The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01586
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01586
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United States .t3len n the
Canal Zone ashoula W ts the
25 per cent differeitl.fzu,
less of where the are.
for employment, tle CI une-
tions Committee was told ys -
A statement to this ffeet
was presented on behalf of fed-
eral employee on the Zone by
James A. Campbell, Iratioal
president of the Amerlan Fed
ration of Government %m-
ploye, according to word reUh-.
Ing the Isthmub today. .
The historical purpose of
establishitg and malntal
on the dne a limitatio not to
exceed 25 per cent above U. 8.
rates, has ben to attt eon-
petest workers to edter feder
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treod from tbtr hoei t e
the ilmdal. aizlenttle of-A
lcan life," Campbell ld: "
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the "differential Is essential, to
Insure the adbeqate fiaetionlta
of the Canal opeatin."
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Say Nothing,

WASHINGTON, May 7 (UP) The White iH.o
refused to say anything today about the Communist
testt Korean truce proposals as American officials be,
en 'a "careful look" at them.
Diplomatic officials were .hary of comment pn4"
In l official study of the eight-point p1i.
,, There was some disposai.t however, to hope tih
Coimnunists finally were swinging areoend t o posities
United Natins could consider. .
nI -. e press secretary watehe d 'pewer plant
Haerty was asked inspection BndadmintstratiopT
_.rtnew Communilt proposals the ~ em by emmlssio n-
&W rsafter Ben. Ralph E. Flan- posed of AtUSatis; 5po
aer .-VU., conferred with tical UnWf n of Korea under'
P!o d t Ethenhower on a Ko- Syngahan Shee: rehabilitatloM-
plain whimh Flanders of Aare.; Ad nationwide fr"
-many months ago. eleedoos,. 5.,
kders himself s a Id he 1?and said he and Duilp
th ht the latest Red propouls In the had reached i.
mI _t lead to a cease-fire. But onthle ,lagreent" aboutN
he added that a genuine arits- plAn.
Ute t the least "we can ac- he. could say a ut
S .. .. det~~' attitude toward
The White House "no com ever, wasthat"hed u-
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WW ~n" truce m and
then draft -a aphb--priS3ably
after consulting with other Al-
lied nations.
Wbilthe Reda seemed to
bhe ywqd eloer to pretls
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OpWts, it was noted tat the
new 'Communist priose uti'
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after an asqil-ee..
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POE IX No N AS. N DVANCE o ,. 00 By VICTOR : .....
bushy brows, it's because he
knows what so few others dd ......
S-that he no longer or trola
SH M A I 1 the nation's coal.
He can no longer blow the
whistle or telephone the coded
The Mail ox is an open forum for readers of The Penmem Aner- password for a strike which
ice,. Ltte.t are received gratefully and ere handled I. a wholly uani- might force the nation t b row
dentin]manner. out our major cities a".asloW
dentif m.atribute a letter don't be Impatient it deen't pper the our transcontinental trai.
most day. Letton are published in the order recolved. There Is I Lewis' LW ay i '"
PlIse try to keep the letters limited to on p-age l eth. cross the land theint o a-
Identity of letter writers Il held in srietest confidence. raged action by ths. mt dar.
This newspaper assumes no me responsibility for statement *ts as pins of labor i tiers e B
expresed In letters from reers. House. His organsing drIytve to
slash the heretofore unheard-
BELLOWING AT THE BRIDGE of digging of coal by noa,.unr.
ion miners have been stopped .
Gamboa, C. Z. told in shooting duels' between -
Sir organizers and antE-Le't* m&.
Some of his union pepl be hd
"To the rude man who hollered to me at the Gamboa Bridge actually revolted openly against
Wednesday morning, May 6. at 6:30 a.m., "Stop running the light.' him. His political power play
I did not run the light and I followed behind two private cars, inside labor have fl.il.d.
four Dredging Division trucks. and there was another lady behind So Lewis, in the pas few
me. We drove at the required 15 miles per hour. days, has lashed at President
Elsenhower. AFL president
Every morning or evening going to or from work and especial- George Meany, CIO president
ly in the morning, it has always been my policy to come off the Walter Reuther and even leher
bridge with a great, big cheery smile for my fellow man who has men. The rapier sarCMa i'
to be on the road like me. thrust with the old skill, but
like the lines of an early Ber-
But this morning instead of a cheery smile or good morning nard Shaw shocker, it. brings
the loud bellowing woke me up, and I don't like to be awakened no flush to anyone's chee k.
like that. For your Information not only do I live with the law, Somehow Lewhs, agang it
but I have to abide by it. all mortals, has ike all Ins-
mortal legends, ftfasa to re.-
Mrs. Mary C. Holmer or the Lady ognize the passage of time
with the Green Studebaker This is no longer hly eIS. ;-
But he refuses to reegalo -
Thus it was, a yea or so ag
SOBS AND SCREECHES when he realized Lat million'
of tons of non-uuioon coal wet
Cristobal, C. Z. being dug in Central PnaIsyl-
Bir. vania and Kentucky, he rued L U
In old-fashioned orp ni ing
With the aid of a good astronomer's telescope, The Observant squads. Both sides It out.
American might observe a fly on the end of his nose, but his logic In Central Pe I yvan Oft 0 Sy 808t h
doesn't offer much hope. Mind you, this buffoon would have you last February one hi spedal
visualse the shipping interests as a downtrodden,. persecuted organizers, John Lonetti, was --
minority. It's extremely fortunate for Bob Hope and Red Skel- shot in the stomach by a non- The wind from the natlonil e k blows usual ri
ton that this Observant American comedian has chosen the union coaldigger named Roger no thes ayd fro thwit ind t.WlSeMors s'
S obeurity of an anonymous position oh the Isthmus. (Could he Davia. A few days ago, Lew' thOur chnk o daybS, wit lSEim. .W ,Morse s d t
be a steamship agent, hmmmmm?) lawyers and the local Distt chunk of tnt money ed1, for
kwAttorneynagreedatoitforget thh wewa a1ema ed
The shipping companies, Buster, are victims of their own lob- bloody duel. Also, Lewist eme an a lot of gamme -athl -spna E. ela ican
buying, Whenever a whisper concerning toll raises is wafted fprth to have ended his organl'ain 'itte mr n a oe -an
upon the gentle tradewinds, you hear lung-tearing screeches im- drive there. Maybe it's cute, and OS i sny, for a Se
mediately thereafter And where do these air-splitting noisep In that area alone, the non- representat of the'peo to e 1t 6 th
originate? Right wit these slf-same strong, silent, stony-gazing unidn strip. diggers ayre oland bore the, f ants on f wt the fi- your ft Af t
shipping companies, lniorl 6,000,000 toziwof coal a year Ot buter, for' ge, ls Walw f mlAe1 ep do The arroml
me d pthe oplbn raes. That's. a. lot of archaic obstinacy wh .arI lead to anl on ay man'-
Let's see these mfeated (sobs shipplnt companies get be- of coal for ne small enter thng much but na ut lrie about w a
hind a raise in tolls, so everybody's rents will cease the upward considering thp fact that the the gent.leam a'ste, dr? ,nd pearmeI d other t, e t a.?
spiral. nation's total Iralt 9111 run necessary functions, nMiste dlng. eTeaPr_ da-
to some 470,00o,o tons thise purpoile of th a itib to = 0 i
-*- I. C. 2. year. dolsnrianA to kill n. t yal v ex th

