The Panama American

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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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01541

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* HONG KONG. March 23 (UP)
-American officials were ex-
ped today to ak the Britbh Of 35Boo
for help In obtaining the release
of three Americans believed a-
board a yacht captured by Com-
munistL 0 ---
Julian F. Harrngton, U.S. con-
su general in man Kong, said Protesting shipping agents will meet this week to
ScerSy what aineo e would disc action they will take with regard to the nw
toe to obtain the 4mericans' re-
eas was "a $se question." announced rent raises which in some cases run as hi
hut he Indicate the beat ap- as 350 pr cent
would hawv to be through
mBritish m ion n Peiping, The new rent rates, which take effect July 1, were
rslnrecoEBsa ed by Oommu- received today by shipping agents, banks, oil copanit
had orders from the U.S. cable companies and other commercial establishmen
Department to take "l operating in the Canal Zone.
atepa" to free the three
ate:" to free the three Some of the agents termed the new rents "highway
S4 -ot1 aenht. er, own- robbery," and "an outrage."
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Was taken to b An is anticipated in view of
1I gunboat 8atudat d Panama Canal's statement
to Lap Sap Mel IslA1d, eluded to he notices that
southwest of Hong Protest th event there i any
circustanee in your case
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M a on, iter- R2 raise, e sha ll be gad tpa el.
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ad CaSt. Fak Eraghner. 1500 attded yesterday's rally end, bans representatives
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they i otcalled readiness f oi ra fUrther conferencwith
a m't inysdle.iIapSap the Governor when Seybold re-
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Sa ot warships have been GLASGOW, Scotland. March
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P'4i2 TWO PA ANA AMERICAN A1 iND i Wa'y I .

THE PANAMA AMERICAN l

NANMODIO ARIAS. EDIO
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TELEPHONE PANAMA NO 2-0740 11 LINES)
CABLE ADDREs, PANAMERICAN, PANAMA
C.oN OFFiCE, It 17 CENTRAL AVENUE UETWFEN 12TH AND 13TSTIne 3Tm .
FOREIN RIEPRESLENTATIVES JOSHUA POWERS INC Com m ent
14, MAnION Avg. NEW YORK 11 N Y,
EP MONTH IN ADVANCE S 1.70 SL ,'
oR SIX MONTHSD. IN ADVANCEgo1 0.. o i 0 By Victor Riesel..i
T400 ct r e council repor; ow watc
S P YA IN N _ _-- TLAI.., C CITY T hreeDrdw ro om ts y fi e@ w tcues s. gIIshg gu
TI" IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS OW' MN months hagu, in a wavrernrosn.h cou report M c w.tch l
saoou on a muung platioraIL'-- WASHINTO1N. -.-8Th er'1 s*uu a
..7A owtci iact Ju t; hee 'erre wheAu you're "'do a Job III. ]
T H F M A IL B O X '*.. "LIo-e-"-l--a
etA cr.,t, wmen ,u us ele~t, e,., told OOngreasloI- age gue.,.
of A I0 AA.L \\presu(eni or x e i Gw "ome frform of eaxer mlt.~I be -I al,@
wtin soineoouy nanued thrm a! lmortat to keep yur bod sth ta ir uz X'.. .
-- etai. o ne roared w at BB"Ptrtunatoel. re l been ale t lMp
Tha Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer. Aai.ubar Wuen e reAid weI goAo of thisjob.TA-
ican. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi-- ore eLunctie o t :unxo hcrie5, t.
dental manner. )eore m. And IoWgy,not a
dentiol manner. ey u approval. to oaf, I "pg bak the te
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the 'le wire sam, In effect: ; ,s b e
next day. Letters ere published in the order received. "'ul nave liuW been presi- .
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page length. denim o I .u Lu or o minute. *'ne 1 "I se yot'W pretty oare'f about your ,4 rI J
Identity of letter writers is held in strictest confidence. woov ,d buu 111i iaOiea-. t,_ ** A crat. Co eusiak John RW0o h O f WW -T0 k l.e ,
nave not ,ye6 Deen cu1. Vauge-b nAI barely nibble at hll pppermlnt 1M aMr a sk,,
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions ave 110 oI Up. W Vvt argl "Got to uatoh my watiblyne," grinned Mthe .gdW.,I ha .
expressed in letters from readers. you walking lor?' ravenous appetite and have to be ,Iareful iud to eat e tli. '
o-, x ,,u oe jeCi was a erious,good for me.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN BUGLE igluca ta unersan g o Congressmi~~n orrin of a t
t Reusher was chosen ntougn I the ast raw In 1 n th worldr yx
Dear Readers: me nation's youngest naiionai Ui6ARi o th ble flowers; but 0het al t
A venerable gentleman in San Antonio, Texas, celebrat- .ire cdeetar eca usbe t thhe *. d .
ed his 90th birthday today. and pianung. a e ..... .. ,
You may have heard 9f him. His name is "Pop" Wright. adivae ieti are here ror an-._ l (an' Indl'lu axte rhiOrv "O


this newspaper. And he was one of the earliest, most valu- &aneing, out ot whlri waina "Ye s-t thPule rlenw ';-ua w .
able contributors to ye olde Mall Box when he started blow- icme no 1, those atJinrg aCLUl e0 Iea1ous1 0 o lvrI
avin t he course of th week're l
He was the first, or maybe it was the second, subscriber ite v A u 1; o, f'Htorl Ia f ^W




And so this is our salute to "Pop." Well done, you man, Auto Union convention, Keu- "ii u _y, i i



layoffs for all tioe, ar t two tmore OP
'ORDINARY MEN DO NOT FIG! BULLS' any great depression which Two hour8 t .a o
may cripple this or any oth- -- ke' ad and he
Aacon. er industry. t- i n
bear Sir; He will be the first intern- O
In recent weeks there has been considerable ill-advised cr1- tion lyuio dprrident to asnk TTnh olovners .Ota ,0.smuo-
ticism or the buigs engK hea at tne new aza de Toros for- guaranteed pay by the holdoerrom
Ban lcTancisco~de la Caleta. naturally most of tils caiolam nas' ear P d a d..gg
come from North Americans that are not familiar Vwith e o- Ad since is ao president .
briBO idt. Ktbo
mal bullfight. of CI he; W without doubt, i'to
'ne ,ubmught Is comparatively new to mot people wi r- l be setting recent fora uno t
aiding ohee on the isnmus. in loirmer years tnere was a dge is coill eagues .o rea some rHeet' a

