The Panama American

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

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newspaper   ( marcgt )
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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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oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification:
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System ID:
AA00010883:01372

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ONE STOf
SAO PAULO
AN INDEPENDEN*^
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DAILY NEWSPAPER
Panama American
"Let the people know the truth and the country i saf1
Abraham Lincoln.
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CANADIAN V/HISKY f
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T WENT Y -SEVENTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 1952
FIVE CENTS
Foreign Cop Joins Missing Man

Canal Releases Data
On New Rate Increases
(NEA Radio-Telephoto)
FURY IN CAIRO Smoke rises from building in Cairo, Un*, a? ^^^p"1"8,,^1"^11.^
mobs set many structures on fire during riots. Sixteen were killed and 80 1 njured in the
violence, which was dlre-'.cd mainly against bu sin?sses owned or frequented by ipreigners.___
(NEA Radlo-Telephoto)
EGYPTIAN CAPTIVE A member of the Ismailla, Egypt,
auxiliary police stands with his hands on his head, after he
was captured by British troops during the fighting which
caused 41 deaths and touched off the Cairo riots. The
British quelled the uprising with tanks., <
* *
Peacemaking Moves Afoot
In Anglo-Egyptian Dispute
LONDON. Feb. 2 (UP)Bri-
tain has already moved towards
reopening negotiations for set-
tlement of the Anglo-Egyptian
dispute.
The British Embassy In Cai-
ro has been Instructed to pass
on to the Egyptian government
the following suggestions which
Britain believes would help re-
store conditions under which
negotiations could usefully be
started:
1) The proposed bill to arm
the Egyptian population-should
The
Judges' Bench
Two Army enlisted men were
fined $25 In the Balboa Magis-
trate's Court yesterday after-
noon for disturbing the peace.
Chester Ferman Godwin. 22.
and Donald Jack Hash. 20, were
found guilty of arguing and
fighting in Rodman.
Daniel E. McGrath's
Resignation Accepted
WASHINGTON, Feb. t (UP)
President Truman today an-
nounced the acceptance of the
resignation of Daniel E. Mc-
Grata as VS. District Attorney
of Panam, Canal Zone.
be dropped. The bill still lies on
the table of the Egyptian par-
liament;
2) The Egyptian government
should scrap the Dill under
which anyone who cooperates
with the British could be im-
peren ed;
3) Egypt should take effective
measures against "Liberation
Army" units which may conti-
nue to harry the Suez Canal
Zone.
United States Secretary of
State Dean Achason reportedly
wants negotiation! to start as
quickly as possible on proposals
for four-power defense of the
Suez Canal and for the future
of the 8udan, along the lines
agreed on in Washington by
Acheson and British Foreign
Secretary Anthony Eden.
These plans have been re-
vised to propose that the de-
fense of the Suez Canal become
port of a larger defense scheme
in which all the Arab states, as
well as Egypt, the United States.
Britain, France and Turkey
would take part.
Meanwhile the British For-
eign Office said Britain is fly-
lng three trailer fire pumps to
Cairo at the Egyptian govern-
ment's request.
They will replace fireflghtlng
equipment lost in the Cairo
riots last Saturday.
In all the British government
will hand over to Egypt six
large and 12 smaller fire pumps.
They will be flown from Bri-
tain as soon as possible.
The Sunday American tomorrow starts
carrying a full sized, full color comic supple-
ment.
It is the first Panama paper to offer its
readers this feature.
In doing so it further widens its lead in
news, features and entertainment.
RP School Term
Extended; Capital
Back To Normal
i ..
. Panama City was back to nor-
mal today.
At noon today President Aid-
blades Arosemena and Education
MssUstAr altttfd their signatures
Simultaneously all students
under arrest were released and
police charges against them
were withdrawn.
Minister of Government and
'Justice Miguel A. Ordonez said,
however, the release order did
not include non-students arrest-
ed during the two days of dis-
turbances which followed a stu-
dent demonstration protesting
the closing of the school term on
Jan. 31.
The decree Issued todav re-
1 vokes the clause m a previous
.executive decree which closed
the school year at the end of
January.
During two days this week po-
lice and-students clashed follow-
ing a demonstration-along Cen-
tral Avenue Wednesday.
Flag-bearing students-, defied
policemen who tried to restore
order and clear the way for
traffic.
Central Avenue store were
closed all day Wednesday follow-
ing the first clashes with the po-
lice, but most of them opened
Thursday and Friday, /keeping
their show windows boarded or
barred with wire mesh.
Boarded and barred glass win-
dows were not In evidence today.
Canal Couple
Lost 24 Hours;
Found By Cops
i
An American couple who "got
I lost" yesterday at noon while
hunting in the Gamboa area,
were found at 1:3) p.m. today
by Canal Zone police who had
been combing the
late last night.
Capt. Gilbert. L.
year-old Canal pilot, and his
wife were in good condition to-
day although bitten by. insects,
after they spent last night near
a river on a rock bed.
1 They left their home In flan-
boa at noon yesterday fVr a
"jungle hike" and to do some
hunting. When the couple fail-
ed to return by 8 p.. their
disappearance was reported to
the Gamoa police.
An immediate search vbf the
area began and at 11:15 p.m.
the car that the Frlttsee left
home In was found about half
a mile past the penitentiary
papaya plantation on the Co-
coa Plant Road.
Pedro Miguel polite, were
alerted this morning and were
patrolling along Madden Road,
and dogs were also sent out in
an attempt to locate the couple.
The Frittses have two daugh-
ters. Patricia, five, and Katrlna,
2\2 who .had been left in the
cert of their maid and a neigh-
bor.
Rate increases designed to
place the "commercial" activi-
ties "of the Panama Canal Com-
pany on a break-even basis will
be made effective March 1, it
was announced yesterday af-
ternoon at Balboa Heights. The
Canal release follows:
"Chiefly affected will be such
general services as marine
bunkering, stevedoring, and the
handling and transfer of cargo
over the piers.
"Only three price changes will
generally affect Individuals or
retoil customers, these being two-
cent increases on gasoline and
cigarettes which have already
been announced, and an In-
crease of 50 cents a month on
residence telephones. The car-
ton price of cigarettes will be
Increased only 10 cents or one
cent a package.
"In connection with the rate
revisions. It was announced
simultaneously that the charges
being presently made for care
of grounds around employes'
quarters will be a responsibility
of the Community Services Bu-
reau.
'This change will not affect the
'Anarchists' Deem
UN Talk Fruitless,
less Eggs, Tomatoes
charges for the care of grounds
presently made on order for
private individuals, commercial
companies, or others. Except in
these cases, the grounds around
Canal Company quarters will
be considered as public grounds.
"The following briefly sum-
marizes the rate changes:
"Oil handling rates, including
Marine bunkering, will be In-
creased to 12 cents a barrel, or
20 per cent, on all products
handled for use In the Canal
Zone or by shipping. Oil hand-
ling rates for petroleum pro-
ducts going to the Republic of
Panama will not be increased.
"Stevedoring rates, which
have never been adjusted to a
cost basis, will be increased
from 45 cents to 65 cents per
ton, approximately 44%, while
an increase of eight per cent
will be made for transfer cargo
handling, or from $2.40 to $2.60
a ton.
"No changes will be made in
the rates of the Hotel Washing-
ton, but room rents at the Tivoli
Quest House will be Increased
by about 10 per cent. The new
dally room rates will range from
$3.00 for a single room without
bath to $9 for suites. Rates for
double rooms will be from $4
to $11 for suites. \
"The rate Increases on tele-
phones will affect both private
Korean War Is
US' 2nd Oldest
In 20th Century
TOKYO, Feb. 2 (UP)The un-
declared Korean war today be-
came the second oldest war in the
20th century history of the Unit-
ed States.
It has now lasted one day
longer than the period United
States troops fought during
World War I.
The Korean casualty figures
continued their grim climb this
week as Communist flak knocked
13 United Nations planes from
North Korean skies. Another
plane was lost through mechan-
ical failure.
The latest official United
States casualty figures total' 105,-
000, Including 18.000 known dead.
Thousands of others He in un-
marked, unknown graves.
This week's air war score was
heavily in favor of the Commu-
nists. They lost only one Mte-
No United Nations planes were
I
-w
r /
Famed Detective
Arriving Today
The eight-day-old hunt by Panama and Canal Zon
police for missing Swedish shipping magnate Gosra Vide-
gaad was broadened today with news that Harry Seder-
man, Sweden's top-ranking detective, was en route to
the Isthmus to make a personal investigation into the
strange disappearance of the Hotel El Panama guest.
The United Press cabled that Soderman had left
Stockholm and would arrive in Pane ma today via PAA.
The report said he had been retained by private in-
terests in Stockholm.
Soderman is expected to con-
tact local authorities Immediate-
ly upon arrival.
Both Panama and Canal Zone
Investigators have been baffled
by the case.
Since last Friday morning,
when Videgaard left his room at
the hotel to "take a walk." the
police have combed both Pana-
losTIn" dogfights, but Redj flakj ma and the Zone dry without
knocked down five Mustangs, digging up even a trace of the
shlp-
mgs,
Jets,
two Meteors, two ThundeiJ
two Shooting Stars and an In-
vader.
One Sabre was lost through
mechanical trouble.
United Nations fighter bomb-
ers claimed to have destroyed or
damaged during the week:
60-year-oW. grey-haired
pine executive.
Police said today they had
practically discarded the murder
theory because so far they have!
where Videgaard had reportedly
been seen. The tip from an Army
employe at Fort Kobbe. could not
be corroborated and the police
found nothing although they
scoured the banks of the canal at
that end in the event Videgaard
had fallen Into the water.
A control house operator also
informed the Canal Zone police
that he had observed a tourist
"who looked something like Vi-
degaard" taking pictures at
the Locks Friday morning. Ho
could not positively identify
the man, however.

not even found a motive.
"In addition." one officer Panamas Secret Police picked
said, "if it had been foul play >ip a camera among Videgaard'*
and oiiice telephone*, ucefa. Of-' bne"locomotlve, 45 boxesrs, 506 we certainly w ffce telephone rates %ill be In-'road vehicles, 32 gun posts and, orne trace of it by new." QUist f'd lat night that he-
creased $3.00 a month and office 100 Communists. The authorities admitted how-; knew Videgaartl .possessed two
telephone extensions, si. ,. all lines were cut in ^ve^W ws^urt asjat Xj^
V
PARIS, Feb. 2 (UP) Persons
calling themselves the "Associa-
tion of Anarchists" showered
the General Assembly with raw
eees and tomatoes just as the
United Nations adjourned this
afternoon.
Half a dozen "anarchists" sta-
tioned in the broad gallery over-
looking the UN debating cham-
ber in the Palais de Chaillot be-
gan throwing pamphlets, raw
cees and tomatoes at the dele-
ctes.
The meeting broke up In con-
fusion as French police rushed
into the galleries.
This was the first time such a
thin* had happened at a-Paris _
United Nations meeting, though here on the last leg of their
- ,y rues, "".
-*-
Isthmian Society
Agog Over Prospect
Of Royal Reception
fa solution today as thev" w*rea? f$*Wto JtH$her1e fiad
last week when they opened the; along wit hipa.
Investigation/ The missing man was en route
Panama Investigators revealed! ronl L^a Jiia home in Stock,
that Videgaard's secretary. Ake holm when ne stopped over at
Tomqulst. advanced the possi-
bility the missing: man may be
a suicide. He gave as reasons the
fact that Videgaard has "had
business worries."
They quoted Tomqulst as say-
ing that Videgaard had lost mo-
|ney In con truc t Ion ventures in
Peru and also in his shipping
| company, the Universal Line, of
which he is president.
Local detectives, however, said
suicide seemed unlikely for two
reasons:
1) the tone of an un ma i I'd
isthmians will be treated to a; that refers to royal "{,
royal visit June 25 when Britain's being dusted off and dragged out JeMer foHBd Jn h|g room JndJ
Princess Elizabeth and the Duke, for ready refnee I c,ted no ,nleida, intentions.
of Edinburgh will pass through; ..Tb_e Projeoted jis.t_ to the
Panam for a few days to confer
with his shipping agents, Norton*
Lilly & Co.
Tornquist said that in addition
to his ships and other Interests
in Per Videgaard also owns one
of the biggest office buildings in
Stockholm.
Corporal To Stand
US Court Trial
For Manslaughter
ice wiio had
e area since
lrl''i 32-
ilot. and his
"world eitisen" Garry Davis and
his followers broke up a session
in 1948 by trying to make
speeches from the gallery.
The pamphlets today were
printed on cheap white paper
ard sld:
"Politicians who talk too
much:
"While you make speeches
men are dyln in Korea, Burma.
Indochina and Tunisia.
"Enough of speeches. People
wait peace.
"The people of the colonies
must be freed.
"And we say with them that
we do not want to die neither
for Stalin nor for Truman.
"The opDressed of all coun-
tries, united In a real Third
Front, cry out: 'For your hypo-
crlcv. you rweakness and your
tv'!"l,m you are all war crlm-
three-month Journey to the far
places of the British Empire.
Although London has not yet
released their Panam Itinerary,
it is known the couple will re-
main three days.
British officials here are cer-
tain that a reception will be held
at the Legation, and there will
probably be g program planned
for the visiting royalty.
The 8J3. Gothic on which they
axe travelling often transits the
Canal In normal service. In the
United Kingdom-New
route.
Already the coming royal visit
has started Isthmian ladies won-
dering what they would wear for
Isthmus of Princess Elizabeth
and the Duke has set local old-
timers reminiscing of another
royal visit 'way back in 1927.
According to Mrs. Lewis B.I"
An American corporal has
been bound over for trial In the
U.S. District Court on a charge
of Involunary manslaughter af-
n addition, they pointed out.jter probable cause was found
checks, blgvesterdav afternoon In the Bal-
2) the absence of a corpus
delecti.
Moore "of" BVl"bo"a'}blUs ln n|s wallet and was talk-boa Magistrate's Court.
Heivhtx who renorted for The.lne of stopping at Cuba and Flo-
PuuunaI American onthe events,""'da en route to Stockholm. Also: The defendant. 23-year-old
rSdfSfowed cWonthe heels he slipped a note under his e-Clifford M. Doc ken is chareed
of the oresent Klne and Queen of cretery's room saying simply with being responsible for the
EnelandI durhve tneir stop here that he was eolCB for a walk. death of Mrs. Jessie Blanche
in the sprlne of 1927 the royal! "That doesn't sound like a man Myers. 72. of Ft. CUwton who
couple created a considerable stir ready to commit suicide," police, was killed when Docken's car
in social circles.
THE MAIL BOX
BALQOA HOES
Sunday, Feb. S
High
9:19 a.m.
9:42 p.m.
I.OW
3:21 p.m.
$:38 a.m.
WATER-COOLER PROBLEM SOLVED
AFTER 'MAIL BOX' LETTER
Mail Box Editor.
The Panama American,
Panama, R. P.
Dear Sir:
One of the most valuable and sacred heritage-of a Democracy
is freedom of the press. Most of the problems of the world today
can be traced to some form of mlsunde,?tand'.,-.i The existence
of a medium whereby this misunderstanding may be dissipated
Is an essential cell ln, and a tangible asset to any democratic
society.
The saving attributed to one of the rreatest benefactors to
mankind. Abraham Lincoln LET TH-: PEOPLE KNOW THE
TRUTH AND THE COUNTRY IS SAFE holds as true today
as it has held true down throughout the ages
The community of Panama and the Cana) Zone can well
afford to be proud of the priceless mrdium pt forded them In
The Mall Box Column of The Panama American, to voice their
dissatisfaction over the Inequities that assail them from time
to time.
Many of us at times are apt to be critical when a certain
attitude or policy of this newspaper has falle! to serve what
we term our better Interest. It Is also proper for us to give praise
where praise is due.
The invaluable service rendered bv The Panama American
ln giving publication in its Mail Box column to the recent Water
Cooler Grievance of bachelor building l?o. 07tm of La Boca, a
grievance that was brought to a satisface, ry vitlement for those
iffected, cannot fall to arouse the most lnctrc admiration and
gratitude for the gallant and useful service that The Panama
American is giving to this community. Long Uve The Panama
American and The Mall Box column!
"BUILDING 7H
At that time they were the
Duke and Duchess of York, and
on their way formally to open
Parliament House in Canberra.
The Queen. Mrs. Moore revalls,
the sLTelv occasion and*rumor was extremely pretty and im-
ha, it that mS have rushed pressed everyone with the lovely
out to bu^mttorial sXble8 for PM&glOgSdettg she wore.
presentation to a princess. SfH^^iSjES
The problem of "to curtsy or here *Jf.nd ,"" Ah"
not to curtsy" Is also being re- health of their little^ daughter
hsu-hed by these ln the know. Elisabeth, who was less than a
Emilv Post book" >|* great excltement at
the British Legation which was
opened officially to the public.
(Continued on Page 6, Column 6)
Plundering Story
Probed In Tunis
TUNIS. Feb. 2 (UP> Tunis-
ian Premier Mahommed Chenik
today launched an official in-
quiry into the alleged plunder-
ing of an Arab village by the
j French police.
' A cabinet communique said
that Chenik sent a special en-
voy to Cape Bon peninsula to
the village where the Incident
reportedly occurred during the
week-long police roundup of
'suspected Nationalist agitators.
TncIo-Chinese Rebels
Get Huge Armaments
TAIPEI, Formosa, Feb. 2 (UP)
Chinese Nationalist reports
'said today that more than 75-
1000 tons o war supplies have
been moved into Indo-Chlna for
, Viet Mlnh by Chinese Commun-
ists.
They said that the equipment
Included 50 Russian-made ra-
! dar-controlled a n t i -aircraft
guns, and that most of the
material was heavy ammunition
1 and big guns.
said. crashed into the car in which
The Canal Zone authorities she was a passenger on Jan. 18.
meanwhile had given up their Ball was set at $500. Docken's
search around Miraflores Locks attorney is William J. Sheridan.
DISTINGUISHED VISITORS are no rarity A the office of -
The Panama American but oldtlmers whose service goes back
to the birth of the paper said this morning's visit from
madonna-eyed Conchita Moreno (in striped Jacket) was the
fust from a lady bullfighter. The lithe Spanish toreadora
111 deal with some of the four bulls to be fought Sunday at
4:30 p.m. at Panama City's bullring In San Francisco de la .
Caleta. Conchita will share top billing with swashbuckling
Arm U lit a of Spain, (left!, who has won Isthmian crowds In
.scent Panama fights. This morning she was welcomed at j
The Panama American office by news-staffers Hindi Dia-
mond (next to Armlllltai and Olive Brooks (right), both of
whom admit they could become aficionados.



CAGE TWO
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2, IMS
*
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rOUNDID NIUON OUNilVILl IN IIJ1
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THIS IS rOUR FORUM THI RIADERS OWN COLUMN
THE MAIL BOX
Tha Msil ix ii an an (arum tar naden at Tha Panama Anar-
Iran. Latter arc rccci.c* Brarstulfv and ara honalea in whelly ttn-
(rfential mannar.
If you contribute a lettai on r be impotient It it ottn t op pen the
aesl a.y. Lartert arc publuhc* in tha rear received.
Picas try t keep tha latter limit.d to on asae lenftn.
Identify of letter writer ii held in strictest cnridnt.
Thi aweai .num.i no raannbility far ststtmaBts or oainicm
ciprancd i letters htm reden
'
THERE MUST BE REASONS
Labor News
And
Comment
Off on the Right
*
By Victor Riesel
| Ancn, Canal Zone.
