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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Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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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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All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01418

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PANAMA, R. P.. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1951
PITE CENTS
Eisenhower Pulls Political Miracle
Coroza
To Be
I Area
Turned
Over To Canal?
An official decision on the
Sroblem of additional land for
>wnaite development on the Pa-
cific Side for the Panama Canal
Company's quarters construc-
tion program is expected within
a few days, it was announced to-
day at Balboa Heights.
The two Army members of the
three representatives from the
Office of the Secretary of the
week. Although It was announc-
ed that various sites for town-
site development were consider-
ed, no announcement was made
on definite sites nor the conclu-
slos reached.
It is understood that the re-
commendations of Beasley's
group will be submitted to top
Army officials in Washington for
review and final decision in the
Army have returned to Washing- matter wll be made by Secretary
ton to file a report and the re-
commendation of the group
while Peter Beasley, who headed
the group as consultant to the
Secretary of the Army, plans to
remain on the Isthmus for an-
other week before returning.
The group's recommendations,
lor obvious reasons, are being
kept secret pending a final deci-
sion at Washington level but in-
formed sources told The Pana-
Amerlcan today that the
US Banker Says
Panama's Economy
'Near Chaotic'
NEW YORK, March IB 'UP)
Panama's economic condition
was described as "near chaotic"
today by a prominent U. 8.
banker addressing a meeting of
the Export Managers Club here.
E. M. Andel of the Bankers
Trust Co. said that Central
American countries generally
continue to enjoy sound econ-
omic conditions, due mainly
to coffee and fruit exports.
The only exception, he said,
Is Panama.
However, he pointed out that
since the American dollar la
It's 'Not Proper9
To Comment On
CZ TuitionsDavis
ma -
military area chosen as the most
likely for transfer to the canal
is Carocal. ,.
The sources said they couia
not tat* "posintively" that Co-
roaal was the only area to be re-
commended but they added:
'You an bet that that Will
be the strongest reebmirienfla-
tlon."
Armv members of the com-
mittee were Jo. B. F. Cardwell.
Executive Officer of the Re-
quirements Division of Army's G4
and Col. Jess A. Radnor, of the
Latin American Branch of OS.
A serlea of conferences was
held by the group from Wash-
ington with both Army and Ca-
nal officials during the past
US Army Chaplain
Killed In Korea
WITH 40TH U. S. DIVI8ION,
KOREA, March 19 (UP)
Chaplain Robert M. Crane was
killed by a Communist artillery
hell today only minutes after
conducting services for 40th
Division front line troops.
The Red shell hit and ex-
floded in the road beside his
rep as ha was about to de-
Eurt from the services. He was
Hied instantly and his jeep
driver waa seriously injured.
The chaplain had been In
Korea since Sept. 1, 1950 and
was a dally visitor to front
line bunkers and foxholes.
of the Army Frank Pace. Jr.
859 WB Employes
Gel Increases In
Carib Command
A new wage schedule grant-
ing increases of approximately
nine and ono-quarter cents per The Army is conservative
hour so some 859 wage-board and and it is believed it will
employes, has been received by never let the Reda take over,"
all components of the Carib-'the bank official said,
bean Command.
The increases became effec-i By contrast several other La>
Uve on March lfl and range | tin American markets ware
from -aeren cents per hour, for a* bright apota in the
have to be started by U. S. cltl-
i*n and Panamanians here be-
fore the Inter-American Schools
Service could even consider of-
tles.
Guatemala's principal prob-
lem is political, the banker said,
although "the situation eased
somewhat" with the recent
agreement between workera and tertnTaaaUtanee
the United Fruit Company"
there.
He added that business con-
fidence in Ouatemala would be
restored if the government
should "swing back to center."
Roy Tasco Davis, director of. ,
the Inter-American Schools Ser-1 D*vis represents provides small
vice said today that he did "not ?rnU- Mslst* the transpor-
ted it was proper" to comment nation expenses for teachers,
on the high tuition charged by ant* Jn ""e cases- coye Part
Canal Zone schools to non-em- oJ*elr sa*7- k
ployes of the Panama Canal. When asked what the average
Davis, a former U. 8. Min- i tuition is in these schools, Mar-
lster to Panama, has been Stay- vln "id tneV r*n irom 00
ing at El Panama for two|! *M a year.
days on a social visit en route lB *h Canal Zone the low-
Washington. I ,n,tlon > P 3M
The former Minister to Pana-
ma, Coata Rica and Ouatemala,
who is leaving for Washington
tonight said that it was "very
difficult" to make any comment
on the American school setup
here In the Canal Zone.
Coln Trial Of
GIs Postponed;
One Reported III
With regard to any .jasstet-
anee that his organization could
offer In setting up an American-
;end" SeSLSSKT Panamr^'^St^heie
there are no exchange dlffkul- were no more funds aVtUtWei..
and that such a school would
He explained that the private
organization he represents is
prepared to assist a e h o o 1 s
[throughout Latin America that
are already operating and that
are run by United States cltt-
wege boara-H*ae 1 to, ig.eeaU
an hour for Grade* 38.
Approximately 521 Army em-
ployes, 275 Navy employes and
62 Air Force employes in the
Panama area will be affected by
the new wage schedule, a
spokesman for the
Command said.
Wage-board employes are
those who are employed in vari-
ous trades and drafts but are
not subject to the Civil Service
Classification Act, the spokes-
man explained.
This is the first wage adjust-
ment for Armed Forces employ-
es here since Jan. 7, 1951.
declining outlet* for U.
ducts abroad. ^^
Although a tight dollar situa-
tion has restricted purchasing
power in the general world
market, the outlook for colom-
Caribbean | bla, Chile and Peru was report-
ed favorable.
However, exporters should
watch Argentina closely be-
cause of "growing economic
strains," according to 3. J.
Kuback of the Public National
Bank and Trust, who reported
on Argentina and Brazil.
Central American
Nations Approve
New Cuban Regime
He said Brazil Is one of the
world's most promising areas
for expansion of U. 8. foreign
trade.
BALBOA TIDES
Thursday, March 2
TEGUCIGALPA, Honduras,! High Lew
March 19 (UP) The Honduras 10:07 a.m.............4:07 ajn
government said today that it 110:41 p.m............. 4:41 p.m!
had reached an agreement wltn,
El Salvador and the Guatemala
governments on the question of
Jointly recognizing the new Cu-
ban government headed by Gen-
eral Fulgencio Batista as of yes-
terday.
fte
e of the sol-
ill and un-
ROY TASCO DAVIS
. f don't feel It's prop**."
Cpl. Joseph
n F. smorey
Prock, all
ere engaged
sens and nato*,,, of t coun- ^^en'^naSe^^h^ht^g
rv,.r .r. nmmr u iMM< and resisting arrest in the City
iT'f.^/feJl l2\?f. ?* 1**11' postponed last nlftfit until Fri-
tioning throughout Latin Amer- Z. _,_,., -en "*
icaa and the Schools Serviagg$ repor
to appear.
le three me:
ft. Crow, Cpl. Jo!
and P~vt. Joseph
from Ft. Sherman
In fights Sunday night which
involved Coln policemen, Canal
Zone policemen and Panaman-
ians.
They are to be tried In the
Night Court of Coln.
One of the soldiers reported-
ly was clubbed by Coln police-
men when he sought to evade
arrest by taking refuge in the
Cristbal YMCA.
A rumor that the city of Co-
ln was off-limits to U.S. ser-
vicemen today was denied by
both Army authorities and Co-
ln Police headquarters.
Eisenmann Hurls
Charge At Cabinet,
Says 'Deal' Obvious
Brandon Eisenmann, whose
unsuccessful efforts to start op-
eration of a clgaret factory in
Panam has indirectly landed
two protesting newsmen in Jail,
charged today that "it was ob-
vious that there was an agree-
ment" to block the establish-
ment of a cigaret factory here.
Eisenmann hurled the charge
following a cabinet decision to
draft a new contract to replace
one that President Alcibiades
Arosemena and his cabinet ruled
yesterday was not valid.
The new contract, according
to recommendations made by the
cabinet, should stipulate that the
blend of American-type clgarets
Eisenmann plans to manufac-
ture should contain at least 50
per cent of native tobacco.
Elaenmann said that would be
impossible because at present all
the tobacco grown here is of the
dark-leaf type.
The cabinet also recommend-
ed that under no condition should
the tariff on Imported clgarets
be increased to protect the new
factory.
Write-ins Push
Stassen Close
In Minnesota
MINNEAPOLIS, March 19 (UP) Gen. Dwight D.
Eisenhower, whose name did not even appear on the bal-
lot, swept to an "incredible" second place position today
in Minnesota's primary election, on an unprecedented
waye of "write-in" rotes.
It seemed assured that Harold E. Stassen eventually
would be the winner, but Gen. Eisenhower was menacing-
ly close to him.
It was the greatest "write-in" rote in the History of
Minnesota almost double the wildest estimates of
volunteer "Eisenhower for President" supporters, who had
hoped for 50,000 write-in votes at the most.
* i.
Returns from 1,907 of Mlnneso-jhower's popularity than hla
tas 3,789 precincts gave Stassen1 showing in the New Hampshire
91,825 votes to Elsenhower's 88,-1 primary.
The contract originally signed
by Eisenmann and President Ar-
osemena was invalidated later by
the President's cabinet on the
grounds that it failed to meet
ceraittlaeU6niuiatiaa.
BURGLARS TOO GREEDY
Rejection of the contract caus-
ed the opposition pre to act up
a hue and cry.
Two newsmen, Ramn B. Rey-
es and Ramn Jurado, of the op-
position press were JaUed on a
charge of disrespect to the Pres-
ident when they accused Presi-
dent Arosemena of accepting a
$25.000 bribe to Invalidate the
contract.
olficiafHwh
On RAF Men
Freed By Reds
BERLIN, March 19 (UP)
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (UP) A British spokesman said to-
Not satisfied with $40 taken from day that the Air Ministry had
a Juke box and shuffleboard ma-banned newsmen from inter-
chine at a drive-in restaurant|vlewing or taking photographs
here, burglars also1 carted loff'of the three Royal Air Force
$1.50 from a March of Dimes col- men release* by the Soviets
lection box and three cases of [last night after almost four
beer. weeks of detention.
812.
While It appeared that in the
Siasaen
final tally Slaaaen, ex-governor
of Minnesota, and her "faver-
Ite son" candidate, would win,
Eisenhower was mM vn have
pulled a politic! miracle.
The significance of this lay in
, the tact.th*Aeye*y single-vote for
the general was written in by
hand.
Some observers said It waa
more of a testimonial to Elsen-
Mrs. Rooseveli
Quiets Protesting
Indian Students
In the Democratic primary
Senator Hubert H. Humphrev, a
"stand-In" for President Tru-
man, rolled to easy victory. With
1.653 precincts in. he had 72,805
votes.
There were 12,401 write-in
votes for Senator Kates Ketauv-
Mr. Truman had 2,006 write
lo votes.
Most t>1 the missing preelneta
were In Isolated rural locations,
where Staaten's stceagth ap-
peared to He. Meat of Eisen-
hower's strength waa coming
from the cities.
It appeared that the final tab-
ulation would give Stassen a safa
lead for the state's Republican
Convention delegates.
Elsenhower's supporters, who
worked feverishly for five daya
after witnessing the outcome of
ALLAHABAD. India. March 19 the New Hampshire race, went
(UP) A crowd of 8,000 studenUi Wi!d with Jov at results of thelf
demonstrated for one hour here l drive for write-in votes.
last night before the gatea of
"Anand Bhawan," residence ofi in Paris, Elsenhower declined
Prime Minister Nehru, protest- immediate comment on hit
lng a last minute cancellation' strong showing In the Minnesota
Mambo, Polka, Schottische,
Waltz Said 'Mortal Sins'
NEW YORK, March 19 (UP).-
The Bogota newspaper "El Tiem-
po" published on its front page
recently the lenten pastora, let-
ter of the Bishop of Santa Ro-
tas de Osos in which he declar-
ed certain dances were "mortal
aim,.'
Among the dances were the
mambo. schottische, waltz and
the polka.
The Bishop also attacked
liberalism along with protestant-
ism.
Actor Sues For
$28,000 Worth
Of Lost Jokes
LONDON, March 1 (UP)
A London court will be placed
in a ticklish position next fall.
It will have to decide the worth
ef a Joke.
It all started when actor
Charley Forsythe lost his house
in a fire..
The blaze also consumed his
gigantic file of jokes.
Forsythe says a short circuit
canses] the fire and he is suing
the electrical firm that wired
the house.
He placed a value of S2S,Cee
en the Jokes. But the court will
have to decide whether they
are worth snere or less.
For instance, the judges
must estimate the coat ef a
belly laugh, or a plain guffaw,
or little chuckle and ef
course, a smile.
Potential Jurors
As They Beg Off
Appear Frightened
Willie Sutton Trial
NEW YORK, March 19 (UP) pectlve Jurors called before
Bank robber Willie Sutton went,county judge Peter T. Farrell to
The March 8 edlUon of the
paper which arrived today in
New York reproduced a partial
text of the pastoral letter of
Monsignor Miguel Angel Bulle,,.
and commented that he "hadll'p ly Aold Schuster, 24-year-
reached all degrees of partisan olt! Brooklyn pants salesman.
on trial yesterday under one of
the tightest guards In the city's
history, but selection of a jury
was hampered because many
veniremen apparently feared the
fate of the man who put the fin-
ger on him.
Slippery Willie, nicknamed
"The Actor" was arrested on a
decide
Kling.
the fate of Sutton and
They said they did not want report to him if anyone tries to
the "notoriety" serving on the i "contact you" during the night.
Sutton Jury would bring. There were only 28 persons In _
One man said it would make spectators' seats about one-1 gain, but Invited students to the
by university authorities of a
scheduled address to the univer-
sity Students Union by Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt.
Hundreds of armed police were
called to disperse the crowds, but
they refused to budge.
Mrs. Roosevelt, who was watch-
ing the demonstration from her
room, finally went to the gates
and pacified the students, thus
averting what might have de-
veloped into an ugly situation.
Mrs. Vijayalkhml Pandit. Neh-
ru's sister and former Indian
ambassador to Washington, said
she believed the demonstration
waa the outcome of a "misun-
derstanding" between her (Mrs.
Pandit) and student leaders.
Authorities decided to cancel
Mrs. Roosevelt's appearance, she
his pregnant wife "very nervous"
if he were put on the jury.
One. a hanker named Wallace
H. Fellows, begged off by say-
ing: "I don't think you'll want When court was adjourned at
me; I'm a bank manager." 4 p.m. no Jurors had been chos-
He was excused. en. [trolled outside the courthouse.
None who asked to be excused; Three were held over until to- inside were 17 more, plus 25
None who asked to be excused'day. subject to peremptory chai- detectives. 15 court attendant*
primary, but he was believed to
be keeping a close watch on the
returns.
A general on Eisenhower's
staff at NATO headquarters
there sent out these instruc-
tions: "Keep shoving those
bulletins down to me as fast as
they come."
Elsenhower left his suburban
home early this morning and
drove through a drizzling rain to
h 1 s headquarters, where he
brushed aside all reouests for
comment on the primary vote.
Truce Talkers
Agree, Disagree
PANMUNJOM. Korea, March 19
(UP) UN and Communist ne-
gotiators on the Korean truce
ground rules were in virtual
sixth of the courtroom capacity | prime Minister's residence, where
when the trial started, and they Mrs. Roosevelt promised to add-
were admitted by special pass. reSs them.
I This failed to satisfy the agreement today on the last of
One hundred policemen pa-1 students, who then staged a pro-!their secondary problemsports
test demonstration. iof entry.
Mrs. Roosevelt later went to, They were fast eliminating side
the university, where she had issues that would leave them
fury and wanted to put an end
to society's diversions."
The pastoral letter based its
charge against the dances on
a decree of Cardinal Guevara
of Lima, in which the "mambo"
is prohibited and priests are
ordered to refuse to grant ab-
solution to those who dance It.
Bulles' pastoral ended with a
series of recom mendations
among which was that the
faithful pray to the Virgin for
I mercy and protection "against
I the attacks of anti-Catholic
sects, especially Communism.
Freemasonry; protestantism and
liberalism."
Israelites Cross
Egypt Truce Line
CAIRO. March 19 (UP) An!
armed force of Israelites violated
the nice line In the Egyptian-!
Schuster was murdered on a
Brooklyn street several weeks
later.
The Queens County courthouse
where Sutton and his pal. Tho-
mas Kling, were called to trial,
bristled with guards and detec-
tives.
Witnesses were barred from
the courtroom, and even the
Judge had to have a special pass
to enter.
Sutton and Kling, both wear-
ing pencil-line moustaches and
pin-stripe suits, were charged
with the $83,942 robbery of the
Sunnyside branch of the Manu-
facturers Trust Co., on March 9,
1950.
The arrest of Kling and an-
other alleged Sutton henchman,
John De Ven uta, followed the
seizure of Sutton.
De Venuta was granted a sep-
arate trial because he offered to
turn witness for the state.
Schuster was murdered March
after receiving several threats
held Oaza area at ^mHmi^^J^a^Jt^athT^
anort thC neWSPaPer ^PSiSfSST b- *""
anram today. rear hgs Jpread throughout
They said the Egyptian author-the Schuster neighborhood, and
lties protested to the United Na- no one has been willing to talk
tions truce team, which sent about the case.
their representative to investi-| That aame fear apparently had
g*te spread to many of the 250 pros-
stated flatly that he feared re-jlenge. Eight were excused. ^d 15 officers of the depart- ,been conferred with a degree ofjwith only the major deadlocked
nrisal. hut a number hinted at it The iudsre asked veniremen to -,t of ^nrr^-tinr, Doctor of Laws, and addrssed a question of Russia's nomination
prlsal, but a number hinted at it.
Another Fingerman Dies
In Dynamited Automobile
NEW HAVEN, Conn.. March 19
(UP) Three weeks ago Homer
Wright, 42-year-old Negro paint-
er, picked Leroy Reddlck out of
a police lineup as a suspected
hold-up man.
Today, Wright and his wife,
Ophelia, 41, were blown to bits
by a "booby trap" dynamite
charge placed In their automo-
bile.
Revenge was believed the mo-
tive in what police chief Howara
O. Young described as "the most
brutal thing I've ever seen."
The entire police department
waa put on the trail of Reddtck
The judge asked veniremen to ment 0f correction.
The guard was ordered because'
Willie twice has escaped from
state prisons, and on a third es-
cape attempt was caught with
his escape tunnel nearly com-
pleted.
He already Is under sentence of
105 years lor his escape attempts,
front of the couple's home as the The counts against each are
Wrights were about to drive away first degree robbery, first degree
In their pickup truck. I grand larceny, first degree as-
The blast destroyed the vehl- sault and third degree burglary,
cle, hurled the Wrights to in- If convicted, Sutton faces life
stant death, and shattered win- imprisonment as an habitual of-
dows throughout the neighbor- fender.
hood. 1 As the trial got under way, po-
Inslde county (all, located Just Uce were no closer to solving the
across the street, two prisoners Schuster murder than they were
were thrown to the floor but!tne nignt he was shot down by
were unharmed. Power and com- four bullets
munlcatlon lines were broken.
_.,, .. I William Brinckerhoff Brown,
Police issued an immediate 61.ye.0id cravedinrer. was un-
general alarm for Reddlck ." 3 aTT.., f0r endlnif a death
put on the trail or Hetwet. They, said that on Feb. 27. a threat to SchusterFrt 22 Police
28. who has been at liberty un*r bandit tried to rob Mrs. Albert ^ .^S/Sd JK
$5,000 bond since he was arrest- Smith, proprietor of a shoe shine s*^ h *PPt^actual ahootlnaf
ed Feb. 28. Reddlcks trial was parlor, of a $4,000 diamond ring} d0 wlth the actual n00tln8-
to start in city court Friday, and!and money. !h< r.
Wright was a principal witness* Her screams attracted Wright.
against him. He routed the gunman by hit- the note as a friendly warn-
It was reported that an at-1 ting him with a bottle of tur- lng. and not as a threat against
tempt bad been made last night pentine and dumping a can of Schuster's life,
to bribe Wright not to testify at. paint on him. Brown was arraigned before
the trial. It was not learned by The next day Wright ldenti-,U 8. commissioner Edward Fav
whom the bribe was offered. fled Reddick as the would-be and ordered held In $15.000 ball
Th explosion occurred In robber for Federal grand jury action.
Doctor of Laws, and addr-ssed a
student gathering.
Etudents gave her a thunder-
ous ovation.
Fresh Bomb Blasts
Rock Tunis Port
SOUSE, Tunisia, March 19
(UP iThe port of Sousse was
as a "neutral nation" inspector.
After a 33-minute session. Col.
Andrew J. Klnney walked out of
the tent to report "it aopears we
are in agreement on the better
part of the ports question."
Meanwhile, staff officers in
the next tent reported "no pro-
gress" in attempts to clarify op-
peainc views on the prisoner of
war deadlock.
Alas deadlocked were discus-
sions about restrictions on the
rocked today with new expo-Rehabilitation of airfields dur-
slons, as authorities told of four )n(, tne armistice and the quea-
bomb outrages throughout the ^jon 0( voluntary repatriation,
city, but first reports said that As matters stood today, both
no casualties were regls'ered. Isides were asking questions but
A high explosive bomb ahat- not as yet getting any an-
tered the show windows ol a.swers.
large downtown drugstore after '
midnight today damacing the
store and nearby buildings. || *T*U
Early this morning a home- 111 I nc
made bomb was placed on thelwi w ^_rt._______
window ledge of a boys school IN. I I riOUnC.
kitchen and blasted the win-,
100 Years Ago
dows.
An explosion, followed short-
Brown told authorities he sent I ly afterwards by another shat-
tering roar, came from another
bomb thrown from the ram-
parts of the college.
Almost an hour later a fourth,
blast was heard near the college. 1
Authorities said that no ca-
sualties had been reported. I
"The Panama Railroad is now
apea to a point on the river
nearly forty asiles a*>ave Cha-
gras, ad the mail ships will all
arrive at Navv Bar hereafter.
This will be la smooth water
and passengers will thus avo+d
the danger and expense ef
landlnc in small boats at Cha-
gras."






