minkeds Elels khinia ag~ 1-iit( ,
breds~~~~~ll atre thek Sabana track ByFAO.-T. i I 1*'T
,, ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ il ..i This raceL isu~ia a. yeryeethnrn h eoyo h ra eemTi ei
sportsman, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ a one ofhr the fouder ofo th oa rc n a u- Psigaog h aswyadarudtedcsha
standinr~~~~~~b figure atJa rnou otetm fhs et sa ens odLi as ek eea ierdsapr hv. -ierddOee heie
owetrie adgnra onslo o h eagrtate. encugtaoudte rrBoywt afwc rbin allwis 0eplSeeie Ot
BlckSab i sr t gtstffcoptiio n hi el- pfrm im o im.Th bylafulof blal a~lndFI ifIo the I~~

slow-strting tablemae. Esp rl* CMn bderero C-s-- Mg Don Jalli A

could~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~ck supiebcueo hi ih ipss u' onhs"'. Vesnte c Ventr a~k Tre Pestnevicr Vswe r aspha
beenr bunn upn theih trc durin workouts """""" bs"'""~ Ibaa clathlbi
Another~~~~~~~ ~~~~ fetr o oa'sporm ilb tedbt fto...1M Caselegeac Ph Pen Camlges
newcmer intheS60 secnday atratio Clas "" svenfur L PaseII eseie enelgua* & Fe o i
long~~~~~~~r~ race Thek "debuants ar Posinoi an loaMaBam
Postinovich~~~~~~~~~r~u isd al reprtdl hih-rie fivejt~ er-od hsnt*Pds;ms GetM e

bigp new lastUVI wee From their report the area; 4roun Phia R. r;~s
Ou atthe rac yeterdy, he endeua ntr traledallthe ay ustbe aiveWhhhungy snus. Wnle heywereher *

mile ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t~~~~~U rac whc carrie ae pus more than onel raeysedy agtob u oth ml n en sd h lte
*of$750.Sir~osswassecondand Th rsls reore oneb flah~b~ as~a~ bin hungr althogh te bab

Paveo tothe ront rigt afer -Enrquet 33.0 Dr Rivs isan chthologst a theUnivrsib ofMiam PACFI LEAUE aspli thn a hird amewillbe I 9
the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ttaesr.., bra an thes bigrsci~c sixyea SCOND RACE and wase onasinii xpato o h cho.Hsmi NG lyd a:y

a com andin lead Firt Deale: (esort-Mal- Whe tne r. Wa askd abor, hi imprsalo of Pnama' Bate et 3 4 ASS te Cheisil havesome f th
Hartly Las, offon to, wasys) $05.88 Itshng hesaid "Thepotenial fr scintati shad o Ah as .t Ataeoles. s. 3 5 .37 clevrest.Ware helletwo a age
alugish an quicky droped THID RACEconcers abuna~rce s one eat I ave evr seen" Has escripon Baloa Breers. 8 4 .33 teas w go at, it
back hile Si Boes cased te 1-KonTiki $880, 4.0 ot ou eastrahthe i one ofthe bes we hae ever eara. -to th nd 88 .Who wil win9
aceseter. he hoses cntinud 2-Dn Joquin 4.20 ne ith tap the r. remark abou, wasour Arican The lbralr Mteteam et, I is a ast npospttle o nee, 1--Sun' 2 -

