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]
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normalized irregular

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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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* BRANIFF
NOW VIA
MIAMI
HOUSTON
AN INDEPENDEN^
.T NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people knot* the truth and the country U tafe" Abraham Lincoln.
rWEKTY-SEVENTH TEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1952
FIVE CENT*
Cries War
-. (NEA Telephoto)
WHERE THE PLANE HIT Airline officials and police search through the rubble of build-
ings in Elizabeth, N.J., where an American pi ane crashed in rain and fog. Twenty nine per-
sons were killed in the tragedy. At right is the Battin High School, which the aircraft
narrowly missed.
Guest At El Panama'
Disappears Mysteriously
Panama and Canal Zone police today were bunting
for a Hotel El Panama guest who disappeared mysteri-
ously sometime yesterday.
The guest. Oosta Vldegard, a 60-year-old Swedish
resident of Peru, left a note with his traveling com-
panion yesterday morning at the hotel anylng he was
"Just going out for a walk."
He hasn't been heard from since.
The companion, Ake Torquist, a shipping broker for
Univas, SA. in Callao, Peru, notified police today after
unsuccessfully trying to locate Vldegard. Torquist told
police he had called everyone and every place he could
think of.
H. P. Lilly, of the Norton-Lilly Co. here, a friend of
both Vldegard and Torquist, aiso said he had been try-
ing to locate the missing man.
Lilly and Torquist expressed some hope that Vlde-
gard "may have gone over to the other side to fish be-
cause he is very fond of fishing." but calls have failed
to locate him anywhere.
A check with COPA Airlines also showed no Vlde-
gard on their passenger lists to the David.
The missing man was described as probably wearing
light clothes and no coat.
According to Torquist he is a building engineer. He
was en route to Sweden.
UN Peace Chief
Reproves Red
Truce Delegate
PANMUNJOM. Jan. 26 (UP)_
United Nations tree negotia-
tor United States Rear Admiral
R. S. Llbby angrily told a Com- | mer President Arnulfo Arias,
munist truce delegate here today! They will be charged with aa-
he was "getting a little too big' sault and disrespect to the police.
RPPolice Jail 18
Arnulfo Supporters
Eighteen Panameistas were.] mpnstration on Central Ave. near
jailed this morning duilng a'the Banco Nacional this morn-
clash with the police on Avenue j lng. arrived at West 21st Street
"A," two blocks away from po- on their way to police headquart-
lice headquarter*. Iera,and were met by a squadron
of B*hceroao.
Pouee' CrfteT Bolivar" Vallarim,
stated that the Panameistas The policemen ordered the dem-
were arrested when they at- onstrators. which included wo-t
tempted to attack the police with men, to dispense, some turned
placards during a march On po-. and ran but others stood their
Looting, Burning
Out Of Control
. rSuKifS":.* (UP.)A "t mob was looting and burning
n Ci? today' demanding war with Britain *
St*.nS.a"Ch / .KhCphe!ld> Hotcl telephoned the United
i. Vi* the worW-f"l hotel was under attack.
BrillaPresiden?, *PnS.ble for the Uve. of American and
ReJfa T^Ji? SH? r.ePrted he could not cope with
fires in the center of the city.
The riots came in the wake of yesterday's bloodv firin at
rejecting a British ultimatum to surrender
.The,t5yptian. RJern,nent is expected to break off diplo-
matic relations with Britain tomorrow. P
Establishments reported ablaze' Officiate bIh tH-. ,. -_ <_
lsh turf dub. the British-owned, a mesure woufoMmpose a tor-
tbe
Fresh Clashes
In Mid-East
Alarming US
WASHINGTON. Jan. 27 (11)
American officials .are becom-
ing Increasingly alarmed over
anti-western violence in the
strategic Middle East and Rus-
sia's speed in turning those
events to propaganda advan-
tage. It was disclosed today.
They frankly conceded that
the Allied position has been
damaged seriously and more
Important there seems little
chance at the moment ot re-
pairing it and restoring west-
ern prestige.
Russia, which always has
cast a Jealous eye on the
die East, has been quick
capitalize on Allied troubles
French Morocco. Tun'.sla
the 8uez Canal where the An-
glo-Egyptian dispute is boiling
up into a little war.
The Soviet propagandists have ruk Airport, outside Cairo, took _
hammered on the theme that' ,f hls morning with great dlf- n^an^?, h.e,alrcraii carrler
the Al'ies are shedding Arab] "culty. Ocean would pick up reinforce-
blood to save their colonial em-1 ,A wd. consisting mainly of 5" aLSPnus;mbuAjal t*18
pires Thev have offered Una.' airport employes, tried to pre- a decision for the Middle
?tan .Id to am-of the. Mlft 2 tne f,rst tw having the East commander to make.
ES'65 8eek'ng t0U1 ln-"jheaycrowd threw stones as the ^d Terrorists'
aepenaence. thlr(1 t0Qk Qff i;iougn polcc ln.,ACU I CITUNS15
On another diolomatle trov* tcrvened as the fourth took off.
the United Slates and Btitalo _??ii=Jii iLL' ":';'wn-'J' c
were Involved in
Rreement over where
the headquarters of
:e and thc-Britlsh Over- Unltl^f^the1 t&?Et*M
London officials admitted it
renades Hrrt3
a new disa- marcJle o the of lice of Premier I C_- B-.'
at to locate' Nab" pasha demanding he de- IH baiQOn DOT
e! ctare war on Britain. *
They crasiied through a4Ute' SAIGON, Jan. 26 (UPVCom-
Itce headquarters to clamor for
the release of their leader, For-
for his britches.
Libby's heated denunciation of
North Tiirean MaJ. Gen. Lee
Sang Cho came during an angry
Vallarlno said.
The clash occurred when the
Panameistas, some 200 strong,
(NEA Telephoto)
ESCAPE FLAMING DEATH Shocked residents of Eliza-
beth, are comforted by a nurse (left) after they escaped
from the flames which enveloped several homes when the
Convair crashed.
Llbby told Lee: "The United
Nations Command is not here
for the purpose of satisfying
you. Let that be thoroughly
understood.
"There is apparently no limit
whatever to your greed and to
vour rapacity, and apparently
there la no limit to your utter dis-
regard for the rights of an la-
dividual anv Individua]."
Libby's outburst was provoked
by Lee's refusal to answer nta
questions as to whether the Reds
intend to furnish Information
Libby has asked on 50,000 missing
South Korean prisoners of war.
United States Sabres patrolling
Mlg Alley over northwest Korea
today sign ted no enemy planes.
(Ravlc conducted the Panama .."tAe* 8a^fer*ot'^nm H
National Symphony Orchestra JEl } the l,t week without"
cording to the orchestra's man- | Wednesday night, after someif m me post eK' wltnout
He said: "This shows the Mlgs
have not yet proved the will be
a serious threat to our opera-
Ravic Not Yet Under Contract
In 6A, But May Get Position
exchange In the Armistice sub- I who held a "release Arnulfo' de-
commlttee on prisoners of war.
BUENOS AIRES, Jan. 26 (UP)
Gregorio Ravlc is likely to
conduct the Buenos Aires Sym-
phony Orchestra this year, but
is not yet under contract, ac-
nos Aires Symphony, but no-
thing was finalized.
Young Navy Wife
Sent To Corgas
With Mild Polio
The young wife of a Naval of-
ficer of Coco Solo Is In Gorgs
Hospital with a mild case of po-
lio, hospital officials report. She
was admitted Thursday.
The 25-year-old American, who
arrived on the Isthmus several
months ago Is in "satisfactory"
condition, and it has definitely
been established that she has po-
lio. However, she has not been
confined to an iron lung.
ground and reportedly swung at
the police with the sticks on
which they had nailed their pla-
cards.
Those Jailed include Pablo Cas-
trejon, Jr.. and Julio Aldrete.
Many RP Cars
Off The Roads;
No Licenses
high-level clvfltan aaeocv ot the -. "*><* ""vugn a pouce oniuww, jan. ze (UP>com-
NOrth Atl.nHrTfiff- %*VJl >raon, Bd swarmed through munist terrorists threw three
Ham* the ministerial offices shouting: hand grenades today into bar
We want arms. War. War." In downtown Sai-ron srriouslv
Mete demonstrators outside wounding four people as the
the premier's office building i French authorities warned that
zation
This country wants the new
acency located In Parts to slm-
ollfy liaison with Gen. Dwighf
D. Eisenhower, Supreme Com-
mander of the western Europ-
ean defense forces. The British
want the headquarters in Lon-
don safe from possible capture.
The problem of setting up
decided on a sitdown strike un- i the Red rebels were planning to
til the announcement of the step up terrorism soon with new
Cabinet decision on action to type bombs.
be taken against Britain. Two of the men wounded were
Armed police and Army rein- French and two were Viet Nam-
forcements were being sent to ese.
vital centers of the city. Truck- One of the Red attackers was
the new agencv. which will re- J04"* oi afmed police are pick-arrested. The bombing came as
lng up groups of mobsters and the French warned the popula-
rushing them to police stations, tion of the clandestine rebellion
Demonstrators at the premier's in the factories that are mass-
office shouted demands for a producing bombs that resembta
declaration of war against Brit- champagne bottles, flashlights,'
aln and a treaty with Russia. > and cigaret packages.
Prominent among the march- An official spokesman said
lng lines of student demonstra- that the Reds are planning to
tors were student "liDeration peddle the bombs around schools,
battalions' carrying rifles. markets, and streetcars through-
Hashan el Doh, a medical stu- out Saigon,
dent and leader of the libera-' The bombs set off when a
or a
place the pact's present bulky
administrative machinery, will
be threshed out When reore-
sentatlves of the treaty nations
meet, at Lisbon. Portueal. The
meeting Is scheduled for Feb.
16.
Under the reorganization nlan
A number of vehicles operat-! aireed uPon by President Tru-
ing in Panama City were out of man ar"i British Prime Mln-
circulatlon today for falling to lster Winston Churchill at their
get 1952 license plates before the!recent meeting here, a "direct- tion battalions, told a cheering! flashlight is switched on
deadline yesterday. or general" will be appointed demonstration before the dem-! bottle opened
_ to head a new permanent staff. onstratlon started: The authorities appealed to all.
However, an estimate of the, that would replace several1 "" the government leaders do especially children, to call the
number of vehicles still unll-i boards and agencies. i not Joln in battle, we shall fight police as soon as they spot the
censed was not available from1 Officials make no secret of agal"s.i tne British. objects. Exploding bicycles have
Municipal authorities today. their concern over the Middle!, Ii Nanas care *> participate already killed and wounded
aging director today.
The managing director has self-stated" credentials.'
proposed to the Buenos Aires I
city governmenton which the| (Today he was In the newsltios'ovir NorthKorea*
ymphony depends for funds- again over a hired car which St ddng'th week th<
that Rawlc be hired, but no ac- he was alleged to have kept be-
tion has been taken yet.' yond the agreed time without
_ payment.)
The managing director spoke
East situation.
Up to yesterday the Municipal
Treasury Issued license plates to
13.864 vehicles, including 4.266
There have been no polio cases| private cars, 8.330 commercial
within the past few months, an vehicles and 1,268 vehicles owned HIGH
official of the hospital stated to-'by Canal Zone employes living 2;A3 m.
BALBOA TIDES
Saturday, Jo
26
LOW
9:11 .. r
9:42 p.
in the fight we shall regard him! scores of people In Saigon
as a Mossadegh." ; streets in the past two weeks
(Iranian premier Mohammed Meanwhile a communique an-
Mossadegh expelled the British nounced that the Franco-Vlet-
f rom Iran's oil Industry and clos- Nam unit threw two battalions
ed British consulates In Iran. against the rebels last night ln-
In London the British poll- flicting heavy losses In the Red
cy appeared to be to wait for | River delta, some 20 miles north-
i \ pt to make the next move, east of Hanoi.
highly of RavtcS technical qua-
lifications, though pointed out
that he has never yet conduct-
ed h) Argentina, except for lead-
ing the orchestra at one private
recording.
A man who knows Ravlc per-
sonally said he came here last
year. He then claimed to be
(Proprietor of the car -. hire
firm, Ramn Diaz, said today
that the $46.83 bill has been
taken care ot by conductor of
the Pantma National Symphony
Orchestra, Prof. Walter Myers.
No charge has been filed.
(Ravlc :,aid today he took thej
car to his hotel because when he
ed Nations lost three Thunder-
lets an.i one Shooting Star to
Red groi-nd fire, while a Super-
lort has been missing since It
reported engine trouble over the
sea while
from a raid
night.,
Ski-Jump Friends Worked As They Drove To CZ
By HINDI DIAMOND
to^anVthfv'Sf.i" IIP s,ha?ellve PPuIa"on in Central Amer-
roo, and they have been lucky, lea were all verv nleasant with
-ifL*11^ i.ew, ,1tat,0.n i7a8n S0,1 i0"""* the time they were one except on WhUe^etoming
S& .^^?^^^^J^a^S^.*.,}^^^ that t0 VeracrS from a swimmmTex*
rt.,rnlng to Jawn plat* stood Pa*ed to front of the they had eight flats in one day
or Korea Wedneidav' V*CA loolcln8 as much out of "We didn't think such a
' place as a fur coat would on a
lS!nVtl b-wit0 h,avelv'ent t0 *e,urn K there was no
SSm Km sSri ,i,e 8tUl a one at the ew-hlre firm. Ravic
child. He studied music In Eu- said he leit the <-ar keys and the
hire money with the hotel desk
clerk, who the car-hire repre-
sentative apparently failed to'
rope.
Ravlc tried last year to get
a job to conduct some Argentine
orchestras, including the Bue- 'ouestlo.i aftc finding the car).
He Hired Others To Kill His Wife
Because He loved Her Too Much'
.. EAIRFIELD Calif.rnla, Jan. 26 (UP).Police today
charged Ralph Feng a 23-ye.r-eld fruit grower, with
trying to hire two airmen to kill his pretty young wife
because "I leve her too much to shoot her myself?'
Fong said he needed her Slu.ttt insurance to pay off
ranch debts. But his wife Mabel. 21, refused to sign a
complaint against Fong because she sala they "never
quarreled."
Th sheriff said that Fong, who is of Chinese de-
scent was caught last night after he had given airmen
his own rifle outside his ranch house.
Fong told the sheriff that he had offered airmen
James Glesson and Angel Velande of the Travis Air
Force Base police sguadron Sl.%00 to shoot his wife while
she sat silhouetted in the window of the ranch house.
Old Ancon Theater
Building Offered
For Sale By P.C.
The Ancon Theater Building is
being offered for sale and demo-
lition together with Building 195
in New Cristobal, an old struc-
ture at the rear of Cristobal High
School which has been used by
the R. O. T. C.
Bids on the two buildings will
be.received in the office of the
Superintendent of Storehouses
until 9:30 am. Feb. 8.
Tbr buildings are to be re-
moved within 90 days of the date
of purchase. They will be sold
on an "as is-where is" basis.
The Ancon theater went out
of operation In May. Since that
time, all the Clubhouse offices
and concession shops that were
located In the theater building
have been moved to other loca-
tions.
hot tropical day. The California
plate intrigued me, so I deserted
my beat for a few minutes to in-
vestigate.
Inside the *Y" I found two
clean-cut young American boys.
Bill Wilson, 26 and Paul Fletch-
er, 25, who were doing what a lot
of us wished we had time and
thing possible. p,ui grinned,
but we had our emergency
kits handy and patched them
up ourselves."
. "'"- *n Industrial engineer
from Santa Barbara. Both Paul
and Bill sport crew haircuts and
look fresh out of college.
The travellers met while stu-
dying at the University of Call-
guts to dotravelling around the I fornta, were fraternity brothers,
worldthe long way. I and became close friends. "In
"It all began one morning while fact," Bill reminisced, "we suc-
the two of us were on a ski Jump ceeded each other as president
In California," Bill explained, of Sigma Phi.
(He's an electrical engineer from I What about parental objection
_ swimming
rurslon they decided to short cut1
through the market place. They
had barely arrived when they
felt guns jabbed in their backs,
and were hustled off to Jail by
police officers before they could
protest.
For six hours they waited In
the hoosegow, unaware what fate
they faced.
After much explanation in
poor Spanish, wKh appropriate
gestures, they found they had
committed a crime equivalent
to "Indecent exposure."
On top of their bathing trunks
they wore regular shirtswhich
not considered
Berkely.) "The idea suddenly hit to the Mp? None whatsoever, the proper thing to do, although both
1Sf,.ho2rTmd.er2,,twouJdb?0lS)Vftr1. nomads Mured me. men swore that earlier in the
ski in Switzerland some day be: | Both their families were enthusi- day they noticed women and
fore we're too old, and when I astic "especially since we're do-
mentloned it to Psulhe was all1 lng It on our dwn hook.
for It."
But they figured that in their
wanderings South America
should not be overlooked, so they
pooled resources, and outfitted
themselves with a tl Ford
"Country Squire" station wagon.! little
cod stock of canned goods, a I with
The enterprising engineers
spent three months working on
the Lempa Dam Project In El
Salvador where they "recouped
their funds." ^^
And in Mexico they operated a
tie travelling tourist agency
a good stock of canned goods, a I with their station wagon. It themselves to' Panam~*No w
little stove, maps and booklets worked something like this. First! they're awaiting transportation
that the various chambers of ] they found groups of tourists to Buenaventura
children swimming In the same
placewithout any clothes at all.
Along the way they were told
they could drive down from the
Costa Rlcan border, bnt when
they arrived at the spot all
they could see was "sticks and
stones but no road."
So they shipped their car and
The building has been > l.nH f=omm.erce 5a"r'Vc,supP"ed' ,and, around the university who werei They, put up at the "Y" early
ark in Ann S-T??.* "fT1 August, left San Francisco, anxious to see the sights. And for ""-
The main structure was but hi
"DID WE HAVE ANY WATER LEFT?" A vital item in
their equipment is checked by the two young travellers, Bill
Wilson deft i and Paul Fletcher right on their arrival here
after they parked In front of the YMCA to find lodging
for a few days.
era good part of It In two years., "The only trouble with thes
When they hit Colombia, they'll countries." Bill surmised.4 Is thej
head down the West Coast, over think all Americans are million,
-------- ----------------_ ~i to Buenos Aires and Rio. And tires "
themselves, and getting paid, Csllfornla. once their car Is sold, they'll tour
Pedro 9----------port not needing one extra drop for it if, truly a small world, and, Europe and Africa-working our
"*uei aoout. i08. of gas. I "Their counters with the na- the road roughers expect to cot-1 way of course "
Q
X, And
[ "It's
Paul added wistfully:
too bad we aren't"
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And
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Tail Gun"
By Victor Riesel
BROADWAY MIDNIGHT
Celebs About Town: Betty Mutton, beautified by '" ">-st
tolden of suntans. delighting the I.aKue crowd with her dance-
floor abandon.. Henry Hull, the star, inline; his mustache red-
dened in a 57th Street shop.. .Helen Hares, an authority on the
subject, leading the applaudience to salute the artinj of Kath
Cornell in "Constant Wife"...The Diet Powells (June Allyson)
decorating the I.e Kuban Bleu ringside.. Judy Holliday's hide-
away. La Boche (in Greenwich Village), where she un laxes in
dungarees, flat heels, no makeup and mink coat Merle Oberen
and Dr. R. Ross hastening at of the Laurent to make the plane
for St. America...Arthur Murray offering Judy Garland i.vnoo
for herself and another 15 Gi to the Actors' Fund for a 6-minute
TV job Feb. 3.
Sallies in Our Alley: Over at La Vie En Rose the subject was
Eisenhower and who his running mate wOUld be..."If he Rets
elected." someone observed, "he'll need a sood Vice-President"...
