The Panama American

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

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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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University of Florida
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DAILY NEWSPAP
TWENTY-SEVENTH VEAR
"Let the people know tie truth and the country is mfe" Abraham Lincoln.
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1952
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day today
negotiator'
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TRAGIC TASK Air Force rescue workers carry the body of one of 28 victims down from
LoffiMulaln. in fheVrra Ancha Mountains, n^!*^*?^ gg
scattered remains were found by rescue teams, who reached the rugged area where tne ^ *<
?"naport crpsr"-fl. ____^__________._. ______-. ... -----
[jyp'iians CliisT Trained
JM Korea, Jan. 6that if ti.ey want to build air-
ilce negotiations got fields they had better do so now.
the third straight Chinese Communist General
d United Nations;Hsieh Fung replied: "Hal"
ar Admiral R. E. Turner denounced the com-
was obvious that munlsts-e "upside-down reason-
ilsts are awaiting; ing" and said:
.rms "You have cast yourself In the
Km meetings discus- role of a bandit who tells his vic-
loncr exchange and tjm he has nothing to fear from
on of new airfields; the banal', as long as the victim
StJSrW Chi' He.*went on to say: "The Unit-]
dits" and similar >d Nations command did -not
. come to Korea to surrender It
Llbby vrtfc heads the prisoner' came to prevent an attempted
rtMoUatlow told Korean Ma], forcible seizure of the Republic
Genera i Sang Cho that "no of Kore by your forces
mancan as obtuse as you ap- "It has done lust thaij Having
. ," hSk-ent deliberately." ,done so. we have no intentions
PLbbyWnews latir thayt It of walking away under a threat
Tbvlous the Commun-.of your development of alrpow-
Tne time waiting for er during an armistice, and leav-
ttons *alunB ,ing the Republic of Korea to
Iberately appear to your tender mercies."
^united Nation' Hs eh raged angrily and re-
Sardine the nrlsoner piled that Turner's Statement
SHp84- ^' -'"
t,,.;.!ort nf airfields before and: "Your statement proves your
rt,?rw-h ^m slice the Com- lack of ncttlty. You have fully
mw*^h$&U> try exposes your unly ferocious na-
and uttd Mr installations now ture as a
fedeY
bombs.
Mai. General Howard Turner,
British towltoe CtoiraiMnlsts: "You are a QrQIiniJ I Qc|
Rock Throwing
Again Marks
Student Strike

NEW YORK, Jon. 5 (UP) British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill arrived here today on the Queen Mary
for important policy conferences with President Truman
bearing on the overall East vs. West issue? in the world
*oday. .
The Cunard liner arrived at 8 o.m in misty rain, but
the forecast was for rapidly clearing skies, which would
permit Churchill to fly to Washington in time for lunch
with President Truman at Blair House.
Rocks flew again last night In The bluff, cigar-smoking Chur- to the capital late in the even-
the area of the National/ lnstl- chlll was due to land at wash- ing.
tute when a parents' meeting lnBton national airport about, But with only-a few close ad-
attended by Minister of Educa- noon aboard the President's; visers along it.will Pye i* two
tlon Rubn D. Carles was brok-! plane, the Independence, which men a chance 'o nw their
en up by a student 'Invasin."c fly him from New York. personal acquaintance and make
Students Identified by the po- wr .Truman and a small ar- an Informal startoniiome of the
Hce as strikers also smashed the' of American and foreign | weightyJssue* confronting them.
...i_j___# *. .) rat ren- iil-i,..!.. nl.r. in he at. the air- Formal talks are due to begin
nee as suincia '" """my oi nowu*ii nu *-* 7-
wlndows of two stores on cen- dignitaries were t0 be at tne *""
tral Avenue after breaking upp0rt to welcome Britain's Con-
the meeting. servatlve leader who Is anxious
Police radio patrol cars which 1,0 cement more firmly the bonds
surrounded the school building
in an effort to restore order also
had bricks and stones thrown at
them, but none was damaged.
Striking students invaded the
that tie his country to the Uni-
ted States in the present world
tension. >
was quite
ists are kl
new lnstr!
"They
misunderj
Formal talks are due to begin
Monday at the White House af-
ter Churchill has Sunday din-
ner with Defense Secretary Rob-
ert A. Lovett.
They will last through Tues-
day and are expected to cctsc
i wide range of topics. _
Striking students nvaaea ine hlnt of the tone of the "Big, Churchill has indicated he
Institute hurling insults at the Two.. taJk5 waa 8een today when wants to discuss Western ^e-
Educatlon Minister and turned ~ 0fflciais let It be known fenses and the Atlantic C'-m-
off the lights protesting the use \ ,, lhe president Is ready to as- mand. Asia. East-West relations,
of "their headquarters" for an tne ptme Mlnlstefl that Britain's economic problems in-
antl-strlke meeting. American A-bombers bajed in cludine her steel needs, the pro-
The disturbance ended and .. will not do anv bombing posed European army, trat po
the police cars withdrew after; ... ^ consnt/ air plans and atomic weapon".
..hAi nrini-inoi Prof Rafael E.Iw _.''.. ^-. .____~. Af rhnr. Mr. Truman is anxious to uc
tiout relations with Comnn' 1st
school principal Prof. Rafael E. Tnat hag bcen one fl( chur-
Moscote succeeded in quleilng1 ...., worriM He has said pub- ....--------,-.-
down the protesting students. ,.". h. covmtry's views en use China, which Britain recor- :m
Meanwhile, another group l", ,' borrlher8 deserve weight nd the United States does ot.
Identified as striking stuoents |"' '*" Brltai-i would become a U. S. off l-lals consider Brit- nj
started a fire at the Uceo de .because^ sniawjw^^_ ven_ china DoUcy frulUegS- am. rf-
iand
""^llife
CAIRO, **. 5 ^-E,yp-;^ngV maintain law\nd or-joff^ls
?'2gH>AFrQ S^"&SS.**-tefe^ dfc Reds Last Week
and that the battle against the; lb. shells 2 lb. mortars were| casuaJUes In- tempers were frayed and name)
Eri i-h in the Sues Canal Zone | the heaviest weapons the Brit- .^-Se00^e^^edVad, were called. .. 8TH ARMY HQ.. Jan. 5 (UP1-
ls entering a new and more se-:ish have used Piously >n }e ^2 {X from tw^days of sav- United Nations officers said the Unlted Natlons iorCes struck
rl Meanwhile, another group
.Jentified as striking stuocnts UCuU...= ,..------------
started a fire at the Uceo de. ^.^ "^Soviet "ven- China policy fruitless am. ef-
Sefiorltas school on Peru Ave-lPrime^tarRct lor ^ ^ be to reach
nu. using a five-gallon tin of *".'"t^ ^ 8erlous dlf-closer harmony on that thorny
gasoline in, an attempt to Butthere w^ ^JO&W}^, j^-^*.^.^
dow*-th bulldiogv SS mI or in*** come to a* ^CRurenTll will retern to
The blaae was quickly put. If vnri- i.fc t.ipI9v or Wtifni
me Dase wra qmraij uM:zrJS,nHn. on York late Tuesday or Wednesday-
out by firemen who answered un"sac?ea're^ort8 are that bota for talks with financier Bcrnvd
the alarm. The would-be arsoh- m^.arn.ceanXis to achieve as Baruch. Next he goes to Can-da
ists were chased but not cap- .men' "" g|~nltv as possible returning here Jan. 15 or 1 or
tured By a group of taxi dr.vers. |close a.orrang unn-yjg* ^ to conaress Jan 1
p.' =. 'srsFHMs mssr.
outside the sea'led-off city of
Sutz, in the Canal Zone.
The Egyptian Cabinet is to
ex mine the worsening situa-
tion at its weekly meeting to-
morrow night.
It is expected to protest a-
gainst the Suez battles on the
grounds that the British fired
on Egyptian police who were
. in the wake wST"r^^^
two gn Tattles between Brtlsh "Joined with guerrillas In at- te rrorist a and ^ ^ Brusn m ^^^t to the ^ tne ^ or the ground
troops and Egyptian Irregulars tacking Brltlah troops. soldlers in tne oursns oi vn ^^ ^ g ^ Reds Dec M
cuy o cue*. Turner told the Communists
The Egyptian authorities are '--------------------------------------------
faced with the task o prevent- Yesterday's baWle was fought
ing the masses from erupting in In the same general area in J ._, [(.inDO
demonstrations which would which the Egyptians fuck ASVlUITI tSCapCe
further complicate a situation Thursday between suburban "f r
already delicate ai>d dangerous. I Egyptian railway shops and a QJ-L.J Anam
Egypt yesterday Hated 24 E- nearby water terina plant yj^gQ Ijp AyOIII
gyptian police and civilians dead. which supplies the British gar-
and 30 wounded and British' rlaon in Suez. *?^
-.------
Waterway Operation Has No Effect
On Prices In Canal Zone Bendetsen
ytelded to the Reds Dec. 28.
Par to the northwest, 20 Unit-
ed States Sabres beat off 40 Migs
which tried to break up a fight-
er-bomber attack on rail tracks
running from Manchuria to the
front lines.
busy last night answering false
alarms.
Damaged caused to the store
Windows of Central 81 and Pi-
nocho stores was estimated at
$500. The other establishment
llat suffered a broken window
was the Importadora Selecta on
"H" Street.________
X^rUtheir BteVr "hom lunch On Jan. 18 he will1 be the io-
todav the two most powerful nor guest of the Washlnt.on
fi SeKartftaik ** ^^^^^XtltUr^
bK w''be brief cruise. In- man-Churchill talks during Wa
eluding dinner, and will bring,return visit here though none
Mr. Truman and Churchill back Uias yet been scheduled.
Neither operational gains nor,
losses experienced in the func-!
tioning of the actual Panam
Canal waterway will result in:
lower or higher prices for serv-,
ices to employes, Assistant Sec-
retary of the Army Karl R. Ben-
detsen told newsmen yesterday. :
Governor Francis K, Newcom-
er, who Is president of the Pan-,
ama Canal Company, which Ben-
detsen serves as chairman of the
board of directors, concurred inj
this assurance in response to a
reporter's question during a press
conference at Balboa Heights.
Bendetsen said that under the,
present Panam Canal Company \
organliatlon, the cost of employe
services are "not considered a
legitimate part of the cost of!
operating the Canal."
Every effort will be made, he
added, to keep the cost of such
community services as low as
possible. He foresaw no "violent
changes" hi costs to employes,
but said that some changes were
sure to occur.
In questioning the Assistant!
Secretary, newsmen made the I this fiscal year
point that employes here feel I After'July 1,1852, he sald^when
some rises in community service the still-new Canal Company
iosts are due to losses In actual will have more experience to go
1 on, such a step might be indi-
cated.
KARL R. BENDETSEN
The Secretary looked greatly
surprised at this and flatly de-
nied that he had committed
himself or the Department of the
Army on this point. He stressed
that this did not mean he was
opposed to such a raise. He had,
he said, discussed the matter
from time to time with labor
representatives who approached
him in Washington on the sub-
ject.
"I hope." he added, "that over
a period of time If there are facts
to support an Increase I would
favor one, but I do not know."
The Secretary added that this
matter along with other admin-
istrative problems, are the prune
responsibility of the head of the
organization, In this case the
Governor.
In reply to a question on the
likelihood of an employe rep-
resentative being appointed to
the board of directors, Ben-
detsen said he was not familiar
with requests far such a step.
He foresaw no action by the
Department of Army in connec-
On Balboa Street
A young lunatic who has es-
caped twice In recent months
from Matas Hernandez Asylum
in Panama was picked up again
today on the streets of Balboa.
This time Otilio Caceres M..
2 Panamanian, was ]ust
wandering around doing no
harm, but the watchful eye of a
Canal Zone .policeman saw
something familiar about him.
Sure enough. Caceres turned
out to be the same man who
was found last month with a
dental lath* and other oropWtt
that did not belong to him. Al-
ter he was sentenced to Bal-
boa Jail vagrancy charge it was
learned that he was an escapee
The conviction was revoked and tWQ
he was turned over to Panama
Police.

waterway operation.
One newsman said tome em-
ployes felt the money was "all
(n two pockets" and what did
not come out! of one could come
out of the other.
Bendetsen, backed up by the
Governor, said this Is not the
case under the law by which the
Panam Canal Company func-
tions.
He added that ship tolls could
neither be raised nor lowered to
affect community services, nor
vice versa.
Emohasizlng that in anv case
it Is the President of the United
81-te.i and not the Canal Com-
pany which fixes toll rates, Ben-
detsen saw no chance that a rec-
( _endatlon to raise tolls would
be Taken ua hv the board during.
United Nations ground forces
on the western front Jumped off
at Korangpo, forcing Communist
withdrawals of up to 600 yards.
Most of the engagements were
fought at about company
strength.
The latest United Nations at-
tack is believed to have restored
the Iront to the line it occupied
The 5th Air Force claimed four
Migs damaged in the past week,
but six United Nations planes
were lost to Communist ground
fire.
Stricken Derelict Under Tow
A$ Tug Finally Fastens Line
Around noon today two pol-
icemen from Panama came to
take him back once again to
Matas Hernandez.
come tax here declared uncon
stltutlonal; and he viewed the
move to have part of the Income
. tax '"kicked back" to the Pana-
To a question on the status o ma canal Company for govern-
the bill pending in Congress to ment ^^j empi0ye services as a
better local-rate retirement priv- matter for the Secretary of the
lieges, Bendetsen saw a good \ Treasurv.
chance for the measure to be glv-
US Army Names
Harry Collins
To Moscow Post
DEPARTMENT OF THE AR-
MY. Washington. D. C, Jan. 5
-i__MaJ. Gen. Harry J. Collins,
tlon with the pending legal ac-.cminjmdlng General. 8th In-
tlon to have application of In-'fantry (Training) Division, Port
m" Jackson South Carolina, has
been selected as Army Attache
to Moscow. USSR, the Depart-
ment of the Army announced
en aariy consideration by the
pr es ent Con gress.
go far as I am concerned,
he stressed, "and so far as all
of m on the board are con-
cerned, we are doing every-
thing we can to see that the
bill gets attention."
Beadetsen was asked to com-
ment on a statement attributed
to" him locally to the effect that
he was In favor of a general in-
crease In the wage structure for
local-rate workers here, .. ...
Treasury
Final evaluation of the civil-
ian anti-aircraft program con-
ducted here last summer has not
been made, Bendetsen said, be-
cause it Is being compared with
results of similar programs else-
where.
To a question as to the
strength of the defense of the
Canal, the Secretary said he
considered them sound In a gen-
eral way, but that this was really
a responsibility o the Joint
Chiefs of Staff.
today.
General Collins will reolace
MaJ.. Gen. Robert W. Grow,
who has been the Army Attache
in Moscow since August, 1960.
The exchange will take place
later this year. General Conins
will arrive In Washington early
to February, prior to his de-
parture for Moscow.
BALBOA TIDES
Saaday, Jan.
. "h .^
11:11 a.m. 5 *
11: pjn. *:
3 Panama Youths
Draw 30-Day, $25
Fines For Larceny
One S0-dk7 Jail term an $25 fines were meted out
in the Balboa Magistrates
Court yesterday to threeyourg
Panamanians found guilty of
taking SO pounds of copprr
screening from the Panama
Canal Company's Maintenance
Division. .
The screening was valued at
3.80.
On petit larceny charges,
Fernando McKlndo, 17, receiv-
ed the 30 day sentence; Beni-
to Salas, le, and Enos McDo-
nald, 17, were fined $25 each.
Anybody's Flowers
Needing Water?
With lawns drying up and
llower beds parching, there s a
nice new roll of garden nose
lying Idle in the Balboa Pouce
Station. .
The hose was found Dec. 28
In the vicinity of the Baar*,a
Commissary around 6:50 pm.
Canal Zone police wlU gladly
turn it over to the owner i.
he can describe Its color knows
how long It Is, and rememoeiS
what he paid for It.
IBEW Meeting Set
The IBEW Local 397 of the
Electrical Workers will meet
Tuesday at 7:30 p. m. to the
new Wlra Memorial building.
LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP) The
British tug Turmoil connected
a Une to the stricken United
States freighter Flying Enter-
prise this morning, and started
towing the derelict vessel through
a rough AMantlc weather soutn-
west Of irelano.
The freighter's skipper, Capt.
Kurt Carlsen, 37. and a young
Scottish seaman. Henry Davies,
27, made last the towrope on the
Flying Enterprise
Efforts to get the towrope
aboard the Flying Enterprise
were made throughout the night,
but wer.5 thwarted by fog.
The line was finally put aboard
about 9 a.m. fcday, to early
morning log and drizzle.
This marked a victory for
Carlsen in his fight to save his
ship and Its cargo together i
worth an estimated $2.000,000. ,
Carlsen has defied the stormy.
Atlantic for a week, most of it
alone. Yesterday he was Joined
by Davies. ,
The Overseas Towing and Salv \
age Co. which owns the Turmoil,,
estimated the towing speed]
would be about two or three
knots.
At this speed the Turmoil and
the Flying Enterprise would take
about a week to reach Falmouth,
the nearest British port.
Yesterday Carlsen endured a
severe lashing by waves and rain
squalls ns he clung precariously
with one hand to a railing and
made seven v*iln efforts to se-
cure a line from the Turmoil.
Carlsen left his wave-swept
deckhouse and crawled first to
the bow of the ship, where he
tried five times to grab and se-
cure a "messenger line" thrown
over from the Turmoil.
Each time he failed.
Then he crept slowly to the
stern. The Turmoil crew twice
snagged a line on the stern of
the Enterprise, but the gear
parted both times as the two ves-
sels rocked violently in the
mountainous waves
By that time, fog was closing
in and the Atlantic was swept by
40-mile-per-hour winds.
The Turmcli's skipper. Capt.
Dapper" Dan Parker, 60. Fal-
mouth. halted 'he operations to
await clearing weather.
It was then that Davies went
aboard *he Enterprise.
Davie.;, first mate of another
'tug, WB-. vacationing in Fal-
mouth wnen ht was called to
(oln the Turmoil's crew on Its
375-mlle race to the distressed
ship, or the southwest coast of
England
He jumped ,-iboard the ship
from tho tug when the sterns ot
the two vessels touched.
A message from the U.S. des-
troyer John W Weeks said the
Enterprise's deck was cracked
and the No. 3 hold was water-
logged. It said the ship was list-1
ing even more sharply into the
water tnan the HO degree angle
reported >esterday.
The Enterprise also was slight-
ly down kt the bow, the Weeks
said.
Its rudder and screw were clear
of the water, but the message
said the vessel was "still buoyant
and riding satlcfactorlly."
In London, the Air Ministry
dropped iw usual impersonal re-
cital o weathtr information to
announce a gale warning with
"regret." voicing the wide sup-
port for Carlser. !n his determin-
ation to stick with his ship un-
til "it towed or sunk." ,
FINALLY IN TOW The Flying Enterprlse wii^h Its gallant
; skipper. Capt. Henrik Kurt Carlsen. who h*d ^n*-**
i aboard lor seven days, rides to the rough Atlaatte.



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THE PANAMA AMERICAN
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Telephone Panama No. 20740 casle aooress panamerican. panama
Colon office. 12.179 Central Avenue between 12th ano 13th streets
foreion representatives joshua b powefls. inc.
345 Madison Ave new vobk. i it 1 N. Y.
LOCAL MAIL
PtR MONTH. IN AOVANCt_______________________* 1.70 2.BO
FOR SIX MONTHS, in advance_________________ 9.80 13.00
FOR ONI YEAR. IN ADVANCE____________________ 18.90 24 OO
Walter Winchell
In New York
Labor News
And
Comment
By Victor Riesel
lopsided Men Just Don't Impress This Fellow
BROADWAY MIDNIGHT
The Big Parade: Doris Duke, the World's Richest Gal, and
her ex-husband (P. Rubirosa) dancing like sweethearts at the
Embers...Marlene Dietrich, the Grandmadonna, who starts her
new radio series at 9:15 this Sabbath eve... June Havoc's skirt
flaying with the wind (and vice versa) near the Latin Quarter...
ar.ey Granger he makes hefty wages in the Bollywoods), who
does his own laundry.. Maurice Evans, the star, taking the sub-
-way homejust like people.. Jennifer Jones (and her two sons) I ",. b d earners haye
whirling around the Rockefeller Rink-with nobodv spotting'he* ""u _.? midst of bU-
|.. George Shearing (the sightless pianowhii) scoring eight strikes "
Jn a row at the 50th and Big Apple bowling alley...Mrs. Lionel
lampton ankling along V Ave. in the bandleader's Yule gift: A
streen mink coat worth $14,000.. Sights to Thrill About: Laurence
..Olivier rehearsing his palsthe Rex Harrisons (Lillie Palmer), at
"the Guild in "Venus Observed."
