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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
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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.
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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: AA00010883:01595
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iMPimL .Ky.. May 16
yearid paratroop
d a 1,000-foot
parachute failed to
Army off cials
A. Thompson,.
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n'Ahad mrved nearly two
yQ i of a 10-iar sentence aft-
er is conviction as a "spy" July
4. 1.9
Moat of the time he had been
knot Incommunicado in his cell.
e Czechoslovak Reds osten-
sibly freed Oatis because of a
pentonal olea written by his wife
last November to the late Pres-
idet Klement Gottwald.
I teaUly it is atwpeted asi
a ~ummast eM-wiU' gs--
t1!h- _lO al d by the
p i ==*- *give
t wanted Statesm.n0 of the
"Preasi t Dwight D.
E-Bahower seeks that there
wWhe dleods behind the words
of Wer "peace offensive."
choslovak Premier Vilem
E Ir k informed Wadsworth
s8 6fday afternoon that they
in ded to free Oats. 'Wads-
wr notified the State Depart-
St. Paul, MIaL4 Oatias'
wife R aso her .ay and
re ef today th4 her "prely
nal" letter -o p Commuu-
alist ru!er had her hus-
band in Prague. lodIovakia.
,Urs. Ostis, 2. 0, he was
"very glad whem 6M that Oa-
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that her long ordeal was ovea
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she smiled, "I'm de
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grateafl" to newsmen a
time later.
Laurabelle Oathl didn't d
that she was proud It was r
letter to the late Klement
wald that was the ocoasloatt
her husband's release. But
mglht well have done so.'
The State Department eh-
firmed Zapotocky's action at
night after Radio Moscow l1-
ready had broken the news th a
surprised and gratified free
world.
But It declined to shed any
light whatever on what lay
behind the Communists' a.
brupt eluche of heart, partU.
'uiarly whether the Unitod
States has made any deal to
lift the trade and other re-
strietles it imposed oa Dseek-
oesovaklu alter Oatis' lamwg-
ement.
A department spokesman aid
merely that Wadsworth was no-
tified officially of the pardon
yesterday driMng an interview
with the Czech prime minister
and that he had reported la a
brief message that the petla=
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SEOUL. May 16 (UP) Amer- tie-line as Communist Chinee
an fighter pilots shot down 11 hit several United Nations out-
hig-15's and damaged six otbhrs posts with savage attacks.
m. wild dog fights over North The Sabre jet victories were
orea today as the war erupted racked up In northwest Korea ae
lolently in the air and on 4the the Soviet-built jet fighters tried
round. to break through *o attack the
American and Imth Krean fighter-bombers blasting tjWe
imantrymen killed or wounded training center.
ale Communist ~ ns i hurl- Capt. Joseph McConnell, of
m back 400att gChinese Apple Valley. Calif., shot down
long the central front. his 12th MIO to come within pe
Paced by 'iL LSabre- "kill" of the MIG destruction 4e.
its. fighter W treated up cord held by Capt. ManuelJ.
ad down' MW l, from dawn Fernandez, Jr., Miami FLa.
o dusk. eaFnl Red jets One of the destruction tlalf
henever f u to do bat. Friday went to Col. John W. M10
I. chell. Enid, Miss.
Sabre jt barm
The toll atji s mount- jets and Meteors
Bamrig lfl5abre- the Chlnnaimp ta et
talan^SMKotean dawn to dusk du4t
loads ,of high expr'vIs
SMI6 United napalm fire bomb. Th
Spound- strayed approximatey
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SIar Fo Sudthdains Street: threehams on
O.the toWn ,k Is Magoon Street; and 16 houses
"acledU1W, t. fall located in various partsof the
4'. t1 i" 6 den 4appelat- 4 ? istown. Group al ib
cw "Oof can:Of more tan one howe*..
theus Generally, the eontrai r
be co and w rv h then be given 75 daYs withla I
t.o e The pet .' 7 to complete demolition e I
the Only the sh Bmixll .r notice of award lIn given. All
'4,ircIraft,4 p. I eany tthe buNdings being offered for
a eld enting the a f Ame for the these sale are two-story frame strU- .
ltary plan a West- buldtpa. t of tures with corrugated iron rdofs.
S the W rby thate u Sep NUREMBERG, May 16 (UP) American n
ti bell e t r rt U ttemala had ,recommended vacated ber thi middle of William N. Oatis returned to freedom in the West 1
*ated d l iW e that the US semll o mry planes August. a I dy after 22 months imprisonment a Prague Co
l iid tr.. tto that couapt9ry, asked for Two I the 12-family tn a e Com
... s .. comment, General re- apartme UI hajve al- a jl and said he felt "greet."
b ed pledat wo- raly -,e b b e a l / The tall. 39-year-old correspondent was released
S r matter -for me io Depart- prl to way .r new expectedly by the Czechs at To 0 .m. Prague time tod
rt -M a at.otd to de the ten. oA contract ULd t (ue- od crossed the frontier into the U.S. zone of Germ
p- out what., toldto Unde tr the 0a d n it ed States mbassypored W i S embassy car early this afternoon. 1
d t o dd 2 dsi-tart lane was reported 56t .
St t a rl w today at Lydda Air Asked how he felt as he stepped for the first time q
S~ ...... -"eandeber g- "aatile ert" ad .s0ece suspncted Co r f seil west of the Iron Curtain, Oatis grinned and ",,4
1114 5i & S n g :. .} llj l d S1 fe e l tre t a r. p lMc e
SrbTIsa. eleortnote. the incident, said Oatis reached the frontier at Waidhaus soon aft#
-r e put- tn number of -rrests already had 2 p.m. and after clearance by Czech and German board *
u 011bta questions in Plice sai they believed Comr- authorities headed towards Neremberg at 3:05 p.m. '
S Ute* recent vi protestinhere of t the Oatis, who had become a sym- Al she wants now. she said
Sreet visit here of U. S. Secret wl throughout the Western to have him back home "as a m
rvdd 0r.9StateJohnrastero of the hatred of commu- aspibi
werole reaponsdble. Urm ecedented nlm for a free press, was re- h small, dark-haire( waW-
al polee and arMy prcautonary leased by decree of Czechoslo- an fought to keep her self loa
MDmR.s n'rer prerntL 2Cormmunist vak Ominaist Preident An- trol during the 1 hours
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NOW HE KNOWiS-B11ndidnee birth, Michael Gol d
Irwoklyn, "sees" a limb for the first time in his life. B e
rip to the Wonderland Farm Zoo in New York with a group
0 other blind children, the only lamb Michael knew was in g
poem "Mary Had a Little Lamb." .


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t RetOer said that sd long as
tse tans were the aggres-
A can labor would sup-
ttremament for ourselves
and the free World. Reuther al-
o eat a copy to the United
tats. Information Service
auartrs in Tokyo.
''h' Soh0 labor crowd was
not. ctly ppy over Reu-
ther tort. Takano published
the others. But not Reuther's.
And t's absolutely vital to
, ote at tis moment of Sir Win-
stim karhlrl's move to get
. in s a last-West parley
with the Soviets, that when
Sir Vhisent Tewson, leader of
the' iMltlh labor movement,
lhard of Reuther's anti-Sov-
eot note, he cabled Takano
net to publish It.
But, you may say, we always
,h"te our.-own information serv-
i o. Yet this bureau In Tokyo
also killed the CIO chief's let-
ter.
Why? This column doesn't
Impugn the U.S. Information
Service's loyalty, Just its saga-
city, It feared bucking the Soh-
yo, although the Japanese labor
chiefs are not that tender with
us.
The Japanese unionists get on
the N se air and broad-
cast a s on our efforts to
save Korean democracy on our
army, on our occupation-and
on our efforts to help Japan
rearm so it can be an ally If
the -Russans really move.
All right. Let'; not be beastsy
with thede fellows. We can al-
ways start again at Guadal-
caal.


know the sour on all th.. .1 forgot to put l
the AI temelyps that the Oen. ,oyt VadI*,- .te.
berg reanae succeededd by Gen. Twynlg)
story on' 8 w yours as far back as Aut 1 I
Ne, Tb yo "If Vandenberg quits, 06 all t
N. T ma inherit his poet at the Penta- TYO
gon".. 'w "b ksrW" with the Broadway ex-eon Dn
chased ou f ruv y Bl i (after your warning An
to the poleMteW I isnot a banking exeo. ac- Moyd
cording So a big 6t Ava stano. I have scads more. A.Ne
On the Ada y w *k teat Mrs. Tuller, the "wi
widow of the publiser of the White Plains 4e- TAe
porter left .the Runyon Fund *00,000 we also nly
got aotherwUll (the 146th) for $100 from the LouA
late Stbal Q'Del of Greenville, Ohio...Mrs. Tul- e
ler left M8I40G M a bequests, We rec'd the top
sum. $1,0 each went to American Cancer g ihos
clety and ,Hart. We O ave bit the 7V,' million a d
mark... ste en. Tempkmn (who tion,
authorized ll to prome earity rackets)
dropped a bllua gi you for exposing his Sen- 'l
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isIs YoUN ,ORUM- THE RIA, S OW- COLUMN Ing Red -un.
While we've focused ow# At* a m p .. W; M
i tention o the Koresn tce

r etnbu-_ 1 r W 'o atheth m n a e te G,
0 oreaus have smuggled mi moa as o f lh N e c 1! ,.,, A . "
d o o 8 dollars (in gold and 049 o ; 'e' I the"J

