The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
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 )
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.

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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
lcc - Newspaper
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SLIPHON e pAMA NO. 1.09640 f1 iaNis.
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OLON OPP. 12 17q CNRA AVEN Uf STWEEN 12TH AND 13TH 071iliC n'e
0 0 O3 IR I. .IN .ATIVIS r ',4HUA I IPOweps, 7Cto tn-. e "
34-1 MAnIsON AVE NI YORK 417., N I .
LsCAt i ov vs+.
go3 MONTY01N ADVANCE S i'627"
POP yI FAR., IN &OVANC 1650 24 00
l 15 YOUR PORM THERg sj!!.RAt least threeI of the 30 01
U- THE READRS WN, COLUMN prisoners of war who walMd
into Freedom Village on Mon-
H E M I r I,( day will be shocked to leaw- '
that they were made part ofe
SA I an international pro-Soviet pro-
paganda maneuver by a buMy
--0- of theirs -a fourth 01,
MR. ZONIAN PAYS released with them by the Red
M. ZONIAN FAS officials at Panmunjom. E .
Balboa, Canal Zone. Whether the fourth Amerian
soldier was duped into this ac-
gir: tion -the American jart of
.,,I'd like to ask the powers that be how come when the corn- which Ws directed by thiubiq-
mI ,aries had a shortage of margarine last week thW bought itout Seveteer Hkrry Bridge.-
large quantities from the sales store and sold them to us retail or consciously furthered this
a tiny profit of 26 cents a pound package? propaganda maneuver will be
,ow in most homes, margarine is considered a basic f evident as soon as he speaks
bus e we can't afford regular butter:' publicly.
e sales store sells their margarine to their consumers for Whatever the case, the Soj
S a package. ease him and the three other
S hundreds of.pounds were bought up by the commissry ?at lIs in the first exchange after
atice of 13 cents a~packagesubjecting them to sclent4fic
Why, by the time it got to us, the poor commissary customer, "brainwashing" efforts tor over
dd that same package have a price of 39 cents a pound marked a year In prison camps.
n itt? Did the Commissary Division feel they had a great deal
of expense to t transport the margarine from Corozal to Balboa? Key figure of this sm all
Or is this part of their no-high-profit policy? group of newly released pj3it.-'
S --Lemme Know. oners is Paul 1. Settaur, Jr."
-o 1 of San Franctic. Oa Mare
4, 1952, young Sehnur got 93
SOLUTION TO A MAJOR PROBLEM other Allied prinsm of war '
in Prisoner of War. Camp No.
Col6n, R.P. 5 to sin a petition to "the _
rnesto T. efevre Contest A ean l" to gt a
c/o The Panamn American "eeAIr-fire oanerdP In Kares
Gentlemen: .-Just # the thu. s Soviet
Geonembloc wa screaia lfg for *iml
One of the major problems between the United States and lar action.
the Republic of Panami is the competition to commerce in Pan-
amt by commercial activities on the Canal Zone. The letter read like any an
To those who are adversely affected by this competition the of scores of Communist line
Ideal solution would be to abolish these activities, while those charged. that. our aircraft was .
who patronize them believe that the cost of commodities in the killing our own priione of wW .v .
Republic of Panama would increase and the quality of some and North Korean civilians -* NMMl... '" *-.
articles would deteriorate if this competition Was eliminated, thus parallelig .pro-Soviet pro. -
Therefore as a solution to this problem I suggest that all pjganda. Then, In itraage ma-
commercial activities on the Canal Zone be operated as indepen- guage for any 1I,t said:
dent units and pay taxes on an equal basis with similar estabish- "We appll to all peace or+ n n I I-I -
Ments in the.. Republic of Panama. These taxes should be paid ganiaztions, churches, Quaker
to the Republic of Panama. trade unions and all others
furthermore the Service Activities and Industrial Bureau of who want an end to the war I
the Panama Canal Company should be operated as free zones, to band together now and raise n l*
Importing supplies duty free, but any person or commercial unit, a unified and mighty voice that
either in the Canal Zone or the Republic of PanamA, that pur- will be heard." By ,0
chases supplies from them would have to comply with Panama's Among the names on the pe-
customs regulations. This suggestion does not Include the Canal tition, were Cpl. Richard 0. -- ,
Zone Government, Panama Canal Company Canal Activities or Morrison, Pfc. Donald LeGay
non-commercial activities of the Armed Forces, and P et. W am R. H kle NW RK t may eb day, just a
n r Cot me ssarCes.tmr These were also the names of touch (or the v Unittd lW aes to
-A Comm ary Customer. three of the first group of OIs have tag a war with CharlChaplin. thereby
-- released Monaay. ndle -by erce ttNt-la i tightened of
Answer to Peo The letter was mailed to bu ely on the.-
int Answer to Previous Pu Schnur's parents at the Clay- r .a61,r .11al n
S Winter Woes u r .U Jones, Apartments in Ban Fran- .
OIIt war then turned over to IGR caP
ORIZONTAL VlTICAL Nla*iArry Bridges, although by .4.rnthe
,This has to be talk a ca that time the Wesi Cast. Long- i 11
shotelled 2 It's really Loldr A shoremen's Union leader h ad
"Button up been convicted of perj ur y,
your Alas ed ficial of the So-
v -" 3 Algi. el world FedOra- t 2
9 "Don't slip on seapdW- ', e Unions and was obal si
the --" Pursues one I va s r > awaitng deportation. I ;,, .
u100o way Bridgel, of course, saw the SrladF1
t n river t Fene lllUO U i T 1s cause in t "theh'e- let. oatel eSs S-tdP.-'
Woody fruit 6 Bird 25 Prayer ending 43 Heavenly tou, which was signed n form for tho a m
SEffluence 7 Soon 26 Word by word bodies by freedom-hungry men, most actors was rather o IM pe alty of
IT Beverage 8 Musical 28 One who 45 Silver coins with identification numbers at- the ctagk he m t having hi
:18 Repirs sounds Strikes 46 Habitat planttn duty by paying t .
1 Unity Attrcts posture rm Bridges then printed it in his
1UPartofya atteileton 30 Bewildered 7 Den union newspaper, "'e DI s "moral turpi e," th ot cu
wind1 Part 0 Hints 31 Rened 4 Init patcher," on May 2 1952. Har'- ts readmisson, wait:m blatt
23Coury title Gre8 Inettertal wab. ry had his editor t a two- of the irl and the rel'baby, and -
3$Cour~sy title lGrekJelter8 O reiter P sr ea8d, saofthenairlonig
24 Split ulse 16 Whispe 33H ic deeds S Short hit W ,alt photo a bo r of the wor
7? Whatusnow 20 Saltpeter 3 Stupidly (baseball) gra hIng toe I ee itr cc s he namgans there worent a deal more di t--
o e t 22Fastin slainn cog)d be seen 5 as8 it ap- tul than those committed by some of our other
often gets 22 Fasting (slang) 52 Greek apeared in the or iginaL more fa ioumt publi ti er ,.
39Frsh-water seasons 40Washington mountain P ed the otnal. more fla oyat public tig..u
duck 24 Pedestal part city 55 Bird's beak Now, the quitin is, why But the United States put up with him t
2 IBIochemical did yenng Sehnur's fat her feart and it se6ms just a touch infa4We r.
protein i 6 13 tura thi ever e Harry throw him out now, although completely l l-
24 8ovist city Brif ," eft1t*gd.#e nto]
6 HaSoviet city Bridges Instead thh a4. d on technical rounds. The man is .av
o7 Hate eral authoriteetsl Quahre enough Ia stture of evil to warrant.411-
37 ClasflAed eras or a ehrch?. Why was floyins his wn aI t anything as big ahsq.
3t Wndivduals 10it given to a mastm whIsh .4 te count:
Wch your was Ousted from for fel-count:
_on ice lo te ie"Ilk aW.nt. 1 ?W
41 Speak (
42Rights (ab.) For many naldrw., the ain-
44 ryswer is PaulpP. ar M Wtr.'s
Seslient- M l backgronTd. The father of the
4 Place bet een ex-prinser of war was identi-
heaven and fledas p 'CoammBtWi In sworn
hell testimony before t1. California
23 President Joicl q: ttet0l -.U Amer- iOLLT WY1 S OLM i ""
CoolidgThe Wr .ar i an inti- th mema pe
,ud -- *M fI =slu r an anti- fth .oSS'pe _mnaol

