The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

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

Notes

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

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01570

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jabilont United Nations soldiers pa d through "fr
dom gate" today but they brouqbt with thema new stei
of Red atrocities against America prisoners of war.
The Communist Peiping radio also charged that Wp
U.N. had mistreated Red prisoners.
One of 35 United States soldiers freed in the sec
day's exchange of sick and wounded prisoners told W
death march on which North Koreans bashed in the
of weakening Americans. He said Russians egged the
led guards on.
Another freed GI said 40 out of a group of 100 Amer.
ieans and Turks died on a forced march.
A freed Turkish soldier said about 100 Amerieans hn
one camp died of malisutrition.
Comm, .t orrerspodent A- In exchange for 40 Chin**
lan W to d In a dis- Communtits and 50 North *o-
,atAh btadeatt from helping reans.
that the OammuniAt prtseners 2)"A Communist convoy oS30
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it they h4,d ome out of a World ones to be exchi aed tpmonw,
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Shotl t eUheO. 4) The Amricns rel
ommn d fontlled prepara- yesterday, first day of the
CA U"e O= en thatt wo o to reaM* tIruce arr ied b ane in
Utoay after an ntrrupti k appy d f re
.. I le d news fom e since lat October. from tir ordeal. They w
S. ad fDevelopments in operation taken at once to hospitals
5 Co cet ls i Uttle b." the exchange in treant and final proeu
orp.u a camp newspaper and AS quotas of 65 UIs. pria- befe start home.
oe lsamsr todey tsed. An- in omaI, nludi1 Amrican, 5) Whe the prMone ai-
eb t ~hotoher er today pl for d6.03 Comamiplts tecfed: chana continued, and premwa-
S ado tMeu anewd came P- 1) Thrty-five Amerias, 12 ti e made for reum
10ven oal"dRaft Moo feand Radio Pel- Britons, three Turs and truce ta, the war kept
tomnopnoe foreign. south KoreaMs went though Ground fighting subsided. it
S pOD I SdIn l tbamembe of therorat "freedom gate" to liberty today upefwere ou t
ona1ktain a pad- do- was capturedbod a Communi
onpa nd nr m, ovepber 4e i. i l i~Aericans and other A-
He ponjurmedeatrthattimerDl hes eebs rd today were a ftar hap-
Wighduaimtor btl a2 pif' W i than the first aIrdvals
Si- 4 'yesterday.
ag.eoo. to A detail. The were laughing. ahboatug.
Uas.exited 25yars eamin" .me sickNOR, a&V utrucea drew up at ahe d-
taMnan."P Fines of $25 nwere ceimnd-er bee nO
oerm t aked who violated terday by interal ex e waviBn g,
it Int a hole or Fernando Alegre on fMfpe5-
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I all Illegal r bomb betting n Panati w. C0 C aton
fr^^.S~ifrom engaging W., Mao. aAWS aC
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Sr 40 days or maybe gambling or. L". 0- To Meet rsday
rooms and bars In 0o
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talksandrtarted rested wile plavigbCgo ad*
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&V rthe'm hl' he safti. Alegre said theip fine GCBOC will Gov.
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Shad banned ell- Administratot of nal Re- tative Ed K. Welsh.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PULlfHID *Y THR PANAMA AMERICAN PIESS. INC.
POUNDED *Y NRUSON RIOUNSVELL IN oss
NARMOOIO ARIAS. EDITOR
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CABLI AoDNpis PANAMERICAN. PANAIM
COLON OPPriC. 2 174r ("rINRA AVgJP BETWEEN 12TI" AND 3ISTH Seinfte
FOnRliN NEPRigEpNlaives IOSHUA POWERS. INC
34. MADISON Avg NEW YORK 4171 N V.
LOCAL *a UA
|N MONTH IN ADVANCE- I 70 2
00 *IX MON1H* IN ODVAC a sO 'II O
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THIS IS YOUR PORUM THE READERS OWN COLUMN


THE MAIL BO\X

The Mail Box is an open forum for readers of The Panoma Amer-
Icen. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly conli
dental manner.
If you contribute a letter don't be Impatient It It doesn't appear the
next day. Letters ore published in the order received.
Pleaei try to keep the letters limited to one page length.
Identity at letter writers is held in strictest confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions
e*prssed In letters from reaenrs.
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HALI AND OBSERVANT at 90 years of age is W. J. (Pop) Wright,
longtime correspondent. for the "Boquete Bugle" in the Mall Box,
and currently writing the "San Antonio Bugle" from his home In
Texas. This picture was taken on his birthday last month.

SAN ANTONIO BUGLE
Sir:
Spring is in and everything is green and prospects for a good
crop, but we still need rain. Looks like water will be the main
problem in the future. This place may have to reach out to the
Comal River, as the level in our deep wells is dropping. And Dal-
las may have to go to Lake Texhoma on tne Texas-Oklahoma
border for her supply
Many of the ariincial lakes haven't been full for three years.
and with so little rain Its hard to tell when they will be full
again. Part of the Rio Grande was cut off last month, but ac-
cumulation was little, as New Mexico has the flow shut off at Las
Cruces.
New oil and gas wells are coming In daily, but imports have
killed the iome market.
Fiesta 4an Jacinto begins Sunday and the town will be in an
uproar all next week. Everybody and his dog will be here, and
that reminds me that we have too many dogs already. A stray
mad dog (with rablesi came in on the north side yesterday, and
bit 14 more dogs possibly more before It was killed
A mad fox bit a man near Bourne last week, and many more
have been reported, so keep out of the woods. The foxes and not
the squirrels may get you.

TRENCHE TACR0 S BT
v r: P 'arai, C. Z.
Sir: .
It seems the surest way of getting results Is to send our com-
plaints to "The Mail Box," after trying to find out who is respon-
,ible and receiving run-arounds.
Here's my beef: On the Paraiso Road, opposWte the Paraiso
baseball diamond, are a lot of potholes, trenches etcetera, across
the street, which are a terrible hazard to motorists.
It has cost some of us springs and tires, but no one worries.
If an effort is made to find out who is responsible, the Panama
Canal or the contractors, tne blame Is usually shifted from one
to the other.
Maybe. thru this medium. the powers that be will decide who
Is who and have something done about this street.
Parais-Ite
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HORIZONTAL
S I Texas river
4 Russian river
8 Egyptian rive
12 Exist
13 Ages
14 In a line
S 15 Hole
16 Bad dream
18 Seething
20 Verses (poet.)
21 What the
river did
22 Pitcher
24 Jewels
26 Algerian
seaport
27 Uncooked
l" 30 Ascended
32 Plot
3 4 Flaxen cloths


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scolds 5a
7 Tree
8 City on the -I
Sambre and Vaa
Meuse rivers
9 Persia
10 Learning 28 Prayer ending Praise
11 Female 28 Military 42 Crust;
sheep (pl) reservation on13 Infern
17 Ditch the.Hudson 44 Brothi
19 Billiard stoke Rnier. Jacob
23 Squander Point 46 Small
24 Strong wind 31 Last 47 Pen n;
25 Goddess of 33 One who Charle
discord chops 48 Small
26 Attack 38 Snuggle 50 Eccenl
27 Burning again40 Social outcast wheel


