The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01473
 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.
 Record Information
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: AA00010883:01473
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TEL AVIV, Jan. 13 (IU)-Rus-
ala's newest anti.e action
was regarded in aubil tative
circles today s reflecting the
EQlvt'is comiulon that It will
never be able to convert the Jews
to wholehearted Comniunlem.
The announcement of the ar-
rat of Jewish doctors in a& Uil-
le'ed JeeWsh plot against Rus-
elan leaMdr was sen by Israel'
man in the street as almost a
declaramon of war against world

bere so o longer any distln-
gulisbame dilfmeIa I k rTIelI
said, bewea the ONo rnial po-
feY and the Russian campaign
against the Jews.
nxidous speculation cenw-
-r on whether Rhs was
anmwing to bdck the Arab bloc
agakt Israel.
-United StMte diplmatic offi-
cial have noted an Increamiin
toqn of ntl.'mmisttm in recent
Communist actions and utter-
ance,. capped by the Ozech
Purge ttlals In which a mrouv of
foner Red leader, mostly
e -wea convited O treason.


can nibals ofthe U.S. and NIK '
Nationalist prgan ltan. land now stands revealed."
ers, gam ,dipb metic observers (the Joint dlstrt utM coMrn- The entire Soviet press called
I 'S Hnu t thought theSoviet blast involve mittee is a JiwIsh ebaritable or- on the Russian people to be vig-
S M l uth pol- ab palar s bperI. t.ge .Ab f e United States might be ganization which did relief work Ilant in the face of such mon-
i t c0B, o marked of o counter-abttack because of that throughout Europe after World strous conspiracies by the Soviet
a thered at the frellgt criticism. war 11 .) enemies.
p orig towog the """ The doctors were abared with It was added that one of the'
wh VI NNA tontributing to Zhdanov's death worst Internal enemies was com-
i T the tdrtus was first scheduled W In 1948. Diacencv due to the great Soit'u
for.6e pur- b tp neat'4p RO W Ml ,1- Th "The criminals confesed that successes, complacency wht
S a sletLweB d nta..wB fl t e Vo~a annotTht havn- availed theavslves of dulls the sense of vigilance.
wta followed ief ot toe lok of a cement that an- Comrade A.AZhda vV- illness Pravda warned. "As long s
niitn te^dlnta ies. otth*eewih plot" hod been un- they made locorrect agnols of such complacency exists, there
be l S f ewnd, ths one in the heart of hs disease and. coieaIng a will be sabotage."
Attba -toot-r t he a itself. was n t er- milocardlal infraction f oo which The charge that they had sue-
bp Mted by observers here as the he suffered, they p cribed a needed bv deliberate mistret-
Sl .K C W ul npial for a wave of antl-semitic regimen which was a st that lent in killing Politburo mem-
ia UIfted. however, trial in stllite Eastern Burope. indicated foar this seris Illness bers Zhdanov and Scherbakov
a e the and therettyr killed .Copnrale foreshadowed not only a Jewtsh
us the Coag on the heels of the Zhdanov." newoaapers sAid In nurge within the Soviet UlUaM
Sd trial of former party secretary- describing how the forrfer can- but also a drastic Duaishment of
t enaral Rudolf SIlOky and 13 tral committee secretary met his high members of Ruspian semur-
si .. t o p eoh Red.s 11 of death., ty organs who permitted sUtM a
S ofthe for th thib Jews -. and the announce- Similar vtles shortened the "plot" to go undetected. ,
kagildclr- xWI Lee Ot of a similar purge In East life of ao In 145, the The six meet Infbe.a
i*or1 t A t ray the dtseloxure that the announCei t said. newspapers in Russia t
SaEt Sthe ', a., S 'wlshphyiclans had The nwp t said that the ed today that "some of ear
*.the plaY aI nt5o aiteated convinced the ob- Joint d ebution committee. viet organs and their e
S e5S week5 for i ,. that snti-semltism has which they referred to as "Joint." hae last their wath ,
_s1 djaf oarS19OL a Communist po ll c y was active be the war in east- and become anfeeted with
a d the J --~* the-n a by product of ern Europe qad was supported to lessnem"--a ialnister seum
.tn d eo d and political strategy. some extnt O 1.8. Jews. i that may shake up the
The ahai unlde the pepe right aup to the le1. aof
Slmsf R Obvious candidates for trial in leaderib 9 L .. I ltellu4mnee. their boe-"Lawrenti Berb.
Inar ture are those Com- earrie- The nine doctors were expected
S1 Malunat leaders already under ar- ag te a1 t to be made the victims of a
m i gvesm t rest or ousted from their posi- s'e wit l u amber of ema.- Communist "show" trial.
htienns t. I h e SoViet were said already to have
S' 1a radio a interrogatede" and to have oM
5 ,, . > "Other members of the terror- The lax security -officials
Sle t group were agents of Britsl be brought to trial too.
.' ; In te lleac m f long standings' Stalin bhimtU sprently hal
,Amost h .arrested, eight escaped thea machinatia
v rerse f th t doctors and one of what meow described ag
S a neurpopla t. They were: "adious monsters." All nine doc..
M. OrInstein tors were connected with the
M. IL V l, V. V Nradv, gremlin's own hospital where
0 stinger. A I. Feldman. B. B. b Soviet leadetrg receive treat-
Kogan, M. Mlb:8uan, and P. I. .g-, mnt.
In frdnt page editorials. Prav- IF 14
d, the ofa newspaper of the
;oliet C0mma WitP Prty, aM. d Iz-
westia. the SoQvet government or-
o., said that Russian securityChos To
oeganisalona failed to discover
another xroup of phyalclans had B A
n Pmin-th ntRa. Judge Edward M. Altman wa
The ne ilers dentified the ted prealdent of the Canal
three murdered earlier as famous zone Bar Associatlin by un-
Russdan author Maxim Gorkl. V animous ballot at the manual
V. KulbVilev. once close associ- meeting of the Assoclatia yes-.
ate of a mand someone Iden- terday.
tifled only ap Menshinskl. Oiher officers elected for the
Its artlGe on the arrested calendar year 1953 were William
IYcai IsvMw lasd .d."These J. Sheridan. Jr.. vice premle t:
olale O Ne besra's of bour- David J. Markun. secretary: ad
"o. the inarument .. 8. Car1rington..treasum.
of forn ce. Elected members of the exece-
It i (iws ar.- tive committee were Carlos A.
Srestedd we al ll. LIn-' lzcau, J. M. Thomson Jr. nd Ira
telige U. u e eothera three L. Winrht.
IhydhiU s Mr la gtime a- Following the meeting of
A l th, BUrish luteai. Association. a landing .0as,,
.. .. Th@ Inen o~ et=,ve Committee. Wlaun
S~ ~ Wet the late daets di the officers atof the
ws of the Jewi s sociation and the three
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*amcaugtie heland-. Association's rooms in the
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MOSCOW, Jan. 13 (UP) Russia today announced
the arrests of nine physicians, the majority described
members of a "Jewish nationalist organization," on
charges of contributing to the deaths of two Russian po-
litica leaders and plotting the deaths of five military
chief in wht'tthe Soviet press called a "crushing blow"
against "Anglo-American warmongers."
The physicians, including some who treat Josef Sta.
lin himself, were accused among other things of making
false diagnoses which contributed to the recent deaths
of two former mem brs of the Politburo, Andrei A. Zhda.
nov and Alexqnder S. Scherbakov.
The physicians, six of whom- are Jews, were also
charged with trying to kill Marshal of the Soviet Union
Alexander M. Vasilevsky and other military leaders in-
cluding Marshal; Leonid A. Govprov, commander of the
Soviet Armies in'Fpland in World W4r II; Marshal Ivan
Kenev, former commander of Soviet ground forces; one-
time chief of thi general staff Gen. S. M. Shtemenko,
and Admiral P. L evchenko, deputy paval minister, it
was said.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN b ,s A F .ning Ebb Tide
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57.1 SH4TfET P 0P 0 iM 14. PANAMA. f.eP P.
LOCAL my Ma-.
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS "WN COLUMN How utterly fascinating this
moment in the history of ther-
monuc'.aar weapons mupt be for
r r A I l earned counsel now trying ell
g* I \to get the two atomic sples out
HMof the Aing Sing death house. ":.;
0- Attofneq Emanuel H. Block
S The Moil Box is an open torum t r readers of The Panm, Amne certainly must have read P, esi-
h ,di-deht Truman's revrberating
kes. L arerec ived grtefll are hand d n words of doom-to-come if the
S II you cotribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesn't eppeea the ovsets. AttAmpt to challenge
SMeat day. Letters are published m the order received Suely ok will tlake a mn-
SPlease try to keep the ltran limited to one page length. ute out Of his defense of the
Identity of letter wriers is held in strictest confidence. Ror.nbergs to reminisce over Sw i
This newspaper easumee no responsibility for statements as opinions hi previous counseling and de.-
expressed in letters from readers fense of others accused before
0 o other governmental agencies of
SERVICE MAN FEELS iUNWANTED' HERE working inside the atomic es-
plonage apparatus of th.' Soviets
Rodmar, C.Z. om the days of our
nuclear physic experiumeta- M Y* W TI
After being stationed down here for almost a year and see- tion.
Ing what the service man has to contend with, I canlstay quiet Such a historic clientele de- '
. no longer. It's a terrible feeling to know that one isn't wanted nerves to be shaken Into the
and that Is exactly what the service man down here is experienc- daylight. Especially since only -
Ing. one of them has been hi-
The conditions that exist here between service personnel and prisoned besides the doom-
the civilians are atrocious and unheard of. When the serviceman ed Rosenberga, of earme. .....*
tries to get a date, the hands off-stay away policy'is installed We can follow this by begin-
and that's my pet gripe. Why) Why should the service man who ning with the literature being
believes in good clean fun be deprived of it because of the actions distributed by special Commun-
of a few misfits. Idst fronts in New York, London,
I was under the impression that mass-punishment went out Paris, East Berlin and points I
years ago. Surely the serviceman is human and when he thinks east. These leaflets prepared by
back to the life he once led. this seems very unfair. grgit-props (agitator-propagan-
There are always a few who must rant and rave about the da experts) inadvertently z.-
shortcomings of others so that thv may hide their faults, grown- veal, among other lethal details,
ups and children alike, and in Balboa. it is no exception. This, that master spy Julius Rosen-
of course. Is a very small-minded attitude and ifr these certain berg was active in a Commnist-
iparties must throw dirt. let them first clean their own house. controlled chemists union.
This, of course, will be taken as a direct insult, but to those who Congressional testimony to th.
take it as such, let me say: If the shoe fits, wear ILl successful efforts to penetrate
Then there are those who will say: our atomic security screen, a
"Why, then, do they go to other laces?" since at succeul
S All Ican say to this is: s.i e t sc f C;s-
S When a child can no longer find the security he needs he gave the Soviets our bomb
willgo mewhere else. Those of you who are parents can surebe the
ly be. out. As I said before, the servcema Is only WS G .B ethuman have stumbled on themt.eth : g .. p.
Sexper ent. I stf onaiOde bfr .the ovr j - A--y- --._-, let's look doeg
v and it'd a crime that he should be thrown aside in this manner. in tothat union the Fede
Must he be ashamed of the uniform he wears? It's the uniform tion of Architects, ngineers,
Of course something can be done. And to those of you who CheiFor our concern Technow ia tha
can look ahead. I am sure you will agree that something must be no new ring steal the secrets at
-ton_____gyteobn.nn______ chmminlotslar uie was a gman de- c rte mat _hn
done, not only to benefit the serviceman, but also to relieve this the all powerful "Thing whichio ornw t
growing tension. Mr. Truman warned can wipe
out the Soviet Union. .. ." r
Bewildered. Founder and whip of that "" n "t
scribed before Congresional WASHINGTON.- gest literary event f the We've got to pay our nshre of the am t Of the itf
* u L Answ er to Previous Puzzledotmptuf h c s o g"fo fhs
Music L on to Previous Puzzle committ.eies asone of the most season, namely, the resident's budg l gt Our Jail in Tangier. The District of Col do
Ie trusted field operatives of the town with a small thud. This l a shame, kind of. father needs new uniforms for his me.
S Communist F rt y, Marcel Scher- A great deal of hard work went into the mighty We must continue to investigate fish, whales, nati
HORIZONTAL VERTICAL ame. He was further document that tells bow Mr. Truman would and fur-bearing mammals.
; ORIONTAL VERTICAL ee 31 Birds he labeed by this a testimony "na- spend 80i000 000,000 this year, were he not about Indiana have to be used lrtured. educated,
S e big Finest tional head of Commun Party to loe policed d kept fro rum.
drum 2 S'nging voice N N work among chemists, scien- Thiw hndarIte book runs Mound 12 Thep ach-i needs more eu
SWooden wind 3 '1iailand A Tr g tiAts and soon for more than 10 weighs near' pounds, d cost nds. thedrive at sen rust,
nstruent 4 Cloy years." autot even s r e govern lamprey in the P i
I Musical 5 Exclamaoions On being questioned Scherer what they'll dd his fH belles le reat e
l able Cr part 4 ii a refused to deny that he was ThO (1 whWh ut w The w taine p or a o II
12 Pen name of 7 Curved ti st 5 Ra b z trained in Moscow's Lenin In- celebra ed e 0 oniem t V qtt
Ohares name o lding statute of revolutionary and Into CoW lhhey prowe .')iave
S3 Charles Lamb ol ding sabotage technique. He refud through t thabudget, on "lth ings." o a
SHirelings T to deny knowing O mmunlat even recogniseit. Coffee fcaanno in a il d once
14 Prnoun 9 Menaces 26 Those who 45 Wet Party leader Steve Nelson, now The budget in the st has ode an elegant money for the arehae, a am
ITh skilled 10 Back regret 46Pr o years for sedi ha ep
Weapn 4R et 'f Wi d a labor lhit In few a g i t in.u a- ip snd dp *dnt tiha t.t
in publie 11 W-apons 8Dropay amount sat ta 5. o bu-a.--R waa h'. Vp eep J
r German king 47 Land ofe he bad been spe4 wet to excellent base for the ,, case f ai -must ha vi their .
7 Male sheep contract eye 31 Bird's home shamrock ornse a unit of that hm itis be money, as et, r Is
18 Heavy pupils 33 Pullman car 48 Algonqulan is s'union at the radiation into toIE uh repairs. They'mIN. t rough a o
volumes 20 British 35 Turns Indian laboratories of the Universit t s W nt Thh
19 lyes (slang) dramatist outward 50 Annoys of California. Here, the earliest motlliit bb. he nve even IThere anItdemit bookfor
21 Strewn (her.) 22 Comrades 40 Double 5lerhj enta Meodows forLa
1 Strewn (her.) 22 Comrades 40 Double 51 Meadows experimentation for Lee A- move out of the White House. He scheduled a for redecorating the W House, wrb e
23 Ocean 24 Measure of quartets 52 City of mos was conducted. Here, tes- speelal seminar for the reporters, so they would redecorated do rn en tl emeoll o
2Tune land 43 British Italy money reveals, Stee Nelson, understand (he hoped) what he was paint.
7 Unusual 25 Angered hymnist 55 Roman bronze the brutal "Col." Nelson of the about: O t ha
2Un9 Famousual 25Angered ymnst 5Roman bronze Soviet's Army in pala back H wrote his mealdage to Conar a centert _of t
Eng I in the Th irt ole woe an es Why not one cent should be m u -rsf n 4wor t*
scholplonage net and contacted So- atee sWei 1 count uc itore Na
32 Trust viet consular officials on the All this, with some notable exceptions, is love's be reay t _war,. by a meot
4 west coast. labor lost. A few thinp in this stupendous tape, and ith tlat rum. We
3Lament And so, en June 21. 1950, al- ment I'm sure ev6 the most eot-. own in the crall
37 Haenings most a year after a conr lcans can't lop off. Our Aml Is ITIr yFve as th
8 Par ins slonal committee iud quest has got to have a little 1moneyr. 6 Tio t et Iboo of A s,
4 Paradise few ed Steve Nelson, the same yacht. self, to whl 10fi4 inter '41
41 Toperfe -probers called in Scherer and The Embassy in CeIro needs cash to hire take my nald, I rekatds=
eutome veryncisive que dragomenwhich porters.
.. "- to him. But Scherer was stout-- -
World hearted. He had gItood counsel, -
Symphony" "as, indeed, everyone should. W a te rnn
44 Dress wool ecially such a specialistt s
Take w Sobe ..rciW leyr got. ,
41 Tranaparent Comrade Schreer's counsel
linent I that day was Emanuel I. Bloch. : "
S3 Mineral rock And although Brother Scher-..
$4 Cherishes er refused to ,Asy whether orJ
SoXIht's title 1P 7not be knew seditionist 0teve BROADWAY for Connor and was conp led to barr tfoe
Nl7ead (Fr.) iNelson, international Coma- Hold /fat to We$, tha ftlr opaasmy, friends iwest W :As I M
Card game so fbrm operative, obviously thtdy.Thai a I, so"gl Wu-n .ou
Abstract being had some muttual coats-. Don' t cpdst fr Wa s.. 11
4 Soap-making IJust personal, no doubt. For Who the vale
Who I e*t$ington to testify, he too had W "!
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dipping & -Yar-d Meal the Pacific Steam n Comoany