"Oh. I dunno," sarcasm'd another. "FDR did ell right with Tru-
man".. .Eleanor Flourney's capsule criticism of a Hollywood
colyumist: "I don't like her keyholier-than-thou attitude."..
Midtown Vignette: Reporters covering the Frank Costello trial
were punled by the identity of a tanned, wcll-frecked woman,
who remained through every session until the end.. This is why
she was in the courtroom.. .About 5 years ago Costello (who gets
them by the bushel) received m letter from a woman he didn't
know.. Her mother, she wrote, was dying of ?n incurable illness
they were penniless and would he send her SUM?...At recess
the other day she approached Costello and said: "I once got $50*
from you bv writing you a letter. I just want to tell you it paid
for an operation and my mother is still alive. 1 flew up from Flo-
rida to p> you back and pray that yon win this ease".. .Costello
will hate seeing this in print---- It will start an avalanche of
touches!
Novelette: Warners' signed Peter O.iiz. one of the most de-
corated soldiers of France.. .His heroics in the wat "ere so thrill-
in,; thev are also filming his life story...It \'il! be called "The
Fighting: Marine"...The title role will be played by Cornel Wilde
.. .Hero Ortiz has been assigned bit parti.
Broadwav Tabletalk: Terry Dugan, th* newest chorus beauty
at the Latin Q. has Wm. Hathaway, the Maine canning tycoon,
not looking-where-he's-golng-in -traffic.. .How tempus fugtts:
George Olson, Jr. son of the former band pilot And headllner Ethel
Shutla, has Joined the Air Force.. .Pamela Anderson, an editor
at Good Housekeeping, becomes Mrs. Robert Wolfe (he's the ad
agency ej:ec> scon.. .Truman Capote's new play, -tTtae Grass
Harp" (based on his book", will cost SiOO.OOn to stage-----Joyce
Stewart, once in the Copa chorus 'and in Mickey Mantle's heart).
married the Copa lounge Mgr yesterday.. .After a dozen years
backers of "Life With Father" received another olump dividend
biggei than their original Investment.. The other performance
"men Vivien Leigh couldn't go on as ClcopatruOliver made a
tender speechexplaining the understudy would play the role.
Nut pair01 e';ed tor refund. '
\'i<- Place to Visit Dept: J. Goldstone. Prudent of the Im-
uer T*r- "ly Syr''it. dons*ed a gown valued ?.t SlOd.flOO to the
Run in Fund...It .-.s 100.000 cultured pearl* He and his wife
came to New York the other day from his Chicago headquarters
to attend a swank affair at which this gown ef pearls was model'd
bv Gloria Swanson before newspaper people...The party was a
big successand Mr. G. was very happy .Because he had done
ano">-- good deed to help people in distress. .But his happiness
didi 'I Issl very long.. .In a cab with his brother on the way up-
tou ; iother cab crashed into theirs.. .They are at Lenox Hill
Hos v al with all sorts of concussions, pins broken legs.
I The Big Time: Frankie Lalne's best sonp. in a long spell
"Wc thy of You." Walter Gross composed. It's in. their Columbia
alrim...Bill Holderi's artistry in "Boots Mnlone"... Buddy De
Franco's disc of "Out of Nowhere." if you enloy clarinet solos...
RKO's tribute to refugees. "The Faithful City," and Universal^
"Ber-.d of the River," which Jimmy SteiWt considers his best.
As the boom for Bates Ke-
fauver goes up President Tru-
man is lowering one on Vice-
Presldent Alben Barkley to
make room for the man In the
conskin cap who put a crimp
in Boss Crump and turned the
terror on the nation's crime
combines for the llrst time In
their murderous history.
Word has gone out from the
White House to those hotel
rooms in which labor leaders are
meeting these weeks that Mr.
Truman will drop his vice-pre-
sident for a clean government
symbol, be he Kefauver or Ad-
lal Stevenson, governor of Illi-
nois.
The latter, despite his ire-
duent brush-offs of inquiries on
his presidential ambitions, has
been contacted by the White
House and told he. too. is one
of Mr. Truman's favorites for
a place on the national Demo-
cratic ticket.
Whether it's Kefauver or
Stevenson, Mr. Truman has
said he will appease the labor
people and others allergic to
mink by running with a man
absolutely acceptable to them
_ Instead of Barkley.
The same message re-
vealed that the vice-presi-
dent was told about a year
ago to end his public baby
kissina and ubiquitous ap-
pearances with attractive
women on his arms, despite
the fact that the equally
attractive Mrs, Barkley wan
always present.' When Bark-
ley continued his cracker-
barrel and -cheesecake" pub-
licity, the Administration
practically told him he ws
'through. The moment ft!
history was too serious for
such cavorting.
It was then that the veepee
_ on his own arranged for
a trip to Korea to give hlmseii
an aura of interest in interna-
tional affairs. u-nA
Because Mr. Truman Ignored
that junket, the veepee s pub-
licity plans fel! Hatter than an
old dime and now the two
ire in a bitter battle.
However. Barklev's fight has
not slopped Mr. Truman from
[encouraging others to launcn
I campaigns lor the__ presidency
In
Seconds Out
By BOB RUARK

NEW YORK.There is something electric In Using knees, elbows and feet, Mr, Truman took
Mus Marina Rouniree's 'IV needle session, "Meet the issue to the people, over his own party's lack
tne Press," that Invariably rouses the beast In of confidence, and severly rumpled Gov. Dewey's
tne most seaale politico Fauntleroy suit In the final returns.
Ana so at least a small portion of the nation What the Republicans forgot then, and might
was delighted to see Boo Taft appear a touch forget again, Is that America is not entirely po-
Miappish in his appreciation uf the possible can- pulated by line ladies and elegant gentlemen
uiciacy of Ike Elsenhower. Senator 1 alt's back- who think clearly and calculate coldly,
ground has oeen largely unruffled, and Ike to There Is ammunition and to spare to heave at
uale has been a plaster image of probity and the Democrats, this trip, out so there was on the
aecorum. last one. Tom Dewey didn't fight and he didn't
It wasn't much, and wasn't snldc, but Taft was spellbind and he didn't promise. Harry perform-
the hooe that the publicity,pretty sharp aoout the Fisenho-ver torces' "cry- ed all three earthly chores and scooped up the
*- ^ ._.- lh.m ino tfi hiiih IiactaiV Ken....* .\i W* O am.. A.' _- rn.rl.la.
I Times Sq. Ticker: In "Main St. to Singapore," Capt. R. Gren-
feli of the Royal Navy says: "No reasonably informed person can
now he'ere that Japan made a villainous unexpected attack on
the-L' S." (tnowlookalierel Horn-blowint by motorists up to 3
a. ir. on Park Avenue in the latter 5#'s is driving residents whacky
.. BS' campaign to make everyone there sign loyalty oaths
fizcled. About 35 percent refused. Unions backed them up...
Nersreel audiences are like this: Costello gets wild applause and
Kefauver gets hissed. Is a puz/lement "The Magic Garden"
'dim soon at the 60th St. Trans-Lux) comes highly touted. It won
F.rifr burgh film festival acclaim Marn Brando apparently, is
helping to press-agent his next movie. "Viva Zapita." Turned up
at fie Blue Angel squiring aMexlean gel...Newscaxter Ken Bang-
hart dropped 32.006 Investing in "Fancy Meeting Tou Again,'*
which la ted eight perfs.
' .Memos of a Midnighter: Count Jose Dorel's and Powers model
Peggy Dean were secretly married on the coast. This means his
ex-wife, rich Dolly O'Brien, will have to d'op the title of Countess
..Jo-n Davis ha. OK'd the betrothal of her lS-year-oid dghtr
Beverlv Wills, but not the marriageuntil ne graduates.. .J.
Durante the millionaire, has flnallv Invested in a show. It's the
soon due musical. "Curtain Going Up" Rodger and Hammer-
stein are toying with the idea of charging ?20 per ticket (for
down-front rewsi to Mary Martin's next musical.. Thelma Rlt-
ter who got her usual raves In "The Model and the Marriage
Br.'cer." contI--r< to take her success calmly Still lives with the
family in a small Qr.eensborough apt.Th^ reconciliation at-
te>; ota by Iriends of the Prince Alex Obolensky? were In vain...
Mi ml Beach comic Tommy Raft resumed at ,vie Patter Club two
nights after a bar brawl which put 66 stitcher in his face.
fig IS YOU fOUUM THI MADIM OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
fhk Mjil > n o pao toraa toi iMara of Th tnam Amtr-
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II yoo coarributa tatter doa't be rasponeo! it it doota't appear the
oar day. Utters r* publishad la rbo atoar recorves'.
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intity at letter writers is beM la ttrMtett coafiaooai.
Tbft HMtetir atsuaiM rto raaoonirbiHty tor oratemaati or piaioaa
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KUDOS TO CTV1C COUNCILS
Pditor, The Mail Box,
Panama American,
Panama. R. P.
Dear Sir:
With reference to recent publications In your Mall Box
column In connection with the election of Civic Council Officers,
and with the view of creating more interest In community af-
fairs, it will be appreciated if you will publish the following:
On behalf of the Canal Zone Retired Employes Association
and Chapter 24 of the National Association of Retired Civil Em-
p'j>es. I wish to express our sincere appreciation for the efforts
o* the Presidents of the various Civic Councils In the recent re-
versal of the order disallowing retired employes from assign-
ment to quarters In the Canal Zone. Our gratitude Is par-
ticularly expressed to the President'of the Civic Council at the
tinw at Gamboa for presenting our request for a reversal of the
order to the Governor at their round table conference and it
Is believed the efforts and Influence displayed was at least a
contributing factor in the rescinding of the original order.
It Is to the Interest of everyone to support community acti-
vities, and it is very obvious that favorable accomplishments
are more likely to be had by unltv of action. We now have
quite a colony of retired employes living in Gamboa, and It Is
untested we at least display our appreciation of what has been
done for us by giving our support to the good and welfare of
the community, and especially the Civic Council.
Capt. J. M. Davis,
Actg. President.
sstion with Kefauver, Mr Tru-
man said: Go ahead with your
plans. -
This the Tennesseean took
took seriously. There's just
no doubt about it. In the
oast few weeks,, the man
who beat the touah Crump
machine by shaking 25.000
hands, and welding a poli-
tical machine together out
of volunteer union leaders,
women's club speakers and
endless personal appear-
ances has asked two of the
nation's most influential
men to handle his camp-
aign.
To both of these he said he
believed he could take the pre-
s'dentlal nomination and
was convinced that Mr. T just
wasn't running again. One of
these men turned him down to
fun for public office himself.
The other. Gael Sullivan
former national Democratic
Committee secretary, at this
writing, Is considering taking
the job.
During a conference with the
CIO's political director, Jackt
Kroll, up In Kefauver's Sena-i
torlal office on the Hill a few
days ago, the Senator expres-
esd the same sentiments and
asked for CIO support.
Kroll said that CIO Tennes-
seean would be told they could
vote lor Mr. K as their fav-
orite son if they so wished.
However, there just is no
doubt inside labor that
President Truman will stand
for re-election. They attri-
bute stories to the contrary
to Mr. Truman's doing
what comes naturally in a
political campaign year.
There's no reason to tip his
hand. He has the party ma-
chinery. There's t e r rific
pressure on him to run
pressure from the thou-
sands whose jobs and ca-
reers depend on him.
The labor people also know
that White House officials, be-
ing human, pass on such stor-
ies as Mr. Truman's weariness,
his constant musing on "How
much longer do I have to go
yet," his eagerness to get things
done swiftly and out of the
way all marking a great
impatience
Jack Kroll is convinced Mr.
Truman will run; so that re-
flects CIO sentiment. As for
the AFL leaders now working
out their own national strategy,
there appears to be no diver-
gence there. When top AFL
leaders, speaking for the Repub-
lican and Democratic factions
inside the AFL. were called
together In Washington for a
high policy talk, just previous
to leaving for their mid-winter
parley at Miami Beach's Hotel
Robert Rlchter. they spoke In
terms of Harry Truman and
8en. Taft or Oen. Elsenhower,
with Gov. Warren as a possible
dark horse rearing over a dead-
l*ked O.OP. convention.
The laborite Republicans were
not certain of their candidate
but the Democratic union chief*
knew it would be Truman.
vtn at least assure one of themiing to hign heaven" becuJse-of the senator's re- marbles.
'.'" n(i niace on the ticket. In|cent announcement that he r:;.cl the Republican We must still remember tha. the American vot-
?h.President's private conver- nomination cinched. Ing public chews gum and chaws tobacker. It
... -^.... Brother Taft remarked wryly that he himself loves a cat fight and, it loves a dogfight and It
had been-subject to a whispering charge 4hat he loves a fist fight,
couldn't beat a Democrfei for the top jap tnis fall. It drinks beer and watches soap operas and
Me, I like to see the oovs testy, and growling a leers at Dagmar and bets on boss races and
little bit among themselves. I hope they yll and shoots crap and has dirty fingernails and drinks
whoop and heave a spittoon or two before the licker and cusses and wafhes rasslln' on the TV.
electioneering's done. It goes to church and pays taxes and sends its
And I hope Gen. Elsenhower shucks his mill- children to school, too, but it has a woefully short
tary armor pretty soon so he can holder a little, memory for facts and a long leash on emotion.
The chief flaw in the Elsenhower prospect is It cries easy and believes what it hears from
a record of polite aloofness fro-n the squalls of the last man to say it. It sometimes buy loudness
politicking. We only just found out the other day of voice over logic, and It admires the Juke box
that he was a Republican. Some of us would like more than the philharmonic,
to see how he shapes when he gets mad and The Republican party id recent years has seem-
speaks his mind. ed awfully aloof and primly starched, in its neat
The Republican party, since the first election blue roundabout and sincere shoes,
of Franklin D. Roosevelt, has either cowered It has reminded me more of the nasty medicine
In dark defeatism or refused to lower itself to that is good for you then the gaudy soda foun-
common combat. tain concotlon that renders up the bellyache. It
No more perfect gentleman, for the record, ever can stand some humanizing, and there Is no
existed than Thomas E. Dewey, and precious lit- greater humanizer than a lively squabble,
tie It bought him or the party The Presidency Is a big job. always, and could
likely be perched on its most important year of
Dewey sailed smugly into the last affray, his decision in 1952.
hair slicked down and his Buster Brown collar I would admire to see the beys on both sides
speckless. He did not deign to flop down and of the fence kick and claw some for the nomlna-
rassle in the dirt with Harrv because everybody tlon.
said that Harry was a si iff and Dewey. as the And If a purse-lipped. *ine-hslred dude should
unanimous peepul's choice en the Republican suggest that a mite of brawling is undignified
side, was a cinch to belt Truman out of the ring and unworthy of the candidate's, just remember
who got in the last time, and how he got there
In the first heat.
Concerning Human Sacrifice
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON.The Korean war, which most more serious than the better-publicized problem
Americans have comfortably lorgotten, can quite of the airfields.
easily explode into sharp, renewed fighting be- No matter what safeguards are provided, the
fore very long. Communists can almost certainly manage to re-
That is the meaning, hard, Immediate and un- pair the airfields in North Korea, if they desire
pleasant, of the Increasingly bitter exchanges on to do so.
the prisoner issue between the truce negotiators The real protection again, t 'enewed aggres-
at Panmunjom. sion alter a truce has oen signed is the readl-
The issue Itself is simple enough. The United ness of this country and Its allies to treat re-
Nations forces have taken approximately 160,000 newed aggression as an *ct >' war. as Indicated
prisoners. In Winston Churchill's speech to the Congress.
Of these, great numbers are South Koreans, And if the prisoner Issue cin be satisfactorily
conscripted and thrust into the line by the Com- settled, a compromise of the airfield question
munists in the first phase of the war. oueht not to be too hard to find.
Other large numbers are former Chinese Na- The trouble Is that as of todav, the prisoner
tlonallst soldiers Impressed to serve in the Chi- Issue does not look like being satisfactorily set-
nese Communist armies. Literally scores of thou- tied.
sands of these unfortunates do not wish to re- But this means, in turn, that the Interminable
turn to their Communist masters. truce negotiations are in considerable danger of
After the most prolonged and even agonized breaking down for good and all And if this hap-
consideratlon, the American policy makers de- pens, full-scale fighting in Korea will just as
elded some time ago that thoy could not repeat inevitably begin again.
the horror at the end o! World War II, when What to do in this evr-r.t is the second problem
Russians captured by the Germsns were forcibly which the American po'ley makers have been
returned to the Soviet linion. weighing.
Such scenes as that ut the Alpine railway Are we to continue wUh the limited war in
bridge leading into Austria, when nearly a thou- Korea, as before? Or are we to go all out this
sand of these involuntary repatriates flung them- time, fighting to win a flec's.vc victory, and by
selves from the windows of ihe'r train into the so doing becoming Involved In a head-on clash
gorge beneath, seemed too terrible to be renewed, with Communist China, and taking the risk of
war with Russia?
Hence the UN. negotiators nave Insisted on The alternatives are unattractive, to put it very
prisoner exchange on a voluntary basis. Any mildly.
other course. It is considered, would be tanta- On balance, the trend seemt lo be towards the
mqunt to offering human sacrifice. second alternative. If oniy because the policy
For the Communist i.ader;.. however, defec- makers are unhappily conscious that the Amerl-
tion Is the most unthinkable of all the crimes can people will Insist on fighting to win If they
that their slave-peoples ran commit. It moves are required to fight at a'l.
them almost to hysteria. It Is virtually certain tnat China will be sub-
For example, when Okxana Kasenklna leaped Jected to a strict naval blockade if the truce Ulks
from the Russian Consulate In New York, no less end and fighting In Korea begins again.
a person than Molotov himself called in the And it Is also highly probable that other, even
then-American Ambassador to Moscow. Oen. stronger measures, such a* air attacks on Chinese
Walter Bedell Smith, and gave vent to one of the cities and communications Unes, will also be
most violent tirades in the troubled history of taken.
Soviet-American relations With equal violence. The state Department still opposes bombing
the Communist negotiators at Panmunjom have China's cities, on the ground that It will gain no
insisted on return of all prisoners in UU. hands, victory, and solidify Chlr.a and the rest of Asia
by force if need be. against us. But the Pentagon takes the opposite
Hence what looks like a hard decision by the view, and the Pentagon's arguments, plus the
Communist leaders is diametrically opposed to force of public opinion, seem likely to overcome
the hard decision of the American policy mak- the State Department's opposition In the end.
ers, who are supported Dy our allies. It Is nightmarish that this turn of events
This conflict ever the prisoner issue Is in fact should even be a remote posslbllltf.
^ow W4SHWT0H
MERRY-GO-ROUND
._________jrOIIW PEARSON
I
Drew Pearson says: Tax delinquents protected by secrecy
law; Outcome of New Orleans gangsters' tax liens
may never be told; Congress should pass law permit-
ting public inspection of tax returns.
WASHINGTON. Down in New Orleans two big shots of the
nfn?r.WT0rr htveDbeen ln troub'e but, under the present rules
of the Internal Revenue Bureau, not one word can be said about
,i TI?e wo men ire, Carlos Marcello and Sllvestro Carollo the
first haying served time in Allanto for selling marrana the
second a leader of the Mafia, having been ordered deported
Nevertheless, both are protected by officlcl secrecy as far as
their tax delinquency is concerned.
. What the Internal Revenue Bureau states is that If any de-
tails of tax delinquency or tax frauds are revealed to the Dress
or public, that official would be subject, to Jio.000 fine and a,
tsrm In Jail.
This strict secrecy Is one reason why tax Influence has been
so rife In Washington. It Is also one thing the King Committee
o?i tax frauds should study this week.
