The Panama American

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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:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

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

Notes

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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:00232

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But It Never Seems to Get Any Further Than This!

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.P ..MONTH ,,o ,, 11, 7 2" F d c By Victor tesel eMN CVS
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FOp eil MONT'0 IN AOVAC tol, 24 00 ...
.o. o. .o~le IN ADV.N -.-- _- ,Federal agents now are seek-, C OI "TOv
it l n in. those men who were so
THIS 15 YOUR FORUM THE READERS ,WN COLUMN powerful they could force the
LU. S. Coast Guard to issue Port
..Sbcuritv Cards admitting noto-
rL IIIrious criminals and UIR leaders
f H Es f s ri k e a E 0 to the docks on whilth ey ter-
The Mail lo is an open forum tfor readers of The Panama Amer- hard working ldnphoremen and
Icon. Letters are received gratefullr and re handled in a wholly conti- landly pilfered millions of dol-
dential manner. lars worth of cargo annually.
If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't appear the Those sought aren't just the
next day. Letters are published m the order received Messrs. Big they are the ll
Please try to keep the letters limited to one tsge length Messrs. Collousal, with direct.
Identity at letter writer s held in strictest eenfidence. pipelines to powerful political
Tyis newspaper assumes no responsibility far statement as opinions f forces in WUhington. Powerful
expressed in letters from readers toughest divisions of the Treas-
S- o urly Dpt.
The, Coast Guard was not per- m
CHRISTMAS MAKING mltted to withhold cards from e.-p
Sir criminals. even those with long -
Have any of you tried to mail a letter lately? If you're one perisonal tords and notoretyng
of hundreds of suffering stamp-seekers, at the Ancon Post Office, for brutal beatings and k killing s.
you 'll know what I mean. The local AFL dock unions
Doesn't the postal system here recognize there is such a thing joined in this pressure on. the
as the Christmas rush? Coast Guard, with, among
Would it throw off their budget to hire two more men to help other maneuvers, a bitter fight t ..
sell stamps to the ever-increasing lines? against the rule requiring fi.
It often takes 30 minutes of standing in line to buy a sx- gerprinting of all men en f-
cent stamp. Is this fair to waste our time this way, just because Ing our sensitive security 3
some official is too lazy to hire more help? zones
One Who Wated. There were tards lasued to
.. ,- [men suspected of complicity In.
INFORMATION SOUGHT ON ZONIAN'S STATUS over 100 unsolved murders com- A
ON OUT-OF-STATE FEES AT LIS UNIVERSITIES mitted in the 20 years.
r Then were cards issued to
Dear Editor: .uch union leaders as the noW
I wonder if you, or some of the parents who have sent their lamenting Mik e Clemernte le
children to State Colleges and Universities since we Zonlans pay er of Local 856 of the Interna-
income tax could give me the data on "outside residents" tuition tional Longshoremen's M As -.
fees. who for too long has been taken -m.s
For example, what is the status of a child born on the Ca- only as a local gent, Actually he|
nal Zone and therefore a citizen of no State in the union. is concern to every big city. es
I recall that during the pros and cons of the income tax ques- pecially those with gambling
tion, this matter arose. Someone replied that such students, as casinos nrntly tucked away In
aSove, should be able to goto any school In the US without pay- the suburbs. .
ing out-of-State extra tuition fees. That we have no true repre- Clemente recently orodVed howl :?
s n.a:Ion here In Congress, etc. le we know by adding more
I his nest notoriety. The New
Also, does anyone know what the score is on outside residents York State Crime Commission
tulin tees on, say. a resident oi the Zone for 10 or more year .led that he ra t a m2500
(born in Georga but desires to attend the University of lblorida wedding for his cTrwughter in the
Are we still classed as residents of Georgia -edate Hotel Biltmore, which so
Thanks, "Short of Money." Saturdav footballta eevening.ns I r

W HAT DAY INVENTORY? bvya big stevedoring company.
.:.1 Box -Tcording to testimony before DOUGLAS. LARSEN
Stnrougnt all comamissatiis should b run on the same basis ile ,-w York State Crime Corn- I,
a..d ,iat eaployes should rie ,aven the same piivilegles tn ere. nvgcon-- ...
ie is it that all other commissaries i+th the exception ol This was only one chapter of'
one or two take lnventoLy on the lst tor December and ge Thurs- the real stor. Point is that WASHINGTON tNEA) Presaldentlct uns of crt san bo
day and Friday off. while one or two work Friday and get some Brother Clemente. as they say Eisenhower's sit to Korea has reopened t e sub- bombs have beenputn
other day in the month off. in the union ,hall, still owes the ject of the pos ble use of atomic weapons themr. so that they can be i rruldt U a at.
Can someone answer thisuestion? Do not the commissaries government a fine for a 1943 rap. For more than a year the Joint Chiea b taff These bombs re tite.
all run under the Panama Canal Company? He operated a still at 48 Lewis have had the subjects shetWed as tirn J fu Il- tical weapas w vert dove
A Commissary Employe. St.. in downtown Manhrttan dress, top-level study of the guestton ip co-ierg- with Amerian forces A
And t7.- gnetlexpan's bright ed. tra) in their hlatory, R
WHY NOT BUILD HOMES FOR RETIIED WORKERS? thought is that so long as he Now, however, there areeverul treaif wh tr use them. -
tas the Treasury and Justice previous decisions not to use the ~omb in -Korea Atomlo artillery couIld -1
La Boca, Canal Zone. Departments convinced he's are going to have to be reconsidered. open gaping hleg w.ene
Pia.rmu Ameifri can -- broke, he doesn't have to pay. In the first place, in BlEshower's talks with one concept. It w&- .
a er La Bo C.Z., d a v o his home i his wife's commanders in the Far East, a majoralternative through
tor to all other colored lodges operating 'thename. His in the technical for ending the war quickly which was t And whe
have been a member for 20 years and I am ashmte to note tIa- posie-.sln of another person. included the use of atomic the mo
for all these years nothings done to helptleastr the cn But Olemente couldn't conceal "ground offen i eobv ous.y. y.
of the e country. i e t his guests at the shindi. t" thatri f ia t fully." th be an lre .-.
pro mhoe m co ntryl eduh not-b.....ad--Anothartheoir

Bills ana daughters ever a top to think of the hard times ahead the brothers 'Ane ssia: a ld Lent of the n ied at thebpols lt
of 1tis Take a dollar from each mEmber that paraded the Sun- named Wille Cox, who once ordering ofthe us o n nclesar heaton Ai 1 o.
day-in August plus tne ar.ount that was received from the dance bit off a brother's ear -e andod enemy esoe.a answl.not
and a proper Loge Hall oIr temple could oe built. sorted colleagues from Las an a e
d l lte Veras. Hollyood. Miami and At the start of the war ie__n. s the best and red, tiwca. b. p en d-a ie -
eLuld homes [or our retired bills and daughters; .erect a Hot Spronp. The foys o li e probably the fnlyl at.ble weapon In the Therare ao -ideas 7
o o h r d rd r ebl n d o well, you know. No for ha st- u S. arsenal wasr the sntrla o h ncb. There we Tr nuclear we iTech
proper market under the Elk lodges name Vhere our sons and er aionu theo t te r stath i weaos Mn a estions and d- fe to ie i deide t
daughter could be employed. iidth narcotics tyc n u IJeU f rou a ng reious cndephooqeftoIeif....t-
If not build chalets or the members and after manyyears tucano. tycoonLu ansto drop the bomb n the bu and a or p a
of reMtal it is theirs. Luc'ino.rend it in arhurry."cwitheamjrhtn oreadOe .
Sta'But It wrs obvious to comsnders that one A-. Of coarse th e q also plentyof ob Jeons td
How many know of the net amount of these dances held or Now it happens that the bomb, or even a half-do.s, would probably not using tact aol bobr in1- _the
b of the Isthmus. We are having dances, dances, spree, Internato n a I Longshoreme's be a decisive stroke. Tbq ptaIns would e m e
bsoh.Hw swt ma Assn. leader. Joe Ryan. came due nthelbomb' effectiWns troops An a bi t hecloA e V e l
ree. How long are we to remain pleasure seekers? alongwith otr officials of as- there were no trte a t h s big fac- ty-
Just last week a dinner was held for our Dstrct Deputy a oc,ted AFL unions." o they toes or e duawothy of de-t ror et e .