A i 'Case Sh oots Hubby, INCORPORATED wa "
Sui Le Try Fails Royal Mal ios Ltd.
Court De ides ,trientine ship t FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
Of French Freighter Listrae An 81-year-old woman scheduled B WE UR AN W T .
CHERBOURG Jan I. 'UUr. to enei a mental hospital to- OF SOUTH AMERICA
* A coming icia' I roCi (I cld irl liIt" molirow shot and killed her hus- P ---A- L
la st night inal It Ari_,nthiii nand o01 62 ears early today. TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
Company' Dooiei ,' li. t- ,hlp Na. Sn i.if Clvde B Derick; said
viero saivi the Fi,'ll fi-i. liter IhatN MIr' Clara D. Rice shot Hay- M V. "SANTANDER". ....................... Jan. 17th
Listrac wi be l ield repo,.iibl ren MI Rice 84. as he started the .V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" .............. Jan. 22nd
for the iw',,o-lhudb of tht clam- fire in the kitchen stove and then S,.' U-.. .. jan. MM l
tried to shoot herself, but the,
"The Dodero Company will pay pistol jammed. TO UNITED VIA CARTACANA, HAVANA, NASSAU-1.
I tl- coiri;any Worms of Paris, Two notes Mrs. Rice left to be BERMUDA, CORUA AND LA PALLICE
owner of the Listrac. $542.857. read after her death revealed ,
the accident occurecd in summer that the couple had sent years M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO (18.000 Tons ... Feb. 18th
S1949. of bickering and arguing, al-
The two ships arrived at en-though they celebrated their TO UNITED, KINGpOM DIRECT
1 trance of this port in midafter- 62nd wedding anniversary on S.S. "KENUTA" .................................Jan. 27th
u noon sunshine. New Year's Day. One note said
. They seemed headed for a col- Ric beat his wife. ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA t.INt
lis'on, bui neitner oi the officers TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
on duty wanted to alter tlhe The sheriff filed a murder AC IC T
course o their ips the charge against Mrs. Rice and aft- M.V. "DALERDYK" ...............................an. 19th
urs e do nf tteir ships. b c l i M.V. "D I AT.............................. .Jan.- III h_
Both were convinced th other cr her arraignment she was sent, M.V. "DUEN K" ......... ..................J 2t
would give way at the last mo- to Longview Hospital in Ccin- S.S. E............... a
re? and a s a result the shis Inati. Officers said she was not-
collided. The captain and the d r amipnned t TO UK/CONT tNEN
ch.cf engineer of the Listrac her in a hospital tomorrow S.S. "EMERDYK".......................Jan. 2th
SWrre killed. Mrs. Jo Koblitz of Newport, K., MV. "DRUA" ...........................Jan. 25th
S The court decided that bothhired bv the couple's two sons *
S "crs were responsible but 'three days ago to care for them,; 0
t the Naviero ought to have id thate she heard Rice n the AllSallins Subtee to Cne Without Notice
Sen way to the Listrac. Ithen fi thea to aot PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO.. Cristobal reL. 1654/5
-.e amount of damages to be' a. m. Then s ta s he h ar a shoF RD C IPANAMA-Ave. Per #5. Tel. S-1257/
I atr rd to tnhe tuwo dead mens s MS. K.Ob.LZ said tat she F '. tothetwodeadme und Rice staggering into the A. V T -1
Ia?- tl be determined ata dining room, screaming that he I
.11-f1 hearing. had been shot. He collapsed at' R
the bedroom door. IKorochiRi ot Rio t le
NO Rice died within minutes, Mrs. | |s n did.
iKoblita said. Coroner F. S. SkeenBJiOmeI Not FiXed i
The sheriff said that Mrs. Rice ;KARACHI. Pakistan. Jan. 13 -
:told him that she tried to shoot (UP)-Prime Minister Khawaja
Herself but that the kun .lam h lNazimuddin said today he could
med.cnot be certain whether Commu-d
I Members of the family, aware i nsts engineered a s t week's
Bof the differences, searched the bloody rioting In which at least
I house sometime ago to make sure 11 persons died.
Sther; were no weapons available. anot
the coroner said. and nobody "I avre not received the chief
knew where Mrs Rice obtained commissioner's report on this
the pistol, matter and it Is difficult for me
t; to express an opinion until I have .- .- L -. .
tFrench Left Winger rts." Nazimuddin said.
S' called the standard of living of
Comes Uph Wih thh middle-class U. S. citizen
O s~ Up With "the miracle of our times so HOT L
kMind Wa L For IS i poor in miracles." times so
1I r rd F "I, your lonRgtIme friend, whom
you cannot possibly accuse of 71 Vt.
PARIS. fai. 13 (UP) An ex- being corrupted." she wrote her t It S.
!- treme left wing but non-Com- readers. "I tell you: Look sharp.
munist newspaper told t h e On living standards we have 1i Ijl A-l IAI M IV
French today that they should something to learn. and how, Ia' 'i 1K4.. dKa.M