A bitter voice will awaken
Washington on what might nor-
mally be just another quiet
Sunday morning at 10 o'clock
on Jan. 13.
Angrily It will whiplash the
men who are running the Amer-
ican defense machine.
For It will be the machine-
gun-paced voice of Walter Reu-
ther speaking to hundreds of
his followers, called In from
I across the nation to a Hotel
' Statler conference room, Just
[three streets from the White
; House, to discuss aid for the
hundreds of thousands of fa-
llon-dollar prosperity.
Sallies in Our Alley: Jackie Miles, who open.-, at the Copa to- I
" morrow night, says Frank Costello was tickled silly to learn Rudy
Halley (ol the Kefauver Comm.i got married.. ."Ha, Ha! How
'does he like having a Ball St Chain!" he ha-ha'd Broadway
Confucius: Star Who Let Publicity Go To Head Wind Up With
Faced Clippings.
Short Storv: Mrs. Red Barber, 21 years wed to the radio sports
oracle, was reminiscing about the way it all began...It started
with Red's charming Southern accent and his "sweet way, but
her friends cautioned her against marrying him "Sweet talk, ;morning will be
they warned, "will never earn you a living". "What, we asked thos(j Qj the 1Q0Q
-her, "does Red make a year now?".. ."Over, she ho-hummed, CJO Automoblle y
Bluntly, Reuther will de-
mand that President Tru-
man's government pay a
full week's wages to every
unemployed man in the land
for every week which he
spends in search of a job
to replace the one he lost
when the defense agencies
slashed him from the eco-
nomy by slashing civilian
production.
Surrounding
"S100.0O0."
Reuther that
presidents of
locals of the
Workers Union
throughout the country which
'Love
Memos of a Midnighter: The. Th.a,cr Guild,"Legend <>f g temple&*/[^
t^SSJffSJSSZA ^^fiBH&rSB S& Sn^ave^Sed^up
per night... Locals wonder why Robert Keith, Jr., gave notice to ie Bf*5K bv*2l auto
the Chicago troupe of "Moon Is Blue" after only a week? The ^^v^nd otherLfor el-
Rosenbergs' appeal In the spy case (the? are in Death Row at 5P0 otnersror ci
Sing Sing i will be heard in a fortnight. .The Alexander Grays
(of the opera and cinemas) have parted.. .Ellen, the dghtr of
actress Stella Ardler. has broken the troth with her Parisian and
is back in town resuming with Marlon Brando... Eugene O'Neill's ,and the Michigan business men
estranged wife (Carlota Monterey) put up a fight when Pat Neal agree that some 250,000 soon
'was sugrested for the lead In the revival of "Desire Under the will be jobless in Detroit alone.
Elms'...Gamblers at Las Vegas. Miami Beach. Havana, New
York and Reno were enriched by a Philly steel man named Fleld-
1King In the past few months. He cheerfully dropped over $1,000.000.
f>
Novelette: A group of show people were chatting about grati-
tude and how bread cast upon the waters sometimes brings back
angel cake.. .The story of Franz Lehar, the great composer, was
-recalled...When he was a nobody, he went to Maxine-sa Pari-
sian cafe as obscure as he was.. .He didn't realize how expensive
It was until the check cameand he refused to accept a lift in
money from the young lady he "dined".. ."I will be glad to wash
the dishes, mop the floor and wait on table," he told the owner one {or (jefen8e. The 'union will
...."Oh," said the man, "pay me some other time when you can l0rder tg people to go out and
and if you can't, forget It. son"... When Lehar wrote The Mer- scrunge scrap t0 maintain steel
ry Widow" he added the song. "Maxine's," at the final moments i production.
...It was abounry and catchy thing that soon became a house- But tnege wU1 be tne woras
vlllan work.
There will be other demands
shouted out since Reuther
The Auto Union leaders will
ask for the organization of a
"technical task force of scient-
ists and engineers" to locate
substitute materials for scarce
materials like copper and lead.
The union leaders, with high
CIO chiefs at their sides, will
ask lor the increased use of
the "dual"' assembly lines
one line for civilian goods and
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Order Of Ruark
By BOB RUARK


with which one fills
corlatlng speeches.
out ex-
hold tune in Franceand put the little unknown cafe on the
map of the world.
Broadwav Ringside: "La Ronde," a daring film from France
(produced by the Hakimsi, cant get a license from N. Y. State.
A click 4 months in, Washington, D. C, and in its 5th in Los An- -^
*eles. Anton Walbrook, D. Darrleux and S. Slmone star Joyce about rus many pians_e know
Mathews has a diamond lh a bank vault valued at $19,000. .It is that theres W^JJ nnme
not from William. Came from an old Atlantic City beau.. .Milton dli
Berle let at Christmas. He probably will never stop caring deeply for
herno matter what the headlines scream...FUI D'Orsay and
her groom tried and tried but the verdict Is final...Add cozy
couples at Chateau Madrid: Tommy Brent and Felice Tyler, the
Isoap heiress.. Emotress Marcia Henderson and her ex-male are
1 cooing again over long-distance. May re-merge.. .Met Opera box-
' holder Mrs. Ell T. Watson lost a diamond-platinum gem there
jbut unlike those In the Spectacular Setshe told only her insur-
ance brokers about It.
Manhattan Murals: Michael Jordan, the Gilded Cage door-
butler, who appeared in over a doien Hollywood films. He wears
'.stage makeup while opening doors. His current films include
"Great Caruso" and "The Black Hand".. The kids from Harlem
(al1 about 7 years young) giving a concerttf Afro-Cuban rhythms
on the ZJegfeld corner. Very good, too...The burly pharmacist
On a 57th and 6th drug store) who kills spare time knitting..
JThe angry (sober) young man rushing thru the door of a 3rd
Avenue bar at 9 p.m. (Dec. 27th), pulling a drunken gal from the
bar, socking her on the chin and picking her up tenderly, and
then arm-in-arm going to the bar for a drink.
________
Mystery Man: Washington's No. 1 headline-maker (in the
;tax scandals) Is Henry Grunewald. "The Dutchman".. .Broad-
Jwayltes who know him for years report he is worth about ten
.million dollars...He was a prohibition agent In the New York
iTJlsft during prohibition2nd In command of the Alcoholic Unit
{. A terrific look-alike for the late Louis Wolhelm.. .Grunewald
ieportedly was once bodyguard and confidant for a multl-mll-
aionalre named J. March of Lake Wales, Florida, who maintained
* jemptuous apartment at the Hotel Plaza on 59th St....Grune-
%ald dwelled there with him. His duties included keeping the old
Iman out of trouble. His salary was $30,000 per year and although
March died four years ago. Grunewald still maintains the Plaza
t .Later he lived with Guy Haverling, the late U. S. Internal
evenue Commissioner. This connection was why they said In
Washington: "If you have a tax situation, see the Dutchman."
THIS IS YOU FORUM THI API'S OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Ths Mail B> is as opsn forum tor readers of Ths Panama Amsr-
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HsWial manna*.
If ran centribute letter don't bs ImpaNant If it docin't appsst ths
day. Lartati is published in ths arelar received.
Meats try to hasp ths lattars limitad to ons poos langth.
Mantrfy of Istttr writer hi held in ttricteit confidants.
This nswtpsper asssmat na responnbility tor ststamanti or opinions
axprsissd hi lattars frsm reader*.
DONT GIVE IT TO THE
CANAL COMPANY
Mail Box Editor: ............
Now that the new year has be-
ph I would like to see Mr. Love-
fihiy show more interest In the
working class Instead of the Ca-
rnal Company. I believe he had
made a statement that the ln-
ne tax should be turned over
the Panam Canal Co.. for
ting expenses, etc. I cordi-
am not looking for appease-
it, either the tax be returned
the people or not at all. No-
m the States Is Income
And how was the Administra-
tion Building operating? Why, of
course, Just a few employes, with
plenty of office space.
NEW YORK.We have already failed mise- in the field of arts, wj were able to award Miss
rably in our duty to the customers by not writ- Samla Gamal, of Egypt, the palm for outstand-
ing a poem for Christmas consumption in which lng work In interpretive dancing.
to backslap friends and appease creditors, and Miss Gamal, a frlnge-swlsher or cooch-dancer,
have allowed 1982 to sneak In without the cus- wiggled her way into the affections of Master
tomary list of superlatives so dear to the final Sheppard King of Texas, who was so moved he
days of the expiring year. changed his name to Abdullah and forthwith
This we propose to remedy immediately. embraced the Moslem faith. Then he embraced
It would seem the time has come to oust the Miss Gamal. This proves that the way to a man's
Duchess of Windsor and the other steadgles from heart Is not necessarily through his own sto-
the best-dressed ladles list maoh.
My nominee is Mrs. Merl Young, the $9,000 Still enmeshed In the a:ts, we found Miss Bar-
minx-coat lady, whose everloving figured In the bara Peyton, the object of so many affections,
RFC hearings. Certainly, she rales the nod over to be the year's outstanding actress.
A most practical man Is Rcu- Mrs. T. Lamar Caudle, that sweet thing whose Miss Peyton's dramatic abilities so enslaved the
ther, despite the many quips mink onjy cost $4,200, and was. Instrumental In Messrs. Franchot Tone and Thomas Neal that
getting poor papa canned .from the tax prqrsecu- Mr* Neal was movedto .bust Mr. Tone's patrician
tlon ena of the Justice Department. beak. In retaliation, Mr. Ton* kicked a lady in
Possible runner-up might be LIU St Cyr. the the shins and then spat In her eye.
stripper, whose Insufficient clothing was subject Hollywood, this past year, seemed richer In
of legal controversy on the West Coast. Lili made culture than at any time since the halcyon days
Life Magazine, though, which some girls figure of Fatty Arbuckle.
Is sufficient coverage. Most intrepid-explorer award was shared by
On the record, Harry Truman would have to Humphrey Bogart and Katharine Hepburn. They
qualify as the best-dressed President of the Unit- went to Africa to make a picture together, and
ed Statescurrently in office, that is. both returned alive. How. nobody knows.
Some may criticize his sportswear as a trifle From now on the awards must be capsuled
too sedate for a President but no living fashion due to lack of space.
critic can say that a double-breasted olue suit Prettiest nameGreasy Thumb Guzlk the
Is not set off admirably by a white Texas-type crime commission witness
sombrero and a cane. Most-willing taxpayerFrank Costello, the ci-
As place-horse to Mr. Truman in the men's- yic leader,
clothing sweepstakes, I must offer Tallulah Bank- Most-retiring public servant Former Mayor
head. Some say she ownc a skirt, but all L ever William O'Dwyer, who retired to Mexico when
saw her wear Is slacks. the New York pavements got too hot for hit feet
There was some bitter argument over candi-
dates for the most likely-to-succeed list.' Most-retlcent singerHarry Oros* the book-
The deadlock was finally broken In favor of maker, whose voice failed him at a crucial mo-
Virginia HU, the mysterious lady to whom ment in court, causing the D.A. to weep bitterly
gentlemen have long given money when she ask- Prettiest convicted spy-at-large J u d ltn
ed for it.
From the record Miss Hill will never know want
not so long as she keeps her own counsel and
shuns the garrulousness that earned poor Willie
Morettl the finest funeral we are likely to see
for sometime.
hungry followers supplement-
ary unemployment pay to pro-
vide workers with full compen-
sation for the wages they lose
during conversion to defense.
And he knows that only le-
gislation can win this for his
people.
That's why the Sunday quiet
will be broken in Washington
and not elsewhere. For that
day comes shortly after Con-
gressmen return from their
home states. And Reuther has
arranged to have the home
state boys follow them In.
On Monday morning the
Auto Union's second echelon
moves from the Statler, up
the Hill to Congress. There,
the delegates wl split up
into teams and buttonhole
the Representatives from
their home districts.
They'll beat a verbal tat-
too on the Congressmen.
They'll ask for immediate
legislation for more unem-
ployment compensa tion.
That will mean immediate
relief.
Watching all this will be the
CIO's national leaders. This
United Automobile Workers
Union maneuver Is considered
the "most Important item" on
the Washington scene right
now.
They feel that this session
more than anything else that
can be done, will "highlight the
lop-sided nature of the entire
defense program" and spotlight
"the sloppy procurement me-
thods, unfair and inadequate
allocation of metals and the
stupid almost criminal ....
wastage of manpower." And
that's a quote, brother.
These CIO leaders say, that
since they can have no political
motivefor they are on the
friendliest of terms with Presi-
dent Truman this Is Just the
wav to kick off the New Year.
Nothing could help the na-
Now the Merh niv Is olnseH HOU""i coula ne'P ine na-
BulldChDlvM\t,^ to'blast Wash-
very little work throughout the "Bon,8uwelrd Plann"B or
Canal, and the Administration!la$?' *, ... ._,.,
Building? Tut tut, not only is It Mui haa the
overflowing but they had to move
to the Air Terminal. That, of
course, wasn't sufficient; now
they have to take over the office
space In the Special Engr. Build-
ing.
Now, why should I pay taxes
for such inefficient operation. I
paid to any company, and 11 was assuming that since there Is
[not want to pay It to the Ca-
Company, Just because it Is
at a terrific overhead.
Lovelady should be
ibie to have it returned to the
Canal as the brass wishes I am
Jone who will Immediately en-
xleavor to file suit against such
petlon.
I well remember during 1944
and 1948 when the Mechanical
Division was operating 24 hours
daily. Building Division having
Slenty of work in the field, also
E. Dlv., Beet. Div.. and nu-
merous others working all hours.
less work throughout the Canal
the non-productive white collar
worker will also be lessened, but
lo, it has Increased tremendous-
ly. So Mr. Lovelady dont try to
fool me that such a move will
lower commissary prices, Includ-
ing others.
If the over-burdened clerical
support of the auto Industry,
for only a few days ago Gen-
eral Motors President Charles
Wilson told War Moblllzer
Charles Wilson:
-Further reduction in al-
lowable automobile pro-
duction will not result in the
production of one more gun,
tank, or airplane in the sec-
ond quarter of next year
than will otherwise be pro-
duced."
S* J*** ta 80- whT t *M.-
000 families get to know again
the gnawing fear of meagerly-
laden tables, the grlmness of
having the breadwinner Idle at
Copln.
Most-honest sport bassetball We do not in-
clude crapshootlng, which is Mr gal.
Most successful government effort Price
stabilization.
Man of the yearGen. Harry Vaughan.
Storm Warning
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
&& b were lessened In home because there's no wort
proportion to the other organl-,for him anywhere In town?
Htfcns there would be no such That's the question Walter
* H. tremendous, overhead, Reuther's angr/ voice will luS
and the Panam Canal Company
can easily pay for itself.
Seen-Plenty.
(Copyright 1951. Post-Hall
Syndicate. Inc.)
WASHINGTON.The new year begins, unhap- there is certainly something ominous about in-
plly enough, with the biggest, darkest, and most telligence reports pin-pointing the planned date
serious storm warning that has been run up in of the invasion between January is and the end
Washington In many months. of February.
In brief. Gen. de Latir de Tassigny, French Precisely similar intelligence reports which
commander In Indochina, is now convinced that were disregarded, forecast the aggression In
the Chinese Communists are plnnnlng a major Kosea. .
Invasion of Indochina. There is of course a clcse connection between
The general's view Is shared by the French gov- this new danger and the truce negotiations In
eminent, which has passed on Gen. de Lattre's Korea. The most common prediction Is that the
warning and bluntly Inquired about American move will come, if it does come after a Korean
Intentions in case of a Chinese Communist at- truce has been signed: the U. forces are de-
tack across Indochina's Lordere. finitely disengaged In Korea; and the United
It is anybody's guess, o course, whether Paris States has given away to relaxation in a general
Is right in fearing the worst. The British govern- ringing of bells.
ment, thus far, disputes the French view of the There is as yet no agreement at all on how to
situation, while in Washington opinions vary deal with the danger,
from official to official. The French want Franco British American
It is at least impressive, however, that the military talks. But the British have no forces to
brave and dedicated Gen. de Lattre, who has spare, and the American Joint Chiefs are deter-
been notably optimistic until very recently, has mined not to become lnvolvea In another war
now come to expect the Chinese Communists to on the Korean pattern. Thus such talks cannot
attack. ^, ^ ^ conceivably produce a purely local solution of
The evidence which has changed the general's the problem. ^
opinion can be simply summarized. Besides merely hoping for the best there are
The Chinese Commu.ilst armies above the only two real, bleakly simple choices
Indochlnese border have lately been brought up First, an effort can be made to deter the threat
to a strength of about 225,000 men. They have ened Chinese Communist attack by a stern
received important additions of heavy equip- warning that it would mean unlimited war with
ment. China. This could be usefully coordinated with a
Their attack routes Into Indochina have been flat statement that renewed aggression in Korea
repaired and are now open lor mass movements will be taken as an act of general war Soma-
o men and arms. thing of the sort Is certaluly being serlouslv con-
And, most Important very large numbers of sldered.
Chinese combat units have already moved from Yet to Issue such a warning requires a wllllng-
thelr old garrison areas into jump-off poslltons ness to fight a world war, u need arises while
on the border. the West is still unprepared. ^
To make matters worse, the Infusion of about
80,000 native Indochlnese Communist troops, Second, the loss of Indcchlna can be accepted
trained and re-equlppecl behind the protection while a concerted effort .s made to hold In Ma-
of the Chinese border, has already sharply alter- laya. But thta will mean accepting also the chain
ed the balance within Indochina. reaction set off by the loss of Indochina And
The British might be able to hold on at the even if the chain reaction couid be broken In
narrow neck of the Kra peninsula in Malaya, at Malaya, the loss of Indochina, Slam and Burma
least for some time, thus protecting the rich will mean something close to defeat In the cold
prize of Indonesia. war.
Yet the loss of most of their essential trading From defeat in the cold war, there Is only one
area In southeast Asia would certainly cause appeal, to hot war.
India and Japan to tremble from the shock, and Thus if the Chinese Communists do attack In
the contagion would surely spread Into the soft Indochina, the decision /111 really turn on whe-
and threatened Middle East, western Europe it- ther It Is better to risk reneral war now when
self would be terribly hard hit. we are still unready, or to accept a terrible re-
Such Is the frightening vista opened up by verse in order to have more guns and tanks and
Gen. de Lattre's warning. planes to fight with later on.
It must be repeated that the danger is still From these alternatives It Is natural to turn
discounted by many normally good Judges. But away, and to hope for the best
SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, IMS
^wiy WASHINGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND
_____ MIW PEARSON
Drew Pearson says: Mystery man Grunewald has friends
in high places; Leo Crowley banned any probe of
Grunewald's past; The Dutchman remained in this
country as an alien.
WASHINGTON.-One of the most amazing things about
mystery man Henry Grunewald is the way he has been able to
ingratiate himself with those In high places
. *enP 8 abllto ""P m to see the vice president, has a letter
or thanks from President Truman for t. campaign contribution,
crops In to see GOP Senator Brewster if Maine who calls him
Henry," and got GOP Senator Bridges of New Hampshire to help
him pull wires on a tax fraud case.
He has three limousines, a winter house In Miami Beach, a
rummer house at Spring Lake, N. J., and uses the Washington
Hotel apartment of former Secretary of War Woodrlng.
How he manages all these contacts no one exactly knows,
especially In view of the fact that he was unwilling to answer any
questions about himself before the King committee.
However, strangest of all connections was with the former
Allen Property Custodian, Leo Crowleydespite Crowley's denials.
Grunewald had such a close frlendsiilo with Crowley that he
was actually authorized to speak for him at stockholders' meet-
ing? of the big alien corporations In wartime.
Crowley now says: "I don't remember Grunewald."
However, at the time he was hired Crowley's office put a
memo In the files showing his astonishing trust In "The Dutch-
man" by stopping any Investigation of Grunewald's past.
