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:
AA00010883:01587

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Related Items:
Panama America

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O. La aUncle coul r d then put ha school in Margarita w here
tdenkew mter. y .
If ye. sea.AI" a letter demt be t ifi d ot *sn* 'appear
PIe o triy hea e l nt exlusively inone, I aboh.
Idemy of tr wrr i. sbeIM i teCorduty C urolm.
Ths newspaper sesones me responsibility r afotatements s opi ep
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Pleae allow me to make the foow in y bold uggestr ion.
Ast snow primarily a question of building that s causingew m
the Department of Education in Colon to defer eome children o
school age. amt ,m the powers that ben t my dream of get.
ting the Crtobalnh School Buw adding fohae neer the City of ard such ao
through the Polnt-4Program wouldn't In a good measure solvi
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I think It rightfully belongs. ie wam, o e an an
The opinions expressed being exclusively mine, I am .
Cordially yours.
__dbGeerghe A. West
ENOUGH IS ENOV011
Ftn layton, C. Z.

t j-t t=ink you will print this letter in your Mail .Box but
t the satisfaction of knowing that I blew m
toplBSollameaat least. My gripe Is AFRS, the Armed Forces
Radio IItaM at (t Clayton. I ha-been here on the Isthmus
S T odd yea now a d I haylore never heard such a
KAI'ed Mesm as that station is right now. I
f Mexibaco gamev I keued university 44 hel because tha

I,7 Dinyoutfit A other e mu beclose on to 0 hiliban but
wt th0reminseevearh ever heard of a hillbilly with a wnglih
atbeS i terrible. ved from princess 48 Rakati you sick every
t Meare of work (. .Another .) ng, everytls 4e yRow gof seats
to certain sho at certain time... wham, they change It and
k 4ou Goddeessinss
Then there's the announcements about Armed Forces Day
y are they cramming that down our poor little throat. Thl
kquckle head that thought up that idea should be boiled in
chicken and rice.
By now I should be finished, but I'm not. Last night while
Istesiing to one of our favorite programs, local news and sports
What do we hear but another talk about Armed Forces Day May
1th. Man, how fouled up can you get? By the way. while on the
aubeaet of sports. that drip with the accent knows about as much
about sports as our KP's here at the company, he sounds like H..
Row about a break, put that WAC of doctor's orders on sports
mad give us a change. She couldn't do any wotse.
Your's for better radio.
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estate man
Mence it is und
that the issue 1a eteo a Io
Broiled in controveryWl. .
Sver it hits CoeMess.
Private businesmen om
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the nation's houSli ne a -
left free of government
petition, i. e., public hotilM .
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War 11 ended, leadinS o e g la-l a
tors were looking to3*& ,As. ..'
housing probmler T df 4 *d
try had a big backlog of an-
satisfied housing# de4.ad a#
virtuallU all inose le r '. %
senator Taft. tbmma. the W .'

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It called for many typeM. -of -
activtiy, including a red.
p ublic hou sing r
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Taft not only
bill, but lent his n ea it and
became an active Irof 3er of .
its passage.
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Nor Houss. FnaU b. id,
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and admi idration, it
law-still bearing _f.S.
Now the senator can hamrly -
be described as an enemy of .
private enterprise. He'lm real-
staunchest defenders.
t l dea because he beleyel eas
other housing solution cotdIM be '
Devised for low income gBouB .
who apparently could nt u t
ford the cheapest private ho N. W YORK.-We were ilkig sbow business, petit$an frotl televisal.Ion .r .
The 1340 law authorized" com- tdelevimon guy and thiu movie mogul. To put, and movie aud nwa apl _
sLructot of 10,000 publd hou- It frankly, they were talking and I was Ds~ni writtOneten or. -Of fwOt
Ing' its ver. asityearspae, ote armin the0 6revsrof qoto I "
or slhearvyea r. GAo Thea ws utraI5e d wI as5Ve &t rg e
,In practice, however, the pro- ve, abot movie vrsa s leguatate fromrnp.s
the ran afoul of the Korean It w ited out e tmovi es n.yer *tS1
war with Its heavy demand aon thilivethster. It was poited. out thatr re utGO A
materials. never killed the movies. It washrewAthat
ThCer actual housing starts hPs not, ahyetfkillon lmtmovieelradiong Oz
have been limited to fewer thaidp 5op'aig stage. B ack, Asems has" "
50o00 o year by' annualM on-o some. uckW prf t =top and ha -op"o
gressiotial action. Ingodespite aiad aptet" 9
President lsenhomwo this YoU are, it the a& 0d10 git us "Sot
year sought approprieUotion for to h fes imis the medfia Of
25Mr new r reust i neA:&. chaheal enad
eno ersal a re nwcc n o
wAth rthis vaoJ potter. B stuff woil bue ar atertel tme ,ad

new w U en Taht. e e Thmovies are the
Certaloly It in the function of fil e that lve b'ah g to bad d
House aend oseate aph~isar poturesd. e yU ,o
tions committees to exercte due 5O1M TV.I fiei
restraLit on lawmakas who over the IS;dta lormm
sorts of. programs without re-
gamd to cost. But abolition Isfrpo &seiam a m ,ii
more than merereatraint. te attrasic.e thal rbedt e
Abolition, in this Instae. Radio wilyD 5Yla gig is Ub O ..
amounts to full reversl OS !ltu tJPifl M& .bI 4.l.. "
standing on thesaltute boos. thea
Appropriations committees areoed wod-becse
not empowered t holegislate-.- others before tbe reteM
ter of laws. The factth athe toeId We t re S.
House has endorsed thisJT Oua-ot
tion of power by one of its 0o11- IC 5M'.'; I.
mIftees does not legalize the II um e

came trough thwa e mtl orl for Whi- an pte utlit .
y U It was supposed to. -_-o. *,- t. .. .1.m
If tn u larnsr eff ioart. aiU mubshuace Aio I D 1tl 1veU.
should be repeated in the ame busln ss a
The proper tommlttees should
vote to wlithdaw authorition
of the plan, and this vote Should :. T e, F"

of both houses. '


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rtaled late Monday AtUSO
lag two abor-
plmpt by the Capt. Gaorge C. Wusow of
I" mide up Fort Kobbe w* e1ve showing
and other en- of colored slides it t Balboa
USO-JWB Ani.u Y ren Cen-
the govern- ter, Monday al ip.p
Ct business
Complicated Wussow, a d.atlit nd pho-
Shave been tography enthi nvou, conducted
awl facilities a beginners' afWUe *I colored
Ied. The photogrkphv atttlZMlo Cam-
nfl3g itso era Club. He waii: member of
Nf l I spe- the "Angel olf j roup, led
a ldlne, In- by Dr. Lota PIoftPanama.
A ido1 dollar who toured the .Interior towns
3. almaca of the Republic of flnam.A, min-
.beautiful istering to the, medical and
t 20 dental. needs of the, pares.
The slices wil ete I pic-
er- tures taken on many oftht trips
nm- he made to out of the Wi places I
na- in the Republic of PMnia. and*
ver- other scenes of the. country.
h most at- This is the first of a colored
M 'W ng to slide series which wv be shown
4I.. tnk. monthly at the UUO-4WB Club.


