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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAUT NEWSPAPER
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER M, INI
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BEGGAR'S CHOICE
SCOUT NEWS
. .vc volunteer leaders In the
C*n*l Zone Council, Boy Scouts
of America, will receive the
icouter's Training Award at the
Pacific District Court of Honor
tomorrow.
In annoucing the awards, Dr.
Lawrence Johnson, council lead-
ership training .channan, an-
nounced that all Boy Scouts,
parents and iriends of scouting
are invited to attend the Court
of Honor which will be held in
the Boy Scout Shack on Ama-
dor Road at 7:30 p. m.
The men who will receive the
training award are Clarence R.
Tarn, Huns P. Pedersen and
Vincent Biava, all of Gamboa:
C. F. Anderson and Robert
Worsley, both of Balboa.
Training course certificates
will be presented to: Chris De-
vine of Diablo; Hans Pedersen
o Gamboa: Bill Flood of Al-
brook; Dalton M Locke of Cu-
rundu; H. J. Filllon of Pedro
Miguel; Walter Collins of Cu-
rundu; Lowell Jones of Diablo
and John Sampson of Curundu.
Den chief's training course
certificates will be presented to
Thomas Hayes and James Kln-
ter both of Troop 19, Cocoli
Allan Cox and William Black
will receive patrol leader's
training course certificates.
Margarita is seeking a Girl
Scout neighborhood chairman
before starting activities this
{all.
At a recent meeting of leaders
and troop committee members
it was decided to find a woman
who will act as Neighborhood
Chairman before starting Girl
Scout activities this Fall.
This person is needed to co-
ordinate all Girl Scout activi-
ties in Margarita and the Mar-
garita Loaders feel they need
this help. Margarita has been
without 'this key person in the
Girl Scout organization for more
than a year, and the leaders
feel that Scouting in Margarita
'has suffered.
A neighborhood chairman
'helps troops and leaders in her
j community, finds meeting
places, coordinates the troop
activities with the council pro-
gram and plans by attending
District Committee meetings.
Many of the council neighbor-
hood chairmen are former troop
| leaders, troop committee mem-
I bers, mothers of Girl Scouts and
Interested adults willing to do
I this community service.
Aside from needing a neigh-
jborhood chairman and the need
soon for a new Brownie Girl
I Scout Troop for girls on wait-
ing lists, Margarita Is practical-
ly all set to go.
Mrs. Louise Rainey hopes to
be able to lead Troop 50 inter-
mediates again this year, but
needs an assistant leader. Mrs.
Betty Smith again will lead
Troop 39 for Brewnies and will
have Mrs. J. R. Bruland for an
assistant.
Mrs. Rainey also needs an as-
sistant leader for her Brownie
Troop 40. Mrs. H. W. Blgelow
and Mrs. Lucille Flenniken will
reactivate Troop 29 for teen-age
girls in Junior High School.
This troop has been inactive
since last April.
To make further plans for
Gill Scouting in Margarita and
to report on finding a neigh-
borhood chairman. Margarita
Girl Scout neighborhood com-
mittee composed of all leaders,
troop committee members and
parents will again meet on Wed-
nesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p. m. in !
th e Margarita Clubhouse. If [
anyone has any suggestions for '
a Neighborhood Chairman.;
please call Mrs. J. A. Bialkow-'
ski Atlantic District Chairman;
at Naw 8504.
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MONDAT, SEPTEMBER , IMS
rm PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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FBI Sees Sharp Crime
Rise In US This Year
Overa million major crimes i conversely, increased 3.8 per, showed the East South Central
were committed in the United cent in cities. All other crimes States leading t
States during the first half of Increased in both city and coun-
1952, according to FBI Director J. try.
Edgar Hoover. In releasing the! Urban crime rates, calculated
6.21 murders or nonnegllgent
manslaughters per 100,000 inhab-
itants. The New England States
FBI's Uniform Crime Reports in number of offenses known to i saw only .6 such crimes for every
semiannual bulletin. H o o v e r: the police per 100,000 inhabitants, 100,000 inhabitants.
tressed that the 1,022.200 offens-j
es committed up to the end of i
June. 1053, Indicate a crime toll I
of well over two million major!
offenses this year.
The FBI Director pointed out
that this estimate of major
crimes Is conservative, since
these figuras include only the
more serious crimes. He directed
attention to the following facts
and trenda:
An estimated 1,022,200 major
crimes were committed through-
out the nation in the first six
months of this year.
On the average day during
this period ene larceny was
committed every 26 seconds, an
auto theft every 2.45 minutes,
an aggravated assault every
.13 minutes and a rape ap-
proximately every half hour
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wh.t. 100.000 Peopl. Meet
Presents
Today, Monday, Sept. 22
P.M.
3:30Music for Monday
4:00FADS AND F A 8 H IO NS
(Faith Foster
4:30 What's Your Favorite
BwyTo" minutes there WM ai 6:0LINDAS FIRST LOVE
crime of murder, manslaughter Ca. Alfaro, 8.A.
rape or assault to kill. 6:15-Singers on Parade
Crime rose 6.4 per cent, 6:30-Firestone Hour
throuahout the United 8tates 6:45Lowell Thomas
SI the first half of 1952 as 7:00-Takelt From Here (BBC)
red with the first half of, 7:30-BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
fS^^uKt^tea^e'ri 7:45_Ke? Talk on Unltar-
KffiE. ffiff & & S l:0oJv2Eg Salon
theft!MMI per cent. Other thefts I :45-U.P. Commentary
9:00Oliver Twist (BBC)
9:30Playhouse of Favorites ,
10:00The World At Vour Win-
dow (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
Increased 4.8 per cent.
Rapes decreased one-tenth oi
one per cent. Murders rose 3.4
r*r cent and negligent man-
TaughteVs. mainly traffic killings, 11 ^Theowi-. c,
increased 7.7 per cent. Aggravi- Midnight-Sign Off.
ted assault rose 9.3 per cent.
Comparing urban and rural a-
reas, murders Increased 10.2 per
cent in cities and decreased 7.3,
per cent in rural areas. Rape,;
Tomorrow. Tuesday, Sept. 23
No Curative Value
Seen In Krebiozen
By Medical Experts
CHICAGO, Sept. 22 (UP)r-A
committee of six medical ex-
pert* said today that the con-
troversial drug Krebiozen will
not cure cancer.
The committee's decision was
regarded as a blow to Dr. An-
drew C. Ivf,' eminent physio-
logist and 'Met president in
charge of the University of
Illinois' Professional colleges
Yvyhad praised the drug's
potentialities. He was criticized
for announcing Its discovery at
st ntws conference instead of
publishing the discovery In a
recognized scientific Journal.
The committee, which made
its report over the weekend was
asked to study the drug by Dr.
Oeorge D. Stoddard, president
of the University of Illinois and
Ivy's superior
Previously, the Amerloan Med-
ical Association and the Na-
tional Research Council had
said that the drug, discovered
by a former Yugoslav physipian,
was of doubtful value.
Ivy subsequently was sus-