t h a a e r?1?ths .v tr -*h Iwn Eo mlnt Whn o ni advanc thewonio n
charge of wga dollar a plate for what lust Ior this deputy to tell went to a arty. They say they vutatng force. nIlt Wpon produce .
.he had a good time He wouldn't tell us that all the lodges In -ouldn't know in advance who'd ioie of. toktbo s toJll-_g.M^
the tate have their own lode hal and temples. No. What be ibe the guest of their follow There s till nostrategc use for the "A-ob tlt o ld A
come of the proceeds from this dinner? We boast f belonging to unionist. But that's in treep Isa, p eo- srancu w ea orCha Ai hu S n u l a Ml
Justice. Unity. etc.. and all are paying rent. t Now these unionists, who've to AireB or hhinkin hropug. rap whn I B laftM
In coelusion let us StOTloapeinge and face facts. Hopingthat--ow-the s.e un i+r--o n istso've tAi e thin Tir
this column might be an Incentive to the brass of all lodges and contributed to the freedomof But the extensive development of tactical ly set back, It
tmisCours m iat e l Iner the b oall lOe have. are saying they can'trots atomic a weapons int the past two years is the big t If h sl true, it bolhlt w
temknlesl or haearersaying the rt ,, Ifae' or forcing a change in previous concepts Of que.ltioC
Cordially yours, h l a their story told. They're con- atomin warfare. in ISt *mcd'e iU"pO i t@ tak e a .B .
A Member in Good Staniding. acting -television program ro- An artilery piece which ca lob A-bemb more Ig the fllht n ore? O i
-Vd Jwl ducers. They want to get on Anath ier y m ie ito hey Ag a nl beAb b so tshti nKI'
ob Answer to Previous Puzzle guest panels to be interviewed. tt 20 mie it en r a een e t t
"sy19 stem tlo Ley $o d t totrolde that A-shells an be fired from the bigestar World War IU? -. -- '',,-
That It had super-powerful Do-

NHOZhONTALu558Affirmative liticalcot nectionA. ai "
0Jefferson --k vote All, right. Why don't the union "t- .--;...
h56 Canvas shell .leaders call in a ipblie group for e
is Missouris 57eSon of Seth a real investigation? Then let h
caital(Bib)them pledge emselves to fol-
.- pMisour is atri. low the reetreommendations of a'T h
westerns 5Gee (abk pric, ctizen's c pimittee or resign. "." g .
stat. 5ar 9 Greek portico This Isn't the time for public T he eo nd wl
M m bleating. ATHE BROADWAY LIGHTS. "An Evg Ii
Se eThe b'-edngs have gone on Sae~tnse ade et.tkinog SSwhe1 001 .Guhad Th. a
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38 Sacred song Augle" Pisano and "Legs" Dia- -
ElDed II IImond both deadly killers. 'Jey Suratin-time: oesephine-Eufl (one of fth Ale-
.-Sarden wanted in. He said. "No." There men's Darlings) arrived' i "WMAIstiWO l
S.,agade were no heroics, and Rose was ther,". a se 0 ey. She we eMbase s : ags
itching ts-a considerably frightened. u a t play was mbsimeni. lite W. T. s iN'e
I tt ... .. .there would bL no .be i lng, he AtM n. e td.: "W hat Mrs. MaU useds is a EI
de-'ied. There wasn- s.WrIl t s mlme ,T as ie Y...
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.. PARIS, Dec. 18 (UP)-Secre- Villa Hayes, drowned y t
S; i t tary of State Dean Achebon told when the launch Don Lul
foreignn Secretary Anthony Eden sized in the Paraguay River.
yesterdaysy the United States is Villa Hayes ia named in hBoa
favorite%, ta considering an approach of its or of the former Amerlcan Pfue
faBown to Iran in a bid to solve the ident Rutherford B. ,HayS, whl g -
Anglo-Iranian oil crisis, author- settled a boundary dispute bay
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a eIt Is located 15=20nr5r
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et' S minutes at the residence of
;ames Dunn. U. 8. ambasador to dealt with at once.
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th sat In.made It plain to dEn that
Nrue'OBe seOrig., "Informants said Acheson pre- United States now was
M q ..A .-.ented the Iranian situation as to try its own hand. regar les
t 0t )a eaday aftemookt t-.3 one of urgency. They said he of the British position, at aol
St C one Jwarned the British foreign se- Ing the problem.
S q i 1ene Boilety w t cretar that unless a solution is Nine days ago th U. .
th i of Carl Crt. ew fo und quicky. Iran ma fall in- Department announced
St w br Jsaow the ro some of th to omunist hands. any American oil com
nn e seth and trinket that U. sources said Acheson. re- which wanted to buy ol from
le ex.auatg tthe fous Do SURPRISE COTErT Five girls in iso dle of his "lame duck" the Iranians could do so at lt$
-say that f W ld culture. rhestatus I an outgoing cabinet Is own risk. It would lve to take
MI Cr of n yearr. t- itntereatig to note th :Reades, Mrs. Lyle Koepke, Mrs. H. M. Grant Probem which can and must be apartment added.
stl --was atall. ibner) selected them from among 60 girl srei whch can and must be partment added.
E 'd Quam hWhoo "el Vewn choCmn earlier In the day for being appropriately
1"ee'5U"U R -. eultur a b satelassroom. From left to right are Mercedes
flwtAther M culltures of r'UW" astacta l"McNatt, juniors; Virginia Dimnam,
tth Am a. e mch, freshman and Lorna Stone, senior.
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Safety Man Says

NEW YORK Dec. 16 UP)
- Psychological misfits a r e
menacing the nation's high-
ways, a safety expert said to-
day.
Dr. Herbert J. Stack, direc-
tor of the center for safety ed-
ucation at New York Universi-
ty, said a study of drivers who
repeatedly have violated laws
showed most of them suffered
from emotional disturbances,
rather than a lack of driving
skills.
Stack urged that dangerous
drivers be given psychological
treatment, as well as fines or
tail sentences. Some probably
should not be permitted to
dive at all, he said.


He recommended that every
state hire a psychologist to
direct studies and treatment of
constant offenders, who may
be running through stop sig-
nar; because they hate their jobs
or their mothers or bullied
the other kids on the block
when they were ch4iren.
The center, founded 14 years
ago and financed with grants
from the association of casual-
ty and surety companies, ar-
rived at Its conclusions by
studying results at experimen-
tal clinics in Michigan, Connec-
ticut, New York and New Jer-
sey.
Stack said most continuous
offenders suffered from faulty
social attitudes, emotional in-
stability, personality m a lad-
Justments or were poorly In-
formed about good driving
practices.
"The driver who tends to be
a bully in traffic, hogs the
road or jumps from lane to
lane in traffic probably was a
bully in his younger life,'
Stack said. "These social char-
acteristics tend to show up on
the road."


~by Willis 0. Lipscomb, vice
president in charge of system
traffic and sales; John Muhl-
feld, system general sales
manager and John W. Ogilvie.
United States sales manager
for PAA, all of New York.


Edwin Drescher. new Latin
American division manager,
addressed tine conference on
the division's plans for the
forthcoming year. Talks were
also made by Oliver J. Stude-
man, division operations man-
ager; S. Roger Wolin, public
relations manager; Milton L.
Patterson, traffic manager
and Charles E. Shoemaker,
service manager.
Mario J. Martinez. division
traffic and sales manager, was
general chairman of the ses-
ulons, assisted by Ernest L.
oss. sales and advertising
manager.


