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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00272
 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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00272
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Pan mUania wor er a the Ca-
nal Zone." -
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O 2 Crash

(UP) Ernest aef O
of the World's g
wrlors, and h
without ur a
'back to ,cI,
55 year -O 1 y
his fourth wife orI
Welh ofl
plae Saturday w
jga expedition In u
Mwehison Falls.
plane was
eaIed and the
1 rescued by a la
tourits f ro
=trday. .' -.
oa were brou o
.' e asors o Lak
the jungles of Cen-
h re they board mou
Which crashed- .E.urn-
nh ~ ate t kof t.

Eisenhower Unveils

Housing Program

WASOHI TON, 26 (UP)- costing loess than $8000. Congress
PrZ. = Iaenhto today rec- .should also author consrue-
enenea housl proram to Lion of 140,000 unit of ,pubUc
broies lcation... units a year for four years.
-me Othle cla eaons in- 4. Minority Groupi-Steps will
p "taand threerecommen- be taken to see that fa e in
i9 AU were bofr spelled out minority groups'displaced ar city
3O& Y development will have a "fair
'G:twrSSwill world on some of opportunity" to get adequate
te details ad Mr. E-housing.
-h*,* submit later reor- Mortgage RevisionB-ous-
au la. i ng administrator will recom-
Th -ifbroad repommenda- mend changes in National Hous-
SAct with a scale of mortgage
1. roaden the Nation-, ceing "more re call" re-
al I Act to make loans latedto increased cost of single-
and. for rehabilitation of family and multi-family struc-
sal alums and .-elimination tures and fcr cooperative proj-
of able area. e, ects.
S1 6' 6. Government Guarantee -
of $050,000,000 would Broadened authority to cover ail
Sfilable nimecd tely from ;oans insured by the FRA and
.aixt.ng. authorizations. Addi- guaranteed by the .Veterans Ad-
to authorization will be re- ministion It would permit ad-
o .dte4 as the prog ncreas- justments in maximum interests
b.k Co.ngress f $5,000,000 ratew and loan-to-value ratio.
SIn a grants and maturities. This will be dis-
o0: M naBl r com- eussed in his economic message
'bein n on an ~.
pu Conser- '7. Secondary Mortgage Markct
a Mazimum pmissible -The Federal National Mortgage
laor insurance and loans Association (FNMA) has sub-
bn tI homes should be stantial frozen Investments in
Sble to thoae jr new guaranteed and insured mort-
would edd pol-, t aes not readily salable in the
y w avors purasi o private market. FNMA to be re-
iaerw on i against httlea. organization to require users of
[nclBase te maximuni HAoa'o It to invest fu n ds on a basis
orepal and modrnfzst on which eventually would permit
ab2 t $3000 and reB lull retitemest of government
Xf tiA frem thr years t fro i dary aorta e

House Co


Chairman i

Replacement YiL

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Heariags before the House Merchant # i
mittee oin hh Booz, Allen & Hamilton wage 4ia
report er.being delayed tempordrily due t Otwj l
of the c ittee chairman. *.
Howi.; .Munri, legislative representative eK
merican Fr ratio of Labor unions, obw it W
has notified the CLU-MTC here, that 'pA
Weichel (R'.hio), chairman of the committee w
slateI .to c,-f the "eafinos, has beent,hospit
.ha not ,yet pointed a temporary chairman lo

Meanwhile the wake differential report hearing.
being held up until an appointment is made.
Munro stated It is rumored that they can continue to
that Weichel may not be retura- tion. .
,nm to the House due to ie-ser.- ,Allen visited the
ou.ne ss c b ines1 ,,. -Oetobw tei r two
It is 04c that t rank- which tnme he metg
InrRe W blicWThor .lefson the U. Ottizen a
(Wash) may name ..O4 an" talked wit Csanaal..
rar atrota l O t
el., ahas co At

|CanalZone. .
what apparently was a re-
ace -to the USCA, Rem6n
Md that newly-appointed R*.
omic adviser Peter Beam
iftger and services
rbe used ft the detri
meticjns in the Canal .
s. Longmoresaid today .a
A memiheraW '"has never-t



The organization has indicat-
ed it believed there is "l10
basis" to institute action against
him, Mrs. 'Longmore stated, but
there has never been any dis
cusisln rbout his "detrimental"
effect on U.S.-rate workers' fu-
"Oiur statements must have
been miiurderstood," she add-

Ives 3 Orphaned
Three young Amnerican chil-
dren wee orphaned today with
the dOtWh early this morlng ot
their father. Charles German, an
electrician who worked for the
Pedro Mjguel Locks. He appar-
ently died of & heart attack.
Mr. German, who was a wid-
ower. lived alo with two 9f ni
three small children in house
213-B, Pedro MigueL When he
wad suddenly taken Ill early this
morning beheent his six-year-old
daughter Marion to the Pedro
Miguel police ation with a-n te
sak i that an ambulance be

a reported on the sent to he house.
Ot f u to Increase
to" rretd local-rate The 48-yea -old electrician war
of te Panamam Canal. unconscious when the ambulance
, -msed by the House arrived, and died en route to
enatives last week. Gorgas Hospital
saia the C0o would His wife, Marion. died of,polio
the fight in the Senate in 1061. three weeks after the
t aome extent the re- birth of her third child. charles.
pay of wortv. who The boy is now living with the
i their lives the fathes asiter. Mr s. George
thUJnlted Sates and Greae, In South Portland, Me.
Uce of theFbnama Artngem ts are being mae
for te daughter and four-year-
who introducd Vlee bd son John whe live in Pedio
AttL-.JW a w 4 Mi lel to be met to members of
e poll X- the faaly tInt U N laie.
S on Born la Columbia. Connecti-
a tot.lwee t ddaM, t. Mr. GermuIfah worked fur
ot aff ratee P ftDam C organization
S4 aew. salce 114 w4hea he was emplo-
a r i W ie- ed ad a wirean In the Electri-
eam.. cal divipton. He has been em1-
aioyed mot of the time with tUe
gcted that Jan. 24 Loto divion alm ce 1946, and
o daowin la La met lnis service has been on

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Cruise Passengers

Off Four Uiners

Invading Isthmus
Several hundred tourists will
be invading the shore of Pan-
am& and Clc6n, today and to-
Among the ships. w h are
now docked at w tatare the
Stella Polars, which uafll at .
p.mn., and the Un'i ed 1 "Co.
vessel Chiriqui, v ,lUch I. &d
t leave theae shores at mJ.

Tomorrow will mark the flst
trip here of the new edish
Amer ic an Liner Riumgdblt,
which is scheduled to arrive In
Orstobws at 530 Sm with a
full-load of tourists. eDntAn Bad
Co., agents tar the -
I dp. which was built n d,
Aid the hp will leave Wedn
day for HYana, after eGompet-
Ing a i4-4dt CarMbeM raise.
and thef fmUim to' MWetg

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)Ibae wAAci k~ot badly
aH0et 6 0 qsaIE "There was
o K humani life, but mix
Seemts wereprawlingK a-
round t places.
SJude said he mat refuel-
inl stop at. teb and was
old the. Hemlngwy' esmsa
onopla a b T A n ssmn
.I.ce noo "b Jan. it.

musng. '.
"I knew I carried a small ra-
dio and had reported Ita posi-
tion aro t three miles west
southwest ,otf Murchison Falls.
Ssaware bush fires extend-
ing for fire mile raging i the

"I' went down to around 200
feet an satisfied m f that
one. On.a closer ook I saw t
was not .ery badly 4dmaed.
"There wa nol sn of human

"Ozly th* rndercvrrge of tho

that Heml uwy -and bisi

lane d ein a most dangers
Jude added there was "nw
Pgn of fixe om the plane

wrekage, ".no tres knocitqn
down. no vn lt h ground damaff

and It lookedasw IT the pEM

bout 400 mltes northwest of the
anowy peak of Kilimanjaro,
which the wite-erded He
ingway immortalized in t
short stor Th aSnows of 1-
manjar. te ler w made a-
to a motle.
SBemlngwa was touring Afri-

hiM wife and a magazine photo
he authors first story l the
trip appeared in Look Jan. 2r It
washich an animal travelogue which
dealt with bT ga oe hunting o
the area he made famoause
ears ago hiis "The 0 r e en
of Afri. i A"
"L U Hprotectorate is
famed for the lioms, rhinede
ran, enLhants andt hvipe w
tami whde roam its jungles and
the p i ear the up nr ile.
SMurecho Falls ttiee is en
the lower oia Nile. ce of

S d0U6tsnig dictate .
llnsefamles. 8.Rom
i mehob r was not spec- Housingr
l iI-the Its-expect- the "lot
ed t for plmentai of as low Home JP
as W. aown' and mortgages ization i
rupitb 'Into 490Wears on houses er.

we s nowwwrsv au u. ma i--
piaw sn of Fedtseral tae frhi i-
4vtitese Reorganite tion.
11 knit" Housing and According to ,tMuirl the. c Tn-
Mee Agency. Reorgan- ntrde is.. expected to urge an
a to be submitted lat- iummSeiate appointment of a
temp 4ry chairman in order

Jitter y State Department


WASQTG rJan. 25 (UP)-f
State officials gulped
today_, hoping to
c ,a')f jj'... over the pos-
ty b 'coffee prices
Ow., go. even der.
perts. baffed by congress-
on and a "consumers, said
r'Jaext the the should tell
whether j pttp l go higher.
WoHeaven Zeus all ifethey
t t one wrrie
ujMor officials sai,

e-~roWng cotrles while the
next crop is frmning on the
Tle State Dpartment is in
the middl. os fe coffee price
because ofthe ire of Amer-
coffee d ers at paig
ad h apartment's ,Ol6
.ps reahenslve

ate BraZi, CO-
.uc .-, rd coffee-pro-
-maim i CON
p cLt in Amertican
m. be.hifted to otherI
of" expert d. and pricesm
thet c oulgo mncb higher than
the vera otl.ot a pound.
The Rhode island Retails
rosers AssoaKmon was report-
50 peroeaW drop in coffee
W. Oeorge IAlken (R., Vt.) f
etI led oan Atftricaw A&udrink l
aaHly Instead of f
cifenlan egtf foree prices
Another eaBman ad- 1
jvvzomm oednesdays."
Have introduced i

to a phe ntattet

m-Price Coffee

"A ;'go.ne nos Irnia.
Alien w wher e te
Allen and Hamilton11'"
In the process of beft go,
the qetionnaire .,th .
ed. He ld employe ta
lower the return orn re B
guessing- congressmen
to do,' and urged .te ma
of employee to fill out
USCA members who" el
commented that the: "we,

.ed i.

Anorl JackiI

Inslead Of hukwl

'ee second p
light hunter to be t1
week In thsak 0rft
te Polzt Was. hosp*i^

the ht, anuzad
Last week 2
i r oile I
wete h e1t h'
gaite Poitu -tO. -
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ci; :l

A PL5ASING SIGN Oallard Kell, owner of aA Indianapolis,
Ind., cafe, paints a sign on his window advertising coffee at A
cent a cup. A customer. R. D. Zdwards, smiles his delight at
feeink such a bargain. Kelly is fighting a price war with a drug
store, much to the pleasure of Indianapolls coffee drinkers.