Here Is how the secrecy order works in tne case of the New
Orleans gangsters:
Carlos Marcello of Jefferson Parish, just outside New Orleans
wm rated by the Kefauver Committee as th- No l bad man oi
bile SiCk,
.. ?e 8,^8 ocate of dandy Phil Kaetel, the partner of Fran-
kle costello, got a year and a day for peddling marijuana, and
UMLJt t "en slapped on him and his brother Vincent for
$7d,o00.
ONLY WASHINGTON KNOWS
w *S" ,tai.llen *"* iUed bv tne Internal Revenue collector op
May 19, 1939, in order to protect the government in its collec-
tion of taxes; but there is no record as to how that lien was
settled.
The public has no way of knowing whether Marcello's taxes
were paid in full, compromised or dropped.
Local deputy collector John J. Sehrt, when queried by thi
New Orleans Item, said he did not know. The records, he said,
had b$en destroyed; besides, these cases are settled in Wash-
lngton.
Against the other New Orleans gangster. Sllvestro Carollo,
four tax liens were filed In 1945. totalling $62,024. All were mark-
ed discharged on March 28, 1940.
Carollo has a lot of political influence. Though he served
three stretches for bootlegging, narcotics, and attempted murder
he always got out, and. In the case of the murder rap, received a
full pardon from the governor of Louisiana.
Later, 19Se, when he went back to jail on a narcotics charge,
the Federal government decided he was an undesirable qltlzen
and ordered him to Italy, only to have Louisiana's back-slapping
Congressman Jimmy Morrison come to bis rescue with several
private bills to keep him in the U.S.A.
Despite Congressman Morrison. Carollo's record was too black,
and he was deported, April 30, 1947, only to be picked up on July
4. 1950, right back in New Orleans. He had been ordered back by
"Lucky" Luciano, the world's top narcotics smuggler.
In Carollo's case, local tax officials a'so did not know whe-
ther tax liens had been paid in full or "adjusted All such mat-
ters, It was explained, were handled In Washington,
Accordingly, this columnist called on Deputy Comlssloner ol
Internal Revenue Alvin Cross, In charge of accounts and collec-
tions.
Cross has been In Internal Revenue for some 20 years and
has a good record as a conscientious public porvant I explained
the situation of the two New Orleans gangsters and asked whether
their taxes had been paid In full or compromised.
"I do not know, and If I did know, I could not tell you," Cross
replied. "Under section 55 (e) it is a penitentiary offense for
anyone to give out Information regarding taxes."
"But these men have served in Atlanta and one has been
ordered deported," I remonstrated.
"It doesn't make any difference," replied Cross. "The law Is
clear against publishing tax returns or '.ax settlements."
"These are two men who have had a lot of political Influ-
ence," I continued. "How can the public &scerUln whether they
used their influence to adjust their taxes rather than pay up in
full?"
Cross repeated that under the law passed by Congress there
was just no way It could be done.
4
SECRETARY OF TREASURY RULES 1
"Who makes the final decision as to whether an unpaid tax
1? to be paid In full or compromised?" I asked.
"The Secretary of the Treasury," renlie-< Cross. "It cannot
be made by the local collector, nor is it made In this bureau. It
goes up to the Secretary of the Treasury himself."
I then approached Cross from another angle Pointing out
that the secrecy statute on tax returns was passed to protect
honest and prompt taxpayers. I suggesterl that the secrecy rule
should be different when a man became delinquent and It was
necessary to file a tax lien against him.
"When these two gangsters in New Orleans had Hens slapped
on them. It all became a matter of public record." I pointed out.
"Automatically the cloak of secrecy was removed.
"This publication of a tax lien," I argued, "is the penalty
suffered by those who get behind in their taxes.
"Now, once a taxpayer gets behind and is subjected to this
publicity, why should not the final compromise he makes with
the Secretary of the Treasury also be a matter of public record?
"Why should the Treaaury lean over backward to protect
the flaal adjustment of a delinquent taxpayer'
"How Is the public to know that some politician hasn't reach-
ed Into the Treasury and scaled down the final payments of
Carollo and Marcello?"
Gross reached Into his desk and pulled out a copy of a Trea-
sury Department order marked "Disclosure of Information"
"Under the law passed by Congress, we can't do It." he said,
and handed me a copy.
That's why Congress should do one of two things:
II Change the law so as to permit public inspection of tax
returns and tax adjustments;
2) Keep a vigilant committee similar to the King committee
constanly In session as a watchdog over tax-flnagling Inside the
Treasury.
Stockholders of
Cervecera Nacional S.A.
(NATIONAL BREWERY INC.)
We wish to remind you that the regular (ieneral
Assembly of Stockholders will be held in the main
office of the Company, North Avenue No. 77, Panam
City, on Monday, January 28th. 1952 at 7 p.m.
In accordance with the By-Laws of our Company
this meetinf can not be held unless, one-half plus
one of the total number of stockholders are present
or represented by proxy, and at least one-half of tht
capital stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend this
meeting SHOULD FORWARD THEIR PROXIES in due
time.
THE SECRETARY


I .'o>* i'A
SATURDAY, JANUARY 26, 1952
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE
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AMBASSADOR AND MRS. WILEY
HONOR VISITOR8 AT TEA
The Ambassador of the United States to Panama and
Mrs John Cooper Wiley were hosts, on Thursday evening at
f?1 o'clock at the Residence on La Cresta, at a tea given to
honor Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mason, of New York.
Mr Mason Is Vice-president of the corporation which
publishes the mag ailne "Vision." _____
Silver Breakfast To Be Held
On Valentine's Day
The Pedro Miguel Woman's
Mr. and Mrs. Mason Guests
At Hotel El Panama
Mr anrt Mrs. Grant Mason. oi. -----
New York who arrived by plane club plan to hold a Sliver Break-
Wednesday evening from Miami tut at 9:30 am m Valentine's
en route to South America, were,Day. Feb. 4. at the home of Mrs.
guests at the Hotel El Panama i Truman Hoenke.
during their brief visit In Pana-
ma. ^___
Mrs. Mason was the guest of
honor at a luncheon given
Mrs. Henry L. Landt were co-
hostesses on Wednesday to the
members of the Fort Amador Of-
ficers' Wives Club at a coffee
and business meeting held at the
Army-Navy Club. Mrs. F. A.
March presided at the coffee ser-
vice.
The business meeting Included
an election of officers and those
elected to serve for the present
year include Mrs. Frank A. Lin-
nell as President; Mrs. Paul L.
Peterson as Vice-president; Mrs.
Paul A. Zoyatzis as Secretary
and Mrs. Thomas A. Enloe as
Treasurer.
The retiring officers are Pres-
ident. Mrs. Alvin R. Hillebrand.
Vice-president. Mrs. Frank H.
Secretary, Mrs. William
Mr. Lowrie Visiting Here
From SUtes
Mr. Walter A. Lowrie who Is a atone. ,
...visitor to the Isthmus, arrived 8. McArtor; and Treasurer. Mrs.
Thursday at the Hotel El Pana- recently from the United States J. T. Mlal.
!* ta M,. Timothy Woodruff and Is the house guest of his son! _____
ma by Mrs. Timothy
prior to her departure for South
America on Friday morning.
Governor Newcomer To
Leave For Washington
SSSS^SLSftSS.k! m mm states.
vl-it to Washington. D. C In Alabama
and doughter-ln'-law. Mr. and Bridge Tournament
Mrs. Allen Lowrie.-of Bella Vis-Monday Nipht
m I The regular Monday bridge
Mr. Allen Lowrie returned by tournament will be played Jan
plane Sunday from a several 28 at-7:00 p.m. in the Card
weeks business trip to Cuba and Boom of the Hotel Tivoll.
Interested bridge players are hi-(program In the scandal-plagued ing
Housecieaning Plan Clears
First Congressional Jump
WASHINGTON. Jan 28 (UP) "the unsoundness of the whole
President Truman's "house-1 reorganization setup."
cleaning" plan for the Internal "Legislation Is not the answer
Revenue Bureau passed Its first to corruption," Hoffman told
test In Congress yesterday when reporters,
the House Executive Expend- Many other congressmen are
tures Committee voted unanl- not satisfied with the Presi-
mous approval. dent's program but most ap-
The House Judiciary Commit- peared ready to approve It as
tee, however, failed to act on a "first step" toward stamping
a proposed Investigation of At-: out tax frauds,
torney General J. Howard Me- Speaker Sam Rayburn repeat-
Grath. After a two-hour wran- ed his prediction of a favorable
House vote.
Mr. Truman's plan calls
Civil Service status for all
for
In-
vited to attend and play in the
tournament.
gle, the Republican sponsored
resolution was carried over un-
til next Tuesday.
Committee indorsement of the I ternal Revenue employes except
projected Revenue Bureau re-1 the bureau chief. Duties of the
organization virtually assured | present 64 tax collectors would
favorable action by the full i be turned over to not more
House next week. But It may than 25 district commissioners.
run Into a snag in the Senate Either house can kill the re-
where It would deprive mem-! organization by vetoing It be-
bers of patronage plums. ; fore March 14.
Yesterday's vote came on a Rep. Kenneth E, Keating resolutlon of Rep. Clare E. Hoff- N. Y.> said he is confident the
man (R-Mlch.) calling for a Judiciary Committee ultimately
All j veto of Mr. Truman's clean-up will approve his resolution call-
for a full-scale lnvestlga-
,>Mtlantlc Society
Bo, 195, (*tu* JoLpkono (oUm 378
MISS GRIFFITH TO LEAD RAINBOW GIRLS
Miss Basel Griffith, of Balboa, was installed as Worthy
Advisor of the Cristobal Assembly No. 2, Order of the Rain-
bow for Girls, at a well-attended open Installation, at the
Cristobal Masonic Temple Thursday evening.
ATLANTIC 1
Miss Dorothy Rowley, the re-
trlng Worthy Advisor, served as
Installing officer with Lois
Scheidegg as Chaplain. Nellie
Holgerson as Marshal, Patricia
Rudge as Recorder, and Roberta
Williams as Treasurer. Mrs. H.
Mrs. Brener Honored With
Morninjt Coffee
Mrs. Neville Hart was hostess
for a morning coffee given
Thursday at her home at Fort
Gullck, to honor Mrs. Frances -
Mr. Donald E. Bruce, uncle of B"mef,,wnu,J"0?1"* t0 **}* paI
Miss Griffith, presented her a'cl,lc Side of the Isthmus in the
gavel from her parents, as her|ne*r future. .
father was unable to attend. Mr-. Joseph Oormley on be- i
j half of the members of the N. C.
Also installed were the mem-lO. Wives Club presented Mrs. i
bers of the Advisory Board. These ;Bremer their traditional gift to
Included Mrs. Humphrey as;a departing member of an em-
neviriptnn was the'iniest or-'Mother Advisor for another year, broidered linen table cloth.
Mrs. Marie Fraser, Chairman.! The other guests were: Mrs.
ganist.
The Lodge hall was beautifully
decorated for the occasion. The
Mrs. Fred A. Newhard.8ecretary,iRoseTruJillo. Mrs. Russell Mann,
Mr. and Mrs. Entmetl Argo, Mr. Mrs. John Cousins. Mrs. William"*
Mr. George Thomas Gambrlll. Reservations May Be Made
Mr .nrf Mrs O'le-by Entertain lili, of Bella VUta. left recently For Police Ball
W-h'coeS P.rtyby aboard the M. 8.
Mr.
Lexa Maersk
anH^vir'T "Thomas Edwin I for a vacation of several months
HI.U iwi ----I .--. u_ .,1)1 nanH at hie fnrmpr
ncTeshv were hbrts on Tuesday which he will spend at his former
CWesDy were '-___. _,>,_., i_ oirm noham Alahama
The Balho Branch of the Ca-
nal Zone Police Association will
hold Its annual police ball on
tax collecting agcncv.
Hoffman had made
only Introduced the
tlon of McGrath.
clear he President Truman has assign-1 colored
sol- "in ed the attorney general to ride
new Worthv Advisor's first name'and Mrs. Horace Bishop. Mr. and Bell. Mrs. Austin Tulip, Mrs. Roy ,
was ^MlM hrmnk carnations Mrs. Paul R. Furr.Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Ernest Beck. Mrs.' '
SSJffL ffitfiTatSl"L2i O, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Duane Mundkowski. Mrs. Elbert
Strom wMch WM bwped wtta|0 Wllloughby. Mrs. William A.iBresch. Mrs. Tolbert. Mrs. Dan-..
of the rtaons as matted withgg Myrtle Hughes. Miss MU-'Calvln Rice Mrs Hess. Mr*,-
an "H" in the colors appro- dred Neely, Mrs. Harold E..Jesse Friese, Mrs. J. L. Lastlng-
nrinte torti station- I Chambers, Mrs. Daniel A. Rudge. er. Mrs. Joseph Cote. Mrs. Ruin, ,
pnave j suiuun. |Mrj_ Arthur A Albright. Mrs. Mosman Mrs. Mike Klnnlck. Mrs.,-,
During the installation a bou- Leon J. Egolf. Mrs. William B. (Arthur Crandall Mrs. Harry CO/v,
quet of flowers was presentediwray. Mrs. Rodger W. Griffith.!pare and Mrs. B. J. Cralg. :.
Miss Rowley while Nellie Holger-1njrS- Donovan I. Geyer. Mrs. --------
son sang "Over the Rainbow.' A!Gilbert A. Joudrey, and Mrs. Birthdav Parties .. -
bouquet of gladioli and multi- Emest L. 81ocum. Claudia Knlnpert. voung.,
le^yoT^n"kt"anartv given I home in Birmingham. Alabama. Friday, March 14. at the Hotel; slst that the Hoi
nlng at a co-k^. "narw iti B El Panama. Tickets are avail-, on the Issue <-o ?
a Jjwy^ "ELffiES def Mrs Gre'e Returns To able from any Canal Zone police-. of the reorganlzi
ir borne at San F. ancisco ae, m. vw ttetums ^ ^ ^ ^^ stntlon |subJect to debate
Caleta. S ,d Q ,... reservations mv be made by wants a chance
herd on any government clean-
up measures the administration
decides to take. Most Republi-
evs
for
their
la Caleta.
Mrs. Donald C. Grefe left re- reservations mv be made
rr *nrf Mrs Vallarlno Icentlv bv plane to return to her calling Balboa 1277. .
F".PTtaln Friends With Dinner home in Buenos Aires. Argentina I
I. J. Vnllorlno.She spent a week on the Isthmus iKxecntive Board Meeting
ofTeuVviita entert-alned for a!s the house eucst of Mrs. Allen To Be Held Wrdnesday
rnnnof their friends at n fin-: Lowrie. of Bella Vista. The Executive tord
ner given on Thursday evening- Balboa Woman's Club will
at th?lr home.
Dr. and Mrs. Grint
\ Are Grandna rents
r., utnll Partv To Mr. and Mrs. Wllllim Henrv
H- or Mis Arev !Grant, Jr.. announce the arrival
m-s Julia Halloran Malone.of a son. Jerome Albert, on Sa-
dr 'nter of Commander and I turday, Jan. 10. In Arlington. Vlr-
u'mward Roosevelt Halloranaginia. _
n Fifteenth Naval Reservation.! Dr. and Mrs. William He-rv
hi Mhwo! dlnvltatlons to a cock-1 Grant, of Diablo Heights, pre the
trtl partv to be riven Saturday: rjaternal grandparenU of the
afternoon In honor of Miss M-jryibaby.
Alif* Arev sister of Mr. Wll-l --------
1 "rnG. Arev who Is Public Af-| Rainbow Glrh And Demolays
f the
meet
on Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. at
the Jewish Welfare Board Center
In Balboa.
Guardera Infantil
Committee To Meet
The Guardera Infantil (Day
Nurse.> Committee of the Inter-
Ame-i -n Women's Club will hold
a meeting on Monday at 4:30
o.m. at the Club Headquarters.
IAWC Hosoltality Committee
Meets Tuesday
The Hospitalitv Committee of
the Inter-American Women's
S&S?Ctr'at the VR 8Ut"i A jH? BBS? for the
Embassy. _____ Balboa Assembly Guild of Rnln-
rocktaU Party To Honor !bow Girls and Demolnys will be Club will hold a meeting on
m Arev held thi- evening at 7:30 n.m. Tueiday at 9:30 a.m. at Club
Mrs Julia Halloran Malone. New offlc-rs of Rainbow Girls Headquarters.
rinughter of Commander and, to be installed onthl* orraI"n FT~Seelev
^^ueoMutio^to^
PUSS in hoU?"MU mS'Fo?d as Ho^e: Joyce Col.i ge as daughter in Denver, Colorado, on
Xrev? sister of Mr, Wil- Faith: Jacoule Mj;Coy ;';":
Item O Arey who is PifbUr. Af- Tvlar-aret Teewlnklp a'i R-llg!on
i1.. #>.-. o*.hTTnted states: Vlvla Swift as Nt-re: Pat
agfittAUM United Statesisyivia S.in^^
EmDassy. Tucker as Fldelltv: Gay Fdwards
Miss Arev recently arrived hyaa Patriotism: Sallv Ackerman
Panania and will stient several |<.s Service; Judv C;ooks a Drill
weeto with her brother as his Leader; Barbara Shaw as Chan-
^fT-t lain; Jane Jennteon as Choir Dl-
K ,_____ I rector: Sara collinge as Mus'c-
Cer"oll Adam* ps con fid-
Jan. 22
The parents were both re-
sidents of the Zone until re-
cently. Mr. Seeley being the son
of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Seeley
of Gamboa and Mrs. Seeley be-
ing the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
C. W. KUbev of Diablo Heights.
Both are graduates of the Ca-
nal Zone Junior College.
Mr. and Mrs. Seeley are pre-
entsently residing at Denver. Colo-
Prrnvian Ambassador To Mexicojlart
* "* B?MlSBr3S Ort2X^^iWiW ^re Mrs Seeley
P -..aCnar0mbMs,sa0do}r"to M^lco.las Recorder: Market Neal as|^hird year student at Denver
w be the guest of honor at a Treasurer; and Choir MembersjPr.veraitv.__________________
fv^toTOW^ DRIVE-IN REALTOR BOWS
Sen Arta? Espinosa \t her home na Hart an, Joanna March
In La Loma.
Cocktail Party Honors
V-. and Mrs. Sinnoot
'*r. and Mrs. Hurry J
n'\ who plan to leave next
ir-nth to make their home in the
U->tted States were the guests
of honor at a cocktail party glvea
bv Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Sartin
who were also hosts to a groun
of friends of the departing
couple.
Mr. Slnnott has been transfer-
red to the Headquarters 8taf f of
the New York Office of All Amer-
ican Cables and Radio Inc.
Friends of Mrs. A. H. Ham-
mond, who has recently retired
and Is sailing on Friday to make
her home with her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
August Schwlndenman. are In-
vited to attend an "at home" to
be given Wednesday from six to
eieht o'clock in her honor by
Mr. and Mrs. George Cas sell at
their home on Morrison 8t. on
Diablo Heights.
T^e Installation Is open to the
nubile.
?irt A-nador Officer** Wives
Bin- Cl"H Elects New Officers
i'r-. Thomas A. Graham and
MT. VERNON. 111. (UP> Earl
D. Jamison has opened what he
believes to be the first "drive-in"
real estate and insurance office.
The one-story building has three
windows where business can be
transacted with motorists.
to "force hearings on the floor.
He voted against his own reso-
lution along with other commit-
tee members.
Hoffman said he also will In-
House Itself vote
reorganization will be he believes warrant an inves-
He said ue. tlgation of McGrath's handling
wants a chance to speak on of the Justice Department.
sident's choice.