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Curtain Going; Up.': Clifford Odets' '"Golden Boy" mi the
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Moat reviewers hailed the firecracker dialog; and the playing of
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al, "Three Wishes for Jamie." one of the week's new Broadway
oifermis. Philly playgoers welcomed it and its star Ann Jeffreys
with a s:;o.000 gross... Another challenger en route to the Main
Arna is "The Long Watch," reported having rough going. Co-
author M. Ryskind wants his name removed from the billing,
which is the sort of criticism Gloria Swanson recently used on |
a play she regretted starring in... This is how grim the play-
spason's been: Of more than 40 shows (1/3 revivals) a doren
survived.
In the Wings: First-nighters were discussing the columnar
mention that drama critic George Jean Nathan, now 70. looked
healthier than most of his aisle-colleagues... "He'll live another
70 years.'' chuckled Merv Griffin, "with all the sleep he gets!"...
It happened on Kal Ross' disc-Jockey show at the Copa* the
other night... A starlet was asked: "Is there much promiscuity
in Hollywood?"... Not understanding the query, she replied:
"Well, you have to be talented!"
. The Cinemagicians: "DeadlineU. S. A." has H. Bogart play-
ing a high-voltage editor in his familiar electric style. It is a
newspaper drama with realistic atmosphereand first-rate
entertainment too... "Border Treasure," according to the major-
ity of critics, offers more kernels than nuggets. Prairie-piffle..
"The Marrying Kind" goes several rounds in the battle between
Art., m and Eve. Judy Holliday and Aldo Ray are the ha-halarious
opponents... "The Belle of New York" presents Fred Astaire'a
fancy footwork to make you forget a yarn that ia old enough to
dance the minuet... "Love Ia Better Than Ever" tars Elizabeth
Taylor in a pretty good spoof-and-smooch story. It Isn't, however,
as (rood as Li/, is pretty... "Boots Malone" la a racetrack fable.
A f :.od bet. .. "Aladdin and His Lamp" is an inept Arabian
nightmare.
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The Airlstocrats: Marion Anderson's thrilling tones made
'Meet the Masters"' a memorable experience... Godfrey's Sham-
rock show rated orchids. A darlin'.,. If you're missing any
whodunit cliches, you'll find them all In "Treasury Men In Ac-
tion". .. "Television Opera Theater" has a nifty idea: "Titles are
flashed on the screen explaining the story during the arias...
"The Big Show" continues to land like the Marines, with Tallulah
Winning all the ribbons... Adele Jergens gives "Pantomime
Quiz" its shelectriclty... "Half Pint Party" on CBS has the small
fry Berles and Bings making it an attractive program... Tafking-
ton's "Monsieur Beaucaire" ton Pulitzer Playhouse" was an all-
Eround dandy. Slick scripting... "Danger" generally attracts
tingles with Its suspense dramas. But the latest offering was
strictly Boo Meets Blah.
Movie Memos: "Five Fingers," the Zanuck show, was based
on the life of the spy Cicero, as you know. His real name is
blasya Bum. Cicero is now a renowned baritone giving concerts
all incr Europe and Asia. But the film doesn't mention that.. .
Churchill's pet picture, ihey say, is "Lady Hamilton," which stars
the Oliviers. Saw it ten times... The revivals of the ten year old
"March of Time" film (at the Embassy) are all exciting. Wel-
come home... "On Dangerous Grounds," now playing around
town, has two of the prettiest new faces seen on the screen in a
long time. The exciting blondes are named Nita Talbot and Cleo
Moore The thing that npaet Helen Hayes most (when she saw
"My Son John," her first film in 17 years) was that her own
son, Jamie (photographed for one of the scenes), landed on the
catting room floor... "The Continental" (who makes love to
lonely ladies en teevy screens) played a priest in "The Light
Touch" and "Stromboli."
Stairway to the Stars: Eddie Dowling succeeds George Abbott
as m.c. on the U. 8. Royal Showcase when Abbott's 13 weeks
are up... Kaye Bollard and Pat Coleman are collabbing on a
musical comedy... Robert Mackinotsh, who is doing the frocks
for Josh Logan's new musical. "Wish You Were Here." Is a kid
of only 25... Billy Eckstine's next Paramount engagement here
with his own show) will net him $20.000 a week. His 4th re-
turn booking... Despite the critical shoves "Candida" attracted
in the tryout towns (with Olivia De Havillandi. the revival is
expected to click when it arrives here next month... Nina V-
rela, featured in "Viva Zapata" and now a foil at the Palace for
Olsen St Johnson, was once an opera star and toured Europe for 8
years... For two years Helen Colbert, a young Negro soprano, has
been knocking on doors In vain. Mme. Freschl. an authority, has
been raving about her beautiful voice but no offers. The
deluge came the other day. Bids from "Porgy and Bess" and
Four Saints." And. before Helen could make up her mind, came
phone call for a Met audition.
The Press-Box: Former Collector of Internal Revenue James
P. Finnegan "Linked To R. F. C." screamed a headline. The rest
ot us just remained chained to our taxes... A Federal judge ruled
that indicted Reds may leave the jurisdiction before trial. Ap |
parently. His Honor believes that the 7 Communist leaders, who
tied after convictions, weren't given enough of a head start...
TB V. S. restricted Soviet Embassy employes to Washington, D.
C... Bill Oat is of the AP still is restricted to a Commy jailal-
though Tasa -has the run of gov't bureau .. Headline: "Staasen
Supporters Still Hopeful"... The Stassen Stripes Forever.
. The Intelligentsia: A Satevcpost contributor Is credited with
one of this column's most quoted and cribbed cracks: "A real
friend Is one who walks in when the rest of the world walks out."
The Sateveposter spoils It this way: "A friend Is one who walks In
when all the others walk out".. Phijip Wylie x-rays doctors in
Redbook and shows what ails the medical profession... Look's
gallery of top photos published in the last 15 years is an eye-
catcher. .. Time admitted it had three Inaccuracies in one item.
Now they know how It feels when staffers get careless... Collier's
next eyebrow-raiser Is titled: "Man Will Conquer Space Soon!"'
Beginning on page 22 (of the March 22nd Issue i It Is not science-
fiction, but cold, realistic fact... Quick's cover offers the prettiest
map of Ireland: A color photo of Maureen O'Hara... O "Honey!
Typewriter Ribbons: H. E. Reeee: The baby stretched out her
little legs and offered me a bouquet of toes .. Adele Moore:
There are a lot of people who never forget a kind deedif they
tftd it... Life (on IGuardia I: A man not everyone liked, bat
Whom' millions did... Somerset Maugham: A woman may be as
Wicked as she likes, but if she isn't pretty. It won't do her much
gexvi Katharine Hepburn: It Is plain women who know about
are-
One of the sure things In this
unsure world is that President
Truman will not get the $7.900.-
000.000 he asks for foreign aid.
Congress has cut the Presi-
dent's foreign aid requests every
year, and it is a foregone con-
clusion the same response will
follow this time.-
Indeed, even if Mr. Truman
had fared better than he has
on this issue In the past, there
are reasons why this year his
chances of getting the full bill
allowed would be pretty slim.
Obviously in an election
year Congress will be re-
luctant to spend any more
money than it has to. An
economy shoioing is always
good campaign fodder. But
since the pressures against
really severe cuts in the do-
mestic program are conti-
nuous and powerful, the axe
usually falls in the foreign
department. French or
British citizens cannot pen-
alize an American senator
at the polls.
Secondly, there is among
American lawmakers, as among
many people in Western Europe
Europe and elsewhere, a great-
lv lessened fear of the Sciet
Union In 1952 as compared with
the years just behind us.
The element of urgency In
tthe arms aid program has di-
minished, and nothing Mr. Tru-
man can say is likely to restore
it.
The Russians themselves
could revive it at a stroke.
But they have been laying
loir. Since they egged on
the North Koreans io attack
In 950. they have indulged
In no further overt moves.
There U anything new in
their assistance to the Red
rebels in Indo-China and
Malaya, and they have not
begun an assault on the hat-
ed Tito in Yugoslavia.
' 'EDNESDAY. MARCH 1, 18
^wiy WSJflNGTON
MERRY-GO-ROUND





Cuban Graft
By Peter tdson
POLITICAL HISTORY REPEATS
Politics has now reached exactly the same stage as during
the tall end of the Hoover administration when Democrats were
so determined to upset long years of Republican rule that al-
most everything Hoover did was voted down.
Even Judge John J. Parker, one of the finest Judges ever
to sit on the U.S. Court of Appeals, was defeated for confirma-
tion to the Supreme Court, by a coalition of Democrats and
anti-Hoover Republicans.
Today. Truman, rounding out twenty long years of Demo-
cratic rule, has proposed several excellent reforms and orne
good appointees, among them putting tax collection under Civil
Service and the appointment of Newbold Morris as corruption
clean-up man.
However. Republican bitterness is so Intense ftnd so raany
'hat there has been only one reasonably honest o,d Spanish families to send meir sons to Cuba I ta^a 0^ffi^ rX* ri,.nVaVedCk*"
administration in Cuba in the 60 years of its in- to make their fortunes in graft. After that they I ,ng days of tne Hoover administration are being duplicated,
dependence. retired to Spain.
That one honest administration was Cuba's
first. It ran 'from 1902 to lflW.undw.JEslrada Craft has been the expected and the accepted
WASHINGTON, (NEAi.Gen. Fulgencio Batis- for all Cuba's political crookedness. They ay
ia spoke a mouthful when, after seizing power that the American political ward heelers who
iii Cuba for the second time, he said, "It has came to Cuba after the Spanish-American war
been impossible to suffer -any longer a govern
ment of thievery and crimes."
Best American estimates of the situation are
I aught the Cubans all the dirty tricks of poli-
tical graft.
But long before that, it was the custom for
i'alma, Just after Gen. LeonardJtJ*ooc( <
asjTJ. S. military governor. J
The general'indictment of Cuba's pott
in Spanish, wasf?'bobo
lor a crook was.''listo
the fool. The name
the smart one. There
rjptness Includes the previous administrations was no stigma to it. The more wealth a man
of General Batista. had, the higher his social standing.
He was the strong man, the dictator, the Each succeeding Cuban administration has
maker of presidents i rom 1934 to 1840. He was reen reported worse than its predecessors. They
president himself from 1940 to 1944. probably reached their peak, however, in the
There are two schools of thought about Gen- days of President Grau San Martin. 1944 to 1948.
eral Batista today. When he first seized power, Ills administration was charged with stealing
he was an Army sergeant, with a sergeant's pay. some $174 million.
When he left the presidency and retired to Day-
lona Beach. Fla., he is supposed to have had a The case was never proved, however, because
fortune of seven to eight million dollars. part of the evidence was stolen from the court
One theory today is that his money is about house. A fire in the ministry of finance de-
all gone and be seized power to recoup his for- stroyed more. The case is still in court.
tune. As Cuba's wealth has been Increasing stead-
The other theory is that he still has enough fly. the chances for graft have Increased. In
noney to be Independent and he could really Oeneral Batista's original hay days, the Cuban
i ve Cuba an honest government if he want- government budget was about $80 million a year.
id to. Which course he follows, he will himself In Dr. Grau's administration It was $200 million.
-how. In the last few years, under President Prio So-
Some Cubans like to blame the United States carras It was $300 million.
The beautiful women are too busy being fascinating.
In the meantime, the West's
relative gains in strength, plus
a downward revaluation of So-
viet war potentnlities. have
further cemented the motion in
Western thinking that war Is
not really so close as was earlier
thought.
Inevitably this has made
strong impacf on congressional
minds. But there Is still an-
other factor. .
A substantial group in Con-
gress always has wished to
place aid to the West on a per-
formance basis.
In other words, we would pay
out in accord with the degree
of Europe's progress in rearm-
ing itself, setting its economic
house In order, and developing
projects for political and eco-
nomic unity.
This view has never ac-
tually prevailed, but it is
now more widely held than
ever. Many lawmakers are
distressed at what they
consider the faltering steps
taken toward adoption of
the Schuman coal-steel
unity plan and the six-na-
tion European army. They
are also distressed over the
failure to put meat on the
skeleton ol the Council of
Europe, the organization
symbolic of wider federa-
tion among the- Western
powers.
Put together disappointment
erws ^TcnnTn^fear "ff "the" WASHINGTON. There Is good reason to be- absolutely determined to run a Southern can-
Soviet Union and the need for :eve l,hat ?l<,ent Truman, as he ponders his aldate If Truman runs. And they have already
an economy demonstration in ,ateful decls,on unoer th 1"lorlda sun" no* n:cked on Gov. Alan Shivers, of Texas, as second
S!___ =mLJ, ; anstrat'on in turning over in his mind a rather astonishing choice.
riirvs_tf nf^^ dS: Snlvers w>d opposition in Alabama,
o weleh ,ln UwmifrTteH. l ^ tne. nollon oi a Democratic ticket North Carolina and Tennessee, since Alabama's
to weigh upon lawmakers minds, headed by Adlal Stevenson, who is the Presi- Pen. Lister Hill and John Sparicman North
Reductions in foreien aid are JeBt's f"vorite ior flrst Ptace if he doe t** n Carolina"s Gov. W. Kerr Scott, and Tennessee's
certain But let them nni no tnln,m8eIi' *nd hei'e the element of surprise Sen. Estes Kefauver are accounted sure to stay
the point wherethe, amount 'nters ~* W!th Sen Rlchard Russe11" of Georgia' reRU,ar-
to fc^hardv rtek-tiwn 3-second place. Even in these states Shiver would give the
This idea is not really so astonishing as it regulars a run for their money, however, and
appears at first blush. he is accounted strong enough to take at least
It becomes less astonishing when one begins eight or nine Southern states In all.
to understand Russell's real motive In formally Thus Truman is confronted with the near
entering the Presidential race, and his relation- certainty, if he runs, of his party being broken
chip with both Truman and Stevenson. anain as it was in I860 In the Douglas-Brecken-
Russell has been represented as being deter- ridge split, which put the Republicans in power
mined to bolt the Democratic party and head for more than a generation. Truman Is a De-
i'P a splinter Southern party unless the South mocrat to his fingertips also, and this prospect
ias its way at the Democratic convention. must surely give him pause.
Actually, Sen. Russell, who Is both an able The idea of a Stevenson-Russell ticket as a
man and a Democrat to his fingertips, finds the way out ot this danger to Truman's party may
thought of breaking up the old Democratic si3m strange. But actually, Stevenson, despite
coalition, and splitting his party perhaps per- the fact that he is a Northerner and a propo-
rnanently and tataliv. entirely abhorrent. nent of civil rights legislation, is by no means
Gov. James F. Byrnes, of South Carolina, and unpopular with the Southern leaders.
8en. Harry Flood Byrd, of Virginia, have both He is an old lriend of Gov. Byrnes, and he is
labored long and hard to persuade Russell to actually a cousin of Sen. Russell. Moreover, he
promise to run on a splinter ticket if Truman has strong feelings about both states' rights
H renomlnated. Russell has steadfastly refus- and government economy, and these views are
JrJMW PIARSON
Drew Pearson says: Defense officials plan attack on
journalist critics; Will charge violation of Espionage
Act; GOP opposition to Truman recalls Hoover days.
WASHINGTONCertain Defense Department officials and
Sen. McCarran's subversive committee are planning a new move
against newspapermen who have criticised them.
They plan to drag out the Espionage Act and claim that the
publication of certain stories was harmful to the United States
and violated the 1917 Espionage Act.
This act is so broad and so loosely worded that such con-
scientious newspapers as the New York Times could eaeily vie-
late it on an average of twice a week.
For Instance, the United Press reported March 1 that the
Air Force was equipping Jet fighter-bombers to deliver small
atom bombs against Russia, further reported where the Jet
squadrons were based at Langley, Va., and Sandia, New Mexico:
also named the plane as the Thunderjet, told how they would
be fueled in the air and how bases later would be set up In
Western Europe or North Africa.
The UP dispatch was published in the New York Times
March 1, and next day the Associated Press carried a similar
story.
While the dispatch did not violate the voluntary code of
censorship practiced in the recent war, the Espionage Act is so
broad that it could be easily be considered a violation today.
Again, on March 7, the AP carried a story from Korea that
U.S. helicopters and destroyers had picked up 22 U.N. pilots down-
ed in January around the besieged port of Wonsan.
Undoubtedly this dispatch was cleared by censors in Korea.
If not, under the elastic Espionage Act, it might have been a
violation on the ground that ft gave information to the enemy
by which they could come back after a raid and shoot our pilots
in the water.
However, members of Senator McCarran's committee who
seek to turn the Espionage Act against their press critics might
'also examine section 793 IF containing an interesting provision
which could be used against Pentagon offlclals-especially Gen.
Robert Grow, author of the dynamite-laden diary advocating
war, which fell Into Russian hands.
Section 793 (Fi states that "whoever, being" entrusted with
or having lawful possession or control of any document, writ-
ing,..note or information relating to the national defense, thru
gross negligence permits same to be removed from its proper
place... or to be lost, stolen, abstracted... shall be fined not more
than $10,000 or t Imprisoned for not more than ten years
or both."
Gen. Grow, who permitted his diary to be stolen and photo-
stated, has lost the United States millions In propaganda all
over the world. So far no punishment has been given him
It will be interesting to see whether the Espionage Act is
a two-way street or Is only to be used against the press.
Paradoxically. Truman's proposal of putting tax collectors
under Civil Service was first proposed by Herbert Hoover's
own committee on government efficiency, in his more recent
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out thing in Cuba. ."In* name tor au honest man.! days as ex-President. Now its chief enemies are the Republicans.
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Two Horse Parlay
By Joseph and Stewart Afsop

