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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Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01384

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Panama, a. p., ntn>4T, February is, 1952
PITE CENT
*m
George_
CZ Dispensaries
To Close Monday
Lies
Vault
Kings
The medical clinic* (dispen-
saries) at AncOn and Balboa.will
be closed next Monday and their
services transferred to the new
Out-Pattent Medical Clinics at
Gorges HospiUl. This coming
change was announced late last
August, but has been delayed
pending remodeling of clinic
space at Oorgas Hospital.
The out-Patient Medical Cli-
nics are located on the ground
floor of Section A. which Is ad-
jacent to the Oorgas Hospital
Administration Buildlni. The
former Ward 1 has been con-
verted into the clinic for U.S.-
Rate patients; the former Ward
3 becomes the clinic for local
"&r3ffi will be staffed at
first with six doctors, two nurses,
four clerks and a number of at-
tendants and technicians
Clinic hours will be from 8.30
to USO a.m., dally except Sun-
day and from 1:30 to 3:30 pm,
Monday through Friday Em-
ployes who cannot attend tne
clinics during these hours be-
cause of their work will be red
for at the clinics between 3.30
and SptoMonday throughFri-
day. This 3:M to 5 period, how-
ever, will be for employes only.
Tttt cttrikswill be closed Sa-
turday afternoons. Sundays and
pff'bus service will be Mil-
able between the Ancon and Bal-
pt
mut8> lattmfe. ?*"****?
mf pace has been made MaO-
m
dlcal Clinic building In Balboa.
No charges will be made for ser-
vices at this Station, and a limit-
ed number of standard drugs
may be purchased there
Its hours will be from 8:30 to
11:30 a.m. dally except Sunday;
and holidays and from 1:80 to 4
p.m., Monday through Friday.
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Kennecott On
Tole; Just A
'Routine Check'
NEWYOlK.Feb. 15 (UP)
A spokesman for Kenne-
cott Copper Corporation to-
day said that tht inspection
for a possible copper deposit
in Panam (Tal) recently
was a routine check that is
part of a continuing geolo-
gical search in various re-
gions of the world.
Reports from field investi-
gators are net made public
except in cases of an excep-
tionally rich discovery, and
Shots Ring Out
Around Home Of
RP Magistrate
traS ira? '2?iS| ^'^fi^s^
Court, today charged that mem- are made for development.
of certain political partly ^he ,6kesmon said that
trying >< uttafatate'him, 9mmttmA .
along sections A and B and
there is. to addition, a parklnf
ab
re is, m aauiwon, w*^K
lot lmredietery behind .Section;
Is reserved for out-patients' cars.
A pharmacy has been estab-
lished in Section A between the
two wards and prescribed drugs
may be purchased here.
Tri telephone number for the
U S.-Rate out-Patient Clinic is
2-6464. That for the Loeal Eat
Out-Pfttlent Clinic Is 2-8380.
Telephone calls for emergency
mvdical attention at home or In
case of accidents should still be
made to the Medical Call Ser-
vice, 2-1111.
A First Aid 8tatlon. for emer-
gency medical care, under the di-
rection of a Registered Nurse,
will be maintained at the Me-
bers
taUoiringen a^te'SpTKoo't'Sp the reports from Panam ap-
his home last night. parently do not warrant a
Unknown assailants drove by J~,, ,,.,-,.,,?
in a car early this morning and public announcement
shot at the Magistrate's Airport _------,-------------
Road home, but Instead red at
least four bullet Into the home
of one of Morales' neighbors.
Two bullets were dug from the
walls of the dining room ehd the
front wall of the home of Tomes
Arosemena, whose home Is next
to .-Morales'. Another bullet per-
forated the top of an automo-
bile owned by Hlr
another nelghl
ral
Court ruling that AtttelJ of a^K^ng m,,. qoiU VJdemard
the Electoral Law was constltu- "*
Videgaard Case
Dwindles To
gjdJegal
"" The bafflmeTton
aDptarance of weaithy flwetl
shipping owner Oosta VJdeita_.
apparently dwindled down today
jrarfio Oduber
This article permiti parttel tt- ,, & nelri the search for
gained after the electoral m at %- ln panam was all but
was promulgated to have repra-
sentatives on the National Bec-
">ral Jury.
A ruling of unconatltutlonallty
toral Jury. ____.,_ derman left via PAA at 2:10 this
wVdTaCbaTreUpKe morning. .pW uo his attempt
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the Magistrate's residence.
Tornadoes And Hailstorms
Lash Across South; 4 Dead
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 16
(UPlTornadoes jabbing across
the South like giant corkscrews
left four persons dead, at least
80 Injured and scores of rural
dwellers homeless yesterday.
Property damage ln the four
states hit would run to at least
$1,000,000, early estimates in-
dicated. Sheets of rain and
pelting hall which accom-
panied the twisters ln some,
places added crop damage to
that done to buildings.
The tornadoes, generated aa
warm air from the Southeast
collided with a cold front from
the West, began their hop-skip
career Wednesday afternoon in
Arkansas. The climax was a
vicious Mow In Southern Ten-
nessee near midnight which kill-
ed three and Injured 40. Alaba-
ma and Mississippi were lashed
meanwhile.
The stem frent swept out
In the Atlantic near Charles-
ten, S. C where high winds
knocked eat the pewer to an
bland resort.
At Decherd. Tenn., 40 miles
West of Chattanooga, the tor-
nado flattered the home of Clif-
ford 8ne.ll, 38. Snell and his
four-year-old son died in the
cascade of timbers. Mrs. Mamie
Dodson was killed ln the col-
lapse of her home nearby as the
storm struck while she slept
Near Tuscaloosa. Ala., a twis-
ter blew off a chimney and fly-
ing stones killed Clarence Espy
of the New Lexington com-
munity.
Forty injured.from the De-
cherd area were taken to the
small hospital at nearby Win-
chester, Term., taxing Its staff
and facilities. Birmingham hos-
pitals treated 35 Injured, many
of them seriously hurt, from
the Tuscaloosa County storm
and another near Adamsville.
10 miles North of Birmingham
1. A. Brown, 38, oX Adanms-
ville, said he and his mother
were listening to the radio
when they heard the' rising roar
of the storm over the music.
,'Just as I lot up and started
to the basement,' the thing hit
us," he said. "I looked up and
saw the roof blowing away. The
walla started falling Inward. My
mother was blown around like a
top but she got down behind a
reirigerator and escaped In-
jury."
drown also escaped al-
though his home and the
house next doer were. de-
molished. The neighbors
weren't heme at the time.
Red Cross teams rushed .emer-
gency supplies to the hard-bit
Alabama and Tennessee storm
areas. They set up food kitchens
and provided shelter for blown-
out residents.
The Decherd tornado left
Shetland
complete.,
and his wife, an elderly couple,
saw their walls and chimney
tottering as the twister struck.
They quickly pulled a mattress
over themselves and escaped
serious Injury as the house clat-
tered down. The storm had come
and gone in two minutes.
At Manila, Ark., scene of the
opening storm, five persons
were Injured including Mrs.
Edith Hicks, 29, and her son,
Larry, six, who were ln critical
condition.
A savage wind rain and hall
storm battered rural sections of
Madison County, Miss., damag-
ing crops, breaking windows
and covering a highway with
giant hailstones.
Broken trees blocked high-
ways along the storm's path In
North Alabama and Southern
Tennessee. Power lines were
snapped by the falling Umber
and emergency crews were
working to restore communica-
tion.
(NBA Radio-Telephoto)
SORROWFUL CORTEGE The flag-draped coffin of King George VI, with the Imperial
aCrown, Royal Orb and Royal Sceptre resting on it. moves through the wet streets of
Ltodon^r Bui oarrtat* on Its way to Westminster all. King's OtmjM^ hwfgv
surrounds the casket, with Prtacs Philip (right) and the Duke of Gloucester following the
Queen Sprinkles
Earth On Coffin
WINDSOR, England, Feb. 15 (UF).-Kino, George VI
was buried today in the vault of British monarchs beneath
the ancient chapel of St. George after a 25-minute cere-
mony in which Queen Elizabeth II sprinkled earth on his
coffin from a silver bowl.
And in a touching gesture of a daughter, rather than
of a queen, the 25-year-old Elizabeth cost aside her sover-
eign's precedence, and walked into the chapel and out
with her widowed mother beside her, instead of to the rear
as Royal ceremonial would decree.
abandoned.
Swedish Detective
Harry So-
left Hotel El Panama on
Jan. 25 to "take a walk" and was
are now represenwa, iron? re- 0 heKfl from t^to.
talnlng their representatlor,i on ne8^e,renSnie?te,prlnts of "ide-
the Ejectors Jury "This would ^<8 ^ with tocal police in
have given the coaUUon wMob. ^ ^ nlg body ,, ever re_
supports the.candidacy of C Jose A. Remn a clear majority on the vote-counting board. !r?vS"SLsf rtahlngexrwdlttorkl
An investigation has been or- f^^^nm^a ifuiHess
dered into the shooting around '
Vldegaard's clothes were found
at the beach by hoodlum* who
Infest that area and the theory
the millionaire Swede was de-
voured by sharks while swimming
had ben held most likely,' -
As regards any settlement Of
Vldegaard's affairs, District At-
torney Jose M. VssquexDia said
that If It were Panam H would
take 15 years and six months be-
fore he could be declared legally
It will, however, be resolved by
Swedish law. believed to require
a span of sevn vears, same as
ln the United States.
Meanwhile the $5,000 reward
for Vldetaand, dead or alive, con-
tinues and four of PaltUJa-s
beachcombers are under arrest.
They Include the pair who said
they found the Swede's clothing
on a rock but Investigators said
today simply: "There are no
new developments."
The
Judges' Bench

Por falling to carry a valid
certificate of Inspection for
his bus Arthur Oladstone Hawes,
mtuv^.u ...,. v" nis DUS Arxnur unuuwnc naww,
hetland pony groping bout a 36.year-old Panamanian, was
ompletely blind. Tern Collins fined $10 this morning to the
nri hi nrtf am atlrlarlw Niuntf n.,L_. __(.-_,_. r.A..*t
Balboa Magistrate's Court.
Two defendants were fined
$io during yesterday afternoon's
session for trespassing In the
La Boca Commissary. They
wtre M-year-old Olga Bosquez
and 21-year-old Yolanda Lay.
both Panamanians.
And for parking on La Boss
Road without lights after 0 p. m.
Bryan Wilson Vaughan, 30-
year-old American was fined $5.
Egypt Readies Proposal
On Middle East Pact
CAIRO, Peb. 1 (DP)Bgypt Is
preparing a detailed counter
proposal to the Middle Bast de-
fense pact suggest*'
the United States,
ested by Britain,
ttes, France and
!'r!tey for the defense of the
z Canal Zone.
!.; Crusade'For Freedom
Is Our Best National
Defense.
(NBA Radlo-Telephotol
THREE QUEENS Their faces reflecting their grief at the
loss of King Oeorge VI, Great Britain's three queens arrive
at Westminster Hall, where the body of the King lay in state
for four days before his burial today at Windsor Castle.
Trom left to right are Queen Elizabeth II, her grandmother,
Queen Mary, and the Queen Mother Elizabeth.'
*T-------------------: '
i rench Deserter Who Served Vichy
Unmasked As Smashup Kills Deputy
Truce Talkers
Nearer Solution
uNJOM, Korea, rtth is
(UP)United nations and Com-
munist trace negotiator" have
reached agreement on nearly ev-
ery point regarding exchange of
war prisoners except the issue of
repatriation. _
The Reds stUl Insist that all
The King was committed to
the great vault so secret that
It has never been photographed
on a purple and gold bier that
sank Into the tomb only a few
feet from the casket containing
the body of King Henry VIII. fa-
ther of Elisabeth I.
The brief but magnificent ser-
vices were witnessed ln hushed
silence by some 1*00 of the great-
est of Britain's nobility, states-
men, soldiers and peers.
Winston Churchill, ln the uni-
form of Lord Warden of Cinque
Ports, ablase, with gold braid
and medals, stumbled very bad-
ly on the step leading into the
choir and almost fell
There w*s a gasp from the
people sitting there, but he re-
covered himself a little shaken.
Kings and queens and prin-
cesses from the dwindling bro^
therh!
prisoners be returned regardless
of their own preference.
The United'Nations negotia-
tors Insist prisoners should be al-
lowed to refuse to return to Red
territory if they wish.
At tomorrow's truce meeting
here the Communists are to pre-
sent tht United Nations team
with a new proposal for a full
dress Korean peace conference to
follow the conclusion of an ar-
mistice.
One company-shed Red at-
Unlted Nations
tack caused .
forces to yield sue advanced
position today.
The rest of the action on the
land front was limited to pla
toon-sized" attacks.
The Reds failed to foUow up
their previous night's attack ln
the Heartbreak Ridge sector.
which are suspended the sword
and emblem of knights, were
filled with heads of state and
royalty of many countries.
At the end of the altar sat the
King of Norway. Across from
him on the right sat the Queen
of Netherlands. Other royal vis-
itors gathered close by.
The body of the King was
borne Into the Chapel by the
Grenadier Guards.
They stood motionless during
the two minutes of silence thai
began throughout Britain and
the commonwealth at 2 p.m.
Then they passed on through
the nave of the Church and
placed the coffrn on the bier.
The Imperial Crown, the orb
of a Christian King and sceptre
with the great Culllnnne dia-
mond In Its head, were taken
from the coffin and placed on a
the j
simple burial servloe of the
Church of England in the 5O0-
vear-old ehapel of the Order of
the Garter.
Gee. Dwtfht D. Elsenhower
arrived wtth his wife. A Week
seed was sewn en his left
sleeve.
The first arrival, two hours
ind 15 minutes before the serv-
ice began, was King Peter of Yu-
goslavia and his pretty young
queen. __
They sat alone In the freeaine
church for fully an hour and
then there was a vignette of dra-
ma when ex-King Michael of
Rumania arrived with Queen
Anne.
The two ex Kings uravely
ihook hands, kissed each other's
wives on the cheek and on the
hand and then sat side by side
without speaking.
The dark oak-carved stalls of
the Knights of Garter, above
Two Chinese companies then
BBL
ing Valley.
They were halted 35 minutes
_. through a dense smoke-
screen In the Mundu
attack
PARIS, Peb. 15 (UP)"-Por six'said Ducreux, or Tacnet, was
'tars French array deserter and)considered a highly suc'ful
'."azi collaborator Jacques Tacnet businessman ln the textile ta-
llved under the assumed name Of dustry.
Jacques Dycreux, built up a re-| ----------------------------------
&b:.^ Gambling On Agoi*
later at the United Nations barb-
ed wire by htense artillery, mor-
tar and tank fire.
Central Labor Union
To Meet Sunday
The regular monthly meeting
of the Central Labor Union
; Metal Trades Council will be held
Sunday morning at 8:30 ln the
Balboa Lodge Hall.
Important decisions concern-
tog meeting dates will be made
The Crusade For Freedom
Is Our Best National
Defense.
Chinese Reds Jal
600 Merchants On
'Swindlina' Charae
HONG KONG, Feb. 15 (UPl
About 800 merchants have re'
portedry been arrested by the
Chinese Communists ln the can-
ton provincial capital ofKwang-
tung on charges of "swindling
the state." ,
Roundups are also being con-
ducted in other parts of China In earet.
the Reds "Five Antis'
' Pri n c f n Muff trot, >sfS#lM
BEss* sin B aaef he Oseda
foOter steed te the right and
behind tie eoffht. with be
Qeeeai stsssst te ft.
As the Archbishop of Canter-
bury read the ritual of commit
tal. the entire bier sank slowly
Into the private tomb.
Elisabeth sprinkled earth Into
It.
She had her eyes closed.
Joining the Archbishop of
Canterbury, primate of an Eng-
land, in the services were the
Archbishop of York. Dean of
Winchester and Dean of Wind-
sor.
All the royal women ln the
stalls sat with their veils up be-
fore the body arrived, but when
the service began, they dropped
the black lace over their faces.
The Duke of Windsor, exceed-
ingly solemn In his blue uniform
of the Admiral of the Fleet, stay-
ed to the rear of the widowed
Queen Mother and her two bro-
thers, along with the Dukes of
Edinburgh. Gloucester and Kent.
The Archbishop ef Canter-
bury closed the service as be
pronounced tne senedletlem
He leaned n his tall golden
staff which Is the sysakel ef
his office.
The Archbishop had risen
from the sick-bed to participate.
After the funeral service j
Queen accompanied by the Duke
of Edinburgh drove from St.
George's Chapel back to London.
In the followlnB car were the
Queen Mother and Princess Mar-
drlve; The Duke and Duchess of
merchants and Indus- Gloucester were to the fourth car
and after them the Duke of
Windsor with the Princess Roy-
al.
As the sun set over London st
ft:IS this evenina thousands of
flags fluttered up to full mast
The King .was dead and bur-
agalnat
trlallsta.
The five antis sre:
Antl evasion of taxes. ^^
Anti stealing state property.
Anti stealing state economic
Information.
snti bribery.
Anti bad work by contractors, led. Tona live* the Queen.
Assembly.
He was unmasked only In
death.
Police said Ducreux. who was a
Radical Socialist deputy from the
Vosges province and who was
killed recently in an automobile
accident, was sought by au
French police stations on charges
pf desertion and collaboration
with the Vichy regime.
Police learned the deputy's;
true identity from documents,
found while searching his pock-
eta after a road smash Feb. 1.
,Tacnet was his true name, and:
be was born in Paris ln 1913, and.
not at St. Die, in the Vosges de-
partment. In 1918 as he claimed
"Ae police immediately noti-
fied Bdouard Herriot, president
of is Chamber of Deputies.
, A few days later Herrtot spoke
the usual eulogy for deceased
members but cut his speech to
mere data wlthou as tradition
re-miresextolling the virtues of
tie 6 'd deputy.
The Ministry ci th Interior
At El Roncho For
Colon Benefit
Another gala weekend of ca-
sino-style Rambling at El P"i-
cbo Garden, so peputar last
weekend, has been st te get
under way tonight at 7:30.
The affairs are being con-
ducted fee the benefit of the
Colon Centenary.
The aU night gambling
dice table, chock--luck spln-
the-wheel. Mack jack and the
fascinating roulette will b
contacted ondee tf'reetleet of
the BeSWfft Committee.
It will run tonight. Satur-
day and Sunday.
The committee Is ateo ar-
ranging fleer show entertain-
ment and Is attempting to
have Colon Centenary Qnen
Jeanette McKeewn and the
monto > other Carnival
eeeens te take perk
Sino Red Extortion Racket
Puts Bee On Chinese In RP
Approximate 50 Cmese bus!
>ie3smen here have received let
ters during the past year from
relatives ln Red China asking fot
money to "contribute to the sup-
port of the Communist govern-
ment." It was revealed here to-
All of the relatives asked for
the money to save them from be-
ing arrested and Jailed by the
Peiplng government.
Most of the Chinese bustaess-
men ln Panama City and the In-
terior Ignored the requests; but
others, fearing for the safety ot
relatives, have sent
City who repeatedly trie man added that she finally
their close .
sums of money ranging from
$500 to $1.000.
Devils on the Red extortion
racket wt-rh was publicised re-
centlr In t** U.8. was rev '^d
today by a Chinese resident ef
"anama *-j
.egged the lntervlewlna reportar
not to mention his name for fear
It would imperil the Uves and
freedom of his relatives to Red
C Th'man said the most recent
letter asking for snonev was re-
ceived here during January last
He said he first received a let-
ter some months ago from esls-
ter-ln-law ln Canton requesting
money to give to the Reds be-
causTshe was In eTaeeperU of
being arrested by the Oommun-
Utpolice The letter aid she
bad been given one month
which to get the naoney
The Chrnees resident received
two more letters after the first,
each ask- for s saieeeeam of
_,_ T , Sewta for his s-tei-ln law,
committed suicide.
Other Chinese merchants here
Informed reporters today that
all letters received from reta-
Uves ln Red China are obviously
censored by the Peking govern-
ment and usually speak ln glow-
ing terms of ufe to China under
the Communists. __
Most of the Chinese residents
in the Republic come from the
aouth of China, matolv from
Canton, from which the majority
of letters tequeettog money hsvm
come.
Some rhsniir here in Pname
City have decided to etoucona-
munlcatlng with "Stives to
Comsaunsit China to an attaasj
to avoid imperiling the Uves an*
safety ef the relatives.




