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 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]
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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01573
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PANMUNJ6M, Korea,, Abril 24 (UP) The C"i.
menisi returned 40 Aubericans today el promise;|
-mpre for tomorrow as the United Nations proposd$,l
t44e euchonge of ailing prisoners be continued until thi
Xorea war ands. .
Beth sides have now.-ag to deliver more pro ;-
etm.thon they first promised under the current excbepp
tlreement.
The U.N. proposal to continue the exch.ane for tl
duration of the war will test the truth or illity of ftt
Commilnists' claim that they now .upi1 to retain "Mr
sick asn wounded prisoners in their hands.
Those 'Gjt.'s who phased ae6e re earryl GI.'l out
through Fpeedom Gate today of t-e by the orei cart-
told of thetdeath of more than "
'1 Amerkons on forced march- aAponse to the O unat
o or In prison camps in North Pftde td deliver "a" ainb
Korea. 1 I. prisoners. the UST. ef-
It brofut to nearly 3,000 the man& announced today It will
total of, prisoners reported denr additional Communlst
ded ua .the result of Commi- priners.
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areet to hand over S683 Com..
mUnist prisoners in exchange f
M U.N. prIoners, inceudh1g J0
Americans.
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40 Amerfeans; four Britons, _Ir
Turks, one Canadian, one eC-
erlander and 0 bouth KeoreaL.
tas brom hCt the total of A-
mercu freed to Q11.
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R1d ploners was two men sheor
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tae prisoners entrained at Pudas
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IN PHILADELPHIA Mrs. Elizabeth Jankovits, overcome with
joy at the news that her son, John, was released after two years
In a Korean Red prison,, is comforted by her daughter, Mrs.
Elizabeth Novak (right) and her husband, John, Sr. Bobbed the
overcome mother: "It's wonderful. It's wonderful."
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'10 European silkworm 25 Allowance for 41 Twisted
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19 River in 10 Former 29 Unpropitious 4& P=werful
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20 Disorder 12 Erect 34 Expunges 49 French plural
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Twice in recent weeks bombs
have exploded fairly eloie.
President Peron of Arenna.
It w4s no ccldent that- the
bombs and Peron were in t#6e
same neighborhood at the same
time. 1e is reaping the inevita-
ble harvest of the dictator.
The burning 'and rAetifa g
which followed the emofd 0
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Stihat Peron still do e
an ardent popular foUoe
of some size, or that he h u
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squad able to Incite a iimo
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headquarters of the -two
sition political parties whi1h
have been most voal aj1st
the dictator, seeming b Ne
reprisals to hold themrn resp-
sible for the attempts on Pe-
ron's life.
Nevertheless, though these ,a
ruptions were Iupired by te-
ron's supporters, they and the
bomb attempt are sympto-
matic of the dictator' dete-
riorating position In 9axesina.
For a long tbne he has shownn
no sign ot grigr w i9
with his country's econle
problems.
Inflation is the worst of tlae,
and a meat shartge I ua
the newer 4aggratino '
Peron has sounght to ,
taln himself wh a fims -
ward show *f thel symibe
and trappings of power.
His recent vhs ,to 4CU. wU
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circumstances for the aver-
age Argentine- he has -
and less been able to ddeUr.
The world --vfven the Latn
American part of it ---my bf
growing tired of marching men
and bleating banda, of autb-
crats in resplendent uniform
smiling indulgentlt at submls-
sive hordes parading duUtll f
by.
Peron has been getting by
with this sort of sham for sote
years now, and his eapulet1 .L'e
beginning to fray.
Since he has made something
of a specialty of ltoig friead
and alienating people outside
Argentina's borders, he is not
exactly well pla"e to seek for-
eign help in hig uren dilei-
Peron would be out of there
in an instant if the Argea"n
tine aramy were onv)$aeeA hde
no lWBo r fli bl n.
His atemtt to buttreMs hi
position -by drawing support
from other elements of the
population have been o nly
moderately successful.
What these new outbreaks
suggest is that the moment may
be coming-closer when the ml-
litary in Argentina will decide
that Peron's usefulness Is at an
end. '
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er in many situations, yet just
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pound mother g er angry a n d
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)otf Liberty the wrong eiM: _he tells me
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d .. ments she dast. speak to me
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th i'l inidh stands cebldren, 33 ofage d a
In SoiwM q k hArbor has been college other
a* I.r b Hoffman of children a re married and
0atU% .L.M d nla to be were ou oof th hoe at last
ia orf29A W Cuaorial Day. by the time they were 21.
o' "There are otht t oloi, too,
for MA- 'ot base or pe- that make it" el that my
eaen aT llll. l hely 8.e mother t- e me like a
f i t twill be child. Every tr I get a phone
a ibuOi l f-gc oall shd muld tarw who it is
mo-. and what h6 or she had to say.
rel de- a MM t3/U, d of an Whenever fIgoo1 she must
thr oeuh ah tOtr'-l th In the know where sid why.
pf^" flredp bo he A t wseem to un-
PWg er gb Te g color derstand meUme I just
.All- .iberty like to < 4 other gWirl
4er coes t.1 Aft- In town and ehtr a COm p o
int pro- &WNWer-= -l-ure coffee. She syI aIs.a waste of
will time and a But being the
IT's -game only young %Mult at home I
S '. get lonely u,,,,st for
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b jthe Boy "My moth lao the crowd
t sponsors of I go wilh. they ai been at
Vi bol of the houlsnsu W t3te. But still
4e 8but l ryday sha claims O thWJ who are
S a good. .of puttn ldmI A-el et for
'her in t d1y M1
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S1A mother sh know he, and
il. Ave. wth whom, ym gou ft. She
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peace of mind and for your pro-l
--tection.
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ge V and earning her o ln Iv-
S ing shouldn't have to he In the
MrA AlMEc i A A house by 12 o'clook sharp or be
told she g i breaking her moth-
er's heart if te doe@= $et like
an obedient child.
HCis Now Nor is it true that aff "good
g r" get In at the Mone hour.
Try to have 4 talk (not an ar-
J .gument) with your mother, tel.
HS ling her all that you hate writ-
Toul4 be Ai"M LWU ten me. Let her know that her
m3 ou fol a y dfll overpfoteciUon I driving you
away from yOur home. I wont
hurt to remind her of the man-
.y girls who r ry me_ they
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'Cornfield Culture' Revolts