pended by the Chicago Medical
Society for using a "secret" re-
medy, but later was reinstated.
The report today said that
Kreblown "was no curative
value In the treatment of can-
cer on the basis of evidence."
The findings were presented
to Stoddard by Dr. Warren H. 110:00Dance Music
Cole, head of the University's 10; 15-Muslcal Interlude
department of surgery. 10:30Variety Bandbox (BBC)
Cole said there was insuf- ; 11:00The Owl's Nest
ficient evidence that Krebiozen 12:00Sign Off
A.M.
6:00Sign On Alarm Clock
Club
7:30Morning Salon
8:15Morning Varieties
8:30Music Makers
8:45Hawaiian Harmonies
9:00News
9:15Sacred Heart Program
9:30As 1 See It
10:00News
10:05Off the Record
11:00News
11:05Off the Record
11:30Meet the Band
12:00News
PM.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popular Music
1:00News "
1:15Personality Parad* ""
1:45Rhythm and Reason
2:00A Call From Les Paul
2:18Date for Dancing
2:30-Splrit of the Vikings
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Alistar Concert Hall
3:15The Little Show
3:30Muslo for Tuesday
4:00FADS AND FASHIONS
(Faith Foster)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00LINDA'S FIRST LOVE
eta. Alfaro, HA
6:15South of the Border
6:30Hawaii Calls
6:45Lowell Thomas
7:00Ray's A. Laugh
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam 8e.islon
8:00Perry Como Show (VOA)
8:15Fred Waring and His
Pennsylv a n fa n s (VOA)
script)
8:30Frankle Masters Enter-
tains
8:45-r-U.P. Commentary
9:00Rhythm Rangers
9:30Piano Playhouse
cured any malignant tumor,
prevented cancer from spread- |
lng to the lungs or bones, pro-1
longed the lives of cancer |
patients or caused cancer cells
to detentrate.
The drug's discoverer la Dr.
Stevan Durovic, a Yugoslav re-
fuge* now living In Chicago.
Durovic said he developed Kre-
biosen from horses' blood serum.
He insisted on keeping the
exact formula secret.
Ivy, who sponsored Durovic,
was granted a two-month leave
last December to conduct re-
search in an effort to prove the
drug's potentialities. The com-
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poration
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mlttee of six
January and
port on the
was appointed in
studied Ivy's re-
research.
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It's Movietime TONIGHT!
Cana/ ofheaters
Clifton WEBB Ginger ROGERS
"DREAMBOAT"
Tuesday "ON DANGEROUS GROUND"
John PAYNE ft Derail! O'KEXPX
HIGH VENTURE" {Technicolor)
Taeiday "THREE STEPS NORTH'1
The Pacific States had the
highest robbery rate, with 43.4
offenses per 100,006 persons.
Aggravated assaults were high-
est in the South Atlantic States;
burglaries, larcenies and' auto
thefts highest in the Pacific
States.
There were 84 police officers
killed in line of duty during 1951.
Over the nation as a whole, the
number of police officers In-
creased during the first half of
1952 from 1.70 officers per 1,000
Inhabitants to 1.75. The Middle
Atlantic States had the highest
number of police in ratio to pop-
ulation with a figure of 2.08 offi-
cers per 1,000 inhabitants. The
West South Central States were
lowest, with 1.19 officers per
1,000 population.
In 1,724 cltlea with a total
population of 5^,776,246 per-
sons, 94.9 of every 109 murders
or nonnegllgent manslaughters
were cleared by an arrest, and
93.7 persons were charged by
the police for every 10* such
crimes.
There were 86.8 negli gent
manslaughters cleared by arrest
for every 100 committed. 78.9 of
every 100 rapes, and 77.1 aggra-
vated assaults for every 100 of-
fensse of this type. There Were
40.3 robberies cleared for every
100 committed.
For each 100 burglaries, auto
thefts and larcenies, the police
cleared 29.1 per cent, 26.3 per
cent and 21.0 per cent, respec-
tively.
More persons aged 18 were
arrested during the first six
months of 1952 than any other
age group, according to arrest
fingerprint cards received In
the FBI Identification Division.
This is a reduction from the
preceding year, when young men
and women of 23 predominated
among those arrested.
During the first half of 1952
persons less than 21 years of age
represented over 30 per cent of
the 95,600 persons arrested for
crimes against property, and
persons under 25 represented ap-
prolmately one-half of all per-
sons arrested for such crimes.
The number of males arrest-
ed during the same period In-
creased lets than 1.0 per oent
over the first half of 1951, with
a total of 380,415 males arrest-
ed.
Female arrests Increased from
41,944 during the 1051 half year
to 42,799 In the same period of
1952, or 2.0 per cent.
It is interesting to note that
60.6 per cent of the 423.214 ar-
rest fingerprint cards received
by the FBI during the period
January to June, 1952. represent-
ed persons who already had fin-
gerprint cards In FBI files.
Shrapnel Riddled Sergeant
Hides Under Dead on 'Baldy
dead. A Chinese threw a cou-
ple grenades and walked in and
sprayed the banker with his
Bnrp gun. After that there was
only fonr of as left.
"It was dark and the place was 5 and 6 a.m. Saturday,
"dead on Old Baldy for three days I full of bodies. The Chinese could! "At first the guys wouldn't be-
and two nights while Chinese not tell whether we were alive or Heve it. They thought the Chin
WESTERN FRONT, Korea,
Sept. 22 (UP) An American
sergeant, his face gray with pain
and loss of blood, told today how
he and three other wounded men
hid under heaps of American
"We were afraid to sleep. WO
dozed sometimes and we put
trash in front of the door so we
could tell if the Chinks came in."
The men were rescued betwee
holding the hill hunted down
and murdered Allied survivors.
The shrapnel-riddled sergeant
said the four hid under bodies of
their comrades while
dead because we were so covered
ese booby-trapped us. We told
them no but they wouldn't be-
lieve us."
The Chinese occasionally boo-
JEAN 8TAUPFER BEAODRY, whose paintings are on display
this week at the JWB-USO Gallery, Balboa, leams the In-
tricacies of batea decoration from one of her models, Artist
Diana Chiari de Oruber, whose portrait by Mrs. Beaudry hangs
between them.
IN HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
. i Chinese battalion gwarmed over
HOLLYWOOD. (NEA> Hoi-Fifteen Marine Corps cameramen,hlr .ltlon.
with blood. But they threw gre-
nades In anyway.
"We had a few medical sup-
American plies, so we made tourniquets for! by-trap American wounded a
barrages pounded the height each other. blow up any would-be rescuer,
without letup and prowling Chi-
nese tossed grenades into their
collapsed bunker at the crest of
the bowl-shaped ridge.
The men. members of the 2nd
Battalion, 38th Regiment, 2nd
Division, drank no water and
could not eat food.
The sergeant was rescued
when 2nd Division troops retook
Dowdew^whftew^ir.'r' "wlttl' QUANTICO. Virginia, Sept. M subjugatethe free people, ol;tha
h?m were two nrivate7flrst class1 (UP)-Oov. Adlal Stevenson said earth, and as long as the Unit,
d Tettenint membfrif of here that even f the Korean. I States and the free peo.
King Company, overrun when a
Stevenson Says US Had
To Take Fighting Stand

