The Panama American


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The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
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oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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4i:E PANAMA AMERICAN ,.t Dj ook Silly Dasn't t
WINIr ANk 1UIetkI. ev m S PANAMA AMIrMCAN auN INe Labor New
@OUNRAt v yNE@LSONP OUNSRVLInL N issab r N w.'
Bt N SMltli aO 0 *S l34 PANAMA. M. And-
rILth4oNK fPANAMA NO 2.0740 'f* LiNll) An
S4f M*NIseN Avg. NEW YeORrN 1, N V. Com
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pap MON". IN AovANOR -_ ..g i _r"____a. 0 S 5.50
S Y A.S IN N, VANO, .. lo g __ 0 1, o00 fy rVICTOlt h S "
bank robber stealing ftor th
hl M unPAduerground BQlsbevi, ba ut
this to no Robin good even in
I n M A L 0 8A death. There's too much polite
"feeling" about the man who
The Mail Box is on open forum for readers of The Panama Amer- hi devo eory OrUliv minutes
lies. Letters are received gratefully and are handled in a wholly confi- on a double cro of terror,-
deotiel manner. They may be able to drtw
If ~e contribute a letter don't be Impatient it it doesn't appear the th blood o the bran tt
*eat day. Lffrs are published in the order received. planned death, but they'll a te
Plese try to keep the letters limited to one page length. Wah the bloCdtoftfhis he aS .
Identity of letter wrien is held in strictest confidence. Be leave belbInd blrh
This nrewspper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinolS monument whieh lintelm *
expressed in letters from readers. iorcie refer to awesomhely i
0 the Soviet "aiparat." o
AND THE CAT DIDN'T COME BACK the old State Dept. adm it
Ancon, C.Z. that Tovarisch a ta was
Mail Box Editor: spending 16is aant
We moved the other day into one of the concrete houses. We American s n aan 4n
moved a lot of cats too. One of the pore little creatures became sabotage. AnB" the Krdl.
very nervous and got away and we haven't seen hide nor hair of ln had I agit Otr.
him since. We are very fond of Kittoon and he is quite old, go- r (l
ing on 13 years. He looks a little moth eaten and has a lump elalists Maral world.
under his chin and is altogether not a very prepossessing speci- Some of these carefully '
men of a cat. trained witch'docta who webt
However, we would like very much if anybody sees Kittoon, into the A cfricta ?d and held
to be called on the telephone. He is thin and his color is white up for the aboirJil eua an gf
and red splotches. If you see Kittoon anywhere around, please British bully beef. the label on
call Balboa 2870 and we will come and get him. Thanks. which showed an Aftlian with
Catnip a spear.
To the good, bt t illiterate
----'- Answer to Previous Puzzle natives, theLenI UOnveralty
Call to the Colors Kj 1 .t wwittch doctors,- -Who had just
ait 1 0 st changed from Brfth twee t
Ie- r A 10 loin cloth, epltaeId that thsl .
HORIZONTAL 3"- and the A P T 3N i tin was white Zban's food -
Lion" namely canned aborigines. .
1 Shade of Exalted CAE I- 8ome of the VTat 1,00,000- ,
5Sgreen Ice POg tl
4 Another shade 5 Sacred image SP" a nPp4n o soiate men
oDelen 7 Worm take their ordaftfront some-
SDelicate color 78 Color shades I oi P u one among the 12,000 apecallsts
12 Vase Wild t A It t who make up the Kremlin'a
SPoems 9 Wild goat A *S. A P American eos. r
14 Musical 10 Organ of smell N Recently, O 6greaplonal prob-
instrument 11 Hardy heroine f. m ers discovered t at this o-et ._____.'-
15 Spanish hero of the 25 Arrow poison 41 Places ha atle calls in me-
Dmine nering Durbervilles 26 Closed ear 42 Gaiter lnd le circles in Los
nneern 17 Chemical 27 Weaknesses 43 Dancing girl Angeles Snd S Suburor e L us in D I
8Enlists compound 28Tear 44 State in or tle dcMtOr and lawyers have
20 Genders 19 Mountain 29 and ends French I actually acted ias espionage C
21 Mineral rock nymph 31 Shade of red Indo-China ourler.
2 v2 Le od 23 Black bird 33 Mistake 46 Tie e federal found Ut the r eric C
2L god 24 Mh of 38 Pn By Frederck gC Othman
26 Suture Castor and 40 Quarter 48 Remove ; Aelga rffty setton to go un- o
27Backward Pollux bushels 50 Miss West de rgo t war breau, or
o Interseave some aueh emergency (as 8ta- WASHNGTON. I- -Senator Millard R. bar of his undrtftagS wrlaei
22 Swerved I lin't dAth) developed. Tydng's meek-voiced Couin, Donald, seems to to boot. He aIlI tte SSI 'm
2 nswefrved T b underground -then would be one of those ren w.siaply attract trouble. Cousin Donald. th Wre out to
ttlusee il Com s d se Commnnist dCtors' ot N is fault,YO Ud but wherever he Two of his helpeMrs
Stite fices as Clearing houses tr went on hs dus as a revenue agebt nobody Doney from 'e at .d
3SMiio -change of ihformatlon the eed to like h- Cousn Donald the Conare
38 Roman bronze medle tt the insttructios H had only o eonolatn. That was cousin remember no sg
3 Prcpitati"on a -n tIM back to cow- --Mor in Waigton. And the mastenrmnds ilI Re still coI
a7 i ters who visit haim- as W fu nt R ei0"te dared not ire wioth ccch
40 Liquid tlenits" cousin of a Senator A o
measure To touch ta Mr years Cou Do 4ld embroiled in on That w= hM AIo
W 0441 The sun S B Tc i mno re -Pg 0grembrtljo after another. Odd Donald aid, bu
42 Auctions r which m ave ea too, You d ever t it to lok at him. written it.
3I PurpAsh t -lhe -- bal durtlittle he.h are ataWdeithaldne h.e
42 tn I I tce -let me repe"t--hat ramp Mu-,, ,, a ta l te' m .W )03
SLron e ed vr r gonentg people alom otote a think up such toea ly ea that
nshavthie records of otan uner abdo t.theiem. W b pretDnF.d

land's color Aer L ^ ican c and how The station camtosch f
54 E b Pother cUt d to Phlpk Cou0f n Donald wa called here totble was u gir

54 11, catching moonshinery. In wfor a t al He ItM
A,(tb,) UAe. r 01 ro the lm:11. trom: t .and aendif f er "
agency.iersoul itIs Made kotlde.r.
Swby undercover sns aent or rtey dAl hee thlerm h ouano rd tae d. f .ow
57bmemers tIn public places. of T reasey Jon Ways and, a tt .s a a MiR
V TICA meetings are Sort of stn tin tr hteg of the Bure t ap Intl hi
wPll srkl w ith classes durinls whch are c ts Unit. so uld h

fi_ ilxint atl Picked up by Donald was returned to Atl he soon i
Pr lh lshemed perat experMences l P le ecoua think Ul such ta Ia Wtat
2 Green t thhe unernro td of oth er abutall hands hated i~. e P r secut ng.
land's color American.cies and how The ftatim cam

worln to -c heh s deaue too man y ofs heh
w l ey can bl r e applied to la Cousin Donald was cAle here* Of O
Scatchinmeetinggs mi aiin te, p l sf w.
soavone toto t. :thre tea heftul hai lohtaol nd.
o- t strbed time and Place of TriO- John SnydeLt ard. anoidous voislce Te- m was atjeiea a
meetings. Certain repair shops. tHE chief of theD Auof I.I0Bn

po have been uted ast mia ge lie. 1 it.the chief of te Alcohol
Ig the s onm a e, h left for polite evebodry..
fiingp Donald was returned to
other member re d salary.
Thertee t handslated
world over whetherit'se too many
special Russianexwere sup edto
noe Iron and steel holding an 1-.
hour meeting In Paris to plan
sabotage of' the Ruhr iPhis
session was held three weeks s -
ago,. Or the development of
strategy to disrupt our Florida-ll .a
Caribbean ided m1wUe de- '
Don't think that these ape w hrADWAiY LaGU
elallsts .aren't aware of every ...t.
detail of our Industrial life. yoity: Tme ekil
.so y raIt iS known that they have aosetohVatdetrm .Ae htko

Electric e t en in e l n I l etho
do Lyonn, Mas, despite the al a ro ee u a
security system em whhih G. -

It's Just that eartan Wash- l.,5 b' "
mont and dt e eh t to Mer h I wor me s tigh ome
And don't overlook the Am-I N hit week. O p -
torg purchase of 1 ,00' "redi -ks.e.led..-k |
rating reports" from rthat bgs- asse
finac.a Aistric crdt roves- re sm in.h ~. -
tigatlng house which e!l any- ln
Wh body who h lr e e, were ir V fa
here's no better occasion and for whom.
to ,how your ekE as a hostess than at dinnertime. And elS herer battrs Il the Ioii WeP1g
how gracious your table-setting can be with Gorham Sterling I ,lze- "a -
Whether you prefer moder or traditional, simpe Ceommittaessewe-iilk ye-.e li)" "Uhlv wRneUitt