Against Nudes In Nebras ka
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SHELBY. Web., April 24 'UP used. expressed distaste {Or the
-This tiny town revolted today statues but said the "pla q, t
against the "near nudes" paint- go on."
ed on bazkdrops for a village Ah6tier cast member ai
play by the group's artist-di- -We're trying to uphold ri
rector, who wanted to improve eous living in this town -Ah11y
Shelby's cornfieldd culture." is pretty mu c h art a *elly-
But it did not appear ihat the minded but we don't wan nudp
graceful paintings of Apollo and around,"
enus would stop the show.
Outraged patrons of the an- School principal Donald Arm-
inual home-talent production a- strong s&id not everybody was
greed that "the show must go against Duren. many consider-
on," much as they disliked thejing the matter "humorous."
set. He said he was confident the
Artist Terence Duren. who is pla y will go on as scheduled
directing the play. snapped that Monday and Tuesday nights in a
the incident in this town of 5 local theater.
persons reflected "disrespect"
with which ait is held in the Duren is a native of Shelby
hinterlands, who returned here to paint be-
"The play isn't important. but cause he liked the "peace and
this whole thine is significant of quiet and I can commute to New
the Midwestern attitude toward York as. easily as from Connec-
art." he said. ticut."
"This part of the world has
disrespect for art and-krtts I But he said he was being di;-
general." credited in, bt. own bom.jtown
Duren started the controversy and has found nothing but
by painting two smlatem d stat- 'cobrnfeld culture. "
ues of Apollo and Venus for .a
scene in the third act of the n s
play, an adaptation of Lloyd C. Wesleyan nC urcnesi
Douglas' "The Robe." The story
Is a religious one. On Atlantic Side
Be insisted there was nothing
wrong with his paintings, which List Services
are supposed to depict an an-'
cient "Rm ba ,gro z hd.
"They're not conspicuous," he The following services are anq-
said. 'They're done in subtle nounced for Atlanti aide Metho-
griy against Vlack to provide dist church thit Sunday.
au4 entpbaekgrowid." MornbnW wordip at Trinity,
Besides, Duren said, the stat- will be conducted by Miss Hya-
ues are "suitably draped" with cinth Loney and the night serv-
fig leaves and robes. lice will be memorial to the late
But he said there was a lot off1 Sa eld, a cla le wer at
heat from- church leaders, the Re. Nomat -A will
Patent-TtMchers Assoc t Hn nalti
others and almost open revolt
in -the cast of villagers.,5 At -aneser, Rainbow CMy, the
One womtn a a tt tit H oot morning series wl eo
paintings "would be all right in co eby MlS. .M uisr mlt
an art museum.'* but not in the ana the evenif service at 5:15
home town play. She' asked Dti- by J. rathwie.
ren if he really thought they J. J nduct the 4
were necessary. He said yes. p.m. se e at atv.
A member of the cast, who .
ba'e4 brat her lame not be A am..U ir-cin -
-leg or a Celebri concert at