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PAA Lea4s All Artii (eltr~npitos m .
As Interpattonal Cafrier a ..SupllA c
Pan W toWori Airwaysa Ad (he bv t atIO
in 1952 taih-led all bther air'and the rottli 6 li
carriers 4n" the, internationalrfonme," it pointed a 3
transporitn ofl passengers, ".ermay,
cargo and mail, Juan T. Trippe. uttinued % o. l
PAA president, told stockholder llfmvee acrf t0e1.t!-
In the 25th annual report teen Berln O ta-
Clippers carry 28 per ceut Of iy. furnilaheiwi leli
all travel to and from the con- for'the occt ai the
tinentair united States, whether citizens of West ." ..
moving by sea of .ir, Trippe In 1952 and".e4a .U aWrdN
pointedouit. wereo made bv te,. grrati0nta
"The company, ha.e completed of rance, Westa t ,l ,te
40,000 Atlantic craings, 24.000 Dom canr Rep.. "a fit-
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round-the-worl0 i e1-6 re,- lew, contributioal-6 the ecov--
ord of expqr ence unmatched in om recovery and security of the
the inity." he s 4~ free world, the report -st ,W .
"Revenue passenger m i F s ____
reached a new high of 1;807.000.-
000. a 15'pet cenl-4Icrease foer ipi ,rIilAm illi|
1951. Passengers .carried in 1952 Vnlr-UlVIHn
totaled 1,426,O60, against 1.287,- '.
000 the previous year. an 11 per Ensfein Twfls
cent gain." fH II I
Average trip per passenger n as
1.267 mil2s.
Pan American also maintainedSenae Probers
its leading position in cargo. 1 YORK. May 8 (UP--Dr.
Ing a total of 51,617,000 cargo NEW YORK. May 8 9UP)-Dr
ton-miles in 1952. Albert Einstein accepted an a-
Three units of an improved ward for non-conformist think-
type of jet transport, designated inj yesterday and twitted Senate'
as the Comet IIT. were purchas- n'estiltors for discouragingin-.
ed from the de Havilland Corn- tellectual adventure
anY of England for delivery The noted mathematician was
ate in 1956--to date the only jet one of five recipients of $1.000 a-.
transport order by an American wards from Lord and Taylor. a
flag airline. women's specialty shop, for.
During the year, final pay- "creative and non-orthodox ap-
ments were made on 18 new proach to their fields."
Douglas Super-6s as well as ini- Einstein was not present at the
tial payments on 27 Super-6s and awards ceremony but sent a tape
three Douglas cargo Clippers to recorded acceptance mes s a g e
be delivered in 1953 and 1954 Iwhich said in part:
Popular tourist class services "It gives me great pleasure., in-
were extended to Europe in May deed. to see the stubbdfnness of
of 1952, to Hawaii in Decemberian theorrigible non-conformist
and to the Middle East in April. wa:rall, acclaimed.
1953. Subject to approval of gov- 'Tie* sure, we are concerned
segments concerned, the compa- ere l With non-conformism in a
Will operate tourist services to remote field of endeavor, and no
India this October, and imext year senatorial comnttee has as yet
around the world. Trippe sald. Felt Imipelled t p..tkle the Im-'
The report also reviewed the portant task, the task, namely. of
company's activity for hemi. combatting, also In this field, the
sphere defense. dangers which threaten the in-
"Pan American Clippers oper- ner smurity of the uncritical or
eating under contract with the else 14timidated citizens."
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "4l" Street Pil I
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