See eagles
Wi Caterpilar
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20 .years -r Jut about t
entire lifetime' of his .01 a
ip was executive secretary
the Ban' lraeseo CIO Com
before Phil Murray drove
pro-Commies from CIO. A
the senior Bchnur, in 1944 ,v
secretary of the Communt
labor school in Ban Franci
Thus the, petition was

The daeur new Is that
y re .hudr anda th ) s
may be similarly ekpleted by
still others In the Cemmuist
aparatm. all large elties
the Ameriesfa C i st
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apparate"p- ,"
Thi ppaganda machine -
which s awaiting. t$e return
Sof ex-prters -V war to launch
a Pow veterans p awon
left-wing lne- h Its a-
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an application for- teapanp. ".
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T.S. Intelligence Is npt. ax a01
thisu uedect, socWiIM&A h1ul a.,
the Yugoslavs.
t 'he later seem to be pretty aood at f i; ,tg." Ah,'.

." aring these illemsit s in ,l -iii.-vMai
tons of how genuine l the COmmumm --i.ts -trui- int
T. he Indian emb-as- In1' ia .
waiUlU t KorekA war To ena luail,
in the tree talK. l'It qA

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U Pltoauore some 4t out parts are nocab\that'
th. dea- liV.,M has h l Ml, adtmg hataMuge to MfW the
chang, of .paey in RuilA. TSe peet peae m was
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Our aareh has all the answers.
There is s need for you to think,
just believe."
Uaftlftas broke this man-made
command over four hundred years
ago. IM the mde of the sixteenth
centu llMe eretus challenged
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beden n 'M rehearsals in
Net I"for' -about three
wee gfI, o Christine's act
will her private life,

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known as a before under-
gOtBruB Copenhagen,
relve 5a per cent
of t 6-offlee take. with aV

h of Christin's na-
U~tle our was nbt disclosed.
but It wu r~t that she
ll tolttd e June Coro-
Wbtaer Chritine also will
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TMid ,adthe revue would last
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everyone % your hearing
is individual and personal. So
our pmln for restored hearing
bI individual and personal...
to give YOU grutest possible
benefits of neW hearing.

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have three each.

The Pacific Steam Navigation Company

Royal Mail Lines [Id.
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ...........................May th
S S. "CUZCO" ... ... ...................... May. l thb
.M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" 418,M0 Tons) ....May 16th
MLV. "SALAMANCA" ............................ April 26h
M.V. "SARMIENTO" ..............................mid M y-
M.V. "DALERDYK" ............................May 2nd
M.V. "TEVIOT" .............................. May 8th
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Great White Fleet


US Puts $6,000,000 Circle Thealer's

On Line For UN's 'Born Yesterday'