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spoon, and butter spreader. leading eduestors and tMe a&, agree- a
STE R LI NO e t i vice of trained pefasts in __
the field of foreign i
In the theory auradof Wis
totalitariantism of every S 'tryi, lstm.
especially sines the EstagM
has undertaken to aly U to.-

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se*, 401%O *de dollsaWeo Oraesfell d"&A trial ranks pm
lot lanwhekre wto year owded ?hrs. Advisors to mgeet emae a
Reb = wil, ro.eb l ,. es, ....d and J*rovide the ~ te'I s
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S, North ,
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146 Pau 9-lv
I36 Pan 1 V
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POm PAM N s .
O. Opening lId-,,, .

some bridIge nds the con-
t depends making the
j n~ M 'a hand sl es-
^M B t ~because the
depends on
wrong guess.
t opened thethree of
ldes, and declare very pro-
erly refused the finesse. Instead
he put up the ace of spades and
washed the top clubs at once in
order to discard the queen of
. HL next step was to lead a
trump from dummy, playing the
From his own. hand on
a ,s ten. West carefully refus-'
e the trick, and declarer Went
into a brief huddle before making
his next play.
South finally decided to switch
to diamonds immediately, and
West played low without any

LONDON. March 11 (UP) A check on De Laltre'i move- Declarer thought about the sit-
Murder struck in the swank Ritz meats showed that he flew here nation and made the corrett
Hotewhen an emot.enal French duay. guess by going'up with dpnmmy
bo r h i s nglh e M Hill registred as king. This correct guess cost him
d.thn stran- *$ w*Md vW at the Ritz that his game contract. When he re-I
glid..imelf, said today. evlmg and checked into Room turned the -ack of diamonds
Iwas thd V "murder at 223. from the tum .ast iayed
he tz" for and d.-- low).and t won with the act.
(The )e Latre, L West next took his ace of
blondefh tramps and led b.h rpmansta
,,Ri& ltz' .-- I~i. dammd to ]asSs imen. l
& no Bretred his last diamond, aiA
9Kfl J0W esoutVis w able to ruft and thau

diamond by p th

aesa dellve- wumd bate taken the quene_
ti- t first shi enA o jet There would thenbe no diamond
4rM.teda thue ( planes to oeoglk#p to ruff, knd the contract would
imr abhal Te b tbrees have been made.
The Frenchman's suicide was t h e. of RWhatf astrefuses the first
the st ige t bd in mcotland sate fleestates. round of diamonds? Then the
yar4d ,-vtgaed in s sat m i. .contract an still be defeated- LUUYI d eWI IUUbGA~A AUU

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Reed Wants Rapid Action

On His 10o Tax Cut Bill

WASBHINtOM,.Mi h 11 as a clearing house in sending
(UP) Re, nMA. a- legislation to the floor, since it
bounced yeArag th .t 'will was approved by the Ways and
force House ae on B 20 per Means Committee in mid-Feb-.
cent tax out UA1 iI-IW s ruary.
Republican i .srtao er
and. give tt a green ltt fnrt. The legislation falls in a spo-
d ta clal "privileged" class, however,
The New York Rubllfn, and Reed can bypass the oom.
chairman of the tav-wrl* g mlittee.
House Ways and Means oamnmt-
tee, told newsme b o4d ers Out he has been reluctant to
April 15 the, "atisolu desdline" do thqt because *the bill then
for action If the propo0d reduc- would be op n to unlimited t-
tion sla to go into effect July 1. amendment -)a fact stressed by
House leaders,
Reed made the statement aft-
er Chairman Leo Allen (R-IlL) There have been past instances
had informed him there was ab- In which legislation brought up
solutely no chance House Re- under the same procedures were
publican leaders would remove so riddled with amendments
the bill From Its pigeon-bole in that the committee chairman
the Rules Committee any time concerned has moved to have
soon. the bill returned fOr further
Allen added, hoWever, that
Reed was free to use any "legiti- Reed also has been anxious to
mate" means at his command to avoid a showdown because of bis
force the issue. friendship for House Speaker
iJoseph W. Martin Jr.. and ether
But he noted that President OOP leaders who oppose tax
Elsenhower and House and Sen-'cuts now.
ate leaders agree a balanced,
budget must be in sight before Some even say it may be neces-
taxes are reduced. sary to postpone rather thas
advance tax cuts because of
The Reed bill has been bottled the grim budget picture.
up In the Rules group which acts,' Personal taxes now are sched-



. TA lfouar Vpl received Pa-;West wil wtae he next diamonI
Sbsed to tra1 dts with the ace. cash the ace of
te hearts, lead 4 diamond to the
Sln se f tu4 queen, a t, get a ruff. But those
S" hIngs hatp Wonly in the books.
"" in real n1,M"t would take thd
dsou s and queen of diamonds immediately.
jet s.a; f 1s o and the contract would be made.

Mien B2 S CANTOlt, N.Y. (tP)-The 7. -
bet letb -ne* as- S8teel C.rporation has bought
Siy 239 acres otland near Pyrltes,
Y~uiBw. id BM4 a~iu where
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ruled to drop about 10 per cent
'net Jan. 1.
R"d's I would advance
the date o July 1 to coincide
with We ~40sd1W d expiration of
the essm.prfta tax on bust-
nes. Thus the average reduc-
tan ter this year would be a*
bout per cspt.

in Coronation Year

From New York, Ma* I 2 -
Sep. 16 (twom to inadud
asr week in Rome orSevyill).
Leading i trnsidamcic sirlies
and Aestmers. 27 to 77 daysM
$799 up.
54 to days. $90, up.
By an .or i". 49 as 65 days.
$1,13S up.
AA forr iwe de b.h*AI
a Thema nm yr dehr.

Send for "The AdsigWm Tnm-
eler in Europe," i.pkcl* e
desmcribing oanpuld,--ped
.eot travel arvics, with
suggested idm~ah issd maps.'

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HyonL & RgMeso 3.nvATrONS

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compltsk~sd ot m w aterials'are your guTm ry of




our contrit~uon will help to pave the Pan-America Highway.
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Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Depa ttes

Both are well known writers. Me-
Evoy is a roving editor of the
.. ., Reader's Digest and is national-
ly known as an author and play-
wright. ..

Election of James H. Steb-
bins as a director of Pana-
gra (Pan American-Grace
Airways) has been announc-
ed by Andrew B. Shea, presi-
dent of the airline. Stebbins;
a vice president of .W. R.
Grace Co., has been associ-
ated with the international
industrial and trading con-
cern since 1919. As one of the
manages of its aeruvian or-
ganization during the period
1938-1947 he first became
closely acquainted with Pa-
nagra's activities Ia South
America. He returned to the
United States in 1941 and be-
came vice president at Wash-
ington the following year
until mid-1952 and subse-
quently at New York. He is
a director of the National
,Foreign Trade Council and'
a past president of the Amer-
lcan Society of Peru.
Flota Mercante de Gran
Colombia Inaugurating New
Intercoastal Service
The MV Casablanca which is
due to arrive in Cristobal March
17 will Inaugurate a new Colom-
bian intercoastal service. The
brand new ship. which was built
In Germany will sal from here
to Buenaventura and Tumaco,
carrying a general cargo, but no
The other ship in the service of
the Flota Mercante de Gran Co-
lombia is the MV Granada which
Is due here March 30.

Among t n e C a n a l employee
who are sailing Friday is Dr. Ar-
thur N. Springall, assistant sup-
erintendent of Gorgas Hospital,
who is resigning to accept a po-
sition with the American Medi-
cal Association. Ben S. Chisholm,
manager of Balboa clubhouse,
and Mrs. Chisholm are also sail-
ing Friday for a short vacation
in the states.
The following is the advance
passenger list of the Panama:
Mr and Mrs. Joseph S. Adams;
Mr. and Mrs. William B. Allnutt;
Mr. and Mrs. Howard L. Berkley;
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Browne;
Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Burke; Mr.
and Mrs. Benjamin S. Chisholm;
Carola F. Clark: Nicholas Courey;
Donald M. Gallie; Harriett Gal-
lie; Mr. and Mrs Burbeck Gil-
.christ; and Mr. and Mrs. Leon
I Gronowitz.

