The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
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lcc - Newspaper
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compomeut of the threat armed semviqa tis w ;
take act*M to reduce its clitiem staff i aelrmity
DOefns Secretary Charles E. Wilon's e s ~muv D
Mar. 12
A CAirC spokesman confirmed tedu In r p to
inquiry by The Paanam Amkicai that ande s I b
reVied from W inh to to par ba3t 3m peot.
the civilian rli o or w before My 31..
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to 4 per cent *.4 he mpoye fore t Aa t Mk Air F
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femaus aprt est told the United Prw rtht plo-s i
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9o. H Tasr P 0 0O. Sox 134, PANAMAu. OF P.
P MONTH. IN VANEA -91.70 82S
or. ,MONTH. IN *DVANCI a O IS 00
o-,. P gA .'N .t._.,___ 910_____ .__4 2400 By Victor Rieel
One of the few Soviet leM
SI X A l I I l n era who did not catch that 1w
SH I ILJ Russian irus, people's pleur
SA I B X \ at Stalins funeral sl the Cas
The Mail Box is an open forum for readers uf The Panema Amer- m tanrg t man, Antonin potR
ioa. Letters are received gratefully and are handled ia wholly con.f- MOSCOW nth S to keep t
Vential manner. boy healthy. He's the fhap w
If you contribute a letter don't be imptiet it it doesn't appeer IMe b making s people era
t day. Letters are published in the order received. Other Cm domunm.entary L vidt
Pleas try to keep the letters limited to one page length. lin Intlllmous hetar I
S Identity of letter writers is hld in strictest confidence. Ito provehs o ha
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements oa opilst speeded up aseh ulilia
pressed in letters from readers. pwegll military produetlo
.C o F (of their famous mmmeat
ANCON CAFETERIA that thousands of workfti ha
broken under the si ln And
SWith other construction projects getting a re-evaluation, are fllin g aslumss rit
ItXtoo late to get a s:op-order on the Installation of a steam table and the i tate neurologeal. an
signed to convert the Ancon Restaurant into a cafeteria? p psychiatric clinics.
I've no objection to cafeterias, as such, but we already have-
two on the Pacific Side. one In Balboa. another in Diablo. If An- He was the fellow .p do .
con also becomes a cafeteria there will be not a single place left that Zapdtocky,
here an individual or a family can come in. sit down order from president of the It
a menu and have an inexpensive meal served on the table. ay Trade Union Co nam the
Any normal American community has both cafeterias and Communilst unioa fedalile
restaurants. The existence of both on the Pacific Side has given of Bne' day, whdn the
us a little choice, a little variety. Bachelors, especially, who con- unions played the Ime. mle
sume so many meals at public places. like the atmosphere there. in COecho iovakia that.the 1
Ancon supplies a pleasant and restful choice between cafete- powerful Comunii a--
rias and the Hotel Tivoll, where one expects to dress better and trll American aply
pay more. hemr today.
There are flowers on the table, friendly waitresses. And since Recently, the official Cicho.
the new manager has come in II don't know his name) the food slovaklan State film am ine
has been excellent for the money. Kino, published in Pin, ad-
Please don't take it away just because some efficiency expert mitted the nervous brqasoown
teels five minutes or an occasional 50 cents could be saved by of the great Czech people.
making all of us rassle with our own trays all the time. "Many neurotics are beln
Contented Eater. treated In olr State ie roioge
cal and psychiatric clinics.
SIX QUESTIONS FOR THE GAO MAN These patients can be divided
Oir: Into three groups," the editor
I The necessity for American taxpayers to privately solicit said on specific orders tron
inds to see to it that their interests and truth are pro- the Propaganda Ministry.
nerly represented in Washington, reflects adequately what bureau- "First, there are the patients
*tic bungling can do to the basic principles on which Amer- who know that the State, or
ian democracy is founded. Necessary it apparently is, however, Its road from capltilsm to Bo-
as reflected by Howard Munro's recent reportinr-of testimony cialism, needs the greater pos.
given before a Senate Appropriations Subcommittee by Senator sible work productivity of each
3llender and Newman of the GAO testimony which can be Individual. These patient try
*counted for only on the basis of Insincerity, or honest, if de- very hard to fulfill their duties
nlorable, ignorance of facts. and sometimes go too far.
i The reporting of this testimony scores the need for local "To the second group belong
presentation to assure that facts as they pertain to residents patients with a negative att-
e properly presented, and to assure that facts are presented tude towards the People's Dem-
the proper time and place. ocratic State. They flee into
SI acknowledge and deplore the Inconsistency in a demo- hospitals before those problems
icy of having to contribute to a private subscription of funds whfch are pressing hem at
Ssee to it that I have a voice in how I am governed, but ap- home and at work.
1arently it Is the only way that a local resident can assure that
tuth. as it effcts hmn. can he presented. "To the third group^belong
1Munro an vars to be dio'n a good Job. and I suggest that patients, chiefly women, spoll-
Il Iof is conilrbrtp f, rnrlal and mloril support commensurate ed by capitalist educaitloi -
ith our personal he1af flht, a. people. we have the right to Women who are in love with
Sresent truths., nd the clearly define and correct misrepresenta- themselves, brooding about
ons mouthed by disinterested parties. Without sueh. a right we their feelings and sentiments..
zrvert to peonage. Th.r third I ron. In' this
SWith regard to Nev man's testimony. I should like to ask the Communist sate tapp oh to
llowin-: women,: apparently want D ini-
(a) '- the savings that Newman claims have been acem- ply to matry, sta home d
S nrl'-hb-r hb GAO benefit the Government or the shin own. raise children. Ndw,
er-? If the comnany derive; its revenue ftieri ttlls, and that is countTer-Rovltona.r
S : ......--...... ...---. --. rmted tq a reasonable per- And many women are ni.~aig
S e' r of profit, savin- r in operational a ts may make ental breakdowns whe n torn
S tieMl ore efficient, but It a 1 irq tha the eon- from their home l to
S.'s i than the UIS Ol iM.-i. the e to -
behi own testiUony, dam
fact that QAO:ac '"
the Newcoaier. rtegiey l iI
SiAtflect on Newman's ability as a ind I co=
(c)W for GAO's audit? Should the taxpayer unfder- i"ewwj-
x -the cost of an audit that primarily benefit the I The tOak of a l sin
;?hiTowners ? haI IL welfare, ear .
S(dI .It the PPnam Canal Company underwrites the audit, the Kin directive. "W t kind
U it rood business sense to force interference andl e- of films ae suitableT .Comedte
pense by any Government agency on a private company, urned out, by Hollywood? Not
S curtail the oneratlonal policy of that company to con- at all D sot know only t.oo
form with the whims and megrims of three or four well that a comedy oouldh
bureaucratic agencies, and then expect the company to in adverse effect upon
operate as successfully as a privately capitalized concern? suffering from deeaon. W
(e) Woult Newman eare to elaborate on some of the aduen. need ls fu of hope, such
fstrative problems prerinltatd in the Canal Zone diang as the Soviet f, 'Mr' Every-
*The last two years b the Ulllut minds of GAO and iaLn'1 Life.'
Bureau of the Budget personnel? .
(f) Newman comments on the lack of new Ideas In the Ca- "For the rup we
nal.administration. If Newman has in mind some of the need unobtrut.. fim with
Ideas that have been promulgated by GAO and Bureau st 8 touch o propaganda.
of the Budget God help us all. The sum result of these O well everybody feelswhen
ideas to date has been to prove their unworkabilUty and the submarine, ined by the
their dlnregard of common sense: the ideas put into eft Americans, emergau safely,
feet by these misinformed and mentally astigmatic mes- thanks to the bravery of idt
slahs have challenged basic rivlleges (sehoolingi on viet rew.
which out democracy rests 'ave fomented bad feeling "And for the third group
between, the Canal Zone and the military, have forced .the women) We need films
a duplication Ip facilities, and have caused so many re- which help to develop a new
verals and withdrawals of hastily announced Pan morality wch points the way
Canal Company policy as to make a farm of Canal X anld better relations to
administration. .' i cte" '
Megalomania is particularly dangerous when it Ipeakb-under die% that i t ireetm I
the guisaeof authority..Munro seems to be making a concerted I 5 a 'Odig ; rd toi X .
effort to contain it, and to that end I recommend that we gfte /P i2 "la"' i ',-g
him our financial and moral support. spectator. am ..alo' .nt
-- o ney can spend ,tlaie at the
_ATS OFF TO NEWMAN! factory assemhly Mp
Sir: This Is lnotliu nw to Pre-
I Utip my hat to that brave gentleman from the General Ac- ..mier Zapotocky, who, lnclden
counting Office who had the courage to come tO the Canal Zone, tally, was .use by Stalin to
Investigate it, and then to recommend to the iente changes launch the "new" Soviet ant .
which should be made In the Canal Zone, chan rhich to an Semltsm. Last .aly he wi ,
Imlpartial observer are obviously in order. 7 out the Caech tad unions.
Can anyone deny that there is great npllmto. ofu- iurt Nothing this Oomlnunlis^
down here within the bureaucratic structure 3CunaliiiB C ech Federtion *f Labor
Government and the PanamA Canal C .- ... cbuld do eould aaM It a- l
I have been reading about it In t 5 be r though its leaders already
yenr now, ainoel of it written la Th ap e t agreed to abandon the fwe-diav
All one has t do is to visit the Mz=rtnittbuilding to wek to buIIA t S Smhw
prove to h st that it sla so. Just wander througbh.i4 uding man."
sometime and l4*h the varlois clerks anto rti most of iMdence that this wa not
em ^with a stack of paIprs on their i3 doila their fol r t "Laughlag Bn"
bt to look bus .ad at the omae time carying on a pleasant not am9 ewU S few .-
erisation with tbelr neighbor, or maybe having their half ago wDbie h e'
-coffoidiab. uniorns b auge they I
*And In't the paly pl ce where tus hapns. c to /lopase. e *
a lo a a ointeMpo. r wionaly Mn a triotlo love of tb mw&.
a thte ubuldtiflvilccda., and tmboepiltal. And I wim euL a S i
iftot .others have noted It too. ajbe i hurts but wre Jad e. S ain B
ds dea thet. To fellow same line of at- dUO to lhtmus. And *Igga
*llya uHSdpcatioa. Did you ever to think about enpein d a mw. bq <
ll piIameut for anything oncerning bulam laI Prague wMeag is
If they are made, tlTe to be put same- p1tocke'that .heg was iet
hAd 1* taloe time,- send them to the dg- baer for the daMteieals. l
t $Al xx z. ao tal them, and c to bfry But nsi-de 9Vmu