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AMIAMI, One Way ...... $70.00 Round trip $126.00
GUAYAQUIL, One Way.. 80.00 Round trip 144.40
QUITO, One Way ....... 86.00 Round trip 154.80
Cargo rates also reduced. Consult with our office
at Perd Avenue No. 15, Telephone 3-3283 or see your
travel agent.

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and' ded t from restraining or .ZA... uA NI
coercing (non -ut) es
(of a series ot BM) by using to the fu
or threatening them with force ere to hi
or violence, barring their ina.
gress to and from work and 'hmdeknow
threatenhsg to tate pint IeaI
Lion or reprisal against themh ron Mori
or in any other manner re-
straining or coercing Ss i3aSi.3"
in their self organla i
In Kentucky a U.S. Grand ly tha&thisC cr
Jury is sifting secret testimony e n6
of scores ofwitnee In the
coal war them
N8 Lewisa h, feou hbiSMf
with Whlte ?ue

wi heut the s&ort W ur S
National Labor Sel at 00 1
Board and without inflaeee
even in the Pennsylvaala
courts after 23 years.
Within his own ranks, rebel-
lion has broken out. In In-
diana, the union' coaldiggers
are among the few in the 0-
nited Mine Workers who have
the right to vote for their own
district president and other
officials. They are among the
fortunate 33 percent of the na-
tion's 400.000 coal miners w WI
have this democratic privilege
in their union in this day and
age of abhorrence tor totalita-
So in. a recent electlop the
miners actually voted to dump
Lewis' candidate for president
of District 11 there. John I O,
man, Robert Andemon, lost to
Roscoe McKinney. Immealately
K Lewis unleashed the old T-moi-
el charge of fraud and corrup-
tion against his opponents and
discovered "violation of the
UMW constitution."
A new election was called for
April 14. I telephoned the dis-
trict offices Just before writing VwN
this piece and I found the
headquarters under strict il- -nl
lence. AndersoI told th e office
girl to tell me, "No comment."
Like in the old days, huh, John? c'ts
Miners are auhappy every G m
where. Work is soaree. Mines tion
la many areas, like the Old
Ben Coal Co. FPi No. 11 in Cft
Coell, Ill., are shutting -leL
dowa. Old ten just sighed eat ad
o f existent Meeme Itsl sm- who
ers eoulint asll Its .al-
and 4M ddigge are leokIa
for'wwk. Maybe K Inne
fall. Iayb& net. P is tlhee o
I a four months' ea sm up- N.
ply of eal eve geun.
86 Lewis has been maneuver-
in. First he itrted with the
A7L Then the CQO. Then Da S
MoDonal of CIO's 8Steel uai e
But Dave is on his owa morm ft
fr t tim and wants no twoi
:p % portner to
a ? t wa out.