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iFOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
SHou.soehold Automobyoiles -r wk end at CaosIo s ant
.._ ttl Clam, cabins $4.00 a couple. Donce
'dL ______ __eAmusic by rino Acues
F --- rand Rattan. g- POR SALE:-1950 Buick Super Se- aies A-m. music b Caino Ac;-"_
E 4,l.o ttan. living ---- A-r g
r.n ... .te.D s ectional, arm- denWENDEHAKE. M4adicld Clinoi. 'sbee knt
r.po*n." ane Ott,.man corner table, lent mechanicil condition, dyn- DR. WENDEHAKE. Medic Clini.a se a
ee e a end tables. s 00.00. Centr Avenue, K Street corn
telet lorndteon. $35b0.00. Phone Smex y Hunnicutt S. A. Central Telephone 2-3479. Panama. M P
c9 t Lco d.Kon.350 Ave. 16th. St. Tel. 800 Colem. Today's best S Clar e -
--,419..3 FtK.l6-Ui-E A Good Usd BUI K Gramlich -- Sanso Clarm beach-o-
Today's t buy FOR SALE:-1949 Buick 4-d tges. electric ice- iet
e d AT be UI CI doe, seat covers. and white wall lOOU P O1I tmodgr t, rac. Tcl ,Cbo a Sl
A Gd Ud BUI S tire, radio, for only $1,199.00. BUICK- CHIVIOI moderate rate. Telephone 44
UICK O CH iVROLEE Duty paid, very good condition. A VISIT TO THE -C-SAN Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro MigulM
_- Smeot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. ISLANDS! May 15. 17 POTER'S Cottcna. One mile bei
SFOR SALE .-One tn size bed, good Central Ave. Tel. 800 Colon. The trp ofyour life, and only $50. anta Clara. ompletely fulan hed.
: .riderl on oCali S6 -6283 AOR SALE 1947 Jod lm Co upe AJungle Jim Jaunt thru the Po r- Iwk Go& Refrigerators g i a d 5 VOIl
c rdio Cll 8- FOR SALE 1950 Joguar Coupe m Canal to ColOn B Bring your linens. Phon D r
; FOR sALE --3-c I.ngroom se Mark 7 Sedan, 160 HP en.in o Bello! Fst tour of the r. 2-70
er n 575 00. House duty paid, completely uippe Sponsored by hotel El Panama). A ~ S ON BEACH at Santa lor
S 183-C Go*un with ell extres, leather upholtry three day trip aboard "Pescodore,' lso in COOL Cerro Compe
FOR SALE- om Buill p. 3 throughout, beautifully fini Leave Balboa Friday.6 a. m., or Mountain. hone SHRAPNL, Bl-
SFOtrand RaLEtOn ".groom set. clsd $3.200. Can be seen at Cive S. A. Colon 2.30 p. m., leave Celan 9:0 bo 1389.
S Rattan bollom. Consisting of two Today's best buy p.m. for Son Bias and Porto Bello,
S chair;. two bI'e seats. and corner A Good Used UICK( returning Colon SundP aftemnon, Williams' Santa CJro lgoed
toble ,, months old $30000 SMOOT & PAR EDS Through the Canal MondC is. m. Ibedrooms, rfriearo ,
Call AlbrOOL 41 3 or 4ee at QIrs BUICK CHEVROT returning to Balboa. Meals ca d range. Balboa 2-305 m-
10-B oo by El Panama. Bring slacks, shots, week-ends.
S I -0-B- FOR SALE -1952 Ford, fourdoor, bathing suit, jacket, fliers and PHiLLIPS Oceanside Cottgee.
SFOR SALE To Rai.oRn Choirs. Fordomalc. 1951 Pontiac, Catall- spears for underwater fishing, nwonly court in Santo Clar .
SRattan lounge chair, rod wrh Penn no De Luxe. radio, .hydramatic.our camera and rolls of colr film. oceonvlew from al lc6_tt .
No. 65 reel. "fly rod-auromatcc 561i-B. Diablo. rice of Canal Trip $10 S la to beach, Rockgos r lagi
reel. console radio-ohonograph 25to -" --. _o i p
c:l, Excellent rondtr h P 5one FOR SALE-1947 Dodge Convertible round trip trom Colon 44; round barbecue and shufflehee
4 Cocll 613-C. Sont Ao e in excellent shI F only $800. trip from Llboo including Co alo l 3-1877. Mgaritd l -1
'_ l-s n t 00. fluid drive end rodle..Smoot Bo $0. Please mke rserti x No. 435, Balboa.
FOR SALE -Metal twin beds. $25. y Hmicukt'S. A. l6th..St. Con- early through yourTrav l F R RE
S Corplere. Phone Albrok "7227". tmi Ave. Tel. 800 Coen. Jungle Jim at Panama-1660. FOR RENT
FOR ALE -9 ft. 25 cycle Westing- FIX,5ALE:-Oldsrrmobile 2 door Se- ToIda' b Me1 House '
houe refrigerator for sale or trade dn 1949, hydromota h radio eat A & UsedO. $ 9a T S.
me ISMOOT & 'PARI.II .--
for, 60 cyce Balboa 4458 covers. Excellent condition. 0429- BIUICK ,HIVROLI FOR RENT: -- otif fhd
'FOR cALE3-40DnTgroom S chalet near ocoan, fi h-
r --.h re cot. baby crib and furni- FOR SALE :-192 CADILLAC 52 SPECIAL EXCURSIONS s i mming po l, walksu i.
FROM p PANAMAC TO MIC 5 bedrooms, two bath s, l di
t, re Phone 3-0848 Series. Light Green 4 DooSedan. one way $85, rour d trip (15it k agrroom, kitchen, porch, al
L: 1dioPhanograph Radio. Seat Covers, W-S.W Tires day-imiti $169.00. good ane or, room and both, two-car gerae
cFO SLiE RCA Rnl2o-Phnr Tel. 2-2616 AUTOS EISENMAN. to LOS ANGELES, one way, $14 .1 5,rniture .
S co n. Ihken.2 beae dutiful furniture thro4e yt.
foor lamp. book rack 100 W Ar- Panama. reund trip, $252.35. 190 dey-Iit). Terms; onel ear renewable flese.
oUS 2 x 2 slide projector. 21-H Penama Dispatch Servis 8i Avle Rent S50. pe month, poayble
NaOonaLAlRant U50-00 peir month, piayabl
Laconi -c___ FOR SALE --1937 Chevrolet, cheap Naionan l (Automoble Rw). Tel. six r~esths. in advance, ptlio to
Telephone 2-3490. Penama hle if dlelred. Write for p-
OR -SALE-Mitog%%ashing ma-I pintt Boil lif, Ancfn, Cor.
ch.ne. 25 cycle K.tchen table, FOR SALE.-1949 Studebaker 4- FORnt t Box 563,Anon, Cal
buffet, couch and cosrs with pil- deer Sedan, Land Cruiser, white .FOR SA ME 1% k4-Z .S
f lows and matching drapes. Cot. side wall, overdrive, radio. Excel- -~ -tf o .. Hmur]in Par,
bamrboo coffee table wirt marching lent condition. Smoot y Hunnicutt Iqs cCU iW4.00.
knick-knack Shelf. Westinghouse S. A. 16th St. Central Avenue. Tel. FOR SALE "- Philco Fraeser, 60 -
refrigerator wirh freeze chr. 25 800 Colen. 9.2 cubic feet with quick (reeziMn
S .mirror. 1723-1, Old Cristobal or No. 3 6 street. Vsa Hermosa 15-A. Fort Amador. .
call 3-2440 Tues4day.' I l0R A
SScl 20 I Tuesday. FOR SALE: Mae Scottish torriqt BUIC CN V&W1
.CR -ALE--Seng machine. cabrel FOR SALE.-'49 Ford 4-dr. Custom puppy 2. 2 monthly old AKC reF RENTg-Fslshed house. Liv
1.1 ,c 25 or 60 cycle, $45 00, Ai-- De Luxe. Radio. heater, overdrive, Islered. Nix. phone 5-230i. Ingr r ninge lllsng h 2 Ibedroems
o .86-3194 I turn signals, back-up lit. gr.l FOR SALE:-Ped greed Great Don kitchen, yash tubs, hot wfte
R SAfLE.-9 cu.. FrigF dre re- uard, undercoated, seat covers. pous AKC registered. House 553, No. 93 Via Espaf besia u "t d
Sf-gerator, porcelain i' and out Perfect condiron. Exceptional buy Ancon Blvd. Phope 2-3198. Mlramr." 9 *| .m. to 12 p. m.
Good condition, reasonably priced. Le0Vngav_ ok 6133 or 3286 FOR SALE.-One .Mpta d...mi 4,.g 1 .
No. 190 Central Avenue. Panama. FOR SALE'-195I Stud r Sedan or cosAumne Also one wool Ig inng
$ 2 0 C irsfrom $2 O R SALE: 949 F O. r D Tonco stuae.e et An sobl inds 2 FO R PsS T : Begi nni ng -Juno
t a vrd. Ask for Phillhps. 1.0 ,r---- --- Per,, olra nke. EAlooe wool -
16,000 miles. orig- Peruvianblanket. Enquirer roo Furnishld chelet dlningroem, tiv