"Help Selves' Plan Cast Announced
Garson Kanin's "Born Yester-
UNITED NATIONS. N. Y. April day" has been cast for The Cir-
25, (USISi Ambassador Henry cle Theater's second production.
Cabot Lodge, US Delegate to the The show, headlined by the best
United Nations. presented a talent on the Isthmuts, will be
check yesterday for $6.000,000 to presented in the full round in the
the UN's Secretary General as Casino Room at Hotel El Pana-
thp first installment of the USIma.
contribution to the UN 1953 ex-; Tentative dates for the pro-1
panded technical assistance pro- duction are May 20th through
Pr-am May 23rd.
Several well-established Isth-
He said the presentation "'ig- mian actors, plus a few new
nifles that the United States names make up the cast of the
means business" In living up to comedy.
the statement made last week by Bob Loggia will be seen in the
President Eisenhower that "the role of Harry Brock, the rough,
peace e we seek today, founded power-thirsty junk dealer. The
upon decent trust and coopera- role was made famous by Paul
tive effort among nations, can Douglas on Broadway and by
be fa-'dfied-not by weapons of Broderick Crawford in the mov-
'war-but by wheat and by cot- ies. Hindi Diamond, reporter on
ton, bv milk and by wool. by The Panama American will play
meat and by timber and by rice." the strikingly dumb, but beautl-
ful blonde. Billie Dawn.
The Initial contribution rep- Len Wercester, the father of
resents slightly less than half Pacific Side theater and director
Sof the total amount pledged by of HOG has been cast as the sar-
the United States for the pro- castle, alcoholic lawyer. Ed Dev-
gram during 1953. ery. Roy Glickenhaus was chosen
Late in February. the US an- for the role of Eddie Brock, Har-
nounced that it would contribute rys cousin and "yes" man.
un to sixty per cent ofthe tot A newcomer tothe public eye,
amount promised by other na- Gordon Willis has the task of ed-
Stions for the year's work, setting ating Billie Dawn. Willis, an
a maximum cel750 oh t lhtly experienced States-side actor will
over $14.750,000. The total pled, g-.norravlaI Vprra1
ed by other nations amounts to tray Paul Vrra. w be-
$20,83 575 I Director Paul Davis, who be-
,To date a total 64. nations lJeves "There are no small parts,
have pledged contributions for only small actors," ha a support-
the pgramnwhichin acst of experienced peGole:
SLodge. in a speech In February, Shirley Berger an Be n a tor
Termed "an act of faith in theHedge's wife, Don Wilcox as the
abliyl to help them- hotel's assistant manager, Ma-
bity ofpeople to help he rion Archibald as the maid He-
selves. len and stage manager Gerald
_ Pranger. who will do a walk-on


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"SNEFJELD" ............................... April 28
"MAYA" ..................................April 2
"CHIRIQUl" ..................................May. 3
"QUISQUEYA" ............................. My 5
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S.S. "COMAYAGUA ..............................May 5 ME UP-'.
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Passenger Sailings to New Orleans
via Santa Martg, Colembla.

Sailing at
8:00 a.m.

S.S. "CHIRIQUI" .................................May 5
S.S. "CHITRIQUI" ............................... May 19

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Mr. and Mrs. tichard. G. Dro- iam heve-
eeri~alned with a party at .T
C aSS 7 of Memba Crilstobal rededena to nd& who w e nt in-
.irk d tenerisogluicCed, .Rickey,
S., -aw tr wm.i Steven, on his Lou
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Wgarandipr ersnts Mr. andM A. -A.
taWaoh tsrffJiI and Mr. and Mrs. R. TUsmbb at "yr
4A A,*t .L"l DThe annual dance rectal a
B k -' ^the Madge Locke damet I e@-
V e aIst a ndm At wiergi: 1. L yne and boak Walker
rv r J Mr.. Bro and YMCA onthe sme high school

Sadmssio with ,.rooks, t feb; 2.". Be l Weade in Texas, played for *.A

S9e^ Aye w Mr.CarllTheerle a d Mr. Portfr MaHan; Mrs. eat Texas colleges and
4.NOW.Igamft were: Nqrth and bouthW hibtlon danme 001K.i

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h Mr. 0. 0. Brown and Mr. Jul- same high .Sol

t n a frewel 9:30--BIBLE SCHOOL (classes for all ages)
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w.. was (a ear n "' G lhildr u's Clsapd (ages 5- I )1)
s, ,f reoddNle .IweJM, U t:3-nt-PEOPLE'S POPULAR SERVICE
....n.e'.' Roie3 (t:onr' "THE CHIEF ND OF MAN"
Inl Buddy Slbashter, DaviS Believer's Baptism
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GAQSn x Mthee o l A All diog WB oof the DIstric of Cololn ka t
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W.aerend Manert tersoM on May 1,p 1953. The 1 be ou

