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

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01553

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If IeMentriLuti a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear th
.eMt dry. LteLr oare published in the order received.
S, PMleMe y to keep the letters limited to one page length.
IdeAntity of letter writers is held in strictest coofidence.
This newspaper assumes me responsibility for statements a pinions
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This is just the wish of a Panama Americen
ials on customers several times trying to collect:
MY WISH
If I Could Have My Dearest Wish
Granted Me Today,
I'd Wish That Folks Would Be At Honme
On My Collecting Day.
I o aid 'Q And Go Again,
TheA The Customers Will Say,
"Oh, Can't You Come Another Time,
We're Waiting For Our Pay."
I CalJ At Morning, Noon And Night.
There's No One There Today,
And Finally A Neighbor Yells,
S "Oh, They, They've Moved Away."
I Wish When ICall At Their Door
Receipt Book In My Hand.
They'd Have Their Change Al Ready -
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In JobAShifts
By PLtR EDBON

WASHINGTON --(NEA) --,
Meny of the reslnaflons of top
government officials now being
accepted by the Bsenhower ad-
minitration are Justified as
necessary In order to field a
- brand-new team. This said to
- be in line with he mandate 1t
the voters in the last election
* to clean house in. Washington.
Some of these re" nat.otI
are being accepted wit .lv
praise for the olitgoing ofcla
* There is said to be nothing a-
gainst their records. But he
Eisenhower leaders want their
own hand-picked men to run
the show.
To the career. puble serw..
ants the people who have
made gQvernment admlnistra-.w
tion their life work and wh"
expected to rise and eventual-
ly retire in the nonpoHtical
service of their country- thb.
story is somethiil else agair..
To thee people, some of the
transdfer now beina m d e
ook like pretty mesa firings.
The case of David L. C ote,
whose resignation as director of
Federal Mdtation and Conc-
liation Srvice has Just been-
accepted, is being cited a .the
No. 1 came of thi new trend.
Cole is a New Jersey Replbli-
can. Furthermore, he. was pick-
ed for this job by Cy0rus Chng,
another republican, who Cole
succeeded;
Cole was generally credited
with. having. done a god Job:
He was respected by boh e
ployer and union grIps He.
was named Director oncil-
ation by a Democrat i .
rtration, on merit. we was.


anything political about 're-
tirement?
wo other cases of ths kind,
with slight variations, have
cropped up in Department of
Interior. :,
SThe resignation of DIUn 8.
Myer as. Commissioner of Indi-
an Affairs has been accepted
by Secretary iterir DoigI-
l'- MIcKay. AtI Marion Claw-
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.. i:but Myerr gavr it a try.
Se. plarcemtwt maL y be iusuted,
l ut.it seesm hardly a -fair re
.. r LP ward for faithful service.
SMarion Clawson's removals
I'1'-brokln all then wonderful New Yea 's resolutions d rector af public Ulnds deprives
S *.yinl 'di rv'Ch, wetl.'l cai always start: evr-.~.xt OSA wI id aet th y nlo.a
New Years!" subject to which hi hs devot-
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AW But moving him to another
Answe to i* _.l- uf ;ob to make way for an Im-
S wintL OsIn I p lfied political auccesaIr
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VAwheL tr are loes experienced.
VIIv AL It k hard to asi how the gay-
3on th I Shoulder -- .9 n m t fga by this transfer,
t 2 Notih hm dn the theory that a gen-
nw a fine 3 Right length l king up 14 a good thing
Sof thread l organization, every so
Ift 4 Drift a
5 lMck I.. e cases ae not parallel
drink Ascended to the -removal of Claude R.
river TMonths (ab.) iWickard as Rural Electrlflca-
t Swerves .ti n Administrator. Wickard
rr Nested et 41FaU flower dt it tet ern e nt ma a
s IWith anchor 42 Narrow re Di DiAcate po itelani to be-
relr ii tly rMdai Seced imn ft id ndnt ooserelt's Sec-
SiP Sh U. 'anc euStly Egyptian bird 4 of = tre. As a pa-
S aUheny n aw In- p inured 44 Sl eeps SAtl Wicllkard .was
4Iud bary a ICj iee' y aY Inect 04Girl'snnamle ti the Republican
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deposits are acceptd-thru a period
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documents, in 4 diffWtent daui.