The Mailo Box is an open forum for readers of The Panama Amer.vrtible opium, sentdtetl to
an. Letters are received gratefully and are handled inr a wholly censI- the Nipp ones Commuit'" "silr-
"nl manner. ty) and thousands of a .eer- s o
if you m contribute a letter don't be impatient It it doesn't appear t e cover agents nto .
text iday. Letter are published in the order received. it n a paid offfor-
Fioase try to keep the letters limited toa one pseg length. S succfnul has this .ra-dab
Identify of letter writers is held In strictest coenidence. ton 0 Infiltration been ul s thei -
I This newspaper essumes no responsibility for statements as eopinlen Soviet undercover. "a pp t att.-"
xpressed in letters from readers. now dominatesh the massive
- Japan Federation of Labqr to Prnm,
BEFORE -AND AFTER THE SHOW the point where ithu become tima mMln
Eisenhower propagands front.eahe',
: Through *oAtrol ofet this 1*- The'"
Theatre, what does it mean? For many of us, it's another bor federation, So h the
m ns of entertainment; a chance to get out of the house at Soviets can Nip.3alse
night; a chance to dress up, meet a few of the old gang, have a ponese islands byt-us
dznk. and discuss openly the work of someone else... But then. railroad schedales,-m elm
t ee is the other side .. the actor, director, stage manager of Ing, oal digging, eleetr t elW- fa t is thpt a brrh3
the -articulor show at the theatre. er production and t*e has wst.~ "e-- fact is wony mu-h ASSSSS bt .
Just what does theatre mean to them? Take men like Roy constructionand mal ntneace, S -
ickenhaus, Len Worcester and Bob Loggia, who after an eight- o Aeric's 0 br up p te w
h4ur day at their individual offices, rush home, shower, slhave, which pivots our eatir*e ..
htrry through their dinners. rind then attend and eight o'clock a renuth In the OrlentO. 07'8L1 O N
r earsal at El Panmd Hotel.. The location is thb finest. but T arrogant Is this Operation .oT Y TSID .LOOK tt .l
it still the same story: hour upon hour, day after day of "do Infiltration that the Japanese h son why atOmic e eh lI th
tIis. don't do that...this turn is right, that one Is;wrong...tay Communists now publishsndoar. rabn 1_0Hio let Uo
Scharacter... faster, that's itl... it's coming... faster, faster, maganes and newspapers, op- tur i
f str till one thinks that one is gointn to explode. enly anti-American. A 1I
Is this the clamorous theatre that makes matinee idols? Is Bo nose-thumbing an opera-M o.I0nsbt been a .l .I
tis the thinr that others send their lives doing? If I hadn't t on is it that part n s me- ewt 'r NO A
" orn Yesterdav" after one of. those grueling rehearsals, and /berlcan strength consists of tt aal United S ntats Mit a' a
h n't been invited to a drink afterwards, I would have answer- publication of the "People's to-rl bis op VMu tot tbh e u a
e that question With a big "no." hen lice," aimed at influe tIdng the vy t to nr
SHindi Diqmond, for instance has a 'part that took her hours Japanese police force, Which we .h ten p oIis down aitoo darseos the Ah
o serious study for the lines alone, but she seems more thrilled The rebuilt .....t. heLh ht nof a po ive bg ab.
I the part than most theatre-voers do after seeing a too-noteh The Reds also publish the o.In other worfd a the uniflois .t :f
p rforminne. The n'rht that I attended a rehearsal, Davis. DI- .4100r," designed toheri-t' aeart
rI tor of Born Yesferday, had Mrs. Diamond do one crass on disaffect the Japanese National- UPlto the Army SIBHaU1i .os'-t'up on a
sago e ten times before he got exactly what be Wapted and, in- $aftey Corps (the arm, which St a ren u* .
sad of a tired, bedraggled actress, she asked if she could take We rebuilt, and the. "Tourist," PrsIi' a A, .atH e wrtaAasadI te.i.= ay whela
ti e to try the cross just once more, this time to be sure of her- distributed among our own t01 .l l at
The rehearsal ended and we all journeved to the Balboa Behind this drive, as in all isp the shels
I~ r a nightcap...it was at thst tim e that I got a chrndid' idea bof otr e e lo al soviet ca mpaign s, ,S $1 tAtGs h e lls.l ii k ept a e W .1
What theatre means to the director, actor and stage manager: ar the Russian dominated la- the eArmyMU M eth e bW
ny, many hours of hard work...short tempers, but. like a bor unions. The Communists I reckon the nation's sae for another year, in wih li. Stanley Harrts, now of the Wash- I
tthematical equation, it all added together, and the perfornM. Control the Sohyo, in turn, since Friend Ford Prick, the Oalahad .of baseball; ingtin Seator as then used to _l .VS,
he, t he doers, haa a tlus ouantit y of a eotega emnt u der tee s to have our own p ica yune h as sued a s trn ijunc t on ag t te g me m o l a of the M e srs. S oThig ilgh t t .
t ending and excellence. So, I slipped badk into my .sport coat. propaganda operation, the U- of hearts at high fee, and hs warned In a Voice Arch &ld, Buck O'Nelllu Francis. Shth and atomicl tih.
d my "au revoirs." left Paul the company of the envied. and united states Information Serv- ofe doom that gambling iswwced o ar bar oiayers. R. C. RuIL ... oruckOol, a amntot.U Pl A-
r turned to my stately life of just plain me, waiting for May-20th ice; .butaloed and confused. Commissioner Frick, w does not lWk nearly But If I were Ford Frtkk I wouldpu tanaiAor d at ann W
-,the excuse to get out of the house, meet some of the old gang,. Here's why: so stern as old Jedge Landis, nor even Happy on this lTrria, a real reyrepreeble hearts li a cannon
hfve a drink, and discuss the work of 'someone else. fitly the ohyo president, Chandler, has declared himasl against games of lsr .who drowned his disilual.ament over a Air IForce and
a man named Takano, dispatch- chance for high stakes, an despeclally against Diff's Cubans by getting even in thievenag aswell.crt a bo
Wiser, ed a written appeal to world chance for high stakes, and especially against Nobody cap be that od ." s.
.oe. labor leaders to join his federal cookies. t if m Mr. Prick I wllnotworyto much
.rmton in an InterInational "peace' This deplorable state of Monte Carlo derrlinig- about excessive abig amo 4als -fl -, be. '
drive. In Takano's j a r g o n do, which aroused Mr. Prick's official cOncfMb, nless base 1 players v c g. _. rest.
"peace" is a dirty word. It comes as a result of pregnant rumor thst the a the experience acute agony a pr.-
means appeasement, young farmhands are outdistaneing themselves t ahd (used td be a nickel, but mao w. rnyt
Takano received a reply from in clubhouse games of parcheesl or whatever they lon's he T ie Arer
the Chu Seh Pan, a littlese ma lay these days. ferstuneblvor cannon
chomf, h seh fan, a sittre m It h gotten so aniful,& ikmbl i fever*it, a) p norb aibee =
who mooched free meals from |hat one rookie lost his ;dmt, It eck ($3 ) and -
American labor leaders back in ut Inr to the club p ealdent An a oti an of aty aberish 4f-
Smm scre and gossp. 2e hat ofomuno W 12.75. Thy will p
There weretalso replies from I 'notice with particulap1 that Mr. LeOc end
he d as Durocher of the GOlants has raised a special in- a n th d^ 7 le
The Itt was jgnoredunctioh against gambling odd sociation wit' a b.-kb etat a tra= t Ia w 0 W 1a r
ii bohieWith because itgamblino. t
d, the subtle of a pie-in- house, hotel or on trin, was pld.l "ae allows ry t th o te pla t, because
ithe-face a anPwas actually a card-playing for small stakes. The players don't cansda call for concentration. o.
snide attac on President visit any gambling places, to my knowhlp.e" r e the a
senhoWer. However, somebody This particular t o nobility' is not n th No wr to n Prk: mr, r a
I nthe State Dept. urged our leat surp1ing. Mr. Durocher has suffe s= awfulssooatiUonsUthaMn mta$tiIt. 4ith'osroeowr l,
ople to send along a "real dreadfully trou1 evil association, Lie the all d i to poress 'to fUall OII eto b .o.l.b .
ot reply." Walter Reuther did time he got set down for having gamblers in his e is a pace in W rI.a .
Just that. The Sohyo letter had box in spring train t wI wih a coa
ed Mr. enhower for say- I do not even like uorthink of how all this huo ie. uad Mr. w ri:
Ing that Asians should be fight- reacted on a Mr. Chuck Dreagen, a hqrse-ple r a s it gla....,
Asians in this war of liber- of t and M, Rogers Horasby wasu notI wONld wat mysa r.ft
ato.extensively. you o might eve 0 toA t mla-hs
Reuther pointed out to the I will not so into the viciousness of thd hearts Wfhen nf
either pointed out to the games in Or ando, Fla., in the old days whe a a ,atat. gt y-
Jad e that it waas Russia Mr. Philip Berger entertained a clIp operdllU b body a bad sme, ,. ,to .w.
who were responsible for the """A:r
killing of Asians -in Korea,
where Red Chinese troops
were killing South Koreans,
uAd in Indo-China, where I
were massacring the Asians

