The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01467
 Material Information
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: 1925-
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]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
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
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01467
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warned Russia's. remier Josef Stni today that the
SStates ha eloped a hydrogen super hq a
andn "11 l for your regime and your d!
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Sin hk farewell State of the Union mesaag. ft
gms, Mr. Truman said the recent H-bomb to$s at
wtak ushered i a new era of destructive pe."I
A" neia "capable of creating explosions mW
..nitude, dwafing the mushroom
..- is thing I would say to Stoli," Mr. I"
map said, "Y6u claim belief in Leni's -proplcy that
stag. inme .deveopment of CommuMist ci Vty
be wir itween r world and outs.
war r. tdhonged its shape wad its dWbi
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save nin for yer regime-and iv htmeaid."

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4ed ate by ItaelieVd tbhs new measure snet re v9awofwhit he about us," Mr. Trumana
t dpigned to isolate tpN t the ry great" accom- "We can be sire. boe i
ha n Ifroa ihis a srehlhopric which-he plishments of mh administration tha r u le rs of the
se the onwaleinAS h bee practlcaly ran g and 'defense ft- policies, both world will.1 t change thekr
atly. deqite the government's b on domestle and foreign. oble tives lightly or soon.
ta: who h%4 xftpablW' appeances bynn Wr sent. his farewell! '."Thl! nma tens there is ahe4
._rif. ad, wo of~ sa rheha ce. b ryr Thzan sent, his frwie us a long hard test of
g. "I ai i ndt. ohe oa16 aesp aon In o ad us by clerks i tinn dthee i a I
Shave bnac was sentenced to 16 to ad enate nd stamina. between the
in pon by the tiead of dellviv It in person ., m
iinneinnk In 1946 for his war- before a joint S aas he has
,1 mb aewite dbut wasreleased dIaste n put ySo.-
w o ir five yen on condition he an r,,e r r on -the H- US Machinist ;L
waud not assume his archepis- bomb, and Its awesome implica-
a" w -- visitors who saw th end or his u a r O re ks Alnkle
abliStpis last Sunday reported he address. "Lc .tL
was rapidly recovering from an While he never referred in so On Lock verhead
operatic n and again saying mas- many words to a bydr en bomb, An American machinist it 0
es, pe rfWrmlng weddlgs and he naade 10 meaning abundant- locks overhaul division b
celebrating other rites in his ly cla r when a that the Injured Mond y when, lb"
parish chueh. recent "terInOuclear tests at from a astfolwing 1 feet
It is not yet, kno*nb howbei Enlwetok ed the beginning the ground was still In
S card l '1blgal will be delv- of "anotibr stage In the world- Hospital to.ay suffering t5&
erpd o bm Vaticane repre; -tshaking development of atomic fractured ankle.
n sent aes were expelled last n nery" The nared man
Li nthe when Yugs"a broke He renewed his plea for effee- ron, 44, was involved in
I yiS te rea* with the Pl'OP.t Live InternamUonal contkol.of ato- r orted locks overhaul I"
CIe oweer tepinac's eardinalate mic ehet'y. and suid both Rus- allee the work st a e.
wl be auoatic after the Vat1- 3la an thie United States must Te accident occ B .i
a- I c rysJan. 12 whether member that neither aide can the bulkhead of one ofe
She attend the ceremonies or not win mre than a "temporary" ter wall culverts which wa s
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r \V A Nunn May. the British scientist
Sho gave Russla vital atomui
o -- secrets, declared: "I myself
The Mail BoS ai an open torum 'lo readers ato The Ponie Am.,. think I acted rightly, and I be-
ken. Letters are received grateful, and are handled an a wholly ionfi l'.ve many others think so. too,"
Iontl manner. iThis is an amazing statement
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient at it doesn't appear the though not a urprising one,
aset day. Letters are published m the ardi received s t hince May never had shown th
Please trv fc, keep the letters lImated to qnePosge iingth slightest hint of remorse or re-
Please try Ic keep the letter. l.mcd *o n 009. h, pentance while in prison.
I identity at letter writers is held in stricte:t confidence penance wh
t This newspaper assumes nc responsibility oi istateme-ri aoi opinions A lawyer speaking for May
:e4Q ed in letters Irom readers atthe time of his trial I 1946
I " 0 said the scientistlsided strong-
'BOQI'ETE Bt'GLE ly with the view held by some
rOA-.p P OitGLE other scientists "that if they
1 4 -jris.s me every time I go to Panama City, the number discover aMmething of benefit
0who read this Boquete Bugle. Primarily, Isuppose, is t's -..,, they a uder
t Oellte0 spot it gets THE MAIL BOX COLUMN. Secondarily,. olisation to see that it i used
t dhtfitle I borrowed from yvur letters which everyone enjoyed. or' mankind and not kel t for
as t-1ch many years ago. Be it as it may. I have come to the any country or people.
icbBaglon that many people are interested, In our little town nd A noble exprsin of high
1w6U e to know it better but that-there exists 5 hesitancy be- A o ble edx Ten of hi R
ca a tiey know no one.here and don't know where to tbein urposindeed. Tne only thing
Con qently I am making a standing pflfer to answer all letters I ronith ft is that ittalm t no
addressed to me seeking Boquete Information, rl find time a ount days w he realities orof o-
answer thoroughly especially if my new secretary turns Out to'be May ws not dealng with a
efficientt. She should. she sa Balboa H.S graduate. life-May was not dealing th
Xmas has come 'and gone We had plenty "bajareql' and life-giving ser um for all the
that's the closest anyone In Panama gets to a White Christl.a. %stA medical .ote- alIties-
Every year there are more Christmas trees and bigger nacimien- some already raized-of ato-
tos. Mrs. Chi Noval of the Marquesita usually has the nicest qe, micwas giving away the secre
taking up most of her store's Iloor sDace and using very fine ml- b He was giving away to the most devastatecret
nature status. basic to the most devastating
Early next month we aie having the first graduation of the weapon man has ever con
local high school the Instituto Doraz. It is reason for much ceiLed.
personal pride since we helped get it started several years ago. We may all lament it is
It has run on its own ever since It began. Never has it received necessary in a world of hostile
one iota of government help. However, we are all very worried forces to turn the clientists'
because it has been running on a mere subsistence level and It discoveries to destructive use.
(do you know. wtn a mere subsidy of. say. $200.00 a month tone pretend this not so.
professors salary all oui worries would be over. Let us hppe, May attitude, representing
:then, for a miaclef one scientist viewpoint, utterly
Have been seeing minn\ red and white ,i.e. Canal Zone 11- ignores the fact that the iocur-l
ceense plates around these pasts lately. And you know, it worries ity of nations-the fact the free nation
~ihe to think that these visitors etc not deriving complete Boquete -is deeply involved when men
benefits. Consequently. the Lion's Club. which seconds as a C. of begin passing freely to all
C., will put this to consideration during their next meeting. ples scientific information that
Saw Mrs. Vera Elliot the other day. She had just returned spells weapoi of colosal power.
lfrom weden via N Y. She expects to open the Hotel Pahamonte Such data cannot, properly
S15ith. In the meantime sne 11 be getting ready for the be regarded, as private
"Dpossession of the an
__- Frnlando "Doe" Tapia. scientist, to be disa he
sees fit. .
2' hele are many w iWn which
Ai men .ieek coulsciloiy .oar othei-
wise to put themeiltab- Ave
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ALBANIA, the area once referred to by alnston Churchill as the
'- "'soft underbelly of Europe" is still a soft spot in NATO's plan
to assure the defense of the Mediterranean Sea. This tiny (10,631..
Si ni.,) land on the Adriatic remains R,'ssia's eyes and ears on the
: iterranean. Its'mountainouis terrain has few resources of any
S-ortrance, but it Bay of Valona, protected by the Sovlet-fortlled
.Ibland of Saeno,eoul4 be one of the largest naval bases in the area.
Adlbnia has been the scenee of many convicts with Turkey, the
"al.an states and Italy for many ye- 3. Part of the Turkish em-
ire, it became an Independent principality in 1912, was invaded
y.-the Serbs in 1913, independent again in 1917, a republic from
192 to 1928 when its present. Ahmed Bey.oga, became King .
Zog I. He fled in 1939, and Albania was overrun by the Axis until'
1944. A pro\ Liional government was established by the West with
the understanding that free elections would be held in 1945. The
Relds, through strong-arm methods, won the election and Albania
was proclaimed a "peoples" republic in 1946. Another country had,
fallen behind the Iron. Certain. Sovietization was immediately
s tarted with strict sccuty. *lbreet. Subfnarine .pens were built
at Saseno and arfil at the cpia f 'tiana. In 1951, Albania's
t1ughm5to 12ain when O to rdevls but .viet-led troops squelehed
thatg 1 f AHter theti'r19 ,an General rnvr hexa was deunti
*1as I p i of athe gI l eal Lbenr s Movement, the sole party reat
cb&pe.bShinu, a Soiet fai -vtieak ,iover.. He imnnledatlyI
str f strict diciplinary meature,- gon.t'. "enesaie of. thel
taJ nkIn eAlbaniar closer to the SovlietUonk In the "cold wars

er ll -lgel b Ni IsNM bnen. oi dtin I
iaa for h jwe inet te esheidor oraea
Be, to be iued through Oret ss bals uring he
0 Year of 19S. 'The special crown, largest metal mmltary
retain's currency, will be oe special ltert to a
SQispn iaabeth U Is presented as being o horseback,
-I- n Isol- e te Gtb dl. iard*.

set oneself up as a u itat .,jdge
of what to do %lth Information
of such obviously great military
The only proper judges of
that are a natlonW' hirhetI
civilian and mWtary authoril
ties. The decislos they make
on that seeoe are their -moe
Ietal. No seientiet, however
nnt, ha any right to
Sndteromand those deeisions.
He Lu not Just a Klcientit.