uild er Plans Made6 ti. Te Tr
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Memorial Services B1 Hormonizer,

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a organision took part n cOsra .sO .winf

the dicusalo. ild
Tentative plans were drswp u Robert !
in reference to the prograar e! ober
the Cqroz1l Cemetery, thlp scored
service nd at the l varibu m q 1 Ol0 past withthet i
oral plagues In tle Ca e. Ar"e e
Complete programs of elpT o, 4 other
ri Day services will be pub-
ed at a later date, PIaUteeltld (Church '

Busy car Service'This Evening
PEABODY. Mass. (1VP A Th Pentecostal Chqrgh fh
car went lip a local sidewalk, Ooim will hold an
sheareQ off the frgit .ta of ary rine l honorp of o,
poroh and knocke down I pI therwoad at 7:31 ton t
lars, flattened a hedge s.pe ,' oanp ced today.
tree, glanced off qt le, a D. OAvJe, a mea
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
|Household Automobiles ft re a M
i5R SALE: A mahogany bedroom FOR SALE:-1939 Apick 4-door so- 20o Ace. C.
suite and dresser, a wardrobe, a dan, good coo0lti%, $200.00; 7 /2
kitchen dinette (a table and four 25-cycle Friaire, perfect $90.- R. WENDEHAK Medl C
chairs), oa livingroom suite, a Sin. 00. 713-D, Ciitoli. _Centr Avenue & K Sorqt Cni
Sger sewing machine, I telephone FOR SALE:-1949 car. Good condi- Telephone 2-3479, Panalr
table, and an Adrpirpl refrigerator, tion. Special price due transfer. SPECIAL XCUM .
60 cycles. All in good condition. George Corr, PAA, Tocumen. FROM PANAMA TO M
For any information call Panama ora way $85, round trip, il3 8
2-1051 between 5 and 6:30 p.m. FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 2-door dy-limit) 169.00, good
sedan, new car condition with pow- to LOS ANG LS, one way, $14
SSALE:-25-cycle Coldspot, oo r-glide, under 10,000 miles. Gov- sod tel $25.2.35, 90 &-
mechanical condition, $35.00. Tel- rnment employes may finencun See e
phone 4404 if interested. at 1524-C, Gavilan Area,. Balboa. "h.1 (Autimebh tI" .
FOR SALE:-Old Westinghouse refri- Call 2-3269. =Pease 2.1S55.
gi*tor. Excellent running condi- FOR SALE:- 1951 Mercur door TRAINED RURSE, specialif In" -n
tion. 146-D, New Crittal, Phone sedan, low milc e, radio, *etros, general baby care, foo d W
3-2916. excellent buy $ 600.00. Cris.tobl ono care of aged person. I Ie
FOR SALE: 25 cycle 9 cu. ft. 3-1339. in. Address R. Smoll, Bk 5..Zft
Wostinghouse refrigerator. House FOR SALE: 1952 4-door 4DeSeto dro Mgluel P.O. ,
105-A, Gamboa. Phone 6413. Firedome V-8, excellent condition, FO A
FOR SALE:--One Frigidaire, 60-cycle 8500 miles, with extras. U.S. tax FO SA
8.5-cu. ft., 1949 model. I 10-A, paid. Coill Cristobol 3-1740 after r
Joawin Street, Gamboo, C.Z. 5 p.m. or all day Saturday and
Sunday. ...
FOR SALE: Nine-piet~ mahogany FOR SALE-, HerStm mt
diningroom set consisting of 6 FOR SALE:-)1950 Tudor Ford Cus- chinF 60 cycles;rta wbln
chairs, table, buffet, and china tom, radio. Must sell. Make reason- German made;
closet; Apex 60-cycle washing ma- able offer. 622-B Cocoli or call rlor equipm hoi
S chine. May be seen at Quarters Johnson 2-1975. r; usedC
: 521-B. Curundu Heights. FbR SALE:-1947 Chevrolet sedon, otns. For in it 13 -21 2.
FOR SALE: -5-pc. bleached maho- $500.00. Can be seen, 4 p.m. to arm 3-2162.
gany bedroom ou tf it $175.00. 8 p.m., Qtrs. 540-B. Cocoll FOR SALE:--A rUm "meWnt! low W.
SPhone 3-1848. PanamA. FOR SALE-1 951 Plymouth 4-door bird and su.fsew *d. AWe Aa
FOR SAL :-Cuch end Choir (like radio, tl the r ui stery. Tropital, 55 Vie fp t* i
new) $10; bonbo, coffee atle $6; Aneon 0775-G, Williamohf lce, 3-5411.
bamboo library table $6; 2 fiber Balboa. FOR SALE.-Rali movie
rugs $12 & $3; chartreuse screen FOR SALE: 1940 Lincoln sedan complete, Ehc
5; % Quartermastet bed $8; 25- $150.00. Telephone Balboa 3150 ter ginemoto'
cyc:e refrigerator (Frigidaire) $80. after I p.m. Shure mik,
Call Balboa 3782 after 6 p.m. 'SALE -- MKJa sU an supply. Phene 2104 r
-TOR SALE:-4-piece m-.ocrny --'- and.XK 120or no t 0th ORSALE:.-Ele6*ric toabi.
room set at reasonable price. 763, 1i2 models. Duty pid.onder able heavy duty drill W'_
Hcuse 327-A.* "refd. Phone Al "6207. paintsprayer outfit complete,
SALE:-Househdld effects, dish, FOR .A j:..-947 DeSto n, ewin g achin elr
es, couch covers, waffle irons, lin- dio, lMld rIr Eelloet a rition. William Hill, se 211 Rio Gre.
ns, blankets, etc No. 82 Bsoro Phone PanarmA 3-_ 5 de Street, Pedr Miguel
Pona p Roads_______-- FOR NUE: 1950 Hll"ln p loan, FOR SALE: -EmerM prtl, eibe
R s-.LE:-25eycm ling2-doomr reft- d. 9 to 2 iduty pAid.l iw. story radio, like new $1o5.00. PSuhe
,r Very, reasonable. 6 tables, 1 tofa, 48th Street 24 3,.).04'.


