The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01556
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01556
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in a = -&area' to prepare f .Iacha oof *ar. prisoners with the R eds If negliatumn are
succeed .aedlca4 reception wier l be et epm In cleared, barbedrytre areas to receive sick
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WASHINGTON, April 7 (Uf) President E .
shower oid today that Unfted Nations troops will lumr
rtmnai in the area "for quite s while" even if-
comes to Korem.
Tire President spoke prayerfully and
Koreoi4 peace prospects in an informal .ikTW' 5,
nations conference of tfe United Defmwsm*dL tk 3
cessor to the United Servike Orgaoniztions of
War II,:
Earlier, the White House had s" the Prade *
viewed the agreement on exchange of ill and w am
prisoners between the Alies and WZ Comnmunists in
rea a "encouraging." o
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ru t ea a nd Desa, ". a ere.i
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re ml that "we ., i a ,ItM ermBnZem and'our
war KIui on.-" : and tbhoe of AHlies Ii
Even if peace eafto te- /t stay i that regi'o4 a'
rea, "qur men and of t w a hl." he said
Allies will have to vTW In that a4

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(UP)-Crown Prince A of
ted Japan left here, by shli the
United States leat Sigu ton a
d next lap of his long jooaeY to
Iy London for the coronation of
Queen Elizabeth I.
The teen-age heir to the Japa-
nese crown waved -to In
di- crowd gathered at d 04.
sho his ship, the uwi.T
Ia. dent Wlson, depc I
I to Francisco at 10 p.m. "
Ind. As the Wilson pulled
from the dock, AMk*h .
Iid. paper streamers frz
na which, touched. offt4
y among Japanese-litaJX
d&wUbelow. Shouts.
aWd fMred the aur. T.
ita- due to arrive in P4 d l
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tha while the iSteamAhip fine Ia
heated rimarily for employes
tefullet usa most be imade of
Its JacUltte tIn order to reduce
opLating costs as much pa pos-

k4 pointed 6ut that space not
it for Canal employes and
t mea uould well be Sid
to cpamengers who
vwas asmuMnce of return pas-
age, ~ th resultant increase of
n but that priority will be
liveO to employes at all sea-
son of hbe year provided they
give adequate notice of their
travel -plans.
A new system of space reser-
vations, within the Line organ-
liation, has Just been estabiah-
ed, he said, in order to obtain
the flWe4t ap *ef the three ships.
* An allota pt of cabins on each
ashld reserved for assignment
Le Ga oae office to em-
The rnalaxing cabins are
aed among the panama
Lne's repreaentaTve in Panama
, the agent iat HA and the
pLuengere agent In New .York. As
early possible, minimum
fare, L e., 8O' Wper-preron rooms.,
are held for empoWeas In order
to cqt their travel coasts.
Under the 'new system, red
Well, steamhkip ticket agent in
t aCanal Zone, will, release to
New Yora office each Fri-
day all space on the hip sailing
northbound 3 weoks liter for
which he does not have employee
reservatIMoI. This releed space
will then oe available Uor com-
mercial passengers
The new olteum mezsm, the
Governor e, aaned, tWat em-
pluy must mruTuW f -.traws-
bodspod mom* taa,. weeks a-
date In order to be, aumured of
pace. ___

Attorney Colins
Files Appeal
To Circuit Court

The Order espaedlng at-
I ornery John o. CoW4 from
ea og3 ing law in 10e Canal
M so r two yearFus w as -
Cmicuit Court of Appeal" t
New Orl'a'a-

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u 1e0 bead.
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aday on a oatesup-t o court

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that peace dges ."
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ed fat ve years. He wars ji t t.h-
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Another oefendant, Alfonn fenda
Marshall. 3 es given a two- one leer grma
year penAtabtly setence Bu*- take Lea t e m
pendqd je ftwy years for -as- tbieyeg."
eaulW Qaiqpowstv acid." CIre added that 1 W
Marhl threw of cable hcaused ua-sf a s -g
with whom he has been U Sidg 5. 8. TOemealB b
Mr t ..5 nn a& .wao pa IMt% .