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Labor News
And
Comment
Broadway and Elsewhere
By Jack Lait
.
GAMBLING IN THE SKY
A project Is underway in Miami to charter a 50-passenger
?lane to fly Americans who are starved for "action" to and from
ludad Trujillo, Dominican Republic, where gambling Is legal.
The Inside of the ship has already been stripped and fitted with
slot-machines so the hazard-hungry can play them while aiort;
also It Is proposed (and experiments proved that radio reception
Is clear) to lease the bookmaking concession for betting While in
the air, since Florida, like the rest of the country, is in the dol-
Srums of a horse-wagering depression.
"A Monte Carlo of the Caribbean" has sprung up In that West
Indies spot, where four casinos run from nine p. m. to four a. m.,
dally, where elaborate nightclubs flourish and prizefights, cock-
fights and Sunday horse-racing and polo matches are held with
Open betting...Roulette, dice, chemin-de-fer are provided in two
casinos in Ciudad, the capital, and In a casino In the new Hotel
Hamaca, in Boca Chica Beach, 24 miles east, and In Club San
Cristobal, on a hill overlooking San Cristobal, 28 miles west.
The casinos in the city are the Nightclub Voz Dominica, atop
the radio center, with two 21-piece orchestras and Broadway and
Latin-American entertainers; and the Club Jaragua, where there
Is club on the open roof and another in the Spanish patio.
Several U. 8. gambling syndicates which had been doing busi-
ness at Hot Springs, Ark., New Orleans, Florida. Saratoga and Las
Vegas learned ot the move by the Dominicans to go after the
Ygadut dough The smart boys sent emissaries to Santo Domingo,
pot to muscle In, but to offer to buy up "pieces" in each casino,
provide expert management and operating personnel, cash bank-
rolls and blue-chip sucker lists. The tough Dominicans sent them
packing But they invited several U. S. businessmen and formed
a group which sponsored three new casinos. Paraphernplia which
had been used in Palm Beach at Bradley's. etc., and Louisiana
"one-armed bandits" were imported. American and French deal-
ers were engaged A "croupier-college" was formed, with veterans
as "professors," to teach Dominicans how to stack chips, run
wheels, dice and the rest. There are now 138 foreigners on the
payrolls Of the four casinos.
January was not good. The two casinos in the capital were hit
several times by a group of gamblers from Brazil, where gambling
ta tStflind they clipped the Vos Dominica for $02,000 In one
WeekJr.An outfit representing many countries took a reported
78W Out of the Club Jaragua in the same period. The names
of winning Americans are not revealed by the managements be-
cause of income tax matters...One consistent winner is reported
to be a foreigner, Baroness Meurice Rothschild, whose banker
husband watches her playing, but he does not gamble.
The hombres of what we sneeringly designate as "banana
republics" are not all dumb. Their best people study In American
and European colleges, know the ways of the world, and have
sharp sensitivities for acquiring a buck. From Mexico down, they
all exploited our dry era. They laugh at our righteous fury acalnst
human weakneses, our sabbath restrictions and our recurrent
"crusades."
They are afraid of our racketeers and gangsters, are dead set
against giving them a toe Into their doors. While most of the
labrate hotels and the gambling buildings, themselves, are
financed bv Americans, including some suspicious money the
Caribbeans* Insist on native managementand the first handling
ef the dough .A scheme to take over the Mexican lottery was
ouashed The gents behind It Included our top Maflstas and sev-
eral big Democratic manipulators. They foregathered at Mexico
City and Tiajuana. Their familiar American tactics got the quick,
cold brush.
Our disreputables have penetrated a bit Into border towns and
have Interests In the Agua Callente Sunday races, horse and dog,
and some of the Jai alai mutuele betting. They were deep into the
Havana gambling some years ago, but were almost entirely forced
out. Cuba deported "Lucky" Luciano In a hurry because It wanted
no part of our Big Mob set-up in its borders, except as money-
apending tourists. Lucky's party reserved 36 rooms at Hotel Na-
clonale, but he began to dabble locally, so he got his notice.
In Nevada, our only state where gambling Is within the law,
there is wide agitation now to shut. It off, because, while it sup-
Krts the government. It has been almost entirely captured by
odiums from New York, Detroit, Cleveland and Los Angeles.
Therefore the state garners only wages and taxes; the profits are
funneled Off. The racket boys have made several raw attempts to
et political dominance, also, which the Nevadans resent. A new
_as Vegas newspaper has attained circulation and prestige cam-
paigning to drive the metropolitan mobsters out.
The M-passenger plane belongs to Compania Dominicana
Aviacin, a Pan-American World Airways subsidiary. If run as a
gamblers' haven it will be called the "Sportsmen's Week end Spe-
cial" between Miami and Ciudad Trujillo. During the contem-
plated four-hour run gambling would proceed in flight with slots,
cards and betting on Hlaleah races. Test flights made recently in
plane whose Interior has been remodeled Indicate the opera-
tions would be smooth. The fare for ferrying back and forth would
be $150 per person, Including two nights and food at the Jaragua
and guided visits to the casinos, cockfights, boxing matches and
Sunday racing. The Dominicans are considering the offer of a
Miami bookmaker for the concession to take bets on the horses,
n route.
A group of Miami travel agents is said to be organizing a
company to charter the 'Sportsmen's Week-end Special," which
would be named "Lady Luck," since a subsidy by the Dominican
Interests would go with the deal. The proposal accounts for the
roposed $150 round-trip "package.' Under normal transportation,
otel, food and sightseeing conditions, the same facilities would
cost about double that rate. They expect to start about Feb. 21.
Several TJ. 8. bookies are thinking of chartering other planes
to make book aloft on flights "to nowhere," outside the conti-
nental limits. That stuff was tried In ships with gaming and liquor
during Prohibition. But never, to my knowledge, in planes.______
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4TLANTK BIDE GAS STATIONS RUN SHORT HOURS
On the Atlantic side we have a gas station In Margarita
TH* one.in Cristobal. We'll leave Oatun out of this one.
My gripe is that it seems that any time you want gas the
rations are closed.
The one in Cristobal does not open until 9:00 a.m. on week
days the one in Margarita Is only open part time, and never In
the morning
So any one wanting to buy gas early Is out of look. Aa they
all lose at 5:SO p.m. vou can't buy gas very late.
1 thought that when they opened two stations that the
rlee would be a little better but Instead it Is wont.
In Balboa vou can buy gas starting ait 6:S0 a.m. until 7:*0
JuSt another Instance of the Atlantic Side being treated like
stepchild
Why la It mat you can never get air for your tires In Mar-
garita.
It seems that they only have air when the station Is open.
That ar you supposed to do when the nation la picana. And
St If closed most of the time
With the Commissary Division making 150 percent profit
a p\erv galloi and about 200 percent profit on every quart o'
ail it seams as though thev could rive a little service.
-Dry.
By Victor Rltsel
NEW YORK:The cops find
this guy Just after he left his
dolls, very dead with bumps
on his head and a bullet in
his belly. So the dicks leave
the bloody bachelor joint and
follow the girls.
But in the market place, the
penny-ante punka pass word
along that Nat (Bookie) Nelson
is dead and that while he pro-
tected his non-union dress shop
and non-union tracking busi-
ness he forgot to do the same
with his life.
In the hub of the seeth-
ing, two-billion dollar gar-
ment industry this can't be
love, for no shop with-
stands organization by Da-
vid Dubinsky's Ladies' Gar-
ment Workers' people un-
less it is protected by some
very strong characters.
Fact is that this is more
than a slight cas of murd-
er. The union had the Nel-
son shop on strike some It
months ago and he pro-
mised to behave himself.
But he was so cocky he de-
fied the labor organization
in the heart of New York.
Didn't even run to outlying
areas in New England, New
Jersey or Pennsylvania.
Now this shows courage, be-
cause Nat Nelson, the murder-
ed man, was once a member
of the union's Truckers' Local
102 and somewhere got the
money to set up shop.
Therefore, the punctured and
bumped late Mr. Nelson was a
gent sophisticated in the ways
of honest union chiefs, than
whom there are none tougher
when they start cleanln up the
market.
But Nelson was defiant. Sr
he must have been confident
that his friends could protect
Mm.
And there is only one band
of men which could protect
him from unionization in the
dress industry.
These are the men in whose
company he was seen. So we
look a little further and find
one of his bosom pals Is a
Jimmy Doyle, whom Nelson
went about Introducing as a
partner.
Now Doyle is the uncle of
one Johnny Dio, who has a
long list of arrests and a three
year jail rap for extortion
which gave him guest status at
Sing; Sing from July 28. 1937,
to May 6, 1940.
Dlo has enough apere time
to be in several venture* with
his uncle Johnny (Blackiel
Doyle, friend Of the late, and
apparently unlamented, Nelson.
While all this swirls around
the multi-billion dollar dress
and trucking Industries we find
that Dlo's AFL Auto Workers"
Union is in the midst of a taxi-
cab unionizing drive which
If successful, will fan out to
many other big cities.
This Is a strange union, for
Its charter, given It by the
AFL Auto Workers headquart-
ers in Milwaukee, permits it
to unionize cosmetic workers,
paper workers and truckers aa
well as trxi-cab hackles. So it
has been having rather an en-
thusiastic time In the big city.
Now we come to something
in which the entire legitimate
trade union movement and all
of Industry should be vitally
Interested.
Appearinp, before the State
Labor Relations Board for the
taxi fleet owner, attorney Hen-
ry O. Friedlander charged that
the local was a criminal cons-
piracy by a group of known ex-
tortionists to jret control of
the taxicb Industry for pur-
Doses of lining their own pock-
ets. ^^
This Is a serious charge, wide
open for all to see on the offi-
cial state records.
If true, it morally Indicts not
only the local union but the
International as well and the
international union is led by
Lester Washburn, a man I
know and for whose honesty
and progresslveness many of
my friends and I will vouch.
But no International
union president can cons-
tantly police the hundreds
of locals under hU juris-
diction not until the re-
cord is brought to him.
Amonp the men who head
this AFL union there Is the
knowledge of Dlo's 1937 ar-
rest. They await word Of
other depredations before
they move tn and remove
the charter. They should
move in. If Dio has been
clean since 1937. It should
be established. If not
If He Follows the Precedent Set by HimslfiV