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HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- secretary for years. Ruby Good- oy L s
ChWtively yours: Marion BramniO win, will writ:! Hattle's life sto ry FREIa HT AiD UASSENER i E
iitrlstung again about the gaga lor Doubleday.... The Aga FA'T FREIGHT, AAD rASSENOER SE
ab4 jokes in circulation acout Khan's autobiography, due early BETWEEN EUM0PE AND WEST CO
1i1W. Labeling most of them un- in 19-, will touch on his memo- 'F .
true, he's growlin g: ries of.Queen Victoria. But the' OF S T AMRICA
PI came out to Hollywood and public. I'm sure, will buy the TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PIRU AND
=aide the mistake of talking cook lor his memories of Rita
*bout my personal life. So they Hayworth. M.V. "SANTANDER" .......................
Made me a local joke. I'm no S.S. "FLAMENCO" ..........................
saewel. I was always robust in TELEVISION TALK TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA. K
ms. But I don't we.r elephant-, Hollywood on TV: Red Skelton HAVANA, NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORI
hair earrings and ride brooms." and CB8 are having interesting SANTANDER AND LA PALLICE
Financial talks. Red's heart be-
,Now it can be told that John- longs to NBC. but when the blue M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (18,I Tons)
ni: Ray was hoping to get the chips pile up, sentiment's usually TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
rtle of Mr. Davidson opposite Ri- forgotten.... Marilyn M xwell
tq Hayworth in xMiss Sadie and Eva Gabor will star In two M.V. "SARMIENTO" ........................
Tfiompson." He even rhecarsed episodes of a telefilm series, S.S. "KNUTA .............................
th: part frantic,.:lly and hit a "Paris Model." An at-home peep ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMEI
rit'w high in wailing when Jose show?... Paramount's watching
Ferrer landed the part. Red Buttons' career for a posi- TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
ble movie contract. He was at TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M11-rio L,.nza', career troubles RKO three years ago, but the S.S. "LOCH AVON" ............................
ijperentLy oon' include money. front office said. "No talent." i S.S. "DUIVENDYK" ...........................
lHt s paying $150ZP a month lor a, TO UK/CONTINENT
Palm Springs manse with three The Amos 'n' Andy film series, K/CONTINENT
astr!vants, keeps a Hollywood offered for syndication for the' S.S. "PAMPAS" ..............................
home going and also maintains fist time to Iidividikal stations.! M.V. "DALERDYK" .........................
sihome for his parents.... Beet- hit $500,000 in sales in the first
syWynn is telling pals that she's 24 houts... Denls Day's rating;. All ailings subject to Change Without N]
b kc and neerlds a job. Ex-hus- since he changed the format of
band Keenen Wynn. who step-. his show has leaped from 6.4 a- rAtlFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cristobal
Ped aside when Bcetsy wanted to year ago to 31 as of today. pOR) CO INC. ImA MA-Ave. Per. sT. Tel
S Dan Dailey won't budge in I BALOA-erm Bids. Tel.
decision to fight her alimony' Production of TV sets in the
mands. first quarter of 195& totaled
2,300,000' a million more than the
Hollywood agent Herman Her- same 1952 period... CBS la u-
e, brother of the late Ben Ber- ditioning Will Rogers, Jr., for a
e, is on the road to recovery nrdlo show, "Country Editor."
ter surgery to correct a serious He'll play a more serious proto-
cer condition. type of his famous Dad and if,
Ou may ve nthe program clicks there will be
Other movie beauties may veto a video version.
ding men who look as if they LE
d started to shave only yester- There's a big second-genera-
y. but not Wanda Hendrix. tion succe story behind Hal
anda, an ancient 24, is beam- Roach. Jr,'s new contract to pro- FAST Sm ilTGERK SVICE BETWEEN
9 over the chance to emote dude half-hour telefilms for EUROPE ND NORTp An SOTH PACIFIC CO
th John Derek and Richard ABC-TV. His biggest stumbling I(A Li.m.td Nue N mur UelhO
eckel in "Sea of Lost Ships," blobk was his movie pioneer fa- (A Limited Number of Ptmrensr Uerths)
ling it: other, who favored the one-hour TO EUROPE
"I've always worked with older format. TO UROPE:
S.S"I've always worked with older format. Bayous ...........................................
en' and older men make ai
ung girl look too young. And' ( al T TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PEBU & CnIL.:
ng too young has lost me s.s. Pont Audemer .......... ... ..
e wonderful roles."
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NTOR-JOLSON MIMIC TO U ii WO fe M.S. Winnipeg ............... .................... .
PASSENGER SERVICE FROM CARTAGENA TO EUBOPE:
Keefe Brasselle's nightclub act n. B Am.s. Antil es ........................................
11 include impersonations of I a 9s l w wed PASSUNGes sERVICE rxOM NEW to TO PLrMOUTH a
die Cantor, whom he plays In s.s. Plandre ....................... ........ .. .....
e Warner filmbiography, and, WASHINGTON,. May 16 (UP I .' ,-D.-nD NC L
Al Jolson. Keefe will break in ;-Sen. Lister Hill (D-Ala.) said Weekly rFss Cargo Seri ce S etwem Cr lat6i ,' UIbis &
e act at Las Vegas. where .he today he will attempt to amendd o u.S. cst nada.
ade his professional debut as a the second offshore lands bill to.
ummer in a hotel orchestra, earmark oil and gas revenue crtNFENH LINE O.
from the outer continental shelf Tel am3 3 U- A.& T
As expected, June Allyson's for federal aid to education. I mi ;I
t movie since her parting I ',.'
m MGM will be for hubby The proposal is identical to the
ck Powell. Then, she says, she unsuccessful oil-for-education a-
'I to home to the kIddi4 s for amendment sponsored by 23 Sen
I.... .arilnii Monroe 4and' tors who opposed giving the
nald O'Connor were a srpriste so-called tidelalds to the States. ..
t-club twasome. Which re- I g1k
i me that CroonetrRuss The Senate Interior Commit- GRAN 3 lA
pefineaa practical man as tee is scheduled to begin hea- P
who weold marry Marilyn inp later today on. the second LF t -Frel rvi* b PC
use she's A good cook. Offshore Bill. It Is a companion Accepting Gener tCv fo6r; '
* --- piece to legislation now awaiting
r Jerry Colonna's career blacked President Elsenhower's sigatre THmrac BlM vaeutr to rn
$t for a time but he's back in giving the Offshore Lan& to co, Bue ventura, CrtM l BM
ady Luck's good graces. He has coastal states out of their histor- By.
I ecca recording contract, a TV leal seaward boundaries three '
trles In the,planninXi and a nit- to 10-'/2 miles. M/V "CASA LANk",,
Appearance JA August. Bad M/V "ORANA0''
management is blamed for the The second bill would deal
0mic's decline since leaving the with submerged lands dt ;the SAILINGS: Every fifteen day
Ob Hope show. continental shelf which extent .
---- as much as 150 miles seaward of APPLY T
after 16 movies, always-the- the area to be given to the '
.lain Lyle Bettger finally gets States. WILFORD & MXAY, INC.
ee girl, Anne Baxter, in "Car- Hill's amendment would dis-
al."... New tricks dept.: Cool, tribute revenue derived by the Masonic Bttding
ised Jennifer Jones stands on government from the continen- Cristobal, C. Z. .
r head in one scene of "Beat tal Shelf to all States in the fOrm TELEPHQNES: CRISTOBAL: -2w $.
e Devil" opposite Humphrey 'of federal school aid when not
oart.... Hattie McDaniel'sneeded for national defense. i