He Is also a citizen, with the
same rights and duties, the
same mstraint4 of laws, as any
other citizen.
May's statement seems to, sug-
gest .-ie sees himself and other
scientists as vehicles for a high-
er rooral law that takes orece-
6nce- over the civil law of his
or aiy other country.
Let the philosophers discuss
the moral law. It needs ho
philosopher to demonstrate that
May's faqtastie assumption of
personal reaspnsibility for the
welfare of All mankind has
placed free men everywhere in
the gravest danger.

!nvelloated UN

Offical Reslns
7 (UPi-David WIntraub, high-
ranking United .NatIons otAt l
who has been a target of f-S
ernment investigations of- sub-
versive activities at the U. N..
has resigned it was announced
'Welntraub has been director
of the U. N.'s division of econo '
mic stability and development
U. N. SecretTr %e. Tne
,Lie aeceW r rf -
I the Po -boR, -
i Weintraub from his $1iaj60 -
year post.,
Thie rsignation followed a'i-
port 4o the House Ju ictsar
Commlnttee Ipat wees that Wdln-
traub teas Been the subject of
43 derogatory FBI reports over
a seven-year period.
Wi1ntiaub submitted his re-
signation in a letter. "to avoid
causing the United Nations any
embarrassment and at the same
time keep myself free to take
such legal steps as I might, find
necessary to protect myself
against the continuing attacks
2..1A Ste.a.a..Mn. "

; "The l iasations being made
are ," he wrote. "I have said
this to you and, under oath, to
a grand Jupy and a Senate sub-
Weintraub a former- official
of the Unite Nations relief and
rehabilitation admlnistratln.
was born in Kosloy. Poland, mse
clme to the United States in
1921. He was naturalized in 3Mi.
The Justice Department tod
the Judiciary Committee lit
Tuesday that the deroator re-
porfi on Weintraub had b
made between Jan. 21, IMS and
Nov. 12. 19M2.
The U. N. official immediately
ea s deals made i3n
oath ore New t
d Jury and the Senate I*.
t security -i.
tiat he was nw or h- Vi
been "a Commnst r a
under Communist h ,.tl
se was me of 11 U. NM. tal
members.n whqm s0 Stao pV-
partet had md
comment.." but w j ,
refused to firs because e5
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* WASHINGTON.-I can't understand why the
Federal Trade Conmmission didn't invite me and
my bgI, Emnm A to its conferences on chlorophyl
as a pr6dubt to make this the best sM ,"ng of all
possible worlds. .
We are experts on this subject. Particularly
Emma. She does not like the stuff. Me. I oan
take it. or leave it.
The government claims that some inkers of
chlorophyl have been too danger enthus c
about the ability of their product to dnle every-
body. Emma Included, smell sweet.

Some rival manufacturers of nai gIeen
mouthwash simultaneously have beesadlerti..
Ing that chlorophyl Is a fake. TheV.lloint:svt
that grass contafnli more chlorophvl than any-
thing else. Goats eat grass. The3 still smell like
goats. **
This. according to the trade commissioners., s,
confusing to us customers. So the manufturerts.
of chlorophyl pills, pastes. ointmenta and Inner
olies for shoes, to name only a few. aboint to
be ordered here to do some iexplaiig and .e
monstrating for the record.
Emma and I' even if asked at this-Jate
Wll be delphted 1 appear as friend of iJ-
court. Emmt Is a lare ooodla with ,a ate
tolor coffee spd cream pnd nvla' i.t i
M. hen he's hbed a bath anl the
hSFw S b she does na't sell at a"ll.
- gqame, whMqihe'i been easing uktank.
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I give her a little
the medicated 'pDm .

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Deal With Spain

By Peter Edson '

WASBIINGTON-(NEA)-An end to the long- admit the liner "Independenee."
drawn-out negotiations with 2l Caudglio 'ran- The second point Ambatsador diffias makes is
olsoo Franco for American -naval and air base that Franca told Admiral Sherrngh that "while
rights in Spain is now authoritatively said to be Spain tid not desire to be a member of the 1(oth
in alght. But the wind-up may not come before AtJantic Treaty Organization, she would be wil-
the Eisenhower administration takes ovrr in g with praper Amrian a
Washington. uon heA l all the lot a-
These negotiations in iatrid have been going natioqin ee of ttac '
off and on for over a year and a half. Thetnime Ambulaader OrIffgi etnI4 tha t 1i4 'of
has seemed unnecessarily long. IPTWO's as the nhturs Itude
But it is pointed out that other similar negotia- takel hel were l i for' a
tions have taken even longer. The arrangements ktile that he w-
for North Atlantic Treaty air bases in In '
are still incomplete, after some ,thrgt y.oT ,. *,
dickering. on nrt
Negotiations with Geueral Franco's govern- new e cane i i
ment really began when the ljte Adl. Fortest- Thre ve been no of I
Sherman vis ted Spain in July. 1951. AdiraI on these vegotiatton. tho
Sherman was able to dictate his report before lie, frolmi Ma id havettben, ariwvt "te'- t l
died of a heart attaok soon after, in Nzi thNre wap difficulty In getting S to
The content of Admiral Sherman's r t has assume, anvyreot lMltle for -roi n de-
been i closely guarded military and diplomatic fense. in exchan~yfbr aild given to a bythe
secret. It occasioned considerable aurplnse, there- United'States. .
fore. when the substance of this report turned ,
up In ex-Ambassador Stanton Oriffls' book, Aceordin to Ambassador Ofrfla. however
"Lying in State." This was an angle overlooked Prane voflit'iy told Admir l Sherm tat
by most of the book reviewers. ther woul no 4uustar ogAiurogZrS

As ambassador to Madrid. Griffis attended the
Interview between Franco and Sheruan. The
only other person present was the official in-
terpreter. the Maraues de Prat.
According to Griffis. lFranco sild "directly and
witlSut rqserve" that he would be willing to
negotzlat for American use of Spanish naval and.
air bases.
Franco pointed out. lio*ever. that thjqre would
be little use in granttl ghese privileges unless.
there was parallel Amein economic ilsaistance
to make these bases more efficient. -
This first important point Is now being taken
as an Indication that the Spaniards have been
driving a hard bargain on American financing of
Spanish harbor and air Wbse moderniltion. -
j'st how much work has to be done here Is
Indicated by Ambassador Griffis' revelation that
when he first came to Spain. a deeper channel
had to be drededr in Its best harbor at Cadiz to

Spani h Army's ef
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minded." -- ] .., .;"
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1orta IonR iat H, at
ural riservation a4 n ranco to
Thia ollinx of len on a: the
man 'as may provide the most lprAtti
yet on what to e.kPe',ul the new U. t-Spudla
agreement. .
Or. if the terms.gim. out different fro what
Ambador Gfb ha indloeft.ted. Jt.7M be
da evideftoe, of a 4l'lr e cla W ind
somewhere alen thbe.wayl .the pastWat and
a half.