GRUNEWALD'S PAST
"The Office of the Custodian has investigated Grunewald
Crowley's office stated on Aug. 25, '42, "and because of the nature
of the work to be performed by this man for the custodian, It is
requested that the Civil Service Commission refrain from mak-
ing any Investigation of Grunewald. His record Is entirely satis-
factory to the custodian."
Perhaps what Crowley wanted to cover up was Grunewald's
record as a government prohibition agent.
This showed he was demoted from $4,000 to $1,800 a year on
Jan. 12. 1922, and finally was kicked out of the government on
Oct. 3, 1922, after being indicted by a New York Grand Jury in
connection with the "Illegal removal and disposition of liquor."
Later, In a Job application, Grunewald gave this version of
his Indictment:
"In Oct. 1922, while I was a general agent assigned to the
New York prohibition office, I was indicted by a Federal Grand
Jury In the southern district of New York for conspiracy to violate
the Federal prohibition law. The Indictment named a number of
Individuals, including Roswell A. Saver and myself. The case a-
Slnst me was dismissed after a verdict was Indicated to the Jury
Federal Judge Wlnslow.
SO YEARS AN ALIEN
"In fairness to myself," Grunewald explained. "I believe that
I should add that the whole Indictment was a move In a political
battle raging In New York at that time, nnd the prohibition unit
was simply a pawn."
Here are some more things which the mystery man might
have told the King committee but didn't:
Grunewald was born May 19, 1892, at Port Elizabeth, South
Africa, but neglected to become naturalized as an American citl-
xen until Feb. 3, 1942. This was two months after Pearl Harbor
and after he went to work for the Allen Property Custodian.
For years, as an alien, Grunewald worked for various branches
of the government.
He served in the U. S. Navy from 19C9 to 1914, worked as a
desk clerk at the naval Young Men's Christian Association In
Brooklyn, got a Job In 1915 as a bookkeeper for Western Electric
In New York City.
His first Job as an Investigator came in 1917. when he secur-
ed a temporary appointment with the old FBI.
In 1919, he served as confidential investigator for the Re-
publican National Committee at $6.000.
In 1921 he got a $4,000-a-year Job with the Commissioner of
Prohibition which-, ironically, came-undtr the Internal Revenue
Bureau. It was his relations with ex^commlsstoner Schoeneman
and ex-counsel Ollphant of Internal Revenue which recently
brought Grunewald into the limelight.
Grunewald has also developed some Interesting contacts in
the liquor business, and as late as 1944 he was under investiga-
tlflnby the alcohol ta^t unit for alleged black-marketing In
Grunewald also spent from 1928 to 1942 as a personal, con-
fidential Investigator for Henry w. Marsh, the Insurance mogul,
at a stated salary of $12,000 to l8,000.
NOTEIn his tax returns Grunewald does not give the source
of large chunks of income. This column Is still mystified how,
from such a relatively modest salary and background, he was
able to operate two homes, three limousines and developed so
many high contacts.
CHRISTMAS GIFTS
Graft scandals have made government officials so Jittery
that Christmas packages from business friends were scrutinized
this year as never before.
Some officials returned anything looking like "influence"
gifts without even opening the package to see what was inside.
However, the wife of a Navy Department employe couldn't
resist the' temptation and opened a large, ornately wrapped box
brought by the mailman.
Inside was a year's supply of Boy Scout calendars for her
husband, an Arlington, Va., scoutmaster.
MERRY-GO-ROUND
Holiday Joke going the rounds at the hard-pressed Bureau of
Internal Revenue:
First employe "What did you giv3 your wife for Christ-
mas?"
Second employee"An Ollphant hide bag with shoes to
match."
The volume of Christmas mall this reason, including parcel
post, set another all-time record, 30 per cent greater than last
year. P. O. officials estimated it was enough to fill a string of
boxcars stretching from Washington' to Chicago.
Happy Chandler, President of the International Baseball Con-
gress, plans a baseball "Olympics" in the United States in which
top American amateur teams would compete against teams from
Japan, Western Germany, Mexico, Canaaa, Argentina and other
countries.
Happy won't be unhappy if the big league owners who ousted
him as baseball commissionerand who outlaw American pro-
fessional ballplayers that Jump to Mexicoare put on the spot
by the good-will tournament.
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Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACtflC 0U>k
Insurance Salesman
He Split Take With
Testifies
Tax Man
\
Catholic
AM.
teaelons. Saturday3:30. $:00 pm
7:00. 1:00 p.m. Thursdays for First
("rlday7.00, IK p.m.
Wniiaa H. Beeby.
Sunday School.............
Morning. Worship..........
Baptl'l Tralnln Onion ....
Evangelistic Service........
Stayer Meeting Wedneadaya
W.M.S Bible Study
Thuradayi...................
Men'a Brotherhood
(Laat Monday is month) ..
BaM am
10:45 a.m
OJO om
l-SO n m
7:30 om.
... 0 am
730 run
ATURTIC SAPTIST CHUBCH
Bolivar Avenue at 12th Street
CrktobaL C.Z.
Rev fred L. Jonea. Paator
*Y
Methodist
7:30 D.m. Weekly Prayer
rtia. MLTHUDIST CHURCH
iBrlUab Conioancei
Minister Wllilsm H. Armstrong
1:00 am. Morning Prayer and Sermon
1:00 p.m. Sunday School.
4:00 Man' Meeting.
TUS tun. Evening Prayer and Sermon
! TaUMITX METHODIST CHURCH
7th Street and lender Avenue.
Hey. Norman Pratt, allniatei
Colon. R P
Ray. Norman Pratt. Minister
Sunday Servlcea at (JO a.m. and 7:1a
tm.: Sunday School (or all agaa at I
m.
Monday
Meeting.
CBENEZEK MBTHODUtl CHURCH
Siver City. C.Z
Sunday Service H em. and :15 p.m
Sunday School (or all age* at S JO pm
Tuesday 7:30 p.m.. Prayer Meeting
-Year Invitation To Warship"
Bible School ............... 3:44 am
Worship ................... 11:00 am
Training Union ............ 30 p.m
Worship ..................TJp pm.
Prayer Meeting iTtiura.! TJ0 om
Seventh Day
Adventist
Sunday 11 00 a.m. first gt Third Wed-
S1VENTH-OAY "
Weekly Services In all Churehea,
as follows:
Saturday Sabbath School J SO a.m.
Divine Worahlp 11 00 a m. Youth's Meet-
ing 4 JO p-n
SundayBible Lecture 7:30 p.m. Wed-
nesday nibte Study and Prayer Ser-
vice 7:30 p.m.
Pacific Hide Panam A Balboa
English rhurchea R T. Kenkin. Dis-
trict Pastor
Churches: Cabo Verde. Ave. J. F. de
la Ossa: Jamaica Society Hall: Chorrillo:
Rio Abajo: Pueblo Nuevo: Balboa Chapel
0044 Gaviln Rd Balboa (Saturday
Meetings only).
Panam Spanish Church JR. Cas-
la Aon. Pastor: Calle Daran.
Gamboa xn Frijolee A. A. Grlnle.
Pastor.
Atlantic Side
English Churches S. F. Clarke. Dis-
trict Postor.
Churches Coln Enfilan. Third Street:
Cristobal English, 16th St ar Bolivar
Ave.: Cristobal Spanish. 10th St. at Bo
livar Ave.
(Listed below ara the Catholic Church
in the Canal Zone end those in the tar*
mlnal cities o Panam and Colon whoa*
congregations are primarily Engllah-
peaklng Besides these, the Cathedral In
Panama City, the Cathedral of the Un-
maculate Conception in Coln, and num.
erous parish churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congresstlon are o-imarlly Span-
sh-speaking I
ST. MARX'S
Balboa
Sunday Masses: 5:55, 1:00, 10:00. 11:00.
12:00 am.
Benediction: 5:00 pm
Holy Day Maaaea: 5:55. 8:00. 11:10. 11:34
am.
Confessions.
7:30.8
Friday7.00, :00 run.
Miraculous Mesial NovenaMonday at
7:00 p.m.
Rdkary every evening el 7:00
SACRED HEART
' Ancon
Sunday Maasea: 5:55, 7J0. JO am
Holy Days: 5:33. 7 JO la
Confaaalons: Saturday3 JO, 1:00
7:00, 8:00 p.m. Thursday (or
Friday7:00. 8:00 p.m.
Sacred Heart DevotionsFriday at 7:00
am
ST. TERESA'S
Cocoli
Sunday Mass: 1:30 am
Holy Day: :00 am
CURUMDb CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Maas: 1:30 am
Holy Days: 5:45 am.
Confession: 3:30, 6:00 p.m. Saturday.
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a.m
Holy Days: JO em.
Confessions: Saturday7:15. 7:15 pm
Rosary: Monday. Wednesday and Satur-
day at 7:00 pm.
Catechism Clamas- Sundsy-10:30. 11 JO
am.
ST. JOSEPH
Paraso
Sunday Maaa: 7:00 ajn.
Holy Days: :45 am.
Confaeslons: Saturday3:30. 4 KM im
Rosary: Tuesday 7:00 pm.
Catechism Claasea: Sunday-10:30. 11
a-m.
J. VINCENT"
Panam
Sunday Masses: :00. 8:30 aj
Holy Days: 00, 8:30 a.m.
Confessions: Saturday3:00. :00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 7:00, 8 00
Rosary every evening: 7:0) p.m
ST. JOHN BAPTIST DE LA SAIXE
Rio Abajo
Sunday Maaaas: :30. 8:30 am.
Benediction: 4:00 pm.
Holy Day Maasea: 5:45 am.
Confessions: Saturday-3 SO. 4:30 am. -
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena.
Mlraniloua MedaJ NoveneFriday 7:00
Rosary: Monday and WedneedayT0
gam
Sunday Maaa: 7:00 amTHoly Day
3:45 am.
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7*0
Lutheran
tUDEKMER LUTHERAN CHURCH
The Church ef the Lutheran Hear1'
H. T. Semthal. Pastor
JO Balboa Road. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Clam V s so
Worship service 10:13 a.m.. "Coma Thou
With and We Will Do The. Good." A
friendly welcome swells all visitors. Pat-
luck upper second Sunday each month
30 p.m.. game night, fourth Sunday
'JO p.m. The Service Canter, open Wed-
needay through Sunday, extends a cor
t all militar
dial welcome
nersnnnel
Episcopal
J0
pm.
Conies
salons: Saturday3JO. 8:00, 7*0,
8:00 p.m.
Rosary every evening except Tueaday at
7:00 p.m.
COCO SOUTO PLAYSsUtD
Pastor. Rev Wrn J. Finn. CJ.
Sunday Maaa ............... 7:* am
HolylJay Mas.............** "
Sunday School............. 8:41 am
Service* Thursday rdghts ... IM om
Cnnfeswrnns before Mas*
CHURCH Of THE HOLT FAMIL
Margarita. C.Z. ___
Rev William J Finn. CM.
i. .!* o.ia
MIRACULOUS MEDAL CHURCH
New Cristobal, th. at G St
Pastor. Rev. Vincent Ryan. CM.
Sunday Masses. 7. 8 1JO am
Weekday Maaa. JO am
Sat.. 8:00 a.m.
Holy Day Masaea. 0 a:00 a.m.
C^nfaaalon. Rosry. nightly 7.D0 p.m
Sunday School after the 8 am Maaa-
Miraculous Medal Novena eervtcas. -
Mon 5.00 A 7:00 p.m
1st Sat Devotion, every 1st Sat after
ANCN, CJC
TUB CATHEDRAL OP SI LUKE
The Rt. Rev. R. Hebar Gooden, Bishop
rhe Vary Rev. Raymond T. Ferns. Dear
7:30 a-m. Holy Communion
:3U a.m. Cathedral School.
10:11 Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
union and Sermon.)
7:00 pm.Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL. UP.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
a St. near O, Navy
Iton A Cookson, Paator
Holy Communion 7:30 a.m
Church School 8:30
Morning Prayer-Sermon DM a.m.
[H.C first "
(ounf Peopl
Sunday In the month.)
'TVeanar Service 40
Wednaaday. Holy Communion 8 JO p.m
Choir Rehearsal 7 JO am.
A House of Prayer for all people.
COCOLI
Church af St Andrew
The Rev. David R Reed
Holy Communion 7JO am
Sunday School JO a-m.
Public Worship 10:45 a.m
(H.C. drat Sunday in the month.)
Young People fellowship 4:00 p sn
Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening
it C:30 p.m.
Women's Auxiliary and and th mure-
dsys st 7 JO p.m.
House of Prayer and Fellowship for al)
oeople
COROZAL
The Van. A. F.
Nightengale
8:00 am. Every Friday: Morning Pray,
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun. C Z.
Pastor. Rev. Frand Lynch. CM-
Sunday Mass. 8*0 am.
Weakday Masaea Thura JO am
Sat. 7*0 am
Holy Day Maas. 7*0 am.
Miraculous Mdal Novena aarvle -
Mon 7:15 p.m.
1st Friday. Confession. Communion,
;:15 n.m
Con:
fesstons Sat JO fn om
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun. Near Locks
Psstoi Rev Franc!.' Lynch
Sunday Masa. 0:45 am
Weekday Masse Tues frl 00 am
Holy Day Mas. :00 a.m.
Miraculous Medal Novena enrice -
Frl. 7:13 pm.
Confessions Sat.. 7:13 8*0 pm
1st Sat Devotion very 1st Sa
(H.C. 1st- rrlday.i
GAMBOA
St glasea Charch
Rev. Antala Oabaa 8.
Padre Mlgael -33S
Holy Communion .......... 10:30 a.m
Sundsy School ............. 1 00 pm
Youth Organizations 5 00 A COO pro.
Evening Prayer A Blbbla
2nd es 4th Sunday .......i... 7 JO p.m.
Woman's Auxiliary ........ 7:30 pm.
2nd and 4th Thursday.
LA BOCA
Si, Peter'. Chareb
Rao. HII. 8. Shirley, Prtaat
S e.m.Hly CaRiauintnn
T a.m.Choral Eucharist and Sermon,
10 a-m.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
t p.m.Holy Baptism.
7:30 p m. Vespers end
Communion Tuesday and Thursdays.
7 a.m., Wedneadaya and Friday t am.;
Girls Friendly j and 7 pm. Monday.
pm. Tuesday; Vespers nightly at T. as-
cent Saturday Cotnplma 7 JO p.m.
MAstOARITA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita rioepiul
The Rev. M A. Cookson
Sunday School 0 am Evening Prsyei
:0 D m
FALO BRCO
Church af The Hery Cosafertee
The Ven. A. F. Nightengale
Every Mondap 8:30 am Holy Com
m union.
FAaUISO
Rey. D. A. Oeborna
8*0 em. Holy Communion and Sunday
8:30 am. Sunday School.
(JO p.m Evening Prayer: gnd and th
Sundays.
Monday. 7:00 p.m. fauth Meeting
Wednesday:
Society.
Girls' Friendly
Rev.
RED TANK
D.A. Oaoorrt A Rev. CA Crag-wail
Union Churches
Where all Fruteslanl cooper ale artta
aalty 111 essentials, liberty In
is and charll In all thing
nil ATLANTIC S1D1
QrjResaM
The Rev Phillip Havenar. Pastor
Phone 3-1483.
10:45 Worship enre and Church-time
g*0 Young People s Meeting
nursery
The Rev. J. William L Orahsm Paator
Phono 5-355
0*0 JO Broadcast on HOE: HP5E
and HON.
8:43 Sunday School.
11*0 Worahlp Service.
8:00 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev. Henry Bell. Paator
Phone 3-1488.
8*0 Bible School
10:4 Worship service and Church-timr
pjrfieij
JO Youth Fellowship
THB PACIFIC BIDS
The Rev, Alex .i;aei H Shaw Paator
Balboa Rd. at Ser Pablo St
Phone 2-148Church Office 2-323
BJ0 Church Sunuar. Fraa bus service
10:30 Warship Service, Junior Church.
Primary Story Hour Church-time Nur
scry.
3*0 Chi Rho-Senlor HI FeUowship
:0 Font HI Fal'owahla.
All earvicea at the Gamboa Union
Church, comer of Galllard Highway
and Sibert Avamm.
The Rev. Raym md A Gray, Maniatar.
Phone -10
8:30 Sunday Se'.ooi.
1J0 Mornlrg Wm-hh
Padre Mlgael
Rev Raymond A Gray as Staled Paa-
tor* I Supnly
CJ
at aft
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
Msrgarlts. C.Z.
Pastor. Rev William J Finn. CM
Sunday Masses. 7:J 1 t*
Holy Day Maaa. 00 a m
Miraculous Madal Novena eervte
Mon. 7:00 p.m
lnstruaions for edults Frt. 7:00 pm
Confessions Sat 4:00. 5*0 A 7*6 to
8:00 ajo^ JOSRWS CHURCH
Colon, loin at Broadway
Pastor. Rev J Raymond .Maohata. CM
Assistant. Rv Robert Vlgnoia. CM
Sunday Maaaas. 3:43 A 8:0 a.m
Weekday Maas. 5:45 am
Holy Day Maasea. 5:15 A 8-00 em.
let. Frl Masses. 5:43 A 1*0 am.
Communion. 8:0< a.m
Baptism Sun.. 4:00 p.m.______
Miraculous Madal Novena aervlee
Wed. at 8:13 A 7:00 pm.
Novena of th Sacred Heart. Frl 7
o-rn,
Conlaasions Sat. *0. 5*0 om A
7:* to :00 pm.
Sunday School. 1*0 pm.
Discussion Club Young man of Parish
Sun. 3*0 pm
uctloo* for adults seeking I
of the Catholic Church. Mon
Instruction tor adults sacking know.
ledge of the Cath
Thura at 7:15 pm
lat Sat Devotion every 1st Sst fter
ST NCEJsTS CHURCH
Silver City. CZ.
Pastor. "v Raymond Lewis. CM
Sunday Masses. 5:45 A 1*0 am.
Weekday Mas. :00 am .
Holy Day Maaaea. 5JO A JO a.m
Sunday School. 11 *0 am.
Miraculous Medal Novena service -
ruse.. 7:0u pm.
Baptisms Sun. s*0 pm.
Confeaaions Sat 8:30. rOO om A 1*
te 8*8 pm _^
IiaitrucUon tos adulta. Tuse
lm"sat DevoUon every lat Sat altar
A Frl.
OUR LADY OF GOOD COUNSEL
Rev Charras Jacobs. CM
Pest or
Sunga:
7:00 A SJ am
J0 Sunday School
__Jaj> _.
Weekday Maesas JO am
Holy Day Maaa* 5:45 A JO am
Miraculous Medal Novena aarvle -
luce 7* pm __
Sacred Heart Novena servlee. Frt I*
o.m
Confeealons Sal. 7:0a pm
lat Sat Devotion, every lat Sat after
11:0 am Holy Communion and
on lat and 3rd. Sundays.
11:00 a.m. Morning Prayea end edd-
raas: 2nd and 4th. Sundays
3:00 p.m Sunday School and Baptism
7 JO p.m. Evening Prayer and addraa*
and. and 4th Sundeya
PANAMA err
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A f. Nighiensjala, H.D. M.B.E.
end The Rev Rltr Reginald Aiwall
Vanarabla Archdeacon
frOU am. Holy Communion 8*0 am
7*0 om Evensong and Saimn
CHRIST CHURCH BY.THE-4RA
Coln. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washington)
The Rev Malnert t Peterson
STJB Rector
SUNDAYS.
g a.m Holy Communion
s.m. Choral Eucharist and Saiunni
1030 a.m. Church School.
7 J em Solearan Evensong A Sermon
WEDNESDAYS.
g a.m Holy Communion
7:30 pm. Evensong and Sermon.
.VI nm Adult Confirmation Claa
ruuRSDAirs
I o.m Prayer Guild
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children' Eucharist
7:50 Dm. Choir Practice
SATURDAYS:
10 a.m Children's Confirmation Claa
7:30 am Comnlln and Meditation.
St (.eersC Church
Gstun. C.Z.
Rev Snlnraon It Jacobs
a 45 a.m Church School
1:45 am Morning Prayer.
10*0 am Hohr Eucharist and
Tuesdays:
1:80 am. Holy Communion (Also Holy
Oars and Santa Days.)
Wad needay:
7*0 p.m Evening Prayer
3:00 om St Vincent's Guild
I JO am Chair Rehearsal
Thursday
Charrk at St. Mary Tat Virgin
Archdeacon Waldock. Mast In Charge
Morning Prayer .......... 0:41 s.m
Holy Eucharist and Sermon 7*0 am.