tiatea to tne sci nii g an eoien vanes greatly d pe- --basic Ilack n spots b tfire, burnt short and brown in You will see the lit1te akl feeding Of o! rUblr. e ,
n otanlicaors oioview -ustries of steel, electrical ohers by sun and lengthy drought, enl of the lion'a kl, Ie o lordship. mba, roducrntionoepybyhm
S on es o qipmen (ranging from ref The plais are so sere outside the teetse-fly tolerantly chaws on t .her
She 'ofhe c re niak that "fle poor bt l does ot.have a gerators to radar), mens' cloth- rea that a few Masl herdsmen have brought They have a dea t same del the leopard ,
c iL.d in i ..a.. e aay an ni aiyiior e y oares 'o c6Wasya ills, ing, land and sea transporta- their cattle into the dreaded fly country, ri isog entorces with the Battler eagle, who sits all dday li
e in uyainle obuiit;e ngy faewo ciTeiVesyger c ants tion and all th rat. partial death to taeg beuass tnIouin tlybile In the tree to keep the v ures off the leop0ara'som Het
amt ou. huse now much a uu Kanows auou deaegit$igimansel When Reuther asks the au- rather than certain extinction through starva- meat, and to shrilly' form f another leopard cent
wia a cunui p- ir careuyanarpened nos. It A dvasea tomobile inditry for the guar- ton. tiled to infringe the copyright. ,
nal in, bcni ,,n, young imihaure ouis of ne cow-pasture I anteed annual wage, he will be But down around the lower Mara River, which All over the plans the hyenas p .llp, hi that D) Wste 'i'
ariet anu ,.a.an:' orn-jp 0o tnrerade ouiis, tnat is, at ie- making more than a speech. It has dried to a large trickle, there is an avenue queer, busted-back, sloping shufe of theirs. rat a
txpeLn.It., I. a ...,u, .iae,'Aon ,.1 >en, plans ior idie IULU1. klorn- will be more than a convention of green, because of sopse recent and spotty They are fat, too, and the vultares are tat, fior l ireaa..-S.`lu a. ...'
o o, nost .' a, c. lit a irui s. uin, out mte less lortui1ate men resolution. Reuther will be showers which brought the fresh color to solid Bab a's ltneavings mae tasty, morsel for thte SS
nr ?- o u ".*1 u.uay Lie 1i ,u some norrtibe necilon launching a drive as serious as square miles of criped ra. scavengers. ..
.. -..n he has started ince he XiIn pr first trip outhr, I qrnountored the There' i datilt beauty in tit oll' ,
".zd l1 Ucal, ortt a d ri atilr t tosk some 400 men up reverse. The s was drisk R'mid Sh every- be m' AfrtCs lfe cl depends on
S rove o t ltdown i a where In TangaSyika except at the'Ornpi et The cac. ge.t It and ith, c
tragic ritual oollood and sand." General Motors plkpt. River, Whma it was short. -And the game flock tle hna anda jackal and th foes, Q4 corponta
. he buflight, is a tragedy, but the death of a man Is, felr ed there. the hante dlahff t on a
wore tragic than the aeath of a bull. Just what he will ask for, On the green rolling plains, rimmed with dark- Bat the new mirmole a Brneut this tt ae r ft'.1
he oulailght is more than a ballet with death, it is the ex- he will spell out later on the er green trees lning the riverbanks and the oc- yesa: lfe begins again, rom o-
citin., re-enacLiI.... 0 a classic criacdy. The classic linkea- convention platform of the casional muddy waterhole; on the gently slop- The hoofed animals breed at tho time ,of the p, i n 5 t _S o-
asses employevu ,h u. ouaingilt can e'e a thing or beauty and great auditorium here. But it ing sided of the tg hills where the rhino and comlg rains, so that the new e san d
estneaic exprss.- L.. ..ever, mucn ol ~ae Intrcate skill requir- will undoubtedly add up to the buffalo raze in the clear, light green islands will grew au heartilyopin tw, oiis.Xli"
e in >..0c 1.1 itnaI .. u. tne cape anu mnusela as was Ld on tne un- warnings that the Auto Union of glade; along the sand-river bed and in the and be sturdy and g s&man ant.m by e f t *M
S ... will seek new five-year con- forest nothing but seething me. grass waves hih and the eata prowl mor easly
S. tracts in 1955 to replace the There would be a tr inprocedlon of a through its protectlivness.
: '*,itn sue "aficionado" is a person that understands and likes current one. hundred thousand wd este stupid clowns I am something of a aUker for the young, ad
the u a.,n,, aIU i os benevea treal one must understand the In these eontraets with who buck and pitch and dash and cavort w for Ino fhoarmt Af tS~ w &. 3 T ...... ..d
huliignn umrar to lue i. Wnen a very aliacuiet iAs oaemg General Motors, Ford, Chrys- wobhreIason. Toan T es bou and. e In the Air "You Demtg ti.el
lieu ana uoes fno arop ahead instantly al.er ne estque is a- ler and the others. Better There would be 60-odd uigainly giraffe in a qach no b than Atw tO sta
rumnsuered, mar, people can ana ao become very squeamish about wl fight to include guaran- sing .herd. There would be thoasanda on thou- ,eas ayway t wobbln tos z- C .... -
speang the ann..i staooed at t he base ot the asuMl with a special tees of 1500, or perhaps a sands of bright-gold impala, the bucks with the les, because h has been o 10 mnu ,,, ,
awora used lor aie --defcapeiio,' yet, never occurs to them that] much as M0 hours work a long back-curving horns, leaping and dashing A small e even the m jnlani.
this is he quickest anca most humane method oi finlsning the year. Or pay for the men, and cavortn out pt the oy of lng. baby ald oe cute.i r
hull when the sword-thrust, tails to cut the aorta, even if there is no work to There d be hundreds of thousands of the The uniortad .0ap In k- l
And these same people would lrd it difficult to enjoy a good ever 50 weeks of 40 hours Thomson gaeU and the statelier Ortat; leap- dergarten class, hfl at when ...
sieaac-dinner if they wen t down to the slaughterhouse and watch- each. Ing. bobbing, signing and alsng on the plains, they attep t nhisnlu a"rdle: when' i, '
eli tne steers being killed. This bl annual convention, which by now are dappled w wt and blue The old trot along, their n- '
Philosophical corn: The best possible way to feel toward the remember, is the final one be- primroay sort of flowers. The oasdches run in tennae tails i the ir,.with the small peig- he
bulls is to believe tha they will eventuanyy wind up as "ham- fore the expiration of the cur- stately formath.ion. b. lets h trdy ., d "e 1 .1... .
burger" anyway. rent contracts in 'o5. The game l here: so, now are the earnvore. The a el uth their meters' tais SD .no
There are some very good books that treat just about every The Ua., in prides up tO 0, are belly-stuffed with anmlogm i ',a -a- _".ffla alotg coni, d t .
chase of the bullfight 11 one Is Interested in the subject. Recom- lhe next gathering of these and drowsy. ey tumble a bea th te tidently figrig the v eM t"ers in r t ,.w s. '. ,
angded reading: "Death In the Afternoon" by Hemingway, "The men who b t their union a- flat- o bloomin thorn aea e bloway hundr ye .. m Dr&
Brave Bulls" by Tom Lea, "Matador" by Conrad, "Blood and. round the flying squads and old mousers, their chope sticky ad red with the Here lIfe al u ,-- 1ll new, all fre all tiilt ,g,,*w. ,m .n -.., ,
Sand" by V. Blasco IbafMez. and many others. sltdowns of 1927, wpl come in dried blood n t "a recent kll lovely. HeIt I whatot a when aI to I .
After reading one or more of these fine books, then seeing the midst of negotiations with They h ea problem. Whl ,r stirs Africa. This so aite a "man learns ate, .W "''
some of the remarkable young toreros work with the bulls one some of the most important them they sidle oit to the ,plal bust the and a few M. uau wy or the Qther beare-
will begin to understand something of the formal bullfight, corporations il the world. neck of a wildebeeste or of gOe f non fat- ly matter. iii.
An old adage says that "there are many ordinary bullfight- i d. '
ers, but ordnarymen do not fight bulls." Behind this demand and the d e -
Honger for k ledge leads to better living, planning among the union's e-a nds f bi .ht l ,I p..t. he "u ,E '" i hl =&.us. *ye =' ."
economists now in the Hotel I.ll
S- Gringo Afelonado. Ambassador here, Is the fear "h lrut it j iW'a Oa..l
-_ .,of a recession uneas- Rsala
i w" I Answer to Previous Puzzle ness over the o push-buti- a f
ACsh on the Line ||eo w cut we y 0 e fro th _oWeTW I S f
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8 Coiduat 17 Threefold 27 nale horses 42 Totals tomobile production. And with aiettaa r c op.owIn an
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"e... y. Three Convits Shot Dead
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...., "1 in Texas Jailbreak A e pt
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FORT WORTH. Tex.. March 2 plaIn in idditfon to ake1
(UP--Prisonere yelling "let's go wer.a Lloyd Dem Lasher, 17 an
for blood" tried to break out of William Harold ord, 2.
the Tarrant County ]all yester-
day but three-including the Lesher, Fort Worth wasanal'
;4- ringleader-were killed and one legd oar thief and Ford. Cle
I .gun and fist fight, theft charges. Baker had bee
ii, ,, ..', 10 Kseistenced to 10 years for .+
44,J.a.l ga.uard was wounded in glary.
i' the leg in the melee and three
c ob1 U other would-be escapers wert, Lusher fand Ford fo hart.is
Mrs. 18 has=subdued by brute force. the FIb. 18necap.. So id Man-
,t- "A The prisoners. led by an 18- I powerednnes who was overm
-... owered i yesterday's attempt.
1a7mot n twelYe VDt Meetig year-old criminal bent on killing
wds athe all the officers in the jail., bran- C. L Ewbanks, Jr., 20, Burleap
at a io AINagl dished a heavy chain, a metal ton. Tex., was shot in the faes
-evr-ng by rWat 910 a bed elat and a knife, as well as and was in a critical condition.
Dal at heir 012 y nav ho a stolen gun.
han ep ec Ights. .L Be W. T Foster, 5, jail tnke
okGeogt...e .Oli.I ..D... dSome of the seven desperadoet, was shot in the Le but his Con-
c rob. 4t gol Z- had broken out. of the jail only dition was nob serious.
the' C A OEGIIn&.Iscmosdofoi, iC *.
.tliE hereW1 T t0B ,, ONE- wr.eckage wrapped around Is composed of o o les five weeks ago.
ofe. The regular U monthly Doive Adoa b kDihn 3 was seriously inure= ear glanced off a treenear Chago, III, The break begn shortly a~
,1n-plane gi. nd C- ht'il. ofthb CUn Zone-Al- and hit this teaX 18de-on. The ringleader. Bobby Dean 9 a.m. when guard Jeff MUt"
L-We... -t.. of -th C i Baker, had vowed to turn killer went to the fifth floor cell to
,.,- o "be d at te CCdu becausee he was recaptured after tgke Ford lnd Ewbanks to the
VI ,re- t"' 1 7 "oW"tomorrow: at the first break. barber shop.
_Irfa Ir", end
New- ,ria'l d 1 WU en:391-r.t .-Yesterday. the seven got only The two prisoners seized Mle
g" ypan=" ..r mA*' ABeatu Ba -" 1 as far as the first floor mnaln banged his head against cell
40.4 Mrs. A Thefourth we, office, wherw guards and a Noe- bars and took his keys. They
-ar 49i an."-Te oCiDOireh wil e h ttr -ro trusty engaged them in bat- put Miles In 2 cell and releee4
cn tly guests The of Me Io he a tie the five other men,
at .. ,wn lil by plane Frl- C.hmo.D. Convicts and-urds exchahn- TI the 'eb 18 escape, on
' "A etain day toM a -brief visit towibe.the ed shots. fists and ejrsee. Baker Floyd Hill, a former AKr.
Dr. andi rs. Roberto Arl Mexico City. for daneln O came within inches of crushing prison Inmate, remainedh re.
-o of their thl7uard qkull with a heavy Hill was being held in
d.ner given F1- C- tala & eM t enth f am. tion with the 248.000 obemry
thrpl h Nome in ..bBaker, as ringleader of both three cuba exiles in a.
reN*fjr 9f a 5a 1uty .6m. Director of the Wbreh; m
De far- Pnasma CabaltcaptainsMar-
r'vies a aon in. -West, and. Mrs. West
the were hots to a group of their
buffet supper 9"-
Mrd. aen ng.atr
Fo, home on .lbos eights.h
loss now. .A L
urda layaon M N.C.O. Wive sCl bo

