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 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00242
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A M-year-old American, Jo-
seph P. Tr"Wum.,died yesterday
afternoon .xt Gorgas Hospital of
a heart ilitent.
Mr. Troyan, a resident of
Oa&hMa, was employed by the
Maintenatice Division of the Pa-
namA Canal.
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tal eary yesterday morning aft-
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in the chest He died at 3:45 p.m.
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McKay on Christmas Eve. A po.
lic bullet struck him as he ran.
He ws wsak from loss of blood
when captured by a lone police-
man on duty at Pefloncito."
. He was brought here to the
Santo TOMiAa Hospital under
heavy police guard and was
Questioned t: the DA. before he
received medical attention.
Corrales to said to have had an
argtinient over a $10 debt with
oKay s hours before the
latter was killed.
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membs qtbing of what hap-
mMSedn hf astmaa Eve. He was
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Jan. 19 at the Ganbi
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expected to contact twO?
former Congress
Emmet O'Neal and
J. Flood, both practi
attorneys, if the CZEL
agrees to send him
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are also slated to be apc
preached by Lovelady ouw
the matter of the rent

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Ray Burmester
Funeral services were held .:,-
week in New PhiladelphIa, .
for Raymond L. Burmester, .
retired Panama Canal em .l 0
vw.h died at his home In
town. Rhode Island. on Dee. I
Mr. Burmester lived. most
his life in the Canal Zone
had 36 years of service whet"SE,
retired in November. 1951. i.
employed as a steam enrtel 4
the Oil Handling Plant at .I
time of his retirement. .-
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cived on the Isthmus by vi
Burmester's sister. Mrs. .LgeS'#*'
M. Collins. of Balboa.
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The Mail Box is an open forum tor readers of The Pemsaml Amer-
,kc.4 Letters are received grateful and are handled li a whdyi conti-
aIwlelf manner.
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient if It U Mi't app"ee the
next day. Letters are published M the order received
Please try to keep the letters limited to one page asgeth.
dentity of letter writers r held in strictet confidence.
This newspaper assumes no responsibility eo statements as opinions
expressed in letters from readers

POEM IN THE MAIL
EDITOR'S NOTE: Co-author Maynard Hill, of the follow-
wing poem. was stationed at Quarry Heights as L & E. Officer
Sfor a couple of years during World War II. He Is now Sunday
editor of the Lansing State-Journal, Lansing, Mieh., and a
partner in an advertising business. The above poem appear-
ed on the Christmas cards of Mr. and Mrs. Hill.
CHRISTMAS 1952


By Victor Iftml
All men? To the union leader,
raion, extortionist and terrified
uf fathers of many a kid, who
.tooa before the tribunal aand
%,'eut because his own son had
jist heard the Judge speak wea-
rily and bitterly of those union:
officials, who have warped a cru-
sade into a crime?
My dad was small time in thU
union "movement." He wept, too
Nut because he had shamed hI&
son. Rather because he saw hiu
c-usade grow sour behind thuos
\vicKet dues windows across
which the dollars rolled from the
lired fingers of workers in from
tre shop.
The goon who cried before
Judge Irving Kmnlma was at
the end of his profitable "ern-
vade." My father, yeas before.
saw his crusade begin to roc.
Aiid he sorrowed even unto
death from the injarles, phy-
sical and moral, inflicted not
alone by the mob, but by union
big shots who looked the other I


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A fox squirrel scampered high In our tree ed terror the day long to ame-
Chattering "Christmas is not for me; toet somehow the worhidg
Giving's the bunk I think it's good stiffs who put faith in the
To have this clearly understood." union they Joined for brother.
Then under a nearby eave he spied hood and bread.
An Injured sparrow, lonely eyea. All this. Federal Judge Kaut- ..
And as he frisked about in the tree, man felt thoeer day when he -
"I'm glad," said Foxxy, "it isn't me." sentenced the first of the AFL --
Ltngshoremen-thugs to all.
But after a bit he paused to rest The Judge young. snitive,
And looked again at the sparrow's nest. brilliant, and among the few o
-Maybe a nut would help her spend my generation who were never
A pleasanter day and her wing to mend. c',nfused on the fight agalat
o C. communists or crooks. said as he E'
So. up he came with a walnut big, senr the weeping Ed Florio
Polished it bright on a hickory twig. away:
And theh, as he felt his spirits soar, "It's the activities of labor l
He shyly laid it at her aoor. leaders like you which will set
High in the tree once more he hied; lbdditr brhk 50 years."
'i he sun was oraginer, the wind nad died. Odd it s orlothat the skull-crack- -
And in her nest the sparrow's wing Fdenly o thoughtmn of the tous .,
No longer hurt as sne started to sing. eve the topmost mo lead
Margaret Hindy V
been worrying about their chil-
T iE E'S bTILL HOPE ren.
WhyTHE TILL HOPE do you write about me so, B
hen I went to meet the immigrant ship, Captain Cook, at TheyrekWan schot or at Wep m
Pier Ia. Balboa, on Lnristmas Eve, i touna tnat tne police, cus- re o --
toms personnel ana others wro work in the pier area had learned Point.
that ier snip had aLoard some ol. chlloren, who would be spend- But what about the children ROME-Joe Bushkin plays an old song. called every
ing (,'irstmas D.y at. sea on their way to a new home inm New whose fathers are victims of ti-e I. 'ove a Piano," as his theme, and he would still-nt
.ealana. t-rror in which they specialize at fnd it very handy here in bell Roma. I have that I
T'ney had rallied to the aid os the Red Cross and other agen- special rates? decided that you oil have to knot about It) and di
cies ana provided a iage numue, o, 1oys, canuy and frean iruit, Ilowever, the Plorios aren't tne words to get along in Italian, because the word Hea
whicn was not plentilul aboard the snip, to provide gaw mam only labor leaders. The spirit of "piano" covers evetytilng else.
treat for the schlaren. the little man who wept. not be- I am living on the fourth piano, for e .tan~e, nd.
May 1, an bngr^ssman, use this column to cmve. arm cause he had shamed his son, but looking out.over the piano, itening to.tUiplam Ingl
and grateful apprtcc i raon to those inuividuais for teI tane- because others had shamed his play and takn thoig. Wy prtio i n .l ea
ous and generous act which. undoum,ealy. -oagnm s, a -gtld- c'-u'%ade, still lives among the un Piano means 'okor, and plan. and jusit iano i ta
ns3 into-the lives o1 t We lhldien acoari the sh p on tmas heard ones who lead America easy, too. It is avery handy word to ha-e around. a
day.00.000 local union1 You really don't have any trouble with Italia p
ihere is much selfishness in the world tocdy, but while the 'This Christmas and I prefer toif you remember to say "eco" -ev'y 1e ul- bmnt-
spirit which prom .L.a other men-to carry giftstB another child think of Johnny Long of Log utes, and "claoil" for hello nd i1om mt
at Bethlehem a long tine ago stiUl s iq the w eA lives Island and ill Bastt of s teto time t everyth..
theretoo.1cerel, d- : ball
zew. il ifil.m Aribstrong, did for kidt -Of
The Metodiut (lurch, sprightly minds jailed in crippled I have found thou s tlit ror pugMst .
(British Conference). I bodies by cerebral palsy thoseto,
Panama, R. de P. v,,ungsters who see and u noboedy.rer learns oug. a r.
stanlr the merry-go-round world the pat week employing t e 0 .
oo.t them but can't speak or temaht week p companies two n,, the Stte of
An~i to pro "- Puzzle rench or walk In It. t lines, the Itt of a
Bag o Bone to r Puz Not so lor ago Johnny Lon Department and the Minlitry of the Interior the Lai
g Of w a strange bulldozer crew trying to make a point with the customs people task.
Ripping fresh earth out of a Nas- over a matter Involving th transport of. guns, Althi
,-1 L and ay be 0ere all winter. C-he"
'HORIZONTAL 4 Beneath sau County (Long Island) exca- It all seems ver slmplewhen you tar t
1 Chest bone 5 Body part nation. As president of the lol or soi weapons whah ou- t.er
4 Arm bone near hip bone INC Buildinnr Trades Couneil (in the You have a grow or so of weapons which hnm the Nx
4 A bone ne bone A national section of which Ge mediately makes a sutspicle character ofat you. twl
8 Leg bone 6 One who wr attnal s iower's oew Secretary of You point out that you do t wish to sell m.try
12 Consumed makes a nest Lbor. Martin Durkin. is trnmin- on the black market, or evei to start a revolio 1
1 413Dogative'svhotes7ViperItAutl. Johnny Long asked rhl-n- tion.
S14 Dove's home 8 Debris oh IJ w y t no | labor w n You just want them bondd and left In a r- .em
Oriental coin mountain side used. He not on answer If his Ment status at the a report, d this also a have
I -.Scatters 9 Stockings men Woiul i wo for the same to your camera equipnL-ntl.his would seem to How
SGilft 10 Entry in a rates ns this crew, they co,]d be simple enough, but I Mt bman r khow ,; t
20 Appears ledger 26 Lamprey- 42 Sore bones have the lob. week on the operation now,*th assaatance ao r hi
21 Dung beeI 11 Cape fisherman "The contractor is workin'z for
22 Comfort 17 Hebrew 27 Drivers 43 Space nc+hlng. He's donating the exca-
24 Couple ascetic 28 Singing voice 44 Kaffir warrior vation to the crippled kids here.
SSea eagle 19 More painful 29 Employs band We're building a clinic for them.
27 Greek letter 23 Foot joint 31 Testify 46- Minor Can you boys meet thp rate?"
30 Agree 24 He may roll 33 Minced oaths and Major the supervisor snapped, turningC By BO l
32 Bends a leg the bones on 38 Revoke 47 Great Lake beak to the buitldlnr of the fist By B ueA
bone his night out 40 Outcast 48 Fury rer'bral onlD v center of Its kind y<
b..o-Slrmy sea 25 High playing 41 Genus of F0 Musical in the world.
bird cards geese syllable Long left. Sme dar' later Advance Indications are t"at General "'"ek-
35 Emissary he was back- -but not alone. hower as President will seek to maintain tbt ai
S Donkey i r B, Rrliek masons, plumbers, eleu- Point Four program of cal aulatance to
7 tirrench father ieas -tal workS. til underdeveloped areas. Yetin m0 e
30 Man's name layers, plaster, roofer,. ias- exist that he will attempt o t W
40 Learning lre and ante dnatdther to a more realstic plan of in -atlos l
41 Advertise- -1--I-- and week-end hordevelopment.
aTier threw ash intg the kitty v e
o isAbd ) O t e loa l, unbl to furnnh Like the Marshall Plan, the Point Pot
42 Saign of the free labor, donated over 000 was an original notion markd by high
Zodiac t Mpneament m tched the ,Igoes beyond the mere doling out of
45 One who plays I unions lfte firm camed helpto the graTntngns of e me
on words cq"-5 with free bricks. lumber..iipp. technical guidance thatWlfdbaeklW .
49Thoswho wire. steel. lathln. plaster ,d. to get their own economies. on a higher sief-gu ,.
contendd tile. When the center was swift training basis.
_1 Age f'v"hed locnl nursery land O Spelled out. this has meant sending agilcuitird
Wish the grounds without experts into India to teach Indian farmop .
Sthe grounds withouto improve their crop yields, ow to are for
Sow th center has full re- soil, how to use new seed anananimual .1ee
n ice --reb diawnostlc. school oay- better farm machinery. I has meant
tg-sha r hiatric 'nd voeationpl facilities. health at" sa i r lsts Ia nI
Te. nnvn Long and his uniors places try o to
1Ifted terror from the palsle1 living and working.-
I 'lCAL kid. snd their parents., Thisn inaid. aspgand .e ar nwe
in 111141 No one who loots the
{ I I Recently, the Los prospective future ll
,ent. Trades, four's vahie.
Smen ear. iear tmat th ies What can be put in is he
ean' wain aa n noll, the development Ir Can
unless In New Tek. tied
'Mr. P.A. Want Ad' attraotg -s ui /" to
a following 1tono
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fruit and .at~~ae t einrt
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from oetthel-conseious Amerkcan
me se knth t uldanre on what
to wear w 11, wabrofd.
rTihe kind of questions_ belit
asked are: "Is evehni dress de
rikeur in Lond9n hotels? W at
clothes are correct for daytime
wear in Calcutta? May shor6 be
*b n the streets of Berm ata
Before oioeing, the B3tMai u.
B.'OA.C.'s North Americanhead-
a woman t execuuve on their
staff, M. ldUNNICUe, LAn
rm-the-wor '"faion flght"

