The Panama American

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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:
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

Subjects

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.

Record Information

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:
AA00010883:01578

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PeoIesI RIpoIMssITIVe., JOSHUA POWERS. INS. c.e n
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P* OW:IN M NTH. IN AEVAe --- 00 s By VICTOR .Hik.
p W en vTIAR. IN aDVA ISO s4 00
THIS1" YOU PRUIA- THE RIAU OWN CLUMN Paradoxically, just am th en.
THIS IS YO POUM THE IAM OW UN tion's most powerful labor
ers are ready to unleah l
rious attacks on the X pwo'
lcan Administration beisat(
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a get to the President of the .JS
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JUST WAIT PATIENTLY into the White House, they d
Sir. cover that the Republian with *
r Will it do any good to publish this letter? I am Irritated be- the most willing ear is none -
yond reason. Can't anything be done about the resttarant at the er than "Mr. republican n
Amador PX.? Those people just do not seem to comprehend that self, Senator Robert A. Taft.
one has only .i hour lunch time, not two hours, Judging by the Otherwise, except for an .a.
speed and efficiency with which one Is waited on. 01lo0al visit with Preuidet 31-,
Not only L there a lack of system. i.e. first the waitress brings senhower, even the AFg1 [ -
you the rolls, second trip the lunch, third trip the Iced tea, fourth Itself cut of from the A
trip the dessert. Pandemonium end chaos prevail unalloyed. stration. The sophistcat la-
From 100 to 120 people choose to eat there, why I don't know bor men lnclud ng the. most
they are all getting ulcers waiting for their food, eating in conservative, hardly expected to
hurried gulps when it does get there in order to get back to the find direct White House tele-
office on time. Never do you get a glass of water with your meal. phone wires open to them as
Maybe a dollar tip would help. they were with Mr.,R
The cashier seems to be using the Chinese abacus-to figure and Mr. Truman. But the
en when he makes change. Just take a $5 dollar bin to pay for expect that the new
4 fee; this is guaranteed to take at least ten mlAute. He would have a John Stee a
shouldbe on television. Sam Rosenmnod
h am for any system which improves this situation. Unfor- whom the union chief could
tunately, it is the only place for a civilian employee in Amador to phone any time of the day.-.r
Cea: whoever wants to make some money could set up a lunch night for that matter.
wagon and make a fortune; he would be patronized by everyone ll that's. gtne nw. There'
who has suffered the 1 hour torture the minutes of your Half- Just no one to Sall directly.
S hour lunch period dripping inexorably away. Wait and see if ou If the labor chiefs want to get
I let it, no good to argue, just wait patiently that's the system that to President senabewer, they
Is the current vogue at Amador Px. restaurant. must write a letter 6r
r- Too Mad to Eat to some cle4t way d o tM t
line who protects these who
READER REGISTERS DISGUST shield the President.
SSir: Furthermore, there isn -the
r: would like to know why "A Hunting We Will Go," an article deepest resentment AFtL cir-
In a recent Sunday American, was printed. How anyone would ces, which for a
write such trath iS beyond me. to' be. hoe m .-jfa o
San't Dade write humorous.or. witty article without making circle in the White mle. over
it disgusting? Perhaps if he did just that IV could turn out some the AdministrStion'p p
pretty good maternal. I. M. Critleal labor leaders are no lonIger
S suited on any appointment
"*----- any committees, any setttnc o
.1 policy affecting ou wi
Tidelands Oil Bill Foes There just Is no
"Who wl represent AtL ud
SMr. showed top h
nd Filibuster, Surrender cd h? une po*
~nd Iboard,
o -- To use BaLm Goldwyns imu or-
tal phrase-labor feels It has
AS tINTON, April 20 (UP) get through with the amend- been included out. NEW YORK. This fe
rythroated foes of the tide- ments we'll meet longer." But not by Presldedt 11e8- dd th diet bit and peel
.oil bill endd their 21-day- He said a call of the Senate's shower, say the union ehe. ho you may have r
S e to permit the controver- lands voting, Ike for "isolating" him. ~ eday eat imat
XiilWbuster yesterday and a- calendard*1nollt tio the tide-They blame the men around miraion. but I am aetlf
xt to come to a ote th As an exa they relate been
e eday. offer e r eia I gwalln statehood t the President an a cra knew one yet to
a The 'suirender" offer .c .e bill which Is expected t_ reachodl
krte SBenito Republican leadI thefloo n and which may tt1 Mtheaesett ..Durinc tiser 'wheret1 a
3 o.rt A. T a thr atened to be- provoke another prolonged d pr*saental c am p u ig n, othe l a
in round-the-clock sessions n nators who spoke against assed through tle textile off the
S effort tobreak the lon delar dsdenied they were fill preson area aroUttin LawreUc. taker
S -nd eate bustering althqi'gh Morse. who When Mr. lseUhoWr w & 1e @Irs flted
Sthe Senate quickly ratified set- i new.record with a s3-hour informed of- the troub,, 4tlnts skim milk an4
Seamenat under whic h de- 26- minute address, admitted i tht city, he aid. 'If yp,
b KA'menito undrwh t they used the "filibuster tea.t* O91 to me ,I'll are H. teIls r- Hel
effective at onoe.