The Russian threat may be
smaller today, but it has not
ended, and there is no reason
to believe it will for many years.
Whether we approve all that
Western Europe does or not, we
would be hard put to find an
equivalent of manpower, skills
and resources to throw into the
balance agai/ist the Commun-
ists.
The day of American self-
sufficiency are gone.
We need friends In this world,
even friends who may often an
noy usas we do them.
And they had better not be
Newbold Morris, the clean-up man, happens to bi one of the
highest-type Republicans in New York.
Grandson of a signer of the Declaration of Independence,
Lewis Morris, he is also the grandnephew of one of the main
authors of the Constitution, Oouveneur Morris: while a great-
grandfather, Ambrose Kingsland, was mayor of New York in
1851.
Newbold's father-in-law Is also one of the most noted Re-
publican judges in the nation, Judge Learned Hand.
Therefore, on his wife's side, his mother's side, and hie
father's side, Morris has been about as Republican as Alexander
Hamilton.
Furthermore, as president of the New York municipal coun-
cil, he showed himself the type who would expose a member of
his own familyIf guilty of corruption.
Despite this, Senator Mundt of South Dakota and Senator
McCarthy of Wisconsin have tried to make Morris appear a
friend of subversives and pro-Communist.
PREDICTIONIf Morris is once given subpoena power, he
will be so tough that he'll make both the Truman Administra-
tion and certain members of Congress wish he hadn't been ap-
pointed.
TAXES AND POLITICS
Not even his colleagues have known how vigorously Senator
George of Georgia pulled backstage wires to keep tax collectors
under politics.
At first the American Bar Association's tax committee vo-
ted for Truman's tax reorganization plan.
Then William T. Southerland, Atlanta tax lawyer and close
friend of George's made a hasty trip to the American Bar Asso-
ciation in Chicago. Simultaneously, another friend of Senator
George, tax attorney Ellsworth Alvord, also began pulling wires
with the Bar Association; so In the end, it reversed Itself and
voted against taking tax collectors out of politics.
Meanwhile, Senator George and Senator McClellan of Ar-
kansas have quietly Introduced a new tax reorganization bill.
This adopts many of Truman's tax reforms except for one
all-important difference. Instead of putting the 84 tax collec-
tors under civil service, the George-McClellan bill would add
another 35 collectors who also would get their jobs through po-
litical pull.
NOTESenator George, as chairman of the powerful Sen-
ate Finance Committee, can Just about veto any Internal Reven-
ue appointment. He doesn't want to lose that power.
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welcome in the South.
Those Southern leaders who. like Russell him-
self, do not really want to break up their party,
realize that the convention can hardly wholly
repudiate the 1948 civil rights plank.
But. they say, if Truman himself does not run
.
Actually. Russell's Presidential candidacy is
intended primarily as a sort of friendly wani-
ng to President Truman. The word "friendly '
Is used advisedly.
Russell has never been the typical Right-WIng
Southern politician. On the contrary he has again, and if "the South is given representation
supported many New and Fah Deal measures, In second place on the ticket, the South will
and he Is not and never has been a dyed-ln- ulay regular, civil rights and all.
the-wool Truman-hater. Moreover, as a matter of practical politics.
On the other hand, Truman is known to be here would be much to be said for a Steven-
grateful to Russell lor his able handling of the son-Russell ticket. Sen. Robert A. Taft is known
HacArthur Inquiry, and Russell's name is always to oppose compulsory fair employment legisla-
nentioned with respect and even admiration in tion, and Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower is believ-
Vhite House circles. cl to oppose it. Thus the Northern racial vote
Yet Russell, in announcing for the Presidency, would have nowhere else to go but to Steven-
wished to warn Truman that he will split his son.
uarty wide open if he runs again. And this Moreover. Russell's presence on the ticket
demonstrably true. vould reinsure the South absolutely against a
The pressure on Russell himself to lead a epubllcan Invasion by a ticket headed by Taft.
-plinter ticket will of course be very heavy in- tt.d probably even by a ticket headed by Eiaen-
deed If Truman is lenominated. If Russell does newer.
change his mind, and agrees to head a South- Of course certain rather obvious questions
ein party, most Southern leaders believe that need to be answered: for example, how could a
he will take every Southern state right around Presidential and Vice-Presidential nominee, dis-
horn Virginia to Texas without a break. metrically opposed on a basic issue like civil
Yet even if Russell stays regular, according rights, work in harness? Even so. a 8teven*on-
(o his present inclination, the Democratic party Russell ticket remains an Interesting outside bet
will be broken in two all the same. For Byrnes 1 >t the coming camoalgn.
and Byrd and the other Southern leaders are (Cevyrlght, 152, New York -erais Tribune incj
"Remember now. It' not talk about the nut and bolt
btwiniw tonight! Did you ever finish that art book I gavo
.. _-.,., you for Christmas?" -."


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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19, 1952
THE rANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
MOR
pacific Society
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& 17, &tL~ VU &(L. 3S2I
Mrs. Lula Worsley
Dies In N. Carolina
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DIPLOMATIC CORPS GIVES
VAREWELL COCKTAIL PARTY
The members of the Honorable Diplomatic Corp ac-
credited to Panama and their wives gave an Informal cock-
tail party yesterday it the Union Clua in farewell to the
Minister of France to Panama and Mrs. Guy Menant.
Minister and Mrs. Menant will sail tomorrow aooard the
"Vespucci" for then- new post In Paris, France. Tney win je
accompanied by their dauchter, Mrs. 8lmone Menant ae
Ranlin. and her children.
Word has been received on the
isthmus of the death of Mrs. Lu-
la B. Worsley on March 18 In
Rocky Mount, North Carolina.
Mrs. Worsley la survived by 11
28 grandchildren and
"Stork Club"
Welcomes' New Member
Lt. and Mrs. John W. Her-, MTa
. man of Fort Kobbe announce the children -
arrival of a baby daughte-, 14 great-grandchildren.
Christina Ann Herman on 8un-i Four of her children reside In
day, March 18. at-Qorgas Hqspl-Balboa, Mrs. Ann De LaMater,!
tal. The baby weighed 8 pounds, Mrs. A.T. Schmidt, Mrs. Jack W.
3 ounces Clarke and R.C. Wortley_____
sultant to the Surgeon General'
Office, r
Rebecca Ann Cense
Christened Sunday
The infant daughter of Dr.
and Mrs. Mark T. Cenac of Pe-
dro Miguel was christened Re-
becca Ann at
and is on the National Labor Re-
lations Mediation Board.
Elks Installation Dance Is April 5
The Benevolent and protective
Minister Ana Mrs. Menant
Entertained At Luncheon
The Minister of France to Pa-
nama and Mrs. Guy Menant Mr. and Mrs. Fegarty
,, ...._ !... ..n, ami. at ninnrr -ouiiubji, miicii in m uw omitu a nanCP Aoril 0 at men iiuiiic j>i
Commander And Mrs. Halloran
To Leave March 27
their home.
home.
Mr. And Mrs Yost
Commander Edward Roosevelt Have House Gnest
Halloran. USN and Mrs. Hallo- Mr. and Ma. Stanley F Yost
rah. accompanied by their of Balboa Heights have as their |Women
daughter, Mrs. "Julie" Halloran house guest Mrs. 1
XIIC OC1ICTU1CII U > w^ _
ucwi mm a ceremony held order of Elks In Balboa 111old
Sunday, March 16 in the Sacred'a dance April 5 at their home in
Uaqfl r*V,na\l In Inonp Pat Vi*r' *..il___ t ..i.k..llft r\4 fVi
LIB. JU1III XI. VAVlimw. i
Following the christening Dr. Hamadan Grotto Tournament
and Mrs. Cenac entertained To End Thursday
with a buffet supper at their
Malone, will sail on the USSimon. former Isthmian resident
General Goethalg March 27 for and now of Martha's Vineyard.
Ne York en route to a new as- Mass. .,.-,.
slgnment in Chicago. 111. Mrs. Damon arrived vesterday
Commander Halloran has,aboard the S.S. Santa Cecilia
completed a three-year tour of from South America, where she
duty here as the Fifteenth Na-
Auxlliary
Da- To Meet Tonight
vail 'District public information
off leer, v
President Of Pen Women
Honored At Luncheon
Mrs. Dorothy Betts Marvin of
Washington, D.C.. ho was a
brief visitor to the Isthmus, was
honored vesterday at a luncheon
given by the Canal Zone Branch.
National League of American
Penwomen, at the Albrook Offi-
cers Club. Mrs. Ellen Eckberg
was chairman for the luncheon.
Mrs. Marvin Is prealdent of the
National League of American
Pen Women and is concluding a
tour of the 160 chapters of the
organization. She left early this
morning by plane for Washlng-
t0n' D _____ Dr. And Mrs. Revilla
Dr. Schaffer Is Visitor Here Have Baby Daughter
Dr Alexander J. Schaffer of Dr. and Mrs. Antonio Qonza-
Baltlmore, Marvland arrived to-1 les Revilla announce the birth
of a baby daughter at the San
Fernando Clinic on Friday, Mar.
H
has been visiting her son-in-law
and daughter. Mr. and Mrs.
James H. Price, of Chuqulcana-
ta. Chile, for the past several
months.
Mrs. Boyd And Daughter
Return Here
Mrs. Berta A. Boyd accompa-
nied bv her daughter, Mrs. Fran-
cisco Berrocal, returned to the
Isthmus Stmdav from a visit in
San Juan. Puerto Rico.
The Women's Auxiliary of the
Gamboa Union Church will hold
a meeting tonight at 7:30. A mu-
sical, program ill follow the
business meeting.
All women, especially those
ho are new In the community,
are extended a cordial invitation
to attend.
Mrs. Rothwell Joins Husband
Mrs. Arthur Rothwell of Pan-
ama left by plane for New York
vesterdav morning to )oln Mr.
Rothwell for a vacation In the
United States.
day to observe the medical train-
ing program on the Canal Zone.
Dr. Schaffer Is a civilian con-

I / lew ana oLovely
^rf SILK
-^sfitsaV'4 and
H^P.'.iL> COTTON
J La DRESSES
W % \ Sport
/ j and k Dressy Styles
1
From ?.*4
V
LA CREACIN
67 Central Avenue
PANAMA
The canasta tournament spon-
sored by the Hamadan Grotto at
the Win Memorial Building 111
have Its final round of play to-
morrow evening.
Nodlida Odnoposoff
At USO-JWB Tonight
Miss Nodlida Ondnoposoff. Ar- '
gentine pianist, will give a spe-
cial concert tonight at the USO-
JWB Armed Forces Service Cen-
ter, starting at 8 p.m.
Miss Odnoposoff. who Is en
route to Lima, Peru. Is the sister
of the two Odnoposoffs. one a.-
cellist, the other a violinist, who'Ru seor-Granados wdDK
have appeared at the USO-JWB de la Vida Breve-De Falla.
In the past-.
FINDS DOG FOOD OK
MEMPHIS. Tenn. (UP) Dday,
food makes dandy hash for hus-
bands who don't know what the
are eating, says a Memphis
housewife. She let her husband
eat dog food by mistake several
years ago. Since then, she says,
he has demanded that she keep
"plenty of that good hash" on
hand.
Mrs. Maude Charles of Balboa
still maintains the lead over oth-
er contestants ki the tourna-
ment.
the bridge
Monday
Bridge Tournament
Winners Announced
The winners of
tournament played
evening in the Card. Room of the
Hotel Tlvoli were: 1st, Mr. and
Mrs. Fred Brady; 2nd. Mrs. L.
D. Boney and Mrs. J. E. Davis;
3rd. Mr. 8. M. Ives and Mr. R.
A. Pfelffer; 4th, three-way tie
between Mrs. M. MacMurray
and Mr. O. Malsbury; Mrs.
Wood and Mrs: C. Barber; Mr.
A. Hansen and Mr. G. Sanchez.
Know The Canal Zone"
Group To Meet
The "Know The Canal Zone"
group of the Canal Zone College
Club will make a conducted tor;
through the Summit Gardens to-
morrow afternoon.
Members are asked to meet In
front of the Balboa Elementary
School at 3 p.m., or Immediately
thereafter.
Tower Club Holds Meeting
The Tower Club of the Cathe-
dral of St. Luke met on Monday
evening In the Bishop Morris
Hall for a box social. v
Those attending Included Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Fields, Jr.. Arch-
deacon John H. Townsend. Cap-
tain and Mrs. Harry Bach, Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Abernathy,
Colonel and Mrs. Virgil Shaw,
Mr. and.Mrs. Clarence Johnston.
Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Duns-
combe, Mr. and Mrs. J. Palmer
Smith. Mr. Edwin L. Luce. Cap-
tain and Mrs. John Brown. Mr.
and Mrs. Pat Donaldson. Com-
mander and Mrs, Ed Foote, Mr-
and Mrs. David Yrkes. Dean
and Mrs. R. T. Ferris. Colonel
and Mrs. Lawrence Peterson.
Mrs. Dorothy Cutting and Mrs
Ann Peterson.
Balboa Woman's Club
Bridge Group To Meet
boIwoS's ciuTwm Stfg: j the" Oeo ." WashmgtoVyniver-
morrow at 12:30 p.m. at the Jew- If* Hospital newspaper the
lsh Welfare Board Center In Bal-! Courier," and a well-known lee- j
boa turer and drama critic, extend-'
Prominent Visitor On Isthmus
The Right Rev. Monshrnor
John P. Bpland of Buffalo, N.Y.
Is a recent arrival on the Isth-
mus, where he Is the House guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Edward T.
Kirchmier of Pedro Miguel until
his departure Friday on the S.
S. Panama.
Monslgnor Boland Is the labor
priest for the State of New York
Good Food habits are "Good Health"
habits. Cream of Wheat is so generally used for
Baby's first solid food because of its easy digesti-
bility, a good "food habit" to start Baby on.
As your child grows and becomes more active
you will find those extra mineralsfood iron
and calciumwith which "5 Minute" Cream
of Wheat has been enriched, highly beneficial in
building up healthy bodies. Rich, in flavor, tool
fafJSS
Cream of Wheat
, orucious...
> ...NUTRITIOUS^
?5
naiiua
THREE HOUSES FOR
ONLY $20.00
in the Monumental Raffle
of the Panama Lions Club
Pro Colonias Infantiles
to be held March 23.
DON'T FAIL TO ET
YOUR TICKET TODAY
.Str-**"
MEMBERS OF THE CANAL ZONE CHAPTER of the National
League of American Pen Women greet their national presi-
dent, Mrs. Dorothy Betts Marvin upon her arrival from
Washington vesterday. 8hown left to right are Miss Mabel
Shaffar, Mrs. Cornelia Relmer, Mrs. Marvin, Mrs. Pat Morgan,
Mrs. Pat Markun and Mrs. Jeanne Beaudry.

TarantellaLiszt: Impromptu
Faure; Quejas o la Maja y *
Her program is as follows:
The price of admission Is ont
dollar. In keeping with the po-
SuTte In D Minor-Handel; W'.liey the ^m.*nic
variation in C Mlnor-Beetho-1personnel are Invited to attend at
ven; Rhapsody No. 2Brahms; no charge.
SCHOLL'S SERVICES
Panama -No 61 Justo Arosemena Ave.
Foot Treatments, Corns, Calloases, Ingrown Toe aua,
Aren Supports.- REDUCING Trutatosrta. Massages,
Slenderising Machines, T.ridab Batik Male rtMM
operators. For Information call: 3-2*17 Panama,
g12 a.m.; 2 p.m.
Pen Women's President
Visits Panama Chapter
The national president of the
National League of American
Pen Women. Mrs. Dorothy Betts
Marvin, believes in visiting every
one of her chapters.
Wiih this goal, she arrived In
Panama yesterday for a day's
whirlwind tour of the Canal
Zone chapter of Pen Women.
Mrs. Marvin, who Is editor of

home of Robert Todd Lincoln.
Before Mrs. Marvin left for
Washington early this morning,
she addressed the local chapter
of the organization and express-
ed her extreme satisfaction in
the work that the Canal Zone
chapter has accomplished during
the two years lt has been in ex-
istence.
Mrs. Marvin's husband Is the I
president of George Washington
I University.
Besides her Important position
Bingo At Legion Club omen to attend the Apr 5 to *
Bingo will be played tomorrow blenntum which will be held IB
evening In the American Legion Washington -!,.
Club at Fort Amador at 7:30 p.m. t During airs. Marvin s minis-
tration over 42 new chapters
buier anu at"1* v.wi.,-, cakiiu- ; nnaiucA nrr -j -rirnni pvoinuii
ed an Invitation to all local Pen with the Pen Women. Mrs. Mar- '
,__________ t. .ll.^Jtl,. tMllUn1..!. I* Hl.. n,.,U.., nf Ik.
MODERN WHEEL ALIGNING
AND BALANCING
With factory trained specialist
At attractive rales. Mo delay.
COLPAN MOTORS, INC
Telephone 2-1035
Members and their guests are
Invited to attend, and arrange-
ments have been made with bus
drivers to take players
to the club on request.
V. F. W. Bingo Tomorrow Night
Bingo will be played tomorrow
evening at 7:45 in the V.F.W.
Home on Curundu Road. Prizes
will be awarded the winners.
have come Into being, and she
personally has visited every one
of them, often travelling thoU-
dlrectly sands of miles. She has toured
Alaska and Hawaii where chap-
ters of the Pen Women exist.
It has been through her ef-
forts that the Pen Women
League now owns their own
home with its headquarters in
Washington. It was formerly the
vln is also president of the
Washington Women's Club.
WORCESTER, Mass. (UP> At
the height of a snowstorm, some-
one walked off 1th a radiator
in John W. Thompson's home.
73&2&&*3&4r/
Visif the Wonderful Apartment House
1st PRIZE OF LIONS CLUB RAFFLE
PLAYING MARCH 23, 1952
| It h located at Gerardo Ortega St., Cam-
po Alegre, near the El .Panama Hotel.
You can buy your lucky ticket there for
$20.00. OpenDav and Night.
Visit also the 2nd prize chalet at El Can-
grejo and the 3rd prize chalet at El Coco.
REMEMBER your housing problem i* ovar.
Don't misa the chanca to win 3 wonderful houses
for $20.00 on March 23.
NOTE: Tickets sold also at Ancon Inn, Pete's
Placo and C.Z. Pharmacy, and Marina,' Tel.
2-0740 up to 4 p.m. 2-2653 after 4:30 p.ro.