M t ainst dets, crutches and collision damage ha a i to the experimental car X604
_.. nmlow byent Teuiehi byterd Motor Co., in Detroit. The veir-end bumper has tbe siparale uecUons placed llori-j
korean Includ weekly bridge4__zontally on the body deck, and Is Vrtcaib zintegrated into the s.1@-light B.flY7l i.
Cfrdarron,, Kid
y. l !r,- "1lrey, will be played this ---_-__"_"__-
or" : R ;.Wi Mr. t he. wotel Tivoli g ardUS .Out m om Po 3 ..
eand ~ Pe~W1. on, and Mrs. R i. At UhOWB Cr".
Grifith.Profespr Janowits wil
MEL$. oWI, depwlopedainappianorconcertPnLivin P
le90 bum U" as o te "0
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C-VkoI% 1. Rltunnel rUP) Perman~nt quarters Written for NA Service
Srga iT .eesUeD at-to tdayDapproved .cn de- AUdpoj -i, rhoforainOt
ieq ,both f thi ca as-.. pp out a lraes parts ,fat e and three w
mum.say.i ootthe U1bie a$. UlkeanaP In prLenrted 1pi
W I rN S ..dT =. ou. Itfoun sovghnad1m e U u.,d O
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b l@ Genralh h apIOstl t on otL t hat "th! e maitlneallofg ualned u 2 wMhSiva n


fm rom ansP '. p et4.so.ut rleadershipInesignd- A deputy ju of thed
S, Mausaied product found the ch l d re.Thof a wno4100 No NOT. A 00a k
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olns OwomaJ1of0 tw~i g a~lg0ta whole p9fe lc~as ~later were re-
be (;. 11101 &Wmymoppta. oa ig b Theonly Uiing they could be UINI DIC PTEN
to a aS ft -from the tipp In time mi ]e tin hof Isbeing poor andADVANCE
If "Av, n huna le tolo out for the hm- s
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be prfAM -trump e s anohinsr to ,
C -;,E.I C URE esoeorI U ryde

thaervene a Court ordered thecWl- quite pook" bide. Southbas on
"feVu EL Iat mae reP DorTTNiAnn, 4.S Dune, 2 and 21 Ointsin high cards, and
%e nauMaawJ cotr Rex en., paedtemporarily t he i[0 bid of two no-trump,