Keating said he gave the com-
mittee eight or 10 cases .which
flowers was presented
Miss Griffith by her littb cousin
Refreshments were served
Gayle Bruce, at the conclusion tne banquet hall following the
daughter of Lieutenant and Mr*' T
In H. A. KnlDpert of Fort Davis, ce-
of a ceremony with her officers.
The other officers Installed
cans bitterly criticized the Pre- were: Worthy Associate Advisor,
tha Graham; Hope,Mildred Mar-
quard; Faith. Nancy Kariger:
meeting, and the officers open-
ed the gifts from their friends.
Honored guests who were seat-
lebrated her third birthday an-
niversary with a narty given at y
the Fort Davis Officers Club-. ,
A circus theme was used in'
Ards Wllloughby; Charity Mar- ed ln the g^t were: Mr Ernest the aopointment of the table and,
To You Who Have No Church Home
AND YET feel that these days call for a move-
ment which is emphasizing the basic values in life,
a movement which keeps up with the times and
which challenges each individual to create hie own
spiritual and ethical codeand to live by it.
WHY NOT VISIT THE UNITARIANS this Sunday
morning at 10:30 A Cheerful Welcome Awaits You
at the J.W.B. Armed Forcee Center, La Boca Road,
Balboa.
Church Membership in U.S.:
Protestant Total: 78% Unitarian: .1%.
But in the Hall of Fame 20 of the 72 distin-
guished Americans are Unitarians.
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THE NATIONAL CITY BANK OF NEW YORK
Head Office 55 Wall Street New York
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AS OF DECEMBER 31, 195:
INCLUDING DOMESTIC AND OVERSEAS BRANCHES

87 Branches in Greater New York
14#th Anniversary
18 1952
55 Branches Overseas
.
ASSETS
In U.S. Dollars
Cash, Gold and Due from Banks.......................................... $1,481,580,755
United SUtes Government Obligations .................................... 1,685,733,526
Obligations oi Other Federal Agencies..................................... 25.856,463
State and Municipal Securities............................................ 510,347.675
Other Securities .................;........................................ 106,839.994
Loans and Discounts.....................,................................ 2,088.757.343
Real Estate Loans and Securities.......................................... 28,102,101
Customers' Liability for Acceptances....................................... 29,919.003
Stock ln Federal Reserve Bank............................................ 9.000.000
Ownership of Internationa' Banking Corporation .......................... 7,000,000
Bank Premisf s..........................;................................. 29.162.719
Items in Transit with Branches........................................... 24,863,064
Other Assets ............................................................... 2,721,022
TOTAL: ..................................................__|M*M3.5
LIABILITIES
Deposits.............................;................................... $5,442,946,549
Liability on Acceptances and Bills......................... $ 44,567.139
Less: Own Acceptances ln Portfolio...................... 12,992,28) 31,574,858
Due to Foreign Central Banks............................................. 11,538,800
(In Foreign Currencies)
Reserve.' for:
Unearn-'d Discount and Other Unearned Income ........................ 19,178.611
Interest, Taxes Other Accrued Expenses, etc........................... 38.366.874
Dividend ....................................................... 312000
Capital ................................................. $144,000,000
(7.200.000 Share 120.00 Par) '
Surplus.................................................... 156,000,000
Undivided Provlts.........................................._____64,945,97$ .384.945.973
TOTAL: ................................................N.. $5.9M.863,M5
Fgaros or Overseas Branches are as of December $31 1961.
Affiliate oi The National City Bank of New York for separata
administration of trust function.
CITY BANK FARMERS TRUST COMPANY
Head Office: 22 William Street. New York
Capital Funds $31,999.29.
81ocum, Worthy Patron of Royal 1 the decorating of the birthday
. Palm Chapter, Chapter No 2 O. cake.
Chaplain. Mary B. Sherry: DrUl;E B Mls Du^an. Mrs. W. A. I
Leader. Kathryn Argo.: Record-,Hadariti. Worthy Matron of1 The young guests were: Susie
er, Nellie Holgerson: Treasurer. Royal Palm. Mrs. W. A. Bad-;Eyler. Debby Bowman. Steven
Louise Edmonson; Love Karen!ders and Mr Fred G willough-land Jimmv Bergh. Lorraine Far*'
Stroop: Religion Patricia Ho- uy worthy matron and patron of 1 rell .Jackie and Julie Pat Wise,
ward; Nature. Joan Holgerson;, qq^i chapter No. 2 O. E. 8. Lynn Storie Rickie Little. Tim-
Imortality. June Rowley: Fidel-Mr_ Curtis George. Master of:mv Quinn. Pamela. Broks. Debby
ity. Barbara Egolf; Patriotism., slbert Lodge. Keith Moumblow, i arid Lynn Roll. Leslie and Jania
Leueve Dough: Service, Arllne:Master councillor elect, of the I Ellis, Bobby Schultz, Denlca
Vandergrlft; Confidential Ob-i0r(jer oI the DeMolav. Mr Em-:George. Sammy and Patty Don-
server. Diane McLaren; Outer ,mett Argo. Rainbow Daddy. Mrs. nelly Conchetta Verga. Marsh
Observer. Carol George; Music- Humphrey, and Mrs. Rodger W. Kennedy Jeff Wiggs, Kate Pole,
an. Margaret Joudrey; Choir Di-1 Griffith. mother of the incoming j Rickie Greene, James Bergh,
rector, Donna Geyer; Members of worthy Advisor. I (Continued on ?age SIX)
the Choir: Roberta Williams,
Marie Fraser, Pamela Hawthorne,
Sylvia Mann, Maydelle Gardner.
Diane Scheidegg. Carlene Taber,
Carol Newhard. Marcy Rudge,
Alice Chambers and Joyce Cook-
son.
Mrs. Aurelia Hadarits, Chair-
man of the Rainbow Board for
the past year presented the girls
their color bars. The following
girls earned the Pot of Gold: Pa- I
tricia Howard. Joan Holgerson
and Henrietta Ferri.
Mrs. B. D. Humphrey. Mother"
Advisor, was the recipient of a
gift from the Chapter and a gift
from the Girls. Mrs. Leah K.
Dugan Supreme Inspector of the
Order of the Rainbow for Girls
on the Canal Zone, presented
Mrs. Humphrey the past mother
Advisor's Jewel.
Miss Griffith, as her first act
of office, olnned on Miss Rowley
her past Worthy Advisor's jeweL
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 2#, MM

reen O'Suilivan mother of seven.
In "Th- Children's Hour."

About ?o stake^TV claims: The
Ritz Brotaers. Judy Canova, Joan
Davis ana Bing Crosby.
HOLLYWOOD (NEA)Holly- list are "Rebecca" and "Duel In leal detail" and specifies length1.Jl'^Jf^T Ml\ ."bou, he
(wood on TV: Shadow or suo-the Sun.' and use at commercials. ....,,iJ? _?..*_-_.*' dishes
Promised anc hoped for: The
just like at the moviesafter
stance?
' Television networks advocating TV debut of
Uve entertainment are trembling with Maiie
over demands by video stars fa- Dagmai's first big competition.
vorlng ..lmec" shows over live UUc ,.,., ee, > i Npw .... rv .,
performances. Fred Allen's stinging wordage channels. hJn^n I?h0 '-SDOnsors? what
Friend Irma." New censorship worry: Sale of Z^l^^^^J0'*^
an. my friend 'Ecstacy.- the European made JK:- ," 3"*j2
fllw showing Hedy Lamarr In a c"'""*"* from the kltrhen.
nude bathing scene, to the home
TERRY
Signed. Sealed, And Betrayed
Reason for the veils of "We on the reason some TV shows are
flopping- "They were created by
the dolls signed
to long-term vk'eo contracts hear
y Parlor Gold Rush: Heading for the rustle of siark wings' Right
- the scrvn In your living room now Dinah ShoreSs assertion that
SF;. J,lmes Mason and Pamela she wants another heir for hub-
Kellino in a film series. Eve Ar- by George Montpomery has the
i "Cur Miss Brooks." Mau- money bovs trembling
with BUI BendLx in the role he
jreated for radio Thirteen Rlley
films, wiih Jackie Gleason. were
shown wo years ago but the
show went of the air when the
sponsor.: bank'oll faded.
"Lady of Burleyque "
"Arch (.-f Triumph." "Body and!
Soul.' '"Caught," and "Joan of
Arc." will also be seen.
INew Books
Financally embarrassed Wal-
ter Wagnrr hopes to reap $1.000,-
Davi j (J S' |/nick is asking 0*0 for the TV sale of "Joan."
$2.000.00) for the TV rights to 12;
of his old movies. Included in the The leak fro:n Washington is';
that th 3"CC will license a flock
of small .ommunlty TV stations1
i in February. But a long and bit-
ter fight is looming over big city
station ownership and thesooth-
-------- sayers Insist thct It may be five
. .___u Kl. _. r, iyears or more before the nation
A new book by Dana and Ginr hlts th, ,000 ,nark ,d u
g-erLamb, who came to Panama let, Tht.TP. ftniv iii ith
Si a canoe trip described in HiKrmiSbe onlv 108 at tne
earlier book, "Enchanted Vaga-r nl vmm: .
bonds.'was placed in circulation Television's censorshln ende
"rn^tnhae,PiaiShtr9Wrevek bV "" *n->Sve March1 ehmZtes low"
The^w' S^Que* for J"*""- ds' ".to-
Lost City." which tells of an ,ex-1
citing adventure into the forbld-|
den land of the Mayas In Mexico
In pursuit of a mystery that has
long baffled explorers and scien-
'. tist;;.
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
I'ays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Accounts
INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
We make loans with guarantees on first mortages
or other securities.
CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
25c. 50c. $1.00 and $5.00
deposits are accepted thru a period
of 48 weeks.
want it on film,"
The millions tu be realized from network and advertising execu
as trfrJtusrin ^Ersszssst- cre",e- el*
movie theaters ..........**.....
Eddie Cantor makes no bones NBC bi :aks ground this month
about it. He told me: on the first unit of a $25,000,000
"If the 15 live shows I've done,video center in Hollywood. Two
had been filmed, they'd be worth TV studios will be constructed
ai.000.00>' to .nf. They could be Immediately... When Alice Faye
shown unce year for the next and Phil Hauls transfer to the
10 years, All my shows will be on screen medium, they will drop
film by 1*53 the family comedy pattern. No
final format has been set.. .Basil
Louj Beavers, the new "Beu- Rathbonu will Mar in a filmed
lah," will be unveiled on the TV seri'.j based on Sherlock
home screens in April. Holmes. He starred in the same
The roU' of the kitchen comedy role on the screen and on radio
queen :eh to Louise, best remem- .. .Twenty-six half-hour jungle
bered tor her mcvle performance advemuie films, starring Clyde
In "Imitation of Life." when Beatty. aie befo e the cameras at
Waters ecideci that the part a lion fa;m near Los Angeles,
wasn't to her ;iklng and Hattle
Mc Daniel was stricken after Alan Hale Jr.s TV films. "Boy
completing six -plsodes in the Rangers." have beer, retitled.
film serios ,"Boy Counsellor The Boy Scouts
[of Amerita objected to the form-
Said L'iulse as the cameras er title,
topped turning: ; Top movies beaded for home
"I'm nut trying to copy any of screens: Hedy Lamarr in "Dis-
the.otlii*r Bculahs Imitations!honored Lady" and The Strange
don't Uve i had to create a char-j Woman.'
acter of my own so that com-j "Lured." starring Llzabeth
jiii'i.-ui;.'- von1 :ie made." .Scott; Ar.ne Baxter and Ralph
Plans, are cocking to televise Bellamy In "Guest In The
Life o tflley" again, this time I House": Barbera Stanwyck In
%ZZ?Y *** POCTO*! CHBCft* FOf. TH'. _
Bi/rews*, tw baks*. tki c*yPLnac ma*\
ANO YOUK PBfcSONALLy SI&N6P gCrr St J
,C5HIP*1SWrOF SLOOP PLAiMA..
FRECKLES AND HIS FROsTCDS'
SETTING THE STAGE
BT MERRILL BLOSSRR
Between this <3oat
milk and the cams,
YOU'RE Sugg TO DREAM
n UP 7RAXGOAT/
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iFFICE IN PANAMA:
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CARLOS MOUYNES V.
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HOURS:
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SOMETIMES I VYEH...NOW ITS a"
WONDER WHY I \ FIFTY- FOOT
BOTHER RUNNING ) LONG MON-
FOR OFFICE,SOME/STER,' WHAT
OF THE SCREW-/klNDA STUFF
BALLS I HAFTA /DO THEY DRINK
BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES
WELL, SORT OP
The complete list of new books
i at the Library follows:
Individual Psychology The
! Language of Handwriting and
. How to Read It. Myer.
Social SciencesWhite Collar,
. Mills.
ScienceThe Atom at Work,
Fine ArtsHighlights of Arch-
, ltecture. Thurston.
i Travel, Biography and History
Quest for the Lost City, Lamb;
. The, Traveller's Tree. Leigh-Fer-
mor; Jefferson and the Rights of
! Man. Malone: and This Is Rus-;
sla, Stevens.
FictionThe Floating Dutch-
man, Bentley; The Shepherd's
Crook, Frlschauer; Ti-coyo and
His 8hark. Richer; Doctor of
Mercy, Seifert; The Eustace Dla-i
monds. Trollope.
Republic of PanamPeriodi-
cal ArticlesBeehive In thei
Tropics iLlfe. Jan. 7. 1952: v. 32,
Ne. 1; pp. 50-57>: PanamThe'
CdE>n Free Zone iln Foreign
Commerce Weekly, Mrquez.
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
Baptist
u B.pt.sl. Pray. Wealing *.
am. Uivw Service. 330 e.ro Oivia Ser-
vice 7:14 pm and Serving ol The Lord
upper it bntb Services Sundav School
3:811 0 m
toya BapUCL Le Hoc. C t. Ulvln
Services 11:00 am and J:SU Del Sarvui*
the Lord Suppci it both Services Sun
day School et vSO OJn
Nik Hop. Chiva-Chiva, ti.. Olvln
Services 11 Or am Sunday School at
1:00 o ro
*> a N. Brow. Mlalsisr
Ganiuoa. U Iff- Dlvin strvit. mi 11:80
a.ra. and 7 30 o.m wllb Sundav School
at 3:00 o ro
Bv. A Croo*. Mbiktar
H P Sunaa< school ai
10 A o. 11,
40 D m
COHH.I KArTIMl CHURCH
ulldlnc 311 Bruja Road
W V Pond Jr Pastor
una., acnooi ............. a.45 am
Preaching Sarvlct ........... 10.45 ara
Vralnlng Uniot............S.S0 p.m.
Preachlna Service ........ 7:30 p.m.
Brotherhood 7:00 (MB Monday
Vravar Meatln '" Wednesday
REOCMPTION H.riSi CHURCH
28. P Street
I Reato the National Institu i
Box 1442 Pinanii City
Rev. Joee Prado Cider Paator
SERVICES IN SPANISH
Sundav Service
funoav School......... 10:00 am.
reaching SerV.-< ...... 7:30 pm.
Wean i-v -i'Mi- Study 7-J0pro
Chytth.. er Ik. man, t.irhs a rke Canal Zens end the terminal
cities at Panama end Calan. R.euelic el Panama a.tea -elsem.
t aH time. I* men and wam.n .1 the erm.d arvicM. and te civilian
eie>fcn. lrind and strangers.
A* public seryic.. the The Panama American lists eele-v/, by
dtnominelieat, netices al kauts at warship and other rayular activities
Listints era related tram time t time. Denemmetient davina
only an er twe cenare(etians art liittd undei "OHMl Churches And
Service." A special listing hi included lar services at Army eH,
Air farce hetes and Naval statiani.
Miniaron, church secreter las id chaplain! at* ashed te inter m
IM new, desk hy Wednesday noen at the lateet et ay chanees for
rita earning Saturday's church gag.
Catholic
(Luted Oeiow ar the catnouc Chun net
II the Canal Zone and those in Use ter-
minal citlea of Panama and Colon wbuat
."ong-iegauons are primarily English-
ipoaainii Beside* these, the Cathedral ir
Panama City, the Cathedral of (he tm
nacuiate Conception in Colon, and oum
erou parish churches in Doth citlea. arel-
ome English speaking visitors, though
.hell congregation are o-imarll Span
ing i
*h-coeking
11.10. 11:55
& '<&m
IKI MAflihl lili Ml ei
alboa rleigni. C 2
Ancon Boulevard
rawet if Balboa Height*
Phone Balboa 1727
"Taw Ckurck away (res
lib aireare laai aa trleadlv"
aeD> Paatw
J0 am
10.44 am
8 .11 om
i'a
7:30 om
William 11
Sunday School .
Morning Worship ..........
{aolil Tralnin Union ...
yangeuaut service .....
Prayei Meeting Wednesday*
W.MS Bible Siudv
rhundaya ..........,........... a am
Men's Brotherhood
(last Hondav In mc-iiihi~ Mi om
ATLANTIC RArrttT CHURCB
Bolivar Avenue et lllb Street
Cristobal. C.Z
Rev Fred L Jone. Paatoi

Methodist
rUc, W.llltllHM UllKth
British CoQlwance
Minister Wliitam H. Armstrong
8:0u a.m. Morning Prayer and Sermon
1:00 pm. Sunday School
4.00 Men Meeting.
I:IS o.m Evening Prayei ano Sermon
iKI.MTi MtTHODiM'l CHURCH
7ih Street and Melende Avenue
rlev. Norman Pratt. Muiunei i. ,_
Colon. B.P
Rev. Norman Pratt. Mlmater
Sunday Service at 3-SC
p.m.: Sunday School for
Monday
Meeting
tRENRUfR Mari'HUUlB'l CHURCB
Slver City, C.Z
Sunday Service am and 4:14 p.m.
-Veer Invltallan Ta Warship'
Hlbl School .............. 144 am
Worahlp.................. ii:00 am
Training Union ............ 3:30 p.m
wonhip ................. 7-J0pm
Pravar Maating iThura .. 7 so om
itt. Mlntater Si 4
ffXcSS^i
l0 om Waakiy'HrRait"
BT. MART'S
gBBg
Sunday Maesas. 4 43 1:00. 10:30. 11:00.
12 00 aja
Benediction: 4 00 pa
Holy Day Maasaa: 5:14. 140.
Confeaalons. Saturday--3 3U. 1:00
T:00. 1:00 pin Thursday for
rriday-7.09, 1.00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena-Monday at
7:00 p.m
Roaary every evening al 7:00
BACRKU HEART
Ancon
Sunday Maasaa, 4:44. 7:30 :30 am
Holy Days: 5 55. 7.30 am
Confessions Saturday3.30. 1:00 pro
7:00. 1:00 p.m. Thursday (or first
rriday~7:5o. 1:00 pjn.
Sacred Haarl DevoUona Friday si 7:00
p.m
BT tCausBA-B
Coeoll
Sunday Maja:'3:30 a A
Holy Days: :00 am
CURUMOU CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Masa: 30 am
Holy bays: 5 45 a.m.
Confeaalona: 3:30. 5.00 pm. Saturdays
ajMUMKaON
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass. 3:30 aJB
Holy Days: 3:30 am.
Confeaalons: Saturday-7:14, 7:43 p.m
Sosary Monday. Wedneadav and Satur-
Episcopal
AN CUV X.J.
nt CATHEDRAL Of stl S.UKB
roe Rt. Rev. B. HoOer Goodan. Blahor.
i he Very Rev Raymond T terrla Dear
?:30 am Holy Communion
J:30 a m Cathedral School
10:45 Morning Prayer and sermon
i first Sunday of the month Holy Com
nunion and Sermon.)