Church School ............. 3:00 pm.
Solemn Evensong ......... g*0 pm
Woman's Auxiliary, gnd Mondays.
Order af St Vincent Acolite Guild.
Ttiaadaya-
Veatry Meeting tad Thursday
Holy CemsBun'on. 7 am Thursday.
Evensong 7 Jt p.m
Morning Prayer, t am Friday. Chotr
Rahearsals t om
RIO ABAJO
*L ChiarteaAai' Charca.
I St.. Parvee Lefevr*
Rev. Antea Orkssa 8.
Pheate Padre Mtgae' 4-338
Holy CantgrrUeuaB........ 7:38 em
Sunday School .......... 10:30
atarrftsraa. 5 to am tad A th Sun-
aTvenana PrayerBible Study om
tat and 3rd Sundays
Woman* Auxiliary and A th Sundays
1*0 pm
Holy Communion Wedneaaaye. 1 am
8:00
10:11
Morning worahlp
FORT KOBBE
Sunday School .................. 10:00
Morning Worship ............... 1100
lith Station Hospital........... 13:41
ALBROOK ADI FORCE RASE
Bible School ................... :<5
Mornlni Worship ............... 10:45
Youth Group ................... 4:08
Servicemen's Hour.............. 7*0
US. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship............... 1S-43
Protestant Suniay School ...... 0:25
Corozal Chapel................. 3 so
Catlktatc
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mam ...................
Sunday lisas is......:M. 0*8 A
I2TH STATION HOSPITAL
COROZAL CHAPEL...............
Sunday Mas ................... 10JO
TORT gfOBBE
Daily Maaa...................... :15
Sunday Maasea 45, 7:45 and 11:45
U.S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Sunday Mass .................. 8J8
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
....... JO
1-M A 1:41
BOSTON, Jan. 5.(UP)A New York inaur-
fort AMADor"-""' I anee salesman who said he sold $1,000,000 worth of
H^^orihip......'......'... iV policies in a year testified yesterday that he "went
' sd^ooL Bid im......_f*o wrong" in his dealings with Denis W. Delaney. <
Under cross examination at the bribe-taking
trial of the ousted Internal Revenue Collector, Da-
niel Friedman said he "made a mistake" when he
agreed to relay tax information from Delaney to a
delinquent taxpayer.
Shipping & Airline News
7:3ti
1:41
7:45
Dally Mas* ....
Sunday Masse
Jasrltt
ALBROOK. AIR FORCE BASS
Saturday ...................,
rORT CLAYTON
Saturday ..................,
FORT KOBBE
Thursday ....._.............,
IWB. Balboa. CZ.
Friday......................... TJ0
ATLANTIC SIDE
Ptat slant
rORT DAVIS
Protaatant Worship Service......
fORT GULJCK
Sunday School..................
Morning Worship .............,.
COCO SOLO NAVAL STATION
Sunday School............... OJ0
Protealant Worship Service ..... 11:11
8 *t>
4*8
7:00
3:0w
*
1000
He previously testified that he
had taken suggestions on how to
solve tax difficulties to "insur-
ance prospect*" glngled out by
Delaney and subsequently split
$20,0-00 In "fees' with the tax
official. ,
C. Keefe Hurley, counsel for
Delaney, questioned Friedman
about a 1949 meeting at which
the New Yorker allegedly agreed
to take some tax advice to delin-
quent taxpayer Maxwell Shapiro
of Boston. ,
"You were ready to be seduced
from the paths of rectitude right
then and there?" Hurley asked .
"I did It," Friedman said. "I
hadn't prepared to do it, but I
"Do you remember it ss tne
day you went wrong?" Hurley
"I remember the Incident of
having gone wrong,'' Friedman
said. "I wouldn't embody my
(TORT DAVIS
Sunday Maas
roBTOuTJCK
Cath tie
Sunday
OCO SO
COCO SOLO
Sunday Msa
FORT OUUCK
Tuesday .....
10*0
0*0
8:00
T:0i
Other Churches
And Services
AHA'I CENTER
Apartment 1 Lux Building. 34th Street
Panam Monday; Lectura and Dis-
cussion 8:00 Dm.
Chare) al Jama Christ el Latter Day
Saints (Mermen) Balkan CZ
Sunday School 8:30 a.m.
Service 1JO a.m
At JWB Armad Force Service Center
ir La Boca Roed
Evening Service at 8 p.m at a place
of meeting announced at morning aer-
ifica. _____
CHURCH OF CHRIST
Ml Balboa Road, Balboa
W. Ilaafaal Diloeck. Evangelist
Telephone 2-3*02
SUNDAY SERVICES:
Bible Clases tor all agaa .... 18*0 a.m
Preaching and Communion ... 10:48 am
Preaching and Communion .... 7 *0 n.m
MIDWEEK SERVICES;
Bible Study ...... Wednesday 7*0 p.m
Ladle*' Bible Class Thursday 1:4 am
CHURCH OF CHRISTOld CrlstskeJ
SUNDAYS:
We meet in the American Legion Hall
in front of the Clubhouse.
Morning Worship 10:48 s.m
Visitors welcome
Ladle* Bible Study St Ustun.
Phone Gatun 418 at Ft Gullet 308
CURUNDU PROTESTANT
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blah-
Sunday School ................ SMI
Morning Worship................ 11:00
Young Peonies Service ......... 8:4.1
Evening Worship............... TtSO
Prayer Meeting Thursday....... 7:00
Choir Practice. Wednesdey at
7*0 om and Saturday 3JO am
OLD CATHOLIC CHURCH
St Raphael Tke Arcaangal
13th SL West No 1
Holy Eucharist: Sundsy st 1:30 asa
Tueaday. Wednesday and Thursday
8 JO am.
Sacrament at Unction (Healing Ser-
vice) First Sundav of each month al
7J0 om
Mount Halibetr, Christian Chareb
Panama R. P
Rt Rev. T. James. D D Bishop
officiating
Morning devotion al ........ 8*0 a.m.
Holy Communion al ......... 8:30 a.m.
Fellowship Worshio at ...... 11:00 ajn.
Sunday School at ........... 3:00om.
Divine Service at ........... 7:30 p.m.
Sermon at .................. 1:33 p.m.
Holy Communion at ......... 8J0 Dm.
Monday Roll er'l and pray-
er meeting a. ......... 7 JO p.m.
Wedneedays Bvangeli-'tlr Ser-
vlcea at .................. 7:30 p.m.
Fridays. Litany, Fasting, snd
Sermon from ............ 7*0 run.
Upholstery Shop
To Close Down,
Move January 31
Because of the moving of the
upholstery shop to R new loca-
tion in the Maintenance Division
Yard in Ancon. Building No.
M30-F no additional upholstery
work will be accepted which can-
not be completed before Jan. 31,
it was announced Friday by the
Maintenance Division.
The upholstery shop will be
closed at 3:30 p.m. on Jan. 31 for
approximately 30 days in order
to move present equipment and
permit installation of new mach-
inery.
whole life as having gone wrong
because I made a mistake and
did the wrong thing."
The insurance salesman later
testified that his relationship
with Delaney "had definitely
come to a conclusion" by Sept.
1949.
Friedman, who said he sold
more than $1,000,000 worth of In-
surance in 1949 and more than
CAB Hearings Start
On Overseas Air Routes
WASHINGTON, Jan. 5 (UP)
The Civil Aeronautics Board yes-
terday began hearing the argu-
ments by two giant airlines en-
gaged In a ilght for choice over-
seas air routes.
The routes for transatlantic
flying from the United States to
England, continental Europe, the
Middle East and Asia were as-
signed In 1947 for a seven-year
trial period. They expire July 4.
CAB Chief Examiner Francis
W. Brown is conducting the ln-
U. S. carriers, a pre-war frsR-
chlse to Shannon. London. Lis-
bon and Marseilles.
Pan American, which proposed
seven years ago that It be award-
ed all U. S. International Lines,
has turned about and now
argues for preserving the- status
quo. It urges direct competition
with TWA to major cities abroad.
TWA. an early leader In tho
fight to get domestic companies
into the foreign field, wants s>
return, to "area competition." It
would have Pan American and
itself continue competing to Lon-
don and then branching into dls-
quiry which will guide CAB and
presidential decision on now the tinct areas.
Uowine vea re- routes will be operated In the when Pan American bough
mainel carii andT soft-spoken'future. Pan American World AOA. President Truman order-
through the exchange. He smiled'Airways and Trans-World Air- ed direct competition between
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CHRISTIAN SCIt.NCr. CHUKCHKa
first Church ol Christ Scientist Ancor
BOO Ancon Boulevard
Sundsy 11*0-. Wednesday t*0 om
Sundsy School 3:30 a.m
f Irsi Charch at Christ, Scientist, Crteteaer
13th Street Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11* am. Wednesday 7:X t.m
Sunday School 1:30 am
Christian Science Society, Oasaae*
Civic Canter Building
Sunday 11:30 am First A Third Wed-
day-^T*
Sundav
18:15
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calla il de leorero
Servlcea at 11 am and 7:30 nm. (Hal
Wilson): Sunday School at 3 pm
La Boca: Service at 11 am and I*
ml Sunday Sabool at 3:30 p.m
Sad Tank: Service el 7 JO om Sunday
School at 3*0 Dm-
Service si....... 11 e ra 7Ron
Colon, lath Straal
Sunday School at ........... 8*8 am
Coln. 3rd Street
Service at ..... Ham.* 7J0 o-m
Silver City
Service et................. 7 M>
Sundav School et...........13 am
Jewish
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Jewish weitaxe Beard, mot /J
Boca Road. Bathos CZ Rabal
Within direct
Services on Friday '90 Pirn.
(Sea also lietlng of Jwtab aenvtce
andar Fasta Basa and Stauoaa I
Congreaetlon Kol Sheanth Israel re-
nte Cuba and Stth Street. Bella Vista
Panama City Rabbi Harry A UerfeM
In rubber bridge or in a total-
point bridge contest a part-
score contract Is of only limited
importance. You can't afford to
bid too vigorously when the
strength is evenly dlvldded be-
cause It doesn't pay to expose
yourself to a possibly severe
penalty when all you can gain
la a part score.
The safest way to compete In
these situations is to open the
bidding With even the barest re-
quirements for an opening bid.
When can see the advantage of
this procedure by examining a
hand played In the recent con-
test for the team championship
of the United States.
At one table, as shown In the
diagram. South opened the bid-
ding with his "mlnnle." The op-
ponents Just never entered the
auction, and it Is hard to blame
them for staying out. They were
vulnerable, and tihe penalty]
might be severe if they stepped
out of line.
North made three hearts easily
enough, for a score of 140 points.
He had to lose two diamonds
and one spade, and good luck
in the trump suit restricted his _
losses there to one trick. Employes on the Pacific Side
In the other room, South de-will be examined at Section A.
elded that his hand was not:ward 1, Gorgas Hospital begin-
worth an opening bid. Certainly nlng Monday.
frequently.
However, the star witness in
the trial of the first of three
indicted ax collectors, refused
to admit that he was a "briber"
when he paid fll.lM to Delan-
When Hurley asked him If he
wanted the Jury to believe he was
a "briber," Friedman replied:
"You can tell the Jury what
you like.-
The defense counsel's cross
examination brought out that
Friedman had two meetings with
Shapiro, a wool merchant who
owed the government $150,000 lt
back taxes.
It was not until the second
meeting and after he had receiv-
ed the first of two $5,000 fees,
that he relayed Delaney's tax
advice. Friedman said.
Friedman also acknowledged
that he was steered to another
"client," Boston clothing manu-
facturer Louis Hellman, by Sha-
piro, rather than by Delaney.
The Insurance man has testi-
fied that he split the fee he re-
ceived from Hellman with Del-
aney.
Delanev. the 55-year-old de-
fendant fired by President Tru-
man last summer, remained calm
and impassive during Friedman s
second day on the witness stand.
He heard Friedman testify
that he "authorised me to use
his name as a reference" when
he called on Harry Boorky, an
official of the Massachusetts
Steel Treating Corp. of Worces-
Friedman said he told Boor-
ky that he knew there waa a
Federal lien on his property
and that he "could be Instru-
mental..-hi helping him lift
that particular lien.*
Friedman testified Thursday
that he gave Delaney half the
$5,000 fee ne received from Boor-
*yFederal District Judge Charles
E Wyzanskl, Jr. announced that
there would be no further court
session until Tuesday. He said he
wished to give the Jury of 11 men
and one woman the week end off
so that they could conduct tneir
personal business.
During the final half-hour of
vesterday' session, Asst. U. a.
Attyv-Sen. John W. Mitchell drew
from Friedman testimony that he
had torn up two rta *cta
from Boorkv totaling $10.000.
He said the checks were to
have been the fee for reducing
the tax liabilities of the Massa-
chusetts Steel Treating Corp. by
"about $50,000."
Friedman said he tore tap the
checks after Delaney failed to
offer him assurance that Boor-
ky would be given *1I,or,m'
statement from the "_-!
office that the liabilities had
been reduced, as Boorky s ban*
Delaey earlier had urged him
to ask for a fee for the reduction
of those liabilities, Friedman
MThe witness testified Delaney
had not told him how this reduc-
tion of indebtedness to the col-
lector's office was to be accom
P "S3 Boorky object to the $10>
000 fee?" Mitchell asked.
"No," replied Friedman "I told
Boorky there were a lot or ex-
penses involved. Of course -told
him I wouldn't keep all the mon-
ey."
lines are battling for the flying
routes.
TWA President Ralph 8. Da-
mon, the lead-off witness, told
Brown the government will be
wavering in Its policy of fostering Brazilian Tanker Explodes
International Airline competition i injuring Many Crewmen
Pan America nand TWA to major
European traffic points Lon-
don, Paris, Rome and Frank-
furt.
unless It grants TWA permanent
routes.
TWA is making progress "in
Its sun to become a subsidy-free
air Une," Damon said, and al-
ready has "achieved that do-
mestically."
PAA and two now compete with
nine foreign carriers for business
across the Atlantic.
Damond said TWA definitely
wrs hurt by the merger of Amer-
ican Overseas Airlines and Pan
American but "I don't think we
have felt the full brunt of the
merger." He Indicated that TWO
feels PAN American has been
withholding its full comoetlti
ability until the route dispute It
settled.
Damon also testified that Pan
American threw its "full econo-
mic might" Into direct competi-
tion with TWA but "shamefully
neglected" areas where It had
only foreign competition.
Pan American holds the only
route permanently assigned
PORTO ALLEORE, Brazil, Jan.
5 (UP). One crewman burned
to death, two were missing and
six were hospitalized for treat-
ment of burns as a result of a
fire which followed the explosion
of the Brazilian tanker Salte 555
yesterday.
Port authorities believe that a
carelessly tossed match on an
oil slick near the ship caused
the explosion.
The fire spread so rapidly that
the crew was unable to save their
personnel effects. Authorities did
not know as yet whether the ship
could be saved.
The Salte 55 formed part of
a new tanker fleet that th*
Brazilian government had con-
structed in Japan.
Ginger Is one of the few
spices that grow below ground.
Dutch poppy seed Is the only
to spice that is naturally blue.
BARBER LINES
Accepting Passengers for
LOS ANGELES
by
m.t. "Ts4MESISw
SAILING JANUARY 6th.
(Every room with private bathroom)
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Tel: Cristbal 1781
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Annual Physicals
For Pilots, Divers
Begin Next Week
The annual physical examin-
ations required of certain Pa- j
nama Canal Company Cana
Zone Government employes will,
be given next week on both sides |
of the Isthmus.
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED BI ROYAL CHARTER 184
Royal Mails Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
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TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
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TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
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Accepting passengers in First. Cabin and Third Class
"Superior accommodation available for passengers
All sailings subject to chance without notice
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO.. Cristbal. Tel. 1*54 1(55
FORD COMPANY Inc.. Panam Tel. 3-1237/lz58: Balboa IN*
hlg hand Is no rock-crusher, but
the point Is that If he falls to
open the bidding he may never
be able to get back into the
auction. This was indeed the
case, for the bidding proceed-
ed:
th West North East
Pass 1 Spade Pass
Pass Pass Past
Those on the Atlantic side will;
be examined at the U. S -rate
Colon Dispensary, Colon Hos-i
pital. starting Tuesday. Heads of
Bureaus and Divisions are asked
to arrange the hours of sppolnt-
ment.
Those to bt examined are pl-
2 Spades lots, masters, mates, divers,
cranemen, steam engineers, ma-
Thls time' It was West who rlne engineers and locomotive
engineers.
Other personnel who formerly
were examined annually will not
made nine tricks with esse. for
a score of 140 points. He had to
lose a spade, a heart, and two
clubs, and the overtrtck depend-1 take the physical examinations
ed only on guessing the Iocs-1 this year. ______
tlon of the queen of diamonds, i ----------------------------------
The difference between open-1 In the steel industry, tnei
mg the bidding and passing average blast furnace Uses, in
turned out to be 3M points. Quite a day's time, water equivalent
a few points for a part-score tn a supply for a city of 30,-
hand. 000 persons.
U
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MAERSK LINE
Accepting Passengers for
S4N FRANCISCO
by
nu "PETER MAEaRSK*
SAILING JANUARY 7th. '
(Every room with private bathroom)
C. B. FENTON & CO., INC.

Tel: Cristbal 1781
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SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, USl
re Einstein
Geographers To Measur
Shift, Chech Relativity Theory
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 The
National Geographic Society v. .11
join the Navy and Air Force
in an expedition to the Anglo-
Egyptian Sudan this month to
tudy the total eclipse 01 the
un occurring Feb. 25. it was
announced today by Dr. Gilbert
Grosvenor, president of the So-
cie'.v.
Dr. George Van Biesbrocck,
astronomer and physicist of the
University of Chicago's Yerltes
Observatory. will direct the So-
ciety's part in the research, Dr.
Grosvenor said.
Dr. Van Biesbroeck and his
technical aides will set up a
telescope at Khartoum, capital
of the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan in
north-eastern Africa, for a mea-
surement of the Einstein Shi It
an apparent shift in the po-
sition of stars in the star field
immediately surrounding the
un.
HOLLYWOOD
HOLLYWOOD. INEA). Movie {
moters who scream "Eek!" at.
the thought of television ea-
meras have a soul mate in the;
great Ethel Barrymore.
She was as scared as an In-
genue in a Boris Karloff flicker.
she confessed it to me. when
she made her video debut with
Jlmmv Durante on NBC-TVs
All Star Revue."
Ethel refused to rate the eye
f the TV cameras a the No. 1
monster in her long, distinguish-
ed career, though.
"I have tensions and auony In
evervthine I've ever done.'' she
sighted. "I'm terrified in everv
medium. It's sheer terror I
wonder that I've lived as long
as I have."
Sports-minded Ethel Tve
been going to balW games since
I was three years old" sawf
every game, of the World Series
on TV but she snorted "Humph":
about video wrestlers
T looked at the wrestling
matches once or twice in the be- j
ginning, I used to see real wres-
tling in the old days. What I
aaw on television wasn't real
wrestling."
Will the home lookers see her
ow in her great stage roles?
"I'd rather die;" she shuddered.
Khartoum Is close to the cen-
ter of the 9.000-mile pain o
totality of the moon-eclipsed
bun. "1 he path stretches -in a
northeastward sweeping arc,
from sunrise on the Equator in
mid-Atlantic to sunset some
three hours later in the Irkutsk
region of southern Russia.
The eclipse will last for three
minutes almost directly 'over-
head at Khartoum, which has
been chosen also by the Naval
Research Laboratory and the
Air Force for their separate
eclipse studies.
If favorable conditions How
a successiul measurement of
the Einstein Shift. Dr. Grosve-
nor noted, the result will pro-
vide a check on Einstein's theo-
ry of relativity, which is Im-
portant In the study of the
structure of the atom and of
the universe as a whole.
Einstein years ago predicted
that one of the proots ot his
theory would be the observation
of a slight bending of the rays
of light from distant stars as
the rays pass near the sun. The |
bending, he calculated, would*
be equivalent to a tiny fraction'
of one degree of a circle one I
and three-quarter seconds ol
arc. Its cause is the gravitation-
al attraction of the sun pulling
on the passing light rays as if
they had actual weight.