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Sov t e be p ethtrea- C-mmittee b tht Federal grants for schools The U. 8. Mediation M .
4 UI tow.C..s 0 to- chumer- economy groove yetaR4ay by and colleges, hospital construe- dilation Serviee was
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Swe'd tlouihe fit for ing requests for helth. et public health were reduced far from the Truman eatffhwte
SrW.a ole, e'd M pr r lm.'! ton. welfare and labor pro- below levels recommended by $200,000 from the sfenhoW,
Snw pt- addeA grams. Mr. Truman. recommendation. .
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t Knowte A heArd "ra-, The cuta came The newly-created Depart- gress had no authority qver
ider moraitbou P604 "bribe after the corn mrse 'd ment of Health. Welfare and matter, granted in full tH e
'a 'oII 11 I em,- to free i th is was P president Elsenh r's. request Education headed by Mrs. Oveta 340,000,000 the Truman
'.or go in the Internm. "not true m,,. for future farm out- Culp Hobby was put down for had estimated would be z
RIM_ 'l J r'' lays by about ., 8196B7,881,570 while $254,424,000 to finance grants rta lredr
S a hBt as earmarked for the Labor law for public asdatance 9k4
S ff"redEln. been put or al- The committee Wtl uneMaP- Department a4d $13,274,000 for grams. a
Is of l low parole. i 8. he day to trim ipt for three separate labor agencies. The committee dtd ot tI*
S po ..saar .. ,..- wre and Ri"c Md t~fa 147 health, education, wearJ M id bor Department funds were elude these funds in figui
on wyear-old o. 14' labor programs - tIu4 of cut $42,91,i00, or 14.7 per cent its percentage reduaeMons. ..
i .r ~At t&' state prfon nl Jollet, year-old Bo public assistance t T below the Truman recommen- Funds allotted In yesterndalg
A- Ill.,a150 me soutlh.t state It wa. 1he time that ped by law by sssn. nation, and 40;491,600, or 10.7 bill included:
a negotla- oap ii1, Wardan. tFigen only M.te argIu ts of The committee actuily voted per cent, below the Eisenhower Education 0,500,006 OR-
Iaid r pd, wO .' ought their to* $1,965.581,570 for these functions estimate. payments to school disttrig,. SA
G ertn 9to h ce to be saved 'them e. ~ in the new fiscal 1954 Most df the reduction re- cut of 13.7 per cent fegt a
Wal.0 Sr, lPd aotitaf r the e Loeb later Wt in a Which starts July 1. flected new and lower estimates Truman estimate; $2.500, g.
'$rUday Parole Board Ch l Victor prison ftgt. ooerved of funds needed for unemploy- endowment of colleges, a e0t.0
tb- I' K wleg saidt 8 still 28yarus,- -b orn- This was 17 per cent below ment, compensation for veterans 50 per cent; $20.600,000 for yp-
Co., OieVmpY 1a dute recourse a t plea gieally w e to 90 the original uests of for-and others, national rehabilitation, a cut ,
I S ents might : Robhrt Phnllp, cretarv o' said it was hIS wish that they etBoard would get $9,000,000, a Health $207,090.200 for
Sb. i he Parole Ba phasized never we9uld td w d a cut of 8,.000.000 from the Tru- Public Health Service, a cut
Sa t n his at Leopold s not rd rom However er Gv.. Adal man estimate, and $500.00 from 23 per cent; $50,000,000 for
W 'o todon Sheet ppeaiing before thl* rd dur- Stevenrin I laed Po ld's the Esenhower estimate. pital construction, a one-
be, it w s idicated that o the next 12 sentence to yetarIs, making The bill provided $1,064,000 cut; l$61,5,00 fotr the Na
ithe MP might "t foi" .a "He can come rithe board him eligible for e tpa ts e AKfNDS for the National Mediation Ser- Institute of Health, 27 per
4 iaet p at an Increase of $brt month, ,.xt y or In any after LeqpolaJ*4 .0a ofs vice, a cut of $104,000 from the cut
SI'i hour. The corm- Mng year," ] Ups said. prisoners tIt .l w lanUsry
S -. .made n u sad he tell who let th NA. l- oulat-
exaoffcr, .Idsd thed, ed with World
Last *Abonft,' 8te6 cha = % was r... I War. .1 .
S an Beamb akless, sald "Hs prison red, i 't been The ex led tAo the
S felt any Inrease was too bad, I guese' said. development ettt-mala-
unjustle athig time. "We examined it. hi been in rial dg .
Fe a lslrlo, In lat previousat department ." Jol0t o tap
S ego i th te ver, he Is .,LeOpold deseriled LeQpold. Ma. a model
W.n i h an hou at tweo . r prisoner, , ,
S "He got stuff ttt break-. LeopoMtd'a, stl ii .'y.
tethe prison Knowles He was .or l

X hgwfts said W fay he .or her house gues who is stay-
lc6. He-^15U s coreta Af-endinvi9eg oitoaartj
e r Leopol,'4~ it-, Both Loeb ere Ing a week. That means you
Sknoscholars should do something for the
-'" 'i. .elsicdlatsa wa'"h -' opin- at the Uni ve Chicago guest. Have a party. Invite host- r THE DAI R Y EEN
1 when they B6 Both eas and guest to lunch. Or just
I board e didn,'tcame from wathy socially offer to take them for a drive In OF PA A A
Sk so." e K 'a .."It just prominent families as did their the country.
to type victim.
03 t S typ." Leopold and madntted The important thing Is to do U ,
WOOe tW o l 'saAt- they sl* d to death whatever you can to make the SOMETHING NEW .
R l erto who with a c and tued his guest feel welcome.
Wi too .eopold. body into % cvr on Chicago's
S*aMe, said he t hi board South ie. en .they sen a SOMETHING DIFFERENT!
r, lb OB*A D JACNM T had rseacm d inedieisilon." ransom nbte to the Frank fam- DIVE-IN Tlmatr
W, Write n for MA Slee Knowls these major ly. ',lC"ln I hv e
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No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n "


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No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Pbone 2-2291, and No. 55 West 12th Street


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


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-Heavy mahogany dining
table. Six chairs Cowe's refinished.
5292 Diablo.
FOR SALE: Rottan furniture, 9
feet Westinghouse refrigerator.
376-B New Cristobal, 2nd St.
phone 3-2588.
FOR SALE: Mahogany furniture.
Refrigerator, stove. Misc. 9072
Wilcox apartments 7 1-2 street
-. Apt. 5, Colon.
FOR SALE:-8 cu. ft. Frigidaire 25
cycle. Excellent condition, $6000..
5658. Apt. K, Diablo Hgts.
iOR SALE: Eight foot porcelain
Coldspot, good condition. 25 cycle.
Place.
WONDERFUL OPPORTUNITY: -
For sale modern furniture, all ma-
hogony, very low price. 48 Street
No. 18. Telephone No. 3-0870.
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fOR SALE: In perfect condition
very reasonable, modern mahogany
diningroom set, one table with
glass, six choirs, Chino closet,
sideboard. Wardrobe, made by
Cowes. Via Espano No. 54 Apt. 4.
fOR SALE: Mahogany livingroom
3 suite. Settee, A chairs, 3 end tables.
Coffee table, radio table. Holly-
wood bed. Coll Albrook 2204.
OR SALE:-G. E. Refrigerator 25
,_cycle, $40.00. Phone Cristobol 3-
,2739._
FOR SALE:-25 cycle Frigidaire, en-
tire household effects. 98-D, "L"
St. New Cristobal.
iFOR SALE:-Set of bamboo furni-
ture, excellent condition $125.00.
Call 287 Colon.
FC. SALE:-Water witch machine,
Motor just overhauled. 25 cycle.
Fhone 2-4345, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Two youth beds, one
w;th single mattress, $20.00. One
without mattress, $10.00. Phone
2-2671. Ladies dress form.$7.00.
FCR SALE:-Westinghouse Refriger-
,. utor, 25 cycle $75.00. Venetian
blinds, rugs. Tels. 2-3644 2-
S"- 1796 2-2123.


FOR SALE

1R SALE:-Established quick serv-
Ice laundry In the heart of. Colon.
Truck, machinery and equipment
2 to 3 1/2 years old. Opportunity
for energetic person. .Purchase can
be made with or without real-
', estate. If Interested you may con-
tact El LovamAtico, 8054 11th. St.
Co!on or telephone 1462.


; 6OR SALE:--Concrete house On high-
* way, 22 miles from Colon, 6700
M2 Land, $4,500.00. Telephone
.; Margarita 3-1967.
OR SALE:-50-acre property in El
i, Volcan, near Boy Scouts camp, post
-office and highway. Telephone Bal-
boa 3147,
FOR SALE:-.-Small house in El Voile.
Completely furnished. All conven-
iences. Tels. 2-3644 2-2123.


Carton Drug Store
10.0&6 Me[endes Ave.-Phone 255 Coloa


Agenda Internacional de PubHcaciones Pr3pagada, S. A.
"H" Street corner Estudiante St.
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phqnes 2-2214 and "-2798


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Ps As ens" io FOR SALE:-1951 Fog! CstoM V8,
To Be Obseryed 4-door Sedan, radio, Visora en
-. v v overdrive, like. new. Hius 201QtB,
At St. Peter's Gotun, phone -517.
For tonrrow Sundayafter FOR SALE:-New 1953 .drd 2d
Ascenstoh,' horal ucharist will sedon,'$1,850. 1"0 C0wrolet
be celebrated at St. Peter's $275.00, duty paid Cll 345069.
Church, La Boca, at 7. a.m. by FOR SALE:-1950 M. G. Duty lcaid
the Rev. John, 8, McDuiffe, excellent condition.* Mto rpcntI,
Priest In charge.' : overhauled. Call 2-3447. ."
This 8erVitee w1w g ommemv--
Thit service la *lU *ofSto- FOR SALE:--Late ( r
r*eter Mthe al Ba1fl~tt iey o 4-door-sedan, perfect gon,
a i t of the new tires, must sell
ehund IUtur.Z pulpi -lt., Curundu 2231-A. ,

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:mon at t:3 p coins. Write very brief description.
In adl ton8 idemeendiltg the Box 472, Balboa. .
arrive' zio 31 bera of
Ct i InvytoeI.d k Paging Mr. Uha11i
'Aiwill MEMPHIS, Ten. "" P1--The
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D* pea bm 6 u 1ak.j geihu
Wrie AleshMe Asaemem. Be
2081 Aea C. C. L.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue, K Street corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
one way $85, round trip $135 (15
day-limit) $169.00, good one year;
to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.15,
round trip, $252.35. (90 dey-limit).
Peaema Dispatch Service 36 Aveaie
Necional (Automebile Row). Tel.
Panama 2-1655. L


FOR SALE
Misellaneous


FOR SALE:-6 venetian blinds, size
62" x 50", good condition, $10.-
00 each. House 1515-C, Tel., 2-
1819.
FOR SALE:-House 5283-B Morrison
St. Diablo Heights. Locker with
miscellaneous tools. $20.00. 1/4
HP 25 cycle motor with drillpres,
grindiing-head, buffing-heod 2Z0.-!
00. Porch chairs, steel dresser with
glass top, floor lamps. 'Plastic
garden hose, garden tools .$10,00.
FOR SALE: Large choin drive
tricycle; portable Corona type-
writer. Tel. Balboa 2309.
FOR SALE:-Stx weeks old German
Police dogs. 38th Street No. 12.
FOR SALE:-China Closet. 6 pc. liv-
ingroom. Wicker set with cushions
25 Cyl. 45 RPM Phonograph.
House 1473-B, Holden St., Bal-
boa.