The present price boosts ac-
cording to the State Department,] A V D Cfi
were prompted by severe frosts,""5J E U
which damaged millions of cof-
fe trees in Brazil, the world's SM S FIrm
largest source Brazil supplies ir m
bout 60 percent of the $1,300,-
M0,000 worth purchased annul- INEW YORK, Jan.
y in the United States. Armny and Air Fore
Recent surveys show that ad- changes will continue
tiofnal .for mgner fee for five cents a c
Ifee d a vir ter what happens to
auetki -f reserve stocks r- coffee consumed bVy
led oVer from previous years, chief of the Army an
haiuMers haie made h ,ea7v wxhange service said
Maently to avoid
bi"eI S& ome housewIres Haj. Gen. Edward
1e repeat' to have purchased abo 75,000,000 cup
"I many as 25 pounds durian a -...i ,, ,i,.,,- ,

25 (UP). -
e post ex-
e to sell cof-
up no mat-
the price of
Civilians. the
d Air Purcee
I today.
IH. White
i of coffee

, ,in UA ina an naE opmwrU
afetias and muck bea every

nildnlkbt, a
walked a 5

ing fot' gan
noise. Trnu
said he t
of an anm

aWaru ar nu&man,
found he had; -t

Teen-A0e Paioi
Put On ProbotLMi
For Screen Th
Two teen a s
boy who stole ugv
$15 this
a 3S-4aylutI
md placed a one

b) -"We will cone to provide A
bl x4Mce cups Of quality coffee. I
Is ne ai we have In te t ut."
* Wite saL d.

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Sprcasing power In
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Mm,. me v a9 s 0 To 2afsc By VICTOR RIESEL
wan NOurlS. sM AYANCfef 30 I OC
-geV eflag a avaur.a. _n Sm'Very cleve-: people, these S o-
vietized Chinese. 'they can start
15 YOUR P0RUM THE READERS OWN r** UMN a bank without money. And run
******-'--- it wit:bout gold or sliver bullion
[reserve. Just with opium, id That.
'u, t M A h rB They btock up on the doe and
.J -then issue paper money backed by
t E A i t the heroin min their warehouses.
Some of the "junk" reaches our
**d a ea o S aon open forum fr rmanders of The Penamo A sao. We L Coast, and the Chinesa banks
ae renm vensgrefullya end are handled in e wholly conti- which started without real amen,
er pulse evt'hually get our Amerieaqd.cA
e ahft p letter e i e uStl a 4ilenlt it doesn't appeal the M rs.
at ors e published s the order remeived. No less an authority than r
m try I kep do latlerm ited ** e paep l Federal Narcotics chief, Harry A
r uextry f keepa thee Ite liitepd to ean pag s length s linger, has tol d Mat 503 ci
of letter writers ls, held In strictet confidce. linger, has told mic that s -
ws o repibit'f tateets as opiios h e heroin on which the Chee
------- ,heavily for foreign exchange shows
: up in the U. S., chiefly in San
DID SCHOOLS PUT THE BITE ON NON-CANALERS? Francisco, Los Angeles ad other
parts of California. Not too much
t in Tophet has got Into the officials of the Canal Zone of it filters through to the Ent
Most of it is brought in by Chi- ,i

r dependshs of non-Canalers was apparently settled legally. Some of the brutal doe" 4
A I rcallthe Congress of the United State itself looked in- has come in Utraugh the mail -
.h m matter. After a rumu..the tuition schedule set up was post office lock b oxes clrented In .
hem fs eap, but at least Io te within the general range of co'nmeous tCres.nt han re prdasi
Sto iea y .congah -recoed that Ameict s it v in a o ulties." It has been dist-a *ld* tt
cneountry (Panama)lshould not have to iay an exorbitant pac ped from he Far East-aS
oh to give their youngsters an American education. since it in pure heroin, it has
Congress recognized too, the educational.value of admitting s, b rough Tae sume
d of non-US parents -- Panamanians and others to Te narcotics trade is thooke- .
schoplsatareasonabler .tothe Soviets' currentadelugian ofD
can schools at a reasonable rate. the world with gold dug by ave
Apnd now comes the Canal Zone pohoolautbaorities and hikes lab or battalions under MVD suaer- ,
Tuition without advance notice in the middle of the school vision.
hir. muttering some such excuse increased oost.1. This Is revealed by a labor chief r. .,a ..
The school people owe we outlanders some kind of an ex- most of us respect hnd regard as
2anataon for this high-handed action. Our family can afford the AFL's intellectual lender. He 4 e
e extra $1a month.-bit se people can't. With us Its Is thte slim, wing-collared Matthew -' 7--' a ,-
g le. i k M IWoll, first vice president of the ....
i-fle. o Irritated arenta IAFL and president of the Federa-ate ". .
dion's Free Trade Union Commit.
118" tPri01eavlitt ni PW executive secretary. It is this cano- "
Popular Songs inittee which has spread a net. -
work of anti-Communist agents

a-d acaeter 0 r ro Iral: .of nd o nesia oathc td A ustralia wB ound i T y d,
"--- Marie" hair cafe front in Paris, In the jngl the A st w ath hnd

Bgn 1Ptr ba 4eAcu t ofx I ndonesia, o. gon hc ebe rig i s he thI strttaslof oitteae he rd ea y, ae
senil 7 Site of the that, "More than 10 provinces,
TaJMahal clear across northeast to north. -
t Educator west China, are w'k ing at fevepr- ATE eAUSTRALIAB UND-. ed Sr Shanghai 1o1, wi sh a't MsrM Vi etoriA Wiiams, ag o
leo Josiah ab speed cultivatg o pium,. he Iumfi as of the igI ies know tha twewdo and'ope vt td lyo, who bs'a
b r oat et9 Fleeciness M Tse-t ung dictatorship has or.-ona ship tof -di I stroal. Toeond are set Iad o the sip rea igh .ienth o Whel .
30 Trydn4rinesraelsdared every Chinese farmer to wset 50 e as n o a yd os r Y D= epb i s Then a I, a rdei
sad 1030 Try 46 srael's oI ahecnd a on'oand&obedient,"fun

28d aar p 4 | I R e part of his land for p raisingmooes ieae f set eaed drss myra. is w ah oso y tong. an e has "s eyatio re d oe dn
|1 Lubi1 16 Pronoune 1 Persiantmaket Nesteds king opium poppy. TheRed govay- which I've been riding, is o ex- the Italians in Ertira wn he tard, healthy, s nd i
andEvd 33Pthias' 48oen s bemient then toakestheentire atcrop ctilitl a a*aLp 33After h lay s capitui t ohen been sb to psychia-
1 Balloon car 2 Evade 33 Pythas' 4 "Lavender at a very low price, wnie is dl ,o a is s r o thi i apded e ner eenam sel ,

i,,nt 22 IV e eh re o a The a bright Joined a partisan band an .made. Tr, even soe e
t Zsmntlal 2~ fritioend and old n'f by decree, although the original .ad girt ci 61 ydats Who rolled a rather private wa 0on3 t. Ger. t eirprau et
being preiptation 35 Urfa's ancent One who li arrangement offered to the In mans. e wascaptured as- tsad ha
M priest 425ormerly name W atnt was that the planter would herusiansd dien omal when sbe ione, ad o toa He i tely
ken 2 Metal 40Mke certain 51 keep TO per cent and the govern-w years" ad ha n a who sew.e ances eary wn, eSpe tei y when uald aor tbrames p.c
26 MakIng 43 Speed Turner ment 30 per cent of the crop" ro t o

Bucket,' oo beof r2 oshes a"Thus has the uPeiping ream r sthe globe, for ftu. hS You. h iderte i. \ aea r istoe.awm o onwer,
t e 8a r it bi h ts eigerettei ndb drinks Mar-ntils was pun e out. and e h has calo ne ao1 a1j a
Otherwise hEat wa 45 Flavor 55 Human been able to gather a huge quCnti- tin and shakes A wicked hip in rhea he ea r e issue on uths ad spol but ahis e o
lmltion n ty of opium and maonipu late aits rumba a d lanks of a ei- ao,. tu4a r dprot em anbt attemta o f i,
lang taol s B ul-"i ale in the lt it pnhas onket n etlve h ot' tro "e a "i e ewi'h coul. e .r waVictoria, .,te s

ShespMa dtaosia. ee mishe. Irafor wthe IIeeeIt lare toioe ahad hteehn t-7e h p
.bottle needs so of oil id- 'u e As to'l t itetec e ttt sk vtee Acopu t.d
Sled .hi on some of t i I t~a hdathe ratA lady who has lemft 1 l0y afliv two in ek w on te

*Lat eles trif saalS s r wh' Thespuet ance p th totse.Fah
"Tin sIsona0 t muedinst o the so i to-kea gea oe aors- af hao s the o ham T pt ar bale frmtho
called the Ir'w- neda sec and osilt.This si for seret mrr*: Shedoe s n eot-cOnfide dotes sot ap s A"
son of Labor yoes rFeon a afto;. Father* told Mother to what this sorrow may be, but from b iamy.
Son Witnoe r um g of atn lkel ahis. on sppe ant; he d be r c t the symhtof s it wo appear tr hate e had eow s d t

theince shi oi ts en r He comer ami ghtr ekk- r sihe gII nt rably. ha0edowi.tle hntishr
aoth e o he un omug years later. They took h to that e lve now resides In it migt end
:*..............* nist conspiracy e na nesla and wn where hs 'Wormed th he Ia y while se *os bomre o aus- fair lady's u but she sole
TosJapan. P .irut l rly ih r e Jpo on,.has was ok lnm ad of at men trags.. problem bl y td o flf0i
amh Of : I thbe lsMapn o dPaticltatrso p ben lavish near. I believe he got to be a We have the Jewish couple from with one stor, ltevisng the othe
"thexodictartorhi been sh pre fgood Israrl who have left Israel too one hie his teeth on the shfp.
uha n itsr expendture of o n a
.the for corrupting and subverting the to Autralia to live, beesuftte But ae daut line coqured
H race" leaderho somea of the most m-There I rtheredheded Russian man is wearyof fihtin. He has his emotion and powis ci
en ions. 1d.,wh .Is"apys has the .m my- been Iti* ft m since 19M, five strenuously, cheek Io chte, ...
o s the Cmnistae, ande acute sead 1sickam ess t whiht he spent in the another damsel.
fo"InrIndones.a.the Caontrod Loof t heoul lke g reat many old-e has acute era. These pIople are culled from the
arhoBse leadership consists of open ashione ussians. She and thks mioal-hest, due to brass- first class. etee int, e
nord -- -o d -,iagodeea agents iof the artendt t Willitam, were friend. butaf 1al has 800 peopleIni where the