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By BOB MARK

NEW YORK. Every time I go to Madison carefully taught to run to heel and bridle at
Square Garden to watch tne dog persons show- the judges and jerk leasnes and all sorts of
ing the dogs in the annual Westminster pooch kindred leats.
parade, I come away relieved. To look at them, sometimes, you would almost
Thank the Lord, say I, the dog persons are suspect them of being human,
showing the dags, because If the dogs were Whilst waiting in the wings, so to speak, for
showing the dog persons nobody would win any- lame to brush them lightly, tnt dogs are ken-
tning. ueled In open-lront cages below decks In the
A dog person Is blood brother to a horse per- uaruen, wuere they are subject to molestation
son, in tnat both resemble physically the anl- by_the nonwoiklng dog persons.
mals they show..
But wnereas /a horse person Is gener
pe and makes a great
'-"Mr**-*
they'
someth
This puta conslaeraole strain on the animals,
for It Is considered poor form to bite the
tcatures off some beldame who cuddles her
slightly ~Sj||fT"t"~lT~T*r the animal's face,
radies hifft'% her alMuned chest and mur-
urs: "Oo,- Isn't urn ottsinfts lckums cute-urns?"
There ait signs that enjoin the dogs to re-
wlth the "exception of a few hams'who begin train lion petting the people, which I notice
da smirking irorn a kennel basket and never tne dogs obey to the lettef.
drop the habit. There are also signs pointing to the vete-
If one may generalize, the female dog person unary's kennel, tor the beneilt of vicarious dog
uretty natty t#i
ataput atois aotl
runs look'ttiosMf.>__
oog just dragged in, Which is not the case:
'tile dogs come to the shows under protest,
is apt to be a bit dowdier than the male. Both
in the ring and out, they seem to run toward
;-,aggy tweed skirts and twisted stockings, with
some emphasis on mousy hair, horn-rlmmed
spectacles, arid low-heelea brogans.
There Is some sort of house rule that makes
it Illegal for a female dog person to appear In
anything but low-comic shoes and a generally
dandrufly condition.
persons who may have mislaid an arm while
iraternlzing Wltn the chows or the Dobermans.
Mostly, tnough the aogs are much too afraid
of germs to bue the people. They have been
told that cogs can contract hydrophobia that
way, or at least a disquieting virus.
One ot the odd things aoout dog persons Is
that they do not seem to care much for dogs,
as dogs. Everyone who Is owned by dogs knoWs
mat a dog's place Is In the home, sleeping In
The male dog person is a baggy-slacks breed, the master's best chair, or curled up on the
apt to decorate his hat with a band of pheasant mistress's best negligee.
feathers and his belly with a Ti.ttefgt.il Vest.
I do believe some of them drink, too, because
the flushed face is parcel to the scene, and an
cdor that cannot be entirely composed of kibble
permeates the tableau.
I have noticed also that most of the non work-
ing or spectating dog persons of the male breed
cither wear their hair in crewcuts or let it fun
wild over the collar. Nor Is the turtlentck
sweater a curiosity.
Dog people do odd things.
I saw one female dog person crouching In a
vacated cage, performing tricks with a cross-
word puzzle. j
The dog had disappeared, and was probably
to be found sitting In one of the more expen-
sive box seats, watching the odd antics of the
performing dog persons In the show rings.
And the antics are amusing. Dog persons are
My dogs, for instance, have taken up reading
at least they get the books down and spread
uiem on the floor all the time and could not
think of.being interrupted to swagger around In
front of a lot of strangers.
This is probably because I do not bat them
over the snoot or jerk them around on leashes
with their eyes bugging out or slap them sprad-
dle-legged or lift them brusquelv In a position
of extreme cramp for the benefit of some
rheumy old judge who has already decided that
Mrs. Mangecure's Ch. Lordelpus of Running Fit,
Long Island, had better win It this year.
A big dog show Is a very Interesting thing,
If only because It points to the standard toler-
ance of man's best friend.
Although you are apt to wonder, as the even-
ing wears on, just what dogs see in people.
ctuwuiy W4SHIH0TON
MERRY- GO- ROUND
____ Dtlw PIAIION
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Sgt. Pomeroy
By Peter Edson
However all this hardly seems
to be enough anywhere Inside
labor.
The bashed-In fellow called
Nat Nelson may have been
knocked off any one of a hun-
dred men or women with whom
he tangled.
But one thing Is certain
his murder reveals a slimy In-
dustrial morass in which
strange things crawl and
it's time for some DDT action
snd the self-policing of unions
Mich as the UAW-AFL by theea-
elv. o> they must accept
.ubllc Indictment, which will
.art all labor.
WASHINGTON(NEA) Brief cable mention
that an American ex-Air Force technical sergeant
had been seriously wounded In Hukbalahap fight-
ing in the Philippines has unearthed % strange
story.
It is the tale of a GI with a brilliant war rec-
ord who may have turned Commie and taken to
the hills with the bandits.
The man is William Joseph Pomeroy, Si-year-
old veteran from Waterloo. N. Y. What made him
apparently desert his country and join the Fili-
pino Communist guerrillas is something of a
mystery.
He went back to the Philippines in 1947, a year
after he had been given an honorable discharge
at Camp Dlx, N. J He enrolled in the university
of the Philippines for a four-year course in Jour-
nalism. After two years he quit.
In Manila he married a Filipino girl named Ce-
lia Mariano, said to be a native beauty.
Pomeroy issued a statement after that. "When
I came back to the Islands," he said, "I left my
parents and my brother in the States. I took a
native wife so I would have no divided interest."
Together they went into the hills, the Sierra
Madre mountains ai.d the Tanay mountains east
of Manila, which have been Huk strongholds.
Intelligence reports of the Philippine army,
chasing the Huks. soon placed Pomeroy and his
wife as No 12 and 13 In the Communist beirarchy.
The Philippine army has had offers of $60.000
a head on the top Huk leadersDr. JOte Lava,
Luis Taruc. Guillermo Capadociadead or alive.
But they never put a price on the PomerorS.
They were believed to be active principally as
educational leaders.
They reportedly taught in Stalin university, the
-luk tralnioe school.
Cr'"r,,l Hi.ks would rive Filtolno athorlUea
word of their doings from time to time. Their
Drew Pearson Says: Military waits presents big chance
for budget pruning; Some Republicans criticized their
own box supper; Palace Guard goads Truman to run
again.
WASHINGTON.The U. S. government is now in the red to
the tune of $260 billion, with the debt Increasing at a rate which
will put it beyond the ceiling set by law$275 billionby June
30, 1963.
The newly proposed budget will plunge us at least $14.4 bl-
lion further Into debt, thereby boosting Interest payments $800
million a year. At present the taxpayers are socked $6.2 billion
a year Just to pay the interest On the Federal debt.
Irony is that this colossal debt Is swollen by waste, then com
pounded by interest payments on the waste.
A strong Army, Navy and Air Force are absolutely essential,
but they can defeat the nation they are built to defend If the na-
tion goes bankrupt.
The following Illustrations of Army waste are not meant as a
reflection oh the many thousands of patriotic officers and men
who are trying to save money, but rather to focus attention on
those who are not.
Anyway, here are some things the nation can do without:
Brass Hat Bhl-ShlThe three coats of paint put on the of-
fice of assistant Army secretary Earl Johnson because each time
he didn't like the color. Finally he settled for robin's egg blue.
The Army's plush playground resort near Oalveston for the
benefit of Army regulars, not Korean veterans. Dubbed "the
Palm Beach of the Gulf," it cost $350,000 a year to operate, and
was closed after comptroller general Warren protested.
Duplicate BayingThe Marines buy a combat boot for $16.10.
The Army buys exactly the same combat boot for $24.65. There is
absolutely no difference.
The Marines offered to buy the Army's boots for them, but
the Army dillydallied, let prices go up, finally bought the same
boot for a higher price.
The Air Force dress shoe costs $7.19. The Navy's dress shoe
costs $6.08. They are almost identical except for some stitching
on the heel. The Air Force bought 1.700,000 dress shoes, thus
could have saved $1,700,000 If It had bought the Navy's shoe.
The Army buys sheet metal by the sheet, the Navy buys It by
weight, the Air Force buys It by the square foot. They all com-
pete against each other. Yet the dollars all come from the tax-
payers' pocket.
On blankets the medical services pay $21.76 each,, the Air
Force $14.15, the Navy $19.97 for blankets aboard ship and $20.17
for blankets ashore. While there's a legitimate excuse for dif-
ferent qualities, money could be saved if one agency bought for
. OverorderingThe Government now has about $27 billion of
equipment In storage, most of It military.
This eats up money through storage costs; also somejjureau-
crat Is likely to decide to sell It for surplus, following which an-
other bureaucrat may have to buy It back again.
At present the Navy has enough anchors to last 50 years; the
Army enough of certain kinds of Jeep parts to last 104 years.
Last year the armed forces bought close to a year's Supply Of
coffee, thereby creating a civilian scarcity.
The Army, Navy, Marine Corpg insist on having tqelf own
rival cOffee-roastlng plants. ..
Identical Army items are now listed under different names
ahd numbers. Ab a result the Army may order several barrels of
a certain bolt, not realizing that It has ample supplies of the
same bolt, though under a different number.
The Defense Department is supposed to finish a standard
catalogue to avoid this waste, but It won't be completed until
next winter.
A five-month study of Army engineers overseas requisitions
shows they overstated their needs 26 to 42 per cent.
Red-tape The Army used 5ft single-spaced, typewritten
pages to describe the kind of ping-pong balls it wanted to buy.
There was so much red tape surrounding World War II be-
nefits, that the Army mailed out $30 million in overpayments.
Army engineers are building hornea on military bases for
$16,500 per family unit, whereas FHA indicates the same home
can be built for an average $9,400.
A few dollars here and there may not seem like much, but
what some of the military don't realize Is that when you lump
them together, they run into millions.
OOP BOX SUPPER
Republicans attending the big Lincoln Day box supper
weren't as happy about It as they pretended.
Next day congressman Jim Fulton, live-wire Republican from
Western Pennsylvania, telephoned Mrs. A. Mitchell Palmer, ar-
dent Democrat from Eastern Pennsylvania, widow of Woodrew
Wilson's attorney general. ,
"I know you've been getting some bad news lately, so I'll give
you some good news," he sal At the supper, Mrs, Homer Ferguson, wife of thf Republican
senator from Michigan, listened carefully to the speakers, her
husband among them. ....
Alongside her, a friend finally said: "l\dont know why I feel
so tlred.,r
"You're not tired," remarked the frahk Mrs. Feflpson, "you're
bored."
PALACE GUARD LOVES LUSHNESS
THe same day that President Truman announced he was
staying in the New Hampshire primary, Gould Lincoln, grave
political writer of the Washington Star, published a long diag-
nosis of Senator Kefauver's campaign plan, indicating that Tru-
man might be snowed under by a young senator from Tennessee.
Members of the White House staff Immediately clipped the
Lincoln story, took It to their boss.
The story was calculated to make him see red, also to goad
him Into rurfnlng again.
This is probably the greatest danger in the current Jockeying
for position Inside the Democratic Partynamely, that the Pre-
sident who gets mad easily and shoots from the cuff, may decide
to run not because of any considered thinking, but because he has
his dander up.
This undoubtedly Is what members of the Palace Ouard have
in mind when they put exactly the right newspaper clippings on
his deck.
If he doesn't run, they are out of the cushlest, most glamor-
ous lobs they have ever had In all their Uves, and ever will have.
People In that position don't give up easily.
SIDE GLANCES
By GalbraiH?
names would appear In communiques of the guer-
rilla fighting.
Most recent reports have had Pomeroy as lead-
er of an armed band. ?
Then at the end of January came a report that
he wps seriously wounded while leading his group
to a Huk conference In central Luzon.
Pomeroy was not expected to live. If he Is dead,
his story may be dead with him.
U. S. Armv records piece out the background of
the story. He was born at Waterloo, N. Y., Nov.
25. 1916. He was drifted at Rochester in October,
1942, when he was 29 years old.
Pom"-ov wm never courtmprtlnled and he was
never AWOL. When he came back to the United
States In November of 194. It was to Bolline
Field, first, tr on Anrii 11. 1940.
But a year of life as a civilian in the United
Stetes somehow soured him and the far-off
Ph'Mnnine* lured him back.
No one Is more baffled bv this storv thsn Ser-
W*l. Pomertrv's carente. Mr. and Mra William
C. "ome*oy. who now live In Rochester, N. Y.
It's like there was a bia blind around my son."
Mr. Pomeroy told a reporter of the Rochester
Tlm-T7n'Tn
"He kent thins nrettv much to himself." the
f*hr rr.tainei "But *verv once in a whe he'd
tell m* that the little people' never get the
breaks.
"Fe aald thev werent given a chance to be
ar*^h'nt but noor. I didnt agree with htm."
One dv late In 1947. voung Bl" Pomeroy told
hla famll ha "-as roing back to the Phil'noines
He naca-ed a few thines tn a bag. put on his hat
tr* a-a'ke* out of the house. '
"I keen p/wino; he's on / says hla Dad, "trying to set aaateriaj for a boot"
"You had the right of way? Young men, I'm efraM your
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_ ,'RIDAT, FEBRUARY 15, 1951
Cargo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals and Departures
{Shipping & AirLine News
TERRT-
AVISITOR'S DAT
Itslla Polaris"
Irrives Today
The Cllppir Line cruise ship
liella Polaris arrives at Cristo-
tal this morning with over 170
passengers aboard. The tourists
searched the area all afternoon
without finding the ship in dis-
tress. The plane found two ves-
sels at the location given in the
0 7T~. v,0ii- H-distress signal, but neither was
will visit Panama on .theii IS- Jn trouble The Coaat Guard sald
lew Cadillac
In Show Today
dav cruise Of the Caribbean and
leave Sunday morning for King-
ston and New Orleans.
"M.S. Glondal" To Haul
Bananas For Standard Fruit
The fruiter M.S. Glondal ar-
rived here yesterday from Go-
thenberg, Sweden and Is on
charter for the Standard Fruit
Company to haul bananas to
New York and New Orleans. The
ship, owned by Moltzau and
Christensen of Oslo. Norway, is
headed for Guayaquil Ecuador
now to pick up the bananas
Cadillac's Golden Anniversary
iodels will be on display at Cl-
a SA. In Panama and Colon.
. AtfcOrding to a General Motors
Wcesman: "A new 190 horse-{-owl-Gmrt Says
lowjjr engine sets an advanced I z1?*
Ice? in automotive power
Eak CsdUlac V-8. high com-
siT'i.ion dftlw, which serves as
standard influence on auto-
notlve engine conception, has
|een given a new freedom of ac-
"The new Cadillac Hydramatlc
ransmission is the most effect-
ive means for transmitting the
Ingine's 190 horsepower. This
ew transmission provides the
driver with an additional, new
forward speed range. In each
range the operation is complete-
ly automatic.
"Two axle rations are available
for 1952. The newly added ratio
permits highway cruising at low-
er engine speed
t "New brake features have been
designed to meet the require-
ments of 190 horsepower driving.
A new ribbed-back brake drum
jives greater coollne effect and
freater strength
, "PPsBenger comfort in the 1952
models-has been stressed with a
particular cmohasls on riding
fluallty. Insulation of the body
from road shock is achieved
through a combination of fine
Springing, shock absorbers that
automatically adjust to road
ni rface and a new tvne rubber
Rountmg of the body."
Message
Th"p Of Ship Afire Was Hoax
MIAMI. Florida Feb. 15 HJP)
The U.S. Coast Guard today
labelled as a hoax the distress
message received that the S. S.
George Duketon was on fire and
was being abandoned
The message was rece i v e d
shortly before noon, and gave
the location of the ship as about
seven miles off the Northwest
Cuban coast.
plane
A Coast Guard PBY
Imported
Canned Hams
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It was a hoax after
plane back at dark.
calling the
Wild Dog Pack Near City
ALBANY. NY. (UP) More
than a dozen wild dogs are leav-1
ing a trail of destruction not far:
from this city of 130,000 nopula-
i ion. In their latest attack, they
killed a goat and 57 rabbits.
Backache, Getting Up Nights
Rheumatism and Kidney Treuble
It you are feeling run-down, Get up
Nights, or suffer from Backache, strong
rloudy urina, Burning: PaeaaBes, Rheu-
matism. Lar Pains, Swollen Ankles.
Nervousness, DIuIiicm, and feel old
before your time, Kidney trouble may
be the causa.
Wrong food and drinks, worry, colds
or overwork place a heavy strain on
vntir kidneys so that they function
noorly and often may need help to
properly purify your blood and maintain
health and energy.
vitalize Your Kidney.
A fast :n riiiK internal medicine called
CysUx, developed by the Knox Control
Moratory of I.os Angeles, Californio
I* now helping thousands to revltalli
kidney action in these t positive ways:
I. Helps kidneys'clean out poisonous
a< ids and purify the blood. 9. Combat
-< rms in the urinary system. I. 8ooth.cn
and calms Irritated tissues.
Cyatex is now Imported by leading
druggists, so there is no need of any-
one suffering from Backache, Getting
i'i Nights and the Other symptom*
mentioned above Without the benefits
of this great medicine.
Ot Cyatex from your druggist today
and K*e how qnivkly It helps put you
on the road to better health.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panam No. 58 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Callouses, Ingrown Toe Nails,
Arch Supports. REDUCING Treatments. Massages,
Slenderizing Machines, Turkish Baths. Male and female
operators. For Information call: 3-2217 Panam.
12 a.m.; 26 p.m.
wished
UNITED FRUIT COMPANY
Great White Fleet
Ne* Orleans Service
Arrives
Cristobal
*S.S. Qulrigua .................................Febr. 17
S.S. Levers Bend ...................-.;........Febr. 22
S.S. Chiriqui .................................Febr. 24
S.S. QuirigtiR ................................March 2
flandlln- Rrfrlr-ratxl (hilled ewer- Cargo.
Jm Arrives
New Vork Service Cristobal
. S.S. Talamanca ..............................Febr. 16
' S.S. Cape Cumberland ........................Febr. 16
f,S. Metapn ......,.............,............Febr. 18
S.S. Cape Ann .................. ............Febr. 22
S.8. Veragua .................................Febr. 23
Tirekly Sailings lo New York. New Orients, Los Angeles. Sen Francisco,
Seattle frequent freight sailings Cristobal to West Coast
- Central American Ports.
'
isiobal to New Orleans via c ...
-------------------------------------Sails from
fell, Honduras
Cristbal
. S.S; Guirigua .................................Febr. 19
; S.S. Chiriqui .................................Febr. 26
* 8.S. Julrigjua ...............................March 4
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recipe that calls for milk ii KLIM recipe.
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nourishing with KLIM-and KLIM is so
convenient and 'easy to use. Give your family
extra nourishment extra flavor with deli-
cious KLIM!
I. KLIM Is pare, sofa milk
2. KLIM keep, without refrigeration
3. KLIM qaellty Ii alwayi uslrerm
4. KLIM ii excellent far growing children
> KLIM ADBi NOUFIiHMtNT TO COOK OltHlS
6. KLIM is recommended fer infont feeding
7. KLIM Is safe In the tpeclelly-packed in
8. KLIM Is produced yader strictett cesfrol
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1 odd KLIM, stir and
you have pure, safe milk

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GENERAL AND MRSl MORRIS TO ENTERTAIN
Lieutenant Oenerml William H. H. Morris, Jr., the Com-
msnder-in-Chlef of the Caribbean Command and Mr*. Mor-
ris have issued inflations to a formal dinner to be liven
this evening at 8:00 p.m. at the Albrook Officers' Club In
honor of Mis Excellency, the President of the Republic of
Panama and Mrs. Alclbiades Arosemena.
Captain and Mis. Comly
To Entertain Tonight
Captain and Mrs. Samuel P.
Comiy. U.S.N., of the Fifteenth
Naval District, have Issued imi-
tations to a cocktail party t be
held this evening from 5:30 to
7:30 at the headquarters on the
Navdl Reservation.
Mr. and Mrs. Shrapnel
liare House Guests
Mr. ard Mrs. Peter F. Shrap-
nel o.* Balboa have as their
houei guests Dr. and Mrs. Guy
Grander of Mayville. New York,
who arrived Monday on the S.8.
CrUtob.1 from New York..
Vacationers Return
From F. Vfle
The Peruvian Ambassador
Panama and Dean of the Diplo-
matic! Cn and Mrs, Em llo Or-
tiz de Zev.'llos accompanied by
their dc.uo.hter. Miss Maria del
Rosarlo C.'U de Zevallbs and
grandson reVirned receritlv from
a vacation pent In El Valle.
Felix Maduro, the American. Ba-
zaar and La Mascota.
Two Harper's Bazaar models,
Patricia Snalley and Sandra
Brown who are guests at the Ho-
tel El Panama, will head the list
of those volunteering to model
for the Crusade. Also serving as
models win be Marltza de Oba-
Clayton., was the.best man and ^SS^SS^S' t
man, Emita Arosemena. Lecky
Arosemena. Dorlta Borrel and
Bortle- sessions Marria*
Solemnised at Amador Chapel
The chapel at Fort Amador
was the settlne: 1J Friday for a
double-Hue rundlelleht wedding
ceremony which united in mar-
riage Miss Mary Batchelor Bor-
tle daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Lewis Batchelor of Baltimore,
Maryland and Mr. Walter War-
ren Sessions, son of M's Laura
B. Sessions, of Sykesville. Mary-
land and the late Varner V. Ses-
sions. ,
The Chief of Chaplains. Har-
old H. sehulz. Colonel U.S. Ar-
mv Caribbean. Fort Amsdor. of-
ficiated at the ceremony.
Professor Han's Janowitz, the
organl*t. played aoproprl a t e
nuptial selections throughout the
ceremonv.
The Chanel was decorpted
with bouquets of Madonna lil'ei,
ptnk carnations and blue larks-
spnr.
Escorted and given In marriage
bv her uncle. Francis w. Feenev,
the bride wore a ballerina length
gown of 0*1* oink Chantllly lacp
with matching headband and
net mitts. The bridal bouquet,
composed of white gardenias, tl-
nv pink carnations and blue for-
get-me-nots, was set off with
long ribbon streamers of pale
pink to match the bride's gown,
Mr/. Jo fceese of Balboa
Heldhts. was the matron of hon-v
or and was gowned In heliotrope
colored taffeta with a matching
fitted cap. 8he carried a bouquet
of lavender, pink and blue flow-
ers.
Cafotaln Allan Furst, '-of' Fort
Mr. Archie French. Jr., and Mr.
Donald Zeese served as ushers.
A reception was held in the
Fern Room of the Hotel Tivoll
immediately following the wed-
ding ceremony. The room was
decorated with tropical foliage
and white carnations. The re-
freshment table was centered
with a three tiered wedding cake
and flanked on either side by
triple candelabros.
Mrs. Alice French served the
wedding cake and Mrs. Francis
Feeney presided at the punch
bowl.
For her going away ensemble
the bride wbre a suit of cante-
loupe linen with dark blue ac-
cessories,
to The young couple have been
guests at the Hotel Washington
In Colon and are now at home at
2211-D. Curundu.
The bride attended High
School and Strayers College In
Baltimore, Maryland. The bride-
groom, formerly of Baton Rouge,
Louisiana, attended Louisiana
State University. He Is presently
emDloyed as a civilian employe
of the Quarter Master Corps of
the Army.
Eslllene Miller.
Visitors Leaves For Chicago
Mr. Henry Fredericks. Mr. Ro-
bert Brooks and Mr. Robert
Dupes left Tuesday by plane en|
route to Chicago after a visit of
several days on the Isthmus dur-
ing which time they were guests
at the Hotel El Panama.
THE ATLAS
GARDEN
IS NOW OFFERING
DAILY FROM I to 5 P.M.
Tom Collins .............I.Z5
Rum .............0.25
John .........0.25
Ward "tT................a.*8
Frozen Daiquiri ..........S
" Mint Julep ..... 1.35
" Orange Ade......t.M
" Lime Ade ........0.26
Martini Cocktails ........0.25
Manhattan Cocktails ... .0.26
Rum It Coke............0.24
Atlas Special ...........e.5*
WaU of China............75
Skull and Bones.........0.7S
Planters ranch .........s.75
Scotch and Sods,........ .
FROM OUR KITCHEN
"Fresh Sea Food
at all times"
Broiled Lobster .........1.75
- Shrimp* ........LM
Shrimp Cocktails ........S.50
Lobster Cocktails ....... 1.50
Oyster Cocktails ........0.41
Ceviche Cocktails ........0.4*
Grilled Tenderloin Steak 1.75
Sirloin Steaks. LM
" Rib Steak ,.'.....1.25
" Perk Chops.......14
Broiled Milk Fed Chicken 1M
Arres con Pollo..........1.7S
SPECIAL TODAY
Patacn con Puerco 1.2$
Chile con Came.......0.35
Curiosidades de Mono. 1.25
Tea. Coffee or a Glass of
Beer with the above meals
Curb Service at all hours
around Dance Floor.
Good enchanting music
NIGHTLY
Beta Sigma Phi
Holds Meeting
Dorothy Taylor and Ava How-
ell were hostesses at a meeting
of Alpha Chapter. Beta Sigma
Phi Sorority, at their Sorority
House in Curundu on Tuesday
evening.
The meeting was called to or-
der by Nannette Lynch, with all
present reciting the opening rit-
ual In unison. Jo Martin, who re-
cetlv transferred from Beta Big-
ma Phi in Norman. Oklahoma.
was Introduced and welcomed as
a new member of Alpha Chap-
ter. The roll was called and the
previous meeting's minutes were
read by Louise Klemmetson.
Tentative plans were made for
a "Hard-times" party to be held
on the evening of March 1. Al-
ice Myers discussed points of In-
terest with the pledges. Char-
lotte Cagely gave an informal
talk on "Design for Living." A
social hour followed and refresh-
ments were served bv the hos-
tesses.
Other members present were
Eileen Adams. Patty Baker. Bar-
bara Curies, Bette Farrel, Jean-
nette Kovel, Ruth MacArthur,
Margie Rathgaber. Gloria Schill-
ing. Genie Williams and Virgi-
nia Willett.
The next meeting of the group
will be held oh February M with
Louise Klemmetsen and Nan-
nette Lynch as co-hostesses. The
program for the evening will be
"Decorating Your Home Today"
by Peggy Wertz.
paoi rrn
Tower Club To Meet Monday
The Tower Club of the Cathe-
dral of St. Luke will meet on
Monday evening at 0:30 p.m. In
Bishop Morris Hall.
"Box Seats" Definitely
FORT WORTH. Tex. (UP)
The "box seats" sold to some 50
persons for the production of
"Kosher Carmen" turned out to
be upended orange crates one
of numerous gags the producers
used in the show.