et 2VoldorS4 D. Dr R~as lan toresrn ~o anaa mthe near future nine the sbecoa hati rand an op- few in thp eoaad half. .e'....Vap
The ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~o wdm$7.20eh andL $52 in the Quinels (Ioit-oldr arrnonint toi hav seea loca 21shermen aip hi pcsfrtearataao.(t at.GtyaswI e
He harsefild Th Cabis-$5. ensalcusedduin hi sarbutno, btanaleat the Larringsr hisr te~nth game eam; th Raqe a "R 4435
fiv- -FITH AC tie.by defieathlR Oi r Life. He I
1-Paero57.0. .20if ou atc a ishwhich cannot be identified or is in wll go into the Europlobshis 'the ns eastof the lessue
2-81 Bos $.40anyay nusal e hve mde rragemntsto p~ethe(spd- ames with a tghi' and one ree- am~ bah oll s will be dard 1( -'tle go9
SIXH AC me sipea ~oMimi orclsaanctin.1 yu la inoratenord and prill use@i than lkelf *bls~~ur Il you ne.Per oen $11i~)
1-8n hee $, 4 280 n nyifa w lit as nsrucou. ae Don ~Mortgag who ended up e olwan m yea Ml oser No~jth. r 7y.
2-1terude1. f te fahhasunuualcolratonand It la posalble have with an eight and one record inc. But leek what lre~dtia et beg ad
3-Pl $3a clor lotre aken Ifpicureis nt pssile witedow asand at times threatened' Larri- lieeroo rre r A etertalanet~ ***ZI .
SFVN'P RCE estyo ca a esripionofitscolrmnaga in wins and, lomate, sat d~amagYC *with mate .-
2--a haa 4 lae te la o ie ndwhe yu etrntoabreloss, therefore the y abold turn Zeace a~~~l tlas Mal ~s. r~r A, a
Ro~~~~~~~yesl ~r atf So 80(S Cheer hae< nefishallska~i i.ppradse-dornm.eas I
FIGHTH ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ns RACS asigta h lhb alt o.W ilsu irs two gamess in t,1se event o air.. 1 0id
2-ubic 2.0,2.0fo mn yar W av needhep fths eand itlA 1 ;fiEln

1-Quo~!Bhu Vadia 33 2.60 2.2 fom heStae
3-ka $.0 o ae om fnmae pa unhof doug~h balls rad take/~~-F~- LEfL~

* arly one wararrbie tr a* da gr~t lets for hrser
:~~~e ,nt .h n., .. ws Jghr. l
..wrlabesdark summes se2;~lt ga owner.~ It*8 ,aes ata!

. Austailan rofesional Ke -l a.ow~mr ad trarlnar, who la better 't$ t aheigift 8h $ bigeta$,

season's reoo -20 wlas "Bhow us how it,'s done," ane
. DISTILLED AND BOTTLED %" or= omer," asse morean veteran
, Insurance asse.
had previously
Admismirm grise base.SISE Els A bounced an a
NADA as are ...4. sor one seas. us green sea driataea sn.
twenty-five cents for **g alauld give this
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Q'Nelll is trying Jack Lohrke son, whom the Reds gave
arid Tommy Glaviano at second on, has tremendous curve
ht@a, has some stamering hope tailities, Jackle ,
She Beeramento Italiano, Forest pro4agh *
he was tsbbed as an captional pole, has p
inflelder by the Car- Ken Metataelman sad
who could use an ac- staff appears as wubtil up
.comp one. the Demeants, and th'b ...-- time at 87. ". ..
Canale Ryan played all 1% ***** ",
game8 at second thee last as
season. Be"a ringwlae, but la slow O'NdWs like to. *
sad tired and tan't, going to plek to Smoky salt a
up his feet and reflexes any pata, and ,
faster at 38. Last season easily achoo them to harry
coal have been the kid's last for )ty ers Uke &
fight. Robipson and Pee We Bease.s
** -
Watch for a trade, if Car- Eddle Walthus, replacal byC
peter can easineer one. The Torgeson at first base, is tradq
yr president wants 4 win belt. n as
as much as any other magnate, we "
has unilatte4 resources, would As previously related, the '
pay the price for the athlete is to find or otherwise theater
Was might be the difference. a second baseman to go re6th'.
Shortstop Granny Ha at a 2.
Stating his case, aim 0'- Third Baseman
Neill leada with the hers Jones is a more
-Robe Simmons an DreWa. swatter than he was, .
"I'Q them in that or. The outtleld is see wasn
der rig the season," als, Ashlmrn, Wyrostek.
he says. *'The man wHI mark and Nicholson, the -lattes*
come from 8teve and trie abaring right and servigg'
Jim opatanty. Some Fox as plach-hitters.
hows to pitch, has hasn't '
shown arid liew long esa "As .t.hings are,"
ran wait? Andy Hansen will re- goqd old Steve O'N@ll. *'
Here." olub will take A lot of .
Big Bob Miller is back from "It is my honest opinion
Baltimon with an excellent we should take it all, sad
2.35 earned- sverage in 32 w81 ---it @e get even 4
outings. Son w Itent Peter- baked second basing.