I William T. Harness: Mr. and
IMrs. Bernard Hawbrich and four
children; Mr. and Mrs. Jack 0.
Holland and daughter; Ms. and
Mrs. Gustavus B. Holt; Mr. and
Mrs. Harry E. Jordan; Mr. and
Mrs. George Kaufman; Mr. and
Mrs-. E. M. Kelley; Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur F. Lange; Dr. and Mrs. J.
Liebermann; Dennis B. Maduro;
Mr. and Mrs. Daulton Mann Jr.
and two children; Mr. and Mrs.
J. P. McEvoy; Dr. and Mrs. A. R.
McGee; Beatrice H. McKenzle:
Mrs. Harold E. McKenzie; Ethel
D. Makibbin; and Albert Mitchell.
John R. Olsen; Daniel O'Nell;
Lillian Ormonde; Juliette Pid-
geon; Mr. and Mrs. Grey A. Prin-
gle; Mr- and Mrs. James M. Pur-
dy and two children; Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Repicci: Mr. and
Mrs. Warren K. Russell; C. Scha-
fer; Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Schlin-
kert; William V. Bell; Chester
Solomont: Dr. and Mrs. Arthur
N. Springall: Mr. and Mrs. Myles
Standish Jr.; Mr. and Mrs. Steven
VTerhune, and two children: Mr.
and Mrs. C. Elmore Watkiris:
Malcolm R. Wheeler; Mr. and
Mrs. Alpha R. Whiton; Mr. and
Mrs. William Widen; and Arthur


Wilford McKay are local agents Our new First Lady is re-
for the service, ported to have said that the
-only flaw she could find In
New Record Time Set the White H ous e is that
By Panagra On there isn't enough closet space.
Lima to Miami Flight Probably nine out of ten A-
Panagra's El Interamericano merican women have the same
set another record recently when complaint about their homes.
one of its fleet of specially mo- Why is it that we women
dif -d DC-6's made a non-stop can't get enough storage space
flight between Lima and Miami in our houses to tak care
in 8 hours and 33 minutes, aver- of a family's belonging 4had
aging 310 mph. The distance be- make our housework easter?
tween the two cities is 2700 miles Isn't it because only a worn-
Veteran Panagra pilot Ernest an who has kept house knows
Hummel was at the controls, the importance of adequate
whjlc the co-pilot was Capt. H. D. storage space? Yet most of our
Hicks and J.L. Devine the flight homes are designed by men.
Panagra was recently awarded We need more women arhil-
the Frye Trophy for having the tects. No woman designed
fastest scheduled flight pf alny house would ever be short on
U.S. flag airline, its El Inter-' closet space. Any woman knows
americano service between Mia- the frustration of not having a
mi and Buenosp Ares. broom closet In the kitchen, a
ad --B-.o r convenient closet for guests'
Criatobal To Sa" wraps, two walk-in closets in
Friday From Is.hmus every bedroom, etc.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. McEvoy, who
have spent ther pist two weeks TRE LADIES HAVE THE
on the Isthmusa, are among the EXPERIENCE
passengers who are to sail Friday
morning lrim Cristobal on the And only women seem to
Panama liner Panama, accord- realize that a family has to
Ing to the advance passenger list. have storage space for such

CBaIS W*LKIYP rlnanteer

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In Panama. Shown left to right: Scott McKay. Mrs. John Mor-
gan McKay, Jack Horton, cameraman; Miss Norma DuPaul,
fashion editor, and Ethel Van Houten, arrived Monday night on
Braniff's "El Conquistador." A sequence taken In South Amer-
ica will be shown in a world-wide distribution of Wae-sr Pathe-
News reels, to be released within the next 60 days. This group is
traveling through South America in connection with at point
enterprise with Braniff Airways, and plans to Spend about a week
photographing in Panama. .I

bulky items as vacuum' clean-
ers. traveling bags, golf clubs.
tennis rackets, and so on.
Half the frustration of the
average housewife living in a
home she didn't plan herself
comes from a builder's appar-
ent lack of knowledge of how
many clothes, and how much
equipment It takes to keep e-
ven a small family functioning.
Since the job of keeping
house falls on women, it would
help a lot If more of the
houses women have to keep in
order were designed by women.

But until that -happy day ar-
rives we women can only
wish that every firm of men-
architects employed one house-
wife as a consultant In charge
of closet space.




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1.iO 7, 8" P7, 11,#., sO y Started Today In Radio City;

d,, Tor. .oi FIToraOn Madden Rood None Injured TO MCARIN@
Sdy Maintenance pivialon forces NEW YORK, March 11 (UP) You cahar oles s d.radai
Coll-.will start repsrIA and replac- A small bomb exploded In the mr lealy and fmm dimes

.H "o' jov te. ^ t ou Op. John ato the d rtS road and m .Oto aitiLnd .others orchestra seats. There ws no carrielslifetftimn!phon .
^^^ ^i^ k,"_<1.1 mi gfoT ,.l l-_.-il l mee I^trod. mands of the theltireM ^ tl rate are cauttioed, to exerheH due panic among patrons of the h e nt It.It.soklwithao o ward Onedrainag Lo- b ill re- thee areas.po on Mad. midst f the Radio City Mua tsi csOit. -
Ile:but.,t hfa ndein lboad Yo ea a

ta nThet lIsHal, audience today, but police "a
CRY So aft od lb whom an

S, '_ efer; and bth, Mrs. At Haro ',ponsto our mortEl enemies: the ram to train p new hone
.. hee t o ro mte hen the dr.e raof road and mandothersorchestrasats. There was no carries i
;a" ten will mee "ro"r 0 he mn's the isrwe rate are cautia to ex e ands due panic among patrons of the antee. it wh
endsd-ofrt..b.rucaution. w wnt rsip e Re -d's-largest movie theater, e-m reue fpp- n

r Me i f ward A.ponst otot Lo-bTaen i s:ctI r tbase saian 0d C t ueo "
o-. t.. d. e. o nl ant nd qlrd for the,
to te l Irunsa-hpeople an Ie ea Ii

n oonsd even -asi than the fy romh
:00 Pi. In h, Card Rom prolong a a the g1 s^ Sta C i a Z-4ame

aMty bar er une t ork s e gunman who the pot
m o14 P 8 h ir"o;andMr.L.D hol NN

af On twl enrd Mrs E. Davis; 3rd, Ii n mrder Ao and t s
usnIRD dee c.onf.P loiter and Mrs. u s teor. Bra-wseIahale te
o r; YrknthyCaptain oandlrs. world.It upplie eaver, e-Inadequp

ede.tht' Mr d .oward eTo rsG ap ons to oung people enemies: the grChina. He also received 12 to nS'e '

rC l or Tro and Nh......rAd lha- 20 e for llh e porr Hotel P'amonte, B hi Proince, I !e*
i, andr. Denison, Mrs. C Laurie. Commu380 teprsentatves a .from Wash- talent.

Bn,., gMrs. Denieon ia the formr A by the dyton. Ington will address the 3iang
V.a.e.... Brbara Gunn dagter of w ople lo Friday and ,a talw-
Dn T oMad mws. L. Ng un rofaeiledh astoht sthe, tarpi I
A,-eidi ontly fhromtii.t"i aorta tis I t he h
t h ne ^ C.w the situation eistig
the ForteAm Area.eAllint.aretow o olneseanman o to
the r a decent at present will be ai- tdalitsowntained in-

SCebrates cor diall rvar to me iniompal only ofith
Si :, -. At'C, C^b Anne. lorn- 1, .o Monday deve -in tat uthare wilronal itopcs evera tit ,1,, /
smka, of thank you for yourkind |la a Al not but stir ad son, Lo- I
CxprwI d L oiin oa t heir ncent b tN f TI u -- ai a. x Gu ,i .. ..4 nea g n:15o=seta ,
Mr.eo"mRob-,-e.uesday'..yde N na roc and the CMthic 7:tinue5
ofeI t-InileRe.edo Muer C .i" .=rcle en. .. decent ,. AfrIn Its.righteousPratrtel.Wdaquall
Sfor hresaoIan*dBusinessrfor all those we oworkfor
all ot Curch IM1301Heigts il- i o fl oIn e ,.._U .m-Impor)ltanceaPto our fight
~ 4 fe-'"t "ual work" the Adni.nis-

Chinese Gunman
-endn ub o.fa thyedtheUntedStates pay higher

nIl, e ow ertaxesand I's O that their moving to Mueo re rt
d, ,th onoonSt..Luke, Ancon the Zone s egulartdinners venat ert
eng pon Monday evening at account, t.ere's s tie f 0ts na)i
t 'Bobby Inn'n ater o 6 pBishopeMorrispmendou gdap between the bailc MANILA- M
-for..parent isU.b ht o n cnesogunmanwwhok, 4gua ldroheiotdJ noht
trEs._er.. wll hor d i Dieubandnpurser oflof,* on ethai 0u*e- ,
of bui Jb*0m' meetSonthly meeting, ,life "npr sowahn' .a wonder Aiv e wate rcdaiw
am dedau iaiI l "'Gi inthe3ht Mountains at 46M foot. Famoe" ltaiuine. in-L_
e -7:36p"m. within mealeovetight in oa e-.with-
O0fnp doatteolptddeto ery
:th ltp ~flg.tvan 4)f U fand oryowarkTd --;t erDoTowGroupp to China. He also received 12 tob8 r 1

&A& mpt dumorning n .ateirresentwee.wie .of prayer Fr id...evening.terVene....
JDmnison,"onFeb. 26.Cut i- presentatlves*-from wash-
iA at Guort dahr kf pngopleond wi, ay ddr theu i'