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35 Propositions
38 Direction (ab.) 10
37 Sand hill
39 Departed .
40 Musical 1 -
instrument
41 New Zealand : -
parrot, .
42 Applaud zi z i'S
-45 Disparaged .
49 Had regard 7 M I3
S51 French island
53 Wings -
53 Likewise _
54 Nothing 3 -"-I
55 Obscure /,
56 Disorder -
it Water
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VERTICAL r --
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American lake






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ment s completely Ignbd1 ac-
cording to Ameddan pestaring
union sources. Theb. alps- go
right from Hong Kong to major
SovieUized Chinese pork'.'
British companies in 1 on g
Kong have said bluntly they
would not yield their regularly
scheduled services be twe en
Hong Kong and theS ovletized
Chinese ports of Swatow, Ar-
moy, Shanghai, Tientsin, Chin-
wangtao and Taku Bar. There
are about 10 ships on this China
run, which can move hundreds
of thousands of tons a year
right Into Chinese Communist
military hands.


These shippers have reveal-
ed as recently as March 2
that the British Admiralty
has promised naval protec-
tion -the actual shooting of
anti-Communist Chiang Kai-
shek gunboats right out of
the water- If the National-
ists interfere with this trade
with the enemy.
Coupled with this pledge of
British Naval protection Is the
Peiping fortification of Lap-
sapmnel Island. With the full
knowledge of British Naval In-
telligence only 20 knots away,
the enemy of the United Na-
tions (which include British
troops in Korea) calmly moved
a unit of the 24th Regiment of
the Communist 4th Field Army
out of Taishan County, Kweng-
tung Province, to the Lapsap-
mel on April 1, And a regiment
from.Fumen, Tungkun County,
and the 17th Regiment of the
Communist Public security
Force were shifted to nearby
islands for added protection.
This was done to guard a-
I against any possible raiding by
either UN forces, or anti-Com-
*munist Chinese gunboats from
Formosa.
Yet the British. who pledged
aid to those supplying the ene-
my, didn't move a tea cookie
when this Soviet military man-
euver took place some three
weeks ago. Nice allies.
Nor did they move a winch
when the Chnese Communist
gunboats raced into Britbb wa-
ters to sele three vacationing
Americans, Including te heroic
Capt. Ben Kramer, of 11 Brag-
aw Av., Newark, N. T.
Krasner had antagonized the
Red Chinese by rejecting an
offer of $20,o In gold to run
a load of guns, hidden under
tobacco, into Macao. jUst a-
croes the river gaI X d China.
The tobacco wat for Portugume
merchants. The guns were for
the front against our ore.
8o what good did the Grek
Rovermment do when, early in
February, it forbid all Greek
ships, or Greek-owned vemig
operating under foren flt,
from serving Red Chin. A.
leader Lund~berg says: "IMs r
international pirates shou N i
blown out of the waters." Au d
that his fight for this wl gW
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The few Insiders who know
the baek-stage story of the
supplying the Sovietized enemy,
say that the only way to cut
from Western war machinery
and armor Is to blow the Chi-
nese-bound freighters right out
of the water.
And only one of this small
Sband of Informed men is will-
ing to say so publicly. He's the
e AFL sailors' leader, the jaunty,
blunt Ha rry Lundeber, re-
spected by the Presidents of the
U.S.. the AFL and CIO alike.
And admired by Sen. Robert R.
Taft (R-O. too, which makes
Lundeberg quite a man.
Lundeberg and the other In-
siders know that the British,
working In the Hong Kong
area with the Sovietised Chi-
nese Navy and Ahmy, have
promised harbors and naval
protection to Greek and Brit-
ish cargo ships running into
the enemy ports and trans-
shipment islands.
At least 150 of these big
freighters sail out of London
regularly.
Many owned by Greek mil-
lionaires, operating under false
front Panamanian, Liber ia h,
Indian, Portuguese and other
small nation flags and regis-
tries, have been arming the
enemy for years.
They carry cargo contracted
for by such London trade a-
gents as Otto Adler, a typical
middle-man. In January Adler
spent two weeks in China, There
he bought some $400,000 worth
of furs and hides, much of
which will be whipped lnto
manufactured goods for sale in
the U.S.
In return, Adler, the first.
British citizen to actually go to
China as such a middle-mAn,
promised delivery of medical,
chemical and manufa c tur ed
materials.
These are loaded aboard the
specially chartered Greek and
other vessels, which then run
either to Hong Kong or the
heavily armed Island of Lapsap-
mel, between British Hong
Kong and Portuguese M aca o.
From there the goods are trans-
shipped to the Communist Chi-
nese mainland. a
To these ports also ran some
40 Italian freighters, of A-
merican origin, as well as
French and Seandl navian
vessels. These ships are from A
1,700 to 6,700 tons. n
One of these freighters de-
livered 1,000 tons of steel plate, e
some 2 inches thick, on Feb. 18.
It was unloaded on Lapsapmel, K
the largest of the Man Shan
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NEW YORK.-I am selfishly happy and very
Much pleased that they hit my friend Jomo
Kenyatta the Mau-Mau man, with as mudh book
s they had available, and it's a shame they
didn't hang him for the bloody murdered he is
a actual act.
Kenyata, the RussLant t lkkuyu who In-
ented Mau Mau ,'draws '.w y for "operating
n ilidgal society,' wheZ th c *rge should have
een murder ~ nd" a t entnital.
It would be, un4sr a Jl Jal provision, In
Kenya, which makes aCt&li u oath admiln.
atrator liable to the deathk, n beest he ,
actually Inciting to mass lw rr when he' a '
ministers the oath. Kenyatta IS the No. I oath-.
iver and the unspiritual tahier of the organic.
d terrorist.
The reason I'm so bitter about thli rasal
enyatta is that I've had a ehanc to see ftme
result of a. rnic I
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toestigi
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thae hleeding herta who
"wi n6 facts Ip their he
4W any to Africa
Jomo Keny tta, as a opewl"
be e oa .on a widy
what i oian does-4p.
agar Vaother fit purely
vate gn
When we- mean us Kenyans-arriated hiM
we were going to-shoot him In the col- btl",
but he heard the W ard and dismissed the
soldiers who urreunde& his house. It wonul hav
saved everyboy concerned a lot of time, trouble.,
and money.. .
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means Joe ,lk Cholly K i U V,
San FrangS, and ha