Beauty
it its best...
BY PROFESSIONALS
speciai $yg
WHY HAVE A HOME
PERMANENT ?
..with Inadequate facilities,
no certain finished look, and
no guaranteehen yoa can
have a professional one eom-
Sete for onlv t7.5! It uHU
it longer..ant look better>.
MONDAY thru THURSDAY
These can be had
BALBOA
PAUL J. KIENER
offers
Fresh Killed LAMB
Direct from AS0ER KIERULFS
(arm in LA VENTA
2-2959
aim* CMkheaM.
Early!
Make year
Appointment
BEALTY SHOP
Mrs. Bates Wleman. Mgr.
ften : m is :* m
Leg of Lamb...................oac. lb.
Loin of Lamb...................**. lb.
Rib Chops or for Crown Roast-----60c. lb.
Shoulder Chops or Roast.........bOc. lb.
Breast of Lamb.................Mc.
Lamb Stf w................... *Qc.
ALSO A NEW SHIPMENT OF
SNOW CROP FROZEN FOODS
Special for this Weak
FRENCH FRIED POTATOES.....2c. pkg.
Arriving for Friday 4 Saturday
Direct from Cerro Punta (Volcn) by
our on refrigerated truck
FRESH CRISP LETTUCE
ARTICHOKES AND OTHER VEGETABLES
PAUL'S MARKET
... the exaggerated ful-
ness of the looic-CKt
Moum. Inches bigger than you in thv
tleevet and waistbut fits like wall-
paper at the ihoulder and cuffi. A
wonderful foil for your iumiCMig**
skfeiaf
IVIfJUi ... the carelrec comfort
I '"^ you"h know wnh Mo-
de*). One* you sec how vervct-ioft,
bow imooth-ftuaig, how wonder-
fully safe Mode* isyou'll
use any other kind of napkin.
A wonderful housekeeper-
but she's
CARiUSS
about her,
floors"
#etytkW
XOtt EEfl
WF SELL mil FIRST QUALITY MERCHANDISE
If yon belong to the Armed Forces or if yon have a steady lob I
come to onr store and you may choose yoar an credit terms. |
EASY WASHERS
SPECIAL DISCOUNT FOR
FREE ENTRY
JOHNSONS
No matter how carefully you "koep house, if
floors ar* shabby you get no compliments! Its
ao easy to avoid this problem-when Johnson s
Pasta Wax give* linoleum, wood or terrario
tile floor* a shin* that lasts for months! Never
wtD or oily. Specially made for use tn th*
tropics. Sav*-:buy larger sues.
Floors N**d Cloosing?
JOHNSONS LIQUID WAX
clean* and polish** all at one*,
i Removes stubborn dirt, because
WAX J it contains a special dry clean-
ing ingredient. Orves a hard,
learning wax finish!
JOHNSON'S WAX
hU.tA.
WE HAVE THE LARGEST
ASSORTMENT OF BEAUTIFUL
LINOLEUM FROM PABCO.
.

(^kA^LMU!
SIMMONS SPRINGS & MATTRESSES
The Store Where Too Will line the Largest Assortment of Glass and Uf^e-aa.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN VN fNDEPEPPFNT DAILT NEWSPAPER
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1. 1951
Cargo and FreightShips and Planes-Arrivals and Departures
*w,iffiAlW
to bail rT'n'.ay
th(i oS vanam;
Thev arrived
the SS Ancon
A torn! ot 123 passengers
123 Passengers IDaniel McL. Nelson: Mrs. Cha;
Sailm* O.i f.MiM Ogllvy; Mr. and Mrs Arthur S
BtV'll Kurma assistant to Oldershaw and daughter; Ella
the ve iret.i.'.cut of tin-Panama Payne; Mr. and Mrs. George F.
Otna Civr-panv w the New York Peck; Thomas Penhab; Anne S.
oftue.auu Wi.H.nn M I loyd. Pitman; Harold C Poole; Mr
ftswht a.ct trs.::lc nwaoeer for and Mrs. A. J. Porter; Mr. and
the Parama Line a.e seiictated Mrs. Herbert Prentice,
Sv for New York on i Mr. and Mrs. Earl B Salmon;
Mrs. William Salmon; Mr. and
March 10 aboard Mrs. Irving Schiff; Mr and Mrs.
Jack Schonfeld: J. C. Scott; Mr.
are and Mrs. J. Homer Sherman;
BKthe'&wSrffi'eJE Mr. and Mrs. Henry MSnyder;
&?ce%n*r Hat Co,-k. and Mrs.JJ Tilber^Mr.
2r ar c ssa1 ate?*'*-* S 3
il h,.i it^r, r vivutis- Mr Wilhelm: Mr. and Mrs, Howard
SSg5!re.SSmAAS,fffew"*" E wyne*a,:
and Mrs. JH.& ASnlr. Mr. and Mary J.
Mrs. Tiieodor-. i Bc'iey: Mrs.
Juanita BarfUM and daughter;
Mr and Mrs. Lewis w. Barker;
Mr. and Mrs Ralph Bale*: Flo-
riai Beilkiewich: Mr. and Mrs
W E. Bii!e: Jo!:n P Roland;
Elmer W. Bradley; Mr. and Mrs
Edward B. Brown and >:
Celia C. Calhonr. John cam- ^ Internation a 1 Boy
palan: Dora J^olen-an. Robert g^ th(, Cana] Zonj, whQ
J Cwneclv: Mrs Dora A. Cox ded Caribbean Jam-
nd daughter: Lawrenrp Damn. ,____ ,___,__ ,. _,....,ij
MarvDpllin: Man-H Edcls; Mr.
and Mrs. Max Eisenstadt; Mr
and Mr*. Fred Elsiger: Mr. and
Mrs Albert Forst: M-. W. C.
E.
Zimmerman.
IBS Delegation
Returns; Welcome
Parade This PM
A parade to welcome the dele-,
l& yun> Vj>
JACOBY ON BRIDGE
BY OSWALD JACOBY
Written for NEA Service
NORTH (D) tl
AKQ74
? A 101
+ Q53
WEST EAST
AQ764 *A32
V J8 V 10 6 S 3
? QJ762 4X853
+ 82 + 94
SOUTH
AK 1085
f II
? 4
+ AKJ108 7
East-West vul.
North East 8onth Weit
IV Pass 2 + Pass
2N.T. Pass S + Pass
1 + Pass Pass Pass
Opening leadV J
Easter Sunrise
Service Planned
At Fort Davis
An Easter sunrise service will
be conducted at Fort Davis
under the joint sponsorship of
Army Chaplains and the At-
lantic Religious Workers Coun-
cil.
Civilian clergy and Army
chaplains will participate in
the program. The 60th Army
Band will furnish music for
the occasion.
Good Citizenship'
Rotary Club Topic
"Good Citizenship In a Demo-
cracy" will be discussed by Mrs
John Brown of the Cristobal
i Women's Club, addressing mem-
bers of the Cristobal-Colon Ro-
itary Club at their weekly lun-
; cheon meetin tomorrow at noon
at the Strangers Club.
II'KK
MARKFT TRENDS
SO! VOU NOT .THAT WS AUUMPY CAM/A *IZAL6
CAUSO. INPM9, FT* ALL TO PLASM*. W*V, AW,
PURLOIN60 FROM YOUR HOSPITAL SUPPLY SVSTBM...
AMO A ORE POINT WITH MB, ITBU. YOU.
boree in Jamaica, is scheduled
for 5:00 this evening at Silver Ci-
ty-
The delegation of ten scouts,
under the leadership of Atlantic
Franklin a-'d dan-nter: SMc District Commissioner Ro-
Teresr Gallagher: Mr ana meo MUler returned here last
Mrs. Jose Gamboa and two cm.-.nlRht after attentlms lhe jam-
dren; Morris H. Gold; Mae Got- boree he,d )n thp parl,.h of gt
don: Elizabeth L. P'inbv: Mr ;Andrew from March 5 to 17.
and Mr*, ^dward H Harms.!
Mrs D. E% Hnd-'son: *r. a-ul ^ were theTocumen
firs, Carl J Horn: Ft C alrport by
Johnson: Mr. and Mrs F>-cr and de]e7ats from lhe Atlantic
Kanz:Mr. and Mrs. Tester Kar- slde were drWen ba(.k l0 thelr
Mtz: Mr. and Mr. Ridnev A( homes b b
Kav aid i wo rhild'-e-: Mr. and _________
Too Much To Take
Mrs. Paul Kent: Al'i^a K'-'-IU:
Mr. and Mr*. Che't' H K'n?;
jr. md Mr-. Hal K-tr- An- NEW HAVEN. Conn. iUP> A
d-^"- S T.ip-vTia'- "a-r- O 50.000 dam?0 suit has been
Li"-' a;,: w"Ham M, Tier": Is- I lied in by William P. Scully, who
re' P. Inrw- rharR^s a motorist ran over him
Mr. and Mrs. Lo.T. Mar-ol'n: three times. Scully said an auto-
Mr. r-id Mrs. HH M,a.dOff" Mr. mobile backed over him. struck
and *>s. P->"iuel ^*"ler: Victor him agam as it went forward
D Miller: John J. Moore; Mrs. rnd then backed over him again.
in hjs hand, and then led the
nine of spades from dummy.
East fell for this elementary
stratagem. He thought that
Isouth was very short in spades.
Today's hand was played last that perhaps he now held the
September in Venice during the'blank king. So East scrambled to
European round rooin leamlput up the ace of spades, and
tournament. The English pair South no longer had to guess
got up to six clubs, by the bid-how to play the spades.
ding shown, when tney held me By the time the spade play was
North-South cards. In the other,made. East should have had a
room, the French pair bid only complete count on the South
five clubs. hand. It was clear that South
It is easy to see that South can, had started with exactly six
make six clubs if he guesses the!trumps and two hearts. Why had
right way to play the spades. Hc!not he discarded any diamonds
will make the slam if he leads to on the hearts? Obviously, South
the king of spades, in the hope had a singleton diamond, which
parents and friends that East has the ace. He will left room in his hand for four
lose the slam if he leads the jack spades.
of spades and lets it ride for a: Hence East should have known
finesse. that South still had two spades
When the hand was actually left. He should have ducked
played. South gave himself am when dummy led the nine of
THt ACCUKiW (LACK MARKET***, WHO
CONTROL TH* FUL OUR CRAFT'S BNdlNeS
RaqUIRft, ARE CHARGING SUCH B*ORtlTANT,.
PRICaS THAT r/V BEEN UNASLfc TO SAIL
UPRIVER WITHOUT LOIN6 rrtEcin.es and bis ntmrm
Beaten Path
BT MIRRfLL BtOBSn
R.LLEY OOP

Cave Are Okay
T ?. T. KAMI Of
' \M i III II.HTKH WMIVIC. Rt'l'WKEN
H,MlPt R.\D NORTH AND SOUTH PACIFIC COAST*
TO Kl'BOPK:
SS. Valogiiw .......................................... March t*
ro '<>! S.S. Trun .............................................. March 24
S.S Houtn ............................................... April 2
VHA' 4HWirA A WEST COAST USA
M.S. Wihinton............. ........................ March 2a
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MKNOM SHIP PROM NE VIHMC VO MOUTH Lt HAVRE:
Liberte ................................................ April 2
-WSENGER SERVIO freni CARTAGENA I* EUROPE:
Colomhle .............................................. April 4
extra chance by tricky discard-
ing. It was very simple, and it
shouldn't have worked, but it
did.
West opened the jack of
hearts, and dummy won with the
queen. South drew two rounds of
trumps, took the remaining top
hearts and ruffed a heart. Then
he got back to dummy with a
trump to cash dummy's last
heart.
South got two discards on
dummy's heartsnot enough to
do him any real good. He dis-
carded the eight and ten of
spades, keeping the five of spades
spades, thus allowing South to
guess. If you let your opponents
do their own guessing, they will'
sometimes do you the favor of
guessing wrong!
Don't Neglect Slipping
FALSE TEETH
Do false teeth drop, slip or wobble i
when you talk, eat. laugh or sneeze? j
Don't be annoyed and embarrassed by
such handicaps FASTEETH. an alkaline!
(non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your,
niales, keeps false teeth more firmly i
set. Gives confident feeling of security
and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, |
pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH
today at any drug store.
NEVER HAVE 11
SEEN RAIN LIKE
THIS! COULDN'T
WE FNND A CAVE
ORSOME-
'VxrV THINS? Jii
BOOTS AND HER BDDI
Sounds Tasty
BY EDGAR MARTIN
. rlMMi- IM "> H> "!.- lei l-i7f in
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WHIM H/EI.KKN Ptanateoi
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BT MICHAEL O'MALLEZ
NJOBOPV IN THAT
JNE-UP FIT* THE
SESCKIPTIOJ OF
THE WORTHMORE
BT AL VERMEER
DON'T SAVE YOUR MONEY
IN THERE, PRISCILLA1
THAT'S NOT OOD
VOU SHOULD KEEP
IT IN A REAL BANK
WHERE IT WILL
DRAW INTEREST/

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IN A WHILE IT
WILL DRAW
YOUR
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Cap. IIU HWh
OUR BOARDING UOI'SE
. with
MAJOR HOOPLE OUT OUR WAT
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WEDNESDAY. MARCH 19, 19
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILE NEWSPAPER
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REV. AND MRS. ABLES VISIT THE ISTHMUS
Re, nil Mrs. John C. Abies, who resided In CrlstobsJ
dutlnc World War I, when Rev. Abies was pastor of the
Cristobal Union Church, arrived on the Isthmus Saturday
aboard the HoMand-American Liner "Duliendyk."
Mrs. Abies had the honor ol pushing the button wl Ich
started the operations necessarv Tor the first ship to trai:slt
the Canal.
The couple resided In High Point. N.C. untll%their retire-
ment, and are now making their,home |n la 1 Eleeo, Cal.
They arrived from San Francisco en route to Europe for a
visit of six to ight months.
Dr. and Mrs. Jesse Byrd, who knew the Ahles when they
resided on the Isthmus, had the visitors as guests during
their stop over here.
James Roll were hostesses for the
luncheon, which was attended by
144 members
The following new members
were introduced: Mrs. Arthur
Burke. Mrs. Richard Clark. Mrt
1 Roy Embury, Mrs. Francisco R0-
Weather Postpones
Biggest-Ever
US Troop Airlift
SHAW FIELD, S. C, March
19 (UPi.-- The Air Force today
waltod for clearing weather be-
luie making a second attempt
drlguez, Mrs'. Raymond Ouyette' at the greatest air lift in
;and Mrs. Rafael Petlton.
Charity Ball Successful
The charity ball given by the
Knights of Columbus at the
Strangers Club Saturday was ve-
ry successful. Over 200 members
and friends attended
The door priie of a 400-day
clock was won by Mr David
Beere. A visiting couple from the
United Fruit Company's "Vera-
gua" won the spot dance prizes.
The woman received a toby Jug
and the man a green tie.
tended the matinee In the after-
noon.
RUTH MILLET! Says
"A wife's best friend Is her
husband," said Andre Maurols in
a ree.mt maaatne article.
Certainly that Is a goal for any
?irs. Marguerite Schommer;Crawford and Mrs. Albert Ar-
sang a number of Irish songs, |nold.
and the group joined In with het| Mrs. Fried and Bruce left to-
on some of the songs. Her selec-'day by plane to return to their
tlons Included "Danny Boy."|home In Minnesota.
"When Irish Eyes are Smiling.", --------
and "I Will Take You Home.'Rotary Announcement
Its
history.
A squally weather front mov-
ing across the southeast today
forced a 24-hour postponement
of the precedent-making. 1.100-
mile air transportation of some
9,000 combat equipped 31st
(Dixie) Divlson troops to Tem-
ple, Tex. ,
The scheduled 3 a.m. tate-
wiie to strive towardto make off of 20 Globemasters on the
Guests Included the honoree'sjher husband her best friend. initial llight of the largest i>ir
cousins. Tommy and Douglas Bll-1 perhaps the way to go about it movement of troops In Amer-
llson; and John and Yvonne :|S to assume from the beginning lean history was cance-l.vt iji-
Craig;- Kenneth, Sharon andRo-i rlage that he is her best til the same time tomorrow by
nald Cooper; Russell Weade, Jr. friend. *'lg- uen- ^"V v burrow.
Chuck Crawford. Pauline and u if he Is. sha needn't de- 18th Air Force advance orn-
Blllv Arnold and Harry Murray, icelve him In small things. The mnnder. and Mal. Gen. A. G.
The adults who attended were|wife who keeps things from her Paxton, 31st commander.
Miss Pearl Bishop, also from husband certainly must not re- /
gard him es her best friend The Joint Air FOTce-Arrny
If sue regards her husband as training- ni?nuever .Operato
her friend she will put herself on i Long Horn, for which the_31st
II. HOLLYWOOD
BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
HOLLYWOOD(NEAlExclU-1 Helen: "Zsa
slvely Yours: Ann Sheridan In a know where ]
This Is the End