Pure Jrngora
Lapes & jackets
Due to popular demand, we hive just
received another big shipment of
Angora Capet and Jackets ... in an
astonishing assortment of luscious
pastel shades, ateo in white and in
black.
Little pieces that mean much to a
smart wardrobe.
Pammi MOTTA S Colon
Slnnotts Leave For New York
Mr. and Mrs Harry J. Sln-
nott sailed this morning aboard
the 8.8. Cristobal for New York
where thev will make their home.
Mr. Sinontt has been transferred
to the Headquarters Staff of the
New York Office of All America-
Cables and Radio Inc.
OUR FURNITURE IS THE BEST
coroza! Officers'
Wives Club To Meet
The Corosal Officers' Wives
Club will hold their monthlv cof-
fee and business meeting on
Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. at the Ft.
Clavton Officers' Club.
Members are requested to at-
tend this Important meeting to
oartlcipate in the election of ofT
fleers.
no-hosesses for the occasion
will be Mrs. Herbert A. Bulluck
and Mrs. Orris L. Lamb.
NCO Wives Meet For Coffee
The NCO Wives Club nf Fort
Kobbe met vesterdav ki the club
room at the NCO Cluh at 10:00
a.m. for a morning coffee given
to welcome three new -members
who are Mrs. Raymond 8ebold,
Mrs. John Sehafer and Mrs. Jo-1
se Betancourt. Also honored at
the coffee was Miss Lvdia flan-1
Mago, nn honorprv member, who
is Iavtn Fort Kobbe oon.
The refreshment table was de-
corated with heart shaped val-
ntineirt p*m centered, with i
large bowl of cerise bOuglnvlf-
lea.
Mrs. Albert Gibson was chair
m'n fe the Hosnlta'ltv Com-
mittee. The hostesses for the nof-
W were Mrs. Fran*- Anstln Mrs
fhnrJes Hs'tman, Mrs. Janees
Watson and Mrs. Theus Davis.
Hamadan Caldron
To Meet Tuesday
Hamadan Caldron No. 73 will
meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday In
the Masonic Temle at Pedro Mi-
guel. All member* including
those visiting on the Isthmus
are Invited to attend.
Pie Social Tonirht
At Union Church
The public Is invtled to attend
the pie-social this evening from
5:30 to 8:00 o.m. at the Balboa
Union Church.
Fashion Show Sunday
At Hotel El Panama
At the regular Sunday-buffet
at the Hotel El Panama this week
an added attraction will be of-
fered In the form of a Crusade
for Freedom Fashion Show. Mrs.
William F. Allbrisht will direct
the show which will be-ln at 8:00
o.m. and which will feature
fashions orovlded by the French
Bazaar. Motta's, Modas Marcela
the finest Swedish hand
cut full lead crystal.
All patterns in open stock
at
Shaw'
s
Coln
If you belong to the Armed Foroee or if you have
a steady job come to our Store and you oan
choose your own terms to buy on credit.
We offer you also
EASY WASHERS
ZENITH RADIOS
and
SIMMONS SPRINGS
AND MATTRESSES
A WONDERFUL CLUB SYSTEM
I^ElDiilq
The Store Where You will Find the Largest Assortment
of Glass and Linoleum.
"I-eaders la the Furniture Business Since lMf"
H Central Avtnue1 Telephone I-245
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Shsvfae I* "Capear Ciyn',
PawsMsal flail
V-8 Has Lively Flavor and
Wholesome Goodness
no *sing/ejuice csn match!
iture STORE
.ENTRALAVE.at21EST. PHONES 2-185C
* 2-1833
In V-8 there are 8 delicious juices
of garden-fresh vegetables-not just
one. That"s why V-8 has lively flavor
and wholesome goodness no ringle
juice can match. Each juice adds its
own tempting flavor plus vitamins
A, B, C-calcium and iron. Your
family will love V-8. Serve it often.
Vary fin* el V-S I,
!> Criary
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SPECIALS
Saturday Monday
0
KITCHEN FRESH
Cherry Muffins ^ .48
Milk
URGE TIN
.17
Swift Pure Lard .27
Swift F|oretiu

.67
Swift Oleomargarine 37
Swift Premium Cut up Chicken Lb. QQ
FREE
A BEAUTIFUL SET OF
ITALIAN CHINAWARE.
ASK THE CASHIER
FOR YOOR TfCKET.
Peaches
No. 21-2
.39
Sesame Rolls
Dor.
.24
Porterhouse Steak 9j /
Daxes **.
.59
Veal Stew ">.
.29
Coffee Rings

.35
HeinZ Wwchestershire W Loe. VK
Heinz 57 Sauce 2fcr#25
Brisket *
.23
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with each parchase of IS.ee or saore.
WHERE THI BEST COSTS LESS
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CLOSED SUNDAYS.
15th Bellaarie Perras.
CALL
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3c. each additional
word.
mo-
Avenue No. 68.
OR SALE:-"Apex" Wishing
chines. 25 ond 60 cycles.
Pos*:" Centre
lye fftr the Best refrigeration ser-
I vice H Panomo. If you hove o
! refrigerator problem, hojsehold
or commercial telephone us at
3-0125 and it will be solved. FKI-
! GIOAIRE REFRIGERATION SHOP
Nc. 51 Vu Espaa.
out
FRIGI-
Your washing mach'ne go
order? Telephone 3-0123
CAIRE refnoeration shop ond you
will get the most efficient repair
service.
FINANCING
Service Personnel and
U.S. Civilian Government Employe!
r-w vised cor through
B* Hi iMPlOY INANCI
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Fort Worth, Texas
Also Direct. .
Loans Automobile
Mfvint jevewriT employ and
Service erjonne' tr> the Cenoi Zone
3f lot 14 /or. With our noncing
your Inturance automotieolly adiuited
to U. S. coverage.
ARUANGEMINTS CAN BE MAD!
THROUGH lOCAt AUTOMOBIli
MALM
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Refriger-
ator. Porcelain inside and out.
Perfect condition. 7 cu. ft. 25
cycle Tel. 2-3723. Balboa, C.
' Z_____________________________.
FOR SALE:One bamboo set. ward-
robe vanity, child's dressers, crib^
,nd other articles Sen Francisco
Road No. 83.
FOR SALE:1948 Buick Sedanette.
Duty Poid. Radio Excellent tires.
New battery. A-1 condition, II
around. Distribuidora Elctrica,
Ancn Avenue corner H. Street.
Do you heve erlnkmi eoeetoea?
Wflfei AlCOnOftO AHflyOlO ex 2031 Apeo, C. Z.
BALDWIN PIANOS:
Beautiful Acrosonic ovoilable now
in different models. Just arrived. We
receive your old piano in trade in.
We also hove on display a beauti-
ful electronic Minsholl Organ of two
manual and pedal. Tuning end re-
pairing. Baldwin Piano Store. 34th
St. opposite the Lux Theater
Phones 3-49473-0672, Panama.
We ere still offering Immediate re-
frigeration service to any kind of
refrigerator, washing machine, etc
you can get this by
3-0125 FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGER-
RESORTS
Enjoy o vacation at Hotel Pan Ame-
ricano, El Valle. Phone Panamo
2-1112 for reservations.
^uMMtRCIAL b
PROFESSIONAL
FOR RENT:One more cottoge at
Sonta Clara Beach. Schilling, Tel.
Bolboa 2756.
Phillips. Ocearaide cortege. Santa
Clara. Box 435 Balboa Phone
Ponomo 3-1877, Cristobal S-1673
l-OR RENT
Apartments
ALHAMBRA aPARTMINTS
Modern furnished unfurnished oport-
tlnhoninalments. Meid service optionoi. Con-
g,toct office 8061. 10th Street. New
We have everytMnjr
to keep vnur Lawn
and (larden beautiful
durirtc the dry season.
*YJOlf vVheeioarrows
Hose lnsecneio.es
Fencing Fertilizers
Sprayers Weedkillers
Sprinklers Fungicides
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC.
879 Central Ave. Tel. 3-8140
AT ION SHOP,
o.
No. 51 Via Espo-
Crlstobol. telephone 1386 Colon.
FOR SALE:Dining table. Zenith
console radio and record player.
Venetian blinds for 12 family.
Kitchen stools. Movie projector
tobU. House 5251-L. Diablo
Heights. Tel. Balboa 3254._____
FOR SALE:Westinghouse Refriger-
ator, 7 cu. ft.. 25 Cycles, excel-
lent condition. S8500. Coll 82-
2171. duty hours or Qtrs. 0776-
H, Williamson Place, Balboa, C.
Z. between 4 and 6 P m.
FOR SALE
Real EtHe
ARMY NAVY AND CIVILIAN
EMPLOYES
Check with the FEDERAL SERVICES
FINANCE CORP BEFORE you
FINANCE your new or used car
Let us show you how we con
SAVE YOU MONEY.
Our office Is located on outomo-
bile row. No. 29 or call 2-4555.
FOR SALE: Chevrolet Pick-up,
$225. Ford Dump Truck. $400.
Good condition. Tel. 3-1524
3-3021.__________ _________
FOR SALEr 1949 Chevrolet, i
doors. Telephone 2-4624.
Position Offered
It you want a spacious, comfortable
well situated chalet, here is your
chance: We offer you a beoutrtui
Chalet in "El Cangrejo" two
WANTEDSecretary female. Amer-
ican, for responsible position, must
be capable, willing to work and
good moral character. Apply Bo>
2063. Ancon, Canal Zone. Star
ing age, experience etc.
biockV from Via Espoo,' also two WANTEDYoung mon with me
opartment: chonicol or electrical engineering
blocks from the huge
house now being constructed in
that croo. The chalet consists of
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, porch,
ilttingroom. diningroom, pantry,
kitchen, laundry, maid's room
gdroge. completely furnished. For
only S8.00 you may be the lucky
owner ot this chalet. Buy your
ticket today at Ancon Liquor Store
Tal. 2-0816 or Pharmacy Zone
del Cartel. Tel. 2-0421. The raf-
fle will be hsld on February 24.
Fc~SALE OR RENT:Two bed-
room cottage In cool El Valle. Tel.
Panama 2-2446. ^______
FOR SALE:Land in cool, beoutlful
EL VALLE vicinity Hotal PWi-
Amarieono. Large or srrmll 4sa
moderately priced. Tel. Panama
2-2446 or Influir et Hotal.
F0R~SALE:Building. 8 apartments
In Exposition. Produces more thon
12% onnualy. Easy payment. For
Information see Mr. Fibrega per-
sonally. No. 18 East 29fh Street.
10 to 12 noon and. 3 to 5 p. m.
No dealers.
It your oir conditioned unit does
not work well, telephone 3-0125,
Panamo. FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGER-
ATION SHOP, where we offer the
best repair service in Panama.
FOR SALE
MiBcellMneonft
BATTERIES
Far your car or truck from $13 00
Raterial ale Ponem
Avenida Central Na. 224
FOR SALE:Flexible copper tubing.
for different use In the follow-
ing sizes: 1-4", 3-8". 1-2", 5-8"
3-4". 1' and 2" at attractive
prices. See them at HASMO, S
A. No. 51 Via Eepaa or ot
FRIGIDAIRE refrigeration shop.
FOR SALE:Records of 33 1-3 of
ell makes. Rare Items. AGENCIAS
DIAZ 37th Street No. 6-A.
FOR SALE:-
bator, Tel.
Large electric Incu-
2-2814, Panama.
training. Applicants call Bolboa
3332, between 7:15 ond 12:00
A. M., tor employment forms
which must .a fjilod out-for re-;
view prior to Interview the latter
part of Feb.-
FOR SALE:Lot No. 273- in the
"Los Cumbres" settlement, 2,797
square meters, $3.100.00. Porcel
of land marked by No. 488 and
No. 489, "Las Cumbres" settle-
ment. 918 square meters. $2,-
200.00. also lot No. 23 of Sec-
tion 15 Cerro Campana S. A.
Settlement, 5,587 square meters,
$2,400.00. Inquire No. 15. 8th.
Street, Ponamo. Mr. Carlo Qui-
jono. ________
WANTVBHInfuol secretory, fe-
mle, American, for responsible
position, must be capable, willing
to work ond good moral character.
Apply Box 2063, Ancon, Canal
oZne. Storing Age, experience, etc.
FOR SALE
Boats & Motors

FOR SALE:Violin, porch shades
louvers for laundry and bedrooms
Cabinet type cover for set tubs.
Mahogany porch swing. Tel.( Bol-
boe 1536
SALE:Beoutfful linen Pollera,
FOR
black cross stitched.
Street, downstairs.
No. 18 "A"
FOR SALE: Beautiful ornamental
plonts. -Cheap. 5th St. Melendez,
ond Central No. 7026 (right
apartment!, Colon.
FOR SALE.1" Brand new motors,
O* K a, 1-4 h. p., 1-3 h. p.
1-2 hi", .p.-All at half price. See
them ot HASMO. S. A. No. 51 1
Via Espoo. 1
FOR SALE:Fairbonks Morse~5 ~H
P. Gasoline-kerosene oil engine
Generator General Electric. DC 3
3-4 KW. 115. V30 Amp Belt
driven. Box 57, Ancon.
LOST & FOUND
REWARD for return brawn wallet
containing verious licenses, ate.
Also groan Jada ring and keys. R.
*. Wilson. Tel. Colon 641.
Help Wanted
WANTEDExperienced cleaner and
general helper light laundry, mutt
sloop In. Apply concreta house
' across Mount Hopo Railroad Sta-
tion.
WANTED
Miscellaneous
Civic Council Here
Elects Mrs. Remite
As New President
Mrs. Margaret Rennle was
unanimously elected president of
the Pacific Civic Council at its
monthly meeting Wednesday, In
the Board Room at the adminis-
tration building.
A full complement of new
members attended this council
meeting.
Other officers elected were: C.
W. Chase. Jrr, first vice presi-
dent; William Taylor, second vice
president; Mrs. Carol Rlgby? sec-
retary; and John W. Towery was
re-elected treasurer.
Rousing votes of thanks were
given for the work ddne by the
outgoing president Charles Gar-
cia and secretary Mrs. Janice
Scott.
Mrs. Rennle expressed the
hope that the council would be
able to accomplish much in the
coming year.
Bids will be received in the office
of the Generol Manager, Commis-
sory Division, Mt. Hope, C. Z..
until 3:00 p. m., Wednesday,
February 27, 1952. when they
will be opened in public, for fur-
nishing 1.005,000 pounds or, al-
ternatively. 502,500 pounds of
Fino Granulated Sugar. Form of
proposal, with full particulars, may
be obtained In the office of the
Supply & Service Director, Bolboa
Heights, or of the General Man
ager, Commissary Division, Mt
Hope. C. Z.
*OR SALE:G. E. refrigerator 60
cycles, portable typewriter, gas
stove four burners, girl's bicycle,
double bed Simmons, stroller, baby
crib. Phone .916. Colon.
WANTED:Three bedroom house,
with hot water and yard, will n
or buy. Call Hotel El Panama,
402. Mrs. Wilson.
WANTED:Royol Doulton Hunting
one) Coaching Pattern. 2-2670 or
1512-A. Akoe Street, Bolboa.
FOR SALE
Motorerele
FOR SALE:Indion light weight 49,
good condition. House 5'7-A.
Curundu Heights. 83-2131 terms.
90ft SALE:Cushman Motor Scoot-
er. General purpose trailer, ideal
for small beats Phone 276 Or
405 Colon.
FOR RENT
1 1P^itJ I m Wt^W^B
FOR NT:Sito suitable for any
Commercial business or office
corner of Justo A rseme no end
^Ns. No. 73-A. betide The
No Vorkor. Inqu.re No. 2C E i
^h Street.
FOR SALE:25 Cyl. washing mo-
chine motor, 25 Cyl. 1 H. P.
motcr; 25 Cyl. phono motor; 60
Cyl. woshing machine motqr;
"Federal" enlarger and easel;
flood reflectors; Cine-Kodak ma-
gazine 8 with Telephoto; Revere
projector; 9 x 12 Kodak Reco-
ntar; furniture, household goods;
priced for quick sale. Phone Bal-
boa 3062.
FOR SALE:22 Remington Rifle
with Hunting and Target sights in
good condition. House 5607 -D,
Diablo Hgts.
MISC ..... ........
FOR SALE: Purebred Dalmatian
pups. 10 weeks old. house 2367,
4th St. Rio Abajo. Phone 3-1274.
WANTED
Automobiles
WANT TO BOY 5 CARS CASH
Only 1949 on: 4 door Chevrolet.
Dodge or Plymouth. Not duty paid.
Will see them 4 to 7.
ALVARO FONSECA Hotel Calar.
Pooaaio, Tel. 2-0770.
GrnXERMO QLUANO, above,
Panama baelu laeoamn, has
launched aa an
it mm far
party ta the National
It for the Pwtnua of
K> nnlng on taw taaaac ticket
aa Qu jiano alterna tea are
I>r. Ernesto C Bvaoe itl Joan
Tat am
Amador Beach Club
Shuts For Cleanup
Effective immediately, the
Port Amador Beach will I
closed until further notice. It
was announced today by the
Public Information Officer.
Headquarters, United States
Army Caribbean.
The announcement stated
that the beach will remain
closed until cleaning of the
ground* is completed.
Club Emir Sponsors
Pre-Carnival Dance
Club Emir, newly-formed
entertainment group, will spon-
sor two pre-Camival dances over
the weekend at the Arcos Club
The first dance will be held
tomorrow night, alaran at S
p. m. The other la ached'-''1 (or
Sunday night at the son e l-mr
Music fJFfPiw fv-rt-hed by th
Slbor-v conesta.
FOR RENT: Modern one room
opartment with kitchen, bath, dry
closet, balcony and private en-
trance. Unfurnished, not screen-
ed, located hi Aneen Avenue,
rent 6.35.00. Phone Panama 2-
0027 or 3-0763.
FOR RENT:Furnished modem one
or two rooms apartment in resi-
dential section. Phone 2-4906,
from 9 o. m. 12 p. m. 2 5.
FOR RENT
Houses
FOR RENT:Furnished concrete oni
bedroom chalet, modern improve
ment. in Arraijon 8 miles to For
ry. Philips Place.
FOR RENT:Completely furnished
house in "El Cangrejo" to respon-
sible family. 3 bedrooms, porch,
livingroom, diningroom, terrace,
garage and car, spacious grounds
for children to play. Telephone
2-1109 Ponamo. Ask for Mr.
Black.
Cristobal Elks
Coronation Ball
To Be Held Feb. 23
Jo Anne Reccia, Carnival
queen elect of Cristobal Elks,
will be crowned next week Sat-
urday, Feb. 23, at a coronation
ball %t the ElUs Club.
A spokesman' announced to-
day that men who attend will
pay an admission charge of $1
nightly during the four nights
of the Carnival celebration at
the club. Tickets for all four
nights bought in advance will
cost only $2.50. Ladies will be
admitted free of charge.
Maids of honor to queen Jo
Anne win runners up Nancy
Karlger, Anna Fisher, Lorrraine
Henning and Mary Anne Bras-
sel.
Three more contestants, Elaine
and Carol O'Hara and Patricia
Roddy will act as pages on the
Elks float during the Carnival
parade in the city of Colon.
Corozal NC0 Club
Books Danny Bishop,
All-Star Orchestra
Danny Bishop and his all-
star orchestra has been booked
again for a one-night stand at
the Oorozal NCO Club tomorrow
night.
Under Sgt. Woodal's manager-
ship the Corozal NCO Club once
again is being regarded as one
of the oustanding clubs of its
kind on the Isthmus.
Bishop, a well-known local
singer leads a six-piece band
featuring Coco Barreto, trum-
pet; Polly Drakes, clarinet and
alto aax; Rudy Gentle, tenor
sax, Eddie Squires, bass; "Zez
Bennet, piano, and Ranny
Jacobs, drums.
Dancing will be from 8 to 11
p. m. for all NCO's and their
guests.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Delivery-
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th St.
Radio Programs I Groveland Rape Defendant
yo, commun sioHon w,in Sentenced To Chair
HQG-840
Where 100.000 People Moot
Presents
Today. Friday, Feb. 15
F.M.
3:30Music for Friday
-4:00Music Without Words
4:15VOA Stamp Club (VOA)
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Stand bv for Adventure
Cia. Alfaro, 8.A.
6:15Request Salon
7:00Animal World
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here comes LOuis Jordan
8:00News and Commen t a r y
(VOA)
Raymond Swlnti (VOA)
8:15Opera Concert (VOA)
8:45Commentator's Digest
9:00Short Story Theatre
(VOA)
9:30London Studio Concert
(BBC)
10:00Cavalcade of America
(VOA)
10:30Adventures of PC.
(BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00a.m.Sign Off
49
The HX
The Best vilntt In town
our furnltere U
RIXFIIOLSTKRtO
ear Mattresses are
REBUILT
ell woodwork expertly
^FINISHED
We Bay-Sell-Barter
HX (Hoinrhold Exchange)
1 Aillo Raw Tal. 1-4111
PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Hotel El Panam
Buying: Abbatoir.
Selling: Fneraa y I.ut
(preferred) and
Fuerza y Lm (common)
Tel. 3-471 3-1660