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WASHINGTON.-It was just a
speculatUgs as to whther one Dw
would not be i M itddlit for Presll
Republican imanu~ rg re frantic
announce_ 1~blilr that le was a ce
finally It wa jus t year ago
---then Idemli d onlt '-=t "lady I
hbwer to pike a poblio statement 0
It wt 3i p.m. Paris tufite on ti
she the lady in a red hat., pulld i

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SSt ns Peace ProtestationsPresd'
SPeace Pr beaver "bPil dodger"
Jan. '7 (UP)-For- cannot for the present see an reference to Yugoslavta must him "keep a cool hhmi
dob' f ea Anthony Eden early end to the fighting In Ko- work with any country which summer."
.. ... zligh. he could see no rea. will contribute to peace even The gift from
S-e PJ'the Korean war and And this also remains true. I though it may not agree with Lawton. kia. w
Fj" U. U the sincerity of So- can assure yon all that we will the country's political system. Re. Victor W ha
Sad Josef Stalin's ex- go on working for an armistlee 31 Nationalism in the Middle Ok.) darin a
e to help end the on terms" tat protect our pri- East made It very difficult to the White House. -M
.HT^' Ay .Ih.May, Ja. :I sBor,3ra of war and the principles bring tho, countries into a Truman was mighty
a nationwide bread- for which the Umnited Nations collective defense pact in that the gift and advised
i--nn J O P affairs, made an stand." area. but he Is hopeful that about packed up d seW
SAleoflatim2,41 -t 1. 3t attack on Rus- Of other parts of the world agreements may be reached Ro home." ,
#Fnextz liwes, calling Eden adi d: with Iran over oil and wfth
I O.r d in b: populated by 1) The "future of Europe" de- Egypt over the Sudan. W M
,D rift. JIUDWr dl.> mma1 pends on the success of ratifkca- 41 The danger of war has re- World C ub(M8s
t low vurhe bf'rdid" treason ,ion by France and Germany of caded-the Identical expression The World Club wll
E $6 Oi On m AT M *A" -ald he feared the European defense commun- used by Churchill in a ship- January meeting Prldm _
' i AbMy O" ." tt* be open- ity treaty to put tbh.?r armed board interview in New York-| at the home of Mr. and
n, Vur Fav oriltse abs like forces in one army. but It is because the West hasR. Vosburgh in Balbo at
1, .r. .1) That Britain in an obvious grown stronger, p.m.
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.sat. ..o ,e got to s ee this A store s known,

Sin0. B. VIi n ocnu a moment longer here nd get double
be ta ocalri 1 . He l the plan for prisoner as nce of qual-
tnnnted ttht d r hePKorean alue
by. seas r t i fethe bass forf onr eosy terms, toot
o5k ub m .9W e ountrieetohs Aap- e our larg section
,,Nt h ", hesaid."But the by di:30eeo yit Salon the five votes

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d -lWIdonhdue a moment longer here and doul
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Hasvaluable, even if ass reult
..Ithe Soviet relaal, which the
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Dritish-South American Trade rence Farrell; Mr. and Mrs. Ger-
"neline Seen In Past 18 Months aid Geddess; Mr. and Mrs. David
.-WONDON, Jan. 7 (UP) The Gould; Mr and Mrs. Maurice L.
djeline in Anglo-South Amer- Gudradt; 0. I. Hertel; George
an trade during the past 18 J. Hille; Mrs. Margaret M. Howe;
months is reflected in the ac- Dr. and Mrs. Aaron Jacobs; Mr.
4dunts of the Houlder Line ship- and Mrs. Maurice Katz; and,
ping Company published today. Isaac Kellner.
The net profit for 1952 was Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Latham;
495,188 pounds sterling compar- Mr. and Mrs. Hugh R. Maraghy;
ed with 756,799 pounds sterling William R. Parker; Mr. and Mrs.
for the Drevious 12 months. Donald Pedersen; Dr. and Mrs.
The report which is to be pre- Roberto Quesada; Benjamin
rented to the general meeting Rossett; Joseph Rothman; Mr.
dn Jan. 28 states that owing to and Mrs. Morton Salomon and
the continuing uncertainties of son Steven; J. B. Sharcot; Mrs.
the South Ameiican refrigerated Katherine Spencer; Michael W.
cargo trade, the directors have Stadtlander; Dr. and Mrs. Her-
considered it prudent to enter bert Steinman; Mrs. Avis Sten-
ito time charter arrangements gel; Miss Grace Wayrick; and
for a period of years with oil in- John Wayrick.
te.rats for a new 18,000 ton

deadweignt tank steamer. ___
The full Implementation of
the new Anglo-Argentine trade
agreement will result in profit-
able employment of the various ,._ .
fully refrigerated vessels special-
ly built for the trade, the report We-
:usaid. ,ON N ,ID
Houder'r fleet consists of nine ..IA O O Slt
vessels toalling 96,484 tons dead-
weight. The total refrigera"ed By OSWALD JACOBY'
space is 1,85,646 (M) cubic feet. Written for NEA Service
The report said shipihents of
meat from Argentina to the NOTH 2 i0
United Kingdom have been very 6KQ87
small in recent months, but the V Q 8 3 v. M. u.. I. o .
heavy prospective losses have Q62 ,co 1s02by E A S .o i6
been Minimized by the employ- A 102hi h
meant of soae of the ships in the WaST 0EAST (D) "Turn his high c
Am tralasian trade. 62 6 54 to des
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shipping companies in general K J 7 A 10 9 4 a diamond, allowing
have. welcomed the conclusion 4675 6KJ94 with the nine.
of the anglo-Argentine trade SOUTH The defenders wer
agreemeL I A J 10 9 3 no hurry. to tackle
;mtly refrigerated ships were I A 9 5 Both sides wee right
a ly designed for the River 4 5 since it would have
Plat meat trade, and the British 4 Q 5 3 to begin the suit. Ea
lm bhd a carrying capacity of North-South vul. the diamonds, and S
ibetwen 450,000 and 500,000 tons E eemh West Nerth Declarer next ente
o hfiled or frozen meat a year. I 116 Pass 2 with the ei ht of spa
nnder the ew agreement, P14 14 Pass 24 to ruff out of sp
*ment.Io L -0,C00 tons will Pans 34 Pass 44n to ruff ous dtumm
nll Pass the available Passass ss mond, thus setting t
y only half the available Opening lead-* the throw in.
ng cipacty. However, Opening lead- Lothethrowal led an.
c ping 9ompanis engaged m Loewenthal led a
ping oh inis geggd from his hand and
trade have adjusted their eight from dummy
go t4 the reduced River The recent Metropolitan Bridge able to win with
exports. sed t a t Championships, held in New hearts,* but was then
papers mphasiz reur York, turned out to be a family
regulartrade of the pre- romp for Eddie and Rose Loe-
whe meat shipments wenthal. Eddie won the Mex's
Sn with'clock-like regular- and the Open Pair events
Iom week toweekResrulat with two different partners,
Swee to wee. eula while his wife, Rose, landed
they ray, Is even more i fourth in the Women's Pair
t than oet tonnage car- event and fourth also with Eddie
o. maagersare \ in the Mixed Pair event.
jag rnar agto are\eal of Part of the reason for this
g forward to a renewal o magnificent showing may be C I
S n of seen from the way they bi and
~ 'Arg he played today's hand.
tw i Th ere was nothing timid about FAsT
rds an the bidding, to be sureBddle !mononA
wwbC had to use his bestr rd (Al L
y of BrLtishcar- glassa to find his bl 6thee
fore the war. spades, but Rose didn't need any
special glasses to accept this in- To UnOPIs'
vlitation to game. S.S. Valovnes ....
*vaU for iState West opened the ace of clubs, 10 f tolMDI4, CUI
Fby Wlth 46 Aboard ..and Eddie took the triek Im- S'S. RouenM .
.nl 6 passengers are sched- mediately with dummy's ace for
uIato saal for the States Fr- fear that West had a singleton. ro E AL AMI
day on the panama liner Pana- After drawing trumps with the US. Washingt
ma, according to the advance ace and king, declare led a club PAS- .n wKVICn
paMnger list announced today towards his queen. East hopped es Lbrt .....
at .Balboa Heights. up. with the king and got out
the complete advance pas- safely with another club to de- 4AwoMtvs 'nvIcs
ed'er list follows: clarr's queen. s.s. Or ..
Mrs. Margaret A. Argue and arer's queens. o ..
daughter Janet M.; Miss Charl- The contract obviously de- we*ky Fit cargo
ef Bierbauer; Mr. and Mrs. pended on winning a tric with
Harold Cooper; Mrs. Vera N. de dummy's oueen of hearts, but thane VMBiL
lar ova; Mr. and. Mhs. Theodore Loewenthal was in no hurry to
4. Du Bois; Mr. ard Mrs. Ter- try for this trick; Instead he led

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East to win If he returned a heart, declarer
would let It ride t6 the queen.
e likewise in If East returned a diamond or a
the hearts. club, declarer would get a ruff
it, of course, and a discard. Either way, noth-
cost a trick ing could stop Loewpnthal from
st continued making his'ambi ous game con-
louth ruffed. tract
red dummy
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r's last dia- HARTFORD, Com. lUP) -
the stage for There's such a thing as doing
your work too throughly po-
Slow heart te aid in arresting .Edward
finessed the Ahern, 9. A local drtikbq par-
Y. East was lor missed $50 from- the safe.
the jack of Ahem was employed there as
on the spot. the cleanup man.