7:30 Dm Evening Prayer and Sermon
CRISTOBAL P
CHURCH OP OL'B SAVIOUB
fed) Si nee i O, Navy
Rev Milton A Cookaon. Pasioi
Holy Communion 7:33 a.m
Church School 3:30 a.m
Morning Prayer Barmen w.eu am
iH.C. first Sunday In the month .
ff Youn People's A'aapat Bervlee 4J<
irsl rn.
day at 7:00" a m
china ~
Claaaea Sunday -10 JO. 11 J
Cateen
BJH
ST.
Paraiaa
Sunday Mass. 1:00 am
Holy Daya: 3:43 a.m.
Confeaalona: Saturday-3:30. 4.00 am
Roaary: Tuesday7:00 p.m
Catechism Claaa Sundav-1030 II-JO
am
. VINCENT a
Panami
Sunday Maaaea: -.0U. 3:30
Holy bays: 00. 3:30 a.m.
Confessions Saturday-3 00 3:0. 7:30,
1:00 p.m.
Before Holy Days: 1:03. 3:00
Ruaau every yening: 7:03 pan
BT JOT BAM 1ST DL LA SALLE
Rio Abed*
Sunday Maaaea: 3:30. 3:30 am
WMnaaday. Holy Communion >:30 a.m
Choir Rehearsal 7:33 am
* House of Prayer far ail oeorne
COCOU
Ihurch ai Bl Aadre*
i'he Rev. David R Read
Holy Communion J Jo a.m
Sunday School 3:30 am
Public Worship 10:44 a.m
(H.C first Sunday In the month i
Young People's rellowahip 4:30
Choir rabaaraii Wdnaday evenjnar
it JO p.m
Women's Auxiliary and and 4tb rbur
Other Churches
And Services
AHA I CRNTRM
Apartment 1 Lu Building. 3th Street
Panama Mondar: Lecture and Ota-
.usalmi." 3:00 D.m
Ckafin ol Jaaaa Christ el Laltea Oa>
Bainis (Merasoai Balboa CE
Sunday School *:30 a.m
Service 10 JO a.m
At JWB Armed force Service Centai
.m L Boca Road
Evening Service t t p.m at a place
at meetln announced ai
FRUIT EXPRESS LINE
Accepting Passengers For
LONDON DIRECT (13 days)
By m/t "P4CIFIC EXPRESS"
naa-. a K'-'*
morning ar.
CHURCH Of C'HRISI
U341 Balboa Read. Balboa
Harland Dil beck, Evanael is i
SUNDAY 8ERVTCEB
Hi ble Clase let an agoa ___ tajo a m
Preaching and Communion .. 10:44 am
Preachi ng and Communion ,, iRsa
MIDWEER SERVICES
dlbie Study ...... Wednesday 7:u pm
Ladies Bible Clacd Thursday I -44 m
SAILING ON OR ABOUT JANUARY 30th.
All rooms with private bath.
FOR PASSAGE
Apply
C. FERNIE & CO.
1952

UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
ftfe.
New Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristbal
Cristbal. C.Z.
3-1772
Balboa. C.Z.
2-1(57
CHURCH Of I'HRIST-Old Crasieeai
SUNDAYS
tVe men ui the American Legion rial
n Irani of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:43 am
Visitor- welcome
i-adlra Bible Study at Uatun.
Phone Gatur 413 w ft Guile 30
CURUNUt PROTkailAM
CONMUNtiy CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blali
Suadey School ...............
Moni in Worship ..
Voung Pi
pm
lays ai 7:30 p.ns.
Bo
loust at Prever and fellowahip lac ail
oeoDle
COROEAI
Ueed Shepherd
Th Van A f Nightengale
3:00 a.m. Every Friday. Horning Pray-
er.
IH.C tat rnday.i
3 00 p m
00 o m
I JO pm
so pjn
. Holy Day aaaea 1:43 ai
Kjl* Ceatacalons: 10. 4:-
Seventh
Adventist
Oay
Sunday II 00 an, ftrat Third Wd-
aaVENTH-DAY-
Weeklv Service -n all Ckurekes.
as follows:
Saturday Sabbath Schoo. J:30 a.m.
Divine Wonhlp 1100 am. Youths Meet-
ing 4:30 u i.
SundayBl
netday Hible Sturh and Prayer Ser-
7:30 p.m.
SundayBible Lecture 7:30 p.m. Wed.
tCecelona: Saturday-**. 4:30 pea
frldav after Ulraculou Medal No-
vena
Hlraculoup ktedal Nevana-rnday 7:00
p m.
try: Monday aad Wednesday7*0
BJB
Sunday Macs: 7:00 am Holy Oay Masa
4 f-M
|Sacred Heart Devotions: frlaay T0
Confeaalona: Saturday3:3a 140. 730
840 p:m.
Roaary evry vening except Tuesday at
7 00 am
COCO SLITO PLATSRED
Paator. Rev Wm J finn CM
Sunday Mac* .............. <:4am
Holy Day Mass ............ 3:00 s m
Sunday School ............ B:0 a.m
Service Thuraday olatiui .. 7-43 em
Confesin befnr afaaa
CHURCB Or rHB HOI f *MILI
Margarlu C Z. '
Rev William J firm. CM
Max .................:1
vice
Pacific lie Panam 4t Balboa
English 'hurche* R T Rankln, Dis-
trict Pastor
Churches Cabo ve>de. Ave. J. r. do
la Oes; Jamaica Society Hall: Chorrillo:
Bio Abajo: t-iieblo Nuevo: Balboa Chapel
0344 avilan Rd Balboa (Saturday
Meetings only*
Panama Spanish Church -JR. Caa-
Ufln. Pastor: Calle Darien.
Gamboa m, frt A A. Griazle.
Paator.
AUancl. Side
English Church S f Clarke. Dic-
e-let Pastor
Churcrms Coln English. Third Street:
Cristobal English 181b St. A Bolivar
Ave.; Cristbal Spanish 18th St. A Bo-
livar Ave
Union Churches
Where all Prelestaal coueerale lib
.." aaaeatlaai, liberty In aen-
aaaaatlao> ad charltv In all ihlag
rHA ATLANTIC SID
'bone** 1*S""D H""am p*"e"
i'ii5 JTor,hl '*""** and Cbureb-Ume
800 Youn r-eooie* Meettng
autwy '
Phooen^*1""" U r,,Um P*M0
'"AJ** *'>'" dn HOR MP3K
ene rturs
3:43 Sunday School
11 :e Worship Service
5:00 Cortstlan Endeavor
Msrganla /
The Rev nenr> tsell Paator
Phon. 3-1438
3 30 Bible Scbooi
10:4 Worship trvice ana Church-time
nursary
30 Youth fellowship
THE PACIFIC SID
Balbee
The Rev. Alex jmi H Shaw Pastor
Balboa Rd, at Sai Hablo St
Phone Z-1488Chuu-h Office i-3238
8:30 Church 6cn..o. free bus "ervice
1030 Worahlp l*rvlce. Junior Church
Primar Story 4imi Church-time Nur
S:00 Chi Rho-seriioi Hi fellowslUp
0:08 Post HI ff-l'owshl
Gambas
All service at the Uamooa Union
Church, corner of Jalllard Highway
Gray. Huuater.
and Slbert Avenue
The ley Rayrri'md a
Phone 8-130
3 30 Sunday !
N:30 Momlr.g
Padre Mixel
lev Raymond
toral Supply.
8:30 Sunday Scbooi
7 30 Venara
Scriooi.
Wnchip
4 tiray aa SUtad Paa-
HIBACULOUS MEDA1 CHURCB
Neve Cristobal. 4th G St
Pattoi. Rev Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masses 1. 8 A 10 30 a m
Weekday Mass 330 am
Sat.. 8:00 am
Holv Dav Manes 8 00 A 3.00 am
Confeaaions. Roaary. nightly 7:00 p.m
Sunday School after the 8 a.m Masa.
Miraculous Medal Novena service* -
Mon. 3:00 A 7:08 D.m
tat. Sat Devotion every 1st Sai afier
Max
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCB
Bolivar Highway. Gatun. C Z.
Pastor Rev franets Lynch C M
Sunday Mam. 8-00 a m
Weekday Maaaea Thura 8:30 s m
Sat. 7:00 a.m
Holy Day Masa. I 00 a.m
Miraculous Medal Novena service
Mon 7:13 pm
1st frldav. Conieaalon Communion.
7:13 p.m
Confessions Sal 8:30 A Mm o m
ST. THOMAS' CHURCB
Gatun. Neat Locks
Pastoi Re' fi-anci: Lvneh CM
Sunday Mass. 8 45 a m
Weekday Macees Tu*s rn 3:00 s m
Holy Day Mass 3:00 am
Miraculous Medal Noven service
Prl. 7:13 p.rn. ,
Confession al.. 1:13 A (:00 pm
1st. Sat Devotion every 1st Sat after
Maea
HOI,i MMILt CHURCH
Margarita. C.Z.
Pastor Rev William J rum. C M
Sunday Masses. 7:M a 3 30 axe
Holy Day Masa 8 00 a.m .
Miraoulou* Medal Novena service
Moa 7:00 p.m
Instruciions lot adults frl 130 p at
Confesin* Sal 4-80 5 0" A 7 00 to
8:08 om
Bl. JOSEPH'S CHURCB
Colon. lOtn Broadway
Paator. Rev J Raymond Maohale CM
Assistant. Re Robert Vignola. C M
Sunday Masses. 3 45 3 no a m
Weekday Mam 3:45 am
Holy Day Macar 5 45 A I -oo m
let frl Maaaea. 343 A 8 80 s.m
Communion. BIX am
Baptisms Sun.. 4:00 pm
Miraculous Mecal Novena service-
Wed at 8:13 A 700 pm.
Novena of the Sacred Heart frl 7:]3
o.m
Confessions set 4:00 8:00 axe A
0 to 8:00 p ni
Sunday School. 1.00 pm.
Discussion Club Young eaer of Parish
Sun 3 00 pm
Inatructlons ror adulu eeesing now-
ledge of the Catholic Church. Mon *
Thura al 7:13 pm
1st Sat Devotion every 1st. Sat after
Mac*
St
Rev. Aaataae cjekea 8
Pedro Mtgael 4-333
Holy Communion ......... 10:30 am.
Sunday School .............
Youth Organization 5.00 A
Evening Prayer A Biebte
nd A 4th Sunday ...........
Women' Auxiliary ........
tad and 4th Thuraday
LA BOCA
Bt Peter' Church
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Price!
3 a.m.Holy Communion
7 a in.Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 a-m.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
S p.m Holy Baptism
7.30 pm.vecper and Sermon.
Communion Tucadayc and Thursdays
7 a.m., M'edneadays and frldaya am
Girls Friendly .and 7 p.ae Monday. 3
p.m. Tuesday! veapers nightly ai 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline TJ8 d ea
MARRARJTA
St. Margaret's Chapel.
Margarita Hoaplul
The Rev. M A. Cookaon
Sunday School am Evening Prayei
COS OBs
Ckarck et The Rely Cemterisi
The Ven A f. Nlghtenaale
vary Mondap 830 am Holy Com
ro union
PARASO
Rev. D. A Osoerne
8.30 a.m Holy Communion 2nd Suoda\
330 am Sunday School.
330 p.m Evenln Praver 3nd and 4th
uadays
Monday, coo o.m Youth Maating
Wednesday: 330 o.m Girt" Friendly
Society.
Evening Worahlp
eople'a Service .........
M Worahlp..............
Prayer Meeting Thuraday......
Choir Practice. Wednesday si
7:80 o m and Saturday 3:30 m
Shipping & AirLine News
0
Panamas Local Shrimp itHVI no Intention of abandoning'
Fleet Increased service to Ecuador aa a result
Eleven sleek, modern shrimp- of the Ecuadorean government's
lne boats transited the Panama refusal to renew their contract
Canal yesterday from Cristobal to permlttinit Grace Line ships to
Balboa for Panama Fisheries dock at Puna Island instead of
Corporation. Inc. After leaving going up the Guayas River to
Miraflores Locks, they were in a Guayaquil,
line about a mile long. i He said: "We hope to continue
These boats, averaging about negotiating with the Ecuadorean!
ii :M flftv feet length, came from eovernment. We can still nego-
8:43 Florida ports, takine about eight tiate. and we hope that Ecuador
!S da,s for tne trlD t0 Cristobal, will allow us to continue to sail
' i Most of the crews were sent at Puna."

OLD lATHOUl CHURCH
St Raaaael The Arcbaage)
13th St Weai No 1
Holy efcichxrict: Sunday at < .30 a.m
. SaaHsHf, Wedneadav' and rhuradavs
430 am.
Saaramanl of Unetioo (H
vie) first
?30 Om
^Ilng !
Sunday of each month
at
Meant Hallbetti Cbrkstlan Chnrcb
Panama R.P
Rt Rev T. james. O V Biabo
offlciatint
Horning devotion a.........
HoW Communion a, .........
Fellowship Worarua at ......
Sunday School at ...........
vine Service at .../..,.-..,
Sermon at ...............,^
Holy Communion a-f........
Mondays Roll eT and gray.
_r meeting a..........
Wednesdays Evangeliatlc Ser-
vices at..................
frldaya. Litany, farima, and
Sermop from .....
up from Panama, and were un- The government said that the I
der the command of Captain Puna docking arrangement was
Clinton Baverstock. a Panama harfmul to Ecuadorean interests'
I Canal pilot. Despite the strong especially to Guayaquil mer-'
I winds and heavy seas In the Ca- chants who have not seen many
rlbbean at this time of the year, tourists as a result of the down-
the boats made a successful trin river landing.
direct from Florida. They are all --------
in first class condition, and will Stevedores Protest
make a fine addition to the local "Distress Cargo" Shipments
fleet of boats under the Panama PHILADELPHIA. Jan. 26 fUPi I
flag The local waterfront Idled in |
The names of these boats, the labor dispute involving long-
which were placed under the Pa- shoremen and members of the I
_ nama flag before bemg brought Philadelphia Marine Trade As-
,-S22 down are: Mary Ann. Robert Ful-80ciation stevedores found "no!
7 so D.m|ton. John C. S. to K. Rebel, work" slRns posted yesterday.
American Lady. Toimi. Skeedad- The International Longshore-
die. Falcon, Bachelor Boy and mens' Association charged that
Ocean Lady. signs were a lockout of 6.500
Agent for the boats during: members. The Association con-
thelr passage through the canaLtended that the signs followed'
S.OU am
3:30 a.m
8 :S0 p m.
3:30 om
7 30 o.m
cao pm
COO om.
Christian Scientist
CHaturriArv 3CU.NCt CMtRCHk
rat Church ol Christ. SctantiaL Ancor
580 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 1130: Wadnaadav 3:
Sunday School 330 a.m
130 em

^vu:3^m. firm *"?**. Wed-
Slaadav Set ml 10:13
ST
Unitarian
rat.
UNITAaUAH
SOCIETT
1030 a a
JWB Armed
forces Service
Center Library
Balboa CZ
ifeur Inrliallon
te liberal
religion
VINCENT'S CHURCB
Silver City. C.Z
Paatoi Rev Raymond ussria. CM
Sunday Masses. 9:43 fHi.n
Weekday Mam. 8:8* em
Holy Day Maaaea 330 A 330 a.m
Sunday Schoo) 11:00 am
Miraoulou M*da< Novena service -
rues 7'0u p.m
Baptisms Sun 4.30 p.m
Confession. Sal 330. 03 o.m A 7 38
ta 830 am
Instruction tot adult rue A Prl
138 om
1st Sat Devotion every tat Sat after
OUB LABI oroooo COUNSEL
Pattoi RevTharfa Jaeood CM
Sunday Mascas 7 oo A 8:30 m
Wtetday taaaae. ID am
Holv D,, Uutm 3:43 A 830 am
Mlraculou Bledai Nmren service -
lues 7:30 pm
Sacred Heart Inven, service frl 133
oat
Conleaslena Sal 13 em
let Sat Devotion, every let Sat after
RED IAN
Bev. DA Osborne A Rev. C.A Crafwell
11:00 a.m Holy Communion and Sac
non 1st and 3rd Sunday
1130 a-m Morning Prayei no ado
.cas: and and 4 th Sunday
3:80 p.m Sunday School aad Bapuam
730 p.m. Evening Prayer and addles
md and 4th Sunday
PANAMA err
BT. PAUL'S CHUBt R
A f. Nlghiengaie. at.O MBS.
and rhc Rev Rlu Resinara Ai seel)
Venerable Archdeacon
8:00 a.m Holy Communion :ix, rr
7.011 o m Cvensona end Sermon
CBRIS1 CHURCH Ht-rHB-SRA
Colon. R de P
lupposlte Hotel Waanlnttooi
Th Rev Mainen t Petereoa
STB Rector
SUNDAYS.
a.m Holy Communion
3 a.m Choral Eucharist and Sermon
1030 am Church SchooL
733 o.m Solemn Evensnnc A Sermon
EDMESUAVS
am Holy Communion
730 p m Evensong and Sermon.
330 om Adult Confirmation Claa
(HUKSDaVS.
o.m Praycc Guild
ffUDAVaV;
.m Children's Euchartal
o.m. Choir Practice
SATURDAYS.
IS a.m Children > Confirmation Cla
7 30 o.m Compline and Meditation
GATUR
31. George's Caere*
Gatun, C.Z
Rev Solomon. N Jacobs .
e:4t a m Church School
: am. Morning Prayer
1030 am Holv Eucharist no Serranr
rueeday.
IBS am Holy Communion lAlee Holy
Oaf and Saint Daya I
Wednesdays
1:80 p.m Evening Prayer
830 o m St Vincent s Guild
130 om Chnlr Rehearsal
rhuradav
Cburcb of St Mar The Vrala
Archdeacon Waldnck Priest In Charge
Morning Prayer ........ 843 am
Holy Eucharist and Sermon 7:00 am
Church School ............ IMpn
Solemn Evenaong......... 8:00 o m
Woman' Auxiliary 2nd Mondays
Order of St Vincent Acolite Guild
Tuaadaya
Veetrv MeeUng 3no Thursday.
Holy Commun'on. t am Thursda
Evenaong 7:38 p.m
Morning Prayer t am friday. Choir
Rehmrsals 8 om
Salvation Army
it'""* Scat c*"* '* M febrero
^XJCM ***' and 7:30 p.m. I Mai
* WUoiw^t3S5 School at 3>.m
U Boca: Services at 11 aja, and Tje
J.ro. Sunday School at 330 pm
JhhWJS-75*"' Sund"
Service at....... Him OiJlajji
coion. nth Street
Sunday School ......... 3:00 om
Colon. 3rd Streei
a*1 at ...... 11 am A 13b guts
Silver City
Service at ...........
Sundav School at.....
IM pm
3:30 om
Jewish
Jewish Weltr tfoara. ellag- lEl-A, L
Rabbi
CZ
Nathan
Boca Road. Balboa
Wttkm director.
Services oo friday I 30 pm
tSf,Ja, 'SU" of Jevntb seetnre.
indar Poata Base and Stations i
S*JF!.*uon Ko' >b4anth ixraei Ave
oda Cuba and S8tb Street Belle Vine
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Mrfeld
Service on PHdav. o.m
was R. C. Woraley. ia violation of a union contract!
After transiting the Canal, theb ythe stevedores, who declared,
boats anchored near San Jose the sugar consignment to be:
Roes at the Canal entrance yes-,distress cargo the designation!)
terday. and st noon they were for carno which must be unload-
taken into Puerto de Caimito ed under distress conditions
(Port o Chorrera) which, they and walked off the ship,
will make their home port. The employes said the men
-------- I frequently claimed that cargoes!
Grace Line Fighting- were distress unloadings to ob-
NIW YORK. Jan. 26 A o race Line spokesman said to-'dispute halted the unloading of
day that the shipping company 20 ships.