lywood is talking about:
Aly Khan's latest quote about
Rita Hay worth: "I'd like her to
live with me two months of the
year." This Is marriage?
Jennifer Jones' busy film
shot 29 0*0 feet of color film of
the recent atomic warfare ma-
neuver at Yucca Plat, Nev. The
short features the best footage.
Judy Capova selling her home
schedule.' She's set for stardom in Hollywood to live in Florida.
In three movies"Terminal Sta-
tion," opposite Humphrey Bogart
In "Beat the Devil," and in "Ma-
ry Magdalene."
She'll commute for movie and TV
work.
Mickey Rooney's latest troubles
with Uncle Sam. The income tax
boys claim he still owes $32.761
In back taxes when he was Roo-
ney, Inc., In 1947-48.
Producer Robert L. Llppert
.elllng his entire backlog107
feature filmsto television. It's
a $3 million deal including such
films as "Rocket Ship XM," "Lost
Continent," "Baron of Arizona," Wilma opening a dancing school
Buddy Ebsen and his sister
War could have been avoided, of the earth retain the purpoaO
the United States would have to resist."
taken a fighting stand against
Russian aggression somewhere _
in the WOrld. iaeaaaeaeaaaaBaraeaaBaeaa.ea.e
In a speech at the graduation'
exercises at the U. B. Marine
bases here the candidate told
newly commissioned officers they
must defend their country, "not
make good errors of the past, but
promise of the future."
Stevenson's son Adlai, Jr. was
one of the 600 Marines who re-
ceived a commission.
Stevenson said the American
policy leading to the Korean War
is like the rest of history, a "re-'
and "Savage Drums."
Pat Medina't quip to Paul Hen
reid when a large eat scratched
on her dressing room door while
she was getting dressed following
a bath sequence. Said Pat: "I've
just seen the first peeping tom-
cat in history."
MOM's plans to refllm "Romo-
la." It was an epic silent picture
co-starring Lillian Olsh and Ro-
nald Colman.
Frank Sinatra slated to test
for the role of "Magglo" in the
film version of "From Here to
Eternity."
in Beverly Hills.
Kathleen Williams, the silent
screen star, walking again with
the aid of an artificial leg. She
was critically injured in an auto
accident.
Script of the Nassour Brothers'
"Ring Around Saturn" calling for
a trained, gentle bull. There's no
such critter, but the producers
have devised a facsimile.
ONE MAN'S MEAT
A British columnist daring
Bette Davis to return to Londtn
She sent the scribe a package of
As he talked from a stretch-
er at a mobile hospital the
sergeant's ripped clothes still
emelled of the sickly sweet odor
of death.
"I ran into this bunker when
the Chinese attacked," he said.
There were 13 of us to start
with. The company commander
was dead and the radio knocked
out.''
The dozen blood-spattered men
In the bunker realized they were
given up for lost when American
artillery and tank fire began" ln ^agic ptjU of things,
slamming,Into their positions. I one which should not have been
"They scored 150 hits on our.aone ,< ot things not done
bunker," he said. which should have been done."
American fighter bom hers But he said he hoped service-
plastered the hill with bombs | men did not think they had been
and napalm. called on to sacrifice their young
Meanwhile the Chinese went years because of "some failure
from bunker to bunker, hunting
survivors.
"We killed every one that pok-
ed his head the first day," the
sergeant said. "But then the|
years
of foresight or decision."
"It. (the Korean War) Is fight-
in* which might have conceiv-
ably been avoided on that par-
ticular battlefield had we acted
fif... .ii- .Su* Vnads'otherwise than we did, although
Lhlnes ?LmpL.? g n n cn say for sure." he
through the door. ,.Jadded
One by one the men inside, stevenaon tlso cUlmed that
were dying "it ig fighting which we must
Finally we decided to play naTe inevitably faced somewhere
in the world as long as the 8o-
David Rose's
pearahce from a Hollywood party I lng
when Judy Oarland asked him London.
j to accompany her at the piano
for a song. He's her ex-husband.
for publication until next year,
though.
. Howard Hughes ordering the
stale meat In retaliation for his.full hoopla treatment for RKO'i