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ILatin Americant Vacations Puerto ico in San Germl, i Ship's lUard
Combine Travel and Study Puerto Aicor rt .2 Bahf
SA summer of fut ,-4the n, -- -- 4Nutical mile. Chab
otwith the added advahtage. i1t |Oegal
;,eing able to acquire academic rl HII ler is a 4oti d
credits or further their careers, 'Nostril h midn
: waits United States studentn jlL.L fLbo.Id. UulI 13 nyotl
nd teachers who selectLatnohn ChrisleHeld : .14Pleasant.
1 m erica for their vacations this' g .=v=--l'.a+ter s b1 n'
Some 1 institution of higher nW W i-slide preorx) S
learning in Central and South LONDON, May 7 (UP) I-- Jo progress is year's events 27
America and the Caribbean have R. Christie, a thin, nearsi n ts log Wpe with the"28
arrangeded courses for the summer Christie, a thin, near-i inctslognWpetongue 21
.-tonths which willmake travel ed, m ldle-aged clerk was 20 Inclined from
nd study in f koreig trav d both yesterday. for trial at Old Bal the vertical, 10 Hurts a
nd stable and pleasa1tds as "the Notting Hill strangle as a mast I Marsh grass
17 AsrandodnI
They are located l 'C$ba, Cos-, ne of the most bizarre mur 21 Measures of 19 Ant
a Rica, Chile, the Dominican cts 2 Wn 23 Infective 33y
epubllc. Guatemala, Mexico, tory. 22 Wicked 2
uerto Rico and Peru none of The 55-year old bald forn 24Brewers agent 3s
hechrts.moretico an a few hours volunteer policeman will yeast 24 Grain husk 40
d tried on an indictment accuse 2 Raised .
he Pan American World'Airwaysm of one murdr platform
he Pan American World Airw slaying were mentioned in tht 27 Mimic
system. preliminary hearings whie 30 Revoke
rts. crats, ultue, t- ted yesterday with his com 3iSchool book
it urhsto o tfor trial sometime late 4. 34 Mountain
social sciences 6j ridges
e f itheany sueec t .. ro had accused Chrt 35Unlocks
rthe many subJeefh o der ho ve
undergraduates, g ate ourmurders36Correlative
e nd..rCteh hristie, 4 wh, 5of neitherr
ents and teachers working. o., d under the flo: 37 Snow runners
ard higher degrees. o -their shabby little a 39 Give fort
Length of the courses ve ndthree yo U e 40 Mounts ak i -
ome startingearly aioJuneia)Ud Pintn 40Mtd thr e y o uCnr
otherss beginning laterto ru tiD v o Rta Nelr 41nWnclik A
a l mid-Septembers. i ', n Maloney, 26, Hee' 42 Famed a
San Carlos University irh :'l ,- .t h an, m 27.- 'in Texas s .
omala City is featuring a coicurtis-Bennet 45 Instants
n the ancient Mayan civillZat lawyer headin 49 Separable -

elty faculty coraesin thanish. t
program. L f Mimt .lleeg eor whiob4d man not *e sd w
A nsummber of U. schools an d wudas hagy 5Mne.m- d at

jeachera' Mexirouehas2ar hses to A ote the hi-e w ll 5beri9
romoe su er educational nat confessitY, (Austriang four slab

e spent abroAd. one murder at a time and the III

,'s division o travel offers a Lf"o two 16d Y male skeletorl- .5 i.
deSvanforietyaoft oursia) ni Pointing out that the t otrix '

ersty faculty cooperatesn tie's victims of, a were. raped "at t NEW ORLEANS ERVICE
A number of U. schools and wasmomen t of death" and that a

r o te summerni educational were tins of hair from M .S. "MABELLA"....ur.......
exs Y ElChristie and three as. yet un *S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ..............
e t r ntifed women at a timeS.S. "MAYA".................andth

or nstanheMexican cou et ee ecimens, he said. which
ro has a "Opert Ad Bailey he cap

s," ischedu is an ouhrted su to exec EW YORK SEtVICE
ir.studyproiesfir$excotfor wY E
5aga o 4dlt tourofI '" &S. "COlAYAGTA" ..........

Natou naleofferd to vionAsoin tu- .. "Nuolls, ead V...........
detaandrteache r to include rin- t t t
e, bue s teraure, te'sctims were. raped "at t NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Aut ogypercamog, in ment of deat-tht leand thats
The an artand re ong debris found in, the. "LEON" ........ ...........
available atie
avana Business U11eT
nivertity of Havala"' Passenger Sallings to New Orlean
o the Univerden ofrletintins of hair from .S. "MAC LA."................

rsity of Costa. Riea, ose; rtls via Santa Marts, Colombia. *
the University of ChSleantia-
T; the University of Santo Do- eas. yet u *S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................

go, Ciudad Trujillo, Domini- S.S. "CHIRIQUI" .................
Republic; the National Uni-
raity of Mexico; Mexico C hair had beeityn "p
college; the International Acad- one night pkly epare n TwRelive-Pmer
of Spaqibh, falt.illo, Mex-, MolMe, La Angela. 5.. lva
; the Instltuto Technologico y
Estudios Superiores, Monte-
they, Mexio; the Institut Al-ens, he said.
nde, G0aSialuato, MexTico; the 7t* TBlT
r nter has an "Oper0 ShooI r .