Tlies $3.00. Dng Tables $10.- Peck-Up. Good Paint. S 1d Tires household ge qds. A pp 2 rme I-
"t 00. Wardrobes from 15.00. New, Mechanical goad condiion. 0el 0 Sunday, 8-5. h o 055upl ..d erce ,' .t0
and Used Rattan. Mahogany. Ply- 2-4966, Panama, R. P. Ancon Old Cor ol Aree., *. "1
Swood, and Wrought roon Furnitureyard. Jo Artin on
SValues at Household Exchcnge Teday' i y .
HX. The Only Store of ts Kind FOR SALE: 1952 Chrysler V-B. A Good Ued BUICK
imn Panama. 41 Automobile Row. Saratoga 180 HP, 4,000 ml~es, SMOOT 8' PAREDES FOR RENT:-Fumished small cholet,
da 6$22:.00 .Chai rs fro $2
Tel. 3-4. 0. Open all day Satur.- Dblo 5513-B ,BUICK HEVROnL.IT two biroom,2M -f -ower for
._ day untnl 6:00. FOR SALE.-- 1948 Nash Ambossodor PANAMA CANAL COMPANY OF- e uple W let 3-4462.
FOR SALE: Wfdrbe trunk. 60 Coupe, good tIres, body. upi'l- FERS EMPTY SACKS FOR SALE:-
c*cle portable washing machine. stery. engine. $700.00. A bar- Seoled bids for opening in pubic I
S miscellaneous household goods gain. House 555-A, Curundu ,ill be received until 3:00 p. n rd .
a i768-C. Borneby, Balb o. Heixhts Phone 83-5238. June 2, 1953, an the offce of te
SALE: Fridqir refr er* FOR SALE -1957 Plymouth 4-door Gen.ral Marger Commissary D i- ALHMtAPARTMNIs..
with porcelain in and out, in good sedan, rodio, leather uphorstery ,5n, Mr. I'pe.' Canal Zone, for Two d k e mm fureisbed em
i Panama.4 Au.to rea.Sog 1 B0 H, 4s Sother sacks. I&iationt No. IFem 061s mlhale,
1 price. Central Avenue No. 190 in Balboa. hih -B B sts In detalKoC the various NeM oIg ft lyfr
Sa f .quantit~e. and sizes of sacks avaI- C'"t"
OR ALE:-Ldi set of l- jg FOR SALE.--1948 Nash 600 Club able may be obtained from the A Dont ive p
---A TLE: --- Wl Lc n C N F- o
i you'hs bed and wardrobe. Call 3 Coupe. Excellent condition. $700. office of the Suppy and Servce ntl ilt two-
S4638. 00 or best offer. Call Panama 3b Director. telephone 2-26"78 or 2- rn^ot and cold
7B _5404 182, or the officeoffice of the General wa Telapho 3-
I 5 L Manager. Comrmis~ry D0 esion, 4 l.
,' WA NTED 'FOR SALE -1950 Oldsmobile 2-door telephone o2"4" o
w, .sedan, hydramatic, one owner.y FOR sALEMr-Fe.tle Dachshn d o rl portent
CE' lrasoU PeRfect cndirion 0944, Arndar coPl ne year old. red color. InoIculated 4 '| j 3-
prie.CeOna fa l t FaRno.d1 9-Albrook 86-3194 e___lb Jo.ofNo.
E nE or: -to Ct a FOR SALE.-194NhV6b Ofdfer ted Aqurtel rs, may-
Peneme 3-0526 dadwbetwee o end Luxe CONVERTIBLen Radito, W-$7- OS
S m. -Good Mechnncal Condition. Tel WANTED BFlingual experiened S ILt, M ibr o -
L D .. 54 0 4 2-2616 AUTOS EISENMAN Pan- .aleitorl Mus. t hve good refer- b M324. 774. Wi-

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Wa oTED. nFOo SALE--1950 Studebaker Coupe -- -------- FtlOR It2NT74 2
Se ---r o good cn, edition new battery and FOR RENT I
S~cPe.rf.ct'cond o ited Srtiot seat covers, $1,125. Calf" White yaodrdclo.
e er brief description at Kobbe 3230. duty hours,
I fox4T Balboa.________a atn bd
"A-T lD ---Cook w~th good refer- FOR SALE: Ford Pick-up truck FOR RENT:--.Furn shed or unfurnish. FOI N 2 bed
e-ic*S to Ii in premises. Apply 1952 S ton. See at 350-E, Ped. ed spacious cool room, president a1 '
-N. O Telephone 3-3192, Pana No, -D-33
-e i -f r a l F O R S A L E : -- D u y p a i d L i n c o l n C on Oo
LcnOInl RENT:-Furnished room edith r NO M
a : y uertaible, 1949. Customer See meals. TelPephone 3-4625, IpiIro SOl
A Good UGod eUICK Saturday, Sunday, 957-A Big Tree, Vita.N2 ortRe
SMOOT l PAReDIS Fort Kobbe, phone 4115. fri A
BUICK CHVRAOLET OR SALE-r To up--V4-door
Seden, whiM well tiros, duty paid. or Seed Used BUICK
in eseellet sendiftlon. Cell Smeor BUICK r CHEVROLET .Re
;A"." & 16th.ISt. BachlOR R ,4E.0.orinformation. ,
tod AnitedB00.e Clon. FOR RENT: -.-s Furnshed room for FOR
BATTERIES FOR SALE.-1 each I ,.dtonyChev cafj phone o-310.
1body. Motor complee'y .
overhauled, very cheap 2 each FOR RENT: Cool furnished rooNms FOR
Homelite Generators, 28.5 Volts D. and board to one or two getle- a1, FOR
ore C. 2000 watts Units cnmlctey man or childfess couple. Call 1-5s.
o v erhauled. half sheet, frt ,ron Justo Arosemena Avenue No. 5t
Nx 2 x 8'. Good for fish p ate Tel. 3-2949.
p i made on tuck. Also few scrap, sheets of Iyou want to rent a modern fur.
ro Ccrile 39 Cas No. 13, Soer- nished troom with linen, mad- Be
oroe T opi mma any hour. s-- eice, privt batth th hot water or
for th T.ro cs O sa1,9570 BUIC SUE Call ehone3-462,a 511
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THIS REPLICA OF THE STATUE OF LIBERTY, now on display
In the lobby of the Balboa Theater, will be put, in place and de-
dicated on Memorial Day by the boy scouts of the Canal Zone.
Part of the funds for erection of the statue are being raised by
the sponsorship by the boy scouts of the Dorese Waltes show
being presented tonight in the Balboa Theater starting at 7 30
with a second performance of Tuesday starting at 6:30 p.m,