So meample by a oleoit. n .MiiE PurtOer advised that thre
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Lann ert. 'b e A^collections llfrefea4, anyone making an xt3
MrsPrid My 1, at ':00 pm. Inpt to cotlt tax s l be eponed to P.
an") Is t lic Offideals orinicipal Authert es.
Ruoff Th 3 oft he- JOSE D. BAZAN
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Household Automobiles mD o s aM..
Y R SA_-LA_-mahogany__ bed FOR SALE--1949 car. Good condi- Wl Alehell '
OR SALE A mahogany bedroom ton Special price due transfer. 20lo A e... "
suite and dresser, a wardrobe, a George Carr, PAA, Tocumen. DR. WENDEHAK t
kitchen d,nelte to table and four GDR. W E
chairs"i ad ,ngoom suble. a Sin- FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolet 2-door Centr Avenue & K
gersewing 1 telephone sedan, new car condition with pow- Tqlep n 2-3479.4 P P
table, and an Admirol refrigerator, er-glide, under 10.000 niles. Gay- SPKAL X
60 cycles. All in good condition. ernment employes may finance. See FROM PANAMA TO
For any informationn call Panami at 1524-C, Gavilon Area, way $85, .round trip S (
2-1051 between 5 and 6.30 pm Call 2-3269. doy-limitL., 169.0, good a$40
FOR SALE. 25- cycle 9 cu. ft FOR SALE:- 1951 Mercury 4-door to LOS ANGtEL2fS, e At
Westinghouse refrigerator. House sedan. low mileage, radio, extras, round trip, $252.-5. 0
105-A. Gomboo, Phone 6413. excellent buy $1600.b0. Cristobol Peute.ll D i ee "
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FOR SALE.-One Frigidaire, 60-ccle" 3-1239. 6 eb, w
8.5-cu ft., 1949 model I I0-A. FOR SALE: 1952 4-doaf DeSoto -"
Jod.5n Street. Gomboo. C Z Firedome V-8, excellent condition, TRAIN NURSE, spal'izii in
SA ECoc and c8500 m.les, with extras. U.S. tax general baby care, .food, dipt, pe' FOR'
FQR SALE Couch and chair I ike paid Call Cristobal 3-1740 after sonal care of aged person. WHI. "t l
new $30, bamboo coffee table $6, 5 p.m. or all day Saturday and in. Address R. Small, Box 522, Pe-
bamboo library table $6; 2 fiber Sunday. dro Miguel P.O. -
rugs $12 & $31; chartreuse screen
5; 2 & Quarterimater bedus,sc25- FOR SALE.-1947 Chevrolet sedon, REPAIR, refinish Rottan ho -
ccle regerator IFrgdore $80 $500.00. Can be seen, 4 p.m. to nature. Complete overhau rk ;W et.
Call Balboa 3782 after 6 p m 8 D m ,QtrS. 540-8, Cocoll. guaranteed. Special price. Free a- tpric
timate. Front "Balboa eer -. I1Ir.
FOR SALE -4-piece mahogany berl- FOR SALE-1951 Plymouth 4-door den." Tel. 2-4044. "Jh qmy.'l
room set at reasonable price. 763. sedan, radio, leather upAREAolstery.R
House 327"-A. Amason 0775-G, Williamson Place, Travel via "AREA," '5he Route oft1IW ec
ouse Balboa. Good Neighbor.' NO INCREASE WIttWlf p -,
FOR SALE--9-cubic foot refr.gera- IN PRICES:...FREE MrAIS... bdlrb, two .b
twr, 25-cycle $3000. 0767-F Wil- FOR SALE: 1940 Libhcon sedan COCKTAILS! One-wa to MIAMI, Ingth, lkttl
iamsrcn Place. after 6 p m. $150.00. Telephone Balboa 3150 $70.00...NEW YORK $114.00. o ond th"
R SALE-25-cycle 2-door refri after I p M. ...GUAYAQUIL, 0. .. .oU1- bMUrf l
geroSor $50.00. Can be seen at FOR SALE:- Jaguar MK VII sedan TO. $86.00. Round trip to MIA.- 1 .
55-.-G. Diablo. Call 2-4104. and XK 120 Super Sport. South MI. $126.00...NEW YORK, RIts p3
1952 models. Duty paid. Consider $214.00. ..GUAYAQUIL 144.00 si sin
FOR SALE Refrigerator. washer, trade. Phone Albrook 6207. ..-QUITO, $151.O0. BOEING 4- if delfdi
piano, bamboo suite, other house- engine planes. For more detolt .E altment lx"
hold furniture Wm. V. Butler. FOR SALE:-1947 DeSoto sedan, ro- PANAMA DISPATCH 5 iVIC1. r4 Zone.
Phone 2-4440. dio, fluid-drive. Excellent condition. Avenida Noc lIl (Automrnbli M
Phone Popaml 3-5098. Row*, telephone 2-165.
FOR SA_ E. Bedroom, I~v.ngroom both1 ,
S cr.d dn ngroom furniture; stove FOR SALE 1941 Oldsmobil Six. The Ganadera Industrial offers F tdwli
ond I.,ichn utensils, etc. Apply Excellent condition. Just ov'rrhoul- delivery service of pasteurized ;,'.
O-'r o. Justo Arosemena Avenue. ed. 9 to 2 daily. Alt day Sunday trella Azul" IBlue Star) mfl.l. i FOR. 1 ;-.4flM
.*73-A IMarviol Aoartments) corner House 0433 Frongipani St., Ancon. Margarita, Fort Gulik Fortovir,
of 371h Street. Panaoma Tel. 2-4214. and Fort Serman. Write to Apar-
JRSALE -8 cu -ft Westinghouse FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury station tado 52, or call Tel. J204, Co(on.
,refrigerator. 2 large grass rugs. wagon. House 508. Curundu Hs. ric. Call Panoar
'Phone 2-6313. FOR SALE:-Ford1952 pr co- SALE FOR MNT-A b*
FR SALE -Modern mahogany twin edition with rad.o $1,60.0 a or l F R, SmeAls ,E
; beds, foam rubber mattresses, cov- make an offer. TI. Balboo 2696. MiucellaBeous lehed4 w l y
ers, pads $75 00 each, green strip- FOR SALE:--r951 Ford 4-door so- ------ P go'uske *
S .e~ bedspreads $15.00; portable don. 'Excellent condiflon, $1400. FOR SALE:--Aquoriuni cement, love- M
-- three-speed record player with rec- Call 6-323 or see House 169-A, bird and sunflower seeds. Acuario
words $50 00; new mahogany bar Gamboa, C.Z. Tropical, 55 Via Espaa, Phone FOR
$52 50. Tel. 3-0692. El Cangrelo 3-5411.
Street. No 53. Apt 1. FOR SALE:-1947 Fordor automatic *
-- r DeSoto. radio, plastic seats. Socri- FOR SALE:-Electric table ia*, port-
-O SALE:---Diningroom set, mahog- ficed $900. Seymour. TeL 504-B, able heavy duty drill and stand,
a,cony, 8 pieces $65.00; two beds. Colon, near LavamAtico. pamtsprayer outfit complete. Singer
i; %rnplete with springs and mattress. sewing machine, electroplating unit,
A,,$95.00. Cristobal 3-1863. FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge 4-door se- electric train, diningroar suite, U
dan. good condition, new point, new WIllim HII, house 211 Rio Gran- JeI
ISALE:W-Or trade for 60-cycle,dW ci le .Iliam H.ll, hous 211 Rio Gran- a L
R SALE-Or trade or 60-cycle, tires, new battery, new seat cover$. de Street. Pedro MIguel.
S ,frigerotor 25-cycle 9 cu. ft., ex- Leaving Isthmus. PhonHe 3.276. g
Illent condition, Foreman, 212-A. 98-D. New CristobaL. FOR ALE: immagt1 patal6e bat
ptun.t_______________ tR radial ltke nw $15.00. Phone
JMu :-Me--l din- abl-andFOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door 2-7r50 Hom 647, C acnd .
FOR SALE:-Metol dining table and sedan P.G., low milleage, beautiful 5. Hous 647. Cocod.
Ssfij Chairs, metal library table, Rot- condition. $145.00. Phone Cristo- Piano, studio ul three
1 toc bamboo chairs and end table. bal 3-1411. Lester Plno. studio upright; three
Excellent condition. House 1502-B, .years old, like new $425. Tel. 3.- FOR
ScBalboa P ditione 2-401. FOR SALE: 1950 Hillman sedan, 3903. Panomi. Call Mrs. La.
green. Not dut 6 id, like 'hew. F SALE.-Ornamental
SALE:-Frliidaire oair-condition- 48th Street No. FORSALE.-Ornamrntol plants, moe-
ing unit, one-half ton, excellent hogan furnitures, good conraition.
condition. Tel. 3-2885. 9072-71z St., Apt. Wilcd No.FOR
WANTED 5, Colon.
W ANTED TUEFORSAL.E:--Lester Spint pim, go- 5-4"2, 7 Go
PRE-RELE ASEI prano saxophone, Zenith radio. to- FOR RENT ool
Miscellaneous PRE-KELEASE! blues. All excellent condition. Tele.- room taM ef t
WANTED:-Retired Canal Zone cou- SIMULTANEOUSLY phone Quarry Heights 4148. latwat861 1
pie to act as caretakers and land AT THE FOR SALE :-Radio, mobile equiprlnt ---.. .Ia8J
salesman at Coronado Beach. Sol- T complete. Elmac transmitter, Car- FOR R -To
ary, free house and utilities. Good I LLA ter genemotor,. Morrow converter, dren, 1u*i
S opportunity. For appointment call Shure mike, Whip antenna, power r
Balboo 3346. AND supply. Phone 2-0104 or 3-0887. tr
WANTED:-Smooth tires, for recon- FOR SALE.-Sealed bids will be open- i'!'-
. struction. RICONSTRUCTORA NA DRIVE-IN I ed April 30 at 10.00 a.m. for com-
CIONAL. Peru Avenue No. 7, Tel- | plete set of Dictaphone Equipernt
phone 2-0406. THEATREqR and accessories in working condli.
64066 of eeiee.q aR 0 666*00 tioB (5 units). 20% refundcab
Ay WANTED: Furnished two-bedroom deposit required with bidrTEXAC
apartment, Bella Vista area. Ring i PonomoiC across the street from FOR RE
British Legation 2-0912. CoCc',,
ANTED:---Certain old U.S. & Pan- PANAMA CANAL COMPANY 3903;
mi 'toins. Write very brief de- OFFERS VARIOUS ITEMS
S. ri"ption. Box 472, Balboao. C.Z. FOR SALRIOUS *Tr
FOR SALE w N lebid. for opening In public, wil
M R"SALE ve4. until 10;30 a.m.. May 6 am
e~ 3, in the o'fice of 'Superintendent
Real Estate B E. THAT 1of Strehou s. Blboa, forcompres-.-
AVIG CONTP: Must sell r, heaters, lif bats. asphationof thet.
LE:-50-crp roprty In El l r ,adding ma:Nno electric motors,
.. beach-fron t proper tyoand hgh x elent. I w. I. various metal and woodworking ma-
Own water and ighway. Exelephone Bol- es, telephonera 22777.tor set, power

