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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: AA00010883:01616
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f(test truce plan today and the Reds called a 24
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ratek. After a few words back President lienhower disc North Korean Gen. Nam
Id go be- and forth the two Panamanians sed Souh Korea's truce oppoal- of the Red team,
next ceae to blows. They were sepk- tion -mand with Secretary of called a recess until S
,y ask rated twice, the second time b# State John Foster Dulles and Sunday (1(0 L EDT
te's 9lth VaBejos' half-brother, Jorge Lu- Jhigh defense advisers today at day).
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M Ln- acer then hit Dias, who fell _eesi Apparently, Nam was
down w.r tthe concrete and re- The Waite House declined to powered to make Im
e head Injuris. He was comme4i on the meeting. But comments.
IUhly ao o pital. informe__ sources aLd It was
and U were both called because of South Korea's -- .
Sjon a charge violent objections to the truce
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night lsued a statemnt quot- two allied outpotsand pe
Ing Rhee as anylag the U.N. trate the main allied defi
Sr m a truce propee-l was "'naccept- line.
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eignl troops fre Keres, a U. 8S.- ran head-on into a foreI
a- plap In order to Korean dense pact, and the South Koreans who
Mthe Oat right of Soath Kocea to try to them In hand-to-hand
4to uhue that his son unify the war-ravaged nation., ng which lasted until a
eaeive an Amer- me's gvear f et threat- When the sun came M.
waths Maa1kwaklkinya eas to gamre' uay eme-.fire reinforcements rusbed 1Abe
SWtchdoctor hold whieh eM leave Kereoa l- mnun line fighttaL, wItich .ob
aMemMoy ever him. vMed sat aMow Chmese Com- tinue through the morf .
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eftWs his son to- sell. of fighting on the
North," meaning While the White House meet- ern front and the Cornm
.i^'. A. Ing was lU in progress South slowly but steady were
Korean ambassador You Chang back their former counlrym
education started Yan said In a formal state- from the South.
rBba loope from th men that the emnbay had
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State* to San Blas in termined that- Korea will never of the Red offensive waq
it continued although sign "an armistice agreement capture of Luke's CaitiS,w
was ejected twice which will leave the country outpost which commands a
t Wild CuIs coast. For divided." down two valleys deepD Inva
of years the boy, An embassy spokesman said lied lines and also offers
was exiled from his Rhee's position was communi- observation into Comm
nds for having ug- coated to the Embassy this morn- held territory.
revolution of nl i ansaiB tMe statement was CZ Firefighter
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a Iglesias opened his that Korea will nvser sign such of the 11-year-old ua
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SWhea any pelltieal person or grop of persons seemingly president to stand up against reign li Engliah. history.
S ewer in the evernmeat, while as a whole IM~e note the mobs. He's mored Into sev-
S .ken of their de4rie I, t appears as thbegqh sbveuvie eral cities with special investi- Edward VII gave Engltsh. corobatls t"heftt
are slowly ubt urely freed u p *e p eefd pee. gators. Has there been any mass greatest false start...On coronation t e 6 It Ias
rwa. ne the prinelel esf Ie AmwmaydM way le. l yl n of member? Mol announced the earexkeny wo av 9 bp
forgn way of life which has reduced lare masses i uNdA are poned. An emergeny tfdeon .
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*PANAMA AMERICAN C row.n g Queen ofthe
Wn MM S T ANAMA AMUERImCAase .WC Labor N(ws
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TauroeuMMR PANAMA No. 2.-0740 95 LINGS1
CAOI. ADDl eIe PANAMiRICAN. PANAMA .
ON Qe1, it tC CENTRAL AVINUP crrwrzw' 1214N ALM :ST 8THSTm
eMSeN s EPRIENTATsVIV, JO0SHUA 6POWE. INC s

S- o0-o so a4 o By Victor Riesel "J. ",




the law caught u a with the f l -Ifaide facta do n.t' b-- t
p o p O N u yV Aa. IN t, 2-0 P e t e r E'" ,6 / -r 'Wt e




u n tough, a hood b th olnew at guarded
STmS IS YOUR ORUa p THEa n Ad S OWN COLUMN Ike an cn l.eon .e a . ,-i
The Mil n ae forum h eedern of The Pn Amer- him up to the big house, ing om wncl


e Letter are received gratefully ad re handled in e wholly ing, for two years and thre on .
o sdblab=r o; ex*:......O r. ....




w t cas route a lr don't ae Impatient it it daest't appe r theh etch o for e I ti de fact nt ble

Sse R c Eepat o d tod eorege loen gth, ha haa i others, P t cwh-th ,
Side to;yt loi tear writer is held in stritest e e nfiden e. earned his cakes and thale e R" a" F i
This new paper o umer a pen forum bily for destate of mThe Panama Am en uh brue borce nth rd o Ae li
/ei pressed in letters fr*mrac e7 - Union, AFL : iIth h t o d teaan c sam .
n vTHE JACKASS NEVER FORGOT And w hart do you think the a r ."t o ae f w f a*n Ifi
BUT THE ELEPHANT DID rant and file dtitid? Thro be a e ppe r t h prtfon. c o fft h lt n t shw
ICurundu, C.Z. out? Noa They gave Parks T in a shiowsicw on. a lhti
wentO day. Lett les phar ned to therooaarlwkcoi es.y This was the first exercise hp ..., .,,





pir: parade. Tht made him grddeci
t Somebody who call hle.self e Le Font has finally aroused mar hadIn h Lar for P k it
evey mdemory fI have been trin to forget. Just confidkeep redin mncearch. And he n alked in w cr t
t, Thi n ewspap ero hawoudmano reniblit or ctlomns to a jpisaIng "With brute t orce"t Wesana.Oon..it gRtlt
'THE JACKASS NEVER FORGOT -A w th "



tharticle, E. Le Font, end remember that you said the jackass tailored martyr dom to th che r m a
lt c n asout of The sae o an uin c h iv nt es i a to ow on y on o ree R
If te jackaes left a mountain of manure, then how can Later he went back to aR oial le Mek toe
SRomebody who calls uhin elf E. Le Font has finally aroused. parshalde thea L m ade m a t r tb

S explain the added manure oe thatoyos is being it ed on top of thed ma e aote LC autot _O,.l'
e leRtetlin C _res vt hat onlpay raised forum themselves!l of there crw nowd, whtho rnly 1 C i i bot ngegiR *j
toOeoan up in such a short eteqhevalent to ke s nef roe e shaved head to show thea

rhej packasses he hve mountain steof manure, spe cia then how can Later he went back toj ail. I *ra lll.
A no d explain the adde m anure that is be in g pThe d ed op 1r1 he d u t o e r o t a eo g a .E.. .- t h-el t O h r at ha-e -tn len 'oe b. p O -
Sold heap? Republicans want you to lose yourw 0 2 ers a. int r. w
They. are flooring you now! bout time the ranko ustum le a r o tM de
Back a few years ago, it was Truman who wanted five billion stood up at meedl ano d i ne t e or dl t o p
to build a powerful Air Force for our safety, but the Republican fought back. it's timel aeav t ovonely --th de r a.
American neopl d the five billion instead." this Is oca wte prediction t _ul htig mo e hs Ira t Pa t e c


WAnd so The income tax was reduced. The Air Force was not special Grandl Jures w el in- o MEea n emora got Jrtrr b Tt t ... wa
built up. Do you know what happened? received TWO dollars duct some the toughest goonssent lat she eoro t
more on my weekly paycheck. e in some ol the roughest falradier timer .M eill a r havaoer -hn m
Sorry to say this. but that was not the happy ending. Prices rackets. ottert. ent itS havmte .eiro i
of food i ent up, and my extra two dollars went to the grocery s om. an wen e wa at 2a o trai e d t o le e R pbig t e P tro an "t
,store. Did I benefit? 'No! Did our Air Force benefit? No! Our That this will hurt all ,abob.cuo .m ft .a. t' t .. *







-oodwe nt Mc caneulia Cfthe rwasermon cuttn o gA ( houldyl of "'
good Republican Cngres benefitted the rich man to the extent goes without further s.ermon.,e rB
of five billion dollars and left Truman planning ways and means The Grand Jury revelationi.lg hW oln udINeTo a one-o -edh 'rr --d Iach art oe r apise h
of getting back the five billion from the rich m en w ho saved it startle the nation, unless they're un_ s__set -an o i e ..r p r e s, -_al g eo l dntd o nves da
onetheir Income taxes. Did you know that, E. Le Font? squashed by th of overnmenthe Air proroebl m. *heh h ,. . -h o ,p. h-imsla n ot l da t t',
Sheen Truman fire, MacArthur, I'll bet you had a fit aong fear that naming nc o h hf e t
with millions of other people. Before that year, you were well p placed of aior ma e o.-R .









es yabovapearndnem-lo -y eply. To rrerRel.. s the es.bo ppeith twe admeon ftabc to pod l .hm
satisfied financially, but then, you had to.forget yourself. You be t I ani o h h .. .. t *. ..
began to Yap about Truman being a Jackass. You and dmil- o. o o mo rpirriad .n as out .lUs aIstm0t0"mere.