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viet Union pressed its purpose to
sudden dlsap- digs at her when she was mak-| release of "No Time for Flowers,"
Hollywood Darty I lng "Another Man's Polsort" ln the satire on communism tnai
was partly filmed ln the Russian
I LOVE ITJCY, INC.
Lucille Ball and Deal Arnaz
forming a corporation for mer-
chandising rights ln themselves
and the characters they've crea-
ted on their "I Love Lucy" TV
show. First Items due for the
market: A red-haired doll, bongo
drums and a smoking jacket.
Movie exhibitors on the war-
path about pictures that are pop-
ping up en TV dsy-and-date with
movie house showings. A Holly-
wood art house booked a British
film titled "Wonder Boy." Two
zone of Berlin.
Robert Q. Lewis all a-boil a-
bout reports taht he tried to
swipe the male lead role away
from Donald O'Connor ln Tax a
..film version of "Call.Me Ma-
nlghts after the film opened. It|dame." He says his visits to uie
was a free attraction on the studio concerned another ptel
home screens.
Veteran movie director King
Vidor writing his autobiography.
Money Was In Cash
CASH. Tex. (UP)The
RKO's release of a special two- which amounts to a history of | post-master at thUwidly named
i.-eler titled "Operation A-Bosab." the motion picture industry. Not Texas town was J. A. Money.
4 Clipper'
Routes to
the U. S. A.!
Lloyd BRIDGES Lea PADOVANI
"THRRE STEPS NORTH"
Tueaaay "Phme Call Trent A trainer'1
PEDRO MIGUEL
1M
(Tuesday)
'HIGH VENTURE'
(Taaaday)
'JUST THIS ONCE"
Joeeph COTTEN o Corinne CALVET
^PEKiNG EXPRESS"
TSay "MURBJCAOT MUmP
Red SKELTON at Kalhryn GRAVSON
"LOVELY TO LOOK AT"
1>cnnicolor) Twjen. "The Guy Whe> Came Bark"
Fly via Loo Angeles,
Miami, Houston or
Nev Orleans. Only
PAA gives you
choice of so many
routes, with deluxe
service all the way ?
Daily Flights
to Mexico City
jo wherlever you
wish... Only PAA
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Mexico, with luxuri-
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to speed you there-
Set yimr Trarfl A frit or
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TO-DAY!
LAST DAY!
DRIVE-IN
THEATRE
- ON TRANSISTHMIAN ROAD. BEHIND "ARTES Y OF
SHOWS: 7:00
and 9:15 p.m.
CIOS SCHOOL
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The Screen's
Most Frankly
Told Lova-
Srory...
of a Man...
and tht
"Other Woman"
"SOMETHING
TO LIVE FOR"
JOArf RAY TERESA
FONTAINEMIIIM) WRIGHT
COME AS YOU ARE!
BE YOUR CAR'S OWN
GUARDIAN!
Visit our REFRESHMENT and SNACK BAR
Open Daily from 5:M p.m. Sunday from 3:M p.m.
Taste Our Delicious HOT DOGS
Giant Sise Hamburgers Pep Corn Double Sise Bags
Sedas Ice Cream!
ALL AT REGULAR NUCES!!
TC'ORROW!
SPECIAL ATTRACTION!
SHE CARED TOO MUCH ABOUT MEN...
TOO LITTLE ABOUT RULES!
1ETTE DAVIS
GARY MERRILL EMLYN WILLIAMS, in
ANOTHER MAN'S POISON


