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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
 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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01591
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN,
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CAral AOSaok, PAFAIMICAN. PANAMA
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s ne A n 3' oo ga By VICTOR l .=8,
Smoto. In avga so st : ,00
StYOUR UM -- THE EDERS OW COLUMN So now everybody's excited,
THISS YOUR PORUM THIRUDERS O n COLUMN because the Crime Byndioate,
the System the Mob-ell I
what you will-hal executed r,
tough-flated ongsho OM a m .. ,
Why all the excitement? What
l e M*il Bl n is on open hrum for readers of The PeNe.m Amer- Mob won't ut elt W I
ke. Let are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly enll- cause we fellow' wri ewiu eIn e
dentiel ame the apers and a wrlmen .
If yeW cea iute a letter don't be Impatient Itdeaena't appear tim commnl s scratch It t h In- .
$eeday. Letteeg S oe published in the order eceive4. T re denlag aiti Fre t yt o
hee esy toho h aesp e leta limited to one@r e lnth. o We'rne dean g b thy a acr t
Ideath of letter writers Ih held In strlest caidelae in. goavern e t, run b a clan-
11k newspaper saumes me responsibiliy for seameate as epiales desLJ e ry~ Oibint e r wh kh a
preed i. letters friom meeersa". private army of enforcer; su-
Sciently equipped and polit-
SIic r tally protected to sajegs4ard
SAN ANTONIO BUGLE a national income runn0 lX.
Ward o/ at least #$25,000W,-
ir: 000-that's right, bilione-.a
First, I want to thank the editor of The Panama American year.
for his nice' tribute to me on my 90th anniversary. ThAt I ap- The Kefauver Committe re
preciate more than, any of the presents isolved, even to the veals on page 13 and' 14 of its
provisional two ne+ clean shirts. (Pop refers to the two clean second interim report, 1951.
shirts he gets every year ever since he went to Boquete fttb 40 that It traces d"onservatlely"
yearS ago, and announced that he had only two shirts to his hame a Crime Syndicate take of 0,-
and figures he wouldn't live long enough to have to buy any- 000000,000,0 a year In gambling
,"more... 0D.) alone.
rI am beginning to realize that I am getting old when I read Add billions more in loan
in The Panama American of the marriage of the youngest of Dr. sharklug, shakedowns and eoh-
SHarmodlo Arias's sons. When Dr. Arias was campaigning for the pecially narcotics, which is the
Presidency the two boys he had with him in Boquete were very backbone of the waterfront
small sprouts, but proud to say they are both a credit to the rackets and you know where
name, and not only to their country but to the whole world. I this secret government gets itS
$see Dr. Arias still looks good standing beside Justice Douglas of ins for defense of itsun-
,the U.S. Supreme Court. derworld.
Since my last letter rain has been general in most all of o the yndi te heads are
Texas too much In the East, too little In the West. No improve- hardly disturbed. These Invwsti-
ment in the lower Rio Grande. "Wetbacks" are walking across pions and these hewspapers
dry shOd most anywhere between Fulton Dam and Brownsville. pieces are just a headache-as
Want to make this month up thru Waco. Dallas and my old business headache which has to
Some In East Texas. May be able to tell you how It Is back where fashion. Just an typicalyder here and icate ALAii "
-IomrmW. J. (Pop) Wriht there, courtesy of some of the ...
_ _op_ _ outlanders, for the New York -- ..-
.Answer to Previous Puzzle waterfront boys who are in
..IAnwr to Previous trouble at the moment.
At the Zoo When the heat In on New York
S waterfront boy& that's some-
1 thin that has to be cared for
IORIZONTAL 3TrTink-bearing 'by the top. New York Harbor -
i Female der animals isn't just the area for a local By BOB
S4Noun suffix gambling chain which took in 0 -
84W dhbog 5 TThe giraffe $10,000,000 a year. Nor just the
ISick neck Asa -A IN source for a port-wide shake- For a long, long tin I have yeld unavall- a olif the 176,00,000 neMl-64
neckdown-shape-up take of $3,00, Ingly at blabbermbuthery in the s40W forces as 0 ;Thelre Is aitogather enong sf 1
13 Rent e4 Ascended 1 000 a year. they compete for public favor aMd larger allot- tbVm li 4 ainaW t make a b IOW
v14 Chest rattle 7 at tIt's the narcotics gateway Into ments from Congress. What they alway e soemto Whi.
f15 Malt beverae d Plait America. And the System will try to do is expend all rqfort tO bow off their T 5l.lun who saw it, *efte 'l r
1 Stated I Horse food kill to protect that. It- just has new gimmicks, limos 'ta&lf war, while Wa ore mem of t he1t 14ut-i
18 Pet canines 10 Toward the 27 Receding 41 Mexican coins It's all intertwined with con-. striving mightily to keep thbl. iter-and-intra o I ers, f a mt
20 sheltered side 28 Rainbow 42 Liquid trol of certain logshoremen service flights a top seelI- a it trate a he
1 u 1 elow 11 Communists 21Sheep cries measure locals and certain piers. Also for a long, log ame bAv.eWaI tiho eat rat
SPl a out 17 Peeful L British 43 Arrow poi That's what the national AFL, it was silly for the RaS tow time and toj M e gto Igl
.4. GacOuhorseCharge. admiral 44Distant Is learning-I the hard wa. It money o.. ape ha to do .was to '
26 Soon 23 Mohammedan 33 Bundles, as of 46 Network isn't Just a matter of dumping hang aroun coektIA In Waahinhton. o
s Chest bone sacred book y 47 Great Lake Joe Ryan. It's a matter of keep. and occasiol glance at the nWepapers., holler and ".u
0 Fcudiny 24 Hurt 38 Peculiarity 48 Distribute, a ing Ryan and some of the boys I dOn't blame the ptapets I blme military sl OU
including 25 Shower 40 Deprive of eards from taking the New yrip prem agents with axes to grlnd, who ma pub- aso thirlk,
wolves and 26 Eagle's nest weapons S 0 Food h. section of th' ter 1hMe ba ot' of bing if aa
YoMLre n uuot Ue ip r bac y ro I fl O' a.tetW AwItho
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At this minute no one in the Merely reading the 1 .11
AFL to leadership know just loa wiaeh a
what the Federation can do. 0r for. m i
One official has eVen thought wiathe M e g
of bringing in an ex-CIO lead- mentioned a"e .
er who has considerable stand- anels tt- l N
ing in the Italian community IN 3ni thurats ,'<
and might be able to lead It in teril M the Gena
revolt against the Mafia and pe lad a= 6 bw jP
the others. meadous s t 6ta
But that Is just one of man t turbo- ram
schemes which the AFP~ leader-
ship keeps conjuring up and re- ou IMO fWi .'- h
Jecting. None of them can work to a a c
Without Federal aid to crack the eIpute o a
political protection whieh has p1wer thIM
caked over the System In several W ma ma
decades. - &-.--.....-
the waterfront and n civic and
Joutnallstic life who shout
ainst the mobs, but neglect
pointing a finger at the potical
leaders who made the System