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Theodore ktalEgyhki, 43,
of plant guarda; and anothkt
man carrying fatel and the
sixth floor catetpria where
checks were enabet when His
bandits appeared.
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rlous thing" was that the Air Po has he
Fpree made it, appear Russia had at waging
committed an **act, of aggres- on the .ol
sion," abates, mallA
The senator said he obtained "There.are^twig
his information "from sources honor
which I cannot suspect." of.this
'['he United States a "vig- Porce to I .
grousproteet"withM ed- Is to-asy-n A
nesday. It deman Russia decide to do esp d
puntab the let pilot he im- Is.a6 nee
mediate abas to prewdat such 25 mi
incidents. The Air Fored.add the for ha
plane was on a weathbt flight much weather 50
and had every right to be where 100 miles out. Fm
It was. - way, off
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choslovakia foll o wing the
death, of President Klem&nt
Got Id apparently end ed
Sat ay with the unanimous
el n of Antonin Zapqtocky
(top President of the Com-
mu -ruled country by the
rub -stamp Czechos1 o Vak
National Assembly. Vice-Pre-
mier Vilian Biroky (bottornt
was chosen as Premier to sue-
ceed Zapotocky. Antonin Nb-
votny was put in charge of the
central committee of the Cont-
munist Party, a position which
was held by Gottwald.

O'erry TreeS
,Due To Bloorn
e 1 arch 21. *
(UP) ons wdre, today
hat faWhous Japan-
gap wh1 put on their
touritte the
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next week
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CHICAGO, Mar&h 21 (UP) ----=
Four bandits kil"ed a guard,
wounded four persons and fled
with more than $15,000 today in
a robbery pniled at lunchtime in
haedheart of the Chicago stock-
The shoot broke out in the
Libity McNo and Libby Co%
meat cannigg plant alongside a
busy cattle ghate
Workers ducked for cover
when gunfha brate -out after
the fbur gunmen interceptat
guards carrying a cash UDx*
The corridors were thr
with persons ng to or coming
from the Ll cateteria and
other restaurants: One of the
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ties landen-made illan, "The CoropationCerenegy,",
ab@r the coronatfost of Queen Elizabeth II for th) 1
of Inlarmation. This eswwn,, agde for Su
Mon, is almost like the one made for C)qri

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RUANTICO, Va. 1Warch 21 Mais willes and
(UP)---.The Marine Corps today did da 7 alth
showed off its "Mighty Mite," a supply vehigh a 4
newinidget motor vehlele that wire,
rinea claim can do almost Altheigh tod,
g except fly. Jeep: cadbc
The "Mite," an 84oot 8-inch loads, it IM
While, can be carridd by hell- ed by
nobter and on hailklans, climb carry 500 pain
stap hills, through mud other 1
and turn in a ht circle.
"I'heMarine puttheneW DurlPR't@da
IIghtweight Veh a through its it zoomed a
paces for newames at the base from a
vented in 1942 by Ben 8. a 1 Idm.
Gregory., a veteran relax driver Because 0 Br
from Kansas City, the "Mite" is the "Mite" la
be2 Droduced by the Mid-A- round on
m ea Research Corp, Wheat- circled.
land, Pa.
'tan of the new vehreles have
been .delivered to the Marines
for testing. Other benches of ;
the service will test them later.
Mach of today's demassistra- *
the was aimed at showlat the
"Alite," a squat, 4.591[ and 87
contraption, is superior the NEA *
Landed in an "invasion area" NEW
by helicopter, it ran l obstact* 'r. Aarom an, -
courses, plowed through mud, -born.h one
rescued a jeep tlwt was mired : 'd one .ona,
th the same mud. hauled recoil. The result, ages
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IGIIs Schoolbdy
Stunt-Night Actor a
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SI, (11?) A 18-year-eld boy
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-The UB. Air Force stood by its
story today that a U.S. plane was
on a routine weather flight when
It was attacked by Soviet jets off
Russia's Far Eastern frontier.
sen. Ralph Planders charged
that the Air Force gave a "false
report' of the incident.,
The Air Force said there was
nothing to add to its original an-
nouncement "except to empha-
size the fact that at no time was
the RB-50 closer than 25 mHes
to Kamachaths, and so was not
In air space claimed to be under
national Jurisdiction.* *
The Verdt Republican, a
top member of the Senate Arm-
ed Services Cdmmthtee, said the
American p r"Just was not
there on we business" as the
Air Force cla He said the
Soviets appear to have been "dle-
creet" in me way they drove it
off. '
Flanders told Senate the
plane may have on a "use-
ful mission" when a salan MIO
fired on it "from a distance" a-
bout 25 miles off the achat-
ka coast. But he said the "se-