Dr. Van Biesbrocck at Khar-,
toum will photograph the sun's
star field during the three-min-
ute totality, because only then,;
when the sun's light is blotted;
out, it is possible to catch the
ami images of stars appearing i
close to the sun that are|
drowned out by the sun's bril-
liant light at all other times. '
Leaving his telescope in its'
fixed position, the astronomer;
will then return to the Khar-
toum site a few months later
to photograph the same field in
thp same overhead position but
in the night sky. Comparison!
of the stars' positions in the;
two photographs offers the
check on the Einstein Shift-
how much the star light is bent
by the sun.
Leader of the Navy's partlci-.
pation in the eclipse expedition:
will be Dr. Edward O. Hulburt,
director of research of the Na-
val Research Laboratory, the'
Office of Naval Research has
announced. Dr. Hulburt and Dr.
Van Biesbroeck carried out pro-
jects at Bocaiuva. Brazil, during
the sun eclipse of May 20, 1947,
as members of the U. S. Army
Air Forces National Geogra-
phic Society Eclipse Expedition.
The eclipse of Feb. 25. will be
visible as partial virtually thru-
out Africa. Europe, and v/estern
Asia It will not be visible In
the United States.
TERRY
"AH. DISCIPLINE"
If a fool and his money ore soon
ported, how did they get together
in the first ptoct? Cm
Atomic energy in a single
drop of water, if It could be re-
leased, would furnished 200
, horsepower for a whole year.
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Institution Guaranteed by the State
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We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
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deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
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BY V. T. HAMLIN
There's talk at Paramount of
easting Imogen* Coca as Mabel
No-mand in the movie biography
of Mack Sennett.
Audrey Totter's airshow. "Meet
Millie." in which she's a comedy
click, is opening the eyes of
movie makers who always cast
her as a toughle. Despite a blgi
new romance with Jack Myers, a
TV wizard at CB8. Andrew says
there are no video plans for.
Millie. -'Besides." she flipped it,
"none of my gowns is cut low
enough for television."
George OUanlon. on his di-
vorce action against Martha
Stewart: "I did It because I love
her so much. I'll always be in
love with Martha."
Bonita Granvllle's big movie
hit. "These Three.55 mav be re-
made by Fidelity Pictures with
kid star GigJ Perreau... Michael'
O'She a will play the role of
famed Brooklyn bridge Jumper
Steve Brodle in Sammv Fuller's
historical newspaper film. "Park
Row."

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PRESIDENT AROSEMENA
^IVES RECEPTION FOR CLUBWOMEN
His Excellency, the President of Panama, Don Alclbiades
Arosemena, entertained at noon today with a reception given
at the Presidencia in honor of visiting members of the Unit-
ed States General Federation of Women's Clubs.
Mrs. Wiley To Give Tea For
Visiting Clubwomen
Murray Falk Entertains Prienda
Mr. Murray Falk, son o Captain
and Mrs. Henry E. Falk, of Dla-
of his friends on Sunday, at his
of his friends on Sunday ,at his
parent's home, with a buffet
supper and dance.
Christmas Visitors
Return From States
Mr. and Mrs. Angus Matheny
Mrs. Jack Mercer, Mr. and Mrs.
Ricardo Arias E.. Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Cooper Wiley the; Enrique $~<*^ S* with'their TS*^WBT5*
wife of the Ambassador of the Mrs-Adolfo Arlas f v ^ M their son. Grover returned to
United States to Panama. wUl rla del Rowrio Orilz de zevauos^ the ^^ rccentl from a|
entertain at 5 p.m. today with a Mrs- M ,',, RutlEhrmanChrUtmas vacation spent with,
tea at the Embassy Residence on SS^t^'nSrtkTSS WlS Mr. Matheny's parents. Mr. and'
La Cresta to be given In hon|Mr. Walter OarrUo Mr WlUtam ^ A_ g^SEST* St. Pe-
of the United States General Y. Boydl. MiJim Thomas.Mr
reparation of Women's Clubs iHarmodio Arias, Jr.. Mr. Arturo
JSnMrfwh? arT "wtlSngC tn1;D. MotU and Commander Hoyt
Isthmus for a short time.
Mr. and Mrs. Hensxey
Entertain For Friends
Mr, and Mrs. W- H. Henszey,
Mrs. A. G. Matheny. of St. Pe-
tersburg. Florida.
Visitors Here From Ecuador
Mr. and Mrs. Colon Eloy Alfa-
ro are hosts to her brother and
sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.
Jaime Pulg Arosemena, and their
son. Mr. Alfonso Pule, who ar-
rived recently for a visit in Pa-
College Students Return
To States
ed with a dinner given lasttinue her studies.
Sr*thalnHotd W PantiSt Sr? ** '" Capwell. accom-
Ad= rtrtere ^^_^^r^^
Hotel El Panama
Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Tawcett,
of Mexico City, arrived here re-
cently for a visit to the Isth-
mus and are guests, during their
stay, at Hotel El Panama.
SEX? Mr 3 Qeon L Miss Edmonson Is Weekend
parents. Mr. and Mrs. ueorge l. f-ranri.p.rnfji
Capwell ,of Bella Vista. Mlas Guest
Bledsoe; the Commander-ln-
Chlef of the Caribbean Com-
mand Lieutenant General Wil-
liam H. H. Morris, Jr.. and Mrs.
Morris. Chief of Staff. Captain
klevCffltant Chief of S* Mark Qulnn. Jr.. son of Mr.
r&nTw rdon U 6 N and Mrs. Mark Qulnn, of Balboa,
Lapiam H w. uoram u.on. ,,utarrig ahnara t.h#> R S.
Capwell attends Syracuse Univ-
ersity and George Is a student at
the Citadel.
runtVln H W Oordon U S N,' and Mrs. Marx wuuiu, ui omu,, r:r -
Miss Louise Edmonson, of Mar-
garita, Is the weekend guest of
her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs.
McKeevers, of Cocoli.
Mrs. Waldorf Returns To
Mr. Alfred Waldorf, of Ancon,
arrived by plane Sunday from
St. Paul. Minneapolis after an
absence of three months from
the Isthmus. Mrs. Waldorf, a
member of the nursing staff at
Oorgas Hospital, was called home
to care for her mother, Mrs.
Ra7horiefTTeu\dav7vUDa'forJohn McCue. of Wmnebago,
Rear Admiral^ Mr,. B.edsoe ] ESt%3ff 1^ the I MUtnesota. who passed away In
Mr Cristobal for the United States.
SJSSaSrSSA. and.Hei wtfncontinue> his studies at
Mrs. Robert Morris. Captiin and, Princeton University.
MrSWCcfrte?UU80S' Nand Mr?' Edward H. Browder. a student
Car^rn Ueutenant Com-at the Naval Academy at An-
.nriar IF Halnes U S N napolls and the son of Mr. and
art"^ Haine^ Mr?0 Edward M. Browder. Jr.*
To"En7e7ta1n"with Dinner i Christmas holidays with his pa-
Rear Admiral Albert M. Bled-,rents. ______
aoe. the Commandant of the: ._._..4
Fifteenth Naval District, and Cradle Roll Department
Mrs. Bledsoe have issued invita-Has J^JffSLTum Thomas
tion tn a dinner nartv to be Lieutenant and Mrs. Thomas
K tonlghfatTMat Quarters Monnett Davis announce the ar-
il on the Naval Reservation in rival of a baby son on Dec. 31
hono, S? SSLfjSJr Sl.:at Lawton Okfahoma. Maternal
the commanding officer of the! K^parents are: Dr and Mrs.
Chilean cruiser "Capitn Prat"; DeWltt Brlscoe of Bella Vista
and their house guests. Mr. and and paternal Kndpaient* are
, H, Henssey of Los An- <*&gT&LZi
Mrs. Monnett Bain Davis.
geles. California.
EnErtlta VWeSe* *"" Kathryin Joy Ktvle Is the name
Thetturiselor of the United given the baby daughter born on
States Embassy and Mrs. Murray Saturday, December 29th at Gor-
M. Wise entertained last even- gas Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. s.
ing from 6 to 8 p.m. with a cock- O. Klvle.
tail jfjrty gl*n on the Embassy
pwmu
December.
Watercolors by "Julie" To Be
Exhibited Tomorrow
The Canal Zone Art League
wishes to extend an invitation
to the public for the first open-
ing of 1952, an exhibition of
watercolors by "Julie" Halloran
Malone. to be held n the Jewsh
Welfare Board Gallery tomorrow
afternoon from three to five
o'clock. For those who are un-
able to attend the opening, the
exhibition will remain through
Jan. 10th.
wiiuse "terrace In honor ofRecant Arrivals Honored
Miss Anita Ramirez Duque, the At "Oaen House .
First Secretary of the Panama-, Mr. and Mrs Joseph BaJtusek,
man Embassy hi Washington. D.|of Berwyn, Mlnota. who arrived ^"fc^ the recent re-orga-
C. and for Mrs. William B cm "^J^S^fiLS nlzation of the Canal Zone.
Sowash, the Panama Desk Of- two months ay the_ house guests
College Club To Hold
Tea Monday s.
The Canal Zone College Club
will hold a tea and business
meeting Monday afternoon.at
3:45 at the J. W. B.-U. S. t>. The
program will be presented by
the "Know the Canal Zone"
Group." Mrs. I .F. Mcllhenny
of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Halver-
son. of Diablo Heights, were
honored by their hosts on New
Year's Day at an "Open House."
at-
flcer in the Department of State.
Miss Ramirei Duque Honored
With Dinner-------------
Miss Anita Ramirei Duque,' Friends of the Halversons
the First Secretary of the Pa- tended to meet the visitors.
namanlan Embassy In Washing-1--------
ton, D. C. who Is vacationing In Lawn Party Compliments mr.
Panama, was the guest of honor -
Thursday evening at a dinner
given by Miss Cecilia Heurte-
matte at her home In Bella Vis-
ta.
Also attending the dinner were
the counselor of the United
States Embassy and Mrs. Murray
Win Memorial To Have
Official Opening Tomorrow
Isthmian Rebekah Lodge No.
1 will hold an "Open House" at
the new Wlrz Memorial building
at 808 Balboa Road tomorrow
afternoon from three to five
o'clock. Tea will be served.
The public Is cordially Invited
to attend the opening ceremonies
and Mrs. Hatchings, Jr.
Mr. and Mrs. Alba D. Hutch-
gfe&^nSKK wTe ana'to--insp^t'thebuU-dmg:
honored at *lwnPrtyS un- the mule deer Mnses
mule
lilies 1U _
Muicinngs ana, wic.r '; swmgs 1U huge ears around
>.-----------,--------------- -, and daughter, Mr. and Mrs WU- scannlng radar antenna.
M Wise; Mr. WlUiam B.Sowash,.llam Charles Schmltt at the|""
the Panama Desk Officer In the Schmltt's residence In Las Cum- .
Department of State; Mr. and ores. Mrs. Hutchings is the for-
Mrs. George Herman. Mr. and mer Vally VaUarino.
SPECIAL FOR "LITTLE GUYS"
Ages 4 to 6 Years Old
TAP and TUMBLING
Registration taken NOW
New classes start Friday January 12
At the Balboa YMCA
Phone DOROTHY CHASE Balboa 1751
the new MICRONIZED
Distributors:
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Tele. 2-1781 2-1791
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JULIO VOS
No. S -A" Street
Telephone 1-2971 Panam
PFC. AND MRS. WILLABD T. GARRETT. JR. who were mar-
ried December 27th at the American Episcopal Church of
Our Saviour in Cristobal. Mrs. Garrett was the former Miss
Betty Rutr Pepper of Wilmington, Delaware.
LIEUTENANT AND MRS. THOMAS C. MARINE who were
married Dec. 29 In the Albrook Air Force Base Chapel. Mrs.
Marine Is the former Miss Shirley Dell Pyle of Brazil, Okla-
homa. Lt. Marine returned to the States Thursday to report
to the Wright-Patterson Air Force Base In Dayton, Ohio.
BALBOA
Air-Conditioned
TODAY! 2:30 4:35 6:40 8:45
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guy
ft. with *
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angel
arms!
M-G-M HIT!
PAUL DOUGLAS]
JANET LEIGH
0IA$ 'THE RED BADGE 0F COURAGE'
1 '* ><__A-.\ >inin rillll'i
C ? *?* ,Tn prince Wh0 Was A Thie.r'
GAMBOA
1:11
Eva ARDEN Mc>n Da SILVA
"THREE HUSBANDS"
(Sanaay) "ON MOONLIGHT BAY"
G. 1 ii il Richard BASEHART Vnlrntina CORTESA
L "HOUSE ON TELEGRAPH HILL"
oroor kAiriiei Jn crawtord viii corey
PDRC MIGUEL HARRIET CRAIG"
-aj^jrLYlNGMlSSIL^^^
MARGARITA
IS 8:1
O Bob HOPE
[.urine BALL
"FANCY PANTS"
(Su*a>> "Tflt aD BADGE
or covaAGE"______
CRISTOBAL
:lf S:1S
Clark GABLE
"Across The Wide
Missouri"
ABB Thowlna .TiiniiTl
^^rtiantic S^ocietu
Wr. Warn JL YU
Bo, 195, Qalun DiLflm (lmm 37%
RECEPTION TO BONOS
DISTINGCISBED VISITOR
v.
The District Grand Lodfe, on behalf of all the Lodges in
the Canal Zone Masonic District, will entertain with a re-
ception and ball at the Hotel Washington, in Colon, Satur-
day, January 12 at 8:30 p.m.. in honor of Thomas S. Roy,
D. D.. Most Worshipful Grand Master of Masons in Massa-
chusetts, who is paying his official visitation to the Isthmus,
and Mrs. Roy.
Mr. Roy will be accompanied by Herbert H. Jaynes, Right
Worshipful, Grand Marshal of Massachusetts, and Mrs.
Jaynes. '
ShuberK and Miss Margarita
Butcher.
There was a general discussion
and examination of the various
blooming orchid plants brought
by the members of the club, ai-
ter which refreshments wera
served.
The next meeting of the so-
(Conttnued on ?age SIX)
The party Is arriving Wed-
nesday by plane and win be on
the Isthmus until January 18,
when they will sail on the 8. S.
Panama for New York.
A special train will bring the
Pacific Side guests to the Wash-
ington for the balL It will leave
Panama at 8:20 p.m. and stop
at all of the towns en route. It
will leave the Hotel Washington
at 11:45 p.m.
Oatun. A short business session'
was held, after which the names
were drawn for the four beautl-
ful orchid corsages given as door |
prizes.
The winners were: Mrs. E. E.
Orvls. Mrs. E. A. Cox, Mrs. T.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank all those
who were so kind and helpful
In our recent bereavement.
Mrs. Josephine C. DeFrees
James S. DeFrees Jr.
Grant-Emmons Wedding
In a quiet ceremony at the
15 Naval District Chapel, Miss
Beverly L. Emmons. daughter ot
Mrs. Ferol Emmons of San Ga-
briel. California, became the
bride of Seaman Ward Jay Grant,
of the Coco Solo Naval Station,
son of Mr. and Mrs. Nell G.
Grant of Denver, Colorado.
Chaplain William W. Winters
performed the ceremony In the
presence of a gathering of friends
from the Naval Station, Thurs-
day. January 4, at seven o'clcok.
The bride wore a navy blue and
white pin-checked suit with
matching blue accessories and a
corsage of pink rosebuds.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Floyd at-
tended the bride and groom.
After a short honeymoon at
the Hotel El Panama Mrs. Grant
will return tomorrow to San Ga-
briel, to complete her nurses
training course, and Mr. Grant
will report for duty at the Na-
val Station where he has an-
other year of hia tour to com-
plete.
Miss Emmons arrived recently
for a visit and has been a guest
at the Hotel El Panama.
_^_^_
Coral Chapter O. E. S.
Install Officers
Coral Chapter. No. 3. Order of
the Eastern Star, Installed the
1952 officer at a closed meeting
at Sibert Lodge Thursday even-
ing. The retiring Worthy Matron
Mrs. Mahnestock and retiring
Patron: Mrs. William Hughes
were the Installing officers. As-
suming these positions were:
Mrs. Lavlnla Badders and Mr.
Fred Wllloughby.
The other Installing officers
were: Williams Badders, P. W. P.
Associate Worthy Patron. Mrs.
Christeen Poole. P. W. M.( Sec-
retary; Mr*. Loretta Newhard. P.
W. M., Chaplain; Mrs. Ruby
Radel, Marshal; Mrs. Marie Gor-
man. Assistant Marshal; Arthur
Albright, P. W. P., organist, Mrs.
Edna Furr. P. W. M., Warder;
Paul Furr, P. W. R., SentineL
The Incoming officers includ-
ed: Mrs. Myrtle Hughes, As-
sociate Matron; Horace D.
Bishop. Associate Patron: Mrs.
Ruth Egolf. Secretary; Mrs. Do-
rothea Churchill, Treasurer;
Mrs. Nellree 8mlth. conductress;
Mrs. Blanche M. Bishop. As-
sociate Conductress; Chaplain,
Mrs. Sara Meeks, Marshal; Mrs.
Frances B. Orvls. organist; Mrs.
Harriett U. Keenan. Adah; Mrs.
Mary E. Worley, Ruth; Mrs. Ma-
rlon N. Greene, Esther. Mrs.
Marie B. Gorman. Martha; Mrs.
Catherine R. Garrett, Electa;
Mrs. Ida Wllloughby, Warder;
Mrs. Sara Rowley. Sentinel;
Whitman Garrett, 8ololst; Mrs.
Edith Engelke.
Mrs. Rae Ebdon was the flag
bearer and the salute to the
flag opened the ceremony.
The past matron's and patron's
jewels were presented the re-
tiring officers by the newly in-
stalled Matron and Patron, as
their first act of office.
The ladies who served with
Mrs. Fahnestock. in a floral and
poetical ceremony, presented her
a pair of silver, three-branched,
candelabra, while Mrs. Ruth
Clement sang an appropriate se-
lection.
The incoming officers, in a
flower ceremony, gave Mrs. Bad-
ders a crystal vase. She also re-
ceived a gavel, a gift from her
son. presented by Mr. Badders.
Mrs. Badders introduced the
Worthy Matrons and Patrons of
the other Isthmian Chapters
who were visitors for the even-
ing. They were from Orchid
Chapter No. 1 of Balboa, Mrs. A.
R. Lombrola, from Royal Palm
Chapter No. 2 of Cristobal. Mrs.
Aurelia Hadarlts and Mrs. Ernest
Slocum. and from Fernleaf
Chapter No. 4 of Pedro Miguel
Mrs. J. Crawford and Mr. Fred
Muller. .,.
Multi-colored gladioli with foli-
age and coral vine were used in
the chapter room and coral vine
and ferns were used in the de-
corations of the banquet hall.
where refreshments were served
following the meeting.
Mrs. Sarah Rowley was chair-
man of the refreahment com-
mittee.
Returned From VaeaMena
Mrs. Louis Maurer has return-
ed to her duties as Chief Nurse
at Colon Hospital, after a vaca-
tion tn the State. Mrs. Maurer
and her sister enjoyed a trip to
Mexico, and motored to her home
In Detroit. Michigan, for the
holidays with their family. She
returned to the Isthmus today
from New York.
Miss Clifford Swing, who la a
member of the nursing staff of
the Colon Hospital, returned
yesterday from a visit with her
family In Panama City. Florida.
Orchid Society Meeting
The Gold Coast Orchid Society
held their bi-monthly meeting
Thursday at the Block House to
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
if -un- ni r-
fATRDAT, JANUARY 5, lMt
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
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MOKRI>ON'S
No. 4 lourlh of Julj At*.
hon. t-*44l
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I III PANAMA AMERICAN
No 37 "H" StreetPanam
No. 12.17* Central AveColo
12 words
Minimum for
3c. each additional
word.
Taft Gets HuffyWhen Ike Man
Lands Spot In GOP Talkfest
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
AlllOIMIlllill-
MISCELLANEOUS I RESORTS
FOR SALE:25 cycle refngerotor.;
c;slc. 6x8 rugs. Phone Balboa1
3749.
Service Personnel ond
Civilion Government Employes
FINANCE
your new or used cor through
FOR SALE:Wo'h.ng machine. Apex GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES FINANCE
spin-dryer. 23 Cyl. $50.00. 54. CO.
pisce r'rvice lor 8. dinnerwore c0f| vVorth. Texas.