for fte paat year. AR ough hIer
hand and face were burned, she
has completely recovered. The
incident occurred March 11 out-
side the Pafic Clubhouse.
In court Ik was brought out by
Public Defender William J. Sher-
ldan, Jr. ShUa the defendant
claimed tie acid bel~ged to the
victim. 81w kept it aunid the
bed, according to Marshall, ad
threatened to useA It on him
several times.
Ricaute CeHM 22. was given
a three-year penitentlary sen-
tence m d five years
for attmpte4 burglary, on the
condo that turn to the
court me th-to submit &
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?-1J H SlOne O. Iox 194. PANAMA. R. P. And
L 'rLMNON PANAMA NO 2-0740 1a LiNESs And
S34. MADiMM AVE. NEW VYOK. 1171 N V. Yr'.
emoAs. IA"VAN so0 240 oo By Victor Riesel
m':dical specialists in tortu re
considerably longer to break
M A I 0 Ilosn captured Americans than
S E A It took to brainwash their own
S- o But the Peking secret police
A succeeded so effectively in their
The Meil Box is an open forum for reader of The Penam Amer day-and-night mental pressur-
e* Letters en received gratefully and ae handled IN e wholly conl- ing of some young American
i "dlel emner. prisoners-of-war that the So
Sa eenu Ibute a letter don't be Impatient i it doesn't appear the vieezd Chinese motion picture
1 si. ,Ntears re published in the erder received. Industry has been able to tea-
hy to keep the letters limited to one page length. ture tnese U.8. officers In
of letter writers s held in strictest confidence. tu'l-length anti-American film.
Swspoper assuumes me responsibility for statements as pinions Even as Red China's premier,
npemed IM letter frs reeden. Chou, begins to coo of 'peace',
this movie written around
torture induced confessions
LET'S ALL STICK TOGETHER by our Imprisoned GIs is be-
Diring shown around the world,
especially in Asia and South
Your column has recently carried a number of letters regard- America. Prints of the film
ing statements made by Auditor Newman. Some of these letters are being flown out of Peking
show a woeful lack of knowledge of fact. right now In a global props- .
The letter signed -Taxpayer" overlooks the fact that. New- ganda effort to whip up world
man is also a taxpayer, and that, as a citizen he is entitled to hatred agals4 us.
voice his opinion. Apparently no one was concerned with his ac- Produced with the aid of the
tivities while in the Canal Zone, nor in what manner his duties top Red Chinese movie director,
were accomplished except the GAO. As far as investigating New- Chiang Chun-halang (who also
man goes, remember the parable about casting the first stone I directs propaganda in the 0--
In February, a letter signed "Curloso" pointed out the fact rient for clemency for the
that the Board of Directors of the Panama Canal Company were American atomic spies awaiting
a priveleged class so far as charges at Gorgas Hospital were con- death in Sing Ming), the pie /
cerghd. It also stated that "When any employee of the Canal re- ture makes us out to be beasts I
seleu this service he is charged, and hqw" Haven't other citi- planning the death of millions
senwempipyes of the U.S. government been charged, and how, of women and children through .
eoinkred to Panama Canal employes? ge-rm warfare.
A ew high in vituperation was reached by the one who sign- Reports on the film h av e
ed A "Just Another Government Employe." Could be it is he came in from labor leader a-
the'Ruslans capitalize on. To deny that here is a caste system broad who have seen it and are ..
between U.S. citizens employed by the Panama Canal and other worried by its anti American
governmental agencies in the Canal Zone is so much rot. The Impact. There is also a print of
eitxam is. and always has been, fostered by the 4anama Canal. it in Washington.
The gentleman evidently does not know that military trans- Among other ghastly things, ...-
Srtatlon Is not available for purposes of ordinary leave, nor does this movie reveals that civilian
M know that U.S. civilian employes or other government agen- Americans hel 1 pe d prepare it
are not only charged higher rates for education in toe Canal and appear in It. One Is Joe '
iode schools, but that they also face the same prbllfe does Strobin, Peking oqapondent
sending their children to colleges or univeratie. the lptates. of the Daily Work T A
For most of his 30 years here, he has bein exempt, has There is one pa ly hot-
eted his differential, and has enjoyed cheap.ransportation riflying shot reveal the to- Pas i T h
hospitalization, and has enjoyed numerous other privileges, tality with which So et mental
udinR the Panama Canal leave system, at the explie of the torture, modified by Chi n ese B B RUARK
teside taxpayers. brainwashing tehnue cn
With regard to Post Exchange and Connmissay Sales Store brainwrolman'shing technique, c n
veleges the Armed Forces personnel supposedly enjoy, do you out his past. N
that not every U.S. citizen employee is entitlWd to these The scene is. shot in a long ammunitiW YORn s.-Thortae whoops and hollgethers over than The first
eges? Do you Know that the Panama Canal Company ha barrscks Theae ln tble og ammunition shortage in Korea, together with the lantic had ver
attempting to yopush through regulations to deny civilian em whas barracks. There tables on pullback of en. Jimmy Van Fleet, when he hkd of it was co
n attempting these privilegeush through regulations to deny civilian e- whih ae g asses of beer. eat- the Korean Reds on the run, are just two more calibers and a
D6 you know tnat an Army operated Clubhouse was forced ed on benches, dresed in the aspects I cannot understand about a war I never we had a ster
stop sales of cigarettes and merchandise, candies and other added, nondescript unite r underatdod from the beginning. 1900 model fiv
atl because it was underselling your own Commissaries, and t Chines a f fe ct i cold The ammunition thing interests me particular- body's courthc
S tall articles sold there now must be at an equal price ta those weather, are Am erica i GI. ly, nd selflahly became. I had a lot to do with
in the Commissaries? Four are featured in this plc' amino in the la one and there ablils a emd I reckon-I w
Do you know that the Panama Canal has literally forcedture which the Peking proa-" to be enough of it around to supply us and the officers who
r agencies to manufacture items because of the exorbitant ganda commissars call "The Allies with enough left over to bow up a. few old sterA gun'
s@ when purchasing such items jrom the Panama Canal? Even Truth About Bacteriological friends. of owde
e C.overnor admitted that in nis recently quoted statement in Warfare. In World War II there might have beenome cle, and we
Waington! Suddenly one of the four foul-ups in getting the stuff from astrage depots ter
Sjjo you realize how much business the Panampa Canal has in American officer,- arls.Ues. to the troops, but. there. wasn't much trouble in When we e
t due to such practices? Only lately there -was the case of ao a trance-li k e, evangelical getting the stuff across. Even in the earliest days m nt Oin
t Colombian ship. Iashion, he 'Confesses." of the rou0h run, to Musmnansk, we lost Ships tons l
d g ae that we s 1,d all stick together qu bene- I hope some day t, marry butMe s lt tore ua
do It ts t lt the present ticU y oiphal man," he says an deotiAr anof t a
Othe Panama C many must be Isit-. 0klg irto the camera. "When g4m.^ Whe 0
now stand, without a united front, it is posble to refute I nave a child, how will I ever rane ads pure I
Charges made by Newmaln. be able to face that child and lemr of suppi o :was cow i .
We must have equality in leave, taxation, transportation, tell it what I have been doing The hie s tde, ry W. e1t 01l"
education, hospitalization and all otner privileges. Tne Canal in this War when I know that in the o war wa submar,,tbm and tb ae hia~
Is just as healthy or unhealthy lor one as for another. Why I have been a criminal in the been no wolfpacks of suba to conquer In tomi ,-o. Oernm 'bhd
Ourselves? frce of the world?" There was a time, in 1943, when yon coua-4ta- .amIA euevo
O o e- A Bystander, frog the Atlantic on peris opes. w w till
< Then a second Amerecan of- managed to get the stuff across and Ino docks. There ,Iwas
fleer confesses. But Int6 his I remember that at one point, the subS were so rpt yard Of
S' hyp le talk e ps phrase thick that they littered our- 3i6t. Goasl wlth A
SCHAPEONES ON THE t em et h S of the masts. At the naval base-In New OrebajI had senw s
OhS : Lj5L. I "' Vd o Soviet revotl maries. the duty one night and hecied ot a % ttIa whe the o
S" e ." The pisuoner-of-war says he was taking a ship down the aMilNMsppL Se l aft near
Hats off to Mr. and Mre/Cotton Mr Her,. Mrs. Nbrapnel and has come to a "thought con- before midnight. We
SWho chaperoned me vacatiendn taen-agers at aita Clara elasone." T hat wordage re- Next afternoon, I saw him sroll Uto the of- Blserte
year. They did a marvelous ]ob given though there wtre veals he has been handled by fleers' club for the 4:30 dI6h at 8t, as not. b ,
elder age groups present who tried to break into the tee- '.he Uovietised C h in se in "Thought you went to sea," somebody sa. I reambit 1
aeirle and initiate cause for vicious scandal. Thanks to the brainwashing. "I did. the officer said happily, ordering a provi ft
ea all unfortunate situations were avoided. What is brainwashing? double dip of bourbon. "There was Jerry hitting ed reet
fanta Clara affords a rare opportunity for students In the My old friend and colleague, at the mouth of the river. 86 blew us up as we ut with o0
:to enjoy school vacations. It is regrettable that incidents Eddie Hunter, who wrote the came out. -- PIttlo to t
past have restrained some parents from I1Wng their chill- first book on the subject after "We swam ashore and they sent a plane for us bcan war an
enjoy this vacation paradise. It is fortuzs however that three years in the Orient and .here we are agalW, with survivor leaVe and Seems a litt
i re people like the aforementioned chsaKm Aa who are t"Brainwashing in Red China") a new gear allowance. Oh, boy, what a convenient o th troops
to give up their individual vacations-for pke of pro- tells me that he has been Inter- war." war seem a lit
our youth. Let's hope that we may all fe ee to send viewing a number of Americans
spring to Santa Clara in the future without r that wno were "Brainwashed" re-
willauffer any moral deterioration. cently but succeeded in escap-
ing China. All reveal the same
Thanks chaperones. technique.
An App Mo They report they were kept
-- -- hungry all the time, never get- < t -...,
KAnswer to Pre ItiS ting a sufficient diet. They were
Combinations aged all the time, never be- BROADWAY LOV5R LAN "NO
MbiM. ^ OmDH RmonS s SI^ n rinie permitted to- get enough You keep the t$1ryo l nt to keep- Preosp--li
l-g permitted gp.et enough Match folders ff0g5 t)- i u. JA.
IQ OTWAL IS Messure of N i3 | .. They were constantly being Where we spent et v sortls out Poi
S1 type (pl.) l harassed and pushed into meet- So many famous fee... l"Tti. i m
'l.dkins a, nd.'0 ECommunists A aeigs, hours upon hours of dis- And keep the otaild ga
-aces" munt ^ cuasion on politics, the- work- (That night yota IbO ) .." k ay'si,
'etd Riding 61 Promptly e S I S Ing class, the class struggle, ex- You want this aMgng li The t.io wa
5d-and VEITICAL rDI| rotation of the people and so These stubs frtA "0th .P"cf? Iinoe upln
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Ud3 3Kind of bean Z ^as E vThis combination of pressures They clutter Ua --h B"
ig 4 Decree put them In a state of wakeful Im not so sS
lim 5 Know (Middle hypnosis. Then the brainwash- (Especially my -. S
and English) 24- and 40 Guided ers would give them a tremen- For Gosh Sake 10i gt I r ... igl
and, CTitania and lasses wrongly dous number of details-mostly O'wanl You ko 'eelp.I tUat 2
-l&uMidet 25 Aid and 43 At no time true. But these details formed Adt DneI't kelp l .
-l SizjUon *Undecided, actors 46Ja{nes roneously. In such a state of -
Sthe 2Priestly rice wine mind, falsity and fact begin to After Her Ld i
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6 Tilder nt Arm of the (comb. form) derfed and sleepy, but always .n
20 Active Mediterranen52 College of cal scouSoef the threat f phy- Libral)
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casually, a badly mauled prison- The Mme Mt
tab.) c oer who had not coopSted. Or The Young Co
-they withheld even the meagre defended ro -
S Robert Ryan, one such A Right) Jospnep ..
smere c d edivilian who e a ct 1- t J asln
Swas drugged ever meso drAstorwho At
,..--to the but enough for himb to le w by Broom. i i
fthe reonasebusnees In his greggy
and 1brainaainhe e showed him a Land. [uSn. ci r&ll
Scontesl on his own hand. ing hour, i"
wr-- tinag admittin to charges

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pB i ---rwhih hie hadop, ed a Hwhile Raml&nGary