1n -been a, asof: p up tranha. Wee pi cmaxe axis, has recently Far tdis e te ihav MaterHughe. an real atie on takes place.
eonr 2awbt .to. extend its influence
theocLnse fr the undermining and t rVte
"t "ak desttuc relVt e the republic largely
trough the. heavy expenditure of
., '. -... ... iStri kope V o funds.e .-,

representative in Tokyo. And Mr.
WIll says bluntly, "Without the .
sale of this narcotic, Chinese Com. WAUUNGTO$ (NEA)-When eamhnt In on a labor dispute this Weeks and his advisers A'1Pl0t
munism could never have won the e~et apalsngs s so Ps- ei l. It uweid run aouter to the made another attempt to
positp'Cand influence it has won, deot.-i b s pro p iden d *uilua collective bar- M .
Aiesalas .iU of a amea Irm e s r et-HemuI.Tat-H a-di sa to eent andslabor. Tleoyhelhe td been sumenehtda
lars worth of these sales bolster o Pauteothel e ste vruhtn p have roken om se
the 3hinese eonomy and some of win helaM n po seao t to d MMthe Pre aideVt's of tese
Its. baks. This relieves the.earrific His e ;wrivse over Ala. wham grievances are put was A mae pe1 at the
a re onRusiea, which needs the most eternal of the Pies- it. 'tag--as they would havetto point i aposal. This. i
Trhate X e itself right now. ident'spl oda This is fot a' be 'etbulot-the grev niala some of t
wimtes i dumping of at least -
Wi goldonlondonvdreno ent- mly at secret vsn.w Mtarae to be answered on the Do4 a- hCongress to e
S0,000,0 -nod in Lononn dur- of employes o aecen a of the u.poefa d brought up. That n ie Wle thing as a patkj (bea
M.Wai is c gfor.a world emp'nye anrwhther or meltI ess freedomato bargain and The original draft WegAt e.
cottissgenral alendo an Aomn- not there be a strike. tdV a- a lent on eompromisee had maoe ciearat Be rm
coaent bnin particeula, n a i As a loyal member of tbe eb- m. posed Vote of theeoyw a be t

M onthiso iet, Seoe dMitchell wi.l be Sl' igt sa flu over how thse of toC any trike acd begi
"Thsi -dripng e-la bound to u the Previdqnt's eae S ho i- ge to toe Psldet's 'a e Hstoith use ichae thi t
bar goldb houl ber rejectd, program. h a u already an- mwsh r Cnges, and why t the fna draft sand spied n
boycottd blIbanned from the d.nounced IpUhaipl that since this Is ws o yheee, can time t bl the vote. Thus 11 Los
world i ,",.Mr. Woil demand- the Pce ideant'a e program., e- now he pretty wall atns enely further gum-up on the popsasL

Hetdisac ttin Malle enkv s tpenleat 10 cns oa a, mou. ItLn We. r ive r' New en was & deliberate aMtmpttc
l t ve- we o pro- Yr 'e 's leadal state lm i genial s

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e immediate rve yea, it
$. s than a yeara Tody ._. ueed e
't believe a a re
I.does 6 eve tCaC Z ."The
trin of states' rights, so loul Vated 't e
pramed a yetr ag, tes Lg Iear7
a cure-all for ve at
IKE AND ECONOMY On foeiffm a
he can .ne d
with anathema as e d a ngmore t
ago. e wifing to t titb bo ovets-
In?.g z wdamnsa: toe
he isa w yf trat m.
of thas daiilf as Ok"

eall that it take& a ', t
to halt a buiess MA
starts . Ikej s tir*eat t

other 0
o. the w. reace, once ea to eg almost e -
bThe J a. ibak- from
er Ad tration, norhy of d
tary Geork Humphrey Bu- o Secrity Cimeiil to maem a
et Director Joe Dodgstill re ajor decision on ra ." ho
Like's close s, but he doesn't resident still loses his teo
follow their eCe as sth a still chews out his stafstmll
merly . Sometlnes the C f to delegate authority. It is these
Executive i, naha ppi n bursts of temper that send u
twee the two-wings office blood pressure as d. won. hio-
famy.- A ton ... but Ike know that h
NEW ADV entire reeer is now inthe e
and is determined that the verdict
MEN AROUND IKE Aman of history wf be fayable .
,had:eF ce; In many respects he d not je
S 'tete |s aniga -olam- ~ithe Presidency, he ad
pletely dependent on the men never been p
around Ttswby i's sg- people real a
nificant at fl advis- In in the
ore hna move #- ity to relax, f
iden ` : tby obtaining pri ^.y ilB
the a a doesn't lik
they are far n shower is'dthi
the ig-biness g partners job he c -also
who, sed to movever m' mined th w a
IsT nd to Augusta fWht .4eIke1 nt (op ethe 11
to the "Georga Whte Hoe,"... date,
8.3Som WiGse _ I-
adt rather tlhan Hera t's 4
.tl.hpt the new f ik li -I
ate olerned' with upp Ike's

mier nubl- r1at5leo' .ahlvlerthm Pro :
Fed motorss; Dr. A ur. W W
liberal head of the Counci co-
nomic Adviaers C, D. J#ck;F, ., Fl. .
former publisher of Fortune Man- )- e M We l1 W 1t0
duine and the m`as wh.-pushed I 4ts naaswhen the Iu as.ud
into the atomic-pool speech; and a .nd cnapir C trial o two
Robert Cutler. Boston banker who min Flor attorneys and
not into the White. House through a coa t'.embeler reoanS
Justice Felix Frankfurter ... This today.-
group is unanimously anti-McCar- It tk for the gov-
thy and unanimously opposed to ernment .ti t its case a-
the right-wing GOP. They are pull. galsat Owens. nOW
ing Ike to get back to the mid- seriyna nr o for esbezzle-
die-of-the-road course where he men% .* rneya John P.
once had the support of many De- B Oh former Repub-
mocrats. liona a for U.S. senator .

gresFional relations is a field that
greatly worries the President At
first he figured he could "good-
will" members of Congress, that
White House luncheons, personal
conversations would keep congress-,
men in line. .Now he is a.W I
man. Nothing but a
successful police, ha.
realize, can k ee
him . and he s
this completely, .
Raowland k e er .
On funneling,pf
Ige sed area
reacted or
sism of Democrat s
F.PesGent was hurt and be


Ville. accused of setting
upVdumn.-corporations to fleece
uovernmentie final wit-
'leen Elis of Port au Prince,
Sf tsified Saturday he was
't become a director of a
bank pan a banana ex-
alnes wbich the govern-
rged the defendants et
to defread Investors,
It the t-ree men order-
to have nonds printed up
I even though "the
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da Jnear here,

n~- *- o ed au
*io *toe r of the m eRinge

a'a hr 13 l t tr a ar b ed room
MLt fre ..lg d y eb wbVl ,aped
eade. A tuqa b intne aner wall

W Bu t n a ded ot aft o er the car. bouncing
1-. 11;APw. Ad o W H 4 an L crashing
Sein .Wo Ie to Cr-f cu knocked the
e tvery M r ft h b h da tih 0 0 frame ho1q off te foundation
evnnery t iv r-, r derao.' r Habh tit- ohaw hev edroom floor and
cone oVqr emegencieLr It created the hipreuuion oa t4much

- i h50 Z t Nat onatol MGuard a nz i a a- vi S n o u with ydramat-
Matoa.c -mrala Se vc en byi c. y a I pm Frida t ceh AeyMab te *ir
i .nitiated r.Aaj t -- rs some 1b.lillfon hawrt

Z/C at ther. Anew RAYMND fN Mnl tom U.t to bname a e
.thn r. e.r i ea end R -- he n ew 4n the field was
caaz p.e Tedy el more swith hydramat-

.ow e e.. a I-re b ad Ma. w ill VM o e ia a .elHd an ar . was FThe Frta G d o. the N Am -Ne g rend de l..t
0 a ,,.K t e r on.c for hit poet the.e. rho n r tea Car g ua n bf e d ahen._ashr c -mat-
d f -h th re veho L -tr Chesar alubeFDwivi by n. cMove Han

day in the Fern Room of the k- 2o, Thirty Firet

M --F- u-erad Services w;Il be conducted by 'cc of und he red.
LuncheofmrV4.urairs -iir0SIWI'NtOW-matic and

-... Lde .. rs M.IAdo e sS ISm nlso a few.oV
.... FRANK RAY...ION. M".I Misa.''lSmmo.n,, h 'r... lph- Thsgmt prcleane n
la t e e am a- b n 'tln Asn
STuesday for the Unite States n Pama with members herTOth
at (.-Lkes Cathedral, AmoR, Canal Zone at rote tS5o Los Anety Calonuea t "o family and friend (U R ThI smal uo thwee n
o at r w by a group of her friends. "V ofter" uke, Ancond s 8to wi aw m eco themarket,

S:e a. ednr ne tw e mloen y meeting u r h onsl te o M0 l t ght to bes a

P u ',.,e,,,. Arthss Si ,or hstb w eieenet s today1Mt at :0 p.m. s Const mte a ul sh
rsTRaAa"h.er."e *'" f ord The abatemDe an of th e aedr iAyr the r aml i tl, and r oun
t ADi9 N l Hn orea cocktail buffet warinied to abo u arrangin tohe gears.

ad rSh w rA Taone duoa r the asAl ot or peopIlethink he' right.0 N
AwbpdOfoA ae aiow bi "l. W it' her u aand Tano man hPMod West t om m With e ow-prced e now fulcl P hi
Thoas.s.sa e t t te ueo Din m eeta' Cu Meet e, w hFon h onwe of our t o t eN.
,eo*lftthsIn0U1d M. s"" d o dney E"' Mwroee t an cars guan Pem o d Mi O'de rs, Julio l ift" cars ar A
*.._.g, dollar showerigi If JRven Satur Cesar Alegria bhv i c Od on

.dlayi iFer. dwRoom oftheae ofao- ,e tly r rn

a~ PrIce Ms. Arthur b olt will-mee today at 7:30 p.m. 1M then ln esepr"
rKs. S .a ei Mrs. CDaniel Hla ise b Ther i frthe ~'ro m t el ol
a fCu. r . the oMve Hasaena
M Fulo sce willorbetncors. ti caacotedmun e Cnlbeitoat- will meet n --e hr a o. r oDo C
hif Lodge A.FA A.M.tor Our IntoeBrotuer FarewellLuncheon n*t. (e1rtemaumReih dDw

Hr s n immonsfo A itme o Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. a0. $1 l
MissRiatr eeta Simmons. Jn Mrs. J utoeopiuatte,pan

TeD.on s hye. ob tobudigetingtineco
pBR^Nc rlis roa.e Fannma b y pSolan Ieq Wainte Dh Mee ing i*1-- eannn folIow-
Tuesday for the United States en P eam wit members f her
+at-At. Luke Cathedral, Amn n W Zone st r. route to Los Angeles, Californiatofamiy and friends. "

otmake her home, was the guestgof" aUd Pmisyoaloa lo nty t alshin

-dy, J ary 26, 194. onorata farewell luncheon, ers a Guildte
atPedroLodge e Friday at E Rancho Garde he ld of the wn to its streetcleaner
b a, .fherf ien r rs. S uselannin ollhs.in tend a ts oIn an economy mos e

regularm onth- PmeetiTusday E eat
Miss Simmons has t beep g mkina at 7:30 p.m. at tahesdtocen of seven Councilmen relinquish
SAO -HOPwheusmefrth va rthD eothothetmIente
ears with her uncle ad aunt, Mr. mood T. Ferro, afthe'o Canal, Ja

ilmed t7:np wlb a t thInhom e ofm e rd_
clu Mrs. Rodney Ely Mr The Pedro Miguel i W oman' d Club od-
S.JaMe AeeMrs.Arthur owill.meet today at l7:30 p.m.I nm, cn so fansuper-
Mrs. Carl Stadler. Mrs. Carl Hoff. Thae wernt of the preor, wdOneweper.
man, JR. Mrs. Geoge Fox, Mrs Union Church for iest e ang r economy dre started
IAllsmewoertseOut1e soltleort-CHEC*
S l Norton Mrs. community are invited toat-
nerMeasn, Mi.mane Sel wl me T esday to help makeuP