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DURANGO. Colo., Dec. 2'7:-
(UPI-Jeanbtte Tapa still had
an edge of 4sath today but she
remained criticsny 111 In a-hoa
Vital, her' ,o4iW unhangadh.
The seven-ySW-' ,tI "pe.Wr-.
fect Chr1toms" le klinia" via-
Mms doct ors hd featr
ugnt ot live past Cbristmas
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who heApdlart the )mtie= wild
camplafwn launc ed. by the DU.
t ango Herald-News, 3,ytelt
Jeanette In the hospital yester-
day.
lHer mother took the girt some:
presents. But Mrs. Clemente
Martins. Jeanette's aui. said:
"It Just didn't seem like we cold-
cleebrate Christmas."
Many gift under the tree at
the Tapia home remained un-
opened the family hoped for
Jeanette's release from the hos-



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large ~i~"s fashion st" es
to act a- _astS_ e tator at ow-
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fash *Ons. ra-

Pre Siet Party
Spi an Jerusalem
D Dec. 27 (P --
The ovt Mapamn Prty
W t lAotiy after a"largR
S voted 'to condemn thb
"coor" of the r
ague trial of the Czech
tot leaders.
. Ttfirst ope .rift in the
ou 0-year-latory left the
= lfort 4Setlon of
bMos' sneh,. fonmr Haganah
undeaTound leader in a small

The Party votW 3282 to 49
late yesterday- averthg the
Party, Council re.i.ution con-
demning the a&tU4B0nlat out-
pourizgs at the P4re e purge
trial, but Identifying the party
witb the "world revolutionary
movement."

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Souvenir Blasts

Ch(090Hs Ploy
CHICKASAW, Ala., Dec. 27
,(UP) An armor-piercing ba-
zOoa shell, brought home as
so uvenir by a rookie Marine
from his North Carolna base,
exploded at a Christmas gather-
Ing here Thursoay night and
Injred four persons, two ol
whom lost legs in the blast.
The 14-year-old brother of
Marine Pfc. James W. McCrory,
17, dropped the shell on the
front porch of the family home
while showing 4t off.
The resulting explosion knock'
ed holes In the porch floor
and lDviOg room wall. and frag-
ments entered a car across the
street.
Mildred Chllders, 16, lost both
legs and doctors amputated the
right leg. of Mrs. Verbile Me-
Crory, the servicemen's 'mother.
Young Joe McCrory, who had
been showing off the shell, and
Kenneth Andrews suffered cuts
and bruise&
. Witnesses said the entire
front of the house was peppered!
with fragments from the .45 mm
shell.
Ten persons were attending a
Christmas gathering when the,
shell burst.
The young Marine, who camel
home on Christmas "epv: after
his first three months in the
service, told police he found the
shell in his barracks at Camp
Lejeune, N.'C., and did not rea-
lize the danger Involved as he
brought It home as a souvenir.
He was not In the house when
the blast occurred.
Camr Lejeune authorities saki
regulatioAs prohibit the taking
of live ammunition off the base.
They said. however, McCrory
could have taken it from the
post easily enough by conceal-
ing it in his baggage, which was
not checked at the gate.