"51 "to A t h"et ae'on"T ""ie uof meetings.whc
,db 100 oil a.moa'a.,4LSRTat-In the
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Now, inl te !u Air seri Cheornoat clal series. Sixteen models in all, provide"
,'creates ter yo Wa mew class of A;e ca- a new Chevrolet for every buyer and every
cars. Has 14 ~ikitictioo of appearance and need. All give you new higb pmnpresuuo
4 us e lnene~q of. apgW1itmats far beyond "ny- power. greater gasoline mileage. A nw
.aw !' ,thing in o Clevrolt'sm field. Powerglide* automatic irnmision. and
The ll Air uithi includes four modeis- Power Steering,* are among the 'eaies
MORE PEOPLE 't. ...iTS 2- M"or aod 4wo M edans, sport coupe' and advances. Come in and see all the new fe.
TI,.nNk."Y.. converible. T oter models are ifi the tures that make Chevrolet for '53 entire .
W "Two-Tea" De oulannd "One-Fifty" Spe- new through and throughtl
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=1 1 IPay less I sowmor l Od t, .
Wgoo i AL odtfires..$1, z0
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Ail Corrugated Roofing
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Household Automobiles
FOR SALE- II types of refrigerators iFOR SALE:---1938 Packard Coupe
25 cycle. Terms can be arranged. $125.00. House 9-B New Cristo-
House 174, Gmboo. Phone 6- bol. Phone3-2986.
324.__ i FOR SALE: 1947 Chrysler. Fully
FOR SALE:--Refrigerator 25 cycle, equipped, 5 good tires. Call 7:30 -
$60.00. Call 83-2151 (PAD) 4:00. 87-3164. After 4:00, Pa-
dunring duty hours. nama 3-2449. ..... -
FOR-SALE:-Mahogany dresser with FOR SALE:-1941 Oldsmobile six se-
large mirror $25.00. Large choir, don, excellent body and upholstery.
$15.00. Amason 0775-G, Willioam- Radio. New hydromatic tronsmis-
son Place, Balboa. sion Best offer. 2-4214 after 3:-
FOR SA F_-Six foot low couch. --
Ist Street Rio Abojo. No. 2120, FOR SALE: 1947 Tudor Ford 6
downstairs cylinder, excellent condition, on-
FdOwnsAiLs: O__ refrigerator, ginol owner, $650.00. Hou'e 0581
FOR SALE: On. ferator, 25 1 Ancon, 2-1759.
cycle, $85.00. House 64, 2nd| B no, -15
Avenue, Son Francisco ;FOR SALE:-Dodge 4 door sedan,
F ---T m -han c--. 1950. Low mileage. Excellent con-
FOR SALE:-Three mahooany chai/-, diin $1,500. Tel. Balboo 2-
two end tables. Chinese silver diticn $1,500 T Balboa 2-
chest. House 5426-A, Dioblo Hgts_ 2 .....
ORSAL --astic uphosterd FOR SALE:-1948 Chevrolet Fleet-
VOk7 SALEE-Pla~stic upho0lstered hiv- mate 5-pasoge Club, Coupe,
ingroom suite, household furniture, mt 5-passenger93-B u th. St.
some Qmr. steel furniture, refriger- N0 C.stob u-.
aotor, washing machine, woodwork- New C .stobal. -
ing power tools, all 25 cycle. FOR SALE.-1951 Pontiac Chieftain
House 93-8, 6th. St. New Cristo- De Luxe. 4 door Sedan, 8 cylinder,
bal. seotcovers end synchio-mesh drie.
FORSAL: 9 F. Wstighose very good mechanical condition
eALE =CFtVA.ATaelepshtoine2-
refrigerator. Corner cabinet m e 07atCIVA S n A. Telephone 2
h c g a n y 2 c h a ir s l iv in g r o o m o v e r 0 7.. .
stuffed. House 5277 Morrison St., FOR SALE:-1948 Ford Super De-
Diablo. Phone 2-2718. 4uxe Club Coupe. Block with
j6' FOR SALE :-1949, 25 cycle West- Compr n ron ote
iqghouse 9 cubic foot, or will trade eel new brakg sstem
for 60 cycle. 1451-B. Owens, Bol- A reul buy for some GI. Phone
Albrook 2208
7oo. FOR SALE -Willy's Jeep. duty free
FOR SALE:-Monterrey style living- FO condition, $400
room set. Doveno. upholstered, .G910 mechanical conchtlOn, $400
chair, coffee table, end tables. "A Avenue beside P o nonome .
$50.00 complete. 83-5281. oP
FOR SALE-- 1947 Frazer Sedan
LESSO N S good condition Coll No, 3732.
LEARN TO FLY with AGSA at Pai-
tilta Airport. Tuiton on Piper Cubs. AlieeilaueOUs
Tel: 3-1337. -- ..

Wt, loms' Santa Cltr Beech cot-
to ges. 2 bedrooms. refrlvotation.
Rockgas rangers. IBlbeo 2-3050.
Except week-ends .
Spend your weekend at Casino Santa
Clara, cabin B.4.00 o couple.
Dance music by Casino Aces.





('Z.' i.' a' Z 9 Il
(w here parking is a pleasure)
279 Central Ave.-Tel. 30140

TrUpofte iext"S, A
Shipping, moving, storage.
Wa pack and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2562, PanamL

Houshl E xcIng
1_ Ajlti ,i Row
w, .,g5^~

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Wrte A lkelei AOSEayes. Ml
2031 Ases. C. Z.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Avenue K Street, corner.
Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
one way $85, round trip 135 (15
day-limit), $169.00, good one year;
to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.15.
raund trip, $252.35. 90 day-limit).
Pename Dispatch Service 3'6 Avenidae
Necional (Automebile Row). Tel.
Panema 2-1655.
FOR SALE: Crank Shaft fits '46,
'47 ond '48, Nosh Ambassador,
new end has balanced flywheel.
'47 motor scooter, motor recently
overhauled. BARGAIN, Tel. 2-
2946. House No. 5337-B, Davis

Help Wanted
WANTED: Good home with pay
offered to good clean honorable-
girl for general housework. Apply
house 875 Motrpon Avenue, Bol-
PsitioK Offered

Attractlye so ry for experienced ond
<'ompetent. secfrWeary. Male preferred
Advancement unlimited, for person
with effective executing ability. Re-
spOnsibility and initiative. No oppor-
tunity for others. English and Span-
ish required. Write submitting. com-
plete details of education. Experience
and work references to Box 2007,
Ancon, C. Z.

Draft Call1 bsiid

For 53,001 Men
For Amy I Hay

St. Dioblo
FOR SALE --One Singer foot ma-
ch;ne wth motor. Piano, Spinet.
Tel Balboa 2494.
FOR SALE --Wire hair Fox
5 months old. make AKC register-
ed Phone 2-1590.
FOR SALE: Doberman Pinscher
puppies, purebred, 2 months old
Male $100.00, Female $75.00.
Call BoIlboa 2915. s.
FOR SALE:-Meat block, appliances,
and household furniture. Phone 3-
FOR SALE.- 2 place settings Inter-
national' Sftrling-sprng glory. Nev-
er used. $25.00. One pair Con,
quisrador stirrups, $10.00. 76-E.
Coco Sollto
FOR SALE -Young hamsters Itoy
bears I. Ideal house pets. Amus-
ing. odorless. 239-B, Pedro Mi-
FOR SALE. Nice complete baby
bed, also good rodio and rooster.
will sell cheap, can be seen at
house 19, room 3 upstairs, 45th
St, Bell& Vista.

FOR RENT.-Furnished room. with
kitchen privilege and phone. 45th
Street No 34. Tel. 3-4625

Boats & Motors
FOR SALE--25 cycle motors, 1-4
and 1-3, I H.P. Motor Launch.
34 foot, 108 h p. Continental Ma-
rine engine, reduction gear. neces-
Ssary equipment for use. A bargain.
Phone 5-325.

IIltl Amrkan

Prosals Reojcted-

By Irbul 6(vi.
TEHERAN, March 11 IUP -
Iran is --ejecting long discussed
Anglo-American proposals for
Wt ling the two-year-old oil
dtspute which brought the coun-
trv fj^ to h vpa A f^ .i.r.i. -.

WANTED. By responsible couple
without children, house or apart-
ment iwo Or three bed-rooms in
Congielo, Bella Vista. Vista Alegre.
or Golt Heights. Call Panama 3-
4702 between 7.00 and 9-00 p. m
WANTED TO BUY:---Smmch tires,
suitable for reconstructing. Recons-
tructora Nocoonal, S. A. No. 7,.
SPeru Avenue, telephoe..2-04D6.
WANTED: Reti'red.Canal Zone
couple for contract '"it Crona-
do Bech. Small -so ty jfr cot-
tage and uLillteSF. Fr-r pointment
cal Balboa 3346.'* -f


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You Sell 'em...When You T ell 'em thru PA. ClassifiedsI"

Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "'" Street Panamt -:;
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coln
A... .A.. .-- ;- "f' .--

Carltoa rog Store
10.0M# Melkder Ave.-Phone 255 4 I0

WiM IT -*Ord&.
eb a"&"dd oa~W"rl

Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Salon de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

Prop\ .' S.A. "
Agencies Internacional de Pubicaciones as trtaorner Estudia te
No. 3 Lottery Plana Phone 2-3199 PhqbO 2-2214 and 2-2798

PHILLIPS Oceonside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,-
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
amra 3-1877. Margarita 3-16-73
Box No. 435 Balbtoo.