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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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SCOUT NEWS SIDE GLANCES


i r'e volunteer leaders in the Girl Scout organization for more
Canal Zone Council, Boy ScoutLs than a year, and the leaders
of America, will receive the 'eel that Scouting in Margarita
E'couer's Training Award at the has suffered.
Pacific District Court of Honor A neighborhood chairman
tomorrow helps troops and leaders in her
In announcing the awards, Dr. community, finds meet i n g
Lawrence Johnson. council lead- places, coordinates the troop
trShip training .charman. an- activities with the council pro-
nounced 'that all Bov Scouts, gram and plans by attending
parents and Irlends of scouting Distrlct Committee meetings.
are invited to attend the Court Many of the council neighbor-
of Honor which -will be held in hood chairmen are former troop
the Boy Scout, Shack on Ama- leaders, troop committee mem-
dor Road at 7:30 p. m. bers, mothers of Girl Scouts and
The men who will receive the interested adults willing to do
training award are Clarence R. this community service.
Taht, Hans P. Pedersen and Aside from needing a neigh-
Vincent Blava. all of Gamboa: |borhood chairman and the need
C. F. Anderson and Robert soon for a new Brownie Girl:
Woruley. both of Balboa. |Scout Troop for girls on wait-
Training course certificates ling lists, Margarita is practical-
will be presented to Chris De- ly all set to go.
vine of Diablo, Hans Pedersen Mrs. Louise Rainey hopes to
of Gamboa: Bill Flood of Al- be able to lead Troop 50 inter-,
brook; Dalton M Locke of Cu- mediates again this year. but
rundu; H. J Fillion of Pedro needs an assistant leader. Mrs.
Miguel: Walter Collins of Cu- Betty Smith again will lead
rundu; Lowell Jones of Diablo Troop 39 for Brewnies and will'
and John Sampson of Curundu. have Mrs. J. R. Bruland for an
Den chiefs training course assistant.
certificates will be presented to Mrs. Rainey also needs an as-
Thomas Hayes and James Kin- ststant leader for her Brownie
ter both o0 Troop 19. Cocoli. Troop 40. Mrs. H. W. Bigelow
Allan Cox and William Black and Mrs. Lucille Flenmken will
will receive patrol leader's reactivate Troop 29 for teen-age
training course certUlcates. girls in Junior High School.
This troop has been inactive
Margarita is seeking a Girl since last April.
Scout neighborhood chairman To make further plans for
before starting activities this Girl Scouting in Margarita and
fall. to report on finding a neigh-
Ar a recent meeting of leaders borhood chairman. Margarita
and troop committee members Girl Scout neighborhood corn-
It was decided to find a woman mittee composed of all leaders.
who will act as Neighborhood troop committee members and
Chairman before starting Girl parents will again meet on Wed-
cout activities this Fall. nesday, Sept. 27 at 7 p. m. In
This person is needed to co-'th e Margarita Clubhouse. If'
erdinate all Girl Scout activI- anyone has any suggestions for
tine n Margarita and the Mar- a Neighborhood Chairma n,
1gatt .Leaders feel they need please call Mrs. J. A. Bialkow-'
tb.-hielp. Margarita has been ski, Atlantic District Chairman'
without tsta key person in the at Navy 8504.


NEW YORK SERVICES


fe w- hor
fDE WORE SPOTS-Stricken by measles a few hour
before her scheduled wedding. Leta Teneyck, of Bloomington, I
Ind., 'did not let that little catastrophe hold up the ceremony.
TiugPh quarantined, she voiced her vows over a microphone
through her bedroom window to the bridegroom, Jerome XK.
Denaier, nd the rest of the wedding party on the lawn below.


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*S.S. Chiriqui .................................... .Oct. 5
S.S. Flador Knot..................................Oct. 19
'S.R. Chiriqui .................................... Ot. 19
Handling kerrigerated Chilled avid Gemeral Carge


S.S. Parismila..... ............................ Se t. 2
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S.8. Talamanes .................. ................Oet.. 4
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Passenger Sailngs to gat
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Chariwton. Lm Angeisn, san Fnraelc md Bestlam*
SPECIAL WOU I
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5270.A for pa on or twelve pamseger shis smilnl
weuMh, fromn tqo SA e Fan inetlc,
retumlthr from Los Al I iI Ul tted efy
months. effeethy September 150t to ar 15th.

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*4 Tlvol Ave.-Phone 2-91. and

Morrion's .
Fourth of July Ave.-Pbone 1-0441


FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE.-Household gooas. rugs.
G E. washing machine. folding
beds. mrsc. Items. House &16-A,
Darien Place (Fishbowli Ancon.
, OR SALE.-Brand new Internalional
' Harvester 7 cu. ft. refrigerator.
Swon in raffle in original Croate.
Cost $374 00. sell for $270 00
cash Also Win,:hester. 12 gouge
shotgun repeater. Phone 678-L.
Colon
FOR SALE.-Westinghouse refriger-
ator. 9 cu. ft. Porcelain in and
cut Unit not working. Price $20
00. House 219-D Poroiso. C. Z
Help Wanted
WANTED. Maid for general
housework and care. of one child
3 yr.. old No cooking. Must sleep
in. Call 2-2996 after 6 30 p. m
or oappl at 5712-C, Diablo, af-
ter 6 30 p m. __
Is there on intelligent, pleosont
housekeeper who con cook, ap-
preciate kindness and short hours
with American couple in small
quarters? Apply 671 Curundu
Heights (Third cottage on left).
No telephone calls.
WANTED