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BUICK and CHEVROLET BUICK and CHeVROLIT Telephone 2-3479, Panama. muic by Casino Ace .
RSALE:- Maytog washing ma-IFO RSALE:-1949 Lncoln 4-door nER CAS Galich -Sant Clar
cin 25 and 60 cycle. Kitchen Sport Sedan, new tires, new brakes, FOR BETR UD CS t Electric
table, single bed with mattress. excellent condition throughout. Smet Psn toge Eiathl rawI. Tebae
Dinng able wt 4 or 6 chairs., $1,295.00. PhoneCoco Solo8491. G*; 4-567 P
gA tbo6BUICK aend C NK .ROLtT
buffet, couch and covers with p.l- FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super C- OSER'S CSoo One
lows and matching drapes 2 wcke dn 4-oor.ood tires and excel- A VISIT TO THE SAN BIA"s C r 0. completely hir u
S chairs. Cot, bamboo coffee toble len mechanical condition, dym- ISLANDS! May 15, 6, 17 S a .G Rfrig rlo. and Ste
with matching knick-knock Shelf. flew, seat covers $1,500.00. The trip of your life, 'and 6nty $ 50 &kg sour efrinerat Phonand
1723-1, Old Cristobol orf call 3- Sm y Huicutt S. A. Canll A Jungle Jim Jount thru the Pon- 2-0170.
2440. Ave. I 6f. St. Tel. 800' Cole. oam Canl to Colon, n Bi and
P ,to Bello! First tgar--* * a0 BTFO R WM D UND
SFOR SALE:-1941 Packard, 5-poa. Sponsored by hotel El Panama)
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Coldspot re- convertible, new top, $250.00. three day trip aboard "Pscadm Pa
frigerotor. Good mechanical condi-1 9215-A, 6th St. Margarita, phone Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. in., orr JUIK n CHIVn*
S tion. S35 GO. Coll 2-4404. 3-2189, ask for Bucky Hall. Colon 2:30 p. m.. leav 3 i e
FOR SALE:-4 coil spring singe bedsIFO RSALE:-At bargain price credit p.um. for Son Bfiinas-nd
withinnersprng mattressConbe no of $1,575.00 on brand new tuing Colon
used also as coir 2 positions. Mercury or Ford Station Wagon. through the Canal ,
usedrning as chr;air in 2 p. I h o g
Floor lamps. 3-speed record play- Ernesto Modroro. Phones home 3- by El Panamo B MeOfuring sl bft 3l6. g
Cr. Phone 2-2633 __5. 3490 office 2-2844. by El Panama. Bringg" r s4s hs.d s asst
bathing suit, Jdacketeflg on#
FOR SALE:-Mahogany diningroomn FOR SALE-Pockard '41, Transporta- spears forunderwatei r *,o a
sot. consists of arge table with'
set. consists of targe table wi tion, $100. P. 0. Box 666, Fort your camera and rolls -coak 4 *ud
inserts, Chno-closet. sideboard. Clayton. Price of Canal Tri .
and six chairs. Cost new S460.00. ,-- -- round trip from Cdn 4 i ,
Will sell for $220.00. Also one FOR SALE:-1949 Buick 4-do Sr trip from (including c FO(
large mahogany bar, two stools. den, seat coves ad white wall trip) $50. Please nmake
$90-00. House 209-A, Pedro Mi- tir* ad, fr enly, $1,1w9.00. early through your twavi M
SyupI or call 4-640. aid, POWV oad Jungle Jim at Panoma F O RENT: Beautifut funist
guel or call 464-- i ~"oJ Vnl Hunnicutt S. LA. i 1611. St. N -- T.1-. itfi
.R SALE:-4 strand Rattan, I ving-i Cetral Ave. Tel. 800 COen. Travel via "AREA/ "te.RVtoue lI nlet .er oeman,
room suite: 3.-pce sectionl, arm. Good Neighbor." NO I Iwwvln poeo,
choir and Ottoman. corner toble, FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth, grey IN PRICES!... FREE bdMEA b s bo, P di
coffee table and 3 end tables. Ex- Club Coupe, Cranbrook, good con- COCKTAILS! One-way to M inmroom, kitchen, porl id
cellet condition. $350.00. Phone' edition. Reasonable price. 501-F, $70.00...NEW YORK,' $1 room and bth, two-
4198 Ft. Kabb. Cocoli.- . GUAYAQUIL, $00.n.. bfu fuhrn I ew s
TO, $86.00 Roun trip 5 a n
FOR SALE:-One twin size bed, good FOR SALE: -. 1950.-Jegar COue M, $ on16.00.. NEt R.

183-C. Gtun. FOR SALE:-1952 Ford, fourdoor, Row), telephon.,1655. r w
FOR SALE:-Custom Built 5 pc.. 3 Fordomatic. 1951 Pontioc, Catali- SPECIAL EXCURSIONS! S & Pau-
M I, $126.00..." -11111101.11

strand Rotton livingroom set, solid no De Luxe, radio, hydromatic. FROM PANAMA TO MEIX CV0
chairs, two e sat, nd orn r SALE-1947 D. dg Revertl o ay-limit $169.00, uood one ; FRENT:/To'G.I.HHogwjn a
S table. Six months old, $30000 r eS in
Call"AO Rk 4113-PC. living room suite at Qtrs. in exoell ent s4. Fa inI 3 Lf.C

S C oll Albrook 00. Flid dive end edlie. S.et a md trip, $252.35. (90 dey-itI 4th street No. 49...
10. \-- y Humicua t S.C A. 16th. St. Ce. Pa. Aen Dispatch Servie 6 AWdeaid FOR RENT-Funished houw. Lis
SALE: Two R choirs, trel Ave. Tel. 300 Colo. Nacionl (AvuetobNil Row). Tel. lngrooIm dlMingrooi 2 room
FOtngc d P Rt SA Lanam 29- kitchen, wash tub), hot wate
ree r SALE---Custom Built 5 pc, 3 Ford nFati 9 ontia SALE 9 9 .
no De Luxe, radio, hydromotic.F-e O PANAMAMTo" 1e 'oIR-d

dRattan bE re, conisti, So. A PaoIn CHIV Miscellaneou P
ble. Six months old, $ .. SAL--197 Chevrolet cheaop-. imitFOR $19.0ETTER USED CARS
Col l brook 4113 or see at Qtrs. inxele2-3ll .490S Fr oy y, $9.1 ULef Fuish
M y Pnincut L Ao. 16tSt C2nP FOnamAUD194a StaSerkiTS 3r 6 Parea* Fog
LE:-9 ft. 25 cycle Westing- S u llgroo C tnwhitgre oom2BUICK a r bEdro
iouerefgertofor sale or trade S wall des ndilet. doorExcel kitchen wash hot wt

of 60 5cle. Barlboa 4458. t idiii eat y 5unlcat FOR SALE -MohoA chffonier,.
reel, cnsole -hn. C rl Avee. Te dresr 25 don 1949 vniydray, td able and rhdasea o. 9aE '
StSALE-Refrigerator, c ood con- 800 Coele. singlen with mmns rinnditin 29 and a t i
Mitedn. $40.00. 5447-, Diblo. mattress. Chaip. Tel. Gulick 8-
2, C i 613-C, S561 House 539-A Gelon Area,
SSALE-Diningroom set, washing L E S 0 N. S Ft. Gul ck.

ture. Phone 3-0848. Ol paor trade hinting nd wofercolor classes size 1; G. E. whin mac I rntly bl w
starting next week in Balboa.Avee. For months o'd; dIndreservattni set wtyth 4land