The Executive Boardn of theB
," 'ay att7:30i rI pay check. The total p tav-

L'.I"r Dr.1D omtt hywllmonoe, wi ll t ea n of the towns 2,500 red-OUR
h930 a~m. at the hogriam wh sh w.dl t remarked:l"1very nttlebit
'r. -A AuAnemmereof' D AU mem rofthCllgRC
h. re welcoae.
TOM.,,'.raytlor y mattiet w ndlor holdy gvin rtsopeurgusalarr
.+,, . tory.in.planaaingetytereoperatingaafnk"d 0ilaid.l ea

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Some mm.wsk for whisky the first lady of Panama. Osa + Do s.... .,
hope I .Othes the health and welfare work she
ask for W e Horse -n- m and her assistants have been doing
among the aatives in the interior
*60-e best. White Hose towns of the Republic of Panama.
h* t h &ctio -of \ Moving pidura of Mrs. RoamS
-- hkst.s. l m ^C and her party at work will be -
Scoi. i whisky-at itfinst. Soft % shown at the meeting. For Automoebile For
distilling ad b di Miss a ty C e To Meet y
asn naprecites -their wOfsa om t Balboa HeightsI & 1.W
tit Church will hold its regular
Prefe r-.a" moodily moing Thursday at 9:00
a.m. at the Church. Women of all
.ci -rcles of the Church are invited
to attend.
EOSENems Noesw axmadt cEn Club System
made hone in a stop eaier. NW

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between trans At- serves pheasant prepared and
lines hpa become uo frozen at Maxim's, the famous
they are bidding for Paris restaurant. Plans are un-
with airborne ham- del way for installation of grill
nds, breakfast in bel in the downstairs lounges in
souvenir bibs for ba- Strato-Cralsers so passengers
may munch on hamburgers or
hot dogs between seven-course
every airline spanning meals.
tic to Europe and other The airline also plans to equip
serves champagne, every first class pla n e with a
wines, liqueurs and be- buffet wagon, loaded with horj
r cocktails to Its first d'oeuvres and cl'ampagne. The
mRgers at no extra coat. wagons will be rolled down the
provide free drinks main aisle at cocktail time.
ers at any hour of the 'They'll be pushed by white-
t, but most charge Jacketed attendants, Just like
consumed at odd the 21 Club," an airline spokes-
man said.
Among the frills on first class
ors on tourist class flights of KLM, the Royal Dutch
ve to pav for just abo'it airline, are perfume for the la-
including flight bags, dies and gin or brandy for the
rates are so low. men'.
t the luxury flights. Each passenger also gets a
is the limit In more cardboard replica, of an over-
er one. night oagr crammed with candy.
-JLM gives brides pieces of
delft china. Delft also is award-
6Mai AAm ed to winners of plane pools on
U O VI I M the length of the flight, th.
weight of the food aboard or the
I TV Trms speed of the plane.
e s 1For babies there are bibs,
SW and akes are provided to per-
SW ns observing birthdays.
SWSwissair keea its passengers
occupied by providing them with
Jan. 25 (UP)-.A opes of the newest boos pub-
dlwhose plans for Uh in New York.
ding were can- "We always lay on special
they argued over things for babies, too." an air-
lanm said today they line official said. "We hang bas-
iove. out they don't inettes on the backs of seats f0
,*when they'll get mar- mothers won't have td hold ba-
bies in their lape."
STrans World Airlines' luxury
ilegroom-to-be was passengers, whether flying in the
to a psychiatric ward United States or abroad, receive
became infuriated toiletries kits containing tooth-
pert of an all-ex- paste, toothbrushes, shav I l
wedding trip to cream, .soap and deodorant
11J. He wanted to o .. Slipper seek made of wool
or California instead. are provided, for passengers
d Welt still was in who want to take off their
County Hospital under shoes.
S supervision today., Air France'; "giveaway" pro-
he said, "I still love Jo- &gram includes orchids, chain-
'," oaane, perfume scarves, cigaret
lig.. hters antud other "tokens."
ne Buono. the prospec- "I wish we could say we have
e, also professed- he: a very attractive girl there fnr
every m pa0lenger, too," an
ye8, I do still lov.'hi officials s .- But we ate em-
]ght now. he's still in the phasing tpt flight equipment."
L," she said. "So how can '..
at we'l do? Time wi;l g. A

Iuple were to have been i fU -
the NBC television 2 MAKE fRIENDS
e and Groom" Thurs -
progran. sponsors held
me with the pair ahead'
(nd Lold-tnem they would
lot of gifts for their ne'?
d the trip to Princeton
Buono paid Princeton'
,pl rtgh? to her, but Welt
l $e said he would nst
f' the TV ceremony ur.-
Nwere lI ven a bette,
S Ied al her friends had
Wi wteh the ceremoryp
OWlfornia or nothing,
gave him her an- What are some of the things
walker/ out. that make for a good host? A
yesterday, Welt crept heartinessa in tl.e way he wel-
-wno'r home-and tip- comes guests eBHisablty to see
b .droop. There was a that gqests. havo all they want ,
tine*Tor hin---Miss to '"at or drink- without urging
father had traded rooms them. to take more than they
-Be suspected some- want.. Hi own relaxed attitude
tI happen. -that encourage guests to re-
lax His ability to talk when
their leaped from hLi conversation falters and to Us-
bed Welt and called po- ten appreciatively when others
unhappy bridegroor.- talk.
taken to the. hospital, The boua w efpjoy, most are -
r sad.' today he "still the ones Ih, whli e nmap of the
ir tte confused." house. id i wodh beast.

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INTERNATIONAL PAWNS Slavoljub Djurovic gathers his son
Goran, 6, and Srdjan, 4, into hih arms in the Supreme Court
Building in Nevw York City. Djurovic is involved in an interna-
tional custody battle with his wife, Zivka, who wants to take the
children to Yugoslavia. Djurovic wants to rempan in America
and bring the children up as. American cltizenis. .le told the
court that he does not wish to return to his native Yugoslavia
because he fears "certain political reprisal."



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New officers were elected dur-
ing the business meeting. They
were: Chairmdn Mrs. R. C. Ho-
gan; vic hairmah Mrs. Er-
nest e secretary Mrs: W.
W. Pattd" hd' Treasurer Mrs.
Frank Koenig.
Plans for, te.comiog year were
discussed by' those peesent, and
rer.asbsment wpre eryv by Mrs.
)avisqn andrs. W. W. Patton.
Also pre t' were Mrs. Betty
vis, Ms E. B.Grier, s; Ger-
trde PtAton; and Mrs. William
Dixon. '
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,ithianB Rebekcah Lodge No. 1
4p Cristobal Rebekah Lodge No.
a will -hold a Piat installation of
&ofers tomorrow, January 26, at
;00 p.m. at the Cristobal Masonic
Thi s is an open installation, to
which all friends are cordially in-
= aLee N" h Celebrates
Brday AnVeriary o
.Andra 'Lee NaSh, daughter of
ir. and Mrs. Milton LeWNadh, of
Gat=G eelebrated her etlyentb
birthday Anniveary. witta mch-
'nM 4.i ta. n *h f .fami -reni4.


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rid War n. She was the for-
r Dora Soul of Prtoeton,
an. They hav6 onei, e,
it-oaf Barbara Joyce. -.
Wlnlam and "0f ffrt
Sind Boaton after he retuxz-
from the serie and rejoined

oan n private aid I publ
She ad she had done amu
ht power to be a "kind and
tiful and loving" wife to mais
their marriage a success.
Urs. Williams asked "reason-
able sums" for support of her-
self and child, cos of the 8ut
and attorney fees. She said that
Williams i employed "a rs
large sums of mo y.". ao
asked for the use 0f e
home and her husba i -
lac automobile and cu of
their child.
A hearing on the petito, wea
set for Feb. 19.
Mrs. Witams. contact. ,at
her Princeton home, M fted
that she had filed the Vetitli
but referred reporters to her at-
torney who refused any com-
WillIams' whereabouts ,were
not known immediately.
In addition to his hobby ot
bone fishing Williaums also op'
eratem a sports goodss rI- I
Mianmi with golfer Sanmma
Althbpugh nearing the end, of
his baseball career because of hiR
age. Williams nevertheless had
the hotbest batting streak in the
majors going last season after
his return from a tour of duty
with the Marines in KOrea.
He Iaftpected to report to the
Bosto R-d Sox in Sara4ota, Fi.,
next month for another ful sea.

doI- cake, inscribed with happy y Birth-
the day- Andy." .-'
fr c dl' t Halletf, lamo*
MDiT Andiersnn?- aniidl.haoiki-



stranded crew In thai
ed with WamerPhonis
-Central Theatre. The
i airplane fighting fou
background of "sBland

Missing Witness

In Tongay Trial

Expected Back

was assured by a New York at
torney that Peterson would bi
presenL today. The MacFadden
Deauvlle Hotel said Peterawo
was registered Jhere from Apr4
16 to May 9 of It year. The no.
tel said he watched Kathy divi
from the high, tOwer sevara
times before she died May 6.

MIAMI Jan. 25 (UP) The
prosecutor said today the miss- Peterson Is expected to be the
ing "smart Ruy" witness in tne last state witness in the trial
Russell Tongav manslaughter before a jury of-six tMen, fit of
trial would be back in court lat. whom are fathers. They will de-
er today to describe the 33-foot cide whether Topgay Is guilty oF
dives little Kathy Tongay male manslaupher by forcing hi
before she died. five-year-old daugter to lo
highly dangerous diving feats
Gustav Peterson left the t. r resulting in a fatal injury.

for his New York home Satur-
day before being called to testi-
fy. The trial was delayed almost
two days earlier In the week and
Peterson said he could not stay
away from his business any long-
But Judge Ben Willard told his
court: "He's one of those smart
guys and I'll show him what this
court does to smart guys when
we get him back.'-
Prosecutor John Marsh said he

Tongay, a 36-year-old ex-Coast
Guardsman, is expected ti tes-
tify himself and describe hW
training methods in preparing
Kathy and his son, Bubba, f.r
worldwide fame as "aquatots."
Mrs. Tongay, an attractive
schoQl teacher here, also may be
called as a defense witness to
defend her husband as a father
of their children.

as sky-high musical merriment

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The other adult guests included
Mrs. C. T. Swearingen and Mr.
Robert Arnold.
Rosary Altar Society Meeting
The Rosary Altar Society of the
Miraculous Medal CWr* will hold
a meeting following novena this

35yearo piece o f' e-fighting
apparatus was put up for sase by
the eitybut would-be buyers shied
awa after they learned that it'
sire and bell had been removed.
Another drawback was that it was
a hook-and-ladder truck requiring
fore and aft pilots.