Ha- wide 22 Kt emboised gold Serving Government' Employes ond
b.-nd. hand pa.nied coon.nl de- $erv,;ce perb0nnel in the Canol Zone
gn. $12500. Hou-e i329-A )4 yeQfs Wjfh ou( tlnoncrng
' Dov"s- D'obl__________ 'your insuronce outomoticolly adjusted
OR SALE:__5 venet.on blinds 78" | to U. S coveroo.
x 52". Need refinishing. $2.00 ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE
0* you ho, a drinking orobloaa? Gra.plich's Santa Clora beoch-
Wrila Alcoholic! Anonymoui cottages Electric ico ooxes, got
Bo 2031 Anco*. C. Z. stoves, moderoto rotos. Phono 6-
441 cm 4-567.
beoled bids, in triplicate, will be re-
COMMERCIAL &
PROFESSIONAL
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 (UP).
Republican National Chairman
Guy O. Oabrielson wound up In
Sen. Robert A. Taft' doghouse
today by Inviting the Elsen-
hower-for President campaign
campaign manager to speak at
a GOP committee meeting In San
Francisco. Jan. 17-19.
At the same time, Gov. Earl
Warren o California promised
challenged him in the latter two
states.
Other political developments:
Supporters of Sen. Estes Ke-
fauver mocratic Presidential nomination
said the Kefauver-for-Pres^ent
club will be Incorporated
"promptly" In Tennessee. Charles
G. Nefte, acting chairman of the
organization, also said Kefauver
in Sacramento to start "doing will be urged to declare his ln-
a little politicking" for the Re- tentions immediately. Kefauver
publican Presidential nomination has promised to speak out about
ceived in the olfice of Engineer- Phillip*. Ocoonslde cottages. Sonto
ing ond Construction Director, Claro Box 435 Balboa. Phono
Panama Conol Compony, Balboa, Ponamo 3-187"), Cristobal 3-1673
Heights, until 10:00 o. m. Feb-
eoch. 807-D. Tavernillo. Balboo THROUGH
a. m.
ruary IB, 1952 ond then opened
in public, lor furnishing all plant
tools, equipr.ient, materials, labor
and services ond for performing
oil work for construction of:
MADE Proiect AMargarita Townsite Ex-
FOR SALE:Rodio Silvertone. elec-
tric sheksr. porcelain table. Es-
}' lidiante Street. House 105, Apt
I A.
FOP SALE:9 cu. t. refrigerator
j 25 cycle, good condition, Con be
Sfen at 1524-C. Gaviln Area
Bolboa. at any time.
FOR SALE- piece wicker l.vinq-
rrnm suite, 6 piece bedroom suitelFQR SALE:1950 4-door Chevrolet
LOCAL AUTOMOBILE
DEALER
tension
Priject BConstruction
ot Gatun
of Quarter?
No. 29. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:Buying or selling on Projec, CGrading ond Site Prepo-
rotion for Future Townsite Ex-
tension ot Margarita
Project DGrading and Site Prepa-
FOR SALE: Hillman 51. Excellent, ro|ion/ Ac"5s rRood nd Acce5s
condition; leaving for States. Tel I l"l,,ies for Fu,ure Townsite
Automobile Row
4721. Panamo.
HOTEL PAN AMERICANO in cool
El Voile. Reservations. Telephone
Panama 2-1 I 12.
Williams Sonta Clara Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms FrigieJaires, Rock-
gas ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
FOR RENT
Houses
Panamo
ings.
2-069-1; 3-0095. even-
Extension at Cardenas
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS. Soon
available chalet, five room duplex'
with hot and cold water, two
bathrooms, maid's room. Apply
immediately. Tel. 1386, Colon.
Project EConslruction of Two Con-
crete Tanks. Appurtenonces and FOR SALE OR RENT:A beautiful
w'lh inner>r>ring mottre's a n r"
o t h r mr.cellrneou* hcu *hoM
crzd*. One pic-no. Hcu'C 525-B
Cnrundu Hgts. 83-3186.
WANTED
MlsCr'HoW"!'!*
Sedan. 0766-D. Williamson Place Bid
bel
wcrn 4 ond 6 p. m.
Service Rood at Summit
schedules, forms of proposals.
WANTED: f\';d;rn two hrdroorr
hesi in coed r-sidsntH arra
Cell 3-3795 or 2-2842 2-
2Z4?. Poncmo.
WANTED:Furniture for hv ngroom
dningroo-n. bedrcom. kilchen. Coll
Coldwell Hotel. Tivoli. room 268
FOR SALE:1951 Chevrolet Con-
vertible. Powerglide. radio. Can be
financed. Will take trade. See
Fronk Alemn at Smoot & Pore-
des. Tel. 2-0600.
-:FCR SALE:Na:h Ambassador~T949
fou r/oor sedan, excellent conditicn
Leoving Isthmus. Financing ovoil
oble. Tel. 2-2757 Balboo.
3 SALE:Chevrolet Sedan 1951
specifications, and full particular;
may be obtained fiom the office
of the Controct and Inspection
Division, Room 336. Balboa Hgts.
(Telephones 2-3739 or 2-2698;.
.Specifications ond drawings will
be issued on o deposit of $25.00
per set for each Project or $100.
00 for all. Deposit will be forfeited
if specifications and drawings are
not returned within 30 days after
opening of bids.
It is actually cheaper
to buy a
P.r.l. SAFETY SAW
BLADE
than to accept any other
as a Gift.
Besides Protection Against
Injury, they save many
times their value In cost
of SHARPENING and
POWER alone.
GEO. F. iNOVEY, INC.
279 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
home furnished 4 bedrooms, 4
bothrooms, maid's quarters, poolj
and dressing-room, 2 terraces, o
lorge garden, oppropriatt for Le-
gation. Phone 3-3330. Callo la.
No. 26. Porque Lefevre.
FOR RENT
Apartments
r-OR SAI E
De Luxe, radio, seot covers. Power. If ycur dress needs o buckle, cov-
Giide, excellent condition, $1.785
Jack Rocker. 713-A, Prodo, Bol-
boo. Tel. 2-2874.
FOP. SAL
e:;-ellr
3-2506.
il9r!*y Dcvid-on
condilion, J273.00. Call
Recio Programs
Y out Community Station
HOG-840
Wo.r. 100.000 ,, Mao*
Presents
.=0.1 SALE:Ford Pcnel 47. Perfect
eond l on. For quick so'e $550.-
00. Con be inspected. Tel. 2-'
2772. Fanami.
:-CR SALE:Plymouth 48. like new.!
4 door. Chevrolet 4 door, duty:
paid. Phone 2-4624.
1931 Packard, 4-door, rodio, leather
WSW. I'll take trode-in, prefer
convertible. Good price for Pon-
oma or Zone. No. 36 Froncisco
de lo Ossa. Apartment 3, Ponomo.
phon 82-5156, office hours.
ered buttons, buttonholes, eyelets.
in oil colors ond 3 sixes for show-
er curtoins, belt hemstitching. Go
to the Lux Building Eost 34th St.
Apt. 106. Efficient service.
cur lompshode problem solved
hades produced in parchment to
motch lamp any style in silk or
plastic. Coll Studio Silvano, ex
Foto Ancn, moved to Estudiante
142. Panam.
FOR SALE
Vliscellaneoiu
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished unfurnished oport-
ments. Maid service optional. Con-
tact office 8061. 10th Street, Now
Cristobal, telephone 1386 Colon.
PANAMA BROKERS, INC.
Hotel F' Panam
Selling: Abattoir. Panam
Forest (preferred), Clay Pro-
ducts, S. Fernando Clinic.
Tel. 3-4719 3-1680
FOR RENT:Small one room fur-
nished oportment. All modern con-
veniences. 43rd Street No. 13.
FOR RENT:Apartment, unfurnish-,
ed; one bedroom sitting-dining-
room, bathroom, kitchen, No. 9,
44th street. Bella Vista. See Ce!
Castro No. 24 "B" Avenue. Te-
lephone 2-1616, Panama.
MODEKN FURNITURE
(IS I DM HI 11 I
siipciwt Reupholstery
VISIT Oil* SHOW-ROOM'
Alberto Bare*
"*IiUi II (Automobile Kuw)
Free Eatlatalc* Pickup A Deliver
TaL 1-4(28 :* am to >:** an
WANT
cheop. Con be financed. No. 36 F0R SALE -Plon0- """a1*
A NEW CAR? I have o
in perfect condition ond
FOR SALE:Rodio transmitter pair
813s Phone-CW, all bonds. Phone
Bolboo 1234.
Froncisco de lo Osso Apt. 3.
Saturday. January 5
3:COAmerican Band concert
3:">The Little Show
3::- !McLean's Program
3:<3Musical Interlude
4:PQMusic for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
6:15Masterworks from Fiance
6:'5American Folk Songs
7:00Gey Paris Music Hall
RDF i
7:T1Sporis Review
7: ">Jam Se.sion
I:f0Newsreel U.S.A
8::" 8:'">Battle Report
9:00Radio University (VOA)
' 9:).">Stamp (Sub (VAi
. 9:30Radio Amateur Program
(VOA i
i 9:45Sports and Tune ol Day
(VOA I
JO:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
'10:30The HOG Hit Parade
31:00The Owl's Nest
! 1:00a.m.Sign Off
A SNAPPY 0/IY1946 Ford-Super
DeLuxe Fordor. color groy, rodic
one) seot covers. Excellent tires
$290.00. Down. Do come and see
if. Contocf Mr. Sontncoloma ot
Colorn Motors. Tel. Ponamo 2-
1033.
cycle,
con.
425, Porto
ron, 25
Bello St., An-
FOR SALE:Hoover sweeper with
ottochments, Kenmore electric
ironer, 25 cycle, Tropical ond
Gold Fish. House 771-A, Bolboo
or phone 2-2581.
FOR SALEv-1950 Pontioc 8, Stream-
liner, 2-door sedon (Jan. 1951).
Take cor in trade. New car con-
dition. 500-B, Curundu Hgts., Cu-'fOR SALE-
rundu.
MOTHERS, for children's wear
Infants to 4 yeors visit BABY-
LANDIA No 40. 44th Street.
Bella Visto, Tel 3-1259.
-Scott Rodio
A.M.
Sunday, January 6
FOR SALE:Ford 1950 Convertible
Coupe a real beauty, magnificent
oppearonce. color: Chartreause;F0> SALEBench Grinder 25 cycle;
Victrolo.
Console model. Can be seen at
"Almacn Romero," No. 50 North
Avenue, Ponomo.
preen, tires, top. radio like new
Priced for the occasion. Toke for
$550.00 down. Call Tel. 2-1033
Colpon Motors. Inc. Contoct V
'Castillo.
FOR SALE:Pontioc 1941. Tuck
sedan in good condition. Excellent
transportation. Bargain price!. .
Coll Castillo at Colpon Motors
Inc. Tol. 2-1033. Ponamo.
A CLPAN BARGAINT9T9~Chev"-
rolet Fleetlme Coupe, color bllue
with rodio, ond seat covers. $425
down ond drive it owoy, contoct
Mr. Santacoloma ol Colpon Mo-
tors. Tel. Ponomo 2-1033.
Conal & Army Personnel don't have
to go into town to hove tire
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11:15The Sacred Heart Pro-
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11:30Meet the Band
12:00 Invitation to Learning
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4 p. m.
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PANAMA. B.P.
In about a week.
He said he would decide soon
whether to enter the Wisconsin
primary, but definitely will not
comDcte against Taft In Ohio.
With GOP polticos steoplng
up their campaigning, Gabriel-
son called the San Francisco
meeting as a sort of preview of
the party's July nominating con-
vention.
He thought It would be a good
chance for party members to
"hear the views of leading con-
tenders" for the GOP nomina-
tion.
Gabrielson extended speaking
invitations to candidates Taft,
Warren and Harold E. Stassen
and invited Sen. Henry Cabot
Lodge, Jr. (R.. Mass.) to speak
on behalf of Gen. Dwight D.
Elsenhower. Lodge Is manager of
the Eisenhower for President
movement.
Taft turned down the Invita-
tion.
Mindful that Gabrielson had
suggested that the candidates
send a substitute if they could
not make It personally, the
Ohioan said: "Maybe someone
will speak for me, but I don't
know."
Taft and his- supporters saw
nothing wrong In the invitations
to Warren and Stassen since, like
Taft. they are announced can-
didates but they were disgruntled
at the bid to an Eisenhower
spokesman because the general
never has said whether he will
run or even if he is a Republican.
Lodge has scheduled an "Im-
portant" news conference for
noon tomorrow. There has been
speculation he may announce
that Eisenhower has no objec-
tions if his name is entered in
the New Hampshire Presidential
primary a move that would
somewhat clarify Elsenhower's
I status.
I Warren said he decided against
entering the Ohio presidential
primary because it is Taft's home
state and the Senator "Is cer-
tainly entitled to the delegation
of his home state if he wants it."
This has not stopped Stassen.
Feb. 1.
Leaders of a campaign to draft
Gen. Douglas MacArthur for thi
GOP nomination gathered in
Milwaukee yesterday to open a
national drive. John Ghappl,
Ashland. Wls., said similar meet*
lngs will be held in a number
of states today.
Stassen notified the heads ot
three unions representing gov-
ernment employes that he meant
what he said when he promised
to fire 200.000 "loafers" on th
federal payroll If elected. But
he promised to confer with tha
union chiefs before selecting tht
ones to go.
FOR RENTRoom for single person
furnished or unfurnished, cool
comfortable, near Ancon Post Of-
fice. For information call Bolboo
2708.
FOR SALE
Boats 4 Motors
FOR SALE: Cobin cruiser 19 ft
long with model "A" Morine En-
gine. Troiler 50 H. P. Call 3-
2104 Ponomo. 2:00 p. m. to
5:00 p. m.
FOR SALE:21 foot sailboat, 2 sets
soils, 5 HP outboard, in good con-
dition. Licensed plus misc. equip-
ment for boot. Box 377 Apt. 507-
A, Cocoli.
P.M.
12:30Salt Lake Tabernacle
Choir
1:00The Jo Stafford Show
1:15American Chorales
1:30Rev. Albert Steer
2:00Opera and Symphony
Hour
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Heritage of Britain
6:30Donald Voorhees
.7.: 00Opera Concert
7:30Story of the Christian
Church
7:45Radio Varieties U.S.A.
8:00Sports Roundup and News
(VOA)
.' 1:15Report from C o n g r e ss
(VOA)
8:30Show Time
-8:45The Letter Box
9:00United Nations Review
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9:30The Bing Crosby Show
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10:00British Concert Hall
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excellent condition. Can be seen
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Concrete. City conveniences, fruit-
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lon.
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system, Mrs. Romero. Calle Es-
tudiante 77-A, Apt. 2.
MM FMTLIH
FIEAUTIrUtCAlPTS.
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f ItaiuM
SUNDAY
SPECIAL LUNCHEON
Or inte Supreme >u Kirjch
Frnch Sardine* on Toast
Pure Alesandrina Cnruomme Etoile
( hli-krn Liver* Saatc Chaa-
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Green Salad
Hot Roll* Butter
Coconut DeUght
Coffee Tea Beer
COCKTAILS
Every Sunday jr*
11 a.m. to 2 p.r
FOR RENT:Furnished room, with
or without board, cool, clean
beautiful local on. 48th Street No
7. Bella Vista.
FOR RENT:Furnished room with or
without meols. No. 33. 39th St
upstairs. Telephone 3-2002, Pon-
omi.
FOR RENT
MiseellartPon*
OFFICE: Modern two room suite
near Free Zone. Inquire Alham-
bra Apartments 8061, 10th Street
Telephone 1386, Colon.
Atlantic Society...
(Continued From Pare FIVl'i
clety will be held January 17 at
7:00 p.m. In the block houre A
cordial Invitation to attend the.
meetings is extended anyone in-
terested in the collecting and
growing of orchid.
The members and guests who
were present included: Mr. and.
Mrs. L. W. Croft. Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Fefs, Mrs. E. A. Co,
Mrs. and Mrs. E. E. Orvls, M.
Sgt. and Mrs. A. Lloyd, Mr. and
Mrs. T. 8hubcrg. Lieutenant
and Mrs. R. H. Brown. Mrs. and
Mrs. Thomas Lutro, Mrs. Frank
Moumbrow. Mr. H. P. Butcher
and Margarita. Michael Dare. P.
L. Hooper. H. E. Small. Jr. Sgt
C. Wood. "W. J. Wilkerson,
Henry Lawrence. R. T. Ray, R.
B. Seymour, and W. R. Mc-
Namee.
Announcements Of Interest
Lieutenant (Jg) and Mrs Al-
fred Bollens are receiving con-
gratulations on the birth of a
son at the Coco Solo Naval Hos-
pital on Thursday, December 27.
The baby has been named
Steven Thomas.
CHAMPION BOXER
AT STUD
Merttalre'i Model Modern
Fameu* deep red fawa top
producing boxer.
Owner: Either G d* Velasquex.
Pad Ho.pltal VI Porra* 41
Tel.: 2-1:1' 3-3129'
THE WIRZ MEMORIAL on Balboa Road which win oe de-
dicated tomorrow by Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I.O.O.F the
building will be open to the public for inspection from three
_________ to five o'clock In the afternoon.
ISTHMIAN DATA
Yates To Replace
Employment Chief
During Absence
James A. Yates will act u
f,wur P,1 tne Employment and
Utilization Division of the Per-
sonnel Bureau during the ab-
sence of George F. Welsh, it waj
at I announced Friday by Edward A.
Doolan, Personnel Director
Welsh will be In the United
States for about three months
as head of a mission to recruit
BIRTHS
REECE, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin
of La Boca, a son, Dec. 31 at Gor-
gas Hospital.
AGUILAR, Mr. and Mrs. Jos
E. of Panam, a daughter, Dec.
31 at Gorgas Hospital.
KIVLE, Mr. and Mrs. 8. O. of
Cocoli, a daughter, Dec. 29
Gorgas Hospital.
LEE, Pvt. and Mrs. Joseph of
Panam, a daughter, Dec. 29 at
Gorgas Hospital.
SAMPSON, Mr. and Mrs. H. of new employes for Panama Canal
Panam, a son, Dec. 29 at Gorgas Company and Canal Zone Oov-
Hospltal.
SPENCER, Mr. and Mrs. Har-
old of Panam, a son, Dec. 29 at
Gorgas Hospital.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
CARNEY, William Elvln of Ft.
*L&J^*&L'Ze2 A-aS-U, MORTON!' Virginia
against Taft in Ohio, as well as
Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, be-
cause he feels that Taft has
CECILIA
TODAY!
HUM.N!... REVEALING!...
Bargain For Sale:
PRE-FABRICATED
ALUMINUM HOUSE
Living Diningroom, three
Bedrooms, Kitchen and Bath.
Four Closets.
PRICE: $3,950.
AGENCIAS LUMINA, S.A.
Tel. 3-1033
Trucker Held After
'Weak Story' About
Girl's Gunshot Death
Cain of Curundu.
BIDSTRUP. Paul of Balboa to
EATON, Alice of Balboa.
BURKE, Arthur Louis of Fort
Amador to UNKLE, Suzanne of
Curundu Heights.
ernment units.
Yates Is Chief of the UJ8.-Rat)
Employment Brapc^
St. Luke's Choir
To Sing Program
Of Carols Sunday
f
The choir of the Cathedral of
St. Luke. Ancon will present a
concern of carols from many
CHATHAM, Ralph Kenneth of lands on the Feast of the
Albrook to ORGAN, Mildred Es- Epiphany. Sunday evening at 7
telle of Ancon. in the cathedral.
HUCKABAY, Monzell Ezekiel
of Curundu to MAYS, Alexis of I The program will be grouped
E7W I in four sections as follows: The
&?.?' ames Kf,Balboa t0 Blrtn ln Bethlehem, the Shep-
H?RT?R,i,TJ?'.n x?f BalbToa- u herds on the Hillside, the Slghl-
a.,5?EA" c?aJ(rfeEh ,f "canee of the Birth and the
a!, ,k,?nL 8IELER' R**"* Birth and the Epiphany
The congregation will Join the
N TONIGHT I 1
At 11:00 p.m. f
MID-NITE SHOW!
Presentation ol tne Well-
Known Panamanian
Acrobats
"THE ATLAS"
Ann of Balboa.
MORAES, Felix Antonio of Ft,
Kobbe to GONZALEZ-RUIZ, Fe-
minina of Panam.
MARINE, Thomas Cooper of
Ancon to PYLE, Shirley Dell of
Ancon.