Truman Worked
Hardest When He
Was Artillery Lt.
WASHINGTON. Dec. 16 (UP'
-President Truman was Quoted
today as having the hardest
work of his le was duty as a
lieutenant tn the Fort 5ill. Okla..
artillery school in World War I.
Rep. Toby Morris (D-Okla.)
called on Mr. Truman to wish
him good luck after h.W leaves
office Jan. 20.
Morris was an engineer In Mr.
Truman's World War I division.
the 35th. but did not meet him
until after the war.
Morris said Mr. Truman told
him that he found the mathe-
matics and other subjects in the
artillery school made un the
"hardest task in his lif.?."


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Shipping & AirLine News

Jap Ship Transits New Jap Freighters
On Maiden Voyage Will Transport Immigrants
The Kokoh Maru arrived in To Brazil From Japan
the Canal yesterday from Ja- OSAKA, Japan, Dec. 16 (UP)
an on her maiden voyage to -The Osaka Shosen Kaisha
w York. Shipping Company will remo-
The 7.288-ton Jap ship car- del two freighters next spring
ries a crew of 54. Continental so It can transport some 3,000
Shipping Company are local Japanese emigrants to Brazil
agents. a year.
The company already has
PAA Latin American Division one ship ready for Brazilian
Maps 1953 Sales Campaign immigrants, and will earmark
The record travel year be- a second one, giving it four
tween the Americas in 1952- snips on the Japan-Brazil
and plans for handling even run.
more Western Hemisphe r e A company spokesman said
tourists in 1953 were the ma- the freighters to be remodeled
jor topics at the annual meet- will accommodate 500 passengers
ing of sales and advertising each. Another ship with space
officials of Pan American for 1,000 passengers will be set
World Airways Latin American aside for Brazilian Immigration.
Division held last week at Vne Osaka Shosen Kalsha recently
Allison Hotel in Miami Beach. huilt an 8.300-ton freighter
which will sail for Rio de Janel-
Officials from the PAA sys- ro Dec. 27 with 55 Japanese a-
tern offices in New York at- board. They are the first post-
tended the sessions, together war emigrants to Brazil.
with Wilbur L Morrison, vice During the past four years
resident In charge of "he some 300,00 Japanese have mov-
tsidn American Division, nd ed to Brazil, many of them to
iatin American Division, a work on coffee plantations.
jUvlsional department heads __________
based in Miami.
The visiting sales and adver-
,sing officials of PAA and as- scI M isf
soclate lines-from more than .a Ui
30 Latin American points- Menace Highways,
re,. eloem ed bh Morrison and


"I'm mad at him, mother! Tell him you'll an and
Make It Seen Iike I'm furious-but don't hang upl "/


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INCORPORATB s8 ROTAL CBIUU 1 .


Royal Mail Lines Lid
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
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TA"....... ............... Dee. 16th
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BERMUDA, CORUNA AND LA PALLICE
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You Sell 'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds!

I .eae out Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Strot Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


Lewis service
No 4 Tivoll Ave -Pnone 2-2291 and


orrth n ul Av Phone 2-044's
Fourth of 'uiv Ave-Phone 2-0441


Salon de Belheza Americano
No 55 West 12th Street


Carlton Drug Store
10.069 Mel6nder Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n


Propaganda, $.A.
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones "'H" Street corner 6itudiante St.
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-214 and 3-2708


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FOR SALE
Hoi--- -- brl 'e ,r
FOF. SALE Frigdre icr .
,c ti Cellnti conditon. $150
Phone Forr *C1 ortr. 718_3.
FOR IALE Dning chails, radio
o-,nna Chairj, rodio
reTOl di -r.r bed:. ,cebox. etc
Hou:e C7'i5-D, lD'llamson Place.
Balboa Telephone Balboa 23958
FOR SALE -Rttan peel livingroom
ler, couch and 2 arm chars igth
cushions) and other furniture. Can
be seen at 575 F Curundu Hgts.
Between 4 and 7 p m or call Cu-
rundu 140 some hour'
FOR SALE -Bargain price. 9 piece
dmingroom set, good condition, 3
1-4 bed with night table, neo
mahogan.,, reasonably priced No
27, 43rd Street. Tel. 3-4976.
S FOR SALE.-9 piece diningroom set
Good condition. Bargain price. 7Th
S nnd 8th MelEndez. Hou.e 7010.
Telephone 840-L.
FOR SALE: GE Console Radio-
S Phonograph. Excellent condition
Cost over $350. will sell for 5I- .
Telephone Panama 3-1909 e en-
ings.
FOR SALE -9 cu. it Westinghou.e
Refrigerator, 4 yr. old. Call 2-
3116.
?OR SALE -7 cu. tt Servel kero-
sene Refrigerator, 1 ir cld. Box
1785, Balboa
FOR SALE.-Baby carriage. Excellent
condition. $15.00. Call 3-0744.
FOR SALE.-Swedish modern living-
room furniture; Zenith Trans-
oceanic; Chinese desk and chair;
Royal Doulton China: r portable
Singer; screens, etc. Tel. Curun-
du 2243: 5-7 P. M
WANTED
Miscellaneous
WANTED:-Two bedroom furnished
apartment in Bella Vista. starting
January 1st. Phone Panama 3-
2009, after 5 p. m.
WANTED TO SELL.-13 carat Eme-
raid in antique gold setting. Hand
,cut 'bid gold etched chain and ruby
set -endont. Diamond and opal
ringS Pe r"- ring. Will sell or ex-
change for antique porcelain fig-
urines, Chinese, English or French
S China, old silver. Phone Balboa 2-
1749.


Help Wanted I
Experienced first-class cook wanted
for small family. Panamanian pre-
ferred. Must live in Write Mr.
'"X." American Embassy. State
qualifications.

PERSONALS


SORGE D. BARB,. JR., H. E.-Hu-
, man Engineering Swedish Chi-
ropraxis. Corrective Adjustment of
the Body Structure. No. 1, 7tlh
St., Telephone 2-3833. 6 a. m
to 8 p. m. By appointment.
Happy Dancing Feet for the Hol.days.
Merry Xmas and -A Happy New
Year. Harnett and Dunn.


Ethiopian Baffalion

h Korea Wins High

Praise From Paper


S. EW YORK. 16 IUSIS)-New1
Tork Herald-Tribune correspon-4
dent Homer Bigart reports that
U. N. Command officers considerI
'the Kagnew Elittallon of the
* "mpemdal Ethiopian expedition-
rty forces the beat of the
mailer national units fighting
Communist aggression In Korea.
In A dispatch published by
Sthe lw York paper. Bigart says
-that .4Ie Kagnew battalion has
sever- yielded a position or a
prisozyr and has suffered only
relatively light losses despite
three recent sharp encounters
Wlth the Communists. The cor-
: pondent says the Ethiopians
Ave up to their name of Kang-
ew, Which means "fix It."
S The.battallon commander. Col.
ALufaw Andarge, is quoted as
S yftn that his unit never re-
treats "as long as we have am-
Ifunition." Only the wounded,
according to the colonel, are al-
t lowed to leave their positions.
O. ur tpen." he added, "have or-
Ilers never to be taken orioner."


FOR SALE

FOR SAE.- 41 Buick Club Coupe.
Good condition. $200. Phone Pan-
ama 3-1894.
FOR BETTER USED CARS
SMOOT & PAREDES
Your Buick & Chevrolet Dealer
FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-oor
Sedan, Power Glide, excellent con-
dition. $1,700.00 Cristobal 3-
1411
FOR SALE.-1940 Ford Sedan 2-
door, body and motor good condi-
tion $250.00. House No. i54.B.
3rd Street. New Cristobal.
FOR BETTER USED CARS
SMOOT ( PAREDES
Your Buick & Chevrolet Dealer
FOR SALE:-1951 Ford convertible.
Good condition Many extras, very
reasonable. 0774, Williamson
Place. Balboa, phone 2-2686.