Answer to Previous Pu*1*
Ml"' !! -

Zsa
had
wanted to
bought my
movie based on the blood-and- gown. Three days later she went
sand doings of the Texas girl, to the same placed
bullfighter, blonde Patricia Mc-
Cormlck? There's talk of her
playing a lady bull fighter. Aun
admitted, but It won't be the life
story o! Patricia. "I'd do It Just
to wear t1" gor^ous costumes," -
sighed Ann. ,ut they'll never They arrived In Western Union
get me close to one of those bulls. I uniforms and sang Happy
No, thank you."
It's Michael O'Shea and Peggy
Castle as the stars of 'Invasion,
U. S. A '....Red 8kelton's four!
writers grabbed the spotlight at'
Jimmy Durantes birthday party.;
M
0i
The money proiiem Is still
Birthday.
Ben Blue at the El Rancho Ve-'
Minneapolls; Mrs. A. B. Cooper.
Mrs. Russell Weade. Mrs. Porter
Kathleen.'
Mrs. McGinn Honored
by Sodality
The Sodality of Our Lady of
the Immaculate Conce p 11 o n
Church In Gatun met Monday In
the Parish Hall, with Father
Lynch as their spiritual director.
Followlne the meeting a party
was given In honor of Mrs. Tho-
mas McGinn On her birthday an-
niversary .
Mrs. Paul A. Kunkel was the
winner of the white elephant.
The members of the modality
wish to thank all who assisted in
any wav in making their recent
bake sale a success.
Arrivals from Indiana
Mr. Jack Pearson of Gatun re-
turned Sunday night by plane
from Falrmount, Indiana He
had been called to his home be-
cause of the death of his mother
Mrs. Celeste Welrauch return-
ed with her son-In-tew for an
extended visit with Mr. and Mrs.
Pearson.
The Cristobal Colon Rotary
Club will meet tomorrow at noon
at the Strangers Club for their
regular weekly mneeltg.
Mrs. John Brown of the Cris-
tobal Woman's Club will speak
to the group on "Good Citizen-
holding up "Fire Over Africa," as gas: "She a real wholesome
a .co-starring flicker for Lex girl- 8he'll wholesomethlng like
Barker and Arlene Dahl. They nve quarts,
rc-tuse to make the trip to Africa1 .,,,.. ,
until their salaries are deposited Jack Paar s wailing that movie
in a New York bank. heroes aren t as brave as they
It missed the headlines, but once were. "In his last movie,
John Barrymore. Jr. escaped se- Jack says, "I saw Errol Flynn
rious injury In a serious auto-1 flinch,
mobile accident in Montevideo, i .... ,7. ..
Uruguay. The car in which he, Jane Wyman and her Maureen
was a passenger was demolished, may be a new mama-daughter
Barrymore was one of several recording team for Decca. Mau-
stars on a South American good- r ten's taking singing lessons...
It s strictly wishful-thinking, but i
Dick and Mary Sale are cam-
paigning Anne Baxter as Lorelei
will tour.
Cole Porter wants Marilyn
d.eJin? worktop a Dlvlllon is being I ansported to Maxwell for her Broadway debut aniDlnah Shore as her gold-dig-
lnslead of working a_'""'"" ;""5 "'" 0i~0, .nrl nls n-t mil,i.i -r. ran glng sidekick as they write the
''alnst'hlm^What'he wiuTrom TexasTT. lrch Fort, i his next musical. "
gainst nun. wnai ne wn """ i ----- -
fife she will try to help him Hood, Tex
,.. ."The Life of Richard Wagner", creen-play for Fox's new movie
"If" weather permits the air-! in the Independent production1"}{"''
it in hom tnmnrmw nnd non.' hopper... William Dleterle will Blondes.
of "Gentlemen Prefer
aCiedVeshe will expect him to do .Vi ^M^^^Bffiic..
the same for her.
said Murrow. "the movement
will be completed on or befor?
March 24."
HE DESERVES TRUST AND
IovJ.TY
If he is her friend she will not, o|flcta,9
discuss his faults and shortcom-1 sajd ,hey expected he gtam
'"I? eVSe? friend she will'**JJJ. iHor^^move-
shlp "This is part of th..project trust him and give him no cau^e ^n^^tdr^ by a"
feature-length movie about the| Joe and Dorothy Pasternak.
VD problem; It will be released whose names recently hit the dl-
nationally following Its New York yorce roster, were acting as If.
they'd never heard of It at the!
Beverly Hills Tropics.. Tom Tul-j
ly on the star and character ac-
tor status In Hollywood:
"The character actors give
undertaken by the Federated
Women's Clubs to Instruct the
local residents on the voting re-
quirements of their States.
Visitors in Pedro Miguel
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nix of Qa-
tun crossed the Isthmus Satur-
day for an outing with the Paci-
fic Saddle Club, at their camp
site.
dren.
atlon Long Horn," will Involve
around 150.000 troops and will
emphasize Air Force-Army plan-
to distrust her.
If he Is her friend she wont
make the mistake of acting as
though men and women are na-
tural enemies, and that she m>ut iimiiiw nu cutv,_,MV ..._
outwit him to get the things sne | nmg and loglsllc support en-
wants. ,. compassing aerial supply, rail.
"A wife's best friend is her r,ctor and alr movement.
husband" Is a fact a great many
women don't seem to understand. A{ter tne Texas maneuvers.
If you doubt that, listen care- tne 31st DtVrSlon wln move to
A picnic was enjoyed, with Ifuny the next time the women i" idw quartern at CarrrJr'At-
aames and rides for the chll- vour tlub are discussing their terbury, Ind.
husbands. A lot. of the talk____________________________
won't sound as though the worn-
en are talking about friends.
You couldn't talk about friends
the way some women talk about
their husbands, and hope to keep
them for friends.
Cancel those rift stories about
Rhonda Fleming and Dr. Lew
Morrlll. They're stm headed for
, the altar.. .A 21-year-old beauty, ,
inamcd Diane Remarque is barring performances while the
-|?.rtnhBetrhoeundrdif ^^Vm'SASEr*" ^^
offices. She's the daughter of___________________________
famed novelist Erich Maria Re- ^^^
mar"ue fAMILY FAVORITE
HORIZONTAL
1 End of a
sentence
7 End of a spire
13 Reparation
14 Card game
15 Ends of thorny
bushes
16 Esteem
17 Cans
18 Saurel
20 Dress stone
21 Mineral rock
22 End of a ball
calf
23 Malaria fever
24 Tidlers
(prov.)
26 Decorates
27 Came in
29 Mouse genus
30 Before
31 Blackthorns,
34 Loud speaker
3C End of a
soldier's day
39 End of light
40 High priest
41 Upon (prefix)
42 Lateral part
43 Observed
44 Excesses of
solar over
lunar years
46 Scents
48 Captured
again
49 Cylindrical
50 Soaks
51 Planted
VERTICAL
1 Minister
2 Realm
3 Checked
4 Taverns
5 Poem
6 Meal ending*
7 Wild
8 Chilled
9 Scold
10 District In
Tanganyika
territory
11 Heart auricle
12 Shelves 28 Ends of
19Conta.ner advances ,
22 Goddess of 31 Guides
l0ve 32 Small flap
23 Shakespearean 33 Drug
forest 34 Sorry
25 Greek districts 35 Seethed
MTJ J*M iT It-.* Wllil!_
ran :r;*u i -'?"
37 Washed
llfhtly
39 Round metal
plates
42 End
43 Painful
45 Ontario hill
SSuSan SSSr" 36^=^1.^47^ (Scot.>
Birthday Barbecue Supper Party
Lt. Commander and Mrs. V.
A. Schweitzer entertained on the
lawn of their Coco Solo residence
Monday evening with a barbecue
supper party to honor their son.
Van, on his seventh birthday an-
niversary .
The ifuests Included the aon-
oree's brother. Byron, and sisters
Janet and Joan; Skipper
Barbara Bemis: BiUv and
Cristobal Star Club Meeting
The Cristobal Star Club will
meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at
the home of Mrs. William A.
Hadarlts, House 125-C Roosevelt
Ave. --
Mrs William Jefferles will be%wi R05e GrOUD
co-hostess for the evening. Willie IN JSC. VJiuup
answer the call
Founding of American Legion
To Be Celebrated
The 33rd anniversary of the
founding of the American Legion
will be observed by Elbert 3.
Wld Post and Unit 2 of Cristo-
bal Friday evening.
To Sponsor Dance
Ellen Anderson; Humes, tnyited to attend.
The White Rose Dancing Class
of Gamboa will hold a 'Hard
Time" Dance at the Gamboa au- ;
ditorlum on Friday.
Music will he furnished bv
Martin and his boys. Dancing
Dinner will be served at 7:00jbeglns at 8 p.m.
and:p.m. and all Legionnaires and
Sue i Auxiliary members are cordially

Debt* tfcrrlex flrreanVBonna
King. Richard Applequlst. Cllf- Rrasos Brook Saddle Club
ford Schmidt Carol and Stevle | plans Fair
Crider; Jlmmie Balay. Gary Roll. The Brazos Brook Saddle Club
Sandra Glffin and Barbara. Pa-jolans to repeat Its successful fair
trela and Carol Moore. this year. The parade will be
When the parents arrived for held Friday afternoon at 4:30
their children, thev were served and will be followed with square
Ice cream and birthday cake. dancing at the club building ut
The mothers assisted the hos- 8 p.m.
tess. The fair will be held Saturday.
There will be horse events and
nony rides for the children.
Price of admission will be $50 for
adults and $25 for children.
Visitor Celebrates Birthday
Before Departure
Bruce Fried, son of Mrs Irene
Fried of Minneapolis, both of
whom have been visiting In New Luncheon at Hotel Washington
Cristobal, celebrated his sixth Mrs. L. H. Wise, vlce-presl-
birthday anniversary with apar- dent, presided at the monthly
ty at the home of his uncle and business meeting of the Fort Da-
aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bllli- vis Ladies Club held at the Of-
son of Colon Beach. fleers Club. After the meeting
* Hopalong Cassidy theme was i the group went to the Hot"l
used, and these funny books were Washington for luncheon,
given as favors. The children at-, Mrs. James Jess and Mrs.
Do FALSE TEETH
"Rock. Slirje or Slip?
FASTEETH. an Improved poWdet to be
prlnklrd on uppir or lower pint, hold
fnlse Iwth more flrmlv in place Do not
'tide, slip or rock No gummy, gooey
pnstv tasle or teellng FABTEETH Is
slkillne (non-acid Does not our Checks
"plate odor" (denture breath! Gel FAS-
TEFTH al any dm lore
LIONS CLUB
RAFFLE TICKETS
1st PRIZE:
4 Apt. House "Campo Alegre
2nd Prize: 3rd Prize:
3 Bedroom House, 2 Bedroom House,
"El Cangrejo" "E! Coco"
SUNDAY
Playing March 23, 1952
FOR SALE, until Saturday, at:
C.Z. Pharmacy
Ancon Liquor Store -
Angelini
Pt' Piafe
Tivoli Travel Agency
Duran
If you knew her secret
you, too, could be more
charming, lovely, attractive
.. and the secret o her ttractiveneu
is Odo-Ro-No. Don't let offending
underarm odour spoil vour natural
freshness.
Odo-Ro-No safely stops perspi-
ration and odour for a full 24 hours.
Odo-Ro-No stays creamy longer
-never gets gritty even in open ar.
No deodorant cream is so harm-
'ess to fabrics as Odo-Ro-No.
No deodorant cream is gentler
o even sensitive skin, and it is so
rfsv to use.
ODO-R0-DO
C R EAM
The
deodorant
without
ctowbt
G0+
1952 RED CROSS FUND
wit* SAL
HEPTICA
First science-fiction thriller
from Germany will be "Within
The Volcano." Peter Lorre's di-
recting and starring.. Remem-
ber Elizabeth Allan, the brunet
British beauty who was once on
MOM's star list? Her career fad-
ed when she returned to London,
but now via a BBC TV version of
"What's My Line?", she's red-hot
again as an actress.

I quizzed Spike Jones and wife
Helen Orayco about their bran-
nloan with Zsa Zsa Oabor on a
TV show. It was touched off by
Spike's remark about Zsa Zsa's
ex-husbands and Helen's plung-
ing neckline.
Spike: "I had Just been reading
her publicity, so I thought the
remark was all right. But did you
see me dressed as a girl on the
'All 8tar Revue?' I thought I
looked Just like Zsa Zsa abor."
It's Movietimc TONIGHT!
[Panama L^anal cJneaters
fOK lASmt SMAKT OF MIMO
SKIN IRRITATIONS
The Keh and tins; of minor rashes,
chafe, aUilete'a foot won't bother
!ou if yuu sprinkle on Meaanna!
n 2 seconds medication clings close
to akin gives cool, long last ing re-
lief, Special Amylum baae is auper-
soothini. Buy. use It today I
John WAYNE Robert RYAN
"Flying Leatherneck*" (Technicolor)
^^^^^^^Also^hcjvlngThursday!^^^^^^^
Jeff CHANDLER Evelyn KEYES
"THE IRON MAN"
_______Thursday "SARATOGA Tai'NK"______
RALBO A
*% ir -innrtt tinned
frill K :?0
OiAtiLO HTS.
:IS 7:SS
COCOLI
CIS a *:4
Gary COOPER a) Ingrid BERGMAN
"SARATOGA TRUNK"
Thursday "Gene Autry And Thg Mounttei"
GAMBOA
7:M
Ethel BARRYMORE Maurice EVANS
"KIND LADY"
Thursday SAMSON AND PELn.AIT
MARGARITA
(:IS 7:4S
Gene AUTRY Gall DAVIS
"INDIAN TERRITORY"
Thursday "ADVENTUKES Of.lOM,JUAW"
Gt onsiina '
Irs .*...rs-e S"> ''"'
Always keep senta
SAL HEPTICA
the laxative that suit
your convenience in
your medicine chest.
Don't feel sluggish and
miserable. Don't let
headaches spoil your day.
SAL HEPTICA bring
you gentle, speedy relief,
usually within an hour.
Antacid SAL HEPTICA
sweetens a sour stomach.
CRISTOBAL
Arr-'nnirl'ixnetl
6:13 s:35
Robert MITCHUM a Jane RUSSELL
"HIS KIND OF WOMAN!"
Also Showing Thursday I
Chai*P|0n
Reg. Harris, winner of
the World's Professional
Sprint Championship,
1949 and 1950, chose a
Raleigh for his brilliant
record-breaking rides to
victory. The same crafts-
men who designed and
built his machine produce
the bicycle for YOU
the easy running, long
lasting Raleigh.
RALEIGH
ALL-STEEL BICYCLE
of Rtlnih ItiJuitri l.imud, Hetrim**m, Bnglmd
RADIO CENTER
No. 711 Bolivar Ave.
Phone 4 Coln
HO CYCL. .. CO-flfT. WITHOUT AWUJgH
STUHMiY-AACHa-R OP.
-SHI5SS
BELLA VISTA LATIN DAY!
1:5, 2:30, 4:5. S:4. 7:21, 9:0f p.m.
A DRAMATIC COMEDY I
PEPE ARIAS, in
'EL INFORTUNADO RODRIGUEZ"
TRPICAL
LUX
CHILE
e fliykfe
a week

With QUAKER OATS
youngsters grow
l.j Panaqra
AN AMftlCAN lACf f AIIWAYS
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TE SINGINC. TECHNICOLOR
ROMANCE OF THE YEAR!
"MR. IMPERIUM"
' in Technicolor 1
LANA F.ZIO
TURNER riNZA
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Today "Lucky Wednesday"
GOOD PHIZES!
e A Trip to Cou Rica Via
TACA
e A "Tweed Lentherlc"
fume.
Per-
A Gold Watch Guaranteed
by TAHITI Jawelry.
a "An ETNA" Automatic Iron.
a A Trip to La Restinga,
Taboga.
A Lottery Ticket Plus:
The Relate: _
"THE SCARE"
TROPICAL
JOHN GARFIELD
- in -
"FORCE OF EVIL"
CECILIA THEATRE
The picture that takes a new look
at life!
"PEOPLE WILL TALK"
with Cary Grant Jeanne Craln
Also- James Stewart. In
No Highway_In The Sky"
-2aTS
ENCANTO THEATRE
Air Cendltiened
~A SENSATIONAL DOUBLE!