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Posts, Bases
And Stations
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Morning Worship ............... 10.J8
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Sunday School. Bldg 134
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but IB cfwerful alarm waket you when
you want to gat up thanks to He vol-
ume, adaptable toft or loud tone.
Came in plain or luminous dial. The
popular Baby ton it on ditpiev with
other quoliry-foosoui Weeeelex al your
retailer's. See Mm wide selection of
electric ami spring alarm, electric
waH clocks, pocket and tjerttf wakhas
by Wettclox, today.
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Ne. 3304 SB) Street end Balboa Colea. R P.
BP.
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8.8. Qnirigna
8.8. Fiador Knot
...Jan. 17
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Frhr.
'Haadllng Refrigerate f.'btlled end Genera> Cargo
New York Service
Arrives
Cristbal
8.8. Heredia
Jan. at
aTOORll Sellings le New York Loe Angclea. San TrancHco. Seattle
Occmieaal sailings to New Orlesma aad Mobil
fREtlUENT SAILINGS PROM CRISTOBAL ro WEST COAST
CENTRA1 AMERICA
Cristobal to New Orleans via
Tela. Honduras
Sails from
Cristobal
S.S. Chiriajui (Passenger Service Only).....Jan. 29
S.S. Quirirua .................................|>ebr. 5
TELEPHONES :
CRISTOBAL 2121 PANAMA I-21M
COLON M
The Pacific Steam Navigation Company
INCORPORATED B ROYAL CHARTER IMt
Royal Mails Lines Ltd.
FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
OF SOUTH AMERICA
TO COLOMBIA. ECUADOR. PERU AND CHILE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" (omits Colombia) Jan. 30th
8.8. "KENUTA" ..........................,.......Feb. 15th
TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA,
HAVANA. NASSAU. BERMUDA. CORUA,
SANTANDER and LA PALLICE
M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO"'..................March 1st
Note: The m.v. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" Will not call
___________al Kingston on the March voyage.
TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT
BS. "FLAMENCO" ............................. peb 3rd
M.V. "aALINAS".................................peb. 4th
ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
M.V. "DIEMERDYK"..............................Feb. 15th
TO UK/CONTINENT
M.V. "LOCH AVON" ..........,...................Feb. 15th
Accepting passengerg in First. Cabin and Third Claw
Superior accommodation available lor passengers
All sailings snbject to change without notice.
PACIFIC STEAM NAV. CO., Cristobal. Tel. ISM 1(55
FORD COMPANY lne.. Panam TeL 3-1257/12M: Balboa ItM
See The BULLFIGHTS
at
LA
MACARENA
RING
MANOLO ORTEGA
4:30 Mt SUNDAY Jan. 27*
JOSELILLO
Farewell Performance
of the distinguished '
"matadores"
Manolo Ortega
and
Josel.llo
de Colombia"
FOUR
(4)
BULLS
will be fought
and killed.
We are pleased to announce that we have obtained
the bulls from El Rosario Ranch in Antn,
famous for its fighting bulls.






V
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1953
You Sell em... When You Tell em thru P.A. Classifieds!
Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
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S. 12.17 Central At CeMss
12 words
Minimum for
3c. each additional
word.
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE
Automobile
tOR- SALE:Radio Victrola Console
Apex woshmg mad
sewing machine.
RCA.
portoble
table
Service ^wnnol and
Jlvilior jOvmmn Employes
MNtHCI
i jmc aw thrMign
TQCh'n Colono GOVMNMIMT IMrLOYK HHNCI
MISCELLANEOUS
Do re ka**
Writ*
In 2011
rtaktet a.eilioj
n taMMMW
Mm, C. X.
cleoner,
J.
records. Phone
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous
and
IFOR SALE:Rodio trarumitter 600
watts. Phone 1000 watt CW all
CO
-ort Wort*
COR- SALE: Dishes and kitchen; ovmmni tmplove. -
uMmils. Can be seen between .Vsonne r. Cm* Zone J* VFO band sw.tch.ng, com-
10 a. m. and 4 p. m. Saturday ^ ^ r,nonelnB j plet. antennas 10 meter beam
o, 2:30 to 5:30 p. m. SiwBoj,. ,njuronce n.^nvticallv adjusted *' P" Balboa 1234.
House 0759-G Will.ormon Place ^ u smCimr*, F0R SALE: Plono-Accordion. 46
Balboa. ______.______ ARRANGEMINTS CAN It MAPI, Bases, good condition. Phone 3759.
THROUGH LOCAL AUTOMOBILl house 2244. Calibre rood. Baibod.
MAIM
CQfi. SALEGeneral Electric refriger-
otor 8 ft. Perfect working condi-
tion. Give-owoy price. No. IB
50th Street. J*z0- .________
JojjTsALE:":Kenmore washing ma-
chine, Adjutotor type. 60 cycle,
used 8 months. Excellent condi-
~. Call Ft. Gullek 68-306.
COR SALEBoby buggy with pod
bothinette boby bosket with pod
ond liner "teller babe' ster1.1.x-
200-D. Pedro Miguel. Tel. t-
FR SALE:1949 Buick 4-door
Super Sedan, excellent condition
Call Cristobal 3-1350.
er.
472.
COR SALELeaving for States. Fur-
niture and 3 mcnth old 25 cycle
FOR SALE:1950 British Humber
Hawk black four door sedan. First
class condition, new point, bottery.
$1.400. Alto 1939 Chevrolet block
four door sedan, new differential,
bottery, tires. $400. Call Panoma
2-0912.
FOR SALE-^-Boby carriage stroller,
two fiber mot, child cor Mat.
Telephone 3-3575, otter 6- p. m.
FOR SALE:Winchester model 12.
Winchester moder 62, Savoge .22
auto, with scope. Retina II ca-
mera. Bolboo 1471 after 4:00.
II2ST OFFER: 1950 Packard, toast-
er, rug, lamps, tricycle, Mic 1446
D, Owen Street.
Rod
:faALE:-H?rre:s";?oo Fs FO?r^E:vo7ngsrc,^a,k(
4 door, rodio, blue, $1.700. Call
273 3296; 273-4112, evenings.
refrigerator, must be -old.
seen Sunday, between 12
1488-C, Dohrmon. B a i boa
Con be
ond 4.
FOR SALE
Motorcvrlc
Oft SALE:1951 Indion single mo-
torcycle, like new, in storage
"hone 3-4336.____________________
COR SALE:BSA 500 cc, spring
frame, excellent condition. 221Z-
C, Curundu. ______^^^^__
FOR SALE:1948 Chevrolet Con-
vertible Coupe wth s?at covers,
excellent condition. Call Smoct &
Hunnicutt, S. A. Colon. Tel. 800
16th. St. Central Avenue.
FOR SALE:1947 Ford 4-door se-
dan, easy payments, new seat cov-
ers. 5 new tires ot Srroot & Hun-
nicutt S. A. Ifth. St. Central Ave
Colon, Tel. 800
T& FOUND
FOR SALE:1948 Plymouth 4-door
sedon, with leather, seot covers,
radio, new tires, perfect condi-
tion Smoot & Hunnicutt S. A.,
16th St. Central Avenue. Colon
Tel. 800.
STOLEN:Green Nylon Golf Bag
fljrton Mfg. Col Spaulding
font Wilson wcods. $25 reward
return. Telephone Albrook AFB
86-3150. ^___
TOR SALE: 1947 Oldsmobile 2-
door sedon. good condition, with
rodo, seot covers, good tires.
Smoot & Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St.
Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800.
Turner 16" bond saw, wood ond
metal, 7 1-2 HP Leroi gat en-
gine. Houe 712 Cocoli, telephone
4-279, 4-339.
AQUARIST: In stock colored tropicol
fish, vitamin bricks, agua remedy,
ornaments. Acuario Tropical, op-
posite J. Franco Stables. Tel. 3-
4132.
RESORTS
Gromlich Sonto Ciara beach-
cottages Electric to ooxe, go*
rove, mode rata rota. Phono 6-
441 or 4-567.
Phillee. Oceontlde cortege, Sonta
Clara Box 435. tSlt-oo. Phone
Ponomo 3-1877. Crwobol 4-16?*
William bantu Clara Beach Cottoges.
Two bedroom Frigidaire, Rock-
gas rant*.1 Belboo 2-3050.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Beautiful cholet, fur-
nished. 2 bedroom, terroce, moid
room, residential section, Paltillo,
Seventeenth St.. 106 Call Pan-
ama 3-01)2.
worVlMfckUAL fir
PROFESSIONAL
We hate everyflihif
to keep voor Lawn
and Harden beautiful
dtirior the dry season
FOR RENT:Furnished chalet. May
be seen from 2 to 6. 47 th St, No.
5.
FOR RENT: Spqcius furnished
house suited for Embassy. No. I,
51 Street Tel. 3-3343.
FOR RENT: Concrete lljngalow,
two bed-rooms, parlor ond porch,
diningroom, break fast- room, moid-
room, two services, garage, "welt
located, Iron-bars, hot water ns-
tolotion. fenced garden ond pa-
tio. B. 100.00. Apply Sonny-Boy,
Sabanas 81Q. Telephone. 3-3041.
WANTED
Automobiles
STATION WAGONS WANTED
1949 '50 '51 Por.ti.ti and
Chevrolet.. Good trade-in erke*.
See Civa S. A., year Pentiac aeel-
lr. Avenida J. Francisco da la
One No. 14. Telepher* 2.0710.
Peaama.
ALHAMBRA APARTMINTS
Modern furnished unfurnished onorf-
ment. Maid arv.ee optional. Con-
*oct office 8061. 10th Street. New
Cristbal, telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR SALE
Real Estate
FOS SALE:One house Sonta Claro
Beach, concrete bock construction,
furnished. Includes two acres land
well, garcge. Premires fenced. Te-
lephone Bolboo 1536. _________
FC*'5ALE:House very cheap. 5,-
C6 Mts. 10 minutes from San
Jose in Aguadulce. For inrorrha-
FOR SALE:Brand new 1949 Buick
Super 4-door sedan with Dyno-
flow. rodio, seat covers, excellent
condition. Coll Colon Tel. 800
Smoot & Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St
Central Avenue.
FOR SALE:Studeboker 4-door se-
don 1941, good price, eosy pay-
ments, new tires, very good con-
dition. Smoot & Hunnicutt S. A.
16th. St. Centrol Avenue, Colon
Tel. 800.
tSr^iTTSTS. Son'Jose FOR SALE:-, 940.Buick 4-door se-
CS- Rica Mo. E. U. *-); od -ndit.on new t,rev
FOR SALE:10.400 squore meters
of land. Concrete house, drill well,
water pipe in house, fireploce.
Best place in Cerro Campana. Coll
R. E. Shuey. Balboa 4434. Make
o.'fer.________________________________
OR "SALE2.500 M2 of the choic-
est property in Los Cumbre. Tel.
3-H07, Panama. ^^^^^^^
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Call Colon Tel. 800 Smoot &
Huunicutt, S A.. St. Central Ave
WANTED:Fire proof safe 32" x
26" x 45". 31 Centrol Avenue
Ford Joyera.
FOR SALE: 1951 M. G. Sport
Roodster, green leother upho'stery
new tires, 5,000 miles, bargain.
Agencia Panamotores, "Q" Street
No. 27. Tel. 2-4666.
Help Wanted
WANTED: Girl able to type ond
spell correctly ot leost 60 word
per minute. Must be oble to di-
vide words prooerly. Write to
Manager, Box 693, Ancon, Canal
Zone.
FOR RENT
Apartments
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished room with
meals. Telephone 3-3.921. No. 34,
45th Street, Panam.
FOR RENT
Miscellaneous
Good Fellowship.
Shared Interests
Are VFW Goals
FOR RENT:Graot opportunity for
a responsible European party we
. offer lease and management of
Restaurant in prominent Ponama
hotel, write Manager, Box 3114.
Panam.
General Shuffle
At Fort Jackson
Bonds of fraternity and com-
mon Interests among war veter- jvjrj JACKSON, S. C, Jan.
ans are increasing every day that ,. mp, MBi 0pn whit,
the Korean war continues, as- 2J.J j?' sheoard! of ayra-
serted Harry Westervelt. of Cu-,'"^ ',. yffied here today
$i$$^n Zone, Vtiterans of Foreign Wars Jth Infantry Division comman-
MUST SELL either my Noth Ambas-
sodor Sedan Super 1948 or my
Nosh Rombler Station Wagon.
1951. Both cars in excellent con-
dition, con finonce. 2212-C, Cu-
rundu.
WANT TO BUY or sell on automo-
bile? See Agencios Cosmos, ou-
tomobile row 29, telephone 2-
4721. Panama. Open all day on
Soturdays.
Leaal Notce
Ur tee Siete District Cenrt For The
District Of The Canal Zone
Bolboo Divisien
m THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
EaVaard Mioheel Foler
Deeeaaad
No. 0S6. Probate
KOT'CE OP TIME SET fR PKOVINGicqd ALE' 19S0 Chvrolet 4-door
WILL AND HEARING APPLICATION,nJK
FOR LETTERS
FOR SALE1949 Buick Roodmotter
Sedonette, cleon, 5-brond new
Goodyear, white side wall tires.
'radio. 2 spot lights, seat cover.
rubberized, excellent condition. Call
Cistobal 2195 or cor con be seen
ot house 628-C Fort DeLesseps,
only $1,650.00.
NOTICE lo beroby Iven thot peti-
tion lor the probate of the will of
Edwan* Mlcbael Poler. deceaeedj nd
for the iaeuance of letters ot admi-
nistration with the will annexed to the
Public Adminietmtr.r of the Canol Zone
wee filed in this Court on Jsnuery
I. ISSt. and that February 7. 1952.
at t o'clock a- m., in the Courtroom
of this Court at Ancon. Canal Zone
Isaa been set for the hearing of aid r*^p
petition, when and where any person 'JK
interested may appear and contest the
name, aad show cause. If any. why said
petition should not be aranted.
Dated at Aneon. Canal Zone, this
January' (. 1IZ.
C. T. McCORMICK. Jr.
,: Clerk of Court
WAV .
sedan, perfect condition. Smoot &
Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. Centrol
Avenue, Colon. Tel. No. 800.
BARGAIN! 1949
Ford 2-door se-
don, excellent shape, five new
tires. Smoot & Hunnicutt. S. A.,
16th. Centrol Avenue, Colon. Tel
800.
By Leis E. Harria*
Deputy Clerk of Court
SALE:Practically new 1950
Buick 4-door sedon. with seat
covers, radio, new tires. Smoot &
Hunnicutt. S. A. 16th Central
Ave. Colon Tel, 800.
FOR SALEBuick Convertible 1941
model or will trode for small car.
Phone 5-482.
Do II the Easy (and Economical) Way
U yon are too busy to wri* to Dublishers it you dont
tike to pay hlgher-than-i ubllsheo prices tf you dont
want to bother with buying drafts or money orders
uk tu to get he technical, professional and business
looks tou need
Ye reirete you of all the cetai upp:\ frh copie* of
a test editions and ao It all a' a sawr.p to you. Just
lift the phone and tell us what vou want
ind.. for gooo measure, we'll take your .uinscription to
'ny magazine for buslnes profession ot hume new
r renewal.
FOR BOOKS OR MAGAZINES
ItfcqAMfee en M Mfj,
'Su A0ENCIAS STEER, S. A. &t]S.
Collins has been named mill-
Mexico, US Confer
On Mutual Defense
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP)
The united States opened nego-
tiations in Mexico City today on
a military assistance agreement
with Mexico.
The State Department said
the agreement will be one of
several to be concluded with Lat-
in American countries under the
new Mutual Security Act,
of the United States, in reveal-
ing today that VFW membership!.
are increasing and that public arv attache to the Embassy to
Interest in veterans' organization Mccaw. He will go to Russia
activities is at a peak. metlme in February.
" Pointing out that a slight de-! Shepard, Who started his
cline in veterans' organization AiTS*! career as a private^ In
activities immediately following 181T, recentty returned from
the end of World War II had,the Par East command where
been expected, Westervelt em- he served as deputy chief of
phaslzed that it was natural for taff of the United Watlons
servicemen "to want to forget forces,
everything about war as soon as
they doffed their uniforms and
became civilians again."
However, he cited a United
Press dispatch from The New
York Times, published Dec. 8,
quoting a high official of the Na-
tional VFW organization to the
effect that Interest of members
and prospective members in or-
ganized veterans' activities, par-
ticularly for the benefit of needy
or disabled veterans and their
families, and for community
service projects, is noticeably In-
creasing.
"The so-called period of apa-
thy is Just about played out,'' the
National VFW spokesman was
quoted in The New York Times.
"Now the boys are looking for
comradeship and want to get to-
gether again."
"Good fellowship, and sharing
of welfare and other community
service activities, are bringing
into VFW membership a great
many veterans who are shifting
their fighting zeal to civic zeal."
St. Vincent's Day
Observance Sunday
At St. Peter's
St. Vincent's day on January
32. dedicated to the patron
saint of the Order of Saint Vin-
cent, national guild of acolytes,
will be observed this Sunday
by St. Peter's chapter, La Boca.
During the euchartstic service
of St. Peter's church starting
7 a.m., members of the order ^
will make their annual corpor-l
ate communion.
Scheduled to take place at
this service also are the admis-
sion of several probationary
acolytes to the order, and con-
ferring of silver OSV medals on
four acolytes who have been
serving for almost 35 years.
The Rev. Lemuel B.. Shirley,
chaplain warden, will perform
the ceremonies. Receiving the
silver medals will be Llewellyn
C Smith. Victor T. Smith. Ar-
thur L. P'nav and Charle* M.
Innlss, an associate member,
"faOlf-
Hose
Fencing
Sprayers
8prinklers
vVhrrf'lMrrow
insecticiaes
Fertilizers
Weedkillers
Fungicides
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
27 Central Ave. Tel. S-814
The HX
WE BUY
WE SELL
WE BARTER
The very best ALWAYS in
reconditioned FURNITURE.
HX (Household Exchange)
41 Automobile Row
Tel. Panam 3-4911
PANAMA BROKERS. INC
Hotel El Panam
Selling:
Cemento Panam te
National Distillers.
Tel. 3-471 3-1680
MODERN FURNITURE
cusruM BUILl
Slipcover Reunholsten
VISIT OUU SHOW-BOOM!
Alberto Ban
i. t. aa la Osea H (ABteaaaMie .
Wa^tte* riVkaa as Delire
S-4S3S .! ijl u J:a aa.
FISHERMEN!
According to the latest re-
ports fish of every kind and
size are moving into our wa-
ters. Be sure to CATCH THE
BIG ONES with riRESTONE
lures and other equipment.
We carry a complete line AT
THE LOWEST PRICES IN
PANAMA. Visit your
FIRESTONE STORE
at #30 National Avenue
(Automobile Row)
Telephones: 2-0363 3-4564
~^anatac
INSTANT
Fat-rret Powdered Milk
(f-riiri,.., wtth viumln D)
ei for
DRINKING
tor
COOKING
* for
WHIPPING
Farm Fresh
Flavor!
on Sale in
P.O. Co Commissaries.
Ladta* a aya a. Mir'i Salta, Slacks at
Saortawtar Dry Cleanaa M look ana
led IIS Ne*.
TROPICAL CLEANERS
riasrl SW Via t>Oaa Tel 1-M7I
Branch <*jh It Best Ceatral Ave.
Tal. 2-1J4
CENTRAL
TODAY
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Barrett CHes
Success Of US
Campaign 01 Truth
WASHINGTON, Jan. 2-
(U8I8)In a letter to President
Truman submitting his resigna-
tion as Assistant Secretary of
State for Public Affairs, Edward
Barrett wrote that with the
greatly enlarged and Intensified
International Information and
Educational Exchange Program
an Important milestone had
been passed! He noted that he
had accepted appointment to the
office with the expectation of
serving two years, and that
pressing personal factors made
it Important to adhere to that
schedule.