th ne anusounod that es- Despite their efforts to. roN- r lJAl1 blttei
ons will be hld from noon to P c opinion agast what U ly fth me tt aft
..each- until the-"votng"" e a "giveaway" of fedal eral the nauguraito the do e ta
sa law hehowes to avoid ill willU pMs. A counter propos-
I e a h e Aldo, it & &red rinthe wrote to the
L however. ~ al V as defeated N to 3 in the Weeks passed. No reply. No This is ala truW *
11 s e erlnImprtant. event in first test Monday. acknowled ent. ialy they the wigo&, t,
t O the public has .been "'alerted to man Adams. Heo Mald that the the p1
The Kentucky j Derbl oill be the danger" of the bill and he Is Cabinet officers to see were he
run a-t-rdWat Lti willing to take this to the Seoretar of Commerce Week eof
| M announced the deba te- hey tried. l,. after ao
agrement on behalf of President Eisenhower cam- ilt- month
WayneMorseI.-Oreag101411edlast fall In favor of a Ddrkin said there wasu oilngi
as M "little band of State control b which former the Administration could do.
atlS" fightfi the tidelands PresidentoTruman twict vetoed. Lawrence would have to solve
L Alm)t0e John J e2te ,kthel m ( it own problems. '
a.) told the SenTae the bill here was e edienee that
The measure would give coast- puts the United States. in t The t re inal letter go t sryo "t
I state title to the ocean floor "contradictory position" of whe near Prlesdent me*r- tsw t
t to ftir historic seaward claiming more seaward land where near Presieth flsl t W
10%, miles for Texas tban it is willing to allow other Nor is tsis the fl et
Fld est orida and three nations to claim. tce of futile efforts te .
pes for other states. get by the buramete at r* ...'J
SSome of Cthe submerged land He said this country has pro- tals which the new staff has
contains rieoll deposits. tested Russla's'ille~alexteslon dropped around the Prl-
T debate on amendments of territorial waters to 12 miles," det I knew of one Coe-
stretch the tidelands talk- Insisting it could claim not more Wrman who actually was .
thon almost to the end of the than three. wrne of this buffer rowd
gave-week mark. The bill firt Sparkman said he was "shook- by Preoadent Eisenhower him- :
@DM to the Senate floor April 1. ed and amazed" that Congr self* lf
SIn announcing six-hour daily would try to break do wn the 4khe Representative from New
be -ions, Taft said "if we eo.n't doctrine of freedom of the sema Tork asked the president for *
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I_______ __ aldhe'd be glad to do it. tsk
SL Answer to Preous Puzzf And as the Congressman was
SIiC$ leaving, th President .said, in
____~_______ eteet "Write me a letter. If I
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Panaga Sets New Record Mrs. Thomas P. Browne Anto- '.
Se.ween Mianmi-Lima Flights nio S. Capella; Mrs.. lAnes C.
A new record for the fastest Chapman; Ruth Cherry; Mr. and '
slight between Miami and Lima, Mrs. Francis-Conover; Miss Dor-
Peru was claimed recently, by othy L. Cotton; and Mr. and
panagra's (Pan American-Grace Mrs. Thomas Cunliffe.
Airways) El Interame r i c a n o Mrs. Cherry R' deGrummond;
'liesta Lounge service. John R. deGrumihbnd; Phillip
The fast DC-6 de-luxe service, Dodd; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard W.
bolder of the Frye Trophy for Doyle; Mrs. ,Lillen M. Dumesnil; *I
1he fastest commercial light n01 Harry G'.'.PDishloW :rA. Dur- l
regular th)ed.le,-'Iew the 2600- litng, Jr.; Mr,. FredI
nUe distancele i~ahours 'and 31 Durling amnd aIUht r. and
minutes This is is one hour and. 13 Mrs. Hsrr "C .,EgQi a .2 chil- -
-ninutes faster than. th regular, ren; Mr and Mrs:.-Wlter c.
achedulee teen the tW 1 i.Fedde; Mr a, id rs .ra st C.
Tail winds and excelled. .t, liowies' and.;' ftildft.' Mrs.
weather were credited by Capt dtth M. GOerrans,- -erman
J. R. McCleskey with making onae^ 8r:,-MF, arid Mrs. Her-
the record jfllght possible, Co-pi- man Gnaegi. and, children;
rots on the flight were .K.)%efley Clara: Godby; Mr. and.Mrs. Sid-
ind W. M. Ottaway'. ney.GoidafldCtar; Oruen-
The Fieta .Louinge'left M)an L wald,
at 8 p.m. aid arrived in PanamaI
in 3 ho ,opdt 44 minutes. >Th e. Mr. andM4..: k Har-
flight btWeeArt these two points fs ;f; "018A E. Hiarrto n. M Julia
normally takes 4 hours anad:.20 _srtmari; Mr' ,axW r Robert,
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f'The se or eg,.-from Panama *~thdren; Miss 3 y cooper;
fo Lima which ttlly takes' 5i Mrs. Chalotte Htithttison; Mr.
hours and 3 tmiinues, was cover- and Mrs. 'Edward R. Japs; Mr.
ed in 4 hours and 53 minutes. and Mrs. Bernhilda F. Jenseni 1
,d in4hous--- aand 2 children; Mr. and Mrs. Al ,, .
Cristobal To Sail Katz; Martin J. Keogh; Mr. and ./
With 174 Passengers Aboard Mrs. Clarence W. Kilbey and, '
The Panama Liner Cristobal daughter; Mrs. Gloria Kehns- T n.
will sail Friday morning well teams; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter' *.,.n s-t .. _
lbaded with Panama Canal em-,R. Lindsay and daughter. I
ployes and their families. A total Miss Elizabeth Mcnerney "Before y thinkbout marrying, talk to your father-
5f 174 passengers are booked to Miss Katherine McInerney; Mrs. he can advise y, about how to-pick the rht afril"
sail for New York, among whom Blance A. Mclntire; Mr. and Mrs.
