The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01565
 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: AA00010883:01565
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WASHINGTON, Apil 16 (UP)- President EMi
hower ctlflln d Ru1 's mnew leaders today to
their will for pee by ending the Korean war, lifting
Iren Curtain fro satellite countries and joining
disweoment pact that would outlw atomic wep
He plizd the plematic initiative from the Cam-
munistLs m major feign policy speech listing speetfic
"deds" the Russians con perform to deonstrat the
sincerity of their recent peace talk.
He sdid the deeth of Soviet Premier Josef Stalin hif
given his Kremlin successors "a precious chance to tue2
the black tide of Ivents "sweeping the world towas
etemic war, but warned that "we de not yet knew" wki
other they mean to do it.
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SllBotlM vacaron at Auslmt, 0.,
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dU VA/W ^ 3500-word adi. before thV A-
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and f ltr day fom me-
id other convoy of ril-
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pltted ro ds, the U.' r-4p-
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pty four, dust cOrad
bearinf the AUied dc
handed for 'next Mimda'1a
rm exhtane Jolted ite
MW trv camp at XagHaB
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aMa naMD airport by.
lot leakred why the
maded there, or whyq
beeD noa ooamunica-
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.p.b~wi&" : int f ,.v-+pon ..M dte,
'l id In arms not ment treat providl in r L
peAdi Ug alone. outright ban on ontomi weaslK
"It It ipEda9 the sweat of dettnlte lifltatiuoz o the 1
i laborer, the genius of its of each Mation's armed forewm
id atsa the h6pes of its chil- and "a practical system of
dre. spection under tbt United
"te cost of one modern tons" to enforte te rule .
heavy bomber la this: a modern If dis rniment can be chi
Nbri school in more than 30 ed, the United States wMh fI
c other countries a nsttin= up.
"fund for world id ait recot-
"It s two electric ..power struct an" out of billU s saSl
ptanU, ch serving a town of on aitary preparations.
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"It is two fine, fully equipped
'It ii some fifty mlle of con-
crete highway.
"We pay for a alone fige
pWane wgth a half miIon -
eo of wheat.
"We pay for a inle destroyer
with new homes that could have
housed more thad 8,000 people.
"Th .-I repeat-Is the best
wry t life to be pund-on the
road the world hs been taking.
Thia s not a way of life at
al, t, aay trujmme. Under the
cloit of threafnin war. it Is
huanWlty hanging from a crem
o' Iron."

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whom 160 are fulf-tA me em
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the higher minimum wage
te by Increae of two to fer
nts an hour. It is estlated
at the increase will amount to
Ipoximately $35000 annually
cb will be tO d the
west-paid em laS b tbp or-
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peae treat witho t.. -
The United States is wing io
WWr for a "Ut*e aGermany,
wllth governmem c on free
and secret election.
But the German problem can-
nit be separated from the
broader question of lifting the
Iron Curtain through Europe %o
open the way for "free move-
meat of person, of trade and of
&. -enhower amid the whole
r i be waitn to hear
answer to thee chat
IbcA and asked that "what-
ever the answer be, let it be
Ibda spoken."
S hunge r f peace s too
great, the hour In history too
te for any government to
mock men's hopes with mere
words ad promise and gea-
"The test of truth Is ISip&
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.___ _____. ... .. CHICAGO -There Is ona e oa S 't 5 :
thin IS YUR tng the feuding Soviet leam 0.
T IS 1 YOUR PORwM THE d ADISr OWN COLUMN sthingw d father slash ; a'T i l
each other's throat. and
THE MLM AH OX that's a terrific flow of "fab-
u'ous" weapons out of Amer..
E M may not respect eac o her, but
The Mail ex is an open e frum tfor oeden of The Peneme Amer- they know that whoever wi.,
jt n. r ae resolved grateful end ere handled in a wholly onfi- the inner Boviet Pr aeslm,
L-a el m 'peep. Battle now raging in the Krem-
I yeo -eesaoib a ltter Idon't be impatient i it desna's appser tle lin will have to weaken or de-
m day. Lme m re published in the Order received. stroy the formidable .8. In-
Pleass sy to p e he loer limited t one .pee length. dustry. That's the primary ob---
Idel oty ltter wrien is hld in strimtest confidence. Joctive of the American under-
Thi mwsp epe.r m responbiliy for s tatem as opmiim ground Communist Party to-
eonoNed i.men hote n, rmoon. day to edge slowly Into bot-
So t:eneck positions under the cov-
er of the new Soviet Innoceuce '
AMERICAN BUSINESS AND THE CZ INCOME TAX and sudden good will to all. rep
Dear Sir:
Thanks a million for running the article titled "Lets Learn The directive to the t10t
The Facts," in your newspaper on April 8, 1953; lihwevcr, there little Commun:st Party of 14,.
were several changes made in third paragraph, by someone along 796 fanatical regulars, wwheW the
the line, which makes that paragraph completely in error. national base of eperatiens
appears to be Chicago these
The paragraph should have read as follows: "Might I sug- days, is to cripple indastale
test that before you spout off about our next door neighbors you output wherever polible. but
read section 262 of the Revenue Act of 1921, then read the Com- to avoid anything resembling
mittee Report pertalnlng to that section. Follow this by reading obvious sabotage, the experts
Income Tax Unit Ruling 1438. Behold, when the light of day tell me.
breaks ever the horizon, you may come to the conclusion that In This demands the most subtle
the period between January 1, 1921 and December 31, 1950, you of operations in this day of
were not subject to income taxes, that Is if you earned enough love from the East But the s016ul
to normally be subject to such taxation, not because of any God- tovarischl are not short on sub-
ven right of being a Government employee in a Posesssion of the tle indirection. How effective
.A, but because Congress wanted to induce American business tn's can be is revealed by an
conoern to establish branches and hire American employes in i cident in Hollywood recently,
the various rPesessons of the United States." end of correction. which can be translated into
industrial sabotage as weL
No where in the Internal R.lnenue Laws is t1'ere r-.v men"nn Not too many months ago,
Made of dependency areas. I am fully aware that the Panama the Communist Party vWa or-
anal Zone is noi o.vneo o':t-.ii :1,' .e ud, dered to police Itself more care-
n~at, and that it was granted to them on a perpetual lease, for a fllily. Too many FBI agents
etai y consideration by the Republic or ni -:.r.:" were still too high in the Pah.ty .
In section 262. of the Revenue Act of 1921, defined the to suit the Soviet secret police
Spoeaessin of the United State-," to be, "Porto Rico (writ- which operates in some of our
note that is the spelling that was used at that time not big cities even today.
I mco), the Philippine Islands. the Panama Canal Zone, Coordinated with these In- r
aimn, Tuotula. Wake. and Palmyra, It does not Include the Virgin etluctions was a drive among gve
lands" end of quotation. ihe Party's intellectuals to dis- -
!rredit the FBI, so that testl-
ection 262 of the Revenue Act of 1921 later became section nmony of its undercover agents
2i1 to the Internal Revenue Cede and it is extremely important.; wouldd bear little weight during
that any of the above mentioned places be referred to as a "Pos- the niny trials of Communist
aession of the United States." not as a de-endency area. by one leaders.
woo hopes to be ecmvpt from income tax due to the fact that There was considerable anti- By BOB RUARK
iis income was derived therefrom, in the case of a United States BI talk In Hollywood, sprint- B B B
p r ent employee, between January 1. 1921 and December 31. lc out of whr t' left of the -
The Philippines ceased to be a Possession of the United tiny Party cells there. It filled
fate or tax purposes, as of July 4. 1946. ile air. EW YORIK-I reckon I may as well come out Despite the dpity glances t will et ifrim T
would appreciate ou running correction of the p graph Finally the Idea for a spy t ad empty-handed and say that it will be and Frank, it Is nice to start the old season or
Should appreciate you runner a correction of the paragraph picture c the mird of a e Yankees again, o mat how muobh foolsl again. b ue it's about the only thing we go
Squetion at your convenence.I f irly well known writer. He cIltement gets w hdmped u between now and except nt Kn that amke deal of sen
Thank you, -Pan rnal Fmploye hlpped out a script. It was the s it f October. YOUY ca .ne d_.
-4 .ert over to one of the major WhOmever It Is that the Yankees need to beat on the Gent tb ,I*"
sadlos here the writer's rep- they will beat, in the Amerlean League, and makes you feel real com e
_*_ation was such that it Igot whatever bum they take on In the National
S _wift reading and big star catt Leap for the championship thy will beat as They still got that nice i
Answer to Previous Puzzle rn --and then was sent on to we, even If they have to usa uck rand games nt pi l. Ma
SHigh Time A SA P Washington, since important somebody you never hear of, to do It. .
4 ON S tu government- agencies played Im t
"IVL wae n er would imagine tha* large 0 obe wu A:, o.
AIcentral roles in the story. .A W henIsFlrd t. tw do wta.- AA'1..IW L .rth
SI u potatoes Washington authorities. hbit
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reading the script, agreed. will d the diff enha Ine Jhi btor la, 1i
The picture was Junked. N6o m e bmat, alMa c .the --.-d
one impugns the loyalty et Red Box or the others who'don't have It in the bee
the writer. But it's net the clutch, wish they had died in their cradle before de
First time he's yielded to sub- they took on man's work. Ltt
tie suggestions.
Thu In may chance ( n gt nreur. a =
Well. no one got hurt. And enmity with Toota and rank Connii ty' Ig
everj; bdy's working, acting the Giants can't do It. no matter how d the su
and directing. Had this film are in what we call the SlH League, bb
,been shot and distributed a- they ain't got It and won't have It. J
cross the world, it would have I made a bet last y --for Which I hba
.nde us out to be a land with cetved no paymeeat-- l lustra We tt a
a stupid and brutal secret po- Point One wa tIt would l
Juice. Two was that the U wl
But this kind of Operation street. 'Poi ee" M pm er i
Indirection doesn't always have penned, the i M lto
:the happy Hollywood ending. ever picked tbeAmeric
T.ere are fires, explosions, and due to ant (I ar'a .
How can it happen If the A-
mercan Commindusts Party han-
fIeren off from 100,000 active MAN BO
members to less than 25,000? 3 U