Ieaf alliance the Syndicate will .i"g W A
never be smashed. Otherwise itS
will be able to salvage parts of
the Lnphoremen'a Union for
its overall operation.
Control of the union Is vital
for two reason. First, t e
thought of attacking a union
frJightn o ff many an Investi- ,
gating n politco.
Back In the days when the
KefauWvr Committee ws Oprob-
ing the, New York docks, we
heard enatr men nor, while
Pc teiding over one hearing into
naoos smuggling. say:
I dom' want to leave the
impHIMg that there wa sn y all
ob ctt (to sargchinl suP e a
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the union Officials.P
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as Joe Ilyan, they llave every
indication of their readiness to ..lO.i "
coopeae, so t tat they seemed CaIL
to be m wry helpful."
Taind ti f 6aetor blamed
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Shipping & Air Line News

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e. a Keller Due Mere the great flow of tourists to Eu-
June 8 For Five-Day Stay rope because of the Coronation,
Helen Keller, world-famous according to Scholtz.
D.I teacher., author and lectur- He sees this as an indication
1 -Ilying around Latin Amer- that this year's record travel has
fI, bvan American World Air- a solid base land will continue
Wtya lSystem on an eight-we.,k to grow even faster in years to
trip to aid organizations for the come.
lind in five nations. -----------
118!e it scheduled to arrive in
liami June 8 from Lima and RUTH MILLETT Says....
remlAn here for five days. M .S
Wem Panama she will fly to
Mexico City, on June 13.
Miss Keller, who will be 73 I received this letter recently
years old June 27, will speak to from a very- unhappy girl:
udents in schools for the blind, I am 14 years Old and a fresh-
. 'well ai to faculties and stu- man iq high school. My mother
tents bof major universities. and father will not permit boys'
"Accompanied by her long-time to call me on the telephone or
companion. Polly Thomson, Miss let mnq go out with them.
K~pller is visiting Brazil, Chile, "The other grls in my soror-
terUi, Panamk and Mexico. They it have dates and boy coall
tum to the United States June them whenever they want to.
Miss Keller is to be an official They laugh at me because my
guest of the Brazilian and Chi- parents are so striet.
lean governments during br The boy I like is very, nice.
trip, w*tch will complete a sen. l h t-e ni
ries. of visits to every continent. mother telepho nesm#, m
mt~erwon't call me to the
PawagM officials Claims phone. Do you think my parents
Record Tzvel Scheduled are right to act like that?"
or Ts vel Sar eduled First of all, never forget this.
o T.Is Mav 12.- The biggest Your parents think they are do-
ur.st movement in South A- ing whAt is best for you.
erica's history will be taking If you will admit that to your-
lac. this, .yEA from June 15 self and to them, perhaps you
(igh August 15, it was reveal- can make them understand how
e hee by Panagra officials. you feel.
MCre than 950 persons on con TR R ATTTU AT
Jd to be travelling over the SEEM STERN
lipe's routes during this pe-
naddition to manhun While your parents may be
Smore who will bie travel- justified In thinking you. are too
riAtwdependently. young to be dating, they are be-
"his tour movement, the ting unusually strict in thinking
largest we have ever experienc- that couldn't be allowed to
56, is no mere accident," said talk boys on'the telephone, or
nes T. Scholtz, regional man- have them walk home from
^ofPanagra. school with: you, or to. go to
"Theres in tre~-tited State* t oh0l arti a with :a boy.
great deal mrw, iattete tha It tbems tb me your.mhould be
fver before o m-a th varEed allowed ia do all f those things
attractidrs of tenthe l eri- ai d that your parents are mak.
can countries. ad Panagra has, inga serIous mistake in not Let-
done- all possible to promotethis thiB yoU.
Interest." wouldd you persuade your mo-
"We have brought travel a- their to have a talk with your
gents from all ovwr. Nortlt Amer- school principal or one of your
lca down hers ta i.ow them teachers about the matter?
what South Americea 1t* td f- In the 'meantime remember
ter to tourists and we lV4Ve on- that you are too young to go
ucted ext e n sive advertising against your parents' wishes.
campaigns in the mott'lIMpor- The greatest danger to a girl in
tant newspapers and magazines yo situation is that she will
Irth tremendous circulations, deWy her parent secretly, and so
he continued. give them grounds for not trust-
"The efforts of the past r.
year are now showing their re- ThIt"Would be the worst thing
siuts and will continue to do so that you coulr do.
in the future."
Two important conventions
kire attracting large number of _
Worth Americans. one being the
Baptist Y0uth Conference and
the ogrtthljotrpatioIon-,VC
rerenfe 'SurseW. n a tion
many ie most important
travel*iIes in the United '
Staten onsoring conduct-
dt O oestsite da tthe av- |
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1pt South Amelicas W .
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a. expenditures in 'the differ-
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FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
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TO COLOMBIA, E'IADOR, PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "SALAVERRY" ........................... May 12th
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other vaccination methods. stage a benefit of "The sone
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Leave your Ad with one of our Age n: or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