Ex-FBI Man Denies McCarthy

Ch ges on Tax Delinquents


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WASHINGTON, May 8 (UP) tions subcommittee headed by
Sen. Joseph P. McCarthy former Sea. fMilalt & .' d-
charged today that Russell W. ings (D.-Md.).
Duke, 'former West coast pub-
lic relations man, dug up taxi .The Tydings subcommittee In
delnquents fotot a prominent 1950 investigated. McCarthy's
Washngton attorney who net- first charges of Conmunltad in.
tgd $1S,700 on their case. the State Department and lab-
In a report placed in the eled them "a fraud and a hoax."
Senate record, the attorney was Morgan later was chief of
identified as Edward P. Morgan4 enforcement for the Office of
ne promptly told a reporter Price Admintstratido.
"there -hs never been anything
even gtly improper about McCarthy said that Dut, af-
the b ing of any case dur- ter finding out all he could
lag the course of my law prac- about a particular tax case,
tice." would approach the taxpayer
Duke, formerly of Portland. or his lawyer and try to sell
Ore., was qted for contempt his services on the basis t iat
by the .llif t8t Wednesday for he knew prominent'*eople la
:ailing t- appear before Me- the Internal Reveadu=ureau.
Carthy's. lperzanent investigat-
Ing subcommittee.
Duk is n Caada and can- Wallet Wisdom
M (C 'd ) dealt with SACRAMENTO, Calf. :( P)'-
scrt bIarlng Robert L. Bowen stin u
at" j'v NDuke how safe a place his
and lcCar- et is for his wialletr
thy gaff ,, 3,000 now there are w
E cases referred to him by A man he met in a bar warn
he. The .senatOr said Duke him of the danger of ,losing
g 3,2A50 out of the same a wallet from a hippocketesd
plus $2,500 in expenses, demonstrated with Bown's wal-
Mogan is a former FBI let. Several drinks laer, they
agent and former chief con- parted, ,and the wallet went
-61 of a Semate foreign rela- with the stranger.


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Chkagoans Charged

With Cancer Drug

Squeeze May Talk
CHICAGO, May 8 (UP)-Two
businessmen, accused of conspir-
Ing with an officer of the Amer-
ican Medical Association to get
controL of "cancer drug" krebi-
ozen, were expected to tell their
atorieN soon.
Meanwhile, the controversial
drug's discoverer, Dr. Steven
Durpvic yesterday stuck to his
story that AMA Treasurer Dr.
J. J. Moore told him he "must"
give distribution rights to the
businessmen.
Durovic testified at an Illinois
legislative hearing into the con-
troversy over the drug.
The two businessmen are Ed-
ward Moore i no relation) and
Kenneth Bralnard who have Ig-
nored subpoena for live weeks.
Attorney Randolph Bohrer ap-
peared yesterday and said *he
could produce the missing wit-
nesses within 72 hours if he is
given the right to cross-exam-
ne Durovic.
The committee promised him
the right, and Bohrer indicated
he would bring Moore and Bral-
nard in sometime between to-
;day and Monday.
Durovie. a refugee Yugoslav
doctor who developed kreblozen
in Argentina. also testified that
krebiozen was tested on two
dogs critically ill with cancer.
One mniinal died, he said. al-
though its malignancy was par-
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A book of more than passing
interest to residents of the Isth-
mus and particularly those in-
terested in sailing and ships was
among the new books added to
the Canal Zone Library shelves
during the past week.
The new book, "Hummel HItm-
mel," describes a 17.000-mile-tr1p
of a Chinese junk In the Pacific
Ocean which spent several daya
at the Balboa Yacht Club during
1940. The author-sailor. Dr. m.
Allen Petersen, tells the adven-
tures he and his Japanese wife,
Tami, encountered during the
voyage which took them from
Shanghai to California, down the
west coast of the Americas, and
back to the Orient through the
South Pacific Islands.
The Chinese junk "Hummel
Hummel," which is the name of
the book, put in at Balboa on
Lhe voyage along the coast and
was on the ways at the Balboa
Yacht Club for several days for
cleaning and painting. It sailed
for South America in June 1940
and during its stay here Dr. and
Mrs. Petersen made many
friends.
The complete list of new books
as announced by the Library fol-
lows:
Philosophy: The well-adjusted
personality Polatin.
Religion: The Old Testament,
keystone of human culture It-
win.,
Social Sciences 45 murderers: a
collection of true crime stories,
Rice.
Applied Science: Mitography:
the art and craft of screen proc-
ess printing, Kosloff; aAd Ama-
teur finiher's guide book, Yates.
Fine Arts: Art treasUres of the
Metropolitan; a selection from
the European and Asiatic collc-
tion, N.Y. (city) Metropolitan
museum of art; and John
Charles Thomas album of favor-
ite songs and arias, N.Y. (clty)
Metropolitan.
Travel: Hummel Hummel, Pet-
ersen; and Nashville, McRaven.
Fiction: Signs and wonders,
Brady; The Alock strikes thtr-
teen, &Ban; Alias Uincle' Hugo,
Coles; and The high hills calling,
Downes; The Boyds of Black
River, Edmonds; Why Watierloo?,
Herbert; a d The brothers Bel-
lamy, Pakington.
Children's Fiction: Babar's vis-
it to Bird Island. Brunhofft; The