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Two oriing usrvijic '.'---- One Eveningl service
S.4ra1y 7O. pg.m. Easter Fibn.
S. HI ,Y *MAHAN
"YOU MUST Rtai:eW(PRE YOU CAN BE SAVES"
Sinay 8:49r4- "A~. IN YOUR HEART"
Rv. MC IAKER'.. Speaking
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Serves -will.be held on thhe lthet services. the h
sti19 1the Administration ao 7
SS.at Balboa Hei h.lts U0D ~.SAVIOUtt .
A pro ptly at :1 a 6 .m15 TW CUISTOBAL 4
ter ing. Waster Sundu wil I a 8u,.il ber at iM
nr, o .the Canal ne btiate at the plicopal Chure .00 a P; : a ,
le -epubUe of Panama of our 8aviour, New Crito -
and havem bi teto Wattend B With the following ervlces: .-.
Vibleb are 'P:ao mA MoM "
thlp Pacific sl oe mamiln with mermon: "Obtadlt at ils,
It eNew Life, New Power." R. e (IP.
ar, .open with A. Cookson l he the cale.. be rtd
re- Q 3 mn lbreoir: kh e alor chair will sag J.
ship fAr Ia, followed by the Christopher Marks Commmnon wards. *
10 ,-". I s-hip- by& Chapain DL. e i nF. 'fhe, Offertory An- A .L t 1jW
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dlyan sd a tisi2 thyle cn .g .o the m will be presented witth
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law "~ ~e re Wrpb 4: : the childrea'f. estival s.e4
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Branuff B.A. Manager Five L-749 Constellations wil
Mere For Short Visit then be withdrawn from the
Don Frefe, Braniff Airways'; fleet for return tothe makers.
'manager in Buenos Ai-res arrived K.L.M. will be the first com-
-in Panama Thursday from Dal- pany in the world to operate the
las, Texas, accompanied by his ultra-modern Super Constella-
S wite. Itions equipped with compound
Orefe was Braniff's manager engines; they will be put into
t In Panama before he was assign- service on the Amsterdam-New
j ed to Buenos Aires. The Grefes York route about August--this
$' will leave for Buencs Aires after of course depends on the actual
Sa short visit here with William delivery date and will later
^ Taylor of Braniff. miai:e their appearance on the
South African and Cura cao
FSlylng Dutchmen Will Link routes.
13 Cities In 66 Countries --- .
This summer K.L.M. will oper- I11l LL||CT C-.
ate a world-wide network of an UTH MILLETT Says.
services linking 103 cities in 66
Countries, the total route mileage
being 126,470 miles. rits
The tourist class was introducc- A wife writes
S d on practically all the services "I am sick to death of this
n Europe and to the Near East lk about holding a hand's
with effect from April I Th I'ove N\ love is worth JUst as
Fly Dutchmen" will also call uch as his And through the
at K lagenfurt in Austria and. ears it has become worth
ubect to government approval .nuch more than the original
-aehne irench rGuiann and vas. My love has grown with
If possible Naples and Barce- then s worts fa hi I than't
The new summer schedules, mine."
which come into effect April 19.
are stl=l based almost entirely on That Is just one letter from
the present K.L.M: fleet' con- Inde woman. But I have recent-
sisting of 70twin-engined and ly received a number of letters
sour-engined planes. expressing pretty much the
Of the 21 aircraft now on or- same viewpoint.
der, nine Super Constellations It's a healthful sign that
(out of the 13 ordered), two DC- women are at last beginning
6A Lifttmasters and six Convair to be fed up with the Idea that
340's will arrive at Schipol Air- if they don't knock themselves
port in the second half of this cut trying to hold their hue-
bands they are sure to lose
Y| --hem and it will be their own

S- Marriage Is usually as im-
portant to a man as to a wom-
all. Women don't drag men to
the altar. They go of their own
^ free will Like a woman, they
Want love, companionship, a
home and children. And that
is what they bargain for when
they take a wife.
4 A MAN EXPECTS AS MUCH
S AS A WOMAN
On nice feature of dictaolng
machines I tt they don't take i So why all this silly business
the croie out of the boss's trous- bout trying to hold on to at
Sn*** man? If marriage is important
S- ito him he'll be a good hus-
Sband. If marriage isn't impor-1
!! B tI t I hI he won't, no mt-,
Ster. what his wife does or
Doesn't do.