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Written for NEA Service


.,.ierv experienced Canasta
*.cr understands how inipor-
.niit is to make a base at an
NORTH 29 .rl. stage of the play. This ear-
SA 86 I. base puts you in po-Atlon to
VA J 196 ,.ti',k or defend, as circumstan-
Q 104 2 .ec may dictate.
67 74 A. base consists of four or more
WEST EAST n: tural cards in a single meld.
AKQ T17 43: ^49.5 Fut example. \ou may have ;oui
V73 V5Z i;.i] *. or four queens. or four of
I K J 7 6 I' thlin else. You need at least
SQ 4K J 10 93 ito.ir natural cards in any canus-
sOLTH (D) !' .-., those four natural cards
A 1-' the base upon which you ran
VKQ84 oadr three mote cards ,el"'r ,
4 A 953 ,v il, or natural In order to cn-r
4, A 8 6: pilfte the canasta.
Neither side % ,,y hand Is seldom really hope -
South West North Eat I- when your slde has ma.-I" a'
South Wt Vrth Pst, .,. A y ou and your par'n.r, r
1 i I 6 V Pass acruinulate wild cards. vou can
P3ss Pas add them to this base to conm-!
Pass Pass pisPip a canasta. Armed with tiit
Opening lead-6 K rianista you may find it possible! ad
tr, nmeld out and thus end the .
.laughter
lTe really disastrous hand or- 12.11
lluied, ...I buiidge experts ir when your side cannot meld T Iaf.t& p on.
ujll take pail in the week-long a canasta and therefore cannot j,r sm..
Nat:oiial Tournament that be-.d outo nht wor b
gins today in Mianmiu. and thou- 'The value of a base Is chief. "Don't worry be
sanas of bridge fans will read a- c:reasive, but a base is useful al- makingiove-yo
b aut the exploits of the experts o i1i the large number of hands _bec
with a cheer or perhaps a snick- o, vhich both sides seem to have
er pnu3l chances. At the beginning l
rrarticali io a a c an' such a hand you cannot tell
- ratoug cally. natuallybo enougve toa r Yu ill be ltailckir l r r
Iti, handful of men lho guie up (1 'deninlg as the hand progress- I YOUr
o much of their leisure time to (f ,
make thee tsuurmnatments to o s-Pbase n ill not hinder your at-i
make these tournment~.ck and it will prove absolutely How long did i
ibe invaluable if you find it.necessa- w ong dd if
M.y friend. Jerome Scheuer. the r, 10o defend
hero of today's hand. is a typi- A base is not nearly so neces- you to court yo
cal example o! these public-spir- inrv if It is absolutely clear that
ited men. Jerome is a conserva- "'jr side is attacking. For ex.m-'
tivf- Boston businessman for rie if you happen to pick un th;i
eil.hl hours a cay. but he proba- ftrst large discard pile. your ziee ft's the same wit
blv 6evotcs most of his leisure:can carrv the attack to the ene-
ti.iJ like oth.r members of the'' ,r y ,' i
American Con t r a c t Bridge "l-.e opponents will try to me! YOUt CRaP't 'A in C
Lea ie'a boara of directors, ais- *ut ouicklv. but your side will
cuslng and deciding what the tr- to Drolonz the hand as 'orng one ad. .you'y
League ought to do about this or as possible. In this situation you
tha;. <1 In't need an early base. but you On em" Overl a
caii usually afford to make )ne
I today s hand Scheuer w(,. or two bases simply because von'.
t!.F opening lead with the ace o0 nave cards to spare.
spadies drew trumps with the Q-We were playing Cut-_
kin and ace o0 hearts, and tiieii throat Canasta, and one of the] Consistent
fucre.siulhy f.i:essed the nine of clavers took the discard pilot I
diinonds. Wren West dropped had a score of 3500 points. 'inl, Amerie,
trat cIa,ht of diamonds on this r.. partner had a score of 1600 American
t:i i ,. it as clear that East held Doints. What do we need for the,
th', missing three cards in the ini-ial meld?
61 A-It depends on the score of
clarer continued with thethe player who melds. Your part-
at .1 n a low club. East winning ner. with a score of 1600 needs
vi:i '..w kin0 of clubs East re- 90 points for the initial meld.
tu< a -pjdce. and declarer VYo' with a score of 3.500 points.
in need 120 points for the Initial
ontinlucd by ruliinitA a wmeld. It usually doesn't naatter
ch., '. i dumiuy and returnedoto,becapse in this game yoWrget
hi: land with the queen of many cards that you ean easily
heriits. On this trick East was' meet any minimum count re-
raught in a very unusual squeeze quirement.
position. e
I, East discarded a diamond,. .Mr. Jacobv is unable to an-
Bouitl could take the ace of d'.i-' swer individual questions on
nro', and give up a diamond, anaita from readers. However.
aft. which dummy would be he will include the most fre-
cooU Hence East discarded a oanentiv askea questions in his
clu- i i i der to save all of his column.
iLaikucds P>Permanent Possession
Silcit.cr reaoiime the Istuacln, Ra
tre i. u!ied a club in dunimy., BOSTON i.UP' Fifty years N O
tn<.. reducing the North. Ea t. ago, Herman E. (Stevel Titus
anu South hands to three dia- wvas given a "temporary" lob
mnolids each Dummv next re-' cleaning cuspidors in an office'
tuirltld a low diamond, and ide- of the Boston & Albany rall-
clarer allowed East to hold ;ic' road. Now a 67-year-old yard-
trick with the seven of diamoudi. master, he was assured he could
East then had to lead away :ioli 'consider his post permanent re-
his king of diamonds givng 'cently when the line gave him
Sc',iuer i1 ree finesse for the a gold pass in commemmora-
nlas tvo trick,. lion of his 50 years of service,


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Mr.a n ded, tp, were all feeling pre:-
W. kle, f.and u, win- tyj sorry 1TO themoblves.
W.t kMe, of Ouurak ae the
Cuest. of Mfil- .Yet nne ot4hbftt aouldhave
Xofor dinner as Dakop C ure.
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in Brt w"Aowhere."
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are members of a religious sect with beadquteru at Ventura,
CaUi. One at the'tdisiakns whieh they 'haye undertaken is the
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L brar% Table .--.ec' SS c C pleasic t covers BA AIN. Meay
buffe; r-'ee' :. -.S-b he seen in sebwream at Paensm
Ca'r rs' el Q ArLte. Ave. Just A emema nd
c --- r30th Stret.
FOR SALE-Kei,-acr. Re+rQeraTo. R' SALE Ford. 4 Dr. -'
6 ft 6W c--ce Re:ei, Dcoe LE -19 Ford. 4 Dr. Fl
Ca6. B_ booI r hi'e walls, undercoated, $1 4-0.
B bo_'_____ !i-4i5., Corr Sr. Tel. 2-1 I '
F" SALE bur-efg-Q.r" l Foe - ----_ -
gd ro o" reor -blt. 41- F ALE 41 Oidmble. Goo.
B C,.r.. c ..- cror good tire. Conr i financed
--$- S22X- ,' Call Gus. c-o Dunr. ; 0or
t0R SALE -Upi-':ltered rr-.hogof. ; '43 Centrol Avenue.
tsr,.'.,e -.ila',0on leartner ---- ....-. r_ -- -
p -- S- T..n bedf. dres. er ,~ SALE 1942 Cad ilac cra.l
no -:r.-v S- -SC Soeboarc 1 A-1 Pir.outh, both 2 door *e-
SZ:- Crra C oWe. S:C Metal dar,. Good transportation. \er.
bed S. er. r.g taDie SI. W.cker I cheap Leavwng Isthmus. Ma orrar
chose Icungc S5, two chars. S5_ Radio Station Bldg. Via Esp:ja
House 14-C P-ado Salboa. Tele- Telephone 3-3730.
phone 2-'I s FOR SALE.-Practically new Chrv4.
FOR SALE-Bec &th matress and I ler radio. Fluid Matc. 7.000 mile
spring rtrigaor. 25r cyc, per-t Leather uphosterv. Brand n I
fe condition, S75.00 Estudion- I e sd alls te. $2,500 Call
te Street No. 50. Apt. I, in the1 Eicla. Pon American Agencie'
te tree phone 2-825.. Across Rancho
ba- garden
FOR SALE -4 P.ece mahogany sec- FORSALE-Ponhc '8' 19 -
Ional Dpece. containing book shel -- ALE -Ponhtc 8 1952. se-
es and Iqauor cabinet 7 ernetain dan. Hydramtoic, radio. w-w tireI
blinds, mall Generall Ele.lric radio. Plastic seat covers. signal lights
modern P,rn-p lmp,. bossnette.I etc. Like new with only 4,200
plO DaPen Bolbc 1806, ,ru:e 611- miles W.II finance. Call Panama
A, Aneon Blvd. 31 4.
--FOR'SALE'- f-Chierolet with
P6weri Glide. Excellent condition
W ANTED o1,000 miles. $1,650. Phone Pan-
Miscellaneous ar ---44-----.


Furn-sher 2-bedroom apartment re-
qu,red Bella Vista. Call British Le-
gato.,-. 2-0912 from 9-4:30
WANTED Vacation quarters At-
lantic side January 15th. Phone
Cnicb-sl 3-1633.