Sir:
These are the days when people wonder what the next day
will bring, and WHY, so like the others the writer wonders why
certain things are as they are.
. Why dont the ruMng tribe In the Canal Zone come out like
n)en and tell the people that It Is their ln'ent to drive the Ameri-
can employes out of the zone, so that they, nut fill their places
with local rate employees, an un-Orgatilzed groupe that can be
exploited to fill the coffers of the Panam Cnnal Co., and blow
up the ego of a lot of public-educated would be experts.
Why are the local rate employees of the Commissaries being
put on a part time basis? Can It be so that they can be deprived
of the. little leave time they might earn, ro as to add some more
profits to the Panam Canal Co's take.
Why did the Panam Canal Co. ask 'or exemption from the
orice," control law? Could It be so they could take the lid off the
Commie's and go all out to see how much they could gouge the
employee's out of for the Inferior class of iunk they buy through
the Hester Street push cart peddlers?
, -Why do they misrepresent the advantages of the Canal Zone
to prospective employees so as to get them to sign two year con-
tract? Could It be they know that otner wise salt! employee's
Would never stay here when they found out how things are? No
wonder one never hears of one of the big wheel? agitating for a
hjehway to the States.
Why do they allow gambling In the club houses in the form
o pin ball games, especially when they are run for private pro-
fit and then make it a crime to sell the tan] lottery tickets of
the Rep. of Panam on the Canal Zone? Could it be possible
that some self rightous individual has an interest In the pin ball
games?
IWhy do the post offices have to be closed on Saturday, the
day when so many people are off from work and would like to
upe them? Other departments run seven days a week. Why not
tie post office six days?
y Why Is nothing done by the police to curb the nincompoop
!>y walkers that infest the streets in Balboa and Ancon? Or to
curb the excursions of the riff-raff that prowls the Zone night
and day?
Why has nothing been done to educate the parents of little
children who allow their children to run wild and never look
Where they are going? A sad case just accured. It's a wonder
more sad cases have not happened on account of little children
wobbling all over the streets on blcycle3 and roller skates, espe-
cially at night. _
Why did the powers that be close up the services at Far Fan
beach? If they dont want to be bothered with It why not set a
lental low enough so that some one wouid rent It and give a lit-
tle service to the people who like to go there? After all a small
return is better than none.
Why have an ever growing Personal Burea.i whoe's actions
ma'.;e more dis-satisfied employee's than satisfied ones?
Whj Issue endless streams of ldentiiicatton cards, why not *?.*J'
sue one that good for everything? It seems that the un-; cnicago.
Educateo old timers was able to do so:
Why go to a huge expense to Install traffic lights that are
supposed to work automatically and then station a man to operate
them by hand? Mas no one ever heard of changelng the operat-
ing mechanism so that at certain times iff the day the Intervals
wui be different? __
Why? Why? Why?
WOULD ANTI-TRUST LAWS APPLY TO CANAL COMPANY
Mail Box:
When I view all the changes in our local government, I begin
to wonaer what form of government I am living under.
The local rate employees of the extinct Building D Division
are all let out and rehired under another hearting and at a lower
rate. Some of the other employes are given a raise of a few
cents an hour and then put on half time. People who have work-
ed for the Canal for many years, looking forward to security,
ilnri the income tax undermining their meager stipend. Even
their bonds are taxed. Hospitalization is dented them.
In the Housing Division, army families are jerked out of the
type 201 house in the Gaviln Area and put :r. Diablo Hts. Ba-
chelors and families are forced through a one hundred percent
raise in rent in Diablo to take the houses in Balboa as fast as
thty are vacated.
Under what form of government does this sort of thing hap-
pen?
At one time it was considered a socialistic experiment here
in tne Canal Zone. But no more. I thought perhaps capitalism
lad crept in. I looked It up In the dictionary No that wasn't the
answer.
Then I tried "trust." One definition is "any combination of
businessmen designed to create a large corporation with a view
t restricting competition or developing a monopoly".
The Panam Canal Company certainly has a ready-made
Aonolopy. And do they use It to push the people around. Perhaps
the "anti-trust" law can't be applied to vhe US Government but
the voters had better clean out the government. All those who
have a residence In the US had bettter vote so we can have a
decent government In the US and the Canal Zone.
A Voter.
I bump Into this character
one day and remember him
from the old days when he
was go-between for a tough
mob and a union then being
terrorized. I ask it he's got any-
thing exclusive.
"Nothing but women and a
50 ft. yacht, and you're wel-
come to both," says he, grin-
ning.
There used to be stories from
the old chap In his rougher
days, but now he's a million-
aire, a huge real estate holder
and purveyor of luxuries which
I turned down although the
fellow meant no harm.
It's just that Ms millions
came out of the edge of
the rackets, and his dirty
magnanimity is to ease his
conscience, since his early
tactics smeared many a
good union and corrupted
some union officials who to-
day might otherwise be
crusaders instead of crooks.
Let me say here that my
revulsion is shared, I learn
this week, by scores of union
chiefs who are weary of the
crowd which still has con-
nections and is using labor
to make some "easy" mo-
ney, running into bundles
of $10,000, in small bills.
In fact, from all over the
nation comes word that the
unions are policing their fields
now that most of the blg-
tlme mobsters have been freed
of the contempt they had for
the Senate crime probing com
mittee.
In the past. It Was enough
for any shady character to
make a "connection" and an
honest union chief was called
by some tough hood and told
to lay off any further Investi-
gations.
Just before he was knocked
off in a Jersey coffee Joint,
Willie Morettl ran Into a union
chief who was trying to prune
some toughs off the union pay-
roll. Willie said cut It out
but was rubbed out too soon
to do anything for his friends
who don't work there any more.
A couple of Sundays ago a
black powder bomb went off
outside the magnificent new
Amalgamated Meat Cutters
union headquarters In
Best guesses art that the
mob running the million dol-
lar horsemeat ring left its sizz-
ling visiting card as warning
to cut off opposition to this
grim new Industry.
REALISTIC VIEWPOINT SOUGHT
The Editor
Panama American
Panama City, R. de P.
Dear Sir:
It Is satisfying to note that a Congressional Committee Is in
agreement with the great majority of Isthmian residents in de-
ploring the Canal Company directorate's decision to place a pro-
hibitive rate on Canal Zone Junlr College tultitlon as evidence of
failure to give consideration to realities
It seems to me, however, that the glaring shortcoming re-
vealed in this matter is the fact tha*. the policy typifies the I
amazing indifference of the Canal Company to the fundamentals
of sound public relations. Repeated announcements promulgat-
ed since the Company concept came Into being have been con- i
Sicuous for evidence of complete disregard of the fact that this
ganlzatlon, like all other agencies whether private or public,
depends upon a reservoir of good will.
The series of policies and procedures e\ olved from the panicky
concentration on the part of the Canal directorate upon the .
ledger are amazingly blunt when formulated as public announce-
ments. There seems to be revived in this organization the policy
of a segment of private Industry that was outmoded at the turn
of the century"The Public be Damned."
i It Is recognized, of course, that the Panama Canal Is with-
cat a satisfactory and workable precedent upon which to base
a.f-atlsfactory public relations program. The agency has always
been notably weak In Its employe relations in contrast to the
refaction In that- field displayed by other U. 8. Government
In the same field.
; None but the directors of the company is convinced that it
ls> the Intent of Congress to saddle non-Canai agencies and gov-
ernment employes with Panama Canal deficits from year to year.
However, if the directorate Is not to be diverted to a more real-
istic viewpoint, it Is suggested that Its Irrationalities be accorded
public relations appraisal prior to reaching the stage of public
announcements. The bull in the china shop course of action is
unnecessary and Is dangerously damaging wherever pursued.
There Is no valid reason why Panam Canal announcements can-
nt be so framed as to imply that even within the Canal organi-
sation there are, though presently dormant, symptoms of human
WelUgence.
Leaders of this union in
effect told the mob to go
jump in the Chicago lake.
Officiate of one butchers
local voted to expel mem-
bers who misrepresent
horsemeat as beef. Further-
more, the unit warned that
any shop asking its people
to shill for the horsemeat
ring would lose its union
card thus putting the
market on the unfair list
"for this type of cheating."
That says it just as it
should be said.
. No South Side Chicago butch-
er will sell horsemeat even If
it's so labelled and pushed
legally across the counter.
Other butcher union officials,
aware that the mob was setting
up illicit slaughtering joints In
barns, farm yards and some
packing houses (Just as they
went in for bootlegging way
back when), have been order-
ed to police union markets.
These union leaders have full
power to throw a market on
the unfair list wherever such
violation Is found.
Up in Boston the other day.
the anti-racketeering action,
though less dramatic, was just
as tough.
In terse talk, the CIO's exe-
cutive vice-president told CIO
chiefs theme that the CIO na-
tionally was seeing to It that
no employer was high pressur-
ed Into costly support of lab-
or papers.
Talking to the convention
of the CIO Retail, Whole-
sale and Department Store
Workers union, Allan Hay-
wood warned them to "keep
it clean" and to "watch it."
He didn't want any em-
ployer told that a high
priced ad in a labor public-
ation would bring labor
peace, CIO favoritism or
result in a special product
being pushed in retail
stores. He told the union
not to hire professional ad-
vertising solicitors, who
would hustle money by the
unspoken threat of sabo-
tage of retail merchandise
on sales counters.
* ciuiuiLY eASIHN6T0N
MERRY- (50- ROUND
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I
HeGd Lines
By BOB RUARK
.
NEW YORK.It Is just as well for personal other. Boundaries were always changing and
peace of mind, I keep tt-lhng myseli, that old they kept harping in tne books on something
age is Just over the hill, and it the J'ints creak called "the balance ot power."
and the breath comes gaspingly, fine. I know what It's supposed to be, now, but no-
I would not care to be a child ;hese days, apart body has seen It work In actuality,
from global uncertainty and the lowering threat And so I figure that if I was dumb then, when
of an atomic Humpty Dumpty perched precari-
ously on the wall.
The vast amount of learning, up for juvenile
absorption, staggers the brain.
You are looking at the mecuanlcal dullard who
never quite understood why H, when doubled ano
Introduced to O, turned out damp instead oi
solid.
' A nice lady named Mrs WlUlams come to
think of it, she was the oi.ly lolly scientist I ever
metdecided finally tha'. I was a moron,1 che-
mically, and ceased trying to stuff me with acids
and kings and slch.
She quit on me after the only thing I ever
mixed in a test tube blew up and burnt a hole
in the marble laboratory slab. Even then she
worried about the atom falling Into the wrong
hands.
It was the same way in mathematics. I still
cannot see any sense In A p:us B equalling the
cube root of Z If magnified to the NTH power.
This is idiot talk, thought i, counting rapidly
on my fingers to find out why John had two ap-
ples and Mary only had one It seemed durned
selfish of John, at the time, and I believed him
to be no proper gentlemu:i.
Fractions left me as 3ddled as an economist
in Washington, and such highfalutln folderols as
trigonometry and integral calculus were as dis-
tant as the stars and tul. e a.; dim.
Economics, as taught in college, aroused a deep
suspicion in this youthful breast, and I discover
later that I may have ryen u;ht. Lord Keynes
sounded phony then and time has proved his
spendthrift theories no mcie sound. At least none
of his disciples have made h I had an awful time with the Punic Wars and
the Wars of the Roses and the Wings and Tories
and Roundheads and Monarchists and Pharoahs
and elements and things. ^ %b4bbV
What puzzlea me i.... ily was the fact that
things were pretty simple, and WW I was still
referred to as The Great Warwhen the atom
and the jet and the guided missile and the
snorkel sub and antibiotics and mechanical
brains and all the other -tepchlldren of physics
were fuzzy dreamsIf I couldn't dig it then I
sure couldn't dig it now
You see by the papers here nigh-school chil-
dren in New York are goirg to get handy dandy
little samples of radioactive elements to play
with in the labs.
The atom bakery in Oak Ridge Is going to ship
up some batches of Iodine, phosponu, sodium
and cobalt, tresh from the oven.
The boys and girls will now get radio isotopes
to play with instead of spltbaUs, and while they
say none of the stuff is sericusly combustible,
I'm not so sure.
With my cunn-thumboo talents, I guarantee
I would have found a wuv to blow up Manhat-
tan.
Notice, too, that they deal today In rare earths
called lanthanum, cerium, praseodymium, sama-
rium, gadolinium, thulium, erbium, terbium, dys-
prosium, and ytterbium. Oh, one ounce of ytter-
bium does not a prison make, but I bet it smells
awful in a retort.
And how about this here now estradiol cyclo-
pentypropionate they give cows to increase the
milk output? Who can "pell it, let alone pro-
nounce it?
As for a spirited recitaron on global politics,
the oil situation, Indian politics, the Russian at-
titude toward everything, the sterling areas, war
In Korea, who Is up to what Ja Indonesiawhy,
rise up, little man, and speak your piece.
Tell us how to bake an H-bomb, sis, using only
i mathematical formula and tl-* sun for a pres-
sure cooker.
While you discourse so learnedly. Uncle Robert
will be lounging in the nearest bar & grill, re-
every time somebody gJt through with one war fleeting moodily on the reaction of hop to malt
he hustled off and starts! or at least invited an- and the joys of an unlearned old age.
Truman's Choice
By Joseph and Stewart Alsop
WASHINGTON. President Truman has at
length made up his mind nut to run again, if
unusually authoritative sources close to the White
House are now to be believed.
All sorts of factors, ranging from Mrs. Tru-
man's health to the President s own sense of hav-
ing made his contribution, appear to have enter-
ed into this grave decision
But it says much about Truman that the main
the President Is reported to have put the other
Democratic hopefuls through a sort of elimina-
tion contest.
The first and Immediate casualty was Sen.
Estes Kefauver of Tennessee, whom the President
both dislikes and thinks not strong enough for
the job he is now seeking.
The runner-up, to whtm. long consideration
was given, was the President's friend, 8en. Ro-
Drtw Pearson Says: Administration pressure stymies
justice probe; Truman's doctor helped alleged Com-
munist collaborator; Denveritcs cool toward tele-
. vision.
WASHINGTON. One reaso* for the extra-tight secrecy
during the House Judiciary Committee's debate on probing the
Juttice Departament was that the personal doctor of Presiden
Truman, MaJ. Gen. Wallace Graham, was. In volved.
Also, Attorney General Howard McGrath used Just about
every lobbying trick In the bag to prevent the probe, and certain
congressmen dld't want It known how abrupt.') they reversed
themselves because of administration pressure.
Among these was chairman Emmanuel Celler of New York,
who had Just notified the President that he was going to do what
he did not do investigate.
The dynamite regarding Truman's personal physician was
tossed into the closed-door committee discussion by congressman
Kenneth Keating of New York, who told how Gen. Graham had
tried to keep the notorious Rumanian. Nicola Malaxa, in the
U. S. A.
Keating has alleged that Malaxa has sent Jewelry to Ana
Pauker, Communist premier of Rumania, has collaborated both
wit hthe Nazis and tne Communists, and has had so much drag
with Moscow that he Is the only Rumanian businessman able to
get $2,000,000 out of that country.
A CIA report found In Judy Coplon's purse also showed that
Malaxa made Field Marshal Goerlng's brother a partner in his
business before the war.
Nevertheless, the Justice Department save Malaxa a favorable
report, putting him In a preferred position to become a permanent
resident of the United States.
Tills recommendation, Congressman Keating, told the Judi-
ciary committee, was based partly on an affidavit from Mal.
"Apparently this man (Malaxa) up as a fine fellow."
"Apparently this man (Malaxa) reaches into high places,"
the New York Republican told his astonished colleagues.
"I want to find out how high and who his sponsors are
besides Dr. Graham. I also want to find out who in the Immigra-
tion Service wrote that report clearing Malaxe."
NOTE: Once before, Dr. Graham faced Congressional charges,
and admitted speculating on the commod.ty market. Unreproved,
he was later promoted by the President from brigadier general
to major general.
On one occasion, Malaxa came all the way from New York
to Washington to get a physical checkup by Gen. Graham.
HOT WIRE-PULLING
About ten days before the hot debate inside the Judiciary
Committee, its chairman, Manny Celler of Brooklyn, went down
to the White House and warned the President that he was go-
ing to investigate the Justice Department.
He told Mr. Truman that he was under great pressure to
make the probe arid, as a matter of courtesy, wanted the White
House to know he was proceeding.
The President, however, urged him to hold off, even promised
to remove Attorney General McGrath.
"I'm going to clean this thing up," the President said, and
told Celler how he was appointing McGrath as ambassador to
Spain, replacing him with Judge Justin Miller.
The President talked at some length about what an able
man Miller Is and how everything would be cleaned up, thus
making Celler's Investigation unecessary.
Thereafter, powerful Influences went to bat for the attorney
general. Including his law partner, Senator Green of Rhode Is-
land, and Cardinal Spellman of New York.
Thereafter, also, the President reversed himself.
But, despite the fact that no change has been made in the
Justice Department, Celler did exactly the opposite of what he
told the white'House.
He pulled all sorts of wires to block a Justice Department
probe by his- committee, even postponing the first vote for five
days to give the administration time to high-pressure all Demo-
cratic members. .
' "BACKWARD" DENVER
Few American ertles have contributed more to Western
culture than Denver. Colo.
Since the day when Buffalo Bill hitched his horse In front
of the Windsor hotel, the colorful Rocky Mountain metropolis
has given the nation such famous figures as Judge Ben Lindsay,
novelist Gene Fowler, and maestro Paul Whiteman.
President Truman, therefore, pricked up his ears when it
was suggested that he include Denver in his Point 4 relief pro-
gram for "backward areas."
The proposal was made by Indiana's puckish, redheaded
congressman Ray Madden as a Joke on former congressman John
Carroll of Colorado, now a White House adviser.
"All right. 111 bite why does Denver belong under the
Point 4 program?" inquired Truman.
"Oh, it's a backward area, sure enough. Mr President," re-
plied Madden, dryly. "John Carroll here teth me that Denver
doesn't have a television station."
"That's because we're waiting for the TV programs to im-
prove." bantered Carroll, with a grin. "Folks out my way are
awfully particular." .
BRASS HAT WITNESSES
So many brass hats have been attending congressional hear-
ings some as mere messenger boys that Secretary of Defense
Lovett has cracked down on them.
What made him do so was when Sen Lyndon Johnson, Texas
Democrat, stopped a secret hearing on tank oroductlon to count
the number of military assistants backoiopplng the witness.
He counted a total of 14 military personnel, actually out-
numbering the Senators and their staff.
One colonel had the sole Job of flipping over pages, while
another colonel pointed at charts and statistics to illustrate
what the witness was saying. ... ,_ v* .._
This outraged Johnson who had already complained to tne
Pentagon about having "more chiefs than Indians."
As a result of Johnson's wrath, the Secretary of Defense
hastily wrote a private memo to the secretarles o the Army, Navy,
and Air Force.
"I am convinced," wrote Lovett, "that much can be done to
reduce the numbers of officers attending hearings.
"It appears that a general or flag officer should attend a
hearing only when he 1 to be a principal witness on matter of
policy or when the legislation is of major importance. Attendance
of hfcih rlnking officers as observers or as witr.ecses on unimport-
ant legislation should be held to a minimum."
John O, Publk.