Referring to steps to strength-
en the status and organization
of the program, Barrett said
that the occasion of making
those changes was an appro-
priate time "to turn the reins
Over to others." Last week the
Department announced the re-,
organization of the program in-
to an administration within the
State Department.
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Cathy Skelstaitls, and Bruce
Taylor.'
Mrs. Knlppert was assisted by
the mothers of the children.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase.
8r.. entertained with a party at
their Old Cristobal residence for
their daughter. Mary Elisabeth,
who celebrated her tenth birth-
day anniversary Tuesday.
Celebrating wth the honoree
were: Jerry Malloy. Randy Al-
berga, Janice and Beverly
Brownlee, Mary. Carol and Ro-
bin Moriand, Kathleen and Ann
Brede Sharon and Kenny Coop-
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ATURDAY, JANUARY M, 1*8
ANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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De Vicenzo Seven Strokes Up; Snead Still Second
Argentine Equals Record, Atlantic
Is Only Player Under Par
Latin America's outstanding golfer, Argentina s
jtoberto de Vicenzo, today was well on his way
victory in the Panama Open.
The sharpshooter from Peronland had a seven
Iroke lead as a pared down field went off this after-
Ion for the third round of the tournament.
With booming drives, deadly irons and an
nerring putter, de Vicenzo yesterday added a re-
ord-equalling 68 to his first round 69 to go seven
trokes under par at the halfway mark and just
hat many strokes ahead of the field.
Slammin' Sammy Snead, dropping back to a 74
yesterday, made his total an even par 144, which was
good for second slot as most, of the competitors
found the going rugged.
Buck White, previously tied,
with Snead at 10. dropped back
with a 78 yesterday and today,
was tied In third slot with Har-.
vey Braeux. the PAA pilot from
Miami who became low amateur
after putting together two 73s
lor a 146 total.
Defending Champion Johnny
McMurray. Panama's own stal-
wart, had a 76 yesterday and to-1
day was .eleven strokes off the
blistering pace set by de Vicenzo,
a seemingly insurmountable mar-
gin.
And that's about all that were
really left in the running lor the (
top honors.
Next best score was 150 This
was held by Pablo Molina while
uch shooters as Chick Harbert
and Raul Posse trailed at 153.
Yesterday De Vicenzo*fired six.
birdies in hi .round that equalled
th Panama Open Tournament
record. He had bogles on eight
and the tough fourteenth but;
otherwise was virtually unbeat-j
able la any-field.
John MacMurray was still out
front In the side contest for the:
trophy desk pen set donated by i
Merculio for the low round by an
amateur. Johnny's 72 on- open-*
ing day, htuwpvec.1 isn't expected-
to stand up.
_i
El Panama HoteL- donated a
beautiful prize of a'complete set
of sterling silverware (sitting for
four) for the Jow amateur. This
was almost strictly a battle be-
tween Breanx and-MaeMurrajM
but only at this writing.
~-- i
How they stand:
De Vicenzo .............
Snead ., ...............
White ..................
Breaux ......'...........
J. MacMurray ..........
Molina. .................
Mitten ..................... 152
Sala......................' 152
P0ie ....................... 153
Sttn-eit ................... 153
Rus?ell'..................... 153;
Harbert................... 153'
J. de la Guardia.......... 153
Riley .i.................... 155
Graham ................... 155'
Shannon................... 155
Pony League
8TANDING OF THE TEAMS
TEAM Wen Lost Pet.
Bnick..........I 1.0M
C.P.0....... .. t 1 .499
Margarita......I S 4M
Shamrocks......1 4 .244
Johnson, Stemple Tonight's
Starters At Panama Stadium
Game of Jan. 34, 1952
The Buick team continued its
winning ways by taking a hard-
fought pitchers' battle from the
Shamrocks by a score of 3 to 1.
The game was featured by the
airtight pitching of Kaiser Bazn
and George Wetzel.
The box score:
SHAMROCKS AB R H
S. Newhard, 2b...... 1 0 0
W. Bath.......... 0 0 0
Polumbo, 3b........ 3 0 0
Roblnette, lb........ 2 0 0
Pabn, rf.......... 2 1 1
Rodriguez, ss........ 2 0 0
Custer, cf........... 1 0 0
Favorite, c.......... 1 0 0
Orvis, if.......... 1 0 0
Wetzel, Qeo, p...... 1 0 0
Tagaropulos........ 0 0 0
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Bombers........15
Yankees........13
Bluebirds....... 9
Brownies.......It
Toreros' To Face Four
Fierce Bulls Tomorrow
I .52
11 .542
13 409
15 .4M
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE |
STANDINGS
TEAM won Lost Pet.
Sears..........3 1 751
Police.: ........ f 1 W
AFGE14........I J "
Lincoln Life......t t .509
Ok...........1 J 333
Firemen.........
tleman. Home RunBateman.
UmpiresLuzer and H. Engelke.
ScorerR. Potter. Time of Game
1:42.
The man from Argentina
seven lengths on top.
137
144
146'
146
148
150
The Slammer, second, but a
long way back.
PANAMA AMERICAN
.....
Lecie
Hojhsttdler ..
R. M. Arias-
KuMhowsftl ...
C. MacMurray
Gics.iwald................. 166
0. -aenz...................
Muller .....................
Hammond .................
Macarrn .. ...............
E. d* la Guardia in'........
Schmitt...................
Pre Trim Sr. ...-----.......
Busby ..................... 161
Cllsbee .................... 161
LAN HILL YOUR NEEDS
Cia IfetilUn '
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T"osrey, Cesos f ~

Orion's
Stands' Suptomz^
BUICK AB R H
Hannigan, u........ 3 0 0
Hartz, 2b .. ..-...... 2 1 0
Matos, c.......... 2 1 2
Lamls, Jb.......... 3 1 1
Recela, rf.......... 1 0 0
Mercler. If......... 2 0 0
D. Smith, 3b........ 1 0 0
Croft, cf.......... 0 0 0
Bazn, p.......... 2 0 0
Score By Innings
Shamrocks 0 0 0 1 01
Buick ,'1020 x3
Home RunsPabn, Matos.
Struckout byBazn 11, Wetzel
7. Winning PitcherBazn. Los-
ing PitcherWetzel. Umpires-
May and Curtis.
Christenberry j
Holds Up Purse
;0f Fight Loser
NEW YORK?, Jan. 26- (UP'
Chairman Robert Christenberry |
of the New York Boxing Commis-
sion today held up the purse of'
. Livio Mlnelli, an Italian welter-;
l weight who last night was de-
feated by Brooklyn's Johnny
Saxton at Madison Square Oar-
den.
Refera* Ruby Goldstein stop-
ped the fight at one minute 27
seconds of the seventh round and
I announced that Mlnelli waa no
match for Saxton. .
Christenberry ordered the usu-
al "complete investigation" and
said the fight had been a "waltz
on Mlnelli s part."
Mlnelli had the fight already
lost when the referee stopped itj
as one judge had given all six
rounds to Saxton and the other
Judge voted the first -.round for
Mlnelli and the other five to the
Brooklyn fighter. The referee al-
; so gave all six rounds to Saxton.
Mlnelli's purse totalled $5,540.
The hearing at the Boxing Com-
mission's office is scheduled for
next Friday afternoon.
Saxton chased Mlnelli through-
! out the six rounds. After the
fight. Mlnelli explained, "That's
my style. I come on late in the
, fight. He said he was going to
I start in the seventh and keep on
going the remaining three
| rounds.
! That, however, did not con-
vince Christenberry who ordered
the purse held up.
Army Sports
FORT aULICK The Bush-
masters team retained their lead
in the three-week-old Atlantic
Side Army Bowling League with
a score of 12 wins and no losses.
The Amphibs are in second place
with 0 wins and 3 losses. Tied for
third place with 8 wins apd 4
losses- are Brltt's Gimmicks, "A"
Company, and the G.I. McCan-
lcks. Complete listing is as fol-
lows:
TEAM Won Lost Pina
Bushmasters ... 12 0 6381
Amphibs...... 8 3 6292
Brltt's Gimmicks 8 4 6699
A*'Company. ..8 4 6380
OJ. McCanlcks 8 4 6478
Knuckle Busters. 7 5 6416
Thule Skimos. ..7 5 6224
Med. Detachment t 6 6622
Gutter Snipes ..I 6 6093
U.S.'S........ 5864
Headpln Winders 5 7 6099
Paper Shufflersr 4 8 6169
Parts Platoon. ..4 8 5921
Revellers...... 3 9 6189
Sloppy Joes .... 3 10 5441
RA*s ........ 1 11 6266
Leading ten individual bowlers
are Dale, 171 average: Gnlewek,
169: Billmeyer, 168; Carter, 167;
Brltton, 167: Heppel, 162: Rada-
kovlch, 161; Jensen, 159; and
Flores, 159.
High single game. Heppel, Gut-
ter Snipes, 265- High three-game
set, Hepple, 573; High set (team)
Medical Detachment, 2305.
SPEED CHECKER CHECKED
PLATTSMOUTH, Neb. (UP)
Charles R. Chrlstensen told the
Judge "the boys will sure get a
laugh out of this," when he was
fined on a speeding charge.
Chrlstensen is general traffic
manager for a trucking firm and
was on the highway checking
trucks for speeding when he was
picked up by state safety patrol
officers.
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
AFGE II, Lincoln Ufo 4.
MONDAY'S GA'ME
AFGE 14 vs. Firemen.
The AFGE Little Leaguers,
came from behind, scoring eight;
runs In the sixth and last inning,
to defeat the Lincoln Lifers 10 to
S at Pacific Little League Park
yesterday afternoon.
The lodgemen got off to a two-
run lead in the top of the first
inning without collecting a base
hit, but Bruce Bateman prompt-
ly tied it up in the bottom hair
by blasting a long homer overi
the center field fence with one;
man on base.
The Insurancemen scored two
more runs in the third and they
needed only one out in the sixth
to salvage a 4 to 3 win but the
roof fell in on them when the
AFGE'rs came up with eight big
runs to ice the game.
In the big sixth inning the win-
ners got three hits, one error and
five walks. Oust Durham was on
the mound for Lincoln Life and
held AFGE until the last Inning
with Roger Million taking over
after four runs had been scored.
Billy Castleman pitched all thej
way for AFGE giving up seven
hits and four runs. Billy struck
out nine and walked four men.:
Durham gave up four hits andl
13 walks with Million walking!
two-and giving up on# hit.
Bateman had a penect day at
tht plate r three hits in/three trips to the;
plate. MUhon, with two for two
also had a perfect day, and Dur-
ham, with two hits in four trips,
were the only players to collect
hits off Castleman.
Castleman had three for four
with his double in the sixth
cleaning the bases for three run.
George Wills and Snodgrass with
a single apiece Were the only oth-
er AFGE players to connect safe-
ly.
The box score:
AFGE AB B HPO A
Salas, 2b...... 3 2 0 0
Morris, 3b...... 12 0 1
Castleman, p.. .. 4 1 3 i
Wills, lb...... 3 1 1 7
Snodgrass. c. '.. 4 0 1 10
Motion, ss..... 3 1 0 0
Edmonson, cf. .. 3 1 0 0
Hall. If....... 3 1 O 0
Elmendorf, rf. .. 0 1 0 0
TONIGHT'S GAME
Panam Stadium (7:36)Bomb-
era (Johnson 3-9) vs. Bluebirds
(Stempel 3-2).
TOMRROW'S GA'.VIE
Balboa Stadium (7:36)Blue-
birds vs. Bombers
BalUighters Manolo Ortega of
Spain and Josellllo of Colombia
will have their hands full at 4
p.m. tomorrow when they take
on four fierce bulls from the "Ell
Rosario Ranch" at the "La Ma-!
carena Bullring" in San Francis-
co.
Manolo and Jesclillo have both
performed creditably at the San
Francisco arena in the past.
Totals........23 10 5 18 7
LINCOLN LIFE AB R H PO A
Durham, p-lb. .. 4 12 0 3
McGriff, 3b .. .. 12 0 3:
Bateman, c..... 3 2 3 7 0
Dubols, J. 3b.. .. 3 0 0 1 0
Million, lb-p.. .. 2 0 2 0 0
Engelke. W., cf .. 3 0 0
Parker, rf...... 3 0 0 0 0
aRoss........ 10 0 0 0
Dubols, V., 2b. .. 1 0 0 0 0
Engelke, J., If. .. 2 0 0 0 0
Laats,lb...... 1 _0 J> J J
Total*........23 4 7 18 5
aBatted for V. Dubols in 6th.
Losing PitcherDurham. Struck
out byCastleman 9, Durham a,
Million 1. Bakes on Balls off
Castleman 3, Durham IS, Million
2. Two Base Hits-Million, Cas- I
ARMED FORCES
The Caribbean Command rep-
resentatives in the Armed Forces
Little League came from behind
to register a 10-8 win over Fort
Kobbe yesterday afternoon at;
Russell Held on the Fifteenth!
Naval District reservation. Ap-
proximately 200 spectators, in-
cluding Rear Admiral Albert M.
Bledsoe. USN. Commandant Fif-
teenth Naval District and other
high-ranking officers of the a-
vy, Army and Air Force were on'
hand to witness the victory of i
the Caribbean Commandos.
Ross Krammer, pitcher for Ca-
ribbean Command, got off to a
shaky start in the top of the first!
inning. Fort Kobbe took advan-
tage of two hit batters, three free
passes and several wild pitches j
by Krammer, plus errors contri-
buted by bis teammates to push!
over five runs before being re-
tired.
Caribbean Command narrow-
ed the margin In the bottom of
the first as Bradley Holcombe
walked and Tom Pitman smashed
a home run to right field. Kram-
mer followed with another four-
bagger to left field to make thej
score 5-3, Fort Kobbe.
After holding Fort Kobbe,
scoreless in the top half of the
second, and scoring a lone run,
themselves, the Caribbean Com-
mand youngsters surged ahead:
in the third Inning with Gale
Pitman's triple with two men on
base to make the score 6-5, Ca-
ribbean Command.
In the fourth inning Kram-
mer's wildne&s and a triple by
Jerry Conwell allowed Fort Kob-
be to send three men around the
bases to make the score 8-6,
Kobbe.
As Caribbean Command came
to bat, Ronald Lewis walked but
was forced at second by Anthony
Scogno's grounder. Robert Valle-
Jero doubled to score Scogno and
came home himself on Movers
Shore's triple. Shore scored when
Holcombe slammed a home run
to right field.
The fifth and sixth innings
saw neither score with the game
ending. Caribbean Command 10.
Fort Kobbe 8.
Fort Kobbe3 hits, 8 runs.
Caribbean Command8 hits,
10 runs.
WinnerKrammer.
LoserMartinez.
GIRLS.' TAKE A MAN'S
ADVICf. ABOUT YOUR
COMPLEXION
~jp your kin clear
and smooth with Cutieura
Soap and Ointment Thii
fame an combination cast*
__ends. Robores pimples. Burl
HA9tAHt. MIlDir MIDICATt
The league leading Bombers
take on the third place Bluebirds
tonight at the Panam National i
8tadium. The Bombers plan to
start their curve-ball artist Con-1
nie Johnson against the Blue-
birds' Cookie Stempel.
A loss for the Bluebirds will
drop them to the cellar as they
are only a half-game ahead of
the last place Brownies. A defeat
would leave these two taams vir-
tually tied in the won-lost col-
umns but the Brownies would
move ahead of the Bluebirds in
percentage points.
A victory for the Bombers will
give them a three-game lead Over!
the Yankees and place them in
the position to take the pennant'
on any given combination of ten:
Bombers wins or Yankee defeats
in the remaining games.
Another attraction of tonight's j
game will be the efforts of Frank
Austin, who is now hitting .327,'
and Wilberto Holder, batting .323,'
to overtake the league's leading
batterHctor Lpeawho has a
.333 batting average.
Tomorrow night the Bombera
and Bluebirds clash again, but at.
the Balboa Stadium instead of,
the National Stadium.
Knoxville Smokies
Face Problem 01
No Baseball Park
KNOXVTLLE, Tenn., Jan. 28;
(UP)Chairman John T. O'Con-
nor said yesterday that his city
council committee Investigating
Knoxville's professional baseball
tangle may meet today to at-
tempt a settlement.
O'Connor said he did not know
what the committee would rec-
ommend to the full council next
Tuesday, in view of the stalemate
between owner Carl Lyerly of the
Knoxville Smokies and a syndi-
cate which has leased Caswell
Yesterday Lyerly flatly reject-
ed a proposal by Dr. HobartFord,
Newport dentist, and his asso-
ciates that the smokies sub-lease
the park for one year. He said
that he would not put the Smok-
ies on the road unless he gets a
no-strlngs-attached lease.
The council some weeks ago
ranted Ford's group a five-year
MS* on the park on its pledge to;
get Southern Association base-;
ball for Knoxville. But no South-;
em Association franchise mate-
rialized, and the Smokies were
left with territorial rights but ho (
Ford's group must use the park
for nothing but baseball this sea-
son without council approval.
AH 6 CZ Amateur
League Teams See
Action Tomorrow I
This Sunday will find the six
teams that comprise the Canal
Zone Amateur Baseball League in
action on three different local-
rate diamonds on the Canal Zone.
Powells will Journey seven
miles to meet their neighbors,
Agewood, at Chagres. Agewood
suffered a 14-6 drubbing last
Sunday at the hands of the San-
ta Cms Alemn, Jr. on account
of its very deficient mound staff.
However, Mortimer Scantlebury
and Fermn Modeatin are expect-
ed to Join the club this week and
one of them will hurl for the
Rum-men against Powells.
Col. Remn, still smarting from
their 10-4 abbreviated tilt with
Powells last Sunday, will prob-
ably play a verv desperate brand
of ball in an attempt to emerge
triumphant over Spur Cola of
Red Tank when they clash at La
Boca.
Canada Dry of Paraso will
travel to Santa Cruz to meet the
youthful Alemn, Jr. Both of
these clubs have several good
looking prospects on their rosters
and an Interesting game is anti-
cipated.
Tomorrow's Local
Rate Playground
Sports Schedule
CANAL ZONE AMATEUR
BASEBALL LEAGUE
9:30 a.m.. at La BocaRed,
Tank Spur Cola vs. La Boea Col.,
Remn. I
9:30 a.m.. at ChagresSilver
City Powells vs. Agewood.
9:30 am., at Santa CruzPa-
raso Canada Dry vs. Alemn,
PACIFIC CRICKET LEAGUE
12:30 p.m.. at Red TankAn-
cn C.C. vs. Red Tank C.C.
12:30 p.m., at Santa CruzClo-
velly C.C. vs. Spar ton C.C.
TENNIS ELIMINA riONS
9:00 a.m.. Santa Cruz.
9:00 a.m., Paraso.
However, tbo.v will have he a
their best tomorrow because of
the better caliber bulls tkey will
face.
The bulls, raised at Don Aure-
lio Guardias El Rosarle Ranch
in Ante*, greatly impressed boll-
fight promoter Armando Martin
dnring a rodeo hold there. Up to
now, the best bull that have ap-
peared at the San Franehseo ara-
na also wore from the El Rosarla
Ranch.
The four balls selected far to-
morrow's fights are probably tho
| beat yet sent to the bull ring. Lo-
cal bullfight fans can recall tho
extraordinary showing aaado hT
El Rosario bulls at San Frenels-
co dnring 4he last bullfights.
Admission prices ranis fraaf.
$1, for general admission, to IS,
for opeeial box seats.