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S(UP) -Some 40 congressmen
are expected to be on hand here
today as "spring training" gets
underway for the lawmakers' an-
nual baseball classic in Washinf-
ton this Juae.
No one explained how spring
practice durig an Easter vaca-
tion would ready the representa-
tlves for a game weeks away, but
the solow hoped to be able to
get in shape in thie for an ex*
hibition game scheduled here
Friday night.
The congressmen, who Insisted
they were here to Juice up" the
grapefruit circuit, will practice
dally at the alivelnd Indian
farm ysteAm training amp. A. S.
Herlong (D-Fla.), wl mane
the Demociats and C. W. B ho
(R-Ill.). will pilot the Republi-
Non playing representatives
also arrived 'to cheer their party
teams and lso take advantage
of the holiday paid for the mnost
part by the Daytona Beach
Chamber of Oontmerce. Rep.
FranK C. Omsers It. (R-NJ)
announced, "I'm going to be bai
A eonsonMial golf toumna-
ment, a fiadng trip, sightseeing
tours and a barbecue in nea
St. Augustine will round out
week of activty. The Chamber of.
Vommeree also threw In a book-
let entitled. "How ito Live 10

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YWOOD iNEA) Ex- too much. somehow aged herself
Ty Yours: Percy Kilbride from within. It was amazing."
Jarjorie Main agreed to do
and Pa Kettle Hit the Road" Dee Dee Barrnmore. John's
-1d- only after big salary daughter, and comedian Lew.
The pair are the most Bedell are an altar threat. They
stars in Hollywood. with were Introduced by Cara WIl-i
r ts to choose their own daysilams, Dee Dee's new sister-Iln-
oan early daily quitting sched- law.
a and a say-so on story points.
1 Removal of John Buckmnaster.
bride's even transported to Gladys Cooper's sorn. from the I
rnfrom the studio each day In role of Caligula in "The Robe"
muine a courtesy even Is almost a parallel to the Vivien I
n te ana Turner. Loretta eight headlines. Ironic twist Is,
TongI and Jimmy Stewart don't that Vlvien saw him only a few,
rate. hours before her own emotional.
.,o. I adorer in Margaret Whit-
ing's life-and the reason why' A Sunset strip drive-in is ad-
intimates are saying that her ,erising "Cinerambur g e rs -
separation from Lou Busch is They's Bigger."
permanent-is her young agent.
Jerry Devine of This Is Your Mitzi Green Is admitting that
FBI" lame will produce a movie, she's Interested in the talk that'
"Babes in the Woods." In Irelandshe would be perfect for "TheI
this summer. Few people remem- Fabulous Fanny," life story of|
ber, but Jerry played Mary Carrs'sFanny Brice. but she says that
son in the famous 192( movie re-creatng Fanny's Baby Snooks'
classic, "Over the Hill. character on TV is absolutely'
Deanna Durbin. hubby Charles out.
David and her two children arel Claudette Colbert will star In
London-bound to see Elizabeth one of the three episodes of
crowned. They 11 return to Holly- ..Women of Destiny for Pierre
wood in late summer but not for The other stars are M .
Deanna to make her TV debut. hle iMorgan and Sylvana Pam-
Iahas been rumored. panini, the Italian beauty who
"I've officially retired handmade the front pages by calling
movies and TV are out." slim and "larkd toGable moand Charles oyer
beautiful Deanna told me when i too old" to e movie lo s.
I quizzed her about the video! Dale Roertseomvows that he's
talk "I'm one of those lucky peo- and
pe_-I' f found happiness with a' I metRta Hay-wort. and'
Wonderful guy and a family. Ritapea M she han't even
I seen him o a movie. So that
FMI S-THE END should take care of rumors nIk-
ing the Sua...
ye-poppwti note:.Dea1 Mar-
tyand Jerry Lewis wilU get $50.- Doroth Shav willU be one of.
0 a wek plus a 70-30 split of the. stars in.eorge Jessel's mov-
the gate when they play the Ne John
Trk Paramount theater in Au- "Rip'Va Winkle -.. John
R. Dean. an expectant papa WaI has a bw flnanculG chunt
,eps that th e bab ill be named beingbuilt in Acapulco Hey
Terminaire-Italhanlfor .abso-_ Lamar says she's raisedthea
l at lryth eorend.greenbacks to produce "The Sto-
lately the end. rof Esther" In Italy and Eng-I
ll Rogers. Jr.. has the plot of land. But flmst she'llstar in a TV;
ext movre aLl pcked out- series to be fitmed In Rome....
story of famous westernCBS Comic R Ballance says he
Charles Russell. NowTs a- n bum prob emd- y
W^arner Rros wife is eyM e? mcal. We do
..arner.ros without near eveth I
Overheard: "She has a bus- need" ... Recommended l e
band? No kidding? Whose" : Dinah Shore's new disc,
S No ,, os Sweet Thing." it's sweet warb-
Jean Simmon i.s still easpinm ling.
about Teresa Wrlaht playing the
role nf hpr nin'l'r in MGM i
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Rail worker -last month were
'granted a four-cent pay increase
as a reSult of Increased produc-
tivity, boosting sterage hourly
earnings in the industry to about
$1.90. Today's reduction meant
that the' workers actual increase
for the year sao far Is one cent.
Rallroad management estima.
ted the new cut would lower pay-
roll costs by $90,000,00 a year.
The bureau brought back Its
"old" Index for both January and
February after dropping It last
December for a more "modem"
method of priest living costs.
Prealdent Eisanhower ordered it
revoked for six months at the
urging of ran unl.- o and auto
Ironically, the rail workers
wquld have *aken a cut of only
one cent an hour if the modern
index had been used. It covers
more items than the old and
fe6d costs do not piay as prom-
inent a part.
The "new" index Issued last
month showed a 1.4 per cent
drop In food costs. Today' Index
showed that all prices fel L6 per
cent from November to February.

Dancing Practice

SThe regular practice of the
Magnolia Dancing Club will hold
at the Pacific Club tonight com-
mencing at 8 p m. Members from
slater cluns are Invited.
Martin and his orchestra will
furnish the music.

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Theat 1,300,000 railroad
work~ took a three-cent hourly
wage Ott today as the govern-
ment reported a sharp drop Itn
1I particularly food
Some 50,000 textile workers al-
so 'WAu ke a pay reduction of
two cats n hour.
Rail and txtile wages are tied
to the "old-type" consumers
price Wdex Issued by the Bureau S VE TW P-(.W
of Lab 8r statistics The bureau ONE VEHICLE SOLVES TWO PROMtWg8'-WIh'Ji
rer iatthendex atood at lent trackfacilities stopped Federal Germian RalLway
118.6_ .cent of the .1935-39 going to certain sections of the country, the
Dprit~eS kv4 0 Web 15, compared came up with this unusual vehicle. It is a raik oed Car
wt fi n woem pe r d be converted to a bus by raising the steel lroe wab -
It .i a, ari drop in food lowering the rubber tires. The rail-bu is mo I bs!l~e ll
Im ,'mret caused the International Automobile Exhibition at Fra k ,olu
inde to fall ar enough to force .
the r1edgUto!s In rail and textile
wages. T bureau added, how-
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off now and are expected to re-
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No. 12,179 Central A\e. - 4in

Salon de Belleza Anfericano

No. 4 TIvoli Ave.-Phone 2 2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street

fourthh of July Ave-Phone 2-0441

Agencia Internacional de Pil
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phc, c i -. 1:3