oto $^.^ 00 Ca se ot House~ 0433 Frangipani St., Arn tendent of Htoouse, asolboo, for.
Phone 3-1469. 0 PANAMA CAN A PAq .AN
tor, 45-cycle $30.00..0767-F Wil- ,S e bids for 411MISCELLA iIn
uSealed bids, for openinSg
after 6 p ,ri. Excellent condition. 1kt oerhIul a will be 9,ived until 1i0: oa.m., rT.'-
:0 2S-LE-2-yc,- door refri- ed. 9 to 2 daily. ALicy May 4, 1953, in the off..e of Super-
oserotr $50.00; Ceh be seen at House 0433 Frangipani St., Au intendent'of- o Balboa
*. 4454, Diablo. Call 2-4104. Tel. 2-4214. sterilizer, launch, motorcycles, t
AIReflni. s Ratt- bomb fur- ---sedans, trans-- tlon line towers a

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44.00. Co"l r n -s--29 .mcry 1900, eanom. Co l Mm. Lo ,,
25 Nw Mattrease. fr y, free house and utilities. G OR SALE-Sabtsh Terrer i
00. M gn.Tables 10.00. Cha = ty. 1r ppoiitent t Con be s6en" in _d
: 2.o00. W mb~es 7.50. China Clds- after 10;00 a.m. 0 Ok 1 47t-A FOR RENT
.l *sts 25.09. y O ltr .rgaoins in WANTED:-Smooth tires,. for recon- Telephone 2'4472. bW
* Plastic WrauhIrt.n Raton, Py- struction. RECONSTRUCTORA NA- FOR SALE-.. Orn
wood, Mah HOa Fuaisiture. Ce CINAL, Peru Avenmii NO 7, Tel- h fmliur, poo an ma-,
". and See at HOUSEHOLD ehone 2-0400. "o r9 -7fu Itures' good cdt.,Ilpn.
CHANGETe a OrUSeofP o _- S Wcc, tFOR
rANGE Pa( ). as rCed WANTED:---Fuerza y Lux shares at 5, Colon. .
'n AItomobile Row, Tel. 3-491. reasonable price. Write 4o Bok 519, FOR -SALE:Lestr pnot piano,
Spend &atturdays all day until 6:90 Colon, R.P. prono saxophone, ninth radio, ta-
,P.7.. WANTED:. -- Furnished two-bedroom bles. All excellent condition, Tate.
;CR SALE:: -. frigerator, washer, apartment, Bell Vista ate. Ring phone Quarry Height
Pa 6iono, bomboo suite, other houst- Brtish Legation 2-0912._____
:. :bold furniture. Wm. V. Butler, WANTED:--Certain old U.S. & Pan- FR 0 FOR
.. Phone 2-4440. ami coins. Write very brief de- wth
*FMR SALE: -: E ght-piece wicker set; scripitme. Box 472, Balboee, C.Z. Boats & t
* Quartewmastr furniture: dubre WANTED:-Good home with yard for FOR SALE: 23-fo 3
bed, mattress. two chiffoniers, four-year-old pedigreed mole *ire- boat, 2 cylinders,- FOR
dresser, btedide stand, rocker, side- I hoar terrier, PonamA 3-0272. sion. Licensed for 6. Fultly for
board and cthts; miscellaneous ta- ped. Maany extras. To V
onr FOR SALE Albrook 32
"Re cal Estate. PE46ONA"P
Help Wanted LEAVING COUNTRY:- Must sell RS
FiS-Good cook, gonerl beach-front property andhouse. 'SS ) : 41% en
housework;must bring reference. Own water and lights. Excellent Io- GrOOS Watll3 -
O fApply 1452-B Bolbo cation. 1"Worth $8,000, selling for vaitly grad u" Soat,* we ill ito
d $5,500 on Seocliff Acres. tall Coco in deay.G b' nl
j Offered: olo 763 or the property SatuSrday S.
g Positl'1n O frd end Sunday U Infrhtt Con ct .it0fl. f- --
dSu nda.um Up. Upslirs Bano Filuclari l, .
S -Refrigemtion erviceman, FOR SALE:-50-acre property in El starting May W 2d. Reglf!M May
ikc Sptanish and Ers Volctn, near Boy Scouts camp, post 2nd.