One of. bMme's three'- official
/ecclesiastical tailors dresses his
window with a set of iesplend-
ent vestments such as the new
cardinals will wear, when in-
veuied with their office at the
forthcoming consistory which
has been called by Pope Pius
XII. Although all of the 24
n wlly named cardinals will not
be ahbe to attend, they have all
o.:, ;c d tl ci- vestments from
Rome's tailors.

drop their hostility to the Uni- Irom the Americans."
ted States and American econ-
omic ideas because they have a
ereat deal to learn from their
,United States about living,
,standards. t b
Franc-Tireau, whole editors
broke with the Communist line'
four years %gO, published a
front-page article from its New
York correspondent praising U.S., t greal
capitalism and denying the
Traditionally held French leftist
,view that the U. S. businessman
is a fat, cigar-smoking labor
Correspondent Maria Craipeau 10
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Sed:tr. gocd tires, and seat -de a Sedan, beautiful
For sale at ver, and 5 iood tires.
16th St. Central A. t L.entral Ave.
Col4n. Tel. 80 Coma, Tel. 800.

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vst the varloi military posts
and confe r with officers and
others. .rierds to povlding
the mtaximm ofervice rwth4hq
facilities available.
He plane w divide his time be-
tween Cristobal and Balboa, and
will be an the Atlantdi Side isom
Jal. 14 to 19 and on the Pacific
Side from Jan. 19 to 26.
He will be guest and speaker
of the Critobal-Colon Rotary
Club Thuradsy and will address
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lowing week. Meeting-with wel-
fare and recreational officers,
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study the "vigorous measures"
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Ac ." Its report said. "th w are
Its many hundreds of teachers
ea4' -are CaanmuuaLts."
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You Sell 'em...When You Tell em thru P.A. Cla ifiedsl Y1L 63 -
.'Wve you, Ad with one of our Agenul or our offices in No. 57 "IH Street PanamA % '
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n te e vital 1ort.
arto d. f A w ownasol who had Wbeen d
'he newInvitvrie e oi t for the de
Lewis Service Salon de Belieza Americano Cariton Druj Setore due Ail .M tor Ih l
1ao 4 tivoll Aoe.-Phone 2-2291 and No 55 Went 12tb Street 10.P.5g M.dInd Ave.-Phone 55B Colon r e let eu h
Propagad A Io. t S1 I Se roeode into
.Propagandal lSA. for 12 worda, waats ti Turom hir.- a dry-se I 14
Morrison's Agencia Internacional do Publicackiones - Streetcarret. atardon at .. Bu sturdy: lok of the
Fourth of Juil Ave -Phone 2-0441 No 3 Lotterv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Ph dridte -.14and 98i MI 4t l t word.i m_ 0111turlldly 1lo the-
Al Wattr tf the meet- wa atheirWill
aI titlon of c5 ana on with i
o tjns o uls rletlatow lo101 w1aill1l111
.of inI t e' o eaC 'l Ia l' .atI i* e. Greene'
Coeldo o t la dork-
Ow Alat.l_ AluilenilDhIile" 1ee 10.see i dlli, Ilndl Williams' Santa ClaraBachtrBeachat PROFESSIONAL a, Ia. "tU o, ,a o
....... OneWri ts Akill i is O ilyd'. OR AE 94d. rt iuuli Aa eas.t 2 rfr ertl P RO FESS IAL ,I, v,,, u . f . ,,

bedrooms f^^i^ rigerah U tee hafttr fla o e
S ort ALE ne t Fe .g.da., e 'OR SALE-19d-8 Chrsler. 4-door 0 -A l A ne ockos ra ngers. alboo 2-3050. T t ai ill l Wi t p,
lttoor woh 2 C: D-ec HillhW et l a t0 F9 e7e e tfr d
6e 6cy C -,on V. ndoo Hghlander. Origin- -daExcnpt week-ends tooi" -gto pROWthe a ft Cpm ts bisbd
e We e TheK Mdc Cll !l-
o3ze .d3yoo c e -- Fr, goodcondition and good DR \VENDEHAKE Medical s Clinic ._______.-
ner Gas Stovye i Hot Water rubber all around. Radio & heater Central Ave. K Street corner Pan- PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. the and belit. I concrete tIi l heo a t to bt ..l

toneous Household items, an l r- 949lCtI*L eCl Cuso Fordh mInAo o nCURSION1 oyIsIEm il c t.e Wll M `1011 hiiathe 4hallAt.e p it w I.t
.tis" from all co os. r 51104 thei r 40 ro

SA91. All Wep 8 torcl Bn th ve r ren-|- $ 8 0 Cla2l Ft D cr b be to -to Y re, PCoe s-9t, bAuEr in cno 1";" lr wtOi P ai NO.BI rtIll i t. .... s dt. i, Rha l
~ condition. Call l apartment A.. o..t e I 1 t to ch Rdck Gis, refrigeratio-,r I- t llMl lbiut OUr ismbal i.t l tl tilO a
S'I 800.00 on new Oldsmobile. Will PROM PANAMA rt e ramO
Arte1tA. E arl no i sacrifice Write Box 5035 Cristo- one way l$85, round trip $15 (15 PbtoMm acu oarid shufle t board. P1h6- Shis M A A a e f of d l tte i d to Pt w
al c. e od oday-tirit), $169.00, good one years aWa h.a l Mraitair ar *1"e,

Ag e:,n 2. yl Cengrhto ouse pply ad, e CLy I i.-- woseeuaHre. Telephone _.Od l^ GoLS, Pa Rna- w0R EN T**I n e-*$1, -r but 11 45Blo
SALE: enerol Electric Refri FOR SALE --Equity 194 6 Chrysler t5 round tr l0 1 523. t ri stp1 0- oAa H e Pan Ameican* n te, I
snew. Price $95 .00 3 i eao rs guar- N0 re~0 W iane* .S I- namaoisptc vceCool bmautiful El Valle. Amnhskt 0ftndu M t ag li tl ehi steer _it on the T1 ,ii-eth. l A h, .