MODERN FURNITURE
CUSTOM-BCILl
Slipcover Reupholstery
rarr otm bhow-*oomi
Albert oree
J. P. a la Oan H (AateaobtleKew)
tvea BallaietO Hetap Delivery
Tol. S-4I2S 8:M B.BL to 7.-0 OJO.
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 Une AT
THE LOWEST PRICES IN
PANAMA. Visit your
FIRESTONE STORE
at #30 National Avenue
(Automobile Row)
Telephones: 2-0363 3-4564
Saturday. February 16
A.M. ta
6:00Sign On Alam Clock
Club
7:30Jazz Salon
8:15NEWS (VOA)
8:30To Be Announced
8:45The Duke Steps Out
9:00NEWS
9:r9j-Women's World (VOA)
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
12:00NEWS
P.M.
12:05New Tune Time
12:80Popular Music
1:00NEWS
1:15Personality Parade
1:45Tour de France (RDF)
2:00Latin American Serenade
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
2:45Battle of the Bands
3:00Music for Saturday
3:30McLean's program
8:45Musical interlude
4:00Music for Saturday
4:30What's Your Favorite
6:00Guest Star
6:15Masterworks from France
(RDF)
6:45American Folk Songs
7:00What Do Thev Really
Think of Us (Crusade for
Freedom)
7:30Sports Review
7:45Jam Session
8:00News and Commentary
(VOA)
:15Bing Crosby Show (VOA)
8:45Report from Congress
(VOA)
9:00HOG Hit Parade
9:30VOA Hit Parade
(VOA)
OCALA, Fla.. Feb. 15 (UP)
Walter Lee Irvln, last of the
defendants in the 1949 Grove-
land case, was found guilty to-
day for the second time of rap-
ing a young white housewife
and was immediately sentenced
to death in the electric chair.
The 24-year-old Negro, who
was tried for the second time
under an order of the U. 8. Su-
preme Court, heard the verdict
and sentence, passed bv Circuit
Judge Truman Futch, without
emotion.
The Jury of 12 white men took
95 minutes to return its verdict
without recommendation of
mercy, which made the death
penalty manadatory.
Irvin, neatly dressed in a dark
blue suit, maintained an ex-
pressionless defense of inno-
cence throughout the three-day
trial in the packed, but orderly
courtroom.
Defense attorney Alex Aker-
man of Orlando announced he
would appeal the conviction.
Irvln's second trial was moved
here, a one-county distance
from Groveland which became
the scene of violent mob action
that had to be quelled by Na-
tional Guard troops following
the alleged rape Incident.
Judge Futch denied a defense
motion to remove the trial site
even farther from Lake County
before the trial got underway
Tuesday.
The Supreme Court had ruled
that Irvln's first trial was held
in an atmosphere of perjudlce
at Ta vares, seat of Lake County.
Summing up the prosecution
case, state's attorney J. W. Hun-
ter described the young Grove-
land housewife, who testified
she was "positive" Irvln was one
of the men who raped her, as
"an honest old cracker girl...
poor but upright."
"Who are you going to believe
her or this defendant with a
criminal mmd?" Hunter asked
the jury.
Durlne hi 35-mlnute speech
demanding the death penalty
for the young Negro, Hunter told
the Jury he was submitting them
a "proven case" in this, his last
major case as state's attorney.
He said he was not seeking re-
election because he Is afflicted
with "a fatal malady."
He explained to reporters
later that he Is suffering from
"a dormant case of leukemia."
Assistant state's attorney A.
P. Buie pointed a finger at Irvin
and called him a man "with
truoble in his heart."
"His record shows It," Bule
said.
He ateo asked the Jury whe-
belleved I*
or the defendant.
reached the names of six Ne-
groes on the venire list.
Irvln was one of four young
Negroes accused of kidnaping
the young white woman from
her husband and raping her on
a lonely country road.
Of the other three, one waa
killed by a posse, another plead-
ed guilty and received a Ufe
term and the third, Samuel
Shepperd, was shot to death by
Lake County sheriff Willis Mc-
Call.
Irvln was wounded at the
same time but recovered.
A coroner's Jury ruled that
McCall acted in self defense
when the two Negroes attempt-
ed to escape while being trans-
ported to a hearing.
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:30Having a Wonderful
Crime (BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
1:00a.m.Sign Off
11 Tear-Old Wants
To Fight, Climb,
Obey The Marines
CAMP LEJEUNE, N. C. Feb.
18 (UP)David Cooper added
up his qualifications and figured
he was ready for the Marines.
From his Columbus, Oa.,
home, he wrote Maj. Gen. Ray
A. Robinson, commander of the
Leatherneck base -here;
"I am fast and can run any
distance. I can fight. I can
shoot good. I can throw a knife.
I can crawl on my stomach in
grass 2 ft. high and you can't
find me. I can clime a stone wall
or tree. I am the healthiest boy
on my st. I can obey orders. I
will be 12 July 14, 1952. If It is
alright with Washington, D. C,
send me a reply to 2317 E. 7th,
Columbus, aa."
General Robinson wrote back
that with his "heart and quali-
fications" David should make
an excellent Marine. But ht
would have to wait several years.
"As long aa there are suf-
ficient youngsters like you, this
country never need worry about
Its defense," Robinson wrote
David. He enclosed his auto-
graphed picture.
Book Purge On
In Red China
HONG KONG. Feb. 15 (USlS)
Communist China is conduct-
ing a book burning campaign,
the likes of which has not been
seen since Emperor Chin flhlh
tried to Wlp WR^cTBslcs 2000
years ago. ..'.j
The intensive book purge was
ther it ndterid the housewife reported the Shanghai Tai
paper. It said the books destroy-
ed were "questionable In vlew-
f0ft{d.f0l0K3r' *#trtv* Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
DFRadiodlffusion FrancaUe
"They are the only ones alive
who khow," he said.
Thurgood Marshall, attorney
for the National Association for
the Advancement of Colored
People which is financing Ir-
vln's defense, told the Jury the
state had failed to prove beyond
a reasonable doubt that Irvin
waa guilty.
"A man's life Is at stake," the
defense attorney said.
He added that any man, re-
gardless of color, has a right to
a fair trial because the United
States Constitution is "color
blind."
An all-white Jury was selected
for Irvln's trial before attorneys
One Shanghai publisher alone
was forced to destroy 237 tons of
books last year, of which 80 tona
were burned In the first 23 days
of November. The year's total loss
for this publisher was estimated
here to represent about 1,400,000
individual paper bound books.
The firm's new catalogue, tht
Communist newspaper said, lists
only about five per cent of the
titles in history, literature and
geography it carried before the
Communists took control. Only
three per cent of its social sci-
ence titles survived.
J^anafac
INSTANT
Fat-Free Powdered Milk
(fortified with Vitamin D)
for
DRINKING
for
COOKING
o for
WHIPPING
Farm Fresh
Flavor! .
On Sale in
P. C. Co Commissaries.
NOW ON DISPLAY
'52 DODGE CORONET SEDAN
^odge Tint Safety Olass 1
optional on '52 Dodft cars.
Green tint reduces glare and
radiant heat.
FOB YOUR HEALTH
CONSULT:
Dr. B. L. STONE
Chiropractor
STONE CLINIC
7th St. te Justo Arosemena
Ave. Coln Tel. 457
BEST SEELMAN. export
manager of the Holeproof Hos-
iery Company, which also ma-
nufactures "Luxite" lingerie
for ladies, is a Panama visitor
and a guest at Hotel El Pana-
ma. During Seelman's visit to
the Isthmus he will be assisted
in hta survey of the needs of
the local market bv hl% Pan-
ama agents, the Irving Zapp
Cvmoanv BA.
TRAVEL ANYWHERE
Without Worry Or Care
YffaarTL SgRVICE
II Trawli Aee. Fan. t-tOM
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tesy of the Clipper Line of Mal-
ino. Sweden.
Mrs. Frank Ullrich, charter
member of the club is being hon-
ored on U* eea*.
Members of the club and of
the America Had Cross, their
families and friends are cordially
nvlted to attend There will be
no admission charge.
The 1952 Dodge cars have Improvements and refinements Inside and out, Including now up-
holstery fabrics, new wheel covers and hub caps, a new tail light assembly and modified front
grle. All 1952 models are available with Gyro-Matte transmission.
COLON MOTORS, INC.
PANAMA
Tivoli Croasinj
COLON
10th Street