m,, t 'it ttm_- ef. -o-- u
nd The gover_-.hi, trying to == so.s ask'yuIf, And the Y.
,L this papework .meem ry? e t esi nas.
I naM- where o p!lea te .fl hosplals was an 6ed toe-M "- "
p byNewsm Do"ees anyone deobt that this is true. d@Vraroeden
os0id we have OEras sd Clayls., adthg A when You
no Aeat eIiiandmclericml hp.we-oiham hr
-rtainly be In ormer. ,d -9. s i .
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NAIJOBI, Kenya, East Altais. JToAca lok at t ne.o andT hava to la at
story can be t complete without a h ar ance.. who was
Son. Bono a sort of He wh the .ai..
call a pie here, an ot t boand
errler and the al BOwth lcoDS oas
about Bonso. r that he owhM Whe be.I ag
omneople named Bldek hav titulr claim and
tto the Nor atsl, nd a .daow u n
Burnrow runs It. BaoIs tol satisfied with.
thp war they handle hs but and It they "e
twow o/ at ;a com.tent eelh wa theIm 'he ,
to cotnue in their Job.
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A i &..fe of n1 w.el e n a"
4s. 1o- the waite and theq geotO andtr te
on, he ad.s '. .- -
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armlMhwha@t ght pass over the faC of a In
S3SSWMm who had just been kssedr by a
Da Bom choose a tlble tt dot
abanahearta of artichoke or wtanf up1n
he ianis.a When he It noting he rin to "aoub 'wg o
toh r in he loo a Burrbya 9ll' w.
t-ob aw ih N~bkyouM61uwoaa zwq