Le Pice d 3 earty ar o 2 C d FOR SALEt S- Genlembn's platinum 3 ry-. lo n I at ORn a^. 21 1g5 D ,td CAelfn ueTCeA so
antie Tel. 3-12 16 Panama. radio A- condition, n te Acon bs sto, el. Pdmondn r el i- tn a a Ite t >,

tires Jun Pucci phone 41 or 198 Worth $650.00 Will sell very rea- RENT Comman
..FOR SALE:- 1952 4 Door Ford V-S2"!655. l cO tiian 8 iioul4 have mad W O.
g SALE:-Westinghouse refriger- C 8. Like new. Call Ft. Kobbe 3276, p Yle ORCHIDS. Cforsh or will conuquetsider t lli" ic tIlt thice V e EY IN r- a fomial'treat Of td "w.
o.9ft. porcelain insid6and out-;TA 4. m. INm

i l clot, e fht 4 p rne FO oH5350.0 duty p d meant. dColl Colon 678-L until 9 -A AM i l A iTMl.ttDiM .j er. ofXft Ad thi f ht I
dt;. $150.00 cash. Phone m.- 4 d Selered abds, in triplicated States, will be re- n f ,i reor t e.ri p Ih lt i J 1 -
e0nith r.do cambino on, 25 CylFOR SALE-1949 Plymotruck o side seiter id in te o Zone end Panama. ufurn ished portm e ints; tIt -r In.* A W,
i end table; floor 1942, excellent condition. $1200. Pintted plants trnd decorative pa tlms. LIr 8061. lE treet. Or I Themillthbyon r tt., e.O et l
ple dek -nd chest of drawers Can be Mreen radyt AgeRoosevelt Hotel. Telephone Orhi Gl o PBan- Ne obo e Colon anything. 'Phne 22451, t of t

. M. bed Isinglel spring and americanas. 5. A., Sr. Escala. Tel. ba Heights, Canal Zone. until ) )|. Hul Bm *00 Clln e he 1 family M *
S phnoress Call B loo 4355 after 2-0825, Poamama. 1, -0771. Crstoanuary 27, 13t. 0 .e o i Cumbreoi tranilo f lA

tp mh.ogany ad refriger-FOR SALE:- 1949 Custom Ford, shing all plant, to e, lI, IIbahrop 0te ,
t. All porcMai Both very rea- loaded with extras, new two-tone FOR SALEllouse Idi r e AF Ad beins.i2 W ith t, I lt n t
tible. Call Balboa 2181 or point. Very good condition 7elelr rkFOotR r".-Furnlrd houe-In Els AUSTIN o Pa ln1hba ii.i
use 5557-A. Diablo Hgt. offered $900.00. Will take $950.- MFOaeeleifiVln ounsl aTheeu ieol Wbii ofe l ztene '

Dit:A 0ha 0 House. -A, New Ctittal.0 Blo_ _l __bob Valle, during months JanuaryEand a uplheagodo tht mI st I reha -ft .to. a11 tfl

c ES4 s efr cs Call Pa 1355. ohte 5:00 p:. S S I m. tBa y nee- o-f1c of" -h I onia andO .R N urs r m kihl T
OAdin R. ._e:__SALE:-_adSean.ue0.-- -F C rew-Gnen. February. TelephodinBeaont fne i-Fcaio b aNtePanama A-i6n o teria d Lniut" w in hdiltl beek1L1se stly l PA" Th

23, divde uto ISO Tot a air r ne
i ox spaid, radio, A n ew top 105. point diand rng. Olt
lkbt. fo3.8.aid, r adi condition, h newIf c t oeanE a 10 5. foin Wdin rand P O N -L.'.IEa i
T- .O .: 3 tires. Juan Pucci, phone 41 or 198, Worth $60.00. Will sell very rea- Comman.l yhmt

It a b h.. cloom -*ste BW a SALEu-Westinghouse Refriger- Colon. sonable for cash or will consider DOK RE N, i st h u si.opr anguate td WaI t anS.
25cycle, 8 cu. ft.. house 547 ___- austomobile as full ar part pay- lrct.Etut, LttlH I M Sltdll o. hll1 itIrlihttilth l .
lEblo Heights.,after 4- m. FBOR SALE: $350.00, duty paid, met. Call Colon 678-L until 9 Ap a iente _ei t int i ea r
1941 DeSoto Sedon, good condi- p. m. daily: tab lheY an "I ti 0 Mr- f the a
LE :-ds epiecelchrome k AtchenA t cN or- Pho i, t Si ed tlicawllo e rel, o t ol H .e p te eR Ia

and hest of dra wi ors Canoe StGnciasPan- r Panama Canla Ca" h om ny aBald Nuh Cri sit vo

L F cOR Papaefl SALE: ur IIIS ldl *b l^ If
Sdoi combination, l. A re ot con- c n t oc o t n furnished $ apartim Aents; v oed w e or el s e milrt. to ,
desk end table; floor lamp, vertible in good condition. $1,200. gineering and Construction Direct- e1fdt ir fiiit. 8061. Ift tiiet. 6TOg mA

o Aa e "AgenciasPan- or, P.nama CnlB. HCoW ny, Bal wCristobal Telepho Colon anythi .'Phone -2. tWerteYjli,
Sbed sin l spring and mericanas, S. A., Sr. Escala. Tel.I bca Heights, Canal oneunti blrer t 1el i the B raz

eCall BlboVo 4355 after 2-0825, Poma. 10:00 a. i .Ocll Of nuary7,1953 ois.nrban. Metdg__ ___o .. Ide ItrAeiew- Cumbrest- atM *1
_:00_ p__ .__ORSALE:--' Mercury 2-door, 2 tarand then publicly opened, fur- doRoRENT:-- 2 bedroom -pcirt--n-t,'

OCrOnew tires, new h project is exe- fishing al plant, tools equipment ltyn diningroom, bathroom- atiDl 0 e t rhbom StheSIMte Lak-
W ntI lente condition. e146-B 8fh ted lbor, services, and materials, 21x- maid's roomn garageW Justo Ar 8wi-" E te EnterW b iiiro In. of I tn t surfae 1 I
e C cept certain materials furnished by semend Avenue 1-.For or ra itifor- 1SEE.TilEI MN1b&2 g sua Of

T ad with recomIo al a the Government, and for perform-! mot5 ureion p ly t, o3 h I i l tearioa i AG
lat as r wi i L eeadIllc Sedaen, In all work for construct tion of fre, U psfrs. Ao botf I l
o itoa d sAgency, n 40 radio. Tel. 2-298r4, Sewage Pump g Station at Msaget hook or emov- A n and te ad lle

!or aAhl1nnonrowd011no uibers. se o0:1--" inte 1To a BBC
S A il -a R LE:-1950 Oldsme spficatiOh, nd full the hooks will save time a nd-t Bandb BBC)

job asookhovelTheP-n DpIodeliminate Sh Ly haerd in-411:Obhr bit
dia Coumpos co ok Av L DuE y No. 35 aOli bo particular .bs mrac or iday be obtained romn RoomI Oine1 10 1etl1a O f I Iled toa d thi mi ill 'sr .I e-ti

oss references. C athe office oof the Contract and F x OR N -Fvi w. Stteu miryV
S2-4719. 4355, after 5:00 p. m. Inspection Division, Room 336, npriv .s O h i
VD-4 re iable maid tO takei Balboa Heights (Telephone 2- tne 1 a m tadioP!oqrtams '"r="t""
3739 or 2-2698). Specifications for -r-0
land drvwiRen wlhl bey isued an1ci *Poa i gao rAo rinbeao
IeWrK. n Mu t live in. Refer- Reau! Etlaa.18 deposit of $20.00 per set. Deposit 'Posi t io 'ud6 V
lihrman Street, Ba!boo, Canal FOR SALE:- Ideal house for retired and ,be forfeited, if specificar 6inTionse ul-d-0 01110 111n111111111
;2-33F people. Two stories',bstsell aVis- nd drawings ore not returned HANTpD I- e. S tat ionftutlIIIAs
ta section, upstairs 3 bedroom within 40 calendar days a for tpdride trtt I I Ah" Wriffti R

te o pes mtCooking nd y nhe d nda'l, t lo e ,
.r.I.rk 8,12.fre Ave unuee from .dampness..PANAMAee A".A.n f... .1.. . ni Educ tl k, il l lt '..thte ba diiG86
Two concrete apdrtmenfs down- OFFeRS MIMILLAH I"ITMS, words e 'amlmte ago, jetrkltiie.eesdi AWMis6IkWd t i t
i stairs. Produces rent. 48th St. No. FOR S- .Eandsalary desIred. britat u o
.Dr --'"' 0" .,+ +- __-,_.__ _......Sealed bids. for opening in public." 0 t + t'aN ---- 'F'-"I I
anywhere..... ... oJanuary 23. 1953. for Welding and A"L
TE 7TOBUY: Used hres Just call us at 3-1069 ct C ti- 'ng "Supplies; Equipment and allaf, A r ly Catib O ,
Suitable for re'and. r-ng THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY IPrts; Woven Products andBFabrics' Sto o GO SAI. JR.. H. I., COrn- p T@M8 Il. IS in wlgn i bAe tlhe
rt ora nan a "PI I ACn tralAvenueh259. Po 3 3:1r-
P,.a Avenue Tglephn.ne 2-1. 106' 1069 Complet Rel Estate Ser- Sale Circular No. 35 moy be Structure. 75 Calle Estudlante, Thq.11."
%Iae ob.... nu rom the office of Super- Apt. 2.. Te iIph~ 2-5159. 8 i. 3!3--M" 401' us ay eh Of the treeo l lbhilt ll ail to ttlti .I l new
....................v,-' sell, mortgage intrlendent of Slorehouses, Balboa, ts- to-8idie 4l:O -,,,.ilulnn mit rd iervlbeiz0 In t0de litdt
lNTED -LaiBge par at cage ,na -__'; ..... .. .....- lephone 2-2"/777. wife 8 1 m. l lnt.- oa4 -rPenTtor'U dherA
....ino '- -" FOR SALE:-- r coat. Muto lamb. b aiOil
ED -Vacao,.no us t..,rs At,- Macco-IPannaclflc, +,zo ,2_,4: practical e,--silly n w Rea- ~r HII~IW7(llliei.-if'let _practicallyid..
ac sid e Jan ua ry 2 0 th P h onc: s n o b le 15 3 1t, Ca la b00i -- .,- -t. olta t
TED-La--unfunnied hous- AwCraeContract win$. -- b 8: 00Q-.tMuoInre.dof honotill nr Off
apa..ment fr ooeiae la.,- At Kobbe Theater (PI. R. B. Howard A urgestio AadC C tIi t8aw so att..-
IC tlnTooEsc"t oErnesto F.'Are ditho .., a :+- )Is.our
urs. A.SAO$40,403.00 contract for the namaECity. y411tetdaer for his 7 ttt f poitT8 *er)al portion of the review. -
.rehabillititien of the P t afty and time-saving ie-7. e
Theater, at Fort Kobiobe has, tii ad3odted by the n ted t .
el Bravo School beet awatded to the Maceli- mks Ocelot Of 53 Btates Arm'y Caribbean.7.4"ts essoi S Polr lt-11'l 0tioonP t-910 fr01ntaw
P a n p a c i f l c, I n c . I t w a s r e v e a l 5:hA n t i a i r c r a f t A r i l l e r h u b e e n y e d S) .I1 0 A I t i n A s
orus oTopPresent o .pa.s Te ith A vrar y Or -Ir fo ft o 1mto5intw 6:1 .Wt W 1a nd bi n jo,a .*lIll. i ,'1 m-pthpel f. lv te ,ect