Lewis Service


Sal6n de Beluz Americano


No. 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone -2291. and No. 55 Wat 12th Street


Morriaso's
Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse Refriger-
ator. Porcelain inside and out.
0763-H, Williamson Place.
FOR SALE:-% bed and mattress.
good condition, cheap. 58 Cuba
Avenue, Apt. No. I. Inquire after
6 p. m.
FOR SALE:-34 wooden bunk beds
without spring or mattress. House
;2155-A, phone 83-5200, Curun-
du.
:FOR SALE:-Youth bed, innerspring
$20.00; upholstered chairs $25.-
00 and $8.00; roller blinds; 25-
cycle lock; washing machine for
rts; miscellaneous. Shreck, 0211
Herrnck Road, Ancon.
:FOR SALE:-25 cycle oill porcelain
Wectinghouse refrigerator, 4 year
guarantee. one bedroom suite, set
of bamboo, mahogany livingroom
set, electric clocks. One dressing
table. 0809 Plonk St. Balboa, C
Z. Tel 2-3671.
FOR SALE--Refrigerator in Cocoli.
SHou.e 385-B. phone 2-1031.
FOR SALE: Mahogany Dressing
Table with bench, Swing with
cushions, wooden rocker, card
table. Electric fan, electric toaster
and msc. .articles. House 593-X,
Mindi Street Ancon near gas sta-
t or
Ttff' r-LL -G. E. Refrigerator 9 ft.
pc:crla.n inside and out, $80.00
Maytag washer, square aluminum,
I tub $120.00, both 25 cycle.
Woodstock typewriter standard
$25. 419,Portobellb Stj Ancont. .
FC' SALE:-Double bed innerspring
S : ass. reasonable. House 0860-
, r -andwer street. Tel. Balboa.


FC E.-I bedroom set, I sitting
r.c :et. I diningroom set, Prec-
t c-'. new, made by Cowes. Apply
4<;.i Si. No. 15. Upstairs. Phone
2-2 3._
FO. '. -Mahogany diningroom
..ot-type bed. Pa0one 3-0848.
F '_E.-Porcelain Westinghouse
re,. curator. Very good cjpdition,
.SO.3.0 5447-1. Diablo.
LOST & FOUND
5T:--Large tdol box left on side
?eef Glliard Highway in vicinity of
'Maren's Gardens, Corozal, be.
.itwen 6:00 to 6:30 P. M., Satur-
':;,y evening. Reward for return or
information. Lt. Johnson, Kobbe
, 2209, or Corozal 3122.1


FOR SALE
Real E f*
tWR SALE:-Bargarin itcun.
Story. Magnificent p86F y ing
,.of a lot of land, 2866 i:4o me.
ars. large wooden house gar-
..age. chicken coop, etc. Wl) atut.
ed. Via Cordoba No. 4i20. Pueblo
Nue n. ..

Balinese Women Woe
BIonses For Touristm
BUFFALO. N. Y. UP)...Mrs.
S0. Baga- Oka of a,
Bali, says tourist 89,
the Balinese an rWe=A
plex by their ata re
atroying an important lpirt of
1allna e culture.
Mrm. Oka, on tour of thq
United States with a amith-
Mundt leader specialist grant,
pd that "before the coming
of the gaping tr l.era, the
'Women of Ball dr l. In their
traditional manner."
"But now they wouldn't
think of appearing in public
without a blouse on" she added
deploring this departure from
pure Balinese culture."