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fOr A wbUle. ,Ij d a new
rMptecUve. TUSIte talk of a
&ova In ly and I've act my
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Deannh Durbi's saying slide
doms't want to make another
piovie, but her disooverer, Pro-
ducer Joe Pastenak, is eon-
rincer the gasett lure 1
have her facing a camera again
Tbey hlaveat seen oma -
pther since her return to $K-
o)od frbm Fniml, tbut they
hd numerous telephone c-
srsations and Joe told me. "b
ng. a uck af he wants to swim.
i,.Smebody -cones up wltbf
ood. story-an-d I hope It w
me pi-Deanna will be back on
hbe screen."
JOGB naBt film win be ther
WUams' "Easy of Love" and
he'd beImng: "She has three
te men an of them will

love scene." '
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Jos6 rrae is tl taelk of t
Ltwn for walking paMnd o 4
as the dwrfeid a
tUt, Lautree, ti 1"Mo1 n
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"I don't go out." sexy Barbara
said. 'A wouldn't dare. I've had
enough madines. It may sound
dull. bu Ilt.-u all work for me
from now on."
It's Haumprey Bogart's dough
all the wy the ,.upcoming "To
ealt The Devil" with Sennlfer
Jones under John Huston's di-
rection... Watch out, Mario
LanIa! MOI just borrowed Met
Opera tenor Brian Sullivan's
screen tet from U-L
John Aga'S keeping his Ups
*ai -bout ex-wife Shirley
Temple's anger owv te Wash-
.pube the athat of
Unda in to play about
faires Lmd dve de hs seen
KAwa ftwahd ftwoyearo ex-
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me -%an she leeks more
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* thoriieb that he expected a
; Pis offar Blachord and ma, exodus of officials of thk
movie lawyer Greg Bautzer are Soviet zone seeking asylum ir
predicting wedding ellI. G3rTgthe West to avoid arrest and
,lt wed to Buff Cobb, Just trial.
bought a Bel Air hole with His
aIA aer towels. And Marl Just
gaw him a gold ring. Fort-lfled
S l sen an example for FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)-
the U. .fl Industry in pro- Texas' military antecedents are
mn more adult movies. An shown by the fact that this
Ita an lw is about to be passed city, nine others and one coun-
requiring certain film to carry ty have names beginning with
a "IFr-A t-Only" stamp. The "F L Theother cities are Ibrt
agn imit win be 18. Blls Fort Chadbourne, Swt
S ** Da*, qrt Griffin, Fort AjL-
"I Just .fired my Quplaat, Fort Sam Housto
Sand I el foot-loose an Fort Stockton. The cou
d . s t .ped.

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A kThe famed romantic novel
i the screen's biggest
Technicolor production
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t th' t"rl bw know for many
or I 99p, I ui label Mrs. King
VIdo^.,g algg Mary as
gto let "ridte ."... Astor. In
re tl for several years due
al- to a Iusu Illness, definitely
I draws W e mall but important
role of p tic dive Mary Oar-
S den 1nJ OGrace Moo etory."
a inBcott y's blazing over the
e inuO billing he gets in
the Jane RaNell st4rrer, "MOn-
*8; tana Bawe." is name can
S g. hardly be .Md.
La a
S t f to. "" the femme
. b faw =6 th Pranchot Tone-
ast him out of Tom Neal A has resumed
her filma hi Bollywood-
Us has taken It she's in "Run for the
a "well-adjust- Hills"- t Headlines of
I the new year, 1962 'I duoksl tiovietown's
Sui u of ater-dark a.