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mad go after the clubs, but West
10 vMW&li =other heartupon tak-
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oly eight -tricts, and
aPW M it to set up hicalnth
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IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NkA Staff Correspondent
0-
HOLLYWOOD, (NEA) Ex- flash that may save you money.
cluslvely Yours: They're still Dinah Shore ck i mind dol'
holding a reservation for Mr. and who whisper, "Look, Dinah'L
Mrs. Dean Martin on the June 3 wearing that dress again," when
sailing of the Queen Elizabeth to 20 million people are watching
London and Dean's predicting: her on TV, or at an intimate
"We'll be back together." Hollywood party.
Admitting reconciliation talks "It doesn't bother me like it
with his estranged wife, Dean does most women," says Dinah.
told me: 'She's a wonderful girl "If I've had fun in a dress I wear
and I love her. There's a little it again and again."
stubbornness on the part of both Dinah's havin' fun, in gowns
of us, but I'm sure we'll be back she's worn before, in the second
together." season of her twice-weekly T
Latest Martin and Lewis corn- show and hailing Director Alan
edy, "Money From Home," is in Hanley's production genius-"He
3-D and Jerry's telling every- hasn't run out of ideas yet and
One: "In three dimensions I look he never will. He's Mantastic." ,
handsome and Dean looks aw- Her five-year-old daughter
hful." Melissa is having fun. too-join-
There was a chimpanzee on the ing Dinah with a dance routine
set and Dean whispered: in the after show for the studio
"That's Jerry's brother. IHe al- audience. "I don't do a single
ways comes on the set when Jer- anymore," Dinah laughed, "Me-
ry is working." lissa is in the act."
Her explanation of why her'
Now can be told what Bing last movie, "Aaron Slick of,
Crosby said when asked -why he Pumpkin Creek, with Alan'
didn't show up at the Friars Young, flopped at the bo- office: I
banquet for Bob Hope in New "It wasn't a very good picture'
York. Just three words: "I wasn't Iand I'm a girl of conservative
hungry." statements."
It was the second time Bing
failed to show at a testimonial Tax Exemptions
banquet for old Ski Nose.
jlYSTERY-NOT ON FILM eA raness- Vram.
Jose Ferrer, an ex-architect, UI UIorVet anlU
designed the new home" he's
building in Hollywood. Whether i Am i iA
the plans include Rosemary M Villiy ulUivj
looney is still a mystery... CHICAGO (UP.) Fourteen
aria Palmer's sexy French-girl states grant property tax ex-
roTe on TV's "Life of Riley" may emotions to all war veterans,
ee a permanent fixture on according to a survey by the
thle show. She's also a French National Association of Assess-
loll in Warners' "By The Light! ing Officers.
ft the Silvery Moon." The exemptions range from
Dana Andrews is still aTV, $200 in Oklahoma to $5.000
jsoldout-"I'm a motion picture in Louisiana.
*ctor"-but he's beaming over his Allowances vary according to
,rSndicated radio show, "I Was a the war in which 'the veteran
4onmmunist for the FBI." served. Michigar, Oregon and
"I can't believe the checks I'm Vermont extend a general ex-
"etting. I'm making more money emption to vetr'.ans of ware
Out of the radio show than from prior to World War I, but ex-
lnovies," Dana declares. empt property of disabled ve.
R OB erans only among those who
R*bM'S BUDGEt WARDROBE served in wars si: ce then.
SSeveral states stipulate tha:
Hey. menl Do your wives buy veterans are ineligible for ex-
an evening gown, wear it once emotions if their property ex-
and then wail, "Oh, I couldn't ceeds a certain velue. The lim
wear that again. Everyone has its are $2,500 in Oregon, $3,600
seen it"? in Idaho, $5,000 in Arizon.
They do, huh? Okay, here's a California, New Hampshire an'
Indiana, $7,500 in Michigan a;
$8,000 in Massachusetts.
NY Indian Village Fourteen states provide s.l.
g'n x clal property tax exe.npti.
Being Excavated applying only to disabled ve.
erans. They are Alabiama, Con
FONDA, N. Y. (U.P.)-Arche- ettCut, Florida, Idaho,. India
clogists are watching with in- na, lUne, Massachusetts, Mo.-
ast a painstaking, time-con- tana, Nw HapIhirei. .T --
aaming excavation at the aite aey, Oregon, Rhode Island,
f an Indian village that flour- Utah and Vermop..
7 tt 27 ear a 1o


Fo- th'e past two years the
*3er"y Rev. Thomas Grasemann,
OVI: Cony,, director of the
-%bld~abWMt&Ama.?


r 'the priest-ach
and his crew have-by
& together the patten
holes-discovered the
e of three buildings.
on Father Grassmann
the village will be
lost completely excavated
y of the sites once occi
Iroquois.
S The village was establi
the same tribe that 303
fore had tomahawked th
*ait missionary, Father I
'ogues. it was the hom
*atherine Tekakwitha, whc
a-en declared "venerable'
'ope Pius XII.






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mou6etrap, don't bea, iqrld
Itf oeone else get to t te pt-
ent office ahead of you with
the same idea.
Dr. George Glockler of the
office of Ordn'ance Research. at
Duke University warns that
inventions have a way of erop-
ing up simultaneously, some-
times in countries thousand:
of miles apart.
Dr. Glockler said that .wher.
the time is ripe for a discover!
or invention "these 'individual-
who are acquainted with the
state of knowledge existing in
a given' field at a giver time
are ready to take the next step
Into the unknown."


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the coronation ot Queen Elizabeth II. Historic Westminstr 'AbbWy,
upper left, eightpenny; a profile portrait of the Queen, upper right,
threepenny; the crown and royal sceptre, center, one shilling and
sixpence; Buckingham Palace, lower left, twopenny; and the state
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L ... Red Peace Feelers LExpece

2*.... "To Come Informally, If Ever
WASH INGT.N, March 23. party but also from the oppoai, lin has mM no direct a
-. (M- Secretar of State Johh tion party." proaches yet for a
FotrDulles benevesa O tld Son. J. Willia Fu;, pese Iner g ehs h
l anyspe
1cile Rusmian overtures for a bright (D-Ark.) that he has un- willing to go halfwaybmo
belevel'peace meeting proba deken a. complete review of such overhaps 1f he bilisYW
Would come informally, rhaps this country's foreign policies. Russian leaders are sc
In the United Nations delegates' Dulles sa id he hopes to fit in-
lounge. to the State Department mem- U. S. dip officials
bers of the Democratic party orally believe
Only after such a meeting who "could besuseful liaison with far have
were decided In principle would the Democratic members of Con- words in the p e
at of the actual mechanics -0e worked gress in carry out the tradi- They also no in r
Wa Wout under strict directlow *rom tion in that re et which was viet overtures to the 4I
Abamed President Eisenhowy -and the established und the past ad- possible "disee Sctlon in
been name' &tate Department, he said. ministration." effort tO t UeiW4 StatiS
IWWIwmMr's.and Itsales
Iidt I (D

p the,~j M@.L)& dirth Tan Dulles made the statements Sen. Hubert H. Humphrey. (D- They raid the Boviets hail
V r7 J. or Wednesday' at a closed-door mss- Minn.) questioned Dulles closely made no real effort to vapco
.rinteI Waaingsion of the Senate foreign R- about the possibilities of a meet- relations with his county.
0.Mrs .glmeta b latIons'Committee when quas- Ing-between Mr. Eisenhower and
,g lt. ar. aa. O g hltd ~'~tioned about Ambadador-des- Soviet Premier Georgi M. Malen-
S0b t A ate to Mose Charles kov, or a meeting between the
Id. 1.4 .en. The .ltes o was re- foreign ministers of the two na-
do Is 1_ f on d o f,
Cl.b a'lasedtody. ton.