WMgnolia Club Has
Prfactice Thesdy
The Magnolia Daqei Club
till conduct a practice lon at
the Pacific Clubhouse on Thura-
day night at 8. All epbers from
sister clubs are invitld to Mtend.
Music will be fuwnahd by
Martin and hia Orchestra.
MftertHteug
BENTON. 11. (UP)-Thievea
broke into the American Legion
clubhouse here and stole 30,
, then broke into the garaIge
next door and stole a getaway
Sear.


SEE THE NEW
ELECTROLUX
THE CLEANER YOU NEVER
HAVE TO EMPTY
SALES r CE


Crltoa. Drug Store
10.0W Melinder A : Pi.one 255 Col6n


Agenda terndional de Publicaco nes p gmd' i S A.


No. 3 Lottery Plaa Phone 2-3199


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:-1948 Nsh 600 Club
Coupe. Excellent condition. $700.
00 or best offer. Call Panama 3-
5404.
FOR SALE :-Vauxbwl IO. 4-dle
SedaM, w t wew ntins. dwe p-id,
in exedalent edlim. CB SOMet
y Huaictt S A. k It. 5Ik &
Central Ave. Tel. 800. glem.


FOR SALE:-1952 Chevrolpt 2'Dr.
Sedon with Power-glide, pew car
condition, also a 25 Cyl. Westing-
house refrigerator. Good working
condition, and venetIan blinds or
12 family house, and mirc. items.
Must sell by Thursday. Cal Balboa
2-3376 room 8 a. m. to 12 noon.


FOR SALE: 1947 Kaiser 4-door
Sedan, new paint and tis. Very
good condition. $425.00. Margo-
rita 8032, 2nd. Street. #bone 3-
1796.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Caue. Good
condition, radio. Phone 3-2445.
FOR SALE.-1935 Ford used parts.
Aluminum heads manlifld, good
tires, etc. Telephone Boelal 4279.


beforee buying ony model i.make of
cars, come and m usNe. 163 Via
Belisorio Porros, Sen Frpncisco.
Tel. 3-3238.


FOR SALE--Dodge truck, stake body,
I ton, 4 new tires. Perfect me-
chanical condition. Very economic-
al. Telephone 2-4902 "B" Avenue
No. 99. Panama.
FOR SALE:-1950 Studebaker Stor-
light Coupe. Excellent condition.
Muse sell immediately. Asking $1,
125. Inquire 62 Mexico Ave. Apt.
11.

FOR SALE
SBoats & Motor
FOR ,AE:--Marine EAgine, Chrys-
ler Ace, 87 HP 2 hm to I reduction
pear. Good condition. Now operat-
ing in 36 ft. Wheeler. Will dem-
onstrate. Phone 83-4295.

Help Wanted
WANTED:-Cook and Housekeeper
to work fer American family. Must
live in. Bring references to Apart-
ment 7-A, Edificio aduro_ Avepi-
do Ernesto A. Mora*Je EIt nrele.

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PhOb 3-2214 and 2-2798


MISCELLANEPISI


Do s boan I d mk p I. .
Wai Aleoheli An LempuOWis B-
am8 Anem. C. .L
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical C Ilic.
Central Avenue, K Street corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panaomoa.
A VISIT TO THE SAN MASI
ISLANDS! May 15. 6, 1-7 j
The trip of your life, and p'tly 50.
A Jungle Jim Jaunt thru the Pen-
ima Canal to Colon, San BlWg and
Porto Bello! First tour of -the r.
(Sponsored by hotel El P *. A
three day trip aboard "Peiaodem.'
Leave Balboa Friday 6 a. m.6 arrive
Colon 2:30 p. m., leave Colaa-98O30
p. m. for San Bias and Porto 5a.tl,
returning Colon Sunday afternoan
Through the Canal Monday 6 a. m.
returning to Balboa. Mels ate ed
by El Panama. Bring slkckal, ihlrtl,
bathing suit, jacket, fltp aend
spears for underwater fibing,
your camera and rolls of obr f i
Price of Canal Trip $10" Son 51.a
round trip from Colon $40; 1w
trip from Blolboa (Including .Canal
trip $50. Please mak* reservations
early through your Travel Agnt, o
Jungle Jim at Panama 3-1660. I


SPECIAL EXCURIIONI
FROM PANAMA TO MIXIWD
one way $85, round trip $135. (15
day-limit) $169.00. good owyear


Neiomne (AutMfablle Row). TeL
Penama 2-1655.

FOR SALE

FOR SALE:-Lg. Tricycle 7.50,
dump truck, $15.00, wicker chai
$5, wooden tabW $2.00. 2-2426.
FOR SALE:.-Linhof 4 x 5 press ca-
mera and other photo equipment,
2152-C, Curundu, telephone 83-
2185.


FOR SALE:-Notional HRO-50T Re-
ceiver, complete with 5 colls. De
Jur enlarger from 35 mnm to 2 'A
x 3 Va. Contact Prlimer and Timer
Fort Gck 88v532 or 88-252.