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Today' hand, one of the neat-
aat I have seen for some time,
ras played by Eddie Goldblum
Df New Orleans. He succeeded in
making a difficult contract by
forcing the opponent to take
two wlnnhiK cards on the same
'.rick.
There was nothing timid about
anybody's bidding but the con-
tract was reasonable enough. If
the spades break normally. South
loses one spade, one diamond.
and one heart (if he guesses
correctly i.
South won the first trick with
the ace of clubs and returned the
king of spades. East's discard of
a dub made it clear that West
had two natural trump tricks.
Now it looked as though South
would Jose two spades, a heart,
and a diamond.
There was. of course, the
chance that the diamonds would
break 2-2. but there was no
need to rely on this. Goldblum,
whose king of spades had been
allowed to hold, continued with
the queen of spades, and West
won with the ace
West continued the clubs, and
South ruffed with the three. De-
clarer had already seen the ace
of padea and the king of clubs
appear from the West hand, and
he derided that West was un-
likely to have the ace of hearts
in view of his original pass. He
therefore led a heart and fin-
essed dummy's lack.
East won with the ace of
Hearts and led a third round of
clubs South ruffing with the
seven of spades. Declarer next
took the jack and ten of spades
followed by the klnt of dia-
monds. When he then led a low
diamond toward duaimy. West
was "fixed "
Atlantic Camera
Club Will Show
Diablo Club Slides
The Atlantic Camera Club will
hold its second meeting of the
month at the Armed Services
Y.M.C.A. at 7:30 p.m. Monday.
Through the courtesy of the
Diablo Camera Club, a collection
of 118 Kodachrome slides of
flowers and flowering trees of
the Isthmus will be shown with
Mail Boxes "**
FORT WORTH. Tex. (UP)
Highway Patrolmen turned tem-
porary postmen when a truck
sideswiped 23 mail boxes and
scattered mall "all over the
place." Besides helping pick up
the mall, the officers arrested
the truck driver. _________
explanatory commentary.
This collection has been en-
thusiastically received by the
Oarden Club and .Art Guild on
the Pacific side.
The collection goes on tour in
the States shortly.
If West ruffed, dummy would
play a low diamondand West
would get onlv South's losing
diamond for his high trump.
West actually discarded a heart.
Thereupon declarer took the ace
of diamonds and the king bf
hearts, followed by a heatt ruff
with his last trumo. This was his
tenth trick and the opponents
won the last trick doublv with a
high trump and a high diamondf
Platter Fans.. You'll Welcome Our
For A little J J00 o. 200 **
"u oon be the prvua owner oj the latest "Alts'-
or what ever type ol musie ton enjoy moetl
Cfa. Cyrnos Cyrnos Gift Shop
o I Jos Peo. de la Osas No. 11 Tlvoll Ave.
(TivoU Crossing) (Aeros from Anean PUyshod)
New Books
"Best Detective Stories of the
Year1961," edited by David C.
Cooke Is one of the new books
placed In circulation during the
past week by the Panama Canal
Library.
The complete list of new book*
at the Library follows:
. SCIENCE Annual report.
1950. Smithsonian Institution.
APPLIED SCIENCE Crops in
peace and w?r: t'.-e year book of
agriculture U.S. Department of
Agriculture.
PINE ARTS A complete
guide to drawing, Illustration,
cartooning and painting. Byrnes:
Ways with watercolor. Kautiky.
LITERATURE Best detective
stories of the vear 1951. Cooke:
Best plays of 1950-51, Chapman.
HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY
Photobiography. Beaton: The
key to peace; a formula for the
oerpetuation of real American-
ism. Manion; War for the world:
a chronicle of our fiehtlna forc-
es in World War n. Pratt: The
era of Franklin D Rooeevelt: a>
ehrortiele of the New Deal and,
0l-Hol tr Brn"*n
FICTION The fabulous'
- \t. Belief: The ro"gh and
the smooth, Maugham: Hear this j
woman Plnchot; The stranger
beside me. Seeley.
Added to Reference Collection
during the past weekOfficial
register of the U.S.. 1951: Scott's
standard nostage stamp cata-
logue. 1952: Yearbook of the
West Indies irt countries of the
Caribbean 1951.
The GOOD THINGS of LIFE
AWAIT
YOU
AT.#..
Wonderful food
Stimulating company
The most restful,
and luxurious surroundings
Well-mixed drinks
* Vistas unparalltlid
Music for listening
or music for dancing ...
I just saw
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1B5
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HOLLYWOOD.
ins. But It didn't happen that
way.
The Mm queen went "ho-hum'
when she first met her co-star,
came the day she was to play
her first love scene with him add
she balked.
"I don't like him," she told her
director. So the director sent out
for some bottles of chamnafrne.
The set was closed while the
beauty Rulped down the bubbly
llauid rnd gradually overcame
her distaste for the leading man
tir when "she" makeslier televl-1Rosselllni "Love Story," In a re-] Can a^athlng suit be "subver- The love scenes went off like
aln debut in the fall. cent Issue of Look Magazine, was.sive"? MOM thinks so. clock-work.
Revealing that she has perma-, written with their consent and | The studio asked Cole of Call- Next dav the movie queen was
HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Be-I Two Republic films, "The Hotvored by Orson to Southern Ca-
hftdthe Screen- j"y Canova,, Heiress." and "A WAC From; llfornia. The Martians will be
the Beverlv Hills Billy who wentiWalla Walla," are also on Judy's weird creatures on spidery legs.
o*!' glamor spree a couple of 1952 calendar. and an ersatz atom bomb will be
R Sro. will stick to her coun- -------- ._! exploded during the action.
try style ham-and-eggs charac-! The Ingrid Bergman-Roberto
I Rosselllni "Love Story." In i
'/.pnt Ijmiip of i.nok Maeazine.
and
nVntv shelved the "mlnk-and-1encouragement. |fornla to design a nautical bath- telling pals that she was in love
art*'routine for movies and TV. I Insiders claim it's the first step, ing suit for Esther Williams' for the first time In her life!
JJBv said:
Truman Insists Joint Chiefs
Are Above Political Wrangles
j in a public relations campaign to
"Hi wasn't glamorous ven- long, win back her U.S. fans,
rfllster. I decided that mv face;
mid have to be changed all1
over li'st like a lot of other gals -mm has an opera theme, rea-]
"Skirts Ahoy." Cole designed one
decorated with red and blue i\ hasn't been told until now,
stars. The studio returned it but Abbott and Costello Meet
Spike Jones' latest record al- pronto with the curt comment: !captain Kldd" is Bud Abbott's
jm has an opera theme, fea-j "No red stars please. We own independent production.
Hollywood. I just didn't have turlng such musical madners as might be called subversive." costello is merely working for
tie time." i"The Quartet From Rigor Mor-, Cole redesigned the suit. The him.
Mudv and her hubbv. Philip Us." You'll recognize the mi-,red stars were replaced with --------
HSvero have formed a company mieked foursome as Bette Davis, blue eagles. Prediction on the Pmtsy Award
for the filming of Judv's TViTallulfh Bankhead. Peter Lorre -------- for the best animal acting of the
ifiow ,and Charles Bover. Hollywood Short Story: She's year: Rhubarb, the cat. bv a
"We're going to film half-hour -------- an undisputed movie emDres-, whisker over Francis, the talking
movies and they'll be made on i Paramount'* forthcoming ver-j and he's a Johnny-come-litelv mule.
Ideation with a different localesion of H. G. Wells' "War of the with dark, burning eyes. Their,
every week." she said. IWorlds" will be run-for-the-hllls
"We've watched television foristuff and twine as hair-raising
a year. There's nothing myste- as Orson Welles' famous radio
rlous about It. It isn't a new me- naric play. Action will be switch-
studio cast them as lovers in a! Add the servant problem to
film and now they're whispering Hollvwood's worries,
off-stage dialog. Butlers maids and cooks re
Love at first sight," the I- hard to find and difficult to
dlum. It's Just movies at home." ed from the New Jersey site fa- love-a-romance set Is murmur-keep. The other night Sir Cedric
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 (UP) President
Truman slapped at Sen. Robert A. Taft yesterday
for making the U. S. Joint Chiefs of Staff a politi-
cal issue but again refused to shed any light on his
own political plans. ,
The President told his news conference the ques-
tion of seeking four more years in the White House
is "a difficult decision for me to make." But when
he is ready to say, he added, he will announce it him-
self and not "through a third person."
But he was unequivocal on the subject on the
joint chiefs the nation's military high command.
He said they are not political appointees and not a
proper subject for political discussion.
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The Ohio Senator, a candi-
date for the Republican Presi-
dential nomination, sai Seattle this week he has no con-
fidence in the military leaders
and their conduct of the Ko-
rean war.
Mr. Truman said he has ut-
most confidence in them. He
said the public will have to
'draw its own conclusion on
Taft's charge that the Korean
fighting was "Truman's war
a useless war." He noted
that Taft's remarks were
made in connection with the
Senator's bid for the GOP
Presidential nomination.
The President politely dis-
couraged questions about whe-
ther he wUl run for re-election
and the rash of "he willhe
won't" statements by recent
White House visitors. Most of
them predicted he will run
again.
Mr. Truman said he still isn't
ready to announce his decision
and suggested in a friendly vein
that reporters drop the subject
and not make the whole thing
ridiculous
As if to emphasize his words,
the White House took the rather
unusual step of approving di-
rect quotation of some of his
remarks.
When asked whether Zionist
leader Benjamin Browdy quoted
h i m accurately Wednesday
when he said Mr. Truman will
announce his political plans in
10 to 15 days, the President
said:
"Well, you know, everybody Is
entitled to have his say when
he comes out of the President's
office, but I want to tell you
fellows that whenever I get
ready to make an announce-
ment I will make it to you. It
wpn't be through a third per-
son." _
Rep. Adolph J. Sabath ,(D-
111.) quoted the President two
days ago as saying he didn't
want to run for re-election but
I would at even a risk to his
health, if it would help the
cause of world peace.
Asked whether he would seek
re-election under those condi-
tions, Mr. Truman said he would
answer that question later.
Then he volunteered:
"I want to say to you that I
know you are very much Inter-
ested in this situation. I am
interested, too. But we don't
want to make this thing ri-
diculous. I have carefully and
conscientiously tried to answer
all your questions. I always try
to do that.
"But it seems to me that it Is
about time now for you to wait
until I get ready to make the
necessary announcement and
then you will have all the In-
formation. I don't want to con-
fuse you. I haven't tried to con-
fuse you.
"I have told vou that it is a
difficult decision for me to
make, and that as soon as it is
time for the announcement
to be made, you will have the
information promptly. So,
go to some other subject that
the country is interested in,
and discuss that, because I
have said all to you that I
am going to say on this sub-
ject."
In response to other questions
of a political nature, the Presi-
dent said he has nothing to an-
nounce yet about two Federal
court judgeship vacancies in
Illinois, for which his nomina-
tions last year were rejected by
the Senate.
Asked whether, In picking a
successor for retiring Federal
Judge J. Waltes Waring in South
Carolina he might name a man
who supported the State's Rights
ticket against him in the 1948
election, Mr. Truman said he
would if he thought the man
would make a good Judge. He
said he hasn't picked a man
for the post yet. ,
In other political develop-
ments:
Backers of Taft organized a
campaign to put his name Into
New Jersey's April 16 primary
If he will let them.
Harold E. Stassen has said h
will enter if Taft does. Thu
name of Gen. Dwlght D. Elsen-
hower also Is expected to be en-
tered.
The Civil Rights Issue was
injected into the pre-conventlon
campaigns of both major par-
ties by Clarence Mitchell, Wash-
ington director of the National
Association for the Advance-
ment of Colored People.
He voiced a fear that Gen.
Dwlght D. Elsenhower, a GOP
prospect, or Sen. Estes Kefauver
(D-Tehh.) candidate for the De-
mocratic nomination, would re-
verse the trend against racial
segregation In the Armed
Forces.
Kefauver promptly announced
he would do no such thing.
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Hardwicke held a dinner party
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On his first appearance In the
dining room the butler was coat-
less. Sir Cedric overlooked It.
On his next trip the butlers
thumb was In the gravy. Sir Ced-
ric looked the other way
But when he served the salad
with a cigar In his mouth, Sir
Cedric pushed hit chair away
from the table, stood up and an-
nounced to his eight guests:
"The dinner will continue at
Chasen's restaurant."
And that's where the party
went.
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/THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
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ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION HAS ANNUAL BANQUET
The officers of the St. Mary's Alumnae Association were
Installed at the annual banquet, given In the ballroom of
the Hotel Washington, Wednesday evening. At this time, the
members of the graduating class of '51 were welcomed as
new member*.
The lone tables were decorated
with tropical foliage and bou-
Ralnvilla. Beated at the head ta-
ble were" the retiring and incom-
ing officers. The retiring, officers
were: president. Miss Josefina
Correa, vice-presiacnt, Mrs. Ro-
bert von Tres", ami Secretary,
Miss Susanna Nava. The new
officers are: president. Miss Car-
men calonje, vice-president. Mrs.
Moiss Carles. Secretary, Miss
Georgia Taylor.
The program for the evening
Included talks bv Rev. Father J.
Raymond Mchate. CM. and
Rev. Father Vincent J. Ryan,
CM. and several solos by Mrs.
Leonia Bnder. accompanied by
Mrs. Mrcel Belanger.
Out-of-town members were the
uests of honor: Mrs. Morgau
O'Connor, of Washington, D.C.,
Mrs. Armando Orumberg, of Mi-
ami. Florida and Mrs. Osvaldo
Ouaragna. who has returned
from Miami to reside in Colon.
The; following new members
were "welcomed: Misses Nadla
Benjamin. Ernestina Derrlo. Glo-
ral Castillo, Betty Chang. Mary
Chitrlt. Antonia Clop. Irene
Oarm. Hena Oonzales. Grace Ho,
Carol Kam. Renee Maloul. Mu-
riel Taylor, Xenla Vilar, Gorllna
Yap and Mrs. Melvin Smith.
The other members present
were: Mrs, Ruben Arela,. VMrs.
Marcel Belanger, Mrs. T. J.
Butler, Jr., Mrs Sherman
Brooks. Mrs. Eduardo Castillo,
Mrs. John Constantakls, Mrs.
Carl Ender, Mrs. Peter Bnder.
Mrs. James Ford, Mrs. Osvaldo
Heilbrun. Jr.. Mrs. Milton Lam.
Mrs. Germalne Lemm, Mrs. Al-
exander P. Llm, Mrs. H. J.
Lutz. Mrs. Ramon Mouynes.Mrs.
Frank X. Zelmets, Mrs. Thomas
Lollar, Misses Gioconda Apolayo,
Mrs. Elvira Ayarna Elvira Ayar*
za Esther Balquin. Elisa Herton-
cml, Dota Delgado, Aurlt Hep-
burn. Dorothy Kam, Hercilia
ani Rosarlo Lara, LIU Lelgna-
dier, Vllma Morales. Sarita Mlz-
rachi; Catalina Navas, Josefina
Oses and Sophia Yhap.
Nativa Birthday Dinner Party
Mrs. Joseph M. Watson, of
New Cristobal, arranged a recep-
tion and native dinner at her
home Wednesday evening to
honor Mr. Watson on hto birth-
day anniversary.
The friends who celebrated
with the honoree were members
of the family: Mr. and Mrs,
Lionel de Castro, Mr. and Mrs.
John McLaln. and Mr. and Mrs.
Walter C. Watson of Panama Ci-
ty. The other out-of-town guests
were": Mrs. David Robles. Mr.
and Mrs. Rudolph Stempel. Mr.
Al Qauvln of Panama City and
Mr. Jack Campbell of Balboa.
The Atlantic Side guests were:
Major and Mrs. Joseph'Katall-
nas, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hun-
nicutt, Major and Mrs. Pastor
Ramos. Mr. Edward Henrlquez,
Mr .and Mrs, James Salterio,
Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Sasso,
Mr. and Mrs. Abram Sasso. Mr.
and Mrs. David Sasso. Mr. and
Mrs. Frank de Castro and fami-
ly, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Levl, Mr.
and Mrs. Isaac Levl. Mr. and
Mrs. Clifford Madurd. Mr. and
Mrs, Henry Jaramllta, Mr. and
Mrs. Max Welch. Mr. and Mrs.
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Carlos Gallardo. Mr. and Mrs.
Errol Pinto, Mr, and Mrs. Fabian
Pinto, Mrs. Ivy Alberga, Mr. and
Mrs. Cecil Alberga. Mr. and Mrs.
Lloyd Alberga. Mrs. Garst of
New York City, Mr. and Mrs.
Teddv Frankel. Mr. and Mrs.
Marco Morales Messrs Thomas
Sellers and Robert La Porta.
Radio Actr.ss
OEIEONTAL
1,1 Depicted
Several Affairs Given
for Mrs. Peabedy
A number of affairs have been
given to honor Mrs. Dean Pea-
body who to visiting her daugh-
ter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs.
Henry Blgelow of Coco Slito.
On Tuesday Mrs. E. B. Tur-
ner gave a bridge luncheon at
her residence In New Cristobal
for Mrs. Peabody. The other
guests were: Mrs. Blgelow. Mrs.
Earl Orr, and Mrs. Julia Good-
enough.
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Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Waddell
entertained with a family dinner
at their home Wednesday even-
ing for the Blgelows and their
guests.
The guests were: Mrs. Dean
Peabody. Mr. H. J. Blgelow, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Blgelow. Jr.,
Sally Blgelow and Wally Wad-
dell. Jr.
. A luncheon was given by Mrs.
E. W. MUIspaugh of Gatun,
Wednesday, for the visitors. The
other guests with Mrs. Peabody
were Mrs. Blgelow, Mrs. Porter
McHan. Mrs. Russel Weade and
Mrs. Mathilda Neely.
Fort Sherman Officers
Wives Club Meeting
The Fort Sherman Officers
Wives club held their monthly
meeting at the Officers' Club on
the Post. Mrs. Joseph Cherry,
the chairman of the hostess
committee, had as assistants for
the afternoon: Mrs. Robert Al-
exander, Mrs. Brad Barfleld,
Mrs. Primus Bennett and Mrs.
Arnold Barden. Tea was erved
the thirty members who attend-
ed.
Three new ladles were welcom-
ed. They were: Mrs. D. M.
Bchall, Mrs. Thomas W. Brady
and Mrs. Charles W. Snyder.
Plans were made for a box so-
cial on March 8 and for the first
dance at the club on Saturday
evening. Mrs. Evelyn Hatcher,
chairman of the Way and
Means Commitee gave the re-
turns on the Camera raffle to be
held Sunday night. The meeting
date was changed to the second
Tuesday of the month.
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11 American
anatomist
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WASHINGTON. DC. Feb. 15
In Barbados, when a native
husband and wife separate, they
customarily make equal division
of their worldly goods and he
carts off his portion. Including
half their house. She boards up
the open side and continues to
live In the "divorce bouse."
Diplomatic relations between
the United States and Japan
were opened with one of the
most colorful visitations ever
made to the Nation's Capital.
The Japanese ambassadors and
their suite, dressed In lavish
Oriental costumes and bearing
I;lfts, were welcomed by Pres-
dent Buchanan at a White
House reception in I860, the Na-
tional Geographic Society re-
calls.
Malayan porcupines, to avoid
each other's quills while sleep-
ing side by side, alternate their
positions on a tree-limb perch.
Each faces In the opposite direc-
tion from the next.
Regimental Ladles club was dis-
cussed.
All Hands Plc
at Code Sole
An All Hands penlo will be
held Saturday at the coco Solo
Naval Station by the Fleet Air
fiervice Squadron Saturday morn-
ing.
The outing will start at 0:00
a.m. and last until 1:00 p.m.
Lunch will be served and there
will be bevarages. A program of
games has been planned. ,
Announcement of Local Interest
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lindner,
of Austin, Texas, announce the
birth of a son on February 8.
Mrs. Lindner Is the daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix of Ga-
tun and waa a former resident
The advisability of forming a of Balboa.
Thespians Present Play Tonight
The National Thespians of the
Cristobal High School will pre-
sent "Meet Corliss Archer" to-
night and tomorrow in the high
school auditorium.
Ice Cream Social Tomorrow
The Woman's Auxiliary of the
Margarita Union Church will
have an Ice Cream Festival Sat-
urday from 9:00 to 8:00 p.m. on
the lawn of House 81S0 on 4th
Street.
Home made desserts will be on
sale with beverages.
Symphony Concert Tonight
The orchestra of the M-V Stel-
la Polaris will present a program
of symphonic music tonight at
the Red Cross Building under
the sponsorship of the Cristobal
Woman's Club, through the cour
(Continued en Page SIX)
Washington, D. C, haa hid
many temporary White Houses.
They were used while the Ex-
ecutive Mansion was under re-
pair or reconstruction. Besides
the current Blalr House, says the
National Geographic Society,
such dwellings included Octagon
House during President Ma-
dison's term; President Monroe's
Some on I Street; and the
leanor Patterson home on Du-
gmt Circle, used by the displaced
oolldges.
Miami Beach, a strip of real
estate worth more than $250,-
000,000 today, wjs built to a span
of less than 40 years from a
wilderness of matted mangroves,
scrub palmetto and sand pump-
ed up from the bottom of Bls-
cayne Bay. the National Geogra-
phic Society say.
The only polar bear sanctuary
In the world, other than in zoos,
is on the Islands of Kong Karls
Land In the Spitsbergen archi-
pelago, where polar bear breed-
ing grounds are protected by
Norwegian law.
Tasmanlan blue gum Is one of
the strongest, heaviest, and most
durable woods In the world. It
is so dense It sinks In water, so
tough that the marine borers,
the teredos, cannot penetrate It.
In height and forest grandeur,
the Tasmanlan trees are second
only to Californias sequoias, says
the National Geographic Society.
One out of every six of the
earth's elements belongs to the
rare earths family, a group of
metals with suoh tongue-twist-
ing names as praseodymium,
dysprosium, and ytterbium. They
make up a larger part of the
earth's crust than does copper,
lead or zinc; but because the
rare earths are rarely found in
concentrated deposits and are
extremely hard to separate, they
are little known or used.
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Championship In Protested Game