ca-tion. Worth $8.000. sFOlling forY"FOR

500 on SALE: FarA near Chorrers. C all CO. week old-cNew Hompshre Reds sinol
G od fo r cattl e alone. 2000 fruit uREDHEADED Nich dry tumblerseand pressing-ld PUL cs R
o 63 or the property house. 175 and winches. Invitation No.
and Sunday. P1udy P61. which lists the location' of the
SALE:-50-acreprol~ho y in El VaQbve items, may be obtained fC
Volchn. near Boy Scouts camp, past h ce of Superintendent of Store-
ice and hghwy. Telephone Bol-es, telephone 2-2777.
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e. T314. 2-2121-2 FOR SALE: JBY CHICKS, oneFOR
SALE: --Forn near Chorrera. rweek old-.NIew Hampshire Reds signal
'Good for cattle alone. 2.000 frut REDHEADED Nicholls strain; five-week-old PUL- clot. R
bes. water all year also 7 A hp LETS. New Hamshire Reds and
S brand nw house. 175, White LeghornM Pullets (R FOP. .
tI I Ave. Chormrai. At home I ccapting o snwfr Shat
esdoy and Thurscdy. Plans. ComRngH &f lh Y.OWNING'
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SALE'--aoll house in El Valle. p Rood. Call B 914 946.
lately furnished, all convene. FOR SAII