WANTED TO RENT -Small apart- Regular services will be coun-
ment. Ancon or Bolboo. permanent. ducted at the Trinity Methodist
Phone Mr. ahrhner, room 412 Ho- Church, Colon.
tel ifnernatonal The morning service at 9:30
will be conducted by Allan C
Eel^rave and evening worship at
FOR SALE 17:1 by Rev. Norman Pratt. Sun-
day School will be at 3 in the aj.
Real Estate terrnoon.
I The regular Watchnight Serv-
CATTLE OWNERS -For sale at bar-.'. i- marking the end of the o!d
go.n price. Old CRUCES ranch Qniv 'nl and usheineg in the neIJ
the coaQt cf Cermeto. d.-tr.:i oflv=pr will commence on Wednes-
Capro 2 4C hectores. Carlos Su- d.;' nieht at 10:30. This will be
c'e C ji on9lncted bv Rev. Pratt.


House Committee To Consider


-World Military Situation


MISCELLANEOUS


De you have a Ingl p fMbled
Write AkilMei Asenymeus.
2031 Ancei. C. Z
DOG CLINIC HOSPITAL. Dr. E. A.
Perez. Veterinary Surgeon. Via
Porras No 42. Tel. 3-2113.
DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Estudiante Street 140. Between
"J" and "K" street. Phone 2-3479
Panama.
SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
cne way $85, round trip $135 t15
daylimilli. $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.


HOTEL ROBERT, Costa Rica under
new management. Rooms with pri-
vate both. Excellent meals. Spring
time cold. Real comforting vocation
for all lAing in tropics. See your
travel agent
Dye. We dye dresses, suits, all :kinds
of materials. "Lovanderia Tropical"
plant, via Espaha (Sabonasl No.
830. Telephone 3-0871. Branch,
East 24th and Central Avenue. Te-
lephone 2-1346. Panama.
DIANA invites you to visit the "Ex-
perimental Center of Popular Arts"
in Son Carlos, opposite the Po-
lice Station. Open also Saturday &
Sunday.

FOR SALE
Miseellaneons
FOR SALE: Piano upright grand
(excellent condition). Magic Chef
gas stove, refrigerator Coldspot,
Sears kerosene range, girls bi-
cycle, youth's bed, stroller, baby
crib. Phone 916, Colon.

PERSONALS
HUMAN ENGINEERING HEALTH
SERVICE:- George D. Barb, Jr, H.
E. Corrective Adjustment at the
Body Structure, No. 11, Seventh
St telephone 2-3833. 8 a. m. to!
8 p. m. by appointment.


FOR SALE
Boats & Motors


FOR SALE-12 H.P. Johnson "Sea
horse." Like new. 3 hours oper-
ated .Cost $289 00 new. Will sell
$25000. Call 82-2298, IQuarry
Heights or 83-5128 ICurundul.
FOR SALE: Motor and odd parts
for Jeep; all for $50.00. Inquire
33rd St No. 6. top floor Salozar.

Britain Gets Large

Order For Planes

From Canadians


LONDON (U.P.i An $11,-
500,000 order for 15 Vickers
Vixcount turbo-prop aircraft, to
be delivered starting in the fall
orf 1954, has been placed with
Britain by Trans-Canadian Air-
lines.
This is the largest peacetime
dollar order ever placed for Bri-
tish aircraft.
Canada Is the fifth nation to
purchase the Viscount, newest
of Britain's turblne-engined air-
craft. It will be the first to o-


RESORTS


Gramlich Santa Clara beach-
cottage. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gamboam 4-567 Pedro Mi-
guel.
Casino Sante Clara, Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations n-e
cessary. Sbfurday and Sunday.
PhiNas. Oceanside cottles. Santo
Clara. Be 435, 8alboo. Phone
Panama d;1877". Cristobal,3-1673.

FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:-Furnished house, 2
bedrooms, living diningroom,
kitchen, maoid's room, garage. Via
EspoaA final, white house, beside
Radio Miramar.
FOR RENT: New house in Las
Cumbres. Completely furnished
with hor water. Tel. Gamboa 105.


FOR RENT
Apartmentsb
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Two and five room furnimhd and
unfurnished oportments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street,
New Cristobal. Telephone Colon
1386.
FOR RENT--One large apartment
or two duplex apartments, unfur-
nished. For further details call Co-
co Solo 655.
FOR RENT:--Modern small furnish-
ed apartment to couple with re-
frigerotor. $70.00. American neigh-
bor. bus running. Via Espofia. in
front of Pueblo Nuevo entrance.
Catrasquillo 2nd Street, No. 48.

Position Offered


WANTED:-Experienced Ponaman-
ion Ibilingual salesman wit4
driver's license. Apply in person
wth reference to: Agencias Eus*
tooe Lee, S. A. 9081, 8th. St. New
Cristobal. Colon.

FOR, SALE ..
Motorcycle,


FOR SALE: Triumph motorcycle
speedtwin 500 c.c. Excellent con-
dition House 1544-B, Balbop.


Radio Programs
Vour Community Stoaon


HOG-840
Where 10.000 PeaIpe Me

Presents


Ti
P.M.
3:00-
3:30-
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4:30-
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S- perae them in the western: r-
S-- o Hemisphere. 8:00-
j WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 UPi that there is "clear and definite The Vickers Viscount seats 40 8:30-
'-The House Armed Services solution" to the Korean war that assenrers, and has a three 8:45-
Committee will open hearings would not result in undue casual- or four-ma-n crew two p- 9:00-
Jan. 8 on the world military ties or risk expanding the fight- lots and one or two stewards. 9:30-
situation with special emphasis Ing. They are the most modern me- 10:00-
on the deadlocked Korean war. 8hort added. however, that IJlum-size airliners in service 0:30-
Rep. Dewey Short announced there is no present plan to call today. Fout Rolls Royce Dart
Tkd o Ruay. . lcan who MacArthur as a witness as some engines, operating on kerosene. 11:00-
' The MtissouriRepublicanwe wo committee members have pro- give a cruising speed of around 1:00
'till head the committee In theI posed. 300 mpgh. a 20,000 feet. Nor-
new Congress. said the list of 300 m.p.h. at 20,000 feet. Nor-
wmtneses probably will includeI MacArthur already has dis- mal range is 1,000 miles. To
Mon. Omar N. Bradley. chair-!cussed his Korean ideas with A.M.
liAn of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Eisenhower and it was deemed Passengers are seated in twoi 8:00-
o accompanied President- unlike that either House or double rows on each side of a
elct Eisenhower on his Korean Senate committee will have any central aisle. There is Indivi- 8:15.
Mo. iecommnedations until they dual as well as general light- 8:30-
Short said other members o. hear the new president's ideas ing, and the combined presauri- 9:01,
She.aint; Chiefs also. will be on the situation. tion, air conditioning and 9:15.
Bead in what he called a "gen- temperature control gives 9:30
J briefing" on the cold war ISen. Alexiander -Wiley (R- ground level conditions up to
Corm nism" W I ls.*, who will head the Senate 15,000 feet. 10:00
m said there also probably Foreign Relations Committee, I:30
Se some ussn predicted Tuesday that Esen- The Viscounts have a loaded 11oo00
Dolb MacArthurs sieon of ent hower will outline his Korean weight of around 50.000 lbs They 11:15
Douglas MacArthur's statement war proposals in a special mes- are a little more than 81 feet 11:30
g__ sage to Congress soori after his in length, with a 94-foot wing- 12:00
inauguration next month, span. P.
#V8 SALE: 1949 Buick 1 P.M
S lpier 4-door Sedan with It is believed that Eisenhower 12:0-
SDyraflow and radio, good is considreing a plan for driving 12:3
S ra. at the Red invaders back to the "1 :00-
Korean **narrows" about 100 to I
MOOT Y HUNNICUTT. SA. 150 miles below the Manchurian 1:1
10th St. Central Ave. border. 1:3
C T 8The advantage of such a move 2:0
woedld be two-lold: The growing 4:W
'Scuth Koreala army largely 6:%
ruling the shortened front lines '.
anu the punishment inflicted on 7:0M

more receptive to p ,-ace. 7:46
There also has been consider- *'0a
NO able talk of setting u a naval TDWUIK BAm 6 MF .
t blockade of Red Chinese oturtu. w u w 9 10:
1 While other free capitals REPAIRS INITIALS
probably would agare? to step up KEVS
r the fighting In Korea in an et- KEYS i:e
Sort to force the Reds to make F "r y Viit
Space. t h e v unauestonably For your vasat n visit .
would oppose any actln.-tn- our Shaw ItmuMnt a-
cludinr bombing raids against Au fli I
Communist China-which mht
tihlaten to spelM ::