Simple. Moat of the remaining ad W Sl s sa
d 'scplned 25,000 are in indtm- .
ity -concentrated in the ford.%
packing, electrical, steel and -
aircraft Industries roughly cen- AN .O a
tcred here In Chicago. MAN AWBO WN. eli
They commit no sabotage. The s f Jka Cmmittee (mFffh
again the responsible leaders Uempa= t-i. .
of the AFL and CIO. They Excs
spread hatred for reasonable- The
nes intheAFLand CIO.They ironinrg .IR';
championn and publiise and rook's 1st!l
glamorize the pro Soviet YonusgryT. *l
leaders of American unlen with h r., .'
so their followers will more (she Wa S r
fanatically take orter. the Mofs Dso
Dr. Vei"P
How subtle can Communist Cresb (T
worth, is what one plant se- Reseh (a
curity officer says. The man is w keld
A. A. LaFor e of the Scheneq- His at Pfl
lady Genera Electric electron- eelyanm's
Ic and atomic installations, a the b
man I know and respect ion's
"While we fumble, they (the depot store &
Communists) are formulating hed" this .-fi
l:ong range plans," he re- ealy tal."
gently. "The Party's -
objective Is to cripple ATh= -t
production. A sprinklr system The W
in a building. goes bad because in Korea t
the windows were left open an n frenetk i
a cold night and the pipes were Identl)...
flozen. Certainly not 'obvious of soonau1$
sabota e.' nowt It b
"A chunk of metal just hap- the recent
pens to fall into a punch press 0t e a
and smashes an epenive die P.
that will take a siuled ptool
maker weeks to rsato Again,
"Dscontene ad bittern ss s
break out In a shop and the Will
en walk off the job for 24 P l
hours while a national den se
order Is halted. How to dit sin
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For De-Salting Sea Water
wA~aaiaTOpw,.OApil 18 (UP) The lnfaUorat m.: lo atow In this field ad said It ihouM
-The CHEMI Intem Committee that bracklh water of about Sr. put up the full amount because
reported biy =t water can be 000 parts per mflls sati ecm s bae a reseh program na t llibr
converted to ftsh water at a made uawble at a costt about ta& and aight well revolutkaIb
cost of 80~5r4M 0 gallons by $10 an acre foot," he sad. the economies in some of fur
a new Wruos An acre foot of water equ 4 c"1-e tlie a4d ars that A"
The iaa of bracklah 325,850 gallon. troubled with brackih water
water san ",seable"-
apparently wtal pur- Committee sources id the de-
pose -a '-bt a out$10,the gree of freshness B fled In lodg| ,eetin
committee e. these esthnates pro a would C
A. Mller (3-Neb,) not be enough for drinz pur-
aid mn a. d other paoes but would be atisfactory
deltmathodie ow "great for arm use. Unity Odpge N. I t ,
ay revolu- will earan a 1pl ieonIt
l of. aome Miller noted that Congress has the InitAtlon eandidae
coastal cltUe. authorized appropriations of up the Par4aoLoOae Hall on 8atur
mn e tothein f n to $4,000 to encourage researo day. beghniun at 7Ta pan. '*
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the more euumea vaporlsation
dia- Other ammittee sources mid
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Is. Imagine still I far too tigh to niSke its
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r game and velopment economically pratl-
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rl. Miller said ast Information
as actually supplied to the committee on the 0
sburs Pal; now proceam Indlates "'that withnIin seh
am, N. J. I ost o-f. a ter toa because a two-headed gse b only t"o c imnu 4
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Mid Clerk Uses 6mbel's Lw Line