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Mon Etoile Match Strides
0-
A field of six Class "G" imported thoroughbreds
tomorrow afternoon will dispute the $450 purse of-
fered in the featured one-mile-and-one-eighth ninth
race at the Juan Franco Race Track.
The "experts" opine, however, sprinter Choice Brand complete
that this race will boil down to the field.
a virtual three-cornered battle The mile races will also take
among Scotch Chum, Vampiresa considerable attention from the
and Mon Etoile. fans tomorrow. They are the
* eighth race for Class "I" im-
Scotch Chum, with Chilean ports and the nightcap tenth
saddle ace Jose Bravo slated to race for Class "H" Imports.
ride him, shapes up as the mu-
Stuels choice. Vamplresa, who In the eighth, the improving
gets in with light weights and and strong finishing Gaywood
es this distance, will be han- will try to make It two In a
dicapped in the jockey depart- row against a field that in-
ment. She will be ridden by Ju- eludes Alto Alegre, English
lo Jimenez Jr., the son of her Mary, Apretador and Paques.
owner. The tenth, probably the best
Mon Etolle, beaten only a matched race on the program,
head and a neck (half length), presents In Time, New Brighton,
last Sunday is also a router fair Publico, Salustio, Mr. Foot, Pin-
ability. She will be under the celazo, Prestigio apd Vain Darl-
Sguidance of vastly Improved ing In a wide open race.
anamanlan jockey Alfredo Vas-
",uteiera Galante H ,return- Florida Loop OK'S


Purchase Of Havana

Cubans By Maduro
MIAMI,,May 8 (UP) -b he
purchase of the Havana Cubans
by Roberto Maduro,. owner of
Gran Stadium in the Cuban
capital, has been unanimously
approved by Florida Interna-
tional League director.
The directors Indicated at a
meeting here yesterday they are
satisfied with the Cuhan club's
new operations, after Maduro
outlined his plans for the team.
President Phil O'Con ell said
the directors are "glad to have
Maduro in our league, and I'm
sure he will rebuild the Cuban
team to Its place of former
prominence In the league."
Meduro bought the Cubans
from the Washington Senators
for a reported $40,000.

504th Wins Kobbe
Post Softball
Championship 4.1
FORT KOBBE--In a game In-
terrupted by rain and am-
ments, the 504t A UMlon
won the Post 1 i --
ploabhip by spanking- He&d-
quarters Dompany 4 to-1 In a
seven inning contest at Qumn
Field.
Delayed twice by rain, it look-
ed doubtful if the game would
finish, but good weather pre-
vailed and the game resumed.
B 0o t h managers complained
loudly to the umpire as to rules
and the crowd helped the ex-
citement along. However, the
teams finally settled down and
played ball later the many In-
terruptions.
Taking a one run lead In the
first Inning, Headquarters Com-
pany slumped badly as the 504th
played heads-up ball. Scoring In
the second, third, and fourth in-
nings, the 504th wrapped the
game up. Fine defensive han-
dling also helped the 504th
they coasted to their win. Cred
it must be given also to the
Headquarters Company pitchers
who did their best to keep the
bats of the 504th quiet, but er-
ratic fielding cost them their
victory.
As the Post Champions, the
504th will represent the post of
Fort Kobbe in the forthcoming
USARCARIB Softball Meet to be
held shortly.


Cricket News

ATLANTIC
& the only game played on
t Atlantic side last Sunday,
r tbhAtmble ome Silver city C.
L htited the league leading Fen-
wicks club to & draw on the Mt.
Hope ground&
Despite an unfortunate start
when they lost 3 wickets for 5
rans, the Fenwicks batsmen
c piled a creditable 124 runs
a out. High scores were R.
bott-36 not out, C. Smith-31,
J. King-17, and W. Klrton-11.
S The Silver City bowlers were
$ Joe" Brathwaite-3 for 35, Rey-
SEscalona-2 for 36, George
F therley-3 for 27, A. Cabey--
r 0, Small-1 for 5. At bat,
er ~City totalled 76 runs for
Wickets, batting until call of
lhe despite the very effective
Sling of John Clauzel-5 for
S, M, bbs--3 for 11 and D.
anen~1g-1 for 4. Escalona scor-
runa H. Dunn 13 and
'i aS Small, 11 not out.
This fuday, weather permt-
S ttng, the league enters Its decl-
te phare as Fenwicks and Ex-
ltr pr pt at Mount Hope,
riders e anm Morland at Ga-
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4 Masterpiece
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Distiller's .rt


Softball Leagle


First Half Stanwdin
Norge 2 0
Canada Dry 1 0
Optica Sosa 1 1
Albrook Flyers 1
Special Troops 0
West Bank 0 1
Spur Cola 0 2


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NEXT GAMES
Tuesday:
Albrook Flyers vs Canada Dry
Wednesday:
Optica Sosa vB Spur Cola
Norge 2, OptiUea So 1
Mr. Pitcher, Bob Wetlan, was
back in town yesterday for a
tremendous six-Inninng wortout
during which he spun a two-
hitter that netted a 2-1 deciol
over Optica Sosa .
An overflow crowd f 2000 wans
on hand for the stirring mound
duel between Bob Welland and
Louis Walker, the Optica oM
stylist.
Mr. Pitcher, aware from the
start that he was in a r4'L ball
game, overpowered the lft
eight Optica Sosa batmen VM
strikeout pitches. 06 ft
bagged 14 victims by t hotik
out route to chalk up -. m-
pressive total of 28 adtkoutB
in the 13 innings he has 9ltch-
ed in his two appearance
For five innings Wetland held
the defending champion" hit-
less but weakened in tU* xth
to yield a triple to Magdalena
and a run-scoring single, to
Farquharsod.
Louis Walker was brilliant
with a three-hitter but wound
up on the losing end whei he
served up a homerun pitch to
Fellpe Malcolm and a run-acor-
ing triple to George Weekm.


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iharson, rf 3 0 1
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L Walker, p
IL Humphtey, w
P. MItcolm, rf
T. Peterkin, cf
. Wealand. p -
E. Holder, lb
E. Parris, c
E. Gooding, 2b
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Score by Innings
Spur Cola 000 001-1
Norge 101 00x-2


Juan Franco Tips
By CLOCKER

1--Conasentida Don Pitin
2-Domino La Grings
3-Marfil Con Valor r
4-ancbhtas Proton
5-4tarilU Don Jaihne
-Valley River Delhia
7-Escandalo Mime
$-English Mary Gaywood
9-Mmn Etolle Scotch Cham
If-Prestigio In Time
CHOOSE TOUR WEAPON
East Lansing, Mich.-(NEA)-
Michigan State's Dick Berry
was the Big 10's epee champion
n 1952, added the foils title
m yar.