GARNER, Thomas Clalrborne
of Albrook Field to HAAS, Lucille
Maria of Ancon.
DEATHS
CLARKE, James M., 39 of Pan-
ama, Dec. 28 at Gorgas Hospital.
choir in singing several familiar
carols.
Still More Money
Rolls To Washington
COLUMBIA, S. C. Jan. f (UP)
Agent-ln-charge L. W. West
said today U.S. alcohol tax unit
SMALL, Evai., 52,of Panam,]men last week seized 16 illegal
Ensign and Mrs. H H Chand-
ler announce the birth of their
first daughter, on Friday. Dec.
M, at the Coco Solo Naval Hos-
pital.
The baby is named Jacklyn.
Returned from Santa Clara
The following families from
the Coco Solo Naval Station have
returned to the station after
spending the New Year Holidays
at Santa Clara. They are: Lieut.
Commander and Mrs. PL. Ba-
lay. Major and Mrs. E. L. Ha-
mon and Lieutenant and Mrs. W.
N. Horlck.
CHARLESTON. S.C-, Jan. 5
(UP)A Charleston County cor-|
oner's Jury today ordered a 38-
year-old truckers terminal em-
f'loye held for Grand Jury ac-
in ln connection with the fatal
saooting of a 25-year-old counter
girl.
County Police Chief Julian T.
Williams termed Donald Sin-
clair's story of how Mrs. Ruth
Taylor Couey came to her death
"very weak."
Sinclair told police he awoke
from his sleep ln the room he
and Mrs. Couey shared above the
truckers terminal to find the
woman dead with a pistol wound
ln her ahest. The gun lay on the
floor near the bed.
Sinclair clf.imed that she took
her own life although he didn't
hear the shot. Both were em-
ployes of the terminal.
Sinclair was released under
|2,0OO bond.
1TARRV and JULY
the youngest acrobat ln
the world I
AND MANY OTHERjS!
On The Screen:
The drama of a woman
after her lovel
"I DREAM OF
PARADISE"
with Geraldine Brooks
POPULAR PRICES!
Dec. 28 at Gorgas Hospital.
PEREZ, Ramon, 43, of La Bo-
ca, Dec. 29 at Gorgas Hospital.
St. Peter's Lists
Epiphany Services
Celebrating the feast of the
Epiphany tomorrow, Sunday. St.
Peter's church, La Boca, will hold
a communion service 6 a.m. and
sung eucharlst at 7.
The second service will be
marked by appropriate music
from the choir and a sermon by
the Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley,
priest in charge.
Candles will be distributed at
vespers, beginning 7:30 p.m.. for
the Feast of Lights, and a pro-
cession will take place, closing
the Epiphany celebration.
Parents are urged to send their
children to the church school
session, which starts with morn-
ing prayer 10 a.m.
whisky stills in South Carolina.
West said five persona were
arrested in connection with the
raids and 5.260 gallons of mash
and 69 gallons of whisky were
seized.
The confiscations represented
$12,000 ln Federal tax revenue
alone, West said.
NAACP Plans
Memorial Services
For Harry Moore
CHARLESTON, S. C. Jan. 8
(UP). At least 15 NAACP
groups in South Carolina, will
hold memorial services here to-
morrow for Negro leader Harry
Moore, who was killed Christmas
night at Mlms. Fla., when a
bomb was placed under his home.
Moore's wife, Mrs. Harriet
Moore, was seriously injured in
the blast and died Thursday
night.
Scogromr
Y0.
^ANADIAN HHI*KV
Now. 6
.Years Old!
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Bithorn 'Shooting' Still Under Investigation
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ETEERS___College basketball is loaded with returning AH-Americas Six-tool-six
^uo wheVehwt off list season with a 42-point effort against Southern Methodist (NBA)___
Cleveland Indians Mail 1952 Contracts;
Several Top Players Take Salary Slices
Bombers, Bluebirds Play
Tonight; Brownies Win
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
The Standings
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
.735
.583
.462
Yankees........It 4
Bombers........ 7 5
Bluebirds....... 6 7
Brownies....... 4 12
TONIGHT'S GAME
(Panam Stadium7:3)
Bombers (Johnson 2-3) vs. Blue-
birds (Alonso 1-2.)
- LAST NIGHT'S RESULT
Brownies ft, Yankees 4.
Official Denies Officer
Is Charged With Murder

College
Basketball
BY UNITED PRESS
By United Press (Thursday Night)
_**AsT
West Virginia 10, NYU 75
Seton Hall 77, Western Ky. 65
Siena 56, Temple 48
Massachusetts 55, Clark 52
Hartwlck 64, Utica 40
Niagara 70, Arizona St. (Tempe)
48
Phila. Pharmacy 7, Ursinos 56
Rutgers 83, Newark Rutgers 52
Queens (NY) 72, Bates 58
New Britain (Conn.) 69, Puerto
Rico 67
Westminster (Pa.) 71, Lincoln
(Mo.) 56
SOUTH
Kentucky 116, Mississippi 58
" Mnmt <6K,v^ftBUKl,Weslevan 64
placed in a cell, he's under In- charge, said, "We have been do- Xm, V vllla^ora
Formal arrest at the jail. ^^pSS The commandant said that1 fiV Mex?c^r^edures.'' Miss. Southern 91. Georgetown
Bithorn had told the police he. Another United States consul' ) 6%.,.. Viini. u
had papers for a car he was try- has been In Ciudad Victoria han- a*e^syf"ek"3:h..5 <. \
tag to sell. However, he did not'dltog arrangements there In co-; Eastern Ky. 97, Morenead (y.)
Ksv tVtn ngnvrs An him ftnH ftiri nnn-nti^. n.uw mfhnrn's sister 60
MEXICO CITY, Jan. 5. General Armando
Mancillas Gmez, attorney-general of Tamaulipas
State, in a telephone interview with United Press
today denied that Police Corporal Ambrosio Casti-
llo Cano of El Mante, who killed Hiram Bithorn
an ex-Major League pitcher from Puerto Rico, had
been charged with murder.
The general said. "The lnves-j It was not yet known defto-
tlgatlon Is continuing and welltely whether the Mexican gov-
have reached no conclusions." I eminent has given approval lor
Castillo Cano is still In El Man-1 the shipment or Bithorn s body
te where the Incident occurred to Puerto Rico after exhuma-
and although he has not been'tlon. Kelvin Selbert, consui-in-
a a ______i___I__ I i a .. .._*! Kilt. Van **n ViAn nA<
have the papers on him and said
they were In Mexico City where
he would produce them.
operation with Blthorn's sister. 60
who has the complaint that she, Louisiana Col 59, Southwestern
fpplsher brother should not have' Louisiana 5
been admitted to Mexico as he Wof ford 96, Piedmont Textile 55
Bithorn* ownership of the car ^inThbihlv nervous condi- Tampa 69, Bartow Air Base 47
had been questioned and he had wa5 ln a mmy i MIDWEST
wn- Bradley 98, Arizona 59
The summary Of this consul's Oklahoma 61, Colorado 52
investigation ln Ciudad Victoria Duqucsne 71, Cincinnati 41
has been sent to Blthorn's other Missouri 76, Ft. Leonard Wood 47
brother, Waldemar, m New York William Jewell 73, Drury 72
1 Morningside 76, Omaha 56
ville Gladstone, Hector Lpez,
Kellman and Clark also collect-
ed two hits each.
Johnny Kropf, with three lor
five, led the Yankees at bat.
Eddie Neville, who had twice
.250 previously blanked the Brownies,
i was the victim last night. Nev-
ille was chased to the showers
In a four-run fourth Inning ral-
ly. Al Pointe then took over and
finished the game.
The second blace Bombers will
meet the third place Bluebirds at
e Panama. Stadium tonight,
ghthanders Connie Johnson of
e Bombers and Andrs Alonso
the Bluebirds are scheduled
starnimonn opponents.
A victory lor the Bombers will
Slaee them only two games be-
lnd the league leading Yan-
kees.
Last night the cellar occupy-
ing Brownies knocked off the
Yankees 8-4 to snap a six-game
winning streak for the Yankees.
Pitcher Vlbert Clark and Man-
ager-Catcher Leon Kellman
teamed up effectively to be the
main cogs in the triumph.
Clark gave up eight hits and
walked ten men (equalling the
league record for a single game)
but had it ln the clutches to
leave 14 Yankees stranded on the
base paths.
Kellman pounded out a home
run and a triple to drive in five
runs. Rookie Reinaldo Grenald
hit three for five to be the top
hitter of the Brownies. Gran-
Marciano Has A Lot
To Learn Demosey
NEW YORK. Jan. 5 (NEA)
Jack Dempsev was asked what
he thought of Rocky Marciano,
who won fame by knocking out
Joe Louis.
"Marciano Is a strong fellow,
admitted the old Manassa Maul-
er, "but he has a lot to learn.
"He can hurt you if he can
catch you, but might have trou-
ble against a moving target."
CLEVELAND, Jan. 5 (UP)The
Cleveland Indians mailed out
their contracts yesterday and
there will be several disappoint-
ed players when the postman
rings. _
General Manager Hank Green-
berg says: "Nobody will bleed too
much, but some players merited
raises and some deserved cuts."
It's believed the players tak-
ing salary slices will be pitcher
Bob Lemon, catcher Jim Hegan,
lnflelder Ray Boone and out-
fielders Bob Kennedy and Larry
Greenberg says the cute will
be made up if the players come
through ln 1952.
Greenberg won't be very pop-
ular with the players who take
salary cuteand he Isn't very
popular with the New York Yan-
kees either. Yankee General
Manager George Weiss doesn't
like Greenbergrs prediction that
the World Champions are a sec-
ond division club now that Joe
DiMagglo has retired
"It would appear Mr. Green-
berg ts doing an excellent Job of
whistling his way past the grave-
yard of Cleveland's 195 col-
lapse," says Weiss. "We would;
have been rather disappointed if
Mr. Greenberg had picked us to
win again next year. His record
as a prognostlcator has not been
very good. In fact," adds Weiss,
"we cannot recall a single obser-
vation by Mr. Greenberg which
has come to pass since he be-
came general manager."
Weiss says the.Yankees regret
offered to produce documentary
proof. The commandant also re-
Iterated that Bithorn had $2,000
In his possession when arrested.
Meantime, the United States
Consulate in Tamplco in Tamau-
lipas State has been investigat-
ing the robbery aspect of the
case but has not announced any
findings.
Motorbike Races
At Juan Franco
To Be Toss-Ups
Polnte, who had not been scor-
ed upon ln eight innings of re-
lief hurling, blanked the Brown-
ies for three Innings then gave
up the final two Brownie runs.
Favorites Prevail
In Brookline Golf
Tourney At Brazos
The second round matches of
the Brookline Tournament which
Is sponsored by Casullo's of Co-
lon, were completed at Brazos
Brook Golf Club this past week.
The only real surprise was the
victory of the Plaia-Raymond tne retirement of DiMagglo most
team who beat Charlie Wood, the of au> but he predicts the Cli
reigning club champion, and his
partner, Pacheco, by a score of
1-up.
Engelke and Jorstad had to go
36 holes ln order to beat MacVlt-
tle and Hardy while Hoverson
and Jimmy Raymond raised
some eyebrows when they took
Day and Brown Into camp with
a 2-up score.
The third round has to be
completed by tomorrow evening,
and the results of the following
matches will decide the semlfln-
allsts:
Kulikowskl-Armstrong vs. Ho-
verson-Raymond (Jlmmle).
Zilkle-Llvtngston vs. Melsta-
ger-Prler.
Kenway-Huldqulst
Ravmond (Tony).
Engelke-Jorstad vs.
Chadwlck.
Plala-
wlll be a contender again next
season and for years to come.
There is a movement under
way to switch a team from the
Texas League to Mexico City.
President John Reeves of the
Fort Worth team thinks it would
be wise to shift Beaumont to
Mexico City.
"Not that I'm trying to chase
President Guy Airsy out of Beau-
mont," says Reeves, "but I think
such a move would be feasible
and practical. It would create
good will between the countries-
Reeves says six of the eight
Texas League teams would have
to approve the plan before the
Beaumont franchise could go
south of the border.
Pre-race training has turned
up no sure winner of the motor-;
cycle races at the Juan Franco,
Inner track tomorrow morning, i
At least half a dozen riders
have got their times down to a,
little over 40 seconds for ths 1000
yards (approximately) circuit.
Considering the track surface
la designed for only one horse-
power at a time, this lap-speed
means hard riding on fast, pow-
erful motorbikes.
Already a doten Panam and
Canal Zone enthusiasts have
stripped their machines down to
racing trim, and are expected to
be on hand when the program
gets under way at 9:30 a.m. to-
morrow.
Brltlsh-bullt BSA's and Tri-
umphs and U.S.-built Harley-
Davidsons comprise most of the
entries so far.
To make things clearer to
spectators unused to motorbike
racing, each starter will be pre-
sented Individually to the crowd
before each race.
Thus, from the crowd's point
of view, the races will be between
personalities, rather than well-
wrapped dusty figures bouncing
past too fast to recognize.
FOR TRAPSHOOTER? A
leather patch in the shoulder
socket of a. newly-designed
sweater protects it from fric-
tion wear by gun butt and re-
coil. Leather-reinforced pock-
ets guard against constant
wear, as the trapshooter con-
tinually reaches in them for
shells. (NEA)
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Philippine Ratan, Pan Liquido
Win In Pacific Softball Loop
Luther (la.) SO, St. Olaf 54
Phillips Oilers 66, Crelghton 42
Gustavos Adolphus 58, Augusta-
na (SD) 50
Wartburg 79, Coe 58
Evansville 62, Valparaiso 59
I Mankato 48, Buena Vista 45
Beioit 24, Washington (St. L.) 21
Southeast Missouri 59, Southern
Illinois 57
I Wooster 73, Ashland 66
Findlay 90, Manchester 71
1 East Central OkU. 52, Okla. Bap-
tist 50
Washburn 65, Kansas Wesleyan
51
North Texas at Oklahoma City,
postponed.
SOUTHWEST
Hardin-Simmons 72, Ariz. State
(G lag staff) 47
Southwest Texas 83. Sul Ross 27
East Texas Baptist 63, Lamar
Tech 57
FAR WEST
Utah 59, New Mexico 47
San Jos State 51, Oregon 49
Seattle 82, Los Angeles State 69
Regis 82, Colorado State 54
Army Sports
TOUCH FOOTBALL
FORT KOBBB, C. Z.Medical
Company scored a touchdown in
the final minutes of the game
Thursday night to nip Heavy
Mortar Company ln a hard
fought game, by a 22 to 20 count.
Medical Company scored first
when Lewis mads the tag for a
safety ln the first quarter. Their
first touchdown came on a pass
from Gunter to Maldonado. Mor-
tar also tallied in the first quar-
ter. Their first TD, like all of
their scores, came on the ground.
In the second period Gunter
passed to Ray for the Medicos'
second TD and then ran over for
the PAT. Heavy Mortar scored a
In the Pacific Softball League
Wednesday afternoon, the Phil-
ippine Rattan boys were'victori-
ous over the CAA (Civil Aeronau-
tics Administration' team by a
score of 13 to 8.
Howard Engelke of the Bam-
boo team went all the way al-
lowing eight runs, nine hits, five
walks and striking out four bat-
ters.
C. Jones started on the mound
for the CAA team, but one and
two-thirds Innings, 5 hits, 10
runs and 5 walks later was re-
lieved by Jordan who tossed the
remainder of the game. Jordan
gave up 6 hits and allowed only
3 runs for the four and one-third
Innings he pitched.
Wheeler of Philippine Rattan
belted a homer to deep center
with two mates on to score three
runs ln the first.
With CAA pitcher Jones losing
control in the second, the Bam-
boo boys scored 7 runs on 4 baees
on balls and 6 hits.
CAA batters scored one run in
the fourth, two in the fifth, one
to the sixth, and to an all-out
effort to catch up, four in the
seventh.
Polomskl of the CAA team was
the first man up In the seventh
and sent a powerful homer to
deep left field with nobody on.
Totals were:
Philippine Rattan13 runs, 11
hits. 5 walks and 4 errors.
CAA8 runs, 9 hits, 5 walks,
and 2 errors.
A strong Pan Liquido team, be-
hind the able pitching of Bill
Muller, trounced last years
champion Elks team 10 to 4 at
the Ancon diamond Thursday.
Muller pitched six Innings, giv-
ing up 4 hits, 1 run, 4 walks and
striking out one, at which time
Manager George Stanley decided
he had enough advantage to take
Muller out and put to his sec-
ondary pitcher, Lee.
The Elks were held to no runs
until the sixth when they scored
one run on a double by Soyster
and a double by pitcher Ray Ev-
ans. Then in the seventh, witl
Lee
Elks-
rors and a walk.
slammed a homer to the fifth
with one on. Pitcher Ray Evans
was the big sticker for the Elks
getting 2 for 3both doubles.
Totals:
Pan Liquido10 runs, 12 hits,
3 walks and 2 errors.
Elks4 runs, 7 hits. 5 walks.
Next week's schedule:
Monday: Pan Liquido vs. CAA.
Tuesday: Philippine Rattan vs.
Elks.
Wednesday: CAA vs. Firemen's
Insurance.
Thursday: Philippine Rattan
vs. Pan Liquido.
Friday: Firemen's Insurance
vs. Elks.
Sports Shorties
By UNITED PRESS
Football Coach Ed McKeever
says he Is quitting the game.
McKeever resigned as back-
field coach at Louisiana Stats
University Thursday to become'
executive director of the LouisU
ana Association of General Con*
tractors. The resignation is ef-
fective next Monday.
Head Football Coach Qaynell
Ttosley says: "We are losing a
man of unquestionable ability
and experience. Ed Is certainly
one of the finest football coach-
es in the business."
McKeever also was head coach
at Notre Dame, Cornell and San
Francisco during his career.
A check for $85,000 wUl help
soothe Stanford's feeling over
the 40-7 drubbing it took from
Illinois to the Rose Bowl.
Receipts for the game reached
a record $780,000 that Includes
$400.000 for radio and television
rights.
Illinois picks up a check of
$50,000 for winning. The nine
other conference schools and ths
office will dtvws
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Then to the eyenth witn commlJlsioner's off!
pitching for Pan Liquido the tne etner gaao.ooo.
i scored 3 runs on 3 nits, 2 er- Stanford also learned, that
irs and a walk, quarterback Gary Kerkortan will
Pan Liquido chalked up one g, unRWe ^ compete to any ath-
run in the first, four in the fifth \ j y lor months. Kerkori-
and five in the sixth, at which came out of the Ross Bowl
time they had garnered 12 hits ^^ two Iractured verte-
off pitcher Ray Evans, who tocl- EJT
dentally. Is primarily the Elks' Dr,e*
first sacker.
"The Elks may find some con-
solation to the loss of this game,
however, as their ace pitcher,
Southpaw Mickey McDermst
of the Boston Rod Box and Bar-
bara RUsy of Miami will be mar-
nowever, as mcir cc H"**"-* Hed in Lynn, Massachusetts, a-
Fritz Cheney, was out with an r0und Jan. 15. Red Sox lnflelder
Injured ankle and this loss Is not johnny pesky will be McDer-
indicatlve of what is to be ex-
pected to the future.
One of last year's top pitchers,
Johnny Jannsen, Is now avail-
Johnny Pesky
mott's best man.
The Amateur Athletic Union
jonnny smnnawii, a v "**"* reminds Its members of new a-
able to the Elks and they flgure mendments which went Into ef-
to be back as strong as ever in Iect on New year't pay.
the near future. -* -
Harry Foster and George Tar-
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Pan Liquido, both getting 3 hits
for 4 trips to the plate. Foster
See Olympic Games
In Living Room
CHICAGO, Jan. 5 (NEA)If all
goes well, vldlote will be able to
safe* andthen on one of the watch the 1952 Olympic Games in
_jy.
Any physical education teach-
er who does not get paid for
coaching teams is eligible to
compete as an amateur. In ths
past, physical education officials
were Ineligible for amateur
events as long as they held their
teaching Jobs.
The AAU also raised the max-
imum daily allowance for a trav-
eling athlete from eight dollars
and 50 cents to 10 dollars.
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most spectacular plays of the
game, Nance scored with an 80-
yard gallop.