-" + In Mid-February t ^The~aee.,pelan =,d,18. A a A :*'i... ;il':,A-,, ' '" ".." ...."'' ,. !
"A-my career."... 18.'.A.

i. zMlyor deLesseps S Morrion -. 17, were flied P eieftlced -
I rof New Orleans le scheduled to tI 3" d emuo i &l- i"
make a three-hour stopov-r in LOd e 8 O A ..t t U t be
Panama on Feb. 18. It was learn- MrimetinLeon h=, . -12
ed here today. M ttingg TO it Herrings' -palrked et. .
Morrison plans to attend the A1Ott %, 6bn'r
fourth Inter-American munl- ctC isto nilw-k? N'.
rlpal congress In Montevideo. ..as,.fat
He is scheduled to arrive at To- Lodge 88 of the Amerenn
c.imen at 4:30 p.m Feb. 18 and Federation of Government an. -,..
H UME deprrt at 7:30 D. m. for Perk play will hold its fi"st tnont I a to i -
.2 !aau Chile and Argentina before o. mtIng since its recent reor-
,n to Montevideo. niionthlhat 7:30 at the getyoft
BA6" Pi960r Club. I .
.NiriJ th-aprelildent. R_4
% I R S -- I T41T IA L S .For + A i ~i~ l i. W l dm t t d o t ia " "8 4
S AIR INITIALS Canine HearingAidla will be on hand to- r
KEYS S't to aleis lodge matters _
your vacation visit LARAMIE, Wyo. i will be taken up in Wash-I a_

ShawPa reshmall nlw new, 11henLveladlv tha
S Show Room at high schol, says his this moth. lodge's
Ile Rij* No. 21 dng can anderstafhd his live Mf1W the new.
Tel. 2-10.0. since be Made a hearingM.a took of A.2"
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NtA. Sere the Astlte Saddle Clib gave a buffet luncheon at their Captainl chardan is
of Oek, and their children, Edward, irgA S, James. a k with the
Sand The family I leaving the latter part of the Military Pee Company
e i 4J 3 moetah, iS Major Shati i os olE to Camp Ruckner, Alabama, CoTh wil ciit relas a
6t ae!pn..WItsmall, clan of fQJ722 fe y foreCpinRhadnlv
Bdoiu tr played their rt. ] t A gift of seventeen piece em- day on the cruise liner, S"Bilver f sin arc
6H 6 Uty ldto e & voyage gift from the group They sailed from St. Petera-du wt
S. 10 y "C a The members who particl- burg, Fla.. where Mrs. Pate has
S@ patedIn the affair were: Mr.. been visiting her parents, Mr. o n.Foe of
N64 AatahotIw aae4w and Mrs. Samuel Ajck and hbt
f o. y' Mary-Joe, Mr. and Mr. Alien Mrs. Bellmund was In port wth i ei nt th a
SM1 t- Berde with Kathle n and ArM during the stopover of the ship Foe who iat atid wit
,A 1 M and Mrs. ..Orgy with and continuedon the Carib-theuba y oa aron a
.. a b"n 411 Judy, Lieutenant Cobhmander bean cruise which it was mak- 3't. Hydo""rap-"c ue wil
0 D ro of and Mrs. Ray liffin with Rich- ing. She is formerly of New l.atDe SIr ng.. .
Sf M iAeaug ad,r Banda and Melody, Mr. York, but Is at present making l inin
d nd Mrs. Jaose h Irving with her home with Mr. and Mrs.1 with the Friler I

ITfor the, .9 pm pan Mrs.'Steve M. Rainey, Mrs. Ell- Leavi wthe Isthmus to r oini o. he awn.
te IrI we ni e *t:ieopurt01011ewezakbeth Rainey,, Mr. and Mra. This Such
t i aallm ft o &mith JMherle Webster and Terry. aptainhand Msr.. C. R. Rich- Idill tea DM
b eI o S 9fconMad tat mA d Welcome fldme L etesn Moln uo d a the Bl=each h e lde o_ l ,l
"l" p ItAf "r .n s o the Mem .bers of the Mfa of Mr. e
S d awo and Mrs. Victorank Sweek h n his hand a he help- The guest speaker will be Mr.
Igfn oft,_ te5WI ,i ilk f.. n Id "e corned them and her nieceum ba. General Cobnael of the an
4 _a,, ...,.,...., ?' l a w 1.'at. c Miss Jeanne Chambers home 365 Fo r Ibroeen Lieutenand
M)at h tCand i. espYei apl Monday McLth a "ughlt-tn, of Wagether" dn Prcy Laion aid ama Canal Company. H top

6M The ah of a real rip a edayleton i' &- wM afer .woverp oseth ote tunch spen at the iayres Nightengale, a convicted for-t will b the "Oranato
.hr of & tot ha calleoe 2c ad..,-. ns and anld who are ptudentl y dgg.d his sho uld es Canal Com nany." His talk willV
Lt S ^ te ROTC Dance, to be se t tr t lead Is Vy U anWual and tl Cristobal. nd Rnar when Ukd why het th be followed o o, leftnra
l h O if t Itit e te t. Iust 30 16f"ar te Sl Plaiad,-, hs 4loatetuce of burg, Ila, Canton. Ohio, at FORT MADISON. IaU. Jan d13whito ne roren cuclIone

O I'ghll, e .osorWii lSao cf the l, o ha-s wi du threw low dia- New Yor.mtheStes.sp -UP- A -trouble maker" partmembers are Invited to
cot NI ,Ue. aI Lkst'asniI. U Wacap- the holidays with her great-lconvict set four fires In 10 min-JbsY.
S te a B.ld4 w taUted by the Comp Dy the devein o intricate d by the ace. Now declare uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mraped several years ago and bring guests to the meeting.
o e #a ta;St.Analysi eeded only to run ,his surJ. e James May In New York. litentlarisy today, wrecking the bean Clle Club M

ft and o a6 t te oClpt to betll)d];ate thotr b4ool to l u leed waslessnless ir st vaaion inthe ve ao uicS- erded
tWhloti and 21 8o. o o lp toan "aaed h Il" ta ter had the q taeen and The family who arranged the bigs auditorium a nd damaging The general Aembly of I
ad ready to to t. M ay the E ad the een luncheon Included: Mr and dOther structures, out. The prison offi- ibean oollee Clb ill

tllll not t'h. t d Ans a siya le "P Cashed the ace of spade the Joseph Dietric aty Sr on era cased no trouble and there lGod at0 epdmt.n *
Weo alythimn t ll i ,ta of Anals; rtthement baIand thet op clhearts, and let a low boNew JMrey .La w erenonur nce paym.
hat pa oJu at lJoinofnF ndlsod tCo oe att
I o run te rest of the hearts of Balboa, Mr. and Mrs. E.C. Robert D.l Nightengae. 32. Des first rop wll be in
Ae e~e bleen~ the lasted atvi led, Huldist.of Gamboa, and Mr.Moines, who" wa sel- d with a ofnthe meeting
tr L-s f , a. tr t l atia momnddes esatUe their miionry work upper ed firemen fight the audtor-Paul Rnnetrnd, t

IVr (rA d ynWardaher 5d ofAr an in David. They have spent auditorium building, then Ihn aT gues spae-ilb
S cmtte aly taet al tt o d. thrthats years aen the RepubMrs. William McLaughlin, of Warbyden Percy Lainson said ma-Cn Cpany
SI ., iiefl wao d haffot to keep nly tun, spen rt the horning lidays in N ghteng e, a convicted f orio-
S-a et ait e t a diI, tl.n trcard. If West kepit a club, New Jersey. with her sonsH Bi admitted his gult but o- and Operation o the Pna
oS!f a 'a a a WWIIdu Of sac bt h diamonds andirD ald Mrsldhonare stuelty- shrugged drhisshnouIde Ca1 H
0. ier ,-ithe ROTC Dance, to be of o w oulThe bteetof Vaked by wam at o" W"p s :a n te Itke, To and Renss when asked wh he set the be flled b a ene