Y'lions f.totler peole-thoug that everytl ay o Only the rankhand pfil e aI coqcw (hedh Slle IIat
r ea. Y ou t h pu g ht r th a t s as vtor a t h o nly lv i pe rson s ve t he'go vern m en t a n d labor rt Ji Y e r o r rl e a e rpe am.r Uiiat t.wi sb ..
that should haindle thesitall ond. w foolish you were. Don't such embarrassment. For ong. hew sot09 Pe t St deaecddt J t i
ou know that it wan MacArte r who wanted to _enter dManchuria nightar monthslf e ry o.th b -I ioPe -t' o1 O m W e i t.1 s.....
with a handful of troohps- .arid no air IAor.ce? emven,.Tt agreed teaI isen awna ichrsoI beoial
ha Truman was iht. wo eand youa kowoTnaft wouldn't agree that television sets whiho special b-4-Abha dbk.e Wod b








ma. Ad Alo the m ound -The me n a t a. ato >
the-chi One eafs to Anrs othe ri ^ Akaet athe lamten Wilie o as CO tOdfn a piSre Cdgt In i tafe e t1 u t' J hl)abg"J1 Aef1. ..
thTe world is round if he thought Columbust waan Democrat tudles reveal are high among h WAs HINTON-(NEA) The man on one of Weeke the Secretary h e, a, l i
hee tthe chief factors in keeping the a st seats n on days the itaereme Umes to nettr f .e fh co pany .ore he i t ed 0 - f d soUtinte
The Republican Elephant C todsy has forgotten theway our members a home nighs. Harol .Talbott. ecrtary of the Air Force. The the U. 8tl it .s, al o l
ntry cremated by epuby llca in g toa 10 tse And the wives can encourage res- S for his discomfort" i that to e Air ForceWh workmtnroundse e .-
19 pat20ears aO there were 120 million people being led to the men to participate in the budget for nexnt year has oeen cut I over, 5 do ronge a.
i roa to 22rye ears do udth and .onle toa e .nmerolta uon union whieh bargains or the billion. a ct the ji s. fixtu ts mnd ab, tn -" .







ad o unin a t doo rtde ma o l postav a tiomn b r a h t M o l b
criesin the chens. boyw suporteng the vi ion e adi ntne. o rld ation ubane to pOerDduillil
rol e ryto -ra loveti aand unemployment. Taxesrwered very low pay envelopes ic kee Shdhe ideal n cut like a oad 0dt t oft llef what the pl antg d -m r'"
ju to have pople under their th s wear It can be done. It has been and ith : economy pr ? e r Should he speak With all this
wpy oe cai he jb Cainers r do a dnone. out' in favor of more airpower now-Ld take the, an't slent too muchh.
a in filthy hell-holes And coal miners hd topay for the. political consequences?; tIP- es sw ay, the r e,
teof their light on their forehead. Republicans throttled every- There is a union which stood If the new eret of the Air Force is a .Ot tndeeeetery J .-
thng under the sun. They tried to recent employis from form- up aainStL the "enforcers" of bewildered' by this lemls, it is 0mall eandx, lawyer, h e'w, ce
in unions that would demand clean working conditions for hu- Fralcte Cotelo, JOe (Doto) He haS been described as being a gqod bit ke tnWordW
s tAmaot. e Adonis, Al (the Executionhr) the famrfunc staning"a th.e 4de .ti the .WO2enRobptI ORe.
or Oner s t o An there Anastas k tae latfie o oe rbadn stoadIana a piece tt ~ ope on hei s.., tui er rWliudeeid .tdO bel 1
P.S. Then above let coai few-0tate, ents of fapt exactly (He'-,Ta i-TAft okeh mor- Whn baasserb It on bl ask wh.11 Wq TanO b of
rhe siou e mhe nresa otthe tsst tte These men controlled o 1thee eredt o beodred ehe d. 1 bU,- .Al

ullc r ofegme y basnd redan and salayto of a trhe r nicke wh-a i moedtoteIea
n!W cVt of ln r g)or tn it endoapp.other tedeore peeeta t rn rsd ..
qoty he able toe ther unenNorthJ r gambling circuit i un't- make up my ifinwthe heth
ent doafh edr myt e working the nooeisetoehod te ydasta Tr king some p $0 ani eor, alfoun4 -ap pe'e of roe. i
radAutene t inothe Pnbest f'anmy l uontledgefb" f tten s n a yean ol hlor p -ferti ahe-iso..m es.Bu _e
vlaolttle guesswork and opinion, treby proiatng that notice The.workers ecl noon hrouh rge at niegis.and-hopingothat the crytrywo.....;
L have blamed the Democrats as being. Wright Aeronautical plant. does, he may hang himself with his otwnorope.- t P politicss
To the contrary, th S peopl w oanw4yrsfgo Talbott sdb Republicain and a good. friend ,since'Weael epeole--rennwn0yeas..wgoa dwY
e should recall mny sad Incident;broughte about by the The Auto Union stumbled o n hof Ike' --dat nE kbefo nticTa o.ve-. o fl ._
blican regim e (and quick retaliation and Salvation of h ua- tI ld r w en it moved bn ti In factor oIthe select coterie c miPOlte "




woner t rem eer oed.e t p nll The plnt brewTodben they etaay'nu a al an in W. day wal
in ivigby ocratic guidance) if Only those 40dpyear-01di the area In search of a $5,000 invited to the White House for evenings of He waibdri In A



S hil evy re ufer you we on au ters n Wi aint the corrupt one big shot piust either golf obrig with the Pres-i
friends about h m theiratual experiences w oithh disaster ruin r they found the at the national Ident. hair,.graing but til"
and death's doorstep their the younger generatlion would heve s cIme yndicatpwan s taking som Harold Talbot t was tapped for a Washingoe d..d.17 V
P*veed this new Republican tlonaireu Club" from takinsl $ee50,000 a cearp ou t he b sh e h se at Pent.e lU M thl.o
ice-h anl lte sret yo-h boepreinp a tter f d oTer' i o li nt. et ro aidered him for several spots.