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BERLIN. Jan. 7 (UP) Dr.
Leo Zuckerman, former aide to
East German President Wil-
helm Pleck, has sought asylum
in West Germany to aveld be-
ing Jailed by the Communists
on a charge of being a Zionist
spy. a
Western authorities report
West Berlin-three weeks ago
with his wife and two sons.
Zuckerman, who is Jewish,
last Sunday was accused of be-
irg a Zionist spy by the cen-
tral committee of the Com-
munist Pat of East Germany,
which, however, did not men-
tion that he bad fled.
Up until a year ago Zucker-
man was chief of the chancel-
lery which gave him the rank
of under-aecretary, but in real-
ity he was an aide to the Pres-
ident. When he escaped he was
d rector of the experimental
Institute of Potsdam.
According to the committee
Zuckerman tried to force Jews
r the Soviet zone to form a
Wish colony to receive aid
for the "Joint American com.
mission of distribution," which
the committee considers an es-
pionage agency of the United
,The committee considers that
Zuckerman wanted the Jews to
"feel obligated" to "that im-
perialist agency."
The Communist have arrest-
ed Paul Merker, a former
member of the East German
Folitburo, and Kurt Mueller,
a former assistant chief of the
West German Communist Par-
ty, whom they have accused
along with Zuckerman. Merker
Is a Jew, but Mueller I not.
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H ihnl Ato..n, .. din l. k in els, Gromich Santa Clara beach- PROFESSIONAL "e
ffimsebold Wrift Akls*Iisse Aaei.m eo S cottages. Eice boxes. go
FOR SALE-Refrigerotor, 25 cycle, FOR SALE: Dodge 1935, 3 new 2031 Aice C. Z. stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
perfect edition, 5.00. Estu tiers recap, good transportation, 6-441 Gombo 4-567 Pedro It COSS fl Ore to protect o? r
diante Street No. 150, Apt. 1, in '$125.00 cash. 334-K, Pedro Mi- SALE Sa1 tify COcretoe oHa
the back, first floor. guel, anytime. Casino Santa Clara. annce Ca music by
FOR SALE :-Bedroom set, excellent FOR SALE-1950 Studebaker Chin- MisCellaOUnetl Casino Aces. No reservations n- b prase ft
condition. Phone 3-4165, from pion 15,000 miles. New pamt, cye. Sturdy nd Sunday. W
11:00 a. m. to 12:30 p.m. radio, plastic seat covers with S- FOR SALE: 16 VDC 2 cycle cesury. Saturday and Sunday.. With
W tires Excellent condition. Coll transformer. First $50.00. Phone Houses on beach at Santa Clara, also SN 0 W C
FOR SALE:-Diningroom tablewith Cristobal 3-1706 5 to 7 p.m. Coc Solo 8584. Cerro Cmna. Phone Shrapnel, SNC EM
-2 Cerro. $ Cam00n Phone erh oa os]ce =ot
FOes4-635. FOR SALE: Gentle young geldine albo 1389 or see caretaker. D tle and durable have r
Bookcase. Phone 4-506. FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 88 in horse, complete with saddle and PHILLIPS Oc d Cottages. .Te Aptit fo
FORS-ALE:Radio Philco and rec- good condition. For information bridle, $60.00. Call Tel. Gomboa only court in Santo Clara with en A k f soropr 0 1 br
ord player. Co. Delvale Henri- house 334, Pedro Miguel, or phone _105. Oceanvlew from all cottages. Steps c thc t ls
quez, 8th St., B Avenue. 4-635. ____ PANAMA CANAL COMPANY to beach. Rock Gas, refrigerate" GEO. F NOVEY INC. a
FORSAL:- Coldspot refrigeratora- OFFERS PUMPS AND PARTS barbecue and shuffle board.' Pan-F.NOVEY INCi
FOR-SALE: -- Coldspot refrigerator, FOR SALE-1950 Chevrolet 5 pas-A OF F OR MSALD" PAT M7" P O"
9.4 cu. ft., 42 lb. freezer. 2 yea singer coupe. Phone Navy 25- FOR SALE ama 3- 1877, Mrgarita 3-1673. oetr Av
old. Quarters 530-D, Cocoli. 3119. Sealed bids, for opening in public, Box No. 435 alboa. Tel.-8-014.
.R.LE.--enr Eltief- FR AL-5-- Chevrolet 2Dr.will be received until 10:30 A. M., Williams' Santa Clar Beach cot-ee
OR SALE:--General Electr.ic reLi FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 2 Dr. Janua ryl6, 1953, for pumps on toges. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration. te Cu
gerotor, Mgic Chef, stove. i Sedn, with Power Glide, new car Parts located at the Balboa Store- Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050. E
new. No. 20, East 51 St. 3-2878. coniodition, under 10,000 miles. house. Excess Sole Circular No. 33 O O
FOR SALE:-Frigidaire refrigerator, May be seen at 1524-C, Govilan may be obtained from the office of FOR RENT of M
25 cycle. 8 ft. Like new. R2-B, Area, Balboo or call 2-3269. Superintendent of Storehouses, Bol-Iasat eIo f iant,
Rousseau. FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4-door se- bo, telephone 2-2777. HoUs0 sH ieob armn n
FOR SALE:-9 ft. Westinghouse re- dan, good tires, radio. Good con- Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re- FOR RENT--Colon large house 3 or -
frigerator, 25 cycle. Good condi- edition, $725.00. Monthly $42.00. ceived in the office of the En-
tion, all porcelain, $150.00. 531- Tel. 83-6161. House 2044-B, Cu- gineering and Construction Direc- baths, small yard with barbecue01 2
D, Cocoi, phone 4-230. rundu tar, Panama Canal Company, al t, unfurnished. Cell Coco olo
FOR SALE:-Refrigerator 25 cycle, FOR SALE 10:00 a. m.. January 22, 1953, ... C "St .t A
Westinghouse, 9 cubic foot, porce- and then publicly opened, for fur- F T A
loi side and out. e 5.00.Hon5 e MotorC -nishing oll plant, tools, equipment. F R R ENT. a me
R-6- Rousseu. Pone 25-3468. labor, services, and materials, and .
FOR SALE-Leaving country. House- FOR SALE: 51 Cushman Motor- for performing aoll work for Re -* AApfou"r u-lpa&ck antd eorte Oe OV the now
hold furniture: livingrooe, dining- scoter model 54.Call or see after pairs to Baffle Piers, Spillwayof ALAM A APA NT on. a n b
room, kitsIen utensils, refriger- 2 p. n. at 101-C, New Cristobal, Gatun Damrat GatCanalone. A
ato s stove, dishes. Everything or phone 32913. Forms of proposals, specifications iv m fum d and 2 P
in ood condition. Tel. Panoaa 3- FOR SALE: Triumph Speedtwin and fuli particulars may be ob- unfurnished. opoatents; Private on- World
4052. moto cycle 500 cc. Excellent condi- toined from the office of the Con- Clo d gardens 8061. 10th str**t. eld
tion. House 1544-B, Balboa. Tel. tract and Inspection, Division. New Cristaobea. ?eephone Colon*
OR o SALt 2-1758 Room 336, Balboa Heights (Tele- 1386. su E|
iOR SAL-phone. 2-3739 o r 2-2698). Spe- O
Real E, ate WANTED cifications and drawings will be FOR RENtEALRS IN
FOR SALE:-$900.00 cash plus for- MiaD lanenn set. Deposit wMl be forfeited if Room J41 AL
ty-month mortgage will buy two- specifications and drawings ore not FOR RENT furnished room for
bedroom, furnished cottage at WANTED: Large, unfurnished or returned within 40 calendar days b R ENT: Furnished room for Tel I 1 am
Santao Clara Beach. Tel. Balboa 2- semi-unfurnished house or apart- after opening of bids.b achelor. Espora, 3 houses W S dd
3050. meant for orrth American family. w e a
FOR SALE:-Excellent opportunity: Call Miss Rond mo at 3-0475, 8 to Positin Offered N
Two-bedroom bungalow on 869 -1 Experiened__ _Ia w i(AUSTINma
Exsalesgir fo r large estab I VUW
square meters land. Nice neigh- WANTED: Furnished apartment rlishment.ed Mulesgirl for rge estab O -
borhood. Carl be financed. No for American couple, near El Pan earace and references. For in-AU
middlemen. Tenth Street No. 33, ama. For 6 months. Phone Mr. pterveiwa writeP.M.ili 1i tO
Son Francisco de lo Caleto, Tel. 3- Bates, 402, El Panama. P anamaBx
11 FOR SAL-Small house at'Rio Aba- furnished with at least three bed- contract, must beae .etoo,
\ FO SLE-Small house at'Rio Abo- WA d-N w s sh^ ^^ tb SP^ ra W By Canal Z e man d gth ap
So, 2.200 meters, fruit trees, $3.- rooms. 2 baths, servants( quarters. know shorthand ar d o so. CO. *1 . .
0 will accept $2,200 down pay- etc. for American family perma bookkeeping, U. S. cien prer- a (UP) A t t f
ment. Lots at Rio Abajo, prices: nently in Panama. Write Particular red. Permanent ob. Caa7 (UP)-A le nt for
$900 $1,000, $1,371 with Box 382 Panama. C ulphur, of v ftfportane to
Nuwevo-lot 85 Cts. per meter. Mal- f o, ii large r oom,first work with stenographic knowledge. fort, is roving Successful In the
colin Hall, Dunn's Barber Shop. floor, vicinity Calle Estudiante $1500 weekly. Write to Box 206 W ilds of r butiern Mexico, ear
calm Hall, DunnsBr Shop`e Arica- Ifnearr
No. 1 East, 24th Street room I5. a or Tvol. 0.40.00. 2-3833, Ancon, C. Z. here. ul urs di most
a st t t chemicals 1 Bdustrir of military;A te Cr
Canal Hires 13 New FOR SALE BuhdigOhe Aul r sn n 3., -r 1

n ring December condition sound o Wilh ew NOVo1= oipo m
Boata D cem Merrs Teas, dNewseorkYugowU.Slavi oat000ion
source of sulphur outside the mad bfore d f, tbe*
Miguel. Call P. M. 4373. United States. outside the before th nd th
Thirteen new permanentm- YOR Jan 7 sources aaha. e id
ploys were aded to the Can al Some buildings have a tradition '-The states of TeX14`mnd Louis-They add i d A be the
pDual Claim To. Tide t mI h etes havi
December, in addition to 24 who b~ean the only iare Sulphurpro.
were employed on a temporary r F And that may be why Robert ducingareas u lph.Butr p- ed ,o Ma'frshal and
S bas. iss Indiana Preyer wanted to be an authoraue o the work being done unlt 2e for th B
Seven of these who were given Anearlier tenant ad been a here, Mexe willbe the world's3 by the B
S employment In permanent posi- ai famous ahort-Atory write. ecnd largest sulphr producer
tions were hired in the Unte W US Preyer sent hisa manuscript to by July.I US. 8,c000
tates std the Bother six were U01se8f14 $eo doan o.? hio
emoye locallyand Companj. of .510.lojit i ld 78.00
employed locally frm the INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., Jan. 7 B ton Construction and iloration of which a I

b. Yorkt, pediatr plcan, Health Bu- dcin byte Atn. (e Th p di n plant at San Cin nal, fr mvn nntin to

reau; Walter F. Jennings, New i n legal parlance, the attorney *Virrtnia Kirkus of New York mes the river thisporl i n avia M
wena Grover onor, Mexico, unsettled the question of whch the publishers thought the chase n three oi sulphur e at te

nure, Health Bureau; and Dr. mof t blondes Is "MissMaramon of Indiana-" a day, I r
He H. Ewy, Mayvlle, North Two Indianag o is girdle o claim "Position Unknown,': was the se: .
Dakda, resident orgas Hos the title. Ann acouplier, 20of said ame as "and n the Sky-a A second plat twice as big
vital; dward J. Husum Chicagout f Secretary of Stat e Craw- a ot l beat seller. Theyontbuilt at J Con-
frPrrstIt to th rl e, and soon had A Houston firm, tht Tellepsen coau
annoi wirema, ofEl etrical Di- the state in the "Miss America ba different copa and structon o.,this wibu ll be-
S ision; Norman R. utchion, pageant. Virgin Ann Johnson, written by a difplant at San Crbal, forty t t
alem, Massachusetts, Can In legal parims thnce, the attorney .Virinia rku of New York mth es las t about riveright months po n Y
otigton, e York, toboatgeneral decisionnvolved "Dig-ana n a sedomethiner. Thy checkun whed and In both plants, sulfur will be de
master, wiredgiman Electrical Division; R- "Misst"and overe"nay but left she read the book. he checked de extracted rom xt J wigroundll haven ti'
wen Grover, Sonora, Mexico, unsettled the uestiromon of which her file mbarra a capacthey liquid f 300 tons of sulphur trade u h t
nurse, Health Burea; and Dr. of th blondes s supporter "Ms be- a bt ad about the by Indianas of gallons o sup er- nent
Henry H. Ewy, Mayville, North Two Indlanapolis girls claim "Position Unknown" was the 'ee.,
Perman, resident employers Hird lo- the title. Ann r600er, 2 A same as "Island in the 8ky"-a A second plant, twice as big, *
aly rdng Husum, Ccatw o It's hers becy fili uase he represeation ed book ublianc hed eight yentago wilth be buiwellt at Jly n. Con- Jan. 7 P)