II ..I,.is 1102"111buHt hear tell.ft A- n ....the audienin W o t 0A In- a inmoa, ou't hj ofel Tech h. returned Mon day from a owners are allon siwed to leave f at honer u
"How.can oe dtei an wth any w a three months vacation with their obs and step outside toAll members e invited
a"1toKnotWill111i"ted' b" .ynty deve iIt.t td e, ,1 ca*e t aslcorrect In whoosinc y. ped sev r o an bring gues to the it three blames were
elmofort..a.. ol Brequired ha ub opening, but ie didnnf Ms D ra Wech. of Gatun, *a recaptured inuOrheron. e
a fnint vlduas Inr the thi n ar enough ahead. The O. N. 8. Monday from spend- Prison the auditor, anspread to

This vest tC ec Sne Aiilit Chartcr oe the rpd No natl thir bo to n
iiIO g3 k.a ta.t. .q M dysa &1r0a "aby" O o d.ort aet _rhad the queen, and f States with er sister and bro- convicts in their cel when
!I S" t nYMort Sid reedy to go to It. & tbtiday ig it l e Jtunior Ctbad the lsn elubstther-in-law, Corporal and Mrs. the fires broke out. The prison-tamol te a
th L Se wS~ h t by o. was vital. o est to lead the josep l Dietric at Rivertoners caused no trouble and thefire n
"' E/ i .to.. r__ th. leading lI tm"b"_Mkin; of clubs rather athn a low IN erew l ersey. were no Injuries. mI ayme t. r
I i~tlt~qtl" SBSI ia ... $ y ues# iMoen g,. a wrW "It West m on the king of R everend and Mrs. Carl E. Lason sead Nte fist dea -, T " .
h, Oelubs he anater discardIall of Pteridge arrived on the "Chi- set fires i the texti le and up-
cou rt.. ",p V om h sand Save protection In riqul from Dallas, Texas, to holatery shops which are on
I A a 2n al tei ond_ and de resume. their missionary work upper flierss of the four- tory
oL11141 Pa r tM I i- vi th l wA i -h- bf sn te y.a a ea eDavid. They have spent auditorium building then In a m
a h.e _h yf.e iaPs do tv ou then \g h nded...- three years i theo Republic.nearby vocational school build-
.t .the.. ..h r wethinkthatd manyPlayers ad are r. Aurnig frTE a year's WNIng Io the Prison

thdlea trak Mel sy w has o l owt edor obut he Mr. and rs hena d IM4E- iso-ettng during a 10-Im1 h
SII.ie uetlo asked byalat no-tirop was a rather ke, of Margarita, with son .r- minute rest perio when prb- ,'
contact .won square, nie returned Monday from aonersare allowed to leave, d P 5f d 5
S"How can rm an with ny y ceaTea three months' vacation wlit their Jobs and step outside to
II.. V..... --t.h t som anIm.a cotracthof em h but i Mn relatives In Green ay., Wis- smoke. it...
rEPIElieara norbaSuc h thaett me earts would/coEsin. The fst thee blazes were
w!um .rm- ire. Iiwirnc I .axe. _votu.e .shavebeen defeated by an open but the
uEU11uU5 .& 131 groves er, bO f ang diamondlead. 'L e 0., N. S. Meeting reIn the auditorium spread'
111i d o_ p i, *h bI .. rb The Atlantic Chapter of therapIdIY. Nitengale. wiho
'Cot I tlimuq ft ,_ R.nug drl ; fo. h..N. S. will meet at the used bundles or cotton .soakl
A M w With the othI be (ahe Coco Solo Officers Club at 7:00 In oil, set the fire on the stage.
!.d.I IU .thattA .r l p.m. Wednesday..President, where It- quickly rartied
AI. AN" SA LA~~~Sde may E e 1 "cOn I u Wll John T. Burns will preside. Iogh the stge oeer
Sthe t 11 _Iiues- and" Neghh..oti Meeting At Ironically, the stage fixtures
JU n W"'10h I A, o' ,f C"er teohnc l) a ,ort OuUek 'had been bobt out otA pr-Is
i..n,_'..ere W.ll b.ea Neighborhoodoner funddhe ahtbrod fire
-"!, I .rCOLON, -Tihe e. AO, STheir W WASHOTOrJan.13(Up)GeMeetingl of all Brownie arndd burned out the interior, des-
i.&MRS your hustom uft 10111 -T__ supreme Court sruled,,6,,itoere.of.For..Gulic and Fort Window casings buckled In the

ho!atu yirh s en _r MI oI th
wt 3, today thIat the Do Labor DavisIn the Fort uIIc k; heat.

theI Ia--'Mo 0Con---pa- m was computed for. the en- Pan-ed by her aunt, Mrs. glve- season estimated damasth
'&:t 9 e afcidre- I&ire time of their non -employ- ra Bellmund, when she return- at 866,000. mostly In the audi-$
c*1 @ -ent, lesswhattheyhadt ed to the Ithmu last Thur- torium.
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Three Contracts Total

Well Above $100,000.

NEW YORK, Jan. 13 (UP)-The Brooklyn
IDodgers figure in most of the baseball news today.
'The National League champions have signed three
,.,top players and say they plan to sell a Double-A
farm club.
The three signed players are believed his salary was hiked a-
second baseman Jackie Robin- bout $5,000 to $42,000. Reese also
ion, shortstop Peewee Reese and signed for about $42,000. while
catcher Roy Campanella. All Campanella's salary Is estimated
three received raises, at $30,000.
Club Vice President Buzzy Bay- Reese and Robinson disagree
saI calls the signing a pleas- on which team will give Brooklyn
4nt. but expensive experience." the most trouble next season.
Robinson says his 1953 agree- Robbie says it will be the Phila-
inent calls for a good raise. It's delphia Phila. Reese expects the
Giants to be the top contenders.
Campanella disagrees with
Pl ground Sports both. "If we can play like we
know how to play," says Campy,
"none of these clubs will be tough
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL The planned sale concerns the
SWIM MEET Fort Worth Cats in the Texas
The annual Atlantic elemen- The Dodgers announced they
ary school swimming meet was will sell the club-probably with-
held Saturday morning Jan. 10 in the next year-but will con-
the Gatun Pool. This impor- tinue a working agreement.
ant meet is one of the many ac- The Fort Worth front office al-
ivties sponsored by the Division ready has undergone a change.
-f Schools, Physical Education Earlier yesterday. President John
and Recreation Branch, for the Reeves announced he had resign-
benefit of your children. ed. And a-ort Worth paper (The
The boys and girls who parti- press, say Reeyes was fired.
jipated in the meet thoroughly Dodger Vice President Fresco
eIjoyed being competitive sports- Thompson says Reeves was of-
en. The results were: 25-yard fered a chance to buy the Fort
ack stroke-boys: 1. George Worth franchise and also has
laughter. 20.6 sec.-Gatun: 2. been invited to remain In the
Eric Thompson. Margarita; 3. Dodger organization. Thompson
Gerald Hilty. Cristobal. says Reeves has not yet -made a
25-yard back stroke-girls: 1. decision.
Helen George, 23.2 sec.-Gatun:; In other baseball news, the St.
2. Marilyn Smith. Cristobal. Louis Cardinals have announced
25-yard breast stroke-boys: 1. an 83-game night schedule for
.odfzer Sanders. 23.9 sec.-Mar- 1953. Fifty-one of the Cards' 77
garlta: 2. Jot Coffin-Gatun: 3. home games will be played un-
Michael Stephenson-Cristobal. der lights. The other 32 night
, 25-yard breast stroke-girls: 1. games are on the road. The 26
Claire White, 25 sec.-Gatun: 2. home daylight games include 12
Carolyn Holgerson. Cristobal. on Sundays and doubleheaders
25-yard free style-boys. 10 yrs. on Memorial Day and Labor Day.
Billy Thrift. 16.6 sec.-Gatun: Elsewhere, the Cleveland In-
John Manning, Cristobal; 3. dians received good news today.
el Fields, Margarita. Minor league outfielder Jim Lem-
25-yard free style-girls 10 yrs. on is due for an Army discharge
1. Jmdy Hakanson. 19.4 sec-Ga- this Saturday. Lemon, who is not
fte 2. Darien Dietz. Cristobal. related to Cleveland pitcher Bob
B-yard free style-boys: 1. Bil- Lemon, hit 39 homers and batted
Thrift. 38.8-Gatun: 2. Rod- In 119 runs for Oklahoma City in
Ley Billmyer. Margarita; 3. Peter the Texas League in 1950. He will
der, Cristobal. report to the Indian pre-training
50-yard free style-girls: 1. season camp at Daytona Beach,
Donna King. 42 sec.-Margarita; Florida, Feb. 13.
2. Jean Seaman. Cristobal; 3. Ra-
Imon.t Anderson, Gatun. a
&5-Xd free atyle-boys 8 yrs.
'1n 2 asee-Cristo- Kd w umyef
MMfJandftr tgarlt g
ife free se-grls 8 yrs.
Charl'ene Graves, 20.1 sec.-In Tuneups T i
ard free style-bols 12 yrs.
dney Billmyer, 17.8 sec.- NEW YOR, Jan. 18 (UP)-
mkarita; 2. Mike LaCroix. Ga- WelterweigYORKht ampn. 13 (d
l: 3. Francisco Katz. Cristobal. Welterweight ChampiontKid
S35-yard free style-girls 12 yrs. Gavlan ef Cuba tonight meets
Jean Seaman. 18.3 sec.-Cris- Aman Pek in aten-round non-
tbal: 2. Judy Hallett, Gatun. title bout at Tampa, la. The
25-yard free style-boys 9 yrs. bout wil be one of two prep
I; Gerald Hilty. 18.9 sec.-Cristo- bouts against southpaws be-
ial; 2. Gary Irving. Gatun. fore Gavlan defends his world
25-yard free style-girls 9 rs. titleagainst Chuck Davey in
Pamela Theriot. 19 sec.-Ga- L efty Davey wib. ll also e n a
im: 2. Brenda Collins. Cristobal. Lefty Davey will also be'in a
25-yard free style-boys 11 yrs. takes on. Johnny Wihtia Tshe
IL Tommy Sellers. 17.8 sec.-Cris- takes on Johnny Williams. The
tobal: 2 G eorge Slaughter,--r- Michigan State graduate hopes
obal: 2. George Slaughter. Ga- to be the second college man
S3. Rodger Sanders, Marga- to win a world crown. Billy
25-yard free style-girls 11 yrs. oose wais the first.
1. Marilyn Smith. 18.4 sec.-Cris- Among Davey's victims is for-
tobalU 2. Donna King. Margarita; meron world middleweightano. Chamck
Judy Kakanson. Gatun. unbeaten in 38 pro fights.
25-yard free style-boys 7 yrs. Tonight's contest wIl be the
,William Will, 20.6 sec-Cristo- ,irt Gavilan appearance in
25-yard free style-girls 7 yrs several months. His manager,.
2-yard free style-girls 7 yrs.Fernando BalUdo, says the Kid
Helen George, 19.4 sec.-Ga- needs this fight and he other
i.n re ty rea bot, against lefty Vie Cardell.
100-yard free style relay- later this month in order to be
pys: 1. Billy Thrift, George in top shape for his Feb. 11
daughter Gary Irving, Mike La- acampionshi defense
lx. 1:24.6-Gatun: 2. Earl pe
gnders. Rodney Billmyer. Mel
Ieda, Eric Thompson-Margari-
:; 3. Tom Sellers, John Man- Here is the buy. 1950 Buick
IMng. Francisco Katz. Orin Haw- Super. 4-door Sedan. hard-
thorne-Cristobal. ly used, good tires, radio.
100-yard free style relay- seat covers, almost given
girls: 1. Pamela Theriot, Char- away, easy payments. For
0ne Graves, Helen George. Ju- sale at
dy Kakanson. 1:19.4-Gatun: 2. SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. SA.
mn, Jean Seaman. Darce Hause- SnT NO
Cristobal. co;on, e^O$,0.