dfly, Saturday, Dee. 27 ,
-The Rhythm. Rangers
-Meeting of the Minds
-Musical Interlude
-Music for Saturday
-What's Your Favorite
-On Stage A mer e,
-ThI Ral Iroad Ho'ui
-Paris Star TimI (RDF)
-BLUE RIBBON SPORT
REVIEW
-JaTm Se4lon (VOA)
-Masterworks from Frapse
(RDF)
-Ataerican Folk Music.
-United Press Commentary
-HOG Hit Parade
-VOA Hit Parade
-Dance Music
-Symphony Hall U.S.A.
(VOA)
-The Owl's Nest
a.m.-Sign Off
morrow, Sunday. Dee. 28
-Sign On Musical Inter-
lude
-Radio Varieties USA
-Hymns of all Churches
-Moments of Devotions"
-Good Neighbor Time
-London Stu41o Melodies
(BBC)
-In the Tempo of .Ta&
--Meet The Band,
-NATIONAL LOTTERY
-PETRONIO PRESENTS
--Music for Sunday
I-Time for Music (BBC)
I--Luncheon Music"
I-A New Witness for Christ
I-The Jo Stafford Show
(VOA i
i-American Chorales
---Rev. Albert Steer
--Drama and Symphony
Hour
I-What's Your Favorite
i-Ouest Star
5-Light for Living
1--Oreatest Story Ever Told
..-Mustal Notebook iVOA)
I-Organ Music (BBC)
--Lwi lBack and Listen
-MEC Playbouse

on Story Rde -
Told
-BtB. Off


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a .1 olA niW ti ll Ca rnl ZM, Zo d iSl 01ea7l 3 fL Dec. 27 (UP) Atn released so mysteriously by the
Sura il ePrM..a n lieutenant who was Russians.
wll ilMa lie us ied . agm d,. W' Eils. nied and held by the Run- He said it was possible the
.. u.. .-I i -..more than a month said Soviets planned to shoot him
IMe- The M l to I"by, yesteava his captors released as he walked away from the
Owlto,.. ,.. a e U-w Germany after taking him for "But I headed for the woods'
ON--atd& ..e.aAv. sight automobile "ride." Immediately and didn't show1
balagded lsemlesse *r First Lt. Horace J. Sincere, 25, myself a the automobile dash-
.0 i ., a,.,L of Homestead. Fla., .returned ed up and down the road four
_asAd *epAlmue aAe d b S alon hemreyesterday and told a news or five times," he said.
seew, f .-o.- 0i goj,,_ ge Aq conference he was put out of Sinbore said that 32 days ago,
1b .^a Sb,*- ee Ps L~ts raa& tBhes 9 deep inside Comrn- four armed Soviet zone pollcp;
P-o e W E 9 muniast at Germany Christ- abducted hmn at gunpoint from,
-- ma night that it took him six a U. 8. sector road into the',
Sa AN WStiours to walk to the U. S. sec- nearby Russian zone while he
a" ... I sa. n tor of BSerlin. was only about 50 feet from
eA0 o.T .r"r "'' Sincore. who was seized from his 6th Infantry maneuvers bl-
mH^ Bs*lmd n 3%.^ ^m ^~w4- -, the U. s.edtor last Nov. 24 vouac area.
S" A. ....... manevers sh He reported to American au-


L. S bE'A'*11 *w*r,*'****,A lg a.. IS.LES u vited him to share a beer with
S. CW Wtp ............. ow wit Ci n g him for Christmas.
oe aH M.a.. A G 6, Usst Osu. Ssq W oClM ABi -. Then the Interrogator return-
*Omp. s, 3. 4a :; the wash and told him to cal-
F.et; go *an. '. 4 a" l So3 .... RODMAM ep lect his belongings to take an
111L. g I There were three Russians



San.irwutu v- .n weeB Iwf .t& ........... a an Wednesday in the aursdaytomobile," Sincre said.
.: oS a AADac and tde chase for his killer "After we rode for awhile the
"nu..- i so b ............. turned Jstksonvile into aiRu ssian who gave me the beerI
s T. rhe a sie A i Sde S I eApI and shrieking police 'He got out of the automobile
i .....e......... and told me to get out, too.
j" t Mo wy H The suspected killer, who said When I got out he jumped baeer with
She was John Horton McVegh, nto the automoberrogate, lammed
R... d.... .. . ................r... . . HALL ........ .. ........... 10.... 3i3, a former, taxi driver from the door and the automobile
45 a...I I. S os Angeles, Calif., WiB cap- dashed down the road away*
M.s............. .a o red after a spectacular 15-Nrom me.




;. I"m.. s i m" minute chMC t he "I shouted but the automobile
lwill'X. . .Ah3L] ;j. 6U ijf Motorcycle patrolman Robert kept on going. I asked myself,
SlI...............oD tucker died on the way to a I this a joke?'




..si T Ma. Q. Lsi "e e e.... r n hospital while nearly every. po- *It was dark. There were no
___________turda ______ "' lice car and motorcycle in the stars and no moon. I ran into
Ors L A . .. t'. ow city was chasing his attacker, the woods lining the road and
Episcopa. .a ifu A Word spread quickly that a hid behind a tree.
-'..b.N Ni.. l ) P S....rc ........... e"cop killer was being hunted "Then the automobile turned
SF T i A a M... 0 C wn B e and scores of persona around and came dashing back
e- i. .I. a y o Ram . NEWI h gathered at the police station to the place where I haed been
e'. i. -.. ", ..s s ... . ".......... rom 00a They screamed and pushed to abandoned. The driver flashed
......... get to-McVeigh bee he was the lights get and down the
la5Oa.....4amVi AiI D*tJ hustle d from the- c y to the road.hen the automobile went
'1'. school 4d8A sl a Pn irwan t swe vie. .... *;n The all out police chase away from me again and came
S. ... ... a.. ,ar 0l started while Christmans Eve dashing back. It did that four
E :ilfrM 1 traffic jammed this city to the or five times and left for good
sun.n--Se5 comUCm anC sW rfSB. "-" """ hilt, and the sirens of cars it in the direction of Potsdam,
m. M ....... io US,. and- ,...... ......... the hunt caused a further traf- where I had been held."
O .M00oly 'ata ;10he ."5 .: s" Wnarl shortly after the noon 8 encore said he walked
o a o .T c .om.uniSM ....... uo a. -'fMr ........ 3:o hour. through the woods for awhile
sFitu .aio. **. .r ProitM S .an ric ...... 11:5 Detective Ipspector i. V. until he came to a road with
0.sorC.3s"L i. Branch said McVeigh, was first a sign saying it was the klo-
.sttBtw 1 j rlh6o svM ,a..:..-.........a.. vs stopped for speeding by officer meters1 about 11 miles to Ber-
... ............... "Mred after an't have a "I walked through a Soviet







Sfm. iM** """"-'"' 5 driver's license, so Monroe put zone village and past Soviet
g jAVsB 0:1 3.I............. *:a in a call to check If the car army guard* who did not atop
Sa t u TATIO WOasO stolen. He went, to a mo- me because I had covered my
.. :1 0:15 1.mn so,~ '1..........." : torcourt to call again, and Me head and shoulders with army
S................ 10:15 Veigh ran, got in the car and field pants. I had been wearing
C n.a4e1v.A. 5 e00M ET..a't of:." u.......4/.... copokiller .was being hunter t it







-. vin. 1 eyewitn sad thscores ofperso lageround and a.mame d warned me
Mt 1 e' pas thrown feet 'sito the that I was pproaehing a d bovieten
CS 10 n g* i V MSa Striam. .. Trhelyscreamed and pushed to abandoned. The driver flashed






C mrc 1 ag d into-a field wrehen hiwas chelickpoghts up a on the border of
coAnd S"Tes then the aurmobe went







'A: m- 'a#VAThol -dulti' I ive ..... T A second motorcycle patrol- "She took me through an wood
aBdspt'e S IS p. man, J. W. Thompson, stopped to avoid the checkpoint and
-4611 ,'"" .. i. ..M.PMo II *t A l. (Ts aVeigh's car downtown and Eve d me to follow a' railwayfour
......... podth ne dthe aes. ark to the American sector."