R SALE:-RefrigA Radio-Phonograph information call 2-17le. chair; ct of dwers; ste 'l bed f lon
itconoe. l ,e$40.00. 543-w1, Diblo.av an a r T dik 8

ooE-mpDininr boom setk 100 W washing FOR BTTER US CARS eprteFt. Guc.er n

-malchinai., cot, baby crib and fume-T _FOR SALE:- BFormasd New 15 x 8.20 0, 5on'tive
starting next week in Balboa. For block tires $8 Call Bsaltboa Pnma. Hot and

Scor s alesmn. Good opportunity. information all2- ood condition, at, present, raocig Vig Titst br. eTd 3-102f
Call Ponama 2-3330. in Juan Franca under name "Ga- FOR RENT:- *n e 0wtrs ma
FOR BETTER USED CARS WAN S pi in a on." Cheap. Tel. 2-3078. 28 to Sept. t
anam aPae 3-0526 betwn 6 and 92 cbicewit uickf g 1
B|.UICK ed CHEVROLET ,WANTED :-Ford Block for 1942 6 15-4, Fort Arnador. S;i
flo mp, cylinders. E. Wolfe Box 1644 FORBETTR USD CARS F seco
.U 2 x 2 si p t WAN2TED:- Either ready-made Man- SPitOe t c r p8rM- Wil&omsonu
SBUCKe nd CM u o someone to BUICK ean CH.VOL ET
oR SALE:--4 L Mad New 15 x 8.20 4

sitioblack tires. $0,0 Call Bal Panammake them. Call 2-231. L
cI neg iin. e good condition, rt presented r2 cg0 8 Vila tr._W3-1029

* ll Panama 2-330. in Juan FrnLE OR TRADE: "Go- FOR
WANTD: inet plae in d Ion."e year $80.00. Roal portable
SS typewriter, like new. 7 ft. plastic
Sicondition' fm bt $2 00. 1CM FOR SALE:-Philco Frgeed Great an cye, o
BUICK and CHEVROLET unit, lke new, $Z95.00. QuBaby bdtft0.0

pups AKC registered. House 553. .,,,I
WANTED:FordMay Bl (Ick for ) 942 Anon Blvd. Phone 2-3198 ..
S cylinders. E. Wolfein Box 1644, FOREAT F