spent 0 Of thoge years in political agilation The
RustaiM trailedd him abroad, and took b]n to
Moscowto teach him.
An AkIan.-fr-Africans. he married a white
woman: ad dere4 her with stwq. t
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pnysiclans and dentists in the
next two years.
Maj. Gen. George E. Arm-
strong, surgeon general of the
Army, gave the estimate to the
House Armed Services commit-
tEe In urging a two-year exten-
sion of the so-called "doctor
draft" law which is due to expire
July 1.
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ilnce it hits a single class.
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law is an absolute necessityy"
Under the law, prysiclans,
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10. In addition to the passengers
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sponsored by the Colon Chamber passengers listed'to stop it Port-,
of Commerce, costs $50 a person. au-Prince on the- next south-
The schedule includes shop- bound trip of the Panama Line.
ping, a visit to the outer walled
city and the central public mar- The complete advance list of
ket. dancing in the evening, passengers for Criatobal follows;
Contact Fred Busch at Cristo- Mr. and Mrs. Rielard F. Ban-
bal 1961 for reservations, non; Mrs. Grace Bateman; Mel-
Svin Blerman; James A. Boltram;
ZELM Opens New Mr. and Mrs. Richard A. Bren-
Fervice To Cayenne nan; Mrs. Panayota Caradells;
i KL.M has announced that a Mrs. Agnes C. Chapman; Harry
'ew service from Curacao to Ca- Disbrow; Mr. and Mrs. Ber-
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be flown will be Curacao-George- Dumesnil; Miss Helen Gittens:
town-Paramaribo-Cayenne andlMr. and Mrs. Sidney Gould; and
will be executed once a week. Oscar Oruenwald.
, Cayenne is the capital of Miss Julia Hartman; Mr. and
Prench Guiana and will be the Mrs. Al Katz: Martin J. Keogh;
.100th city which will be IncludedMiss Elizabeth McInerney; Miss
In the KL.M's world network. Katherine McInerney; Mrs. Sam-
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Miss Edna L. Relter.
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ton; Mr. and Mrs. Benno Sterm-
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WASHINGTON, April 21 (UP) Mrs. Frank Wallace; Miss Irene
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FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE: Simmons steel bed
i $50.00 with mattress; small bed
? $15.00; Pye radio $50.00; small
English car $250.00 deposit. Call
Panama 3-4024.
r; FOR SALE: Six-strand Rattan set,
sectional $425.00; Venetian blinds.
Chest of drawers. 5543-B, Diablo.
FOR SALE:- A mahogany bedroom
suite and dresser, a wardrobe, a
kitchen dinette (a table and four
chairs), a livingroom suite, a Sin-
ger sewing machine, I telephone
*' table, and an Admiral refrigerator,
60 cyc:es. All in good condition.
For any information call Panama
2-1051 between 5 and 6:30 p.m.
FOR SALE: Bedroom, livingroom,
diningroom sets, separately. Bor-
gain. No. 18, 48th Street.
F'OR SALE:-One square QM dining
Stable with four chairs $20.00; six
wood venetian blinds, 52" wide
$20.00. House 500, Parito Place,
Ancon. ____
SOR SALE:-6-pc. livingroom set, In
excellent condition. 50th St. and
Justo Arosemena Avenue No. 15,
S Apartment No. 3.
S-OR SALE :-Hollywood Double Beds
Complete with Coil Springs 77.00,
Twin Size 58.00; Guaranteed 4-
Brner Gas Stoves 65.00; Guaran-
S ted' 2-Burner Electric Stoves 25.-
00; Dining Chairs 2.00; Dining To-
bles 10.00; Wardrobes 7.50; China
Closets 25.00; Cribs, complete 35.-
S 00. Above Bargains While They
Lost Only. HX-HOUSEHOLD EX-
CHANGE (The Only Store of its
Kind in Panama-i, 41 Automobile
Row. Tel. 3-4911. Easy Credit
Terms.
.FOR SALE:-7-pc. bamboo set, like
new. Bargain. Ave. Tivoli 16 c-o
Boyd Brothers, Tel. 2-2010.
FOR SALE:-All furniture, both ma-
hooonv ond ouartermaster efri-


Carlton Drag Store
10.059 Meldndeu.Ave. P. k.K. 2 Culun


Agendcia Internacional de Publicaciones Sropepas, S. A.
"H" Street corner satudiante S1t.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3190 Phones 2-3114 and 2-27M3


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1951 blue Plymouth 4-
door sedan: leather upholstery, ra-
dio. Amason 0775-G, Williomson
Place, Balboa.
FOR SALE: -- 1950 Hillman sedan,
green. Not duty paid, like new.
Call 48th Street No. 3, Phone 3-
3105.
FOR SALE:-Two 1952 Jaguar's se-
,dan and Super Sport. On display,
Auto Show, Balboa Stadium 22
April 6r Phone Albrook 6207 oft-
er 4 p.m.
FOR SALE: Pontiac 1949 sedan.
good condition, two-tone green.
0310 Cable Heights, .Ancon. Own-
er leaving.
BARGAIN:-1949 Nash. Duty paid.
Excellent condition. Low mileage.
Moving. Colegio Industrial, Pedre-
gal.
FOR SALE: 1952 Ford two-tone
Custom, practically new, radio, ex-
tras. Phone Navy Atlantic 588.


FOR SALE:-1952 MercursyMonter-
reoy, 4-daoor, Merc-o-matic white-
well tires, 7,000 miles. 5711-B,
Diable Heights, Tel. Balboa 2675.
FOR SALE: New- Morris Minor 4-
door sedan. Apply at 321-D Cule-
bro Road, opposite Ancon Post Of-
fice.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Tudor, radio,
sun visor, W-S tires. One owner,
G. E. Cooper, Gamboa 6-206.
FOR SALE:-1938 Dodge, good rub-
bers and battery. dependable trans-
portation, $100.00. 1457-C, Los
Cruces St., Balboa.
FOR SALE: 1951 Mercury 4-door,
Merc-o-matic, $1385.00. John M.
Barrett, Balboa 3376, noon till 8
p.m.
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford, good condi-
tion, $1100.00. Call 2-4479 after
4:00 p.m.,


MISCELLANEOUS


Do* V* hve a dekiil .-.PeoPf
W* e A A, ebeli-o M.. one
20831 Assea. CZ.
DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic,
Central! Avenue & K Street Corner,
Telephone 2-3479. Panaon.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
one way $85, round trip 135 (15
day-limit), $169.00, good one yer;
to LOS ANGILES, one way, $149.15.
round trip, $252.35. 90 day-imit).
Peaeme a.patcih Servie S36 Aveal
Neionel (Automobile ROw) Tel.
Panama 2-1~5. ________
THE GANAD;RIA INDUSTRIAL of-
fers home del:very-service of pas-
teurized "Estrella Azul" (Blue
Star) milk in Margarita, Fort Gu-
lick and Fort Sherman. Write to
Apartado 52, or call Tel. 1204,
Colon.

FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
FOR SALE:-Scotch Terrier puppies,
2 months old, AKC registred. Also
play-pen, maple bedroom set. Will
trade for sofa-bed or divan that
opens into double or 2 single beds.
Nix, phone 5-230.
FOR SALE: Horse (stallion) with
bridle. Excellent condition. For in-
formation call 2-2863.
FOR SALE:-13 blinds: 6 (alum.)
venetian 50x62; 2 (wood) vene-
tian 25x40; 3 split bamboo 4862;
2 redwood 48x48. All for $75.O0.
1 G.E. washing machine, like new
$75.00. No. 5608-D. Dioblo. Tel.
2-1441.