YamoPiu -,, nut,a withi block *f th rL,.i.klr ot
9anch.sai'.* A the hSuspcsdhaal

. At and pushou him out of the car
0 ...... ne Then ae through the woods for awhec 27 UPI
4--' pwSSTilwo, t1i. .... ."S Then thive Inspector Somuntil he ard, me., ltoearnd today
,. vu S ':cI^B ^c."W lice cars end motor cye es0Perry tries to maintain the
- .sat da seoses B cornerec said MeVeigh. s f Christmas spirit throughout thel
.OmP A.wo ........ stopped for speeding brought hi eters about 11 miles to Ber-y










vn- Ws0.....1 In. his face. M bleedroe. the crowd Cnrd appeared before the
~ '' .. .t.ed, "Kill h.m....at did you judge on tree charges of steal-
..aha Dhihm in for" ing from Interstate shipments.

Sam T.L rr 8gy8^So the1 im pao t ect i ctya"Im t ardoded bt theo

,'aSfB -B An t. 4 'F *- p u.sa-lvVm a b ol l t all velOrl sasne" t Prrhy replried
-ad- i.ag:5.*.. stoln He went, to a M- me because I had covered my














van; vimUam.....a.tof 16 for a burglary In the South
f* .......... 1I** A Christmas variety programnd Peld pants. I has an answer there
a parish all Monday night begi- mother's care." he said. "And
*Ennh a at 7:30. I worked in a coal mine until
A- &- f S'. Tle pupils taking part werthe Iw as 21. think a J'ail sen-t
Miss Crinto_-a field" when hioh feeckpont on y ou r future." r of

;I. oL. A.orAp.che dance and a pbatomi-we tence on ano there, and five

















Iiaond to give a silver solleti
s thsecond motorcylpa'o-"he took me through wood


































SWatch sight amota will tati
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b:4 rn B'ut ,l of specially oe ofted mn,
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Man pushed lm out of the car


THI WORLD'S FIRST CHRISTIAN WESTERN





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r Musal..8 t am --Son she Pioner \
"'Chom l ese.Wndiret"
Famous Hadin.-Simmm Univneri Co boy aBnd -WAS
idd Harper . WAide obu Plains "t
Cmndy Walker . "Beloved Ease" Q
4 Cindy and Redd . Each Slep of the W \' "
Goere overly She .. JuIt Closera lk \ l
fan Worth 1000 Voice Cru de Choir ... ,
"The Railroad Sen"
A Hour of DeUion Choir. 'Wandeful Pace-
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SILLY GkAHAM EVANGIUSTIC ASSOCIATION
PACIFIC CLUBHOUSE Ancon
BA'URDAT, DECEMBER 27, 1952 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.

let ISTHMIAN BAPTIST CHURCH Colon
MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1952 7:00 and 8:30 p.m.


BALBOA STADIUM
SATORDAY, JANUARY 3, 1953 7:00 p.m.


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SB 10 o'clock tonight the fi
-College basketball tournament
.Monday night's games. The firs
Albrook Field and the Naval C
p.m. this afternoon, to be folio
braltar Life game.
Tonight the final games
First game between Junior Co
6:45. and the last game of the o
favorite Universal Sports again
played at the Balboa Gym.
The two afternoon contest
four of these teams are first r"
without the services of Sal Sc
a loaded Navv quintet. This g
of the four making up the open
Cristobal High shouldn't ha
* surance Men. Deep in experien
on recent practice, the Gibralta
class as the Tigers fancy shootit
For the evening round the
A.C. has already defeated the C
Kourany boys are hot again, or
it will prove to be a long evenit
dogs, should prove to be a rather
Basketball fans are again r
seats available in the Balboa G
the afternoon or evening session
cents for students with S.A. car

America Davis Cup

Hopes Higher After

SImpressive Tuneups
(By UNITED PRESS)
American Davis Cup tennis
hopes are higher following yes-
terday's workout in Adelaide,
Australia.
Tony Trabert, the Cincinnati
aailor who is on leave, turned in
his most impressive workout
since arriving to challenge the
Australians. The matches start
on monday.
T abert's workout proved he is
at : )p form despite a long layoff
in tne Navy. Australian fans who
watched Trabert admitted their
champions might have more
trouble than expected. They also
, feel the doubles match will de-
c cidce the finals. Frank Sedgman
S figures to win his two singles
Spa hes. Trabert and Vic Seixas
are expected to score for Amer-
tS lea Trabert and Seixas are also
a ,ilo ted to form our doubles
te- Fed&snan will te'm up
w Kit Ken McGregor or Mervyn
The draw will be made on
Sunday.

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North-SouthShfine Game Ends Football