l'rBalboa.jBdT U irCA e Miss Keller, 73, will make a
n po orhip of the Ardercean Mounda- II u
Stun Mntunbody, tion fr Oerseas BUICK CHEROind and wil
no fl .*ss rhe s*mat. visit Panama, B2 1.nPerti, Chile
pol pretty t le rrve Panama on Jun or CHICKEN AND RIScotsh terror
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NEW YORK, May 7 (UP) Bobo Holloman, Philadelphia 2 5 70 H ow To Pla ..
| who lived the dream ,f every rookie pitcher as he St. Lou 128 6 ,', ..o
hurled a no-hitter in his first major league start, mwlwaukee 8 6 .571
enthusiastically gave credit today to his slick field- isb 8 0 .444 Y or1ppi
ing St. Louis Browns teammates. chicinati 3 I0 .317
Holloman, a cocky right- his chance on two other occa-
hander who was pitching only sons when Manager Mary Ma- TODAY'S GAMES Sene0 a Seriesl",
because he begged for the rion had planned to use him Milwaukee at Pittsburgh By TU.Ei BORO*O .
chance, reached baseball s Hall and It appeared that the weath- St. Louis at Brooklyn U. i. Open Champfo
of Fame on his very first try er was again against him last Chicago at New York
last night when he no-hitted night. Cincinnati at Philadelphia Cotcrnin the g
the Philadelphia A's, 6 to 0. A fine drizzle was falling be- miht rfer to means a
S No other rookde in modern fore the game and during most YESTERDAY'S RESULTS goierl That's because
baseball history ever did it the of the early Innings, but Hollo- Chicago 030 100 100-5 8 0 one grip and i u o
first time out. Back in 1892. man, who once quit a minor New York 010 060 10x-8 15 0 Most oLmy i
Charles L. iBumpuso Jones of league club rather than pitch in Minner, Kelly (0-1), Baczews- been spent
9 the Cincinnati Reds no-hitted wet weather, didn't let it both- ki, Simpson, Schultz, Willis and overlapping l2.
Pittsburgh but he gave up a run er him. Sawataki. about o w t before
i n winning. 7-1. A meager crowd of 2,473 fans Magile, Corwin (1-2), Wilhelm tional.Open in Dallas in
Holloman, a 21-year-old saw baseball history made free and Yvars, Westrum. got experimenting wit '
sinker-ball expert, Jublilantly of charge as Veeck announced nte g grip. It ht aI
passed on the dressing room in the middle of the game that Milwaukee shots I a practice round.
praise to his teammate the faithful few in attendance at Postponed (Rain) they-worked out beau
particularly left fielder Jim could use their rain checks for Pittsburgh I finished the round
byck and shortstop Billy any other Brownie home game. locking and wound up t a
Hunter. There was excitement else- Night Game surprisingly good ere.
Rain had denied Holloman where besides in St. Louis, St. Louis 000 01Q 101-3 5 0 I kept right on uking It "hInt
mainly in Brooklyn where the Brooklyn 000 104 02x-7 11 0 the Open, and I honestly bel 5ft
U Dodgers won a protested 7 to 3 Presko (1-1), Clarke, Collum, that was one of the key
[': lUnder Protest Idecision from the .Cardinals on Miller and Rice, Fuselmann, for my winning the chaIn '
five-hit pitching by Carl Er- Andersen. ship. *
CARDINALS skine. Oil Hodges muscled his Ersklne (3-0) and Campanella. Actually I do not advise
SCARDINALS way out of his most prolonged N the interlocking grt for a
ab rh o a slump by hitting a two-run Night Game golfers, There must wal 1
eus, s 2 0 0 0 3 homer and a single. The homer Cincinnati specific reason for using t
Schoendienst, 2b 4 1 1 3 3 was historic, for it was his at Postponed (Rain) of these and the one IWMh
Musial, It & ct 2 0 0 4 0 140th. the all-time high for a Philadelphia led me into it conctrns a
Slaughter, rf 4 0 0 2 0 Brooklyn player, topping the weak left hand. <'
Jablonski, 3b 3 2 2 0 0 previous peak of 139 by Doll Most golfers who ha&q I
Billko, lb 4 0 0 '7 0 Camiill. AMERICAN LEAGUE weak left hand have a
t2ulaski, cf 2 0 0 4 0' The Giants topped the Cubs Teams W L oeL to- let loose at the top o i$*1
a-Lowrey, If 1 0 0 0 0 with a 15-bit attack that in- New York 13 6 .6M backswing. That's where t o
D. Rice, c 2 9 0 22 c2 eluded a homer and double by Cleveland 10 6 tidocking grip can help. 1 d
Fusselman, c 0 0 0 1 0' rookie Daryl Spencer. Paul Boston 10 8 .55 I i left hand players to'
b-Ssler 1 0 1 0 0 Minner hit a two-rua Chicago Chicago 11 9 .560 on to the club better at thtq
Aiderson, c 0 0 0 1 0 homer. Philadelphia 10 9 .528 bIause it gives a firme't k
Piesko, p 2 0 0 0 1 The Tigers topped the Sena- St. Louis 10 9 .526 hand.
Clark. 0 0 0 0 0 tors, 8 to 4, as Ned Garver aid- Washington 7 13 .350 Much of. this loosened, with
e- Rice 1 0 1 0 0 ed his cause as a pitcher with Detroit 5 16 .2 m, cn be trce o
Colum, 0 0 0 0 0 a two-run homer and the White --- Small hnds, or to be more -
Miller, p 0 0 0 0 0 Sox defeated the Red Box, 6 to -- ci, short fingers. In m n
S .l.... S-o 3 5-,4 i2, on six hit pitching by Billy TODAY'S rAMIS case, I have fairly large A s
metals D 0 3 5 I24 Pierce. No games scheduled. but my fingers are short.
DODGERS The Milwaukee at Pittsburgh -
.ab r.h o a and Cincinnati at Philadelphia