n vae Penomi a nd Conol one office and highway. Telephone Col-
HlaJ .driv,'s license. E'GA, boo 3147. Sel
1) .,P AeFOR SALE: Faorm near Chorrero. St-1lerI rF
F OR C A t < Good for cattle lone. 2 ,O0 ruit
m, rUR l.C>F R trees, water all year also 71'/ h,.
r^W M^ __yrcl. tractor; brand new home. 175 Set F FW, Pif W (U3l
S; .Jt.' Ort ila ___ Central AM e. Chorrera. At home -- l
SALE-Pnthermotorcycle, 600 sday and Thursday. Plans Memorial for Benno
low mil"ag, gscallent cpndi..I.. Stualer seed la
Terms to reliable party. Ce: OR SALE:-Small house in El Vale. death oc y100
l 4 or House 0774-J, after Completely furnished, all conveni- froM Ct 'i .,.Ieh Wi
00pa. -.... ences. Teli. 2-2121-2-3644. be held at ir
SL:-Ambossador 200 cc. tthe -Redel- !, ure d
fk new. Class winner Nationof Balboa m-A
td l s sC$385wsell 5 o :n ,i L 1Notice PM O Li
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SUNrITED STATES OF AMERICA thows, 8 O Rert
nish Evening u... ..src.., and. -
3ees To .. I.... tao adsjusa
tboa YM ~rnddr the laws of the Repte of "iiV UhWer: tooH ,V d i.tag
YA ad the M.V. Ariana, tespondeate, .T.Cke. Joh and'
"a cause of Contract, Civil and Marl- ilCardl0io nda l 91 111d
a part of its eduo ation me *t2roAprepared 1
the Balboa YMCA Man- WHEREAS., on the lst ly of AoI,r
1655, Carlos Icas, A., and L.&.C arrc It has been raestI d that no
as;= of the Unitad States for the D; h
tat of the Canal tone against thle Mc-
Vel Ar b tax, her boats, tackle.'-. W New .
flraiture, in a t alle of Cone
la. l^ Uto me di rected. *Mfc
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$450 seven furlong tenth race at the Juan Franco
Race Track.
On paper this race shapes up Etoile and Rinty. Pincelazo, Mon
as evenly matched as a handi- Etolle and Rinty are all longshot
capper can possibly make one. specialists and this is a perfect
1 Every horse in the race seems to setup for any of them to sudden-
have a good chance of winning ly return to winning form.
and there is no stickout among Other interesting races on to.
the group. morrow's program promise to be
The six who will undoubtedly the ninth race for two-year-old
have the most backing in the Imported newcomers, the eighth
mutuels are Pampero II, Vampi- race for Class "I" imports and
resa, Toletazo, Prestigio, Full and the Class "B" seven furlong race
Scotch Chum. Of this group, for natives.
Pampero II and Vampiresa were In the Class "I" four-and-one-
impress.ye winners last week half furlong race for native non-
whilePB' and-JScotch. ChuaAso winners, a two-year-old thor-
triumphed recently. Prestigio oughbred native will race out of
has been consistently knocking the betting in his debut because
on the door and newconier To- of his manifest superiority. This
letazo showed good speed his last animal is the Stud La Enea's
time out and will be ridden -by Fuego. This Heraclio Barletta
ace Jose Bravo on this occasion, bred and owned bay colt shapes
Rounding out the field are up as one of the best native
Pincelazo, Nobbs c r o k, Mon prospects of the year.