2W of1 1 a te ylehfw ot,' Dulles said relation of the Dulles said the first overtures
I. .. UJ..T s.iheft .iit a .t.tinyc ature..Th.. M M4 U. 8. 7th fleet's -*ktrol of the for such a session "might be de-
I to,.wasa Mr. 'me iemaN a I' ieormosan strait was a "Subr eloped in the lobby of the de-
"__' _n_,I F-._,i sm._ _stIntive" ,hang. .and "one gatess* lounge at the United
l lIt ee .. which marks the Initiations flNations, with someone like Gro,
Ib *r 4Aw /I.'_ e w g t-o whatt I whink will be quite a dif- myko just to drop in ; word and
'u ng O rph-.n F"m"ly 'lerept Asian polIcy than the one see what cam t
ofad'0 o n r h n F3 t which was anforedd before I be- He note=tt. h elnbokd
W L .. -V O, -I came secretary of state." the Berlin b kade came u t
r I h kl, M_ V-.i., ,- ,_..that wy a thta twas .ora.in
Mm _& C. ,' .i c i Lrc HIe also said he hooes to de- Ised through reguIr diplomatic
er is.wne 13iAthd 3yll r velop a bipartisan foreign Podlicy channels. "
S4tarke d ,Ior this country because we Mr. Eisenhower piod his newsI
'" ---. cannot get the results that rec cqnference Thursday the' Krem-
Tw"tr"hr ThroughC G, ,March 2 (UP)-- top6 lid' necessary at .this critical time
Weoe- without a substantialmosl f
Twiters W hirl Through w-pj.,b C,- db.o -, 1 ,. n u b hot,, ,-,,r,.measure of
,Nol.2 net T erWAe d upr ntol romF E
i~V Isle- .V ... -2 u r e t ,.d..ay, It a ..... .th- ..*-.
AIIIISS at 8:00 p m. at **-F
.Ard le saian, Cristobal onic Temple. s., excitement pista no onfaromounFE
Y. Noble Grand wM 111go0ex of friend$s11
winI brought him
) -j ~ Ark.. about HAW,0gna wil David Hes. weeing a onft pae rIFOR
!WIm'ws of h tos 80 oln per k 5 t.eedt co -thaW "I wana 9196 ,that,"- 4 he ,. ail U
btI ur. The ae broke the wina* B Fedt Davis oae 0ft, was, the elinter And Itle at 41hWrappt...". HA D0.FA NG
1 e gr e at the Jonasboro th eOle aye t at a big brlhday pulled out a btracor Tell how m im to hear wi
Kobvtv0Of icer s Club building set and oGVjwere.. outstrainwitbt new remarkable
'Sgue i *atlil01,a ~UBYMfl 5 n ilThe 01het childrehwaoN, Mhearingaid-RADIO~kAR.
.. enin the afteroos.. Waedatesay, Maret 25 and w.ill uD who made their way visitors served them le- oils ho you can bear voo.i
dtho .UMS )Be _orth-,_c anm.alterna .Wofted to. tha .live-roomcotte In nistors .and sre the Ice Tells how yo can h _a ices
Of W=. ,- IiI-I Allt a alleat f,. rban section paid I .ot dn a dan- supply of and radio clearly from distances
I Hi Iter Wst- Ito tb c caoao bttage er4 t omdnt nd uppovay ne 1bdore cadie h .
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Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2201. and

Morrison's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Sal6n de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street


Carlton Drui Store
10.069 MeMadeui ve.-Phone 56 CiX


Propaganda SSA.
Agencia Inteacional de Publicaciones .o' t n Estudiante s.
No. 3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-3199 Phone *'4214 and 3-2798


FOR SALE


Household I Automobiles
FOR SALE -Dining room end bed-\ WE PAY CASH tor used cars, & sell
rcom sets. For information Tele-' on TERMS. Agencies Cosmos,
,Phc 2- 05 Panama. Auto-Row 29, Tel. 2-4721, Pon-
"- ama.
FOR SALE: Westi,nghouse clothes- ..
-dryer. New never bcen used. 60- FC,' SALE:--Oldsmobile 1949, duty
cycle. $125.00.-Call Navy Pacific pcid, perfect condition, many ex-
2280. tras, hydromatic, wonderful buy.
fof__." ...Call Panama 3-49,35 during office
FOR SALE:--Or trade for furniture hourE.
Westinghouse refrigerator; 9 cu. I _---------
ft. 25 Cycle, B.125.00. Will.am- FC-. SALE:-Bargain. 1950 Ford De-
son Place No. 0777. Apa.tment luxe 2-dccr V-8 Sedan, 27,)000
D. Tel. 2-1210. miles, excellent condition. Original
Sl- .l..... --- ..I Owner. Call (."o So'o 8304.
FOR SALE: Matching sofa and Ow-.-.- o---C o
choirs, rugs, 25 cycle conso' ra-,FCR SALE:-1946 Nash Scdon,
'die, and oad chars. Coll Fort I bloc 4-dccr. Excellent condition.
Claytcn. 3198, water 5. Caol lBal'oo 1219.
FO6RSALE:-New double bed, $45.; FOR SALE:-1952 Buick Riviero,
compete. No. 53 Apt. I, La 4.200 r-ileE, 7 months, duty paid.
SAvn.c!e, Bella Vista. Telephone 3- e. 3-".225. Panama.
3CE2. _FOR SALE:-1948 Nosh 600 Club
Coupe. Excc':ecnt condition. $700.
WANTED o00 cash. Coil Panama 2-3330 dur-
WANT Iing office hou.-s.
Miscellaneous "OR SALE:-i 951 Chevrolet con-
vertnble, 13 months old, only 10,-
Rezpcn:-b'e American couple, no chil- COO miles. Call Fort Clayton, 3198
dren, desire apartment or smell after 5.
house, preferably unfurnisi-ed. Call .
3-3212 or drop a cord to Box 612 WANTED
Ancon.
WANTED:-Three bedroom unfur- Automobiles
ni:hed house for occupancy Apri: WANTED:-Coupe or convert-
1"5.-r-:one Roy Tasco Davis, Jr., r o Preferred.
Amiv:-1 Emracssy 3-0010. ble crd 2-61941. Ford Preferred.
..rP-,Phone 2-6418.
WANTED:--No;th American couple --
who'does not drink to share nice FOR SALE
twvo e:''ccm apartment in Bella
V.;o. Fhone Panaima 3-f214. Real Estate
. T -BPcnaderia Vistaepe in Purmn FO SALE: Crcnd new cottage at
:.t Pcnadea Vista H-ermo?. beautiful Prirciila Beach in histo-
.-0 ______ ric Plymouth, Massachusetts. 2
W," TED TO R-NT: For one to minutes to pr;vaote-beach. 2 large
& ', months,- apartment or house bedrooms, closets, knotty pine liv-
v":' ct least tvo bcd.oon.is. M ust; ingroom, modern both, lovely
be in ,ccd r.se;h'orhood end be kit:ien wit'i all appliances, sun
a-,..: -'3 APril f:r;t. A'fo nzed per- par:o'. porch. Only $5,900 for
r.-:," 'r'urnished rec: '::nc. Cola cvcr, tCing. Very small down pay-
/. 0'. Hill at Panar-.na For-t Fro- men:; splendid bank mortgage
,C.- Cn-nomanu- Pyhnn KNo. 3- "(9.00 monthlv).. Telephone 2.-


IMISCELLANEOUS1j RESORTS


Doe. Y ar ve au .4,ins preel PWLLIPS Oceanside Cottages. Trhp
Wrhe AkalMlls Amenymem. Se only court in Santa Clara with an
2031 -, Ance. C. Z. .Oceanview from all cottages. Step
tV beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration.
JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO DARIN- becue and shuffle board. Pan
sponsored by Hotel IfEl Penm--Apri --- o3-1877. Margarita *167a
3-4-5. Last trip of the mseas, (Naom No.4... .. 435al
due end of April). .
3 full days of interest, fun! Leave Grmlilch Santeo Clara ead
Friday April 3rd., 7:30 a.m. Return OatlgaI. Electric Ice oimee 9g
late Sunday, April 5th. Fishing tftes, moderate rates. TIlephom e
through the Pearl Islands, visiting 6.441 Gambom. 4-567 ,PM.I**
*ith the primitive Qhoco Indians, arie.


spearing crocodiles, cruising up Sam-
bu'riyer aboard El Panama's Pescada-
ra. Bring old clothes, comfortable
shoes, and DON'T FORGET YOUR
CAMERA. 3 Glorious Days, $45.00
each person. For reservations phone
Jungle Jim, HOTEL EL PANAMA,
PanamA 3-1660 or see your Travel
Agent.
DR. WENDEHAKE.-Medical Clinic.
Central Avejnue K Street corner.
Telephone 2-3479, PahamA.