roquel Malle Of Merchandise

Becomes Widower -NY Apariment
NEWARK N.J., April 16 (UPs NEW YORK; April 16- (P) -
-Authorities prepared today to Beginning next Monday it will
return ta mild-manered office be possible to go shopping for
work to California to face an apartment in a department
charges he bludgeoned his wife store.
to death with a croquet mallet,
cutt off her hands and buried Gimbel's department store
her body by a Mexican road- here is offering 3,700 coopera-
side. tive apartments for sale in A
Edward Richard Fredericks. $50,000,0q0 development plan-
42, confessed to Newark police ned for Bayside, Queens, a sub-
yesterday that he murdered his urban section of New York City.
wife last Jan. 6 at Van Nuys, shoppers can inspect furnish-
Calif., and moved with their ed model apartments in the
three children to New Jersey to Gimbel's store in Manhattan
start life anew in his mother's after next Monday. The first
hme. units on the 200-acre site are
scheduled to be ready for oC-
A routine interview by a Los cuppncy next fall.
Angeles policeman led to the
confession. Joseph L. Eckhouse, executive
Fredericks blurted out the head of the store, said a 'four-
murder story shortly after. de" room apartment in the project
tective 8gt. C. 8, Stewart of Los will be obtainable for $995 down
Angeles went to.sae him at his and a rlhnthly carrying-itain-
jol in the Prudential Life In- tenance charge of $77.80.
surance Co. office here ,to ask He said Gimbel's has no
about the disappearance of his financial interest in the housing
wife. development and is selling the
Fredericks, a former Marine, apartments just as it would any
ee ricks da Xoor other product.
said he would waive extradition other product.
when arraigned In criminal
court here. today on a warrant Dutch Prince
charging him with being a futi-
tive wanted in California for Forced Lands
murder. P soc
Los Angeles police last night Personal Plane
confirmed .his. account of the
alsyrng when they dug up the NICE, France, April 16 (UP)
severed hands of Mrs. Frede- -Prince Bernhard of the Neth-
ricks in the backyard of the Van erlands piloted his twin-engine
Niu horde., plane to a forced landing-here
.he body of. Mrs. Fredericks, today when an engine overheat-
34. was found along a road in ed in bad weather.
InSenada, Mex., on Feb. 10 but
aever:had been. identified. The 41-year-old husband of
S Queen Juliana was at the con-
S* Inaden trols of the DC-3 on a flight
the two oldest of their four
'U lich s daughters, Princesses Beatrix, 15,
P s Indchina's and Irene, 13.
French Defender Prince Bernhard is an experi-
French Defenders enced piot.
HANOI, Indochina, April 16. Deer Lesson
:(UP)-The Communist invaders
f, Loas thrust ahead under RUTLAND. Vt. (UP) Roy W.
constant air attack today, while Horton bakery truck driver, re-i
leaders of the remote "lotus gently went out of his way to aid
land" considered an appeal to a 70-pound doe being chased byt
the United Nations. a dog on Lake Bonmoseen. He led;
SThe Reds overran the eva- the wounded, deer safely ashore
cuated outpost of Sam Neua but the animal slashed at his
early yesterday, and pressed rescuer. "It was my first and
forward on the hels of French lastM experience," Horton said.
and loyal Indochinese troops "She was unappreciative."
who were falling back toward
Sieng Khouang, 80 miles to the
French planes strafed the
Communist spearheads and
seared them with jellied gaso- I
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Stth 15.000. French, troops and
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SCeleste Wlrhadh, Mrs. -at.
le- as .,AING ainto, Mr. dle Asessa
A Mr. X. W. Bell.
ben Me; S'tlrs. arl searav en -rial with a b .Mt-
SL. J. ppeW rty the p ftle f their Gat. msde rae, fwsesml ileteuo it mad Mi Br -
t~l evenal, to e g Mr. d IMnr. Wayne L tUin who am1 j Annende Birth wf 8
.g. o ai aA U to make their home in Ama ada, Montana. Liutenant and Mrs. Zugcne
SL. bik 7 Jr T laTh. aI g the group omr- ty cents for adults and 20 cents W. ncurres bortof Dais an-
It"M st tCoor- pTlseft 't eMa to wnich' or children under twelve years t bir o tir
s po lieo ie o they o ag e, and entitles the pu'- cl a sn, on March 0 at
rpkr 01kA exhbjted t example nori haser to attend the moving United States navl Hos-
."aen appointed t tWatoAl were picture which will follow the ,al at Coco Bolo.
.Dy project modandlle Mmr Jongl ,s w. The baby was released Ir.an
C-lap. imo the hospital Monday and Jon-
eood C byi, y Jm i orO z.u. Cad .t ed Its parents at Fort Davis.
I thetne l 5 were won by Royal Palm Lnapter of Ithe
m Mre Cae.i)x ane Mrs. Lea Order of the Eastern 8sar s I IIITr
NieAWmS Nals 4 r K ealsto won 'by sponsoring a card party to beI SW-. ..m
ae e MhoIs given Baturday evening at ahe
a ro.o.so the sa hlon show, :Criltobal Masonic Temple.
0 e s n.d a &Lswr of aaUeralefs. waals All types of card games will I received this letter from a
Co tlon have given MrL'. .tg by the la- he played and reireshmenws woman who thinks I should
an 1A tthe pit"for ob. u.es. Mr. g was presentcId sm ved. An Invitation is etewnd- wr;e something about the hds-
M ,oreM D intoa leaner 0 ana sanaMoe- td to all Eastern Stars and and who pays more attention
?S- -- -ahur-ces ,is co~morTersO their friends to attend. k his children than to his wIe.;
2ouS r" . 3 ''noseW WgB tie eveni8 I'll write the piece bat I'm'
Sm i" the were: sdr.I &. ara. Cari c. iMr. and MrN. Both afraid it won't be exactly what
annual mr. and td'-A'i mas etel, U-. Leaving For Vacation she wants to hear. U certainly
c l cel- aTnd Mrs. ward Uox, m er. n Mr. and Mrs. George Roth i.n't going to aythn that
m en-Mrs. X. .Y. aitdoK, Mr. at.i and Marilyn are sailing Friday she can show her bland ant
all IS. itsv ..ltB rM LR l.n, rC. Mranr Ior New York. They will visit ,oy. "Here is someone wo a
SMrs. Joa r,. I. and Mis. n Port Chester, -New York, f r grees that you albuldn't aV
Sv.. b. ad Mrs. a visit with his family before I.ore attention to the & tildrml
Sr- rapsu Ba M'. aino ars. going to Pryor, Okla., for a th.tn you do to your wife."
EdUcat Plan' Wallace i-arat, r. and M.a. visit with her relatives. For I want to talk to the
Jrea williougnby, mar. and Mrs. wife, not to the husband, and
SuIvey Of Courses Road Alarnca, J and ar. ev:i Monday Musicale Holds my answer Is:
ururr, Vm'. and Aia. Aloge' )ea-_ Meeting
On Ltin America in's, Mr. an"d aM.r. 'lnomas The Monday Musicale, met, at Don't try to strike a balance
d .. erreurnan, 'r. ana nAr. I. U. the home of Mrs. A. A. Rankin between the atfection you r
S-, Spei 1 I pecni, Mis. Winam bchuster. n Margarita with Mrs. John Hniband shows for you and,
NW-1 A er1i-can r e (UMrs. as. .ee ian, Mrs. i e as a M. Purvis, Jr., presiding. y.ur children.
studl. out a sur- s a JoU aoener. i Mrs. O. E. Joratad prese"ed here's no quicker way to
I-- a very interesting program onlinake a man uncomfortable aud
i Mnm xImare tle t by chamber music. She told of the ill-at-ase In the midt
iSw. .2iaS3 e I history and growth of this type ifaiu than to give bhim au
Wehe I ua.kgieting of the of music and lUnstrated her idea that you are watching to
1a14t %Vlag&l :,&*e ..u--2 talk with the playing of rM- Ieer whether he is shownrg you
a- h o oa an Ords. as much attention as he shows
Sm sutprien wth a iikar lr nit Refreshments were served aV the children.
the c Ins son, IoWl easud the close of the meeting, and l
__ l ne pai uy was ihAm t. me Mrs. Rankin was surprised withIONLY A CBILDISB WIFE
ik ^Se frst. ilome o rud. L. d. asno ,s a birthday cake made for he: ENVIES HR CMLDMBN
0o ~f twh. M rs5 .1S. J. reiasns, ana naV.A by Mrs. P. J. McLeod.
___eof ennern de aper s cod u- The members present includ- No man could o Ltroh
N aatio le.a l% f ee n er an hoS eu Mrs. C. J. Genis, Mrs. J. N. under those clrcumstanoes. iI
0 i t Amerin eAw shower of blue and wite Kenway, Miss Anna Flaher. s!des It pretty chuildis ~o
vhdes a_.tion strean-t.A Ae- from me e al Mrs: Burt Watson, Mrs. J. -M. wife to be Jealous bf the
tvers sectiona ot rae Uvmig room Ana Brown, Mrs. Richard Edmond- her husband has for their ldll-
of the ts we a ac a Mrs. F. J. McLeod, rndidren.
Pth L reorWejvd K plan was pros fp toaw
the Sl58so ,trea5iz.Bt aul t g wi,, Mrs. H. C. .ol. It's natural 1for .dhllGSn "-a
partrment:sf aOl- opitbed a social ateuoon w1 Mrs. David Kaplan was presa. family to compete with each
lege, Who of twhe Lnjoytd an rereaureu wer 'ent s a guest. other for a palf-n' ove and
"meetig.w-rtm f t" thd .,rviu. -- attention. Bu It It l natural
ermtin the ladies who. participated Esmblem Club Card Party for their mother to toin In the
pewhich will emeeet u Jim a ,h...pr: i. a ted-- The recent card ty which competition.
which Wl. .a. -u" "-460A A was g- given t the .E kL ome ;
t)all sb a, mi. waar .Iy the Cristobal CE Z m Club -:o. Your children need their
nSl, ,AeV. .r. ~Wese, Mr,. -52 was a very successful af- flhther's love and attention as-
-. I. a n, . o uo ~i~'.arec,, ,lrn much as they need yours Don't
e. 'L n T hy.WArw, 'c .- Wi.nne"s o the prizes" or the begrudge It to them. And don't
Mrs"n .,. r& '. M, ..o....... eveing were: Mr. A. Ar. A-entertain the silly idea tha.
sn aJ a'm, i- 4."st, Oeln n"',Id, LL% Commander J. L.FaR- your husband ought to ratl
1Ara.s. a9nLam. uC s atem k. i .Ur, Mlrs. inor Brown, MrA. out his affection and attend
e.n, n^, r4 4I ,ach, (ai, Clara M. Chambers, Mrs. Mar tton, giving so much to you
h " Lri *-ames oireay ant's ra on Jones, Mrs. Francis KIng, and so much to the cldram.
ame n-xe. v drss" Mrs. Marilyn Marsh, Mrs. That is about as chllih an-
S.mu wn. Ruth Tortorl. M f Mildred Idea as.a grown up woman,
mr. ad iMrs. Titans a ."ckley, MrB. IbJo les lLrs. could have.
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e. ey were te overngn
gis mL or iear mater uand oroin.A
us look get one of our rx..-iaw, sM. 1no Ars. .w..
ent and what colors br.user ad na ga i, ar. ana T
ars. .ohn na smaroa of 1e o nt TA
.5.9 chic bate teonga, noeore LLwer
m STORM- DIAMNa s the oyb ins
BUR TORB Iaby et C 8 tiny Nshad Cmds on the
*ej bacseiulfhmarket.
kDURO, S. An 'Ao recent daby Boost eR R
Campaign A14 alt the awarl- *RE(L TRADE MARK
Not d tInl Ave. tits unom unwiten by he womn-
."1n' Aumm ary as very suc-
easfid i lfaur Wah plenty of
exnzeans as tam ienal pufllin
6)f the v7oes.
.. .ac at m ne 'uwinners,-won a
Liver. trophy cup ana eacn or
the coauesaan was preawuided
a aouver spoon of Panama.
ner iA e one-year- ,

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tlma1an for the contest.
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.9pm. In the patio