S illiam, 2b 5 0 1 2 games in the National were YESTERDAY'S RBSULT *
Reese, s 3 0 1 3 3 rained out after three innings Boston 000 000 200-2 6 2 1U UU Ii k
I _l % en. 3 43 2 0 1 and Pittsburgh were tied at 1-L. Grsom (1-2). Werle, Flowers, A
e0 C 3 2 1 10 2 while the Phils had a 2-0 lead Kennedy and White. AU 1 I
i i 3 0 1 0 0 over the Reds with Ace Robin Pierce (4-1) and Lollar.
0lo, If1 1 10 0o Roberts futilely seeking his In preparation for the Cana
l- 2 0 fifth win. Washlntgon 000 040 000-4 10 1 Zone Tradk and Field Chain- A
no, r 4' 0 1 2 The Yankees and Indians had Detroit 300 020 12x,-8 13 0 plonshps which will be held at
3 o an open date in the American. Stobbs (1-3), Dixon and Ped- Mount Hopq do Memorial Day,
T -- ."Z Yesterday's star Rookie en. age in Ia tune-up meet at the
s., _%.2 11 27 8 Holloman of the Browns, who Garver 2-3) and Batts. La Bo Bal Park,, at
for Repulsid in 8th became the only hurler b 4:45 p.m.
for Fusselman n th. modern history to pitch a no- Night Game Athletes deiro of
c= for oClark in 8. hit, no-run game i his first Phila. 000 000 000-0 0 1 takl par t. .
ld for Shuba in 8th. maJor league starting assign- St. Louis 011 011 20x-6 13 1 h3id
RBI-Jablonski 2, Campanella meant, double blanking the Martin (1-1), .8chelb nd As- Aili lt attL
*lWdes 3, Slaughter, Erskine. Athletics, 6 to 0. troth. ca Park..tel. -1 4. .
D--cbhoendienst. HR--Snider, ___o__n 11_-1 and_ .
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speet, is Je6t lik eimxtutawnY. rx-to. t aT.
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Ill.; or Wall Walla Wash, on- throw the balll" hnre- 6
ly more so. a The bay eld' 010 MAN"
That In. everybody. In ttesb. COIcy.
urban NHew Yrk community Is .$5-;
talking about- -LA" Le.- -. L.'ee-rltpeu be ewemd, "jo
Baseball, tod, but Ulore loudly. It 4 i.. told tob hold the IMa
I only onw noll.-w Little dinoha?"
League prqgrqma mushrooming.. -o, .- .
around Ortter New York, last ; Another tmne. the B-u.
outpost in. thib a-atishlfig -tpilot was jotting down 'l, ,
movement that ha spor than I g lineup. One.. 'I
250,000 small )o $Q a play- ap otted nam i e Ai*
Ing on dwarft maiornds a- tstands to infoi;, his
round the world:. "Mo I'm, nu .
There's a eurtain anall-boy shouted, ',leftuUlli,.
awkwar t.e s. of thee play.
baby-fceo ere a eu "Come bak here," t
wild swings, drdws- and salr yelled. "Justbm .
muffed groui .But they .,name's on paper dod n't.
generally know t.. the game I-.' be erased. Tat'-
s aillabout. T i keystone terara are on pencil for."
combinations ttu eanmlate .h." chor tled th .
Phil Riuto s 'I? Martin Af,, happily, "but'?
of the YankM 6t..ero who no eraser on your pel. :
break off shape, .ite_, out- Th e br started the saw U. ,
fielders who ina hoestrin
catches and toss Vl o nEr aou
at the plate, batlti who hit be- | ..
hind the runner.'
"B league. ave a terrific
influence on the kids," dbeerves
Ji Oray, former proe onfal W 'tt
inow managing the Pa11de/'i S j gP.+. H i ,-l.+ w" ,-+,t-wf wvrw
Little League. "We had perhaps VE]." g d..A t..:---w e ,
500 boys ou$ for trial s : -S ;-
pring, only two catahars among .' M d
tem. Nobody wants to work [WILIN WORKER--- l i
behind the plate." li".-nt d.ll *uA' .&is thl.'o s ;n
'.Why not?" a brash vtor Leager, f a want to
wa d to kn9w. J all wart to-be Miskeo
-mey all want to be Mantles Km M1A' -
ry P. Guggenhelam's leggy brown OW Rizzuto or, Shantaes now," Lm e7 i B
son of Boyal Gem iI-Isolde, by Qr &11 ad. "A few years ago It --it.
Bull Do$, rated comalda wS., Joe DIMagglo or Tedas l- WII- d. es
more attention than that ff hu a. Today a kid sees Mantle m-o"" ek-
Derby Trial, when he iet .1he flesh or on .television or me
Mone Broker by four lengths In red how he hit II homers both awo mm.so w
a sizali 1.386. What fooled t em right and left-handed last sea- =5= ARLOW MSI
was the fact that )4e was done *ol and wants to. become a madt mte
early in the Florld~lDerby. switch-hitter." Ii's Igsumncma i ake n i
Dark Star. tIMr in the Bel- It a da up to quite a produe- im. r hric wles 11W
month FuturiLy last fall. was rac- tion. The tykes are the thing, wOel swtad W sA h Oc S
ed sparigly up to the Derby. the .game Is secondary. My. Geot am Je b d's idk
Dddle .a tard turned in a Ben -oOo-. -commncal, because hit's ishly
Jones job on hint, and Henry c.ntt ..eadL ,- 'Ee
Moreno was magnificent In 'Manager Gray took his Dplay-
gauging his speed; as a front- 0ajrde for a skull aegaln. ThM
runner all the way along the jpvenl wizards listened atten- "M NCIlTRAT
route. tively as Jim instructed them
They said Dark Star had lit- always to hold the ball when a
te left at the end of the Derby ball is bobbled.
Trtal, but be picked up 126 "Hang on to 4t." he said.
pounds and got there the same "Don't take a chance ol throw
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HN "Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lu coln.
WASHINGTON. May 7 (lUP.- .
President. E^isen^owetrwi,11t,,o I TWENTY-EIGH111 YFIR. PANAMA. R. P. TIBUDAY. MAY 7.1953