WANTED: Two drafting tables
and two multiple drawer mop
cases. Phone Poanama 3-0475 Mrs.
Ferrer, 8.0. m. to.4:30 p. m.
WANTED: 4 wheel drive weapons
type carrier truck. Box 164 Mar-
garito.


awarded to a nuober anma-
Sar ye u ta by tIme tasitute
w Ioulnced today.
rto Boyd, Joaquin
i .l e xat the control tower, of
tu the th led have been
ed to a for one year
4 training in airport admit
W o mned traffic o nday ro. .


SItvers -t y ot Oria abemr.
Roberto E. Boyd, Joaquinm the dv
Su fim and itr n ReeYna, om-


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eaher's College in Terrahuate
.r=a one-year course in admm-
istn of rural schools.
Scholarships hav e
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UtIeF.D STATES CP AMErICA
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FOR SALE
Atommoblle
Service Pesonnel and Civilian
Goewnemen Employe
Mwsat an
Govemmrnnt ilEne Finanmi Co.
When u finnce your new
er ugd CM'.
AfINCY MHLINMU
Nf 45 Aterpde Iow
PheIm 8-4984 1-4985
POR SALE:-Used tires, passenger
& torommercial at Agenclas Cosmos.
on Automobile Row No. 29, tele-
phone Panama 2-4721.
FOR SALE-Cadillac Fleetwood 1947.
duty paid and in perfect mecha-
nical condition Coll Panama 3-
3341, from 8:00 to 12 00 and
2.C0 to 5 1, p. m.
FOR SALE:--Like new. 1950 Buick
Riviera. bought January 1951. less
than 15.000 miles. Perfect with
many extras. Small down payment
price $1,875 consider trade. 82-
B. Coco Solto. __
FOR SALE: Pontiac Eight Sedan.
1949, Hydramotic Drive. Like
new. 16,000 miles. Original owner.
New W/W tires and new battery.
Radio. Insurance coverage. 0310,
Cable Heights, Ancon.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors
FOR SALE:..-Ten meter beam com-
plete with Premax Rotomount
manual rotor, $25.00; WR L
pone patch, $15.00, Type LM-
10 frequency meter wiih 25/60
cycle power supply and modula-
tion; $40.00. Phone Balboa 2-
3173.


Pilot Springthorpe
Improving After
Gangplk Injury
The Pamp Canal ot Who
Waa inJured lt we n hewelle
olfped Sand fell off a ship he
lhM just brought through the
Canu 1 a *Inll at b ora as .-
pitl tsh bath not on the at-.

* odWrtas b. Lg
obaervd tor a pOible skull
fracture .uffersed hea he fell-
off the gagpldak of the USS
MassUon Victory, U*irtd at
Pier 18-D in alkboa last week.
He was disembarking from?
the ship at the time of the ac-
cident.I
Eyewitnesses at the time told I
police he fell about eight feet
and landed on his head. I

Questions e
World Is Asking


Is walking t darkness became it
is out of touch with the world of
God. That is why we do not see
the signs of God n the hearts of
men."
-nrom the Baha'l Writings.
The Bahal'i Discussion Oroup
of the Canal Zone meets at the
Balboa YMCA 8:00 p.m. every
Tuesday.
Fascists, Opponents
In Italy. Free-For-All
THIENE, Italy. Wpt. 22 (UP)-
The police were called In last
night to quell a free-fOr-all be-
tw."en 1,000 sianging members of
the Neo-Fascist MSI Party and
an anti-Fascist group.
At least 12 persons required
hospitalization before the scuf-
fling ended.


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day-limit., $1* C d orf e ytrVI
to LOS ANd LI, am. way. $149.
1 5, round ip 8 512. 35. 90 -
limit) Poname Cispetch Srvice.
opposite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Ptn-
ama 2-1655.


Need unfurnished or partially fur-
nished house with three bedrooms,
two baths, servants room, with
adequate living and storage space.
in desirable location. Military At-
tache U. S. Embassy. Tel. Panama
3-0010.
FOR SALE
Riincellunin.
FOR SALE:-1931 Ford Sedan. Duty
Paid. $150. One Simmons Studio
Couch, $20. House R 17 E. Rou-
ssau. Telephone 25-3304.
FOR SALE:-Winchester Model 12 -
12 gauge full choke pump shot
gun. H & R single action 22 cali-
ber target pistol. Phone 83-5279.
FOR SALE: One wheel metal
trailer. Coap. 500 bs. Canvas wa-
terproof top. Extra wheel and tire.
$50.00. See Earl Duke. Diablo
Barber Shop.


firePrnduw
President Alclades Aroe-
me0na of the Repi tic of Pana-
ma and Oovernor;John 8. Sey-
bold of the Cana Zoe have is-
/sued statements sdort Klve
Prevention Week, to be marked
here October '5L following te

ject.
- Very man, wnian 4 child
of the Pa"ama Lre, has been
clted upon tb...olnhtg and
wIlehartedly support Fire
on October
5-11.
Pire Preventten Week., wl be.
observed locally vith coopera-
tive demountrationa 'nd di-
plays by fireftghtlt equipment
of the Republic of Pama, The
Canal Zoife 'GoveMmeltt, and
the Army, Navy and Air Force.
Additionally, aI Canal Zone
civilian agencies, te oining
Armed Forces of the Caribbean
Command, and the Republic of
Pnama are, plait ing an in-
tensiave program of public edu-
cation for FIe Preventlo1 Week.
Climax of Fire Prevention
Week will be a gigantic demon-
stration of firefighting meth-
ods, preventive procedures and
equipment at the CurundU Fire
Station area on October 11 at
1:30 p. m., which the gMneral
public will be urged to e Id.
As Before, an interest
competition between unit1 of
the Armed Forces will be hed.
Albrook Air .Froe Base will de-
fend their championship which
they won t lt year's events.