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ure. patn both feet so's f thei te
I that no, aeommtodatons are avau- An the alS^I
wahBle, adhbeis usually true. 5.-A
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hoc, 0g at igwe the sNo as 2E,
puNat li almday ev.g after arft r ia 0- .
town ro Brooks, Afhsvonmvi
diet: A stramneand dSPtatilg
(New) h eaed itI
appear ih
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geaa>l market Is y again. Man
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TChM < showSi of eo6001,
4in- ....-jon srown's Brow.i I
Jud At 1-6 Raymeond
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Sboa Church will hold a
Sdinner this evening
Sar toq all members and pro-
Spetly members.
audete of the Ca-
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"Ye: will o.eome to ae that
S ye mght hav Nf." RBead 6.
Jobhn 1.l, 31647.
Our thoat th venag
1 1 ringB the altogether too
Sommp allacy of believing that
ST (f) only tho ho are weak InbodO
3 a or min-p spirit-- aeed the help
s 4' of Christ and His Church. An
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QlEft aay,"iURSon i a ilSht W tor the
S- weak person whoaledf it, but
after all I am-in noaned of help.
therefore I don't need to be con-
cerned with the religin of Je-
sus C hrr" Not so. The stronger
the man, the more help he needs
m" frtm external sources to main-
.i Neth tain his strength.
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S3 N.I. The scene of our Bible reading
S4 6 takes place by the poe of Beth-
i -s* esda where "lay a multitude of
them that were asik, blind agd
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M6. WIAs admrs, of Cristobal, was bestees for a
beautMultl aWi uneheon and aftemoon of mdars at the
tel Wasi 1t 6 lhe Inmer e of"toe and astants who
served with her, Wothy Mata, sad Mr. Ernest Sloeum,
as Worthy taken of Fys Pal Chapter No. 2, Order of the
NOutemra WaUrdst the n- yOW.

Canasta and bridge were
played after uel and the
bridge prizes were -won by Mrs.
Ernest Blocum. a"n Mr. arl
Orr. Ms. W. B. Wray and Mrs.
Harey Smith wonh eanaet
re' guestt It included: Mr.
and' Mrs. mrnet 81ocum, Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Preuigzman

vey Smith, Mrs. C. DUs,
Mr'Thomas Maih, Mrs. D.
Humphrey, Mrs.James Deson,I
Mrs. Clara Barber, Mrs. N, 5.
Davison, Mrs. Worden French,
Mrs. Catherine Joudrey M.
Thdanas Conley, Mr. 8.
Wray, Mrs. J. Crone, Mrs Mi-
chacl raosky, Mrsn. oy Per-
i li. Daniel .Rudge, Mrs.
Carl Btarke.
Dinner Honers Vniltru
Mis Edith 8toa was hostess
for a dinner, Sqnday, at the
Brazos Brook Ool Club tO
honor Mrs. Nellie Williams and
Mrs. Don WUlliams, who are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. Frank
The other guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Frank Williams, Mr.
ad .Mrs. Joseph Noonan, Mr.
jar. Reva Starke and Mrs.
Atna Miller.
Sreweln Luacheeo fer
,. and Mrs. Fler
Mr. and Mrs. Merle Piper, of
UNbos, were honored with a
Id on g biven by Mr. and Mrs
Davis and Mr. and Mrs.
.M cClieand at the Dseav
OreIdnce I.n Cristobal, Sunday.
Pier, manager of the
"" is being transferred
t Calif., to assume
Duties at the UBJBO.
InM i city.
The other luncheon guests
tneluded: Mrs. Olive M. Helm,
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Dembarest,
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Slebelink,
XM XUdna Ja mion. M Lorna
nChar and Ann
w& a WL M A xia1 Meeting.
can e Auxiliary, No. 2 will
hold Its .rear meting
Wednt the
legIn Old Cristobal.
M m. no Redmond will
prade. All bMab are Wg-
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ss FtlisNiOW"d

M-asrlndlln'has sered- for
the p"t m ontx s witthe
UAS.. Itattr an active part In
Sth. vorof- ths .orspaniaon.
n #The i AvitiUm SecreM-
t*1, Mr. 8. IMtlelland pre-
M med s nlasmon a silver
r up appreation of
her work.

The program was.. climaxed
with an exhiblton dance by
the honoree an her partner.
Mr. and Mrs. Lukey
Meve to Balbos
Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Luskey
of New Crlatobal have moved
to 807-D Tasernll St., Balboa.
gO. Brese Honored With
Surpie Birthday Dinner
M. E. &Smith, of Fort Oulick
entertaled at her quarters Sat-
_uray evening with a surprise
Party In honor of her
son-Ilnw Sergeant Char les
The buffet table was center-
ed*with a lage green and white
cmAe with thirty candles.
During the evening record-
Ingi of the. guest's voices were
made and played back.
The guests .were: Mrs.
Charles Breseb and Chucky,
Sgt. and Mns. Jo Flores and
Patsy, Sgt and Mrs. Joseph
Coy, Sgt. and Mrs. William
Bell, Mr. Angel Reyes and An-
gel Jr., 8gt. and Mrs. James
ffin, Mr. and Mrs. 0. Pincani,
Mr. and Mrs. George Marsh.

inB a Vway
Anyone desiring tickets for
their favorite baby In Mar
rita may secure these rom -'
baby's sponsor at a pen=
each. The' date of the SWt
Booster Program has been me
for April 0.