AKA IS And why should a woman be
SSmade to be fearful of the
u s years? As this wife says: "My|
love has grown with the years."
Any husband whose wife's
H 0 EUM love has g r o w n with the
years is a lucky man who ought
to have sense enough to want
l UP A I to hold on to a love that has
won foods and drinks, worry. over- proved to be enduring.
Work, mad frequent colds often put aI And any wife whose hus-
ltraln on tesKddneuse, adKdnd*' and band's love has grown less and
Acll2 e, srtroubles loudy Ursne o=aes; les through the years hasn't
1l Nights, Burning Passages. i.,l gor such a bargain that she
Ank" Rheumatism, s Puffy Eyhlids wnd should feel desperate about
ireenar1 before your time. Help your trying to hold on to it.
kidays Ustrif your biood with Cstexr. When women grow tip enough
4y6ee7 a1 ws ork helping your to realize that, marriage will
klds.ye S Wys: L. Cleans out poisonous
told. 2. Combatl germs in the urlnary become a 50-50 proposition.
ter A. soothes nUd cmai rrlytalo d They don't have to settle for
Stlu. And thu you quickly e on thl w e
r"ed to enjoylng lfe agln. Get Gystex less If they will wake up and
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MV. "DONGEDYK" ...........................April 18th
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ha offer for Sour flms andI
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WAWBINOTON, April 4 (UP)
-Interior Secretary Douglas
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money .request for next year.
and a Rouse Republican ap-
proprration chief said he plans
to ala It still more.
High administration officials
discie d. meanwhile, tlht the
adminetrton h a a abandoned
hope o cutting the prospective
defloJor the 12 months ending
this Tune S0 below the $5,900.-
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P det expert said unex-
peted t OMeas in income tax
refund, arI price supports and
foreign l ans have offset the
Elishower economy drive. They
alid Mr. Truman's estimated
deficit for the current year
probably ill come out "right o
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MncKay enounced he has
submitted a $553,00,000 ap-
propriation requt to President
Lenb er' dget Bureau-
nearly., nie per cent under the
$.00 T MI sought by Mr. Tru-
man tor the fisal year starting
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Chaisman Ben F. Jensen (R-
It.l of-the House appropriations
subcommlttee handling Interior
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expected to be the first money brunt of the slsuh.
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000,000-nearlv half a billion Capt.
dollars-the cuas in Truman eph JoIhnto, cutttr of
money r.?quests proposed by IX J. T.I WI Manr Muemhas%
government departments under pinlsed vP er a g. e aqIb
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proposed a cut Thursday of a- toot flukes. Wd bee a s lk
bout $51.000,000-7.6 per cent- bottom at 1 0yeat. But B
in Mrs. Truman's appropriation lonIr ago thi W e rens t SP iUp
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COJMEtCIAL &'. .Jor=vrslt*
F O PROFESSIONAL (i6 "
Household Automobiles o y.o er h e a lke )r. as.n FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond PROFESSIONAL *:o-'m be an uni m
_- -- -- -- Write Aleeelnaemee. EO Santa Clara. Completely furnished. ':00- As tI' rD ( )
FOR SAL-E,:-7-peCe Raitjn Ivilng- FOR SALE.-1952 Crestline vicloria 2031 -Z Asem:. C R. ock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves. 3- -:- L rCB 8,P-ORTa
room Set, 6Lstrrd, wth gross ug hardtop convertible, radio, backup -Bring your linen. Phone Dagmar's 8 get or :o
n& laenmore deluxe owsher, 75.- perfect. Sacr fce 51,900. Cost dues foat 1953? New members Daf 7gmarso
Stamps Best fde er $500 00 ights plastic coers Abslutely MEMBERS: Hve you paid your 2 gurnr Phone D70s. f L l r" ( )
on00 trKen -A. A 2.400 Leaving Isthhmus. 2-24-91 most welcome. Send dues to Cris- Phillips. Oceanside cottages, Santo aBUT-:- M
S00.Qtrs. 221 -A. Albrook $240 Leavng shmus. tobal-Colon Humane So:iety, Box Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone ReYmoJl LI TIM. Ahml. 8iO AurlClls O l Mlie
FOR SALE -Bendx Economat %ash- n 2675 Crastobal. Have several dogs, Panamo 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673. $* Pas-s^ |,.t CFf 5t aS y
er. 25-cycle. 10 months old $195 FOR SALE -1951 Mercury 4-door cats and kittens who would ap- COi T Ig t P am
00; 2 beds & mattress $12.00 sedan, 14.500 miles, radio, tum preciote a home. Help those, who Gremnlich Santo Cm sech- nt Sidinl. r-TbL the .