FOR RENT-For two or three months
a completely furnished residrnce
consisting of two bedrooms, two
baths, two living rooms and dining
room, kitchen and servants' quaor-
ters. For information from 9 a. m.
to 3 p. m. at 37th street E, No.

FOR RENT:-Modem and screened
apartment, two bedrooms, etc.,
$60.00. 4th of July Avenue. No.
61-A. Miguel Hive. Phone 3-4844.

Radio Programs
Your Community StatiOn

WeM n100.000 Pel.Mwi

Today, Wedaelday, MaInh
3:15-The Little Sbow
3:30-Music for wedneay
4:00-Music Withot W.dS
4:15-Sepia Parade '
4:30-What's Your Favorite
(Agendcia Steer.)
5:20-What's your Favorite
5:35-What's Your Favorite
6:00-It Stuck in my Mind
6:15-Musical interlude
6:30-Parade of Hits
6:45-Lowell Thomas
7:00-Old Time Ballroom
7:45-Frenfch In the PAr &DO)
8:00-Evenlung salon
9:00-The Halls of Ivy 1:30-The Haunting Hour
ll:00r-The Owl's Ueat
Midnight-Sign Off. ,

Gromlich Sonto Caira becrh.-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes gase
toves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa, 4-567 Pedro Mi-



Amerlcon family desires to bfe tliree
or four bedroom hou w 6ne
yeao. Call Panaoma 3-o188
WANTED:-Furnished threj bokoom
house with maid's 4grt&rs tor
Swedish diplomatic faffiy for at
least two months fro maid iPMarch
to mid May. Call Pana... 2R0170
farm, near Panama. Write to L.
L6peO. Panama P. O.
FOR RENT: Amican foas v of
four desires to rent an unfurn.shed
house in good residentlol sMctop.
At lbost three bedrooms a" two
baths. Will consider large apart-
ment. Please telephone 34852,

Exp s As PlaM

L&n Ons Carrior

rrv w.-. after
An Cl; the
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'ahvWC LET.

sedau, plastic tp
'' *idBi, pO~r N .*
g~^tow -
mileage .... 1,850

1951 FORD V.8 ooTv. ,
coupe, leather,

good top ,,. 1,590 .tn
: .:ftuf

WASHINGTON, March 11 (U-
P)-Th e defense department
today issued a draft call of
53,000 men for the Army during
The Air Force and Navy and
Marines- do not plan to draft
any men during may.
The draft call is at the same
level as has been Issued for
the past several months.
The May draft call will bring
to 1 414,430 th- bm.mho- n* m"

Kew Mey We*

ISO& Ma'h 1 "

sit Eye* Post
TRENION, NJ, Marc 11.
(I -d pate leal f
studied eourpre.e-e,..H^IN
_inno 1_J_.. fa JA *-___lvl Kj

w Jer ey cma

%lj 1Q -,no I~l verge or oanirupcy,l ______ IUU
Officials 1"1 doed. today. Tou' Tmow, Thursday, Marsh IS er Nei
Two of Premier Mohammed AJ. next
Mossadegh's advisers told news- 6:00---a on --Tha a d Xi
men the government could not Clock Club Tb r W oi;
agree to the proposals, as a mat- Clair M C|Ba lr.te
ter of principle. T:---Mor111R 8on.
Iranian compensation for the 8:15-.MorniVarieties Atty
Anglo-Iranian Oil Co. was un- 8:30-tute Makers gg WCa
derstood to be the snag In the 8:41--Jerry Sears Present the Pi
current negotiations. The com I 9:00-News utry
pany's long term rights were 9:15-Sacred Heart Progr oaus
superseded by the nationaliza- 9:30-As I See It ta
lon of Iranian oil 10:00-News g!l 00
I0:05-Off the Record '
U. S. Ambassador Lov Hender_- 11:00---New The
son has been negotiating for!11:05--Off the Record (contd) er I
months with fMassdegh on the 11:30-Meet the Baqd 8t
proposals now marked for re 12:00-News :arse
Ejection. P.M. Januas
Karim Sanjabl and Kazem 12:05-Luncheon Music
Hassidt. advisers to the premier 12:30-Popular Musice
and members of Parliament, re- 1:00-News
vealed Ehe government's inten- 1:15-Personality Parade
ionrs. They WaMossadegh l:45-Lum and Abner M
would give Parliament a full re- 2:00-A Call from Les Paul
port on" the proposals and the 2:15-A Date for Dancing
government's attitude toward 2:30-Afternoon Melodies
them within two or three days. 2:43-Battle of the Bands
3:00-American Debi* b.k:
Ebdon Jr. Named 3:15-he Uttle
Ebdon Jr. Named 3 :30-Muslt for Thuoey "
4"-00--Oreat Artists V
Assistant Super. :S-ob Ery(UP
Of Pacific Locks 5:-w- at.,
5:35-What's Tour Favorite toa
Thomas 1. Ebdon, Jr., has (contdI of
been appointed assistant to the 6:00-Pleasure from books*iU
superintendent of the Pacific (BBC 6
Locks and wil assume his new 6:15-Musical Interlud
duties in the near future. He is 6:30-Rlcky's Record
presently employed as electrical 6:45-Lowf l Thomas
engineer in the office of the 7:00--First Pehearsal (
chief of the Locks Division., 7:30-BLUZ RIBBON
Ebdon is a native.o f the Ca- -,iEVIEW .
nal Zone, his father having 7:45-PETRONIO PJ
been employed for many years Petronio's Talor
before his retirement at Oatun 0:00-Thirty Minute
Locks. He was graduated from .(BBC)e
Cristobal HIRh School and the 8:30-schoes of the
Canal Zone Junior College. He 's %wItt
completed his scholastic train. 2:
Ing for a bachelor of selence 9;O: e Ameroican i
degree In electrical engineering VOA) -
at Georgia Tech. B r S )
He has been employed by th 9:,IIi
Canal since 1M and enter )
training' 0 an appefituae
aim He w^ ^i df^iB
_11W In th

-"a.-,=M U,,; auuUX u l XIloIen
drafted since the start of the WASHINGTON. March 11 (UP)
Korean war. Of this total, the --A bomb fell from a returningK
Marines have taken.81,430. The Corsair fighter exploded aboard
Marines, however, have drafted the aircraft carrier Oriskanv off
no men for a year. Korea March 6, and killed Swo
Crewmen and injured 15 others,
Defense officials have said the Navy announced today.
that draft calls will continue Five of the wounded were in
at the same high level as the "serious condition."
may quota through July in The accident was marked by
order to replace draftees afid high courage on the
enlisted men whose terms of part of two crewmen who drag-
duty are expiring. ged the unconscious pilot and
The Defense Department said one of the victims from the ex-
the number of men requested Plosion area.
by the Army for May is based, The tighter was returning
on maintaining approved from a bombing mission in
strength after allowances have North Korea when the missile
been made for enlistments andfel loi anad exploded on the car-
reenlstments." rier's flight deck. A faulty re-
ff lease mechanism apparently had
Draft Director Lewis B. Her- failed to release it over the tar-
011ey warned recently that de- get.
ferments fo r students and The dead were identified as
fathers may have to be changed Ihotographer Airman Thomas
to keep the armed forces up Leo McGraw. Jr., .22, of Theresa.
to strength through the draft. N.Y., and aviation electrician
Thomas M. Yeager, 19, of Co-
lumbus, o.
SThe carrier was restored to
Panama Rotary Club full operating condition the fol-
lowing day.
Rotarian Steve 8turgiss, Pana-1 The Navv said there was a mo-
ma manager of the Texas Com- meant of potential disaster when
pany (Panama), Inc., will be bomb fragments ptereed the fuel
uest speaker for the Panama tanks of a Pantner jet tighter
Rotary Club at its regular week- on the hangar deck
ly luncheon tomorrow.Themeet-i The hangar bav was flooded
taig will be held at Hotel El Pa-I with fuel but fire-fighters iso-
nama at 12:15 P.M., and all visit- lated the bay and kept damage
Ing Rotaria= are Invited, Ito a minimum.