FOR SALE:-41 Chrysler in good
running condition. New tires. Seat
cushions. Duty free. First $300 00.
7019 Mr. Hope, phone 3-175-4.
FOR BETTER USED CARS
SMOOT fr PAREDES
Your Buick &r Chevrolet Dealer


FOR SALE.-'51 Chevrolet Bel A.r
completely rust proofed, less than
10.000 miles. See after 4.30 ai
Qrrs. 269-B, Albrook AFB. Phone
86-4292
FOR SALE.---Chevrolet" truck, steel
body. Bargain. "Los Colonenses"
Little Market. Telephone 332. Co-
lon.
FOR BETTER USED CARS
SMOOT &r PAREDES
Your Buick &r Chevrol* Dealer
FOR SALE: Cadillac 1952, Spoil
Coupe, radio, heater, showroom
condition, sensibly priced. Curun-
du. 2034-E. phone 83-7235, al-
ter 3 30.

WANTED
Automobiles
WANTED TO BUY:-1951 1952
automobiles from Conal ,pne e,.-
ploye. No dealers. No.. 46; 45tf
street upstairs. Tel. 3-22 e. .'
4~. -


Two Congressmen
Arrive Here ,
Aboard SS Panama
U.S. Representatives Errett P.
Scrziver. of Kansas, and Frank
E. Smith, of Mississippi and
their wives were among the pas-
sengers disembarking from the
8 Panama yesterday morning
on its arrival from Ntw York.
They will spend the next four
days here and return on the
same ship.


MISCELLANEOUS


De yeu have a during pr obMesl
Write Al ielles Amonvemons. e
Z031 'Ance. C. Z *
GRAND XMAS SALE: All at bar-
gain prices. Fresh stocks PhiHppine
Ratten and mahogany lumrniture.
Larger essatment Chiners enivel-
ties ete. W. T. LUM. 61. 4th of
July Ave. Tel. 2-2446.
Dr. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudlonte Street No. 140. Between
"K" and "J" street.. Phone 2-
3479. Paonoma.
BOXERChampion at Stud IDog Hos-
ptali. Via Porras-No.42. Tel. 3-
2113


SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
one way $85, round trip $135 (15
day-limit), $165, good one' year;
to LOS ANGELES, one way, $149.
15, round trip $252 35. 90 day-
limit). Panama Dispatch Service op-
posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
2-1655.


CHRISTMAS Trees, Ornaments,
Lights. Lowest prices in town. Cia.
El Aguilo, S. A. "M" Street.


DOG CLINIC HOSPITAL, Dr. E. A.
Perez. Veterinary Surgeon. Via
Porras No 42. Tel. 3-2113.


RESORTS


Gromlich Santo Clara beach-
cottagesu. Electric Ice boxes, ge a
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gamboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.
Furnished houses On Beach at Santa
Clara. Phone Shrapnel, Balboa
1389. or see Caretaker there.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
only court in Santa Clara with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3 1877, Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 balboa.
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cottages.
2 bedrooms, refrigeration. Rock-
gas rangers, Balboa 2-3050.

FOR RENT

FOR RENt-Furnished house, 2 bed-
rooms, living-diningroom, kitchen,
maid's room, garage. Via Espafao
f.nol, white house besjda Radio
Miromar.,

FOR RENT
Aportment


The management of the ARRAIZO- ALHAMIRA APARTMENTS
NA Bar and Restaurant is pleased Two and five room wfurnihed an
to announce that through the de- unfurnished apoartmene; private en-
mand of our large clientele we closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
will offer day and night service. New Cristobal. Telepogne Colon
beginning December 22nd, 86
S- a 386-


ORK SALE
Miuellaaneons


FOR SALE:--German Shepherd Pu
office Tel. 3-0879 Panama. F
sidence Parquge Lefevre, colle
No. 16.


Re- I


FOR SALE: Washing machine,I
wardrobe, piano, radio. Beigrave.
Parque Lefevre Ave., No. 1. House
23 downstairs.
FOR SALE: Piano upright grand
le*cellent condition) Magic Chef
gas stove, refrigerator Coldspot,
Sears kerosene range, girl's bi-
cycle, youth's bed, stroller, baby
rib Phone 916, Colon.
FOR SALE:-Overcoot. Camel hair.
Man's size 44, $35,00. House
1542-B. Balboa. After 4-00 p. m.
FOR SALE:-Used tires and .tubes,
all sizes, 15th, East Street oppo-
site Villanuevo y Teje.ro. Tel. 2-
1444.
FOR SALE:-8 mm Camera-Projector
and Screen Kodak. $125. Golf
Clubs 10 irons, 4 woods, bag,
shoes 9 1-2 D and 74 balls, $100.
522-B Curundu Heights 83-3183.
FOR SALE:-Lincoln electric welding
machine 200 omps. Gasoline driv-
en. Mounted on trailer. Phone Bal-
boa 1805.


Scrivner is a Republican mem-
ber of the House from the Sec-
ond District. He is a member of
tie Appropriations Committee
and has served in Cdngress since
1943.
Smith is a Democrat from the
Third Mississippi District. He
war elected to Congress In 1950
and serves on the Public Works
Committee.


76%


OF ALL


PORTABLE


TYPEWRITERS

Sold in Panama and
the Canal Zone in the
first 6 months of this
year were

g^ ^tecilo '


i l' Beaue SMITH-CORONA is prefer. -
red by three times as many people
as U other makes romined, because
Of es beauty. idepMbility. and
as ase n eaut o fofe
cariabl m e typwmtler eam
&U- f A N S 11 POB A DSUONWrBATION:


KEYS 1
er year tust.ion visft *1 16, EEC.

r 2k 2-U lNo.EMThall Avemne


TITLED QUEEN-Marlie a
Gessler. Polls -born Flori da
State University Student, is fast
forgetting her memories of a
Nazi children's camp, as she
makes a new life in America.j
Marlies was recently cho ti
university's Homecoming Quen
for 1952, and also won the title
of "Sweetheart of Sigma CW,"
of the local chapter at the fra.
eternity, for which she received
the trophy she is holding.


- -


FOR RENT:-Aportment in El Can-
grejo. with all modern convenien-
ces, three bedrooms, maid room,
garage, three bathrooms. Phone 2-
1456.


SFOR SALE
Real E tate


I''


FOR SALE:--Concrete cottage, gar-
age and shop, furnished, sleeping
space for six people, kerosene re-
frigerator. Deep well, two steel
towers and tanks. Mower and tools.
Meters of land all fenced ir. $4.,-
500.00 terms to suit purchaser:
Apply R,-E. .HAoins, Box,
con or phone BAboa 196 ..""0
FOR SALE: Two waodenAhtus. ,
where they are and how they are:
To be dismounted in 30"days. Apply
Endara Hermanos S. A. Via Es-
paia Final. Near the Estaclon Ser-
vicio Los Angeles. by Juqn'Fron-
co. Phone 3-1137, Panama,


Washington Wow

Show Foreign OIs

American Homdle


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PROFESS QNAL


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SNOWCEM'
Decorative and da able
wIatFerepms eotiaRs.
Ask for eaeo ltve .pider.
and coW. c t .. ,
GEO. F. NOVEY, (NC
273eOta Avee.
Tel. 3414 .


Shipping, mpvliig. ato'"p.
We paok ndl orate or move
anything. -Phone 2.2461,
-242S62. PInams L


SOw. A L a & OK-LLAC
SIPsI ner Grduateiqi
rITp HOURS!
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0


Hoseold Excnge
DEALERS IN NEW .AND
siaCn inian'riTC* '


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wubA ac. a.