ea.; 1 drese.r ih mirror $10.00, signal, wsw.. excellent condition, cannot help themselves. 1ttqe1 Elctric Ice boxe, gas
1 chest of drawers $10.00; side- $1 .700 00. Phone Cristobal 3- DR. WENDEHAKE Mdcl Clinic 6 I el :
i39 DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic, -oves m t r e T e aeih ii, A ills'
brd $12.00; brary Central Avenue & K Street Corner, 6-441 GFmbl- r t i
$8,00; 1 enamel top table and- FOR SALE--1952 DeSoto custom- Telephone 2-3479, Panama. uaa d t, 10:- ony
chairs $12.00, all Quartermastel made 4-docr sedan, like new W lllam' Santa Clam Beach cot- o
furniture. 119-D Gamboa. Phone Equipped with radio, heater, seat FOR SALE toges 2 bedrooms, rfrlprotlon. 10 ..:Ow et
6-490. covers, puncture roof tires and un- Rockgas rongen. Balbo -8050. mEGs F NOVEY, INC. o 10 mn olne8 O
FOR SALE -K n m ore utomotic dercoated. [4 washing machine. 60 cycle, ,%,o 00 takes. Tel. 82-3168 days--
good condition, $00. Call Lt. C. 82-272 nights. SAVE YOUR MONEY, buying almost FOR RENT .ws. -. S s I- r, .
Turtlelotte, Amodor 4232 curt.ng FOR SALE 1947 Chevrolet Fleet- new tires of all sizes, just received e t
working hours. Other times. Kobbe r ster 4 door sedan. good mcha by Eisenmn Used Cars. Peru Ave. Apartments r A, 5: -A
61. na shape $650.00. Con be seen No. 8. Tel. 2-4516._______ FOR RENT: Two-bedroom, nicely VSYXI. .BA.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Laund from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. tr 540-B, FOR SALE: Unusual Opportunity rnished partmnt with garage. .hI.ppkl t Vl G* b t :. EVl a s
months old. Telephone 87-4147, FOR SALE.-1935 Ford coupe, for equipment in current use. Three nida Pen & 34th Street. Available Wir O m nd r lt6r itd
Clayton. transportation only $75.00; red- ting one trancribing and one the 15th of April. mythrn. 'Phon 2.41 0-- e
S FOR ALE:-25cce rfrigerator in wood slat screens for duplex. 2- cylinder shaver madtine with floor5ayt 'Phone 241, 11o- .
F gd condition. rPfrhgera slt scn stands nd d twenty-four new cylin- FOR RENT:--Furnished apartments, a63P, t PsmL a T
good condition. Phone 2-1954, 1759. eres. New value over $2,00000. $65.00 each, including utilities. ,* 1 B
611-B, Cocoli. FOR SALE.-1952 Chrysler Saratoga. $38000. Cash or t e m s. THE Telephone 3-2051 Ponami. .0 1
FCR SALE-Wardrobe, b u r au. 80-horsepower. 7,000 miles. Like TEXAS CO. IPANAMA) INC. FOR RENT.-2 rooms with kitchenI i
droplaef table, with 3 chairs, al new all extra. Webb Hearne, 83- FOR SALE:-Notional Co. and Col- service, furnished or unfurnished in I WMos o Ed Ex&
mahogany, good condition. No. 76. *8. lIns long and short wave receivers ood neighborhood. Jer6nimo de la b
Apt. 4, Estudlante St. Tel. 2-5087. FOR SALE--Ford sedan, good motor, All models on display. 45th St. No. Ossa Street, House 8 entrance I. I IN NiW AN
FOR SALE:--Couch with cover, cush tires, new upholstery, $225. Tele- 3. Bella Vista. Apt. 5. IrSJ-FF R0NITURE |r 13'
ions, new condition $35.00; large phone 3-3690. Panama. Bids will be received in the office FOR RENT:- Furnished apartment, a Islalsi ,ew
dcesser $12.00. Phone Coco Solito FOR SALE:-1949 Ford 2-door se- of the General Manager, Commissary including gas stove and refrigero- ,i -iI U f ar
5 8566. den Sgt. Lopez, Fort Kobbe. Tel. Division, at Mount Hope, Conal Zone, tor. to responsible tenants, prefer- WE f:1 aR L. LS-srV.