Pier ANGELJ John E1IICSON
- in -
"TERESA"
Esther Williams. In
"PAGAN LOVE SONG"
In Technicolor!________
TIVOLI THEATRE
BANK DAY! 0 MM
At 5 to and 0 p.m.
Tyrone Power in
"THE BLACK SWAN"
and "BLACK ROSE"
CAPITOLIO THEATRE
LAST TWO CHAPTERS Of
THE GREAT SERIAL'
"ROAR OF THE IRON
HORSE"
- Also: -
Gerald Moor. In
"LONE WOLF in MEXICO"
- Plus: -
ANOTHER PICTURE!
VJCTORIAJiHEATR^
Rod Cameron, in
"THE LADY OBJECTS"
Richard Basehart. in
"OUTSIDE THE WALL"
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAttf NEWSPAPER
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I eave vour Ad with one o our Agents or our Offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panama
,. No 12,179 Central Ave. Colon
WEDNESDAY. MARCH 1, ItSI
Lewis Service
=4 Tivoli Ave.Phone' 2-2281. and
Morrison's
Fourth f July Ave.-Phone 2-9441
Saln de Belleza Americano
jt55 West 12th Street
Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Melendez Ave.Phone 255 Coln
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones Propaganda, S.A.
8 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 "H" Street comer Estudiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 2-279a
Minimum for 12 words.
3c. each additional word.
Sen. Benton Offers To Shift
McCarthy Feud To Open Court
FOR SALE
Household
FOR SALE:-------Venetion blinds, for
4 family, aluminum, also fits 12
family. 61 l-C. Cocoii. j
FOR SALE:Venetian blinds, alu-l
minun, approximately 28 x 62,
White, six. $30. 37 x 72. blue,
-two. $16.00. 57 x 7V, white, tw.
$24.00. Westinghouse rettige
ator. 25 cycle, about 9 cu. ft.,1
$125.00. excellent condition. De-
sire small refngeratpr. 60 cycle
and gas stove. House 0262-B,
Gamboa. Telephone 6-228.
FOR SALE:Chromium Dinette table
and 4 chairs, enomel tap. 45th
FOR SALE
\ulm'ile
MISCELLANEOUS r RESORTS
3
Street No. 28, aportment 2i
Service Personnel and Civilian-
Government Employes
be safe
for your Automobile Financing
Insist en
Government Employes Finance Co.
of
Fort Worth. Texas
new office at
No. 43 Automobile Row
Next door to the 'Firestone Building
olio through your outo dealer
Wo sove you money on
Finoncing ond lnsuror.ee
also direct loons on automobiles
' AGENCY OEHLINGER
Phono 3-4984
3-4915
FOR SALE:Frigidaire, II cu. ft.j Agencias Cosmo-,.. Automobile Row
1950 model 60 cycle $325.00. j" 29. will solve your Auto buying or
Phone Alb-rook 6295. selling Problem. Tel. Ppnama 2-
FOR~SALe7^-G. E."*Refrigerator, 25! __47_21- Pen day on Soturdoys.
cycle. 8 1-2 cu. ft. $50.00. Hbusf FOR SALE:1947 "Willys" Station
3-F, Coco Slito. _______j Wagon, good condition, B.850.-
R>R SALE: tambo* lor. House 2 T*L5 J-2146 P'
042 Fronglponl Street, after 41 Cortos *><<*<"
FOR SALE: 1949 Chevrolet
StyUne Deluxe, 4-door Se-
dan, new tires, seat covers,
perfect condition at Smoot
y Hunnirutt. S.A. Ifilh
Street Central Ave., Coln
TeL MO.
FOR SALE:1941 Chevrolet Pick-
up. Tires, chassis. motor good.
Currier, 167-A, Gamboa.. Phone
6-4.5?.
FOR SALE:1950 Chevrolet I Ton
Panel Delivery Truck. Used 10
months, like hew Tel 2-2777.
' Molino Ferreinal. Calle Monteserin
No. 10.
Position Offered
Shrapnel's houses Santa Clara. Also
in COLO Cerro Campana Moun-
tains. Telephone Balboa 2820 or
TRAVEL OPPORTUNITY: Enjoy "' cjre'aker-_________,________
your vocation in cool Costo Rico.i Stay of the Panamericano Hotel in
Fly LACSA. PAA affiliate, onlyl cool El Voile and enjoy the native
$35.00 round trip. Inquire Pan-' Fiestos during this week,
ama,Dispatch. Tel. 2-1655, across
You con ocquire healthy, tame, half
grown kittens, free-. At veterinary
hospital. Corozal.
Enjoy
from Ancon bus-stop.
Do yen hava onaklaa, problem?
Writt Alcohol* Anonymeaa
Bo 2031 Anca. C. Z
Phillio. OcaonskM cottage*, sonta
Claro Box 435 Balboa Phono
Ponomo 3-1877. Cristobal i- 1673
Williams Santa Clara Beach Cottage*.
Two bedrooms Frigidaire*. Rock-
We buy old magazines, and c'eanl gos rongas. Balboa 2-3050.
rags-, SABINO STUDIO, Rochet St. Gf0m|icn-S g,,,,,. Clir. b^
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, go*
stoves, moderate rates. Phone 6-
441 or 4-567.
FOR SALE
[tliscellaaeuiiH
^OMMtRCIAL (j
PROFESSIONAL
WASHINGTON, March 19. (UP) Sen.
William Benton (D-Conn.) challenged the "ho-
nesty" of Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy today and
offered to accept full legal responsibility in court
for all charges he has made against the Wiscorir
sin Republican. v
Benton renewed his months-long attack on
McCarthy on the senate floor.
He was forced to take his seat at one point
when Senate Republican leader Styles Bridges
(N. H.) protested that he had violated the Senate
rule against insulting another senator.
We have everythinjr
10 keep vour Lawn
and Harden beautiful
durine the dry season
Hose
Fencing
8prayers
Sprinklers
Wtieei narrow
insecticides
Fertilizers
Weedkillers
Fungicides
GEO. F. NOVEY, INC
79 Central Are. Tel. 3-9140
FOR RENT
House*
NEW NUMBERS
FOR $20.00 OWN YOUR HOUSE
Try your lucky number fot 3 House
n?4n* Ll0?\Club- Co" J? J;! FOrTRETT=nfurnished
0740 up to 4 p. m. Tel. 2-2653
after 4:30 p. m. Here are the winning
numbers: 2691 2694 2695
2699 2740 2744 2749
8170 7180 1876 3773.
concrete
chalet, Golf Heights Area, 2. bed-
rooms, 2 baths, maid's room, 2
porches screened, spacious grounds.
Tel. 3-1201 afternoons.
FOR SALE:1951 Ford Custom. 4
door sedan, practically new car.
baby crib. House 5281-B. Diablo.
rOR RENT
Apartments
SPECIAL SALE: Electric portable
Singer sewing machine, shortwave rtAgoaf
broodcast 5 bond Phillips radio. m(nl|
Bilingual Panamanian with business;
ability. Write apartado 1890,
-' Ponam, stating age. education,
experience and farting salary de-
sired.
WANTED:English-Spanish steno-
grapher. Write Box 722 Panama.
Giving references and experience.
French Prelates
Protest Teaching
Sex To Children
PARIS. March 19 (UP)
French Roman TJathollc Cardl- .
nals and Archbishops levelled i WANTED: Salesmen, salary ond
an lndginant protest today a-1 commission. Write Box 722 Pan-
gainst sex education of children! 0mo, gi-Jing reference.
at school.
The prelates said In a com-
munique that instruction of sex
matters should be Riven to chil-
dren by their parents or other
responsible persons individually'1
and progressively.
They termed as a "psycholo-
Rioal error and moral peril" sex WANTED: Bartender and sond-
ALHAMBPA APARTMENTS
furnished unfurnished apart'
M*id latvice optional. Con-
mohogony wardrobe, jnanogony fQcf ^^ ggg, |0th Stree, N
drawer, mahogany chifforobe. boy's !Criitobol. telephone '386 Colon
bicycle. 32nd. St. No. 6. Expo-1--------------------------_________________
sition, Ponamo. j FOR RENT:Modern apartment n
Pasadena, near the University, 3
Help Wanted
WANTED: Cook with references.
No. 30. 50th street upstairs.
education in class which Is not1
preceded by preparation of th.e'
child mind in these matters. i
The communique was Issued1
after the prelates In a two-day
meeting asked parents to ex-
Eilain to their children sex mat.
ers with all possible purity and
delicacy at various stages oi
their growth.
The churchmen added: "To-
day movie and radio (programs),
novels and theater shows, press
and posters spread immorality
and threaten the Innocence 'of
youth, the moral- at home and
the oubllc behavior.
"We therefore call on -all
Christians to stand for morality,
which Is the need by our coun-
try." the prelates appealed.
,wich man. Must be Chinese. Send
reply and photograph to Box .239.
Corozal. C. Z.
bedrooms, spacious porches. Mo-
derate price.' Telephone 3-3491.
FOR RENT
Room*
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
OFFERS STRUCTURE POR SALE
For sole to the highest bidder Build-
ing No. 218. Gotun (formerly U. S.
Rote Commissary I. Sealed bids will
be received in the office of Super-
intendent of Storehouses at Bolboa
until 10:30 A. M., Morch 27, 1952,
when they vill be opened in public.
Form of proposal with full particu-
lars may be secured in the offices of
Superintendent of Storehouses and
the Housing Manager at Gatun.
FOR SALE: Cottages, completely
furnished. Santa Clord Beach.
I". aSSF* '"' informotion- WANTED:-Apartments of 1, 2 or
3 bedrooms in Vista Hermosa, San
FOR RENT: Furnished room to
gentlemen or married couple with-
out children. Darien St. No. 1945
Apt. 8.
WANTED
Miscellanenu
Benton denounced McCarthy's
"hit and run" tactics In deal-
ing with targets of his Com-
munlsts-ln-government charg-
es.
He volunteered to waive his
Congressional Immunity from
suit if McCarthy wants to carry
the Benton-McCarthy feud to
court. '
McCarthy was not in the Sen-
ate at the time.
"What I was shouting and
screaming about If you will
Crdon the quotation was not
munlty, but honesty," he said.
It was at this point that
Bridges demanded Benton take
his seat. The Senate agreed by
voice vote, however, to let him
continue.
LUX
VENETIAN
BLINDS
Immediate
Deliver?.
Tel. 3-1713
#22 E. 29th 8t.
Benton recalled that last year
he accused McCarthy of being
"a very talented propagandist
Benton described as "fraudul- i of the Soviet type."
it" a statement by McCarthy -He may have refined and
Improved upon his tactics in the
last two years, but they do not
change," he said.
"He hits and he runs. He does
lonal immunity, took advantage not answer facts. He never faces
ent" a statement by McCarthy
on a television program last
Sunday.
McCarthy said that Benton, in
criticizing his use of Cqngress-
PANAMA BROKERS. INC.
Hotel El Panam
Buying: Interameriean Hotel
and Abbatolr.
Selling. Panama Forest and
Fuen y Luc (preferred)
Tel. 3-4719 3-1860
of the same immunity himself.
McCarthy referred to Benton's
testimony last year before the
Senate Elections committee.
Benton said McCarthy was
guilty of "fraud and deceit" and
urged that he be expelled from
I the Senate.
A Senate Elections subcom-
Imlttee has been considering
i Benton's resolution calling for
Ian Investigation to determine
I whether McCarthy Is fit to serve.
The committee has asked the
Senate for a vote of confidence
up to them. He hits and then
he runs again."
Recalling that he submitted
to the Elections subcommittee a
30,000-word "bill of particular"
against McCarthy, Benton aid:
"I herewith offer unequivocal-
ly to waive any Immunity which
I may enjoy under the Consti-
tution or under the Senate rules,
or any statement In the 30.000
words If any question of my
personal legal responsibility Is
ever raised."
Radio Programs
Your Community Station
HOG-840
Wh. 100.000 r>aaale Maa
Presents
MODERN FURNITURE
CUSTOM Kill 1
Slipcover Reuobolstery
VISIT ill SBOW-SOOMI
Alberta Bans
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free Katlautat PlcKnp A Deliver;
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if McCarthy does not carry his | He noted that he had accused
objections to the inquiry to the,McCarthy of "grossly" violating
Senate floor. Senate conduct by accepting
Benton denied McCarthy's $10,000 from Lustron Corp., for
statement that during his testi-, writing a housing booklet,
mony before the committee he Benton said he still stands on
"shouted and screamed to high j the charge and Is ready to ac-
heaven" about McCarthy's abuse cept "full personal legal respon-
of his Immunity. |sibility."
Phone 6-441.
BARGAIN: 194 8 Buiek
Special 2-door Sedan, two-
tone green, all new tires,
radio, seat covers, very
good condition. For sale at
Smoot y llunnicutt. S.A.
16th Street' Central Ave.,
Coln .Tel. 800.
Lift Up Your Hearts
Want To
MURIATE
PEDESTRIANS?
For right turna, the knack of
blocking off padeatriana by turn-
ing bumper-to-bumper is an easy
one Pedeatrain* rill try to crnaa
with the green light but you can
chjuw 'am back to the curb and
make 'em mad.
The courteoue driver ia con-
aiderate of pedeatriana. If you
ara a courteoua driver we'd like
to talk pver your automobile
insurance with you. The courte-
oua driver ia the careful driver.
(A Lenten feature of the Pa-
nama-American, prepared by the
Rev. M. A. Cookson, Episcopal
Church of Our SaviouF, New
Cristobal.)
FAITH DEMONSTRATED
"We know that we are of
God----" Read I John. 3:12-20
Can people who have a faith
In God demonstrate, or prove It?
Professing Christians have got
to know In whom they believe.
We have got to put faith in the
place of fear In these days.
The other day I listened to a
poignant story from a mother.
When her boy was born, in the
middle thirties, she had a great
I fear that he might one day have
to eo to war.
Later she read a book, predict-
ing'the next War and America's
part in It. She talked with her
husband about It and he said
{It was just one man's Idea. A
;few years ago the same anxiety
TAKE THIS LAST CHAKCE Francisco, Sabanas or Parque Le-
HAVE TO LEAVE ISTHMUS: fevf*- Box 357, Colon.
8 piece new lioht grey mahogany! WANTED:Run-about hulf'twTth-
livngroom furniture. gos stove. out motor) not over 22 ft long
refrigerator, first class condition; Phone Cristobal 3-1941
4 chairs, table. 4 small tables, 5 369-B.
tube radio, rug. lamps. 5 piece .,^---------------------------------
Costa Rico furniture, spring with WAN,tD:To rent in Colon, good"
modern furnished two bedroom
house, contact McDoniels, Hotel
Washington.
House
mattress, dishes, glassware, fine
large swang pillows, bedspreads,
curtains, etc. Come and see. 86
Ancon Avenue. Aportment I. Pan-
am. EVERYTHING FOR ONLY
$375.00.
FOR SALE: Cocker Spaniel Pedi-
gree, one year in June. Btock Bal-
boa 2-1817. 764-B, Barneby St.,
Bolboo.
FOR SALE:Six week old puppy.
Wirehaired .foxterrier mother. Te-
lephone! Panama 3-4491 offer
7:00 p. m.
1946 DODGE Pick-l'p, very
good condition, easy pay-
ments. For sale at Smq'ot
y Hunnicutt, S.A. 16th
Street Central Ave., Coln
Tel. 800. .
Red German Premier
Threatens Reprisals
For US Dollar Curb
WANTED:$2.000.00 for develop-!
ment of newly acquired estoblished
business. Need r.ipital for promo-
tion of new idea, deposit on new
lease, and initiol working capital,
sound proposition Offer .'A. in-
terest, lactive or inactive) Box
873, Ancon, C. 2.
1949 BUICK Super 4-door
Sedan, with radio, Dyna-
flow, seat covers, 5 -new
tires, back-up lights, ex-
cellent shape, for sale at
s!"' y Hunnicutt, S.A.
16th Street Central Ave.,
Colon Tel, gun
-' a n a 11
a n a i a c
INSTANT
V
#a "L"
St. DeLesseps Park.
Tel. 2-2008
Gen. Agents Inited States
Fidelity *. Guaranty Co.
BERLIN. March 19 (UP)East
German Deputy Premier Hein-
rlen Rau threatened the United
States with reprisals today for
blocking Soviet Zone dollar ac-
counts in the U.S.
Ran in a report to the Peonies'
began to rise again But in thejChamber. the lower house of Par
meantime she had given her lifeiiiament. concerning the first
to Christ. The-.old fear was out, Iyear of the Zone's Five Year
8he was looking at life in a dlf-iEconomlc Plan, said that East
ferentway. Germany could pay the United
Her son will soon be drafted. States back with Interest
She has been prayine to God a- He said: "The sum of blocked
bout that bov. and she told some money is unimportant. There are
of us what has been eoming to ways enough to pay them back
her from God. *''th interest. We will take care
First, that God loved her boy of that." r v.,^.
more than she did Second, that I Rau gave no hint as to what!NeP walked past the stalled
Christ promised to go with us!".* retaliatory measures would>automobile several times and
Dogs Trail Soldier
Suspected Of Rape
COLUMBIA, S. C, March 19
'UP).A 21-year-old Negro sol-
dier was Jailed here today on
charges he raped a 17-year-old
married white woman in Aiken
County late Sunday night.
Chief O. L. Brady of the state
law enforcement division said
Pic. Charlie Hightower of Bath
was arrested by constabulary in-
vestigator Dan F. Beckman' and
Columbia detective T. 8 Sbarpe
in a Columbia home
WHEN PKOPKK1.Y DILUTED
CONTAINS:
(fortified with Vitamin l>>
Protein.............86.9%
Lactose ............. 61.0%
Fat ................. 1.0%
Calcium ............ 1.2%
Phosphorus ......... 1.02%
Sodium Oxide........7%
Potassium Oxide ___ 1.75%
Niaiin 4.2 mjr per lb.
rhiamine 1.6 mg. per lb.
Riboflavin 9.2 mg. per lb.
Calories 360 per qt.
Vitamin D 400 units per qt.
On' Sale In PC Ce Coatmlnarlea.
Bolina High, CHS Select
Plays For Drama Festival
"A Marriage Proposal" by the!he hears of the fantastic sltua-
Rus8ian author. Anton Tchekoff, i tion.
has been chosen by the Balboa However, he returns to find
:Hlgh School as their contribu-1 the scene completely changed.
j tlon to the Isthmian Drama Fes-, This rollicking, hilarious come-
tlval. rjy te under the direction of Paul 2:45-Battle of the Bands
Today, Wednesday, Mar. It
P.M.
3:30Music for Wednesday
4:00Music Without Words
4:16French m the Air (RBF)
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:30News
5:36What's Your FavoriU
(contd.)
6:00Linda's First Love (MB.
Alfaro. S.A.
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Over to You (BBC)
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Here Comes Louis Jordan
8:00News and Commentary
(VOA)
8:15Jam Session (VOA)
8:30The American Book Shell
(VOA)
8:45Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:00Shanties and Forebltler
(BBO)
9:30The Haunting Bmu
10:00The BBC PUyDoin
(BBC)
11:00The Owl's Nest
MidnightSign Off.
Thursday, Mar. 2t
A.M. -
6:00Sign OnAlarm Clock
Club
7:30 Morning Salon
8:16NEWS (VOA)
8:30Crazy Quilt
8:45Jerry Sears Presents
9:00NEWS
9:15-SACRED HEART PRO-
GRAM
9:30As I See It
10:00NEWS
10:05Off the Record
11:00NEWS
11:05Off the Record (Contd.)
11:30Meet the Band
NoonNEWS
P.M.
12:05Luncheon Music
12:30Popuar Music
1:00 NEWS
1:18Personality Parade
1:46EXCURSIONS IN SCI-
ENCE
2:00Call From Les Paul
2:15Date for Dancing
2:30Afternoon Melodies
,L. Beck. Frances Orvls and Bre-
The Cristobal Little Theater. | mer Jorstad piay the Ieadg wnUe
5uth?J>thMr hand' h,as,chos?n Mel Booz has a supporting role.
"The Boor." a one-act play by
Anton Chekov. as their contribu-
tion to the festival, which will be.
presented at the Cristobal High
School auditorium on March 27
and 29 at 8 p.m.
Brady said the reported as-
sault occurred near Bath in
Aiken County, Sunday night
when the victim, another wo-
man and a ilve-year-old boy
were left In an automobile while
the victims husband went for
aid in repairing a flat tire.
The victim told police the
DR. B. L. STONE
Chiropractor
STONE CLINIC
7th St. t Justo Arosemena
Ave. Colon Tel. 457
Transportes Baxter, S. A.
Shipping, moving, storage.
We pack and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451,
2-2562, Panam.
throueh trduble. not to keep us
be.
I attempted to start a conversa-
out of trouble. Third that shei. T,he US Treasury Department! "ontwlth the cars occupants,
must not worry over'not havine fast..w,eek. "locked accounts In lt}e^ entered the car and
liven the boy as much of Christ
a= she wished him to haver she
must witness -to her faith In
i Christ by the wav she acts now
She said that this Is beginnin*
to change a family sftuatio
which has been difficult fo.
vears. She has perfect peace and
assurance that her son is going
to be In God's keeping, and she
has surrendered him to God She
has KOt. the secretof morale.
.She has elven a. clear demon-
stration of her new found faith.
the U.S. of the Deutschald Bank,
Ihe central bank of issue of East
Germany, on the grounds that
the accounts were being used as
a cloak for transactions with
Communist China.
FOR SALE: 1948 Chevrolet
Htylemaater 4-door Sedan,
perfect condition, new
paint-job. j-new tires, seat
cavers, at Smoot v Hunni-
cutt, S.A. 18th Street Cen-
tral Are.. TeL Coln 890.
PRACTICALLY NEW 1950
Chevrolet Styline Deluxe,
4-door Sedan, new tires,
seat covers, easy payments.
For sale at Smoot y Hun-
nicutt, S.A. 18th Street
Central Ave.. Coln Tel. 80t.
BITCH GETS AROUND
threatened the occupants with
a knife If they tried to get out,
she said. j
She said all three fled from
the car, but the soldier caught
her and assaulted her some
distance away. The other woman
and the boy ran to a nearby
farm house for help.
Brady said Aiken Country
MEMPHIS. Tenn a small dog owned by Mrs. C. L.'cnlef oePUty sheriff Wyman H.
Holland, may be blind but canBuscn called for the constabul-
get around. He disappeared but arV bloodhounds,
found his way back two weeks
later.
"Marriage Proposal" is the sto-
ry of a young man, Lomov. (a
seml-hypocondriac) who pays a
visit to his neighbor. Tschubu-
kov. to ask for the hand of his
|daughter. Natalia.
However, each time Natalia
and Lomov are together they get
into an argument over some tri-
vial matter. Before they finally
arrange matters, Lomov has been I
\ driven out of the house, Tschu-
bukov has threatened to kill
I himself and Natalia has gone in-
to hysterics more than once,
Kayleen Vinton. who is playing
the part of Natalia. w?s Mary-
rosalle in "Life of the Party."
I which was given this fall at Bal-
boa High School.
Lomov is being played by No-
!ble Holladay. Noble has taken
part In "Our Town." in which he
iplaved the romantic lead.
Mike McNevln Ms playing
Tschubukov. He has had major
parts in "Suddenly It Was May,"
"Go West Young Man." "Our
Town," "Life of the Party." and
"Lady In the Dark." in which he
played the leading role of the
psvchiatrlst.
The plot of "The Boor" cen-
ters around a rough, crude land-
lord. Smirnov.
A poor widow. Popov, owes
Smirnov qnlte a debt. After
much arguing and still ho mo-
ney for Smivnov, the cruel land-
lord challenges Popov to a duel.
He claims there's no such
BARGAIN: 1950 Buick Spe-
cial 4-door Sedan, with
radio, Dynaflow, new seat
covers, excellent condition.
For sale at Smoot y Hunni-
cutt, S.A. 16th Street Cen.
tral Are., Tel. Coln 8M.
BOY MEETS DOG
MEMPHI8. Tenn. tUPi It was'
a double birthday celebration ihng as the "weaker sex." Pooov
Mis. Bob Mays attended. The boy mdlgnantlv tells Smirnov he has
had his cake with nine candles a "neck like a steer,- but she
S.^RHti.b^'r22.i,ld?*aUy does accept the duel. L-ka. Po-
3:00American Debut
3:16The Little 8hdw '
3:30Music for Thursday
4:00Panamuslca Story Tim
4:15Negro Spirituals
4:30What's Your Favorite
5:30News
6:35What's Your Favorite
6:00Linda's First Love Cia.
Alfaro. 8.A.
6:15Evening Salon
7:00Make Believe Ballroom
(VOA) '
7:30BLUE RIBBON SPORTS
REVIEW
7:45Jam Session
8:00News and Commentary
(VOA)
8:15Arts and Letter (VO/D
8:30Radio University (VOA)
8:45Commentator's Digest
(VOA)
9:00Emma (BBC)
9:30Take It from Here (BBC)
10:00HOTEL EL PANAMA
10:15Musical Interlude
10:30Moonlight Mood
11:00The Owl's Nest
12:00Sign Off.
Explanation of Symbols
VOAVoice of America
BBCBritish Broadcasting
Corp.
RDFRadiodiffuslon Francalse
ROBIN GETS MEMORIAL
NIAGARA FALLS, Ont. (UP)
High up on an arch In the re-
cently-completed St. Martin's
Church here is a stone bird's nest
with a sculptured robin In It. It
is the same spot where a roo,
built its nest during the
structlon of the church. Work-
men carefully worked around the
bird while It hatched Its young.
Oil) TIMES RECALLED
PLYMOUTH. Mass. (UP)The
Plymouth Chamber of Commew
received a letter addressed to
"The Forefathers, Plymouth,
Mass."
wrapped ham bone on a smaller
table.
pov's servant runs for help when
primitive way best Snowbound Pooch
GEORGETOWN. Ky. (UP) e -V> IN
When Joe Gains heard an opos-'b'TVIVeS y DOVS
sum in his chicken house he got1 mfirtvkfv eit..ri>nd
his pistol. Gaines fired six times, March (rP A Jt K^ed
at the animal missing every shot! g" ^"^VSS,
was dug ont alive in nearby
Not giving up. he grabbed a club I
and klHed the intruder.
cupants denied all knowledge of
the incident.
Three Negroes In the house
were taken Into custody and af-
ter questioning bv Brady ad-
mitted taking the soldlei to
Aiken.
It was learned the suspect had
a "girl friend" in Columbia,
awS NhT w"h lraUed ^ Brady said, and he was arrested
Negro home, where the oc- at her home here.
FOR SALE: 1847 Buick Su-
per 4-door Sedan, in very
*<>od condition, easy pay-
ments at Smoot v Hunni-
cutt. S.A. 16th Street Cen-
tral Ave^ Colon, Tel. SM.
1948 OLD8MOBILE 2-door
Sedan. Hydramatic trans-
mission, radio, seat covers,
good tires, excellent shape,
for sale at Smoot v Hunni-
cutt. S.A. 16th Street Cen.
tral Ave.. Coln. Tel. 888.
FOR SALE: 1849 Olds-
mobile 2-door Sedan, with
radio. Hydramatic trans-
mission, aeat covers, very
jrood condition, eaay pay-
ments at Smoot y Hunni-
cutt, S.A. 16th Street Cen-
tral Ave, Cotn. TeL 8.
Gadmen Valley, according to
press reports today.
The reports said the do,
was buried andflr seven fees
of snow a month ago whe*
the avalanche swept away a
bam. returnine; there a few
bam, returninine there a few
days ago, heard a faint bark-
ine and started digging.
They found the dog with-
out any food and unable to
FOR SALE: 1849 Chevrolet
Deluxe Baiineas Coupe,
vry awed condition, new
sea* overs, 5-new tires,
easy payments at Smoot j
Hunnicutt. S-A. 16th Street
Central Ave., Coln TeL
USED CARS Are Plentiful
-but-
Come in and See these bargains
1950 STUOEBAKER Champion, Black. 4
door. Radio .....................$139540
1950 FORD ustom, 4 door "6", Bine.... I425.M
1950 FORD DeLuxe. 2 door "6" Gray..... 1350.00
1949 FORD DeLuxe, 4 door "V8" Maroon.. 1175.00
1949 FORD Custom, Club Coupe, "V8" Black 1150.00
1949 MERCURY, Club Coupe, tan........ 1375.00
1947 DODGE, 4 door, new upholstery...... 850.00
COLPAN MOTORS, INC
"Automobile Row"