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1-Vtiloermal
Resorts
2-L.dy Coren
Don Pitin
I-Fuegs
Sincerided
4-Recode
Piola
5-Dolida P.
Winsaba
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Espartane
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Novlers (*)
8-English Mary
Mr. Foot
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Campesino
SVillarreal
Raymond
Daniel
Fuego
Sinceridoed
Kaisen
Recodeo
Winsobe
Dalide P.
Pepsi Cole
Jepperin
4ov.lera (a)
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Goyito (0)"
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Tilema
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Campesino
Lady Care
Deaiel
Fuege
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Fuego
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JOE WILLIAMS

Perhaps the soft loke'M of- sthe ob wed wad
radiant beauty of the aales hM h b d for
Masters golf championship at 1NaftiyW i41 S na
that Is more sinister than anyone to
Some of the conclusions ani l t%.I'i
Ben Hogan's recent victory appear to have been
something more than normal mental extemn tn
emotional acclaim and well, maybe C, th
congenial Wall Streeter, who is In charwe, ho il
premises. They tell me you never can be slre where
will grow.
Mr. Harry Grayson quotes an unentitled writer,
manifestly spent considerable time sa the exotic
life, as declaring: t
"The Masters soon may become a ritm greater thea
National Open. In the impartial eye of the spectator it
has." *
This, of course, is bilgewater right off the boat, '1na
impartial eye happens to belong to Mr. Iberts tof MW',-'
Jones or some other happily prejudiced te d t
holder.
The Masters basically is simply anothW toUm~b ai.l
the winter tour and It owes its high bltag nd "ta*-.
value to Ingenious promoonm hooked o the
name In golf, meaning Bob Jones, and the fact I, t
invitation championship which guarantees a to of
It has something approaching mob appeal and felows Ulke
Hogan and Byron Nelson, Dick Chapaan, m Patks, Jr. ad
such great old-timers as Freddie M ed, e Saran. and
Craig Wood make it a .preferred mustJ