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First Race


Jockey WEt. COMMENT .OD
of the Double Poue: V275.00 eool eledw : 13:41
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1-Consentida E. Daro 112 -The one to oats .
2-Avivato R. oe 11 -Lonhot poi
3-Cafateral B. Agurre 112 y prod
4-Romantlco V. Cast. 115 - O-Cosa Linda R. Vas. 115 -Returns from
9--Don Pitin A. Vas. 115 -Depends on wekIU

2nd Race "G" Native % g F uPme S275.0M Pe- e el s:
Second Race Af MA, Double :
1-Lolito J. Cadogen 108 -Nobthng to rneeonao
2-Domino R. Vasques 110 -.oud win last
3-Dies de Mayo J. Bravo 115 -Jotkpy will hlp.
4-Riqul B. Agulrre 112 -xludedo rm bemng
5-Campesino A. Va. 112 -Always close up
6-Duque V .Brown lOOxz-eems off form
7-Dlky 0. Ramos 10-Class too tough /
&-La ringa V. Ortega 112 --Dl gerous contender'
Note: RJlul excluded from bet-
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Wd Race "G" Native 7 Fga.PFae: $275.00 Pool eloees:
ONE TWO
1--Bouvenlr A: UbIdia, 10N --Returns in shape
2-Coran V. Brotn 109n-epeds better i l
3-Marfil A. Vasquea 114 uld beat
4-Con Valor II F. HMial. 97x aes good cliiuae
5-Kalsan F. Rose 108 -Could score In V

Ith Race 'T' Native 7 Fgs.P i $e: 5275.00 Pw$lo4j s:

1--Golden Fan F. BldaL 102Z-Racin like
2-Tap Lady .7. Bravo 112 -,.Haa atrong
3-Proton J. Ch da 15z-- slight ohaae.
4-Panchita A. Mena 118 --Odds-on favorite
5-Riomar D. Marin 115zx-.Rt interestedb
6-Malaya R. Game 110-Good early sped
7-Taponazo C. Kam 103x-Will set early pase


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1-Miranda D. Marin 112xS-Handlcapped
2-Rosa B 0. Chauni 108 -Nothin to -WW
S-Marilu B. Ag e 110 -Ret ng to
4.-Don Temi A. V s. 115 --4ouluded from' out
'5-Don Jaime K. V. 110 --IHrd to figure 3-5
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1 "prctador A.PhilU. 118 -WIM
4-La Chwodmba Gome 118 |at
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4-4iauUto V. Castllo 110 -B
5-Mr. Poot J. Bravo. 110 -Ra
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By Tlh tinpounds during the layoff but as pudul) n Ar 11 i.%V
The hetywPt eba O lt worried about the 190 he It's CaB ehleblo wli
and the chaU 0h, a sealed. Both sparring partners in ObipagoM4p may be i,,
promletoda Billy Noble and WI e Wll- cott's oWmr. 1taW JOt o -
The g of' th"e aetlea, eon say the Rock Is In ex-,"a don't know V W l
Rocky Marciano, pro op .the cellent condition. Noble saay he d me 'big favor t i
May 15 title bout In C 'Im will "He comes back strong r tra ting his ne busted and pot-
be a good one even a eto layoff. He'll be strong as a bull poring the fight. He wvram
force Joe Wdalst .s e "enm AOdr tfhe t after ta ng it easy up a w& n fr me. I'll MtaH
Waleott proalms be wi.un- two days before.' now for sure."
5ninor a ..!nos Walcott. who iso training in Walcott continue "F'vema
bMy takngQ= Chlcagd says he wVil be ready to depend on PFelx HIe .
Holarnd, f for faythln "I'm going to try right han. ets did more r to
Hollad, kh, b e tn for knof a ut." says Jersey than any man in the wet,
know just what-Ug Joe, "but I'm in good ponditlon From Korea eames a vot bt
Walcott w ptb K and ready to go 15 rounds If confidence for Waleott. Pet
'Walottn, Msas I L neeeaRry." Robert Crea,. the .h.at
if he want e ty or Whlcott was cheered today Jersey Joe, predicts WSow: l
anyt hn. dJJS ti when told Manager Felix Boc- be the first heavywg.i-
September Na um 1 wl t chlcchlo night be able to work gain the Utite. Cres a
September In his corner one week frcwi to- cott's family name.
tot Itdin da y. DBooebelcchlo auftued a the wring name of
th"2e fB heart attack early in uay. tribute to his idol, the W~-tl
bu the Rer- He would have been uabe t dian fighter, Barbadot JOWi
my Joe Ia thethe attend the fight had' it ione off cot.
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Dotty LeCrolz, Dor" Ctuan
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I LONDON., May 38 UP A
ritish Canbrrra jet bomber, the
-st type of plane to cross the
Atlantic Ocean both ways in on(
y, has se new world titltude
record of (C3,668 feet, the Roya:
Aero Club annorouced tcdlay.
'The club rubv'?.ttcd lti re.corc
elaim to an Inte'.'natfoi:al ruling
bpdy for iwvthoriza'ton.
Wing Cmdr. Walter Gibb, a
test pilot, set the new record
last Monday in a 61-minute
flight that took him to an al-
S titude of more than 12 miles,
the club said. His Canberra was
powered by two Bristol Olym-
S-lc engines.
,The previous record of 59,446
S ftet was set in 1948 by Group
-C.pt. John Cunnin.l,,rm in a
Brosh Vampire jet fighter.
: he Canberra is currently
Ube*g produced for the U. S.
4ir Force by the Glenn Martin
oeemany, under license from
the British manufacturers.
Meanwhile U.S. Government
scientists said today in Washing-
ton that it will take at least two
years and probably longer to per-
fec. .lllitarv planes capable of
flying and fighting at speed fast-
er thrin'sou*nd.
i They made a sharm distinction
be tw een practical supersonic
combat .planes and the little
rocket-nowered research aircraft
wyITlh maive been flying through
th' "sonic barrier" for nearly six
S Te problems involved In devel-
S ftg combat types were describ-
i e4A* scientists of the National
A .lowry Committee for Aero-
S *t 'les to reporters who visited
S tfo federal research agency's
S L v Field, Va., laboratories.
First supersonic flight was
rn* by MaI. Charles Yeager In
', O ler. 1047, in the experiment-
S -W ilp, ot Bill Bridgeman flew
S ther) aog Skvrocket 1.238 miles
i 9an htr I 1951. the fastest man
5i s iast* have traveled.
(Stame nu eimat lnes, taclud-
Sin Ame ik Uritith and Rus-
eIaL,hsVet reached supersonic
but only briefly and In
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a fet and above.
fTnls lhted ctot tat
=Ic research flights are
s and involve little maneuv-
e I.
SuAt combat e lanes mout have
ateouate range to complete their
mssionps, aq well askrellab con-
S trel They also need tabifit to
ovtdCe roodbgunnery and bomb-
In# .ilatfornm.
research has shown tOnt tae
combat planes must be of radi-
eel design.
For example, they should have
emiB, slender fuselages, with
shroly swept atk. or short.
stubbv wings. That design isa
esential toh reduce wind resist-
a noe. .