Carlton Drug Store
10059 Melindcz Ae P1hon 21 5 .', i

Propaganda, S. A.
* :4 Street corner Estudiante St.
Foones 2-2214 and 2-279

Households A,.lomnobile.s W.-I .; S ,' wiidSng pobled Wiare SantCl Beach .
J ... -Write Alceles Amolo meisou. LBe toges. 2 bedrooms. reftigeration
'R SALE -. Re ger. ''- ''LI 1947 Ch.. c.er FleeN- 720' Are. r Z Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050
Coldspor. ,r <' -. i. -- "e'l mat er 4 doer sedan. good mcho-- -- Except week-ends
I A-I condc .. -0. rcl ..hope $650 0. Can be seen MEELI.S. Have ,uu pa d your c
al A cal. A,. e.. 1 C o 1.4p o m.to8 p in Qtrs b-0-B. dues for 19~." New membersFOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
call at 0-. .h. mo r vejco, e 1J dues to Cris- Sonta Clara. Completely furnished.
Morgan s Gf...e, ..ouse . -- _. --..... tabo-Co'on I:. ,Soc.ely, Box Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
FOR SALE -Re. rgercto,. 25 c .les. Of ,Lt --PONTIAC CATALINA 26, 1 ,' b.i. i e .e~e,1 dogs. Bring your linens. Phone Dagmar's'
excellent running condir.on $3' 00 DELUXE,. Hydiamatic. radio, two- coas cnd I, tc hi. ,Aculd op- 2-0170.
Call 83-2151 P A D.' durr.g d, Ic,.,e 3000 miles. nl on' precote a home lIe,p ,hoSe, who enyour week end at Caino Sant
hours.. .ol. Duty paid. House 760-C Bar.'cno ep pe your week end at Casio Santo
SALE - -ousehold gds. foam'heeb9 Street, Blboa. Phone 2984 I c _Clara, cabin $4.00 oa couple. Dance
9W SALE --Household goods. Joam S '9 --- -- IeDR" WENDCti.*;._ ed,cal C',nic,, music byCasino Aces.
rubber single no atres. IshigFO R SALE 1951 Fr. Excellent R W See Corner. PHILLIPS Oceande Cottages. The
tackle ladies rilhd boots. book-' connd,ton. $4.175. Phone 2-4479. 1 Central A'r. PC.Street Corner. oPHILLIPS cortnScane Cottages. The
ca. lamps Q.s 23B Locono.i -. Teep-.: nam only ourt in Santa Clara with an
.laFOR SALE --1941 Bick. Tel. 4223. W-he pc,.v ,hdsfr- l O.eonview from all oottages. Steps
-P--one cddman m'- __ I Quarry He;ghts. 8 a m. to 4 p i ll t lr h a'o asd hi trere-eato
FOR SAL -- ,-p.ece mohogon, bdcl- or see ofter 5 pm. at house .1o p ,redc t c Sant. Clara to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration.
I.b -e npleose c.-e-...i ,1 e ,- fhe has the botbecue oni shuffle board. Pah-
room suite. 6-p.ece ban oo, 3- 38 li Sireer Panama ___ right o ,e. Ct.. Cano Santa C'ara ama 3 1877. Margarita 3-1673
stand I.vi.rgroom. s.r. E. aih" FOR SALE -Ford, '46 rrodel. 2-door Box N 435 Balbooa.
ing mIachne, 0 -U 4xb2. ene- ~,. good shape radio, best oifer SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
tian blinds. 25-c,c1e electric cloc, 2 t recIers .38 S&W. 1303 Old FROM PANAMA TO MIFXICO raomlich SJ Ito Clara beech-
electric fan. floor larr.p. In e l ICr'obol rm 123 -one way $8:, round yip 135 (15 cottages. letri ice boxes. gas
lent condition r.O,, be seerr Of.- day-hlimi >1d6900, good one *por, levnes, mderat-e votes. Telephone
time, house 8L-'2-CL rd ;. :. Mi- OR 5ALE OR TRADE -1949 Chev- to LOS A ...LES, one way, $149.15.1 6-441 Gambee, 4-567 Pedro Mi-
garata. phone J -io role Conserlble. ne point job Irund tr,ap, 1252.35. 90 dey-Umitnl. guel.
----- du, paid. excellent condlionlPeagme I-. ,jch Service 36 Avealdl --------------
FOR SALE. Vanrly direser and 59 '000 Tel 86-5230 Albrook Necineal iAulameblle Rew). Tel. FOR RENT
barncn, round nr...ror 4B ,nchet d..- F.eP iAr.,- T.me,. Panama 2-1655. FOl I
S eintiEr good cordilton. Lr IumI. b ... .. A-
'.3-21 FOR ALE -1950 Dodge coupe Cor- Troael va AREA." "the Route of the HOUSes
A-tr rr- - ounri. eiceller,r condition, al.o a Good Neighbor." NO INCREASE
IPR SALE Furn.ture fur hv.r.g-I 1]4 8 Studebaler Charrp.o.i w.th IN PKICES:. ..FREE MEALS... FOR RENT: Chalet, 2 bedrooms.
room. d.n.ngrom and two beu-I rod. Both cars may be tnanrced COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI, Ingenio de Vista Hermoso No 65
Srcon-. .:nplete. Price :,0. ele Pceat for quick sale Call 2- $7000 ..NEW YORK, $114.00. Call Clayton 2212, 2 p.m. to 6
__hone -Iv-9. even.n. 269 or see at 1524 C Galan .. GUAYAQUIL. $80.00 ..QUI- p_ .m. *
R ... Rocke,. :; .,0. Dresser.' Area Balboo TO. $86 00 Round trip to MIA- FOR RENT:-For two months, Chalet
t0u.\ ardrobes 2. 5'. Ch.na clo- FOR SALE -19'7 -Pont r- MI. $126 00 .NEW YORK, in Cerro Campano with oll modern!
.ets. \ Oak b.atet. e00 Dou- ble n . n..TOa C ..i- $214 CO -GUAYAQUIL S144.00 conveniences. Apply Motores Na-I
tle .... con .ple.e im 1 U', ond.tor el. 2-4721, ot n.gh .. QUITO. $154 oP0. BOEING 4- clonale,. S. A., Automobile Row,
Smc .. ,* -r. 0 cr- "o".m to- e.,-4; a engine planes For more details see No 21.
ble, -V. Vane. I I.,_., -y..grn, .. PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE. 36 --
cho. . o. o,- ', Iv. FOR SALE.-1952 PONTIAC CATA- Avenida Nocional (Automobile 'OR RENT.-15 April-15 May, fur-.
ua, :e"- >,o)e- oC m"' Mel- LINA DELUXE, Hydromotic. radio. Ro, i. telephone 2-1655. nshed 3-bedroom house. No. 810
1,:4oI 2, Cr.b crr-pi two-tone. --3000 mles l 6 'SonnBy ," Porque Lefevre. Tel.
4S.35Cu aoder a .zehars.Ia months old. Du paid House 60- M :ee EGinO a Sheduled a t34. Mrte.F
NO M WN iR ARCA: CBorneby Seet, Balboa. Phone held the fllowing Thusday, 1. ApIri, FOR RENT
W, ________ 7:30, Chive Chiva eClullleu. All
!'i OR CREDiT FOR SALE: 1949 Plymouth club U S. ct,zen federal emp!oyes wel-
L.A SH OrLD EXCHANGRED coce. ada, seat covers, under- ....-r cXCHANG I r or .d,oner, good tres of Federal Employe. FR RENT: Furnsed artments
SCar n exceponal shape See at ror o2 uples, .$65.00
MIndB Sr,. Ancon $15 FOR SALE 75.
ul r. de to OaI'F -nnd, Ancon 15 utlits. TelplpOno 3-4L"
;0peo evearyday trom 8I .m. to 12 ishoomill.
aen e nd 2 te 6 p.m. 2 WANTED -Mificell.aneou FOR RENT:-Semi-furnishef apolt-
a d AiUiDA1'S ALL DAY. Au mobileFORSAL Unusual Opportunity. ment: refrigerator, gn stove. Son
3, -Re...geroloi. .-;ie. ---Complete set office dictophone Francisco VW Belisalo Porrmi,
.. N. 6 -, 2na Ave. bar, CAP WANTED --Around 194.1 coupe equipment in current use. Three -elphone 3-1594, Panma.
r. .. ,. r .: F o r d preferred, dictating, one transcribing and one FOR RENT:-Fumnished epoarment in
S..--. -- uO-cycle ff.r. ue.-. cylinder shaver machine with floor El Cangrejo, for two months begin.
1/2off. freezer, ioss-lop eleC stands and twenty-four new cylin- nI n.
ic rel'rigerator less than 2 yeo"r o ders. New value over $2,000.000.) RENT -
ughe$1s..00 at 620-D, Coco Rao- I 538000. Cash or terms. THE
-r r, MrU. Hughes. TEXA CO. IPANAMA) INC- F,. E
f:-Philco refrigeretoo 5-it FOR SAE: Tape reaw .
LO,. 25-cycle. 32 -C, Culebr: HcoditiL; O lid modem rnpRo m*
t .,:... or,,O Ge8 4 2-490 bolstered swivele No. FOR- REhl":-Furnished accs
iAlE -Frigidaire refrigerator ir am. B Anu to refdlgerOtO, rse, a
cu-t.oo ,o, u 0Hose 34itS YOl COMRIt 1 ORSL dinlngream. Belo Vi le 45
'.,.o.-,o Hueights. Your Combionty StGlin FORN^L: ,e. T.,Call&45
pt.enwaypano, good .34; Tel up,
----- I.e condition 5375 00,; big, corner .tfa om. ,
SALE -pc livr.g com seat Presenswith end able o 75.00 ^.e Nc -.
31.00. 3/4 couch 1 ,.U.u, at p-, nor Obarro No 37. phone -134. FOR RENT: Funi in
tables set mahogn, Where 100.000 People Meet FOR SALE -Pe bred black tn miy ouse. Direct Call 3- o ,
rd tables i 5 00 212-B Pec.,I bred black onu ton garage. Call 3-0839, PanonuA
ucl. I-hcrie ---- Doberman uppIes sx weeks old
SSALe--^-cyc"e Ncrge re,.ge- T.eday, Ta2aya Ap~il F3o P n Franio Road, Te'lephon" OS I & FOUN
I, 1 year old !1p'U. 'hone e- *- --
06. 4u8-C, Cocoli. Ask fo o P t n FOUND:-Family fu at Plnic FaIr
3:30-o--Mustl hr Tuceday OSI0n Offered Sunday. April 12th. Church ifky
S 4.. ---Bunny ]?ayo
SALE:-Potch screens. mahogs-I 4:15- aouth of the Border AVAILABLE: Library .
Dining table, burtte, wcker 4:30-What' Your Favorite ry. Qualifications: h os bro. W tediPtstio
f h with mattrev'. wi:ker chairs 530--News y icons: U.S cien 3P
bow l. miscello neout 2 5:35-What's Your Pa voit years collereeducation or library ,X
1 7, 1414-B Los Cruces aite, :- t- ntd o n Make a licatoion to,0 Sof L Ap ado 3
W T--ED 6:00-Kiddies Corner an, eal Srvis, Fort A
S WANTED 6:30-Hawaii callserude Telephon2- -6.._ ,
.. .. 6:45-Lowell Thornma. s .