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General Assen61ey of St
held in the Main Office
loy Alfaro No. 77, P'.r7'd"t
day, January 5th, 1954 at
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In accordance with the Bf tf'
Company-thi" meeting cfh ut J'**I
left one-half plus oie of the ih i
of stockholders are present oB. reported.
by proxy, and at least one-hal of the 4Pi .
tal stock is represented.

Stockholders who are unable to attid 2
PROXIES in due time. .. -.






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T Street No. 13
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Jie Aresumna Ave. and N St

Central Ave. 146
io. I Lottery Plauz
Fourth of July Ave.

H Street No. 57

SHonu hold Automobile, DR. WENDEHAKE. I C clinic. P to PROFESSIONAL
SALE _- Central Avenue K Sfttet corner. Cl, B 43_
SSALE:--Two livingroom chairs, FOR SALE:-1947 Dodge 4 door se- Telephone 2-3479, Ppnarm. P neme 3. 73' C
.Uphollstered; one mahogany sewing dan, $600. Very good condition
table; very reasonably priced; 50th Telephone 83-6232. 4th Street FOR SAL E o i s
-Ltreet No. 30 upstairs; telephone House 2065-A. Curundu S onl il WATCH THIS SPACE
B '5-2 ~MUST SELL:- 52 Plymouth 4 Door MiaCilae f onS takWr LOe1189 WTCIt I 1D SPACE Th
SALE: Studio couch Chair Sedan. 6.000 miles. Must see to R -sALE:-Galvonied corrugated Gramlich qnte C Bach cottag, For Ah f
S gerator, Frigidaire. House- appreciate. Call Albrook 6173 FOR SALE -Gal, nizedx corruatd electric S rto C aa e a es, FW Ab MI TR t
f goods. Telephone 2-3046. (Qtrs. 307), after 4 p.m. iron Apollo. 2 x 6' and 2' e electric refrigertion. gas tOv NEW AND IETT to
f lboa. House 765, Apt. 1. 8', 26 gauge, best prices. Phone moderate o4d Phone 6-441 or I
ALoo. House tabl65, Apt. 1b. WANTED 626, Colon. 4-51 PR gTS
gSALE:-5Chaor, table, cupboard-F- -- -R --- S-AL -- F .or', Cott {.)n nr l pot Time af
inet. 25 cycle clock and elec- Micenaneo FOR F ostoe Ceoao bOine mile past That- Mete*aing
ftrc tools, mirror, lamps, Misc MiscellaeO usFO *Snta n M P Flaeb 2 A Litring
", lto ld teims. House .72-D, Diplomat desires three bedroom cha- Real Estate WiouA Sn t Ce.r Bach C ril tS A -s
hbvueo let. ldTtikne 3an bed- PEnama. WILLIAM San.a Clara Beach Cor A 1u1t4f ar
Se, Uplboa. let. Telephone 3-038. Panama. 150 CANAL ZONE FAMILIES mew tagL, comftrteble modem, ACheper
fur-nitvirne-. Clmg and bed-
m' n-itur. -Call Colombia live in St. Petersburg, Florido, and nw ear odt, olboa 300 except
Te. 3-359 many more live nearby. For Infor- weekendL.(o -l_- C'nt O
S6. Tel. 3-3359. Scout N ews motion on Florida homes, apart'- Three Important. Now Item
SALE:-The new "Tropik-Show- ments and ReahlEstote investments FOR -ENT
portable water warmer for write James F. Olive. t c/o Robert F R GEO. F. NOVEY INC.
.,-:4ooerteblo bathing. Phone Pon- rUp In Margarita, E. Lea, Realtor, 611 First Avenue 279e
a- 2-1326. We deliver "Tropik A -UD of girls from Troop North, St. Petersburg, Florida. HoUg 9 -Central 4 ;. Tel. 3.14
power" at once. Useitwo ys 40 Brownies, to Girl Scoul 50 FOR SALE:-Wooden house in Pearl FOR RENT:-Fumished House. Thr e
If you like it, we will return took place during the regulgLr Harbor, Cativa $2.250.00.. Apply bedrooms, parlor-dinlngroom, two 5 .
1 payment. Take it with you meeting of the troops. Daisy Dyers, Fort DeLesseps 612. baths, kitchen, patio with bar. 2 25 Cle Re It Mtors
When you move. The girls who went .up Into phone 3-1786. car garage, and one maid's room.
iOR SALE. -Leather Covered Living- Scouting were: Mary Alice En- 6th Street, Golf Heights. Telephone Westinghouse, porsaba In &
roem sets from $159.00. Sof=- gelke, Linda Sue Cunningham LESSO N S 3-1245. Panama. otU 7 9 ft 1 year
i4 d"' $125 00. Mahogany Dining and Linda Lee Wilson. E S S ranteeS gu tent. mSee
S ia from $79.00. Beds complete The mothers of the girls were PREPARE. FOR CARNIVAL MOUITNBS. TY .'lW N CIA.
S-with-New Mattress from $31.50. present st the ceremony, which FREE LESSONS in Tambarito-Cumbio FOR RENT LTDA. 5th St, u1itrAl Ave.
-g Dining Chairs $2.00. Tables $3.50. t6Ok place at the gym. and PasOllo. Every Tuesday from 7 R N Tex Thetre," Cel6n.
"Gas Stoves 510.00. Wardrobes from Leaders of the Browniesa are to 8 P. M. Salon Panama, El Apartments
$19.00. Many other Bargains in Mrs. J. 7. Dietz and Mrs. David- PanamA. Hotel.
New and Used Furniture. We son, and the Girl Scout Leaders HARNETT DUNN ATTENTION 4 I. Just built modern
.4 deliver at first small down payment. are Mrs. Stephen Rainey and Mod Pa ATTNTION I. Just built moderne
I Easy Terms Arranged, Household Mrs, Herbert Engelke. Modern Piano Instruction for every- furnished apartment, one, two i
Exchange, 41 National Ave. Tel. one. Brief, simple, interesting sys- bedrobms, hot. cold water, Tel-
3-4911. "ElgaGooden Elected tern, coaching for advanced stu- phone Panama 3-.4941. (Pa0l16e
tSALE:-6-mntslWstn--- President of GS Council dents. Bunnet's Piano Studio. Tel. FOR RENT--Ne* 2 bedroom 1 1o 1 112
S SALE:-6 months old Westing- Miss Ella Gooden was elected 2-1282. No. 9. Juan B. Sosa St. bath, ground floor furnished apart- sS' i
Shous vertical type 6 cu. ft. Deep president of the Canal Zone In- ment. Immediate occupncy. one Frs A n
Freeze. Guarantee still has 4 '2 ernatlonal Girl Scot, council 3-5227 CaAmpo Alegre. ( bloc me a t =beatreI
years. Seeat Household Exchange. yesterday at a meeting held In mpo egre.
Pfl 41 Auto Row the the )tainbow City Occupa- ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
g rFOR SALE:-Leavng. Refrigerator. tlonal High School. odr A M A ARTM shed N
stove, radid, doningroom and bed- or unfurnished. Alhambra's office TR SPORTES
room set. Cheap. No. 30, Apt. 1. Also elected yesterday were: 861, 10th Street, Colon. Phone A T
.1 51st street. Mrs Lolita McFarqhuar, Vice 1 386. BAXTE S.A.
SSALE.-Bamboo Baw.th four president: Mrs. Ena C. llis9, j 3 KaIers. hpper Movera
S ~ stLc.-Boamobor ar h s oursecretary (re-electedi, and Mrs. T. FOR RENT:-Apartments in El Can.- a e Sh n, Moes
Stwo comfortable chir.. 31st El Davis, treurer. By OSWALD JACOBTY rejo, Inew building, one block LRUDIS
Street No. 30 The Rev. 8. A. Scarlett of the Written for NEA Service from Via Espaoa available Februa- Taler TraspIortS Baxter
FOR SALE:-9 cu. .ft. Frigidaire. Ex- First slathmlan Baptist Church ry 15th. Two Bedrooms with pri- VALER TU
cellent condition. Reasonable. rave the invocation, after which Vote por4. each, dlning-Jlvlngroom TURON
House 23 Peru Avenida. Apt. 20. thee meeting was called to order --- with connie ting porch, larg1 mod- Expert Mehaall to 1itr-
FOR SAL- mahogany diningoom b Miss Amabelle Patton, exe- I ern bothrlm. Special sp ce inside matte and Hydramati Traim-
set.Double bed, spring and mat. cutve board member. NOT each opartment for Laundering, n sisan offer his professional1
.. St ou. Ee r m t MrsE. llis read the minutes of A i. Hanging and Ironing. Maid's room e i
cycl. es H.P House 8021-Athe lt nnual council meeting with bath. Large then. Garage.
S i'H.P. a Ge rge J an OJIe For further infr g e.
S arbarita, 2. St., d Ms' ah 5 t s79 rma i a u. e s 3 o
Ave. -- co4.nilttee coa q..tr..s,. w 8 W.ff"r q
FOR A.... hood o nnfttee c airta, I .M e FOR RENT'I-< aem furnishe.
FOR SALE:-Uptight piano... Sim- potted wa the actetities of t O withR newfurnitur and ideally 1-
mons Studio couch, Chinese uffet. Girl Scouts of Santa Crus and 2I with new furnitu Oand ideally el 8i
Get leg mahogany table. 4 hors Parairmso a g 10 A QJ 4 3 bedroom. Enquire at Household T ls.: ~ GU-AAZTE
st c.- House 113-., Pedro Miguel #Q"10 A 873 Exdhonge, 41 Automobule Row ldWO
4 to 6 p. m. Mrs. Una Genore, Atlantic dis- 4 Q98 2 j Exonge, 41 Automobile Row.
FOR SALE: Bedinnerspring mat- trict chairman, gave her report UOIU'M (DI FOR RENTr--Apartment with gas.
tress $40.00.. 3' x 5 on the functioning of all At- 6AK4 I telephonrdl and refrigerator. Via IT
tres. $u.0: rug' x 5,z.~$,$. lantic Bide troops. K8 Porras No' 124. upstairs. HI-FIDELITY
S00; toaster $1.00; baby bed $25 Mr. d Htchinson, x K4 F rEN raised apart-
' 00:floor lamp $10.00u; Philco Mrs ,.te dire c hir ns, exe- the I4I FOR RENT:-New furnished opart-/^(artBB
Radio combination $60.00 86- ue director r the A 10 5 4 .ment. Good location. Available hr hn
.. 6296. 0 mnbe i he obar rtce w N*ta-aouth vul. February 1st. $75.00. Via Porras Selected British & Amertoan uits
S SALtr apiece* week t8aat1 n Win.th .No t No. 114. S cll d:monstrartionfeeUitie
.OR SALE:-3 piece Ilvingroon set. Feb. 21- to the 27. the training CRhnet2 te yeur pec.ficet.ias
covered in plastic, old rose. Small sesaioria which will ran from 1 P. -P*e tI | FOR RENT:-Furnished 2 bedroom Cabln toPyour aspecltio
glass table. 2 mahogany word- Jan. 28 through March 22 In the 1 Paanss near Bella Vista Theater, screened, (Pafnaia's Hi-Fi Center)
robes. Radio with pick-up. 2 smell'v5, valla Ui unt es d the P I' for military personnel. Call 3-1596
mahogan tblen. Mahogany cab- p lltioof an Intertlonal Openins lead- 2 offer 7;00 p. m. or before 9:00 TROPICAL ELECTRONICS
net with 4 draowrs. Beautiful mp- 0 tout' Bulletin. e. a. m. Celle 45 No. I Tel. -1285
S hogany bar. Hot water heat. .. ,-FOR RENT:.- --- Nicely furnished, a Cl 4S No. Tel. -12
Dining toble with 6 chairs, covered Miss Gooden, the newly elect- If you don't like the final con- large sitting and bedroom; prhi-
in white plastic. 2 standing ash ed president, served as vice- trac in today's hand. don't expel vate both and refrigerator; hot wa-
'. trays. Innerspring rock chair and president during the last term t e an argument from me I ter and kitchen privilege. Peru BE GLAMOROUS...
S hassock. Vanity with bench. Two and at present Ls attending adoe t like it either. Neither did Avenue No. 65. Lower left.
wall lamps, Everything in perfect Girl So1t0 South, when the hand was actual. EN :- Fu n e p
, .condition. Alec chinawore. lo. ,2 Aw .t y luh was ueda b y lyp FL cR RENT:--furn.shed apartment r,
S Apt. 1. 45th Street. Mhis ladell Joseph, teacher 0f T2 doesn't mean that the bid- centrally located. bedroom, dining- NAIL ENAMEL
---"-- homleecogmics IS Rin lteWw diag WMas bad. Nort-h'< Hqnd room, livingroom bathroom. Cool,A A L
Ci- e ty, atel 4 by a OUD of High .wul't lok sany better if he had eautful view. No. 12 Cuba Ave,
S w rea s ToscoolAL. three stall hearts and only twQ 4th .floor Apt. 9. Telephone 3- M
Te bendwico Ton was offered cubs. ld a ontracthn of four 45.4. .
by lather Daniel Renal.' priest SP1 d then be very sound. FOR RpEIT-Smail apartment, fur-
S ShOWN l flOI '3O W in charge of the St. Vincent'% r L t em the South ehod,-"ime .d ",Bella Vista, also 2 furnish-
Church. "'taoul': 1o. any stronger if hai ,,a u,,, independent. No. 14.-
a h. -, .... m".isRless and-on.
By Cobra Man' ,F
y ouramn.n Mart We'; bt such a slight FOR ..... .tm n i V
e rwe "or chaae.uld strengthen the eom- FO RE :-Aprtment in Bella Vis. H 1
Joseph Clu?"Sr e .Wtil m Cets Oft crrm binetdhads immensely. ta. With three large bedrooms. ,
Cobra, Man ofthe.Co e -The Balboa LittleHouse wa The trouble was that North and Garage. Large porch Hot water ri..ll
S~S uocentr tingt todayy a-s site of election of officers tfr S e. South each had the same double- convnience. Fine location. All
oe sof menusona l fts fta or Gi t Trop ayer thought that this modem conveniences. Entirely
,. ormp tomorrow a't Monday' evening-. doubleton was an asset, but the pcreed coil phone 3-1694. CARTR D ES
S o T echlr. 'Preuidpl;-of the newly reor- duplication made it worthless toh FOR T-T--Furnished apartnt
SThosnds were turned Panye lCo an, secretary:n Jate A s of cars were actually dead lt sein., No . M
Wek whoen the Cobra Matc am.l treaaurer: Betty Fla- out, the final contract of four c" Noa. 13, 43rd Street, Bella
foe for the frat t at a. of mariners: Judv spades was too iffit for one vsta.
-.o. Abe on mov hal. To- Togers checked out a pilot of person to .mAk,. Twp people ac _________ _
tr s perotomatce have bnte WIng patrol, and Janeth Vinton, tuauy made. it-fthe declare and
lI ed for 6:15, to accomlmr atrol leader for Senior Service one of his- pOenits, NOTIo.CEa
ri infre Mas school age. o acout. ndbEast wpnd thea irst trick with the N"O- TI CU E o
Sfor adlts. Plantwere made for "bring-a- te of heart and returned the U" l STATES OF AMERICA
',m, r n .. ... .r of a id cValentue a be party at the twt. South 11ek tlq 'Seeiond-tr ick Cal ZoneNW
row night's perfo-rm b Lfttle House oi Feb.co- with the king of hearts and drew "7 DISTRIcTn CORT tL Or WOi ,s