UMSr st I riece rchstra of outetandiga Isthalan muscleans play
.fa' modern, popular numbers of Lecoano, QGenhwn. Rodsers, etc.
A*rnam do ub axophonist. Catalno Beltia. trombo at Roberto Bates,
l sn t player, Cass Barrison, plant, Tto Ooater. tenor, and
toi, wu, bes .t this firt and
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SHousehold Automobile6 D ,o e p.m (rWI e s InM era Blplh. ih fAitNo s
FOR SALE Refrigerotor. washing FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tutor sedan. 2011 AMi C. Z.es ie Z rates rt tph"r .
Balboa Los Cruces house 1457. Phone Coco Solo 8304. DR. WENDEHAKEn KMedicatl Clinic. 5 Y i
FO SALE-- pc bamboo ser. TTI FOe SALE: 1951 Ford. Excellent Telephone 2-379. Panon. Houses on bieeb. Santa Clara. Equip-'
2-787. Balboa. Houie 795-8 Lo condition. Must sell, $1175. Ca:I ped for lare rtie. Phone Shrop- "
Boca Rood. Balboa 2-4479 after 4:00 pm. Planning on getting married soon? fl i albo a I e9 or see retaker
Visit us before buying your furni-
FOR SALE -Gas range. p ano $300 FOR SALE 1952 Chevrolet wth Vur Wsit h pleasure buyng your furi thre...
00; Icble. 6 chairs 585 00; power-glide. Excellent condition cost. we wll Ig. re out whet you PHIL Oceide Cottaes. The. RESS t ho
wicker set $50.00; 2 chests of Under 9.500 miles Priced for need to be com:orreb:e occord;ng only court In Santa Clara with on - -U M,
drawers 510.00 Call at Colegio quick sale. May be financed. See to your means. space and payment rna viw m a ll c ottarge. steps A G l.
Industrial, Pedrelol. Leaving coun- at 1324-C Gavilan Area, Balboa or plan. Mueblerio Europea, Central to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration, ,
triy. call 2-3269. Avenue & East 21st Sr. No. I. Tel- ba:iecue and shuffle board. Pan- A 0 i
WANTED.--Apartment, unturn. d. FOR SALE: Jaguar Sedaon Jaguar phone 2-1833, Ponomi -amo 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673 g "
In El Congrelo. U S. couple. o Super Sports. Hllmon Sedan. All Travel v 'AREA._ -e Route of No Balboa. 9: N
children Pernanent residents Pan- low mileage 1952 models. Also 200 Good Neighbor' NO INREASE Spend your week end at Casino Santa Geo. F. NovYCV ICo I owd Blow
*rm Will sign lease. Call Colon cc Ambassador Mororcycle. Phone PFRICES:.. FREE MEALS ... Clora cabin c$4.00 a Cuple. SDo nce tG ( A y I.9o ( rO
44 Albrook 6207 after 4.p m. COCKTAILS! One-way to MIAMI, music by Casino Aces. a g
FO SALE-- Refrerator General FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4-door $70 00.. .NEW YORK, $114,00. Wil- m' S-nt. Clr h I:1-M lll l
Electric, good condition Real bar- sedan in perfect condition See ill .. .GUAYAQUIL. $80.00... UI- Wl S Clara Beech ON@ ,,h,, o41 toi
gain. 10.081, 10th St, Apt. 3. ofter 5 30 at Calle Aquilino de lal TO. $86000 Round trip to MA- e, beMroms, retigermhl.naA 1 Te wret hn
New Crstabal. Guardia No 27 and 50th Street I MI. $12600 ..NEW Y.QK Rckilie ran ,s s0o. Ballbe lt, S pA.p :00--Thm Ow mW a
R SLE-Brnd Nw Double BedFOR SALE: 1950 Chevrolet Club QUITO. $154 80. G-4- WShipping. moving strg. 1- a
with Coil Spring 77 00; Twin Size coupe, excellent condition, rod o, enge dpcnes For more dils tT p d rto
(Coil Sprirng 58 00; Wardrobe Price reasonable. Call Albrooli PANAMA DISPATCH SE E6 TeFr
', 7.50 and 19.00; China Closets 5183 or 5192. A___end Nac.onl IAum
* from 10 00; Electric Stoves I lO- A0Rowi, telephone 2 -o55e anaL T m A pr
S 220 volt 25.00; Cribs, completC. FOR SALE -1952 Mercury Monter. I FORCRENT:r Concrete bungloew: 0 0 t On Thc AI
from 35.00; BuHets 18.00; Coil rev. 4-door. Merc-o-maOtc wh.te. o SPECIAL EX w three bedreaooms, three services, par- C lbkl
Springs 25 00; Desks (metoll wal tres 7000 miles. 571 -B. FROM PANAMA TOlot din m big closed ph
from 25.00; Swivel Chair 12.00; Dioblo Heights. day-h $98, d tir 15 kitchen, md's room hr l -ro 7:ltlel
Complete Livingroom Suite 125.- -FOR SALE:-1941 Chevrolet pickup. hto h water conn.cti.... 6MWIOS1
00; ChiLrs 2.00; Tables 6.00, FOR SALE:--1941 Chevrol pcku. LOS GLIS, y a, Sbon s.M. 0ALBRS IN NEW AN1 10- Re
Dining Tables 1000 and 14.00, 4 tires, battery, metal body now. round trip. $52.5. 90 p-hIhio. ele h 3-3041. A4EanW Oeta
also rebuilt and reupholstered fur- Duty poad, $300 00. Phone 195-L. Panama Dispbch Seawl Aveue USED FURNITURE o:0o--A s.
tulo reofbult in prices at HOUSEredfu- Colon. 8 o.m. to 3 pm Noclonal (Aitomeble I. Tel. PQR RENT:-Furnished chalet: two 0SED FURN!O E 11: l 10-aN e 1
niturt bgin prices ot HOUSE- Panomae2-1155. bedrooms, service in each one; llv- 4 Aatrt e Im | l j
HOL PECMAH E IThe only store FOR SALE.-Motoro a. 1952 model, Pnam 2-15. f Ing.diningroom, etc. One or two r e l
of its kind in Ponarml. usy Cm d- good condition 555.00 Calle "'Q" DR. WENDEHAKE.- Medical Clinic. liable American couple. 4 maoltt. W BOT AND OL ll:00-WI
t Terms. 41 National Ave. (Auto No. 27, Tel. 2-4666. Panama. Central Avenue, K Street corner. Deposit and one month in 1odnq g11 -O the R
Row, Tel. 3.4911, Open Sotur- FOR SALE.-1942 Ford convertible, Telephcne 2349, Po required. Inspection: 12 noonJ -M t t
day 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. good condition, $25000 Call 3- Pm.-7 p.m. 13th Street and VI. ".M
FOR SALE.-Bemboo livingroom set 0782 or 51st St. No. 38, Bella POR oL 142-Ao. Sn Francisco. r :-Lu~nM c .e.i
ngroom set 0782lor$51st St. No. 38:0,lml a F MR AL
Very reasonable. 6 tables, I sotfa, Visto. 2-2381. HER It pulaei Music]
'3 chairs. Coesfurnture Miscellaneous RENT 2ESw -
Phone 3-1469. wFOR RENT"" : g
SSPhon3-1469. 60-l FOR SALE FOR SALE- lope recorder, good FOR RENT Y^*L3-t" 1:1 ePr Oaty Parde
FR SALE -8-cu ft. 60-cycle Phil- F L condition; also modern mahogany I:45-Lum i Ah _9 "
co refrigerator. excellent condition. de.k. uphol:tered swivel cbhir. Tel. Apartnmebts :00-Rhythm and Reson ti
Freezer locker across top 5100. Real Estate 2-;902 "B" Avenue No. 99, Pan- :FOa ENT:--Fum I of Prae .M ( 11tO) s