Luncheon Beremvams Mus
Be In Tomerrew
rriendas, and meaIers of Ul
Cristobal Women's Clb desir-
ing to attend the luncheon .
day at the Hotel W n
In honor of Mrs. Jesse. u a
Mrs. Ernest Cotton, must have
their reservations in by tooim -
row. Call Mrs. William
or Mrs. William Nesaler.

BDage At Fort Davis
Bingo will be played at
Fort Dqvis Offneers
Wednesday, March 25 and
continue on alternate Wednaij
days thereafter. All peraid
eligible to participate are nf
vited to attend.

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Japanese Economic Mission Others in the group include
To Visit Here March 30 Kikuzo Hanada, president of the
A 10-man Japanese mission, Shibaura sugar refining com-
engaged in study of Western pany; Yoshitada Hlrose, execu-
Hemisphere economy, started a yive of the Takase dye factory;
tour of eight I.atin American re- K.antaro Tsu Tsui, general man-
publics by Pan American World ager of the Kanematsu export-
Airways yesterday tollowinz an ing company; Akira Miyazaki,
extended visit to Cuba. They will counsellor of the Japanese em-
be in Panamai March 30. bassy in Washington: Yoshito
Members of tl:,t missiou-pro- Shimada. chief of budget tor the
nminent industrialists, diplomats ministry of commerce; Yoshio
; nd financiers-are flying to Yamamoto, secretary or the for-
Port-au-Prince. Haiti; Ciudad eign relations ministry, and Ei-
'. Trujillo, Dominican Republic; kichi Hayashiya. attache of, th.
'Qaracas, Venezuela; Bogota, Ba- Japanese embassy in Mexico.
rranauilla and Medellin, Colom-
bia: Panama; San Jose. Costa, Colon Tourist Commission
Rica, and Sal Salvador, El Sal- Announces Darien Tour
vador, ending their Latin Amer- The Nation2il Tourist Commis-i
ican tour in Mexico April 3. sion in Panami has made ar-
Head of the mission is Dr. rangements for a or.e-day plane,
Chubet Ito. reprn.sentipg the trip to Jtaquein the Darien prov-
Japanese government. since. One of Copa's 30-passenger
IDC-3's has be-n chartered fori
S, !next Saturday to depart from
Tocumen lat 8:00 a.m. and re-
turn at B(00 pi.m. from'the.00-
mile trip.
The plahe *ill flyr dowih the
Pacific coast; over the Pearl Is-'
lands of Sabega and San Miguel
on to PlNa Poiit and then to
FLY TO *Jaoue, near the Colombian bor-
der. The day 'will be spent ex-
ploring. the town and going in a
motor driven ptragvel (dug-out
canoe) up the Jaqu6 river to a
Darien Indian village.
A landing Will be made on the
island of El Rev in the Perlas
Group either on the way down
Here the visitors will have an
hour for beach exploring shell-
IA I AAA ing. fishing or swimming.
V / IGUA TEMALA Passengers are urged to bring
picnic lunch. Fare is $20.00. For
PAA offers you the only information or reservation!
direct fliO AN please call Colon Chamber of
direct flights to LOS AN- Commercea 807 or 1438 or tour dl-
GELES. non-stop from rector Fred Busch at Cristobal
. 1961.
: Guatemala above the Another trtp is a two-day week
.end' flight scheduled April 4 andi
clouds, in the luxury of a 5 to David, in the Chiriqui prov-
spaciousConstellation-type since. Fom here.. one can visit
spacious nstlationyp the cool climnat bf. El Boquete
Clipper*, with no change or Xl. Volca by chartered bus.
For thoae interested ina the Unit-
of plane on the way: ed Fruit plantations, a trip to
Puerto Armuelles is included.
\ Fare, $35.00, includes all travy-
el expenses except meals. A few
seats are still available.
Army Muile
Ed Chapman rode a mule 25
miles to get here to report for
Spre-induction examination after
receiving a mailed draft notice.

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C olon Sl.. Bids., Tel. 1097 \ N TIM$ $1MAt[ AT lAIN CITY
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The women In Curundu are
now organizing a women's club
for red of ht community.
SThe clb, to be known as the
"Curundu Wwnen'x Club" Is be-
ing formed to promote civic bet-
terment and' community welfare
through arts aund crafts, garden-
ing cooking and other activities
of feminine Interests.
A meeting at which nomina-
tis of'officer wil: be made Is
schedullt~, o a.m on Wednes.
day, on the second floor of the
Curundu Cosmnuntty O en te r
Bee sn will be held at the'

Moi aifor the first semester
were: (Mls.) Helen Oter; Bu-
geme T. 0 Tanu Mrbert MeOas-
ley; (OS) JeIesatte MeKlb-
ban: Pedro MA ina; Robert
Peas; Virgint.Tam; Louise C.
Arey; (Mrs.) Irene- Holmes;
(M,.)d FloyUdN Dermit,; (Mrs.)
anells Mullett; (Mrs.) Esther
MMe_ litihA*8arap; Helmana
AMra, JimeO ag Seate; I Elata
Kelly; Kathryn Colclasure; Hec-
tor Miranda; Idgar Plummer;
Elva. Chu"g: Joyce phennallroy;

a contract I Twent-obe other students re-
Sc on their grade
leted. Sih mapfe. bell point rtings.

watch aM At t try-outs OaMeiea
that e for th1eor. Any MILWAU Wis. (UP) -
ake oneo r do *N t Anthrny *I Porte, manager of
i^~ttiict2y !U b Aad give the Avalon Theater, received a
to. plenty r are weldome to letter recently which said:
il tb coeas 'P, r IPlease aecept the
be read bil.Ihave gone lntside
them. Students who received "High a number t.e. T k you."