AMERICAN HOUSEWIVES:-Secure
best maids from C I P SER-
VICES", apartment D" Bella Vis-
ta Theatre. Telephone: 3-0881.
(Mrs. Cook).

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-7-up at "Refrescos Tro-
picoles" announces home delivery
service for all Canal Zone Army
and Navy families effective March
23rd, 1953. Please place your or-
der by calling Panama 3-0996.
FOR SALE:-Boby Grand Piono, rea-
sonable price. 9072 New Cristobal
9th. St. .Tel. 1296.
FOR SALE:-Dobermon Pinscher Pup-
pigs, Steer, 123 Viq Porros, Tele-
zprone Panama 2-1219. Come and
see them.
FOR SALE:-Mercury two camera.
7x50 Bcsch & Lomb Binoculars.
5x40 Air Guide Field glGsses. 2V2
Power Wearer.Rifle scope.--5413-
A Diablo Hiights. Phone 2-2428.


.: ,- | 367. FOR SALE:-Delta Homecroft Power
..-- --- tools, complete with motors and
S- I I E S N S tables. Electric Water Heater, Fri-
& FOUrN- D LE S S 0 N Sgidaire. Pawell Scooter with side
S- Modern Pi no Instruction. Beginne ca attachment. House 357 France
T. r" y -in trck tha t picked up nd ad.'cnccd students. Poplar ld Phone 37-88-714_____
:.: c;c c:i r,'d near tAMn- C!ccsi'ol Bennett's Piano Studio FOR SALE: Doberman Pilscher puppy,
S2 .e,cc1 M. S. Her- T O.2-1. S. *- '*, 3 months old, male. Tel. Balboo
C, T-*cl'. C-225. -- 2915.-
--:cw': e :c = contoininLg IJ -t LtFOR SALE:-2 cash registers, 2 add-
-V ,lik;y t ing Lee's gar.;n. f l ing machines, 2 safes in perfect
L. 7,.,f, cr cprhgha.vay to Ccccii I Mlotorcycles conditions. "Aportado" 630, Tele-
C. a-o:. Flcaza ret. rn to house ;I phone 1 CIn
-12 Co-:oi Tel. "-372 Cocoli TRADr. nearly new motorcycle to phone 811, Col6n.
C"b'hsc. Tnis mcy cost me sy trade for late model outboard mo- '-OR SALE:-Amateur Transmitter
'" Reward I to 10 H.P. or more. Call Panama 400 watts, 25 or 60 cycle, com-
3 3-46 ^0, evenings. plete with cabinet. Many other
items for amateurs, experimenters
nl At l0cl Dentistsand radiomen 45th St. No. 3,
.:e $ At Clo near Bella Vista theatre.

Boca Branch ,ap Plans For US Poslal Service

LNse Cfficers eelEngs, Clinics Sfreamlining Rural
Officers and ch" i r m .n of! A committee to Initiate plans i U Al
-rd.np, (r rs. 11"-e3.ot eC..- Itor the profes-ional phase of ll
er-ts As cciito of the L Eo0- meetings and clinics has beep M od
e Irtneh of the C'-:7" Zoxe Jtu- imed by Dr. Horace A. Brad- WASHINGTON, March 23 (UP)
r"r Colege weie elz.zLed last shaw, present of the Canal -PostasterGeera Arthur E.
.". in a meeting of the student Zone Dental Society. The organi- Eummerfield today.announced a
od.* nation is launching a compre- plan to improve rural postal ser-
Those elected ere hensive program designed to help vice and save the taxpayers
hose elected were William ,entlsts and encourage improved "millions of dollars."
Reid, president; Arthur Holder, dental health for this area. The plan calls for establishing
vice-.prerident; Edmund Joseph,. Inew. rural faee deliver yrtes
chairman of community service; Dr. 'Charles Kendall will head and revising other RFD and star
Iris Markland, chairman of wel- the program committee and will contract routes to conform with
are' .rrli) Conliffe, chairman of be assisted by Drs. R. Tartell and population shifts and highway
publicity; Eugenia Nelson, chair- w. M. Plummer. improve m.nta during and since
man of entertainment; Lorna World War II'
W onms, chahnrman of culture, O t h e r committee chairmen The first step l to take effect
Dtrciy Joseph, chairman of appointed were: Membership, Dr. April 1 in Wilkes County, N. C.
atnlcs; Roy Brye. chairman A. Earle Gerrans; Recreation, Dr. Summerfield said it will expand
of flinnce: Ruth Springer, chair- H. w. Mitten, Jr.; Ethics, Dr. RFD service to Include 700 addi-
ianatM college relations. Willard F. French; Interprofes- tonal families In that county
The elections were under the sional Relations, Col. H. 8. Car- nd cut costs b $25,000 in the
dmlristration of a special com- roll; public Health and Public first year of operation.
mittee appoitned by Dean Roger Relations, Dr. Lewis E. Fontaine; This will be done, Sunmmerfield
C. Hackett. Research. Capt. A. F. Sergio; In- said, by replacing 19 "out-mod-
Its members were Erlin, Con- ternational Relations, Dr. Eneas ed" rural post offices with mo-
litfe. chairman; Roy Bryce, ;Quintero, with Commander K. bile postal facilities giving home
treasurer; Carlyle Atherly, Sylvia L. Longeway as relief. mail service and by consolidat-
Carter, Wlpliam Reld and C. R. ing nine star mlU contract
Voaburgh, the faculty adviser. At a meeting of the group call- routes.
e________ d for Msr. 7, an Air Force den-
tist will lecture on "Resins In Op- "It is impossible for us now to
LEGAL NOTICE erative Dentistry." estimate how many millions of
S. ---- dollars of the taxpayers' money


Uted States of Americe
Camel Zone
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COUP.T
FOR THE DISTRICT OF THE
CANAL ZONE
Division of Balboa
Louise H. Clarke, Plailntff,


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SUMMONS
Case No. 306
Civil Docket 1
ACTION FOR DiVORCE
T the sbove-amme4 dt0em1tt
You are h bmby lledto ** sppaurr
M a.wer sh. comptslt m d in I th
=46v0-*ntltled sntio wmtba tblrty day
aflr the f(frt-pubhlestoM
I! co. of t rW kpers o to appo a
d answer, Jud ment will Iber
inbt you rby d*elt tor e relief
tided in t** emplaint.
dWITNESS te e H wrble OGttri F.
Cumwe, Jude, Uni ted Strie ttric*
Court fr tbhe District of the Cansl
Xme, this March9 ,13.
C. T. MccORMICK. JR.
Ar F.ii. Lr.. Jr.
Heoward E.'Ctrhe, inpy CkfCl
q fr ceng sU mm a b ser
you bay puWb' -tl* pr.n- nt w
w1 e1d" of t'te t',celo f" '-R'
v. Co Juf, United States DI&Wil
-t'fet' the outrl-t of the Co.
ZeM. 4to4d Mach 5, Is3, "and. .ter
' fqed Ima this er'-i Ia te officee c
1116 C:wkof IV l"' *-Itt Stesf D .at-
'r for tVP` ":- t-*r m C
ZM O, Ne Mreb e. *-'3.
C. T. M-COMiK. JR.