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1*. 1M
THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER
PAGE SET I
Balboa High Shoots For Pacific Twi-Loop Second Half Title
U'
Schoolboy Tackle Panama
Merchants In Crucial Game
PACIFIC TWILIGHT BASEBALL LEAGl'E
(Straight Season Standings)
Teams Gibraltar Life Ins. Balboa Brewers. Ball.na High School Panama Merchants. GLI BB BHS x 3 4 I x 4 t 1 X .11 S PM 4 1 X W It 11 7 I L < 7 18 It Pet. .M7 .111 -412 .258
I Teams Balboa Hlfh School. Balboa Brewers. Gibraltar Life las. Panama Merchants. 1 11 It Second Half Standings) BHS BB GLI PM x t t 1 .1x11 1 t x t 1 1 x 1 W 5 S 1 15 L t 4 4 Pet. .MS .354 .554 .2*4
S 4 4 17 17
TODAY'S GAME:
(At Balboa Stadium 4:45 p.m.)
Balboa High School (Morton 5-1) ft. Panama Merchants
(Hearn 2-6)
WMh an excellent opportunity to cop the second half title
of the current Pacific Twilight Loop race after their amasing
ninth to first place, the Balboa Hi School "Whig Kids" will take
on ti e powerful and always dangerous Old Timers of the Pana-
ma Merchants this afternoon at Balboa Stadium.
Toeing the mound for the Balboa Hi School nine will be
their ace performer, Don Morton, who will oppose the experienc-
ed Webb Hearn. Morton, who has won his last five starts
against one defeat, will have an opponent who has two wins and
six defeats. ..
fast Sonda, the Merchants walloped the strong Gibraltar
Ufe Insurancemen 17 to 5, while the, Balboa High School knock-
ed down the Balboa Brewers by taking a 4-t decision.
A win today for the High School aggregation will give them
the econd half title, while a loss will throw the Loop Into a
three-way deadlock far first place In the second half.
Swim Meet Staled
For Gamboi Pool
Sunday March 30
The Physical Education and
Recreation Branch will spon-
sor a swim meet at the Gamboa
Pool on Sunday, March 31 at
4 p.m. The program Will in-
clude both junior and senior
CTents. Entry forms for the
meet may be obtained at any
U.S.-Rate gymnasium or pool.
The attention of all contes-
tants and spectators Is called
to the change of starting time
f the meet. The meet was ori-
ginally scheduled to start at 2
!.m. but has been changed to
p.m. to avoid conflicting with
the dedication ceremonies at
the Gamboa Union Church.
This meet is expected to at-
tract an outstanding group of
swimmers from all Zone com-
munities as well as the Armed
Forces.
Fastlich League
THE STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Plummer To Meet Fifth Rated
Featherweight Ciro Morasen
PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE
FIRST HALF STANDINGS
TEAM Won Lost
Police............ 7 3
Sears............ *
Lincoln Life........ I <
AFGE 14..........
Elks 1414 .. ........
Firemen.......... *
SECOND HALF STANDINGS
Clayton ..
West Rank.
Albrook .
Eobhe.. ..
1
J
3
4
Atlantic Midget League
Pumas..
Ocelots.
Palomas
Conejos
Macaws
ii
1.444
1.444
.544
.154
TEAM
Sears.....
Elks 1414 ..
Lincoln Life.
AFGE 14 .. ,
Police.....
Firemen ,. .
Won Loot
4
4
1