*ill be nearly 50 children of William Mallee; Mr. and Mrs. :
school age or under [ David J. Markum and 2 chil-
Among the passengers sailing dren; Mr. and Mrs. Angus Ma- and Mr. and Mrs. .Bveret O0. R. Warner; Mrs, Alice Waaman:
friday will be three well known theney and daughter; Mr. and Swinson. [rr. and Mrs. Keith 8. Wemme.
canal employes who retire at the Mrs. Moises A. Mlzrachi; Moises -I.'nd 3 children; Mrs. Clart H.
rnd of this month. They are: E. Mizrachi; Francia X. Moser;i Mr. and Mrs. N. Tager; Anita 'rimer; Mrs. Catherine F.
apt. Everett O. Swinson, assis- Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Mussel- Thompson; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wilder and son; Frank.Williamp;
atnt port captain in Balboa; Ed-' man and daughter; Mrs. Doris!W. Wallis; Miss Irene Wassk0l ictLor lI. Yglesias; and Irs.
Ward R. Japs, superintendent of Nelson; Mrs.Maxine Nicolal; and Miss Mary Wassko; 'Mrs. Fraqk A4lah Zobel.
the Storehouse Division; and Mrs. Russell Ott.
Charles E. Reilly., supervisor of' Mrs. Ruth D. Palmer and son:
business accounting in the Corn-! Mrs. Katherine Pennington and I
pissary Division. 2 children; Willard Pery; Mr." .OA
and Mrs. Oscar Peterson; Mr.
The complete advance list of and Mrs. Will R. Price and 3COMPAN
Saengers on the Cristobal fol- children; Mrs: Aqthe1 Reid; Mr.
~~~y Iand Mrs. Walter ReUt;Mr. and)
4 Mr. rad Mrs. IRaymond L. Al-(;Mris. Charles E. RellMy; Miss Ed-
tertson and two children; Dr. na L, ReiterCarl M .uof f;'.Mr. Great White Fleet
dMrs. jSaamuel D. Aycock and and Mrs. I. R. Sanders, r. and .
ater: MW,4and Mrs. Richar ., o, OGepre E. e.Y Mr.
L _nnon; Mr. and Mrs. A. I. and Mrs. Henry Slyfl Herbert Arri
auman and 2 children: ,Mrt and Spector; Miss Dorqthyr. tn- NEW ORLEANS SERVICE Orlst6b$l
Mrs. Ernest W. Bates and 2 chil-; top; Mr. and Mrs. Be Stern-
dren: Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. fels; Dr. and Mrs. Mathew W. *SS. "MAYA". May
Brayton and 2 children; Mr. and Sterling; Miss Sarah E. Aturges; i *S.S: "MAYAC ........ ............. ......... May
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UIROPE AMD wNOMT AND SOUTH PACmC CASTS
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S.S. Port gn Bessin ........... April 28th
S.S. Baye x ................. ............... May 15th


TO 'COLOM bA, CUADR. UIJ C R CHILE:
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PASSENGER SERVICE FROM CARTAGENA TO EUROPE:
S.S. Antles ........................................... May. 14
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS I RESORTS
Household Automobiles De ,. .M ~ -.I II HOU$ES ON MAC at s Clo
S------ #-^- W AM also In Cl m Car-CIO
FO- SALi -Vorious household art.- FOR SALE: 1952 4-door DeSoto l Ame. C. Mountain. Phone.SHRAP Ial
lies pr. ed easonably, linens. Firedome V.8, excellent condition. Mutin.9----- 13e.
10-IPS. COL.Ch COD.er. electric iron. 8500 miles. with extras. U.S. tax DR. WENDEHAKE Medical Clinic, 13 -
etc. No 82, Be;.'oro Porras Road paid. Coll Crastobal 3-1740 after Centrao Avenue & K Street Calner, Willoimn' Santa Clam Beau. pm
eFt-5. IE 5-- 5 p m. or all day Saturday and Telephone 2-3479, Parenm. 2 bedrmns, refri.atr Rock e
FOR SALE 2 double bedsonef w th2 r Sunday roTeUSD CAS Ibe 2-30 sece
innecrig raitress.' mahogany -.-____ ___.FOR BETTER USED CARS week-ends. T o
dinrngieom so:, Lhi O closet; bu-FOR SALE: 1952 Ford two-tone
reau, ;.odrobe. Jeronim a sedto 05- Custom. practically new, radio. ex- Sm&e Paredes Grmlich .Santa Clara -c
1s .o F. Apr .B tros. Phone Navy Atlantic 588 BUICK eE CHtVROLT moderate ratTI I anetL 6-44
FOR SALC. -9 cu. fi 25-ccle West- FOR BlTTER USED CARS Travel via "AREA." "the eut of the Gambos; 4-567, Pedro M, .
n.u rf.gor 80 00. Wd See ParedeGood Nihbor. NOI EE
trode *or 6C-cvcle. 105-A. Jodwin IN PRICES...FREENMEALSO. '- Oc-ensidecosfg ,, s
A.,. Garr.b6n Phone 6413. BUICK aid CHEVROLIT COCKTAILS! One-way t MI __, Pa m5877, BSto4, Ph
-SALE.---7 M--r--bedroom- noet$70 00... NEW YORK, $114.00.