MiseeHlneous 7:00-CHRITitAN SL ENCE
FB--Respon.sible fami, r r.Ec.. 7:15-Musical Interlude
S3. e m house or aparI- 7:30--BLUE RIBBON 8PORTS
it immediately. Cell George REVIEW '
m, do Sr. Anton.o Anzcla 7:45--Jam Bession
8 8:00-r-he Perry Como Show
;-Retired Conal Zone cou- 'VOA I
act as caretaker aor.d land 8:15-Fred Waring and his
at Coronado Beach. Small Pennsylvanlan -
ettge s anrd ur.ltes For 8:30-Frankie Masters Enter-
call Balboa 33-46 talsls
-- - 8:45--U.P. Commentary
e-m needs 9'00--No Name (BBC,
mp nedso 9:30-Music of Howard Barlow
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....... 10.00-Cass Harrison
8MWAIa second hand ber.- 10:15-Musical Interlude
.+. I' machine, 60<-cce 10:30--Varietvy Bandbox
2.3438 or 3-G-b6 11:00-The Owl's Nestl
F :iY:-Drum S nder wh.I Midnight-Sign Off
'1io-r motor. Tel. Panama

6:00-Sign On and Alarm Clock
L7:0-Morning Salon
iOr 8.15---Mornin Vareties
S8 :S30-Your Amercan Muic
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W 77 -4 polonp Conmrs ,to "co0M. Taft appeared today to be all
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tmonf International issues. Rep. L W. H asu chair-
usas He res a message from man of t" hpblcan National
den po.we f.esdent asenhower promising Committee.
but lumaed to eonsullfCoa- not the administration will Taft withheld any endorse-
r oa th handling of maj onsul with "appropriate con- meat. Ale qtd he wanted to con-
Inter emont eI aders and commit- suit aboher p- ons before sayn
Thi is ..mi_ i f s" w an eb.rioas question anyth" a bout poking a char-
Secreta F i i ih mG s on m l of later- man tooceed C. Wesley Rob-
Dulles who also announced the rational agreements. erts of ansas, who resigned.
Unite ftie does no Inted TbI President's statement'rec- Ttor la expeed to
to i 1gUnited 9p thre Wnute over make* decision however, e-
U lo m l a Wn t aoh ams bouldbe fore republican NatUional
rights, S dlnts K abya treaties, laws, or Comm% here April 10 to
of *. U -uve apnrements, but add- elect i1 ?q*w mamn
ot ",iate3 ,dtary (U.um.Flf .. T T idtherUme s "smeoppo-PPO
h proposed "The executive cannot sur- sition" In eIIdle West to the
treaty-e curb mqit stifle enderr the freedom of action idea of p utg an "Easterner" In
conoitg f le affairs atvWb ch Is necessary for Its op- the to -qlearing Job.
critl t a Se M and permit anmdansM In the foreign affairs The =rnwers presumably
ei ld" o a wanted to be sure that selection
The subcommittee is consid- of the former New York con-
Saring a conusttutional amend- pressman would not Increase the
H 3 tmeS a sponsored by Sen. John W. nfluenoe of Gov. Thomas E.
r r (r-0.) and 63 other Dewey or work in any way to
tars enough to posure their own disadvantage.
enate approval unless some Hall, who.quit Congress after
The their minds. 14 years nd now holdsa life-
S'ould. bar maunaking of any time p iton as surrogate at
ty which denies or changes 62,000 annually, Indicated Sat-
n -, .....7 ( iU] existing constitutional urday after a White House visit
,Iran, April 7 (UP) ban treaties regulating he would take the p t f offered. L OR MIDGOETM-rc. uieoe W. M ayeld, ftr I
.-7- .iw jammed Mos .sa matter falling within do- The party chairmanship pays Ca i., and cow rker Sada Ishlyame have more tUM .
degh I toWd his life i ed rule of thp United States; 32,500 a year has full withthis ministue bnber. Pfc Mayfield.
been plotters in n require a special law by Taft sal h ad breakfast ft shop at Camp erd, Japan. and two e c-)w d
the 1 4t e 9.tae o sand de- wCM before any treaty can with Ha st. Saturday and foqr months to build the craft, which has an TO-nf w
mended ttk the 33-year-old ta ,ffect. talked a a 6are r with Vite and is powered with four model plane ongineg. J9 Iat*3
monarch b duced to a figure- Coostituton now pro- President Ichard M. Nixo, contest couldn't decide whether to classify It a mea r a' a
bead with nO powers to rule. i that tegt e become past House Speaker Joftph W. Martin op-secret replica of an Air Force bouber. -.
The the "supreme law of the Jr., and others aboUt the chalr-
The' liegd t ler, in a radio when atlfled by two manship.
addre to ntion, said th f th.enato. Hall was an obvots front-run-
Majllh (koWB m ua1 of Firlla- ..ner. He enjoys top ratlpg with IT S HOW IM TONIGff
menti A< 'lUA) wpta resolution Con tltutlonal amendme n t President a enhower. addi-
by Ita ap. elg1ht-man con- require .ppr.W b ytwo-thirds tion to the baceing of Dewey's
tak o e ordering andanal
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h of the oe DameUnity chairman when the won A BA B A hf LA
ithe plot toW law urged control of Congress In the 11Ar-Caim46"MUTINY
kill to Ight lot month of althe bicker resolution.-lectlons.eCI S 1:06 weiaumsy 0" a d.
w abah announced he said it was needed to make ..
(tfe. was Iaving the m e nasation is ruled by It DIABLO HTS. "Rodeo" and "Hold That
country and-then changed his.own laws "rather than the Panamanian iUppoed :1 . w... -..HE- T,..an
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NEW YORK, April 7 (UP)-Manager Lou Boun. premen's InIurance FOSC0 1U
dreau has decided to let youth have its fling--so, cAA 5 S .-
Wanah so that the Red Sox will field the "youngest anter's s 8 phl --a-- *'
Opening Day lineup" in Major League history when Fstlich play-offwere one up b t bend wh plate.
they face the Senators next Tuesday. Yesterday's Resultt Sa the dan ight 5 as the PaloAn f u n the stellar
Boudreau's eight regulars ble in a Boston hospital during Firemen' In. 14, Baxter's 8 second of the series at the Bal- libleern fias oand t 1
IncludingegraybeardcGeorge Ke most of spring training, reported bEl a's Gdam L nliumM out a t I the bat
whose age is a scandalous 30 to Boudreau that he still "sees a Elks vs. Pan Liquido After the OrmeJos had scored partmnet.
years and will include three eyes. Dom has yet to play nine (Based on 60 or more times nng rame with Scott hitting th seris u ril opn'S af t'