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MIcGraw was killed while mak-
ig a motion picture of the
bomb dropping, bouncing on the
deck and exploding.
Yeager was bit by shrapnel
while repairini a plane parked
on the han sar deck.
The unconscious lot,. It. Ed-
ward Kummer, 39, rocheler
N.Y. was hauled from the
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head the. c gama t Ilnt an f.I
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The o r 'ers r .f PanamA
a I5 n 05 a t mt1 ea S h service
m b t eot berei-
aParde pPa n
0 %hal-ity meeting' will be
u* .d held Thuras April 30 as the
Padro Miael unrion taurch
-athe Ganobe a Union Churoh
d Cotored. PMro testant Church
,as ehourte -
Morningr cofee will be seftred
at 8:0 followed by the meetif
Sand lunches at 11:30. so that
T ..the ladles ma return by ttain
If they desire to do so.
SThe program is bein ret up
S with a panel of civic and roi-
Sous leaders or'on the bdlmu i
cussing the Civic Revnsipbi s
or wAlril 15 anouB e of to Chrlp o Wbman."'
Made the s' Officers of .this organthation
biggestet year. are: president, Mrs. Piaui lIa-
orV g 'Te the ener; ic'-preaident, Mrs. R: H.
ar ry ~ em- Greene: 2nd vicev-prluent, Mis.
caePrank Sul: recording secretary,
In 1 an .ppat Mrn Carl Maedl: orrisponding
Wat out t obQe, and prod- secretary, Mrs. Arthur Cotton;
i de cts rima ls from a mechanic- treasurer. Mrs. Clearance Jacob-
em ,th-dealing tak son: xa stant-treasurer, Mrs.:F.
Se -a. Pier .

The p t. Its -turned TI
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Ss prawling. Industrial LUXat.
wh eon -

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versal-Internalional's technicolor "Against All Flags," Flynn,
starting hlie16th year as a swashbuckling star, Is seen as a Brit-
Ish naval officer who masquerade as a deserter in drder to join
a pirate gang' headed by Miss O'Hara. Anthony Quinn, Alice
Kelley and Mildred Natwick head .he large supporting cast, di-
rected by George. Sherman and produced by Howard Christie.
"Agilnat All flagg" will be shown tomorrow, simultaneously at
the Bella Vista and Tropical Theaters.

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At CHS Au.
To celebrate International
Theater Monto, the second an-
nual Isthmlan Drama Festival
sponsored by Thes Troupe
217 of Cristobal High School
will be held March 27 and 28 In
the Criatobal High School audi-
Six one-act plays will be pre-
sented by groups from both aides
of the isthmus. Groups partici-
pating will be the Theater Guild
Cristobal Little Theater, Balboa
High School. Cristobal High
School, Junior College, and in-
After the last one-act play
has been presented, awards will
be given lor the best actor, best
actress, and the best play. Last
yer the Theater Guild walk-
ed away with all three top hon-
ors. but this year stiffer compe-
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Today: Popular Night
$1.10 per CAR!
Bring all the family and
And try our delleous Jumbo
Hamburiers or Piping Hot
Our SNACK BAR opens
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Is a wold-wide movement, aim- ucatlonal, Scientific Oa Cut.
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understandlnnr and world peace. trough participation in laW
During March of each year national Theater Month.
American theaters actively Curtain time for the drama
promote the ideals of the Unit- Festival is A p. m. Admission t1
ed Nations and its specialized free but children must be as.
agency, the United Nations companled by an adult.

from 7 p.m. in the Patio in time for the 8:30
performance of NOEL COWARD's "Private
Lives," staged by the circle players.

March 11 thru 14
Bella Vista Salon
Play tickets $2.
On sale, lobby.




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Richard Greene tephen A Great Double PrormiI
Meauy Boris Karloft, in Rita Hayworth, In
"MACK CArnar "Affair In Trinidad"
Piper Lawe, in Pha: ..
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As Well-Says Durocher Brewers Clash fake UpA.SEC Cage Team

By UNITED PRESS At Balboa Tonight -. .
The New York Giants probably will have a new short- AThe UM J pied *
stop when they open the 1953 season. Tonight at Balboa, the league three a wo en
Husky Daryl Spencer has looked so sharp in training leading Gibraltar Lifesmen will "who curld combine te sore *
and early exhibition games that it's almost certain he will met t last plaG e Brewers. Then nearly 110 ts per game. mU ..
force team captain Al Dark to move over to second base. Brewers havae st.4t p er game, r s he
Manager Leo Durocher says-"The last shortstop who broke proving and may offer Gibraltari bas t. m -l
in as well as Spencer was Pee-Wee Reese. Spencer makes quite a y offe r Gibraltar--on are
the right moves instinctively and makes 'em with ease." In all probability, the Brewer Pettit,
One of Spencer's few faults is his tendency to hit moun all probable wilty, the PBree lliU On etett p O
straightaway. That's particularly costly in the Polo Grounds who pitched a no-hitter in thes wleoci ppi'a oe.
with it deep centerfield. The coaches are tryg to tea Sea And Nash-Willys Win In m nding Bill Malee, Ted Robt "Cb who all Doub h*r t :0 p.
b Spencer to pull the ball more to take advantage of the short ory yea rs, wi prebb Heaure, Ca-sLe bowling Leagr e Games c lov Harry Colbert, and averaged better''thsa ponthe Diable t rl tt 4:30 par.
left field wall in New York. Durocher is confident Spencer who pitched two no-hitters in BwiBi y all of whom are per game this-awon. me-o0- *.
will fit the bill. Leo Says-"Spencer Is one of those nature tw
will fit the bill. Leo Says-"Spencer is one of those natural s e probably hbt a. Lou Glud's Sears team could ovf 190 compared to Balcer's The other tw0o aftectiOns 4r6 8TANN ja
when ballplayers. There one, It's aren't too many around these days butre." against the Brewers. Both pitch have lft Bud Balcer at home 201. Mle now average 198 Vanderbilt's Dn ad
when you see one, it's a real pleasure." ers have had a rest and will be last Friday night in Classic with the others close behind. G rgia Tech's Pete .A- Won
The condition of trainer Myron Esler of the Chicago fresh when they go to the Bowling League play, as Balcer ive eleed by OeWt I
SWhite Sox is reported "fair" following a heart attack he mound tonight. hatchermen chopped the P.A.A Leading bowlers in the Cls- LlUnited ea wrtr in P-by a 01 .. o .LO
suffered Monday in Tucson, Arizona. Dr. Jacman Pyre says Tickets are selling fast for the team rignt in half with splendid 30 Leaue and their average: te south -r an Mie6rage -%" *.*6 2 *, I HE
the 41-year-old Esler suffered a coronary condition caused Twilight League Annual Dance, scoring. Melanson racked up ae- heights of ea -f four 3
by the blocking of a vein leading to the heart._so you had better get yours fine 628 with games of 190 223 Balr, Sears 201- Inches per player. Mae 3
league will sell you one and fey's 215, 200 and 197 for a strong eMelanson Spears 196-23 roer 1ey shoud aount
President Bill Carlin will be 612, and Colbert's 180 18e Colbrt, dears 193-19 for 11 points pe game.
Unbeaten Isid o M a nez 226 for a nice 594 series, allo Coffey, Sars 19243 The m allest ia o the team, MT T d DMar'h )
f Colon's unbeaten feather the Season). Play: sPoneme t Isy Rbnpo s xep thliom Now, ) noJ.1

y rated youngster Beau Jack II. dollar), general ringside $2 i Cup, will beback to urdefendhis with 2 d keth5. et h B t pre-gme S

the dance performance wa far moretself. preferred ringside $3 and chil- s when the and al ThFor eym P urA, teaBorp wasi hardh Jenner 15 57 erae lrn. Big
convincing than the decision dren and oxers will be shared finest outboard racing pts winth 540. b a &Maf unlo froe o aeson 2s1e T '--
scored by Mrtinez over the same 50 cents for general admission gather a Oambic n a e was hi for PAA with 193 Colbert 180 188 226 594 aorn nar-
e by Norris 151 198 212 576

W-G Jack. noon a e I and 190 for Blcer 1160 212 136 H 5Sha t bp08lt Desit o5 oes f a- ""
S 5 508he 18p/ 1aOirag 5a i s 05 lift to,
Colon's u ten feather- Anned aaForces 9" t. o s, r o r8 k.t .rli the T %a, .
weight contender Isidro Marti- other pits92 Al Hostin against Vic- On adjacent alleys, NaBh-Wit- O 1 a l
in fourw g test tor Asprilla in a four-n r Satprwey ed b the yLr, Bus bowled over Seymouragin- dy 181 Il 1a 48u lotlh on, ot
March 22 when h tackles the m ry. Country Clubith a four-point win Mortons 1'8 312 172 5052 lso a I S
sBour ne ofet i asne of th i as The Ottis-Robinsoln battle Er Sears for the Season, -leaving Damh" e.17soso, 1h7 19 O5h' a K c'Iys M
a round main bout at the Panamf e at Da w e ht limit of 129 SunS An t Cu a "arsa still live points q with Muto Ciff a oot-three- &GuOD,

-one-sided victory over the high- cellent program will be S (one and older of the Governor's good 614, followed -'by Morton 1 9th2 o tdu 0 ,
ly-lrated youngster Beau Jack I. dollar), general ringside $ Cup, will be back to defend his with 582 and Engelke with 568. NA W e wa '

His performance was far more preferred ringside $3 and chil- laurels when the Canal Zoe' For heymur, Borup wa high Jenner 116 1 i. o e- e I w uh
Convincing tha sn the decision dren td boxers will charged finest outboard racing pilots with 540. Sion 151 164 21 529 a t 0t n i ae