. FOR rSLE:-Semi-automatic wash- 5256 until 3:00 p.m. Friday, April 10, able Americans, at El Dorado
ing machine, G.E. -baond radio. 1953. when they will be opened in Eullding third floor CatlrJuon B i i M J l
both 25 cycles 9 months old. LE S S N S public, for furnishing 80 gallons of Sosa No. 22, Call Panamf 3-0990 S .1 '
t42 BeachDrive Cristobol. fresh bulk milk, raw or pasteurized, between 9 to 12 a.m. ond 1:30 to -. P- i
Spanish and Latin American dances daily (except Sunday) during the pe- 5 p.m. ,"
FOR SALE OR TRADE:-1 W estng- for girls and teen-ogers. Studio nrod April 16 to May 31, 1953. I4EUE- '
houserefrigeratorliknew; I Ch Hispono-Americano, Tel. 1153-B. Forms of proposal with full porticu- FOR E "
nose hooked rug, 9x12; 2 chairs, Colon. lars may be obtained in the office of FO RE
I htd table. 1451 Owens, Balboa the Supply & Service Director, Balboa O l '" .. S
R h!MARED COUPLESE--Sart vour own Heights, or of the General Manoger.ti c" "
FOR SALE:-Red leather couch and group; not less than 5 couples. Commissary Division Mount HopeFOR RENT:-Furnish
matching, chair, 2 cper end t- Learn Latin Amercaln Dancing. Caral Zone. clean, beautiful bloction, 46th St.
bt, 9x12 grass rug,'ond 5x5 gras Rumba. Mambo. 0Smbo and Tango. No. "7, Be0lV Vt
rug, all for $50, washing machine Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. Balboa "Y" FOR SALE: Baby crib, complete; N a Vista. t
available. April 30. Gomboa 6-466. $25.00 percouple for a 3 months baby both tub; ironing board. Bldg FOR RENT: -Furished too,. G.I: .SB
FOR SALE:-2 Venetian blinds 36x60 course. Join the fuA. Harnett & $66-C, Diablo. Phone 92-3043. Inspected, 1-r2 bl~ e ..f.i th-
inches $14.00; 1 breakfast set. 4 Dun"J FOR Av
choirs $20100; 1 green hooked rug FOR SALE s. T l.
FOR SALE I
$7.50. Te. 2-3310-.407-C, Boa- FOR SALE FOR RENT-F
boo. Motoryle Real Estate o
SELL OR TRADE;-for 60-cycle 9- FOR SALE:-- Mo orcyclHarley Do- 's wet sie Clu Ceele. Wm rerieatr Eas i..
ft. Westinghouse refrigerator. Easy vdson "74" cu. in. Hydraglide, eomi, own t tp buc. S ee .'i
Spindryer. Tel. Bal. 2491, onyfime. plenty of extras. First $750 takes o r C. F. H, Hu pe mise
FOR SALE:5-piece ;mahogany bed- t. D. W. KellsCurunduFire t- April 3- 5 cal Peaiem 2-j330
room suite; 6-piece bamboo, 3 o. Telephone 83-2212. -- Boats & Motoa Ld
strand, livingroom suite; 25-cycle FOR SALE:-250 c.. BSA motorcy- FOR SALE:--Cottage, bedroom, din- EoF &' 'mo
1,4 H.P, washing machine motor; cle $300.00 or best offer; 35 mm. ngroom, parlor. 2 miles out of FOR SALE:-Kohler Autdmntic oG
G.E. wishing machine; breakfast Mercury II camera $30.00, .22 J. Chorrera, situated on 10 hectares line Electric Plant 1 1-2 H.P.