Fielder If his creaking bones are wh.le, named Ken^ WodSto re-Nm er, k Baxter's) 60 a2 ys cor i Mstno at A ri 0,
rooamkies in y are outfielders 'innings in an exhibition game ae81 27 safely stealing secon nd c and A 0 3a
Slast sene on S tephens, 20, and Tom Urn-and Bo22udreau apparently but Hears a Ing on agee's out and stealing ot S
phlett, 21 and shortstop Mllt that the laprst active member of Wodruff, taxter's) 68 22 home; th Peloma drew three for ttdy'
lolling, 21. baseball's one-time first family cArthur (FI) 77 33a.428 s from Hmkle for Angetadt,
SDoJim Piersall, the veteran of may be washed up. Ratheber, Ed, ( PL) 71 22 the and tt on an error on ed 1
he trio, will be this fird out-st b g fered a fractured Bucky Harrisght meankle on odwatterson, (CAA) 78 24 .37 Congsad and R walke d to

| league Same p s played Bon .2 s1 t1 s ieso ob Anguer (FI) Hl 20 28 threeae a mooe als co r3 1-nr | fielde H g (Fro 78Manager 29 2 score rt is me
fielder if his creaking bones are while, named Ken Wood to re- omeinger, (CA ) 6022 .37 o
up to it. Jim is 23 and played 26 place the injured Oil Co an in left Medinger, (Baxter's) 60- 223Ph .
in the outfield for the Red field for the Senators. Wood hitMalene, (CAA) 86 29 .337 At this point, Kirkland releT cterl, ,
Goz lat season. Stephens played only .226 last season but Harris HalesP, ete (IF) 81 12321t7 horedo W inklsoi ngHotnsds and ,,ll, 003b
In 20 but U mphlett who replaces said he prefers to play him over Jaones L e a A thle l these irnnin anned
Dom DiMaggio in center field, Frank Campos. Coan, who e Rathgeber Ed., (PL) )2- 5 and ot fled out to centehad reached 1 0
will be plain his first obig feredplay h14fracturedrightankleon ateberEd(PL) 71 2At B feld to tack an the merry-go- 4 1
naddrgation to Kell and Bl- the disabled list, Incidentally. Angmlerl FI 90 roM h C don e took o 2b 3 0 1 -
ling, the infield includes 23- The impressive White Box JustpPolomkster (ElksCA6) 2 2 mund duy eo theo2 to an tf p20yt* took over
e tuant-old Dick Gernert at first don't have enough raves for cn-Bae)- 3 third w ot th double by Ryt 0 0 0,
and 27-the decisi year-old Billy t be- record, a, who 191is), hnd Maet ando a bunt e Scott, wo e 4 ( 3 0 0 -
SGoodman at sec0 aod. The shaping up a threat to Ty Cobb'sC onover,' FI) 76 15 .198 h beat core ut +o albunt w 4 w P -
catcher will be Sammy White, 38-year-old major league record Jones, Ed, (CAA) 61 12 .197 scored Winklosky. Angatadt and 2,0"1 6 3 3" '-
24, and the Pitcher Mel Parnel, for stolen bases n one season. Insurance n wr f Martin on their second trips 4 to
S'dEven so, Bondrea and Rvera, who Is hitti t with an ight le M run deficit the plate for the Inning fanned
Manager Joe Cronin hardly t in ame e Rathgeber. Ed., (PL) 5 and Hots fled out to center LOM
in all-outdreau, with inten kids to play nines 14th bann 24ame the firost, two imes At second a nd field the Plose the merry-go- th a
Braves not removed gaten kids regularly terday and would steal 90 n the thrd. The uerned runer, with -le 90 round
. during the pennant race unless maintained thatton by -3 ctor pace Aduringlet oremen's rallied thedt bottom Ang t ouble by plus
the truant officer objects, reach- Americak oLeague season. Cobb's Wd B r's 3 The Conejotook two In the t 1 2 0 2 1
ed the decision today hent be- record, st in 1915. s 96 steaks. nd ced the ame the flfth oodn circuit knock n th e. 4 2 0,
career is in serious jeopar- Richards was encouraed when Monday afternoon the lire- to close o the score d a Uile but olse, f b 4 1 1
y. Even so, Boudrea and Ge in y Byrne, the wild "tuff m men's Insurance n were faced n the bottom of the samein-
en B r o o n le t antight run deficit I he n ln for m ors and three Wk D., u. 4 0
Wrx Manager Joe Cronin hardly bal" left ,. ea. .the when Bat r Transport-.gavethePalomas tour R. lb 3 1 '0 4

.N) at Louisille, Ky., cancel- DOwr be.tore next Monday..... a -e, Baxter,, TI-ra o -- -- ls wvt Pl tou ^ftgelb j '0 4
.o'uld have taken thechance of first White So pitcher . *era had chalked up one run in more, to m ke it 10-3. In the lhnet. rf 2 2 I

rae nt r e g have gleau se t ager Leo DurS Skipper Don BoweIofe1r
Cincinati (N) t he ids had nine Innings a a big the first, two In the second and fourth the Palom ot their fK

C Bthe (BA) canelled, atoa. weleagto m I an theWhitSeeadedie n e h irt rd he earned r wtatriplebyI
At opettonfrom Bston by -3 victory ever the a thleticsn. fir e solid ba t- t take o double by plus e1

Peia. (A) 000020001-3 0 ThMilwaukee.eDodir Anno a d that theirmoundd te. The West Bank Little la b -spu
ago (A) 02f000 x-9 9 0 struck out six-but he wll sendntr ten me pto the lakey to th downed the ruusd P
Sc arington (4) and to llroand ced the game hldn the fifth oodafteroon at knock In the A
). per:lr day, pith ed fvee o shut n with seven more tallies after tophof' the fifth scored Magee
a. Losr ngitcher: a Yis ted fanive shuat elevenmen' ad batted. An In- wh had -oi his Lsecond do- .Pal 64 0 x-16 4
out nnhe ings as the Yankees beat surance run was added by r theble of t 1 evening and Reyes r e' m ,
(A) at Charlotte N.C, can d Larry Jansen turned n s Firemen's n the botttom of the who got n by an o Both
yelled, nin. Liaans as te ants d Docsixth. Corrteams faed a orfe further.- no a

It W ntn (*< (N) t Winton Salem, N. feared to be arthrit-wa dl n ht tt Firemen' d In- Mha 15th Detrict. ,
..ce. ..ourth straight victory over a not thIn e durinhave the mp.rt afield that a w s en stntir
n erExhibitionG Ind ans, Al Ml-er toed the ut l to the m ht we Alsevteapo s rh*h
.By AlE PTwhic P -r was humiliating ou Hilzinger usually gets and '

't. (Aa y 000 013 011-6 9 I ncludinh prom.ng o ir.t-base- truh hie ,eor B.rble ta hrror _t
S(A) 000 001 010-2 th 2 ma Al rwld, to New O erfore was responsible for wa
Milwaukee (N) vs Brooklyn take one and st tune-up against theand .f w.thew a A I t tps .F rU
N) t Louisvi); Clle, cancl-ffe ( er be up outfrelder nextpe Monamp sc the o day's Car
Winning pitcher: temayor rt-baseman era had an elht' run d tbe,
1 .. ......... have quletU 1.1 Merager Leo Duo

n Loing pitcher: Carr. Smith from the ame club. Mon Skipper Dun had three for ftour. the bottom dt
temayor as scheduled to play abox kcore :est akPb AL 1 II
lanta (A), cancelled, rain. 0 00 00- pt again this year. mn's the Juledall
able pebbles a 1t 0i 1wahenPn.tint