Scored sby htnez over the same 5S cents for general gather at Gaboa Sunday after- Engelke 207 187 174 56M r
Jack. noon at 1.30 o'clock for a seven Team standings: B est 05 1 22 e A a

+ championship. Melvn onthe and excehent lform e aWitha lt- in r t sponjsr bye th omlm Mi N
Upther hstage, boMartinez willgiv hhas de e eased pg Jm Honsr chair 2" 11 boe bes, others N 1 t e.h .O t 0. ead
donsiderably t he should comfhim asf o hecanoptb players a unormananflaman t Team Won Los lt pD df a i, to -
Sthrough withn all his fights surHris last Georgmet e ies one lf five Egger Sears 67 29 "0 97 9Sn osM h O a o
ourne s fast turnin nto a The eeey-Schy match was Hatchett, timer; R. M. Wil- shop operator had his way. towel s suffcent. There one l

rapid-fire two-fisteold fighter of very cloe. Play was suspended ord Jr announcer and Cec Equipment manufacturers are for a buck with a nap-fate-
the ocky McKay type. He now when eene had to report to d Byron Havowill out with the greatest ortment ed loop to slip on your belt. It,
I holds tw o straight upset victo or ut itwas later resumed be n chare o the rescue boats of golfing gadget In history too, comes In s rned col tod
Series that have left the "experts" ith Scacing winn e 6-4 2-6 Admission for the actions In the individual ta i n as of the hour:- A tOU SITr I th. two on
S red-faced. Hif a first unexpected -i '- of 14 pilot. s whoClub an almost ev rything except knock AI g pthe helpful we dget. S dt
Thwin wa s over Manuel Prescott oursnced a barbecuthe watdinnerway in for the ball n tyear, Bud hole, and that a proteti ov wh
In tat billout, Melvin also gavon e Thbfe Graham-Delvallervic e and Civilian net stare freshments wof the Countryl d be available may not be ranking, but e s A eBorup 189 alS, 1O83 bsiao to a1'
catches ofppnen the year but turned clas also cDiablose with Delvalltse wiun- Brothe Geoun lub are te Probably greatehis back poon a in
f rout to cop a unanimuckings f oer Isi- day morning in, eleven matches Gvernors C lD on ae ta .1 hs s I b o
dro. Manage r Krech has re- which S.were, played before a fair and then turned around New a .:-, N" ."
ndic'Mled that his boy will bntherYear's day to win the Clash "B" .u bth ofk le m wod up c

aderable 1-ovnd champion of the lt W the a competition at Old Cristobal s ecommodate ao era d sodti d a
Jack getspulic another chance to re- T, e a bes g eas the "Free-For-All," ur too the only driva e ptter h M I b o
eem himself against touh Rodi- the doubles between the Armed event which will also climax .,lel wuld b- S- 0W th A fd .A .,
reaction. worcs team of Ir and Sunday's program of speed in sean t' n &

If Isidro can wip Bourne Kho per and the CIviian team the wS eral. PVublc nro' t ed.l. .s-.4 .
convincangly, ng he will a he n line of Motta and Willis. Te civil- Ea ch event Sunday Wi ll nhave o way liee a sFfent Mhrs Ia
pfor a match with edro Tests- tan finally won t-3, susp8 two heats and t ere pilot with dmthe By STVE n-o" MR.

An impressive victory for Jack Hearne won over Brail 6-2 at no charge. or e rs due to a mds, -wgu di carid. .thst t the "ain Sadote noh tr [n -
er Ampudresently the No.ll again put erhim Graham won over Ewank 6-best many magazines for the artiwo i pere. a ms as3 t ske l e of t :

redf lnedor a crack at thextopelo. 6-1; Hele won over Tochterinan, ee on automobune testnlu and has evrtin p n o bmont' thd helpsu w $0I
S wcal fighters of his division. Beau 6-1n 6-2; Willus won over Barnes the results of these tests on new ndclub? al s hea fl a hoo? glie Wt u* )- n W
forac the vacanoubtedly featherw fighter 6-3, 9-7; Motta won over Klop-- modl cars. e wl be at ery hoar, l pee dr, tthe de m e r;i
championship. Melvinr r on wthe andexee f ith a li- winner by the race committee 6ttres _ud a totoea .ee. h rm .J rr lt

Other hato ond, w ill boost his stock t v m acter sr h w Will gi headed by C. J. Holmes, chair- NeW fORK, taoeir 1 oU o the..d nd tub is '' -'
opThbe moreemna forsh M ott h.e wil..logier!I sup)ie Ahatl bt s apo thin, .oer ,
considerably if he should cohe any of the- players a run for man and flagman. ther com- complete dresd 15
through with another Surprise their money. mittee members include David thi"s Season, t 10k .- if an aid-fa+mhloe-

ompleted b two well matched to) Tuly-Tochterman 6-0, 4-6 The CZTA has made arranges: man from Mars if t to gve

test one is a six-round Del Valle-chaByron Haokotte will out wients wth the greatestPanamanan of- Ff T ry te of
S..holds two straight upset victo- work but I was later resumed be in charge of the rescue boats. of golfing gadgets In history. too, comes in sa cOO to in t.
rt 2- Admission for the action is There a gimmicks that'll do fit the ensemble of the hoo' Iotftl

i as oe Ma P our a a n e a and in ata gtvel t th re HeGraham tev a 4 eAatcl rn o. l in aY o O .i
t haed Hisefinals frun e c h Mrt i ge m Greres Tae a onem Cdu ato a mn eves ary thng.xc pt c o .d. n.t
win ws our batle h "1 sc othe 1. oue to dfatc En aecwbi nne r aend the r i acs iswell. u et ta'll.t

Si the sanir o ttt neal u i our. tal
Scnetthat houl, s tMevinctory ack g a rnTe wovrBag- 2,-4at no wouldg e T vilable upao not shoei.oWles as Bn rea f e lies a i t Vt h
'hisd neAab iterest .Topu lnr the 3ar ea 0inF thatPlled ba b a s ates a le a and stradlin

Oacer getsdanotherchancptor-ra n aver g' ma y pe animanalni p e url a too p3 thon dv .ttero is *l i "
deem himslfaainsttertogo-on Hele w to exoerinc ls r eofibe ti Cat Ohe tifr w ou b b k ben the b % ait o
dot m rlinenxfor da. Ira do ant-ther r sn l a
of. the betghwters ouding feate matc 6-1;Wli 6 no the d esvt oer e on of t he 1 t st ds t w
weaghts camaigningtl athe Martier 6t ch 9-;rham htea deetd to o ea g t' 1 het bsaflnth prac.otic.l ,eue ir s 'tem. A
resoent.e HistontleInotperfo rm-t deait Ewla ak -stee n h t aro ut ge
tesacest hoa e Ined htim he reeney, th -4 the folw re Def 6- ike to kw but the sr Tfe a Ti d wn.e I mbllet. 13f .-'ji"dtdt

ofnatrial horse" a he 16 sofl ith mt ches: li ehes d lide t nheir IuEll ss sc e la o
bw ithowoet many fIntrns MouTtte woPn ovr gearnK othds o :
Jan gresie ctor foirnEc Hore-ae w-on r ral 6, 6-4.g at noatl caeid t kn pullan -d e rte st nce." ,.
deermpu wis against ptoutR him l wonle ovras Ew too experi an y maens F rintiesnani- leut than e er. one, ut bockTe1 P ball in tieeb -
cal" f bethters -of hd ation. Beta 6-h1 6-2, Wili wnvr a ts on hese t6est on tne anulbes gcial rsk do a b
J- the model c ars. ri c or tme Hane, heeae Vra6 rook
amonghthe youpaigngr acrovel wth per offStehae won oven ManY pol it is fael ant wou
tresent.H foloi bte Feeney 7-4, -6,8-6; el sa e ltk to know how teeiariar would 1w.. a bulo-In Mel Casher andaflet m.y
cnes h o lea hm wl sone wn lovr G 'aruhn T;anal Zne Ters Wilis corn pare tn these pulse rsitable for ge o, hnl his gear.
be wto mn fa. trer suatys e thetore bun an pn theo/ .. ed
dtheres of the arswllbe6-3 ,ll -6,h 6; I gtoopen Fishe (ls