1andsop lt me prepade thresatY Utbhe moen prep areAllr: No ,w
SOure neme s.bor e romenturnsbnoffeicn"otic dat!onc. tfe- eINte h nw:
tln -on at Congrs toIurnsiD Dooeratioca nce. proet T e hionTis- oretr mbhdTe ett saido otle asveo ny oarnethairt t-r
STUDENTWANTS LETTEReEXCHANGE including tool sheds and water He had been I aviation s o TDNW TLTR-tneilA



over whe asets, picking a up bets of sn an when he was president, at 28 oftheDay
69 Hill Road 2rtdFloor, eormos scale. The local Auto Wright a It held contracts for bm, lah..la"ed an a orenioteeUat the 7 9
Sledobrwd-rorrlrIennng wotmolanes.tt TSboN or I in the m inal
West Point, in U ion:ledato Boberrmem- ang some, zut o g',
i. FuOMuWlo] N bl caelStheistewau to-Un on t'"be..... 't'"---ialCorp ,which COM e c -.'U..d wa
Ishallbeverygt io ii f sm t *h s ere ofd ane frontin for a'' t..e director Of aircraft production. If''"Medstqf0- a
the names and addresses of some schools and youth oroed izatinAf the. mobs., He warned that Ahfterna'ns r.taty"of'the Air FI-e.fcc "
In!cPanama, so that I shall be able to get in toucl ewith them to the uldon would iot, process President mwt oldToItt that the 'Way tared o14 VIte 4
It-rt a students' correspordencs project between countries, The any greane the fired sit at a Pentagon.des 'I"*a'ther
ti urposerof this project is for promoting abetter inder4 fa 9gmbling, but to y r w eout, g see its I.nallalons. Con*w Up- dell"gro eeting.
be".very much appreciated. p orcors" were seth to move,Othe ieTm bn noffLce. -f
x am looking forward for your early reply. -od h od c ofh., me ueloni officials h as He haslig e nio n_ "ur...en.baugt. th..o
oriwarning. But ri.bt here is nearly.all those ac- *4 ic.lIe stil"e'=


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111 1 lii ,A round o .lils functonss was w gien bY Mr. A. L, bey p
tohonor atW hav e ra thonorat The regular monthly meet-
.. h p r el..who are Club, Wednesday t honor. ad mog coee of te
les.nn the John Hpof K t Auxiliary of tCe 0atun Union 421Il
.. ... ...Rm Mrste Church.
emn el h m of w t ............ . ..... T hostesses for cf ffee at 9:00
fare leavi son rFfor thte State0. ac. were: Mrs. Tracy White,
-.-- ........l.... ~Irt e and Mrs. IMrs. WaHace Thrift, Mrs. H. C I.
S Wa .. ... rJ Da 're, sIn tor Alting the hote were: o, and Mrs. F. ae. McDer- "
I CatholiC S*Jj4l A OB mc ellonol sowhr given at Mrs. J. W. 3. Bourgeois, M ott.
.Ii ***m I Noeile q.urter- at Fort Russell Cl and Mr T A Mr LaWrence Chambers, of
h.- --o gve teto Timm ,e a ona "v. "J err
a, aM d therine Mr. bert Lee preteJhsided In te IIIon,1 u
S C Mr. and ms. t art Mr ilerte pede .
d.. ... oo...brr of the leave For states W. A. Vn ai
1- yl ....... .u.ne ol Cris- Mr. and Mrs. J s Mrs. Margaret Morrish of Los I eul CW s
D...* fo **s m AM o mar- of Gatun, left by plane Thurs- Angeles, told of her trip
useuq maw ... Ido lV r around the world, at whash PS E*IXI|
-- t *** .**., , R.ymo 'of will visit her family before ma- tine sho painted scenes in the cramunaship s
S. r '" D rlcul.tiUng org mmer Work vrous aces e toe ppae n
0 11Nt 1 .ta Ws gts Mr.- at scholensutuat Rw vi elt lae fm-. tve lmmb ens eley.. pie. a |Choose fro .
o of..r ..s. o Mr. and m Sool program was
f., u Ie e ia S-reit r. tuap" Srt w.ivitw announ ce th e 1at th '.pp .
-, UI andMrs.Melle ........,.........l.8 a l i ~-. o. a the huch a ilhOp
.= 1"rd. Ison or -r. and A .suay fo eNoo l -l pr.o .


W ll..rag S61 .6m s a ., a ,v i S *...... .g ti .y. lael of N w hacm l onr, ttheo ce of the r
Y4 varo.u. slce she soppe.:.
A at schooliMr. and Mrs. 3. N. BrCndatd,
MeS t r t -l .v. fi Margarita, were t.h e mn dinner i


w~ITn e g P P w ..lan r a vaca. tsiota the a e at 1
saift s, r Visie torhk ex Cristobal irst co munon by the new-r I
_",._,_._a_ _i_ i_ .o 1_.s, -- _. Illeen Ble.kley of air. e confirmed and the monthly w
tm ..9.... 1 ..*.boa, cand l au Washton, Datof corporate e ommunion of the:
Wnsted.Diablo, were the overnight Wman's Axiliary will take
s.a tof Donna Humphrey, of laces at t.Pe hh
NaL ATIOn p Moing to Mrs. I rCristobal, and attended the tomorrow morning
Ti oa w6nd ttl Miss bow Installaton Wednesy- Mu n tht S e icea choral wAtS R. Sbo p
wr tAssoDe -lHdsfrnuthe members o the auxiliary willt:
,. i IM1 u1 *********11*1**** m rLeaving oSurprise, also present their United Thank
.Ji m .... .... G re eley, C olAr w V o r ad o k.
.-l A surprise farewell luncheon The sermon will be delivered
SIeh, is leaving during was given at the Hoel Wash- by Dr. John Townsend as
a e~a sa. 184 am Mantheeekend for Greeley, Co- ington, Weduesday to compli- guest greaher, with Rley. John_
... '- a.. S of her arbara, to o 0 Solo. Morning prayer and church ... ..____ ne
SIII u a IT e .d m .. .._ I.I_ i B.I/I* Wsit -- .. Mr. John dw .ck .BlackImore. school are scheduled for 10 a.m. i -
-- ... T . Ii _The cerempny will tk plae A bon voyage gift of an eve-followed by evensong and sermon
Sa .. ,...... sa uam ... ..-. 'on June 21 M reeley. ning purse was presented the at 7:30 p.m. rr
s M honoree by the ladles present. The parishioners are looking
.Pf Frtead Share Nmors At Those who participated in forward to the observance of
O,' uri Boa Vryage arMty. luncheon and gift were: Mrs. their patonal festival, which will
-, i i A bvonaoep "c pr tyV. W. Adler. Mrs George Carl- begin on June 2 and end on St
TU And de 5June Thwidll -M sm's let Q iack a
e .", Red,-NeoGAfascist Preelectaaon day on June 21. Pel o a tbt nor
to Wis.&IAn Play Ball! trying NhrS.srmn. Thin
S'il S,. S s d ttRICHMONDVa. (UP) City cobat the grm w ssts
AbutA 111 4111nw- .l In. CI0a6SYhes Averted In Romeb .... oerkcn m u .was byhee ~ yi


B fag1 Wga narrowly averted a clash be- Italy's C-mmuuiat vo Jh de-
B va5170 sBa tween thoriand of Italian crased after seven years and | | | I t
i",B M a.. Communists near the ancient wmae ,u00ndLO,,000 n air. under t
FORg T aDablowlr thcolo es l night as the Amer i a's b anti-Co i mun- I
Saycampain t unday's pa-tprotam
-Bind ., ]lamoeptary elections closed with The setting that 72-year-
Ui.<.. ..-..J. aT+...urn,. o,. Dwycu..a o~ ~ _,. -- Ce Abe mass meetings throughout theold de Oasperwould win the Wo neseS
Sprizsoan ss o. s taa CommunCtss, part of a necessary to form a solid mor
o Abjo. crowd of 100,000 who turned eminent with his four-party Unitarians are et boand by seed -
S A out to hear Co t boss alliance d eah w the ht to
r- **- ** ****'-.- ** ;.BS LPalmro Toglatti make his final But the margin was expected ao his *wn relim,. tadseed ua.e
Iwo ..... ..s GNP" 9a10Mres.aB ookas c.nd.littleMi sRaiSnbow InS Stallbesonrro ati eenhe inwt heaseveac trhoral Avs sa reg
ui nm mI ... IoVnI, ptrg or ral- current rainy weather mlht /rapO, hbleve the D D -
S .. s sI w ... n........ e lyo MI neo-rs at t for the government IoIri it than the ern ed.a
Ig- u ----,--A
*.E*** "............... q colasBeum s Toglatt finished kewg large numbers from this It reawn why maay eat-
51. f5 a17 1Tel ah"s " f sking t standing hwiiaidttriasi were embes
S4-'.- Cac cn c bev eral thousand police mov- of the rn'tarian denomination. Th"e- e
S 'S- ed out of de nd block- It de Oaeri la nots returned i de Thomas Jeiterson., Hr.e Mai
lsil i iant o. ed the Communists. who booed with f~ull owner It may mean Dannel Webter. asuan B. Anythema
E P IA A. -S-'sis- f- oa toudl. bt did not gry to break the end o Italan support for UEnItarin beesoe th? d mt n he ow e
W gu ordo ,- lr,' -- --. Sa-.. _. hNo njurnes were the North AtlantLi Treaty and te ta the wy "
S. tr. m d. ant proyectf. The sne Ilves is the real test f his re
SO. 1 16n .o. oeesd. .are the colosseum and the i are bitterly I
Sie So. i isome 0.000 persons a- opposed to them. We ivite y to join our. service of-
S L """ ....ampaign speeches by wIZ" l a t.. ef-
ay O B11 ** *N t.* s.,l Ano-as V d rgt leaders headed by WeIlley 10:3, p0t this Seoday g at a
S--. .-s .:::::::: secra Aust de M- s n ervce at J.W.B.Are Frces