table, 4 chairs; ten 54"x62" Ven- C. Higgins nfle $18.00, H. R land. Inquire Tel. 2-1945, Apt. perfect condition. 464.40. T
etion blinds; miscellaneous. In ex- Payne, 86-2238. 414 Panarl. TOex Co. (Panami) Lnc. Tel. 2. IF'A h "F :
cellent condition. May be seen any. .- _- 'Ii@ 0620. a n. Tl
time. House 8026-C, 2nd Street, FOR SALE: 2 lots situated in La L*0' rI
boe, Phone 2-329. Carrasquillo, close to school house FOR SALE: 20-ft. boot, 61.2
FOR S___,_1500 meters, $3.00 M2. Inquire beam, new cabin. V-8 engine, wa- I
FOR SALE:- Refrigerator. 25-cycle Tel 2-1945. Apt. 414. Pona,. tar cooled manifolds. Near compe-
Coldspot, over 9 cu. ft., all enamel. tian. $650.00 or bet offer. See at BekIAj to~, f Ii3 :
in A-I condition. Phone 2-4423 or tri $ Ga 6bor Y cht C o .
all t 0440-1 Anon next to 0 Rio AbD jo ChurCh Gambo 6 i490. A
Morgan's Greenhousel. Seeks D *n.n SA E:-Soulot. 22-fou a. *u o Pn
FOR SALE:-3-pc. plastic upholstered S On ti Very oo oondltklr. 2Au2 o lo o p.
livingroom suite $90, Frigidaire re- To Bury Member ry oo o. Navy 145.
frigerator 60-cycle $25; 2 bam- T B Member or. a Nav 3
boo -rugs 6" by 6" $3.50 each;
double bed $20.00. 121 Via Espo- Members of the Colon Church,if P
ia, Phone 3-4697. of Christ at Rio Abajo were
RSALE.-RefrigeratorWsoliciting contributions today to
houSe, 8-foot, 25-cycle, porcelain, .* bury Zaearlah Grant. a 70-year- ( Last.e fgr l dt h au- l"
75.00; des, 2 oc, kw oodold W t Indan who died We M ark et
.; desk, office, nesday. 15 minutes after he was a
fyewriter & well. 7 drawers, a9ifn admitted to Santo Tomas oh O;,u U. C
-520.00; radio. G.E. 25-cycle, table Hoanospl o f041o'.
p'&dle. $20.00; choirs, 2 Philippine Hospita.
.Iedalmo, $15.00 each; 8 Venetioan Mr. Ornt, who had been i l I
~o M old t:p oss 1.0 ,table rifor about two mon s left no r"Thisa s sp r wIh 08 4 .,
prr c t um, t16.00; $5,Survvors. Hee came to the Ith- eomfet .
.0tb porcelain top, $5.00; ta- mI about 40 yea ago. a atm." b
r dvie g.'h oakwood, i. $8.00. I aot4 -oofai g
e-C attain Aold U. S. COMnd I duty and will bet ns assre being re Holy Thursd y a
8"72 Morgan Avenue, f on Of urundu Heights, was celved t the Church on gth
n. 2S32n of rndA s"" n eight, UITSt reet, Rio AbaJo: At tba hoe A he.
..ommioned a second lleu- of the Rev. A. Victor, 20 -4Hth de o l
A E t e r a eStreet. RIo AbLj., telephone overcome O- D N mkA
W ANTED l ing, Ga., on March 27. He 349. and by Mrs. Baton at the w rd .day
rTt at z Sdthe On ftr e home of the deceased,o 2MN h
L V i~He IRu. b asmera Candidate School class. He 14th Street Io AbaJo.
Sus signed up for three years' of ac- wmyoth e.