;ears Roebuck All-State one-wheel FOR SALE'-Nice house near Ihe sea-wa. o nof
trailer -tn capacity $40 C FO SALE-Nice house neartheo - -Bell Vista for 3 months after May :-l .. l oSft, bs S eI
$7ntrailer -State Coil Albrook in San Francisco de la Coleta with FOR SALE.-1948 Ford V-8 sedan, 5. $100 a month. Apply alboa : .--l T e at S lh2 a l
75 new Statde. Call Albrook all city conveniences, nice localty. 24.000 miles. 5900;,9-.p. bom- 106 or Panamn 3-312f. fu.e AlW JP ll.tuO. j :.-T ltlt. '-.
S86-624~ near bus line Cheap. must sell. Go- boo Ivngroom set, $175.00; 9- f- NT-SmaIlorn f rn PCV i.'
ing away. For information call cu ft. Norge refrigerator. 25-cycle,. OR meNT- rodern urns S .
Thomas Real Estate Agencies. Cen- 00. Telephone Balboa 2107. apartments, refrigerators 550 and -Aar Sor
F R SALE. trl A. Cl i s.in 7259 Te.I3 S 65 for couple. North American I -
L tral Ave. Caldonia 259, Tel. 3- FOR SALE Heavy duty 25-cycle neighbor Second Street No. 48. C HI R OPRACTOR R
Motlorcycles nam motors 1-4 hp. $10,, 1-3 hp. $15; Carroasqulla. Via Espoao facinlr Dr. C ALDO I. I : T 5
1-2 hp. $18; four mahogany lord- entrance to Pueblo Nuevo. Tel. 3- (Palas. GOraduate) f
SALE:-Cushman motor scooter. FOR SALE.-Choicest lot in Las Cum- Vers to fit old type cottage in Dia- 0471, Panami. & St. A kmV .JAL 1 ]$ Ptl t
In excellent condition. -125.00 bres, 2500 m2. Phone Cristobel blo $10 each 5457. Diablo. FOR RENT:-To responsbl A ri- b "" "
MIy be at Auto Service. Inc 2979FOR SrpE: a nnd nwoim bleAy, 'ri-l
--9______ FOR SALE: -E: nd new akj can fu7 f oporn i
O ned b AIn, Inurane Con- h6OR SALE: -- Farm 20 miles v.ione o 30 "'T.ool.0r0, .7 t0a o "
& 1well, fence and river. Call Tel, 146 i -
Hours I19-12 am. in, Al
FOR SALE --Beauiful lotnd .....
o Arrin. CbaP. lb- 3 House 758-C, Anaby
VVANTED***Retired Canal Zone cou- FOR SLE t... a Clora SALE:-tional Co. and C I P au s
pe toact as caretakers bdnd 4.00.00 cash or term. Phone ins long and short wave receiveri. c : -or
S salesman at Coronodo Beach. Sal- Forrell, Cristobal 2381. All models on display. 45th St. No .8. 8 -
ory, free house. and utilities. Good . -.. 3. BeIVista. .....
; Balboa 3346. FOR SALE FOR SALE: Pedigred pups Ari l- R'* *n i0
WANTED: Immedite PanCanal R ALE (Toy Temers AKC regi- Ro .
Mquartrs for Captain, te ln Bots & MolOr parents four t0 S PhneFOR RENT:- omf ort on
e k S Morris. U.S. Army Hospi- 9,076. '"2.97' 9th Stret. lk Pho RENT C fortl. in
tol. Fort Clayton. FOR SALE: One GM-6-71I Diesel 7 ella Vista'for finre, fe- BA of P.C.
en gne with numerous extra parts FOR SALE:-Ford '32. no tires, no Aon or Iv Phone f :w .
muve r FeeCall B. W. Forgeson, Home 4-116. battery, will run. Also Sirvel IL.d w .RN e a to (Bai.
Offce 2-2867 box, good box. no unit. Two pintor REN
horm ,Balboa Road 7544. fo1ltrl a II e. t 2
$ HMinmun Wage FO SALE:--Baby Boos alive, goo 23-'302. rom 2:10 to 6:0 p . ...b- D ~ t h oi
Tk sHoldOfeMen Minimun Wage ede sExcellent pets. Donot FOR RNEf .-. room in "'
4 01 US AM Inbit@. Or correctly preferved nicely roOdiYn
(Continued from Palre 1) coiled in jars, lost forever. fman a
f iA B h year oi unbken st- other specimen. Bradl, "23 .---
have a year of unbroken sais- __dro________ FOR RENT
factory service aince their last Pedro Mgue FR RET
A maneuver and field problem pa raise. FOR SALE OR TRADE:- "At Blue
,ewppsevling in U.S. military Hourly employes who are in Book Price." 1951 Cadillac Coupe Mjellaaet i ..
talartLnmi on the Isthmus, took the first three steps of their DeVille. 5333-C. DiFbo, C.Z RENt: a
Od th personnel of the grades are automatically pro- FOR RENT--
iddqurr and Heada uaters moted, while employes in the hou wJl end nt
Jittery, mtth Antialrcra Artil- last two steps of their grades are' Eisenhowe T. sm 1
O unm Battallon, Port Davis, s eligible for administrative in- 731 And- s fr
tl took to the jungle Thurs- creases upon the recommenda- f ih
afternoon In "exercise dek tlon of their bureau M t,. The (Continued ea Page 6. Col. 1) L '-i I M
band on work perfomae numbers or in the Iloan of a ra- D I
based on work perf--m ce of tlo to other couatnl.e strength. Will ler. rnts mh-'1n Ifre ra11
This problem was designed to employes. fo to other countrW strength. Will .e0 to re-
headquarte r- on of Industrial outUt that pl m
amiiatrtse the headquarters r- 2, A Ilmltaton on the propor- pairlal Cashe C ora .
DmIel with situations they There were 423 employes who tlon of industrial output that plm and- le If he has the "
rould encounter If their head- were given automatic within- each country could evote to right i. Casino Santo Clra.
'qs rters were moved from garl- grade promotions at the begin- productionm FOUNDr htdr l '"l fe-W "
toatactlcal field ipolU" ning of this quarter nd 556 3) International control of a- rwhrt t, oof a- m l Iea. I2.
others were given administr ative torn I energyIr pce.l pr
The over-night problem In- promotions. These promotion, ps and prohbi of ao i Lum 40
a march to the bivouac represented inaceaes of two and poses and "prohibion of atomic LOST S IAg wle r. Of 'e.
here a camp site was es-three cents an hour in pay for 'eap lit. man ptl. i with and
and Jungle craft was these employee at an ate 4) t"Ahr lmitaon or prohibition tades- Rewar to di le'l.
and put Into practice. cost of approximately Pa on other weapon Of grat deP- Reward: Tel. 3-0
xerece was held under the year. Panhni. e t t
of Lt. Col. E. D. Win- 5) Enteirement of at
,bttalon commanding o- For Which Foot?, "by adqu ae 7 S Cond W Toir
ol ernard O. fimmcr inn a practicl 0 11 O. 11a111
Sopertions officer and 8WEETWATER, Te. P) tion under t eat ons.en
ouis D. Fourner. Head- Burglars broke Into the home of He backed up his disarutamen
Sbattery commander. Dill Pace and stole one shoe from ple with ea ic SitlI what
a o1 rthe p.re ,= .0i jace is costing. Set Fo r
each of 15 palr. the world.
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Bad Weather Continues