sM ewr p m Sd ............ l l for peace, u er t thodlst Church, olonu I
SI-iWd ,, ane an eb e ,conducted by Rev. ,Nor-,


uIuSum. ^BBge"Hc&WF'. *S ahave helped make the five-week The nigt service will include I
SnS i I Amr aaI ean one of the quietest In the ml eio of new members
-g I 3Btalin history. But the one. aM ba services will be followed
Swith old-time tradition. cd by J. Brathwate at
.Sie t f- I "p m tM a ne person has been killed 9rl a.Il. -unday School wil be No. 4 1" Street1 ,I
la I..--In lS .r lls election outbred kse of violence. ,
I -. .. 1.In the l elelonh- ewhens Abeend. Rainbow City. the Offers to printerien and other interested...
"-li-e '' ^'*lit a Ik *,. i f SJ I a i a1aCM t the Communists were more mil- ll o'dek mornneservice will be'
..i _nt- 14 persons were killed byden and the ....
AMPi 1 C.M at and 8g ivjured. Rev. Pratt. Bond paper (16 lbs.) white and colored
RtME "June.o..U_....) Flk. i .Ie 4p.m. se eat aIf I I cr i paper
IUD c"-*o--- Iate seven*years ** Ledger paper white and yellow

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11% 8e 99mI.11-NO AM .d -) ODt Wcith AYACTE Invitation card (Vellum)
via'-. .* W JUNE 8a-19; 9-11:3 0 AM. MONDAY, FRIDAY All types of paper for printer or office
Su I o anea A types of office and school artic les
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HORIZONTAL 56 Female sheep
I Hot cross (pI.)
SHo st 57 Abstract being
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8 Head tax I Bundle of hay
12 Consumed 2 Indians
bread and 3 What the
meat raven said
13 City in 4 Start
Pennsylvania 5 Ireland
14 Cry of 6 Ducks
Bacchanals 7 Supplied
15 Bulgarian coin bread and
16 Dizziness meat
18 Calabar bean 8 Punitive
alkaloid 9 Above
20 Nostrils 10 Misplace
21 Operated 11 Inferior
22 Cinnamon 17 Entrances
19 Grates 3
24 Cured pork 23 Beginning
cuts
26 Hireling
27 Nickname for 1 .
'.loses
30 Runs away
to marry -
32 Cuts of meat
34 Pouches -19
35 "- de I
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36 Scottish uncle
37 Repose -
39 Curved -
molding o 1
40 Used to serve
bread and q
meat y
41 Girl's name ,
42 Extra a .
45Enraged
49 Nativeof a l q T
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51 Mrs. Cantor -
52 Related
53 Capital of iS
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54 Recent s
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24 Goddess of
youth
25 Astringent
26 Worms
27 Bread spread
28 Oklahoma
emigrant
(slang)
29 Italian city
31 Weirder
13 Lyric ode
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40 Male bee
41 Christian
saint
42 Cicatrix
43 Jab
44 Landed
46 Title
47 English
statesman
48 Black birds
50 Exist
50 Exist


Army Worms Swarm 8 States;


Poison Experiments Rushed
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CHICAGO, June 6 (UP) foot in his fields. The insects
Army worms invaded two more were causing extensive damage
states today as U.S. Agriculture to ryefields in southwestern
Department scientists rushed Virginia and leveled a 35-acre
experiments on a poison which 113d of al-iglia and oats In
they hoped would wiped out the Prince George County. Va.
croo-devouring insects. The greenish-brown insects,
Today's new reports meant developing in record numbers,
tha. the worms were swarming because of a cool, wet spring.
In eight states, have devoured thousands of dol-
lars worth of crops in Illinois,
The worms were found In six Indiana, Ohio, West Virginia,
western Pennsylvan ii countries Kentucky and Maryland.
and in portions of Virginia. The army worm attack wias
One Pennsylvania f a r m e r reported at its peak in Indiana.
counted 70 worms to a square "There are so many of them
that they're becoming cannibals
.'with the big ones coating the
Small ones." Purdue University
entomologist said.
At Beltsville, Md., the Depart-
THE WNOLI ment of Agriculture rushed ex-
WI1LD g periments to devolp a poison to
S .... otier a riny WoFTs. '
Farmer Hiller Moris of Mason,
Ill., complained that two Ikinds
Sof insects had ganged up on
,him.
"The cut worms strip off the
corn leaves and let them fall to
the ground," he 4id, "Then the
army worms' march in and eat
the leaves." .


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SWASHINDTOif, Juae 6 (UP)- shrugged and said: "It's all right Dooretep" showing the-a mic
n-.- dim 3 Hoyt S. Vandenberg said to- with me." explosions and its effect on two
P B nama tGl _en. C r -is 3._mayd and Wl. ls id .there is noth- houses during the recent tests in
, ,--.-t.' talo n ; 1 nreito AbbaSTl ed 45.- Nevada has eenreceived by the
w ill.o tt e o00 In IFrce per- Canal Zone CVlyil Defense offl oe
at the 2 mln sratlon econo- sonnel in ftiea lI. 1 He said it and will be shown at a series of
*.''' and draw- 34be elo. y hrogyam ay ySOpple the aa- could be revised after studies by town meetings to be held In the
3 lo ineu for the te ,*.-UJB, A- Uon' atoms. .n eT re. : the new Jotbn ghle of Staff near future.
S. -. d I V-an r ore who take overthis Summer. The motion picture Includes
.. etTeeeled oeu of. ff, ... o g te td the subcom- both slow motion and stop mo-
l Woan's Club Noiee Pr e aden Tr lpropratons suboommiltte a mittee ti fe.t the U.S. has the tion pictures of the two houses
of the Balboa ~~_ .zue M sy sent tomlc b b a no justification frm the time of the first blast of
ad their guestsar a bmy a t 7- for euttlir w a the number the bomb until there Is nothing
jgE .21 to .lnie31 ..r7 I a to .tted f mF0n Sm _-ms Vi +f,_f .. mof Aitr m4 Ja.uw He denied visible t dust and flyin debris.
ySt in 1e ^J.-.sy WpS_ r'u nopf a lmir. ao,3tlon- that I.luee.inbmber "pay- The flm. M made by the led-
S3 N D ononn Thurs, ecrity.s lo4a" necesriy mean fewer eral Civil Defense A straton
10 T, at' .0-p .m. et thie plneu. ae needed by the Air for public howin to m.ble
S*M. O. ihael r i '" or' the need fobr ai civil defense
AM CCoALCs m.US.uru1d .la ..,o.and the value of Simple,I expen-
Surnd .l. ~ot. prhpol w- Vandenber 'quoted Lemay as "ive a Mpe S helte sen-
t A ha a e er calls for 2 wlngs for the saying that's strategic air wings The first shown of the film
AS 1 p strategic Al Go S- he are the "minimum" required for according to an ann
Md A|'. 1Im bombs to Russ* Inaevenoofn evetr of ar-. .ma s40 t *he Cbef, Vill he at a civil defense
,_.- The 143.-wfl Airm Force remal- kWed fao*e ting net Thu.day n ight atI
l ed-mended by o-President Truman TheAr.Si ofl tboeeTls eaPd g net Th wyi at
Cehof the ee. Mmbe unable o at would Have had 57 strategic the strat.A*cmmand and of the min wh ens at 7