AtlMemps Tenn. fe ll off tolllast season. d fol d b. fas Hs 01opn
a.(A)e-0bt, harekmun (6) and to ] -rookly ro a 0hekis 0n Rqu, o fLittle
inon (4) and to oklyfor a checkup on Firemen' success, hld the thi aeoon at Cooo n the
troth; Byrne and Lollar. Shee- his ailing back and the Reds Transporters scoreless aft0r o p9ng two Out of
(). Rome runs: Clark 2, revea -t het eutfi eMer Bob 0 0 ro three game yoff r
Losinghpitcher'Scheib- Marquis wilgoototCincinnatiaven1t01,
ne. Losin g pitcher: Sheib. whee" h, ie t hott sou 3. 1 14h trhe .y .Arled Frl IAttI League
where hisitcher: -rlas Ho ind, t 2 2a* thrown far 1953. Th peahe
SPhiladelphia (N) vs. Boston der will be treated. T D entire g a Oe. -w = Ai 7a by sa.
eA sorain.art.emeanwhile,expected first- MOM
(l) at Charlotte, N.C., can- baseman Gil Hodges too reMin sin lled-e sh etotUS
d + r Oklthem afterthe the nflamatio aD amiss
W asgton (A) vs. C i nen- e in his knee and fg me t s siagl e durinr t he. A ca0 U O '
Wahg (N) at Winston Salem, N. feared to be arthritis--was di- onfU hits oftf Fireseen's In- thl 1ws u U- tl---;'
agoesed (as)o t ahitn gtImore than ,r E ENe s d uIsOf ementsU in. e withe P I d ri b m
Aanalergln 'A Miller toed, the p d anll to thelufthesAlts

lngham, Ala. The PiratePsent*vn players, the way for Barter's and' wneas Fore i r
(A) 013 011-6 9 1 including promising first-base- touchedfor f.ftcen base h- t GeorgeDarier, rkler far taeeen *'
.(A) 000 001 010-2 6 2 man AlGruwald, to New Or- every batterhconnect .tor IWest fI wL -
elow Kuzavra. (6) and Br- leans and announcedthey nierl in a
p e r Camp.hJlmo7 arkth eon- l0l wassMfor chag4o f
.SM4mo. Winning pitcher: temayor and first-baseman Paul rad W Withn le for three, relievedby lata
lds Losing pitcher: Carr. Smith from the same club aon- hadth ree for four. the bottom
temayorIs scheduled to play 'e box score: West Bank b-iL1
M 140 002 000-7 120 pItchers.AB3RXInron thes1 0
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McCor (9) and Ron- Woodruff,. as 2 0 1tonehtothe e
Wnnng pitcher: Cham- Miller, p 3 2 third on
singtcher: Glane.Himncf 2 0 2 then wal
(A), 00 1000-r40Anderson, lb 0 0 walked hahio
J1rdmore, Okla. Correa, 3b 2 1 1 the circuit. .
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Quefdtir 5%eren a runner
on first b O the pitcher's
wind-u. J m- aubetan 1
le of wel on
his way S Ad bas for an
almost strt eal when the
pitcher eSOgts a balk. Is it
scored as atblen base? -Dlc;r
As-wert No. The ball be-,
eomma-Ad4 when the picber
balks. fTh rener is awarded
seeen bas Mbeesuse of the
Q. What Boston Red Box club
records d.e Ted Williams atill
hold? IMf L
A. The best Mtflelde' now
flying 3wab hemal the
Bedto A mar for
batUn -avmi (J~A in 1961),
Jro, (IIn t a U, and bases onB
bals ILL, in 1i7 wad 1908).
Q. How 'dowg Rocco Kranich,
the White S ax Infielder, pro-
nounce his name? -Ted Cen-

A. Kres-stek.
Q. Bow mawn seasons has
Bucky Harri managed the
Washinton Senators? Joe

18M, 19U-ZL. M bit ran -.
gt in 1M Is U a M, the
ains have fisBRheW a the
fist &divdon iz timea under
How mann National
League batters Ive lifetime
averaMes of at 1 .1 In
'A. Bi Stan o (.84,
Jadke Rebnso iXehi.e
Ashbbn (J88), laM tughtor
(.in), Temny (Jin)
a"d Monte Irvin Mj .

Along The Fairways

SThe PAA. Isthmilan Amateur
promises to be quite a fray--
WMntr A from the other Isthflan
.lubaeave nt' been retiVed to
date ad th list Is well over
thel 100 m arkr' If number of
entriess warrant, qualIfying
rpunds will be extended an. ad-
ditonaf day.
s mboa I a pulsli for its own
onmy J 8kui, and I Tony comes
thnn it wMl be the seon
[ta -i the1 past" tee years
that a Gamboa man has carrd-
d w top hoors in this e-

ry, und I mean Mg blocks.
-AA. prisesm-re now on dis-
play at Dagmat's. Phone your
entries 06 8-109

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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAG' I out four and. .
that he de dou r o wlI.uJ
TSAM- Won Lost DesLdndes lt ,ed f 3P
Sears ...... .. .. 7 2 with Johnny Lmta1
Elks 1414 .. ........ 6 3 in the fourth w th w ..
Lincoln Ltie ........ 5 3 The Corrigan bro
AFOB 14 .. ........ 3 6 and Edde, aong with
Firemen .... .... .. 3 shared the homerars fr
Poce .. .......... 2 6 with thelr fine fl .MI
makln a nine
first ban Sor eU r
YESTERDAY'S RESULT ing plys of the ga.
Elks 2, Policel. ILewis' back-hanud i
TODAY'S oAME liner by eelboter w tt*.e2
Sears vs. Lincoln Life. standing defelive alay of t
In one of the best and most m
closely contested games of the The box core:
season the Elk nosed out the .
Police 2-1 yesterday afternoon POLICE-- AN wPO A
as the Pacific Little League en- P. Corrigan, as..4 1 1 1 "
termed the final week Of play. AMlmirratti, 3b ..04 0
It was nip and tuck all B. Barnes. c .. .. 3
through the game js Bobby Prius 2b ...... 2 4 0 2
Kielhofer of the Police and Klelhofer, p .... 3 0 1
Danny DeaLondes arnd Johnny I. Corrigan, lb .. 6 0 .
Lewis for the Elks matched Scott, c .... .. .
pitches in a thrillin ball ue. foe .. .I.. f 1
The OopperX a oed firsatUod J. amrnes, rf.. 1 0 0 0
in the third on Pete (orrlgan's - J -
double and a single by Bobby Totals .... .25. 4
Barnes. The Elks tied t u in/
the fourth when By HlU E LKS 1414- A Rt DPO A
caught a high pitch of KIlelf- Itt, 3b .. .. .. 1 1 0
her's andhammered it oer the Ie. r ....... 3 1 2S
left-centerfleld fence for a home Day, c .... .. 3 0 1 0
run to te the game at one-alL wi. b-p .... 2 0 1 1
I the bttpm half of the slth SChoch ......2 0 0 1
Scott led'off for the Ilke with Thompson, b... 0 a I
a single and went to third AdMIL 2....... 260
Billy Helh' double to right cen-DeLonde, .p-lb.. 20 1
ter, putting runners on tird" .. .. 0 6 a
and secrid base with no outs -
.n. teft up to Rtx Oalsey, the Tota -.. 1 i111 B
Ms' scrappy reepilver. alasey pBOONE BY Dna -m S
connetett twoTd two Kle OLIC 001 000-1 1 ,

nA rudf .t out-t by--elhofer 4r. 4.
he wil krt t Elks In the wI a 6. D L
running Tog tle *eond half race DL -LU L .w 5 EL
da's gao e between the Sears Hoee. Hom un-s--Me. Piaibt
Q0talog Boya and the Lincoln Recordd I hita,
AIfers. run In 11-2 innings; LaWl I
,Klelhofer pitched a whale of hits 0 rued In 2 2-3. Ul
a ball game for the Lifers, giv- Bngele and Wig. lo r-
ing up only .five hits, starting Mead. Time of Game-1:35.






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Killed During

Easter Attacks Out MIH ki
ABRDII, Tex., April 7 (UP)
NAIROBI Kenya, Apri 7 UP) "Let the people know the truth and the country is sale" Aliralam Uncoln. -M poltan Opera baritone
-Twenty-two Mau Mau terror- inc "ode oflXlOo'Wrla ariSS
Istswere killed in night attacks TWENTY-EIGHID YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., TUESDAY, APRIL 7, 1953 11 CE WhOae t T r musio lover
against a British troop companysed the nearly fin-
headquuarters and a native vi -. ihd. Wt noand those arclit.en

lage during the Easter weekend, WASHINGTONsanate Apr. 7 (UP) Deanatarternt where. Officiate Bisanaterddle, speaking as head of A- sateldBrownell ha" or
ithebeds The Justice Department ai d said I t has been under "active median l or Democratic Ac- to determine whether h as W
British authorities disclosed to- day ts carnal dvson s consideration" ever snce. on, dlclosed tsthat he had writ- been any violation o el
The Mau Mau tribesmen kill- studying a thee-month-old Fresh ed ten Attorney General Herbert Carthy p lre