FOR SALE. Modern bedroom set. FOR SALE: -:-- 1952 Willys station 7 GUNAYAQUIL. $ 10.00..UI- FO R "
livingrooin set "PrincessN" wagon. Can be financed. One Mn- TO, 86.00. RUAYAQU nd trip$80.00 FOR RENT.. I
(Colo,o,a, refrigerator. No 0. ut washing machine, 25 ccle MI 126.00. RaNEd trip tORK MIA-
"H" Street after 4 pm._ 622-C. Cocoli or call 2-197. $214.00. ..GUA IL $144.00 RK
FO RSALE -One metal buffet $5 FOR SALE. Lincoln, 1948, four .. -QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4- FOR RENT -Two or te-bedrg-
00. Phone Balboa 5088 doors in sery good condition. Apply engine planes. For more detail see afuished
FOR SALE -Tw- n beds. dressing ta- to Carta Veais Office. Jos6 Fco. de PANAMA DISPATCH ERVICE 36 t crnl ad alet. e illi
ble, chiffoneor. refuigerator. Ele.- la Ossa No. 30 or call Panama 2- Avenida Noclonal N(Autornoble tion,Re Rasanble rent. P If@ Air
trolux vacuum. caned ches t. 1028 for information. Row I, telephone 2-1655. port 121.
FOR RENT:HSgysl two.
Christm as tree crnoa ern t $ Hou .e LC a-EEN T :
8053-D Margarita. Phone 3-1316 FORaSALE. 1949 Cadillac-6 Fse-
Dtpa-DeTr.x Pent1 do'uyp FOR SALE chaleo. all f urnished. 4thst
FOR SALE.--Large wardrobe trunk, mechanical overhaul, new tires, Mis eell FOR RENT:-Chal-- complete fu
S12 honger. 4 drowers., good con- battery. etc. Owner driven. May be Miscelan F NT-Chol co fu
ditior S50 00 Melende: Ave. 364- seen El Ponomi Garage mornings, FOR SALE:-Sealed bids wll open ihed; 2 bedrooms end.
A, New C..stobal. evenings Call Frank Miller, Room ed April 30t O 10:00 a.m. for co Wter, mold's rooms
---1 229. El Panam: or Abattoir Naco-00 m, for n- Will rent for 2 months.-P
FOR SALE.-Drigroom set. 6 chairs 2293 E ama or Abotto-r Naco- plete set of DictaphoneEqupmt nt for 2 3
extension table. china closet ,with,.nal a-455- and accessories in worki r con -.
mirror Telephone 2-2845. 9 1o S ,FOR SALE -1941 Pontiac two-door. tlon 15 unitsl. 20 refundable FOR UM
FOR SALE.--10 cu.-fl. Norge rei- 6-cylinder; 5 good tires, new bat- deposit required with bid. TFX
ratOr. all porcelain Norge reai r-g ery, radio. Duty paid. Price 5300 IPonomAl across the street from Seet Pae.s
- nds repars. $40.l porcelain o 76r1-but 00. Can be financed. Can be ieen Coca Cola. IUICK o VI
Berneb rs0. House 761 at Sec alboa; ask for Mr. Mac FOR SALE. Beautiful blond Spinet
FOR BETTER UBD CARS piano. May be seen at R FOR RENT
Bldg., opposite Balboa Police .t-
WANTED se & PaedeL te,ao 2:30 to 6 p.m. Monday tO A ifto
BUICK ond CHEVROLET Friay. i.c. r e9tW
Mjseeaneo- FOR SE:-I Pick-up Ford 1949, FOR SALE--Hyglitc paper f. A
MFRcefPc-Fod99 paper towels, etc. Working, wilhdi od"d 10 1 1ee1
WANTED.-Retired Canal Zone cou- like new. Tel. 2-1444. good clientele, good price. St. aIumisl, 5pe p elwale
pie to act as caretakers and land FO RSALE -1951 Ford, good condi- No. 21. TeL 2-2522. Nowrly "lI, hb e!
salesman a Coronado. B h. S- tan. Must ell $1,000. C.ll 2-4479 FOR SALE: Jeep Trailer., 4 mess gsl d
ory, free house and utilities. Good after 4"00 p.m. stools, table and bench set. 2 d-
pun. For aontmnt call FOR SALE.-1952 M.G. rt Road- lusiable drafting tables, 30-inch FOR RENW:-To couple wthan chi
iBoli USED CARS _steer, perfect condition. all Amador wide bed. 2 paper cutters. 8185-B, dren, fumished aportm t: Ilvi
-- BTTR USED CARS 528 ofer trs3- Margarta room, diingrom. I bedroom, pan
try. Cub& Avenue No. 12, Apt. I
Smeet & Paredes FOR SALE'-1950 Buick Cpnvertible FOR BETTER, USID CARS (Lamelo Building).
BUICK end CHIVROLET Dynaft $,14o95.00. 7WC Bar-Smo & P FOR RENT: -- g Two-
.Sr ment in, Vista.Normomse. Pica
WANTED-Smooth tires, for recon- FOR SALE.-Plymouth 19'4. Perfect BUICK and CHEVROLET Mir6 St. Pleg ticall 2-2346 or 3-
structIon. *ICONSTRUCTORA NA- condition. Radio and new'sear cov- Bids will be received in the office of 0338.
ephon -e Avenue No. 7, Tel- rs. Prce $800.00. Phone 2-2788. the Manager. Curundu Clubhouse. un- POR RENT: -.Ve.otlep in
W-TO PLACE;- Ec Panama. x ,. h.1 May 15th, 1953, for the opera' Gotun fro .Jva ISta1 l*th
WANT TO PLACE; Excelent J- FOR SALE:-1942 Ford 4idoor se- tion of the Curundu Beauty Shop.con- Call 5-401.
maicon general maid and cook. don. Good condition 5611-C, cession in the Curundu Clubhouse. '
Wonderful with children, must live Hodges St. Dioblo, 2-188. Further Informotion may be obtained FOR RENT:-NicelJumiuss a*O.
in. Call Moble at Navy 2371 days. ALE:from the Clubhouse Manager, Cu- bedrooM apartmir r 6r tw
and 3440 nights FOR SALE: Citrpen 8-cyl. sedan. rundu.
guaranteed A-I1 cnditiort;.sacrifice .. ,
op losing time looking for those price. MOTORES NACIaNALES, FOR SAleM0 school rio u n
herd-to-get" parts for your car. S A.. Automobile Row 21. at special- prices ech. No.