Different Rulings By Base
Umpires Cause Of Protest
By United Press
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The Cart Vie] Tankee* lmit night downed the second place
. Chesterfield Bomber 4-t in the most important rame of the
uuen to clinch the 1"2 Panama Pro Learne championship.
However, the Yankees will hare to await the rolinr. of leasae
offk-ials on protest hy the Bombers. ..'A..
The Bombers hare every right to'protest in vfew of the
developments. Joe Montelro was on first with on out when
Elias Osorio hR a sinkinr liner to left which Dale Lynch took
lose to or off the (round (only Lynch really knows). Montelro,
halfway between first and second, went to second when second
kase umpire Nick Karamaniti ruled that Lynch did not catch
a fly ball. Lynch, however, had thrown to second for the force-
*"* White all this was going; on, Willie Hind, the third base
Sap who vm in a much better position to <"> the play
>an Karamanltis, had called the catch an out. The ball was
then relayed from second to first for a doubleplay. This caused
the Bombers to lodce a protest which will be settled this after-
BBAfl
Dave Thomas scattered seven hits for his seventh win
gainst one loss. Theollc Smith was touched for an even dosen
hits and his second setback against seven wins.
The Bluebirds edged the Brownies l-l In the first rame of
the twlnbHl.
Tonight the Yankees have another chance to sew up the
tfHe __ protest or not when they take on the Spur Cola
Brownies at Mt. Hope. Higel Patrick is to start against Stanley
Arthurs.
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Benefit AllStar Game Scheduled For Monday
Little
League
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost
Sears............ *
Police............
Lincoln Life........
AFGE 14.......... 1 *
Elks 1414........... I
Firemen.......... I
YESTERDAY'S RESULTS
Police 6, Firemen.*.
TODAYS GAME
Elks vs. Lincoln Life.
TOMORROWS GAME8:3* a.m.
Firemen vs. AFGE.
Owen Sutherland of the Police
pitched his second no-hit no-run
Gme of the season yesterday at
ttle League Park by defeating
the Firemen 8 to 0. Jan. 17 Owen
hurled a no-hit no-run game
against Lincoln Life.
Sutherland faced 21 batters
walking six and striking out nine.
Vwb started o the mound for
the Smokies and Johnny Chase
relieved him in the second In-
ning and finished the game.
The Coppers iced the game in
the top of the first Inning col-
lecting three runs on two hits
end also came up with three
runs and two hits in the second.
Single runs In the third and
sixth inning ended the scoring
for the game.
The win put the Coppers into
a tie for first place with Sears
and these two teams will meet In
next Tuesday's game in what
should be the contest to decide
the first half winners.
Kielhofer led the Coppers at
the plate with two singles in two
trips while Eddie Corrigan and
Sutherland collected two hits In
four trips to lead, the ten-hit as-
sault on the Firemen pitchers.
In today's game the third place
Lincoln Lifer* will meet the fifth
place Elks. Jimmie Lovelady will
more than likely toe the rubber
for the Lodgemen with Bruce
Bateman o the mound for the
Insurance Boys.
Saturday morning at 9:30 the
Firemen and AFGE 14 will meet.
Herby 8chneWer will pitch for
the Smokies and Billy Castle-
man will go for the AFOE.
The box score:
Motorbike Rivalry
Between British, US
Machines Contine
International rivalry of a sort
has broken out on Panama's mo-
torbike racing front.
Not between the Tlders, but be-
tween the machines.
So far British-built models
have collected most of the rac-
ing honors in Panam.
The thoroughbred British Vin-
cent 1000 cc. owned by Po de los
Casares ana ridden by Choppy
White, has dominated Juan
Franco events.
B8As and Triumphsboth
British makeswon all but a few
places in the Juan Diaz road
races, while BSAs did best at the
recent Coln Stadium meeting.
But somewhere In the picture'
such as in second place at Co-!
Ionthere have generally been;
Harley-Davidsons, built in the'
United States.
Sunday morning at Juan Fran-!
co Hai ley-Davidson fancier Bill'
Hidalgo proposes to unleash a i
machine he has long been doc-l
toring with loving care.
His hopes for success are all
the brighter because the Vincent
wi'1 not be racing.
Choppy White will be aboard
his 860 cc Triumph, with a mo-
tor much smaller than Hidalgo's
1300 cc Harley-Davldson.
BSA men Eddie Arm stead,
Jerry Fox and Ray Magan mean-1
while consider the whole Tri-
umph vs. Harley-Davidson argu-
ment mere quibbling.
They reckon their machines
have the measure of both.
RHUBARB Yankee players Clem Koshorek, Dave Thomas
and Coach Joe Mcenlo look on while teammate Forrest
Jacobs loudly protests a decision of base umpire Aston
Parchment last night at the Panama Olympic SUditirt in
the game in which the Yankees defeated the BOmbers 4-2
to cop the Panama Pro Baseball League championship. The
ame, however, Is under protest because of a later ruling on
a play by umpires Willie Hinds and Nick Karamanltis in the
____________game chock full of disputed decision._____________
Plummer, Davis Wind Up
Training Programs Today
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Isthmian Featherweight Cham- fredo Brewster and Leonel Per-
pion Federico Plummer and alta at a 187-pound limit,
world featherweight champion-
Races
Tomorrow
1st Race "F-r Native J Fgs.
Purse: 1275.00Pool Closes lt:48
First Race of the Doubles
1Don Joaqun J. Rcdrig'z 118
2El Mono J. Baesa, Jr. 118
3La Mucura H. Reyes 114x
4Don Arcello a. Prescott 117
8Eclipse O. Chant 113
6Opex O Chaves lllx
7Carbonero M. Guerrero lit
2nd Race "F-t" Natives 7 Fg.
Purse: (275.00 Pool Closes 1:18
Second Race of the Doubles
1Tapsy J. Phillips 118
2Cacique H. Reyes H2x
3La Suerte F. Rose 115
4Baron C. Ruiz 115
5Welsh Money R. Vasq> 115
8Con Valor II Jos Roq. 118
3rd Race "G"' Natives VA
Purse c $250.00 Pool Closes
One-Two
1Sirena K. Flores
2Golden Pick) V. Ara'us
3Golden Tap) V. Ortega
4Apolo O. Chanis
5Bozo C. Ruiz
Galon M. Guerrero
7Libertino M. Arosemena
114
110
110
108
113
108
4th Race "E" Natives 4W Fgs.
Purse: $275.0* Pool Close :
Quiniel;
1Domino
2Wlnsaba
3-FUigrana
4Proton
5volador
6Raymond
7VUlarreal
V. Ortega 114
E. Darlo 102
K. Flores 113
B. Aguirre 118
C. Chivea llx
V. Araus 112
Jos Rodgz. 118
POLICE AB R
Coln, 2b...... S 1
Barnes, B., c. .. S 2
Pederson, 3b .... 2 1
Sutherland, p. .. 4 2
Kielhofer, as. .. 2 1
Crook, cf...... 2 0
HPO A
1 3 3
0
0
0
0
0
Fight Results
, Wednesday Mght
PHILADELPHIA Rocky Mar-
ciano, 18i'/i, Brockton, Mass.,
stopped Lee Savold, 2M, Engle-
wood, N J., 7.
MIAMI BEACH Roland La-
Starr, 190H-, New York, out-
pointed Ralph Schneider, 222'/,
Chicago, I*.
{Two four-round 118-pound pre.
liminaries will round out the
firogram. Cisco Kid meets Wal-
ee Glttens in one bout while Al
Hostin tackles Baby Gaviln .in
the other.
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Robertson..... 10 0 0 0
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Corrigan, E., rf.. 4 0 2 1 0
Priest, lb...... 3 1 1 5 0
Barnes. J., If.. .. 2 0 0 0 0
Scott, If...... 1 0 0 0 0
Brown, If...... 0 0 0 0 0
Totals ........ 28 10 18 4
ship contender Teddy (Red Top)
Davis today were scheduled to
wind up their training programs
for their ten-round battle Sun-
day night at the Panam Olym-
pic Stadium.
Davis has been working out at
Colon's Everardo Nes Gymna-
sium while Plummer has been
going through the paces at *ke
Both boys have been unusually K68IIY L06u6Q
impressiveDavis because of his
brilliant speed and Plummer be-: DAYTON, O., Feb. 15 (NEA)
cause of a display of unsuspect- Pepper Wilson still shudders
ed hitting po*er. | wnen he thinks about the time
MeanwhHe.lt has been report- he went wlth Hamilton Field's
ed that there |s great Interest in basketban team to play San
the United State on the out-. Quentin Inside the prison during
come of thi contest. Local! cor- World War n.
FIREMEN ABRHPOA
Terry, 2b...... 3 0 0 2 3
Llnfors. ss. .. .. 2 0 0 2 6
Schneider, cf. .. 8 0 0 0 0
Webb, p-lb .... 2 0 0 S O
Schoch, 3b-c. .. 1 0 0 3 0
Kintner, c..... 0 0 0 5 0
Tundakowski, if. 0 0 0 0 0
Chase, rf-p .... 2 0 O 0 2
Wallace, if,-8b. .. 10 0 0 0
Randel, lf-rf. .. 10 0 3 0
Totals........18 0 0 18 11
Score By Innings
Police 3 3 10 0 18 10 0
Firemen 0 0 0 0 0 00 O 1
Winning PitcherSutherland
(4-2). Losing PitcherWebb
(0-1). Struckout bySutherland
9, Chase 2. Base on Balls off-
Sutherland 6, Webb 4, Chase 2.
Hit by PitchKielhofer by Webb.
Two Base HitsColn, Priest.
DoubleplaysColn, Priest (2K,
UmpiresLzer and Lovelady.
ScorerMead. Time of Game
1:05.
respondent for the United Press,
International News Service and
the Associated Press, Jack Jamie-
son of the Associated Negro
Press, Arturo LeConte of Ring
Magazine and others are expect"
ed to cover the fight.
The training camps of both
Joe Gordon was, also 6n the
team.
"After we were carefully pass-
ed through the Iron gates," the
Dayton publicity man says, "It
was found that Joe was toting
his gear In an old grip normally
used for hunting. The bottom
fighUrs'Thu^ar"^ b^n^i! crammed with live ammuni-
of signs of complete confidence! lm~L ... .. ,
in each boy. The 2C-year-oldl The guards nearly blew their
Hartford, Conn, fighter expects lids, but we managed to keep it
to top Plummer while the hushed up. Our men put their
stop
"Stringbean" will undoubtedly be
shooting for a kayo win also.
If things go according to the
blueprint, this battle could turn
out to be the "fight of the year.''
Promoter Carlos Delvalle has
also added 18 rounds of action in
the supporting card. The semi-
final will also be a ten-rounder.
This bout brings together Wil-
wallets, watches, rings and other
valuables into Joe* bag and I
took charge of it.
"I sat during the whole game
with it snuggled between my legs.
"The inmates never found out
the difference. We got out of the
place with all the ammunition
still in our possession.'
Baseball Writers Spamor
Locals Vs. Imports ClasK ;l
The Panama Baseball Writers Association yesUrday salete*
the players who will participate In the B.W.A. sponsored Ali-
star Game for the benefit ef local amateur baseball at the Pa.
nam % Olympic Stadium Monday night.
The players will be split In two groups the Local AU'ltat
and the imported Ail-Stars.
The locals will be managed by Lew KeMman with Ml"
Alvares as Us assistant. The Importe* will be .ed by A!
Knbskl with Dale Lynch as his side-luck.
League umpire Dal Thornton, Willie Hinds, Nick Karama-
nltis and Aston Parchment have assented to officiate the gams.
Besides the player elected, the manager will be given
hand to select any other players they feel win aid thler
free
respective team.
IMPORTED ALL-STARS
Pitchers
Theolic Smith
Higel Patrick
Eddie Neville
. I)Mt Thomas
Connie Johnson ;.
Ernest Burke
Catcher
Bar Dabek
Bobby Gana
Inftelders
Forrest Jacobs
Zigir Jaiinski
Joe Tumlneili
Quincy Barbee
Dale Lynch
Outfielder
Jim Cronin
Johnny Kropf
Joe Montelro
Eddie Fita.
5th Race "C" Imported 7 Fgs.
Purse: SC50.M Peel Close* 2:55
1Pampero II) V. Castillo 115
2Publico) M. Arosemena 9*
3Notable O. Bravo 111
4Polvoraso M. Hurley 120
5- Paragon K. Flores 116
0th Race "1-1" nperted^-1 Mile
Purse: J5.0 Pool Closes 1.35
First Race ef the Doable
1F\ill K. Flores 120
2Rondlnella 1. Cont'raa 112
3Alejandro M. Ouereero 115
4Roadmaster) J, Bravo 115
5RVAHIgator) L. Bravo 115
1Alfonslto
2-Salcedo
3Rechupete
4El Mago
5 Tamesis II
6Caribe
7Hit
K. Flores 115
F. Rose 107
B. Aguirre 120
V. Castillo 115,
V. Ortega 115
A. Phillips 120
A. Mena 112
8Cradle Song G. Prescott 120
9Levadura J. Contreras 120
10Inheritor J. Bravo 116
7th Race ""Imparted 1 Mile
Purse: $55.O0 Pool Cleaes 4:05
Second Race of the Doubles
1Hurlecano J. Bravo 112
2Ph. Apollo R. Kellman 119
3 -Beduino B. Aguirre 117
4Montlellto V. Castillo 120
5Ave. Road J. Contreras 120
8th Race "1-1" Imported1 Mile
Purse: J375.M Pool Closes 4:4
Sulniela
da) E. Corcho 108x
2Gale Force) V. Castillo 116
3Danescourt Jos Rodgz. 107
4Bronx J. Contreras 112
5Black Bull B. Aguirre 111
6Nljinsky
7Interlude
8Paris
9Delhi '
10Mr. Foot
G.Cruz 108
C. Chives 155x
O. Bravo 116
A. Mena 111
E. Gugnot 120
faerfioty feaUs Classified

9th Race G Imported1'4 Miles
Purse: S45M* Pool Close 1:15
One-Two
1Sans Soucl J. Cont'ras 1W
2Supersticiosa O. Bravo 120
3Picon K. Flores 110
4Batt. Cloud M. Aros'na 105
5Mingo J. Bravo ill
6Rose Hip J. Phillip* 120
7Montmartre A. Mena 109
10th Race D ImportedtU Fg.
Purse: Stt*.** Pool Close 5:4*

LOCAL ALL-STARR
Pitcher j
Alberts Osorio
Andres Alonso
Cookie Stempel *
aKroEE
nirreuo icesaios
Catchers
Lean Kellman
Calvin aWrbn "i
la Holders
Frank Austin
Clyde Partis
BoUby Prescott
Outfielders
Archie Brathwalte
Graavill Gladitone
Wllberta Bolder
Gerald Thorn

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11th Rae "A" NativesW fg
Parse: 6S7I.M
1Lollto C. Chong 108x
2Amazona J. Bravo 112
3Rlna Rol A. Men 112
4-Slxaola J. Phillips 107
6BlachSamboJ. Cont'ras 124
6Taponaao J: Bftesa, Jr. 106
Juan Franco Tiff
By CLOCKER -
1Don Arcello El Mono
tTapsy WeleeVMoas
1Golden Pick (e) G. Tap ()
4proton vjdaesaal
6Pampero II (t) Paragon
SRechupete Levadura
7Hurlecano Avenue Rand
sBronx Paris
Supersticiosa Sam Souel
ISRoadmaxter (e) Pall
11Black Sambo Rina Bat
Vigour Risfored,
lalRssVtk M**iss YaMM
It-i.
ft-w* II
m.mory
MiCcr.

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.ration ta brii*rwyei&i!
ad Tima- to tfcesoaaS It works 1-
r.elly a t*. Una. and urm, an*
pat* a.w. rich MeW and narsT I
T.ur t.Iu. T*v an im Mi (Ml T ^8
jroatkftil Tlor aaa *w*r.
Vi-Tabs -sa&ttBi
..far.. **.. SHf VhmlH*
RACES SATURDAY and
DOUBLES
lit, 2nd 6th, 7th RACES
ONE-TWO
3rd and 9th RACES
COLON:
For the eonveniencp of
our patrons we are no
operating both at the
"COPACABANA" and
"SAVOY."
i,r.
SATURDAY'S STELLAR RACE
5th Race "C" Importeds 7 Fgs.
Pnr-e: $650.00 Po4>l Oote: 2:55 p.m.
1. (PAMPERO U..........V. Ca$tiUo (1) 115
2. (PI HI.U.O..........JH. Aro$emena (5) 96
3. NOTABLE............. O. Bravo (2) 111
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4. POLVOR4ZO..........M. Hurley (3) 120
5. PARAGON ............ K. Flore (4) 116
ugm bianco 'Race 1i 4th and 8th RACES

CHILDREN ARE NOT ALLOWED
AT THE RACE TRACK

SUNDAYS FEATURE RACES

5rii Roce "A" Importeds 1% Mile
Purse: 91.000.00 Pool doee*: 2:55 p.m.
1. DICTADOR.............____G. Alfaro 121
2. ROYAL COUP ..............J. Bravo 120
3. GR1SU.......... ......M. Arosemena 96
4. WELSH LOCH.............J. Contrenu 108
5. CUACABVCO ................A. Mena 104
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8th Race "F" Importeds 6V Fgs.
Pume t $500.00 Pool Closea r 4:40 p.m.
QUINIELA
1. NEHV1NCO...........,,R. Vnquen (1) 120
2. ALABARDA...........G. PretcoU (2) 120
3. SUN CHEER...........C. Chave (3> 104x
4. CAYWOOD............. L. Pea (4) lQOx
5. ALTO ALEGRE........V. CatUlo (5) 118
6. (PIRAGUA .......------M.Guerrero (6) 106
7. (VAMPIRESA ........... O. Broto (9) 120
8. R1NTY..............J.BoeaJr. (7) 108
9. Fl AMBARO...........B. Moreno (8) 114
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S5I
fHF. PARAMA AMERICA* AR WDRPENPENT DAILY NRW8PAPRR
M Fred Wilt Sticks To Mile To Save Self For Olympic Games
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Gun Club Notes
Sundays Si Rapid Fire Match
Wat quite an event. There Were
as hith as S re-entries. In tact,
':.aJor Cmmpaeker really hit hi
stride in his flith match to win,
hand down, though his score on
tha fourth would hare been
high enough to win.
The five medal winners and
their scores follow. Possible was
300.
Major Crumpacker 180
Lt. Underwood.....189
Capt. Gorder...... W
'- Archie Turner.....It*
Andy Demetrepolous 188
Both Underwod and Demetro-
polous are taking thier first me-
dals now but there Is little room
for doubt that they will take
many more from now on.
The Canal Zone Shooting Aas'n.
match to be held on Sunday
mornln gat Cristobal will be
started promptly at 9:30 a.m. at
the Cristobal Pistol range. There
Will be no practice firing prior
t the match, but those shooters
-desiring to do so can take ad-
vantage of the Balboa range on
Saturday to get sighted in
The match will consist of two
strings of ten shots each at 50
yards, slow fire and two of ten
shots each at 86 yards, timed
and likewise rapid fire. Sixty
shots in all.
We understand that all those
attending the C. 2. S. A. 88 cal.
shoot a couple of months ago
were well pleased with the whole
affair and we hope for a fine
turnout of shooters for this 22
cal. match.
Light refreshments will be
available at the tange site this
time.
Saturday, Feb. 9, 15 shooters
turned out for the sliding handi-
cap trapshoot at the Balboa Gun
Club to see Captain W. Spencer,
Fort Clayton, walk away with the
trophy, a Royal DOUlton Toby
Jug, and high money for the top
score he piled up when the firing
, was over. The captain had to use
one of those flexible automatic
Shotgun* to stretch out from way
back tberi to intercept the targ-
ets around corners or what not.
.He finished with an excellent
Jeort of 88*78.
"Pap" Sanders was following
very closely with 82x15 for sec-
ond place. "Pop"" said that If he
had started a fe* minutes soon-
, ""er he wouki hwve -finished right
6lace With 60x75. Mary Tassln,
*e only sbooterette to take part
in this shoot, put in her little bit
to uphold her sex by winning the
, die Francis were the onlyshoot-
;r penalized, to shoot from, the
36-yard UneTass and Eddie
were wishing the shooters hadn't
let .those, few targets .slip by so
they wouldn't have had to shiver
by .themselves on that long dis-
tance n\ark.
.Young. Mickey Michaell* of Cu-
rundu who was Shooting his lit-
tle 20-gauge pump gun, was all
smnwrwhen he broke 19x25 from
the .18-yard linea remarkable
core for a 20-gauge gun. Ray
Ott, who shot a good score and
would shave tied for the second
class frophy and the high money
didn't play the optional*. We
i'tbftme"
couldn'1
him for being dis-
appointed. "Pappy" Norton who
had Just come out of his hiber-
nation from trapshootlng shot
the works and took second mon-
ey In his class. Joe Kueter and
Tom Fogarty's scores fell below
their averages but as the old say-
ing goes, "This shooting fluctu-
ates. Nevertheless, they had a
grand time.
Lee Carr, who won a nice purse
In his class, was so disgusted
about the broken trap>hat was
supposed to have been repaired
Distance Stftr
RunningRace
ToAddSpeed
By JOHNNY McCALLUM
NBA Staff Correspondent
NEW YORK, Feb. 15 (NBA)
Frederick Loren Wilt Is getting a
fat earful of advice from every
conceivable source these days on
how to collar Don Oehrmann,
favorite .410 pump gun as he
couldn't remember what happen-
ed to it.
Following the shoot a CZTA
meeting was held and the foun-
dation was laid for the state
Championship Shoot scheduled
for the last week end in April.
The officers were appointed and
a program was drafted.
A club skeet team shoot will
be held at the Balboa Oun Club
Saturday, Feb. 28. Watch this
pfcper for further announcement.
Army Sports
FORT OULICK After five
weeks of play the Bushmasters
team Is still leading in the Army
Atlantic Side Bowling League
with a score-of 18 wins and four
losses. In second place are the
O. I. McCanlcks with 15 wins and
five losses. Tied for third place
are "A" Company and the Knuc-
kle Busters with 14 Wins and si*
losses.
Complete listing follows:
TRAM Wen Lost Pins
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that he was the first shooter to the elusive fugitive who has glv-
leave. Tom McNeill and Archie en the FBI more trouble than
Turner who had been calculat-I anv bloke since John Dilllnger.
ing put in an appearance after i when the Bouncing Badger
the shoot was over. Tom wanted1 blasted the galloping O-Guy with
to know the whereabouts of his B solid 4:08.9 performance In
Boston, it brought the official
count to 16-4 In his favor since
their mile duels began.
Some say Wilt ought to rush
away as though his competitors
had leprosy and run the first
three quarters in the style of Gil
Dodds. setting a pace that would
kill off the field and let him tot-
ter home alone. (
Wilt, a stout distance runner,
to whom a mile Is a mere Junket,
has the power for a mauling
fourth quarter.
Actually, the FBI agent has
experimented with this gruelling
tactic. The only result It got was
to make Oehrmann run faster
and win by bigger margins.
DOE8NT HAVE SPEED
There ought to be a law against
lt
"Fred simply doesn't have the
speed in the stretch to run the
mile," Oehrmann said. "Why
don't they let him run two miles,
where he could whip every-
body?"
Ored Rice seconds the motion.
And when Greg the Great dis-
cusses the two-mile, folks listen.
The former Notre Dame star's
8:81 two-mile world's record has
been standing for nine years.
"Fred could break my record if
he would stick to the two-mile,"
But to do it, you
Along The Fairways
FRIENDLY FEUte-pMtfh Gehrmann .shown breaking the tape at left, Is far ahead of Fred
Will In tfielr mile dael, the two rivals are friendly companions off the trae*. They are shown, at right.
In Dm'i -eme shortly after he had beaten the G-Maa at Mllwaekee. Bushmasters 18
G. I. MCCanlcks. 15
"A" Company. 14
Knuckle Busters 14
Amphibs ... IS
Med. Det. ., tt
Thule Skimps. 11
Brltt's Gimmicks 10
&,: .: 1
Parts Platoon 8
Gutter Sn,Pe4 Z,
Sloppy Jones **?"
Paper Shufflers, 8
RA'S.......3
10,778
11,054
10,418
11,014
10,098
10.814
9,974
10.192
10,185
9,511
10.224
10,414
High Single Game: Hepple,
Gutter Snipes. 266; High Three-
Game Set: Heppl, 873; High Set
(Team): "A" Company, 2,383.
,, -Leading- ten IndlvtouaL-bowlera
are: Dale with/an average of 172,
Carter 164, Spicer 163, Radako-
vlch 162, Onfewek 160, J. Wil-
liams ISO. Oba 160, Hepple 160,
Blllmyer 159, and Hanners 159.
4
5
6
6
7
8
9
10
10
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18
17
daily in this Olympic Games
yea r," Templeton lamented.
'Certainly lt Is doing nothing to
help either Wilt or Oehrmann
with their events in Helsinki this
summer."
There has been wide specula-
tion that indoor track promoters,
with one eye on the bucks office,
are forcing Wilt to race Oehr-
mann. Dan Ferris, keeper of the
Amateur Athletic Union records,
wants to set the record straight.
SAVING SELF
10,078
10,815
11,249 remarked Rice.
10,88fj have to run that distance week in
and week out.
"He has run the two-mile only
once this winterand that a rec-
ord-smashing armory record, of
8:59.5. This Is perhaps his last
all-out year Ml track. He should
try to make it his best."
Dink Templeton, who coached
Stanford for so many years, gets
a little sad when he thinks of
the 31-year-old Wilt puttering
around another season with in-
door miles.
"Fred has no business fooling
around with Indoor milts, espe-
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La Boca, C.Z.
The Sports Editor ,
The Panam American,
Panam, R-P.
Sir:
We are so proud of our La Bo-
ca Playground and its activities,
which are the best to the entire
Canal Zone, that we boll when
some disgruntled small fry at-
tempt to be nasty In a mall box
letter criticising the way our
Softball leagues are run.
Yesterday's mail box critic
could easily have found out that
the following standard procedure
is used in the formation of all
the leaguea of the La Boca Play-
ground: ,
1. Team representative meet,
discuss, and adopt a constitu-
tion.
2. Team representatives elect
league officers and set up a
beard ef management.
3. Team representatives de-
cide the amount to be taxed
ach team as entrance fee.
A regards the entrance fee,.
let us take as an example the
current ten team Divisional
Softball League. The team repre-
sentatives met and set the en-
trance fee of seven dollars and,
fifty cents. Ten dollars of this
amount will be paid to the offi-
cial scorer at the end of the sea-
son.
The remaining sixty-five dol-
lars will be used to buy: (1) a
trophy for the straight season
winner; (2) first, second, third,
and fourth place trophies for the
championship series to which the
top four teams will ascend at the
end of the stralrht season: (3)
awards for the leading pitcher,
home run king, and champion
batsman .
The fact that La Boca has
more oftball leagues than any
other community shows that the
managers and players like the
set-up. Let us learn to appreciate
a good thing.
With thanks,
A Satisfied Manager.
^boa Bar
"Nobody is making Fred rur
the mile. He's doing it on his owi
accord," Ferris revealed. "Hf
doesn't want to bum himself out
running the longer distances,
this being Olympic Oames year."
Despite what his critics are
saying, Wilt intends sticking to
his present program. He will run
In four or five more indoor car-
nivals, then retire, March 15, for
a month.
"Then back to the grind again,"
Wilt said. "The whole purpose of
he winter season is to get me in
pe for the Olympics. I'm go-
.ig to try running both the 5,000
id 10,000 meters.
"The mile has definitely help-
id my speed, and I'll need that
7Xtra lift this summer. Why
haven't I run the two-mile more
than once this season? Because
lt demands too much time for
training. My FBI work receives
most of mv attention now."
Fred Wilt learned long ago you
can't run on an empty stomach.
GAMBOA GOLF & COUNTRY
CLUB NOTES
Considerable interest was
shown in the Cross-country
Tournament played Feb. 9 and
10. A total of fifty-four goiters
entered this play, including four
women. Many good scores were
recorded in spite of the difficult
terrain that had to be crossed
before reaching the greens.
The layout was tricky and
there were few who did not have
irouble at some spot during the
round, nevertheless lt was evi-
dent that a good golfer will score
well regardless of the obstacle.
Seasoned players like Jim Hln-
'Me, Hugh Schenck and Tony
Jankus scored in the high sev-
enties and either won prises out-
right or were tied for prises. Sev-
eral new name appeared in the
low net columns and lt Is believ-
ed by those who are Judges of
good golfers that these indivi-
duals will be heard from in fu-
ture play.
Young Bob Engelke won the
low net prize with a 68; "Babe"i
Melanson won second low net
with a 69; Jim Hlnkle, Hugh
Schenck, John Latham and Jim!
Burns were tied for third and]
fourth low net prizes. It will be
necessary for them to replay the
cross-country course to deter-
mine the winners. Tony Jankus
won the low gross prise with jTV.
Gross Hdcp. Net
The Winner*
V. A. Jankus.
76
Run-up golf club.
R. A. Engelke, Jr. 87
5 ,71
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id 'at
One dozen Dunlop golf balls,
Babe Melanson .83 14 80
Half dozen Dunlop golf balls.
Jim Hlnkle. 77 6 71)
Hugh Schenck 77 6 -71)
John Latham .84 IS Ti)
Jim Burns. 88 15 71)
Tied for third and fourth lew
net prizes which are four Head
covers for woods and one foil
glove.
Lesera in the playoff will each
receive two Dunlop golf ball*.-
STATISTICS: Holes Nos. 8 and
15 proved easiest for everyone.
There were 42 pars, 13 birdies and
one eagle scored. The eagle was
made by Jim Hlnkle whose drive
was Just off the green. His 7-lron
approach chip dropped into the
Cup as if lt had eyes. The tough-
est holes were Nos. 7 and 16. This
long 5-par hole cost most of the
players seven and eight strokes.
There were only seven pars and
one birdie. Tony Jankus hied-
out his approach for the bird.
The four ladles added color to
the tournament and also shot
very well: Cleo Burns shot a net
75; Evelyn Judson a net 83; Ruth
Daniel a net 87, and Inez Boxwell
a net 101.
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SERIES FINANCIAL SUCCESS ASSURED
President Ral Aranjro of the
Panam Baseball League today
Id he felt "very confident"
at the Caribbean baseball se-
ries starting; here Feb. Wrwonld
be a financial success.
Aranfo reported that the
league has already sold $25,090
worth of tickets, with most of
the boxes and choice reserve
eats sold out for the entire ae-
ries.
New boxes are being added
long the front of the main
grandstand and bleachers will
be erected in the bare right-
field to accommodate the ex-
pected large turnout.
. In addition the league has
Wen guaranteed $12,000 from
radio rights, with two stations
from Cuba, one from Venezue-
la, one in Panam, and per-
haps one from Puerto Rico cov-
ering the games.
. *A11 we need now," Arango
aid, "is good competition.''
The Olympic Stadium will
have a seating capacity of
more than 11,000.
Vatican Charges
Israeli Dynamited
ol Ikrifl