FOR SALE:-A-K-C- registered
er puppies. mae,. $40.00.
Albrook 86-3233.


FOR SALE:-Leather suitcase with al-
ligator trim $25.00; record player,
3 speeds, 25 cycles, $20.00; ten-
nis racquet $6.00. 5611 -B, Diablo.


gerotor, radio-victrolo combination W ANT D FOR SALE:- Window model Fribi-
venetian blinds, large mirrors, etc. W ANTEDire, one-half ton air-conditioning
Call 2-2311 or stop by 0778-1. MJs ae machine, $300.00; Magic Chef
m- SCO ueoUS four-burner gas stove $125.00.
FOR SALE:---3-p. m aple livingroom Both in excellent condition. Tel. 3-
set. 5611 -D, Hodges Place. Diablo. WANTED7:-Retired Canal Zone cou- 885 ent condition. T
Spie to act jas caretakers and, land _._- __:
SLOST FOI M salesman at Coronado Beach. Sol- FOR SALE
LO __________IND ory, free house and utilities. Good AL
Tire repaired at Santa Clara may not opportunity For appointment call Ot 1
be yours! Check and coil us if the lb 61
., one you took qw is rnt yours. We ANTED: Open air-*ondiltonediFOR SALE:- 1952 Ambossador 200
ill ladly .. uni, changeable to 25 cl or 2 c.c. Cost $385.00, .will- sell for
.3 -. K.V.A..'25 tp" 6(cJ con- $285.00 or ? Phone Albrook 62 7
-n- and W to 4 ,A .ndow- afrer 4 p.m.
.-.-- -.. lype air-conditioned p lt,.or I Sabi
ANTED Good cbok nd house- A.P. remote type unit. Call 4-674 '" SALE: 23-foot cabin motor-
* r keeper. Must Inve n. References from 8 to 12 atn. boas 2 cylinders, marine conver-u
sion. Licensed for 6 Fully' equip-
S cessary 2321-A. Contractors' WANTED: Modern hrn sh.ed one- Ped. Many extras. To appreciate
P'2 .rea, Curundu. bedroom apartment for. North A- you must see and ride, $700.00.
y WANTED" Good cook only for mercan couple. 3-2911. c Albrook 3293.
s cooking. Small family Good salary.. WANTED: Completely competent
Must sleep in. Ave. Fed. Bo l English speaking housekeeper p w r^ T D an c
S"No. 29. cooking, laundry, thorough clean- PaOSSWO To I Un
'S! ; ,.t i_ ;h ngi for ln two people. Must live ,n. A 'V r S
Wanted rPositiohn Apply morning Apt 4, No. 21.At Y Saturdav


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'SITION WANTED:- Expariencec, Is World Service oT B
English Spanish stenographer.- I.1 Ife World rvl
rra 3-S404 sHouse Repeals Law word for a dance at Balboa Al
----- YMCA on Saturday, It was an-
lnounced today. Forty
Scout Ne ws Barrlflg lndians BeenApril 15 and May 15, begI
Scou t N ew5s al YMCA's throughout the world Oh)
e w oFro uBuvina 6un make a special effortt to wel- Uth
II'r- riInI I UUn come young servicemen and their by the
IBSCZ Review Voted WASHINGTON. April 31 (UP) families, as well as civilians, to h
bmrilliant Success -The House decided today that participate in varied activities. ,p
The review given by the In- Indians can be trusted with One of the local Y's most pop- til Tu(
international Boy Scouts of the|g1ns. ular activities is a bi-monthly ing Wi
Canal Zone on La Boca ball It passed by voice vote and dance This Saturday the fa- Ing of
park last Saturday morning In sent to the Senate a bill to re- mous 71st Army Band again will and v2
nnor of Col. Richarson Selee, peil what, was described as an be on hand and a bevy of junior A di
director of the Bureau of Civil "obsolete" law prohibiting the hostesses, which form the Girls' obse
.Affairs, and Dr. Lawrence sale of guus and ammunition "in Service Organization, will be on *M
Jhnson, superint e n d e n t of country occupied by hostile or hand to see that there shall be
,schools and honorary c h ie f uncivilized Indians." no dull moments. 0.
meut of the organization, turn. Rep. Wesley A. D'Ewart (R.- To Insure continued service of
*'0 out to be a brilliant event. Mont.,i. author of the bill, said the YMCA's here and elsewhere,
Under the super vision of Indians 'resent t hese dicrimin- there will be an admission charge
Ac out executive Raymond nations agalinsL them." He sald of 25 cents for men. the
George and scout commissioner another bill to repeal a prohibi- Servicemen may get passes for aW.
nmmes A. Hassocks, It was di- tion on sale of liquor to reserva- their wives at the program office ry a 14
ed by Romeo O. Miller, dis- tion Indians will be proposed of the Y.M.C.A.
Commissioner of the At- later.
tic side, with the assistance
Pearl E. Ford, district com- Senate Confirms orchid Hybridist Ha
nilasdoner of the Pacific side.
Arrayed on the field were six Gen. Van Fleet's To Visit Isthmus Hu|
cout troops and five cub packs A t An orchid hybridist from Ros-
lconign from the Atlantic Bide 4-Star Retirement lyn. L.I.. is scheduled to arrive An u
in bes provided by the Amrmed here todav or Thursday to be the d'g_
In buses provided by the Armed guest of the Canal one and dIs
rees, besides three scout WASHINGTON. April 21 UPi guest of the Canal Zone and
mroo s and two cub packs op- -- The Senate today confirmed Gold Coast Orchid societies. I t
rating on the Pacific side. thp retirement of Gen. James A Ralph R. Kleswetter of the
o,-, Van Fleet in temporary four-star eb rnte lde ajd mois e
After formation of the troops, rank. be bringing slidea abd movies ofic1udes
there were presentation of the The former 8th Army cam- orchids which he will shw athliuwt
'national colors, Inspection of mander in Korea was placed on the special meeting.
the troops by Dr. Johnson. the retired list in the grade of The date and place of thep "m
songs by the troops, district Igeneral by unanimous vote. He meeting will be arranged follow-i-Sa
yell from Atlantic side troops, Jeld the permanent tank of ma- lin Kleswetter's arrival on theBand
and 5 minutes formation drill Jor general. Isthmus. ,un da
b~y troop No. 11, iof I. ca. He has had years of experience to Pam
During presentates of a- The Senate also approved the in the growing of orchids, many rant a
Dds,ad which ca atta the retirement without promotion of which had won prizes in or-
cod hafich of Lt. Gens. Edward Hale chid and flower shows. He re-
htlornd A. of thep Brooks and George Prfee Haves. celved a gold medal at the 30th
"ifford A. Bolt, veteran scout Hayes has been codlaclnding rnnue Inter'n s FloWer
leader in Panama, presented a has dinnui nternatonal Flower
dedal nto Ovidle Ooas f eneor al ofU.. forces in Aus- Show in New Tork last year. E
'aving the Uife of aa elderly ..
woman from a flood In Chill- -
l*e, and "thank yo" bade tol Streamers for achievements
'3ltn uD. Perins, officer of the were presented to troops Nee. 1.
pcalcouncil of tle IBlCZ 2. 4. 81ll and 13 by Whard ih
Ve rne A. T iSr., oftroop A large crowd witnessed the
b, of ef th W p ; irnew and presentl~aol tore-
aerWaof troop. 1 mohy, which ended the MIMa
nr gsOONad e-h yar; O anniversary observance of s eh
o ouelsJigg, o m tlip 11, Igout ouo Week, while te da fr.b