S ots, Decwremer and the positions with Ptate In the "Miss Americaby a different company struocn this t e an President
vision; Norman R. Hutchinson, pageant. Virginta Ann Johnson, Written by a different author, gin in April and is andcted to
thlemy wll M chld aett, Canal A p9, claims that title on rounver The sent the atnews to the last about eistobal the sulphur ed a three-day
lot and William L. RbdOn, u f she represented Indiana In a Publishers. They checked, and In both plants, sulPlhur will be. To '

Sanham, clerk-typlt Housing woDI- "Miss Universde" her colans to done more than steal a book. HAsie will be umpxtracted directly from the undwith a call for
Division; Richard B. Hoard, deray her expenses n e Miss the embarrassment, they liquid form afiver barges thing melted e wee
Locks guard; Jean P. Hummel, America" ohontest by ortersaking th were also tate Penitentary for the by lph fluid so that t can be r ba
Gaily during the last two weeks by filing incorporation papers advance a. i into thet wells dar an)ped Ja
of Decempoer and the positions with ao ns intosea go vessels before t President
they wil Mock Polic are: Marthtoba planed tha this maneuver They learned that Preyer had At San Cristobal the sulphuroced- ed a -dayvl
W am H. Bclerk-typianst, Housinaker, Mould"Jeopardize" her laed that t done more than steal a book. He will be umped directly from the atith call or
ock D division; Rcharnd B. Hoard defray her expeIndiana"ses tit e annot s serving a 15-year sentence In well Into river barges that ke bargebetw
S ocks Guard; eantorboat Hummelh Amerlica" corporatest by makrant i ng exclusivthe OhioState Pententiary for the suphIr fluid so that it bo
r-sintenographer, Engineeringht tommercia endorsements as burglary orer been found atns, two miles ai
That'soallhhydpreiousder nebrought tothist port and pump""
nd construction Bureau; Earl "Miss Indiana." That's why the s oundin into sea in vessels before
SMock Poem Cristobl; Parker assFrzzled the buck to Becom mNun be to bl> -ame.haden the proed
*wMord ha s beent ersamedete vuew"inet esa excepth their m .1r.ii1

Wlas H. Bryant, bolerm e ManaImon, who ruled a t o he whreerwsI n tIe T sameb7 P(oeP- te sae xces ther ba r h
S Locks Division: and Wlam C "Miss Indi Panama," title cannot eri8etomyor, a prety PI- teraira were re.s- dt
r e os a the n ewoesepYo breach Of digntyo. to thhe oer- t th ere.o Trto .
ent",onhe ,e.The nublc knows WluTam Bud- uprriverer SanCrstmbaode talks

ghirme ted 3l875.000 babies to He came to Panama about 40 __a_ _3:30 a.m.
?Sl stleforwi th the Canal organa- Quis G u et crShakel a at sea which cm5 a
I.v e Loui Crash Survivor AdrItic Area In"cideno.tss

eIs erthmus of the death of a old MEXICO CIT Jan. (P) be alon r Rh
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Debut With Win Ovet Kramer

Pabst Defeats' Ba-oma In
A f) "

he Atlantic Tw ht seball and now sponsored by
tE- Ieag* ta I sp Dodge-YR vie for the league lead.:
c WTz m Lest Pet. The Dodge nlpe Is sure to send,
S..... ... I 0 1. their mead amee. Tommy HWuh-
Is .. .* 4 .0 ea, to the hill start off with a
S. .. .. ... ,0 *quicke win. The Pabst starting
r Balbe Beer .. .. 6 1 .a0 hurler has not yet been announc-
ur ed, but with.thwee days rest. Noel
am SRNDA' RSOLTS Obso nmlaMBot back to try
ne .a t, and turn back tf team that edg-
r- MONDAY NIGlM aSULT ed out Pabst for the '99 Twililht
ral&.MrOkl crown. .
he TOMtOOWI GAME In addition, the f ns can look
Sbbst m. C8UB. forward to a .llgglng duel be-
P. a .--- tween the twd padti hitters of
SSun afternoon's scheduled 1952. HugMbs and Oibso. both
K Qner between ~l and Powells hitting pitcher. It either of
,. W all ed off because of wit these two pitchers are not given
su ds. Monday night was ofl- the startlag aW lnment. both
m igh E t. ofthe At- will be lne1t. t ithe line-up for
SpBaseb&iH Lege adds f o .--.V i the ou
tor ve field m fo Gibs o at
dfli M st' first badle P abst M
." o N.1' a l wo Nl The boeGbb oo e
- 04two-htter an"Pb .. 2aht.- .AD U HPO A E2
Md a tesy reoe esrod. as .r3 2 1 3 1 000
old Halk, If . 3 2 3 0 01
M. ter the first shutout victory of Albea". .. 5 21 5 0 1
r toseaMo over e habeao Beers.o baoap. 3 13 i 0
10 to 0. Ja" tulMo. cf 5 t1 1 1 0 1
4b ghtfhrtewlnnerm Noel pltdti-aaso. I. .. 4 2 o
1 ed no-hit.bij fo sixlings.JtfAchtdeityrf.. 5 1 O 0 0 o
s. wa not unt.ithe seventh, when .- -
RIC1on'a 1 S ounder hit ba -D Totai .. . .37 10 3 91 5 4

S r a base hi. EnocbhHooer tel- MArt, O.rf 4 0 2 0 0
i l L e mea hit for Bper. L..'et 1 0 0 2 1 1
,- W o0 o 0 0 0 0

fe**or thee a( iewtw 1b-L. I..1 O 4 4 0 0
Stal B. l_,. past mam- der,b. . 3 0 0 0 1 1
k xer._dtpied wHem's work Poolep-lb... 2 0 0 1 1 1
I plat e thk #,iae record. l. .. 1 0 0 0 0
*""' 3 tn g. 2 B 0 2 2 1
Sbab n elInaMlsixg Champs obinso, c 2 0 1 9 3 '
Thua Pretto. p . oooo0 0 0 0 0
Hoov.. Hoe... Ib. 0 1 0 0 2
Tomorrow" ntght the two "arch - - -
Gt rtvabs of the 152 season, Pabst Tota. ... .34 .' 2 21 9 l

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LiaMIlnR t COnlOflth P0n1,
LUeuteaMx Gov~fima 0* the 1sf'a

Lou Hibtas (2r0) gve. up
on)y three base hit and wo free
ed Jordan (1-1) vent all the
way for the Atro club allowing