Yanks, Phils, Dodgers

Win Only Games Played

NEW YORK, April 16 (UP)-Bad weather and
the schedule maker held the Major League to three
games yesterday.
Home teams won all three. The New York
Yankees stopped the Philadelphia A's 4-1. Brook-
lyn beat Pittsburgh 4-2 and the Phils pounded the'
New York Giants 8-1.

Two National League games There's a good chance Preal-
St. Louis at Milwaukee and Cin- dent Elsenhower's "op en in g
nati at Chicago were po.stpon- pitch" in Washington Will be
ed by rain. In the American rained out-just as Vice-Presl-
League, Washington at Boston dent Richard Nixon's was Mon-
was snowed out. Detroit at St. day. The Washington forecaster
Louis was called off because of calls for cloudy weather with oc-
high winds. Cleveland and Chi- casional rain Thursday morning.
cago weren't scheduled. Showers Thursday afternoon.
Only 16,000 fans turned out for Owner Clarkk Griffith of the
the three games. half of them at Senators says-"we'll play if at
Yankee Stadium. In that one.iall possible. Maybe the weather-
the Yanks took advantage of man will be wrong again." The
loose fielding by the A's to beat forecast for last Monday called
Bobby Shantz. 4-to-i. Gene' for good baseball weather.
Woodling got two of New York'sl Mr. Eisenhower would be able
five hits and drove in two runs. Ito see only a few innings of the
Allie Reynolds gave up seven game which starts at two o'clock
hits. Dave Philley getting three. EST). The President will leave
for the second straight rlav. by plane for Salisbury, North
Forty-five hundred Philadel- Carolina, at four o'clock. After
Dh!a fans watched Curt Sim- making a speech, the President
mons pitch a five-hitter, beating continues to Augusta, Georgia, to
the Giants. 8-to-1. Simmons also resume a golfing vacation.
got a double and. two singles'
while catcher Stan Lopata got a er a Ta I twae
p.air of two-baggers and Del En-f of theer k e
nis hit a two-run homer. obby
Thomson's homer was his second i A. || If
of the season for the giants Als n U
Corwin is the loser. I
Prooklyn beat Pittshurgh, 4-. iI r
to-2. before 31-hundred fans Service All- ars
when Pee Wee Reese singled with
the bases loaded in the eighth. Seven teams are represented
Russ Meyer won his first qame on the Panama-Canal Zone Um-
for Brooklyn. Johnn, I Indell. the pires Association All-Star team
ex-Yankee outfielder. now a for the Armed Forces Baseball
pitcher, 'nd Carl Furlllo of League. The champion Albrook
4 Brooklyn each homered. Flyers head the list of twelve
The cond round of "s players with five of their regu-
The second round of "seson lars nabbing spots on the team.
Sopeners" comes up tod&v as the The team consists of Chatham,
Irod teams return 'onae. The Albrook, 1st base; Rivera, Special
^ highr ht Ls In Wachln'ron.1, ., 9d h tiravlde.
hPreldtent Eis enho h- s sned. Troops, 2d base; Igaravidez,
Preoilent Eisenhowc- is scbed-' 504th. 3d base; Krajclr, 370th,
Sied to throw out tle first ball in shortstop; Porte fantry
.e afternoon gr.e of a da_- left field; Sclafanit Abrool cen-
W. t double-'erdcr.- ^lo in the ter field; Zarbon Coco Solo, right
m erican .eague. .t. i outs IPt field; and Boetto, Albrook, catch-
Chitago, Clevela-d at Detroit el
**nd 8oston at Phi'd"iph'a. To.
tnd ftatn at Ph'ald Ip 'a. Tn T wo pitchers were selected
t New York, Phd: tl ph. s at with Urban of Signal chosen for
P it rgh and Chicago at St the right hangers job and Stas-
surgh and Chicago st tzecki of Albrook as the portslder.
isl under'the lihts. Mll au-i!Weiland of Signal and Retenel-
S eeA at Cincinnati for the sec- ler of Albrook were selected as
d tim-. I
.. d t. i utility players.
,The voting was close for many
t|-s- -- U^l_,nLll of the positions, with Urban andI
ry M Phall Boetto the only players gaining
s' the unanimous obac of the
e4 6tnln in blue. t ieuTgoYfe
EIIflEJ .' 1 [ ..land Ren;ro of the 3Sd received
S strong support for outfield posts,
frsoa %iN t, Caf n er bjt could not gain enough votes
frrolH Hrreol anCer to make the rtng line-up
BRL AIR, Id.. April 16 (UP) ,The umpires also held the
-L..y n I*a ....I, vdla...-- ::c-tion of officers and Eelected'
termpeat ss0oir, Iiu.e, as t- I Dallas Thornton to serve as pres-
S ,.. y taeu e m.na:..'r o. u.s Ident of the organization for the
,ecuangs farmu ouay to be sut- coming year. He succeeds Ed Ma-
leriig k.olA a i..Li.t caice.. lors. who moves to the secretary-
S..A.r.ea 'Aea, ainaber of treasurer position. Marvin Met-
.;.xai .hoiae farm, said heney was elected vice-president.
..c nan ha beha en examied ---
by ans lyayscian in ew ori Some I\A Chkie
L.,u sad ueen uouelea to use Some Ol nieT
hAs voie as titue as po-siol --
4or nte next two weeu.
ierry did tabt say how ser- ATHLETICS
0o16s iac,'anus conittuM a s. A ab r be a
biaci'iail was w ubenauea Iro.n boost. ss 4 1 1 3 4
kas pos as ps.I..entm of t.e [P1111:y. cf 4 0 3 1 1
kbowe race tvaci on Tue:daay. Clarn-. rf 5 0 1 2 0
,e wuA face charges Diole loblnfon. lb 2 0 0 9 1
te Maryland Racing Commis- Zernial. I 3 0 0 0 0
onu o01 conduot -etrimental iMichael 2b 3 0 1 0 1
to tke.best interests of racng. Suder. 3b 2 0 0 1 2
'Ahe charges arose frum an in- A-Valo 1 0 0 0 0
"ldent in Itowle's clubhouse Kolloway, Sb 0 0 0 0 0
Irt Saturday. Astroth, c 4 0 1 .7 1 L
MacPhais also faces a bear- Shants. p 3 0 0 1 2
lg. n Hyattsville, aMd., Ma- E-Hamilton 1 0 0 0 0
psrate's Court net Monday Fricao, p 00 0 0 0
4a charges of being drunk and -- --
dliorderly and ck Iking a Totals 32 1 7 M 3U
state trooper on Saturday after --
the clubhouse incident. YANKEES
Sab r h e a
T. 1 Martin. 2b 4 0 0 6 21
TWO Down Rizzuto, as 4 0 1 2 3
Berra, c 4 0 0 5 1
Mantle. et 4 1 1 3 0t
Boxacore: Bauer, rf 2 1 0 4 0|
PIRATES Mize, lb 3 1 1 3 1
ab r b e a Collins, lb 0 0 0 2 0
am rf 4 0 0 0 Woodling, If 2 0 2 2 0/
3b 4 0 1 1 1 McDougald, 3b 3 0 0 0 2v
emaor, cf 3 0 0 3 0 Reynolds, p 2 1 0 0 0 0



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kovich 1 0 0
S 3 1 0
aigola 1 0 0
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ab rh o
P.b 2 1 11 1
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on, 3b 2 0 0 U
sell, c 3 0 1 8
son, if 3 0 0 1
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Wk utfor SandIoclk in ot
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L Mer 1. 8O-Lndell 4
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1 a-Called out on for Shant zin
3 8th.
0 b-Struck out for Shants In 8th.1
1 Philadelphia 000 010 000-1
0 Nt.w York 000 010 21x--4
7 E-Joost. Astroth, Rizauto, RBI
S-Clark, Wooding 2, (Bauer
13 scored on Joost's error in 7th),
Rizzuto. 2B-Clark. Woodling.
SH Buder. DP--Shanta-Joost-
a Robinson: McDougald-Martln-
3 Mize; Martin-Rizzuto-Coll i n .
4 LOB-Philadelphia 11, New, York
0 3. BB-Reynolds 6, Shantz 2. 0o
1 --Shantz 5, Reynolds 5, Frlcano
0 2. O--Shantz 4 in 7; Fricano 1
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0 cano 1 & 0; Reynolds 1 1. VWP
0 Reynolds. HPB Reynolds
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II McKinley, Honochick, McOowan.

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St. Louis


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2 0
1 0
1 1
1 1
0 1
0 2
0 2


Brooklyn at New York
Philadelphia at Pittsburgh.
Chicago at St. Louis (N).
Milwaukee at Cincinnati.
New York 000 100 000-1 5
Phila. 201 101 30x-8 14
Corwin (0-1), Hller, Kenned
Koalo and Westrum.
Simmons (1-0) and Lopata.
Pittsburgh 002 000 000-2 8 '0
Brooklyn 100 100 02x---4 0
Lindell (0-1) and Sandlok. ,
Meyer (1-0) and Campanol.

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Teams W L
Cleveland 1 0
St. Louis 1 0
Philadelphia 1 1
New York 1 1
Boston 0 0
Washington 0 0
Detroit 0 1
Chicago 0 1



New York at Wash. (A-N'.
Boston at Philadelphia
St. Louis at Chicago
Cleveland at Detroit.
Phila. 000 010 000-1 7 2
New York 000 010 21x-4 5 1
Shantz (0-1), Fricano and As-'
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Chmplonahip Series

Fergus La Bocans
Twin City Rookies

2 1
1 2

Saturday, 4 p.m., at Paralso

Fergus LIa Beans 7,
Twin City Roo Ies 6
With their ace'Dltcher, Wins-
ton Forde, on the nound, Fergus
La Bocans caat lead in
the five-game ,E Enlan Little
Lea ue champlo~p pl aoff by
shading Twin City Rooles, 77
to 6.
Twin City erupted forsix runs
on three hits In the opening
frame but thereafter could
muster but one hit as Wnaton
Forde blazed across his lightning
The victors chased across
three runs in the lower half of
the first when B. rlnlair clout-
ed a homer with two .mates a-
board. Another homer In the
third by A. Smith with one on
was followed be a game-deciding
two-run rally I the41fth.
W. Maynard started for the
losers but yielded to 0. Goode
in the fifth. Moreno came to the
rescue but tagged with the de-

The box score:

C. Sullivan, rf
T. Reyes, 2b
R. Samuels, Sb
V. Ford, c
G. Moreno, sa
L. Williams, .c
T. Murrell, lb
C. Williams, 1f
P. Morrell
M. Y rd, p
. Hoder, 2b
Q. Ooode, p

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3 1 0
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2 1 0
3 0
1 1 1
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SioR6i-u WOCAU N

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A. Brown, f 1 0
C. Thoma. b 2 1 0
W. Iorde, p i1 3 1
B. Snclair, S 10
A. iLth 3 1 I
G. Ramsis, rf A 0 1
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Reading from left to right: Capt. Olenn Treifinger, Dean Stuan-
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Curundu Mesl Open Bwi