*w u~ included offWtol-al the
W Zone Government a ad
eo smuts of America, Canal
The adv ement mtee
f U nr Is pr for
planning this yeers cm.
Mism are Mu allton LAvale.i.
aharMa, Lionel P. Osborne,
*11DkWlRe, John Gordon an
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Q uM nf I r ls- S a n t a C la r a 3I p I
6-^41" go e467 Pe Ml.

t .a nta Clws. iu
pd far orl parts. Phone
el. Blboo 1389 or see car
6e.
Wiliams' Santa Clare beach se
tos. 2 bedrooms, rerlMf lUt,
Rockpos rangers. BIlboe 2-050
Except week.ends
milps. Oceanside cottages,
Clar. Box 435, Baolboa.
Panama 3-1877, Cristabal 3-1673.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ALMAMPIA APAuRTMINT
Two and fiee me. fur bud end
sfumnided eptuttmes ; pb dw 41
deed -r 3061 l106b sib .
New CeIaI Telepleie CIeI

FOR RENT:-Nice, cool, modem 2
bodrom apartment. Bellt Vita
Must buy furniture. Cal 2-262
6:00 to 7:00 p.r.
FOR RENT:-Small fumished art-
ment for couple. Phone 3-0471.
FOR RENT:-Modem aoprtmen to
responsible person $35.00. Francis
co FH16s St. No. 9, Vista HeimnwN.


FOR RENT:--May 6-Augut 6, b
tafully furnished aporhment In I
la Vista's best resdentlal wct
bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, ma
room and bathroom, etc. $17S
monthly. May be ean fropn IC
o.m. to 6 p.m. Ave. Jo.6 d&
Martin No. 14, Apt. 4.


FOR RENT "
Roomag
FOR RENT :-Nicejy fumished rooM
for couple: kitchen ptivilees. Bel-
lo Vista, Mexico Ave. 69, near
43rd St. Phone 3-0553.


FOR RENT: Furnished room wilfh
private bathroom and l.
kitchen privilege. 43hrd-
13, Belle Vista. .
FOR RENT: Cool,
with board (America% Eu t
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Lt. Csmnianer and Mrs.
Hempson a a H air odren,
Donald, Jamet Wa* Bebby were
the weekend of Lt. and
Mrs. :I ther depar-
ture on the "g-s" yeste.rayI
for tWq Sates. It. Commander
Hempson ham completed a two-
year touw of duty .With the
Navy on the Isthmus and Is
being transferred to. agoone,
NJ.
The friends who called to
say "goodbye" Included fellow
employes tn he Spi&y De-
parunent and a fqw friends.
The guest it l Inclldt:
Captal adMUs. I Koep-
ke, Commander and ms. D. W.
Clark, lt. Commander and
Mrs. V. W. AdHr, Lt. Com-
mander and Msn. L. Culp,
3rd, Lt. Onumuader and Mrs.
T. L AD.~flequ Lieutenant
and Mrn .T.T mny, Lt. and
Mrs. 3., mrth, lIt. and Mrs.
T. R. Bott, lieutenant and
Mrs. A. P. B Ms, Lt. (Jg) and
Mrs. W. D. Ronayne, Lt. (Jg)
and Mrs. J. N. MeCabe, Lt. (Jg)
and Mrs. J. D. Hereford, En-
sign and Mrs. Z. D. McNeill,
and C.W.O, Ad Mrs. G. R.
Woodslde.
Surprise Farwell Party For
Mr. and Mars Ph-r on
Mr. and Mw 'Ocar Peterson,
of New Cristobal, were honored
with a no hst 'bufet supper
given at their home Saturday,
as a farewell party by a group
of friends.
A shower of Indlvdual gifts
were presented the bona ees.
Those participating, from the
Pacific Side, were: Mr. and Mrs.
Lyle Oodby, Mr. and Mrs. Ar-
thur Asad, Mr. and Mrs. HOw-
ard Tettenburen, Mr. and Mrs
L. M. Warren, Mr. and Mrs.
Raymond Streffman, Raymond
Streffman, Jr., Mrs. James To-
bin, Mrs. Sam Roe, Jr, Mr.
and Mrs. Loring Cooer and
Robert and Richard Cooper.
The Atlantic Side Iuetsa wer
Mrs. L. V. Helm, Mr. Cifton
Hayward, Mr. and Mrs. A. J.
Hayward and Mr. and Mrs
Henry Bieglow, Jr.
Mrs.and Mrs. Peterson are
sailing May 1 for New York.
After a visit of several weeks
In that city they will go to
Norway for a visit at her home
in Bergen and hIs home In
Straganger.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson are
the houseguests of Mr. and
Mrs. Hayward until their de-
parture.
sewing Greamp atertalas
The Busy. Be Sewing Club
had a nohost dinner at the
ho a 1tof Mr. and, s O ge
AMg ier in New ata= lo
-s Ambers and r
.Afbur dinner the ---dd1it
gam aes showed their photo-
mNphei se des.
TE couples who were pres-
ent with their children, I n-
cluded: Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Banna, Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. K. G.
Caana, Mr. and Mr. Thomas
Harper, Mr. and Mrs. John
Muman g, Mr. and Mrs. H. T.
Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs.
John Petter.
Atlameil Saddle Cabe
To Baddle Club
members had a picnic lunch,
Sunday, at their clubhouse
whmTuwas followed by a busi-
nees meting and election of
offlemlg
The newly elected officers
ame: ipeTident-Dr. Samuel Ay-
asm vice-president-Mr. Jo-
WsV lrtn& Treasurer- Mr.
W. Adams; Secretary- Mrs.
Ml e Webster,
S ollowi wards were
nHto r at the recent Fair
wuas held on the Club
-Groomed Borne, junior
mads 1. Terry Webster; sen-
STuward-4udy Hote; adult
<4MI W. 3 Adams.
Flag Ua.e-Junior 1. Terry
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A. Hempeon, of the 15th Naval
oktall party given by Ueute-
their quarters at the Ces o Bo
dra Qlffen. Senior- 1. Mary Jo
Aycock, 2. Mary Orr, 3. Sheil
Curling. Adults 1. Dr. F. B.
Riefkonh, 2. Mrs. ReifkohL
Cutting Race, juniors 1.
Terry Webster, 2. Gary Irving,
1. tthd Melody and Sandra .Ol-
fin. Senor 1. Mary Jo Aycock;
2. Shell Curling, 3. Kath
leen Bredee. Adult-Dr. Rief-
hnut Eating Race, 1.
Kathleen Bredee and Shella
Curlin, Mary Jo Aycock 3.
,Gary vl
Ballon Race, juniors 1. Terry
Webster; Seniors 1. Kathleen
Bredee, Mazine Conover, Mary
Jo Aycock.
Musical Chairs event was
won by Ann Bredee.