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Pacific Divisional

Softball League

TEAM- Won Lost Pet.
Navy Ordnance .. 1 0 1.0
C..O ..1 .... 1 1.6W
Ideal Bread...
Commlssary. ... 1 1.
Naval Station... 1 10 L
Army Transport... 1 LO
Army Ordnanee ,. 1 .0
Army Signal .. 0 1 .000
P. C. Transportat'n 1
Electrival Division. 1
Army QM ...... 0 1 .000
Army Ordnance va. Army
Army QM vs. Ideal Bread.
Army Transp. 12, Electrical 7.
After Lt. Col. Knox and Mr.
Earl Dailey had performed the
inaugural rites, Army Transpor-
tation stepped on the gas for a
whirlwind 12-7 victory over a
much Improved Electrical outfit:
W. Camp, the winning pitcher,
was relieved by A. Lee. A. Dennis
started for Electrical but yielded
to Belgrave who was tagged with
the defeat. J. Castilo. 3-3: R.
Roberts. 3-4; and G. Bourne, 2-3,
were the batting stars. Cragwell
and Castillo homered.
Naval Station 10, P.C. Trans-
portation 3.
Lt. Commander C. W. Linden
officially gave the green light for
the Naval Station-P.C. Transpor-
tation tilt in the inaugural cer-
emony and Naval Station showed
their appreciation by bombard-
ing P.C. Transportation for a 10
to 3 decision.
Holness went the distance for
the mound victory. West was the
losing hurler. Danvers. Powell.
and Bovell poled out circuit
clouts. Danvers. 3-4: Castillo,
2-3: Holness, 2-3: Lashlev. 2-4,
and Wyriter, 2-4, were the lead-
ing hitters.

Pacifk Liflle Loop

Farm System To Be

Five Team League
At a meeting last Saturday
morning between officials of the
Pacific Little League and coaches
John Fawcett, Leisy, Dedeaux
and Wolf of the Physical Educa-
tion and Recreation Branch of
the Division of Schools. plans
were made for a five-team le"ue
to operate .a farm systemfor
the Pacific Little League. '
Teams from Gamboa. Pedro
Miguel and Diablo Heights and
two teams from the players left
over from the Pacific Little
League tryouts will make up the
league hnd it will be known as
One of the teams to be made
up from Pacific Little League
registrants will be called BAL-
BOA and will be managed and
coached by.Charles Smith and
Jimmy May and the other team
will be called ANCON and will be
managed by Pacific Little League
Prexv Lou Olud.
The teams will play a twelve-
game scltdule with games slat-
ed for Wednesday and Saturday
at Ga boa. Pedro Miguel and
Balboa Little League parks.
All players whose names have
appeared in the list of farm club
players on this sports page are
requested to report for the final
practice on Saturday morning at
8:30 at the Little League park on
Gaillard Highway.
In the last two practices a lit-
tle over thirty players out of 54
on the "farm list" have reported
and this Saturday will be the last
time that a workout will be held
as Charles Smith. Jimmy May
and Lou Glud will be on hand to
divide the players into two teams
that will play in the Shorty

Panama Sportsman

Donates 'Shield'

For Cricket Match
Leroy C. Fergus, young Pana-
manian sportsman, has donated
a handsome shield which will go
to the winner of the two-day
cricket match that is scheduled
for the La Boca Ball Park, Feb-
ruarv 22 and 23. between the At-
lantic All-Stars and the Pacific
The dream game bids fair to
be a great attraction because of
the rising popularity of cricket
which now has two leagues with
a total enrollment of 13 teams.
This activity ls sponsored by the
Physical Education and Recrea-
tion Branch of the Division of
ast night, officers of the At-
lantic Cricket Council and the
Pacific Cricket Council met with
Physical Director Aston Parh-
ment and made plans for the
all-star game.
For the big game, which wvl
get under way at noon, on Feb.
22. prizes will be awarded to the
batsman who makes the highest
score, to the leading bowler, and
to each member of ChL partner-
ship that makes the most rus..

4-deoor eiaa. gsod rm.
ing conditem,. esy pay-

US Pros Arrive To d

Dance Tonight At C

PANAMA PROFESSIONAL The first Pl&amanlan professional
golfer, Carlos Rodriguez, takes a hefty swing on the practice tee
while the Panama Golf Club caddies Io oat.- Carlitos, a former
Panama caddie himself, has just begin named pro at the Puerto
Armuelles club and he will enter the Panama-Gpen this year for
the first time. Carlitos is a former Isthmian caddie champion.

On The Alleys...

The Margarita Bowling League Malco
got back into full swing last Snyde
Thursday night after a two-week Scheli
holiday, with the Elks gaining Doug.
two points on the league leading Blbkd
Aces by outlasting the Coco Solo
Navy team, taking two games Total
and total pins for a 3-1 count.
while the Post Office was laying
it on the Aces. by also winning
two games and total pins.
Lucky Strike moved into a tie Gorm
with Gatun Electric for fifth Hann
place honors as they turned back Wone
the Cristobal Gun Club by tak- Jense
Ing two games and total pins, oliok
while Cafe Kresch was outbowl- Handl
ing Gatun Electric. taking two
games and tptal pins. TotaL
Dick Hogan spotlighted the
night's bowling with a 255 game
which bettered Robinson's sea-
son high by 12 pins. OGrer
Individual highs for the night R. Br
were: Long
Series M
ClIa0 A-.idek Hoead...'..SM K Md
Clam B-Ray Braune.... 543
Class C-Lloyd Glick... 405 Total

Class A-Dick Hogan.... 255
Class B-Lee Kariger.... 202
Class C-Lloyd Gllck.... 195
(24 or men ames)
H, Colbert (CGC) .. .... 179- 0
R. Banker (COC) .. .. 173-40
R. Robinson (Aces) .. .. 173-24
D. Good (Aes>.. ...... 172-40
E. Bensen (LS) .. .. .. 171-4
P.Stewart (Elks) .. .. .. 170-24
C. Louis (Elks).. .. ... 170-24
J. Do (G) .. .. 168-26
R. Bartram ( C) ... 185
D. Anderson (ACs) .. .. 168- 1
R. Bartram .......... 602
E. Spinney ...... .. 602
R. Hoa 5 .
R. Hogan .. .... .... 25
R. Roblason .. ..... 243
R. Robinson .. ... .. 243

Blair . . 148 182 144
Cullen . 144 127.,. 200
Cieplela. . 184 147 171
Tustin. . 142 148i. 160
Braune, .. 149 21 193
Handicap. 25 .- 25
Totals. ... 792 B 83
Louis. . 164 I8 166
Stilson . 153 40 173
Hoan . . .57 19 255
Stewart. 144 14 155
Kariger.', 180 MX 181
Totals . 784 *844, *930







146 121
127 188
123 106
163 158
112 112
671 685








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s. .

ley 130 141 133
berg. 157 159 r163
r . 115 122 153
n . 148 181 152
. . 159 141 195
icap. 4 4 4
s. 713 *748 *00

. 136 135 176
own.. 137 175 146
. . 171 118 121
m .. 177 183 174
.ew ,1 148 145
ap. ;.'.'104 104 104

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Robinson .
HowarI. .
Good . .
Totals. .