:-.-C n old U. S. and tiev duty and will be assigned to "" Bl :
n s, write very brief the airborne infantry upon comrn-I -
S472, alo, C. p aton o training at the Jump LEGAL NOTIMiE l i
chool at Fort Benninr.e is tbe is the 4An1 BT C HFeim. Fi
am of Mr. and Mrs. C. Leigh UNITED STATES Op AMe CA
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ifcem balance, self assur- glesby residence. EDMUN De RCHR
rnd ballroom etiquette, along At the meeting Mrs. Hortenjsla No. 2a92 Cli" i,
FI1trot, Wa I t z, Swing. de Aleman wll demotral~l ClTAiTON
tL Vorsovienne, Rum- basket weaving and Mrs. Gla- ASIDE ADOII'ON
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45 p.m. Baboa "V" $20.00 bow La make line drawings fo," SAMUeL --. 3KEP .W
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nManagt Csey Stengel saysu BAT N c Aril u t -y
the New York Yankees will win HOLLAND, Mich April 4 te
their g at .ff raght American Chmp$ nds challmener rflded m
the *, the prediction" as t4 dged h3ow thile boin l his are er?
cwampld affect the"won't hurt" h -alft .
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McKeown and Roy no n Rocky Marclano i sith le t
i" perfect batting 11 have toapiok my club to win waeaeulad for a morning v-.. the bad nqa" r
r the ga, with three the pennant' says Stengel. lf It to th doctor wirose advice led plon. "They rsa
e ble t eramte I didn't, It mliht lose confidence to e potponement of his A- good punch wh B
r merzd out a in me." pril 10 out to May 15 because glove might o Bi tt -Ued
me with two for four Stenge, who sya the greatest of "ulcerated" blood vemsle in o much the wst ra In
elb with two for two danger t. the Yankees is care- his noe. Then he was slated to stopped."
att the plate whiles ls a de thoeLdneode o, cite fly tam N sw York, router to ahrlq.S~
mate Johnny P on several prin 4svelopments veation at hIs Brocktonm M .s., Tempher Chat i c t+tdiwE
with a bases laded contdbutlap to his optimism. hoane. wouldn't hurt ic tl-A -
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wore: They include the Ditching of lefit his cano swiftly after the help hi-." .


ab r h pe a Johnny Saln and Jim McDonald, po nent was announced, walot -
'eKwt, Sb 3 1 3 0 1 plus what atligel calthe re- ly. g laat night to Philadelphia suneaaro M
Y.OM, so S 2 3 1 1 cent imprvtt inVic Raacbl, on the way to hbis Camden. J.
@&*iawaa p 3 1 0 0 2 Alle Reynold and Zwell Black- home. that he was *W
Word, Ib 2 1 5 0 well... t4 ty of outfield The 39-year-old former cham- ed." As bhe b.* *s
, a 3 0 1 7 0 play, erne'Woodling's plon calle the postponement "a he aid hedn
rL 3 a 0 1 0 ...and thedtpqman oU MOc- bad break," but declared that ta "r ttlBlrd
-W M, 3b 3 0 0 1 2 Dougald'a *Jmroed fielding. he'd be "ready" whenever the tWfer a te a
aey, If 3 0 0 0 0 On the d M yesterday, the fght la staged. Marclano on the u. It' ab bd reak."
rf 0 .0 0 0 team d in of playing oer hand, had been afraid his
ettaq, rf 1 0 0 0 0 for keeps with regular aea- damaged nose would cause him ams Wun
s-on opening w near to lose on a technical knockout.
36 15 6 U He ald It was "just as well" the
--At Greenwood, South Carolina, fight had been set bac
FIRWMN the lead cla, handE a x But, fans wondered, would the ollo Hi15 khj
ab r h pe a times before Wbshigton came delay hurt the chances of either
if 2 0 0 1 up with a 9-8 viat over the hter? It so, which one- the lf TouIma n
S4 2 2 0 0 Cininnatl Red. Tddl Yoat -year-old Walcott, a veteran Vllf 1 1T1
S3 1 1 0 2 got four hits In tour at bat for warrior unlikely to spend the
2 8 0 Wahinto. ony Dxn sin- Summit H.ill Oolpf bWl ,
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sb 3 1 1 2 i2 sevth. GuMei two aole h for the sasl
3 0 0 0 doubles and a air~ft for the hld s eft
S1 0 1 0 Reds, while Cincinat's John raTma of t "iIIWk.
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BKING CHEERED UP as she left Albrook Thursday was polio
victim Mrs. Gerald Boyd; who together with her husband, 8/8St.
Boyd and two children arrived yesterday afternoon at Portland,
Oregon, where she will be hospitalized at the Good Samaritan
Hospital. Her husband has been reassigned to McChord Air
Force Base.