FOR SALE
Automobiles
TODAY'S BEST BUY
IS
A GOOD USED B U I C K
SMOOr & PAREDES
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 2-
door Futuramatic. Perfect condi-
tion, one owner. 13,000 miles, $1,-
550.00. Mrs. Perry 0944 Amador
Rd.
FOR SALE:-1951 Four Door Chev-
vrolet. Excellent condition. Can be
seen any time. Call 6-140.
TODAY'S BEST BUY
IS
A GOOD USID B U I C K
SMOOT & PAREDIS
FOR SALE:-1950 De Luxe Tudor
Chevrolet, one owner, good me-
chanical condition. Albrook 2204.
FOR SALE:-1939 Pontiac Coach.
New point, buttery, tires. Very
good condition. Phone 2-1716,
Balboa.
TODAY'S. BIST BUY
IS
A GOOD USED B U I C K
SMOOT & PAREDES
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, Pan9mo.
TODAY'S BST BUY
IS
A GOOD USED p U I C K
SMOOT &r PAREDES
FOR SALE:-1952 V-8 Fordomotic
with radio. Excellent condition. On-
ly $1,750. Phone 83-6221 or 83-
5237'.
TODAY'$ BEST BUY
IS
A GOOD USED B U I C K
SMOOT r PAREDIS
FOR SALE:-Lote 1949 Cadillac 62,
Sedan. Duty paid. 38,000 miles,
original owner. Recent complete
mechanical overhaul, new tires,
battery, radio, seats covered since
purchase. Good enamel, $2,000.00,
May be seen El Panama garage
evenings. Call room 229 or 3.
4755 afternoons, for appointment,
TODAY'S BEST IUY
IS
A GOOD USED U I C K
SMOOT, W PARIIS
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4 door
Styline De Luxe, low mileage. Ex-
cellent condition. Bargain Price,
House ;0134-, or phone Curundu
6159.
FOR SALE:-M. G. 1951, good con-
dition, reasonable price. Call Cris-
tobal 2103.
FOR SALE:---50 Chevrolet Bel-Air 2
Dr. Radio, leather upholstery W/W
tires, spotlight. Phone Navy 3921.
FOR SALE:-Wondqrful ppo "uMity.
Owner leaving. 1948 Pontiac De
Luxe, hydr6motic, 4 door, radio,
body and motor excellent condition,
new seat covers. Very. good price.
No. 18, 48th street. Telephone 3-
0870 PanamA.
FOR SALE:-Kaiser De Lux4 .951
Sedan. White wails and radio.
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FR' SLE: 18' half cabin boat
lth O H.P. Mercury outboard.
oP e Navy 3231.

FOR SALE
9Motorcycles
POR SALE-Motorcycle 1948 Indian
medl 74 Good condition. Price
75,00 Phone 3-2532, Crsto-






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PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The

tO beach, Rockgot refrtiroton,
barbecue and shuffleboard. Pona-
mA 3-1877. Margarita 8-1673,
Box No. 435, Balboa.
Gramlich Santa Clam beach-dt-
toages. Electric iceboxes gas 0 t00s,
moderate T tes. Telephone -441
Gomboa; 4-567, Pedro MigueI;
FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa Clora. Completely furwnishd.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Brin your linens. Phone Dagmar's
2-0 70. ..1
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottaes,
S2 bedrooms, refrigerator, R6cka
ranges. Balboa 2-3050, ewMl
week-ends.

FOR RENT
Houses


FOR RENT: Ventilated, serened
and modern chalet, two bedrooms,
maid room, hot water, goad view of
Panama Golf Club. $125.00 month.,
ly. Miguel Hive, phone 3-484W.
FOR RENT:-Fumished house. Liv.
ingroom, diningroorm, 2. bedroom*,
kitchen, wash tubs, hot water .
No. 93 Via Espaia, beside "Rtdio
Miramor." 9 a. m. to 12 p. m.
2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
FOR RENT: Beginning June 8th.
Furnished chplet, diningroomn, liv-
ingroom, 2 bedrooms, maid's room,
garage. Tel. Panama 3-0308.

FOR RENT
Apartments
ALHAM.A A!ARTMINTS
Two and five meM furnished and
m frfalAme epanmea ; priat em-
slesed ga.4eL. 8061, 10th Soe,
New Cislebel. Telepkea Cele.

FOR RENT:-Furnlshed opartment
two bedroom Par|ll 2nd St. No.
I1. Telephone 3-4871 or 3-43j
FOR RENT: Aborftment, 1 .
No. 46, San Franico de C
leta. C .
FOR RENT ':.

Roomr
FOR RENT: Furn shed room to
baChelor of good habits. No. 43.
43rd Street AMt. A,


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FOR SALE:-Child's outdoor Gym set
$30, crib and Simmons innerspring
mattress, $30. stroller $5.50, 1949
Chevrolet car radio, $40. R3-B
Rousseau 25-3437.
FOR SALE: German piano "Rach-
ols" excellent condition. Very low
price. Calle 48 No. 18. Tel. 3-
0870.
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS TYPWRITIRS FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public,
will be received In the offtoe of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, Balboa,
until 10:30 a. m., May 26,. 1953'
for Underwmd Typewrers Iriwta
tion No. 29) and May 27, 1953.
for Underwood. Royal, Remington
Rand, Woodstock Typewriters and
International Business Machines
Electric Typewriters IInvitation No.
30) located in Building No. 28, In-
dustrial Bureau Area, Balboa. In-
,itotions may be obtained at location
cf( equipment, or from office of Su-
perintendent of Storehouses, tele-
phone 2-1815.
FOR SALE: -- Acetylene Including
equipment, $125. Telephone 3-
1230.
FOR SALE:-Combination radio re-
corder, record player, portable $95.
Phone 3-1230.
FOR SALE:-Lester Piano and bench,
good condition, $350 00. 39th St.
No. 9, Panama.
FOSALE: One sewing machine
"Sond~ord" $30.00. perfect con-
diion. College Dormitory, Ancon,
after 7 p. m.
FO RSALE: Pedigreed Boxer. 8
months old. AKC registered. 39th
St. No. 9, Panama.