an e0 ove tniitrr_ :8? A3ee before P.~~M. atrda or emosl.toe
S-y u -- .I k.-- ne 8 (UP) ,peo+plge to-o- and rsidets of the commiu-
... r ,, l Prealdent of wnW nity been requested to at-
S an spaer .pfub- o are han'othe ill Pester tend.
ofater toa: ut7e we0t; RAR o .ta (UP) erato Doote" t othcanal
S, m Pnama ana~it No. 1, vantage war on i the in-n before the sena sub- toteo sa. LeonardL poted a one civilian communities will be
aval ota- will be held at the Legion Club trodetlea of controversial sub,- committee. new record befe the tis0 announced later. t
lt. n Tues-ay evenPres. Jd WiUO made tthe statement bt lative c eonittee. He In addition to the civil defense
p. ..e ., ne.-ptper' job a then to P u- on o here before t.- sub e 0 bills on the meet at chagre anext wee I
l a Orox" Ml "re about P CnlUiN.theIn M" a.s before th- stateon.l heard L Voted" one civ y ipanech m nd1 of tain to
v a lt: eld at the e sanual conven ar ed about b-e lawomiateer the various otbsanationsoil ci de-
,direa. |e Cln Colon on y, tloo of ta.Jlsleisslpplpresa As. Vand BQuy, he state's history* lens mat ra. He will speal at
Z on at u.e .. 5:05 8:58 p.Tk;e rH.e.In 7:30pm. Monday to the Shrileu
.for an- injded a ouendi trip In "Te futre of newspapers r Club in Cristobl and at the
an itmetndntgoned bus to and vgoro editorial ahse hour eiiat St.
d n panam am. he Strang er u Clb, di written a mmn's Church at Abe
Wodruf ar ad danGong TMr OD out Dad D T A a tRELEASE d seds

tb at ibneta (DnWm aIn) tin tMe to .leave *lamreoitthe vr At. I ECHNICOLOR!
t et( acoppted at :30 p.n. lanta a n ituton
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b7 Mr. or Uent or the Mae ahat n o ma- a t . t the l .|
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"THE PROPHET OF BETRAYED LOVE"
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No. 4 Tivol Ave.-Phone 2-2291, and

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


Sai6n de Belleza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street


Agencia lateraacional de Publicacioaes
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


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10.05 Moledeis ATv-Phone SI Coloa


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FOR SALE
Household
F0 SAt :-6 cu. ft. Westinghouse
% Cfrggemtor. 25 cycle, $50.00.
I15-C. Tel. 4-279 Cocoli, C. Z.


F SAt.E:-Bendix automatic wash-
lr.60 cycle. $125.00. Phone Bol-
2-3770.
F A LE:-1950, 9 cu. ft., West-
hus, 25 cycle, refrigerator, ex-
*.f laete, Reasonable. Call Albrook
AFB. 86-6212, Qtrs. 304-A.
FW SALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse
:and rigidaire refrigerators, G. E.
'hi.rg.n machi.rw, radio, bedroom
fliningroom furniture, bureaus,
Chairs, typewriter, .girl's
bi c ,. miscellaneous household
itemd. Tel. Balboa 3041. House
451 Ancon Blvd. (Next to house

FOR'SA.Et: One round mahogany
table with four *chairs. Call 82-
4135 days and 83-4131. evenings.
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refriger-
Fator, 25 cycle, $50.00.- Furniture.
SMisc. household goods. 1473-C.
i. Tel, 2-4429. .


FOR SALE: Beautifui genuine Chi'
nese Dragon rug, in perfect con-
dition, 8 x 10, a bargain, maho-
gany futuristic desk built in book-
shelf glass top, two Ironr flower pot
stand, mahogany center table,
mirror top. Pictures. 37th St. No.
7, upstairs. Tel. 3-1025.


FOR SALE: Miscelloneous furni-
ture, perfect condition, No. 10,
46th St. Bello Vista.


FOR SALE:-Diningroom set; Refrig-
orator, venertian blinds; washing
v machine; 35 mm Mercury II ca-
mera; fishing equipment. House
176-D, Pedro. Miguel. Phone 4-
428. .
FOR .SALE: -- Miscellaneous house-
i hold furniture, good condition.
Reasonably priced. Phone Colon
1025 or 9th St. 10103.
FOR SALE:-Bedroom suite in mod-
ern mahogany dresser, chiffonier,
.and large mirror $100.00. Radio
Phonograph Combination. original
cost $400. Price $250.00. Type-
Writer Desk, $30.00. Spinet Piano
.(mahogany) $400.00. House 0255
Fe. Gamboa. phone 6-362.
FOR SALE:-9 cu. ft. Westinghouse
refrigerator, 25 cycle, fiber rugs.
IghJng fixtures, and misc. tables.
kilbeo'2-1738 or 1468-D, Holden
'St.
FOR SALE:-G. E. Refrigerator, fans
electric, 25 cycle, vacuum cleaner,
.Universal. Misc. household effects.
Oldsmobile 41. House 1475-B,
Holden St. Balboa.
A SALE: Crib and Innerspring
mUtmess $15.00, high chair, $8.-
00. Call Panama 2-5075, Hervey
BARGAIN:-60 cycle refrigerator. 1
year old, 4 years guarantee left.
Beautiful condition. $195. Apply
'Apartment 9. 21 Fourth of July
Avenue.
FOR SALE:-Mahogany table, chairs
and buffet $40.00. Mahogany
,twin beds, $20.00 each. Metal
jler $15.00. Metal bureau, $15.
110. Telephone Balboa 3150.
FOR SALE:-9 ft. 25 cycle Westing-
house refrigerator. Very good con-
ditloni Guarantee still good,- $95.
.00. 1357-,D Pedro Miguel.


FOR SALE
r pats & Motors
FOR SALE:-Sailboat 20' I x 6U'z' w
gray marine gas engine, soils, good
condition. Phone Mr. Linden 25-
3865 or 3461' Radman.
IFOR SALE:-32 Ft. Cabin Cruiser,
Alabama. Phone 2-2836, Balboa.
FOR SALE:-Aqua Lung. complete.
Includes, weight belt, depth guage,
.faller attachment. Perfect condi-
lion, used'only five times. Must
,"P. Best reasonable offer. Phone
Oru 5110 or Quarters 2211

P SALE: Ford Model A engine
/ er boat completely rebuilt less
monadold Marine clutch to fit in
'prts not assembled. New bronze
shaft 1 !4" x 64". lots of stain-
less steel cables, turnbuckles bolts,
screws, etc. Also scrop lumber
$150.00. Box 2111 Cristobal,
phone 3-2384.


BATTERIES

Popular Prices

.hevrolet .....$25.75
tmih. . .. 25.75
f *....... 26.75


FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE: 1950 BUICK SUPER
CONVERTIBLE. Excellent condi-
tion. Priced for immediate sale.
Autos Eisenmon, next to Coco Co-
la Plant, Panama.


FOR SALtE-1949 PONTIAC CON-
VERTIBLE, Standard Transmission.
Radio, W-S-W Tires. Mechanically
perfect. Good Paint. Good Body.
AUTOS EISENMAN, Tel. 2-2616,
Panama.
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet' 4-door
Sedan, in excellent shape with
white wall tires, radio and seat
covers. Buy of the week. Smoot v
Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central
Ave. Tel. 800 Colon.


FOR SALE: 1940 Buick 4-door,
good transportation for only $100.
00. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
St. Central Ave. Tel. 800 Colon.


FOR SALE:-1949 Buick 4-door for
only $1,199. Spotless, beautiful
upholstery, 5 good white wall tires
and radio. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A.
16th. St. Central Ave. Tel. 800,
Colon.
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 4-door
with radio. Con be financed, easy
payments. Trade in accepted. -Ex-
cellent buy for servicemanr. Smoot
y& Hunnicutt S. A. .16th. St. Cen-
tral Ave. Tel. 800, Colon.


FOR SALE:-1946 Station Wagon,
good for hunting and fishing
transportation. Easy payments for
on easy buy. Smoot y Hunnicutt S.
A. 16th St. Central Ave. Tel. 800,
Colon,
FOR SALE:-1942 Cadillac, 4 door,
$675.00; 4 cu. ft. deep freeze,
$85.00; call 2-44Z4 between 4-7.
p. ". 5337-C. PoDavis. St. Diablo.