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operation was a mager one, the tM Degs
to the nospital were to attendance. Op of
was Dr. Gmapel. The orderly seeand to any
with aWair at great mandemns
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Dr. Graupel, he seemed takes aAeak, last only

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Dr Graspel by might The orderly informed age
that I would recogalse ble by his mustache. Aer
the other surgeon did not have any.
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Sat I knew trom one of as statements he
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ON THE BEAM With Air Force personnel at San Diego, Calit.,
Lucilte Thomas, 17, chosen "Miss Sextant of 1953." Capt.
Shaw shows her control of a Convair T-29 trainer.

TAKING A BEAK' during cold weather mni

.RERP, :
:h was
5. was :

A Sple neon sign a the latest Paleteff flee
MM)**** s and deowing of Leongde Alf ,
on offr of Mexicest feelist pointer Joses Ovestle
T IE CULTURAL ER of I exico is the slowly-s
Palacio de Bella Art6,'r (Palace of Fine Arts), homest
Institute Nacional 4 Bellas Artes (National Institute of I'Isle
Adiif. Here the eli .4 Mexico City gather for the sights
- tilQIgg concerts special cultural events in seq 1)
fulgican exhib) \ galleries, sponsored by the go

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t a truck..vialts patiently while a snowplow free it pa a
re, Engi A blissard piled up dritts as high at Dellets
many dial in a dozen coun throughout 3914 J '