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r t e ou n s alioa High and Albrook Field Hatl, onder, Be
!r d techhl e lt cause au ed ad to advance billing Fri-i b Time: :SS.
Collins .lean count. day night at the Balboa Relays, Jr. High 8 yd. Bey-C
le The only cof do was as the two teams battled right (Mizrachl, Mates, Lowe, Sith),
Sturn around a rd the bout down to the final events beforeI BJH8I, BJHS2 Time: :45.7.
o to ofate mt .' BH8 emerged the winner by a 6 Mile Relay IJ (Dlgad4
S Boston' od ,CSi was and 5/6 poina margin. The Bull- ;Raybourne, Orris, Jaekl), Alb.
limp under Bss his fee dOgd sCdred 33 5/6 points to 27 504, Time: 3:40.8.
Drawn up aaitb 'Iut with no for the Flyers. Cristobal High was Discus Rodrigues (M), Hg-
sign of tfeI. it o "htf was a good third with 21 points. fol- gins iAlb.),Roberson (CgB) Db.:
out-weighed by y Snt 3/4 of a lowed in order by the 504th with 135' 5 %".
pound by the oeW ork chamn- 12 1816th ABU 10%, Athletic High Jump 0ib n (M28.
plon. He hadl2m lw e down Club 10, Junior College 1, Boys Mantovani (BHS) (TI), May
three more tUs= = the bout Club 1 and Special Troops 2/3. 1BHS i, Mclntyre (33rd.) ('te)
ended in the auurth. u Idivldual honors were shared Distance: 6'O".
by two Army men, Ramon Rosa- Pole Vault Bettencoat (AI-.
Rawson explained that "be- rio of the 504th and John McIn- brook,. Jeffries IBB)
cause I knew. Tao*ay'e amazing tyre of the 1816th. Both boys not iman ST. Stuhl (8P IeU
recuperative poWeM, didn't only won two events each, but Dis.: 10' 10" 13 Way Tie for lt.)
stop the figt In the thtd they both established records
round." wit their double wins.
"He didn't- seemsto me -to be Rosarlo was the shining light a
In really serious trouble no of the weight events, with a 54
in a lot of other fights. Each 5 C in discus throw. Both of.
time when he got up, he was a these broke Relays records. Me-
little dazed but not really in bad Intyre did his big wdrk in the
shape. two hurdle events, Just as It was
predicted. He won the highs in,
"Hls corner aqgeed with me the excellent time of 14.7 and
that I was right letting the then came back in just a fewi
fight go on. After all, you know, minutes to run a 20.4 low hurdle TEAM STANDING--ZD HALF
It was for the worldehamplon- race to set his second record of TEAM- We L .
ship and you don't to sto op the night. Just to add to his Ie me" s ,.in .7*
those if there is cance of work, Mclntyre also got a tie for~ .... 7 .41
a man coming batk. third in the high jump. CIAAD .... .. "
The 23-year-old Collins,' who The our relay races 'were. .. .. 2
had thousands of boys club evenly divided between the two Pan Lii ...
praying for hin, boxe4 nearly high schools in so 'far as winners MONDAY'SEULT
even with the champion for two were concerned. C stobal, FiremenInu ce 12.
rounds. They were scored about thanks to the speed of "Cannon- T AYS ULT
10-9 and 10-8, Carter getting an ba"' Carl Tuttle won both
edgemin each round, LIng n sprintrelays. In each of them WENUIAY'$ h Lt
command. Tuttle took the bato behind the sete's 5.CAAI
landed a right to Cound' Crt Balboa anchor man and made up THURSDAY'S RSULT
second and Collins 'taIr- the distance with enough to Firemen' Inuumr IS, 1M
ed then collapsed.oin th -~ are. for a victory. He was par- LUqHd 4.
.ed, then collapsed ore n th ca- bctlarly brilliant in the 880 ba-
lashedS him reghteto the ceS ton event. where he made up al- Monday afterWoon the ia
tshe llm Irishman and Colina ost 10 yards on the Balboa an- leading eam, FiftImle"'s "r-
went dowri -only to come ack or man, Ted Norris, to win by dance, bowled over Baxter'-
with both hands eyelash. The Bulldogs were Transporters, 1 2to 7.
Carter merely covered up and second in both these events. Bobo McArthur, seood In 'h
waited for hs opportpunpit In the two longer relays, the batting derby, fattened his vw-
The bi' one came qtckly as 'medley and the mile, it was a age with three for tour Wltel
Collins stepped ut ii the Sourth coattest between BBH and the Al-I ing a tor-bagger in the seed
his eye bie-b eared from a brook quartets. Ray Nickisber Pcod ad two for three and
Sut and walked into the same and Ed Siva took the baton to Lou nger marked up two
Sright hand. He tf4l once, got start the anchor 880 in the med- five tries.
Sand sta ered around t o h ley eventent stephen. 81va For Baxter's Bob LaI*w
orner where he ell agan. Raw- went into an immediate leach% but te only man to annet mw
Sg lped v loa andl d No k klM hung oan add in the an once when he sUe- @,".
M eye aas lomgazed dat lat 9 ='o gutted and paMd two for four trips to thm ,
eat the n, Ty hd him coming ito the stretch i Tusay the seond
urI ft thw therd round, In to5. Tth e tyaa" had l*
d d th rd round win by le. lhn a st rde, te a nWai", Jaatod ana
A tot stop 1 win. It wasalmost tO he n
fight h ~ cn t-e when the Elkmen hit tilb i"-
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i'wLa rthe ish Wednesday Baxter'a N-
It found of hit recent asa all the porters took a clo a ft
bst.her With -Lauro Bals 'to %W CAA by the narrow m
wina crack at carter, couldn't I Oib.n, kept the AC. In 3 to 1. CAA outhlt = five
0aamon the gtrengt to cake the"olnt column, wit4 a record to two, but Ted Jordan
breaIg performance, In the ix Iree passes against A
A crowd of 12,4T7 saw the na- broadump. bn leaped 21 ft. lr's one to account for the
tiy teevised and broalcast 11 % Int h lfCiMw a u f of of erence.
t at Boston Garden. Carter an Iob r than th Rela Bill Carli and. C e-
received about $70,000 of the record. Cbbsen i tiedr first Glade were the ealy
gate and Collins about 0,000.- I the hill w Lamert ers to. connect, safely. pr tr
--atovanataheightot ero lub, "Skin-head" Jones
m ]" ,,etl _oC f t. to d with the ,ttek gaprnii twe
-OVIE B E~ Carl Tuttle tf Cristobal brees- for t wo. O e Tr s l= ar,
ed to a convinita win the 1e0 Butch Baker and Hobart e
u Milwau Wis. -(NEA) with a time of 10:1. raverte one safety each.
Track John Bennett of Claeree Bettenooort of Alboak Thurlauy Firemen's Inaurane
rqus.e stands nily five-foot took the pole vault at U11eet, an 0a:i up with their second trl-
%egmllt. y i ha- broad-jumped 24 AlbroOk's potent distance duo of m ofr the week when Pan LA-
feet and high-Judlped six-feet- Walt Paul and George MacCor- qpu4 was .tin down 16 to f.
:tvm. i mick ran fAist and second in TurBer with four for five, A4-
that order In the mile run. germnnur with three for three
R lt%, = Batleeib elays and larry Jones with two M
Elemen. 440 yd. Relay Ccoll three led at the plate. Both of
"^* (Nash, Salvo, Kirkland, Keller); larry blows were baeg
Kobbe, Balboa Time: 9.. le-n p Bll a took albo
?i. IG To 440 yd. Relay -- CHB tSeanet, homnred t^ the second and
Smith, Hatgi, Tutte M, MBS, Al- mrana Ld akell.tall the wap.
IA1 brook Time: 45.7. [round without relief.
S.TAR-TOUR Mile Run Paul. (AlbrOek), d ford the
MacCormlckl (Alb r 0o ra 1 C s or Pa o.da evhee thnou
(C) Time: 4:51.3. e have seen r
(3C th adi e I44:01.3 e i P led his team s th ictek with
7th Grade 440 Rei f& N ,two singles and two.grlkeouola
(Casorla, QIarv OMlon ofosritW *ttritt.outt
Curdts), CJHS, BJk40 6 : 53.A *''oti.
Medley Relay kins,
Delgado. Raybu1aWoe, Cr), tlnmkna DAnJ Am
lbAY h ., B. C. Time'3:5- amboa P To Be
I oShot Put- OdrigueB'.aMi),
ATr O P.M. ^"an", Hu Closed Fortlean'm
1 0 yard dash Tuttle (CHS),
I"' ON THE STAGE Norris (BHS), Von Chong (1BB) A MOday
"'^ "L P ime: 10.1- A A y- l M o IIy
IN PERSON! 8th Ora4e. -yd. 01 Oamboa swimmitg 3lUll be
CJHS IMacCobbi, Lowdlosed all day Monday, '
chl, Smith), BJHI8, was, for cleaning, it was M
H Time: 50.2. today by the Physical
Low Hurdles Mctn-tyre and Recreation Bran&k.,
(3rd. Orvis (nHS), g- setll The work will be Aone by e
( ( S Time: 204o, i Maintenance Division forces, and
Broad Jump OGibso (AC), it is expected that it will be
May (BHSl,Santana (504. p.- completed in time to have- the
tance: 21'11 %". pool reopened W the r|alr-.
5(880- y" .q"e Cl lCi'B schedule the following day.