Loop Close S ucessul s

In a' gala award patty last
Thursday night at the Curundu
Bowling Alleys, prizes were dish-
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cently completed 52-53 season.
Management of the clubhouse
went all-out in helping the
league celebrate the close Of tn-
other hard fought seu"on.
Prior to the tart of festivities,
the members organized a sum*
mer league with play chehuled
to begin Thuriday night, April
23 at 7 on their home alles at
Retiring leaue prey MUscles
Hovan, with aM of a flourish,
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2nd Ouning
3rd HovaYl
1st Relohra
2nd Lyolaa;
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wa reors, eight that till
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The kastrallan Olymplestar
bothered' t* season by alius
f 1 ttion; bag ed VtM
Pad from the 330-yard crown to t. .
Sthbrp tIS .1500 meters.
iWatsongiY Moore copped the lNtional
ifieldl MAAU oAbtd oe 00 an400-meter
S,.- title in' Ml., W as ateald-
Mar r breaking Unied States l -
relay team INt-summer. adde
the NCAf 440-yard frie style
crown this 7r1.
MeIa4L wth l alr.haatner
in his kick. and. a mp#atps In
hi heart, could cover walls with
medals. The triple he scored ia
nny Lewta slatejiv thlyear' AAU -edito bArei t
ilng. Gaa tle t 1 hi total of naonal ham-
SIt is a .artemarly noteworthy
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Written for NiA Serykce
QUBSTInt The latter swing
and masses a pitch. Catcher
S the balh and the battle
t the llt on hb-bback
Is it dedt or alive.-tmt W
Anowe-. UI l. a no ma
meveimt at.thte baVtr aBdi
Ahe ett ii wIrly da to
metllema the6 fille ball r6-
maia are. -'I thera s any
Mni- .. etm or eardele
VssFe' -tled batter.
w aeOldeatal ut.
".te m a eoafer-
he. H *p ar meay

ao the mu ?-Blll Mn m-
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>r*U *p.rb m aroeaud
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r at rt as the hld
Sfr the balL
runners who advance
ileaql base on long-fly
Ti in6 tagged out if
.'ta to.,touch the bar on
Street to first base after
L bll has been caught?-
L aflt oe eat for mis-
Na obom
ffTE .. Kana. (NEA) -
Ah J. Born. Kansas cen-
.1Welvd the National Col-
Ule Athletic Associations
SbMtball tournament's
.Uli lawer award, It
iathe t time in its 15.
r h -that a player frdh
i hiplnship team

duel meet, Is the pattern the
boy' lollewed.
"MOLane entered Yale as the
outatLaading, middle distance
Iswluer In. th? world," recalls
tht, Wteran. "MarshaUl arrived
aftev eompetUr with the Aui-
trllan.iQlymple team. Moore
was totally unknown with the
ikl ut of.. backgrounds.
"Mmbiall. ys the star at the
outst, cracking every record in
light. In their Junior year,
Moore wa~ the boy of the hour.
ComlnR down the stretch, it saa
Of the tare, .McLane aa
perhsapl H the o ao tha best
Hito the fietioka w e.nti+
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NEW YORK, April 16 (9W *
Perjury charges *aslt n i.
University of Keaiecb' 5l *
baih star Bill spiiter iL
oed today by the Dhitrsioeft,
Splvey was tried on the. p*
ury charge ,_ but the casei,,.4.
suted In a hung jury. Ted.,-
the DA agreed not to "eminent
anew trial. .
Judg' ral S. 8trelt was '
ed to dilniis the fa d C -"o
9 e thegrond t p aat que t -
wit*ee* died. anot wm El-.!
a e aid that two othef
J[,olstmt D'nhblrtric t A ,,er
d -spe 4-day lser tria. J, W
there war no new efkdage. t
is met improlb ble that mon a
second trial a Jur .would .aui
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another w nalt corn- nn, O., sta. Afte. nswe~tag
pable to aks lhty M's- tim 26-yrd, 446 -yard mad.1 0-
MeLane, Moore and Marshall-- moer Mace in tb. AAU, the
I not mere U~mCenmtateeniat.. ,: -teea McLane aid lconI-.
Old Blu lSallw not live to see ,I ha"ve as myi t..
188s *a*Ie t aes as.".
"tamy MULe Wayne e jJimmy tfaee a draft allA"
And John Maraall won med June, plans a business career
from here to Bels aki and, back when he pti out.
again needed =y to di. tLheir Mlca. Ls a lendr. but ab.-
tc. into t amto k vtioumly strong youenl mian Wl
more. IE te tourkth skin a brown as Aavalry-
t.ne, th d led e Tale to man's boots. The caew-eut a~r
NatIornI Asiatat At hletic has been qn the Al-Amerled
Union championship. This only team for 18 years.
way to teate Mima.l teJin my's the only. t Ie vtia.-
Athletic Atl saia title. mer I've qver eea whd aIsl a
tt B te swimmer's build." ams Coa s
Kiphuth. "But he uatk Upu or
It with an excitl nt m brotU
action, Which lead to a tie-
tinated stroke.".
Imbued with the spirit of h
Three Musketeers. as, mhty
M's bring to a cow a serm.
Slon of undergrldte 3m-
It was ironic that in RAlN
out their ntercollelae
ltehr tolnd them ev esoq-oec.
Ps N eqch othl i--I. V ,er
AAi'4 440-yrd evsnt.

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A l16-Ywea-old
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PRETORIA. South Africa. Apr. "Let the people know the truth and the uoary Is s e" Ariin il-e' a ': b &au l"
16 iUP'-South Africa's white
citizens voted on th.' issue of TWENTF.EIGHTB TEAR. PANAMA. .P, THUIU bAT,.,F 1t. INMS
".~bte supremacy yesterday in
an atmosphere made tense by ..
the threat of Negro terrorism "