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test, as he himself defined it. was how best to bert 8. Kerr of Oklahoma. Kcrr had his energy
Insure the continuity of a stroi>g and construe- and the certainty that he would be a fighting
tlve American foreign pol of Truman say that he lias become almost ob- But against him were the fact that he is utr
sessively preoccupied with th::= single, dominant terly unknown to the mass of voters In the great
problem In recent months Industrial states any Democrat must carry to
In confiding his decision, aj he has In fact win. and the even more damaging fact of his
done to more than one p. rson ;hc President has record on civil rights.
not made it absolute. He has cited the remote The elimination contest therffore resulted in
possibility of the outbreak oi another war or the long meeting at the W.ilte House between the
some other unforeseen b'it critical development President and Oov. Adlai Stevenson of Illinois,
requiring him to "stay on the Job Its purpose was, quite frwikly, for the President
But he has been definite '-noogh to convince to look the Governor orer. and to review with
sound Judges that he will not yield to the many him the main problems that would arise If he
and heavy ordinary pressures from party leaders became the Democratic n'.mlr-er.
and others who may wan' him to run again. According to the tame authoritative sources,!
And he has indicated 'hat he will make his the meeting between Truman and Stevenson was
decision public and thm final 'n the relatively eminently satisfactory to both men.
near future, within a matier oi week. Hence, unless some unforeseeable development'
In the circumstances, the President has inevlt- Intervenes, the Presiden!, can probably be ex-
ably devoted much time and thought to the pro- pectd not only to take h'mseif out of the race,
blem of his successor, who wli! have, aS he right- but also to throw the great, weight of his influence
ly conceives, the main responsibility of the lead- behind Oov. Stevenson's candidacy,
ership of the free world. With Stevenson thus placed in the race as the
President's preferred nominee, the Kefauver
He is determined, at all covts. to prevent the candidacy, which mainly appeals to the same
election of Sen. Robert 4. Taft, whom he regards groups as Stevenson's would, ought to fade ra-
as a wholly unreconstructed isolationist. ther rapidly,
And fond as he is of Sen. Tart's chief Repub- Sen. Kerr, an active dark horse will retain
llcan rival. General of the Army Dwlght D. Efaen- strong backing in the Mid-West and in parts of
hower, the President Is also convinced that a the South.
victorious Elsenhower will br.ng into Congress It is conceivable that the President may re-
too many Republicans ot the isolationist school, verse his present tendency and decide in the end,
causing the General's world views to be quickly if not to support Kerr, at least to leave the race
rejected by his own party. open.
The President's first chelee not unexpectedly, But even if there is an open race, Kerr is un-
s said to have been Chief Justice Fred Vlnson. likely to be able to stand up against Stevenson's
But the Chief Justice, as previously forecast in appeal as a moderate and sane progressive, as a
this space, has in recen months lost wbatevei brilliant administrator of a great state, and as
Inclination he may once have had to descend' the vote-getter who ran nundreds of thousands
lot of characters soon will dls-'from the bench into the rough political arena of votes ahead of his own ticket to carry Illinois,
cover. When this disinclination was clearly signified, by a margin of nearly 600.000 In IMS.
Hay wood reported he has
been travelling about the na-
tion with this warping to all
CIO unions. This racket was
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CIO, he warned. Stay away
from business men.
With men such as these, there
are no "connections" to be
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ISTHMIAN CHURCH NOTICES
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Methodist
lilt Mr-.I'HOlMb'l CHURCH
iHriti'h Conferenre
Minister Wllilam H. Armstrong
:wi in Morning Prayer nd Sermon
8:00 p.m Sunday School
'.:uu Men Meeting.
7 IS om Evening Prayei ana Sermon
1'UINITI MKTHOD191 CHURCH
1th Street and Melenos? Avenue.
rlev Norman Pratt Mlnuiei
Colon. RJ>
He* Norman. Pratt. Mlrurrtei
Sunday Services at 830 am ana 1:14
p.m.. Sunday School (or all age* at
D.m
Mono*) I JO o.m Weekly Prayer
Medina '
iBCNtZKK MKTHOUISI CHURCH
Slvar City, CZ
Sunday Service. II am and S:15 p.m
Sunday School lot all ana* at (JO pm
Tuc-rtm 7 30 n m Prayer Meeting
Youi Invitation To Worship'
bible School ............. 8:48 a.m
Worship ............... HOC a.m.
Training Union ............ JO p.m.
Worship ............... 7*0 p.m.
Prayer Menina iTbure.i 7 30 om
Seventh
Adventist
Day
Sunday 11-00 a-n. Pint Third Wed-
SEVENTH-OAY-
Weekly Service >n all Chucease,
as follows:
Saturday SaObath School IHUa
Divina Wjrship U-00 am Youth Meet-
In; 4J0 o.a. ,
Sunday Bible Lectura 7:80 p.m Wed-
nesday Bible Studs and Prayer Ser
vice 7 JO p.m. _
Pacific Aide Panam 4k Balboa
English "hurchea R T RanHln. Dis-
trict Pastor
Churches Cabo Veide. Ave. J. F de
la Osaa; Jamaica Society Hall; Chorrillo;
Rio Abajo; I ueblo Nuevo, Balboa Chapel
0844 Oavtlan Rd Balboa (Saturday
Meetings only I
Panama Spanish Church J. R. Cas-
tann. Pastor: Calle Darien.
Gamboa .n. Fritle- A. A. Grizzle.
Pastor.
Allanlli Side
English Churches S F Clarke. Dis-
trict Pastor
Churches Coln Ene""- Third Street;
Cristobal English, lfilh St. A Bolivar
Ave.; Cri.M-.bal Spanish 16th St A Bo-
livar Ave
Charchas of the many faittlt In the Canal Zone, and the tarmlnel
cities of Panamo nal Colon, Republic of Panama, extend welcome
I ell times to man and woman ot ha armed services, end to civilien
neighbors, triends end strangers.
As public service, the The Panama Amaricen lists below, ky
denomination, notices at hours 4 worship and other regular activities.
l.asYlnga are rotated from time to time. Denominations having
only one or two tiaootggejHoRt ara listed undei "Othai Churches And
Services." A speciol listing it included for services ot Army poets.
Air Force bases and Naval stations.
Ministers, church secretaries end chaplains aro asked to inform
the news desk by Wednesdoy noon at the latest of any changes fat
the coming Saturday's church page.
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MJKKMKR CU THtMAM CHURCH
The Church oi Use Latearen Hoof*
H. T. Bernthal. Pastor
M0 Balboa Rood. Balboa.
Sunday School and Bible Class a a.m.
Worship arrice 10O a-m., -Come Thou
With Us and We Will Do Thee Good. A
friendly welcome wall all inttora Hot-
luck upper second Sunday each month
IJO p.m.. game night fourth Sunday
1:10 p.m The Service Center, open Wed-
nesday through Sunday, extend a cor-
dial welcome to all militar narannnat
Catholic

Union Churches
Where all Protestants coagente nth
unity In essential, liberty In bob-
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rtU ATLANTIC SID
CrtstoksrJ
The Rev ftulllc Havener Pastos
Phone 3-1413
IS Wnrhlo enrice nd Church-timt
8:00 Young People MeeUng
Gatun
ourwrv
The ttov J. William L Graham Past
Phone 5-885
8:00 9 JO Broadcasi on HOK; HPSS
and MON
0:45 Sunday School
11 I Worship Service
r>:0 Christian Endeavor
Margarita
The Rev Henry Bell. Pastor
Phune 3-14gg.
JO Bible School
10:45 Worship, ervlce and Churcb-ttmt
oursery
JO Youth rmowship
THE PACIFIC SIDE
Balboa
The Rev. Alex.uoei H Shaw, Pastor
Balboa Rd. at Sar Pablo St
Phone 2-1486Church Office 2-3230
t JO Church Sebuoi. Free bu service
10 JO Worship .ervice, Junior Church,
Prlmarv Story rfoui Church-time Nur
8:00 Chi Hho-Seriioi HI Fellowship
6.00 Post Ml Fellowship.
Gamhoa
All services at the Gamboa Union
Church, corner of Galllard Highway
and Sibert Avenue.
The Rev Raymond A Gray. Minister,
Phone g-130.
t:30 Sunday School.
10:30 Morning Worship
Pedro Miguel
Rev Raymond A Gray aa Stated Pas-
toral Supply.
IJO Sunday School
40 Vesoers
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NATIONAL >**"!IS1 t-HUKCHfcO
Panami Baptist Prayes Meeting iua,
a.m. Divine Service. JO a.m. Divine Ser-
vice 7:15 p.m and Serving oi The Lord's
Supper at both Service Sunday School
1:00 om
Moya Baptist La Boca, C. Divint
fcervlce 11:00 a.m and 7 JO p.m. Serving
the Lord's Sup pel at both Service Sun-
day School at von o.m
New Hope. Chiva-Chiva. C i... Divine
Service 11:00 .m Sunday School at
1:00 om
Rev. N. Brow. Mutates
Gaasuua. L.i Oivine Service* at 11 Ml
m and 7JO om with Sunday School
si 3:00 n.ra
Rev. A ff
(Usted below are the Caoiouc Churches
in the Canal Zone and those in the ter-
minal cities of Panama and Colon who**
jongrsgatlone are primarily English-
ipaaking Beside these, the Cathedral tn
Panama City, the Cathedral ol the Im-
maculate Conception In Colon, and num-
erlo." parish churches In both cities, wel-
come English speaking visitors, though
their congregation are orlmarUy Span-
uh-speaking i
ST. MARYS
Balboa
Sunday Masses 5:46. 8:00, 10:00. 11:00.
13:00 a.m.
Benadiction: I.-00 p.m
Holy Day Masses: 5:55. 8:00. 11:10. 11:55
ajb,
Confeaslona. Saturday3JO, 5:00 pm
7:00. 8:00 pm Thursday foi First
Friday-7.00. 8:00 p.m
Miraculous Medal Novena Monday at
7:00 p.m.
Rosary ovary evening at 7:00.
SACBD lit ART
Aneoo
Sunday Maaaea. 5:55, 7 JO. 9JO am
Holy Days: 5:55. 7 JO am
Confessions: Saturday3:30. 8:00 p.m.
7:00, 8:00 pm. Thursday for Firl
Frlday-7:00. 8:00 pjv
Sacred Heart DevotionFriday at 1M
p-m.
ST rEBESAS
Ogata
Sunday Mass: 8:30 am
Holy Day: 8:00 am
CURUNDU CHAPEL
Curundu
Sunday Mass: 8:30 a-m. a
Holy Days: 8:48 am
Conicasions: 3JO. 8:00 pm. Saturdaya
ASSUMPTION
Pedro Miguel
Sunday Mass: 8:30 em.
Holy Days: 6JO am.
Coniaaalons: Saturday7:15. 7:48 pm
Rosary: Monday. Wedneaday and Satur
day at 7KM pm.
Catechism Classea- Sunday-10 JO.- U JO
em
ST,
Paraso
Sunday Mata: 1J0 am
Holy Days: 5:45 am
Confessions: Saturday 3JO. 4:00 pm
Roaiary: Tuesday7.-00 pm
Cs tech lam Classes Sunday-10 JO. 11 JO
a-m. _
-. VINCENT'S
Panami
Sunday Masses: 8:00, 8:80 am
Holy Days: 8:00. 8:30 a.m
Confessions: Saturday3JO. 5:00. 7:00.
8:00 p.m
Before Holy Daysi 7 JO. JO
Roaarv everv evening: 7:00 D.m
ST JOHN BAPTIST De LA SALLE
Rio Abato
Sunday Masaes. 8 JO. 8 JO m
Benediction: 4:00 p.m
Holy Day Masse. 5:45 am
Confession: Saturday3JO. 430 p.m. -
Friday after Miraculous Medal No-
vena. -
Miraculous Medal NovenaFriday 7
Rosary:' Monday and Wedneaday7JO
BJB
ST. rHKRESF.'O
Sunday Maes: 7:00 a.m. Holy Day Mam:
Sii a-m.
Sacred Heart Devotions: Friday 7J0
Confession: Saturday-SJO. :00. 14*.
8:00 p.m.
Rotary every evening except Tuesday at
7JO Dm
COCO SLITO PLAYSHED
Pastor. Rev Wm J Flan. CM.
; ............... 1:48 am
Holy Day Mata............ *> '">
Sunday School............ SJS a.m
Service Thursday night." .. 7:48 o m
CunfeIon hefnre Mam
CHURCH OK nil HOC* KAMILY
Margarita. C Z
Rev WIlMaro J Finn CM
Episcopal
Rio Abaje RJ* Sunaa> School at
8:00 om
COCtnU HAJTISl CHURCH.
Building 111 Bruja Road
W Y Pond Jr Pastor
Sunday school .......... 8:48 a m
Preaching Service .......... IS-.45 am
1 raining Uniot.......... 6:30 p.m
Preaching Service ...... 7 JO pm
Brotherhood 7:08 pn Monda,
fraver Meetln
Wedn.
lday
enday
REDEMPTION MATUn CHURCH
26. I' Street
IBeaioe the National Imututei
Box 1441 Panama City
Rev Jose Prndc Ciders Pastor '
SERVICEJ. IN SPANISH
Sundav Service
Sunday School ....... 10:00 am.
Preaching SerVii ..... 1J0 pm.
Wedncdav Blhw Study 7JO om
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elatS'l OAPII&l < III KCH
Balboa HeighLs v c
827 Ancon Bouleverd
Orewei B" Balboa HelsM
Phone Balboa 1727
"Vim Chareb away frees siai
with wtlrtm lam a frlendlV
William H
Sunday School ........ 3b am
Morning Worship ........ 10 45 am
Baptist Tralnint Union ... a-SO o m
Evangeiwuc service r-Sti om
Prayei Meeting Wednesday 1:30 om
WMS Bible Study
fhursdev ... a a w
Man'" Brotherhood
1 L' Monda lr mc-ntn fM on
ATLANTIC BAIT IS I CHUBCB
Bolivar Avenue al 18th Street
Crlatobal. CZ
urv Fred L Jones, fasta
MIRACULOUS MEDA1 CHURCH
New Cristobal, 4th O St.
Pastor. Rev Vincent Ryan. CM
Sunday Masaes. 7. 8 10JO am
Weekday Mam. 8JO em
Sat-, O0 am
Holy Day Msssaa. 6 JO 8 JO a.m.
Confessions. Roaary. nightly 7 JO pjn
Sunday School after' the I e.m Mata.
Miraculous Medal Novena enrlea -
Mon 6:00 A 7:00 pm
1st Sat Devotion, every Ut Sat after
Mas
IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH
Bolivar Highway. Gatun. CZ.
Pastor Rev Francis Lynch CM
Sunday Mast, 8 JO a.m.
Weekday Masse Tbura 6 JO amv
Sat 7:00 a.m
Holy Day Matt, 7 JO a.m
Miraculou Medal Novena ervlce
Mon 7:15 pa
lit Friday. Confession Communion.
1:15 p.m
Confession Sat 6J IJO om
ST. THOMAS' CHURCH
Gatun, Near Lock
Pastor Re- Francl Lvnch CM
Sunday Mass. 6:45 am
Weekday Masses Tue 4 rn 6:00 am
Holy Day Mam. 6:00 a.m.
Miraculou Medal Novan* service
Frl. 7:15 pin.
Confession Sat. 1:15 SJ0 p.m
1st Sat Devotion, everv 1M Sat after
ANCN, CJ1
THa, LAlllKDRAL O SI' CUKE
Ihe St. Rev. n, Heber Gooden. Bishop
The Very Rev Raymond T Ferris Dear
7 JO am Holy Communion
M am Cathedral School.
10:45Morning Prayer and Sermon.
(First Sunday of the month Holy Com
nunlon end Sermon.)
7 JO pm.Evening Prayes end Sermon
CRISTOBAL, 8LP.
CHURCH OF OUR SAVIOUR
ted St near O, Navy
Rev. Milton A Oookaon. Pastor
Holy Communion 7 JO a.m
Church School 0:30 a.m
Morning Prayer-Sermon 11.1)0 am
IH.C. first Sunday In the month I
Young People' Vcaper Service 4J|>
o.m.
Wedneaday. Holy Communion a JO D.m
Choir Kehearsal 7 JO am.
A House of Prayer for ail oeopis
COCOU
Church of St Aadrew
rhe Rev. David B Heed
Holy Communion J ..hi a.m
Sunday Scfuol SJg a.m.
Public Worship 10:45 am
[HC flrsl Sunday In the month i
Young People' Fellowship 4:00 pm
Choir rehearsal Wedneaday avanba*
it 6:30 p.m .
Women's Auxiliary 2nd and 4th lours
days at 7 JO p.m.
House of Prayer end Fellowship tos all
oeople
COROZAL
Good Shepherd
Ihe Ven A F Nightengale
8 JO am. Every Friday; Morning Pray-
er.. ; f
(H.C i"! FrtaajM
GAMBOA
St Slmea's Church
Rev. Anteaie Oakaa S.
Pedro Mtgecl -SU
Holy Communion .......... 10 JO a m
Sunday School ............. 3.00 pm
Youth Organizations 5:60 A SJ8 om.
Evening Prayer A. Blbbla
hid A 4th Sunday ........... IJO p.m.
Women' Auxiliary ........ 7:30 pm.
2nd and 4th Thursday
LA BOCA
> St. Peter Charca
Rev Lemuel B Shirley. Priest
S a.m.Holy Communion.
7 am.Choral Eucharist and Sermon.
IS am.Morning Prayer and Church
School.
5 p.mHoly Baptism.
7:30 pm.Vespers and
Communion Tuesdays and Thursdays.
1 a.m., Wedneaday and Fridays t am
Girl friendly S and 7 p.a Monday. I
p.m. Tuesday; Vesper nightly at 7. ex-
cept Saturday Compline 7JO Dm
MAJMAsUTA
St. Margaret's Chapas.
Margarita Hospital
The Rev MA Cookaon
Sunday School 8 am Evening Prayes
/ JO am.
Christian Scientist
CHRISTIAN a>VlENCb CHUKCHLS
inrt Church oi Christ Scientist Ancor
580 Ancon Boulevard
Sunday 11 JO; Wednesday gJti om
Sundav School IJO a.m
irst Church at Christ, SCicatkn, Crista he i
13th Street A Bolivar Highway
Sunday 11 JO am. Wednesday 7 JO pm
Sunday School 8JO am
Christian Scteace Society,
Civic Cantar Building
Sunday 11 JO am First A Third Wed
leeday 7 JO rjn.
Sundav Sef wl 10:15
Salvation Army
Panama City. Calle 1 ae febrero
Service at if a-m and 7J0 pm. (Mai
Li Boca: Sen tees at 11 am and IJi
o.m. Sunday School at IJO p-m
Red Tank: Service at 7 JO am Sunda
ichool at IJO D.m.
Services at.......- II am A IJO pm
Coln. KB) anreet
Sunday School at.......... 8 JO pm
Colon, sm Btraat___
Service at...... U am. A IJO am
Silver City
Service at ..,.............. /JO pm
Sundav School at.....IJO o m
:
Jewish
Jewish Welfare lloara, bidg. IIK-X. t
doca Road, Balboa. CZ Rabbi Nathan
Witkln director.
Service on Friday. IJU pant
(See alto llatings of Jewish atnvtce
indar Posta, Base and Statlotati
CongregaUon Rol Shearlth Israel. Ave-
nida Cube and 38th Street Bella Vista
Panama City. Rabbi Harry A Merield
Service on Fridav. B o.m
r ALO SECO
Charch of The Holy Ceaateetet
The Ven A. F. Nightengale
Every Moodap 8JO im Holy Com-
munion
PARASO
Rev. D. A Osborn
8:00 em Holy Communion 2nd Sundav
8JO am Sunday School.
5JO p.m Evening Prever' no end 4th
Sundays
Monday IHU p.m Youth Mooting
Wedneaday: 6:30 om Girif Friendly
Society.
HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
Margarita. CZ.