Dae Beeltal At Y
Saturday Night
The annual dance recital of
the Madge Locke Ci s wil
be presented Saturday night at
the Cristobal "Y" at 7:30 p.m.
The price of admission is fifty
cents for adults and half-
price for children.
Colorful costumes and back-
drops are being designed by the
teacher. There will be specialty
numbers which include toe, tap,
soft shoe and aerobatics. Same
of the ensembles are entitled
"Bventide," "The Golden Wet."
"The Cake Walk," "The Wood-
en Soldiers" and the Dutch
FlUirtion."
Rainbow Assembly Meeting
The Cristobal Assembly of
the Order of the Rainbow for
Girls will hold Its regular meet-
ing and Initiation Thursday at
the Cristobal Maonic Temple.
Miss Nancy Kariger, Worthy
Advisor, will preside.
Mr. And Mrs. Egol
On Vacation
Mr. and Mrs. George gf
were among those sailing Fri
day. They will visit relatives In
the New York and Pennsylva-
nia area.
Royal Palm Card Party
A benefit card party was held
at the Cristobal Masonic Tem-
ple Saturday night by the
members of Royal palm Chap-
ter O.B3.
The guest pris was won by
Mrs. PhllUs Turnr. The table
prize weit to M Ann Pen-
nock, Mrs. Kenneth Hellum,.
Mrs. John Crone, Mrs. Curtis
George, Mrs. Jo Stone, Mrs.
William MclaughHn, Jr., Miss
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i tan after last season's big trade Iv Williams earleri rlt el
1' th the Detroit Tigers. had been a JL or exuia .h "
lb a batting slunratontll he burst eo ed no
rth yesterday, of the sore arm which bothered
y He drove in six runs for the him last year as the Cardinals Ull
S ay. In the opener, his two hom- downed the Braves,'19-4, In a
a gave left Mel Parnell the night game. Steve Bllko drove In
argln for the 19th victory of four runs and belted a three-run U DA .
arell's career over Washington homer In p 13-hit attack which 1B oiuI
alnst only three defeats. Par- routed Warren Spahn and sent ivMI
ell pitched six-hit ball until he the Braves down to their third c
as relieved in the eighth. In straight loss. Cosa i
e second game. Mickey McDer- rChamp
ott got even more support from The Dodgera and Pirates were i est er4m
ernert. who delivered his third idld bv snow and cold weatherI week of
S omer, then crashed a three-run at Pittsburgh. All other teams, scheduled
S uble In a .seven run rally in had open dates battle wi
e seventh Inning. McDermott -- (Beau J
S !o had relief help. giving up Yesterday's star Dick Ger- Cityat t
-n re hits in the seven Innings he nert of the Red Sox who drove Accord
S rked. The wins put Boston in Iin rsix runs with three home is the wi
ilrd lace. runs and a double in 4 to 2 and -rofs1ol1
^ Robin Roberts. Number One 11 to 4 triumphs over Wash- ,fough I7n
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Rican Bantamweight
Julio Farah arrived
y to conclude his final
training here for his
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he Panama Gym.
nig to reports, Farah
inner of 38 of his 41
nal bouts. He has
several countries in
mnd South America. He
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record like he has.
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t between Sylvester
and Transito Kid at a
d limit. The Kid seor-
inimous decision over
over ten rounds the
e they met.
me they will again
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experts already predict
nasito will make it two
over Wallace.
sur round preliminaries
plete the card. In the
contest Baby Patrol
my Gavilan at 118
'he other preUmJnary
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Meet Tico In Return Bout *Takes CZ Chaio