WAHINTON.Dec.16 (UI) POW T
-Some 200 Washington rbaa -' v r T
housewives are assistin ter e r -t oi 7,
Washilgton Center's cal tln, (Conte Pa
make every day United Nations prisoners w*E- Urad l -.thti
Day." -- first Koje flatiw "' Feb. _[.,
She campaign seeks to feater A spoketii thefeW
better understanding between commarjL S-- 4asxm"
.Americans and visitors fWrm guards t
other countries or. ders were t
The Washington Center series ahots were A ca toif Wair. "to
as liaison between the AMnctepn keep prisoner -MtW advancing
home and leaders 1nl anpa s ,t3 and breaking out all over the
frum abroad who are V he place."
United states und f a
Point Four, the Mutual The prsoer were watingl a
Assistance ProRram, the i Ow wgamp of .tentional Iar-
the State Department. .. iae ..j. imn ntt l said,
The program. similm. to -tteadIt e of fana-
in many other iUn itW m .wal
ties. works this way. e were
The housewife voluntarily e going
tacts the Center and itni.t*- ,$ -
eipn guests to dinner .f 'her AlleA" .bad been
home. The center relays .the l aMt& Com-.
vltation to foreign vilito t the na mass
city. i d _
The program giver ft.ently
Li opportunity to out ig t.t-
friends and to sep eat of war
home life for themselves. camp. ntly foil-
As an example. one WVa" d.
uor,couple recently InvInted. .. *"u-t
viS.tinR members of the At units
ese Diet to their bone f bvthe
ner North
, In order to give he. ed the
opportunity to see s
American woman do l oJ fthe
uine the Amerwicanr tly on
ivwited them to B& .
to the store. They v
ed the invitation. .v-
At the grocery, tIJC
showed them the W)
self service stores

'Lov rs' Icp
On Sosa HiuIh
Closed To
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9rsan b btl has
traftic eyeet terage


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1O QllCooper: A gift of loZ-
l. .e Pamela M"-.

r. B Durbin: A comeback
~~4 .uI*$ ,^ aav COWt: A uat
1".WIthai heads
T and tree aaber for targets a
,, -ois*uI .Gabor: A miniature
t. 41& v with head J of
emo meet rad lvet for targets and
SSuipply of bullets.
thrownits'a COPY
l' 4"a above jparapa t to, a t ESTEER
S 's'd At teve.-.m"ovIe woi4tcer -
s H a J ood t- lp a laE r A big clb'
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em .JN&em fn- e ml *, f
aWCdeadpan.- bctin.: AnoBear n
s n n r. ihe tears your
Wha.tthaet i "eha di'Aove-red hai to es .pces and then puts
SStit tepihtr-witb laughs.
abou t ow t ~o Duc.. e Iellj b:e w4i Bigger ln d
Si : A bet ..
es.p he 4 "Thte Adv&turea
of have beena tQo 10ere lownA: A gift order
otull la f w- obe
Aw : ,8 4r -movie L.x Barker: Jn ato e to chop 1
l ke 'u a M o but front dost hia s T _t hiee and a
'ia pea-d i little chance at fufl-, hed swas-ur
3.. tmdE f tte it rch, Orkoleg h.
ad nIngrid Ber gmpo: Another :
6440 twsahee n d.o -
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eea eTabb ty lAron ilyn Iath u "A n les .e
y- o sarda er. "mea BB from tho: A n 4featlovie Ta
ra o r eke he's due frol those mha8 hg-blope
V. Q542 a .p.ted head. ou -
*7 1 I ftrk Sbtoeatra: Six Weay 1e- Lewisat' A troung heart
414 SUM8n In. "HOqw to Duck."' m, he'U be with s..fora lon Ar
n ) ) Mr!
Roaemary Clooney: Any song fro
J2 R : A TV format she wants to sIng,. t
Sthabot wou m broadcast Talulah Banded: A mb
-West uL friat a --i home. Maybe that a book of ituet oa
S Tta. howtoh: fobas serMithum TheReve-
S e" Ih st l woI'd tlde okm.over unol he's to e
SPaM reteved of-.all that mental A n Oboler, who produced
3 Pass and phqsal* strain. "Bwana Devil": A atory the
Pao fPon A reconcilla- next.- time he makes a: three-
fe wt r MOM studio irnentilnal movie. A fats plot
"easdB. Ba ...' lent's been-o is still a flat plot even when
Sthee screen S., long. seep through Polaroid Ela es.
Terry Mor:: A big fat year ale Storm and Cha
you'e nt fami- of- stardom, ,OIe Back, it- ez.* Oi: A feature movie bas-'
pud St, i shereu
p=0coit.e here tip Sho.n- she ed o their character in TV's
a i- for is .e.' A udlee- : "MT Little Margie."
h ee 1 mistletoe ad under all Matre A round of par
./ year-f B t4 re. e0 more important to m
0phfts io Oach Joa0, CrafoG: I No Sudde tbap an Oscar.
Sthe nt ear t TV series. Se'd hn Wayzk: Another west-
fdi your partner be great on -home screens. .. .ert as good as "Stage Coach."
_-polts Sto msake Rit R orth' A Job aA .RN bert Mitchum: The Rever-
i lmplo.- ._f-all =onsUltAt'.Wheh AtudW6s hVe ea d Davidsa6n role in the re.
Sd sam "-- /.Utle froub "*the knows how mtake of "Rain."
geth R th ,at out 41 a .,te i-eA: A national law prohlb-
o 5pei, n.. ac. bid .... Ido ~iah Prince Aly %t* thie sale of popcorn and
eh lug _010 .etnsy at oiovi6 theaters.




'Ail Thursday!

We proudly present the
.regular release of the
outstanding
J IFFRENCH PICTURE I

I P=Z18 for' the Wliners of 6"LA
$129 V Vo R -.ESTfAITE,

d-Also:- '
JA CKPT: St ,Fray!

Three Races:
$50.00 IN' CASI! ,

,Table Lamp (from Rattan) In
W 0' 1,rker 51 Set : venr watdlo of the
lve, of Kitchen Utensils Seven De .--yil
e .rlmn & Spanish SOaps
nts'..-(Vicar)
1Desk Lamp (RodelaY
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Rkit' pramentatistote Vols Of
ie Turtlie" at the DiMblo
heater. .

a Bbco Chorus
o Be Heard
unday At YMCA
The La Boca mixed chorus,
der the direction of as. Emi-
Butcher, will be heard at the
Iboa YMCA-USO Sunday af-
noon at 4:30 during a trai-
nal hanging oa the green"
vice.
T'he chorus will be acompan-
,by MisWas Wlma Rutcher who
o will Tender a cello solo. ,
Navy Chaplain David Bharp,
my Chaplain Wllam Reiu.
s. Abbie Linares and a-group
.m the Girls .Service Organiza-
n also will appear on the pro-
,m.


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The ife way to make
clodoe whiter and
brighter -use this blue
la the test rinse


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Fragrances




famous for its
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dow -frnta 992,
spiced with ex*
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62 Justo Arosemena Ave. 8 Tivoli Ave.
JUST UNPACKED
COTTON DRESSES
from 9.95
FINE COTTON
LOVELY DRESSES
Cocktail Evening
SHOES in beautiful styles
and colors.


. IT'S SHOWTIME TONIGHT


Panama


Canal


l/eaters -


B A L B 0 A Robert CUMINMGOS g Barbara ALZ
a ,-co Ned "THE FIRST TIME"
MIS5 A a,"Wedneadej "KANGABOO"
DIABLO HTS. Motion Pictures Canceled!
C 0 C 0 L I Dale ROBERTSON Joanne DRU
:. :i. "RETURN OF THE TEXAN"
WedneMday "The Girl From JeaIq Weath"
iEDRO MIGUEL David WAYNE 0 Jean PETERS
1ss" "Wait 'Till the Sun Shines Nellie"
G A MB 0 WA n l
7: N Marlene Diftrich 0 Arthur KENNEDY
7 : "Rancho Notorious" Technicolor
SG AT U N Charles McGRAW e Mari WINDSOR
_. "NARROW MARGIN'

MARGARITA Joa^ DAVE.S. PeA1CASTLE
6:15 & U "HAREM GIRL
Weddnemay NARROWW MARGIN"


CRISTOBAL


Marilyn MONROE e Richard WIDMAR
"DON'T BOTHER TO KNOCK"
Wedtseaty "'TEEr TOWN"


PANAMA- Wr5

THEATRES

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.A ViSTA 3:00, 4:40, 6:50, 9 :* Latin Da!
A Strong And Realistic Drama!
Fanny Navarreo Mecha Ortiz

Tita MereHo, In
_DESH_0_NRA


.LUX THEATRE
VIE SWEEPSTAKES"
Wf VALUABLE GITSI
fmal Punustatmo of
world's Champio s "v.V,
On the Sceen:m

"ZADY IY THE
lIoN MASK"
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TROPICAL
Robert Mitchum, in
BLOOD ON THE
MOON


Randolph Scott, in
THE LAST OF THE
MOHICANS

-- TODAY!