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Keating charged lat year tha
Hiss took part M the eonferena
at which the ocy was adopted
But James P. mrnhs, then seare
tary of state and now goverbo
of South Carolina. deed tha
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day a istepurned the
advice o hid sent
an unauthorise ob seek-.
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WIa4. t. ptvui, special
aosint tow. LM ent's
seMcuriy state-
mean amt to t ubr
committee in alleged
Comuatt i of the
No evidene was that
Has, thea r a un State
Department of tCo
"'stack"',the U. N. .
He er was convicted of lying
when he denied 9kof secrets
to a Red Wpy rtna
Franklin sa ud Mulmitted at
least 284 Job mUatas to be
U. N., of which IxM were
accepted. Franklin d that tto
his knowledge na e ba become
a "public Issue." three are
with the U.N.
He said the lte p en
Me by bHIs, supplied the
names of 13 govern ment em-
ployes avaabte ar part-time
U.N. work,
Of these he sa&d 32 still are
with the U.N. or other Inter-
national organizations and five
have become "public Issuws." _*
The smcommIttee, haIded b
Re. Kenneth B. Keatng (R-
..), trying to fi rtap l-
bility for the hiring of is
A.uaril bytheU.N
rrom, 1146 to 19, the Stat
epartmtmt observed a "hn
off" policy toward Americans In
.x. Iater it began tuo du
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held -no lpo0cy meet, B and
never discutid It with Hiss.
He ald he Ia amce the State
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adopted thUt .N aent the UN.
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Franklin, sabd H% first g-
gested the more to D=ald Rus-
sell, then iasisstaait ftretary for
adrnlnlst4atlou. His was told It
would be 'premature.
He said Hi Ignored Russell'e
In 1949, after Gen. George C.
Marshall had suefeded Byrnes
as secretary of state, secret ar-
rangemente were made to give
the U.N. confidential reports to
help it locate "undesirable" em-

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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "EI" Street Paaau

SNo. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

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Household Automobiles o. ,.. '*.. ..u.a Saet Cr e. PROFESSIONAL
-- W ... _A. .- ...- .. .. eaJttage sMElectric lte boes .ti
FOR SALE-Dining room and bed- WE PAY CASH for used cars, & sell 2081 Ass. C A .tv moderate rt Tehne
room sets. For information Tele. on TERMS. Agencies Cosm.os, ec C t
on 2-3005 Ponom. Auto-Row 29, Tel. 2-4721, Pan- DR. WENDEHAKE.--Mdlco Clinic. o d
so0ami.Central Avegue K Street corner.
FOR SALE Matching sofa and telephone 2-3479. Panam. Wllllom Sant Cla Bh
chairs,S rugs, 25 cycle console ra- F E -B r nan9esFord De- Telephane_2-3479. Panm WIIam S ant a Clara e t
dio, and old chairs, Coll Fort luxe 2-door V-8 Sedan. 27,000 JUNGLE JIM JAUNT TO DAt lN- o rebednrUwa t m l LIFETIM Ala
Clayton. 3198, after 5. miles, excellent condition. Original Jpe rds b l I Pe. Except week-ends r aol CLorIEated Ronol. I V tl1
FOR SALE:New double bed, $45. Owner. Call Coco Solo 8304. 3-4-5. Last trip of them (r e pBARaAm
complete. No. 58 Apt. Cuba FOR SALE:-l 948 Nash 600 Club due end of Apll. FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond and Siding.
n o t ubB FOR SALEV-194 os 3 full days of interest. futh Leave Santa Clara. Completely furnished.
Avnue, Bella Vista. Telephone 3- Coupe. Excellent condition. $700. Friday April 3rd., 7:30 a.m. Return E tock Gas Refrigerators and St A Les. hOe Needa y PaIa
3082. 00 cash. Call Panama 2-3330 dur- late Sunday, April 5th. Fishing Brng your lInens. Phone Dgmer's
ate ing 0 i hou rs. Su nday, gA p rin 5th. F ish ing B r i g yr en ho i n ea uM- i S" AB A "" *
R AE cycle 1 cubic ft ing office hours through the Pearl Islands, visiting 2-0170.
refrigerator, studio couch, miscel- FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet con- with the rimitive Chaco Id Plls Oceans as Snt i t 9 5 0 Packard d
laneous household effects. Good vertible, 13 months old, only 10,- spearing crocoddes, cruising up Sam- Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone Now u10 at"
Son r 86ti od o 0ur.condition. Phone85 CocoSo-Clayton 3198 b river board El an s oo- Panama 3-1877. Critobal 3-167. GEO. F. NOVE INC. p i
after 5. ra. Bring old clothes, comfortoble 03,__E______F___OUINC. XV
ifr_ shoes, and DON'T FORGET YOURF(wher se- o s
FORDoubleBeds FO SAL 946 Oldsmobile 2 Door, CAMERA. 3 loroius Days. For T esr-a "". i Ii
$32.00; Single from $29.00; Ho- new tires, A-1 condition. App ions phonJungle Jim. HOTEL EL Ho E buy sa 1 wa.
lywood Style Beds from $45.00; 124-A, Roosevelt Avenue, $650.- PANAMA, PanamA, 3-1660 or see e U i tws
also box springs and inner spring 00 cash. your Travel Agent. FOR RENT:--Chalet in Las Cumbrn. t Tllr, SD .
mattresses. Coa-Beds from $38.- FOR SALE:-1 950 block 4 door se- IALXCUR For information telephone Panamo
mattresses. Cofa-Beds from $38.-P lowaL Curi, S. #L.
00. Your choice of bargain in new, don Ford, leaving soon. Must s. FROM PANAMA TO Mr UCO 2-3005. Con be see 10.00 to Whlppi. moving, storage.
used and reconditioned furniture. God condition. Call Albrook 6- one way $85, round trip 135 115 12:00 and 4:00 to 6:00. *p and rte or move
We buy and sell. Household Ex- 7-180. day-limit), $169,00, good m FOR RENT: Completely fumished n '
.change (HXI, 41 Automobile W ad or
Row, Tel. 3-4911. Cash or Cre- FOR SLE:- JAGUAR mark VII Se- tmoLunEd LON. e 0dwyNmt frooms. 2 a ot 4 RDC
don, duty paid, must sacrifice. Peneme Dispatch Service 5 Avde lfar 2 months, all Paname 3- 5.fwfL1 W
dit. 000 miles only, over $1,000.00 Necional (Autmeblke Reow). Tel. 1169. Ra o,
FOR SALE:-60 cycle, 7r cu. ft. re- discount. Some terms, may be or. PRnae. 2-1655. FOR RENT:- Completel ll r .sR
frigFt.D Fu 8r bur6 n fer gs rg Oranged. Phone 7235, Curundu, 6,- F RETt-Cop ote;t,;I, jujJ*0 No vlru eoo ,. r
SCllrFt. Dvis r8er r Phone 25, Curundu, 6- THRILL Attend the Ist annual o- chalet, porch, dining,sii .
S torcy races in the National 3 bedrooms, garage maid a quar- d
"T m. ED FOR SALE:-1948 Buick convertible, Stadium in Paname, Saturday. ters. Available April 1st. Bell. DEA MA D
FOR SALE--Crib, youth bed, metal new pint and brakes, engine per- Mar. 8. 8 p. m. Sponsored by the Vista. Phone 3-31 13, frCom (5 toS E D
night tables, dining table and 3 fect, tires good, see at No. 35. Canal Zone Motorcycle Clubs and 8 p.m. USE N UiRE 198 HE O
choirs. '8 V8 for Transportation. 44th St. Call 3-0972. "Philp Morrs" cigarettes.. FR
House 2109-A, 5th St. Curundu, FOR SALE:Aa-1r952 Ford Tudor MENT =atsn- _- FOR RENT I a **Vr
from 6:30 to 8:00. line Alpine Blue, 7000 miles, Vinyl FOTcope. New o 6op,1"
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- upholtsery, $1,520. 0940 Amador I
saNr 9 cu. ft. Or will consider trade Rood,, Balboa 2-,8 na Bl % FOR RENT:-2 eRENT apart 1
for any 60 cycles, electrical op- M i'i-2872. FOR RENT:- 2 bedrm m ip Wgwu "n.w dt,
piance. One dresser, floor lamp, 2 FOR SALE:-Singer 1952 Roadster, -- SC lleu No. 12, 6th Avenue, Coci del Mar l t
chairs, 9 x 12 Chinese hooked rug. du paid, perfect condition, 8,- FOR SALE:-7-up at "RefrescsTro- $35.00. Telephone Pano 2- .
41Oes ,A00 miles, finance available. picales" announces home delivery 2587. HERES".
1451,, Owens, Apt. ." Amador 3216 or Nvyi w 3415. service for all Canal Zone Army F T *
E Tin 950 Dodg Cand Navy families effective Marc h SN.
W ANTED F U SALExc:90 Dodge Coron et 23rd. 1953. Please place your FOR RENT
Miscellaneous seen at 1524-C, Govilan Area, Bal- FOR SALE:-Doberman Pinscher Pup-3 RloIo be
"bo or call 2-3269. pies, Steer. 123 Via Porrqs, Tele- FOR RENT:-Furnished room. e Vi oi
IWANTED:- Three bedroom unfur-i l phone Panama 3-1219. Come and Espofl. House" Villa Carolyn'"
nished house for occupaDnc April_ 5_ W AlTE D 4 3* | 194 B R
15 P n"RyTacoDviJr, WANTED see the. houses, before race tro.,. VIE IeK*
hAmerican Er b as w 3-0010. AFOR SALE:-Amateur Transmitter, FOR RENT:-C-ongrejo, nio jy fw.,,-,
Scate n Bar er n. Au obiles 400 watts, 25 or 60 cycle. rn- nil hed cooTl room. Me l. .O v leb
WANTED:-Boker, expert itn Pullman plete with cabinet. Many other "7th" Street No. 9, l .ar "a ? r 195 f B UI L
helping n3-eria 4Vista Hermeso. CAR WANTD: -Cop or envert- items for amateur experimte Pino." Tie. 2-1693, 3-1789. am 9 l
telephone 3-404. ble around 1941.e Preferred. and radiomen. 45th St. No. ,