We ore here to help you 238. Cenl Avenue. "[e1. 3-3021.
AUTO AC FOR BETTER USED CARS F oralE An 300 .1 MI
191 Mel,1C.nides Colon. FOR SALE.-PIANO, $100.06. Houg mso a a a
Sm~o& & Parede" 765, Apt. 20, Barneby St., Balbo&.
Telephone 2-2569, qll after 6:OQ BUICK and

FOR SALE BUICK CHEVROLIT FO RENT B
SALE FOR SALE:- Plymouth Club .coLpe FOR SALE 9 cub.c-foot. 25-cycle rlOM'N, hot "I
Rtea Estate 1949: rodio, undercoat, seat cov, Westinghouse refrigerator in per- 4trd0ons- il
__ _____ r conditioner, good tires, in feet working condition. Tel. n-5459 in. call I. hween
OR SALE --Modemchalet. two bed- excellent shape $1,095. 533-B, after 4:00 p.m. nd.4 p.f
rooms. Cantbe financed. See it and Chagres St Ancon. Tel 2-2990. FOR SALE:-2 girls' bikes ready to J RENT--. Unfur
make an offer. Tenth Sreet No. FORFSALE.Himan .950. bCall An. rue;-t mahogany coe table f
3, San Franc de I Caleta derson, 48th Street No. 3. Phone single bed complete. Call N avyt rooem, irs1
Telephone 3-5051 3-9105. 3440. evenings..tic"., t/ l 41
FOR SALE:-1950 4-door Chewolet, FOR BTlTER USED CARS
FOR[ SALEJ excellent condition, duty paid. eod-"& r
Sgeinal owner. Call Ponami 3-1586. Soeet 5' Pre
Bo s & Motors P sition Offered BUICK end CHEVROLET
SA...B-1953 8SA "St-ar Tw.n." FO R SALE. -Scottish Terrier puppy,
$150.00 down. $100.00 less than .VANTED: Salesgirl not over 35. 2. months old, AKC registered. On- H.ssl
new price. Con be seen at Stude- good appearance, must speak Span- ly one left. Nix phone 5-230.
bPhkn Agency. Ask for G. R. Lee shand Enlish. Send details, FOR SALE ---4 5 enlarger with len
Phon 2-0825. p n"- professional Model. Cuba Ave. N. FOR RE
R SALE--25-np. Johnson $275.- macn." Box 134. PanamA City 38. Apt. 6, Phone 3-4450, Pan. nicely
00; 18-ft. runabout $100.00. Call am. cool
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s to a rie Programs BUICK and CHVR L

At Club Benefit For Music Week Celebrity Concert
An oil painting by Mrs. F. R. Seven public progtains are e- TA D A wl
(PWte) Jounson, the first oor ing planned by the elenieuai, I v
po, wu'won' by Mrs. C. cnools of local raie comm-a---, T k P r e3:0t ea
to am at the Scholarship in observance of Musiq Week c ll u
t Card Party held last, from May 3 to 10. "1 '1Wi n 1lurc C
Uatur4ay by the Canal Zone "P
oe Club at the Fort Ama-i Pupils of the intermediate The following program i Street..
or Army .N Nav Club. grades of the Rainbow City been released by the Trinity
School will present "Momn's Methodist Church of Colon for B
Lucky numbers for the prizes Springtime Song Feat" at I:3o'- a "Celebrity Concert" to be pre- e
ere drawn by Mrs. John 8. clock on the afternoon Tuesday, ented tomorrow night at 7:30.
*b d IMay 5, at the Mount Hope Sta- Ellis Fawce will be chairman.
The other winners were Mrs. dium. This program ih in honor Zntroductoryremal ka and cIs-
rames Townsend whose prize of Mother's Day. On Wednesday n benediction will be led by the
WA a piece of Diana Chlarl's May 6 at 1:30 in the afternoon on minister Rev. Norman Pratt. The
,irective ptr.r m an the school grounds, the primary program Inecludes.
Carlos, Mrs. JRobert Smith rades will present songs and To
who won M' .'E&. o arbtte. Set creative rhythms with a "A Day Anthem "Gloria in Excelcis ,, el
MM-. Shaffar from A brook who In the Garden" as their theme. and "Alleluja" (Mosart) by ,th'eety 1
ceived a et of 8wedsh crys .. .. Trinity Choir. Baritone solos _lna nd
tal glasses. sad Mrs. Marguerite The mnuet and quad'ille, 1he,"O God Have Mere,," and "It Is( ves.
Sawith who won three auto- square dance and latin Amercanh Enough," Mendelssohn will
gaphed books by Sue Core. ances, with music, will be pre be rendered by Rev. Mainert P.a. eid, -
sented by pupils of the Santo terson; heard also In vocal num- At, as
S ruz sC hoel at thC gymtalum at bers will be Mrs. Olga King died m
7 o'clock Friday night. The pro- "Organ Loft" Schuman-.al. of hs 1
SEE TIE NEW gram Is entitled "Let's Dance." cott; Misses Adela Richards faith In
"Maytime Musical." with rhy- 'Caro Nome Chi II Mio Cor"- thZotagip
ELECTROLUX thm songs, folk dances and an Verd, Constancia Baell-'Select. sermon
Tll-w^ (Loperetta will be given by pupils ed,' Blanche Savage- "O Dltrine 'C7
TE CAANE3 TOUI NRVE of Cha.res School in the corn- Redemer," Gounod and
A' ,TO BP munit theater at 5 o'clock Ties- OrahvWe llBarrow (baritone) in by
Sday afternoon, May 5. 'Thou art Gene up on High' Han.- ad

for La Boca. The first, "Unader To be heard In Elocutionary
the Greenwood Tree,' an optet* items will be Ruby Fiaher and D.