FOR SALE
SBoatsA .& Motors
FOR SALE:-Chrysler Marine Engine
2yz to 1 reduction, with complete
Instrument panel and clutch con-
trol& 'Nw in service in 36 foot
boat. Good condition, will demon.
'strat Reasonable, 83-4295, Cu-
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110101Stat of the Cobol Pa., New Hampshire, and with
beEHarry Chan of e Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Corbett
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onoCirc of ryLieutenant Thomas McGinn oxpenlw to 10e v.a
Church AAA4*Irythey will attend the graduation
"tered Mrs. R.X .Werdprodded at of Cadet Charles McGinn from
bele and the business meeting. It fo te U Milta Acamy at'has been very active with thm
ml|BW l -brjs maids decided that the neit meet Wt.Poltatun U Church.
BS S S V W 'f;'i S roe heted will be held at the home of West Point N.Y. I ---
Sen Mrs. Henry Hotz With Mrs. Lee BUill McGinn, of the Univer- Elks Dance Tonilt
id out in Nash and Loon Egolt As co- ity of Southern California, will! The regular StafrW -t47i
11. t.ts hos-.tesses. Join his family on the east Dance .will be held s
cor- The ladies present .were: Mrs. coast before leafing on theI at the Elks Club. DCs n illf
A. I Gilbert Lee, Mr, Irl. enderi, Navy's midshipmen's cruise. start at 8:30 p.m..
i M. i and nr. Sr., Mrs. D. Tate, Mr. lo- Russell Weade, Jr., will sail.
a=-, i ay the hon- seph Irving, Mrs. Pianoes Wer- with the McGinns for a vlhittDuplicate Games
i n o1. aw lelinrln, Mrs. with his grandparents in War- At Margarta
b e- in 1641 SOW N 0 t re: M rs. Fred W illoughby, person wick, Va. The weekly duplica
ego,1P ," IMi b F rank Mrl James Cottrell, Mrs. Celeste Weiraseh, games will be held at
is a. N vere l.c Brede, Mrs. J.W.L. Graham, Ms. C. V. Miss Carrie Brown has re- garita Clubhouse
M. .Mrs. Arthur Scheldegg, Mrs. Frank Sulc, signed her position with the'ning, with an invtltA e
.... tt, lowick, Mrs. Leon golU, Ms. J.W.B. Industrial Bureau and sailed tended to all interest pat
.L 'AL" M a..Thomn- Hall, Mrs. W. C. SnMth, Mrs. Friday for the States. era.
I, -* Peter- Henry Hotz, Mrs. A. 8. Bud- -Winners of last week's
no on. M ude0raw s Mrs. gins, Mrs. William A. Van Sic- C.W.O. And Mrs. Meeks were: North and South:
cN m | & Tlmfc A Mrs. len. Jr., Mrs. Geoge Poole, Sr. Going To North Carellna Julius Loeb with W. 1C M
as2. Zoa.. am. Ca3 m i. owena and Mrs. Lee Nash. C. W. 0. and Mrs. Kerdis 2. Mrs. Garland Orr and MI'e
gSreer We l Am- ...- Meeks, of Fort Gulick, will be J. A. Cunningham; 3. i
S.. .... mM, iW tg Leah Bon Voyage Partes For leaving on the 25th for duty Passaillague and George W
SCorbls, Anga ey, Ruby Mr. and Mrs. evington at Fort Bragg. North Carolina. Geiger.. ,
Krueger and Jan mluesab. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Bevington Mr. Meeks la completing al- East and west: 1. Mrs. L. W
S---- are leaving May 2 for the most four years of duty on the Buts with- Mrs. Marion
AI a. Man. Lee Va st Ulbsl oyd States. Mr. Bevilngton is retir- Isthmus, and with his family, lips, Mrs. Dudley Shine a
tas aW Wb ees At CI ege Ing from the -Commissary Div- has participated In the Mason- Mrs. B. 0. Simms: Mrs. Way
AR Mrs. Lea Van .Plen Lloyd, ision. They will go to Fort Lee, Ic work of the Isthmus and Celil and Mrs. Chandler.
5 s's ea daughter O MrisUd Mrs. Wil- New Jersey, for a visit with ,
o ,a ,seemPN l "5 Im A, Viln Jr. of Ga- their daughter and family, Mr
A a tn, wil R. P. I., and Mrs. Martip Etie and -a
Sa ol .- Judith Lynn. They olan to
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her 5kl5 l extra-cur- A number oFtn -msl affairs
res As -q A number of InforMal affairs
Sr- ulft she has had have been given for the Vev-
IIAga hmmtnl b conferred ingtorm. They were the dinner Institution.Guarantecd by the $tale
upon hboet guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl .
one of h ted to ton and the guest of Mr. and Pay 2% interest Anay on Savings A ut
exhibit at 4 I M Vhlnifa Mrs. grnest Cotton for a card
Ssjr swu m ll nw i JtttH. oeUUzh mL mJIs con- party and buffet supper.
. ::::: Sdered "ole toe hemot d I-At present. andMrs. Bev- INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
01116 umt at f Iids t held at ngon are the houseguests of j
"- .. the V Si" l Thel Mr. and Mrs. Worden French r h -
IsU^. 12 ". e th Vir a.ond n of Margarita. We make loans with guarantees on irst morta -
I "** t "*** on exhigit has been termed Infmal Cocktail Party or other securities.
s ,. .. : "the er5am of professional art Mr. and Mrs. Charles Will, of
S..a..... Vin a actions were BrazCHRISTMAos Heihts SAVIentertained
to Isl all" ,.... r t .ij .i- made y .a wtrea-member Jurywith an informal cocktail par.-
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s t ;..^,...'. Whicate osq"' Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Plr douent n 4 nff it *i
S Institute. In t is exhibit leaving by planew Sundayer OFF PAAMA: COLOrN A
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By CARL LUNDQUIST NATIoNAL LEAGUE IuIIIb D o
1 NEW YORK, May 16 (UP)-Naturally, Robin P iadel .5
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,k P itche Shtoult vei Ir
N toy Over Sentr 'ljmi Il "f -3



oswants his Philly teammates to get him as Make 1 1 at umr Hxe, hi


runs as but on days when they don't at. Louis 12 to members of the club, ag
_he bg right-hander puts on a show. Y ar fture
Yesterday. when the Phils had The "Miracle Bravesi" M Cinin re e, rof a
S te through eight scoreless waukee variety, won their sixth r mene at uamit fla


inmsbefore downing Warren straight game and their eighth T DAY'S GAMESwneradrue*-gAswsg
SHacker of the CubsRKy,1-0. with a in the M ut nine. 4- over the i Philade phia at Milwaukee a the eI o
run in the niwants his Phillbb y rateams. Max urkont made it five as rooklyn 1e i las yitea wcil a th


manfcn.H aeu i isi o nhsonpersonal Brooklynh at Chincinai wade of atheflad wtho wrneaou nigh
in achievng his fifth victory a- victory string with a. seven-hit- New York at St. Lou (N) thmae to theldywOeahsigmanfet.leavupixisinaownhsow tsurhtchaofthst tound iR the Wilr- fore ~1
out ourwanddewalk ed noouc, ina first ac tie with th Phl ESTERDAY'S RESULTSBZ~u oiranent will be match a
Theiy run that sent Hacker and it cameays when they Gordon't Rt. .li ito Hao festure hichIu a
e down to another dishepurtening hits on a shtwo-run homer in theitaburgh 9p it again feature w teimertne of api-e
defeat camerdy when E arl Torgeson eighth to e "Mirasle Brave, M C3-2 Pittsburgh it i 100 100 02x-4 10 0 the rut club handp. This zes t
to battle through eight scores wauee variety, won eir sx libr alliance wil ge every the it
ing led him home. Hacker scatr The Gardinals m ut and their eighth TODA--and Crd L .,M participant in. the touthament bo as e
akered seven hits in losing his pitch in e. 4-3 over the Psecond day Piana oiai e an d an aa
run In the ninth, R o b b v was rates. Max 8urkont made it five rooklyn at Cincinnati th case la st you Ju a..wt, specal &- M



magnif icth gament. He gae Cubs nowx hitave in a row wn his oe n they deeated Brooklyn 000 ot 000-3 5 (th a utie t io n ott Wil l e t
,I. n achieving his fifth wictor a-vcorvsre w~ ve,-ht- Pitbug ..... Chiag made to the lady w 'reachesnight





gone 28 innings without scoring Preacher Roe of the Dod Ys o at. Louis 060 000 (0x-9 Juniors yar. Tea tas were
S9-3ter. be ten mMiln'ore t ah. f thast f aoud re tou t e
anst10 straight times. In the pre- e lle ae Padwm ee, el l- lAI. O ant. S d wUkle haunches, where asi
The run that sent Hacker and it came they stopped GoCarl e. Mike.n M pler mlla. o mya liir
down to another dishe-rtening hit a two-run ho e o sIn the Ri RaZopay th e .nt e ofh d u|


Pittsbwith t10 001 010-3 7e1 ia eA atri/h1 theedM611neeto
defeat came when Earl Torgeson seth to eraight successes ourg Milwaukee 100 100 0x-4 10 0Ion. T/ob __s
doubled and Granny Hamner lead. Frien r12 n aall. .). neglral club .hc~ _and _.I._ L i


in) led him home Hacker sat The Oardsix-run an end to ILa 0r00 .0 0 ,1| aw elii e mfi1n IY n,_glg every by d ath.e
A Racetching jinx for the second day, dix (5-0) and D. thg In the- =uC bo g .

m aed it or Chicago 000 000 000-0 1 2 rewarded with the special lade of the k



H are Hadxwh I HRokberts 155-2Y and Burgess. n4aliig roun ilhen teshorteut kayo i
fifth game. The Cubs now have in a row w hen they defeated ia


t1so ing ed chi t ir th doklyn 0vi coyw 000rle3 5 0 Gt it Sum t T not an old




fromAOIS ay1 (P whic Mllear.' doybl CnTampa 1 e. wr wof medalplay wpdorcha, heavleh declhrestoray.
ngone 28 innings with11 sorn ater he ha To e on the or New York 0-7 0 m c" t Lamt ecar waT ohet
em'run for him r-o hom er nup nad t en them Ct.cLo 17 11 0 l H Ss ne Co. ..


Br oo-slyr a d till hi s o C n Wade, P0 1 3es, Me01- a e .lJunlors' yuear. T nhe Winalsit were
da o he 00mle.d-1 s g i nt~~vb oMhollan en, and Campanllaa eff toodihe awe. Sa-ndy Hinklfe hanh'e ypte 4
p hious game they stopped Car, 13, t4-2) 1 and Dh with dnn ,e an.


SChet Mille r irsk. ne. who had a strlh-, e and Doaina|to. saltes aer of er-e. go. 12 1ih 4 to -hIad
Then G t sa burt ou t of aice. the -, L for the Ue W .