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s.o re f .TIn, iis,

franklv political speeches. He or ns t e rulad nu. "
will leave tne capital alpin this trq t to A

will travelMau Maus In Army Urors
College of which his brother. Dr. But A"
Milton S. Eisenhower, is presi-
dent. disus.
This visit ill gve the reAmbush Patrol Take om n
dent a chance to go over plansaA m
for his brother's forthcoming -tf
oodwill mission to South Amer- .,ar, Al
faod NAIROBI, May 7 (UP)-Mau village of Ihurtrlo heard the nearby Othayo district head-
Mas terrorists wearing Army firing and rushed to the rescue. quarters also .uamclx to the spot_-"
Dr. Elsenhower will '-ave a- uniforms and armed with mo- The relief party a corporal and shot another terrorist- dead HI V
bout June 20 to explore the poll- dern weapons were sought to- and eight men .met women as the gang attempted to as- a
ticil, economic and other prob- day after they ambushed a pa- fleeing from the gang and then cape Into the forest. .. W, : I
lems of the southern neighbor trol of the 6th King's African encountered the terrorists and I MIUte
countries in which the United Rifles killing the African lance opened fire on them dispersing The terrorists were believed to lrk 'idi Dnpstg iIat
States might be of assistance. corporal and capturing an Afri- them but without, Inflicting have captured a number of `10- .:,1i1u refilled tb1.IS 2IE o
Mr. Eisenhower. wlen he en- can private at Ihurlrlo in the casualties. men laborers and taken them 4 t
tered the White House, was be- South Nyerl reserve. *A police striking force in the Into the forest. 0. fI,. l
sieged with invitations to visit Two terrorists were killed in a ,. .slll
Latn America himself, but in the clash. AS f pB lately 6.6 N chauf- lu n "s
the formative period of a new The ambush took place when rL 4 A t personal driver e SS to me th
administration and a time of an African sergeant and ten Lb Ib Su ports I rcans" been renewed In the awilat iv smaal, .
general world tension, Ie- did soldiers went into the forest e since March When' ia
not feel he should leave Wash- near the Zuti River to guard I of the thrpe-y~ raid *
i Opposition To Federation offe.,n,- -
a frequent consultant on gov- The troops were ambushed by o ., i n l r-
ernmental matters, to reprer.?nt terrorists who appeared from -o present licangh' D S4 t our
him in a South American tour. the forest wearing uniforms LONDON, May 7 (UP) The The Labor Party, although for three s h
similar to the King's African House of Commons gave pre- favoring the federation, opposes s' Uce r
Man- a ar0 Rif les. liminary approval last night to it being pushed through over .950 att. l the XSn % eand ed.
Broadway roU ew The leader of the gang wavil a controversial bill paving the African objection and favor de- nses wAf r lBt
to the sergeant in charge of way for the combination of lay. may 1 or's new
AAViIumn the patrtl and then without three British territories in to a ce of the
A roves A oUlBIIng warning opened fire. Central African Federation. iI eho
The troops fought back, kill- Over stiff Labor opposition, lorng
i ng one terrorist, and were fin- the bill was passed on second Lrc -
V t Po i go Him ally able to withdraw under reading by a vote of 247 to 221. T Ill-ldthe
terrorist fire. Meanwhile the But it still must go through the nltU 10 if I li W y.
'NEW YORK, Mav 7 iUP)-Lee remainder of the platoon in the remaining stages of passage in In the ule b
8. Sabinson. producer of "Fin- --committee and third reading. eat o
plan's Rainbow" and many other It would pave the way for the his empM ao.r-
Broadway hits. admitted today 7 PMama ier federation of Nyasaland, South- lvet-1--
that he had been a member of I 1i l ern Rhodesia and Northern INDEPENDENCE, Mo., May 7 epiraon M M 4 W
many organiL-tions listed as Rhodesia probably early next (UP) Former President Har- Itees. ay be ren i
subversive, but refused to tes- A ear. ry S. Truman was ready today before hee the Ith
tity whether he was a Commu- w A u to' "go to work on my memol,"10; 8 mu -. '* .. -4
nlat prior to 1952. The federation scheme Is op- after completing o Hawam an Renewala mn be obtl
":ore than 50 persons, repre- posed by most African leaders vacation Ws frat a a n or-
'astifying before the House senting every phase of aviation in the territories, fearing that vacation, his f t yea a as aL 01-
Un-American Activities Commit- on the Isthmus, from junior African rights will not be safe- Hdiry cl hoedn I eight to
tee, the tubby, bespectacled mechanics to senior airline pi- guarded. He said he hoped to toget t Ioo
ro way personality calmly lots, met at the Marcos Gela- downtowndy Kate s City ofna e e 21 a
told how he lent his name to bert airport, Paitilla, last night cases and packages" he brought ; A
amy cause on the side of "de- to form the Marcos Gelabert fI Frn Al back from Hawaii, two Jh
e Y and "peace" throughout aero club. I r U e tned hipper former
"94's. Canal Zone fliers were well resdent return ned, cpper former one ta
As id by committee counsel The meeting unanimously e- ( ed For Rescuing rn n t o
G. -.,o Sir l Who Jumped ,t y emaW
c4 of Arts and Sciences calling president of the new club and W assigned to guard. tho Truan
for the abolition of the Un- appointed a full set of club of- asiturthT.
American Activities Committee. ficials, including several Amer- Jerome Howard. quartermaster home. ad
Babinson answered: "I have no lcar,. on the ferryboat "Presidente The former Praeldent lid
recoection of this document, Chief purpose of the club, as Amador" has been commended work on the Tuman Mmoral
but If it was given to me today Met out y Mas, is to build up by Gov. Seybold for his prompt Lib4axry was kih oan his per.
I would sign it." interest and enthusiasm in civil action in rescuing an intoxicated sonal agenda. He plans to write e
flying of all kinds, pleasure and Panamanian girl who jumped memoirs on his,tepure Anthe hreeyea I
1 "i Vi'".,4 commercial, throughout the re- from the ferryboat "President hits Hous&. nlly tolM
public, and at the same time to Roosevelt" early last Saturday a. f l
Friday, May bring closer together socially a- morning. M.4 ,"od 93, "
J11 h low vlation enthusiasts from both- -ffalm
1107 a.m. ........... 4:55 a.m. sides of the Canal Zone bound- In a letter to Howard, Govern- a ie P aGMnn a All
11:42 p.m........... 5:38 p.m. ary. or Seybold wrote: ; n ,
_,____________________________ "Your quick thinking and Funerol or*w ll euI_ _? hJfl
prompt actioinin the face of unerl norro the
danger to yourself undoubtedly et : -' '
saved Miss Angula from death by Mrs. Geor l.Ia "nk, the -. Iisea e N
B y/ drowning. I take great pleasure mother of MrAitle de Linares, er ad
in commending you for your died yesterdg at the Panama Pa
courageous deed which reflects Hospital. ce to tlfi
Seat credit upon you and upon Mrs. Brink, who had been re. :.-d.m the
the Canal organization." siding with hei daughter in Pan- "Today, itilew .J
The ferryboat quartermaster ama for the aptt' years, was than ever. fr w 2) The Sa4te
saw the girl when she jumped 93 years old., better an d api oanced that
from the President Roosevelt as B In Mrs. proachin Thtland its requ
-- the two ferries were passing in Brin made f or many pies north ed m aid w ll
S* midstream. He dived into the years h Masachu- Grande,. n."
I water, swam about 75 feet to the setts. an Wie of be
* \spot where the girl was goingRl Mem *Ai will b held physical t
down for the third time man- Friday st I'4 atthe Lu- recently. .. -.. i' t
aged to take hold of her and thera4 In Bal- The ex-Pr l of #J Mutua
swam with her back to the Preal- boa.a be United Was1 w
dente Amador. States. behalfl.
In the meantime other mem- rbyherlcan
bers of the Amador's crew had dau and by a meeting
thrown a life ring overboard,- 1son, Vr 0. .Boston,l.a o IF
which Howard was able to grasp. Mass.' "the dirU
After they were taken aboard the Ial
ferry a doctor from the staff of A ,Dr.
.. the Nicolas Solano Hospital in aCCg t ii Ing.
-. Chorrera gave the girl first aid
treatment until the ferry reach- B"0oth I- g "we arel wta
ed shore, world with
Commus pA HumanitV
Commmlsl Party a, si Owi,.
Charter Member
Arrested In NY the
Israel Daikenstelin, a charter Albet
member of the Comm naIst feet
NParty, w_ arntepar today in L

the maldkin o Campbell Veletable Soup 'oes ad .

Sv-aety of temIptig, aden-fresh vegetables and jus feli.
rigt rment f e*. RCedlripc tomatoes, sweet goklda e.Mm'
teudr peas w.hit mad sweet potatoes, and many
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Ia Its own d*iote Svor. All are mingled in rich'
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