are expecAted t o srpTrose t at7pdm the ro nd s Wo'omgi. s wo He th'en E. .Ea-i 1 b "IIlNe'
ters ven by the cognto .-.. a ain a n gAs e .t...lb.n.aepiN
-mFule control artist and tended to al .interested .hrlq. 14 t-a club. dw oelr a Y ?
iB t .peon bath]sd-eeofthe years .old or In high school," to1 Scuth hoped that the clubs would* Platf I Love d

att ed ,Abrerk Te- 5 re h at Eat ub with wm n RIS Sandb i sc knouriw m 1' DO T 1

oS -e t) Ln M^.rh. bad theqope hat East i .Cr ci ean woaM t


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ae and thousaiq Of-other alokag ~ lf1 -
yg and girla.we.. l at.IAm
But he Insisted on oQn rule. of the Dt l ll ,e
he boys were hot to 4 dt do- thle W% ll-
atlons from their pants, their fanti f yA.
aighbors or others. Th y re About,, y"Wr a
i work for the money by "tme aster
ea .of our brows ." Leader, ; sT. kor.
p boys went about th .ireetor of tho pac
iimp. so seriouly thtt the "sweat oif our brow".poi,
everyone In South Miami be- "We want our, beys to learn
an calling them the "ito tle value of moneO and how to

Correspondence be

The United States Citiz

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ens Assn.

And Gov. John S. Seybold

S- o that all members of the United States Citizens Asqoolation miny be fully
Informed on details of correspondence between the Association and Canal Zone
Gov. John S. Seybold regarding the etolksioh of USCA proeidgV Ap, fftn oe
Longmore from the conference with the preo and -Canal Zone "ivio .andd.emplye
groups at which the governor made public the Boor, Allen-gnd.I'minjiltohripot .the
USCA here reprinta the letters In full, in the form of an advertisement.

MSy dear Mr. Governor:
As the member's of this Association
were denied representation at thb9- V-
*rnor-Employe Cor.ference held' 4 lb
Board Room of the Administrat O ,ld-
ing at 11:45 a.m. on 7 Januar i t
which time the Booa, Alien and
report was released, It is re U
retuehed that the relationships Oen
tis organization and your office -ore
clearlyL defined.
I would-like to refer to your lt
me dated. B July 153, in wh ,
gested that our A4soclalton
at th- Governer-Wtploye ~.
Other than verbal converse
Ing to t6b he elneator betW e
Councilb ndz organized. la '
the pup of eperateM =
ences, a Aesotato. to 1 .
been tfled that ,-hitad t
from ie it conferences
I -n MatSt -.j,*U i,
J'W -I"$,o .1 ll"e'Cyou-
betteramnt of relatloahi I
moral, and, mnortuatelyc
which aocucred .Just prior 4d-
meeting wherein I and A
Rennie were informed that
9e ,ted to represent
OiWMM Awoclatiom at th
caused much resentment. -. .
"We believe that the atuation.. need
of1g1on, sod.33t, re tec W.--.
andi, t you set-forth to our -
titnde and your rntidlpated M iMl i
With ociatalion, Includin .a's
the SaISTZ questions, which ba
ted at btEy as possible and
asusre yoh are not at all asked' W nyy
Intent of Impertinence, but lnatetl .are-
stated in all sincerity.
1. Is It your desire that there be
laison and communication between this
Association and your office and your ad-
2. If so, what procedures do you desire
this orgapizatlon tp follow In order that
(which liaiso athe-reasonlcon expressed vermight be
accomplishe? -
b$. On he b ds that this Association
hat not been tfdunedt I either the Civic
Council or Labor anmonthly conferences
with you because of -the 'fact that we are

at the Governor-mploye C1onference on
17 August 1"lh by the Lieutenant Gov.
ernor who conduted the meeting in your
absence, will -you please state the reasons
why this legislative matter was prenseats;.
to other greop, rather than to this A-
mociation, which ha primary Interest?
'We aire p aware tlat misunderstan&-
ings often ItNe, and $hat they hft aa
tendency 'to Incrase In magnitude the
longer they .dsa.) I am taking this meas
In an attempt to retaliate any possible
misunderstagU ns which exist at the
present time between yourself and tMis
a*I also wsh -to take this opportunity
to express y A ftreta itf the incident of
yesterday ornfmjl ma y have caused em-
bar.. tto, Mr. Norman Johnson of
"Youg Cooperation and Immediate reply
to this qty will be very much ap,
(lMr) Pramem K. enmore,


osla t has been gven to
Mto 8,h1954, Ui te
UtateslSluu -asonaitiaad fltJ rdb-
Ie"w whit Sonfront the *gnalCm W4a
zmu&0ttn l tlfs"U with arous

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^^S^-N^'^ ppotuityf to ton
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I believe that .-the efforts 4of., ME-0M
labor, stapplemented by your or
and the work of the OCtal
tion, held off this active- thSM thmiUH
fiscal year 19A4' aMl pated'lIte aylOr
the opportuttlt to fufly et tt.e t b
active studv (th Boos, l H"n Ia HanmlR
toa report) Just 1relbatset. f liay lead
ship of the UWSC has fhown exceptiontM
alertness and c blty in taking the
case ofr their men .,t Congra R
to be congratula " .: _
Sate aware t there xiM 'I th
Capa .Zone nunDrous sp purpose
b t WNW ,t. a
the process of

arre gin *proper teatt
t hei objectives. At the timj
nation was organhSed, and
est, the USCA W V adecd-
o attansmine n a trt f

ora a f Inotok -the-iaisam.a
f 1,6 "shtrtaleeve" meeting laq hmM.
em oered*pper nAetMO-
aeting between 4fte M4 w 4
i" In and Zone organizations -, :
T.he f ami instftut&it sepurtitn
of tsletvet 4 nfecence. *t- two
sohb% I meptintg'- dne with the groups
o minlzed Ibor-ndJ tile other with
l couonc -, w annou d' on
AlAust .4, 1953 a amee&ng a wBma you
Were esnt. The objective of k!. two
meeting program W adoptedd to'l nati *
overlapping and duplidting functions be-
tween the two grop 'a to. More ef-
fectively discuss probleI, of bpeIa" n-
teet. to each. It was clearly sxWedthab
other organizations then represented shotild
take up .their problen)hropgh. one of
thetwo basis a tl .
murmurl a a rr is evideie d :in the
records. of that meeting, and ts further
attested to by the meetings subsequently
held with the two. groups at-which im-
iortant matters of all types were discus-
sed and without protest from any a9v
Szonq orgaaeiftm.iln tMentaneehex.ze
{iAnae%.~ 1964 mi4tlg the sessionn with
I groupop ~ n l aotardanco math
estblilead procedure. The pi wi calleed
n?,- Gift the a a d._ mi.ton
study could be diAn ted m full to all
.es and resWetd # rpdly as vow-
mbera yexteud my reL tance to
members your Association mt1bt stmad

th are I becue it is 'dependfat.
Its poly is nalde by Its mem ap aqd
it has no offalal. or semi-foMcv relaton-
a with the Canal Zone Qovernnieat; s-
aton aken in Wshngton annot be
rbale4t ea this account. Its.. ir,
-ho memberp in both the

these past mooa n -
grsp advised of the. &a.
e affairsad the int ite ews Of the
mabehip of tde Uanreaa the Jat"tu
beng matter o lw the office ha
=,,e information. -
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prptelm in0 n nee tag.
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"R .iqu Smashes lk Record Yanks At Mt., H