Ia with some 75 performers, will Olga Thorpe. Instrumental auulu
S pretented In te hih seo er include a dl e solo y
stdy. al on Thursday. Ma YiEmmanuel Dowden; trumpet go
at 7:30 in the evening. The re- a--"Don Qijole "Lionel Boyce,

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63-year-old Negro who went to
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of money" In the truca bud-
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Willia Smith, who waS born
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But he said his wife "couldn't
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Cleveland 3 1 4
T. NEW. YORK, April 29 A full scale riot al- Chicago s 4 .
iost broke out at Busch Stadium in St. Louis last Philadelphia 7 5
itikht when the fans went wild in a tenth inning Boston 5 ae ,
brawl that delayed play 17 minutes before the Yan- Washington 3 ; 9 .9in
Detroit 2 12 .143Utou "
bees finally subdued the Browns, 7 to 6. TOA GAMS .
Umpire John Stevens suffered Kell, an ex-Tiger scored both New York at St. Louis .
%4 shoulder injury, various play- Boston runs after hitting a sin- Philadelphia at Cleveland NEW YORK Apr
-es were marked with bumps and gle and double. Boston at Detroit Marleagae manai
bruises, and the fans littered the Washington at Chicago edt Com tnr
field with bottles and other de- The White Sox cashed in on warin about gai
bris, narrowly missing players wildness by Walt Masterson toI YESTERDAY'S RESULTS h e of cc
with their heaves. The St. Louis score five runs on five hits and R n B d ath wIdl9
park is one of the last in the ma- a walk in a 5-4 win over Wash- Washington 001 000 201-4 12 3 r Wastany.
jors where drinks are dispensed ington. The Nats made 12 hits in Chicago 230 000 '00z-6- 6 2 2 s,
in bottles instead of cardboard a losing cause. Masterson (1-2); -Dixon, Con- it w .eveled
containers and the fans made the suegra and Orasso, Oldis. -re. lhd
nfost nf the empty missiles lying In the National League., the Johnson, Fornieles (1-0), Bear- .ft
around. Cards snapped the Phils' eight- den, Dorish and Lollar. b gaBA
Trouble started when Gil Me- game winning streak with a 6- f n atba a ? .aut
flougald, who had doubled in the: 5 victory although Harvey gad- Boston 000 010 100-2 6 0 manager.
Yankee 10th, daringly tried for dix, the winner, had to have Detroit 000 000 000-0 3, 2 ,He..* the
home on a force-out at second. help from four relief pitchers. McDermott (2-1) and White. hold 1 5
He ran straight up instead of! Steve Bilko paced the Cards at Hoeft (1-14, Madison Kund l for
Sldling and knocked the ball out' bat with a triple and two sin- Batts. p lr and
of- catcher Clint Courtney'si gles, driving in three runs. --- _with
scrapper, led off the Brownie The Dodgers topped the Reds, Philt Gam000 101 010-3 10 1
10th with a hit to right and slid 5 to 1, as Preacher Roe pitched Cleveland 010 000 001-2 8 2 accept no aUbla&"
-iito second with spikes up, eight-hit ball for his first 1953 Shants (2-2) and Astroth. Of the mana
knocking the ball out of Phil Riz- start, yielding a ninth inning Garcia (1-1) and Tipton. each commented
zto's hands. That started the! homer to Ted Kluszewski to lose watching out for aga
tstt-swinging as players from his shutout. Night Game. 0001buth alf te
both teams stormed the field and! New York "203 010 001-7 8 0 their lubs.t- .
delayed action for 17 minutes. Max Surkout of thb raves St. Louis '000 330 000-6 7 A typical
Only a threat of forfeit by the ,gave the Giants 11 hits but they Raschl, Scarboroug Schmit. 8L41r
umpires partially restored order were all singles and he delivered Reynolds, (3-i) nd Berra. nl61 diFrU '
as bottles came flying out of the a two run double wbile Jack Cain, White, Brecheen (0-3) caived I'c'si
stands. Dittmer and Del Crandall hit and Courtney. days- ago and poa
.homers in the 4-1 Milwaukee Vic- ---*
Allie Reynolds, who did a tory at New York. NATIONAL EAGUE
great job of clutch relief pitch- NATIONAL LAGU E I
ing in the ninth when he The Cubs topped Pittsburgh, 5 Teams W L Pct.
litruck out two Brownies with to 3 as Preston Ward hit a two- Philadelphia 9 3 ; 50b "
,he bases loaded, was the Tic- run homer and Randy Jackson Chicago 52 5i.
tor when he set them down hit a homer and a run scoring Bro yn 5 58
sfter Courtney's hit in the 10th single. St. Louee 5 4 T556
for his third win. -- Milwaukee 5 4 o
]Earlier, Mickey Mantle hit an- Yesterday's Star-AUlie Rey- New Yciorkna 5 .2 lnl Cricket Le
other tremendous homer, a 530- nolds of the Yankees, whose Pitt h 3 9 .250 coated to an
foot drive over the left field great relief pitting gave tbem tburg 9 .250
stands regarded as perhaps the a 10-inning 7-6 victory over the TDA 'S GAlMS park, We a~ Cmi
longest ever hit in St. Louis. It Browns in a big rhubarb. Miwaukee at New er celalr Cl, Wa 1M
.came with -two on base. Hank Cincinnatiukee atNew B rooklyn d te r .i
Bauer also hit a two-run Yankee i at Blir ty.a (N) -
homer. S.I t. Louis at Philadelphia (N) MIlvtr0tynf .