FOR SALE-Studeboker 1948, $600.
. 00. Loving -for States, must sell.
P. 0. Box' 666 Fort Clayton.


FOR SAL-:.-- 1948 Frazer 4-door
Sedan $350.00. Prigidoire refriger-
ator 7 cu.- ft. $60.00. Electric
Range $125.00. Phone 5-528 or
see at 230-B Gatun.
FOR SALE: 1948 Nash. Business
Cou0e. House 1473-C, Balboa.
Good condition.
FOR SALE:-FeI '51 De Luxe four
4"r, very gepd cenditiep, law
mileage. $1,375,00. Gueremfeed
SMOOT & HUNNICUTT. S. A.
16th St. Centrl Ave. Tel. ,
CeIea.. -.- .-
FOR SALE: 1939 Chrysler Royal,
four door sedan. Good transporta-
tion. $200.00 6r best offer. 5624-
B, Hecker Place, Diablo.
FOR SALE: 1949 Buick 2-door
Sedonette, dynaflow, radio, sun
visor, plastic seat covers, w-w tires,
trailer hitch, complete copper ex-
haust, car in excellent condition.
$1,150.00. Phone 3-2927, house
98-C. New Cristobol.
POR SALE:-BARGAINI 1948 Read-
meter ulick Sedem e, aOod tiesm.
Rectony Ma leLd. $795.00.
CaO be flaMlee. Cell 82-4169.
FOR SALE:-1951 Plymouth Sedan,
radio, leather upholstery. Amason.
Call Balboa 2333.

FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:-Beach house at Gorgo-
na, next door to Duvols. Furrl.h-
ings, gas ice box and stove, sleeps
seven. Can be isen all day SatUr-
day morning. Dietz, 37-8-8711.

LOST & FOUND
LOST:--Pair of eyeglasses n Canal
Zone public bus No. 32 Wedres-
day 3, reward offered. Telephone
85-3281 Monday on.

FOR SALE
Motorcycles.
FOR SALE:-Cushman motor scooter.
Excellent condition. Call Albrook
86-7237.
MORALE FOR EQUINES
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. fOP) -A
pony belonging to Hurd Hull was
killed attempting to climb a lad-
der to Hull's barn loft to get at
the hay.


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MISCELLANEOUS


Wite Al khere Ame aleslE
2081 Amem. C,. Z.


DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue, K Street comer.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.


INVITATIONS ore tendered to qual-
ified architects, to submit draw-
ings of proposed Knights of Colum-
bus Bldg., Balboa, C. Z. Specifica-
tions can be obtained from man-
ager of Columbus Club, Balboa.
Drawings submitted later than June
16, 1953 will not be considered.


Through the Panama Canal aboard
the Hotel El Panama "Pescadora"'
lunch included $10.00. Friday
June 12th, 6 a. m. Pier 17 Balboa.
See your' Travel Agent or phone
Jungle Jim, Panama 3-1660.


A VISIT TO THE SAN ILAS
ISLANDS!
June 12, 1, 14.
The trip of your life. A Jungle Jim
Jaunt thru the Poanma ,Conal to
Colon Son Bias and Porto Bello! A'
three day trip obord the Hotel El
Panama's Pescadoro. Leave Balboa
Friday 6 p. m., arrive Colon 2:31 p.
m., leave Colon 9:30 p. m. for Son
Bias arid. Porto Bello. returning Co-
lon Sunday afternoon. Through the
Canal Monday 6 a. m. returning to
Balboa. Meals catered by El Panama.
Bring slacks, shorts, bathing suit.
jacket,- flippers and spears for -un-
edrwater -fishing, and your camera
and rolls of color film. Pelose make
reservations early through your Traver
Agent, or Jungle Jim Price at Pan-
ama 3-1660. Special price for groups
of 10 to 16 people.
To MIAMI & NEW YORK via AREA
Boeng 4-engine planes. One-way
to' Miami: $70.00 Round-Trip:
$126.00. One-way to New York:
$114.00 Round-trip $214.00. See
PANAMA DISPATCH SERVICE,
telephone 2-1655.


By popular demand Hamett & Dunn
will again resume ballroom dance
classes at Cristobal 'Y" Monday &
Thursday. First class, will start
June the 8th, 5 p. m. for teen-
agers. From 6:15 p. m. for service-
men, group. Couples class from
7:30 p. m. Consult your "Y" for
prices and registration.. Call 3-
2163.
RESTAURANT CONCESSION
Bids will be received in the office of
the manager. Curundu Post Restau-
rant and soda fountain concession.
Bids will be received until 1300, July
5th. 1953. Address bids to Restaurant
Officer, Curundu Post Restaurant.


PIANO PIANO
We repair, tune, buy an dsell. Ex-
clusive agent of the famous Baldwin
Arosonic and Hamilton pianos.
Easy terms. 34th St, facing Lux
Theatre. Telephone 3-4947 3-
0672.

FOR SALE
MceleHlaneos


FOR SALE: Baby bed, mattress
matching chest. Excellent quality.
grey enamel. Albrook 86-2102.
FOR SALE:-4 door 1951 Studebaker
Champion, seat covers. Original
owner $1.100.00; Westinghouse
refrigerator 9' $75.00. G. E. wash-
er $65.00. All in A-1 condition.
1465-C. Holden St. Tel. 2-2893.
FOR SALE:-Brond new Zenith Con-
sole AM-FM 4 speed record play-
or. Mahogany. $200, Albrook
5106.
FOR SALEi-By competitive bid: One
Popcorn machine. For further in-
formation call at Navy Exchange
Office, building No. 24, Naval
Station, Rodman. Telephone 3339.
FOR SALE: Tropical Aquarium
Fishes, just recently arrived Glow
lite tetras, Catfishes and Brine
Shrimp eggs. At Casa Mike. Colon
FOR SALE:--One 1-8 HP and one
1-4 HP motor, 60 Cycle $10.00
each. One Fluorescent Lamp, Ar-
chitect type. moveable $21.00
Two Fens metal covered, floor
type, electric. $15 00 each, port-
able typewriter. Remington, $21.
00. House 112 Via Belisano Porros,
near Roosevelt Theatre.


PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
FOR SALE
Sealed bids, for opening in public.
will be received until 10:30 A. M,
June 10, 1953, in the office of
Superintendent of Storehouses. Ital-
boo, for Asbestos Felt Thermal. Pipe
Covering, Asbestos Strands, Fibrous
Glass Thread, Building, Insulating
and Refractory Bricks, Patching Ce-
ment, Abrasive, Hardening and Flux-
ing Alley. Carburizing Compound.
Foyndry Fbcing, Ferrotitanium, Nails,
Rapping Plates, Molder's Swabs,
Greenheart Lumber, Cork Pipe Cov-
ering, Glazed and Floor Tile. and
Truck Tires located in the "300"
Area, Balboa. Invitation No. 37 may
be obtained from the above source,
or from the office of Superintendent
of Storehouses, telephone 2-1815.


FOR SALE:-South Bend metal lat-h
with accessories and stock. 058
Apt. A, Ancon..


RESORTS


PtumWs Oceanside cottage, 'Snta
Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Peama 3-1877, Cristobol.3-1673.


Grmnlich Santa Clara beach-cot-
tages. Elactrtc iceboxes, gas Stve
moderate rotes. Telepho 6e44
Gamboa; 4-567. Pedro Miguel.


Wflllams' Santa Clara Beach cott u,
2 bedrooms, refrkrator .Rockos
ran Bolboo 2-05, a pt
wek-nd.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-2 bedroom chalt July
lst., prefer Arerican. Must buy
refrigerator, stove, washl' imd
diningroom set. Phone 3-3069.

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ALWAMBRA APAMIT5
Two and four rowo fuamhhed end
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061, 10th Street
New Cristobol. Telephonr Colon
S L_ m 1386. o. .
FOR RE -urbish apartment.
Best residential section. Suitable
for two couples. 43rd St. No. 13.
FOR RENT:-Furnished. opartmient,
one bedroom, $75.00 .- 65.00
$50.00. 'Easy transportaetuh;
North American neighbors, Tel.
3-0471.
FOR. RENT:--FurniAed bedom
apartment for one or two couples.
Government Inspeted. *Ga.age
Carroaquiio 642, San Frnnclio'
Tel. 3-4418.
ATTENTION TO, G. I. Just buot
modern hot cold w0te' furnish
one two- three bedrodwA apqrement;:
Call Pqnama 3-4941.