NEW YORK. April 21 He went down but he Teams W L Pe P u volo grored thedrpen gsal
wouldn't stay down. so rugged Tuzo Portuguez of Brooklyn 4 1 750 in the Canal Zone SecmonT of ab
Costa Rica wound up today with another victory in Chicago I 1.500 0o SIaoulderto shoulder National
his record and a return engagement at Brooklyn's lae 2 3 40 irhtt t.n. fired 720 .ta beat
Eastern Parkway Arena. New York 2 3 .400 Jnor fle Club No. 1 team b to on.
I Cincinnati 1 2 333 ,.The St between Use two of tH t Mi
Portugiez. the Centnal Amer- ile Utah battler, leaving it up Pittsburgh 1 3 .250 a,. t mnsuftid and fou rthpla eks wa L as
lean niiodleeilhit ch.,minpicn o the vote of referee tMiller. tobal took third place from the Waos i team
eas awarded a .split decision ir Miller saw the fight even on TODAY'S GAMES. Due to the line record compiled lstobal
ala 10-round televised bout ni ounds, 4-4, with two even. Un-' Brooklyn at Filadelphia (N) they had been considered k w ''i1e to. it
the Arena last night over Irih .,er New York state rules, points New York at Pittsburgh IN) match, and perhaps.go an to twa .
3arth Panter of Salt Ljke City ire consulted only if the vote Cincinnati at St. Louis iNi te. terrific nervous tensio andr
And his narrow. martin. exact- nii rounds is even. so Miller than1 No other games scheduled shoot, when a National ch -m- '
Iy to point on the teleiee'" .'oted for Portuguez. 0-4, onl -down. In the meantime, Balboa, r n they hato
scorecard could havLe )eeii ipeo points. Had Panter been creditedI YESTERDAY'S RESULTS lose, fired as good a. wore as they hae Iear ,to It
out except ioi a 1li0l-round i'lth a knockdown in the 10th, RH E b attle right down to the lst shot th. winner warn t B-
incidenit round which he won on all Phila. 000 001 001---2 5 1 termined until that shot had beet l ie .
Panter. making his eastern three cards), he might have New York 100 000 000-1 3 0 Although Dick Dillman has beIenM sallmoUbor. blA.p1
debut as a 3-2 undeidoz despite rased that point deficit. Roberts iIl-I and Burgess. of the Zone for sevel years, I.t was hIR an upset If t3 Jos
50 wins in 59 fights., nailed Por- Jansen (1-1. and Westrum. Schelbeler of the Cr Dal Junior uton took t
tugueL with a hard riht to tihe Matchmaker Teddy Brenner in the individual mat Jim's1 u e ty good tO
jaw midway In the iinal round announced that both fighters Milwaukee 4 win, but both Dick an J have ed much better O oe t
Portuguez went to one knee. but Aill appear again at the arena (Night Game) this Just recently In lteae SAgain, It WAt .!O
bounded up an began fighting suon Portuguez will be back May!st. Louis 9 knowing that they were shoo tl U mo than betmo,.t
iiimediately. Referee Ray hMllet 4 against Mickey Laurent of I and otner youths that made It tog. .,
appeared to attempt to separatelyl France. recent kayo winner over Brooklyn It was an upset, however,. whm'DlOk's Balboa to=m.ma ,
the fighters to make Portuque, Laurent Dauthullle. Panter is to at Postponed (Cold Weather) Bartley Paul Smith, tied him at 188 L took second p biJy
take an automatic r'eiht-count confer with Brenner today about Pittsburgh virtue of firing a 2 point h.gh1r.ta~dMg re. /
But he couldn't do it another booking. -- Awards for high girl went to _tW Dulman of the Bm a
After the final bell. judge Artle Portuguez weighed 163 pounds. No other gaines scheduled., Junior team. Miss Dlaman f If 10 beat out Donna lrl
Schwarz voted for Portuguez. Panter 162-12. Attendance was of Cristobal, her nearest rival. l Glres track _t of
five rounds to fok r with one 2 100 for the bout which was AMERICAN LEAGUE ing to get off one prone snot a3g .M With a score of X, .
even. But judge Jack OSullian televised to 15 cities ranging Teams W L Pet. A silver medal and a broai mabdal were awarded tb bu.
stored it exactivy the same for v.est to Denver New York 4 2 .667 Maxine Dilmannand Noel Gibsal, pf,1rectively, who tunpton-
.---- ..New York 4 2 .66 ed as coaches of the first and econd place teams, by the A-I
Boston 3 2 .600 tional.RUle Association.
Hd HP 1 1 Cleveland 2 2 .500. While scores were lower than'they should have been, e
O 1 re U.l S aw S Philadelphia 3 3 .500 local competition was excellent -and el. The tournament was
J re- Chicago 2 2 .500 run so smoothly that there wereas challenges or protes.a
Washington 1 4 .200 This tournament was apoonred. LoWge 1414, B. P.O. X1,
1 / T o 9 4 W ill O Ver BraVCe s- prizes in addition to the medals prlovlded, by the National
l ~ TODAY'S G.-.MES Assoiation of America. ..
By CARL I.UNDQUIST Boston at New York The staff handling the mnuat.s headed by Mr. N. X..DQ.-
o Chicago at Detroit man who functioned as range offer' Eugene K. Derr w0 .ar
NEW YORK. April 21 ,UP,- son itched one o f ,is most bril- St Louis at Cleveland ustical Officer, assisted by IMs. 1lAtn and Mrs. Bobble 'tr
1irst baseman Dick emert. who slant Rames, a three-hit. 2 to Philadelphia at Wash. tN) who handled reSstrttM1 m 1 ;. aLnd
l hbaderm Dck Garnlhoer. mnrAsdlsadtlese-hit,2 BO nrladL. E.........n s were sCl aite d w
passed his frebhmean course un- decision for the Phils at New YESTERDAYs RESULTS n a ndm ta.ge handeene a crln .t.d wi
4qr Lou Boudreau with flying.York n which homers by John- Mo, er ae iSULTS Im and target, wilIrta OflC n. Sr.m
colors, looked like a star student ny Wyrostek and Gran Haomne Washingtone 00 010 00_-28 0 The m .atchlasted from 9 tm.:0m, uan d 0^ l.
for the Red Sox again this year gave him his margin. Robertso n Nost hr m 1 huled. Brn e h lt l.
a a sophomosreoin al y Boston 012 001 OOXr-4o 1 completed and, allr .-buletins, OUw.-All shooters and.a .
-Heasmas d three home runs aid 1o44tht Ahbrn ,^ Bo M l ,i -melgr 1
aH smasphedmthree home br ns~Jansen of the Giants, reversed Grasso. guests of the Lodge. Refreshme2fit 1W"Nerved, andli t that ,
yesterday in 4 to 2 and il to 4 proceedings this time as Jansen Parnel l1-01, Kinder, Ken- the long lit of primu. were awarded: he ExaI4lte uer, t I
victories over the Senators as was tagged with the defeat. He ned- and White. i 4 a 14 osp oll. award ed t he ,,,hae, i- IUzi:,
they finally got around to open-! yielded five hits. neI y 1 4 m14s, J se p Coprese. a r tetoher .ip w t
lug the season in Boston ith a' The payoff came for the Phils Afterno..on -Game N presented to th wi .' ill Jafra.
orning-afternoon Patriot's Daywith two out In the ninth when Washington 001 000 120-4 7 1 The break down of scores and awards was as follows:
dor'-te header. !Hamner delivered his drive. Boston 021 001 70x-11 13 3. .. .. Cu.. r
* Those are the only homers I[Rlchie Ashburn, fleet center porterfield (0-2) Consuegra IndiUhtall Club IBm .d ..l.
it thus far by the Red Sox, fielder for the Phils, saved the Sima y Grasao ". 'James N. achelbelet Crie................ 80
,ho only a few years back were ;day for Roberts when he hauled Mcrermott (1-1) Holcombe Sv silver Medal, Slver Suckle and Car-
he most murderous sluggers In I in a long drive by Bobby Thorn- White..m.t. Hocotrigbe y eMO -l
wseball, but who now are son at the fence In the ninth. iB. Paul 8mit4 Bal. .................. 6 M 182
Daki 0on yogur Gernert as The ball might have gone for an No other game scheduled. Bronze Paa Sil ver Belt Budre..
uneir most authelitic long ball I-nside-the-park homer had Ash- Richard n. man aL .........;... 83 182
threat. burn failed to catch it. Ashburn Bronze Medal. Sl"'-mi Gf and Tfiter
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The first round play In the
Pan American Airways Invta-
tional tournament at OamboW
produced, at least one start.n
upset over the weekend whey
Amateur Chamnon Vinnie Lom-
brold was knocked out by R. M
TWell.
Thiel scored a one up victory
over the three-time ruler of the
local amateurs.
SOther matches saw Doc Herb
Mitten turn the tables on Doc
Zarli .Gerrahs although Herb
bhad to g all the to the
4th haol, W. ; M. lDrga clean
-r. Workman; J. ?dacMurray
coast over Capt. O'Brien, Tony
Jank down Jack smith Ray
olnden bump Maury Muller, and
Jim Riley dowi Pek GrcDahai.
A.total of 1 gol tOok part
in the tourney over eW'Weekend
and a total of 32 mathes will
be played tl comn weekend.
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Slaughter' sdip was beginning
to, sho* in 1951, when his bat- IW w
ting average dropped to .28, DOWlin Champi
Is runsu batted In to t, a de- ,
crease of 37. o -
But the venerable outfielder In the second triangular meet 0
turned iin ma gnifcent cam- to decide the Interacholastie Reynolds
paign last frip, minng Do more Bowling Championship of the Anderson
than 14 games. Iattin .3 0 0 Canal Zone which was held Bat- Louis
with 101 "e, urday night at the Margarita Kariger
When th Alleys, the Criatobal High School Marquard
...lht.et.i. fired. teams came through in the final Thomas
someone ogralut the old ames of the night to overcome
warhqre n n- comeba.sk,. he lead which Balboa High
Whaddys mean, comeback? Schoolehad compiled and won
napped Saug hk ,eyeing the the e Championship for 1953. The
guy coldly. "I have never been final palnt score was CHS-23A.,Lincoln
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Tom Speehno
SAsswet. TU>mtte at second
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league career r shut-
*outs? -Toml
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In winning' the championship,
the Cristobal High School took
the first leg op the PanCanal
Bowling Association trophy. This
trophy will remain in the pos-
session of that School for one
year. Final possession will go to
the School which first wins the
annual championship t three e
years.
Les Renehart was the Star of
the night for the Criatobal Boys
with an excellent score of 542.
Anne Thomas sparked the Cris-
tobal girls to their victory with
a 488 series. Wilt Niabisher of
CZJC helped his team collect
one point by rolling a 201 game.
This one point proved to be di-
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come out otBeSevlll.. traces
his 1951 rce to Influenza
in the spring and a fungi in-
fection durln the summer.
Slaughter "d a eh as and
pains last seastm, too. He play-
ed one. stretch .t. a torn neck
muscle, ribs l tpoosand and a
couple of wertebr4out of place.
Eddie Stankly sad Slaughter
was the COerl' moet .valuable
player of 1952.