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plenty to crow abo, ad4 li
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can be tiaved by tbls po
form which provides im
postal service at lower
Summerfield added.
The Wilkes County
originally were scheduled
effect Feb. 1 but under
"extended executive
here last week, BSum
said.
SThe, changes were a
unanimously by.a Wilkea
citizens meeting Saturd
added.

Hans Jonowitz
lays AtUSO-J
Tonight At'S :1
Apla cone epn
Prof. Huu Janevft of tI
ama Oonervatoy of M
be psented t O U
Armed Forces Nce Ce
ecas Road. tea~ht at 8:
The progrm will
works of HR L Bach,
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Williams' Santa Clara SeB caC.-
tagm. 2 bedroom. refrilnHo.
Rock g ,ranmr. IBlba S!
.Except week-.,nd .
FOSTER'S Cottages. One m i d
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FOR REW
Homo.


FOR RENT:-Chalet In Lao
For information telephos
2-3005. Can be see
12:00 and 4:00-to 6:(
FOR RENT: Complfel
house, 3 bedrooms, big
ly-for 2 months. Call P
1169.

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Apartments
FOR RENT: 2 room" apartment,
private or I room for couple,
responsible gentlemen or "young
lady. No. 46, 45th street upstairs,
Bello Vista.
FOR RENT:-Aportment for couple.
No. 16'Froncisci Fll6s St, Vista
Hermosa.

FOR RENT


Roolms
FOR RENT:-Furnished room. Via
Espafia. House" Villa Carolyn" (3
houses, before race trock.


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3:30-Music for Monday
4:00-Music Without Words
4:15-Singers on Parade
4:30-What's Your Favorite
5:15-ENGLISH ON THE AIR
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5 30-News
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review" 11:30-Meet the Band
perfield 12:00-News
12:05-Luncheon Music
approved 12:30-Popular MuI e
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day. he 1:00-News
1:15-Personoji .Paad
1:45-Lum adUIIne .
2:00-A Call ftrom L PaUl
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+d CuAEkes isE sC t Thrilling
er Trop :i Ernea avarr. Classic Win .

SThe &as s Imt- The wa h der restint tas Vlaria flShda l
SW" to. ht' +CUitUNDU MNtS OPEN BGp for nW em
orss'tean- ofwthe n s o BOWLING LEAGU eight u t e for'them.
an-.. .1:31 S-5th .1tWb, of"takingi he r a mtMt S @ ,
i I & .o Mf Rif Cristal chhs Go. -Qn IBAlboa Beer, after a false start TO0 IN
'B"'r"' o fl imftel Aad ithS tittro Buick-Chevrqlet last Lane (Isthan).. .. -
-p1'u"On-Gaddess when nthe-"
11pb wm nate Wednesday niht at Balboa, Cunlngham (Balboa) 14.U
Sby CB ter stumb T o lo eme u with three points for Re lhar (Wllys Bar.. 11-
a.. ....-. + Sd Moon Godes W0f rf t oll, th fow- un'o w th-rths week in a row to in- Hut0hins V. .. 11i
#iwi n.. i n .I Chilean rider was I t lea se tlYlead over these w Pe 1- 1 4
rushed to the hospI butfor p ro sCntractors. by one. Kelsey (Carts VleJa)..
the'el, I JoeSchafer was brewaster i Lyons (Acme pu. '13
Srider. best tunately, suffered + bruises i this batch for the Beer- Tortan (C1ar Viej).... 18I -26
..M ever oe mn and contusions. men. Oler ( r ViJa) ... $
changed horses continued In un- men o lled .e Oliver (Catsturo). ill
I^iIf Mwhen Bdck atmo th Mil Portal wthe season, a 495, to 2vanee the E Wr 1t
Rapidly cut dk.oiP or tBoorman onepont doser to the Balboa Beer.
1nfrtoa.n u aalso rapidlyue chcmuti BuoYl ie la Ith Con stuctors. 44 St
eS ehitls In bt veeasoast l S t l Chuck Lss LAu f o a ff witom h CArts Vieja......43 35 57
stsa i avp but hosmtil flast.h i a row in the first game J. L. Putaturo
I w rmng ide-with Black e iamboet had trouble keeping the old Buick- Chevrolet. 39 3
Po= M Portalgoing wider than the otl a rking and wound up olP 1rd.... 3 0 39 51
r 'Mh pois bnd hafer for VJ'.W. Post 382 11r 42 r
nd avidual honors ian this contest. Wally's Bar.. .... 34 44 4
atfio anouhero sonu0 lamthsieane Constructors, bowl. Acme Pints
VAu e nup lmo.tony ewith n Blak mbo ing in a dispirited fashion, bare- Geo. F. Novey.... 33 45 44
.........taken the lead and lyspilled enough pins in the last
lr~Bi ve tsavetlv b eeln t whe n S tude" frame of their t rd' me with
f ah f nan Ron fo n the t points. This placed the Contrac- Bryan 123 14 15S 3
Sowt, 1 th H W" h a f f a furloonhatkeg from n torI three points behind the Stuewe.. 166 1 148 4
fl ihme ran whim t ld to ptass Ariaed. a d h lead t Bc league leaders ard thy will Price. 121 1 18 4
ws made only xa 'hi est rat ma also 8 l~~-e a bonded u tnur the whip aki I have to go all out it they hope toWalke... 164k o 11 47o
b-u o twBmike t am9an.' el wer i l In the saddle a sa t miute spurt overtake the Beermen in the re- Hovan. 166 138 4Ff
theMussL P.I.US.Ia rt..WtM $1ia IOtl he t osp a d m retosibl for th S. I o h^ 00 vt gaining two weeks of play Handicap.. 93 1i is
siLf .thed3S imoued ,3 iml llC Classic or usbd tRuor-dwSlit i dectsionm ,was Vt Don Totals. ... l. 817 54 2522
vslteryDIi e 1ns1 ah ithe- ..o....,h inI idual competition WALr1-
SmTMw w 5 foa the .night. Har.. 12 1
re r no races at Rio s- W uual celebr ati a Carstrengthened their Kavalopsky. 159 117 1 10
TuAenrcs1NCi-ey,Doc-Gerrans .
.i '1i% = e' V Sunft y. due to the stort 161*1 Do A Tito Delholdno LL third place by rap.ng Hellwg.. 201 1 i 41
at ar eRaces uatr ree..By. he n the advantage Relch 151 41
we01set W inag eret. d A- Sr.U,,( Bind),
R1 ... .=er t'ACLr eeo*Vto r Ahee. x tllenA id5 8.ick up' ,ltUp te t s e e Hand icap. 1 1 1
m e there Scaret W ins a r kwine4 r hlse van
d- ThIQ e1 q Yesterd.'ureeuut/ VVIflS he relste- eddown 955 In the second Totals.
Tih Ole1f- jy o -41r.d- y lte dae. it ther w risers a- fitth h highest rolled tn




thog*3eeste rn R. y mi Or n e petition this .laser asaT o on. Id 2 5
A -nloy e, r Rummen had five star Murdock. 1 17




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;the. f a d ftIf dfttisn, .,,4; Dorn- fTI.dvid :. ianfrat s in this.. game, four of Iku.... 14o 12 1165 w
I the.rn m ( e: i Hl; Henderson, I U ra Clti them in a row. "Rain"' Cain; S .... 1 3 1 7 439
0 a .. I R .5, 7 o(M ,with a 502 series was high in lane.... 1.5. 17 147 440