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zoshus, whMWRVED by isrolioad ecea- 5$871
omy measures service, receIng agener
abattering blow member of the
counting Oftlot on..made 8 ..emerents et
5,ooo trom canal Co. soils, the tion th a th
ede a nM mas %heoday The mute ites &rp a
Reaction to GAO representative 's and, a Mig a
proposals came hot and heavy gain OSflatals as well towards B
as white collar workers. Ing M mile off
Some felt Newman was soured besease he had on- which she dows
succ the posittDW Of comptroller for Stberia JapaB.
Whatever as lesses, air. ama xes. See abassa 'rtse Ra-50 mane assett the same to
were preparing to take seMea. The two big isher turn. The geak if let tiv4 proves&
grasps here started the wlaeels region te. the skirmish with a spore of
backlag et thelt national effle in the
drastle recommendations. Time U.g. a little of the week's
adite6' ea the Canal zone was eeenslaerlar the the wak's booting affra.
met etrooeve measures to be taken to counts Air Limoin Itorneer,
set the wrapesIs. down at the Iron Certain at the of
But through it all, emplofes tried to put up a brave all seven onw alembers, while a
front, despite the cold unertainty of their future. we o me BA
Meanwhile, Gov. Serbold was ready to absent him- when bla shot-up winR started
self from the seemi with a trio to Ington to at- the anene, per parathate. 4
t@d a speelal board of dil*ectors mee Ing this week.
ealled to discuse alans for lneremine the manarity of Regarding these eventa,4he
the*Cand. Two days earlier Serbold in scheduled to chlet in Germany, Oea. Wh
attend the hearing on canal suproortations for the has become uncammon, if not,
ebming year by the Senate Appropriations Commit- Russians.
o Be enoreased at the leep of the save
Younw men on the Zone were bewinnine to brare fliers' lives,
themselves for the arrival of a vert*In letter whteh ,
starts off with "Greakin*a from the Prealdent of the He did not adalt, of a gree, that the fa$
thited States." It looked.ps If the draf+dres"blowing been anything that 100 an sent St*
bot grusts of whad gown their back'With the recent laddent: pe repeated :Bassist (AI*
announcement from Washinet6n that the Canal's Lincoln fired first, even there ilpokh
quits vowift be raises so new r*nt, nexb month, blocks in use ups of Whbb wa& I
Despite the Itret' that local Pelative Service Diree. navigational exereige: but lie spow at ]Age
tor sold he knew nothing* Phout the prono**d chase, was sorry the way Stalogy.bad hast to takp qut -
bows in the 1-A classittention were readying them-
selves. This, and one two IMast*
---- o listian the .
A fire whlet will chalk us a $900 00ft loss for the start. act taked th'
Troniest PrnM Co. broke out in the hold of the B.B. the Wat as wag the regline of
Ecuador early hat week and sesulted in the ABS-arnes ddoeased. -
ton vesses sinking ontalde of Crlat6bal after beaching
and flooding attempts faHed. Itr lastance, the Moggow MMADis
o transentanton Frider pt a 1Rtit*4 PMM
Demolte totk abeat redw*elar eastw here, the W4etaEW**MS AM M
>tenth of February arewed a reso*4 breaker as asw men in the a
for sa tells weae researned. Own St.5m Me wire mlpht be of taking President
collenteel la the short month, with a asily aver. an his effer to W SP
are transit et SB Isrre commerelal vessels. Mogoop to talk th$
- o fered the one Imp of
'isings were bussine in the Dishlet fourt atte it. kept abould' M 'be
wr* Tearned that attorney John O. Collins would be weald meattightply ah!
rolled to show case who be shoubt act he searweart.
**t or d barred for allegedly Inwiting Judge Outlarigi It WM
P oro** aheek er sink the
'"We ("ARA re*=m*Med in Colline case that "dle. Was
el "9*** ae*Ion" be taken. He
ar--ther boosts in rent were announced by the Cs.
my commay to taire effe** soon for all concession,. where be
afree. hanks. shindria agents and other .commerelal *O $tR***
estabumments oneratine on the coal zone.* Mast rapidly
amown's of the increases were not known.
o Another small
Pre' switalo shadow wl***a he confirmed at s meawea. clud by
stea abttylar fl** five revernmept warties that
be wewM we ** Webbeton to aggoalate the red-
****4 of the SMS treaty. Ing down
"We week fustice. not aims Col. Rem6n said. Stes, made it
* anwes at succort were Immediately forenounipgr from
the Howananermen's and Radio Workers unions, In
C ***her of Commerce and othb* organtastions. 4158
'" ****n aritators also seemed to be ready to take a esearanet
ad"****** of the nonortunity to get off a wave of
anti-Ame***sit sentiment *At w a
these algir no
On Tharatay, CM. Reman that his sameek Sn. Not sta 6
As? did set easetitute an atts*k ea the Unitag are they eg
80stes and reaffirgued the triendable whlah emists be the no ,
h i I

t tw **matries sad satr eememm n-
the Pr**Ident's second sneeek was made at the
Insownrattan of a potaq lob as the first stratetr of
the ratermerican ev flion t6 alo Wata.
In his swer.h he to $1400,000
for the Elehwar in 1984. 'stals will first selfr-
$ag job on the National Binhway Art the last test years.
Fire heated the 11oble in and danon hall and an
a emine teement swer the Idenits late Wednesday Tite a
saleht. Wisuesses sold it was idested-ter awar Posite
Rinan soldiers. However, whis one of them Lals MQ. In as I at

is befor made availat@e for quagttpning- by glanny
authoritle.- Of men
o *, What have
'<--le PI-- of the arbon WH40A restoned test week talks with the
to *****te r"** or of fa stomiwood UltO 01n). alou 9 at
**nl. Fr-- '- Can wwt warne to hereed col.
>**mass v' P 4 4 th( payst at Health 'IO*
les he*%linask were re- ame
po-'ed to be fa raw sipse to fort to meet

Much 14 deadline for ten found
th** maiorit**** Istlabalbus Gowe their Milada.
returns. Artuallw. senses had re-
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No doubt you've seen "Old PansmA"--4ta r&s 'gaunt and hoary:
And read with sympathetle heart its grla and tragle story;
- No doilbt you've viewed the ol@ "Plat Arch"---H marvel in its may
And the gorgeous "Golden Altar" In the church of Gan Joa6.