Pastor Rev William J Finn Cat
Sunday Masses 7J 0J0 em
Holy Day Mam. 6 JO am
Miraculous Medal Novena ervlce -
Mod. 7 jo pm.
instruction (oi adult Frt oo pm
Confession Sal 1:00 5 00 A 7:00 to
IJO om ___
SI. JOSEPH'S CHURCH
Colon. lOtn at Broadway
Pastor. Rev J Raymond Maohate. C M
Assistant Rev Robert Vlgnole. C M
Sunday Masses 5:45 A 8:00 a.m
Weekday Mam 5:45 am
Holy Day Masse 5:48 A 6 JO am
1st. Frl Mames, 5:45 A 8 JO a.m
Communion, vis e.m
Baptasm Sun.. 4 JO pat
miraculou* Medal Novena ervtoa
Wed et 8:18 A 7J0 p.m
Novena of the Sacred Heart Frl 1:15
om
Coniaaalons bal. 4J0 6J0 0-m A
7:J to 8:00 Dm.
Sunday School. :00 pm
Dlscumion Club Young men ot Pariah
Sun 3JO pm
Instruction tor adults seeking ten-
ledge of Ihe Catholic Church Mon
Thur at 7:15 p.m
1st Sat Devotion every let Sat after
ST VINCENTS CHURCH
Stiver City CZ
Paatu rlev Raymond Lewis. CM
jndsy Mame 4 A t 00 om
eekdsv Mam. 8 JO a m
Holy Day Masses 5:30 A 8JI> am
Sunday School. II JO ass
Miraculou Meda> Novena ervlce
rues 7 Jo ost
Baptism Sun 4 JO eon
Confession* Set 1J0 6-00 am A 7 JO
to 8J0 om.
Imtruction toe adults fue A Frl
I 30 pm
1st Sst Devotion every 1st Sel after
Mam
OUR LAD OF GOOD COUNSEL
Gamboa. CS
Feetm Rev Charle Jscods CM
Sunday Haste 7 00 A 8 JO am
teadsy Mimo 610 em
Holy Day Mease 6:45 A 6J0 em
Miraculou. Medal Novena ervtc* -
ue 7:00 pm
Sacred Heart Noven* ervlce Frt 1*0
ra
Cnnieeslon Sal IJO pm
1st Ut Devotion, every 1st Set after
RED TANK
Rev. D.A Oaborne A Rev CA Cragweli
11:00 am Holy Communion and Ser
mon 1st and 3rd Sundays.
11 JO a.m Morning Prayei ana add
at: Bad and 4th Sundays
3:00 am Sunday School ana Baptism
7 JO p.m Evening Prayer and address
nd and 4th Sundays
PANAMA CITY
ST. PAUL'S CHURCH
A t Nightengale. atU at.B.L.
and rhe Rev Hits Reginald AtwaP
Venerable Archdeacon
6.-00 am Holy Communion 8:ut 7 JO am Evenon and Sermon
CHRIST CHURCH BY-THE-gEA
Coln. R de P
(Opposite Hotel Washingtoni
The Rev Mainen J Peterson
SIB Rector
1UNDAY8.
g e.m Holy Communion
9am Choral Eucharist and Sermon
10 30 am Church School
'JO osa Snlomn Evensong A Sermor
eyEDNtSDAYS
4 a.m Holy Communion
7:30 pm Evensong ana) Sermon
6:30 om Adult Confirmation Cast
rnuRSUAYS
8 am Prayei Guild
FRIDAYS:
8 p.m Children's Eucharist
7 JO o m Choir Piactico
SATURDAYS:
10 am Children Confirmation Clas
7 JO o.m Compline and Meditation
GATUN
it George*! Charch
Gatun, CZ
Rev Snlnmop N Jacob
:45 am Church School
8:45 a.m Morning Prayer
10-00 am Holv Eurharlt no Ser Una-
rueaday
IJO a.m Holy Communion (Also Holy
Ja-, and Satan Days. I
Wednesday.
1:00 p.m Evening Prayer
6J0om St Vlncerif GulM
IJO om Choir Rehsnuai '
rhurwtav
Charch ot SI Mart The Vlrgta
Archdeacon Wnldnck Priest tn Charlie
Morning Prayei ..... 6 45am
Holv Eucharist and Sermor 7 JO e m
Church School ......... g JO p m
Solemn Evenaong ....... 6 JO p rn
Woman- Auxiliary 2nd Mondays
Order of St Vlnceni Acolite Guild
rueaday*
Vestrv Meeting tne rhuradays
Holv Communion I am Thursday
vensong 7 JO pm
Morning Prayer i am Friday Choir
Rehearsal 8 o m
Posts, Bases
And Stations
PACIFIC SIDE
Frottttaat
FORT AMADOR
Sunday School ................. 8:15
Morning Worship ............... 10:30
FORT CLAYTON
Sunday School Bldg. 154 ..... S.J0
Morning Worship ............... 10:50
U. S. HOSPITAL
Morning Warship .............. 8:00
FORT KOPBt
Sunday School ... ............. 10:00
Morning Wn-ship .. .............. 11 JO
COROZAL
Morning Worship .............. 10:00
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Bible School ................. 8:30
Morning .Vorship .............. 10:45
Youth Group ....'............. too
U. S. NAVAL STATION. RODMAN
Morning Worship-............... I0::o
Protestant Sundiy School ...... 8:15
15th NAVAL DISTRICT
Morning Worship ............v. 0:15
CtthoHc
FORT CLAYTON
Daily Mass ................. 730
Sunday Mass ................... 8:00
V. S. HOSPITAL,
Sunday Mist .................. 7:45
COROZAL ,
Sunday Mam .................1030
FORT KOHBE
Dally Matt.................. 7:30
Sundav Masses......... *0 and 8:00
ALBROK AIR FORCE BAS
Daily Mass .................. :15
Sunday Masses .. 7:00, IAS and 11.45
lewbm
FORT CLAYTON
Saturday ........ ............ JO
ALBROOK AIR FORCE BASE
Saturday ....................... 1:00
FORT KOBBX
Thursday .. .............. 7 JO
JWB. Balboa. C Z. '
Friday ....................... 7:88
ATLANTIC SIDE
Protestant
rORT DAVIS
Protestant Worship Service .... 8:00
FORT GUUCK _
Sundsy School .................. :00
Morning ',,-,( ....."vi" ,0:08
COCO SOLO NAVAI STATION
Sunday School...............' JO
' Protestant Worst.l" Service......11 :U
CatheUc
FORT DA VIP
Dally Ma- .................. 441
Sunday Mnss.................. 10:00
FORT C'JTICK
Sunday Mess .................. 8:30
FORT SHERMAN
Sunday Mass ......iiv;- 1,:S*
COCO SOLO NAVl STATION
Sunday Maes ............... *J0
NavalHrtolUl...............10J0
Jewish
FORT OULICK
Tuesday ...................... 7:00
Mother Who Feared
Menial Institution
Shoots Kids, Self
HUMTINOBURG, Ind., Feb. 2
who feared being committed to
a mental Institution shot her
three small children to death
today and then committed sui-
cide, state police said.
Authorities found tbe bodies
of the children in their mother's
automobile on Indiana highway
161, east of Gentryville. The
mother, Mrs. Virginia Baird
Rudy, 38, of Owensboro, Ky,
died In Stock Hospital here a
few hours afterward.
The children were identified
as Sally Rudy, 10, Kenny, 7, and
James Jr., 5.
State police said Mrs. Rudy
left a note saying she preferred
"this way out" rather than be-
ing committed to a mental in-
stitution.
They said ahe hot the chil-
dren in the head with an old-
fashioned .44 caliber pistol be-
fore turning it on herself.
Officers said they were trying
to get word of the tragedy to
the husband, James Rudy, of
Sorgo, Ky., near Owensboro.
At Owensboro a beauty shop
operator said the woman left
there about 10:30 a. m. after
she had her hair washed. The
beautv operator said the woman
seemed despondent and would
hardly respond to questions.
State police said they were
notified of the tragedy by a
passerby Lattie Warren, who
said he drove on after passing
the parked car which had
bullet holes in it.
Spencer County coroner Ros-
coe Metcalf, who returned a ver-
dict of murder and suicide, said
he found a note in the auto-
mobile which read:
"They have found me out and
are planning to send me to an
Institution for treatment. This
is best for all. It's already done.
Tell Daddy and mother to for-
give me If they can."
Signed Virginia.
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St Chinteghti's Charra.
18 St. Far. Lefevre
> Antelo Ornee S.
1*00 Me, Migas' l-JSg
Holy Communion .. 7:30 an
Sunday School ........ it:K
Baptism. 8 to a oat bid A 4tb Sun-
days
aSerun Prayer Btbte Studs a asa
i" and 3rd Sundays
Woman Auxiliary gno A til Sunday
' w p m
Other Churches
And Services
HAI1A I CL.NTt.ll
Apartment 1 Lux building J4tn Stree'
Panama Monday; Lectura and Dis-
cussions 8:00 om
Church ot Jotas Christ at Cattei Day
Saints (Mormon) Balboa CZ
Sunday School 8:80 in
Services It JO am
At JWB Armed Force Service Center
or* La Bnr Ptnad
Evening Service at 8 p-m at a place
of meeting announced el morning tor-
vice.
CHURCH OF CHW.1
utSl Balboa Road. Balooa
W Harland DilDeck. tvangellsi
Telephone 2-3SOZ
SUNDAY SCBVICES
Bible Clases tot all age iu:iio am
Preaching and Communloo 10:4 am
Preaching and Communion *> o>
lUDWgaat SERVICES
Blue Study ..... Wednesday )*
Ladle Bible Claa Thursday 1-48 oat
CHURCH OF CHBISI-Ole Crtsteeai
SUNDAYS
We meet in toe Amerlcar i-eglor ttai
in front of the Clubhouse
Morning Worship 10:48 eat
Visitor welcome
Ladle Bible Sludy at Uatun
Phone Oetun 418 or Ft Gullet 808
CUMIN UK FROTLS-1AN1
COMMUNITY CHURCH
Chaplain William H Blab
guirday School ...,......,.>
Morning Worship...............
Young Pooole Servlee........
Evening Worship .. ........
Prayer Meeting Thursday.....
Choir Practice. Wednesday et
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mnvwoOD (NEA'-Laugh- with other Hollywood ccicdihhs
,? ii B A-Dennis Morgan'slo a party marking Red Skelton s
1 n\lar-o'ld Stanley visited television debut. Twenty TV sets
.' itlnriin\v 1^Morgan I were placed around the room
him a uf *tud *h''*e with and the guests were instructed
Ss&'SSUte S Wo- to draw up chairs to watch Reds
Is Dangerous." Later, in I i
dressing room. Stanley
man
Dennis'
sa.Kpop about that love scene.
You've cot no technique."
Dennis did a double-take .and
then queried young Stanley about
a teen-agers approach. Stanle>
explained to the ancient:
We're smoother, we're faster
and we get better results.
Lisa Ferraday tells this one
011Whene,she first started her
movie career, an agent brought
her to a studio for a role in a
domestic comedy. The producer
ogled Lisa's sultry, exotic charms,
then bellowed to the agent:.
"What makes you think snes
!a "irl-next-rloof fvne?"
Can I help It." he said. "If l|
I was born in Aiders and didn t
South plaved today's hand on!leave the Casbah until I was 30,
the thcorv that East had 10 be years old."
^a5Wft Arthur BlaiiTtelllng about
Sssrsrissr &* 'e^jss&w
through Souths king. when "0"0 Vadts" plavs his thea-
West opened the ten of dia- ler He-n sell Empress Poppaea.
monds. and dummy won with the corn
ace. Declarer cashed the ace and Dmm. Thomas says this is hls;
king of spades and entered dum- m0tru>r-s routine when one or
my with the nine of hearts to s movles piays in Toledo. O.:
lead the jack of spades When ..-^ Qa to lhe theater at
East played low. South discarded 0.30 ,n the moining with her
his remaining d'arnond. and dlnner Dacked In a
West won with the queen { hamDer The theater manager
spades and returned Tjl.last ^".foff a section for her and
spade to allow East to ruff out tope--. a
dummy's ten South over -ruffed he* atches the m
and entered dummy with thei ten wnue_mam ^
he&l through East Q commentary-Now watch, this
d la\t Sit up !he king of dto-lte where my son kisses the gir '.
mfnds hopefully but South ruff- 'Now. listen. Danny's going to
eel Declarer then entered dummy sav something funny.
with the oucen of hearts to dls- "Mama's performance In the
rd a clS" on the iack of dia- audience is better than anvth ng
monds At this point the con- I've ever done on the screen,
tract was assured, since South' _
had lost only one trick and was a Hollvwood glamor doll, noted
sure of losing no more than two for ner shrewd ability to make a:
club tricks. buck, walked Into a cafe and a
South's play of the hand was Vme street with remarked:
not only an examp'e of keeping -There goes the only b
the dangerous opponent '
napped Grou-
.....B director
Roy del Ruth for a Job, was tell-
ing him how tough it had been
trying to get a break.
"What's the matter with your
boy friend?" the director said.
During the singing commercial. "He's in a good spot to help
Groucho began to converse loudly j struggling young actress."
with a nearby friend. --------
A woman seated in front of "Yeah." she replied, "but he's
nlm turned around, glared at the one I've been struggling
him and said. "Shhhhhhhhhhh!" with."
THE SAVINGS BANK
Institution Guaranteed by the State
Pays 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.
Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different sizes.
OFFICE IN PANAMA:
109 Central Ave. at
corner of "I" Street.
COLON BRANCH:
Front St. at corner
of 7tb St.
0. R. De ROIX
Manager-
SK"i? "There goes the only babe in
Easti Hollywood with angels to match
out of the lead .but also showed ,icr curves.
careful management of trump
entries. If South had drawn even
one round of trumps bctore be-
ginning the spades, he would
have been set.
For example, suppose South
takes on round of trumps at the
second trick, and then cashes the
ice and king of spades. He must
then enter dummy with the ten
of hearts to lead the jack of
spades, as before, and returns a
spade to allow East to ruff.
South can over-ruff and enter
dummv once more with the
queen of hearts to lead the queen
of diamonds. But when South
then ruffs out the king of dia-
monds, he cannot get back to
dummy for the purpose of cash-
in-; the tack of diamonds. This
line o plav obliges him to lead
clues eventually from his own
handin which case the defend-
ers can take three club tricks.
Groucho Marx was invited
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Sub-Msnsrer.
HOURS:
From 8:00 a.m. to 12:SO p.m
SATURDAYS: from 0:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
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BY Y. T. HAMLtH
SHORTS
The head of a major studio'
storv department, according to
Frank DeVol. asked an import-
ant producer if he had read a
synopsis of a certain novil.
"Read a book? Why I haven't
the time.'" snorted the producer.
"I could have someone tell you
the plot."' suc-jested the story
department boss.
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S VT( RD4T FEBRUARY 1 lMt
racific S^ociet

THE PANAMA AMBE1CAW AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
5^
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MRS MORRIS HONORED RY FIRST LADY
Mrs. William H. H. Morris, Jr., the wife of Lieutenant
General Morris, the Commander-in-Chief Caribbean Com-
mand, who honored Thursday afternoon at five o'clock wl'.h
tea given by the First Lady of Panama, Mrs. Alcibia es
Arosemena. the wife of His Excellency, the President of the
Republic of Panama.
for Bridge, Canasta or Poker,
play to begin at 2:00 p. m. Ten
will be served at 4:00 p. m. and
Is included in the price of the -,
admission ticket which in $1.00. L..^
High lights of the afternoon '
Eisenhower, MacArthur
In Minnessota Primaries
-.....-ii
,s4t'(antic ^>ocUL
i
&. 195, / D.l^k^ Q*U* 3H
8T
Pn-LhIfnn- LVfi Humphrey's candidacy hinged"
Dwlght D. Elsenhower on the guardeo plans of Mr
Douglas MacArthur Truman for 1952.
in the Minnesota The President asked Humphrey
to run as a favorite son pend-
Gen.
Ambassador And Mrs. Wiley reception bufet In the Fernd0r Prize which will
Leave For Colombia RLoom of the Hotel Tivoli In
The Ambassador of the Unit- honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J.
^fffASS^of^ iReTubK^rs-ide'naaTprnrary
^tnShe%IbedVas\Pelna E5&r~ '^l^ !**?
include ithriiau-
a seventeen Jewel lady's Bulova '
Siiiiioti who leave this month
to make their home in the Unit-
ed States.
ed States to Pantfma, John
Cooper Wiley and Mrs. Wiley,
left yesterday on a short trip
to Cartagena, Colombia.
Mr. Newcomer To
General Morris { Week-End In El Valle
Visits Managua Mrs. Francis W. Newcomer,
The Commandtr-ln-Chlef of the wife of the Governor of the
the Caribbean Command, Lien- Panama Canal, will be the
tenant General William H. H. week-end guest of Dr. and Mrs.
Morris, Jr.. left yesterday by J. J. Vallarino at their home hi
plane for Managua where he El Valle.
will attend an official party --------
given by the President o Nica- Mrs. Branstetter Hostess
ragua. General Anastasio So- To Friends This Morning
moza, General Morris was ac Mrs. Nell Branstetter enter-
companled by his aides Lt. Com- tained in the ballroom of the
mander James K. Wills and Hotel Tlvoll this morning at
Major Warren H. Stutter. ,0:3 a. m. for a group of fifty;
was expected to, to seek i "-electior."
presumably
watch, a
J^Kl! jfr** Pflflfaa figurine. p"mar; whenhs namVs en-
Star
mlum ham and other prize.
If he does,
BARONESS DES8ANDRE INTRODUCED AT TEA
The Ladies of the Italian Colony in Colon entertained
with a tea, in the ballroom of the Hotel Washington Thurs-
day afternoon to honor the wife of tho Minuter of Italy to
Panama, the Baroness Franca Roset Deasaadre.
Receiving with the honoree wore: Mrs. Enco Capitn i,
wile of the Italian Consul m Colon, and Mrs. R. Pernigotti.
The hostesses were: Mrs
- -
Auxiliary (.roups
Start Work for 1MZ
The two working groups of tht
Woman's Auxiliary of the Gatun
Union Church met during tht
week to start the year's activi-
ties.
Mrs Joseph Irving, leader of
one group, had her member
*ea was served from a tabgle mc
MacArJiur acted swiftly to least- hi" delegate*'tntKreT ce,red wlth r,fd carnatlon* nd Oeorue Zimmerman, if Percy raeet &the>church tor orn-
bottle of French per-rtake himself out of the Illinois dent aeie*** to th Presi- white agapanthus. Mrs. Gui-.Lawrance and Mrs oarlton ** coffee Wednesday Co-hos-
seppe Iosl and Mrs Pernlgotti Hallett.
dent.
!2u 'V'*1 kfv,u,w" "surme;primary when his name was en- Reportedlv Sen vsm v,f, IH2B 2~4"S? i"rB **ern,olw
piece of crystal, one Armour ; fered in that state without his veMD-Tenn in ? P? n?" prMJded al tne te nd <*>*
r ham and One Swift's Pre- conSent last month. He has said moc atic PresidmtlalniranV "flE' v Atlanta Sider. Attend Banquet
he^as no Presidential aspira- J not .t^llSpo^^ m^ ST&Z'V. ^fcBBS?** "
The annual Carnival Tea if I vorlte son at the personal re- Suta and said it U "riSiiJMtaai J,U.a^ Antonl:Nuez Mrs. Gar- evening to attend the banquet _* Mr"*?, Clement,
the Canal Zone College Club quest of President Truman, comingmore'^ annar.nt" th^i ?1* C?rr.eai.JMr8- Deliro, given at the Albrook Officers M--H"**1 CottreU. Mrs Al-
wlll be held this afternoon from | was a lone entry In the Demo- fither Tan nor Sur wflI H!' ^uls Eduardo CastUlo and Club for Mrs. E. A. Campbell. ed ftM Rvmnd R'Ph.