Ist in god nearo "'end be 0t 0116. -

v llbl April first. Alo need pori Real Eutte f. ~ s6. p- 4 A
m a ent unf umishe a. resident ce.C onll Ned E TPest 2 2Ct r 7 -So.d A .,,93 "
A M. Hill at Panam Forest Pro- FOR SALE:--rand new cottage at N. 1. Tl. 2- Centrall l
ducts Company. Phone No. 3- beautiful Prtsclla Beach in h ito- FOR SALE:-50 heavy steel ber A Avenue. Tel. 2- Phame.
.4852. ric Pl th, f ,,&., 2 rels at 50 Cts each, F B LboES99OAACS
t to private- beach'. 2 large Good for culvert grain, e. Th i
WANTED:-Tmined nurse, specr ili- bedr aooms, eloss, kotty pine liv Texas Co. 2Panama) Inc. Tel. 2-
:ing in general baby care, food. ingroom, modem b th, lovely 0620. Modern Plano instructlen. ei ''' "'

Kmodem both, lovely -ooo powgr"c
Sdiet, person cadr of aged ps nl, kitchen with .all applam sun FOR SALE:-12 Venetian blinds, f38 and advo d students.B R mT
Boxil5v2.. PAddr Mieus Rl. Smal, parlor, porch. Only $5,90Q for by 60 Inches. $6.50 each; and 17 ( nlsicsl-o Bennett's PIanol-
evrtng. Very smal down pay. others, assorted sizes, from $4.00 2-1282. U
Moment; splendid bank mortgage to $8.50 each'. Excellent condi- .L ,
49 montLOST & FOU D TelMphone"2- Phone 2-4225 any day ofter OS AV BUIK R. .
Th~ party in truck that picked up BARGAIN! BARGAIN! Nice chalet FOR SALE:-Hollicraftr model S-
dinga river please call M. Her- payments. Call s3-1069, Panana. Like new, $75.00. House 471-A, A o SeTonkB

money, likely at Sing Lee's garden, IFOR SALE-Ld 25 x 100 meters equipment. Cll Hetel Weashinag
Clayton, or on highway to Coooli, or_ geI. as ft. froseale llby 330 Beauty Shop. 3-2116. Colon fit will have an oppor P
720-A, Cocoli. Tel. 4-372 Cocoli i. Province. Ctot ntct&m FOR SALE.-Canovr Piano. Studo tuni y to e the beats inE immu -'i