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ST. LOUIS, Mo., April 25 (UPI "Let the people know t e truth and de country i safe" -' Aral am LUncol.

his own hand today because
their "kill or be killed" bank rob- d 1-*I the and
eplot went wrong Pos Editor )
S The Chicago holdup men were mt n.
cut down or routed by more than A # uate
S00 poUcemen yesterday, as they d E erd uetLaboB ro aio a e

1The lone fugitive, known only o ao
as "Joe," was described as the basenthey r
leader of the gang. He was re- a name.
ported to have esca ed in a Pon- o Wah a ncap thwhih
S tiac with stolen llinois license o -

oalso sussed thoW ith M chPirthso pij nd rw lle m s
Hewas charged In a warrant WASINGTON, April 25 (UP)Two of Wehsler's our books s o u In th

sid.l echaaleer brfndur t bok Isqto.
with robbery with intent to kill. James A. Weschler, editor of were written during the 19S4-37 government =O Md-ii i t M l3S
Identical warrants were also the New York Post, was ques- period. The other two, Including Wechsler a ld e told Me- te a Panam
Issued against John Frederick, toned late yesterday at a secret "Labor Baron," a biography of Carthy that "I thought I wias th% t attempts
50, and William Scholl, who were session of the Senate Perma- UMW president John L. Lewis, first of a long line of edto dit whoM M 1As B aS S2
S both wounded in the gun battle. nent Investigating subcommittee were written several years later, whoae going tobe called dow I wlty.Is He" s es '
Dead was Frank Vito, 27, who headed by Sen. Joseph R. Mc- McCarthy said he knew the because they refused *te e the 32- .
turned his gun on himself, Carthy. book "Labor Baron" i used In M eCarthyism with pario .U t he oi" .
housing heyU never take McCarthy said Wechsler was the libraries but does not know ......1"" it-a--s- ....."--the-" iinf.r5
I e." called "as an author (f books) which of Wechsler's other booksQ I
School, who was wounded in and not as a newspaperman." have been purchased. W t Gpr .r
S the back but sUll able to talk But the New York editor said The Wisconsi Repiblican told W o est ermand r L per 2bW pee
told police he met Vito In Chl-most of the questioning was a- newsmen that although Weeh- S ls ur -,'a'.p --' "
cago and they discussed the rob-bout the Post, Its staff and sler was calledmainlyas,"an ft ?w 7 U
bery there, a policies. The newspaper and author," the subcommittee "went e o ost
SVlto promised they could make Wechsler have criticized Mc- into the question ot hi leading a.
fve gornd in five minutes," he Carthy frequently. the fight against everyone who .:. c ,at ,
said. Wechsler branded the inquiry-------- rat th-ao. .Ftx h
'o a "flagrant attempt to intimi- BONN, o ermany, April 2 troopCs In a tet_