FOR SALt--PracZllly new. 2 men's*.
S units States-side, size 46, OtW[
Persian tmb fur coot e sU4
Priced for quick sole. Call GulkkI
, 88-839.


FOR l14 t-O boy's bicycle 24" VACA
W. 15.00. Bet sear novel to
3 for $10.00. Two 3 way floa bat
lamps. Two for $9.00. Kitchpt '-
utensils $6.00. Mahogany picture
frames, four for $2.50. 175-C.
Pedro Miguel.
FOR SALE: Double wooden bed
fra spring, innerspring mattress,
$15.00. 2-4344. ra

FOk SALE: Steel desk $20.00. st
Phik. 4-477, 206-B, Pedro Ml- puw
u .guu. -


RESORTS I
PHILLIPS Oceanside Corttages. Thc
only court in Santa Clara with anj
oceonview from all cottage. Step:
to beach, Rockgos refrigeration.
barbecue and shuffleboard. Pana-
mi 3-1877. Margarita 3-1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.


FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clara. Completely fumished.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Bring your linens. Phone Dagmar's
2-0170.
HOUSES ON MACH at Santa Clara,
also in COOL Cerro Campana
Mountain. Phone SHRAPNEL, BLl-
boa 1389.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages,
2 bedrooms, refrigerator, Rockgas
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, except
week-ends.
Gramlich Santa Clara beach-cot-
.. ta Electric icebeaxe g ova
moderate rates. Telephone 6-441
Gamboa; 4-567, Pedro Miguel.

FOR RENT
Houses


FOR RENT:-Nicely furnished chalet
near ocean, high-fenced swimming
pool, wks tied,a three bedroom,
two baths, parlor, diningrom,
kitchen, porch, maid'a 'roam an
both, two-car garage, nice furniture
throughout. Terms: One year re-
newable lease. Rent $250.00 per
month, payable six months in ad-
vance. Write for appointment Box
' 5043, Ancon, Canal Zone.
FOR RENT:-Fumrnished house. Liv-
ingroom, diningroom, 2 bedrooms,
kitchen, wash tubs, hot water.
No. 93 Via Espatio, besid "Radib
Miramar." 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom residence
diningroom, livingroom, office,
garage, etc. No. 16, 48th street,
Bello Vista. Telephone 3-3407.

FOR RENT


Aparment
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sar aooinsed tUuo De. d l 4th
lSese. Power Ad=* Po* tion Offered
AkunsS effective Jume SO, I Ift, '"" In : In Coal.
a i in -a s a.AWANTE: English-panih typist. Call after p.i4-139
u t agency I n Must wve- thorough 'knowledge of ter 4 m. 419
oo1mw a at h at l both languages and be familiar RENT...4 silhd apartment.
Ue assistant S tary' D.A l IB with t bulating accounting colum- tw. 'e Li_ .*skrl 2Uningeom,


tIhlIs ila by t -e Office of *statements. Write rBox 3105,'kaitj a rP Vitr, a has a,
nfenie Mobllusiness. and the Te reuna pack. autIful v. Cuba Avenue No.
adoption of threcommed b defe- u Lar 6uwa l n the g. 4th to floor,
DEPA Administrator James apartment -
DWverport. 9II9WS rtment