"I believe he said that be-
cause I surprised him-m o r e
than Muslal and Rhoendiensto
areat players at their peak,"
explains the one-time little old
country boy of Roxboro, N.C.
'Edde didn't think I could
pull the baU to right field any
more, and I had the moot fun
fooling him with 11 home runs,
more than I had hit in three
years."
Slaughter feels that he Will
continue to stir up trouble until
he is 40, and it most certainly
looks that way.
Perhaps by that time the St.
Louis Nationals will have found
a right-hand power hitter to
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OAKLAND, Calif April 21 "Le the people know se tr ut andN tn e outy is fe ol; .~ r
ed when a Western Airlines DC- TWENTI-EIGHT'H 1 AR. PANAMA, R. P., TUESDY. AVKL2, l 19M 0 1Di.
6B'plunged into San Francisco tf
Bay last night only minutes ,. .SB t3,

a tedot Communists' IndochinaDr
The plane. carrying a total I'
Angeles to SeattleProve To ornner
land to take aboard more pas SAIGONIndochina. April 21bodla Is near and that a Co- Frnchilon forces n northern oxcars" whh could
centers when the unexplained i UP)-Communist troops today munlst state of Indochina will Indochina.own in tanks. dna
crash occurred. occupied Xlengkhouang most be set up soon. An. almost non-stop airlift hinted that the aj1 of
A important fortress town of the It was believe that unless the brought men and supplies from ht planes at this cruWlaj
SfThe cr was witnessed from kingdom of Laos and swept on Communists are stopped now the H anoi delta region to the was due to f own '
the Oakland tower at 11:08 p m. toward the Plalnes Des Jarres for they could sweep almost unop- huge plain, but French command erloan aid a a theta
and Nay and Coasta battle that may decide the out- posed through both Laos and sources said the buildup was had been rB e-.
crashboats and helicopters were come of the seven-year-old Indo- Cambodia, bypassing the main hampered by a lack of Amerlaki during ree 1311 i 10
at the scene in less than 30 ml- china war. few had beit ." LP
nuts. Several battalions of French ,." "a
i to s o and Laotian troops arrived on nI i ouang, 18 Sa ;f-
The two survivors plucked from the plains from the fortress city l i battle lines, t- At
the water and rushed to Alame- 200 miles southwest of Hanoi and JusI i Ws 1ram 0. tUt c during theriwOar AV&i a t
naval air station where joined in the task of digging fors- ste ow p, cer the n .oe 3
wer tras ferred, Ok olln uot e o s airift hinted tonam '
were transferred to Oak Knoll o tons to halt the Commun- *a the east. pisn
naval hospital were senior ste- I"e invasion ea Clcklosstsurv.4" oo##M- b.en a olkar am
The Vietm;nh radio has Speaks On Constitutional Law lo sMsi betm.t
ShoresMich., and assenger the "Liberation" of Laos and the Jarres de
Jerry Adams, 21. of Fairbanks, neighboring kingdom of Cam- almost bloodil A .TOUIlOM,
Aiaska. "The great purpose of a con- reason why the United Statea l aiurge Into the i ow
tou bOda twere r e r th P D stitution is to provide the philo- has the resourcefulness to ar- ndep ent kina, Gua
Four bodies were recovered by IDCAA || sophy the section and the vive wars and depressions ad.d e.thethreeasc ctto rcum 3
the search g surface craft One H DS A Holds stability which every society re- all the perplexing problems O SnaW,, was s3 g stiI
was linmedlately identified. He quires," Justide William 0. Doug- which beset modern civilisat S forest pArt ut
watantaudienceaat we nit
was tentatively listed as Dave B. U I ltf TltnA t las of the U.S. Supreme Court tlon." 7= pr Ipal Commu~t force mun and fe
Petty of San Bernardino. Calif. Lltlethtey norisi h told an audience at the Law Douglas pointed out thi aw it ni westward ni .. the stars to ma time that
SSchool of PanamA's National "more constitutional law trld Hig.hwa ad Inft e
It was believed the missing f t eA n||l I A University last night, been changed and unsetl er Communist a the point of domine S,
four were still trapped in the D wU.Ba vuIes IIn o The eminent Jurist and ana- since 1937 than perhaps in n south throag the -h-
pubmerged wreckage. lyst of world problems spoke on other like era In 11 ilted State s from Sam esue a- These parties-Pa
Western Airlines said the plane The Panama Canal chapter of "Recent Trends In Americag history." a oned fortress town ar a Itiona Actle (
left Los Angeles at 9 p.m. as the Society for the Preservation I Constitutional Law" only a few Noting how excesses had as to the north. national Renovation
flight 636, bound for Seattle. with and Encouragement of Barber- hours sIfore leaving the slth- strained the nation's econoi tid Communist lns of the ite
toovers at San Francisco and shop Quartet Singing In Amer- mus to return to Washington. system beyond the brean t
Oakland airports. elected officers or the Douglas noted that "England point so that "a deep depre e m nue
The plane crashed without any coming year has a constitution, which though engulfed the land" he outlinel S Prabang. t
pre vious warning of trouble unwritten, is still a powerful the two major areas of conett- ,
about five miles from Its Oak- Results showed Fred Gerhardt moral and cohesive force. The tutional controversy.
land destination, the CAA said. (Lead) President, Tony Sylvestre United States, younger in tradl- One of these he cbaractetldid
Crow) Vice President, Marvin tion. aims toward the same goal as "the Imi nations 9n Stateanc e e
Roth (Bar) Sec. Treasurer, Jer- with a written constitution." trol over business afflarls," and
a ry Hayter Leade and Bert Dan- He observed that: "The s i .. the other as "the, f' .. fed
Rain-Making Rockets d"S hs "the I ed
Raitn-ake ts a el (Bari ) director. Therelssome nttueU. was purpoely writ- eralpowe' rovernamepaton
cause for concern in this slate of ten in large generalities. The economy."

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