4:00 to 8:00 p. m. at the homelcratic primary. wtavS GOP nomlnaHon \L on},!n co Paollnl ***** National president of the Amer- M" R'Dh Graham Mrs. B B.
of Mrs. Lewis B. Moore, 207 Gor-1 Eisenhower and MacArthur "The oiltaS "SS22 k- ?iKte* paollnl ?' Panama City, lean Legion Auxilian- and her P.rav- _.M" Samuel Mauldta.
teas with Mrs. Irving was Mrs.
Merrll Webster.
Definite plans were made for
a rhumage sale in February and
a turkev dinner in April.
The ladies attending were:
fee of $1.00 will be charged
guests of members and all mem
bers and guests are asked to
wear carnival costume if pos-
sible.
of her friends from the Schools
Division and from the Army
of Library Service.
Visitors Sail On Ancon
A Member of the Board
Directors of the Panama Canal
Company, Mr. Edward D. Mc- American Legion
Kim, and Mrs. McKlm and their Meeting Postponed
two daughters sailed yester- The regular meeting of the
day for New York aboard the 8. Chagres River Post No. 6 of the
S. Ancon after a visit of come American Legion has been post-
weeks to the Isthmus where poned until Friday to permk
they were guests during their local legionnaires to attend the
All Star Circle
Meets Wednesday
The All Star Circle will meet
at the Scottish Rite Temple in
Balboa on
p. m for a
ness meeting.
Pedro Miguel Rainbow
Girls Installed
Order of the alnbow for Girls.
earlier.
Yesterday
until F>h is tn withrtr Th. .._.".,' cnailc.e. to wln.uie Mrs. W. E. Sands was
tay at the hotel Tivoli.
dinner that was given last even- Pedro Miguel Assembly No 3
wh Is the National President of; Lodge Hall.
Prominent Visitor
Is On Isthmus
Mrs. Euga Campbell who Is,the Legion Auxiliary.
the National President of the --------
American Legion Auxiliary ar- Romero Change Residence
e feelinherwnth twn't
gas Road, Balboa Heights. A would buck Harold E Stassen. ramps Is so bitter ^?" .? Mt S52 accomPan'ed the guests of secretary. Miss Jerry Houston. Mr, R'c^rdPen"lnori Mrs-
e charged ^fe^l^ other Italian la. Those present from.the Gold 5-'* Si. M.' -S?E
itate opened said. Leaion of Cristobal and Mrs. Rev. Graham^ Joined the
gte M'. John McDermott. group for coffee.
Sands was hostess ftHSSSLSS S ?f ,the tuTne^ladies wUl meet *
,for a beautifully appointed 17pa"n iS, ^mer^an^e" thlrd w'dnesday of the month
morning coffee given at the Co- 588-f" M cSero1,0-' Mr at the Church at :30 a.m.
co 8olo Officers Club Thursday I MeIs0" Ma*n,er National Execu- --------
as a farewell to Mrs Mario Ber- Committeeman for the De- Mrs. Fred Newhard called her
ment and Mrs. Magner. Mr. eroup together for their first
"nat ,rom" m*etlnr Thursday, for coffee at
and Mrs Hollis her home The group decided to
Griffon. Mrs Isabel Aguirre. name themselves the "Joy" Cir-
Mrs. Oraae Oravatt. Department le
Historian and Mr. and Mrs The fourth Wednesday of tht
Henry shirk. month was chosen as the meet-
ing dav and Mrs. J.W.L. Gra-
ham volunteered to be oecretarr
of the grouo Plans were mad
until Feb. 25 to withdraw. The nomination himself
primaries are March 18.
Backers of the five-star gen-
erals entered both their names
Wednesday at 1:00 and a full slate of delegates to
luncheon and busi- be el'cted at large and bv dis-
trict*.
Minnesota will elect 25 Repub-
lican delegates, seven at large
and two from each of the nine
congressional districts. Three]
additional delegates will be
LI. Col. BurdeH
Named tmm*&&S&&XOUB* *"""*
weitzer. and Mrs H. J. Thorn-
ton who is moving to the 15th
Naval District.
White cloisonne bowls filled
Lt. Co). Edward B. Burdett. as-'wltn PurP' bougalnnila and
USAF School Here
53*3m&5Si IY=iS^^^^
hnnnr of Mr. v a pmh.ii' recently at the Pedrn Mleuel ^'cukcu tn support tne- candidate! ^yauuns ai Aioroox Air rorce ," ,," .?" t*r w"er L*" to SUtea
Campbell |" M*uel. winning the most votes to the Base, was named Commandant ble-. Vases of the b ossoms were 'Vr j
. Drimarv i of the TTSap srhnrii fnr r.aHn-used in the general decorations ... *j"..
Edwards Returns
rived on an official visit to the
Isthmus Wednesday.
-------- ; dress from Fort Gulick to 551
Nolans Return From Boquete Corundu Heights.
The Economic Attache to the
United States Embassy and Mrs.! Vincents Leave For Miami
Miss Joyce Gardner, retiring prlmarv-
Worthy Advisor, was the In- mhnr. ,. --^
stalling Officer and was assist- Elsenhower was entered
of the USAF School for Latin
I America, Albrook. this week by
over'Brig. Gen. Emil C. Kiel, Com-! CoraK's
were given the
mero cnange Residence nuiug uinccr iuio was assist- th. riis.nnrn,i ~. S, n. nunr of rairr ------ were give
Of ninlt narntlni'SOn"In"law- Lt- and Mrs. H E. arv 28
he honored, hv??e Walther of the oco Solo Naval will be
ne nonorees by the statlon_ left wednesria hVtvTZ-3 ,
Installing officer; Veta Hat
Nolan and "their son. i Mr. and Mrs. Joseph c. Bremer i ^hett. Assistant Installing Of-
Louls C.
David,
a
quete and Santa Clara.
general decorations fJZ'^id&Z^JS!?*?*! for a Leap Year progressive din-
of the room '?ur,?*vs_wlJ*1 hu r*!*i5 an.d ner Darty to be given on Febru-
Addltional information
- announced later but it ia
Diane fo Mia T^eSwiyviaiV'hP'd that Mm BSilSBm9i '^toZirm^t.m& K,hTv:hri'oT^jsrfflcS cKoepkes E*daTiJss^aS^^'^ju^
. n,~^, ?USaIV,8u; sou*ht o avo'd opposing favor- treatment. Colonel Une had Mrs Tr L Apptequtot. Mri. 'y? ^ m-'i 3. Vi'*'
preme Inspector and Assistant lte sons such as Stassen a for- been i" command since last De- Paul Balay. Mrs W. E Thomp- SSSZi m "thiTtathmn? fnr ^ -* preS'nt ***: Mrr
eta Hat- mer Minnesota governor cember. ,>n, Mrs. Don Bruce. Mrs. Paul extended visi? "thmus ior
Sen. Robert A. Taft (R-0 1' Colonel Burdett, who has been Curry, Mrs. Eugene Hamon. Mrs CAte"ara v"" -
* Albrook since January, 1950. Ha Henderson. Mrs. W. N.
have rjcentl,r changed their ad- >SS^;aJ2SSL, ^S*^ erTattonalteadeTaof theEisenl I Law. Jr""wote muriato! Pu^ts included Mrs.
i vid, returned recently from'who have been house guests ofi^cer: and Helen Gardner, As- has shunned the Minnesota uri- at
short vacation spent in Bo- Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Beeson i 'rtant Installatlng Officer. rnary for the same reason al-lsa!
an Annie Calvit. from Balboa. Mra.
'Continued on Page IX>
Christmas Visitors
Return To Pern
Mr. and Mrs. Enrique Mir
Quesada with their daughters
left by plane on Wednesday for
d the appointment Is tempor- Horick. Mrs James Humes, Mrs.
of Golf Heights left recently The new Officers for 1952 Beth though he still could enter' ry. Because of his knowledge of L Jennings. Mrs/Frank
by plane to return to their home \ ?inett M Worthy Advisor;' Despite the objections of na-' sPftnish and of Latin customs, her Kraft. Mrs. Michael Leahy, Mrs.
in Miami, Florida.
Benefit Card Party
Wednesday Afternoon
The Inter-American Women's
Lima, Peru, after having been, Club is sponsoring a Card Party.,
the guest of Mrs. Quesada's' for the benefit of the Bella Vista Ma*th* Webster. Religion; An- tora nlans to rei.hr.t.
. i,<. y> n,iirfn>. un. -ki.i. ...mi k.'net.te Rarrett Natir- 4lian '? PlttJ1s lo ceieorate
Shirley MHlion, Worthy As-,tlonal leaders to Elsenhower's has 0,tn been asked to help in '.Chester Lucas. Mrs. Phoebe Kel-
sociate Advisor; Judy May, entry. It was considered proble- arranging receptions given the Mrs. Gary McKay. Mrs.
Charity; Adele Melsoner, Hope; matlcaJ whether the SHAPE manv Latin American officials Frank Moore. Mrs. Rov Nielsen,
Kitty Lowe, Faith; Joyce Gard-,commander would take the per-!who vlsli the school. ,Mra. C. B. Reid. Mrs. W. D.
ner, Recorder; Diane Staples, sonal step of withdrawing i A native of Georgia and a gra- Ronayne. Mrs. Morse Rowell,
Treasurer; Laura Walatpn,Love; |---------------- --------:------- duatepf the UB. Military Acad- Mrs. H E. Schmidt. Mrs R. L.
jsr^st m ss 5gs
t Lewis. Immortality; Linda Ma- Mnna,, .??;. Zt y ntr Indla trleater flying P-38s dur-
lone, Fidelity; Helen Hasemann. SfiSfiL at the home of nis ln* World War ft. His wife. An-
iPatrlotism; Marilyn Bevineton i aaunwr- ine, and their two children. Ed-
' v._--s_ m. _,."..' tiro rrl Ir n mA sVmia nn^K**.. ,,-
emy at West Point, Colonel Bur- Smith. Mrs H. R. Thomas.Mrs
his dett was in the China-Burma- L. J. Unaicker Mrs. H. E. Wal-
next lndia_theater flying P-38s dur- ther. Mrs. J. T. Edwards and
Mrs. Fred Wroble.
mother, Mr. Francisco Arias P., Children's Home which will be nette Barrett,
for over the Christmas holiday, i held at the Army-Navy Club at | Lewis,
-------- Fort Amador.
Mrs. Newlia To Leave Isthmus Mrs. Francis K. Newcomer, i -
Mrs. Beulah B. Newlin of Bal- the wife of the Governor of the Service; Ida Strau, Confidential British MinisteTrurfini 22*.*SSLS?*' occupy quar- 2 52*JP,ner
boa. u leariOg the servioof .Panama Canal, is Honorary Observer; Elkl Altmann. Outer ForTsiUnr Naval O^ff^rl* I &at nS?ki*i th J,f Mrs "ornefeld
therFinSteonprvie ^i8^..tsBaarpa iffi'ssss* ss^^tS^^s ssesjs t5. !j,=?jhh!l5 *& 53 w?
Mrs. Newlin expects to leave! Benjamhi Chen serving as Ac- Advisor; George Fullman. Rain- 6:30 p.m. at his residence with
the Isthmus about the end of live Co-Chalrman. Chairman ?.w Daddy; Sally Banton, Chap- a cocktail partv honorin the
February to return to her home for the sale of tickets is Mrs. J. i*1"!. and Carol Harris, Driil Captains and officers of the Ca-
WAS
dinner given at
in North Carolina. After a two Wendell Greene.
weeks stop-over in Washington,^ Tre Chairman
who I
Canal Zone.
Mrs. Newlin will have an ex-
tended visit with her son-i.i-
law and daughter, Mr. and Mra.
John W. Person, nee Marianna
Newlin, at 2428 Oreenway Ter-
race, Raleigh, North Carolina.!
Mrs. Ann Is Visitor In Balboa
Leader.
_jfiington,: Tre Chairman are assisted by .. t __ _r-------. '
D. CT. wTOTTBB son, Michael the members of trfrwftnmlttee Artist Tm Wemen Notte''>-
who is a former resident of the which included Mrs. Murray M. Artist members of the Canal
Wise, Mrs. Herbert D. Vogel,
Mrs. William H. H. Morris. Jr.,
Mrs. Albert M. Bledsoe. Mrs.
Emil C. KieL Mrs. Leland H.
Hewitt. Mrs. R. M. Peacher, Mrs.
George W. Rice, Mrs. Marvin T.
Went, Mrs. George K. Withes,
Mrs. C. P. Morgan, Mrs. E. M.
Browder. Jr., Mrs. Robert J.
Mrs. Theron R, Arms of Mil- Boyd, Mrs. Otto Hausmann, Mrs ruary 6 from 8:00
ford Michigan, arrived Tuesday. Manuel Caldern, Mrs. Luis 12:0 80on-
by plane from the United States i Martlnz. Mrs. Sergio Betan- -----
for a visit to be spent with her court, Mrs. Charles Beeson Mr- Soka To Celebrate
brother-in-law and sister, Mr. Mrs. Frank Raymond. Mrs. Tho- >8ZBd Bh-'hday
Zone Branch, National League
of American Pen Women, who
plan to submit entrie for th*
National Pen Women Biennial
Painting Contest, are requested
to take their paintings to the
home of Mrs. Lewis B. Moore,
207 Cashew Place on Balboa
Heights on Wednesday, Feb-
a. m. until
nadian frigates HMCS
H1U and AnttgonUh.
Beacon
aircraft maintenance and allied last evening by three friends
subjects, currently has a total of with whom she plays bingo The
178 students from 12 Latin Amer- dinner preceded the evenine of.
lean countries. The school is. bingo. She was presented a fig-
staffed by four officers and 70 urine by her friends
i instructors and translators.
and Mrs. George V. Daniels.
Thorntons Entertain
For Sinnotts
Mr. and Mrs. P. S. Thornton
entertain last evening with a
mas E. Oglesby, Mrs. Clifford
Payne. Mrs. Fidanque and Mrs.
DlScala.
Card players are requested to
bring their own cards, score-
pads, pencils and poker chips
Mr. M Sokal, father of Mrs..
Frida Kohn of Tahiti Jewelry J
in
rra tfOVUTnat
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PA,1 SIX
THE MNAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILT NEWSPAPER
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 2. 195

You Sell em..... When You Tell em thru PA Classifieds!
Leave vow Ad with one of our Agents or our Offices
LfcWiS StRVlCfc
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FOR SALE
Household
FCR SALE Mahogany dmmgroom
Mt| enet.on blinds. Mrs. P. Levy.
51 St No. 7.
MORRISON'S
a. iiwa
Kone ?-t*41
no lit a CAIU.TON
tan
FOR SALE
\lllOIII SALON DC EM.RZA AMERICANO
iHfei PANAMA AMEK1CAN
" tUMI trastej
So 11.171 CMbI *w CaootJ
12 words-
Minimum for
3c. each additional
word.
FINANCING
Service Personnel ond
U.S. Civillon Government Employts
new used car through
F^rTSALEiToost Mahogany Wst-i60Vi|l -cNi .MPtOYti UNANCI
0* yea neve eWnBnnj granite
Write Alcenelie. OWWIMW
> 2031 Ann. C. X.
.nghouse 'sole 11*1
graph wh bout 50 iteords.
$275.00 Phone Alb-ook 5113.
Qtrs. NO. 13 -A.______________
FCrIaLET Livingroom and porch
,u,n-ture, ref.ig.rotor. 60 cycles;
gos stove; gas water heoter; drop-
leaf table: Clvno closet or book -
-cese; metal dresser; moho
bureaus, mahogany chairs;
Jervir
lerv'Cf
teble ond bench; Venetian! THROUGH
blinds; glassware. Telephone Pon-1
6
Ui
Fort Worth, Texos
Also Direct
Loans Automobile
,..;. ...II. cmpioye jnd
-senna in tie Ceno' on
iu -i rear-. .Vitr. Joi financing
youi msuronce outomotieolly diusted
to U. S-coveroo*.
dress- ARRANGEMINTS CAN Bl MADI
LOCAL AUTOMOBILE
OEALER
ama
";-3067. ofter 6 p. m. ] FOR~ SAU:1949 FORD V8 Cm-
'OR SALE:-G. I. n.friger.t.r 601 ten. Clah Ceuee. Cel.r BI..H. A
cycles. Underweae tyM*ritee,
Simmon, double bed. m>H>t
(ivingroom set. girl's bicycle, strel-
ler, beby crib. Celo 916.______
FOR SALE:-25cycl. Westinghouse --^
refrigerator. 7 cu. ft. 3 1-2 Tr
guarantee, leaving for States, must
sell. House 516-B. Coco._______
FOR SALE-AII porcelain 8.3 cu.
ft, refrigerator Coldspot, $85.
Phone Balboa 1819 House 1515-
C. Akee street. Balboa, after 4.3U
p. m._______________________
FOR SALE:Special fer "Army r-
m|*>" used furniture at reoson-
eble prices. Try us ond be con-
vinced. Economy Furniture Store
12.174 between 12-U Boli.er
Ave. Celen 916.
FOR SALE:RCA radio. 12 tubes.
S25.00. Lomp. S2.00. Mrs, G. H.
Cacsell. House 5273, Diablo. Tel.
REALLY Good Buy, only $310.00
required to FINANCE. Contact
yeur local FORD DEALERS COL-
PAN MOTORS, INC. Tel. fee-
erne 2-1033 end 2-1036.
TO BUY Of sell on automo-
bile.' See Agencias Cosmos, ou
tomobile row 29, telephone 2-
4721, Ponami. Open all day on
Saturdays.
MISCELLANEOUS
WELLS. If you need water call Ha-
xera, Tel. 3-2224.
FOR SALE
Miscellaneous-
FOR SALE:Beautiful piano in per-
fect condition, $200. No. 29 Fe-
derico Boyd Avenue. Tel. 3-3356
Panama.
FOR SALE:Sow mill with option
to buy 8,000 M2 of land, 7
miles from Panama City, on Pan-
ama-Colon Highway. Write to
Box 14517. Ponoma City or phone
2-0312, Jose Corvamos.
..FOR SALE: RME 45 receiver
with speaker. Perfect condition,
first $100.00 tokei it. Tel. 3-
0887, Panami.
RESORTS
-nlUaat. Oceonside cortege. Sonta
Clero. Ben 435. Balboa Phone
Ponomo 3-1877. Cristobal 3- 1673
Foster's cottages completely furnish-
ed, one, two or three bedrooms,
linens, gas refrigerators, (is
ranges, dishes and' kitchen ware.
Half a mile beyond Santa. Clara
private road to beach. For in-
formation visit or phone Dagmar
Tlvoli Avenue No. 6, 2-0170
Pona ma.
Williams Santa Clare Beach Cottages.
Two bedrooms Frigidoires, Rock
gos ranges. Balboa 2-3050.
Gromlkh'i Sonto Cloro
cottages Electric Ice
stoves, moderate rates.
441 or 4-5*7.
beoeV
flo*
6-
ojMMERCIAL >
PROFESSIONAL
We have everythifi?
to keep voor Lawn
and (larden beautiful
during the dry season
FOR RENT
House
FOR SALE:25 cycle G. E. Re-
frigerator, 25 cycle Westinghouse
Refrigerator. 25 cycle Woshing
Mochine Motor. Will consider
trade for 60 cycle refrigerator.