A ut iRe ac F nl l themn A six-run second i-innng. Philan e000 t2 001-1 7 1wel Hn c C p o" n e. T .a .You a a t a-
Qal i teln thilis y rt e his lthre om rns New York 17 21 .00- emle h b fPuJinb.
rND IeArI hMla 16c It i ch Arool al Dr0lk s doutbe arowndt T L 0 tonan0.ll e e wit t Spe_ des o th ay-

srte ral.wou Harvey Haddno- hote againt oet (5-2YS GanEd Buges Juen
*Toohrdivr pno teWsigoneJtyay ar sen, Loilhelm as3-ngtand- O|-sf boe sween-eina o, :lJ dr_ .
te his third victory wt reif HacDeron-5 L and A /bG wiln roud wivll be be ,the M kayoIn
Brokly an Biito y Coatt i Cincinnati 001 AME 10A 010GU 00- 9cro 3he well-Ira $:$I. wsnA~
i~dyi m urlgfr-Q aif aio ri ,irsthe Jab h mons h ~ n sie nvo; W ih (3 0& th week- e nd o ic

Memorial Day nuto race opened homer supplied the margin. Newb Chicago 1eNe 1 I n Hstnon- mIlyl
odfn m n f Chet MC- York made 11 hits as vionteir Cleveland 1s 1a. an Je Lo
l, de an of. the 500-mile drip- yin also homered. Bob Marquif Bot 13 lB A rYON io r doI
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e w hit a Cincy hoLmner. Hoyt W- Washington 13 14 .48 ot difficult routines ever een on the sidhore, o
hMiller, 50, of Glendale. Calif.. helm won his third relief start St. Louis 12 14 .4621 and w .h. ",
N lew rdis Nov round 10 appearances kilin edine faNt h iWadhinaon 000n00 00i 81 6 aW Ypearances1gvh l l p ha 12/n .omr ie ooo
7-3~ ~ ~ ~Deri vitr at AMERICAN LEGU curia;l th"el-nwnaam"1

hrND May 16 prcn whki Al Drk'so o Ml.a Teams W L Pt swh ha wh Jo Remai nC, I h a ee the al
:for the trials, who hurled a no-hitter agali'-t TODAY'S--'AMES IIU IJ*'UU *W.EEFr.I~~").
Two other drivatiers spun off the Washington exactly a year Nat Louis at Washington 8o '.lvl0 tb & dr
t. 10il ale, wasa touched thfor eight ls Detroiet a Philadelpa .0 I. HRE b -E -- .l Ianmbor sa Capo waI at41 t W "
Everybody in m in thirbuness Is y dSenators alst night Irut Chiageoan ew3 York 55 E* 2 a re aas ter.3 ba coe a- a.
20-owman nd athe show goes coasted to a 4-0 victory after Clevel aer aB Wt oWnan r 1ue .8 1 for cleanru r Iewa te un-e h
Alr, sai Wil hurn h is ck KsyhAs hired a taro ed. Looui bY 14 .a6 mua i"
lion ad three-n time winner o in Losingeaia c res Walt ih Gam PSilaedepi 1t 1n .4 back and L19111 Wb


cmin trvein 13 mile an eane ru Chin fipone inins To Remai Thwed
ent of the Speedway Corpora- run ho r in the first In- YEST RDAY'S RESULTS i fy HARY GRAYSO or O
l.erace. "Masterson wild-pitched an- St. Louis 200 010 001-4 11 0 --- a /h .h .te,.. ..
ew- recr o f around 140 other run across in the fith Wa.shtn0 00 0 NEW YC May 16 (N .)- f year, he fouled up his ialng On be coleted r. t t II

pr ovedol o ers heu raiey days Tru k' fourthe v ict y Gor BwK nV.onmo ntol win dr1 3
Das erron ,m,,. oreno*i cold a o
Evast week. i t b I Art Houtth e man's first majorne 1 a
-Cle0mieamsprnt, a Bollo 1el8 foietes xftinnlinh l. r deent 30s 0 0 07 .1
'TUnhe fastest qualifier iin the lgue homer, a two-run wal-Ntght"0 Ga0eo t velf and clu ue .. .n r. "3



&,showman~~~~a land theh sho goe cose to a 4- vitr afe Gon
saird W0-lebspriw ennhstn ee Sha. R. Dcpa w.a whepena two-erod p.n1 BU by e 4UhyA Edca f .
llide, front-row berth lm and the Detroitc Tigera a Sti. Li 2001 001-6il 11 0 t ac oe tertlo t e
.New- 3 fretord t cars from a 7-6 iecisW itn over e Atetc teman (1-or an d rcd min.e ... a nd ped
tdof83 nominated get off on Houtteman's homer gave the Mari- 1-) ei~b. a As- fast bal .at "'h. y ark, pril a .brohcf. s.
200-la grand May 30. gerrdce a 7-0 lea and beedd a f NE, f. wa ca y. ehro ou le p ahi -.to h
to ae gaining .wall at the ruin in the sixth and onedith IO ...dase... an Courrs' saton sn.alp iar hyana.d t Jun 3.0, d 5 I 0 04
Grasro. wah whae when Mhiyc wa so the aAu -us hed nand
uhwemt.turno ofv tlh brick and ian the ninth. Walt Dropo andatoon erd a Lap omer tian n a
maalt tdeck. A veteran If e Matt fr maj as ho e or in k a b rke n rm "reu le s fo bt t to rlo W49t
rto races here, he had talked trait. t kr him th th t eron 1
tyear of retiring becaurI Chicago at New York oud t- t ntil t t t he'll be back n thiS n. kee it the o T ec
gettigat (Postoned wl sl f o, Jul .in Th sx _nnn. hp Dr32.0-,Le the0Fria
too old for this Cleveland at Boston were rain- i o tee weekstthe c o emn
h oincas." edoutinthehAmerican. - -u o d .lae g Y le 4 1" '
Micr was the 41st fattalttv at N ra ta th a al ai. 4 r




of ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ sol 8o3 nomunted geth ofr on Hote homer gav the ..-Mrn UDP- Cmse PrAuLa
rn -Chu). &r awnord A It befrre e fo seho chp h d 01h3
speedway. Hri death was the YESTERDAY'S STAR: Rob- 1,t o





er ~~~~Anwr Iwas kO whnhscaaste-A&-uher~f live ast~d Itwh oldets than t6e -0. 1nth 0tlnl t
terfoutthree months. fe, a 0l sa 0_ .1t
since George Metzner f In'- In t t i of sthe aPh who m:for Binowynnson "fc aenand irefa te r. alo





wou. lelad He if*A 0o 0e 0 bi eatra owadgk ue8
apolts cracked up two days wan twi b fifth game. 1 to e f 42 i t
r, the 1949. race. holding the Cu to sx hit Don Kel- this mounttIn of a man
rbace here. 0 ho alked E a U_ 4 0 4 . IP
A.,DIDn first lactron.,md,- '
IeughdD e.a few. Teller 2b 303 ne bu tc6-
In gett-the to juries has prevnted C e -.an Jea, B o rf 4 0. 6








,r a treat meomeman. He wa
DENSUKARDON ".a 'walking asterrle **l. eon b I''~~ w
at allyhPgSt. _.. jaot fuuneL.-Thl, th Fa o -h o

a omee out In eAmer.iNa.w Nwory t npoveprm forek. at ' e- o, pV 0or 0.
'aQUESTION: the bases wn a or p 0 1 0.
loaded with two out. The ba feet a- four and a an r
hits "a pop fly Just Insdde ':0 y o n s 'Totals ./ 210 @ M ..I
man, standing in foul tel y. chore a h iL ulowdm -HR into dble p~p -
ory Wre es ack rwos n in sth a -,.
foul line, touches the ballne his teaT-Don'tha STAR. Bob. b--
at '. G M et zl er 2f I rI Irhwt
drops it. Two runners d wlW. "Dont remained f r an sntiorpe' d.t
home on the play. The to dode," conesitent tom sixiits ramilg t
on the field argues aRat InIt l p tie fit- WANT Nive,.
foul, cfoin te n s the runcould Yfost 3b.e -
tgshould vot COUnt. Slight Ow Te.mnd l Wt 0 0 2.
AnweronChc Crawfoird bal n Ui'd free- at~ a i~~l ,ltlme .to Illryheeki';wog-CukCrwod .
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Anwe: t' lirba a h ifs hetiay eluuiI tA;laoth'. ,tUnnlhi~ to re ..
theruount. itst-thede-jures hasi me Of Aoot ruIs co un t
Q. Ird like to know what you2 sa'lit ittle s lo Euter to i*l .
would do if you were a biq 1ct O after thl" forward t ~i !t~ikolb0C.!+k L0 8, WlUI l-": ..
By' league manager and had yourN 1e It 'hs erIN of alol Buby T 4 0 0
,t choice between Joe diMaIO ... .-'" -,).dGone.mI R ef"
I MMand Ted Williams, when the me-
wereIn theirprime. WhNbA '.ric this does- mainer" s t t ste p 1h0ue0 eC
%4-, would you take?-tL. E. K. '
:.+-+..... : ,. ,.,+. ^ D,,agglo. A strong-armed ".L.. -- ; i. m
center fielder, the Ynkee
:+ er, a great team man. He was
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a complet player. New York
E-6 wak.. in th l' n Boat

'-+- I IP" +;'; ' '; "' only~a nonetbwith WllnePwiams.oto w. +":..
"; ..." ". a Q. Were dither Hoyt Wilhelnm"
-... ..:.,. = or. Warren .Hacker winning