Britons were hurt. Senate committee report qu S- on the report by statements la- Brownell Jr., urging "a thorough eg mel. t
ed five women and children re tionin the personal finances of sued yesterday by former at- uce Department nvest- We h a r
the attack on the village, before McCarthy R- torney general Franon of the q tion- red by of defen of A
a Kenya police unit chased and McCarthy.the te subcommitteetnrsoaI "h ao C
Intruders away. *WO0derl".a man in.thaudiim W '
In the other action the ter- e ed anl I oteud. d ,
raiststried to ambush a comn-Mc caman r th-' a l w o "d Pata Fance nf s 1
Laneashire Fusiliers Saturday i e o n t e n t l o the on r, tr o he
and burn the British troops WASHINGTON. Apr. 7 (UP) Dehartnb.nt where. Officials Biddle, speaking as head of A- e *Ad hrownell has j My r Vi e ,r st
in their beds. -The Justice Department ad said, it has been under "activelmerlans for Democratic Ac- to determine whether t vha bs h dp
The attack, first against an today Its criminal division is consideration" ever since tbon, disclosed that he had writ- been any violation of eall-b a
army headquarters, failed. No still studying a thiee-month-old Fresh attention was focused ten Attorney General Herbert McCarthy promptlytth dout e
Britons were hurt. Senate committee report qo.hs- on the report by statements is-.Brownell, Jr., urging "a thorough statement omtn
Five womna len and children were tioning the personal finances of sued yesterday by former at-dJustice Department lnvesttg- h7 e d tl has a hIeaern "r t .u .O t ,,
hacked to pieces with the long Sen, joseph R. McCarthy (R- torney grneral Francis Biddletion" of the questions raied byy q of defense of a t..u m-
panga knives, of the Mau Weu, Wis.) and McCarthy.o, tae Ste subcommittee. i ade Communisti. A @ t Drfere M
and four other Kikuyu tribes- The report wlumnous issued last Jan. Normaohly I woulder a

the v-llage of Ma2ge ot the pited by the Senate Investigators w ho I as well known or d 4 o
men ere injured severely bto the Justice e by an elections su commit to the attend
fore the Ken polce reached which inves ed a demand th e
the scenya gove rment sp for former .n. William Benton orndictment
(D-Conn.s that McCarthy be ex- time no fcCa tor sthyeaid ce ttthe spo

npt police action the entirc T~aSi bH aW e the 1a. opt otea M. a-udSe a i
would he panic-strcken pelted from the Senate.d to ieat t killed
women and action children whose The subcommittee raised, ult defenders = .. The, & thou weredapu t S tLadI
men wet are out on patrol -were but left unanswered, a series be doing meafavor by thG i.m dW,
drowned by a volley of gunfire of questions about whether Ous attack.= ri] the thinid hTSlAand' wave I

as the poi e unit surpri rm elected to aty dierted the 15this own h m Chita at Pedro-Mlgadl awigtig the CMagast oen to r e *evetin-
Mau Mau. Eleven were killed in- use money donated to his anti- r atBe Cocde on am toobu bhen t forSddle Cmanyb -
stantly, 11 more as they fled. Communist campaign, or oth- work of much greater
Sd i erwite "abu sed" his office for tOance than to take timeutHpri
etrnt had filed silently into The voluminous record com- ig thoroughly discredited'. o .f si
amunReserve of the n.ikuyu was turned over toAlba, Chie o justice he 11 rau tribe and sudden be I radio section inDmoat, sritE arl Walker
.Ato this British entry ony.edfire and Andrew Lim, U repre- by the

ba h k dpsrhene soenollotdul0 e
AKenya govertup ment spokes- ulethpVo a f bbue antan," We t t halfast bthe dl
maids had it escap t been for theory a period of from ime oast th f t hal t -. ..h
w'-amount of .tenwa.."
r m t police action the entirMind. tT-o 0 bo v eaor 5 Wl
have been wiped _bQ5i &jF r RA W- s, 1. ;sm.
iotin an action similar to the .",
qelnt massacre In the uplands Hedtiao P manh epoye.
Wil which 150 loyal tribesmen Two Panamanian employee s I ofoca
t their livesthe Unitword to i it the United Loca charities wi receive an- suppy enter ment bee
British troops Service in Panam have been MM URLAND, a member of the Pacific Saddle b loafs u t
ee aagainst Brtish, troops selected to attend the 15th Lo- on his mount Chiqults at Pedro-Mig"u awaiting the ( WMACA.w. to require InVgstilN-
nop.hwesat of Narobi, w5lre ter- cal Orientation and Consultation 'Fair at Cocoli on Apl, 13 when the Salddle1 Club -..

sentries and stole arms and t was announced(Ofcll today. uWra .t- N r 1 Aer as O'- A

i muns tion.r "Tito" Alba, Chief of the the il o. mto ptue th IIrau4 I
Ud d contiradio section in P anama, .. "w ir o

with hes comrades on Wt hisn ton and during their The objd-( ft is lr Thj yess hnor B F In Brnld s~t
A British sentry opened fire and Andrew Lim, USIS repre-tthesbad

b t Aldersw hern hre s awt woong "OR Ri" Can ay reeathe fIct that tae co remark, nor did theone ear
tents Lg o up i n flames and spot- ruled to depart by plane for and adiacnt e ounds detect I o mh a t
ted sil shadowy figures. The Washinglton early Wednesday
rldefs e scaped when the sen- mornin for a period of from rom N y r srti
tUY' machine gun Jammed. 70 to 90 days. EuTJmmoe

The orientation program Is lF lasroi &the ahbrib er
H ,M dal Odeosor ned"to make it possible

nvweWr o nor a for lca lln Day. He saimployed his adminemstra- A barbersp qa ot led by f
S hs m tl oufd the srd to visit a the United Local charities will receive an- supply entertainment between
60 'tDluidv States, to exchange views with other bomt.uthe rar fliur Short s Nmme
WIEI3IUIU I~uIhand the' why of life In the 8l'l8 by the w !vy ItIOA m I" OA4 I_7 1IP),-_he
S .-An American with a rifle who formation !edeia stenaltles. PI r t_ pei re A r .

Mtought four Communists Alba and LIMBAD WSere recom-Ingcaied out n Mrs.a vno
W a machine hun added mended byLthe U. Embassy in a Mis. OTil he tetGidMd'l ali
today to, the nation's list of Panamiat0datiO. te in this OmOMCae r s
it war heroes. year's program, to further the o r the cb e public
A nunei efforts of the U. S. Information has been Invie. Admission tick -L
Sralo d a Servce and to n ncreasemutualhet are rto bold t bdoorafor bi ii
rded Medal Of Honor to understanding betweenPanami a Auartea ece. ketmayI0
401*- Clifton T. Speicher, 21- and the United States. also be bad from cumembersii
7e I-oldinfantryman of Gray, Alba, a well-known radio an- or at Nkql InstallitIono
Vsw beothieMinasigl, tn o h tini hoigt he afairwle of
whb lost his life in a single- nouncer and newspaper column- through the do,.
l0aided assault on a machine ist, will devote the major por- prie will be offered."
t June. time in the field of radio. the awards of th grand The Theaterman's.
ee retLim, popular and Active Cris- prizes, a $Q War Bond a"pieas- busy9:K0IP s
h ,wounded lterbY an tobal High School graduate, will ant" surprise and a radio, Tick- Ing presentcas 1now thee J be,
ogrende and later by spend most of his training time eta are on s the.ane as door nient, Sa1 I i
mn8 fire, Speicher refus- in the field of motion pictures. tickets. ;..en tnd AnpoW n
iw ftaMednoal aid and continued to Both employes will proceed to Tetobig I hronemr
with his comrades on Washington and during their The oftheWetem
s e fmy-held hill, the Army stay will visit many parts of hans et
the United States. Ing fOuntin ab
PaintEA eericanoDay ties. Plansno rdi-AenA
his rifle and ra ti with SeitAaway of 2esoeiigngn
byonet to silence the ma- intrineansrongt e sem.lp

Svcehsfawon tinsdtmndttthteeat ap.C.R OO h

as garm, para~~li Ite and sins to thousands, such as Mr.-R.-K.,
ct inasi- who writes: "I suffered from terribly
u wsient W h wisk ~gt kin Itching, burning and smarting Ecsemua
Sth three Ways; L It for 12 years. Tried everything. At last
orpas.tes often I heard of Nixoderm. It stopped the
S Itching almost immediately after L
Itebhng, ber' MAf S tat application. I could see may a
cools and soothe. the cleariM up on the second day. All
eheal to n" l red disfiguring blotches and scaly skia

ORa troubles. It day. Look 13the mirror In the mornigM
a tohn, 86wagand see the big Improvement. Then just
t n to w or keep on using o ixerm for one week.
an "~t elv orw1 then see aow soft, clear, smooth ang
bter and Val- magnetleally attractive You r sin has
fayg yor:e=rn-tha~d of skis that will k W
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