153 Quarry Road, Balboa Hgts
Tel. 2-1545.
PRACTICALLY NEW:1950 ieiek
4 Door Seden, with redio. seet MOTHERS, protect baby's feet
covers, new tires. Smoot b Hun-
nicurt S. A. 16th. Street. Central
Avenue, Colon. Tel. BOO.
FOR SALE: 1949 FORD 6 Cyl.
Tudor. Color Green, well eejulp-
pel with extras. Down Peyment
$360.00. We have reduced price
by $75.00. See it et Colpen Mo-
tors. Inc. Tel. Pname 2-1033
end 2-1036.
the
best safest way you con JUMPlNG-
JACK Shoes are recommended by
specialists. Sold exclusively ot
ABYLANDIA. No. 4C. 44th St..
Bella Visto. Tel. 3-1259.
FOR SALE Shot gun. Remington
double barrel 16 gauge. House
200-A, Pedro Miguel. Phone 4-
586.
2-2721._________________
FOR SALE:4 month old 25 cycle
refrigerator. 1488-D, Dohrmon.
BHboa._________________________,
roVsALI^-tafl sfcedes ? *"
6 Venetian Miada 39 66. desk.
breakfast set. 4-rogs. lattice. to-
eUaaeees articles. Hoase 144-A
.. Garun, enano 5-4B2.__________
! Wonted Position
EXPERIENCED accountant ouditor.
j offers his Services port time.
_ Write Box 906 Colon._________
FOR SALE
Boat;* & Motors
FOR SALE2 Cummings motros like
new. 190 HP. each. Works with
, Diesel. Will sell eeporotely. No
29 Federico Boyd Avenue. Tel.
3-3356, Panama. ______
FOR SALE:Beautiful yacht. 62 ft
suitable for pleosure trips and
', fishing. Diesel motors, 200. H.P.
each. Perfect condition. Complete-
' ty equipped. Easy poymtnt. No.
29 Federico Boyd Avenue. Tal.
3-3356. Panama.
FOR SALE:1949 4-door Chevro-
let 4-door sedan. Good condition.
See Vincent. U. S. Embassy.
In perfect end exceMent condition
1947 Dodge Pick-up. with herd
tap aa, very gaed tires, far sale
at Sm.ot & Honnkett S. A. lath
Street Central Avenue Colo. Tel.
BOO.
FOR SALE:Silvertone radio-phono-
graph console' model; Remington
portable typewriter; gold band,
bond pointed dishes, service for
eight. House 5329-A, Diablo,
phone 2-2397.
POR SAL:194B FORD DI LUXE
Tudor 6 Cyl. Geed Paint Jab
Loether UPHOLSTERY, excellent
tiras. Realty rolioblo transporta-
tion. This is a giveaway with
a small down aeyattne of $270.
00. Year dalhtn ean't bay enere,
worth leaking ever at Colpa"
Meters. Inc. FORD DIALERS. Tel.
Penme 2-1033 aad 1-103d.
BARGAIN1947 tula* 4 dear se-
em super. Practically new seal
cavers, new tiro. Excellent shape.
Smoot fr Munmcutt S. A. lath
Street Central Avenue, Celen, Yel.
B00.
OR SALE:Rugged seagoing fish-
ing cruiser "Jacqueline" 26 feet.
, with Universal Marine Engine.
. priced for quick sale. R. Aldrich
Cristobal Yocht Club or phone
! Gatun 5-491.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
American couple wants completely
. furnished small apartment, Feb
' ruery through Moy. Call 3-1697
: from 7:30 to 12 and 1:30 to
5:00.
//ANTED TO BUY:Refrigerator
i good condition. Inquire La Vos
del Pueblo mornings. Tel. 3-0471
', Box 1045. Panama.
Help Wonted
vVANTEDEnglish speaking
MUST SELL either my Nosh Ambas-
sador Seden Super 1948 or my
Nash Rambler Station Wagon.
1951. Bath cors in excellent con-
dition, con finance. 2212-C, Cu-
rundu.
FOR SALE:1947 FORD DE LUXE
Tudor 6 Cyl. Color Black. Fare
cheap buy; make ua an offer
we have this car rightly priced ea
let us surprise yea, at year lo-
cal Ford Dealers Celpe" Maters
Inc. Tel. Pneme 2-1033 aad
2-1036.
FOR SALE:1947 Ford Stotlon Wo-
gon. Mechanically A-l. House
41-J, Gatun, phone 5-505.
Practically new 1949 Chevrolet
pick-up far sale et Smoot b Hua-
eicutt S. A. 16th Street Central
Avenue, Calen, Tel. BOO.
FOR SALE:Four wheel floor jack,
two portable grease guns, wheel
aligning plates, machinist vise,
$35.00 for the lot; 1-4 hp. mo-
tor $10.00; 1-3 hp. $15.00; 2
hp. $40.00. 3 hp $40.00; 7 hp.
$50.00. 25 ond 60 cycle. 1445-
A Owens St. Balboa 2-3630.
FOR RENT:For 3 months. Com-
pletely furnished 3 bedroom house
with swimming pool. Golf Heights.
Call Panama 3-3069 or 3-3341.
FOR RENT: 3 room chalet with
both, partly furnished, Including
light and water, 8 miles from Fer-
ry. Inquire at Cantina Philip's,
Arraljan.
FOR RENT
Apartment
ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
Modern furnished unfurnished oport
merits. Maid service optional. Con-
tort office 806). '0th Strew. New
Cristobal, telephone 1386 Colon.
fool*
Hose
Fencing
Sprayers
Sprinklers
wneplDarrow*
Insecticide!
Fertilizers
Weedkillers
FunRlcldes
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
t79 Central Ave. Tel. 3-0140
The HX
The Best values In town
cnir furniture Is
REl'FIIOLSTEXED
our Mattresses are
REBUILT
all woodwork expertly
KKHNISHKD
We Buy-Sell- Barter
IIX (Hounehold Exchange)
41 Auto Row TeL 1-4111
Byrnes Calls For Bombing
And Blockade Of Red China
WTLLIAMSBURO, Va., Feb. 2
(UP)__Oov. James F. Byrnes of tered In the King, but power
South Carolina called yesterday
for the bombing and blockade
of Red China to end the Ko-
rean stalemate and a $10,000,-
000,000 cut In non-defense
spending at home.
The former Secretary of State
spoke to the Virginia legislature
assembled In the House ot Bur-
gesses at this restored colonial
capital.
It was the first of a series of
speeches he Is expected to make
to Southern legislatures at-
tacking the Administration's
foreign and domestic stand.
Political observers have said
that Byrnes Is quarterbacking.
from-behind the scenes, plans
for a new Southern revolt
against the national Democra-
tic Party in the event President
Truman Is nominated again.
The Virginia legislators en-
thusiastically received Byrnes'
comments as he went over many
of his previous statements a-
bout the condition of the na-
tion.
He noted that the early set-
tlers of Wllllamsburg came
here to escape "the oppressions
of concentrated power."________
"In their day, power was cen-
centered in a bureaucracy Can
be equally as despotic as, and
probably would be less interest-
ing than, the tyranny of a
monarch," Byrnes said.
In Korea, Byrnes said, "we
must make every effort to end
hostilities."
He said he hoped a truce
could be arranged but if It
can't, or Is made and broken by
the Communists, "we should let
the Communists know.
"We will use every weapon at
our command to bring the con-
flict quickly to a victorious con-
clusion."
"Our Air Force should be di-
rected to seek out the enemy
bases and destroy them. Our
Navy should be directed to
blockade the ports of Commun-
ist China."
'We should also draw on the
Chinese Nationalist army on
Formosa to help Win a Korean
victory,' he said.
He added that "our British
friends counsel patience."
"They urge the United Na-
tions to turn the other cheek,
but they know that the cheek to
be turned Is the American
cheek."
The United States has been
following "the policy ot fear"
in the Far East and that policy
"will never stop Russia from
making war."
Six years ago when he was
Secretary of State, Byrnes said,
"Joseph Stalin told him that ho
had no regard for the effective-
ness of Chinese soldiers, either
Communist or Nationalist.
"When the Chinese Commun-
ists hold our forces in check;
because of the crippling limita-
tions under which we fight,
Stalin may well as misled as to
the effectiveness of our armed
forces," Byrnes said.
FOR RENT:Cool completely fur-
nished residence, four bedrooms,
gardens, hot water, swimming
pool. 1st Avenue, Porque Lefevre
No. 26.
FOR RENT:Two bedroom oport-
ment in chalet, completely fur-
nished. No. 3 East, 30th street
upstoirs. Tel. 3-0699, Panama.
FOR SALE
Real E-fate
FOR SALE:Land In cool, beautiful
EL VALLE vicinity Hotel Pen-
Amectcano. Large or small lots
. rrvederately priced. Tel. Panama
2-2446 or inquire at Hotel.
FOR SALE OR RENT:Two bed-
room cottage in cool El Voile. Tel.
Panamo 2-2/446.
FOR SALE
Automobiles
FOR SALE:1947 SUICK ROAD-
MASTER Color Block. Gaad Tires.
Seat Cavers. Only $330.00 dawn.
This car in rightly priced. Why
net came in end sae far yearself
at Colpen Meters, Inc. year
FRIENDLY FORO DEALERS. Tat.
Pono mi 2-1033 b 2-1036.
FOR SALE1949 FORD CONVERT-
IBLE Coupe VS Brand new point
job. cater Vermillien. White aide
wall tires. Can be financed with
$430.00 dawn. Mas ho soon to
be appreciated. See It a* Colpon
Motors, Ins. year FRIENDLY
FORD DEALERS. Telephone
erne 2-1033 end 2-1036.
maid,
neat appearance, experienced, for
general housework. Must be good
laundress. $40.00 monthly. Bleier
58 Cuba Ave. Apt. 8.
WANTEDTop quality mold to live
In. Loundry preparation simple
meals; core of two school oge
children; must hove written re-
ferences. Call Mrs. Peterson. Coro-
zal 2242.

Leva) Notice
United States District Court Far The
, Dhitrict Of The Canal Zana
Balboa Division
I* The Matter Of The Estate
0
Jamas Deans. Deceased
No. 9043, Probate.
Notice Of Time Set Fer Previno
Will And Neering Application
Letters Tostomontery
NOTICE i hereby eiven that a r-
tgdon far the probeta of the will n'
Jemea Dean*, decraseil: sn4 for the
feeuaace of I.rtter, Te aumentar? '"
Catharine Doone waa filed In thia Court
ot Januarv 21. 1SS2. an4 that Februa-
ry 11. 1051 at S o'clock a. m. la the
Courtroom of thla Court at Aneon, Co-
nsl Eon*, haa been oat for the hear-
Ioat or aaid petition, whan eoaT whare
nor peracn Inttreatad may appear and
eea'.eet the eanre. ond ahow canee, if
oar. whji eoM petition ahlald not he
fronted.
4rated at Aneon. Canal Zone, thi
lonrp 24. ltlt.
C. T. MeCoraaUh, Jr.
Clerk of Court
RAL
r LOIS T. HARRISON
Deputy Clark
FOR SALE:1948 Mercury Coupe,
pood condition. Con be financed.
phone 82-5165 or 3-5240.
1947 Old.mobile 2-dear sadaa with
radia, seat savers, new tiros, ea-
cellenf condition. Smoot b Hun-
nicutt S. A. 16th Street. Central
Avenue, Cama. Tel. BOO.
FOR SALE:1949 MERCURY 4
Dear Seden. New paint fre Be*-
geady Bad. Plastic seat caver*.
Gaed rabear. Moat bo toon to be
appreciated. Cea be rmansel with
$470.00 dawn. Contact year o>-
cal FORD DEALERS Calesa Ma-
tan, Inc. Tel. Ponomo 2-1033
and 2-1036.
RARGAIN: 1951 Wegea Roedmas-
fer Dynef low, as geed at new
with radie, leather upholstery
Five new tires. See it at Smoot 6>
Hannieutt S. A. 16th Street Cen-
tre! Avenee. Colon. Tel. BOO.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:Furnished rooms with
porch,' near Commissary ond Bus-
ses, kitchen if desire. Apply over
the Chase Bank corner 11 m ond
Bolivar, house 10.123. Phone 233
Colon.
FOR RENT:Nicely furnished room,
board available Bello Vista. 46th
Street, 18-A. Phone 3-1789 or
2-1693.
FOR RENT:To responsible married
couple or two ladies furnished,
large, clean, cool room. Modern
convenience. Peru Avenue No. 65.
Lower left..
PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Hotel El Panam
Selling:
Cemento Panam S
National Distillers.
Tel. S-4719 8-1680
MODERN FURNITURE
cuaroM suiLi
olipcovei Reunholsterj
VISIT OilH MOW-ROOMI
Alberto Bcreo
j. # do u Oesa 77 (Aotomoedle Row i
r-roe Eattanato PieJmp A Denver
TeL 1-4BS :te aja. at :te auto.
FISHERMEN !
According to the latest re-
ports fish of every kind and
size are moving into our wa-
ters. Be sure to CATCH THE
BIO ONES with FIRESTONE
lures and other equipment.
We carry a complete line AT
THE LOWEST PRICES IN
PANAMA. Visit your
FIRESTONE STORE
t #39 National Avenue
(Automobile Row)
Telephones: 2-0383 3-4684
FOR SALE
Mrttorrvrle-
FOR SALE:Harley
veor 1948. Duty
3415.
Davidson 45,
paid. Coll 3-
FOR SALE:Vincent Block Shadow
1.000 c.c. twin ond Ariel Red
Hunter 500 c.c. single. Both ex-
cellent condition, 2.000 miles
Will nonce. Coll Mcllvaine, Bal-
boa 3518 or 1440-B. Owen St.
Balboa.
FOR SALE:1949 NASH 4-Deer
Seden, Color Light Ton. In ex-
cellent condition. FINANCE
AVAILABLE with $330.00 down
you can drive it AWAY. See ft
a* local FORD DEALERS. Censen
Matan, lac. Tai. Ponomo 2-1033
and 2-1036.
FOR SALE:BSA 500 cc, soring
frame, excellent condition. 2212-
C, Curundu.
FOR SALE:1946 Ford Station We-
gea De Laxe, excellent condition,
eeey payments. Smoot ft Hunni-
eurf S. A. 16th Street Central
Avenee. Colon Tal. 800.
FOR SAL!:1949 PLYMOUYH 2-
Door Sedan Calar Black. A vary
clean car, end ea exceptionally
food buy. Don't atln this oppor-
tunity for temething geed. Con-
tact Carpen Maters. Inc. FORD
DIALERS. Tel. P.n.m. 2-1039
and 2.1036.
FOR SALE:Pick-up. ana tan, Ford
1940. Duty paid. Coll Ciietthal
3-1203 er 3-1726.
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet Da
Laxe Ponel, very oed condition,
easy payments. Smoot ft Hanni-
eutt S. A. 16th. Street Ccatrel
Avenue. Calen, Tel. S00.
' FOR~SALEi 941OMsnebno~2~-
door sedan in geed condition, easy
payments. Smoot ft Hunnicutt S.
A. 16th Street Central Avenue
Colea Tel. S00.
FOR SALE:1948 CHEVROLET Ta-
ster Caler Hue. A NICE CUAN
CAR. CAN BE FINANCED w
enly $300.00 Dawn. See It .
Colpen Meters. Inc. FORD DEAL-
ERS. Tel. Panama 2-1033 and 2-
1036.
FOR SALE:1949 Beiek
deer sedan. Dynoflow, perfect
condition, with radia, eaat, aovara,
all new tires. Smoot ft Haaakatt.
S. A. 16th Street Central Avnete
Celen Tel. 800.
FOR SALE1949 MERCURY 6-
Pessenger Coupe Celar Metallic
With dawn payment of $480.00.
Yea moy drive It away. Ne bet-
ter bay ha town. See it et Col-
pen Matara, tec. Tel. Panama
2-1033 end 2-1036.
FOR SALE: USO, Bick Sedan.
with Dynoflow. W-S-W-T. Redio
$2.?:C.OO. Misc. household items.i
Can be seen house 179 New Crit-
toboL
FOR SALE:1949 LINCOLN COS-
MOPOLITAN 4 Dear Sadaa (Or-
iginal cost $4.300.00). In p
feet condition with smell mile-
eae. Color Black. Beautiful
cavers and food rabbet, make
ea offer or try us with Trasto
Inc. See R et Colpon Metan, lac
Tel. Paaaasa 2-1033 end 2-1036.
SALEEnglish car, motor com-
V overhauled, new tire*
rodio. econorr.ic, $500.0'"
Tel. 3-0471, Psnemi.
_____:|f A Fine
Opportunity
to Learn
From
The Best"
Want to be
the most at-
tractive
% couple on the
floor? Then
bring your favorite partner to
Harnett tfc Dunn NOW and
improve your dancing togeth-
er. Modern rates use our
Budget plan fits payments
to paydays. So come in today
and save. Why miss the fun I
Balboa VMC A 2-2*39 or
Best IM Balboa Harnett and Dunn.
Surqeon General
Lauds Army Nurses
On Anniversary
In a message from Washlne-
ton, D. C. salutlnst the Army
Nurse Corps on Its 5\st anniver-
sary. Major General Georce E.
Armstrong, Surgeon General, U.
S. Armv. praised the Corps' re-
cord of devoted service.
Just returned from the Ko-
rean battlefront. where he saw
the Army Nurses in action. Gen-
eral Armstrong says that he
"was again ImDressed with their
capacity for unselfish, patriotic
service under adverse condi-
tions and was again reminded
of how Impossible our extrsor-
dlnary medical record in this
campaign would have been
without their extraordinary pro-
fessional contribution."
St. Peter'* Worn
auxiliary To Take
Communion Sunday
Members of the Women's Aux-
iliary of 8t. Peter's church, La
Boca, will make their monthly
corporate communion 7 a.m. to-
morrow, the fourth Sunday af-
ter the Epiphany.
This will be a choral celebra-
tion of Holv Eucharist, with the
Rev. Lemuel B. Shirley, priest
In charge, as celebrant and
preacher.
An earlier communion service
Is listed for 8 a.m. for tho:e par-
ishioners who cannot attend the
econd.
There will be mornlna prayer
nd church school at 10 a.m.:
esper and sarmoc at 7:30 p.m.
FOR YOUR HEALTH
CONSULT:
Dr. B. L. STONE
Chiropractor
STONE CLINIC
7th St. Si Justo Arosemena
Ave. Coln Tel. 457
COAL AT POST OFFICE
ALTUS. Tex. (DP)The Altus
post office Is wondering If any-
body would like to pay just a lit-
tle bit for 3,000 pounds of coal
the postoffice has on hand. It
sells cheap. Only been stockpiled
in the back of the postoffice coal
bin 30 years.
en's
M/S "PRESIDENTE
CAMPO SERRANO"
Sailing on or about
FEBRUARY 3rd, 1952.
Accepting dk passenger
for
CARTAGENA, Col.
Apply
C. Fernie & Co.
Isthmian Society
Agog Over Prospect
(Continued frog Paf 1)
Delegations from all the Islands
were received with great warmth
by the royal couple, who came
down the steps of the Legation
and greeted the hundreds of West
Indians.
Even storekeepers were adver-
tising special hats or bandeaus
with which to "greet royalty"
since they had heard you had to
wear something on the hair for
the occasion.
Cable reports from Kenya Col-
ony today on the Princess' cur-
rent trip said that yesterday an-
ti-aircraft guns bombed a salute
to the couple as thousands Jam-
med the route to the Govern-
ment's House in Nairobi. The
Governor, the Mayor and Tribal
chiefs were among the airport1
greeters in the bright sunny
morning. ..v .