GREAT CONCERT by MAESTRO
JOSE ITURBI
In Person at 9:00 pm.
N EW DRIVE-IN
ATTRACTION DIE
LAUGH AND LOVE HIT...!
j i PERRER Kim HUNTER
In-- i
.... '"ANYTHING CAN HAPPEN"


VICTOR HUGO's Immortal Classic!
p "LES MISERABLES"
with MIchael mole *Debra Paget
Also: -
A DmonMrous InvitaUon to Lovel
DON'T BOTHER TO KNOOK"
wvmth Mcsna widmaark Marum.imnx e

E CA NTO CA PIT
At :0 dp.. WAHOOI $100.00 at
lulmN ie Primes! $100.00 at
Warren Do
Johnny Weissmuller, In "SECRETS 0
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I' ns Fnror Cnfn Pannnmn Oden0i


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PAA, Ho.te, Civa, Esso, Pro Loop's b

T1opidurna All Pitching h 'On Tap At S um

Steps to make the coming $5,000 Panama Open L t ea g e
Go;l' Chamrpl):onship bi-gest attraction ever locally P acifi Li ttl '""
mon cd right along today with the announcement- T i C L S W ',
that sponsorships had been assured for the top visit-W fT A'M-0 9"n Tlt
ing professionanlsand for the many amateur prizes. 'rai I0 Ni w tS Baombers U). ".. 9--
Pan American Airn ays will supply all the silver- a k earones (SC) .. 1 I .
ware for the low scoring amateurs and El Panama Last night at the Pacific U ittBl rde Wed (. Bluebirds (N ..
Hotel will put up a special trophy for the pros. LeaguIe anu~a draft meeting ai with the ... '
of t Me U8 hew players who par- quested to: ro- TONIGH .I.
Th, h.,ll nIntuint h.. al- An-utd Mathovle Auto Service. tici patd le n recent tryq ts ra ttL J. Ba .
so -.icia o l.' .aru 1 to pt up Pirn Di.-. Br.tniff were elected by the league's C-4orlgJai- C,'ta StadiuM (r ,_ ..-.
the '.aata- pvr i en or ear'.e L.ack Hattler, Civa, Autonmo- managers and placed on the va- aortnobbv-
dur.n thli, ;ray lure and the bil Ro.' .' rious wam rosters. to r Borun "R'i"
tourn' committee is plated over Bll Schmitt Balboa Chase SOtt, Le birdq (mef *- .
the virrerl i oopciatinn of all Bank ,pring training for the Pacific linger, JJo TrO-W- B !rownl hn Art l ts)' ."s a,
Panam. utSiesmncr iIn th l Clinck Howell. Panama Dis- Attle League teams will get n- ble, Roy Bettis. 'h l. thPtrk). .. ..t.'
Panama Colf Club' promotion p.,eli. Tavoli Ave. "dr way.tomorrow when three B llBowder, Bnt p. .
of the big sln'. lated fot Jan Pill Byrd. Par.nar. O the six teams will hold work- Cros s, Brucp olJa. Iyr -r1e anoa
15-18 Red Smith Persons Travel Bu- Uoa at the Balboa Heghts Rail- Blystone andtl Uth Harvey. b-l4 League. fill I
rto pro r'eturnine champi n C.I. road Station baseball field. tttnbill of the
Roiri,:, ,1 'k i n I i "1 C ,, ilo Porras. Porras' Jewel- FIREMEN: Mgr. FVed Huddlwe 8X t satiI at the Pa -..
bro' it bri't Lov Liw' .' ri- r, Sio.A The Firemen's squa will re- stap, Phone Bal &7at Firt ttheeather i
garc anddih\ .' hI' cloed-- I ionrl Moses. of Maduro, Mos- 'port to Manager Fred Huddle- twice at the BalioHeights t game i sohea
rnt in er hve to smoke their P A: Pr'n iin tr r, ston at 315 p.m. The Police road Statioa fiel- at 3:1;i.t ttde wa at6 .m.w e
ldr:- ... .... -. squad under Manager Bill Bleak- Wednesda with e fo taking on he
brn(n.d l ip. f the plane. leyp.lll start their Session at 3.30 p aiera to repo: Fredldilh- Il rft' time. 111i
er fame I. boen-'- brouh't by -.-- 'l-.m. and at 4:00 p.m. the Elks, dieston, John Chase,.~D 'l.'toe the ma
Cir- S.A. tbh Codallac-PontflCe 1952-champions, with Manager eal. Don Tery, Fraik 'u keep the _1 ae
Cl I al. o prode a Jimmie DesLondes and Coach send, Ted Webb. James w ith their th
cpar n for t' lirco lor-be aer I- Eddie Kunke, will start the ball 9 raetardN Mro, Thomlas Colle Stel
car for their cn a r rolling in defense of their true. anklin rt, Leonard ra 4. w og wloo5