But let these old time relies, for the' moment, He In state,
And note with human interest the city up-to-date; ,
Observe the teeming multitudes of every type and race,
Who trade and, tratic, buy and sell, in this old market place.

Down where the ancient city .wall o'erlooks the sparkling bay,
A thousand dancing water craft approach the busy quar*
Each brings itp).tap cargo and, though primitive alul rude.
Shey carry freight of wealth lintold--They bring the city's food.

Hard by this antique landing place the eit# market standa
With its rows& bastilag merchants from saany distant landg
Intke one gigantic IMphtire whise gather, day by
The motley crowd of purchaserain chat, .

The keen and trafty seen on every
Methodical as clock wor efficient, cool arid bl4ad,
He IIstena with complacence to the housewife's ahrill41rade,
Be's universally abused--"-but gets the biggest trade.

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The silent, swart Bast Indisp Is eloquent In spells

The negro woman, Junoceque, proceeds with stately tread,
A basket full of merchandise upon her kinky head;
Ber generona rotundity fills up the narrow alsle, *
Disarming all resentment by her broad and potent amile.

The proud and pompous citizen with wealth at ble coulmand,
Whose purchase are carried by a servant near at hand;
The lean and "pabre" widow, who can barely ty the prke
Of two repalalve flah heada and a May bag of Else. F-

The ordinary "helebre" somewhere down the toast
Whose porehases are p by a servant pear at hh
Astride his small "caliallo" with a M.on each ago,
In one of whlob is pread$ borne W manhoodd a for and. pride.

Els tiny daughter, eight yesta-old, with eyes of velvet brown!
Who never has beheld tSI aby the wonders of the town; -
Alas, her father's scanty means are sorely stretched- to meet
The cost, of shoes and stockingil for 10 bare and dainty feeL

So wags th6 weary world along, go.grInd the ruthless infl!s
Of Pate that knows not sympathy, with human hopes nor ills;
In PanamA's old market place where crude and vivid souls
Depict the Human Connetly in-ell it's varied roles.