L L.AratA Richero does a backbend off the shoulder fore they came to the maorsb
eIDlIu Pope, ;r., Marine o officer. on water skis at Cypress -Dick Dryfuss.
Gardeb Fla. (NBA) A. Neither Wilhelm, the Ng-
~~~A__, __,_,tional League's earned run-.
N i average king last season, nor


1 runnerup Hacker of the Cubs
A could win in the minors the
years before they came up. The
N EGlants' relief pitcher finished
with an 11-14 record at Min-
neapolls. Hacker's mark Ith
f lES M K f A Lo Angelwa.. s- -1 u.
Q. How many major leaguers
W ever hit more than 400 home
FA oMWoS .MsUn s rena in their big league care-
f RAf A VO enl?--Tom Simp on.
isi LAVOR Na B th, R l""714; Jimmy
S U Mid Ott, 811; LoI


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Sthe fn firs 2704 sIcratch, 0 of their Handl p 8 24
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t sale ug hu heone. owe 149 13 2 1 417
r will tell you ItWhl .Achaetfer 1 0 SO Iis 488
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Train Wreck


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OARuYVLLE. La. May 16 ,UP,Let he people know
lve units of the Mi souri-Let the pople now
Pacific Railroad's pas s e n g er
train "Orleanian" jumped the| rWENTY-KIGHTH YEAR.
tracks here today, kiliin the.
engineer and fireman and in-'
jluring 1he bacgageman
Company officials said 100
other persons, most of them
traveling train escaped serious Aic e
Injury.
The dead were identified as
M. C. Wright. Baton Rouge. La,
engineer, and Will Mills. also of
Baton Rouge. Fireman. J. HO n N oth
Kerr was the injured man. n NI
Company officials said several
others on the train received
minor cuts and bruises. Thev PANMUNJOM May 16 iUP) avoid fore
said there were no serious in- Truce negotiatlLrs accused each tect human
juries, other today of not really wanting ers and tc
The New Orleans-bound train, a Korean armistice and the Unit- ganizatioi
It was said. struck a broken ed Nations recessed the talks un- execute iv
rail at this small community til next Wednesday. told the f
about 37 miles North of New Lt. Gen. William K. Harrson, The Ci
Orleans l t head of the U.N. delegation, pro- they have
The locomotive shot off the posed the recess at a 67-minute principle
track about 12 f eet and came meeting unless the Communists tion. They
and firestman were tts sidrae. Thed engineer had something constructive to return of:
the engine and terminal. Res- orth Korean Gen Nam II lanatin
cuers had to use blow torches North Korean Gen. Nam11, "fears" ai
to free their bodies. chief Communist negotiator, Meanwh
Beside the locomotive and demanded that the Allies with- State Dep
terminal, the baggage car and draw their "absurd" proposals ment ami
two passenger coaches lumped for settling the deadlocked is- charge t
the rails. The first three units sue on exchanging prisoners Communis
overturned, but the passenger who do not want to go home. ling the p
cars remained upright. Then he consented to a recess a form of
Witnesses said the derailment until 11 a.m. May 20. force some
Tipped up more than 100 feet Harrison said he wanted the prisoners
of track. delaying other sched- recess for "administrative rea- Iron Curta
rules on the line for several sons." "On one
hours. The deadlock, tight as it was question,"
last Oct. 8 when the talks were declared.
I | i l broken off. still centered around force shall
Dolal ListsSl x CZ ultimate dispostiton of prisoners resisting
refusing re patriation. excludes e
ivil Defense Talks The Communists appear to be "The pr
DenU sitting back to see if world opin- is ino tech
Ion will force the Allies to ac- tal point of
Six talks on civil defense are cept their viewpoint, on the inte
scheduled to be made to var- Communist hopes received a individual.
lous groups and organizations boost yesterday when Indian "Free i
during the coming week by Prime Minister J a w aharlal not agree
William 0. Dolan. chief of civil Nehru said the Reds' eight- inpg as m
defense of the Canal Zone Gov- point truce plan "should form held and
ernment. the basis of discussion" and "The Un
Dolan is appearing before or- suggested the Allied counter- will contir
ganlzed groups in the Zone to proposals be scrapped. possibility
acquaint the greatest number The statement from one of the reasonable
of residents possible with the five neutral nations accepted by
civil defense program and plans the Allies came after the Corn-
for the organization now enig munist stand was stiffened by
established. British Prime Minister Winston
The civil defense chief's Churchill's qualified endorse-
Speakin program for the comn- ment of the Red peace plan.
tg.weel is: Monday, 6:15 p.m.,There was no hint that either
owner r Club. Bishop Morris Hall. There w o hint that ether
S T1 s dk Boyp Scut side would give in at the mo-
nci, Balboa, :30 p.m.; The Aled and ommunst a
Wednesday, Women's Club, Cu- istice Adelegd and Cgreed onyist ar-
rundu, 7 p.in.; Thursday, mstce delegates agreed only at
XKdghts of Columbus, Balboa, Friday's meeting that their pro-
Sm riday Eastern St posals on prisoner repatriation
8rhpid Chpt;ri Balbota, 9:30 were "completely contradictory."
Orchid nChapter. M 4 San- Harrison said the Communists
ruz and Sunday. May 24, p.m. either "misinterpreted" the new
'Cruz Baptist Church,1p.m. 26-point Allied plan for breaking
..,. ,; T ,, the prisoner deadlock.
Be said after the 80-minute
Sunday, May 17 Friday meeting he believed the
High Low Red team did not even try to
6:44 a.m. ........... 12:22 am. negotiate.
7:53 a.m. .......... 12:43 p.m. "Our proposal is Intended to


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Only the island of Jamaica (British West
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But anybody can label his wares as
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r NAMA, R. P..SATURDAY. MAY 16, 1953 ,


Negotiators Agree



ng But Accusations
.ed repati ion, to pro- it will not surrender a funda- tral ncusody for 86 .dw ,At the
in rights of the prison- mental. humanitarian principle end of that time any fel"lg to
provide a custodial or- vital to the whole free world. return to comment 'alto would
n which will be able to The State Department said the be fred.
ts functions," Harrison U.N. Command had accepted India Prime M aWa-
teds. much of the Red proposal as a haral Nehru umt d In
ommunists announced basis for negotiation and in turn seech before ndhu
* not accepted the U.N. proposed some modifications to t ew Delhi yete
of no forced repatria- make the plan "workable." led counter pr
y said they expect the "The suggestions are designed munjam be scrap the
all prisoners after "ex- to make the plan for making cua- iverged consldr the
i" which would ease tody of the prisoners of war who ndian plan appt the
nd "apprehensions." resist repatriation practicable U. N. General Assem
ile in Washington the and fair," the State Department "AI, Qlutlon is m hoe like-
artment Issued a state- said. y" the bai f .. re-
ounting almost to .a It said the U.N. plan aso would motion which a.t s the
that the eight-point protect the reluctant prisoners. Chinqe eight i al
it proposal for haWnd. "while at the same time satf- madeat PanmIm d -
irlsoner issue would. ba tg the Communists and the by the Allies, h ..There-
I coercion designedlt peoples of the world that the de- fore he added, the pla'
e 50,000 reluctant .elson of these- persons to go should "form the bIM of dis-
to return behind home or not to go home is en- aiulm."
lin. tirely their own."
point there can be 2n Some 50,000 Red prisoners hbve .The Indian resla.ta
the State Departmen said they would resist repatrda- d the General by
"The principle.t t tAon. a of 54 to iw eem ob-
not be used to compg The Red plan provided that je6tlesm of the S8ovet be
prisoners to go hom four months would be set aside in ed for a fout-nxat:a1 WI
very form of coerdi6n. which the Communists would be eommisslon to handl" e .ex
isoner of war que ,zha able to try to persuade them to eh e of pariso am d
ileaWitv but fundaznen- return home. that the fate *puumu
f free world philosophy The fate of anyprisoners still er unwilling to be E
egrity and rights of the refusing at the end of that time be ft to a poet-waSM
would be decided by the political conference.
men cannot and win conference. The Communists' ans al-
to regard human be- Th'e Allied counter-pr' al most. entcal exce ha
mere chattels to be suggested that the 4,000 Wrth calls for a five-nation neutral
used as such. Koreans refusing to go boha be commiesson.
Cited Nations command freed inmandlately after an aml.- India Is one of the flIvp "nhu-
iue to explore every stie ws signed. I dbth e'
for an honorable a nd Thib mae. nw 1,500 Chines the
solution in Korea but ri er would be held hu- ,eInae w of td
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Both offers' received t'
week from local supplier.
furnish Boquete coffee to .
Panama Canal Commissary Di-
vision will be accepted, it was
announced yesterday at the of-
fice of the Supply and Service
Director.
The offers were received from
Luls Hidalgo, of Panama, &at
Henry Mfehl, of Boquete.
Hidalgo offered 3W,000 pounat
of coffee and a entered .a
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."N otme peope might
view-fheaw," hS aad. "l-ey must
be welcomed as helping uenr
the teh d t the wiw .
"In ah-naa alo there a bee
evident a. desire for a peaceful
settlement of the Korean quest.
Ution.


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Louisiana lit


By Tornado;


Three Injured


LEWISBURO, La.., May 1 f).
- A tornado, dipping down jus
head of a violent thunderstoamn
lased this small South Louda-
na community before dawn to-
day. Injuring three person
demolishing four homes and
Id~a"agng an estimated 20 other
SDeputy Sheriff Van Joubert
of 81t Landry Paris identified
the Injured as Mr. and Mrs.
en R_. Nanks and the wife
of NegrO Weston Singleton.L He
said Mr. apd Mrs. Ranks suf-
fbred por cutS but that the
Negroa woman was Iltnred critic-
S .Id :be s aletop home,
ocoupFdA at tlh time by Single-


seven occupants
d from the Apnd,"
Bt only the wOman
ty said the 4ta
from the soutww
4 a.m. he aid It
400 to 500Sfeet- wMe
a small commtl


AboutR o U3OUUIK, mEUW v5Z D
them business establishments,
were drned, he said.
Thc -:eputy and mealdMnts of
the area described the dIatue-
anue. .as a tornado, bt .the
weather bureau at New Oig
said they doubted it wa a fit-
flieded tornado.
A ravy pain, acompauled by
a brlnt lightning .diplay, fl-
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