Chick H frbrt. Jnng driver. : I- Lcn Lf M a ) man, Gene Fraunheim, S teuhen r et-uhetftmlso be rla IIi
IChhk Hn irr o n lbe.derther "Lncoln Life Manager PU) Beaudy,_t,-f, taturo,..1V W
onnthr~nr.hu -.f .n be osile d all t Mohl has called a practice me aid Pe arL C lrt Paetr.F rank asikes and thE
oe',l .tlnw-,1 nrt" ,ifer bH mbrsQ slownfor Thursday to be held on- n wart ey line, John C. so be 1.
Ctire in'i- pl I 1 Vi. too. 'the Pedro MigRWeI diamond at Pearson, ao, WIlber, .Apieh obrsttild adidts..-
Ih the llcir11vAeillU -sv i 4:00 p.m. and in case of rain the Gorham; W. ioatwrl .Ptfick .and
,.,: 'bl '. hhe ste o i USKY -- ix-foot seven-B inch workout will be heldqn Friday, k St e k 6 Hall,' & he.p
1t1- orn' l t it H s t hCenter Bob Houbregs is one big :Bil Hr
a, i l etsd Af "trll" ,., i: 1... "ct- Bi _lI.".. F
wea rne -d hbt TII odri Arc reason why Washington fig- Sears with Manage Jack Wat-
Ie Pvrne will hit his woods for .ureA to cop the northern dirt- son and Coach. Bll Zemer ill LINC N LIFE: M. Paul -Nfpi ll-Nn '
re' -C Tl c ,:sion of the Pacific Coast Con- hold their nitia-pratice on rl- Moh Phn Bal: 2389 Firsththe
.--armed b iy n mv BaNih he ference basketball champion- day at the Balboa Heights Ral- practice. AL. t9 o Migttel bal w'althe
b -rthent by Spclin.wom a tshlidn a breeze and rank high road Stationf .if eli startling atar8 on Turda at 4,-80 'p-.m. / 'nto"
S- r fnr .nlnn, Palmer. atioal polls. (NEA 4:00 p.m. Th.- AFGE temn under and n-cAteof e.rain pre;ticee I I
: -a. r f,. rmn.. Ced .fnnaorl' Manager Joe Cieero SaM Coach- be hold a Friday at dam atS pr
her a n nfer n b'e -- L i Dee Hetheelman start spring -and place. The.following avers Or ..t'W l.t Sl;
h,- t ing t cn t 1n r L ntsh Lek. straining on Saturday morning at are to report Conklfn,V D1- first -1 -
th,-," r- "rl b bm t v In-iterla hJ V the Balbo4 Heights Railroad boW ?in J.E R. we
tn pro ,-' ,, sa .. "o Station field at 9:00 a.. 1,ats, 0. lirff. R. A. :'The uW moe over to Lp
Bred usearlyor the Prich f,0 tadr Ja nt ountnH qr nig. tq
.seltine tickets at 13 go ad for ti" w r Belsow are l Wsted te.tea rom- Jay h p \ nt he .p KHTday ti
entire t ror ar R's sco[ re fn ers, practice dates and names of Je p EnS'Albl o me. tr o f. h knc
the am's von ca n t m freom r,-end as 1 3and t aes f JaO. r h A B le. managers and coach alon I le
lDiner ADtomobile Row.cias. D 1 with their telephone umbers. Crook e ie ck, bollin r ow.M
Opens T IIf ELKS: Mgr. Jame -Doandes. Iriganbeqt CQrriga".. '. .-,
Phone Bal. 2417; Coach Uddle Deat.t, Denton, "'
--mB u ao Kunkel. First practice a.t*lboa von -'"on, 'a Jt SH
m by aug an gs. The Interscholastic basket- Heigts Railroad Station field on to Re boVnn, $I ', oT I
(SEABughepangs.ball story opens tonight at the Wednesday at 4:00 p.m. with the ChAr_. R y, am Berbb
(NEA Telephoto) Balboa Hige sbooI gymasis following players request to and -T. our. r.
SerON SHO' Piesident-elect urn. Game time, 7:00. he report: Bobble Adams, carry ., 6 .-
S Cleats ADiht ienhower takes a opening chapter will find the' Corrtga., Dan DesLdadeS,. Billi AS .eoIt
n at Kanooho golf edurse Green.Wavc of the Canal Zas Hele, John Lewis, Bill ot er, Phon
in Honolulu. Hawaii. He stop- Junior College tanglin with John llley, Doug Pajak. A .ne D
16 Years On Grid ped of f for a few days on t the Red Whte of albo Thompson,Char
way home from h1s tour of Ko- High Saool. Daisea, Victo Vart,.
rean battlefronts. The CZJC-REuSd hus awqrp Cambs, David Browne. 4. -
freshman-turnet-s#bonidt i Vore, Jack item, DloluR -T
Vet.rn 1m ya Bau o te UIalre dteas B a0ls o by Freddiee Alegau, who Fred Hunter, TomyfOrrn.hes ues
ped ut a hic successor--;th for points.
Eddie Learon-stepped in w,,mi o the other hand. u11 bKhs rach and James Biadley. John 1 D.m
Lebn a heRHopasedsks b- speed to hL-Q on the courts. H POLICE: M r. Bill m al, s -
'Philadelphia 27-21 at Washing- the combination of Ray Nick- Phone Hal 2470 Copch H' derp
ton. LeBaron h -ssed for two Chilean jockey Jorge Contre- Isher to im1PIe May Eau per- Dempsey. rst o practV .
touchdowns and scored a third ras, well known to Juan Franco form o tilhe basketball floor as BalbOalHeihts Railroad a a hidO c
as the 'SkiN prevented Phila. fans, yesterday came to life at it did on the footballfield, the
delphia from tying Cleveland for Tropical Park in florida when Junior Ceflege boyl must get
the Ameran Conference title, he booted home his first winner set for a full evening.
Baugh, retiring alter 16 years in three weeks to the tune of a
In pro football, saw action only 12.980 win payoff. *
on the first three plays and con- Gaby H. won the second race .io c ..OS Lasares
version attempts. Philadelphia of the event and formed the :a".- -
scored early m the first period closing hallf $ola 776 daily donu- 5Ui O Hono A;,
on Bobby Thomason's 19-yard ble. The winner returned 56..l e i r r da"lddu OIantw m- -o,
pass to Petc Pihos. LeBaron to nlace and 523.4n to show. "NA
promptly passed 23 yards to The time or the six-furlong I ."hAim
Gene Brito for a Redskin score. race fos to, r-year-olds;and.up GFarew iITA BOWvi nerensen "1 hin.
Both teams scored In the second was 1:13 ?-5. The purse *2,0" LEAURITA 01"OW "- l n. 1 8 27
period. Phil.delphia on a; short and the claiming pricq 52.50. Plo de lo, Casares, moving Handicap Cleveln
plunge by Al Pollard and Wash. Contreras had ridden 74 win- spirit behind last season's swift PThe Elks continued to close
ngton on Johnny Williams 38- ners in New England before go- resurgence of- qiotorcycle racing the gap between firtand od Tots New YToti
yard run back of an interception. Ing to Florida.as a bigtlme sport in Panama, place last Thursday lz as --'' Oh'go ;L
Philadelphia went ahead 21-14 -- and -a leading amateur horse- they outbowled the Ac and .
with five minutes to plav when MAKES MOST OF IT ma n -Wea .-guest of honor last came out on top o aJ-. p -- Grie. 1. -419
tackle Mike Jarmoluk intercept- night t a .areweli dinner given slon. They won two -d R. --ro- ..
ed a pass and ran 28 yards. Miami. Fla.--NEA, Fresh- hirg bl the.Panpan Motorcy- toatl pifal, while. one L .g 70 Dot .
Washington roared tack to scoreI man Fullback Al Ciarrochu of cling Commisston at El Rancgo. a oL7o
on LeBaronr.'. 16-yard pass to Miami lugged the ball only three He is tbelqg-trarnsferred to Ma- r Crstobal G .M. Bran
ourh Taylor and LeBaron's one- times against -Stetson this past bnaguz,,Nicarasua, where he witll has beten innu-ltM Bi.3XD a, '46256 8a
foot plunge with 18 seconds to season, vet scored two touch- be charge d'uaires at the Spa-for the major aart .f -'"
Splay. downs sh bounced mck l totals.. 2147 -
TputesZanih dip two games ind tdtal -.
mat's work 14 reatstItattng tbi 450oP m: one 5N
exuberant good health were paid with the Coco :star 457
by comislsn lo president David being dumped' into I spot 17 515
C. Robles1 who presided at the last week. I' 1a 5t6
dinner, Abdiel leasa, president Gatun Electric anA f48
of the Panih. Motorcycling Strike con-nued, to.i 4
a m 1 Club, Itay ,a,. president of tie for the number i1 ="',
5 lE the CanaliZne.translsthmian winning two gam"S. --* *ag1
Riders Association, .and Capt. pins from their -_a the -',
Jorge C. I-k]sAn, commander of evening, Post o see :ao*-r
Panama's mqtorcydifng police. Solo Navy. l.s171 486
WANTS Capt. Hastn referred espec- High individual, "12 428.
laily to the Way in which 'de los for the night for t11 453
Casares' safe and careful snper- es were: serle-178 5
vision of all a qocts of motor- Spinney-537; Clii. 111R'-
IEWEI YV cycle racing had-converted the Woodcock :'- --
Pb VI LIR I motorcycl' police from their ear- dith Brown c-3 '9'Mr
ly viewpoint that it was a some- A: Dave Guod-. -
what harebrained sport to an at- Dick Cullen-
titude of enthusiastic approval. dith Brown-
On behalf of his organization ,-- ,c'4
MMagan presented De los Casares Team [ 488
You can spend $2.- for with a briefcase.. Aces ...... 18"- 4.51
CElks ..t ....a. .IS 2
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$200 for the 18 K. In Heavy Fog Lucky Strie......
Solid Gold Jewelry NEW YORK. Dee. 1A (N A)'- POot -e ...
Frarncls Otrimet tells the storr'of H. Colbert TCGCO)-.:P
she dreams about.., a game-of golf he had with John R. Sanker tCOCS-.SyO
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could scarcely see each ether. D. Anderson (Aces?
Finding the ball became ap im- C, ,.ulos (Elks) .
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Rarin' To Go .