",e si 18s n 10b udlFMhT RACE this encounter but his e forts Allen .. 11 16 167 45
.d I-ThO Wy $N.40. $8.2%:$6.6.we1-Tn0p L 5.40. $8.2 $6.50.w n ffprvent ndic .
9-43 s. af0 ter d g 0llr0. Van,,Wi defeated A-Gi- n.wer.e n$fietop vn t c .ead .1a 1. |i
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SHIRLEY LOVES OSCAR WASHINGTON, March 23 #UP) fire a sufficient amount to ail- Benator .'t to ieo
Veteran Broadway actress Shocked Senate investigators ence his fire! the more you shoot, cl".e4 IOS1) 912
Shirley Booth holds her "Os- promised today to explore every the more enemy you kill, and i
car" award for her perform- angle of Gen. James A. Van the more American lives you .
ance in the film "Come Back Fleet's bitter charge that the save." r.
Little Sheba." She was voted U. S. 8th Army lacked enough
best actress of the year by the ammunition to meet a Oommun- Gen. J. Lawton Collins, Army eir
Motion Picture Academy in Ist offensive in Korea. chief of staff, agreed that am- a.t'it If
Hollywood. but received prize C h a I r ma n Margaret Chase munition reserves In the Far fored 1 '
In New York. Smith (R-Me.) said she would East have not been as large as i 1.
have an announcement "in a day the Army would have wished, i n
A r or two" on the detailed plans of but said they are rapidly be-
the Senate Armed Services sub- ing improved and he contend-
committee which is trying to ed that the Elghth Army has
V 5 find out who or what was res- always had enough shells to
i O uenbr possible for the anununition protect Its troops "and to car-
shortage. ry out the type of- operation .Wr.W d .. .S-Sa L n
Leller Tot rsldn *"that the Army commander I L_ 6_ ______ j
Letter To President The subcommittee Is expect- now authorized to carry out." r t
ed to begin public hearings late to bla r a
this week, with Van Fleet, re- "There has never been a short- ed stiP-
NEW-YORK. March. 23 (UP) cently retired 8th Army com- age of ammunition In the hands lto le
A New York minister has wander, as the first witness. of our troops... either to repel V.." rleet e 'Jear that e
released the text of a letter to The full gravity of Van Fleet's an attack that actually develop- vawMtt Wea.. rh thflIS
President Eisenhower signed by charges was borne in on Con- ed or to conduct our own opor- .. dropped 80
104 clergymen urging. that Julius ress and the general public for nations Collins said. .' s ral
and Ethel Rosenberg be spared the first time with the publica- Van Fleet acknowledged that Il.Ii n -
from death in the electric chair. tion last night of the testinliony the enemy does not have "near I. ik sthe R.-
The Rev. Dr. Jesse W. Stitt, he gave at secret hearings of the as much ammunition" as the 8th
pastor of the Village Presbyter- full Senate Armed Services corn- ArmJy. Overha-of th Pedro Igel I d o
an church, made public the let- mittee during five days of hear- But be si tht during andadA in ton
ter which was dated March 6. wings beginning March 5. since the Ill-fated 1961 armisatift weJww las and M1 0
It asked for a personal ap- Van Fleet told the Senators talks, the Communists have ... oworkore t
pointment for a delegation of that ammunition stocks in Korea built up their artillery unti:they equipment been InoveOd t.a
ministers to present their ap- have "greatly improved" in the now have "twice as much as we Lue. ...."
peal, for executive clemency in pa few we. do." CazBO l- r 'P "T .r of M -
the Ronberg case. But as recently as December. -'Oawerb,]l lfiere woooaiMber-ofMilk-
lghe s 1d, there were "critical" fore coUfloedre wto ktram.N lo, theia %i
House Committee's shortages of sUh bas battle- Kenya .Police bue e,.a O U xi *o .. o -. wthen i.
Latest Red Probea f,..,-' ,,eld 1the-o une pa ie, and DeAtAe Thobonr nrwh g. ,
To Be Televised mr,"- si o..d"n --In Nairobi Area .' lAnadMe la bor
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LOS ANEL ES, March 23 (UP) unpredictable. thet do w ubate AIRO ,Keny March 8- tonrthsa at or.toMew.e. .
-An eit..man .B mnmttee enough to meet his ffeu *yeat t1Y -yOrttsh own nyn two southern ost wi be
tte n-A cancti- I y 'no'." L and police have delnIt
ve D opened a week- The four-star general eed e natives in the .ve I o
lontg beaintoday into suspect- no words in g h 'e arl gp B ZotM for. failure to Preulemd rowds, estimllaste Locks wit be complete withing a
d CommunI e ts among shortage meant tot hav tie ta.1s aP__sar for the ~lZ speees a ,out seven wephsi.
prominent Los Angeles profes- the field: in the Ca ,W. a
atonal figures. "The-lack of a muiit n I dd tq wheaifver During ethe overhaul period at
means that youo not sboot as PeOW repo that in rAids subjbt of the s was brota Itirulores the area will be Thel-"A e
The hears, headed by Rep. much as you wt t y do In t ort Hal district yester- up. a d
Donald Jackson (R. al.), not sh at all of da Ma members were tal n e e
will be televised and will In- opportunity;: that when wthe en- k mlled, d Wuaded and 14 cap Itea aree to open ks during r
clude some '76 witnesses from my is firing at you,.you loot turedIby government forces. "".. r e .. a -
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Here's the second of two dlpatees In a progress report on
the battle to find a way to .top the killer that takes the lives
of a quarter of a million popl every year In Ameries alone.
31 By RICHARD KLEINER
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.1 shuTdren. his exlains why
People kld3,dot seem to NEW YORK, Mar. 23 (NMA).-Somewhere,. b reddeep in the
ge a sIt."" t ellt kd seem human cell, is the secret that Is the key to asucer. Until it is
+ found, men, women and children will continue to die of the
S -. disease.
Science sla attempting to find that secret.' But it is handl-
W OW t omake t capped, hn its search, because it knows very little about the op-
eration of a normal cell. Before it can learn what goes wrong
4 fish ads in a cell, to set off the mushrooming growth that s' a cancer, it
S party dish must first learn more about routine cell functions.
That's why the conquering of main action, Involving most of
cancer will take time. And mon- the time and money in cancer
ey. Taking flrst things fist, set- research, -Is directed to the ac-
Sj entists are currently devoting tual curing of the disease.
S- much work to increasing their Since the cause Is not defin-
m MI || road, general knowledge of the itely know. caentists are at-
iU i-uman cell. In this way they're tacking it from dozens of an-
Slike radio repairmen, who can't gles. They are attempting to find,
Sl o .. attempt to fix a balky set until a cure chemically-a wonder
HrMVs ow o make tls. .olded ahey ilrst know how a radio op- drug that can esta cancer like
aM. wMi party +a nrofen erates. penicillin. detroy"a fIi,or an in-
I qp* stla h I cup Much of the millions annually hibitor that can control cancer
cosd wOer and dim etf r w spent in cancer research Is going like insulin controls diabetes.
w .tr. Theas.itoQih rc4up for this vital, although prelim- They are workjig with sex
diced cemlry, % q diced inary, work. Altogether, the hormones, the o emicals secret-
we"n popper, 2 *-oucmO American Cancer Society says, ed by the sex glands which seem
I of Pwd. or gd two. I some 1800 scientists are Involv- to have some ffec on cancer.
N.W4t oMac I eIp of Keraft ed in trying to solve the riddle of In experiments, some hormones
kimipd-b &Wi l% soI I cancer. Last year, the expendi- have been found to speed the ..
I me s-t s o l. Id Atu for research by all agencies growth of cancer, ter to slow d M VA o iK -aln.
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