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see tingMasit .
Aash athDp gg M ICS--Seaf48 @ng hand-made sled, Pvt GiraMe Oshivae4 et Antiosula,
gets a kee rMe on an lce pedd-uaigg the meapower suppHad by Cpt. M. C. Anderson,
gaB* at figaple. Tea., Igit, and Cpl. WilBam Gerhart, Tenn. TMs is one of the few ways the
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OTOWi--(NBA).- Reaslan Fremier J. tion-to study the matter. It can1 posalbly come
V. health IRay have ealaped bapause up with any recommends before next year.
he Oldat follow a rule he had anage for hbomit and the state I tares would then
in 1985, accuragan to former el StaW, have page laws an any reeemmended changes
now 909. Junes P. 25pmes of Barth ther to put into effect.
"On Christmas as br Gouraor of the state are meet,
amq .Psemaar atalia glaner Ing Shee most at hold only Man.
Web' agg arminam aggir It alal they went meet till 1955. So
was ine Messagr Malablet of their changes couldn't go Into before 19M.
see seenouse ears as guests, sad I as quess to
he m.w ine saneranessma. *Famar ames ex mara
y is as to **Tpere had been regars on the stat6
men the ofagBn's healus, go been to the Crtages sear 'Has long-winded names at law firms, men-
a seas. see won swdre but anna... et am tienter as the are good for a
by public .et" neB) had been let be was hap- laugh, but the new
py 218 had seturses so his in emealant has a "firm" name in charge of parehological
alisated erime oadiuea. . warfare waloh tops them all. It Is-
to rag **Ill Gala to me: 'Lhave been leading sea ab- Doges, Dailes, Jackson, Jackson, Johaeon,
a Mae for ever 10 yesas. I should take 5 0tiMer, AmaBh and McCaseHa.
rest and thesesfter ( plan to do so. It "Ite members are, at course, Becretary of State
-Satuar law as Jelm Poster Dalles- his brother AMan DaHes, @*
statements sever news alas he to carry out reatur or gentral intelUsence:-Wtalam H. Jack-
as #aa$ p@log,*Alptails "He has bus star* sola chatrman et 8trategy Board;
asked ag ange as agagues Apppened was-enly a C. D. Jashoon lae alon), White House coordl-
ip data. But go naldr of papebategleaL wartare: Robert 1.. John-
son, new head of time takernationar Informanon
tBese dostata Department : Base you proggam: Robert Catter, White House admin-
the -ne@ play abas ==>9..aans to astrathe amletant; Undersecretary or state
b about $5@ 5 anote I.aea is going-te watief WaMer .8. AmRh, and Assistant Seeretary or
Wo, Maste 5 seat to be aboatt 8tate Carl W. McCartue.
as tanings : It's getag to be at sequd to "Call Me .
EEMilarlell Pea sesMAY
805: Oh. That at What will als call
gr@ than alue tt, There's sentiment* growtag en Capitol Bill in
Pirst BDB: "Call Me Madonna." tgror of a special tax for professional
votes ts such women who have to htre sitters to take
MAB ahpa ar A KICK FOR THE CROWD care of their famlBes while mama works. The
a very raw alrguments in favor of it are slasple.
Robert M. McCurdy, chairman of the Amert- When a man who is the head of a family haq
can Legion's Nattooal Rehabilitation Conference. t6 hire a secretary, he can deduct, her salary as
aheat.as teastmasser for able banque$, capping a business expense.
a meetAng of his group in Washingles. About TH So why aboaldn% a wife and mother who
peopia were there, including all the big abots in works full time at an outside job be permitted
veterana' affairs. to deduct expenses for said, housekeeper or oth-
latroduced all the people at the head er kitchen mechanic who keeps home fires burn-
; stmight down the Mae from ODe end Ing?
to age When he gos to Rep. Edith Nourse
aggagg seements. Republican congregewom. SCHOOL CHII.DMAN WOBOOFI'EN
so w)n is abstrman of sne Home Veterans Af-
f tptaiagnittee, MeCardy pleased and asM: Sourest note at the whole program to relieve
come to a person who realty needs no falling meat was the propenal to bsve the
to the 'Old Oray Mare' of goverangat a let of meat for the school
ant a of horror ran through about this as something

for the meat and the estHe ralaerA.

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$ng forward to the annual shdir.
Steve Rainey is the neral
chairman this year and a re-
ports thaf the committees have
been whipped into thape
for the "homeetreadh drive and
everybody is hoping the Fair will
another roualag success, -
f The handle cl the a a

foot acres, the obnatru n
of sanitary stables for the eare of .
"Colonel"%W. L (hill) Adams
(be got the honerary handle
from the governor et the Stati
et LouIslana) was the club's
first president. This well
known general agent for th&
United Fruit Co .
Widiar force ir ide
was built, h hpraea ;
ubhouse -was. a .con
ructed for club a and
soelal gatherings for a meshe
bers and gueste,
After everythiqq was ready the
snembefs decided so let the pub.
He know about the club's activi-
ties and the 'Idea for the first
Fair was born.
It not only. showed
Atlantle 81de people
the club--they really .
their hearts--but ther d la
e asway to make

The program prove
real ridiar .club
only all members
events but sevetal R brou
horses and joined in the tun.
Rainey, superintendent of the
Atlantic Navy Fuel rea, was
elected to fill Adams' s oes, a big
grder in any man's league.
Steve started out by tencing
the entire area, had. electrielty.
thatalled for the clubhobse, cop*
Structed a pony ring. 4Hil REV@
the grounds a general face Ilft-
B. B. Gray, of the Ladca Diviz.
glop, tras.elected grealdeny '
and has. eibly kept the ..
growing. Blace the aaem p'.
was on the increase take
became necessary, so Oray almply
built four new stalls. This he did
personally since it happens he is
an excellent carpenter,
Bo now the committee la ready
for another Fair.

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