FOR RENT: Two bedroom, nicety
furnished apartment Includes
stove, refrigerator, hot water, and
telephone, load of aCbq Ataque
No. 58, Bella Vista. Call Pehama
2-2370.


FOR ,RENT:-Furnished apartmqpt.
Two bedrooisf, diningroom, liv-
ingroom, porch, pantry, kitchen,
maid's room, gOrage, at 43rd- St.
and Justo Arosemenm Avpnue.
$150.00 monthly. Call Panama 3-
4849.


FOR RENT:-Option for apartment,
Bella Vista, who buys furniture,
cheap sdte, leaving Isthmus. In-
formation 45th Nb. 7, Apt. 15.


FOR RENT: Large comfortable
apartment installotion for bot wo-
ter, first floor, $120.00. Inf9rmw.
tion Perelil First St. No. 18, from
9 a. m. to 3 p. m.


FOR RENT:-Fumished apartment. 2
bedrooms. No. 11 Second Street,
Perry Hill, Tel. 3-2694 or 3-4871.


FOR RENT:-3 months one bedroom
furnished apartment. 52 St. No. 2,
Apt. 6. '


FOR RENT

FOR RENT: Rimn with kitchen
privilege. Indepweddt entrance,
4th of July Avenup. i front the
bus stop. Phone 2-5075.
FOR RENT:-Smartly finished oom
in elegant aipatmen f quiet
gentleman or ddy. TeL 3-2496.
FOR RENT: Fwurwd mom with
kitchen privilege. 4e St. No. 43
Apt. C.

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WANTED:-8 or 20 nch Bnd saw.
Call phone 3-0544.


L E S SON S
Summer tcochiln, pari 1 2, 3. Co-
nol Zone toadchr.. PhoIM boa
3661.


Rumba, Sanba, Tango. Membo, Bo-
lerb, DO nso, and the Typical
dances of Pa toughtbyUena
Sears. "El Panama." Telephone
Pan 3.1565. .

FOR SALE

FOR SALE.--"Sun Radio" all trde
Hi-Fidelity amplifier with peerless
transformers "PickerIng" record
compensator; "EICO" VIVM mod-
el 221-K, wired foctory calibnt.
ed. All new. Tel. 3-1711 after I
p. m.
FOR SALE--All varletm of tropical
fish. 5457, Cottage, DaeW.


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more sewing machine, Kenmore
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with attachments, 60 cycle; Came
combination ladder and steeool. Al-
brook 86-2280.
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THE CONTENDERS Light-
weight Champion Wilfrbdo
Brown lefti and former light-
weight champ Young Finnegao
strike up their fighting poses
with the La Macarena bullring
improving the scenery. The
Brown-Finnegan bout will be
the main event ol the first box-
ing program to be held at the
San Francisco arena.
The Wilfredo Brown-Young
Finnegan ten-round 142-pouna
bout will go on as scheduled to-
morrow night rain or shine, it
was disclosed today by 'Pro-
moter Jose Luis Torres. In case
of bad weather, the contest will
be held qt the Panama Oym.
Flnngan continues o sbe
the favorite to keep his rec-
ord of never losing to local
fl t clea. The Clonite
yejaerdhy w~Bue up his tni-
In Ln perfect physical eon-
"dliou aod has even gone out
en a limHb by predictleing a six-
risui keodkout victory.


Wilfredo Is o coident of
emerging victorious that. he has
booked passage for Cuba, next
Wednesday for a bout In Ha-
vana later this month.
The "experts" agree on oea
thing about this contest. That is
the almost certainty that the
fans will witness a s tacular
battle as long as It lastU.
The ten-roUnd moaflnal
between unbiatoI Laul Sam-
uels and Wilfredt o Bwtert
has abe drawn considerable
comment Sa. l is a t for-
mer matim bhaiop of the
ovarian Games and Central
America. Tbi will be his pro
debut.
Brewater, who will be. making
his first start In the welter-
weigiht. division, hopes to score
an impressive victory in order
to regain some of the popularity
he once owned. Samuels and
Browster Wgteed to make a limit
of 142 pounds.
A six-round speciall" between
Beau Jack II and yioente San-
tiago will swap punches at 126
pounds and a fouw-round pre-
liminary between Carlos Gardel
and Melanio Pachecho at 118
pounds will get things under-
way.
Headache
DrTROIT, (UP) William
Nom,u 48, was found guilty oif
dribien driving after his car
erabed through .a store front
ald-amnchid to a halt in front
of jhat police said was the logi-
cal spOt the aspirin counter.
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How To Play Par Golf: 27


Use Square Stance For Putting.

Twenty-seventh of a series
By JULIUS BOROs
U. 8. Open Cb npion
Several different types of
putting stance may be used with
equal sucess.
I prefer a square stance, play-
ing the ball two or three inches
from the left toe.
Flex the knees slightly. Be as
conjortable as possible
The shoulders and hips are
oaraBel'to the line of the putt.
Keep the clubhead close to
the ground, square to the hole.


Pinza Gives


Richards Ist


Derby Victory

By George CHANDLER
United Press Sports Writer
EPSOM, Eng.. June 6 (UP) -
Sir Gordon Richards finally
won the English Derby after 28
tries today when he came in
first aboard Pinza.
Richards Is he winningest
jockey in the world. He has
ridden more then 4,600 win-
ners In thtee decades of rac-
But neyer had he won the
Derby.
It was a fitting climax to
Coronation Week even thou' "i
Queen Elizabeth was in tL.e
crowd to see her own horse Au-
reole go down to defeat. For
Richards was knighted just be-
fore the coronation.
Aureole finished second, with
Pink Horse, a long shot, third.
This probably was Richards'
last chance to. win the Derby,
for hd is expected to retire at
the end of the season.
So anxious was he to climax
his earner properly with the
elusive Derby victory that he
personally took Pinza on his last
workout oon the course yester-
day. The horse never before
had rup on a track withK. left
turn and Rqi.dt rds. caeWully


Pinzwon one of the tuVrtmost
grullng raoe. a mile and a
half grind over a hilly course
with sharp, turns.
Pinza won by four lengths
and the Queen's horse was a
length and a half ahead of the
third horse.
Sir GordoN broke his "Der-
by Hoodoo*'V hiding one of
e deverest races of his long
career despite the fact that
he bad the wor of the drawn
In the lineup post poltiona
5. This put him alhuest on the
rail, and hence presented the
danger of his getting bottled
up.
Aureole, on the other hand,
had everything in his favor. He
was No. 20% with a clear break


pttL (NEA) u 'V
There Is no body actinM.,.
I take the club back l
left hand and arm; wfthk
r i g h t. . .,
The weight normally
be equally distributed.
vary the weight should p. ,
reacted more to the left ft" '
prevent hitt R behind the:
and stubby tb hi hot.
The head astlold be
over the ball t order to-mp
a true line for the ball .,"
low.
The head should not
until jte follow through is4
on its Wyy.
You aft bent conaldes~h-4|
the waist.
The blade of the putt
be placed squarely on, tb0'1L
not tilted either asckyte'6
the hel or forward an thetd
The blade Is auanr W
hole. You can boc a "k l
the green almost aS
you can off the tee or .
The arms aouolnai str
BW e o -, bu uy o t
the elbows. Do net maJce Jim
mistake of pulling the elbo*1
rigidly to the body. Hate t B
in a natural, comfortable '
tion. The elbows wll
automaticAlly fcllhto thep
er niace.
The bend of the armaw. a
knees depends on the lndkt4 qp
NEXT: The puttlng m3 t"/j-,
from the barrier. ..
But Richards is wise. 13-
ways of the turf, and he
steered his steed out 6f the m
for victory. Harry Catr
Queen's horse, and made a
operate bid in the uphill
stretch. It was to no aye#.
was Qutdbstanced.