STUPF B UZ IB 18 POWERFUL
But the Masters is no more the National Open In poIlt
of prestige and potential money earning than the Gulfstream
Debis the Kentucky Derby. A superior winter tournament
played over an interesting course in a pleasant, sporting atmos-
phere, and that's all.
Hogan's four rounds n 70--W0-" broke the tournament
record and no doubt was as fine golf as any one would want
to see. On the strength of it and because he bad not played
regularly on the winter tour, Rd Sullivan, who ought to knoi
better (we tried to bring the young man up right) putshi
ahead of everybody, specially Jones.
There was no better golf writer around townn nhis day
than the Town Toaster and If he were still going steady with
his typewriter I'4 hestate to go ag ainst h ick, but Brothe
Sullivan Is like Ba many of th boys these days you can't tell
whether they ar new apr me or TV eertirs, and
the fact that he's Hoga on hs show from time to t
disqualifies him as an unbiased critic in my book even If
he's right, and of course he could. be.
That Rogan VW able to win by five shots with so little
competitive practfe seems to press the Touter no end
and moves him to state that the as v6t6 of doubt tff
ehe Texas bantam's transcedent ability Is thereby removed.
Mr. Roberts should lose no time. As this line of reasoning
proves, the stuff, whatever it ti, sn~ ow 4 Can be mui
all the w to New York.
Hoga. was Just as good a golfer last year as this. Perhaps
better, being a year younger. He prepped for that Masters
cisely as he ,did for this one. And what happened? He l
in a four-way tie for seven. On the l a,4 y with a chance
to win ie barely broke 80. Thedifferenue Mt Week he
hot. A1zywer ao he wasn't. Tht happens to 1 olf m
0 h 'r ,
THEY CAN" ICGNO S OSi ,, ,
They talk about the show )Hogan put on ft the Ag' t
Gallery n4 It was Indee a Jim an*eeeee,, Ir
permit. But in the same town In {do prmg NO WowVU
that wad' evd ense dgndMi l
cared for, Jones gave a performance e
sidering conditions and competition, has never been equally.
He had had even less competitive practice than Hogan. In
fast; thip was his first preliminary oprep for what was to be-
come aepic'grand slam. Al the ou .f the era were
in the fld. Water Hagen hiod Sau WhItll at the top
of their game. The tour had develop a ne, young sensation,
Horton Smith. Altogether, this was a much more formidable
field than the one Hogan faced last week.
Jones took the lead and len round after round
until with only three holes left in bhol. test he was
16 to 1I shots ahead., Fr 69 Ies nothing but
parts, birds and eagles and he bad no w and
was piLying the old hickory shaft. He with E
at this point, practically kicked the a last three
holes and still had a winning argn o shots or
I wouldn't have brought tas one ul the'beas hadn't
put so much emphasis on Hogan's play in the asters if these
winter tournaments are to count the hitoran start with
Jones in the '30 Southern Open. Start and filh with it. -


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DISCUSSING THEIR FEUD Rep. Harold H. Velde (right), Illi-
nois Republican, and Methodist Bishop G. Bromley Oxnam pose
together for newsmen in Washington just before they met pri-
vately to talk over their running feud about possible Red In-
fluences among the clergy. Velde is chairman of. the House
UnAmerican Activities Committee.

Alaska, Northwest Air Deaths

Now 321 Within Six Months,

SEATTLE, Wash., April 24 -i commando en route from Che-
(UP) One missing airliner and yenne, Wyo., to Seattle.
a crashed Air Force Strato- The most disastrous of the 16
freighter today brought the total major crashes was a Globe-
dead ont missing in air disasters master carrying an estimated 115
In the Pacific Northwest and A- servicemen home for Christmas
laska to 321 persons since Nov. from Lareon air force base, near
7, 1952. Moses Lake, Wash. It crashed
One person died In the Stratb- and burned Dec. 20, 1952, killing
freighter crash near Chehalis, 87. It was the world's worst air
Wash., yesterday a mechanic tragedy in history.
who was not believed on the Three planes crashed or were
plane until the wreckage was missing in the final three days
examined. The 10 authorized of January and then there was
men aboard parachuted to safe- a T6-day period of peace in the
ty. I Northwest skies. .
Four were missing in the vicl, It was broken by the crash of
nity of the Cascade mountalls a Miami Airlines DC-3 near Sel-
of Washington in a non-sched- lect, Wau~ April 14, which
uleot American Air Transport killed six persons.