The semi-monthly ec e-
men's dance of the auboa
YMCA on Saturday, carriw the
theme of 'Wariest M3 o a
Dance."
In keeping wi the theme.
decorations wf-l be typical oi
the Harvest #iue with corn
stalks and pumpkins much in
evidence.


The dance I s ponm ed by the
Girls Service Orgpe iatlon and
music will be by the No. 1 Air
Force Orchestra under t h e
leadership of Warrant Offcer
Deeter. Dancing win be Irom 8
to 11 p. m. with a freareas nt
period and special entertain-
ment features at InterminIseao
New persenel of the s aa
are especially reminded of
these dances and will ealo the
fine greup of ong wo m ea Who
constitute the ubgr hesteaL.,
Wlves of srvinceml e are ales
Invited and wHI be issued ueatI
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teuw "Wit'te le" t h" ii
rofan, trge g-10 u a.eOo.
lephone 3-3444 or M77,
ama.


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unfumirned eportm tmw
closed gardens. 8061. f U
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"PLease.tell us who tos nost to
blame Ia the accanpanying
hand," rtqestS a New Branswlac
correaO t. "The pblem has
caused .4 very lively debate in
these putt.
"Them was nothng to play
South bMWto lose four trump
tricks, at Sarefore was down
one. ,e PMd out that down
one wm m 'atatrophe, bat
North-veell forget 'that tti
combiMd bds were clee cold
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should h on either 150.
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most of 0e 0tBima on em
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For Bank Heist ) (IIR.IiIL UlIM
RENO. Nev., Sept 22 (UP) "Lef th, people now th ,h 1 4ed w.try h "it -hem Liaeub .
-BI agents armsted an Idaho
newspaper executive on a charge I rWVNTy-S'VENTH YEAR PANAMA, R. P., MONDAY, SETS4MBER 22. 1"I9 P. __. S,
of bank robbery today as he I "-- "'-
ambled away hia alleged loot in
n ilia-night crap game at a Lake .
-. aoeaminlg house. P : "
Dond rown agent in charge anagra Zone ou
Of the FBlI's Salt Lake City of-;
iee idatified the suspect as
I dam Gregory Dreyer. accused
tfhe 8.300 stickupfof the Black-
fe Ida., branch of. the Idaho
rown said Drever has been Records
known to Pocatello. Ida.. real- Panama air records were fly- If any difficulties attach to the time to time--generally abot Besides, Fortartw b ,fit.
for the past few years as Ing in all directions Saturday .:hnique of flying light planes the time most people wish they hat a chance to W AlM
WBtam Karkov. classified ad- night, but mainly dowir the run- from Tocumen on a clear night, were In bed. alen a red carplt rM .
ertling manager of the Idah way at Tocuen. Fortner encountered them ot. he landing Fortner described a6 when he wai .tn
State Journal for the last 18 For Instance, Larry Fortner of Nor did he encounter anything as much safer than a day It*t- ie photographed w ith t Ue-
months. He had been classified the Canal Zone, in his Globe else, such as a tree. Ing at the Marcus. Gelabert at.* tewamerieano.
advertising and promotion man- Swift, put In what lis believed to The full international-stand- port, Paltilla. the Swift's count
ager of the anta Rosa Calif. be the first-ever private light ard flare path he found to be as e of residence, owing to a FPew details are avalble s to
Press-tEomocrat from 1948 to plane night-flying practice from well suited to his personal plane tbeenae of danger from golf ba Iw this red e rpet omimpwed
1951. Tocumen, while Capt. James R. as to the DC-4's and Constella- lt askew, or golf clubs huri hirodynamlcally fther the
Dreyer "crapped out" early to- M'Cleaky brought P a n agra's tions whthk arrive there tfp rage. ft or the Intahflabfto.
day when FBI agents plucked northbound Interamericano in ervatt te firs .
him from a dice game at the from Lima in a record-breaking ut obervat afi' the fiMaO
Wagon Wheel, a Lake Tahoe age something over 300 mph for by any PahtagM t pI te-e -
house of chance about 50 miles'live hours, seven minutes. to av- day night esr&eotf t1 ealaet
Iothwest of Reno. the trip. a hi her rAte re l than e-
Most noticeable differences in of a it A tI
Brown said Dreyer confessed these performances is that Mc-
the Blackfoot holdup. explaining Cleskey's DC-6 can offer its pas-
he sted the bank robbery "to singers d-rints. in flight, while
get ouof debt." Fortner's Swift may not, but
Dreyer ssaf although he earn- Fortner can fl wRthout a tie.
ed $900 0 rmnth in his newspa- whereas McCletby may not.
per Job r had been camblng On bala ces therefore, they are
heargly various, Nevada cities about al ote tit evenings