Position Offered xI raell an 20 t-, at Ls eCar C.. contact het hat a tI ark et. .
Cmer Crawford Ag r, 'J" StreetNo. League, meets the Colwn eep -
.ANTED.- eicd beauty ope- IS. Tel. 2-2316. on that has chosen to
rItor for Gatun Clubhouse Beauty O SW T SALE:-Cuhmn m t l mnt th is p e Inam
Shop. Phone 5-411, Mrs. Ulla FOR SAE-- -'- otr scooter nhn l
Hort-Pro.R attan and mahogany bar, elctric ,p I n hejl O | 1" $ "
OfrAt-iPop.mixmaster, automatic toaster, fan,
electric percolator. Tel. AJbraooik L.7d A berp, One of the f 2 '
Cirls' State 2183. F, the& A d a
March 24 (UP A rm FOR SALE:-45 Lb. top freezer in manage the CX.. All-Stars snd
Announces raerc0AmbCssae rd to Mer 1, 11.5cu.. Codspot.~ excellent wl'aea t M ai 5ihroei i a .. .1, d .
pl A mbadt od a to M osu ch w con dition, W estern Elec tric portable b 81 j Ot odl
Moofre S anti-8,mtmn behind he wing machine, oautomotic toaster, On OPE
Iron Curtain in a political Con- electric iron, woffe iron, adjustable t tell.
Additional Sponsors torthe Ca- mittee meeting of the United dress form,'Projectionscreen,0Ca- Otas SUM DA2 no9A S
ribb eanUGirls'etate announced Nations. Marc tripod, decorative o solidn ma"- INWI 'I f r, tS
Pedro Mguel Women's Club, The blast was to be leveled by rus am 6 f. ladder Quartr- my HugheW w -
$20; Balboa Women's Club, $20; Mrs. Gold& Myerson who came master metal furniture. Dr. Joel are alO bett r a verg w
Catholic Daughters of America, to the U. N. to direct the cam- Shrager, 0204-8 Herrick Roqd the bt, two of n ea wil.
Court No. 874. *20; Corozal Offi. rign against anti-mitism In Ancon. ee action the-4i wM ile t
cers' Wives' Club, $20; Moudry's Iron Curtain countries. She is a FOR SALEI:-MedelIor Bedwu iPlen. third t o Msis sa5thb.. Iat,.
Orchid Gardens. $20; American former Israeli cabinet member Conmcto Crwfed Ageoe, "J" St tler.
Federation of Government Em- and served as Ambassador to Ne. 11. Tel. 2-2383. O01 Galre, a. -
ployes, $.30; N. J. Owen Unit No. Moscow before diplomatic re-a al l- o wMps ,.--
American on Auxiliary. $20. nations between Israel and Rus- mat
The following contributions sl& ended. FOR SALE
were recITved from individuals: R SALEan
Wilma Kennerd, $10; Gretchen The political committee de- Mo r e _- --.-

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FRANKFURT, Germany, March "LA th people know the truth n th country is s-
24 (UP) A Czech national air- ,* To...m{
w plane with 29 persons a- TWENTI-IIGTM IM t. PANAMA, TODT, ILC P iKW|Mr R= 1
rd landed at the Rhine-Main AAA,-*, T-, iS--.I ,
airport here last night in a mass r her
escape from Communist Czechu Eize
oslovakia, the U.S. High Corm-
mission announced today. _d
American high commissioner EeoA er1 s
James B. Conant ImmediatelymGor amnaor edtcuortcad-ethe
conferred with his top aides t oret

freedom in the American zone. 1
The plane, a twin-engine
cAeduied 115-mile flight from .. -

whenit turned and cro ugd the
border into Germany. TBao Mara isMowl.ake M au
The flight captain apparently Colom ians Take Mauling
planned the escape with theC hinese a on- it no
gelp of ome of the 25 paen- From h n C im mi i nit h
gers aboard. F o lled or1ndedse o m n otIft" -of he srn rL s cB 84 wee.quothe day.
-Houe Pb es Say rdb--ro-of 0 e.-
House Probers ay AEOUL, Mar. 24 (UP)- Hope- Two more attacks In the same th. m -P
Roofe Ri sin-g' A Lessly d outnumbered Colombian area were repulsed. ftM of her
'Rool fRaislg Came troops, first hit by a savage Chi-At p.m., a battalion of Chi- _tqhe hameor 1Y
I w nese Communist attackon Old nee hit the outnumbered Ca- te* hous eor WA