Brown. Thompson fj
In Excellent Shape
For Tomorrow's Tilt
Isthmian lightweight Cham-
pion Wilfred Brown and chal-
lenger Lonis Thompson today did
light calisthenics and wound op
their training activities ha excel-
lent condition far tomorrow
night's IS round 13S pound
championship boot at the Pana-
m Gym.
Thompson has keen the moro
Impressive of the two dnring
workouts. He has been handing
bis sparmates a rough timo
throughout the sessions. Ho ap-
parently is irked at the msautaf
some have ridiculed him beeaasf
he quit against Brown in a non*
title bout and lost the local light*
weight diadem.
Louis is out to prove eencln-
sively that he b the beat local
135-pounder and will be aiming-
for a knockout. However, Brown
the more experienced of tho
twois confident of winning
whether by a kayo ar by a deci-
sion.
' A six-round semifinal contest
between lH-pounders Victor Ar-
dines and Chirisui's courageous
Luis Santiago should prove a ha
just as interesting as h. main
bont.
Two four-rounders wUt com-
plete the card. In the opener AI
Hostia and Victor Asprilla, lll-
pounders, will swag ponchos
while hard-hitting Fidel Morris
and lanky Alberto Marshall wtO
try to knock each other silly la a-
special 12*- pound fonr-raa "
CUTICURAus,
Fight Results
Thursday Night
PHILADELPHIAterry Moor*,
ltltt, Baltimore outpointed Otis
Graham, lit, Philadelphia, 8.
NEW TOR* (Snaaysido Gsr-
den)Carmine Flore, 144, Brook-
lyn, knocked oat Tony Allegro,
139. New York, 8.
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BOXER'S PURSE HELD UP FOR FAKE
Steel Can Pay
Higher Wages,
Hold Prices
, WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 UP I
Economic Stabiii'er Roger L. Put. I
nm sa:tl today the steel industry
can pay the CIO United Steel
Workers a jjnsiderable" wage
Increase without raising prices.
He told the joint Congression-
al Economic Committee that hcl
did no', want to prejudge the
steel wage ca.-c since the Wage]
Stabillzaiion Bo?.rd now is study-1
ing the union's demand for ani
18'-cent hourly increase and
Other belief t?
But M said he and retiring
Price Stabilizer Michael V. Di-
AN IND15PIOT)ENT^^lfes|DAILT NEWSPAPK*
Panama Atitericati
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe1* Abraham Lincoln.
fWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 1951
FIVE CENTS
Hershey
Students
Favors Quick
And Farmers
WASHINGTON. Jan. 26 (UP), ma-.i's statement that the ar- UMT be started now with per-| AFL spokesman George D.
>H< > Mirinml the lnriu v.. rnnciri.rViVi. ahVorntion ra- Draft Director Lewis B. Her-,med services manpower goal for .sons deferred from the draft. But Riley said his organization op-
ritv-- Irri n nav some waee shey suggested today that Con-July 1. 1953. is 3,700,000 men. apparently It would Involve six (poses UMT unless the law pro-
paclty
increase
tee,'Uwhl.'n"nu^t7neTreport'onvith men deferred from the
President Truman's economic re- draft students, farmers and
commendations by March 1. that others.
ithot a Drice increase gress let the armed services start j Previous estimates had put It at months" of training for youths,vides for an
m also told the commit-,universal military training now 4,000,000. Iwho cannot be spared for the! -------------
expiration date.
full 24-months draft nerlod. 'C*.U<4nlo CUnnrtoA
Hershey testified before the, while this group would Include JClieOUie vnungC
Senate Preparedness Committee farmers and others
commendation.', by March 1, that others. Senate Preparedness Committee farmers and others with oc-; r_ I _____* _
he hopes rome action toward lift- He also warned that the Army, which is looking into the man- ocupational deferments, by far|rOl inspeCimq
ing conliols can be started in a Navy and Air Force eventually"power situation. He said there the greatest number of eligible / L* I I A
vear or year and a half. might draft veterans to meet are enough men available to lg-year-olds would be found VehlCleS 111 Ail
meet are enough men available to I isJyear-olds would
meet military needs through the am0ng students.
March draft call of 30.000 men
but that two months of 80.000-
law whnh penrits manufacUir- nd as many men as had bean UEkK.TBffttl3oSec-
ara to ra.e tneir prices to coyer anticipated. t io- -*-"f-?I C. -- S2S
He did not elaborate, but may)."-*
have referred to President Tru- '"*
vices Committee. The anti-UMT|a six-months training program
year or year and a half. might draft veterans to
As Ptunam was testifying, the their manpower needs.-
White House reported that Mr. I But at the same time, Hershey
Truman has not relaxed his op- said there has been "some indi-
position io the so-called Cape- cation" in the past five weeks (man calls would be "precarious."
hart amendment to the controls that the armed services will not, Meantlm r.Uttlou, flnd i,bor
r whnh penrits manufacUir- need as many men as had beta),, *
ers
most cost increases since the Ko-
rean War.
White House Press Secretary
Joseph Short made the state- i#i
ment when *sked about reports UA/.rriia (lanCITIiin
that the president has given up UCUIUIO rViailillIOII
his fight to have the amendment'
repealed. Short said the admin-
istration can d" nothing about
increases already granted, but
docs not want to sec any more.
Putnam tnld the committee
the 95,000.000,0(10 tax hike
sought by Mr. Truman would
be helpful In fighting infla-
tion if it i* "spread fairly."
Defense Department spokes-
Vehicles In Ancon
A new schedule /or the ins-
pecction of commercial vehicles
men have said they hope to start I at the Ancon and Cristobal
UMT next fall with 60,000 vo-1 garages of the Motor Transpor-
lunteers. But they also want the j tatlon Division will go into ef-
volunteers to agree to be called feet Monday,
to active duty immediately after
Gels Mistrial
On Bombing Charge
witnesses Included Jay Warren
!Kaufman, DrexelHill, Pa, pastor,
who appeared in behalf of the
I Presbyterian Church, and CIO
land AFL spokesmen.
Hershey was not asked to
and stay in service for 18 months
the length of the draft term.
CIO Secretary Treasurer James
B. Carey told the House Com-
mittee that enactment of a UMT
Drogram now under "momentary
?laborate on his suggestion that hysteria" would be a "tragedy."
ATLANTA, Jan. 2 (UP)The
trial of the "No. 2 man" of the
Georgia Ku Klux Klan for the
He said taxis which are "pro- bombing of a Negro house end-
perly levied' aro deflationary. ed In a mistrial early today.
He foresaw increased Inflation- Fulton superior court Judge
ary pressures this year due to an Walter C. Hendrlx ordered the
additional $30.000.000.000 spend-. mistrial for Charles H. (Chuck)
ing program by the armed forces. I Klein, 41-year-old Imperial see-
But he tboucnt within two years retary to Klan imperial wizard
military spenolng should reach gam Roper,
a plateau" r.rtd these pressures
.
Starting Monday and con-
tinuing through Feb. 8, Ins-
pections will be made at both
places from noon to 4 p. m.
Monday through Friday.
Starting Feb. 11, the regular
Inspection hours will be re-
sumed, with inspections being
made from 2:30 to 4 p, m. Mon-
day through Friday.
New vehicles will be inspect-
ed at any time during the re-
gular repair shop working
hour.
Illinois Primary
Is One Horse Race
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26 (UP) either senator into the race or
Sen. Brlen McMahon (D- with McMahon's withdrawal,
would stirt f-lng off. The jury> which had been dl- Conn.) withdrew from the II-1 One of the President's callers
He ure.ed Congress, however, to rected to continue its delibera-1 linois Democratic Presidential yesterday Jerome Duggan of| t^ CMe Q tn 47-vear-Old
strengthen" vage-prlce controls tions i^t night when no hotel' primary in a surprise move yes-, St. Louis, Mo., an American Le- Panamanian who is charged with
ind cont'nue them for two years, ^pace c0Uld be found for its 1 terday because he prefers that gion official said he thought, embetslemerit was bound over
The
Judges' Bench

(P*te7:
Rain, Snow Subzero Cold Hit US
By UNITED PRESS
New flood threats arose In
soggy California yesterday, while
the uppsr Midwest dug out of
snows that had claimed 23 lives.
Warm winds from the south-
west rotted 11 severe cold wave
in the nation's mldsection, but
the cold move on into northern
New England where the mer-
cury dropped below zero.
New rains were general over
California and the heaviest in
12 years in the San Joaqun val-
ley. New tlood crests were build-
ing up in the Sierra Nevada
Mountains
Streams and rivers In Merced,
Madera nnd Tu'are counties were
out of their ranks, threatening
rich farmlands of the central
valley.
In Merced County the boiling
water rolled ever six or seven
square miles of farmland and
more thwi 150 homes were eva-
cuated. In Madera County sev-
eral streams were running brim-
ful. I
No relief was In sight as the
bay area also got more rain. San
Francisco now has double the
11.03 Inches which Is normal for
this time of the year.
In South Dakota Gov. Sigurd
Anderson began a survey to de-
termine whether an "operation
snowbound" would be needed to
save livestock stranded In the
blizzard And cold of the last
week.
Anderson said the livestock
problem was "serious," with cat-
Light snow drifted over the
northern stales Friday while a
tie unatl to get through snow-
drifts to rea^h haystacks in the
fields. He said it may be neces-
sary to ise bulldozers to break
trails for the stricken stock.
One reoort nanded to Anderson
estimated that at least 2,500
head of cattle died In the storm
in Trlpp County alone.
In the Eas' the mercury drop-
ped to 1 low of 22 degrees at
New Yorrt City and Caribou, Me.,
had 11 below aoro.
VIES FOR QUEEN Miss Nancy Sasso, popular member of
the younger set, ha her eye set on the crown of the queen
who wBl rule over the Colon Centenary Carnival celebra-
tions. Tonight at 9 friends and supporters will be polling all
the votes they can garner for her in the Club Monaco, where
______ the polling is due to take place.
and
members, reported at 12:15 a.m.! President Truman run for re-1 "the Democratic Party would
He >lsn appraled tor "public
cooperation" in- the anti-in- 'it" was "hopelessly deadlocked, election. Imake a serious mistake if they
flation fight and asked house- Klein was accused of plotting His action collapsed a prom-, didn't nominate him."
wives not U> buy 'expensive the dynamiting of a home which Ised test of strength In Illinois | Other developments:
l\SP* they t" n2i 1? \ 1 had been bought by Wegroes in for 8en. Ests Kefauver (D- The Democratic town com-
The wage boards hearings in a Borderline" section last Tenn.) who said earlier this'mittees of Middletown and Man-
r~St21 75? VehSei when the March- week that ne ta S cndldate for Chester, Conn unanimously in- ^t AmadoY/ls aYfeVed tohVve'
,,-it Lm fiiSTnreJnHnV it Tr*nk Castllle, an admitted the Democratic Presidential no- dorsed McMahon as their choice' taken $185.90 of the club's funds.
?S2.w. i hila if orT.m, former Klansman, testified that. mination regardless of whether for the Democratic Presidential! Bail was set for $200 and the
*?? .rlmiepd annual Kleln nlisted his aid in the Mr. Truman runs again. nomination. defendant Is now in Jail.
S"er to ,*b'/r rnnrfsX, dynamiting "to straighten out Mr. Truman's latest word on I Kefauver. on his arrival at During yesterday afternoon's
^SyCrin*Twlirmfletoew t&M Negroes on East Ave." the subject Thursday was thatCincinnati, O., told reporters he!session in the Balboa Magls-
ine neanngs will move 10 new -,.,.,. .0,H w. Hpnn. nlth'h nrnhahlv mill annnimr hl U tn fh rare fnr the T>mn- lratf Pnnrt M.ri-nn..... ..,i,,.j
yesterday to $he U. S. District
Court at Ancon.
Celso Rafael Madronero, who
was employed as bartender in
the Chief Petty Officers' Club at
vnrir nn n\>h ~i nrhtr. th indu Castllle said he drove with he probably will announce his Is In the race for the Demo-
t Ji "nre4nt tu Mde The another Klansman. James, plans by April 29 deadline cratlc nomination to the fin-
uniorT has set Feb 24 as the Knight, who was indicted with | for fUlng for U. S. senator from|lsh "against President Truman
deadline for a possible strike if Klein, ^to the indicated address, MlssourL
no settlement is reached.
King Gives Canada
First Home-Grown
Governor-General
and they lit a four-foot fuse! McMahon had been expected
attached to several sticks of to have strong Democratic ma-
dynamlte. > chine support and the filing of
j his name had been widely ln-
He said he heard the bomb terpreted as a move to take
go off as they drove away. The some of the luster out of Re-
house was untenanted. fauver's candidacy.
Klein denied any knowledge! The withdrawal left a clear
trates Court, Madronero waived
preliminary hearing. The gov-
ernment was represented by As-
sistant District Attorney Kay
or anyone else who chooses to
run." He declined to say whe-1 Fisher,
ther he will enter Ohio's May I
8 primary. Also heard yesterday by the
Gen. Douglas MacArthur wired ., Balboa Magistrate were two
John B. Chappie, Ashland, Wls.,' charges against Rodolfo Jackson,
publisher and national head of, a 22-year-old Panamanian. He
10
"Fighters for MacArthur" that
he doe not want his name en-
of the bombing and said the'iieid m Illinois' April S Demo-itered In anv state prlmarv for
Klan always stood for law and,cratlc voting to Kefauver, the
order.
LONDON. Jan. 26 (UP).The
appointment of Vincent Massey
as the first Canadian governor
Local 900 Holds
as tne lint, cnnaaian Kuvrmui .. .. .
general of daada.has been ap- Opeil-AlX Meeting ed the
fnrrmbA^\nGnS^e.:;Sunday At La Boca !,l?ougrtr^u.rwaoruyidevneont
terda.V._____ __ have heen hinrilno- on th ilota'i
Tennessee senator who gained
national attention as chairman
of the televised senate crime in-
vestigations.
the same time, It minlmlz-
lmportance of the Illln-
..Massey succeeds Field Mar-
have been binding on the state's
A mass meeting will be held, 60 delegates to the Democratic
shal Viseount Alexander of Tu tomorrow afternoon at the La: National Convention In Chicago
n!i,,v,ri,r ha. ho._ ..n-rt-rt I Boca ball park bv Local 900, GC- next July.
*&SK?l? .hMv..bef5 XSSr. EOC-CIO, It was announced to- Jacob M. Avery, Illinois De-
unofflclally to be in line
the post of British
minister.
for
day.
H>fenv> ""H. mocratic National Committee-
The meeting is scheduled to man. said his state's 60 eon-
Prime Minuter Winston Chirr-'? 4 pm with ^.dward A-' vention votes almost certain-
Prime Minster Winston criur- Gaskin, president of the local,' w will to to President Tru-
chill has held that office since and CIO International Repre-i man if he wanu reiUinil
the return of the Conservatives entative Ed K. Welsh listed as Tion renomlna-
to power but said he would do: the sneakers I V w. D.. u .
Sinouncement Indicated that Forces employes during the ,7 r.nv ki,i r 2E2SSL2? L
assey, who from 1935 to 1945 meeting on a series of confer-, LXi H nL? S 5
was Canadian High Commis- enees held recently with Canal _*2- "Lf. &ri)no ^?.,?
stoner In London, would take Zone authorities and U.S. Army y outslder< including Kefau-
up his new post immediately. I officials here. ,,,., ,,.
________________________________I Arvey Insisted the regular II-
' 1 linois Democratic organization
^J2*^f5) had nothing to do with getting
Seat the Hest%^4
ttitMexsatiipoHfa myi
the Republican Presidential no-
mination.
Midwestern Democrats met in
Kansas City, Kans., for a two-
day conference at which they
are expected to adopt a reso-
lution urging President Truman
to run again.
Anti-administration Southern
Democrats indicated In a sur-
vey that they want neither Mr.
Truman nor Kefauver as the
1952 nominee.
was found guilty of stealing a
57-cent can of lacquer from the
Panam Canal Commissary, and
also of striking an arresting of-
ficer.
1 For petty larceny Jackson was
sentenced to ten days in Jail. And
on the battery charge, filed by
Pedro Miguel traffic policeman
W. B. West, he was fined $13.
According to the police, the de-
fendant was apprehended after
he stole the can of lacquer, and
when policeman West was sum-
moned to make the arrest, Jack-
son struck him... .
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chafe with Mexaana. Sooth-
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Amylum* base checks itch, sting.
You feel marvelous relief
and feel it fast! Use it often.
Mother Dies Before
Soldier Sons Arrive
Gal omoiina r^if f,^,
Mibum-iai Majuana Skin Cnmm

KNOXVILLE, Tenn., Jan. 2ft
(UPiAn Invalid mother died
today Just 20 minutes before
one of her two homecoming
3oldier sons arrived at her bed-
side.
Cpl. Marion Ellison, 22, a Kor-
ean war veteran, arrived home
to find his mother, Mrs. M." B.
Ellison, dead of an aliment
which had plagued her even
through a Christmas reunion
which Marlon and another adn,
James.
James, a sergeant, was ex-
pected to arrive by plane to-
morrow from Austria, and fune-
ral arrangements were delayed
pending his arrival.
Shortly before she died, Mrs.
Ellisons husband wheeled her
into the living room to make
sure that her sons were not
! already home. She lapsed into
unconsciousness and died be-
tore Marion arrived from Fort
McPherson, Ga.
The soldiers' were granted
emergency leaves last Chrlst-
. mas to visit their mother, who
I was paralyzed.
Men's Fellowship
To Have Chaplain
As Guest Speaker
Col. Harold R. Schulz, chief
Chaplain of UBARCARIB. will be
guests speaker at dinner of the
Men's Fellowship of Margarita
Union Church on Monday at 6:30
p.m. in the Margarita Club-
house.
Col. Shu la. who recently re-
turned from Washington where
he participated in a series of
special conferences under the di-
rection of Army Secretary Frank
Pace. Jr., will speak on the char-
acter guidance program of the
U. S. Army.
Canal Rejects Bid
On Official Type
Hoirses Too High
All of the bids submitted by
local contractors for the con-
struction of two official type
houses, at Balboa Heights were
rejected* because the bid prices
were too high.
Announcement of the rejec-
tion of the bids was made Fri-
day afernoon by Colonel George
K. Withers, Engineering and
Construction Director.
The bidders were Framoreo,
Inc., whose bid price was the
lowest of those submitted,' Pan-
pacific Construction Corp., and
Tucker McClure.
Newcomer Leaves
For Two-Week
Budget Hearings
Governor Newcomer will leav
this weekend by airplane fo,
Washington, D. C. to attenl
budget hearing of the Hous
Appropriations Committee t
Panama Canal Company an
Canal Zone Government bud
gets for the coming year.
He expects to return to ti
Isthmus within about twj
weeks.
During his absence, Lt
Herbert.D. Vofel will act
Governor and perform tho*
duties of President of the Pan
ama Canal Company which re-
Louisiana grows more sweet ,
potatoes than all the other states late to the company's activities
of the Union combined. on the Isthmus.
GANDHI AND NEHRU The above photomontage, showing
the late Mahatma Gandhi and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru,
was released today by the Hindustani Colony Association of
Panama City in observance of the fifth anniversary of the
Republic of India. All Panama and Colon stores owned by
East Indians were closed today while local Hindustanis
celebrated the holiday.
"Be sure they are White Horse"
There is no whisky like Scotch Whisky and no finer Scotch
than White Horse. It is distilled amidst the highlands of
its native Scotland; aged, matured and watched over with
unceasing care by men who have the inherited instinct of
generations to guide them. At the club, at home, wherever
you may be, you show wisdom by ordering Scotch whisky
.. and prove your experience by asking for White Horse
byname.
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pleasure to remember a joy to see again
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