*e "tra. m Th airrInes hael t ic eve u cllo and' T.I I fromR1'
Smerr o ale EEon e -rtetile gl ter M sh u ID tk a
abe thegtvin "6peo t befe runs
the largestfollowingbutIfhhee tealnse wi 0 beaat-e C- c" a
Aand the airs will bhee troled ,

one Oris moae iun when ou switch from worn out spark Heae An,.o t

L"eitnE Press Mprtfe Wimst, -""'T r" R ""
Auto-Lite Resistor Spark Plugs. to- N Y K March UL .
gether with Auto-Lite Standard and Hoyt Wilhelm, the Giant's
Auto-Lite Tranaport Spark Plugs relief! pitching marvel of"
provide a complete limeof highqual. seemed headed toward anor
ity spark plugs for our every need. great season providing he
mu a. lasts until opening day.
a". -' A~.LD./The 29-year-old knucklebaHllr, "
Who toiled In 71 games last se-
AUTO LITE son. already has been ruW t
n oPARw PL | of the bullpen in two .tL0
$PARK P16 6 Giant's four Grapefruit ,.; ... o, ,
e ~~~~~~~gaines. Tie answered at' .:., u- ,.
Servicio de Motores, S. A. call" yesterday Co end a nb#.t-
P'namA. L P. Calle "N" No 34 Sunday pheare In r th
a appeared in the nin .'
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Chame airstrip, Sunday, March 1i, 1:00 p.'
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NEW YORK, March 11. (UP)- "La the po
Twenty-eight crewmen were
rescued today from the stern see- TWENTT-EIGHTH TyAu .
tlon of a burned and broken
tanker on which they had drifted
for three days in a North Atlan-
tic storm, the Coast Guard here
Eight Persons, including
the captain and his wife and
the three mhates of the 9,M00-
ton Liberian flag tanker
Angy, were reported missing,
presumably on the lost bow
section of the ship. Am m o
The American freighter Clai-
borne, which rescued the sur- WASHINGTON, March 11 (UP)
vivors from the broken ship, ra- -Defense Secretary Charles E.
died the Coast Guard that the Wilson testified yesterday there
Angy had "caught fire and ex- is enough ammunition for "prea-
ploded three days ago." ent scale" combat in Korea and
soon will be enough for "more
There had been no reports active" fighting.
of a distress message until
the Claiborne happened to His statement was part of
sight the drifting stern some the Defense Department's
1,000 miles east of New York answer to reports by Gen.
last night. James A. Van Fleet that a
serious and sometimes oriti-
A Coast Guard search plane cal ammunition shortage has
ut out from Argentina, New- existed.
oundland, to search for the Wilson and the Army high
missing bow and three Coast command discussed the ammuni-
Guard cutters, one from Argentia tion situation at a closed round-
and two from ocean stations, table session of the Senate Arm-
Were speeding to the scene. ed Services Committee with Van
The Clalbrne reported nine to Fleet listening in.
11 foot seas, high winds and rain Gen. J. Lawton Collins. Army
soualls in a storm which cut vial- Chief of Staff, said that generally
ability to two miles. It was pro- speaking the United Nations
ceeding to Cherbourg, France, troops have "never lacked, am-
with the tanker's survivors, munition either to repel attack
The Angy, owned by the Mon- or conduct their own operation.
rovia Shipping Co., was under But Sen. Harry F. Byrd (D-Va.)
charter to the Gulf Oil Company said Van Fleet did not "yield an
for the voyage from the Persian inch" from his position that a
Gulf to Philadelphia, where it1 serious shortage still exists and
had been scheduled to dock to- "has interfered with the success-
day. ful prosecution of the war in
The ship's agents here said' Korea."
they did not know the nationality "It Is a national scandal
of thp crew but surmised they why we have not been able to
might be Greek. secure the delivery of ade-
qte ammunition to fight
L h.I U-.Id- the Korean war when t was
dues, aprequest
lI-Vj f Un IN lR,, madebythemUitarYforam.
Jlxes Her i muton wa met b Con-
tress. Byrd said.
TWo's C i y' metffcienm and lack of
NEW YORK, March 11 (UP)- HT' AWafla
The Jinx-ridden Broadway mu.- n EnUWiUUs
sical 'Two's Co has alos- c
ed abruptly- beaUe its star,
film actress Bette Davis, has an Pans .Seepf Et
infected Jaw. -
The prducers announced last lRed Wits
night the show was being with- Read WW W
drawn In advance of its schedul-
ed March 28 closing. The last KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 11
performance was given Sunday (UP)- Former President Tru-
Night. man said today that on his
Miss Davis. whose opening n vacation in Honolulu he expects
the revue last October was to do nothing but "sleep, eat,
postponed by another Illness, and read whodunnits".
had an infected tooth extracted Questioned about a report he
p ter last Sundayas performance. would visit the Far East, Mr.
Her doctor said the infection Truman said he had never con-
had spread to her jaw and wold sidered vacationing anywhere
reqwre considerable treatment. besides Honolulu.

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ne ana Mrs. Truman will
leave Independence, Mo., by
train March 19. Their daughter,
Margaret, will Join them in St.
They expect to sail for Hono-
lulu from San Francisco March
Mr. Truman said he had re-
ceived invitations to visit places
in the Ear East, but had declin-
ed them.

Atty. 6en. Brownell
Asks High Court Bhn
On D. C. Segregation
WASHINGTON, March 11,-
(UP)- Attorney Gen. Herbert
Brownell Jr., asked the Su-
preme Court yesterday to ban
racial segregation in District
of Columbia restaurants and
clear the way for home rule
for voteless Washington resi-
As a "friend of the court."
he asked the high bench to
reverse a District Court of Ap-
peak ruling that two statutes
barring the segregation of Ne-
groes in restaurants and other
public places are not enforce-
During the 1952 election
campaign, President Eisenhow-
er promised that his adminis-
tration would do what It could
to end the traditional practice
of segregation in the nation's
The appeals court ruled five
to four that the statutes are
not enforceable because Con-
gress lacks power under the
Constitution to delegate to t
local district governing body
authority to enact "general
The two laws were enacted
in 1872 and 1873 during a
brief period when the district
had a form of local self-gov-
They covered segregation In
hotels, bath-houses, and bar-
ber shops as well as restau-
rants. Congre" now governs
the district.
"a lidet
Thursday, Marsh 12


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:Van Fleet: Ain't So'
coordination, should be cleared mander was unable to out ua speciallyy n the heavy cal-
up immediately and those res- all the operttlan he had plnn- ibh.
possible reprimanded and dis- ed.
missed." Collina took a aml ton, h the Ute
Committee Chairman LTverett saying -a field my bl J mr be t o ll
altonstll (R-Mass.) told re- "disagree with a. mot three times fat
porters he also gained the im- meander on what he he they are now being fired In o0-
presslon that ammunition short- needs to accomplish hrml;i tea.
ages have been felt "very acute- and it Is entirely poNe* thai.
ly" at the Korea front. both may be r h; l e
Wilson's reference to a ferent points vie."
"more actve" type of opera-
tion in Korea was made in a i.5rtD a Is s his
prepared ae handed re ee P ses Hou
to reporters and seemed to am espods ad Lftk P os s 1 ou
Indicate that some step-up bat th e & M ret-
in the fighting is-beig con- tha f
Statements also weregiven out Wilson reported "substantial ( ed
by Army Secretary kobert T. improvements" recently In the to vo wwrday make tra-
Stevens and Undersecretary Earl four sins of amsun that t a- e Haae t
D. Johnson. "wenre coundeted.ut t t 9rtthal t4Sttet d defeating
obSal sa the erence g to create odu-track the a nt
of opinion" between Van Fleet hood Al ars ka.
and defense officials stemmed
from the fact that the field corn- fl While the administration bill
WNU t (Few, Was toned down slightly by the
SHouse, its passage was a ma-
Provinci Super r r legislative victory for Pes b,
ent isenhower, who had
Of VinceulNans Here Yew. For Chess -f^ %:c%
theirr nrmnZ Democratic
On Biennial V it ROTON C Mar w yt ready forstate
S-(UP)--The Navy explained hood.
The rendDtoday why falitedSmOLdme aVnS tothe
The Very Reverend Daniel M. aone officer e jnj. Tile bm to the
Leary, C. r. V., Visitor of the Jano in a osain have a "tle wherezo
Eastern U. S. province of the anp lW o
Congregtion of the Minion cotae clase ed w
(Vlncentlan. Fathers), arrived A L In th
In Panam yeste rday aboard Te men are n ervingON as -
the S. S. Metapap. elunteer bueGn ea 'ni-
SGermanto w n, Philadelphia. the effects longdeaw-
headquartes on one of his reg- finemenjt Wilm l=.UtOIh
ular diennial visitations of Vin- crews of atomic powered sub-
centiaft missions in Panaman marinade IWi..'
thy Canal Zone, and is staying it can
at St. Mary's Mission, Balboa.t t ,.. This-
The Visitation will Involve A sSm,, t 1 A
Inspection of parishes and works Navy kdbmU' .e base h e
of the Vincentlan Fathers on men wa .t e 'tta e -tie.
both the Pacific and Atlantic cause of a calcoum w-we
sides of the Zone, and n Pa- in their bones. This is cand v dn original bil
nama City and Col6n. He alsoby heavy concentration of car- tat President
will go on a tour of missions in, bon dioxide.n Lend prove the cam-utlon
Bocas del Toro, Almlrante, -. a. speedier p -g
Changuinola, Puerto Arnnuelles, The volunteers are The house also voted tr l-
La Concepceln, and David 'ithe end of tSir two-month stay I Hawaii to one rgwrSen
Leary is Provincial Superior m the submarine, which is seal- atrve in the House stead f
of more than three hundred ed off from the outside wafl. two provided n the d-
Vincentian Fathers. but not sxaulerged. ..lL ,

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