'mination of the Controlled CursnduVbs ENy AW 2 be

materials system." form of a track meet and picnic _.
A DEPA spOkeaman aab1 the *t the Club 20 property in Cu- NR T
oency now empoyS p ron. rundu on Saturday.
It had 200 workers at ft peak More than 40 boya took part In -- "-7 .
early last year. the track and fhad events and -
were witned by early a hun- -OR RENT: -- Co funihed room
DEPA was set up by former dred mother, fathers, alsters ana
Secretary Oscar L. Cha o n bomber'
Dec. 4, 1950, to represent the in halted the meet before all J 'Co57
electric power Industry in the the Nlduod events could be. 1
defense program. It bhashad compiled but did not dampen FOR -
three main functions: alloa. UthoN.prt of the boys when it O with
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"The Web," "A Doubl Life,"
"D.O.A.," "611 Ocean .fri" anad
"Two of a Kiod."
Although "N m In the -Dark"
finds him a criminal aglaie Is
only partially M atnue, t the
tart, a frontal lM0or=y brain
operation cuts him free rer his
criminal tendencies.
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ed up enough dther.roles to rate
him one of Rollywood'l tebt ver-
Aatile actors.
by Mrs. Florence Geddes an4
Mrs. Brown.
Tryouts For
Little Theatre Play
Tryouts will be held at the
Boy Bcot Shack in New Cris-
tobal Wednesday at 7:3) p.m.
for the next Little TAtre
Play, "Affairs of State." Mrs.
Henrietta Cheek will be the di-
rector. The play calls for a
cast of four men and two wom-
en.
Class For Volnteers For
Summer Program
Textile Painting will be
taught at Building No. 98, Coco
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workers whq wl be ,
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t at 9:00 a.m. Other classes Lclle H
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the demand. O
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The Oristobal Rebekah Club Hart.
m1 met at the home of Mrs. Phy- -
lb Turnet in the De Leseeps
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By CARL LUNDQUIST AMERICAN LEAGUE
Teams W L Pt.
NEW YORK, May 12 (UP)-The Cleveland In- New 1
dians begin their first eastern road trip with a two- Chicago 15
game series against the first place New York Yan- gon 1 i
Washington 11 4U A
kees tonight. st. Louls 10 12s
Philadelphia 10 13 .45
The Indians are In a spot In a bad cold and feels miserable. Detroit 9 19 .240
more ways than one. Both Al Both Boone and Rosen missed
Rosen and Ray Boone, who have Isat night's game In which the TODAY'S GAMES
been the club's chief long-ball Chicago White Sox gained a Detroit at Washington (N)
hitters to date, are ailing and seven-hit. 2 to 1 victory behind St. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
could miss tonight's game. And lefty Billy Pierce. Pierce thus Cleveland at New York (N)
trying to play without a long- became the first Amer i c a n Chicago at Boston (N)
ball hitter in Yankee Stadium League pitcher to win five
Is like playing mumble-peg games this year. He has lost TODAY'S PROBABLE
without a knife, one game. PITC*HES
Boone has a badly inflamed The defeat by ChieAit Detroit at Washington (N)-
knee and be is afraid It is a re- only knocked Clevelaaout *f arver (2-3) vs Marrero (1-21.
currency of trouble he had last first place bat confirmed set- s. Louis at Philadelphia (N)
year when he twisted it andI piclons by some of the Yan- HoUoman (1-1) va Shantz
was out of action in the stretch! kees, including Manager Ca- (3-2,.
run. Rosen has a stiff neck and sey Stengel, that the White Cleveland at New York (N)-
Sox and not the Indians may Wynn (3-0v vs Ford (2-0).
be their most persistent chal- Chicago at Boston (Ni-Dob-
| lengers In their bid for a fifth son (2-2) vs Parnell (4-0).
straight flag.
The evidence in favor of the TESTERDAYIS RESULTS
White Box i s strong, too, n view Night Game
of events to date. The Whit
nA 1 fl A A Sox beat the Yankees t in Chicago 000 010 010-2 8 0
the only two games they have Cleveland 000 000 100-1 7 0
ains played, and they now have two Pierce (5-1) and Lollar.
victories out of three over Lemon (3-3) and Began.
tourne ro n Cleveland. Moreover, the Yan- __
n ekee "dynamWn ited" Cleveland Only game scheduled.
TourneIy Cro ni II to 1, In their only meeting -
to date. I NATIONAL LEAGUE
-- The White Box beat Bob Lem- Team W L Pet.
MacMurray and Driggins teed on, who generally has been rat- Brooklyn 14 7 A67
off on Sunday In bright sun- ed this year as the number onte Philadelphia 13 7 .50
shine at Oamboa to determine Cleveland moundamman. to a- MUlwaukee 11 7 .11
the 1913 Pan American Airways venge an opening day defeat in St. Louis 10 a AS
Tournament Champ, and they which he held them to one hit. New York 10 12 455
finished in a tropical deluge, It was his third defeatagainst Pittsburgh 9 13 .40
but the rain did not dampen three wins. Pierce missed a Chicago 6 12 .333
the enthusiasm of the spectators shutout when. lobby Avila hit Cincinnati & 12 .2
r th engolfers a seventh-Iingn homer to tie
or he good sized crowd that the count at-1. Al Carrasquel TODAY'S GAME
had followed the golfers drove in Oreste Miioso with a Brooklyn at Chicago
through 27 holes were not going double in the eighth for the Pittsburgh at Cincinnat (N)
to be denied the privilege of winning run. There were no New York at Milwaukee (N)
witnessing the winner by a lit- other games except some exhl- Philadelphia at St. Louis (N)
tie rain, and when the gladla- bitions. --
tors departed for their last nine Lopes said he would use Early TODAY'S PROBABLE
holes, the gallery followed, wet Wynn, who has a 3-0 record, in PITCHERS
iul te and out. the er against the Yankees. Brooklyn at Chicago Meyer
Atthe end of the first nine Stene will go along with his (2-11 or Wade (2-0) vs Bacxer
bqlo.Johnby Wias two under par kid star, Whitey Ford, who (1-31.
ad his bodle on 9 put him 2 pitched last Tuesday's victory Pittsburgh at Cincinnati (N)
He picked up two additional In Cleveland. -LaPalme (1-21 vs Erautt (0-0)
0e on .10 and 11. Drigglns In other games In the Amer- or Johnson (0-0).
seeWd to gain his second wind lean, all at night, Detroit is at New York at Milwaukee (N)-
sid UIrt his jlttera.,He won the Washington, St. Louis at Phila- Connelly (0-0) vs Bekford
i 4 oles to draw even but delphla, and Chicago at Boston. (0-2.