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Will Attack At Easter
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NALdOBI, Kenya, April 4 (UP) almost 150 loyal Eikuyu natives
--Briti troops carried out a were killed.
mercless hunt through the Many Europeans fear the Mau
ddesely wooded upland today Mau may strike Nairobi over
for Mau Mau terrorists a ire- Easter and they are carrying
posttrickled into this capital guns for the first time.
cit.that the orgahIi on plan Senior Brith officials believe
ned a amnaor atta on Nairobi the emergency is in its crisis
adter wee!-"id. riod, but there is hope the
ritlabh i -arv and civilian Sady war against the Mau
officials ordered stern security Man will bring terrorism to an
precautions, end.
police were stationed at all
keypnts Including jals, power RP Minister Gets
statt4, bxnks andct government K i Se r
oflt Amy riot squads too Mexican Award,
up at!tfefic stations.
U guards wUi patrol the H ds o u.S
li and night until April il0dS For U.S.
$.wVe Jomo Kenyatta, alleged
leader of the organization that MEXICO CITY, April 3 (UP)-
hb woarn to .tive the white Panama's Foreign Minister Jos6
man Out of 1 ,ga, is sentenced Ram6n Ouiado left last night
O Wl Oarguria. for Washingto after being e
e w vw arrested last year dur- corated with Mexico's Aatec
it "a ware of terrorism. Eagle award.
One conjaFi of the King's
Af*tca uQ killed five ter- The medal, highest award
rojesti sah U a W ano g battle on given to a foreigner, was pres-
the lIaui aresrve and captured rented by Mexico's Foreign Mn-
another wVhoW mabed to name lster Luis Padilla Nervo as "an
Mmo a itU Wksaaa and oath expression of the friendly ties
iverst.w .Yl alers who make that unite both countries."
nar .membeIr W6ar death to
t htte m:n...
oreVItMau Ma ha Shoestring Catch
been kld t tt pMat week.
ia F terrorist OSTON, April 4 (UP) -
S oft cre In which Told he had been committed
.to a mental hospital for I1
dayWb observation, Geage fK.
A ,b T lvlgsUton. is, removed a shoe
and hurled it at Manicipal
S-.Aat a a I' 5 Judge J. Joah Fox today.
MTh, lw Judge Fox, a former Boston
T:16 a.. .......... 1:15 a.m. University athlete, leaped to
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obtain hull benefit from his bottle
leOds. for LACTOGEN provides all
the advanlage of a lull milk diet
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Worki Harder Thc
WASHINGTON, April (UP) be driven out of the nation' a of M cademie f
FSI director J. Ed ver schools before they contaminate argMense of ome that
has told congress Cn- young men and women "t/ malaalte d e penmidf
munet are inriltratin.'every their pseudo- cience of M teol ii e Ih it
field" of American ac tArn4d lam." th]y Me mUon-bi
"enemy espionage r arn to our epntr
working more tensiv than He 4Iumflad s "ladvi e v sa ot o
ever before in V. 8. h .and a "aimervIe upon thb- 'ti d d fuBd ease wrew
Hoover issued these wailn ..
in testimony, published today .
before a House Appv prl
subcommittee.
The director asked that FBI
operating funds be oosted
$8,700,00 to $77,000,000 for thez
fisal year startinSi July 1
Explaining that the
for more money Is "duo
exclusively" to BN' mos
responsibility for i f
internal security ooer
that the Beecy e s
r efa M t tatemi
topeted today Uhna the t e
Seen at any preiOut
the history of4 t '-A -
Concernin Red nftato
Hoover told the con-n
that "the Communits te -
to every field of ativ.lt -
rights, youth g;,dS vetv
groups, press and radli aMd
vision, motion picture, poll
organizations .f very
wheeby they can proeyte
spread their to
tri e es."
In this connection o
sald Comunibt teachersahou.

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chthermhep wdacmt t~e

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purpoe ot hit to a A
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still a member of the judiciary
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men -At.'
He nnow is a surrogate detd
in Mineola, N. V. do$-
Hall said that h a't "dM
anyt hptoed ek qetioQ iof D
whether he had
totop a boom tpe in
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State.
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