The Princess and the Duke 01
Edinburgh arrived there on the
first leg of their three-months
state visit to Australia aboard a
huge BOAC plane.
The Princess visited a new
maternity home en route to the
Government House, and receiv-
ed a bouquet from an African
child named Prince who was
born on the same day as Prince
Charles,
Today the royal couple win
tour the Nairobi Children's party
grounds of the Government
House, and the Princess will visit
a new hospital named after her.
Later today at the City Hall they
will receive wooly lion for
Prince Charles and Princess An-
ne a gift from the mayor.
Their long trip will be broken
with a one-week stay at Nyeri
Royal Lodge, In Kenya on the
African east coast. The lodge
was a wedding present to th
couple more than three years
ago; but thia will be their first
visit there. i<
On Feb. 7 they will board the
liner Gothic at Mombassa to sail
for Australia by way of Ceylon
and the Coco Islands, and the
Panama Canal.
Argentine British
Antarctic Argument
Expected Shortly
LONDON, Feb. 3 (UP) The
British Foreign Office said today
that no Argentine protest has yet
been received against the report-
ed British occupation of Antarc-
tic base.
Other quarters anticipated that
communications would be re-
ceived from Buenos Aires over
the week end. These may con-
tain reports of Argentinas con-
cern over British naval opera-
tions In the Antarctic.
Atlantic Society...
(Continued Fro Pare FIVE
George Poole. Sr.. Mrs. IBailie
Foote Allen, Mrs. William A.
Van Slclen. Mrs. W. C. Smith.
Mrs. John Greening. Mrs. J. A.
Cunningham, Mrs. Parker. Mrs.
Wallace Thrift, Mrs. Freda
Boydston, Mrs. Percy Lawrance,
Mr. Lee Naah, Mrs. Benjamin
Brundage. Mr. Walter Watt.
Mrs. George Zimmerman ana
Mrs. Floyd McDermltt.
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Heurtematte Recital Tonight
The Heurtematte Ballet School
will present their Colon pupils
in a dance recital this evening
at the inter-American Woman's
Club. The public is Invited.
Section Of Amador
Road To Be Closed
To Traffic 4 Days
The section of Amador Road
between Empire and A k e e
Streets will be closed to traffic
for four days next week because
of construction activities in that
area, it was announced yester-
day at Balboa Heights.
The street will be closed at 7
a.m. Tuesday morning and Is
scheduled to be reopened to traf-
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construction area over Empire
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAM NEWSPAPER
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Motorbike Speedway Racing At Colon Tomorrow,
Little
League
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost
Police............ 3 2
Sean............ 3 t
AFGE 14.......... 3 t
Lincoln Ufe........ 2 S
BtaMM........ .. 3
Firemen.......... 2 3
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Elks 8, Lincoln Life 2.
MONDAY'S GAME
Firemen vs. Lincoln Life.
Elks 1414 AB R HTO
Hele, If....... 2 2 0 0
..alvosa, 3b .... 3
Ryter, ss...... 3
Lovelady, lb..
Trimble, c. ..
Lewis, p ,.
Kirkland, qf ..
DesLondes, 2b
Thompson, rf.
1
1
1
1
2
3 0
Totals........20 8 5 18 11
Score By Innings
Lincoln Life 200 0002 5 3
Elks 1414 103 llx8 5 1
Winning PitcherLewis. Los-
ing PitcherBateman. Struckout
The Elks tightened up the Pa-1 byLewis 3, Bateman 3, Durham
clfic Little League race yesterday, 1. Base on Balls offLewis 1,
afternoon by defeating Lincoln1 Bateman 4, Durham 2. Hit by
Life 8 to 2. At the completion of Pitched Ballby Bateman (Love-
the first round of play that end-
ed yesterday only one game sep-
arates the top and bottom teams
In the loop. With one more round
and three weeks of play In the
first half it looks to be a battle
right down the line.
The Elks, behind the effective
pitching of John Lewis, won their
second game as against three de-
feats by coming up with five
runs on three hits in the third
Inning to put the game beyond
recall. After a shaky first inning
when Lincoln Life collected their
only sons of the game Johnny
Lewis settled down and blanked
the Insurancemen the rest of the
way, giving up four hits- over the
slx-lnnlng route. Bruce Bateman
started on the mound and was
relieved in the third by Gust
Durham.
Bruce Bateman led the losers
lady 4, Lewis). DoubleplayMc-
Orlff, V. Dubols. Two Base Hits
Trimble, Durham, Bateman. Hits
offBateman 3 In 2 2-3 Innings;
Durham 2 in 3 1-3. Umpires-
Mead and Harvey. ScorerLove-
lady. Time of Game1:25. At-
tendance 200.
Along The Fairways
GAMBOA GOLF AND COUNTRY
CLUB NOTES
Cross-Country Tournament.
Feb. 9th and 10th
A cross-country tournament
has been planned for the Gamboa
week end of
Id The
Letter Box
Fort Clayton, C.Z.'
Sports Editor,
The Panam American.
Dear Editor:
As a follower and a former
player of soccer, I am profoundly
grateful for the occasional ap-
pearances In your newspaper of
lctures depleting soccer at Its
I am sure that many soccer
fans are eagerly following the
Panam American's sports col-
umn in search for more informa-
tion about the game. Scores and
standings of International soc-
cer games would be highly ap-
preciated.
Respectfully yours,
"A Soccer Fan."
Third Place Stake Of Panama
Game Tonight; Yanks Win 5-0
Pan Liquido Takes Over
First Place In Softball
TEAM STANDINGS
Pan Liquido .... 7 I
Firemen's Insur. .. 7 3
Elks.......... S
Philippine Rattan. 4 7
CAA..........
.777 Sevel, stock and Perry with one
each_ accounted for the six hits
.7M
.67
.364
golfers during the
Feb. 9th and 10th.
The layout was masterminded
at the plate collecting two bits' In .Tn^ffl.^^ft.^.fty!
three trips with Hafvosa, Ryter, wf"',\esr^pesfnhtt:.maklng abmty
i. t ,i. oH K-irvianH nil r all contestants.
Trimble, Lewis and Kirkland all gf *'
garnering a hit apiece for the1*
Elks.
The box score:
Lincoln Ufe AB R H PO
Parker, rf...... 8 1 0 0
Million, c-lf .... 3
Bateman, B., p-c 3
Durham, If-p. .. 2
McOrlff, ss..... 3
Dubols. J., 3b. .. 2
Ross, cf....... 3
Sander, W., 3b .. 1
Dubols, V., tb. .. 1
Laatz, lb....... 2
aSander, B..... 1
Totals",.......25 2 5 16 B
CZ Amateur League
Lead At Slake In
Sla. Crui Tomorrow
(BY HERBERT MOISE)
LEAGUE STANDING
Teams
Powells (S.C......2
Alemn Jr., St. Cruz 2
Spur CoU (R.T. ... 1
Canada Dry. Paraso 0
Age wood (Chagrea) 0
Won Lost Pet.
Tee Green Par
1........ 1 3 4
2........ 4 2 4
3........ 3 Ladles 1 3
4........ 2 4 4
8........ 8 8 3
6........ 9 7 4
7........ 8 6 5
8........ 7 5 6
9........ 8 9 4
This tournament is open to all
members and their families, in
fact .golf playing wives are en-
couraged to enter. Full handi-
caps will be allowed.
An entry fee of SO cents will be
charged and prizes will be
awarded for low gross score; low
net and second and third low net
scores. For those who have trou-
Fastlich League
STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Conejos ........ 4 0 l.ooo
Palomas........X 1 .667
Ocelots........1 3 .333
Macaws ......... 1 t .333
Pumas......... 3 .600
FIRST NO-HITTER
Thursday afternoon the Elks
and Fan Liouldo battled to a 3-3
deadlock. Bill Muller was on the
mound for the beermen and was
touched for only three runs on
seven hits and three bases on
balls. Fritz Cheney did the hurl-
ing for the Elks giving up three
runs on three hits and five
walks.
Leading batsmen Thursday
were: Pan LiquidoLee with 2
for 2 trips to the plate, Skinner
2 for 3, Lane and Hennessey col-
lected one each. ElksBob Taht
with 2 for 3, Chance, Evans, Hale,
Copello and Cheney one each.
Pete Hale's was a long four-bag-
ger in the third with nobody on.
There were many surprised
fans Friday when the fourth
place Philippine Rattan team
off Engelke.
Leading batters (based on 25
or more times at bat):
Stanley (PL).........448
Hllzlnger (FI).......432
Lawyer (PR)........ .400
Skinner (PL).........400
Chance (Elks)...... 360
Leading pitchers:
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
The Standings
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Bembers........17 10 .534.
Yankees........lg M .621
Bluebirds.......10 17 .336
Brownies.......10 n ,370
TONIGHT'S GAME
Panam Stadium (7:3*)
Brownies (Robinson 2-2) vs
Bluebirds (Stempel 3-3).
LAST NIGHT'S RESULTS
'Alt. Hope StadiumYankees 5,
Bombers (14 Innings).
The third place Bluebirds and
Brownies, now deadlocked, will
fight it out tonight at the Pan-
Hllzinger (Fl)
Muller (PL)
gSSSS nAn^^aJLV"8"^ team 15 to 3 to give
S tlKJSfS a* snu?. I .^ff fig? SSSS
STaMP thC Cel0t3- H355 iff Son" Lew HKer
sc0'e ML- n# th-, .. on the mound Ior the Insurance
.,t% w n^t se"on! team, was knocked out of the box.
tSLJ,$L*Z t ConK3h,th.lr2 Howard Engelke did one of his
m,aii.Sc0uwhn1Hhe.blafedi o*8* hurlln8 f0b8 the year for
0eB.cd4'.p, left f,le,ld- Aether the Furnlturemen, allowing only
S?*2S H^Halmeiby 9P- three runs on six hits and three
2S,J0. 3*82 H^ydten when h: bases on balls.
last two putouts me sluggers for Philippine
Rattan were Fraser with 3 for 4,
Lawyer and Howard Engelke with
2 for 4, Newhouse with 2 for 5
and Medinger, Sutherland, Nich-
ols and Woodruff chalked up one
each. For Firemen's Insurance
Angermuller, Hllzlnger, Pescod
bles reaching the greens but who
are expert with tn
Eize also will be av
dividual who requires the least
elr putters, a
m
Totals........28 7 7 31 8
1.000
1.000
.500
.000
.000
Revamped and much Improv-
ed over last season's team, the
Santa Cruz Alemn Jr. outfit
will battle the defending Cham-
pion Powells of Silver City for
current leadership in the canal
Zone Amateur League at Santa
Cruz Sunday momln* at 9:30.
This is expected to be a thriller
typical of games between
these teams. By winning their
first two games in impressive
fashion, the Dredge towners
nave served notice that they will
be stronger contenders in the
present season.
Always a menace to the Silver
City pennant cause last year.
Alemn Jr. played two extra-In-
ning games against the champs
both at Mount Honelosing
one 10 to 9 and tying the other
at three runs. The third meet-
ing at St Cruz, went to Powells
12-4.
Probable starter for the home
team is Percy Jamleson. lanky
lde arming righthander, ace
and mainstay of the pitching
staff. Jamleson was among the
top pitchers of last season. To
opoose Jamleson. Godwin Moore
will choose between Hudson and
Erskine. The latter a lefthand-
er.
Other games on tap in the
CZAL bring Chagres to Red Tan*
and Paraso to La Boca. All
games will beain at 9:30 a.m.
School Series Postponed
The rubber matches of the Lo-
cal-rate High Schools Baseball
Series were postponed until next
Friday. These teams girls and
bovs are tied with one victory
aDiece. La Boca sweeping the
first set at the Balboa Stadium
and Silver City winning the girls
game 7 to 1 and bovs* 3 to 1 at
the Mount Hooe Stadium the
following week to even the series.
The reason of postponement
was not disclosed.
number of putts during the 18-
hole play. '
All putts must be holed out;
no concessions may be made.
Winter rules will apply on all
shots so the right to oimprove the
He of the ball will remove one
difficulty of a tough tournament.
A good turn-out of players is
anticipated and the novelty of
the play should add considerable
enjoyment to the week end.
Other tournaments are being
planned by a re-vamped and en-
ergetic Tournament Committee
headed by Harry Hart. Watch for I -mini 10
lnf^im,.tl^n In Into- -Jltl,*..,. iUCitlO .. ,.....ltf
in an unassisted doubleplay.
Today's doubleheader will lead
off with the Macaws against the
Pumas at 1:15 and the- Ocelots
and Pumas will follow at 4 pjn.
Box score for yesterday's game
follow:
Conejos AB R HPO
Magee, rf-cf .... 3112
Hamma, cf .. .. 0
Scott, 3b...... 3
Hammond, ss.
Goodln, c..
Reyes, cf-lb
Reece, lb ..
Sorrel), rf. .
Cotton, Larry,.
If
Hayden, Reg., 2b
McKeown, 2b.
Hayden, Rich.,
Blackburn, p..
If
HInkle, p...... 1
0 T>
1 0
Ocelots AB
Nahmad, rf .. .. S
Black. 3b...... 8
Glassburn, If. .. 1
Hoffman, cf .. .. 1
Cicero, p .. .. .. 1
Fearon, cf-lf.... 1.
Morris, 3b...... S
Archie, c...... 3
HlUlard. ss .. .. 0~
Klrchmler, ss. .. I*
Kaska, lb...... 2
HPO
0 0
Dodgers Ticket
Receipt Shortage
Under DA Probe
Information In later editions.
Quickly Fought
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0 0 21 6
Score By Innings
Conejos 120 022 07 7 1
Ocelots 000 000 00 0 2
Runs Batted InMagee 2,
Scott 2, Goodln, McKeown. Earn,
ed RunsConejos 6. Left on Bas-
esConejos 7, Ocelots 8. Two
Base HitReyes. Home Run
Scott. Stolen BasesMagee 2,
Goodln, Sorrell, Black, Cicero 2,
Archie. Passed BallsGoodln 1,
Archie 1. Struckout byCicero 7,
HInkle 6. Base on Balls offCi-
cero 4. Blackburn 6. HInkle 2. Er-
rorsHammond, Black, Kaska.
Losing PitcherCicero. Winning
PitcherBlackburn. Doubleplay
Reggie Hayden (unassisted).
Umpires Hammond. Thomp-
son. Time of Game2:00,
Seagram?
vo.
^CANADIAN WHISKYi
Now.. .6
years Old!
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (DP) A
$25,e04 shortage in ticket re-
ceipts of the Brooklyn Dodgers
for the 1951 season is being in-
vestigated by the District Attor-
ney's office, it was disclosed to-
day.
Assistant District Attorney Ed-
ward Silver made the announce-
ment last night. He said the
shortage was reported by Dodger
President Walter O'Malley.
It was disclosed during the
routine yearly audit of the club's
books. Silver said, "It is trae a
shortage of a substantial amount
has been discovered in various
ticket accounts of the Brooklyn
baseball club. A bonding com-
pany was promptly notified and
an investigation commenced. The
DJa.'s office was subsequently
notified. The matter is in their
hands."
SU*er said it was still not clear
whether the shortage involved
cash, a bookkeeping error or mis-
takes in the printing of tickets.
He explained that the opportun-
ity for both an honest error and j
a deliberate manipulation In-
creased greatly last year by the
unexpected playoff series with
the New York Giants and the ad-
vance sale of World Series tick-
ets which had to be refunded.
The District Attorney's office
questioned John Collins, the
Dodger business manager in
charge of the ticket department,
for
hours.
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Sampson Returns
Here Tomorrow
Former Panama Lightweight
Champion Clarence "Young'
Sampson is scheduled to return
to Panam tomorrow morning.
Sampson will arrive at Tocu-
men Airport at 8:15 a.m. on Pan-
agra Flight 332.
This Is a triumphant return of
the Panam lightweight who
scored a surprising knockout over
Argentine and South American
Lightweight Champion Jos Ga-
tlca In Buenos Aires last Satur-
day night.
It has been reported that
Sampson's next opponent will be
present Isthmian Lightweight
Champ Wllfredo Brown who
copped the title about two years
ago from Sampson.

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Next week's schedule:
MondayPan Liquido vs. CAA.
Tuesday-Philippine Rattan
vs. Elks.
WednesdayCAA vs. Firemen's
insurance.
Thursday-Philippine Rattan
vs. Pan Liquido.
FridayFiremen's vs. Elks.
Local Rate
Sports Schedule
Sunday, Feb. 3.
CANAL ZONE AMATEUR ,
BASEBALL SCHEDULE
9:30 .m.Silver City Powells
vs. Santa Cms (at Santa Cruz);
Chagres vs. Red Tank Spur Cola
(at Red Tank); La Boca Col. Re-
mon ts. Paraso (at Paraso).
ATLANTIC CRICKET LEAGUE
lz:3e p.m.Surrey C.C. vs. Sil-
ver City C.C. (at Camp Bierd);
Fenwlck C.C. vs. Moretand C.C.
(at Chagres).
PACIFIC CRICKET LEAGUE
12:30 p.m.Ancon C.C. vs. La
Boca C.C. (at La Boca).
DIVISIONAL SOFTBALL LOOP
9:30 a.m.Army Quartermas-
ter vs. Commissary (at La Boca).
TENNIS ELIMINATIONS
:H amParaso and Santa
Cms courts.
"?" *'?sl ama Stadium for sole possession
of third place or the cellar.
The announced starting hurl-
ers are Humberto Robinson of
the Brownies and Cookie Stem-
pel of the Bluebirds.
Last night the amazing Theo-
lic Smith finally tasted defeat In
the Panam League when he vir-
tually "lost" his stuff in the top
of the tenth and the Bomber de-
fense practically went to pieces.
Smith was bested by Higel
(Pat) Patrick in a sizzling
mound duel at the Mount Hope
Stadium. Patrick gave up only
two hits in ten Innings.
At the end of nine innings the
game stood 0-0 but two errors
and four base hits in the tenth
gave the Yanks five big runs.
Coley Wallace TKO'*
Aaron Wilson In 2nd
NEW YORK, Feb. 2 (UP)Co-
ley Wallace, a 107-pound 23-
year-old heavyweight contender,
last night defeated Aaron Wil-
son, 192, for the second time at
St. Nicholas Arena.
Wallace, who floored Wilson
for eight seconds in the first
round and again in the second
for another seven to be saved by
the bell, declsloned his opponent
last November at Madison Square
Garden.
White, Armistead To Try
Skill In Small Stadium
Midday today a motorbike cavalcade through
Colon was scheduled to alert the burgesses and citi-
zenry of that fair metropolis to tomorrow's speed-
way session at the Colon stadium.
Preceding the motor cycles, in convertibles,
were to be the contestants in the current Colon
Queen carnival.
News had not reached Panama at press time of
any new speed champions coming to the fore in the
rush to get nearest to the girls in the cavalcade.
Tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 a series of well-
ordered rushes round the 400 meter Colon stadium
track will reveal the Isthmus' champion short track
speedway rider.
Jerry Fox, who didn't realize what he and his
machine were capable of till they made Choppy
White hurry so much at the last Juan Franco meet-
ing, is reported well-charged with more of that aud-
denly discovered self confidence.
He and Eddie Armistead both have BSA 500cc.
machines of a weight and liveliness better suited to
the short Colon circuit than the one kilometer Juan
Franco track.
Choppy White, Juan Franco champion, knows
that the change of track calls for a change of riding
style. He's happy to oblige, in the interests of being
champ in both fields.