ie a Igl t on 14 must have made In the NatoDal tare
J .ad as he turned at C la teinAd re
won the next 4 holes With
end of 18 Drigl nPittaburgh t Cd
The score remained Philadelpl at .
at the end of the o0o-
Yesterday's Star Lefty
IeY topped Al arrinen Billy ieree.of the White Sox
Second flight, and te hi see--bit 2-1 victory
eased by Press Trim OWv Cl velad that made him
d flight. Sergsaft the Amaesi s first five
sand. Bean and Colonelsgme winner.
a 9d Tylor fought moat
duel in the rain. Their
were very close, Bean Sta* U 'Agitaon
: lor the winners.
CS. Lwry proved that he is PENN YAN, N. I. (UP) In-
asoo a golfer as he Is a terest Is mounting throughout
surgeon when he brought his central New York for establish-
muh younger Navy opponent, ment of a state park at Lake
J. M IKnight. n. 40 up and 9 to Keuka in the Pinger Lakes re-
go .' glon. Proponents of the park say
L. de La 1a and Geo. the site's natural advantages, in-
Navqy downed- N Clark and eluding 30 acres of level lake
neset Diley to' conclude the front, 2,000 feet of shoreline, a
golfiog cttf .: rugged glen,. a waterfall nearly
Xd. rett of Pan Americaa 100 feet high, and acres of for-
Alrw*# presented the prlses t heated hillside make the location
t A oon cocktail party. Ideal.