In the third quarter the Mor-
tarmen scored again to lead go-
ing Into the last period by a 20 to
15 score. ,. ,
With only a minute left to play
ln the game, Bennett of the Med-
icos gathered ln a punt on his
own 10 and romped home for the
winning tally. The pass, Gunter
to Bennett, was good for the ex-
tra point
The league standings:
TEAM W. L. Fts.
Headquarters Co. 4 0 85
Service Company 2 w
Tank Company 1 44
Medical Company 0 3 26
The next game will he Jan. 8
between Service and Medical
Companies. The game starts at
7 p.m. at Qulnn Field.
Stallcup Gets On
Base Hard Way
CINCTNNNATT, Jan. 5 (NEA)
Virgil Stallcup believes to doing
It the hard way.
The Cincinnati shortstop has
drawn only 50 walks since Join-
ing the Reds ln 1048. While Boh
Elliott of the Braves was leading
the National League with 131 free
passes that season, Stallcup got
only 18.
Stallcup has not drawn as
many as 18 walks ln any of the
succeeding campaigns, fell to a
new low to 1951 with six.
Trying to rush the season has
Exclusive televisin rights havej led to the first baseball casualty
their living rooms.
been placed on the market by
the U.S. Olympic Committee. The
carnival will be held to Helsinki,
Finland, July 19-Aug. 3.
The rights for sale are for
North, South and Central Amer-
ica.
The TT. S. committee also will
market television and radio
rights for this country's final
tryouts.
of 1952.
George Gannon took advantage
of some mild weather and start-
ed tossing a baseball around yes-
terday ln Newton, Mass. Gan-
non suddenly felt something
'snap'" to his right arm.
Eleven-year-old George waa
taken to the hospital with a
fracture.
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Fords Granted
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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 TH..NTV srm.TII vr,
The Rovernment today granted TWENTY-SEVENTH VIAK
PANAMA, R. F., SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1952
FIVE CENTS
the Ford Motor Co. ceiling price
Increases ranging from 3.45 to
5.19 percent, but the company
aid it will not hike its actual
celling prices at present.
The higher ceilings would
amount at retail to $65 to $104
on Fords, $67 to $86 on Mercuries
and $130 to $201 on Llncolns.
A Ford spokesman in Detroit
said the company will not in-
crease prices on its 1951 models.
He said it la not yet known
whether prices will be raised on
forthcoming 1952 models, or if
o. how much.
US Agents Hit At Peddlers
In Nationwide Narcotic Drive
narcotics to children. He prom-
ised more complete details lat-
er.
At Buffalo, N.Y., a narcotics
peddler was sentenced to serve
from 26 to 100 years in prison on
WASHINGTON. Jan. 5 'UP>
Federal agents aided by local po-
lice yesterday arrested more than,
500 narcotics peddlers in major Snyder said yesterday's crack, six counts of selling and possess-
Previous ceiling boosts for auto | cltles acr0Ss the nation in a drive down was "carefully planned and lng heroin,
makers have resulted In higher to stamp out the "vicious traf- organized" after Congress last; Snyder revealed the Narco-
prlces to the public. fiC" among teen-agers. year armed the Narcotics Bu- tics Bureau has discovered that
Ford is the second major auto officers said a "secret" grand, reau with Increased funds, more many former narcotics ped-
flrm to win Increases under the Jury is about ready to return In- agents and stlffer penalties for dlers switched to other rackets
so-called "Capehart amendment") dlctments against a number of violators. The bureau has been after Congress passed the stlff-
to the controls law. It permits big narcotics operators. planning the nation-wide drivel er law.
manufacturers' ceiling prices to The series of swift raids, which more than two months,
reflect cost Increases through \ occurred within a 24-hour per- In making the arrests, the a-
last July 26. iod, was announced shortly by gents concentrated on second
; Secretary of the Treasury John and third term offenders. They
Hudson Motor Car Co. was al- W. Snyder and Federal Narcotics presumably located the peddlers
Commissioner Harry J. Anslin- with the help of probation offi-
cer. Anslinger said the crack- cials and local police who aided
down covered every major city in the arrests,
of the nation. i The raids hit New York. De-
Snyder said the wholesale troit, Dallas and Houston, Tex.,
round-up was carried out in re- Ft. Campbell, Ky., and other ci-
sponse to a deepening need to ties,
check narcotics addiction, parti-1
cularly among teen-agers.
lowed a 4.9 percent ceiling in-
crease on Dec. 21. which would
mean retail ceiling boosts of
from $90 to $145 on Hudson
cars.
Nash-Kelvinator Corp. asked
Thursdav for price ceiling hikes
ranging from 5.99 percent to 7.23
percent on its Nash cars and
Wlllvs-Overland Motors. Inc. re-
Under the new law, minimum
sentences were provided and
made mandatoryfor convicted
offenders. This gave-agents as-
surance that they could put the
peddlers behind bars.
The maximum fine for a first
offender was and is $2,000. For
a second offender it was $5,000
and now is $2,000. For a third of-
fender it was $10,000 and now Is yesterday were:
In the past, a first offender
often has escaped with a sus-
pended sentence. Now first of-
fenders must be sentenced to at
least a two-year jail term, al-
though the Judge may put him
on probation U circumstances
warrant.
A second offender must serve
at least five years In Jail and a
third offender at least 10.
Snyder said "tireless and re-
lentless enforcement" of the
law had halted the increasing
trend of high school students
4o narcotics addiction. He said
that this has been revealed in
part by a sharp reduction in
the teen-agers hospitalised for
narcotics addiction.
Among the arrests reported
$2,000.
Senate crime Investigators re-
tacKsst.013 percent $sy*trSfi sras
^n
Frazer Corp. and1 MMMUnc foutrflnto criminal activl-
Corp. Also have applied for ceil- t fe f h ,
tag price hikes under the Cape- add)ctlSn. y
hart amendment. Anslinger said his agents
.... ... captured a large number of the
General Motors has asked for peddiers who have been selling
boosts ranging from 1.7 to 6.01!--------------------------------------------
percent on Its various lines of,
24r33 peleen" hTgheV ceU&ig? on"; [(lili Of 13 MClTlbCrS
its Kaiser and 28 48 percent on i
the Henry J; and Studebaker
sought celling Increases of 7.84
percent on Its Champion model
and 8.67 percent on the Com-
mander line.
Ford sought increases of 4.37
percent on Mercuries, 5.39 per-
cent on Fords and 8.13 percent
on Llncolns.
The OPS authorized 3.45 per-
cent on Mercuries, 4.97 on Fords
and 5.19 on Mercuries.
The agency said that Ford
made a mistake In its original
application bv using the wrong
base period. Correction of the
error resulted in the lower cell-
ing hikes.
To Attend PC Board
Meet Here Monday
Eight of the 13 members of
the Board of Directors of thie
Panama Canal Company will at-
tend the Board meeting which
convenes Monday at Balboa
Heights, it was announced Fri-
day.
Two directors are arriving by
plane Sunday and four others are
aboard the Panama liner, Ancon,
which will dock in Cristobal
Monday morning. Already on the
The Ford increases are hikes Isthmus are Governor Newcomer
celling president of the company, and
In the manufacturers
price and retail prices cannot be
raised until the manufacturers'
actual selling price goes up.
If Ford raises prices on Its
new models, retail ceilings will
go up by about the same percent
but they must first be approved
by the price agency.
Florida Gypsies
Fined After Riot
JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Jan. 5
(UP) Eight gypsies were fin-
ed a total of $1,710 In city cour*
here yesterday for their part
in a downtown riot Wednes-
day.
The block-long free-foi-atl
which tied up heavy city Hal-
tic for about 15 minutes vas
staged by some 40 gypsies whe
were reported to be arguing
about who should be "king" of
the Jacksonville tribe.
Police arrested 19 gypslc*,
Including two Juveniles.
Black-eyed Steve Nichols, a",
who police said is the loca i
ruler of the gypsies, told the
court that "it was hardly r.o
fight at all Just a lot of excite-
ment."
He admitted, however, that
he was hit on the head by a
flying garbage can during tae
excitement.
RP Seamen's Pool
Moves To Recruit
56 For US Ports
The Merchant Seamen's Pool
moved today to recruit seamen
from Panama City to make up
the complement of 56 men
needed by the National Ship-
ping Authority in the United
Assistant Secretary of the Ar-
my Karl R. Bendetsen, chairman
of the board.
T. Coleman Andrews, con-
sulting accountant of Richmond,
Va.. will arrive early Sunday
night by plane and Daniel E.
Taylor, prominent Florida bus-
inessman, Is expected by plane
Sunday morning from his home
in West Palm Beach.
Board members scheduled to
arrive on the Ancon include
MaJ. Gen. Julian L. Schley. for-
mer Panama Canal Governor; W.
R, Pfizer, vice president in
charge of the New York head-
quarters; Edward D. McKlm, in-
surance executive of Omaha,
Neb.; and Bernard F. Burdlck,
chief of the Washington Office.
James C. Hughes, assistant to
the vice president and secretary
of the company, will also arrive
Monday aboard the Ancon.
Members of the Board who will
be unable to attend the meeting
include Secretary of the Army,
Frank Pace. Jr.; Lt. Gen. A. A.
Wheeler; MaJ. Gen. Glen E.
Edgerton; Gordon Gray, pres-
ident of the University of North
Sfeelworkers Call Off Strike
Bui Assail Big Firms 'Greed'
(NBA Telephoto)
TAX TRIAL BEGINS Denis Delaney (second from left),
deposed Collector of Internal Revenue for Massachusetts, ar-
rives at Boston's Federal Court as Ms trial on charges of ac-
cepting bribes to Influence tax cases begins. With him are
his nephew, Francis Welsh (left), and his attorneys, Carl H.
Amon, Jr. (second from right), and C. Keefe Hurley.
PC Moves Step Nearer Toward
Better Sewage Disposal System
One of. the first major proT
Jects in a proposed long-range
development plan for the Paci-
fic side sewage disposal system
is now complete with the ter-
mination of work on the last
section of a 72-inch Interceptor
line in Balboa, lt was announ-
ced yesterday by Col. George
K. Withers, Engineering and
Construction director.
Work on the large sewer has
been In progress about a year.
New York City50 persons ar-
rested Including 12 women and a
soldier. Arrests still being made.
Detroit. Mich.21 arrested in-
cluding three women. The Fed-
eral agents are seeking other
known peddlers.
Dallas, Tex.20 arrested and
another 10 arrests expected.
San Antonio, Tex.17 arrested
and some narcotics seized.
Houston, Tex.30 arrested.
They Included four white men,
one Negro woman and 10 Negro
men.
Fort Campbell, Ky.Four sol-
diers stationed at the fort ar-
rested but charges not announc-
ChlcagoAbout 12 arrested
already and 50 expected.
Buffalo, NY.16 arrested.
Denver, Colo.Seven arrested
in Rocky Mountain states and
more expected. ,
Toledo, O.Eight arrested.
Units Of US Sixth
Fleet To Spend 8
Days Visiting Spain
NAPLES, Jan. 5 (UP) Units
of the powerful United States
Sixth Fleet was en route to Spain
today to pay an eight-day visit
to many strategic ports being
studied as possible American Na-
val bases.
Units which Include two air-
craft carriel s, several haavy
cruisers, and a number of des-
troyers will carry out the ma-
neuver. at sea before the first
ships reach 8panlsh waters about
Jan. 9.
Meanwhile, other units from
U.S. ports were crossing the At-
lantic to Spanish ports where
they will replace Sixth Fleet
units which are homebound af-
ter servUe in the Mediterranean.
Navy officials here said the
annual fieet changeover will ac-
ties on the east side of the Ca- count for 35 of the American
nal as far as Paraso and por-! Naval units being present slmul-
tions of Panama, when Panama taneously in Spanish ports.
lines are ultimately connected.
By separating the storm sew-
ers from the sewage waste sys-
tem, the new Une Is expected
to eliminate the noxious odor
Admiral Matthias Gardner.
Commander of the Sixth Fleet
which 13 actlnc under the oper-
ational command of Admiral Ro-
bert Carr.ey, Commander of the
Allied Forces In Southern Europe
It extends from a temporary
outlet into the Panama B a y provement of Pacific side sew-1
Carolina; and John W. Martyn, area, near the Boy Scout Shack, age facilities were submitted in
administrative assistant to the along Amador Road, past theji950 by Greeley and Hansen, a
Secretary of the Army. Balboa jail to the Intersection Chicago engineering firm re-
in addition to the members,!of Balboa Road and Barneby
. r, SV111CU lUitCO III OUUbllGUI ouiuuc
n the Balboa Flats area Jur-;WM gchedulea to arrive In Bar-
wy *$* F SelS. tnd reduce|celona aboard his flagship the
the flooding which has occur- heavy ciulser Des Molnes on
red in the past in the vicinity January 9
of the YMCA. other units will visit Almera,
Plans for a long-range lm- Catedral Valencia, Tarragona.
Malaga and Palma in the Balea-
ric Islands and Alicante.
the Board sessions, to be held in
the Board Room of the Admin-
istration Building at Balboa
Heights, will be attended by Lt.
Governor Herbert D. Vogel, Vice
President of the Company; largest
Matthew Robinson; and Peter
Beasley, both Special Con-
sultants to the Secretary and As-
sistant Secretary of the Army.
The latter two arrived last Mon-
day with Mr. Bendetsen.
Matters pertaining to the fin-
ances and operation of the Canal
are expected to occupy much of
the attention of the Board dur-
ing Its sessions. This will be the tem
second meeting of the Directors
since the Panama Canal Com-
pany came tato being last July.
No definite schedule of the
Street, near the Union Church,
where, the last section of pipe
was laid last week.
Work will now be started on
smaller collector lines, the
of which will
States to complete the crews Board sessions has been ar-
O ships now tied up in Amer-; ranged. This will be dependent,
lean ports. I the length of stay on the Isth-
A representative of the Pool, mus by the various members. It
which operates In Colon, Issued is tentatively planned to hold a
a call today for all Panaman-i brief opening session Monday
Ian seamen with Panamanian and delay until later in the week
or American seamen's papers on the major business sessions, to
('any kind of letters proving that permit individual members some
they are seamen to report to time for personal observations of
DeLesseps Park Monday morn- the Company's operations,
int at 10 a. m. All members of the Executive
Directors of the Pool, which committee of the Board .elected
hf.x a total of 70 seamen ell-1 at the meeting last September in
glble to accept jobs on U. S. .Washington, will be In attend-
merchant vessels, expect to anee here. Ex -utive Committee
know by Monday the type oflmembers are\fL%vernor New-
seamen for which jobs arecomer, Bendetiiwr Gen. Achley,
available Andrews, and McKlm.
extend
from the area of the Balboa
Commissary and Clubhouse and
connect with the 72-inch sew-
er near the Union Church.
The smaller line, which Is
scheduled for completion about
the last of April, is the last of
the presently authprized pro-
jects in the long-range plans
for the Pacific side sewage sys-
Modiflcations of a line
from La Boca were completed
about a year ago.
The 72-lnch sewer is large
enough to care for the sewage
from all Canal Zone communl-
talned by the Canal as consult-
ants on the proposed project.
The entire project would cost
about $10,000,000 and would ex-
tend over a period of several
years.
Cristbal Elks
Carnival Queen
Count Set Jan. 11
The Cristobal Elks Lodge will
sponsor a dance Jan. 11 at
their Brazos Heights lodge In
honor of the Carnival Queen
candidates which will start at
8:30 p. m.
American units" never before
visited Spanish ports in such
numbers.
Britain Becomes 1st
Nation To Ratify
Jap Pejce Treaty
LONDON, Jan. 5 (UP)The
British Foreign Office said today
that Britain has become the
first country to ratify the Jap-
anese-peace treaty.
He said the Instrument of
ratification was handed to the
Japanese Foreign Office Jan. 3.
The treaty cones into force
when a majority of the coun-
tries which signed the treaty
CZ District Court
Has 'Clamor' Col
A touch of "glamor" has been
added to the staid U. S. District
Court at Ancon.
The January issue of Glamour
magazine carries a picture of As-
sistant District Attorney Kay
Fisher In an article about ten
American women who work on
foreign soil.
It mentions also that Mrs.
Fisher Is the sole woman mem-
. ber of the Canal Zone bar.
One of the heaviest counting hand In their ratification. Those
of votes will ^take jjlace that i ntttions which sighed the treaty
were Australia, Canada. Ceylon.
France, Indonesia. Netherlands
New Zealand, Pakistan. Philip-
pines, the United Kingdom and
the United States.
The U. 8. must ratify the
treaty before lt can become ef-
fective.
Three members of the Far
East Commission did not sign
the treaty, They were India,
Burma and Russia.
India and Burma made it
known that thev Intend to sign
separate treaties with Japan.
evening, and the public Is wel-
come to attend. There will be
no table reservations and ad-
mission will be SO cents.
At the present time Misses
Elaine O'Hayer and Lorraine
Henning are tied for first place.
Joanne Receta, Mary Ann Bras-
sel, Nancy Karlger, Carol O'-
Hayer. Patricia Roddy and An-
na Fisher are also in the run-
ning.
The Carnival Queen elected
together with a court of four
will represent the Cristobal Elks
ATLANTIC CITY. Jan. 5 (UP)
The CIO United Steel Workers
heeded a plea against giving
"comfort to Communism" today
and postponed a nationwide
strike until at least Feb. 21.
Delegates to a special union
convention shouted their approv-
al of the postponement after an
Impassioned appeal by Philip
Murray, president of their union
and of the CIO.
They voted to give the govern-
ment a chance to bring peace to
the steel industry before using
the strike weapon.
The postponement resolution
was passed with only one dis-
senting vote recorded. A dele-
Bate who was not identified said
Is local had Instructed him to
vote for a strike.
The union bowed to two ap-
peals from President Truman to
fut off a walkout In the "na-
lonal Interest" while the Wage-
Stabilization Board considers its
demand for an l8'/a-cent pay
boost from the Industry.
But lt warned that steelwork -
ers "are not foregoing our right
to strike" and threatened a walk-
out if the WSB falls to come up
with an acceptable solution
within 45 days.
WS chairman Nathan P.
Feinsinger would not Indicate in
Washington how long the board
will need to complete Its study
and make recommendations.
Other sources indicated, how-
ever, that the hearings might
take a month, after which the
board would be expected to study
the results before making a re-
port.
The board will have its first
hearing, on procedures next
Monday.
If no agreement Is reached by
Feb. 21either by V/SB media-
tion or recommendations for set-
tlementMurray will call a
meeting of the union's wage pol-
icy committee to decide a new
course.
A new strike threat then was
implied, although Murray told
the convention that "God him-
self only knows what might hap-
pen to our country" If the work-
ers quit the steel mills.
Murray told the 3,000 delegates
they were "sacrificing their right
to strike," at least temporarily,
"in the interests of our nation."
"We are not going to lend com-
fort to Communism either at
home or abroad," he said.
Even lt the union did threaten
a new call to strike, lt would run
Into Mr. Truman's determination
to keep steel production rolling
for the defense effort.
The President has said he will
"use every law on the books" to
Insure uninterrupted output.
Murray spoke for 80 minutes
before the delegates voted to
! score the "grasping greedy" steel
makers for "refusing to bargain" |
with the union.
The industry has made noi
wage offer, Insisting that it needs]
assurances of a price Increase
j compensate for higher payrolls.^
The steel companies "lust fo
money" despite the national
emergency, the CIO chief said
"Mammon Is their god."
Murray promised the "kind of
a fight we think you want"
his impending battle before th^
wage board.
Canadian Destroyej
Arrives For Visit
The Canadian destroyer, HMC
iNootka arrived at Cristobal tt
morning and will transit the Ca1
nal arriving at Rodman arour
.5 p.m., the British Legation
Panama announced today.
The Nootka. with a complement
of IS officers and 262 men unde
Comdr. R M. Steele, RCN, is ex-1
pected to remain here for twoj
days during which the crew wlL
be given shore leave.
It will leave Rodman Monday
en route to Pearl Harbor.
Lodge during the coming Car- Russia has not yet Indicated
nival season. what the* olan to do.
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come from Scotland; and why none is finer than White
Horse. The reasons lie in the barley, the climate and
crystal-clear water of the Scottish hills; in methods of
distillation hardly changed through centuries; in men who
have made a loving art of their slow, unhurried work in
bringing White Horse to final perfection. Always choose
Scotch whisky and ask first for White Horse.
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A pleasure to remembera joy to see again
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