correspondent Victor Kendrick nearly five houa before being T
WASHINGTON, March 24. reported today, reinforced at X:0 a-m.
(UP) House investigators said The gallant South American Finally, Amerleal soldiers were
today they don't mind U. S. di- infantrymen fought gamely a- ordered to counterattack and th
plonmatl c employees in Germany against the charging Reds but heavy pressure was taken off the. ..
raising the roof' with an oc- were unable to prevent a pene- Colombians.
caSs arty. But they thought tratlon of their positions on the
$20r,000 was a pretty steep price central front height west of 1 .1.
for a beer blowout Chorwon. "Salo W' h '
Members of a House govern- The ld inaldy assault was one ( p) o eo
met operator committee were of seven coordoinated r oin mta $an, d
frankly appalled at the cost of assaults on Allied p sitio"s I
the arty which the State De- guarding the invasion gateway to e owed
apartment threw in Bonn, Ger- Seoul.r I& B F illl t March Xt Ji
many, on June 1, 1951, to cele- There was no immediate esti- (UP) PonU e0today sifted
rate the raising of the roof on mate of Chineto casualties In- through the "mll il and m -
a swank apartment hoforou flited by the Colombians and believed Involved In the
U. S. employees. censor rp forbade release of there the of $20 front two a t
number o killed or woundedA- of the autern Air Li ones oif
The subcommittee is investi- feared by the U.. troops, office here. b
gaing whether the State De-he Initial Red assault The thieves mined $1.13 TIn
partminet was extravagant In forced the penetration, American one safe by falling to drill Into .
various construction projects at seventh Division Ienfantrymen all the mll deposit drawers It
750;000, were paid for out of the bia ai counterattacks. fictd this boner and tepB Dh.,UM
d-Called Couterpart Funds" enrck aod that at last re-fap ttn ie burglary a ti
Inport only U.. skiers were en- lt veral hoM bitwic wr orts o Umda were eo b-
built up under the U.S. foreign gaged in the heavy fighting on H1ved thejob wa. ,
program. The funds ar eerr dopef the oun- "someone who knows nfei s O- .
thid ram.Thes funsloe te o u. Te lor sse compise
not subject to direct Congres- ta.. .e '*
r Became of the relatively large mo cp the air lne's week d
trosury appropriations of UVS. amoat of territory held by the rec iats
funa. Colombian battalion appa r-- .
ThemG.Wolfeexec -soldiers i to bnto e Baldf
KaythatIn t prlallw tr Koo deg ate W,.

U ,H A n tAr m a lloSl a sw Sa t h e So t ver l an s d bv "e a "ou t *h e v y -
ts tified2yeer-nto strengthen their other e- ,, b u h-

Z- on-o o -RpcharaesyoIncld-ingeed ddlaer ned to goJ. a5
ore thn 000 th of The Colombians werthise first the A "s
gaet. r wand $1,200 Wort f hithoe intheser aof att ck1
Oing rtD a 0-yee ar-old German Chinese storm ed nto their i .
hfo art Su el ach o rd- eb r : f20 M inute later. 1 .
the workers on the job. wON KONre, March 24a (i'ca do'
k-Richard Applegtewa owner of a w ll.
rheny w r d s w n e a Communists with two other "A-1"
Hmericans aboard, was warned
Fourth Marriage Judge's Be h s anlVMStodn ou
Ju ths en h erunrmyveouVt cramoito,-2,,ure. '
H OLLYWOODe Calif., March d wa s reported today.r o. r f \
24 (UP)'- SBrgen actress Hedy .F. s. Coote, commodore ofthe ...
Lamarr has legally ended her Hong Kong yhot club, said the wh o
fourth marriage by divorcing A fight on Thatchers' Ferry 42-foot yawl Kert could make
Mexican nightclub owner Ernest about where to park a car end- only 3.5 knots because it did not a
Ted Stauffer, 44, on grounds he ed up in two battery charges have the proper screw and that
struck her on several occasions, heard this morning in the Bal- "Aplegate was asking to get -
They wqre married in June boa Magistrate's Court. picked up." r
1951. Eduardo Conde Encarnaclon With Applegate, string corre-
a 29-year-old Army M/Sgt. and qpondent for the National
Lucilla Torres, a PanamanianBroadcasting Co.. were Donald
passenger in his car, bothrstruck Dixon, International News eta.
the ferry's boatswain, Thomas Z. vice correspondent and Be= .
StSemper, during an argument Krasner, an Amert merchant m e.'a
0e `91;i-perr tt which Involved parking the en- marine captain. or h
ws Md listed man's, car. Three Chinese crewmen and a Im. vw WO"
f'/ f nChinese girl also were believed "A"--"
1 w hThe Master Sergeant was fin- to be aboard. L 1 inP 1. *:
O M Rn *W Ied $15 and the woman $10. The It was believed the captured 7 4' .-
i incident occurred Sunday night Americans would be taken to .
at 9:55. Encarnaclon is with Co. Canton.
K, 33rd Infantry at Ft. Kobbe. Coote said when Applegate
An Airman lot class, Harvey asked his advice about the voy- p*
Rogers Myers, 22, was found Ege he warned him, but vhen
guilty on two charges. For speed- he seemed determined to go any- I Alw .oi '.lfi '
Ing at the rate of 70 miles an way I advised him the safest -1 .

ed to the 5'00th Medical Sad- a.. 'dTo i. "
ron at Albrook, for failing to MSU'A "l.:' ,
stop at a stop sign. ""o:im. IV W
Ihriffoffy to bit her Two trespassers in the La Boca *.-- F Year a
"t ssbor, e She s should Commissary were fined $ today. F5.V Ya
Sperspis to me 27, Panamaian, were KANSAS CIT.Mo. March 4 I.

but not from under the arm. Road, Agustin Hernandez. 3 was free today after a 16-year- : .." '.-' ... .' '
So k s cale. Is ib and Panamanian, was fined ,.3 '.old girl admitted she lied en.g
spoilispcty clothes. It leaves ----------_ she Identified him as her at-

w eog. Tau bod Discuss Moving nitenary on conviction e ra-
.,ou.Sm .rsu .a ,., Sitting Bul d Ben Tert- o '* '
eSd ans-perspirant that in- PIERRE, S. D., March 24 (UP) sentence to 20 years and Osca.
complete underarm pro. The governor of South Dakota had served five years Sthree

gur person wroteaawne t ih e
Gov. Norman Brunsdale that ItmOscar si today he wasi*
Iss reasonable" that Sitting mad at anyone."
SBull's final resting place shoUj RHetold Judge Te4, last
obe In South Dakota where he ,,1 ust trustd _In the I. .
was born, lived and died. feel fiItn my w i
SNorth Dikota state health of- day and J trustee Int
11lseauefor kkal fused to sign a permit authorla- The grtold Judgework
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Ing moving the remains from had been nduced"to ."enr4- "-".
the grave at o Yates, ND o -' -. 'y her twin brother
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