. anu. ... in the fourth ltch
Sunday eshedule (CAA) with a m -ple in the
at Oronance vs. tW a
;."^ 7Theb W score .-
Nur1ance vs. r ieaIst Irsn... 13 3 i
8 a ComptmOm, I .. .- .... 2' 0
Sina va. Ideal McArturf .. ... o 1
T lftup e r., 2t .. .. 3 0 1
us.y e.V .. .. .. .. a 0.
before u p ,m49 3.: 4 & 3
nits Dun .... .. .... .. 0 1
Scout ter. s .... 4 0 1
aa lg BSouts Smith, O.,lb .. ...... 3 2 1
SA.. Catle.l h ..- .... .... 1 1 0
I iB ll-ows: coaov r, rf .. .. ..... 3 1 1
--,No -"
Naval CA A b hN
ldneslay, Diamond Johes.'.. as.-c ... ... i
vs.AmiyIJod ...: 1
uk2nd. 2: Army j's>... r .
.: c ~f f.. . ..... s .
iy, lami ndeNo. r p o. cft-u...... 3 0 0
.ev-. O Mvlord- Mo c-lb .. .. .. .. 2 0 0
lal. 8: C.L.O. va. Witu ........ .1 0 0
S" m I- HohRt..lb-cf ..... I 1 -1
. .tr.110ad No. 1: 111
IOp.la ond o. l: LC.l r rf......... 1/1 0
* DLiaO i No. 2: ..
ti T : Army Totals ........ .. -3 1
seeore ByI 1
-9t MEanMd N. PI.rfnn o.23 o--14,
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LOS ANG--S., San. 7 (V!'1
makingahi WpAptousaeal eblt. OVER STEMPEL IN MAJOR
defeated (hW relog xprfes- BOWLING LEAGUE
ssal --P0 SU lSSk 1ok With Bud Balcer bowling his
firmerEX"mateur Chain second-highest series of the sea-
-4. ".64' a.e.r. em ue S..on with a very strong 1, co.m-
i at a AItorum posed of Individual games of 210,
I W&tan ge tar s e 234 and 247. followed closely by
Ser sdgmrs vi tlrysave farl Harry Colbert with games of 214.
for Australian l alls, for In ..... _..................
the opei oatelh, R Me-
Greor, a M& a his re- i -
feesinald ,ebut' the pre-
metlon aer of lost t ao cic Twi-LUoop
Franelseeo 'ancho" per of
Eua dor la straight se T -i
X er aatiosnalhim Meeting tonight
a tonelght in the same Pre-
The Paeifle Twilight Base-
r i ball ealrue will hold Its final
mee ting before the season
I Fa IItl I League start at 7:3 tonelght at the
Knights of Columbs Hall In
Balboa. All officials and man-
GONIJOS TAUE FA* S CVaI ,R. are rgue.tel to 114apfe
IOPZNR AD lseeo dlecited se-
Sled of there rtun then catc tch Te complete tt of tm rot-
iLeaut Conejos lded out a 5-4 eft must sD be remind.
victory in the le.aue's opener C t The aam. openE Sunday
te Diablo diamond, Monday alt- w VIt adoubleheader a.te
eihoon. Balboa Stadium and a single
Conejo twirler Hinrke allowed I game at the Diablo ball park.
ol, one hit, a singlerbyv Iln-, Game tineo 1 Uj.,
an In the second whF two' "" our ", ,at Items con-
were chalkd up against Ie Ma- cernln them M eag. w be d-
caw's6ruhn, a Winel by Mae used PA Mft meetbar.
Id the third on which Scott cor- lteer b aseban fans are
ed and a Texas leaguer by Blau, am welcome .to attend the
In the fifth which brought Reyes meUnl l.
'a for. th.. tyi. 2 un. ns 'oiled
Macaw leftl.der cody spole
the Cenejo chances to tie uprAnn T Fiw nvO
the ame la the fourth when he I ne ir
Imade a shoestrilnt catch for the -
third out.
With the bases loaded Bruhn FORT AMADOR LADIES
was relieved in the fifth bv Canm- GOLF NEWS
pate, aU newcomer to the loop. t -
but BIau's hit and pinelhitter With the recent holidays rap-
Re' walkc brought In the two Idly. becom.nI a m&nory. or
d e I counters.. nightmare, the Women golfers of
Thursday the Pumas will ben Frt Amador car once again'
host, to the Palomus at the Dia- start lookhit worward to the 1953
blO field at 4:30. season of Thursday Ladles Days.
iT box core: P~l many other extra special
MA WS-la m R r d A tournament days.
M ,.',Sb ..o. L f 1 1
', _It R., b 3 1 t The first Ladles Day is sched-
aCody i .... 1 0 0 3 0uedfor tomorrow. Jn, 8. when
Bruhn -sr .. 2 0 0 0atS30ai_. all ladewwl toeoff
Carln, rf.... 2 0'o,0 0 in a lawM Tuament. Starting
ToTe-l um rf .2 1 0 0 0 also on Jan. a Wl be the Rner
aijeou.. .... 0 0 0 o.Tournamen whh wif continue
Capanatep... 0 0 0 for the U7et two mnths.
414.e......2 "0 t_
WTq. R4'3; 1 i7 S 1 2 mOie -a.0p*IjiIsUWjO
l-.-. ... -& -r uzaua__ atf+.manhuv .m a
TOsl, .-..........17 4 15 ._ .. AoZ.k. .ai t dl prov-
o.- ... r ino4a t beOam Cof ta 0 dtfe women
l0UOS- An i ....o A = 001Vt~p IsthomuA e boa the
IW, usc. .- 2 0 2 0 2 0d rt M mawo Womn's li-hole
ftt8). ......3 1 0 L reo d s t A
Ma2, 1.......2 1 1 9 0 members of te Fort Amador
Roes. R.. Ib.... 2 1 0 4 1 Golf Chib join together in eon-
Hinkle. p .. .. .. 1 1 0 1 ratulain you An In a splen-
flflen. Rich.. of 2 0 O did peruoannaee on how golf
Rog.. 216. 3 0 0 S 2 should be played.
1 1 0 Don't forget our first Ladles
Reye,.,lf.... 0 0 0 0 Day. Jan. S. You won't be able to
--- -- twin them all If you don't play in
Total i4 ,., .. 18;1 _- 5It thethrt one,
The winners of the lat tour-
Bare By nlning namest. Match Play Awainst Par.
*MA 0 1 08 -4 1 1 played Dec. a ,was woc by Mar-
r M 9 0 2 1 "- 2 2 waret Abft and A w is OoQley,
uns lBatted wls who bet Par bV one-w. Agnes
Cody, R. Med. Mae.. nke, C0Cooley also won lw putts for the
Ela. L. Rope., Karned Runa-- day.
Mlmam I. otnelos 4. Left on .

Iua. Stmuckout by-Druhs 5.
Hlnkle 7. Campanate 2. Bases on
alls off-Bruhn 10. ankle 7
i anate Errors--8& le.
!n x P e--SIde. Urn-'
I: Leer and Morton. Time
of Oame-1:5I.

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"Tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. the Pu-.
mas willengag the PaMam in
a game that uosldl sgl the fans
home tltiMgto themselves.
These two'teats were about the
strong Sh in the I last ear
and :, a Ieak t thelr favor
In se or two gamesr could have
taken tm tfag,


n ow.Sat old year has
oneei we are bhonig
have ciwclet the date of the see-
od a 3r of IN.& January
lxA V t l cadhe r s a re-
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S.abw the TA
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* wil be podd by
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attractive finish.

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221 and 07 for 662. the
Garden keglers bowled ever
H. I. Homa team last T
night at the Diablo Hehts I
leys for a three-to-oa nd I
while the Max R. StepehiIS
team was having gitrft
with the 749lat AU SigWa
to drop the decision by till e I
score, thus placing the l
Garden team three points ffid
the former league leading Stoma
Balcer's bowling for the mpaS
several weeks has been Boa
tonal in all respects. Ol*1I Ra
devil his due, he has boiled fi I
208 clip for the past 11
during which he bowled his
703 series, and six series over .
His present average in the le
League is 201-35, while in OM
Classic League his average is ap
even 200.
For Homa. Earl Best had S.*
and Filebark 584. but the ta
was no match for the Atlas bW
with suchhh s oaing bet
made against them.
In the 8tempel-T471st AU a
nal match, theB Stappeieet
oouLn't get going ald 9cM=-
ly defeated themselves
handed, with Wilber leadarwtll
553 and Andrews following wit
523, while for tile Army unl$t Sa
shara had 557 followed by tis
less. Stempel took the flrst.lIn.
dropped the second by thrm eMa
and the final game and plafIL \
the La Importadora n el
team held ont tthrd laeelaI
standing with a
victory over the Local -S,
team. with Lee Borup k
out a 597. followed by sub
Wia with 585. while Bll (I
Malee, with a powerful 1, u-
posed of games of 6. 216, 4l
203. was unable to stem the de-
In the final match of the sV-
nlnr, the Fuerua v.Luklphsoh -
era had a night for themselv
taking four points from the lust'.
less Smowcrop .rozen Foedul
team. For Fuerza v Lu, BU
had a good 45. followed WY l.-
ris with 583 and Btwphena wti
578. For InOwcrop, Morton hatd,&
556 and Melnson a 560. ,
The standings of the teams
after the play:
TEAl- Wes zos
Atlas Garden ..... .. 45 18
M. R. Stem pel Am. 42
ImpDrtadora Belmta.. 41 1*
TFersa yr Lu .... U. I
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H. 1. Homa Co..... M '
The 10 leadi bowlers o t.t
Jesgbe retabe their eet
places, with 9lyB,.1 Mat "
virtue of his 642. displacing W-
ber In fifth place, and knodeA-
the other; downward one no
and with Borunp Jumpi B
12th. to 10th place, iwhi H
marn slid to 13th from 10th. Th
leaders re now: .
Name & Tea-t- AwT-M
1-Balcer (Atlad)...... i-M
2-Cobert (AtU) .. .. .
3-COffev (Agas)...... S
4-Melanson (Snowerop) 1*
5-Malee (Local 595). .. -U
6-Wflber (Stempel). -M1W
7-Morton (Snowcrop).. WO
8-Andrews (Stempel) .. l S
9-Damilan. J (Imp. 861.) 1)*-M1
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For Air Force