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1
IESTERDAT-S RESULT
Lincoln Life 11, Elk 5.
TODAYS GAME
AFGB rs. Pence.
MONDAY'S RESULTS
In the game at the Albrook
AFB Little League park Monday
afternoon, the Albrook Flyboys _
handed the Caribbean Comman- PIC oiaamm.
dos their first defeat in the sec-
ond round of play by a score of
7 to t.
Panama Featherweight
champion Federico Plum-
mer today signed to meet
Cuban Featherweight
Champion Ciro Morasen
in a ten-round bout April
20 at the Panama Olym
Firemen Win 5th Straight
To Hold Second Half Lead
John Desloge was the winning
pitcher while Ross Kramer shir-
ed the mound duties with Robert
Mitchell for the losers. Leading
Morasen, rated fifth
12ti-pounder in the world
in the March issue of
"The Ring" magazine, will
arrive in Panama during
hitters "for the riyboys"were"oei-; the second week of April.
Tert with three for four and*. ,..-.,,1.,., k. i-.,;..;..,.
Thrush with three for three, to complete his training
Leading batsmen or the com- here. He will be accom-
The third place Uncoln Ufe mandos were T. Pitman with two r t,5a mmna Little Leaguers dumped the Elks for three, Kramer with two for panied Dy nis
from first place by downing them ?"
11 to 5 in seven Innings yester-
day. A six-run outburst In the
extra Inning iced the ball game
for the Lifers who ran their wins
to three straight.
Lem Klrkland started on the
mound for Elks with Jimmie
Loveladv taking overln the s8c-
flnlshlng
TEAM STANDINGS Lee, if..
(SECOND HALF)
TEA'M Won Lost Pet.; Totals
Firemen's Insur. ..
Pan Liquido......
Philippine Rattan.
Elks.. .......
CAA..........
1 OUU
.(>
.500
4H
0M
a 0 1 f
9 a
.........si
Score Sy Innings
Firemen's 0 2 0 0 0 3 49
Pan Liquido 3 1 1 0 a 0 08
Balboa High Downs
J.C. 9-9 To Finish
2nd In School Loop
two and Jerrel with two for1 and trainer.
three.
Score by innings:
Carlb Command 020 2206
Albrook 150 Olx7
Over at the West Bank Stadi-
um in Coroll. the Port Clavton
nine defeated the West Bank lads
I to 4. Herman Wilkinson hurl-
ed for the Clayton boys, while
Barbier performed the
ond inning and finishing up.
Oust Durham started on thejOeorge
Victory over the Macaws yes- m0und for the Lifers and he, like1 mound duties for the West Bank-
terday at Diablo kept the Ocelots Knkiaridi was not around at the ers. Both boys went all the way.
In a tie with the Pumas forjead- finish as Bruce Bateman took
lng position in the Fastlich Teen-
Age League.
A playoff of their tie in the
first game of the second half at
Diablo Friday, March 21, will as-
sure one of these two outfits first
'ltion.
FINAL TEAM STANDINGS
MINORS
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
r.atun Gators .... 4 1 .
Spur Cola Colts .. S t 8*t
Cristbal Cubs. .. t 4 .#
. MAJORS
TEAM Won Lost Pet.
Marg. Mustangs .. 5
Margarita Mules .. 4
Pepsi Hornets.. ..
Crfstobsl Tigers .. 4
2 .87
8 .404
5 .Mt
The Gatun Gators defeated
the 8pur Cola Colts of Margarita
by a score of 15-11 In the playoff
tame for the Minor League
championship 1 a s-t Saturday
morning. The first three innings,
of the ball game were Gatun's
almost exclusively, the score
standing at 14 to. 4. --J
The Colts got back In the ball
game ki the fourth, however,;
when catcher Dale Clarke lash-
ed out a homer with the bases
loaded. The score at the end of
the fourth inning favored Gatun
14 to 10 and gave them a lead
which they were able to main-,
tain throughout the game. The
outstanding performer for the"
Gators was Lawrence both on
the mound and at bat. The boy
was up three times and got three;
hits one of which was a home,
run with men on basev
Wlnnijng pitcher Lawrence
struck out ritne batters, walked
six and gave up five hits. Jim
Aleguas, the Colts pitcher, struck
out 10 batters, walked nine, and
allowed six hits.
hand, was able either to advance
on base or score due to either of
the above faults.
Winning pitcher Harrell Wom-
bel, who has done an outstand-
ingly consistent lob on the
mound for the Mustangs all sea-
son, struck out four- batters, gave
up four free passes and allowed
three hits, Frederickson, starting
Cristobal pitcher and the only
pitcher in the league credited
with a no-hlt no-run ball game,
struck oat two batters, walked
two and allowed two hits. Cris-
tobal's relief pitcher, Alberga,
went in during the Becond in-
nlna and struck out eight hat-
ters, walked five and surrender-
ed two hits.
Grapefruit League
AT LAKELAND:
Athletics 000 100 0001 8 0
Tigers 000 300 OOx3 9 0
Fowler. Kellner (4), Martin <7>
and Astroth; Houtteman, Little-
field (8) and Ginsberg.
laking an early 5-2 lead In
their tilt yesterday with the Ma-
caws, the Ocelots fell one run be-
hind In the fifth canto when
Macaw shortstop Bruhn connect-
ed for a circuit clout with the
bases loaded. Ocelots' Gray also
got credit for a homer In the
first inning.
The Ocelots came back strong
in their half of the Inning to
take the lead again with Cicero,
Fearon and Archie crossing the
plate. Four more tallies In the
sixth cinched the ball game for
the Jungle Cats while the Ma-
caws failed to score In the last
two innings.
Four double plays tw for each
side marked the fastest game yet
seen in this league on the Diablo
diamond.
The box score:
Ma'eaws AR
over in the sixth- Inning and was 'Clayton's F. Robinson collect-
returned th winner when his.** four hits In four trips to the
teammates rallied in the seventh1.- plate, while Thorpe collected two
for four and Slgel garnered a
It was an exciting game with' double. Beals was the leading
plenty of action as the Infields of hitter for West Bank, with three
both teams handled thirty-five for four
chances and the boys made some
very nice fielding plays.
The Insurance boys got off to,
a five-run lead scoring one run
In the top of the first Inning and >
adding four more runs in the*
second when Jimmie Lovelady
took over and held them In check
until the fatal seventh.
The Elks, held scoreless by
Score by Innings:
Clayton 3 0 2 2 1 08
West Bank 4 0 0 2 0 08
The Curundu Councllmen de-
feated the Fort Kobbe team 16 to
2 in the game at the Curundu
The complete program
to be promoted. by Car-
los Delvalle, will be pre-
sented to the Panama
Boxing Commission for
approval tonight.
Playground Sports
field. Ace catcher, Eddie stod- Co*cn DrM*-
dard was on the mound for the
Councllmen In anticipation ot
strong competition from the
Recreational facilities are
available for men and women on
Wednesday evenings from 7:00-
9:30 at the Balboa Gymnasium.
Activities include badminton,
volleyball and others depending
on the wishes of the participants.
Relax and have fun at the Bal-
boa Oymnasiumcouples wel-
comed. Recreational leader,
Tuesday afternoon, Don Bow-
en's Firemen's Insurance nine re-
covered from an 8 to 2 deficit to
score three runs in the sixth and
four In the seventh to win from
Pan Liquido 9 to 8.
This was one of the most thrill-
ing games of the season whfch Interscholastlc baseball for tha
could have meant a deadlock be- 1952 season was written into tha
tween Pan Liquido and Firemen's record books list night at Balboa
Insurance had George Stanley's stadium when the BHS nine de-
Beermen been able to hold their feated the team from Junior
lead, but the Insurancemen prov- College. 9-8. Ral Swalm was giv-
ed their mettle by salvaging the en credit for the victory, s-
game under extreme pressure in though he had to get help from
the last two frames. Lambert Montavani who went
Lew Hllainger was the winning the last three Innings. Freddy-
pitcherhis 17th win of the sea- Aleguas was charged with the -
son against three losses. defeat.
BUI Muller was charged with Junior College took a shirt liv- .
the loss but deserved a better en- iea| in the first inning, but -
fate since he had held the Fire- once the Bulldogs got to the .
men's to only one scratch bunt plate, they pushed In two runs to *
ingle until the sixth Inning., tie it up. From that time on they.:
Muller faltered in the sixth when were never headed, although JC
i he walked three and gave up two kept pecking away and were able
base hits. His defeat came in the to score single tallies in the third,"
seventh when he was charged fourth, fifth, and sixth innings.
Ft. Worth 001 000 0001 3 0
Dodgers 000 002 20x4 9 1
Butler, Elroy 14, Seljas (7)
and Oaspar, Napoii (7); Lablne,
King 1 1, Black 181 andCampan-
ella. Walker 18).
Mead, Ronnie,
Salas, Pablo, p
Glud. t.....
Norton, lb..
Morris, 3b. ..
Powell, 3b. ..
Mead, Burton,
2b
3b
Bruhn, 8S...... 3.
The box score:
rrg. Colts
Dockery, If.
W. Kleefklns, ss
J. Alequas, p ..
D. Clarke, e ..
M. Lara, rf. ..
T. Arnold, 2b.. .
J. Blalkowskl, 3b.. 1
W. Lust, lb......
C. Bath, cf......2
AB R HIM A
0
0
0
10
0
0
0
2
0
AT ST. PETERSBURG:
Braves 000 000 000 000 0118 2
Yanks O00 000 000 000 00 0 5 1
Spahn, Donovan (7), Burdette
(12i and St. Claire, Parks (18):
Raschl, Morgan (8), Kuzava (111
and Houk, McKelvy i8>.
Elsenmann, rf
Chaluja, rf ..
Cody, If.....
Lelsy. If ..
"erantle, cf ..
Baughner.cf..
HPO
0 2
Durham for two Innings, scored Kobbe boys, but a bad day in the
three runa In trie third and Iced, field was their stumbling block,
the game scoring two runs in the Robert Crowder was the losing
fifth. The Lodge Brothers missed pitcher. Big guns at bat for the
a golden opportunity to win the Councllmen were Stoddard, Vl-
game In the sixth when theyentln, Chassln and Curtis,
loaded the bases with none out Score by innings:
but poor base running nipped Kobbe 0 0 2 0 0 02,
the rally and sent the game Into' Curundu 2 0 3 7 4 x18
the extra Inning. Tomorrow's schedule Is as fol-
- > lows (home team flrsfi: Curun-
Flelding honors of the day*da vs. Caribbean Command, Al-
went to Corbln McGrlff, Lifer brook-vs. Clayton and Kobbe vs.
shortstop, who handled five West Bank. Game time :
Totals........27 a 5 18 9
Totals.........22 11 8 12 0
Gatun Gators AB R H PO A
Werleln, c......4 1 1 10
McNamee, 3b .. .. 3 1
LaCrolx, 2b.....2 2 1 0
Lawrence, p .... 3 3 3 1
Shine, lb......3 0 !
Prez, ss......1 2 0 0
Green, If......0 2 0 0
Irving. If......10 0O
Williams, rf.....1 1 0 0
Joffin, cf......1 2 0 0
AT TAMPA:
Cardinals 121 031 03011 20 0
Reds 000 000 000 0 4 0
Chambers, Schmidt (5> and D.
Rice; Raffensberger, Nuxhall (81
and Semlnlck.
Ocelots AB
Olassburn. If. .. 4
Kugler, Id. .. ... 4
Gray, rf...... 4
Cicero, ss...... 4
Morris. 3b..... 4
Fearon, c...... 3
Totals........19 15 14 3
The Margarita Midget All-
Stars defeated the Cristobal
Midget All-Stars 9-i last Satur-
day morning. Both teams were
much closer matched than the
scores would seem to Indicate,
since six ot the Margarita tal-
lies crossed the plate on wild
{pitches or passed balls. No Crls-
obal base runner, on the other
AT CLEAR WATER:
Senators 010 080 0001 8 T
Phillies 002 000 OOx2 5 0
Starr, Moreno (4), Lane (7>
and Kluttz, Grasso (4); Brlttln.
Fox (2i, Konstanty (7) and Wll-
ber, Silvestrl (7'.
AT WEST PALM BEACH:
Dodgers "B5' 010 000 100-4 7 0
As "B" 010 001 0013 10 0
Schmitz. Moore (4). Romano
(7) and Lembo, Teed (8); Zoldak,
Hoyle (51, Wright <9) an* Tip-
ton.
1 uci, 20 ..
Archie, 2b-c ..
Henderson, cf.
Hilllard, p.
Klrchmler, p..
HPO
% 1
chances cleanly and nailed two
runners at home plate with good
throws. McGrlff, playing heads-
up ball, picked a Wild return to
the pitcher In the aixth inning
and cut down what would have
been the winning run in the per-
son of Danny DesLondes who at-
tempted to score on the play.
Danny DesLondes made a beautv
of a play In the first inning with
a back-hand stop of Durham'
smash back of second base and
retiring the runner with a good
throw To first base.
Jules Dubois led the Lifers at
bat with two singles and a triple
in five tries and Corbln McGrlff
connected for two singles and a
double Ih five trips. Charlie
Laatx Came on as a plnchhltter
In the aeventh and collected two
> single's in the big inning.
Bruce Bateman collected a sln-
pjn.
with four safeties and one free
pass.
The box score:
Firemen's AB R HE
McArthur. lb..... 3 1 0 1
Angermulier, ss.. .. 3 2 I 0
Turner, cf...... 3 2 2 0
Hll?.inger, p...... 3 : 0 0
Peseod, 3b...... 3 2 1 1
Schetdegg, If .... 3 0 1 2
Sevel, rf........ 3 1 0 0
Stock, 2b........ 3 0 0
0 1
In their half of the seventh,
the Green Wave scored twice and
almost tied up the ball game
when with two out. and the tying
run on third, Flix Larrlnaga
5rounded out to second baseman
erry Halm an.
Balboa scored their runs in
bunches, .scoring twice in the
first, four times In the third,
twice in the second and once in
Dunn, c......... 3
Totals..........27
8 7 4
AB
3
3
4
4
Pan Liquido
Jones, L., cf.. ..
Stanley, ss .. ..
Muller, p......
Tarfllnger, lb.
Lane, c.......... 3
Skinner, rf .. .. .. 4
Husted, 2b-3b .... 4
Presho. 3b-2b..... 2
Glieser, 2b....... 2
:: SS
J the sixth. All of this was accom-
0 plished with eight hits. Jerry
Halman and Bob Carlln headed
the high school hit parade with
two hits apiece.
The only effect this game h*
on the final standings is that it
moved Balboa more solidly into
the second spot In the standings,
and kept the Junior College tn
the cellar. Cristobal won the title
last week.
Score by innings:
Junior College 201 111 28 7 I
0 Balboa High 204 201 x9 8 9
gle and a triple in two official at
bat along with three intentional
walks to run his batting record
to 32 hits In 43 trips to the plate
with, a batting average of .745.
__. o Ti Ti' Jlmrale Lovelady led the losers
Tota8 i "'; i2 l. I tne Plate *lth*two hits in
Sor'nBSi ?S,g r three trips and teammates BiUy
Macaws 2 0 0 b 4 0 0- 6 5 5, Hel< d t corrigan chipped
2!,ot"lt*4-0i0 \w^. luhn n with two hits In four trips.
Runs Batted In-Morris. Bruhn Th ^ .r0re
4, Kugler 2, Gray, Archie 2, Hen- ,d" ,_ ,jA_ AR R H PO
derson 3. Klrchmler 2. Earned HSSfm
Runs-Macaws 4. Ocelots 8. Left, Durham. p-2b.
Bateman, c-p.
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on Bases Macaws 11. Ocelots 8.
Two Base Hlt-Kugler. Home| DXW" lb
Runs -Gray. Bruhn. 8tolen Bas- S/w'';,''
esGlud 3. Passed BallFearon. Siflion ah e
Struckout byKlrchmler 4, Sal-1*
as 1. Base on Balls offKlrch-
mler 7, Hilllard 4. Salas 1. Losing
PitcherSalas. Winning Pitcher
Klrchmler. Doubleplay*Cice-
ro, Morris: Klrchmler, Fearon.
Kugler; Bruhn, Mead, Norton;
Mead, Kugler. UmpiresHam-
mond and Stoudner. Time of
Game1:50.
AB
5
5
2
5
2
5
4
5
Engelke, J., 3b
Sander, R., If.
Laatz. rf...... 3
Dubois, V., rf. .. 2
Totals........37 11 15 21 18
Elks AB
DesLondes. 2b .. 2
Lovelady, p-lb .. 3
Klrkland. p-c. .. 4
Ryter, ss>...... 2
Hele, rf....... 4
Corrigan, T., 2b.. 4
Lewis, cf...... 3
' Halvosa, lb .... 3
Trimble, c..... 0
Thompson, rf. .. 2
BEST
POR
SUNBURN
PO
0 2
Totals........27 5 9 21 15
Score By Innings
Score By Innings
Score By Innings
Lincoln Ute 140 000 811 15 2
Elks 003 020 0 5 9 4
Winning PitcherBateman
(4-3). Losing PitcherLovelady
(1-31. Struckout byKlrkland 1,
Lovelady 3, Durham 2. Base on
Balls offKlrkland 4. Lovelady
4, Durham 7. Hits and Runs off
Klrkland 4 and 5 In 11-3 Innings.
Durham 8 and 5 In 5; Lovelady 8
and 8 In 5 2-3; Bateman 1 and 0
In 2. Two Be.se HitsMcGrlff.
Durham, Klrkland. Ryter, Halvo-
sa. Three Base HitsBateman. J.
Dubois. Left on BasesLincoln
Life 13, Elks 8 UmpiresLuzer
S Francis. ScorerReUrj. Time
of Game1:39.
ARMED FORCES LITTLE
LEAGVK
TEAM Won Lost
Caribbean Command 4
I Curundu..........
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More Loot Found
1 In Reno Robbery
RENO. Nev., March 19 (UP)
Federal agents arrested a handy-
man who befriended the suspect-
ed mastermind of the $1.500,000
Redfield burglary today and
found $36,731 in cash in his'
quarters.
The FBI said the handyman,
Benton Henry Robinson, 65,
fold them the money was given
him (or safekeepih( by Mrs.
Jeanne "Arc Mlchaud, French I
Canadian beauty who police
think "cased" th R e d f 1 e 1 d
mansion for the burglars.
The money was found in an
overstuffed chair In Robinson's j
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PANAMA, R. P., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 19, 1952
FIVE CENTS
Official Reckons US Gets Only
50c.
Per $ 1 In Africa
WASHINGTON, March 19 (UP) has been investigating the North constructors have not been inef
ter" the FBI said he told them Senate investigators were told African program along with the ficient as the misleading testl-
"That's all Redfleld's money" today that a high Air Force of- 8enate group. mony In your record charges,"
flclal once complained the Unit- Bonny pointed to 'the "rush" the letter said.
In Washington, J. Edgard Hoo- e ver, FBI director, said Robinson cents of work oat of every dollar "You can build air bases fast, or square yard on our North Afrl-
w a s questioned when it was we were spenalnp:'' for air base you can build them cheaply. But'can assignments Is less than the
learned that he befriended Mrs.'construction in Noith Alrica. not both." 'original estimate of cost made by
Mlchaud while she was a guest at! But the Atla.s Construction Co
the raneh where he worked. 'whicn Is build.nj; the air bases,
"He claimed she told him that cha'ienged charges that it has
If anything happened to her he been wasteful.
could keep the money," Hoover It said testimony before con-
laid. gresslonal committees to that
Robinson Is thp seventh suspect,effect was "stacked" and that
arrested in the Redfield robbery.the Job has been cheaper than
_. -. the Air Force expected.
A slight, wistful appearing | James Wlse speclal assistant'
man, Robinson was held In ,to tne Alr Force inspector Gen-
SSo.OM bail. He had only $14.13 !era, sald Ma] Gen Arcnie V.i
in his pockets when arrested. old Alr Force commander in
Robinson and Mrs, Michaud N0rth Africa, expressed the view
met at the Stardust guest ranch,ltnat tne Unlted States was get-
He said Atlas' performance re-! the Air Force approximately a
cord Is "unparalleled in the en-1 year and a half ago.
tire history of construction | Wise said some waste resulted
work." i from short-cuts taken to speed
, "Atlas constructors have not construction on the bases. John-
wasted tax dollars, and Atlas son commented that this policy
near Reno, where another sus-
pect in the burglary, Louis Giz-
zlgli, also was employed at one
time. Owners of the ranch re-
fused to talk to reporters.
ting only a half return for its
money.
But Wise told the Senate Pre-
paredness subcommittee he
wouldn't want to say there was a'
The money found wrapped;"huge" waste In the North Afrl-
ir> a pillow case brought to can project.
107,000 the amount the FBI hasi "if you had to pay that out of
announced It recovered from the your own pocket you would call
$1.500.000 In cash Jewels and ie-iit huge, wouldn't you?" de-
curlties stolen from La Vere Red- manded chairman Lyndon B.
field.
However, there were unofficial
reports Mrs. Richaud was carry-
ing much more than that when
she was arrested at Flagstaff,
Ari7., two days ago.
The FBI refused to say whe-
Johnson (I>-Tex.).
Wise said he discussed costs
with Old in a telephone conversa-
tion last December, while he was
inspecting U.S. air base cons-
truction in Morocco.
He said Old was only talking
ther they knew where any more ln "generalities" about the 50-
of the loot is now. >cents-on-the-dollar value but
"We've told you all we can up, that Old nevertheless believed
to tnls point, an FBI agent here tne project was "costing us more
**ia- | money than it should for the fin-
He added, however, that theilshed pr0duct."
FBI and city police are "still at The Attas company was hotly
work on the case. defended by J. B. Bonny, an of-
Mrs. Mlchaud, a convent f)clai of the construction corn-
trained, poetry loving woman
bine, in a letter to a House ex-
penditures subcommittee, which
Border Guards Take
who was a personal friend of
Redfield and his wife, was sus-
pected of telling the burglars
where the millionaire kept his
money in a aafe In his home.
Mrs. Mlchaud was the sixth
and Robinson the seventh person, fMlaaa|!aa 'f"iil'
arrested ln connection with the JHlUOQIillQ LUI
burglary.
The others are: Mrs. Leona
Mae Giordano, 37, in Los Ange-
les; Louis Gizziell. 44, in Reno;
John Triliegi, 37, Frank Sorren-
tl, 36, and Andrew Young, 46, all
in Milwaukee, Wls.
Pedro Miguel Council
Gills Special Meeting
HAAKSE. Germany, March 19
(UPi. The German Police be-
gan a sweeping investigation to-
day of German Customs units
after charges that border guards
were freely cooperating with
international smuggling rings
ln illicit coffee and cigarette
traffic from the Low Countries
to the Federal Republic.
The State prosecutors in the
trial of the two confessed Ger-
man smugglers convicted here
Monday did not refute the de-
fense charges that customs pa-
showed a "lack of produce."
Wise said the original $300,-
000,000 cost Is estimated at $455,-
000,000, mainly because several
new projects have been added.
Without the new projects, the
cost would be about $348,000,000,
he said.
He said a 18 per cent rise In
construction costs since the 1950
estimate is one of several "legi-
timate" reasons for the increase.
Another reason, he said, was
that contracts "flagrantly'1 dis-
regarded specifications in a rush
to complete the bases by July 14.
Wise said the district engineer,
Col. George Derby, apparently
disregarded complaints several
Inspectors made about the sub-
iar work because of the desire
or speed. He said he probably
would have done what Derby did.
He said he could give no ex-
planation why the short-cuts
continued after the July 14 tar-
tge date was passed unless it was
to avoid bad weather,
SPEBSQSA To Hear
About Prexy's Trip
The Panama Chapter of the
Society for the Preservation and
Encouragement of Barbershop
Quartet Singing In
submarines and larger ships.
The new provision applies to
"auxiliaries" as well and would
cover most naval vessels.
All told, the new program ln- deck ships designed to handle
now Is building at Newport Newa,
Va.
Both the Forristal and the sec-
ond companion carrier are flush
ipi
wered atomic bombers.
__lldlng and modernization
program, Including another supervolves construction or 554 new Jet-power
aircraft carrier and a second'ships and Conversion of 10 others. like its sister craft now under
atomic submarine. This is In addition to 281 new construction by the Electric Boat
In approving the measure 'Navy ships already on the ways Co., at Groton, Conn., the propos-
aimed at speeding development!at a cost of $1,578,116.000 and 264 ed atomic submarine could eruiit
of an atomic-age Navy the vessels which are being convert-underwater for extraordinarily
committee directed the Navy toied to meet the needs of modern long periods at speeds of 30 knot
spread the work between East sea warfare.
and West Coast shipyards to
avoid "undue or dangerous con-
centration."
The Navy agreed to go along destroyers, a radar picket sub-
wlth the order.
While this does not commit
the Navy to build the second
super carrier on the West Coast
as some lawmakers from that
section have demanded, chair-
man Carl Vlnson said he hopes
at least some ships too big to
pass through the Panam Ca-
nal will be built there.
The spread-tbe-work proviso
was not written into the big
construction bill but the Georgia
Democrat said Adm. William M
Fechteler, Chief of Naval Oper-
ations, agreed to abide by it.
Vinson added that dispersal ot
shipbuilding Is "an essential ele-
ment of our national defense."
Before acting, the committee
also adopted an amendment to
broaden an existing ban on
leading, selling or giving away
Navy ships to other countries
without Congressional consent.
The ban previously covered
In addition to the super car-
rier and atomic submarine, the
building program includes four
prog:
rs, a
Military Drive
For Red Cross
Funds Increasing
Inc., will be held promptly at 8
6m. tonight night in the pent-
ou.se atop the Atlas Brewery.
Gordon Dalton, president of
the local chapter, has returned
from an extended vacation dur-
ing which he vfslted a number
of spebsqsa groups in the
Eastern U. S.
He plans to tell about the
royal reception the Sarasota
Chapter extended him when he
visited there.
Another matter of vital Im-
portance to every member will
be discussed, an announcement
said.
The military drive for mem-
berships in the American Red
Cross resulted in an additional
$1.285 being collected during the
past week. The contributions to
*m.rt?aP date in the Panam Area of Ca-
ca"ribbean Command total $8,658,
Panama Rotary Club
a spokesman for the Joint Mili-
tary Red Cross Committee said
today.
Two additional military units
have reported achieving 100 per
cent membership. They are the
United States Air Force Mission
to Veneiuela, and the United
States Navy Mission to Peru. The
Air Force Mission reported an
average collection for each mem-
ber of $9.
Reports have been received
from the Chairman of the Antil-
les Area, Caribbean Command
Red Cross Committee, to the ef-
fect that the campaign there has
resulted In collections totaling
. $14,509. This brings the Carib-
Regular weekly luncheon of aben command total to more
Panam Rotary Club will be held than $23 000
in the hotel "El Panam" tomor-
row at 12:15 p.m. Theme of the
The American Red Cross objec-
(NEA Telephoto)
TV TRIO Margaret Truman, the President's daughter, re-
heprses for her second television show with comedian Jimmy
Durante (left), in Hollywood- Eddie Jackson (right), one of
Durantes old partners, joins in this dance routine which
leads Into a new song entitled "Truman, Jackson and
Durante" that Margaret sings.
p.m.
meeting will be "Rotary Educa- tive ln the Caribbean Command
tlon," what Rotary means and this year is to achieve 100 per
what it aims to accomplish, with cent membership within all mi-
Past President David C. Robles lltary organizations. Many units
being principal speaker. I within the Command have re-
Special invitation Is extended I ported this week that they are
.to all Rotarians who may be vis-very close to reaching the objec-
ting in Panama. tive.
marine, two Improved Tang
class submarines, 473 mphlbi-
our landing craft, 30 mine war-
fare ships, three patrol vessels,
four auxiliaries and 34 service
craft.
The conversion program in-
cludes two Essex class carriers,
two cruisers and six escort ves-
sels.
The nation's first super air-
craft carrier, the U.S.S. Forrestal,
or higher.
GIVE!
Last year Red Crass Motar
i Service volunteers spent 1,48$,.
190 hoars driving 10.794.19
miles to provide Red Cross ser-
vices and supplies in times of
need. Help keep these mes-
sengers of mercy of the road In
your community and through-
out the nation by contributing
generously to the 195* Rei
Cross Fund campaign.
A special meeting of the Pe-
dro Miguel Civic Council has
been called for tomorrow night I trols had a "gentleman's agree-
at 7:30 p.m. in the movie hall, j ment" with Belgian smugglers
Discussion and vote on the to engage in mutually profitable
roposed re-organization by- "zebra trade" which under an
ws of the Community Chest
laws of the Community
Is to be taken. All officers, re-
sident-members of the Council
are expected to be present at
this meeting.
alleged arrangement provided
for the customs guards to seize
one truckload of illegal goods
for every three they allowed to
pass.
I'm
all for
Eno's
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I APA Directors Arriving Here
Ifs good for the liver!
TOM WALLACE,
honorary president.
ANDREW HEISKF.I.L,
Life Magazine
ALBERTO GAINEA PAZ,
La Prensa, Burnoi Aires.
JOSHUA B. POWERS,
UHki' Fr*H Stcviet. t*
A giau of sparkling ENO'S first thing in the morning is good for the
liver. It clean the head in no time. The wonderful effervescence is
cleansing and refreshing to a stale natty mouth. The non habit-
forming laxative action keeps the system regular. ENO'S a pleasant
* *ke and in its action it is gentle yet quickly effective. A real
numly remedy. Keep yourFruit Salt' bandy I
Eno's
Fruit Salt'
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JOHN S. KNIGHT,
Miami Herald.
THOMAS KERNEY,
Trenlen Tssms.
ANGEL RAMOS,
a Juaa.
FARRIS FLINT
MSB Faatarw Syndicate.
Officers and directors of the Inter-American
Press Association have begun arriving for the semi-
annual meeting of the board of directors starting
in Panam this Friday. Below are eight of the pro-
minent members who wi)l take part in the discus-
sions.
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