M&. CEHALES CHEEK holds the box of stubs for Mrs. C. 0.
Kelly to draw the lucky number at a model table for the Carib-
bean College Club's Penny Social tonight. On display is an as-
S sortment of the prizes to be won at the Stranger's Club. One
table will be of particular interest to the children, and the prizes
wr l be drawn early in the evening. Left to right are: Mrs. Cheek,
u airman of the Penny Social, Mrs. F. L. Wiscavage, Mrs. David
-6 A. Peters, new president, Mrs. C. Q. Kelly, Mrs. W. E. Rushing,
Secretary, Mrs, 'estal Morris etUtlDg preiEdent and Mrs. L H.
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--Gen. Alfred M. Gruenther has
told Congress that R assla b*s a
chain of 300 airfields in Buippe
which would provide a "vers efs
fective" springboard for attack
on the West, it was disclosed to-
day.
Gruenther, chlef of atatf f
the Noth Atlantic eemmnlaad,

UN Stand -i

For Peacet


UNITED NATIONS, Aptr -
(UP)-The United Naions e
eral Assembly stood ready today
to reconvene at a iomamt'V n0o-
tice to begin "the organization
of peace" In the wake of a Ko-
rean armistice.
The 60-nation world puarll-
ment called a recess yesterday,
to await news from Panmunjom
After an eight-wk a.e ssl on
which saw some of the most
hopeful developments In many
years.
Under the terms of a Brazilian
resolution approved unanimous-
ly last week, the Assembly a-
greed to confine the Korean
peace talks to Panmunjom and
stand ready to aeet when an
armistice is reached or "when
In the view of a majority of
members other developments in
Korea require consideration of
this question."
The latter stipulation was an
escape valve in case the negoL
tltlons again become stalemat-
ed and new action hqre becomes
necessary
The spring session, a contin-
uation of the regular 1952 -ses-
sion which recessed late In De-
cember on a note of deep Soviet-
American bitterness, has few
real accomplishments to show.
But it became one of the cen-
tral forums for the 'Kremlin's
peace offensive following the
death of Premier Stalin.
In addition to the Korean vote,
probably the only hard-and fast
accommllshments were the ap-
pointment of a new secretary-
general and the near-muanim-
ous vote yesterday recommend-
ing the disarmament, and eva-
cuation or Internment, of some
12,000 Chinese Nationalist Irre-
gular In Burma.
Early this month, harmony
%Me In approval of the Security
0 oncUl's recommendation that
Sweden's Dag HammarskJold
succeed Trygve Lie of Norway as
secretary-general of the U.N.

kimn Of. KKK-Type
Beating Believes

Thugs Wee Negroes
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., April 24
(UP) Three masked men beat
a Negro steelworker and burned
a cross in his yard Wednesday
night, the victim said today, but
he believed they were members
of his own race.
It was the second report here
in recent months of Negroes
masquerading as Ku Klux Klans-
men in forays against other Ne-
groes.
Activity by the klan Itself has
been negligible iq this area since
an anti-masklaw was passed in
19W9 to halt an outbreak of
nithtfider raids.
Joe D. Poe said he wasn't sure
the men who beat and kicked
him Wednesday night were Ne-
groes, but "their voices sounded
like they were Negroes."
A fourth man, an unmsked
Negro, accompanied the attack-
ers to his house in an old model
car. Poe said.
The unmasked man knocked
on his door and said some men
outside wanted to see him.
When Poe saw the hooded men
getting out of the car he turned
Fnd ran for his house. but one of
them caught him on the poreb.
In the struggle, Poe was kicked
and beaten but be struck one of
hip attackers and broke the la
ssilsnt' glawens underneath the
black hood, he said. The four
men then fled. he said.
Poe said the raiders cursed l
and later he recealvbd a telepbh
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RelatieIq Comm0itte t he
Ar. eounting heavily
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Mf Jiut made public.
"Ihe general said the AlUlg
bave more than 40 "aefft
I bames operating in nA I
~that t will take 18 montcm
fIpm.the free nations equal Rut
in air baaes.
s said a program Is nuder a
way to "ive us well over 10" I
madr airfields. B
That sl the same number of S
major bases the Russians have,
he said, but they also have 200
other minor bases.
Gruentber said this gives theit
a-total of 300 airfields wit 'in
easy striking distance of Westernv
Ofng %Russa's 175 ground dl-
vialon the "most effeciUv land
army in the world today," Or-
epther said the West "mal" havt
enough strength now to prevent
p surprise attack. But he said
four. reserves. at the moment are
npo, od enough not effect v
enoSh.'
Oruente .appeared before the do
committee Aprll in behalf of el
Gen. Matthe X B.. R !,id u-B
p r e m e .na d eo r o f M ,.

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WABNT1ON, April a2 (1uP) riel." '4be* aIne ois
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celebraleds.rtW pfor oending hort
the si t han ure: A threat to aa"
bomb ui3dtl China, there #t
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