Sw4W l For J*tes; Noveno Triumphs Leaders Defeat
R; r s S Unbet eeA The dividts: P A MADR LEAGUE t
UUJnBW TMIf Riqul streaksek pirMa snr u 'The THE STANDINGS eatep'
SLucky trJ seutive victo oete throu-h onhe ra. L toq u ick FIRST RACE Teams. L Pe .at
r 'Ln,'- noon and .I-n e pr I...."ad.By the 1-.ilon $3. .0, 320, 2..0 Yankees "16 11 .51 .
Sack .Wht t a e 2 w i ,byr _a i Epire ta ricun r I .-L. .oon $2.40. o a
,r ,n =01 me, Boi;,sr 11 15 .4
I whilecr i-re as b SECOND RACE TO GHT'S CAME (7.30)
,4 @ W Tw'hl mesl a t4W ~ o (r)..fieade of i d OreI"tdm ad t,-Lady Caren $4.60. 3.20, 2.40 Mt. ope Stadium: Bonis
S" imported thorough orossed the finish ne fullof 2-Domino $40, 3.40 (Arthurs 2.1) vs Yankees
Sf tre qor the low thr-e breds at the Juan Franco race run. 3-Colieo $2.60 (Patrick 3-4) Be
S ; egn la r s. q'an track. m r Riqul was .the aeond choice Fi t Doubie: (flon-Lady YESTERDAY'S RESULT cott
ta oe I Legion lost to o ck 5-. Rqu's mer- bo a bet lad Empire Caren) 350. Yankees 8, Bombers 3. gIve the
ffIn the secog ame, Don Mor- l rifhd ofmrnwan a when the t
he ton of Lucky thinIgIark. '-sw yStd'es classy r RD RACE The league leading Yankees i
on perfect el, O2.oUrtn.fl da owyar-old CLweat- bred ba 1-Daniel 0$9.60, 5, 2.20 will attempt to widentheir first i held by
St ,,.,.! B ff iB to n thoo g- UKrth,-oas'iroo rp0 RIS qucarriedI tWo pounds more. horn Noveno was.lpo oimpre- -P o P-er o$16.80, 2.20 place margin when they tack,, ,
Sa rctd Theee-year- Y ave in winning his third con- k old $2.20.- the second Brownies at Mt, Hope j
....s.n of f.preme Sr- .utive race under the gudance One-Two: (Danlet-Pregone. Stadium tonight. Y
Tem. r t e It ao bitter, but won ras the ti ww. Colomblan rider OWt" Masue- ro) Sl80. Probable starting pitchers ar ower
-W E seoOdRTiK"06YStan bDytrs for he BrowESULT
t"" -upLuonya-Sidon W 2t-0 08he bro sovpeno broke.alowlra usual 1,-nraca 4$4.6%,.40, 2.40 lea and HindVat"Patrickfto or
Ns ele) won -0 on Lh t outed by but was hustled along until Ie 2-Agen de Oro $4.80, 4.40 the Yankees. However, It could,
ut th Ma stretch then he gradually clod Quniel: (Cra-A de and Stempel for the
te t or the lea lad. many .great play. weremade, In the run to the bptretel, thewide ga .ted hins Or) $12. Yanks
i te.-the ly error being that drop- rMagic opened a three from pa tt blgri. He FIFTH RACE
tui t-h Jhut "B sho-t at la r t tr u ,aned that* lead with Rose pb two caught Chingrlu turn Into thh 1-Marilu 17.80, 4
on tie i got 'aj l and hard to han- ahead of RIqu homestr and outlasted him 2-Dallda P A. Alon Th F airways
w n del. Motn earned hgulrre, who gave a to the to score by a half- SIXTH RACE I te r o
1.4n n free d er at the AlM ride, caltd on t a a- ongth. 1--Bolo J6an $8.80, 4.20, 2.60 Irene Robinson was elected o)
has by pi thig aw uto co's star-on se t The son of Sahib-Nona cover 2-Sedur $3.40. 3 tournament chairman *of- the abort bu ov S
ba *n wa"wn',- doWn the backstretah. and ethe distance In 128 1 5 .-Nltticar $3.0. lady golfers of the Panama Golf h "". l
him glg ea sp f a rejose a quickly flashed east tlpthe fsteet for seven fur ongs SBVE1TH RACE Club at a meeting held Batur-. te c alub
LaI U% reai$, one of th a d et Lili a fte fn I hin & thIs ear. A-Aaqul $q 2.80, 2.20 day. She will be assisted by Con ra .
g I la.- LI Magic. Jokeys Blas Aguirr and Gul- .-f-ilre Magic $3.20, 2.20 nle Gerr&an, Alyce French, tr. i W alk.
,Leg. earn the. mile Ai o panones shared saddle 3-Firense $2.0. surer; and Sylva Carpenter, St9 John
t.. ai A L AU was gaing steadily m- honors with two victories each. Doble: (Bole Joan- pu .
o..e l oitew s$ais -..) 38.O. v. ones w I se.iy -anrZwt6 11will .1 ,continue to be
BBras te ba his pres* iMge Won Lost EIWHTH RACE handicap chairman, bert
lI- enc on a field. latter w 5 0 l1--Chuounaus e $10.40. 2.80, 2.20 The weekly Ladies Day tour ptai.
fWfactar'co iWh. at the O Gn n Itiar Li2 State Of IKentucky PreDDmg -Ca a do ao 20, 2.20 naentwill run from Tuesday .
S.,.- b c d if ayone uana prosde nymour AIency 2 2 a-s-m .$2.20. to Tuesda first round counting Imiedtl ft ..i,.
% 'lie back o 2Is Just it t's one other than amai' non f* 2 3 Quilnielat (Chuounaque-Ca- so tha the Panama girls who election, a n
Is**Ahmg p3.20.gaM pitcher," Willie. 141; 1 2 n ETfre ra dhe Gate) .4O. work may compite Ifthey have Committee
a i3 S otrOug Endres For College NINTH RACE an established diap. ofluhrd
stars in the. FRDATIS REULT 1-Merry Mas on S, 2.20, 2.20 We hope all lady members
xatiak, is the man Seymour cy o$2-3Vedette $,2.20 Panama will oin the Ringer Walker; Arthur 0.
who n aF mk i er- OA Caro t 3--ewbridge $2.20. tournament which will run from Wait ; Aigust Wil lips
onst in t oet ore. 9 Ie Gibraltar Life v8 Police Cage, ost-eason our eys One-Two: (Merry Mason- Jan. 23 to March 23 at a costa French,
alimud d mwn ist fail appear. Vedette) 0.0. 50 cents. w l _
ed In great shape and If he's Seymour Any defeated Lin- TENTH RAC Thosewho have not establish- all the t le or .
SLif y. ,n ik 2too 0. Jack By T OR rIt t n a division e -No .20, 21 ..20 d handicaps ma enter rov d th
-atPeon of Seymour hooked. U Ut ,Pres SportsKW~ dal C t dW~DiN o $3. 0, 2. 2 d they t e-urn In te n'- e t
lln ~ill# Thi,. II ntheeer, alo but rouns bd eoerei- l 1Mthe.Ringer, ,.ends. t
LIf in a Slp NEW.YORK, Jan.24- i a I Sa im ed0,Te--- fo- tlooreno
Snd good ball with Pe be a for fast z in . with one-half handicap. unday, Feb. .
026lbt h"s t-Nine ".:mr .ew ith Sears .C at
the keenIer, allowing b.a sueo b
i gat= 41r fro tq lodayw wl

S with the neesr to wn U a stened i

ncr^w^Thrn "Ul'on f 3ad, ba D agthl
Iwas WesternL amucky

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,ton 4 lS t.As "ler Sii THE WORL S 6UE ES

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...S fselinsitn at TI nXTd 11. -tnA e vade stIrirem
Sh u~ln wiA vs ordnance Club 1. and beat North TeXas State m I

ta A Jan. M (UP) .51 d th-ranked Minnesota i good aL
rse 1 ,00rdrWngIno ."3trestas W trnIR EtsRk E A

as a i...l p.Hhieblbak roo- .h u Ton ras if awn wi llgot
S tave eastern Conference cham-on-Iame of January 18 a.a the Pan v P e ef sy. rear *

Wis th b A^ oaip_-and .onga .. .deal-Army Transportation aie In the only other. Bi5 10 game .- -.
ldo o ALh of January Dio be a- toeW led, somore auaus t e-
mhroat Tht iafta, who have won dates to bad e Coy Wed I State's ae

bw 'lt a e i straight Inn vaulting Into the of the use if InegIes players. game scoring .r n th 4 pointsT
haed nation's No. spot, face a an- es he led the Spa to an 8-76
SAl n leg Werous Vand10erbuH team and hih Ceaerlaaaeleal n; vitor heTbaro o wlto teb.
ofn~ d~s AL-tec scoring Dan Fich Saturday Ordnance Cplu B 15 In tne Miu ol01 yY-ey Confer-
he w,. e ln ht. Cervecera Naconal I), de-ence, t Louis handed Wichita i e
221503tOat~r a Pepais Toen Wedne CAfay. Panaidealted vsCd-Krpt Kentuck yif

th three 1p= wnsr, wase a 7-hit hurling of 3. Belgav Cn thetI" e by wp- NEW TIRE SAFETY AT LESS THAN 1/2 NEW TIRE COST.....
as wide favorite to the Con- F. Mortis, the losing p ing Dartmouth 7 Mi. Cornell was
tiu mcode Vndr hrema M Itheseod fo etit fC o benda DOWNT GAMBE WITH FATE..... a1lh cost more hmA you hnk. Ywl
thaet.t eidcrts~ fh=.. o .L mUA sfa ca g g -.4p A...i. ,ot wh, ,n ..ry.. e.j. &aIA. ,-wAew At fEhSTO,.
!S g Lrlda State Is in the run- oemers e e U2M5to G a te' FIRESTONE RETREADS r bhuI E wlN slond even the rough eSr e old ofd
apL e owith a r iem oIine. m e;, Uhee ..wun-eHomrs taa= w E2SloNE i'o&v Geothe id, 'B. .n

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eds To Back

Ske's A-Plan UAS.It t tR
n tdw adead-b t
E' ,,u;"* N Jan. 25 uP, Th" ,Lt tU p oule/ know tf et country Is oafe" Abraham Lincoln. t.
appealed to Russia today, ,, l, tf, .--l ut a s le l i ow1I'l
f ence, to back Presid TWENTT-NINTB YEAR PANAMA, MONDAY, JANUARY 5, 19 Cf -"
OS ower's atoms for peace the thler at- of ls
i the first real hope of t-rn blfi .
3aoaay the danger of
amic warfare.