*inig For Men In Colon m n .st noo. o Poesr eid i sW bemsad
r date" him. He wsntas kedn t on- au all s The upper house of thho
Salvan in Arucl pear but wast non t subpoenaed.b e WA.SoINTOn, voted yesterday to deelayos MiW4 WA0S"00 "h dge rS d1
Sa hae of 10 cent en on GesmerMw h iB
Ainalm twoldw rtaobvioustInterference-aiOth e admein aui p lan f tr opanuo1,PaOnee s egod

tionper niy te ma to tv r the does ate than tte

aexpeniMs for sanitary and clean- EWVIoE, TtnOe.. 8 MaM t atulrl t h rn

patrons also have toilet and director, said today there are A. Lett and Dr. Vannever t m -
bathing facilities, too many dornerivers with re-ganizigte- Buhe Dees 4e- i ra^^
Support has been given ot the an-ho ubr a omitt vig ee. rne cmalit, or aneei es erman e
McCarthy said Wechsler wasm~At.

project by Mayor Jose D. Bazan, to 80 ml e of his books Threported to have deidede t
Twho mae avation Ar, maintain- have n puaddress before atrahen- gt ingt, Apl 25 (UP ae
I and hats shown practical interest in course fopartment for fleet suover- o- The aintration 'sal c pntrol a theifor ce a monto f 1 r d S tal l
S aring for the less fortunate pervlsors at the riernity of own services and limiting them r san d the upper househno a pu atest
p City Engineer coayle has also Tennessee Cobum shaving been patrictly to policy decisions. Teerew as tm io
s shelter for men. munist League from 134 to 1937downgal strainthe power off the m igh cgnse e 1a s 3 l toftmWM aM r In

In the past week the number hour ability are those lacking the various theater commands wasexIected to
Thommodated has grown n steadg but says he is "vicagorously anti- or int such aefs of stahe Pentagonuld tn the xi t to s l t s

hly brown from six on the first all-important m&atal attitude. be exerted by the defense e
adjoining the Municipal Offices ComflUuist" now. sources said toda. f 41 I anr otlonatetr .
adjoiThe dueMuento bea m a The treatycalling fc59,00 wMh waa signed in PausW

between th e lat reported hey may behe b t 6duet hto abe Ar umade etr
e eer men Accomodations ost o the ontinll ods to th old l

C. A. Moonawm, comm ending overestimate their ability to mand would go uder the e
modest and eolon Central mp i O af thdSaer osvera sa. Ther
Thr but the Itition, le all --rmel handled r leiv- by.

f. ealvarton Army operations op If r tions a
rothe sectional offer of the P an- oan hes a dh iey
Sahomand Canal Zonte Section, no soWik mu I Ar mn

Capt. Edward Wclesn.. OeS euen Ella m ol II A twn
S A n rurgen t need existeor soumeko1 u IUMealnr I era of diW
r ean vaJs cots and If there is any- Sovie vry by and l. imitin tem w '.

trone who awuld le tolet nd eser a -C s idod :t there are Lo 'lSett and D r.cs nevr
bamore t h acisons es. ould getoon (U) Primvers with 4r0-t me ne- latte knelt ed r tt, "

StSupporh t hbeepone with ether hour ability are d siv ing at speeds rothe 1ttueen iorm ns- w e td,
ho made atvon Ary theaquteld- ing In an addre as before train s in g th e o intdou as- tiT "'om
In r3-3 or Colyson central orps a compantn o the aOrvert ty of e ert ei sed lto the f flign -
t tolo n 743 te lorrarter bmy nQueen wlirbet. Ij g a of th orders of S

ity Eeayle has also Tennessee, Coburn said: strictly ao policy de l on
ided the project. "Drivers with miles-an- Final str e control over tMennt. But of il N g*

S the ast week the number hour ability are thos e lking the various theatercame te se- itfel t to d the a
aommodated hasgrown steadi- t some physical aspect o r dern such as the Far didt crwould prealon iroe t

ly rown from on the first all-mportant m nt al it t titude. be exer sed by the defe emm. .
niht to 20 on the last reported They may be uhable to Judge se cretary rather by the
SResponsibility for ovp eri rforone of their own ve lsovariousdltative te

C. A. Moowmy, commandingS toMus a would0undoer the name worse.

f'r- f the Colon Central stop"ofw a t ervh ce sec oetarPies .They : l w 2 v, .
Cthe Isthmus of Panae, i uhgW -

SIn o A oTheSirWibe on App. n'NewCo
come under the jHuriIsdctionSKY ofht K ht
S the Osctional officer of tMhe Pan-and w
Sand Canal Zone Section, Wn
Capt. Edward W. Hodgson. Says Queenab -t era. r Ife.'
SAn urgently need existth for some"
anvas cots, and if there is anyIn
one who would like to render r4 .d
real service b donating one or WINDSOR, Eno .e.. prlI 25 Th8ye.odm....r.nele
touch by telephone with either Churchill became .Sir Winston",, aeoreaw inhge room ofWi ueen Case 0
2-3593 or Colon central Corps_ a companion of the ooftheead doInto the high- felt.,
Colon 743. Garter by Queen Elasbeth IL '.WOAdn and olhegordersnofCTng
him gently on each shoulders
_.__--_ With a RbSwordtandethen said:h e-"It"timee "l
ohd prime minister in British Korean
Order of theGarter while In of- con A.
The first was Sir Robert Wal- at his
6e vays' pole, in 1726.
The doughty old statesman,
90" who was A member of Parla- .... 7
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