At Cleveland, the Athletics top- Cle irn Cantur f Chicago at Pittsburgh (N) 1329 tt fOr wilS
ped the Indians, 3 to 2, and end- v ESTERDAY'S RRSULTS ets (A. King 36, J.
Stheift five-game winning Jl I. J Y R EUS Gittent_ 21 and L..2.)
as Bobby tzpitcheds l Milwaukee 020 200 000-4 6 0 Gittoli 21 m L..
oakn;tte a obby Shanta second win IU n, New York 100000000-111 1 while the Midland
:a ctre"a! Medal In Presidenfs, | %e 100 0 00 0
eight-hiter for his second win X arkont(3-0) ont fornall
d drove in two runswith a pair C'.S.ift ..:'. r Surkont (3-0) and Crandall. sitttl Olt fot K I
angles. Bob Kennedy hit aIlp u U II I Jansen (1-2), Corwin, Wilhelmhn as ro s
S r CupQualifyi RGibba arnert
S ir for Cleveland in the .- and Yvars d 1or 7 red
SThirteen golfers ply a Night Game At
S.ftSy Mckey McDermott pitch- uau wt ndat .t N St Gnln 100 00 00-
ma, 2b 4 0 0|0 at Det it #saeorge t a Brooklyn H 100, 001 21: k l a-- e & ^ -
at Detroit p George up, runner-up andu Raffensabete (04), King, Jle
S "a*rds being offered b '- Smith and Seminick. re
tigers Get 'Mickey' P re G mr Roe (1-0) and Campanella. .4 g .
C o s a easily o walked Night Game ewf.v OIt,
BOSTON way with asedi iy mors by St. Louis 100 300 200--6 13 0 a dOw wAm.c uM4
.ab r h po a sheting a 78. Congratulations Phila. 001 000 130-5 14 2 e PA& S 0
dman, 2b 4 0 0 3 4 Cle, and l om Voyage to Mar- H addix (2-1), Yuhas, Clark eHI
all, rf 4 0 0 3 0garet Leigh who Is leaving to Brazle, Staley and Ie.
S s, If .3 0 0 1 0 try' out Stateside courses a Konstanty (1-1), R k, Peter-
airert, lb 2 0 0 12 0 couple of months. son, Miller and Lopata, Burges ho l at
S ito, r 3 0 0 2 0 The first round of matches Night Game ha $ l
Sa ltt, Cf 3 0 1 5 0 must be played by Sunday, Chicago 000 201 020--5 10 0 il
as 4 0 2 1 3 May 3. Ladles Day, as usual, Pittsburgh )00 00 012-3 5 1
Derott, p 3 0 1 0 4 WIll beSaturday, May 2 at Ru (2-1), Leon rd and Mc-

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STou really can't tell the Boston eetfm 1 a % -ea-
NE.W TYOr attl Bobby Boxers witnouL a scurte- 001 Ih- b heS
,eaguers are Wiht heard. Pids i], TM !au
2 who prete are b There are so many new names the outflU iM
aguerI, n n-Gene Stephens, Umphlett, 0ol- as nbaoy he b
Sof It.n, Rlic Ler, Consolo, Freeman Umphlt was ba
athe bigIa e Fwers, among tJem. lsll last
Sfn It's the same olk Jim Plersall, appenddctomy'
now t lMlI of 2s, b he's a new man, a month, anL
ag VC the of Like Piersall, Gernert andPle
hat, rd Wnite are sophomores. terbury lad
t"They may be the Bobby 8ox- year with
tl rof today, bht they're tne Red gets on base a t ,
'th of the future," says Lou opposite field.
Mdrean. a 0 0
in uspln "And we lave several more STEPHNI, 2,
tchid ones in the Army," cuts in inisent of Ted
bthe phe d._!Joe Cronin, "in addition to Ted the season In the
Sthe hands, Williams, who'll be back next left field post '*1.

L 'Returaing with Ted will be Like sIme of I aths
ro f bothsId toth ung Leo Patrick Klely and Soxers, SteMphens was j .
r& bothMaide to fow l Olsep..Kloly, a left-hander tully wad swining sat
...key Mantli th contr1, won seven ga wIls both feet offT the
h ',' 1901. Olsen is a right- After batting no moin
0. batter who established for Albany, N.Y., of
blAself In the outfield with Sir- 41t .252 in 60 games in
I "ham and Louiville. finished last season with
'Dick Brodowaki. and Fay parent club. Ek ,aa thO
Throneberry will reWoin us In all the hyalpml attributitU
t 19 ,i. You will recall Brodowakl, to Man ba isltw
e converted third baseman, eat man in lU p terian
04 thei U0 'd .-hitting and beating the Mm eM Ia
k 'kees at the Stadium last bole m
Me VONgeaon, when the left-hsnd hit- shoLtstop as well as
il ,eb tg Throneberry did well in the batted no more thnin. I
alal ;4M.0outfield."mes Wit" Dirminghm
nowa eight home runm. A
B DILL DICKEY SATE sammy formance il keep
White, the big catcher, will be sonlivery and retn
arOUnd for years.' Rlchter to,the minors.
dly"Agile catchers who can hit ,..
areU as scarce as Mickey Mon- BILL CON.OLO, third
d eiL," says the coaching ex-Yan- man fresh from high'aehp.
et $ rest. "Young White's a fine must be retained two omNIP
adW ever, a remarkable fielding cause of the utterly ustpl ,
It lt IIEE1q!ta.her with a good arm, and an rule,
0~00-,e ashhtoned aggressive come. ae l eea
let'. r ner..latelast -sesof
A~~~ t~. N uh Dick Gernert, a giant first i4 IUfirgf* 491M0
-o! IA( baseman, manufactured 19 home the way to win.