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"Let the people know the truth am! the country i,gafe** Abraham Lincoln.
rWTBNTY-SKVKNTH YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1052
FIVE CENT!
Village
VATICAN CITY. Feb. 15 (UP)
Vatican authorities charged
Israeli military authorities yes-
terday with having destroyed
the Catholic village of Ikrlt,
near Nazareth, on Christmas
Davy, 1051.'
The charge was made by the
acred congregation of the Ori-
ental Church, which accused
the Israelis of having dynamit-
ed the village after evacuating
the population to Rameh.
The congregation's announce-
ment said the Catholic popula-
tion was ordered to evacuate
the village three years ago with
promises they would be allow*
ed to return "In a few days"
but were kept at Rameh over
three years.
The congregation said villag-
ers appealed to the high court
of Israel to be allowed to re-
turn to their homes and that
tribunal upheld the villagers'
rights, but that the military
authorities refused to let them
return.
On Christmas day, the mili-
tary authorities dynamited the
enure village, destroying -all
homes, and even a Catholic
Church and school, the charge
said, "with the excuse that the
team was close to the frontier
aha therefore a military ob-
jective."
ii
Beef 'Burgers Free
In Chicago To Quash
Horsemeat Scandal
CHICAGO, Feb. 15 (UP)"Pure
beef" chopped meat sandwiches
were given away free today by
a chain of seven dairy bars
campaigning to restore public
confidence in hamburgers, which
was shattered by the horsemeat
scandal.
Restaurateur Chris Carson
sr.ld he was giving away an esti-
mated 100,000 sandwiches to
fhow the people there's really
nothing as good as a hamburger."
ilemburgers have suffered a
Treasury Accused Of Fast Play
To Stifle Tax Scandal Probe
(NEA Telephoto)
TRAGEDY AT NIGHT Firemen battle the flaming wreckage of a National Airlines DC-6,
which crashed in Elizabeth, N. J., killing 32 persons. The plane. Miami-bound from Newark
Airport, hit a 60-iamlly apartment building lr
months.
the third major crash in Elizabeth within two

' (NEA Telephoto)
PLANE MISSED ORPHANAGE The crumpled wreckage of the DC-6 lies In the street in
front of the Janet Memorial Home, an orphanage. In the right rear background behind
the trees, is the apartment building the plane hit. It then careened Into the field In front
of the orphanage and parts bounced into the street.
CAA Tells Airlines To Shift
Prop Control On Big Planes
WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 (UP)
Top House tax Investigators
accused Treasury Secretary
John W. Snyder and his aides
yesterday of trying to "stifle"
their Inquiry into nationwide
ax scandals and cover up mis-
conduct of former high officials.
Simultaneously, President
Truman asked Congress to give
subpoena powers to Newbold
Morris, his new "cleanup" man.
He indicated Morris will look
outside as well as inside govern-
ment for evidence of corruption
and wrongdoing.
Snyder and his aides were
targets of scorching blasts by
chairman Cecil R. King (D-Cal.)
of the House Ways and Means
subcommittee digging into tax
irregularities and Rep. Robert
W. Kean (N. J.), top-ranking
subcommittee Republican.
Both now are in San Fran-
cisco holding hearings. Their
statements were issued through
their offices here.
King charged bluntly that
the minute the subcommittee
left town, "certain top Treas-
ury officials" sought Grand
Jury action in Brooklyn
against former New York tax
officials "for the parpse of
stifling the Investigation of
this subcommittee."
He said "clear evidence" of
this caused him to order his
group's New York files removed
to Washington In order to "safe-
guard vital evidence."
King made It plain the files
will remain under guard by the
House sergeant-at-arms until
the dispute is cleared up.
"U. 8. attorney Frank Parker
in New York has said seizure
of the files has "Impeded" a
Grand Jury Investigation of
New York tax misdeeds.
Kean accused "high Treasury
officials" of trying to "prevent
further disclosure of miscon-
duct by former high officials of
the Bureau of Internal Revenue
from reaching the public."
Naming Snyder, Treasury un-
dersecretary Edward H. Foley
and general counsel Thomas J.
Lynch, he said:
These conspirators, meeting
in private, attempted to de-
vise means of hiding evidence
and sealing the lips of wit-
nesses through the secrecy of
Grand Jury proceedings."
He added that the Subcommit-
tee staff, aided by Internal Re-
venue agents, "have developed
evidence of serious evils."
There was no immediate com-
ment from Snyder or other
Treasury officials.
A spokesman referred a re-
porter to Snyder's statement
Wednesday that Information
developed by tax agents during
the past six months in New
York had been submitted in New
Justice Department for "such
action as It saw fit to take."
The President told his weekly
news conference taht he has tucky Introduced legislation In
lag in popularity hereabouts ing.,tne cause of last Monday's
National Airlines DC-6 crash.
Investigators reported that the
right inboard engine's propeller
blades were fourfd in reverse
WASHINGTON. Feb. 15 (UP)from contact with the runway,
The Civil Aeronautics Admlnis-before the cockpit lever used for
tratlon today fixed a deadline of reversing unloc s.
midnight Monday for airlines to But there have been a few in-
complete the newly-ordered safe- stances where the propellers
ty modification on the DC-6 and
Convalr planes.
Changes are required only on
planes equipped with Hamilton
Standard propellers, and will In-
volve rewiring electrical circuits
used to reverse the pitch of the
propeller blades.
A CAA spokesman said that
the "precautionary measure"
should not interrupt air service.
.He said the step was taken ow-
ing to the "preliminary findings"
at Elizabeth, New Jersey, where
accident Investigators are seek-
atece the first of the year when
Minllllon dollar market In
dUfuised horsemeat was unco-
vered in Illinois.
Several restaurants- and meat
plants in the Chicago area have
been shut down while Inspectors
Marched for horsemeat sold 11-
1 .tally as hamburger or sausage.
Carson said he forgot that Ro-
Sltch position, and the right out-
sard propeller had been feath-
ered.
Reverse pitch Is used only on
the ground to act as a brake
during the landing roll or to
back up the plane.
Feathering is the process of
man Catholics cant eat meat on turning the propeller blades' thin
Friday, but promised, however,
that he would keep his doors
open after midnight "Just as
long as there are still people to
be served."
Five Queens To Be
Featured Tonight At
Union Cbb Dance
Five queens will grace the
Union Club tonight with their
royal" presence when Club Los
Corsarios stages a dance* in their
edge into the alrstream so they
will offer as little drag as possi-
ble if the engine has to be cut,
There are safeguards which
are supposed to prevent the pro-
pellers from reversing while in
flight.
The landing gear is supposed
to be lowered and to have pres-
sure on It, such as that coming
SURVIVOR Nancy Taylor,
stewardess on the airliner
says she escaped because ah*
was in the jump seat next to
a rear door.
licky I, Union Club queen;
fails* I. El Panama Hotel
queen; Jeanette I, Colon Cen-
mary Carnival Queen, and
One. I. Club Atlas queen are
ashed u led to attend with their
courts.
Kusic by Angelo Jaspe's or-
eatra. a floor show and door
fata, which will include a free
fed trip to Miami, will be
Blast Injures 2
In Jinxed British
Class'A'tabs
PORTSMOUTH, England, Feb.
15 (UP) An explosion that
rocked the engine room ol one
of Britain's Jinxed class "A"
submarines injured sveeral men
last night.
The explosion Inside the 1,-
820-ton "Alderney" occurred
Sydney Daily "Telegraph predict j ywterday while the ship was on
ed today that the British Com-' engine trials off Portsmouth.
monwealth's first atomic explo- _,
She limped toward the Ports-
mouth harbor under her own
British May Try
1st Atom Blast
In Australia
SYDNEY. Feb 15 (UP) The
Che Miami plane trip was
Xffred by Judith Herrera, man-
of the Balboa Expresa Australia,
ttawel agency.
Admission to the dance win
Crusade For Freedom
t Our Dent Notional
Defense.
sion will be touched off in the
near future on the Central
Australian rocket range.
The paper said the first test one man received shock and
probably would be a small bomb burns and several others re-
sultable for use as .an atomic celved minor burns In the ex-
warhead for guided missiles or ] plosion,
rockets.
hr.. 3 reversed without a con-
sole effort on the part of the
pilot.
Airline officials believed that
these oases may be explained by
a short circuit in the electrical
wiring system.
Airlines and CAA sources said
that the wiring for reversing will
be run through a separate con-
duit to eliminate a shorting pos-
sibility under the new modifica-
tion order.
>
US Businessmen
Can Gel Visas
For Moscow Fair
. WASHINGTON, Feb. 15 (UP)
State Department ofiiclals
have dismissed the forthcom-
ing Moscow Trade Fair as a
propaganda stunt which will
serve no worthwhile purpose,
but they said today that no
United States businessman who
receives an invitation will be
denied a passport on that ac-
count.
They added that any Amer-
ican businessman who seeks a
passport to attend the Moscow
Fair will probably get a brief-
ing from the State Department
on the obvious purposes of the
trade conference.
According to Informed sour-
ces, the attitude of the De-
partment is that the confer-
ence Is planned chiefly to
launch a propaganda drive
aimed at beating down the bar-
riers against the flow of strategic
materials and products to the
Soviet Union.
They added that the Soviets
probably also hope to weaken
the ties among free nations by
holding out rosy promises of
mutually profitable trade be-
tween Russia and the Indivi-
dual Western nations.
Some officials believe Invitees
power Naval offlclals said that; Jrom Latin America might be
fins iriQr. Fooolnafl V**u*lr J ._ _^w* *"">* mnr
the objects of particular So-
viet attention.
There is no authoritative ln-
i believe that! The Alderney is the sister ship tST^fM^\J WenU^
assembly of of the Affray which sank under. ."" ^P Amerlcan econo-
most parts for the
the first British A-bomb have
already been shipped secretly to
Affray which sank under
mysterious circumstances in the
English' channel but year. The
mists and businessmen invited,
is understood however.
Australia's second Canberra
Jet bomber, which has been
specifically ordered to help in
guided missile research ana for
testing new equipment at the'
Austral1' n rocket range, Is due
to '
entire "A" class was beached that citizens of Brazil, Chile. Oo-
for several months afterwards.' "* QuatfpaJa and Argentina
among other countries have
BALBOA TIDES
Faturdar Feb. If
...------high row
leave Britain for Australia :5 a. an. U:M a. i
Monday,
7:1. ,.
been asked.
Listed on the sponsoring
committee of the Moscow Fair
are Guillermo del Pedregal,
Chilenn indu nalist. and Ja-
cinto Torras, economist from
1:11 a, m. C>** ...
ordered all Government agen-
cies to give Morris "any infor-
mation and assistance he may
require."
He said this win give the new
special assistant to the attor-
ney general power to require
testimony from any government
employe, but will not empower
him to quiz outsiders.
Hence, he said, he is asking
Congress to give Morris power
to subpoena witnesses and docu-
ments from outside the Govern-
ment because In many govern-
ment because in many cases of
"Influence" the most essential
evidence is not in government
hands.
He added acidly, in response
to questions, that he wanted
enough power for the former
New York city council presi-
dent so that correspondents
ho have been accusing him
of planning a whitewash in-
vestigation will be answered
thoroughly.
Mr. Truman's request for the
subpoena authority received a
mixed reception in Congress.
House speaker Sam Rayburn
said it should be granted, and
chairman Emanuel Cellar (D-
N.Y.) of the House Judiciary
Committee said he will call
Morris to testify next week on
how the power* would be used.
He hoped the request would be
approved.
Acting Senate Deocratlc lead'-
er Earle C. Clements of Kn-
.....
the Senate to grant the request-
ed authority.
Republicans were more cau-
tious.
Rep. Kenneth B. Keating N.Y.), a member of the House
Judiciary committee, said there
is danger such powers might
be "abused" and he wants to
know "a great deal more about
it." He "added that Morris an-
nounced earlier he did not want'
subpoena powers.
Appeal Withdrawn,
Drunk Driving
Sentence Stands
On a plea of guilty Mrs. Kath-
erlne Lucille Kraemer was fined
$100 and given a 30-day suspend-
ed sentence for drunk driving In
the U. 8. District Court at Ancon
this morning.
This upheld the Judgment of
the Balboa Magistrate's Court
that found the defendant guilty
Jan. M.
Mrs. Kraemer appealed tho
sentence and today withdrew her
appeal when she pleaded guilty.
The 43-year-old American wan
charged with drunk driving oil
Bruja Road between Cocoll and
the Miraflores Bridge on Jan. ill
when her car collided with an-
other traveling in the opposite
direction. No serious injuries re-
sultad.
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