In Thrilling 21-21 Deadlock TodNW i4


our semifinalists of the 1952 Junior .
will be known and ready to go In -
t game between defending champs, T A aterIS r w
Communication Station starts at 2 UW
awed by the Cristobal High vs. Gi-
of the first round will be played. C 0 Ig V
college and Athletic Club starts at
opening round pits the pre-tourney (By UNITED PRESS)
nst Balboa High. All games are to --
is should be excellent games. All The six-day Sugar Bowl Car- Vincent-of MitUal4 8warts
ate basketball teams, and Albrook nlval gets under way today In of New York, Bo ter est-
lafani will be hard put to get by New Orleans with many top am- woo Cailfod.Bur-
ame might easily be the top game ateur sports stars on hand. rowisol Cb aita.
ing round or competition. General Manager Fred Diaby
ave too much trouble with the In- says: "We bLelieve we have tMe
iced ball players, but mighty short qceam of the crop In variotm
ar gang doesn't figure in the same Sport4 represented in the carmn-
ng quintet this year. va. We have any number of top
games seem a bit easier to figure., i athletes featured in the various
College team this year, and if the events."
should Bob Gibson find his stride. Boxig opens the carnival to-
ng for the collegians. Final Bull- night. A rowing regatta and
r easy time for the Sportsmen. t track meet hre scheduled for to-
reminded that there are plenty of I morrow. The basketball tourna-
G.m. The price of admission for ment opens Tuesday featuring
Bns are 50 rents for adults and 25 defending champion St. Louis,
ds. -Louisiana State, St. Bonaventure
S and Villanova. Nine of the na-'
=7 tion's 20 top ranking player are
,,nkes....... 0n ,5" entered In the Sugar Bowl Ten-
comes next Thursday won Mis-
Blanks Yankees 4-0 LUNG DISTANCE-Army Of- st nualmootl erga. c h In
icer Emil Zatrpek, Czechos- Maryland and Syraeduase swap
A lovakia's triple Olympic Gamespne nh oxing chai-
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE rdsiatnce xziNT iq6vbgkqjTTn P punchesT, M y land-e sa -
(The Standings) crowd ndure ing speech-making e former AAU middleweight cham-
rianch e" eat Communist- pion Ronnie Rhodes. Ustern col-
TEAM- Won Lost Pct. appearance at Communist- leglate 132-pound phapion Art
sponsored Vienna Peace Con- Nelson is one of the 3lg mon1.
Bombers........4 2 .667 gress. (NEA)O Nelson ya one of the M meo
Brownies ....... 4 4 .500 the Syracuse squad.
Bluebirds ....... 4 4 .500 w Four Olympic chaippions are
Yankees. .. .. .. 4 3 5 3705 w .. el s entered in the track and field
-B I e1s -meet. They are pole-;vailter Bob
TOMORROW'S CONTEST (By UNITED PRESS) Richards, high Jumper Walt f-D
TOMObro 'StCOTeST lvia, javelin thrower Cy Young
(Balboa Stadium) and shot put ace Paruy O en.
Bombers vs. Bluebirds. The top ranking t-nnis 3y-
LAST NIGHtS R ES ULT FOOTBALL The top ranking L.nnis ly-
Bombers 4, Yankees 0. Coach Ben t Schwartzwalder era entered are Gairdnar M Iloy
ees 0. described his Syracuse football of Coral Gables, ftrida, m pm
The Bo ers increased their squad as pretty good shape Brown of San Frneo, Iel
league leam lers nreased their yesterday after a workout in Mi- Brown of Los A elee, BeGnie
game over the Brownies and ami for that Orange Bowl date Bartzen of Fort Sf, Oklahailn,
Bluebirds, deadlocked in second with Alabama. Syracuse worked Grant Golden of Chicago, T#eny
place, while the Yankeep were on passing as the thermometer It Ladewl
pushed deeper into the cellar as ranged into the high 70, Anoth- Every Day Was Friday
a result of Humberto Robinson's er hour and one-half practice- REWEAT---Marion Lade-
six-hit 4-0 victory over the Yan- again mostly on passing-Is on MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UP)-There wig of lrand :Rapids, Miqh.
kees. the Syracuse timetable today.. were 40 goldfish in Court Square averaged 204 breezing to aler
The Bombers got only five hits TRACK pond here before some pratik- fourth straight National .Wo-
off Bill Hockenbury but bunch- s Jamaica's famed sprinter ter dropped a turtle in -.the men's Match Game Bowling:
ed them long with two Yankee h e r b Mc Ken I e y-delighted water. There were six. left when Championship in Chicago
errors. The Bombers' Bobby hometown fans Christmas Day e urle was e ve )
Prescott and the Yankees' Billy by beating two American stars
Shantz were the night's leading in a 100-meter race at Kings -
hitters with two for tour each. McKenley broke.Iatt but stre h C
speed made him a neasy win er P t
C i r. over Harrison Dillard and im
Sports Shorties Gathers. His time was 104.
(By UNITED PRESS) McKenley also won the 400- .
meter dash In 48 seconds flat. TlEAT E c
Reggle Pearman ran second and s E
BOXING Mal Whitfield, third. t
The New York State Athletic .
Commission may use three vot- RACE OF THE DAY f
ing judges and a non-voting re- CORAL GABLES, Florida- An PRE S E N T S --
feree at all future bouts. The outsider named Mucho Mas a
idea stems from last Friday's came on in the stretch yesterday a a
bout, when Commissioner Bob to win the Tarrare Purse at Tro-. T OA 0T M h
Christenberry reversed the deol- pical Park. AT r
sion and .\ Blllv Graham the Jockey James Combest kept *TY e
win over Joey Giardello. Two the five-year-old bay close to the 1
judges and the referee vote un- front in the earl stages of the c
der present rules, six-furlong Florida race as Bim- c
fort set the pace for half a mile.
FOOTBALL Combest took Mucho Mas to the o
Light rain is forecast for to- outside coming out of the last c
day's Shrine Game at San Fran- turn, then pulled away to win by t(
cisco with tcle West a one-touch- three-quarters of a length over FROM: S
down isix-point- favorite over Didappear. Saucy Colleen ran
the East nhe South is a one- third.
touchdown isix-pointi favorite Combest took Mucho Mas over .adW Tbeatr .N -
the North In the Blue-Gray the fas trourse in one minuteadway .he N
game at -'intgomery. Alabama. and 12 seconds to p a y $19.20, SI
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MIAMI, Dec. 07 (UP) The sason football .=-4
North and the South wound up hp otOday wit three
In a draw on the Shrine grid- D.OI pu of. ,tap.
Iron in 'Miami Christmas night .
-21-all. 1O 4 the annual Blue-Gray 8
Dale Samuels- of the Yankee ".IL i- l o Aba L.
team and Jack.Scarbatb, Mary- The U r r
land's mighty pausing ace, bat- Gae.;I .W i -ad in .Ie
tied each other to a tandtll in aJ .How
a thrilling,i last-malnute pa Ming -
duel in the annual Nqrth-South XrLp Bowl at '
college all-starsn gte. More toni tr
than 42,000 persons packed into -
the Miami Stadium to watch the e 8tL. ft(by f ix .
third annual Shrine charity P t ,vv l..B 1; Uts "
game. It was the firtt' tie in the
history of the seritL have sh-- t t the.-
First the Yankees and then coaches to de-
the Rebels added a touchdown in cide on 1A I IUe. Ray
the final two minutes of .thq U Oeer Ott Ag es Is
game. 4M
.Scarbath, Maryland's A -A- Or.1WpO Ot .
mekican quarterback, scored the cdach6e the, I
first tally of the night with a 96- Graves of the al
yard unm nine minutes after the Hal Ledyard Qf'oga
ai gn. But Samuels led have been partciaW -
the l4dthern eleven to a tying ivrnnalg lmd r li"
goret midway through the ec-. SbA. The "
oad perled, with a series of eight the t expected e To
asNA oa of De riand.-bu
Th 'Rebeis bounced back be- D'AclIte t Indian .
foel the" blU ended to pOl a-
bhead, [ to 7, on the strength of Th East-W&Wt uWab went:
earbat's passing. Then ft was through 'final I.l yesterday
UCLA's Uiebacker, Don Moom- and both ea0chms weft M fl-
aw, who tied the score for the dent. Biggle Mann of Miohigan
North in the third period, Ilter- State -I eoabig the gast ..
cepttng another Scarbath pass. squad and, lowle Ode1 of .
As time ran out in the fourth, Washingtln the Wes
Scarbath. t r I e.d a desperate
fourth-down lmble a was Northeastern Oklahoma Is a
Snipped for a 15-yard loss...and one-touchdown (six-point) fa-'
amuelm turned It into a North- vorite over m1 Housto in" t1he
ern lead with a pws to Bernie Shrimp Bowl. Coach Ken D. -M
Flowers of Purdue, In the end disagrees. He ways: "Several.
zone. Then it was Scarbath ,y- players have colds,. -M
graln, with a loag pass to Jim Housont is at full strength and
Hook of Missouri for the South's should be atvored." '
last and tying score.

After 18 Years, Moore, As Champ,..

Hopes To Get Fight At Garden
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NZA 5 ,.rt Etditor
NEW YOCX 8 IMo. 27'-Arehie
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neans It wIhez be"t-y*- he'll be a
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He could use a payday. He was Ar&.lW AQT A PE-a
lat broke only tWO years WajO,, &
vhile he has made as many
a 15 starts a year,. he hadn't The rags'prt of the Moore
averaged $15,000 for the l 4 stoty 1be9 n witte aua .. '.
has had to opetate a chlIJd sichly' diers th.
hack in San Diego to m W1. newest
nds meet. He fought Mm K,ave high sc
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Cut Out For
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F OR T KOBBE. Defending
their Panama area Armed Forces
.b ulU champi uship with a
.t:i4 that rosters only one regu-
' from last season's title win-
n*te the 33d Infantry diamond-
We, 1953 edition, have their
VbAt cut out for them.
Only ace right fielder Corporal
AkX Renfro, who thrilled Pana-
,Al'aresa fans with his dazzling
0.eed and cannonlike throwing
together with Private First
Jerry Shepherd, reserve
r, and Private First Class
d Nowicki. utility infield-
back from the 33d squad
tcopped Its last 14 games in
A w. w Including a two-game
ff sweep against Albrook
or the titlp, and wound up
t a 24 won and three lost nsa-
sw record.
After three weeks of practice
Fott Kobbe Coach Lieutenant
Ol, .Durst, who. handled the
Infantry Regiment team at
liDix last season, belleve his
teaot will be strong in fielding,
o tt on the mound, a
to ark at bat, and mayI
somewhat from Inexperi-
esnI when it opens its Panama
.,championship defense Sat-
j FJa. 3 against the 50sth
Artillery Battalion at Fort
's Rencher Field.
tenant Durst Is counting
ate Daniel Porter, center
who played with theI
anooga Lookouts ef the
SAssociation to team
wit Renfro and give the Infant-
potent outfield. In left field
te Plem Varney and Private
Class Eugene D Gneu are
Z g & battle for the position.
33d Infield shapes up with
Ita lefthanded Private First
ass Billy Bell at first base; Pri-
.Vn Jimmy Rushing at' second;
poral Juan BUaa t short-
atpk and Private Earl Martin at
Bonilla is a standout field-
erd hitter who was slated to
for the Ban Juan Senators
ePuerto Rican professional
league prior to his induction.
Vjwhn played Class D ball for
seasons.
d the hill Durst has right-
ders Private Firsat Class Clar-
E. Felke, Privates Tom
& er, Canto ltubino and Lar-
17 Young, Shepherd, and Ser-
gnt Miguel Torres, a lefthand-
Wwho pitched for the 1950 Ca-
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Title Defenej