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TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P.. SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1953 I1nvTS 0Vu


Official


Balks


At


Britain


Supports,


Taft's Suggestions


LCNlDON. June 6 iUP, later that this nation needs al- Taft recalled that he also
British official sources warmly lies and cannot go it alone, said the U. N. has proved a
supported today the suggestion I The President conceded Taft's "complete failure" In preventing
by Sen. Robert A. Taft iR-0.1 right to his own opinion, -but aggression because the big pow-
for closer Anglo-American de- several members of Congress er veto can block action. In his
fense cooperation In the Far criticized Taft, including Chair- speech, Taft noted that Russia
East. man Alexander Wiley iR.-Wis.) was boycotting' the U. N. when
of the Senate Foreign Relations the Korean war broke out and
But they emphatically dis- Committee. otherwise might have vetoed
agreed with his proposal to for- Taft pointed out in his state- any action by the international
get the United Nations. ment that "at no time did I organization.
Taft's call lor an alliance in use the words that the United "How ridiculous that our
the Far East was interpreted as States should 'go it alone' in course should be guided by na-
support for Britain's demands the Far East or anywhere else." tions claiming with one breath
for association with ANZUS. the He said he thought it was the to be part of the United Na-
Far Eastern security pact among one point in his speech that tions and with the other to be
the U. S. Australia and New needed explanation, opposed to the principles de-
Zealand. Britain has been bit- "I pointed out that our whole cared by the Assembly of -the
ter over exclusion from the al- present policy was a policy of United Nations, namely, the
lance that includes two of her military alliance, building up driving of the Chinese from
Dominions. the nations willing to use their Korea and its unification."
arms to fight the Communists "I think we should have at
But any such alliance should if they are attacked," he said. free hand to form an alliance
not constitute an alternative to The Ohio senator said it with the British if we possibly
the United Nations which forms was ridiculousm" for professed can do so as to how far Eastern
an essential part of British neutrals in the United Na- affairs should be conducted."
policy, the sources said. tions he specifically men- He emphasized, however, that
They believed the west should toned India to have a such an alliance should not give
have behind it the greatest pos- voice in shaping Allied stra- the British "any final veto a-
sable number of states in both tegy in Korea. against our policies."
hemispheres in dealing with
th RussaDll n and Chinese Com-


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US Lifts 3 Roenb eA gu


Trade, Travel Perjured Wtip s.*se o
Bans on Ciechs -e
ra* n I h NEW YORKC, June S 'tO^ -- ii 3 samd i
aentdoZ io five er an 0E
-- efor perlury. toy anone b .ftd.i tU..Ut duxll
WASHINGTON, June. 6 (UP ) thNat Ol l
- the government anounced Pl_.Jl I .en .m .. XLi..


kiunist threat.
In the British view closer
groupings on a regional basis
Are fully compatible with the
UV. This is the official Brit-
Ish attitud toward NATO, the
uropean Army, the projected
Middle East defense command
and the recently concluded Bal-
kan alliance.
Britain has repeatedly
pointed to need for similar
arrangements in the Far East
u southeast Asia where of-
fiials feel coordinated de-.
fense on a broad basis has
been sorely lacking.
Yesterday Taft called for a
Inilitary alliance with Great
Britain in the Far East and
said flatly he never has ad-
vocated that the United States
go It. alone in Asia or any-
iere else.
Hp urged anew, however, that
this'nation "forget" the United
Nations in Korea if present
truce talks collapse and made
clear he saw nothing startling
in that. He noted that the
United States went outside the
U. N. to form the anti-Com-
munist North Atlantic Treaty
Organization 'in Europe.
Taft issued a statement In
reply to criticism on his May
26 foreign policy speech In Cin-
cinnati. President Eisenhower
told a news conference two days


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President Eisenhower Entertains

40 Sports Figures At White House

By MERRIMAN SMITH for the struggle between Repub-
lican and Democratic members
WASHINGTON, June 6 (UP)- of Congress. This would be true
President Eisenhower entertained If nobody but the players showed
about 40 sports figures at a up, because 68 were on call.
White House lunch v res av r a 6


and then adjourned to Griffith
Stadium to t row out the first
ball at the annual congressiona)
baseball hi-JInks.
Mr. Eisenhower limbered up,
his pitching arm reaching across
the buffet table for such items
as roast beef, turkey, salmon and
cold cuts.
Between bites he admired the
fist of heavyweight champion
Rocky Matclhn6. discussed..his
golf game with Gene Sarazen
and received a few pointers on
trout fly fishing from expert An-
dy Andersen of Houston, Tex.


The game was billed a a char-
ity contet' and t was charity to
call It a contest. Rep. W.. Bryan
Dorn (D-SC) typlfd the type of
talent on'display by trying at a
practice session to catch a fly
ball with his nose.
Mr Elsenhower, who is bl-par-


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the fint* 0
Senate MajWa
Presieldent slu e 1
agremumeat over the


tisan when it comes to sports, ob- alone" Ki oreisi.
viously enjoyed mingling with so
many athletes at lunch. ____
., '. .
"I want to thank you people *'-
for honoring me by coming here h a tf
and I want to take you on a kind 3S C .fl 0 U o u
of Cook's Tour of the White .-
House," he said. W i h Ifi


The ball game marked Mr. Els- Marciano said later the White
enhower's second starting as- House visit was "one of the big-
signment of the year. He had gest thrills I ever had"-possibly
previously made the traditional ranking with his recent first-
first pitch for the opening of the round knockout of challenger Joe
major league season. Walcott.
A crowd including scores of
government officials was assured Mr. Eisenhower showed the
guests his medals, swords and
other military mementos, his sec-
ond floor study and the Llnooln
1 bedroom.


.Mother I Whan isby muss be bottle-
fed, your little rN o go t he
beet out of I*fe on LACTOGEN. he
modified powdered milk prepared
by NeliMe's espelelly for infant
feeding. When giving baby LACTO-
. GEN you can reot assured he will
obtain full benefit from his bottle
feeds. lor LACTOGEN provides all
the advantag6s of a full milk diet
in a sale and eNely digestible fomn.


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After the tour. Clark Griffith, ThI eat Removl
owner of the Washington Sena- and ton t m
tors baseball club, thanked the to
President on behalf of "all the sevetat,t; .ZMren
boys and girls" at the lunch. drla. bw i forij
"I see you're doing pretty good." d dimn Btatm.
Mr. Eisenhower told Griffith. re- th Few
ferring to his club's climb in- eiO.If_ B l"s-S
to third place In the Ameri- reM.- 2.l ea
cas League. are ___l to
The President shared a table "
with Griffith, Sarazen; Lt. Cmdr. federbef
Helen Hull Jacobs, former tennis ;d VIL Taettla r
star, and Tris Speaker, one of
baseball's all-time greats.' f

New Inductees GVe Blood W

For Mother of Gamboa Buddy .,

Preliminary basic training are: private JohlA Duvll,. Prt-
at Fort Amador was Interupted vate Charles rryl Pvtt 'e
for seven Canal Zone Inductees David SulIlvam, -toe.
by a hurry up call from Gorgas Egger, Private J5aid Thz f p-
Hospital Thursday requesting son, and P11vta
blood to be used, if necessary, man. .
during a major operation on PamIsn R t
the mother of one of the youths, the "evan
Private William Hidalgo, sonOoIga hr gtai ul
of Mr. and Mrs. John Hidalgo blood
of Gamboa, was learning the the
fundmentals of Army drill from Mrs.T
Master Sergeant Tom Dolan, d -*
non-commissioned officer In
charge of the group, along with said ixtls
other Canal Zone youths who Mrs. Hd sgoB
were Inducted late last month, good. -
when the session was Interupted PrivaWte i
by a call from the hospital tifuworki 't
Major Robert L. lat, con- ter
manding officer of headquarters before. W
and headquarters company spe- will I 4
cial troops at Fort Amador, a t
where the ma have been at- di
toned mine their induction,
;ranted Private Hidalgo a passo
visit the hospital and give

B before he could step ot of
libe ranks of driving men. d
his aInductee buddies asked t U
tjhey toe aowel to go alogo
d&=at@ blood for the aling
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