RElhsr Policy-Makers, Bele"ed Korean--
tion' fraud.
".o suppirters of Jacobus 0."Po .cy M akers Belie0 : to:
rFirty m.ore killed earlv in the when oe
day. apoarentlv by the acciden- lor theb
tal explosion of a "dud" shell t A I I
left over irom the Boer war.
Rumors quickly spread blam- 0.a
Ing the deaths on supporters ui W .hd a
of Premier Daniel F. Malan. 'he
of .00m0A white were WASHINGTON. April 16 (UP) Eecker, Army controller, eoh niony might open a new phase it wans e late" 4ld toK oeft y.
ex d to vote n th ar- Sen. Robert C. Hendrickson military budget was planned on ol the Inquiry. a r altifon horta t beith t %
Uamentary elections, which said today the Senate subcom- the basis that the war would But she said the group w f T- M deliveries w t be bl~ad.
Sdecidrethe political fu- mittee investigating ammunition have ended and the services were never complete its hearing it f r greater" until after 'bu
will decide the Neroi u shortages should call former de- advised to restrict their planning explore al such "avenues" Iad 1 to. Xl
sure of 1a500nh000if iegros fense secretary George C. Mar- for Korea to "replacement disclosed that she hopes thie stressed the "aIpd thne" taken of the hlp m2
Aslatic and alf-casts in thi shall to explain an order he Is- needs. hearing can be completed ndleiaty to produce war oods and will be dt
British dominion. sued early in the Korean war. The practice of planning the the subcommittee can get i aths In the c otam-
The voting turnout was heavy. The New Jersey Republican, a budget on the basis of a full- to drafting its recommendt al tla.
Hundreds of cars and even some member of the subcommittee, year of peace has been abandon- It about 10 dayr. h 4 e A
light planes were used to ferry made the statement as the group ed by Defense Secretary Charles Son. arry. Byd Va.), .4 nDed that *lreT also the l ehdosme.
voters to the polls. and am- called Lt. Gen. Willston B. Pal- E. Wilson s spending plans for lso eritleised the Pentvarg t as long l Mi tlhZ.. rout to o
lances were mobilizedhere to mer assistant Army chief of the year which 'begins In July, w crb. aasea thb t the Wa. r U1il the time tE dal to ambulance
give bedridden Invalids a staff for supply, to testify. Decker said. wob ibenim er nby mid-l. ft i v thy on d rethed~ to t
chance to vote. Hendrickson re f erre to Hendrickson said Marshall msd there Is "no ydobt" that ord i placed. The
ll advance indications point- Marshals "statement of as- should be asked to explain how the idea "retarded proee1 Iormler Defense Secretaq Rob- fwas b.u1 j .
ed to eventual victory for sumptions" sent to the three he arrived at the mistaken "as- meat of ammunition and oth~ .t-A. Lovett hadl at last left :I t
YMlan's Nationalists. services in September 1950. The sumption" that the war was near items." Wee that Army red' and h di oed at 7
S th subeomittee yesterday, lad out Chairman Margaret C h ae yrd said yesterday that Molr- to blame for ea to.
eram at rgreation and strict the "guideline" that the Ko- Smith (R-Me.) said the enta- shall issued a "slowdown Osa ths shortages report.
erepession of the black rean war should be ever by gon has already been ked to in late 150 that was "almo~t.: Jcam4 van Fleet 1Vana thi-t
pplatioe that won for the June, 1951. supply all correspondence and directive not to prepare" for the ban t~Svtigated by the S aw
.uationaiat in 19. The Man Thereafter, according to tes- directives bearing on the 1950 Rorean war that had started mttee. .
anmurders In nearly Keny a imony of Lt. Gen. George H. order. She said Decker's test. three months earlier. Army offleesn siu Have .( t .
were cited as results of a "Budgeting for the Korean, war m t t t h e 'ekl .
beie toDepartmq lia theW'
"soft" policy. on an after the-tact ibasC b Pr Army Sreta nk Old d dldlt
TI'.- opposition's "United Dem- ttarded the" Army In building tp C, Pa Jr. has atestIie he did l ad 0t..
octatic l'ront" did not oppose O fl Ul I V Its world wide reserves of an .lothg about reple S'c
segregation, but It did advocate munition," Decker said. mutlon In the early o WflordM l,:
a national convention to seek e early ol lever
more moderate means of deal- Byrd remarked the Koeanl the war because ae. hso
M4g with cial probl T o B o a rdems plan seemed to haveI" aAur and o .ers
The opposition also expressed 4 IO 0f 'oetragic mistDAke af r it ud be t in l nr oa. l
alarm over the prospect that ETother." He said Marshall'a sn.stes Kefauver (D2'TEu.)
r ilaan's anti-British supporters was "most astonishing" an l w M the grop should f OUt t "
may proceed to discriminate o "more than a general aagamp- *"what sources of ilnfor tlon- ,.
against English-speaking South The election of four new mem-l$2,674.74; JWO-USO. 2,674.74; tion., It w a matter of as- Marshall used.
Africans when they have hand- bers to the Board of Directors of Boy Scouts of America, $,745.74; .on policy.
dl their anti-Negro program. the Canal Zone Community InternationalBoy Scouts, $1,538.- Decker said the Defense Fi
The Nationalists most of Chest and an accounting of the 14; Girl Scouts of America, $.,- apartment issued the "stalbeait .-
whom speak the Dutch dialect Chest funds were announced to- 378.47, International Oirl Seouts, of general assumatlons" on d pt.
of the Boer farmers, already day by Leonard M. Brockman, $1,007.32; Bummer Recreation, 27, 1950, a few days aftr Mr-
h le imposed some restrictions Chairman of the Board. $3.055.22: Salvation Army, $4,- shall took over as .teery t ,
on English-speaking residents, The new members elected to 139.44; and Civic Councils, $253.- Lou Johnson. Aumptlon =; '
and their parliamentary malor- serve a threq-year term were an- 16. was: "Combat opera tion ,in
ity has granted the government nounced as: Mary Brigham, a tea. Wll be concluded 30
sweeping emergency powers member of the faculty of Balboa The NCCS-USO, which was orl- June, 1 a -
which might he used to extend High School; W Ite Hu: t gnally a participating agency, Other asimption dtd
the restrictions of Colon, who hded ast s w deleted when it ceased to be Uta tee
Chest drive _ing ."b la tMO organiatmn. Contributorbe ch _t"it
R Balboa lirnep& firms on the tic aide; Geo. who had designated funds for reduce tonary th
f Baoa ieReel of Mar ta,,who was Hun- this agency were eobtacted by and avoidstrainson the natio. oa
Frltay, Aprll 17 nicutt's r t-hand man in the letter. A total of $701.19 had been al econdoy.o i
r Low Atlantic ie campaign; and designated for the NCOS-USO.
i tla.m .Brodle Burnham of the Person- Contributors were give a Johnon had previously a I- Aftel
:28 p.m. 1216 p.m. riel Bureau, former editor of the choice of having their money cuaSt em that ureum t abeWd mo#Te
Panama American and The Na- refunded or having It added to meet Korean needa should be th
_ tlon. undesinated funds. Re nest a replacementt" basis vEan" VBeage ;
They were elected to fill va- for refunds o oonly Siu re we eker am t ere was Babo. Cani e.s, t* Ap-
cancies caused by the expiration received. "ireWpPr hal6S O bf o l~ ath i 1
of the terms of four board mem- During the subsequent discus eber, 1 after B ae
bers. sion a member commented on thn emnter aped to the usca
the low number of U.S. rate em- the ghtin. t by that tIme mUea weat i L aiVon at a
The election and the report of ployes who had contributed to radioed Olobe. Wltsls here a
the Chest's financial status took the drive and suggested that Fo 4 a. that m iladJ
A A p lace Monday night at the an- emphasis, be placed on this sec- 20-Fo Fall the' Mena~th ncti, w
AA t nual meeting held at the Balboa tion of the community during A till Ina Uifebte.t
YMCA-USO gymnasium. Despite next Fall's drive. At The NMa*a a'ld t&n d e
A advance publicity on the meet- A stricken shp 0k hl e a total
the U S ing. attendance was poor, Brock- It was also suggested that ai Kills Ilnl man .
th w man said. Only about 30 people Incentive in future drives might The let Pg. Balb sof
appeared for the meeting whichbe some sort of quota plan for i r LA An Ajr h.
was open not only to Board mem- each group of potential contrib- A linen r .tbs a t ett I firtm
bers and representatives of par- utors. Divisiont e Globed pAtdr -
ticipating agencies and the civic Toward the close of the meet- noon,0 houas. tere e he fll Ootm ee
Councils but to contributors as Ing, the Chairman eabaout l t ladder at xrani !
preclation for the assistance stations
given by the partlcipAtlng agen- The
Prefacing his presentation of cies. the solicitor4, contrtbutop s '^s a .odd a
the financial report In which he and members of the press and radio p *i ae 113.21 o
was assisted by John Wnklosky, radio st who had assisted in i2 at M
Cheat treasurer, Brockman com- the drive. and o The
mented that the Chest achieve- A standing vote of thanks was remove "pted to the
ment in raising close to $29,000 given to William Jump and for the medklt"
last Fall, at the time when a Stanley Lony, local-rate repre- ship P i
drive was also being conducted sentatives on the Board, for Th crew In t
in the Canal Zone to finance the their outstanding work. .m. ditio l *
. rent fight. could be considered
via outstanding.
man and treasurer reported, a
total of $28,252 was raised. Cam-
Funds were obtained as fol- -
lows: ,.' : .. ;
From 1,709 U.S. rate employes U
Here's the place to have of the Panama Canal Com pany- ""
fun! Fabulous hotels and canal Zone Government: $,536.-
71; (an average of $3.71 per per- WV
glamorous nightclubs, son contributing); .
fishing and all other From 7,681 Local rate employes CORIERSw ter dApril 16 Ame
isin d lu goldenr the Company-Oovernment: (UP)- ,hirie d elae
sports, plus the golden 932.., or an averp of 69 rated hl a bI lth oa
sands of Miami Beach. cents per contributor; still refusing to c on istats. .
From banks distributed among surrender of alien s The s i
NEW YORK CHIAGO school children: $1,115.84; in the United t been" r
WAHINGTON From faculty member of the The exact w the
WASHINGTON Canal Zone schools (not included comedian were a te. His
in the employee above): ( 06.05; chauffeur said Ca and his .
-., Ian American flights From Colon donors: $2,201.96; wife were taking a holiday. hoe
make immediate connec- From Panama City donors: MLany ei r arl 3ray
n at Miami to ost From business firms on the ed today at C al m's big white
S iatjorU. S. cities. A glance Pacific side of the Canal Zone: manseo, Thnie t l w Bae, re.0 Beedls ,
qt the fares will convince '4; telephone call. bad been r emei- located
." that it's thethriftiest From m ellaneo ourc ed sine Waahngtb announced
ye, such as unions, fraternou pa. Chaplin probahi would not re=- t en IL
1.' '" fatest routn north. retired employ, etc.: I.28.; turn to the 5t -tmd thm o.
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ypr Trt An 1.1 (divided: broos M tern
r ouTwrnI Ao aj d A 8rook 3 maidbeowilljaaOPstatement
es; $1$24t.50; Headquarers, on the mather.
Caribbean Command: I.4 In 15ood ;I 's;re-
15th Naval DiLtraet: 30.79 tr, Xciunr speag for
and U-. Army Caribbean. the 12 employlet behInd hi
AlM Mtth e bo3 : the coedan, d ynterd
&SIngle donation was thftlft Ch ftI Ibs"bap L&3.SIg
Wr hum an muqaly Of the PC mind" but that be a
Duee..a umAn employsa the o f mrd ymt o t
tIe PC'l.plr d ad d t"a d status.
rlo M d mumm ~ mmdae a Ift o O mind ra ItmS think at lIet a sp ia
LbadM1e. S. oftbhe may be called to
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