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Stephens,
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1Star In Swimminng Meet H
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.aturday morning at the Ga- SM Id. Back Stroke (6) a
tul0 Swimming pool fifty-four I-Aro,'(C; 2--berenz, (B);
Junior High top natators from .-Rosale. Time: 37.7. 8 b
SBalboa. and (Cristobal plabsad 5 Yd. Back Stroke (G) Ch
and dlued for two houft .one 1--myser, (B); Cheek. (C); C
of the beat and most htly con- 1Time 4.6. 1
tesesd.swim meets held In mod- rrI
e ye a n 75 Yd. Ind. Medley (B1) AY
OUa is an individual meet 1-Ryter, (B); 2-Morris, (B) a'
' attteam points are not tabU- 3-Cox, (C). Time 54.5.Av
laUe *ut the pqwerful .B boa 75 Id. Ind. Medley (U) to
teaa placed .twenty e v e n 1-Ebereas, (B); Rachel fa-
awligeaa in te win e o del. (C); MUlllga, (B). Tl:
shd while Cristobal ered 1:04.4. -
tW Spots. Yd. Breat stroke (3)
"Igel the Balboa fre style 1-Nahmad, (3); -4uther-
ae lad the boys with points, land, (B); 3- ra, (B). Ime: (3
vtwmIng the 25 and 100 yard 42.6.
free style and swimming a let &M Yd. Breast stroke (B) M
of the 100 yd Relay team that 1-Ryter, (B); 2-Morris, (By; I
placed second. 3--Cox, (C). Time: 40.5.
Grace Argo one of the most| M yd. Breaskstroke (0)
promising Cristobal swimmers I-Taylbr, (B); 2--barlow,
d the girls with 15 points by (B; 3-Flenlnken, (0). Time:.
nature of taking firssa in S 0 47.6.
yard breast stroke and 100 yard 100 d. Free tyle (B) A
style and she swam on the win- 1-seigel, (Br; 2-tlackburn,
Ding 100 yard girls relay team. (B,; 3-Farran, (B). Time: 1-- A
In a couple of close diving 01.5.
contests Whalen of Balboa 1N Yd. Style (G) A
nosed out his team mate Sears 1-Argo, (C); A-Engsike, (Bi
by, less than one pointCroft., 3-myser, (B). Time 1:21.9. B
Crisotbal boy diver V less i*n* I Relay (B)
one lint behind SearsI. -Whittaker lIowe
W'grle the Iwo Radel aMer of Ramsey (C Ds
width Roseb her b 57.1...
for the first me. ( .
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a. Ramsey 7 sig
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HOLILYWOOD, May 12 (U
Temperamental Mario La
and MOM studios have set
their "differences by mu
agreement" with the tenor
10g the studio -the right to
his recordings of "The Stud
Prince" score in a motion
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score which was sung by him 7 ch I9aW
will be ued in a future film,
nd other actKarilln thelay the WASHINGTON. May 12 (UP) viet Russia's attitude since Wta2- astid& the Rdailans b?.*al.,l.g
round Romber musical," MGM -Th.? United States shied away in's death than tep AmqercUas edIelr ojeactg. .. .
said Rombertoday from Prime Minister Win- are, they said. Meanwhile, t MotsowhM g e
said. ston Churchill's propoltl that dllo ts bt ed tda Bo- ft
A check at federal court showed leading world powers hold a top U.S. officials feel that despite v e .
ckuat frdeisal courtshowed level Cold War conference. the so-called Soviet "ueuaM t- Q S4 W'callor SI U, h
nosuitwas requested, for today f the Diplomatic officials said the fenslve" nothing has happened serbt meet of wodd w I
uit wa requetedtoday. Western powers would be on the world scene to demon- on West-Zast dRfterIewuc t
wasting time and possibly
al Tailr courting trouble by entering
US Naval iTanker into East-West negotiations
without first getting real evi- as U nte n *
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T TaVke A bor wants peace. They solid there "..
has been no sudh evidence so | I
Red-Bound Jet Fuel far. Leave MOSCOW For
Congressional reaction to theVf or
"SG OChurchill proposal was mixed. *
BINGAPORE, May 12 (UP)- Leading Republicans were un- o ---
The United States naval tanker enthusiastic or openly opposed
Cahxba was scheduled today to to the idea. But some Democrats MOSCOW, May 12 (UP) aegt, and five )4etod. mis-
start taking off the 10,000 tons said it was "worth trying." Seven American internees from oarles--Nellie 4rka
of Rumanian jet fuel oil, which Both the White House and North Korea left today in an Anders Chrtian
the Finnish tanker Wilma was State Department withhold for- American Skymaster plane for ROts.er. B h.
originally carrying to Red Chi- mal comment. Berlin and from there to the and Lawrece A-, .
na. Officials said the Eisenhower United States. All sev U ,WO
administration had made its po- They were seen off by Ambas- ray overcoat S
The transfer was scheduled to sition clear previously and there sador Charles Bohlen and mem- and wre bet
take place 25 miles off inga- was no reason to restate it. bers of his staff. Brr
pore in international waters, of- In a major foreign policy ad- The seven, who had been in- cae through ] ati th.
tic.gal sources revealed here. dress before the American Socie- turned in North Korea since the Th d worn ia Wu in.
ty of Newspaper Editors last start of the war, arrived here int ,eot..
It was also revealed that the month, President Eisenhower yesterday by Trans-Siberian rail- .
United States government is challenged Russia's new leaders way. They looked healthy and re- ti 'sa i 2 h
buying the entire cargo, to prove their will for peace with ported they felt fine. Cianu r '-"S- H
Official figures set the cargo 'deeds." They had had little or no news
at more than 10,000 tons despite He said the Xresalia could of the outside world and learned later wh the .
earlier reports the Wilma car- demonstrate sincerity by' for the first time of Bohlen's ap- entered war.
rid .only 7 .500 The cargo is agreeing to an armistlee in pointment as ambassador when Ther ald there was m at- .
Wrth Approximately $400,000. Korea as a first step. He ladl- he met them at Yaroslavl sta- tempt to interfere lwth relualos
arrived here Feb- cated that the United States tion. worship.
Wiaty t!the 'enter of a world- would then be ready for nego- For the entire period of their'
w e et ersy. tiations on other problems, in- internment the Americans did tJeeln, of 'VOew "-C*nmwlI
A Mival source said it would eluding disarmament, not receive a single niebtage from Pa. sl Ibalf of the e
take a t 16 hours to transfer American officials conceded their families. they eagerly read OUr Iin a p mresrtawaenei 3 1
t6-e hto the U.8. tanker which that there is a difference of the messages waiting for them -"w want the 1Atolain s "
-wb lobablty leave early to- opinion between the two gov- here. Chls .K nL.
almorow. ernments, but they said it In not The internees were William that we deeply
a "great split." Booth. a Catholic missionary; oErtfeyn inr
Press staff correspond- Churchill is simply more op- Lo U I. Danm, a former Civilian a trip ew
SW spotted the timistic about the change in So- employee of the State Depart-
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identlfleation f cult due to congiant After Ore Freighter Sinks So***te a
-arbor authorities and police In the seod, O am a W 1
sad no harbor boats would be o 191, to Augusk 4S, pUtO .W
Wrmted near the two tankers, PORT ARTHUR. Ont., May 12 Ccst Guardsmen said it relative stability th
that apermen, UP)-Hope dimmed today for might be days or weeks before Koreans were
j. six men missing in the sinking the bodies of any mising men
the area o the trana- of the freighter Henry Stein- who were drowned floated t the e third Wo
brenner off the Rock of Ages in surface or washed ashore. took'over M a *
Lake Superior. The 52-year-old ore carrier condition were l adly .
Shi'bs a 'lTride' There were 15 known survivors foundered and sank in 10 min- Jaen added:
and 10 known dead of the 31- utes yesterday when a 50-mile- "I want yei. and all of .the Oa
Wednasedy, May 13 man crew. The Coast Guard cut- an-hour gale, with gusts up to Amican peo*H. to know that 1i1
ter Woodrush from Duluth was 70 miles an hour, ripped off duriOg the pi" pewriald of bo- de
migh Low still sweeping the area today in batch covers and washed 20-foot ternment we acted lie iood
s:9 ............ 9:45 an. a search for survivors of yester- waves into the hold. Americans. At BO time wlate on
f4p. .......... 10:12 p.m. day's disaster. The master of the 427-foot didwe compeoaMs our tPind' o
________________ ghter. Capt. Albert Stiglin, Pies."
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INs tine to give the order to II
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dcaing the following winter and
put back into service.
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Minm, Sault Ste. Marie. Mich..
and Port Arthur. Ont., braved
the churning waters to search
for survivors. Other freighters
in the area also joined the
search,
SkWdper-Robert F. Leng of the
fr r Joseph Thompson re-
por by adophone that he
was 1odrd for Detroit with five
u nafam survivors, including
8tig ,l.,And expected to arrive
ter 4 a.m. tomorrow. He
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was known to be dead. Leng said
Stirlin wa "IW a state of shock."
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abandon g ship after the seas
pound Into the op.n hatches.
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