In the AntlHes. An added lift
be given the pitching staff
Lieutenant Joe Wfldox, 3A
fantry Special Ser"viM
and an experienced Arny
works his right arm into.
tion.
Private Kenneth W. I.al.. I
Corporal James Cral )
reipo lties behna
sergeant tirst Clas Oa
lo-Santigo, Panaman S
welterweight boxing
and all-around athletemlw
In that department when V'l
turns from leave in l at
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Corporal Miguel A.c
and Private First
Troutt, 33d basketballad60
ball star, will support tii
while Private William
backs up the outfield.
the 33d squad are: Prim
Class Leonard Nowickl, .
Ruff, Richard Murphy,
vate Charles Hodge and
Oloefriddo. Private i.rt
Ricehard Tschlderer is t amm
ager.
News of one of last
tars wa. received thits at
Fort Kobbwe whea Joe W
second baseman on the
piounsbip club,. wrotW'..
that he was weundell'
bullet in his right ..m
with the 85th Inma
in Korea recently.
Torres, now convalscing
Puerto Rico, that he Nilbe
to use the arm ag2 for tb
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captain and the only eS 'WM
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I On Debts Of


$12 Billion

WASHINGTON. Dec. 27 (UP'
-Russia and its Communist
satellites have balked at repay-
ing more than $12.000.000.000 in
American debts, a survey reveal-
ed today, and there is little the
United States can do about it.
The Communists have refused
to settle huge wartime lend-
lease accounts, pay for surplus
property, repay loans, make
good on bonds, or compensate
thousands of Americans for
seized property.
Russia is by far the worst
offender, but the bad debts of
the satellites are substantial.
Figures made available by
government agencies show that
Russia owes more than $11.396.-
300,000 on lend-lease and other
bills.
Poland owes $439,000,000: Ro-
mania $167,000,000; Chinp $107.-
000,000, and Czechoslovakia
$141,000,000.
Some of the countries have
made a few token payments. But
for the most part they have
chosen to welsh on the debts,
and in the present international
situation the United States is
powerless to force them to pay
Ug.
The Communist states have
assets of only about $33,000.000
in this country.
The biggest single Item is a
517,000,000 Czech steel mill
which the United States has
refused to deliver to the Com-
munists.
Russia has a mere $2.100,000
In assets here: Romania $5,-
700,000; Poland $3,100.000 and
Czechoslovakia $600.000.
The Communists now are
keeping just enough dollars on
hand to maintain their embassy
and consular staffs.
Russia's lend-lease debt of
$11,000,000,000 accounts for most
of the total bill.
After years of off-again-on-
again negotiations, the Unit-
States offered to settle with
the Kremlin for $800,000,000
and some ships. Moscow would
Wit skree.
Iron Curtain countries have
seized $472,.300.000 in American
business and private property.
S. Individual Americans and d
companies also are out about a
q-arter of a billion dollars be-
S Sgause the Communists default-
- on bonds.

7000-Ton Frelghter
'Adrift And Helpless'


Seuthwest Of Azores
NEW YORK. Dec. 27 (UP) -
The United States Coast Guard
said today the 7,000-ton freight-
er Archimede lost her propeller
*Nd was "adrift and helpless"
0 miles southwest of the Azo-
S Ires.
They said a radio message had
been broadcast requesting any
vessels in the area to go to the
aid of the ship.
They added the radio message
has not been answered thus far.
A message received from the Ar-
* chimede said the freighter had
lost its propeller and was adrift.
The ship asked for "immediate
assistance."
The route and destination of
the stricken vessel were not
known. Lloyd's register lists the
Archimede as a Liberlan vessel
operatingg out of Bayano, South
America.


TWENTY-EIGHTL YEAR.


CHICAGO, Dec. 27 (UPI-
Christmas holiday traffic deaths
soared to more than 400 today
as the nation headed toward an
all-time record casualty toll on
the highways.
Fatalities on the;nation's high-
ways were occurring at a rate of
about one every. 10 minutes.
With the four-day holiday lit-
tle more than half over, a Unit-
ed Press tabulation showed 360
traffic deaths, three fatalities in
plane crashes, 35 In fires and 46
in miscellaneous mishaps for an
overall total of 433.
Ohio led all other states with
30 highway deaths.
Ned H. Dearborn. president of
the National Safety Council,
warned that "we are heading for
the biggest and ugliest traffic
death toll ever piled up on any
holiday in the history of the
country."
He estimated that in addition
to the dead, highway mishaps
have injured at least 2,500 per-
sons.
"American casualties on the
Korean battlefront for the past

Farmers Advised
To Help Wild Life
COLDWATER, 0.. (U.P.' -
Wild life will benefit to the e-
ventual benefit of farmers, if
the latter are not too thorough
In reaping their harvests.
This suggestion was set forth
in a message recently sent Its
customers by the farm equip-
ment division of the Avco Ma-.
nufacturing Corp,
"Modern machines and mod-
ern harvest methods make
hardships for the wild life on
our farms," the message said.
"The modern corn picker, whicn
scarcely misses an ear or ker-
nel, leaves slim picking for
for birds and animals.
"Farmers who wish to pro-
tect wild life and provide good
hunting for themselves an d
friends can save animals by
'cutting corners.'
"The idea is to cut diagonal-
ly across the back corner of
each field you harvest to leave
a natural shelter and a little
store of feed for your own
wild life.
"The bushel or the forkful
that you waste is more than
paid for by the warm feeling
that you and your machine are
giving a break to game already
hard-pressed from every side."
But Of Course
GREENSBBURG, Pa. (UP) -
Tradition got a black eye at a
children's home here when the
kids were asked what they
would like for their Thanks-
aiving dinner. They rejected
the conventional turkey in fa-
vor of cheeseburgers and bana.
na splits.


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PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, DLCUMIEB 7, 1952


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week have been 33 killed and 182 directed in advance that an all- tively little bad weather, at
wounded and missing," Dearborn time high of 590 persons would holiday travelarq to t.-toe
said. die on the highways from 6 p.m. highways in heajy pu t
Christmas Eve to midnight Stun- The ream of ot
"Our boys in Korea are fight- day. was part of a gqnerl h V
Ing for their country arid a pria- of Chrlstma travel that se
ciple," he said. "What are we The present record of 555 records for some airlines: a
fighting fur on our highways-- deaths w s established last railroads. .
the right to get there first re- Christmas, despite snowy weath- The -heavie -ineldenco of
gardless of whom we kill or er in many uecojIM Ithat tended death may dtoS today and'to,
maim?" to discourage travel.. mBrrow when those who tnad
The safety council had pre- This year there Was compara- Journeys for the.holiday bead-
homeward
The nation also established a
-. new record of 8586 total'casual-
ties last Christmas. In. addition
to the 56 traffic deaths there
were 111 fire. fatalities and' 0o in
iniellanqbus accidents..
Thi ear. firet and .n'*ellan-
us deaths appearedr to be run-
ing rather light.


AbutEach Okr

BERZEY, Calif.t UP.)-
In the privacy of the- home, a
nan and wife mas frequently
disagree on many questions, but
ntversitv of Qal fornrfll* ycho-
tve found tough!
ity rofopinlon etts a-i
t.sexes'rggrilinI
N. th .


ETHEL SMITH who loves all kinds of musical In
gets in a little practice with a guitar.


Versatile Ethel Smith Adds


RP Tamborito To Repertoire


"Nobody has heard of Pana- will step aside in. s otf f
may's lovely music," complained sparkling, r is q ute s
blonde organist Ethel Emith af- whose gay mnuIlc. 4'
ter a few days the Isthmus. The hotel cdt sJj
8o now she's petfared to Intro- church organ so
duce the cunibia and the tarabo- French petticoatsuMiuhi
rito to an unsuspecting Stateside shoes might not bw.e ff
audience, the audience. -
Come Jan. 11. when Ethel Is Thev've*eals h "i
scheduled to play with the Dallas with mirrors, ftneo
Symphony Orchestra, the versa- with Esther Williams&Mt!jn
tile virtuoso will give an illustra- Beauty," people
ted talk on PanamA's melodies hfr finORwodrk t
and rhythms. two mirrors w .g
one of the hol h'
Meanwhile, she's hunting for will be dulyiut
the composer of "Griseldl."-a mal ht.
local tune she heard Angela Jaz. Ethel, who's rea
one's orchestra play. It ticklqd hn to make music
fancv. and as a result. wl ht it hand, hasw
nubltshed by the Ethel 8*Mth Instruments fh
Music Corooration. as soon as tll world. A Nig
tunester agrees. He's som erne looks like a e
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heard. frm the 16
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