-a.nr in 109 mes last season, 11 Flowers a s m
from enway Park and its a from
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EhouyV.e more game La play. ndmifeed in afmourthbga d f Whre- t ,M et
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Lady Astor Says

LONDON, April 29 (UP) -
Virginia-born Lady Artor -Il
today that the trouble *M
women is that they're dumon
She told a press cofer
that women are perm
themselves to be made
lous in the press through
publicity given "these
produced movie stars."
"Never have the press
ed more pictures of more
lately dead women than Im
doing today. I mean
mass produced movie s .
The press have nAeo
women in a more rlc
way, and yet we have n iJ.
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Driv&T ?b
he city, after Over-0-
eng, the last out,
ng the river appro ,ehe
Ity.
other Red column w.a .
ing toward Paksan. In
rent hope f cutting
state in half, ; V
lers menaced th
al at Vientiane. .
nch officers, bellgev.d
nunists had halted i
their 100-mile for ',
!h across the ancient "
of a million elephantse- Wp
vait reinforcements. ..
eiy estimated the
Id be'r redy by
oh an all-out atta*
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ns were drawn lt 1 k
he air evacuation of
*rs from the threatened
me of disaster, and It Wsa
ted today that a saMW4
n image of Buddha
top priority If flight b
s necessary.
ditilon has if that Laos -i
f the statue, known as the
ang," falls into enemy
Able sources said that be-
n King 8isavang Vong had
sted the sacred Image to
dest son with orders-to pre-
It at all costs.
idreds of native volunteers
busy today digging trench-
rund the capital and at key
i within the city.
commanders of French
its that are still holding ,
against the Reds were or- WOWJ POj='.
to fight to the last man crime asW# em0
elay the concentration of at a Rime c
nunist troops outside Luang actress convince
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PARIS, April 29 (UP) Au-
thoritative sources said today
S.. that France Is seriously consi-
dering bringing before the
A telephoto) United Nations the latest Com-
munist aggression In the Indo-
Sen. Wayne chinese kingdom of Laos.
ndent, from It also was disclosed by
his watch 22 France's minister for the As-
utes after he sociated States that the mill-
r against the tary command In Indochina is
1ill. Senator to be reorganized.
is reported A decision on a possible pro-
of wordage test of the Red invasion of Laos
"I'm not In- before the United Nations may
ing records. be taken at a meeting of the
fighting this cabinet, called today to discuss
would g iv e the critical situation.
to off-shore Government sources were de-
its. scribed as concerned that the
Laos invasion will become a
first-class disaster.
Several ministers were re-
TrM ported to be for immediate
Trumam t O "internationalizing" of the
H i* Laos Invasion by an appeal to
HOWOIP the U.N.
Others were reported to be-
il 29 (UP- lieve that such a move would
Truman, tan- mean permanent loss to France
's rest in the of all of Indochina with its rich
Lied for San advantages in trade and privi-
it aboard the leges for French colonists.
d. Foreign minister Georges Bl-
dault, however, was said to feel
his vacation that "a formula" could be found
'anted." for Laos to complain legally to
the world organization through
thinking and France without the U.N. taking
own" for his the affair out of French hands.
stay on tiny The question of prqeedures
Mr. Truman was raised during last weekend's
talks between U.S. Secretary of
State John Foster Dulles and
amittal about French leaders.
cept to say he Jean Letourneau,.top French
endence, Mo., official in Indochina, today
reaffirmed the French view
that peace in Korea is Insepar-
ably linked with the Indochina
situation, where for s e ven
years France has been fight-
Ing against Communist-led
Vietminh rebels.
Letourneau, gave his views in
a speech before the American
Press Club and in newspaper in-
terviews.
Letorneau revealed that Gen.
Raoul Salan, French commander
in chief in the Far East, Is slat-
ed for early replacement.
"We are considering names a-
mong the interested government
departments," he said. "You can
expect an announcement mo-
mentarily, although the change-
over will not come until the end
of May or the beginning of
1 June."
The ostensible reason is that
Salan has completed his normal
27 months of duty in Indochina
and wants to return.
However, there has bos
criticism that Salan, millipa
successor to the dashing
brilliant late Marshal
Delattre de Tassigny, Is over-
ly cautious.
Meanwhile In Indochina a
French airlift poured men land
arms into threatened L mg
SPrabang as the Communi -
vaders of Laos pushed to
S12 miles of the capital citi-
The Reds paused outside Oh
town to regroup for a majo i -
sault expected late this we..
Informed sources said
about 16 battalions of tra'-,
perhaps as many as 9,00 9
had brn flown into the an=s
royal capital of Laos.
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Clayton were hacking their way -.
through the Costa Rican mnle
north of El Hato, Panama. With
jeep station wagon loaded Wth
equipment the two are try tO
open a new trail to the United
States.
Maj. Robert S. Gruhn, former-
ly -commanding officer of the
506th Antiaircraft Operation8s
Detachment, Fort -Clayton, and'
Capt.'David L. Dickinson, club
officer of Fort Clayton officers'
club, began the excursion March a
21.
G Oruhn received his discharge
from the Army before leaving.
Dtcklnrm Is ma ing the trip
leave time..
-,Wlth loaded jeep nd gasoline
Sly, the two set forth Into
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gs and baseball bats. The bats
W trad With the natives of the
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dollar c4 balboa at Its outland
rate.
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Small toWn and spur on the
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