In th Blic dfolt robbery. pleasures 4 perftrmances.
U'rown a;d Dreycr shoved a WIMeas 4%I L a-. men ..
blank ch:c- tcrrss a teller's reeol a eaky b.ke.isdefin- A it Ap.
counter with the pencilled maIs- tirte hirs. s s. ertner's other :ew t .
sage "'ill the sack." He then pro- record Is- gmt ut ms well doe- ractn "
duced a sack and a pe1smme.nteduae. ast Aso l happens no e eve
The teller filled the sack with one g aood Tauffa eam rnpeca
euarrency and the bank robber.. sueevent befortme, and that t A.
wearing darki glasses, Walked Out i s o M h to be eeugIa for all
of the bank and dltaloeared. b the almost sedul as ststati- aU^ .
Dreyer told agents he had lan, Cat was
wu .416 j nths in, OWliforIa's Fortner's flight, once he had
OW N tin .il t U S Prr 0L found his plane hiding like a -
Angales bmugl mars1 yets a- frightened chicken under the a se the-ob.'
hO e oa f4 and to tSe larger and experienced nirdght-qiI
her of twine, 2% years old. flying DC-6, was made possible
,_. through the courtesy of the To-
S cumew n control tower operatores -
who arranged br him to e se the Wah a O.O
r4f5runwy lights switched en for the a
lopSUIS fortCmw nation i ,fbt --
e s "His c o bab uy l f the nearest
g a ct thing to a ling sauer recently
seen over Panama, is a sleek bl
mechanismwartchWO ael re-a a to n P. or
WARINGrO ,ept. 28 (UP) is so neas to handle 1s It ght
Th Navy "osuegtod" fIt sky that he is of h al:a ma"1 to
'Was recutm "Supermen"tter ever to the DrivIn t -
the etto m the world's ,firstaInItow thtbutabe yiitat, t.e .
atuic-.u0W 'e dmrlne a-he has't seen the picture be-
Crew members are already be- _fore.
Ing secretly prepared with the There was n o for his ...'..
most thorough training in NaVal flight Saturday ng but the
h.isto. sky was clear exce for oca- .
-The N auu. Iwit mhhard eof sionl potchestOfcou.Er '
razge speeds @Md almost tide- Themeitm adw prey Eis. er In
%m underwater capability is the prheple that twos oser-
epeoted to be readyIn 1954. Hu- psayW,1but00oetheo
m endurance way be a crucial Be reports _thiat, .Q ete U"I"
factr hIn Its operations, 9uaccus tome darkness, the bits ve W O lU r
Commander David B. Bell. In and pieces of the t s "o.i-n- .
charge of the submarine officer od their st .-pats sy
placement. said volunteers froain @e appoin1 paths WA*RINGTON. Sept. x2 (IPr)al wt o this fa'.But Rep,
emuag the' Navy's 1,500 highlwithout difficlip) while (t e pfa r aWed 5 golu Ias a'o CaToam D- ), acting
alemted submarine officers are pllet continued to rmft in .there hy A qpben q chambc of the me-Senate
bef screened for "good rugged usual direction, Le. around -out to enter Aa to. Atomcs Com amid
,,,e-a ...t,, p l ....a Partner returned St hM WD M alL thia'sat one of the A -
e sid t4ey must b super. tf,,tner returned#. t 's u*in ions will be "great-
sea and under UNwater n-- there should-be MM of.0M will be explo -this fore."..
finite ly. i na pr vat. mp xtIn pilo in tests mdtct- oHe wld not confirm thAt I
have a certain smomt of night 4ving 1 gr. a .graves*r-a in the da-ry o the
S flying experience ansd where can has s e llcly world. -.
,: a Panamanian, or aiy sthmian t tha fb"Mb Will mbe ong
Sfor that matter, pick uap such ex the W me'uer devices" detonated Olmerem here feel eeW tRdadlo-Telephoanke)
perlence right now? he wa e..ag'. to west i iD Jovank
He doesn't want to set a rec- "have 't.he na 0n @ ;t Bros, abowe, wa
ord. He warnt to set a preceent SentJL .r i. Belde. Tu'."
So far as i nghtfight te Conn. Ct*irman of the st i Atemg 'the bride oft -
is concerned, a study of the -2Comwittm until b eAth in Slavci Tito. The 22-
scrap metal market locally re- July, me I his ISt p& Dimes- Wo. rmer Army'maj.r
w .t b lp -nsage a.4 J oon une t a e a e act became t
ITgenerally being assumed othatr h rat u 3a i ar-
the Swift remains about the -"w..-ia C
'W -.13 O_ I P --w" wnt as ever It did. Fortner li- wAfouro f = P Wor f a "
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yesterday it wBll siMl aDllet-
ments for the brW quarter of
next year in a r.oa that may
orewaot arut mak IWh I*Met-
Ing production to a dphee-for
5.000n00 units,
Ralph S. trlgEfdepu#y adwIn-
istritor cV the efeame fotuc-
tion Admtnlstration, mid only
three-fourths as much steel wJn
be allocated for the first tbne
months of 1953 as in the las
quarter of this year. He said the
cut was a result of the "greM"
low" of production during ste
long steel srtke.


While steel allotmaents we
cut, copper ad alsum
Ptea f civilian gs w:41
sea the flit garteq
im as tn the smefai tagfi

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