SFan e 'Court Onqiry o nvestigate *
g for the foreign mlin-
6f the United States, Great ....
ninLster Georges Bidault
,oaee is urgent everywhere. M a
fo1:be frst ie therine Coonels Germ Confession
,Lboid offer of the Presi-
of the United States Of-
d for the first time, the pOs-
ty of envisaging progress WASHINGTON. Jan. 25 (UPi- Some lower echelon defense said he was held In solitary oon-taln advantage over fellow pril-
i a solution of the rob- A Marine Corps court of Inquiry officials had claimed it did not finement by the Reds from. the owners. And the Air Force will
of the tomic tharen an was ordered at the week eh4 to have advance Defense Depart- time his ola0 was shot flown on tart formal beari In about
l directly to dour Sovi f investigate whether Col. Frak ment approvaL. July 8, 195. Onttl his release ton a week into t .t some
dinr24ster Vyacheslav Mo. Me-H. Schw ble. Marine pilot, should An Army spokesman said, how- Sept. 6, 1&3. He wallowed i captured can ms~ m who
S ster miyacnistersla met a- be punished for falsely confess- ever. that the action, taken by filth and dirt, he said. A guard "confessed" to r warfare.
a hollow square table in g the United States wajgd the military district of Wash- stood over him awakening him Dickenson s.unr arrest h,
e former Alied control au- germ warfare in Korea. Ington, Vas "cleared In advance" almost every holw by ahiflng i the Arm's WaltI, red hospi-
.ftrbuilding in the Ameri- Schwable. former dhief' of with Hannah. i ght in his eye,. tal where .he h". dergo-
ctr of West Berlin. staff of the ]st Marine air The decision flrab-was a prov- "I deteriorate phyalaly anrd ing treatment. ouldnot we
t was the irs meeting of the wing in Korea, was the hih- ed by top Army officials and became dull In mnd," Shwable newsmen and -no state-
.I pour foreign ministers since est-ranking Marine officer to then hand-carried by assistant said. He finally signed a 6000- ment. His faml b heartsick.
E umer of 1949. be captured by the Commu- Army secretary Hugh M., Milton word "confession. Only two ami.l-ge he got
I16e mer of 194xpeted, as his nists. He was released daring to Hannah for approval. SBhwable Is 45 a graduate of what wasb ala4t h er's wel-
Motove the exploaet "Peace the prisoner of war exchange Gen. Lemuel C. Shepherd, Jr the Naval Acadetny, and holds come when h et d here
'. &,bnibv the lore a pof an and has been on duty In the Marine Corps commaiidant, sadl four DistUngished Flying Cross- after renounetag communism
,fmf hel t ind the orm of an United States. he expects 'the court to advise es and 10 Air Medals for valor as "no sood." We alo rot mar-
S ive sweeping security guar- The action followed the filing me as to whether the degree ot for flying more than 65 night tried to a n lg fpid g A ghr.
ee s i exchange for neu- of court martial charges against physical, mental and psycholo- misQlons In World War II. He For two montilW tWh Army has
I AWiOWll Ged e r m a ny and the Cpl. ward 8. Diqkenson, the gical suffering experienced by and his wife have two children, been sifting evidem.-and gath-
rot western de- abbut-face Korean War prisoner. Col. Schwable wp" such as would David, 16. and SuLsan, 7. ering affidavits. Th court mar-
i a ce.0of the w Dietenson is charged with vio- reasonably constitute an excuse Rear Adm. Ira H. Nun=, Navy trial charges were f accusing
Sult sd hat the difficul- action of two sections of the mil- for acts of this type he is al- 'judge advocate general. said tne him 6f violating.. tWW tons of
S turning atomic energy to tafy. code in dealing with the leged to have committed" Pchwable court of inquiry couid the military tOdo by dealin "di-
N ef turning ar were n im- enm y. An investigation will de After his release, Schwable recommend a general court mar- rectly a Ind in" wit the
cem" p threat of termine whether he wi be court had said that If he had not tiaL or ::any lesser action," such enemy and el "favorable
old bewe away martlaled. One of the charges sited a "confession" of erm as a letter of censure, a private treatment" to th detrimentt" of
Sthe big powr aTgreed on could be. punshable by death. warfare he would not have reprimand, or furlough on half fellow prisonerA.
gI ral limitation. and control The Marine Ccrpa action als3 gotten out of Communist pay. The former charge could be
Of airmments. followed in thq wake of a high h4"s alive." Shepherd said the Marine punished by debattAn investi-
Id6iUltsal also that the cor- Defense l-epArtment official's At his Arlington, Va., home, Court will Include a holder of nation will dete mtine whether
an e r anny lropean statement that there would wb! SchWable told a reporter the Medal of Honor, an authorL. ne must stand tral. F
t ent must bethe conclu- moreco artal ce. "I am very greatly relieved ty on military law, and a Navy Batehelor asd"o i Tokyo, re
jO oS f roman and Austrian Menwhildl. ant Ahr spokes- that the nerve-wrackiy 'period medical specialist. where b has beet re-united C '' "
on o prma an Ausi man em pha zed h t the. action of waiting and uncertainty is He aid "any further proceed- wltl his JapM-le wift, that t *
Stwarne4 Molotov that the against Dic tnson had been tak- over. Now something definite is Ings" against rhwable will de- he was aot s rprise by the
S considrers free all-Ger- enlwith the p:;iftc approval of going to happen. spend on their ndings. aetes agalDst. i es
kdesoen snul e deAH na h, assistant "Waitinj Is always lthe' d- S a C
v gepower. After his relo ease- b wa4 4 *

n eleios. tsuring d esors sbid t v orima i" = gao reatB
thi freedom an honet COLORADO PRING ., ed "for actions and statement qurd into. hi
e building he said the he was forced to make." There e two other Marine t
ministers et had been the American bne an he "I'm c ertain that the m f ave "confessed" to father he ould d a w .
Suntil peace treaty thatMarine ment that t a man canbede The.members of the Marin
ff sources disclose nott physical means nough, he aenry D. L cott
three ten powers tor- dent o the board. Shepherd ha tol a news confe alaer him. th oThey ad ter o

mture. "I iouIt Ulke to have the arm- called him "an outstanding an. lege that the 21 American pri.. been incommungeado to the terrorietW wt-
iA.-Oerman elecons. thing formally In.
reedom an honesty. COLO RADOe CorIs an ,c ed"fo actionsand Washimenton for hori on military law npro cod turn to American Cor te ex-mnr last August
Building n which the for- Ja. (UP) obert e, he was forced to mawe ke." he here two other arne but the opportunywod sce he was deposed by te Arab e
fherthaer sa.dwootwherl he ldViet we bit

Squ d'ren ordered to de- corW mnake them confess to Mal. G'en. Chrlatian F. Schilt, not lIt mvny d longer." Frenh last Aug. 20. idi Mohammed V mia
term t had been the American held ca "I'm certain th because the I know the vetieran Mh arine aviator who won e are cted to be diption of the former him with Sultan Mo e Ben
j oftmany = -power confer- tive In Commutiit Hungary for people will bear out my state- germ warfare.,SAW. liar Lto In him a s "dla Ion a of -
utl th R an walk- 17 e pumo n wished for falsely methat man cane Reds use." the Medal of Honor n Narina- d rom the Army "under ruler's odyssey came after Mos- Moula Ara
Sthe. ntro are-the board to carefully Cr sts from No. 18, 1949, rnes by ar. They could ever returned reaction o te autrity of tbyrtifical or authority s uare: attkIn
not+ Mela tdte _n Cfor Won- physical means lom enough, he Maj. Gen DenRnry D. Linscott, w m g a
r o."i '" 'ng a rdmaering su e a pro t il 1951to any. He was veteran of 30 ears service, pr Am erica, appeal te dihare t ultan, d Mohammed pansh Morocoterly warnd
Velr said .ured forced to "confs he rector of he Marine Corps de d e han to Ameprove the enMouy Arf. today that Arb ea th
SSe punished for m wa about to weeks," he gov- vaid elopI cedu ceer lines, ut were oppoortuced nto re would de he was deedby trying tolt the
on' h l e o rd thered toh de- col4 make them cfewas on bssl- Va. *n. Christian F. Schil ation o m any dn e longer."ba French lut Aug. 20. Sidi Mobhtd

t 0 ta ptoeund etferSco hwable a A because I know then veteran Marine Adm. T homas J. Cooper aaeae x cted dto be Re Pton of the former him wihbantftheSult
shorevld be punishedmight be forfalsely the Reds se." the Teleda of Honor n Nicara-h Army "under ruchief of the Navodyey to came tho e Moslemoua .

: ra bhoatdt n ande^ -St mental and physhcl tor- Co. t s medicine and surgery. c Unconfrmed reports said; th Sutan Mohammed Bew Mat-W
P tSWYW theS J ar, liter w the United States o g for his p oneering hserd said "to other than honor le notlidnp the a rally o 430 Arab notables last
brin mem- home be warfaruse they would fear ws a prisoner of th e evacuation of wounded M- t durablee, to the Armnof M oco lat o week demanded Morocco wh Otupital of the
A 7 h or friends. the ovre-thearto arefull from No. puh94 ine by air. The would, f ever retired recon o the authority of ?A e gal authority i gnede -atta
4fsl Thn gitihas mtoider, rdering sueh a pro- o Abril:-8, 1951. He was tor- Brig. Gen. Robcrt 0. Bare di- ric, appeal e ap ent Sultan. 8 Mohnad Bpanh Morocsterif ae
unt wasesteror- said. tuthee fori thforcedto confession the Ott" he rector e Marint to the Commu- ett a mrchance to pisorovelarove th ,pot wh on demanafa.dath din the pat
S195 under enre punhedm m for make," Voel- a s of th American gov- velopment center at Quantortu were coerced into refusing ellance would fler ne be rn oved
Ionw h ..are tug t de confession, then' t i .rnut' wten he was on a bust- Va. platrl action. Coimrd on the bat-*LI cbnt -in.t hbis a utolg ws i
t shaes a hpofund his coneffessiton aterial- ove lmeon repforthevealed ton- Rear tunate enouhm.Thomas. Cooper, CACKERS NECK ant ch lo n hled Oberver toda

a and mallet0fo SSoLh ly aided tha Commuats da ^ the 1 nlyon cotil o prisonrs"1 2 UP)- e Ln, thbds nd grS^ ^ at Irrorists a :kS
of revo r$15,' st r "ven the peopight be fhinced the lounge teone who legraph assistant, chief of the Navy Um- o with the recent pof0AJ.

of December 19. I n Curtain ld in Soviett-do- qre milea .gsls test er Edward .. Dickenson, wpt *ot o an outt eat violence speeches of s a l
Se i re. to confess to crimes atd 'T r ave been n sp. el underlined the owing a rasts t Teta'wa
,for th5e 16 uua"aeSheph a plotdbna rally of 430 Arab notables lat
Sa m et .sr. atbIdng rheat- homebekAMe0theswoplure,,

r m- home because they would reconsideration to thASexeelkatons in Tetuan, capital o
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