WASHINGTON. Dec 16 UP "Let th P people know the truth and the country'is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
- Republican, in LCongrer-'. arc el "'
drafting plan.', for a dozeninci-- '' .. .
vestigations to ack up their TWENTY-EIGHIll YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., T.ESDAY, DE MBR 16, 195
Lampalign hnige., that cum- D 1'
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gsathew20,000 mph USAF Foreseen
t 11(3, r,,ct tn obe read., ttu Matt
firing queslonS at a host of
wine ses as .snon as the new .
GOP-controlled Congress meets
veb naitin'1:By Air Secretary Finletter
Jan 3 .
They have been waiting yearbl
obr the opportunity.
Republican p arty leaders
have promised they will leave .
no stone unturned that might
conceal a scandal or faul in I NEW YORK, Dec. 16 iUPI der its present restrictions In Painting a graphic picture of ready generates the owir of
recent Democratic adminis- Engines that can propel Korea, can not bring victory the destructive power of the live l eoanerties.t. e sa .
tratlons. rockets through the universe by g.self or even tilt the bal- atom bomb, Finletter said sto- The next step ts the ram jet
Alleged Comniinlst Intllra- at speeds up to 20,000 miles an ance so long as United Nations mic power must be controlled "definitely in o g a prlpmm 01
ion of government and private hour will be developed in the ground troops do not equal the by effective and enforceable the hear future," Finlttsr wsa.l
31ganizatlons is certain to get foreseeable future, Air Force nuriber of Communist soldiers. means, as President Truman This sample engine, wfhAh ppw-
much attention from the new secretary Thomas K. Finletter He stressed, however, that he proposed to the United Nations ered Germany's V-.lbi b ltombi,
Congress. predict'l here. approves of the limitations put In 1950. wo ony at speeds a ove 00
The Senate Internal Security Finletter said such rockets on the Air Force In Korea. "But this obviously will not miles per our but Its efficiency
tub-commIttee and the House would fly more than 15 times Bombing Red basesjacrosa the happen immediately, he said, increases Iith speeeds above
Un-American Activities Comm-' the speed of the earth's rota- Yalu river -- a course advocat- so the Air Force must main- that.
ttee will continue their invest on. ed by Gen. Douglas MacArthur tain such devastating power Beyond the ram jet is the
nations in the field In a speech prepared for de- -would only fritter away U. S. that no enemy will attack the rocket engine, Finletter Rid-
The Senate group, now hd-ivery to the Bronx County Bar air power without doing much United States. "I-believe we can foresee the
ed by Sen. Pat McCarran ID- Associaton Finletter said Air good, he said. time when we will have rocket
Nev i. has concentrated recent- ,Force experimental planes al- The only way to "let loose" Finletter said that plane engines producing about 500,00
ly on ferreting out Communists ready can fly nearly twice the the Air. Force In the Far East. flying three times the speed pounds 9f thrust, .Speb .oa
nmong Ameriean employes of specrd of sound, or about 1,500 he said, would be to permit the of 'sound would generate about be attained approaching .0,000
the United Nations Sen Hom miles an hour. Air Force to "do everything t 500 degrees of heat simply by miles an hour, or more than 151
Ferguson 1R-Mich 1 who will He Indicated that In two or Is capable of." air friction on their wings. At|times th seed of the rotation
head the sub-committee after three years, the Air Force will "And that is quite a lot," he this temperature, aluminum of the'easth."
theJan 3. inquiry xpctd to continue thinking of planes flying said. "It would be, as I have wings would deslntegrate, he Such rroekets, he said, will
the in rold H Vqury three times the speed of sound, said. the most awful attack that said, but nuw wings can be fly into .4 e I.
Rep. Haro wioldl be chVeldairman ofll th or about 2,A50 miles an hour. man has ever made on man; built of titanium, ta new metal Finlettt fSaia guided missile
House committeehas said the Such air power is "either go- and man has done pretty well strong as steel but 40 percent will npot ttak the place. of the
House committe nhas said-thae ing to destroy the world or in the past in killing his fel- lighter. a rplahr" "'for quite a time tP
group will open new nvestiga-have a big part in saving It," lows, He said the Air Force is talk- come."
tions of lablleged Communist in- Flnlftter said. "It would also be. surely, ing of Jet enghies of 10.00 to But he predicted both piloted
colleges. le said the commit- He added that air power, un- World War III the horror 15.000 pundas of thrust,. or rocket sireraft and guided ai-
tee wllgs. drop at lead st the pora- above all that we are trying roughly that mue bhorfnepower. silms Will be used so0~etlme in
rily i study of the motion pi- to avoid." One experimental engine al- t_ e nearfuture.
tore industry. rt 0
RP Conservatory
Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy
iR-Wis.), will head the Sen- rhlf
ommite. ,e anoue horus To sing
ate Government Operations rs
Committee. He announced re-
centl will use its crack Tomorrow
inveaUra ors on a study, -ofAra To ro
mible "favoritism" in the
eral Comm unieations The chorus of the Panamba4
Commission and of "waste" Conservatory of Music will pre-.
and "eorrupton" in the Mu- sent a concert of selected arias W
tual Security Agency. from the classics tomorrow night -
McCarthy also has said he at the National Theater under ..
will plan his committee's in-the direction of Prof. Herbert -
vestigation of communism ac- de Castro.
cording to the extent this work The concert will begin with
la done by the Internal Secu- the chorus singing selections
ri subcommittee. from Mendelssohn's oratorio
Te House committeeon gov- "Elijah" and end With the Ale-
ernment operations, to be lead- luyva chorus from Handel's "Mes-
ad by Rep. Clare L Hoffman 3iah"
tR-Mich.i. is expected to devote Sopranos Felicia Williams. Anla
much of its ute Inveas gatingEstripeaut and Nidla Benecerraf
muhwye of i vrntme n ietwastin will be featured in solos. Miss
the way the government was Williams will sing "Plus de Tour-
directed under the Democrats. merits" from Massenet's "Le
Hoffman said he has not decid- did." Mrs. Estripeaut a reclta-
ed what to investigate first., tive and aria from Verdi's "La
The House Ways and Means T iaviata" nd Miss B necerraf
subcommittee which uncovered "Voi Lo Sapete. 0 Marin" from
&imdals in the Internal Reve- Cavallerla Rusticana.
rue Bureau already has decided The program also will feature
to call retiring Treasury 9 ecre- Mariao Outlerrez. tenor, and bar-
tary JohnW. Snyder for ques-1 Itone Roberto Schultz with the
tloning as one of its first moves chorus in ant act frbm the opera
next year "Faust": Soprano Ana Teresa
Rios and uarltone Ouillermo L6-
Ftalboa Tides pea with the chorus in the
I church scene from the same op.
Wedneaday. Dec. 1. era. and b quartet from Verdi's
"igh Low "'Rigolleto" b- Teresa Rios. con-
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near Hanover, N H. At least ten persons were reported lklled In a 158-i
swept across northern New England.

Burglary Of School Canal Oldtimer' D i
Charged Against Mrs. Ida Welfare, Wl
3 Panama Youths Dies In States' .
TMrs. Ida IM. Welfare, wh d re-
Three y o u n g Panamanhat sided in Ostun durin A
were charged with burglary y ie d in tdywih li tduD
ter day afternoon In the Balboa' Awt W lare a le mauf
Magistrate's Court, and the case vilner. died Dec. 8 in 1Newa 0 k
was continued until 1-30 to(Ihv Iy teep. It wa.s 1. rned." Bile r,
Thr youth, Clarence Alfred ,w1m1l74 yei rs01'M
Ever'sley. 17. Claude Desmorind Mrs. Welfarelva aPlr. ai-
Chambers. Jr., 15. and Alvin H1o. cvew Crescent, Xif ,
latin Thomam. 14, all have pre- She i urviv B I ?
viou. police records, MrSCheaIx urylve .t I 1 hty,
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int in Onmboa Sunday afternoon New York Stato offieW the
.it 3 30 p with the intent to alrrkIrI stmi, *adf dtona the
COil r larceny. 19301 was grand e$ 19eothe
ienapprended, he ey were Oraind Chapter orthat
found carrying a sack of flower, State, --
taking powder lpmons, a pen. ghmp W40 AI f of/
lead pencils, drinkIng a V laChapter,(
plates and brakint tinse valued royl matron o 0 .1
52 w hc Io belongedd to the Court, Order of ma
Schei Division.&he w e bufi
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inc trial.
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rf burelarv in the Oaiiboa golf
.ind Country Club on the same
6a' was dtsmIlsed For petty laVtr.
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