WASHINGTON, an 7 (UP) Let the people know the truth and te country is sae" Abrahot UnL ca.
The Air Force said today it found
no evidence of sabotage in a re- TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., WDNESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1953 n m
cent series of military plane
crashes which took 284 lives aid
blamed pilot error for most of *
the disasters.
Gen. Hoyt S. Vandenberg. chief
of staff, and Air Secretary Thom-
as K. Finletter told the House WSt01
Armed Services Committee that .
an, investigation found "no pat-
tern" to nine major crashes that
have plagued the Air Force since
nov. 7. Laws Against pies -And Traitors
In most cases, Vandenberg
said, bad weather was a contri-
buting factor.
Finletter testified that mecha- WASHINGTON. Jan. 7 (UP)- the fact that Alger Hiss, jailed 1) He has asked Atty. Gen. 2) He will, rge the, re*gn Re-
nical failures and maintenance Sen. Alexander Wiley (R-Wis.) for lying, about Commununst ties, Jailed P. McGranery for new lations Committee toreviw the
breakdowns contributed to the said last night that laws punish- was convicted only of perjury In- suggestions for tightening up soe- "grave problem" of international
disasters. ing spies and traitors are "hope- stead of the "theft of the secrets curity laws. esploni.a e4 said he hoped oth-
But both agreed that poor lessly weak"-a mere "tap on the of his government" er frak.Stionl will follow suit.
pilot Judgment was the lead- frist"-and urged the United He, also bloated W1at he call-. -' "I '-o r S nd most
tag factor in the crashes. States and its allies to pass ed inadequate sentence Imposed eum earn e .nd red tuly that
Rep. Dewey Short (R-Mo.), tougher legislation. by British cou .t n eDr. ththe United
slated to be committee chairman. He recommended among other Nunn May and Dr. l0a Fuch l Kngdom, Cad. Frtance and
called the hearing even before things that the FBI be author- in sensational atomic spy cases D M uL mA oth tee countries review
the group was organized formal- ized to use wire-taD evidence a- He said Nunn May t a "mere" i and tl then their' preosnt
ly because he wanted to deter- against "foreign spies" in federal 6V years while Fuchs was sen- -,. statutes againt the high crimes au
mine whether the disasters were courts. tenced to only 14 years. UaR= of tresss, pw and sub- ,e
due to "the fault of equipment. He said the present ban on Wiley, who will head the sen, o F version in places, Wiley
the human element, a lack of wire-tap evidence in federal pro- ate Foreign Relations Committee sai. d.
skilled mechanics and whether ceedings is "mid-Victorian." and in a ranking member of the Pure Br ed' rahman Cattle "These ca ubre today nlot
there was any possibility- of sa- Wiley said "weaknesses" in the Judiciary committee, also disclos- Breaders of Florida wilttaka art Just minor Weauns of interna.-
botage." present laws are pointed up by ed that: in the big Innteration Ct- t1 l p A. They ~ovde
Maj. Gen. Victor E. Bertran- p aw men's vent to,be held in Ta5t a dar Insatruent for the de-
dias,. Air Force deputy inspector pa from February 9th to 14th structido of Western civilisa-
general, testified his investiga- .. i 198, during the lorida S tate tif
tors hunted especially for evi- r m rt jP Fa and GasprZival. -
dence of sabotage and found tttoCJ I nJes ,gl I Announcement of the terna- P
none. tloai event I. mad by B ECTUriKI
He said this finding was sub- v I \ Facee i Mullen, kecu D r e t.. ..o..f .
stantiated by counter-intelli- |0 GAe I nvest a rc n mllof, Taa- WAM heTONJTan.;T( UP),
ence agents. pa whih ucin the show A P today picketed the -
i -o- n cooperation with sternet ar ket W te
Finletter said some accidents Brahman Association, d the Ho08t lek ei f
are Inevitable,because the Air WASHINGTON, Jan. 7 (UP)- 1). Clark arranged a Washina- norida state o qi cy oru and en *0
Force is expanding so rapidly Rep. Kenneth B. Keating said ton conference with Mwillr's a -Flord tae 1 .AlOC y ber og uand at .d
,and aviation technology is de- yesterday that House investigat- torneys at the request of' Cyril nvimportatio betin Aerc o berg d at
veloping at an "incredible ors in the Republican control- Bevan, a defen attorney who ttlemen antd atis tr aa Vs
rote." led 83rd Congress will ask Su- was also Deme rtic national Tat pa'sguenta on ect Illr o arrieOt-a
preme Court Justice Tom C. committeeman for Michigan at be Tapa's guests on the riteol
Despite the recent transport Clark to testify on his adminis- the time. T loridanHo hte1s. detract
Orashes. Finletter said, the Air tration of the Justice Depart- 2) Clark suggested that neither Commtisson'fiheadqul Robetdewho a ertot t
; lbrce accident rate is the lowest ment. the government nor the defense also le the official fredoberwhoin Amer against the
in history.29 major crashes for lawyers mention the fact that 3"for tetLain Ametn A 1 f P lei Ame -
2O0.OOO flying hours. C I ark was attorney general Miller had been convicted-of rob. Ap itflate y 3 tl attend.
The Air Force experts discuss- from 1945 until President Tru- bery in Divenport, la. therlan are rnain vent.lr t an R .
ed the crashes-a Globemas- man named him to th high eisiors e theu n toir l e We nto .lrr
ter at Moes Lake, Wash., on Dec. bench in 1949. Keating said the group also so
20. with 87 dead; a Globemaster Keating, a New York Republi- wants tocheck with Clark on the of r W a
.*,rdeshing Alichorage. Alaska, can, is scheduled to take over as testimony of T. Lamar Caudle the ol 1ra n e
Nov 23. with52.dead, and a Sky" chairman of a judiciary subcom- ousted ,head of the Ocrnin dl- Pi ,
er* at .McChord Air Force mittee which has been investig- vitoen, concerning a *1t44OtPA wi f
OWN. Wash case. bwithj37hdto
.. WaSh., with 37 dead. eating the Justice Depa~ e st. Cae. t beh ajud IV -a.
bhrt then tecessed the hear He told a reporter the ives,. Caudle d ,thatC I a'r k, who stock he Florida
izu until next Tuesday. tigatlon of American. Commun- headed the clinilht iflvtiion, at state grounds.
SIsits In the United Nations still the time, ord~e him to r e i tu
L dldat l Bgets top priority, but that Clark's the case against a North Caro- mn and m
conduct as attorney general ist lina lumber dealt Aftter Clyde R, O
"high" on the subcommittee list. Hoer, now U. 8 Senator from i"t ler
NMWPOt Tenn.. Jan..7 The subcommittee has criticis- North Carolina, itervened in the Florida ram attl mouta s coon
TJZPI-Federal reteue agents ed Clark for limitingg" the scope lumberman's behalf. ermStn Au Com- bidtos r :.
today reported the arrest of a of a preliminary FBI Investiga- ". sibn's of a as ees of th reoc : -
farmer who said he borrowed tion of the 1948 Kansas City vot 2 Sttes Lawyers "Sebu" tlks by rep tat es y.
money to make whisky so he frauds case. .aw rS fromb PanaA, Ve aColom- rench l too p ,
could pay off his debts. It said this was "a gross doe- ViSit e in bla. Honduras, C4 Rica,. Qua od
Alcohol Tax Unit agents from ture from the usual changes o Visit Sessions tem Per to Cuba
Knoxville said they interrupted authority" and that it "interfer- a. and teDominicatpub. boe
the solvency scheme of Deler ed with the routine functioning Of Dst t Court Members ofah
Stinnette, 34, of Cosby Monday of the-department." manenmbdatoe U planned t
when, they confiscated two 500- Keating said the subcommittee Two lawyers from out-of-town an IntereABs Ptom. of entnesitoll
S gallon tlls and 102 gallons of also wants Clark's explanation of were visitors this morning at the tainment for the 'Alerean
whisky.. "testimony linking him to a War civil court session at the U. 8. visitors.
Agent Bill Griffin said the frauds case against Norman I District Court at Ancon. Tampa' tin, with ti s thew se
moonshline was thp first Stin- Miller, one time Detroit en* They were Saul Coten of L.0 its po pual o ., is ox. l, rbs
nette had made. neering contractor. which fell a- ngeles, a former schoolmate of t e n dn g Iv the time of th Na attin
Stinnette, who declined to part after repeated "stalling and attorney Woddr6w de Castro, and numerous clubs szi 0 to numbered. to bM W .me
reveal his debts, was held for subterfuge." / Manuel 8tein, of Minnesota who make the Spans k via- th area,ad retreated
federal grapd jury and re- He said the group is interested Is visiting his in-law, Mr. and itors feel at home their muntasns or had bet i sen
,leased under $500 bond. particularly in testimony that: Mrs. H. L. Hona of Curundu.. trip to Florida.. impo nt area.

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*umber of exemptions to claim, less than $600. If your wife has _examle,.suppose yourmeon earn-' tehanl w or-". chilId Ia!: 'ed,
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net! article carefully. claimed as an exemption, you contributed over one-half t
0 b8 4"WJIM- .The exemption tests re shotl De support. .
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children and for y n with this important step, thej on e the rtura of bet W-
Primer lists the tests and the baud or his wife.
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