Army Sports

FORT KOBBE, CZ. Match Warrant Officer McKlnney and
play Thursday in the 33rd Regi-
ment golf tournament at the Ft.
Amador course saw one sharp re-
versal of form from the qualify-
ing round.
Major Ernest Hamilton, who
finished eighth in medalist play
and misled making the Regi-
mental team, trounced Captain
Walter T. Eason four up and
three to play. Captain Eason
qualified in a tie for fourth place
and, along with Sergeant Dale
Bean, Maji
the Championship Flight.
Major Robert "K. Barber, will be held Tuesday.
alternate, Captain Kriske will
represent Fort Kobbe's 33rd In-
fantry in the USARCARIB tour-
ney next month.
Bean downed Captain Kriske
one up; Major Barber downed
Corporal Charles W. Joyner four
and three and Warrant Officer
McKlnney beat Lieutenant Rees
Jones two and one to round out
the first day of match play, m
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Panama Amcrxcan
"Let the people know the truth and the country is gafe*' Abraham Lincoln.
Two Canadian frigates, the
HMCS Beacon Hill (FF-303), un- rWENTY-SEVKNTll TEAR
der the command of Lieutenant
Commander J. W. McDowall.i
RCN. and the HMCS Antlgonteh |
(FF-301, commanded by U.
Cmdr. R. Phillips. RCN. arrived,
at Balboa this morning en route
(rom Callao Peru.
Both vessels will berth at the)
U S. Naval Station, Rodman, and.
remain In the Canal Zone until
Monday, Feb. 4th.
These ships are both frigates
of 1 445 tons, 302 feet In length
and each have a complement of
20 officers and ^ enlistedjmen. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 The
shore
PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 195S

FIVE CENTS
Republican Newbold Morris
Heads Federal Cleanup Dri ve
leers and 80 ennsiea men. WASHINGTON, Feb. 2 (UP) i wis.>, a memDer oi me ia*
crews will be granted Newbold Morris, New York City scandals Investigating commit -
leave and liberty while In nt0rmtr, socialite, and a Re- tee, said he does not know
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the Canal Zone.
Reserve Officers
Plan Defense Week
For Feb. 12-22
publican, has been named
head the government's long-
awaited cleanup drive. He
promptly announced his first
project will be to investigate
the Justice Department.
The towering Morris, the
lawyer son-in-law of Judge
Learned Hand, promised to put
his "heart and soul" Into a
A Droaram for the observance\"non-political and non-par-
of National Defensa Week in the ttean" drive to rid federal agen-
Canafzone. Feb. 12-22 lnclu-
ilve, is being; prepared under the
direction of the Reserve Officers
Association. Its sponsors since
1922 according to Walter R.
Hunnlcutt. President of the Ca-
nal Zone Department. Reserve
Officers Association.
"The period between Lincoln s
and Washington's birthdays will
again mark the traditional spot- Uon.
cies of wrongdoers and to make
his report before the elections.
Attorney General J. Howard
McGrath, who announced the
appointment, pledged Morris his
"complete, enthusiastic and un-
limited cooperation." He said he
will move Immediately to pro-
secute any cases turned up
which warrant grand jury ac-
metnber of the tax! and courage by persisting in
his Investigations of Income tax
evasion by political big shots
even after the Department of
Justice threatened him with
dismissal and indictment,"
Bramblett said.
Morris, who will be 50 tomor-
row, told reporters alter con-
ferring with Mr. Truman that
he hopes to start work Monday
and to have a report ready for
Congress by early summer. This
will permit Congress to "take
advantage of, an election year
to test public sentiment" on
laws to present official miscon-
duct, he said.
to Morris but hopes "he gets more
than lip service cooperation
from McGrath and the Justice
Department," He said his group
had been promised full coopera-
tion by McGrath but "we haven't
received it."
Rep. Patrick J. Hillings Calif.) a sponsor of the Judi-
ciary Committee plan to in-
vestigate the Justice Depart-
in e n t, questioned whether
Morris "will be able to conduct
a thorough investigation."
"I don't see how the Justice
Department can investigate It-
self," he said.
Rep. Ernest K. Bramblett (R-
Cal.) urged Morris to appoint
Charles O'Hara, Assistant U. S
self suggested that the inquiry
include the Justice Department.
Morris' selection ends weeks
of search by the President and
McGrath for an "impartial, in-
dependent and highly-respect-
ed" man to help rid the govern-
ment of official mlscounduct.
Democrats consider this vital in
an election year in which Re-
publicans are making "corrup-
tion In government" a key Is-
sue.
Judge Thomas F. Murph? of
New York turned down the job.
McGrath also failed In efforts
to obtain the services of former
Secretary of War Robert P. Pat-
terson, killed In a recent plane
crash, former Ben. Burton K.
Wheler of Montana, Cody Fow-
(NEA Telephoto)
MUDDY MANEUVER A Pittsburgh earth-mover goes to work as the receding Mononga-
hia River left a supply of mire and mud on low-lying areas that were flooded. Pittsburgh
was one of the cities Inundated when the Ohio River system flooded with heavy winter
rains. Nine were killed and more than 8000 made homeless._____________________________
llghtlnR of the nation's defense
needs and plans." said Hunnl-
cutt "and represents a return to
those Ion* established dates."
Hunnlcutt pointed out that
the week celebrated In all
SUtes. territories and posses-
I
McGrath, named by Presi-
dent Truman two weeks ago to
direct the anti-corruption
campaign, said Morris' ap-
pointment had the President's
blessings.
The New Yorker was made a
He called himself "indepen-
dent of any agency" and said ..-v... ^ ..-_,
both McGrath and Mr. Truman i ler of Tampa, Fla., former Presi-
have assuerd him free rein in dent of the American Bar As-
Mtorney In n^ranclsco as I making "an independent, dissociation, and William E. Leahy
hta chief assistant I passionate survey of every a Washington, p. C. lawyer with
"O-Hara proved his Integrity agency." He said McGrath him-1 a high reputation.____________
sions and other areas under tne j special assistant to McGrath
Jurisdiction of the United States. ;witn instructions to Investigate
immediately preceded Armed -misconduct" by federal em-
Forces Day in May 1950 and 1951. ] pi0yea and to make recom-
The Association believes that. mendatlon to strengthen the
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complete separation of the two
occasions wUl better serve the
purposes and objectives of both.
"We want to bring to our fel-
low citizens," he said, a con-
integrity and efficiency" of the
entire government. He will re-
port to McGrath.
The Attorney General assur-
ed Morris that he will have ac-
iow civiiTO, re ed Morris that ne will nave ac-
sciousness of the massive under-, cegg to aU tne iacUlt|ei 0l the
taking now In progress that will government presumably in-
place our country In a position cludlng the rlgnt t0 check ta_
of adequate armed^ength To- ^ mg |t ff d JC
day as never before In history .. g-Tg,
Job Peddling Pro-Truman Democrats
Beat Conspiracy Rap In Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss., Feb. 2 (UP)- charges were vague and ambig- because of PoUfead 'ling.
the manpower and material
needs of our armed services Is
the problem of every American
not Just of the professional
core of regulars In the Army,
Navy and Air Force. Our Re-
serve elements and National
Guard constitute the real deci-
sive factor in our defense plans."
Major Joseph A. Katallnas has
pense money for the inquiry
will be provided by the Justice
Department.
Some member of Congress
have crltlzed the Chief Execu-
tive for putting McGrath In
charge of ah Investigation In-
volving his own department and
the House Judiciary Committee
has voted to conduct its own
minti r ,- -__ _,.
beerT'appVlnted General Chair- Investigation of the Justice De-
man who will announce the partment.
program in detail. Rep. John W. Byrnes (R-
Conspiracy Indictments against
10 pro-Truman Mississippi Dem-
ocrats were dismissed In Federal
Court here yesterday but Judge
Allen Cox upheld the constitu-
tionality of the statute under
which the 10 were charged with
peddling government Jobs.
Cox threw out the conspiracy
indictments on two technicali-
ties. w,f.
He ruled that the acts which
the government defined as con-
spiracies were "not evidence, but
would come with the force of a
solemn finding of a grand Jury.'
He held that the wording of
the charges would have "harm-
ful and unfair effect" regardless
of the manner In which it was
presented to a Jury.
Judge Cox also ruled that the
the Jobs for cash contributions
through their control of federal
patronage in States' Right Mis-
sissippi. ,
Memorial Services
For John L. Reese
Monday Afternoon
., "ore-
oiu i ate in the minds of any petit Jury
"it is Impossible," he said, "forla grave feeling of hostility to-
these defendants to know whe- ] ward the defendants."
ther they are charged with con-| All the defendants were lndict-
spiracy to solicit and receive, ed following the Senate lnvestl-
money for their personal benefit,, gatlon which brought out tettl-
for political purposes, or for mony that they were peddling
both"
The conspiracy count, he said,
was "fatally defective."
Both government prosecutor
Ben Brooks and defense attorney
Ben Cameron refused to com-
ment on the dismissal. Brooks
declined to say If the government
will appeal.
Cox, however, declined te up-
hold tbe defense argument
that all It defendants should
be immune to prosecution be-
cause of having testified be-
fore a Senate subcommittee
which investigated the job-
selling charges.
He mentioned the Increased
use by Congress of investigations
conducted by committees and
subcommittees and warned of
the "need of the courts to see
that great care is exercised that
the Constitutional right of a cit-
izen not be taken from him in
these committee hearings."
He declared none of the de-
fendants had been denied any
right guaranteed to him by the
Constitution.
Regarding the Job sales law,
Cox ruled that "Congress has the
inherent right to pass legislation
to prevent the sale and barter of
offices.'
Attorneys for the 10 under in-
dictment had contended the law
was unconstitutional.
Concerning the conspiracy
count, Cox said that a major-
ity .of the "people of Mississippi
are greatly disturbed by pres-
ent political trends and this
feeling has reached a point
where it might not be inaccu-
rate to describe it as an. in-
flamed opinion."
He indicated that because of
this feeling it would be lmpossi-
Memorial services will be held
at 4:30 p.m. Monday at the Bal-
boa Union Church for John L.
Reese, well-known Canal Zone
old-timer who died last night at
Oorgas Hospital after a long 111-
neM- ., u
Mr. Reese was 84 years old.
Members of the family have
u.~~.- asked that no flowers be sent;
ble for the defendants to have a i instead, friends who wish
fair trial.
Cox said the allegations set
forth in the indictment merely
to show how the alleged conspir-
acy was carried out were not evi-
dence but would nevertheless,
"Yes, I always ask for it"
There are definite reasons why Scotch whisky can only
come from Scotland; and why none is finer than White
Horse. The reasons lie in the barley, the climate and
crystal-clear water of the Scottish hills; in methods of
d'ltillation hardly changed through centuries; in men who
have made a loving art of their slow, unhurried work in
bringing White Horse to final perfection. Always choose
Scotch whisky and ask first for White Horse.
WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky
A pleasure to remembera joy to see again
Stk Diritmtrs: COMPAA CYXNOS Su4. COLON e* PANAMA
' ______________.___________^____,____________


Ernest Williams
Elected To Head
Credit Union
Members of the Balboa Fed-
eral Credit Union elected Ernest
L. Williams as President, at their
fourth nnual meeting held at
the Pacific Clubhouse Thursday.
Others elected were:
Vice president, John A. East-
mond; treasurer, Rupert S. Rey-
nolds: assistant treasurer, Mel-
ford Hymlson; clerk, Ralph Car-
ter; directors. William Myrle,
Edward J. Bernard, Carlyle
Clarke, and Jos O'Quendo.
Credit committee: chairman,
George Edghlll; secretary. Tll-
gath Brathwalte; member, Pearl
Williams.
Supervisory committee: chair-
man, Kenneth L. Cyrus, secre-
tary, Viviana Martin, Herman
Sayne, member.
SHOE THIEF STUMBLES
8T. LOUIS (UP)A thief, who
smashed a display window of a
shoe store here, must have been
disappointed with his loot. Leon
Epstein, proprietor of the store,
said the loot consisted of five
odd shoes. Four were for the
right foot, one for the left and
each a different size. ~
make contributions to the polio
fund. t,
Mr. Reese was born In Belle-
fonte Pennsylvania, on May 21.
1867 He started railroading on
the Wabash Railroad out of Chi-
cago and later worked for the
B R &P.. which he left to come
to' the Canal Zone In March
17. _
He was a locomotive engineer
from that date, first for the
Isthmian Canal Commission and
later for the Panama Railroad
until he resigned in 1920.
After his Panama Railroad
service he worked for some time
with the Army.
He was at one time engineer
on the "world's shortest
Two-Man Team Here
To Study Need For
Educational Data
Lane C. Ash. from the United
States Office of Education. Fed-
eral Security Agency, and Dr.
Fernando R. Romero, Chief or
the Vocational Education Sec-
tion, Pan American Union, are in
Panam, as members of the stu-
dy committee set up by the Divi-
sion of Education. The Institute
of Inter-American Affair and
the Pan American Union, to pre-
pare an "on-the-spot" survey of
the need for Instructional mate-
rials In the Industrial Schools of
Latin America. >
This trip will cover Nicaragua.
Panam, Per, Paraguay and
Brazil. The committee will stay
from two days to a week or more
in eaeh country. Their report
will be presented Jointly to the
IIAA and tHe PAU.
Chairman of the committee,
Ash has been designated by Dr.
Earl J. McGrath. U.8. Commis-
sioner of Education and Dr. Ro-
mero of Per has been appoint-
ed by the Secretary General of
the Pan American Union, Dr.
Alberto Lleras Camargo.
The purpose of the study will
be to secure Information from
the selected Latin American
countries concerning the avail-
ability of Instructional materials
for use in vocational trade and
industrial schools and classes
and Industrial arts schools and
classes.
In their report the committee
will suggest procedures for meet-
ing the need for instructional
materials until the way can be
paved for the Latin American
countries to produce their own.
The report will be published by
The Institute of Inter-American
Affairs, which is the Regional
Office for the Technical Coop-
-uaa Jo; 'uonuwuiuiPV uoijeja
eral distribution to all Latin
American countries Where Coop-
erative Education Programs are
in operation. It win also be dis-
tributed bv the Pan American
Union to such other countries,
officials, and persons as it may
determine desirable.
. The Study Committee actually
will be composed of the two
members of the Mission (Ash
and Romero), the consultant of
the'DIvislon of Education. IIAA.
Dr. J. C. Wright, who formerly
was Assistant Commissioner for
Vocational Education in the U.S.
Office of Education until he re-
tired in 1940". and two members
from every selected country..
One of the latter members will
be nominated by the Minister of
Education and together, they
will represent the Cooperative
Education Program In each such
country.
If
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(NBA Telephoto)]
BRIDGE TO NOWHERE This, bridge, ordinarily leading"
into Marietta, O, leads right Into the swollen Ohio River as
the flood crested at the Ohio city. Although freezing tem-
peratures cut down the flood threat, the rising waters had
already driven 8000 persons from their homes and killed -
least nine.
Delia Moreno Wins
Point 4 Scholarship
In Home Economics
Miss Delia Moreno, a Pana-
manian teacher, left yesterday
for Puerto Rico to make ad-
vanced studies in tbe field of
home economics on a scholar-
ship granted by the Inter-
American Institute of Agricul-
tural Science in coperatlon
with the University of Puerto
Rloo through The Institute of
Inter-American Affairs, accord-
ing to an announcement made
by Ernest C. Jeppsen, Director
of 8CIDE.
Miss Moreno, who isa Home
Economics teacher In a grade
school at Bejuoo, was born in
Macaracas, Los Santos, and re-
ceived her degree from the Es-
cuela Profesional In Panama.
She was selected by the Inter-
American Education Coopera-
tive Service (SCIDE), which Is
a iolrit Panamanian United
States organization created by
the Ministry of Education of
Panama and the Institute of In-
ter-American Affair, a U. S.
Government Point 4 agency.
A group Of five teachers were
contestants on the basis of their
outstanding qualification, abili-
ties and interest in furthering
road." the spur which ran to the
Fortified Islands through Fort
Amador.
For many years Mr., and Mrs.
Cristobal YMCA
Begins Spanish
Classes Feb. 6
Registration for beginners
Spanish will be accepted at the
Cristobal Armed Services YMCA
for classes beginning Wednes-
day, Feb. 6. These classes are
conducted by Mrs. Ruby Osplna,
a teacher from the Panama
public schools.
------, Beginners Spanish te an ln-
rell- formal course of Instruction de-
Amall May Folk
Michael Y. DlSalto
As Price Stabilizer
WASHINGTON. Feb. 2 (UP)j
Former GOv. Ellis Amall <
Georgia has been offered tl
Job of Director of Price Stat
lzatlon to replace Michael
DISalle, Informed sources s
today.
Amall refused to commt
But it wa learned he took tl
Job under consideration after J
luncheon meeting today ww
economic stabilizer Roger
Putnam.
Arnall, it wa disclosed, hi
promised to notify Putnam an
President Truman of hta deq
sion within the next week.
Sources close to Arnall
dlcated that he will accept If
Job as soon as he can termnat
or suspend connections with h
Atlanta, Ga., law firm and at
tain leave of absence from
present position as president ol
the Independent Motion picture
Producers Association. .
Arnall, who called on PresiJ
dent Truman at the Wt
House yesterday planned to
turn to his home In Atlant
tonight, and It was understoo
he wanted to discuss the prl
lies ans urcereat m iuimbuusihc ** -~ ...-v. --- r
their education in the practical Job with hte family and bus in
application of home economics.
The home economic course
at the University of Puerto Rico
is under the guidance of Doc-
tor Lydia J. Roberts, Head of
the Home Economics Depart-
ment, and will cover various as-
pects of rural life, audio visual
education and planning of edu-
cational program, for the im-
provement of the farmer's life.
Upon her return Miss More-
no will work under the pro-
gram set up by the Ministry of
Education of the Republic of
Panama,
associates. Amall has a wile ar
two school age children.
DISalle announced lt we
that he 1 resigning as soon
President Truman can find
successor In order to run l
the United SUtes Senate fro
Ohio.
President Truman told
news conference yesterday tr
he may Offer Arnall a Feder
post If the former govern*]
ever want one. 7\
He also said he has picked
successor to DISalle but refuse
to connect the two statemens.
signed to enable the learner to
converse In the spoken Spanish
of Panama. Civilian as well as
,...-.. ... members of the armed force
Reese lived off Thatcher High- I ue invited to avail themselves
way at the Old Boy Scout camp 0f tne opportunity to leam
* .*_- **-.. Oafint Hill nflita *b_____ __% J
from which Boy Scout Hill gets
its name. In teter years Mr. and
Mrs. Reese lived at San Francis-
co de la Caleta.
He te survived by his wife; a
brother, two daughters and
three sods. One daughter. Mrs.
Joe Christopher and n' Jonn
L Reese Jr. live In Diablo. An-
other daughter. Mrs. Charles
Holler lives in Whittier. Califor-
nia and the other two sons also
make their homes In the United
States. Frank in Warren. Penn-
sylvania and Charles In Texas.
His brother. Jerry Reese, lives ta
Decatur. 111. ._ .
There are also three grand-
children and five Kt grand-
children, i. _..-.. r***i
opportunity .
Spanish at nominal cost.
Caskin To Deliver
Talk On Retirement
For Local-Raters
Edward A. Gaskln. president
of Local BOO, OCEOC-CIO. will
deliver a talk on proposed lagla-
latlon on retirement for local-
rate employes tomorrow after-
noon at 1:15 over station HOG-
Oaskln's talk will be the first
of a serle of bi-monthly pro-
grams to be presented by the
union on the first and third
Sunday of each month, ti--'
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