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F F eits $25 Bail,
Leaves Isthmus
A y,-V arF-old American who
DJi, l+o^ in the Balboa
SM-litfte's Court this morning
V t. two traffic charges
*70e Msaid Carl Towdsand
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W.-W today. He lad signed
Ob with the Nav fbl c
section at the 16L Naval
Tloses was charged with
i edn Iat 70 miles an hour on
n mo toreele in a 40-mile
maximum l2nit zone oon Gafl-
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PANMUNJOM, Korea May 8 -
(UP) The United Nations will
demand at a truce meeting to-
morrow that the Communists
give a firm guarantee against
any attempt to force repatria-
tion of anti-Red .war prisoners,
it was understood today,
The demand would be made
in reply to an eight-point
Communist proposal on di-
position of the Anti-Red pris-
oners which the Tepistg radio
hailed as laying the basis for
"Immediately bringing about
an armistice."
It is believed that Lt.. Gen.
William K. Harrison, senior U.N.
truce delegate, will give the Al-
lied reply to chief, Communist
negotiator Gen. Nam 11 at a
truce meeting scheduled for 11
a.m. tomorrow.
Harrison is expected. to fire
at Nam a series of searching
questions as to the Communists'
real intention in proposing that
the fate of the anti-Communist
prisoners who refuse repatita-
ton be put- up to a political
conference.
It was made plain New York
last night by President 1tlen-
hower personally that 'the U.
N. will not accept any plan
which, might leave the anti-
Communist prisoners Wo dan-
ger of acceepting forced repa-
triation or facing endless im-
prisonment.
The United States' stand on
the Red proposals wa' worked
out at a meeting in Washington
yesterday.
Mr. Eisenhower presided, then
went to New York and in, his
speech to Republicanls said he
would never agree to forced re-
patriation.
Harrison is expected to meet
the Communists at the truce
session with a full and explicit
statement of the U.N. stand
based on instructions drafted in


The atmosphere In this

H Dice's Ex-irl

Arrested In Paris

As Parole Jumper
PARIS, May 8 (UP), Benit
Mussolini's onetime mistress ha
been arrested on charges o
jumping parole to see the Parn
bright lightS.
Police picked up the Italian dic
tator's former girl friend, Mag
da Fontanges, yesterday afte
authorities in Melun, where th
once beautiful Frenchwomai
was living under court jurisdic
tlon, reported that. she had dis
appeared.
Miss Fontanges. was sentenced
on 15 years in prison shortly
after the war on, charges of trea
son for collaboration with thi
Germans, but was released -o
parole three years ago. She wa
forbidden to leave Maluh.
When she disappeared police
traced her to Pouille, her native
village, and found she was mak
inn frequent trips to Paris. Shi
will be arraigned today on' thi
parole jumping charge.
Miss Fontanges achieved
notoriety before the war when
she opened fire with a pistol on
French Ambassador to Romi
the Count de Chambrun when
he told her she would not be
allowed to publish in France he
memoirs of life with Mussolini.


truce village Is optimist. B munst po that thi
it s indicated that thre ua be t to a p cl copJ
enough "bugs" in ibte Cn. The U.N. d not re
munist prisoner plan to re- i"ste as "settle." .
quire several more w" de the .th d. o" i
negotiations. O n the l1th da oy
aW. ed conference Lt. Of
The Chinese Commutial-Pel- It yesterday sddenly-
ping .radio, In p'op a f da n basic pa of the '
nroadeasts, represented ., Rqd ovet what to do with wO
plan to be the last word 1h. con* eMrs resitinreturn
cillation one which would Mmelands.
"reveal whether the UA. co- "He banded over and,
mand has good faith for 'In ar- pW3 program which' l10
mistice or will raise neW .prq beeeted the so-called .'
texts for delaymag a CaAt i plan for working out
settlement." *-' :- 0 o"r problem. The plan
Peiping .said the qutl f proed by the J. N.
disposing of the aati-fl t member, but gas
owners was "settled" by tl (iw Rtusla and the satelt


MONEY TESTIMONY With Me Pore
House Foreign Affair committee '
ministration's request of an Wl a
for its foreign aid program, .o DUle.,
State (seated, right), leads thl
who are speaking for the re~ord.
Alexander Wiley, Senate com ttet
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- WASHINGTON, May 8 IUP)- the
Pemocratie leaders assailed Pres- to
d ident Masenhower's cut-back mil- y.eaW. 'T.-,
y itary budget today as a threat
- to national security. Republicans
e contended it was prudent and
n some said they hope to cut it
s deper. .
Mr. Eisenhower ordered the ei
e armed forces to cut their spend- "
e ing plans for fiscal 1954 by $2,- In
- 300,000,000. He told Congress it
e could trim their requests for new
e funds for the year beginning nm
July 1 by $5,244.000,000. ope- i
d The Air Force was hit hard-
n est. The Navy got off fairly light. '
n The Army actually would get c
e more new money than previously $4
n planned, to cover a "more real- trat
e istic financing" of the Korean
r war. P
The President did not tell Con- have
gress at once what the reductions and.
will mean. m
Rep. John McCormack (D- be
Mass.), House minority w h i p,
charged that the economy move pe
means the Air Force goal of 143 of
wings by 1955 will- be scrapped. sho a
"I think the President is taking the'
too bif a gamble," he said. wh
Gen. Nathan F. Twining, new- to
ly-nominated Air Force chief of stratob'
staff, said the-, 143-wing goal will fort.?.
not, be abandoned.-But he said "Thfl
reaching te goal now "will take the
much longer than planned." to d
The defense cuts bought sharp 1orceA
protests even. from- Southern gains
Democrats who have supported "We
previous economy mfoves of the Ity Ig
new administration.-
Gen. Oma N, Bradley, chair- eco
man of the joint chief of staff, Con
said yesterday Russia's "'rapidly to
improving" atomic trin
er is a dar rous threatto
West withtIta "relatively wowk" me1
defenses. --I
"The risk continues to be
great." he tol4 o the oi o-
possibilty of war s still with PS."

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