.*866 861 '866
172 236' 157
134 149 150
S169 143 155
148 177 157
157 183'. 165
. 778 '888 785

Bensen . 158 178 178
Johnton .. 158 163 149
Turner .. 160 165 164
Woodcock. 147 146 183
Blind .. 136 116 1386
manMeap. 7 1 7 57
Totam .. .*818 845 887

Mo or 177 189 162 528
W.d 150 149 172 471
133 1800 59 471
n6er . 5 15 177 52
B a .182 104 157 501
Tota. . 80460 8272 34

ay; Party,

olf Club

The annual Panama Open
competition won't get under way
until Thunday morning but the
hindi actu wll get statd
today with the arrithe arrival of ta
group of professionals and ubs-e
auent get-t~ ether affair Whbih
include a ala dance at the Pan-"
ama Golf Club tonight .
Tea -pros from the UAS. .bead-
ed by the Incomp arabe Bm
Snead, were due to arrive .,lo..
eumda at 3 p.m. today and
along with eight pros froi t
Ameica. will be guests at a .c
tail rty given by Es Std-
ard Ol at Hotel ElPanama at a.
At thi party the prom ill a
golf stories withe tvviasingde-.
egations who have been taking
part In the Inter-Club tourna-
ment and at 8 everybody will re-
pair to the golf club for the big
dance and presentation of prizes
to the Inter-Club tourney win-
All members of the golf club
and Open tourney entrants are
Invited to the dance.
At pup Ume play was still
contlian iM the Inter-Club
affair bat' It was already cer-
tain that the Panama team
was the viteor. Th= bi sur-
prise of the tomMey was Costa
Rica which had a held on see-
ond plase entering the final
Outstandlng individual per-
formance in the tourney belong-
ed to Doe Hetb Mitten, who had
a five-stroke lead on the field
for low medal go0n h into the last
18 holes. RunninR second.was lit-
tle Jaime de-la Guardia and third
Dicky Arlas.
With only nine holes left to
play. the' team standings were
as follows:
Panama .. .... .. 2761
Coa"Rica ........ 2168
Gatemala ... .. .. IM
El aI do .. .. .. .. .187
Nicaragua.. .. .. .. .. 1332
Some of the visiting pros tried
the. wurse eaterday With little
Emrnid Mia from uayaudll,
turning in the best practice
round of 71.
All of the pros will be on the
course tomorrow getting the feel
and baling thb greols and
th r tev score well or 9nt
th .ey"are. bn .M .'ag pr.9On
for local pro"An aarrie
who has the course bea
condrMn, perha the best l 1
ever been in.
And at 4:30 tomorrow, of
course all the k l on,
handPor f is' (h ia'Qdfc^L
ihowlls the locals.0 nen
hot abota alike. how h ae of
oal lbould and should NOT be
Outstanding stars Of the glinc
will be Buck white, SklpAlexan-
der. Johmny Palmer, iand Clato
Heafner -tb sht u
w pet No. iron; and the
stlutrs, Chick arbert and Rob-
erto de Vpenzo;, with the boom-
ian woods.

- A conscience stricken mo-
to rt from Chame igr PaI,
o aodd he drove. 'ou a red
mht here 235 ya &, *rote
t city oficlals f rafid oafBd
t pay appropriate iuty.
Mayor Carlton,B.D tuckey ad
e hu wrt to the man
commendilit for his belated
honty a assuring him that
ti" torsiona.

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the Cmia
fir t6ip

Cicero ot a walk given up by
Ort4g. tfhe Stole nbnd. 0owl"y
grounded 6ut an' advanced Cic-
ero to third. Wlas got on base
through a fielder's cbolce and
Cicero made It homrn hes Or-
texga threw the .ball home.. isala
stole second and got to third
when Morton ot f iiLttrough
a fielder's choice and an error,
made by Haradou advanced Ial-
as. Rayboume then knOckEd out
a hard sgle to left eter and
Sales scored. Mortn -wmat to
third, after teal second and
scored when the banlmaubomhe
hit was fumbled by the left tfd-
er. Thea Napoleondashed out a
clean triple to score Rybouari
Flynn grounded out .te end the
i the send 2 6ne, Webb
meanr, lat year' oy piteh.lw
to wrow a fz a% o-run *ag,
d tbhef tet l irs fm
.6 ..me O to man.

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NactiOc Towi

Start; Hearne

S. djyat te'o al0
I downed Lai
A ofey athr nning s

Then scored on i
Sn to the stth
ant It wa again no run -
i la half of the sae-
MnIA, aut ia plhch itfter
tor 4W, who was Walked,
themOWrVy advanced the run-
Sfm t he was boosted tod
Erd on a fielder's choice to
fntro and sanoter fielder''
.After th jty~r.oitchers set-
4$W doW adA aTe was no more
eIg. "urany made a spec-
taa said wen he dived for
Swm far away and
!*uy bt It
A_ Morto dn ave up two
moiB bae d6 balls, the La At'-
raoclftp did tot SIoualy thteat.-
an. In the top half of the ele-
venth. Balboa,21th school scor-
ed four morse runs to take the

th4 game ep
pkia vw
jmen Baia

two mn sA~ 0o
oil bmae'o
chain. 2 X R; '
through an error, Joae

for es -.sae of.tt-p9t6._ d o~' abpn A
colorful, styaUsh smpWry to the
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APGE 14 .. .. .. ..

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Elks 3W, X.
Polee vs. Firemen

eThe Elks 1414 team eked out
3 to 2 win over APBO yesterday
afternoon for their first win of
the season and sent AQ1 down
to their second defeat.
The same turned into pitch-
orael between 1s'2% mwlle
Sehoch and jAFO's Alelx s bernz
with an of the scoring tohnr
place In te flnat two innings.
-The inot off to t -
run rally It the bottom -t the
Ai thoe tape

to enter field when the
fielder threw to second
D tt tlumaek for the
OI of the W R.
Pop.d.IaaS aOO-d0.I
hmrand.m and by
a Mr6". awever.
hIe mmmGd nnln. bwer
hetb settled down to a
tiheua' due) with AUM
Sthe Elk hitless the rest
way and Schoch RivinR up
itJ fourkand one
lI hmrers of the ameI
i DaIber. Elks short-
hberens. Sad AMREI

first seker, Bobby Wallace with
all there men alerting two hits
In tire trips to the plate.
Toda me will find the
aemen ~l for their second
wlB o ewof a wtth ears
for11 who thler opo-
a PoI ltry to tter
th* reold of one wa and one
Io Mallfb in the stalaina.
UhO mound ch eO for the
o e Bobby K ihofer for
n box ohnnyrChae for
The box score:

AVO 14-- AlB l
S __ rf .. .. .. 2 a
amin,.. .. .. 2 1
seaae e.... .. 3

R ee. ef...... 3 0
Snodp96.. c.... i 0
Bra I. f .... 1
hberens, p .. .. 6
Totals .. .. .. .. 23
3L33 1414- AB R
b 2..0.. .. 2 0
Da'rt-e ..... .. 1
ThO ,, p. u. 2 1

chadhip.. 0
D. Hern, f .. .. 2 0
Lewis. lb ... .. 2 0
Totals .. ...... 10

0 0 0
1 1 1
0 4 2
0 1 0
2 3 0
0 0 1

2 36

0 1 a
0 0

0 1 0
1 8 0
a 5a

Score By Innaina
AlOE 14 1 1 0 0 00--2
LKS 1414 ..-JS 0 0 0 X-3
Winnine Pitcher-l4choch (1-0).
oeta Pitcher-Mbere. (0-11.

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The Atlas Garden keulers
knocked out a three-point victory
over the oppola_ Importadora
Belects team lasTueWday night
by taking the second and final
/B! and yfllJ. while the Max
R. tepe tea in second lace,
wa pttt ahe four polata with
the oerxa y Lus team.
The Atlas tean gained one
point in the league standings
over the Iteme l.rs, and are
fna1 leading 4 pointe to 44 after
18 weeks of play. with nine weeks
left to determine the 1963 Major
League champlons.

In the Atlas Oarted-l Imposr
tadora Beleota ame. Bloer was
Ih forW Atla w fee 1:
mE th 13
he has hit or over. Lee Orup
with. W a A "
ma thle stmpeleers too the
first third Rmem, but drop-
Seeond nd infall by
ndre was high
or. l with 915, while No -
r th h for the lashousers
On adjacent lw. Lpoa1,-ll
_tn a tat'Wk rn
lockless .omaa teaffiwt NdS
talar oay the second o ame.
raxleniol was. high for Local 59
with 5. loll owed closely by a-
ed with wM6. while Joe PlIebrk
w"s hiah fora Hea with 5N0.
In the final match of the eve-
nin Snowerop Frosen Pood
finally knocked out a four-pant
victory (the first four-point vic-
tory of the season) over the
7461t AU 8m]nal team, which llda
back into last plaoe by one-half
point. Ted Melanson beat out a
strong 637 for Suoworop follo*-
Aid by Morton with 598. while Ba-
shmar had an even 600 for the
Army unit, with Saylon right be-
hind with 8M5.1
The standings of the teams aft-

r the play were:
Atlas arden .... ..
M.R.8temml& Son..
Pueraa y Lus ......
USowcrop P. Foods..
Local 5M, 6 p ....
H. I. Homa Co......
7461st AU 1nal ....

W. L.
48 24
44 28
41% 30%
40 32
31. 40
31 Va 40
25% 46
25 47

In the Individual average
group, the leaders were:
Name f TeaM- Average
1--a er (Atlas). .. ..203-
-,oulbert (Atlas) .. .. 1-
3-Mtlariua (Snowcrop) 191- 5
4-Coey (Atlas)..... 188-33
S-M-le a (l )595)... 187-38
-Nort (Itowerop).. 187-37
d-n aw (IStemwN.. 187- 1
$_waft(NeMPIr .. 186-39
t--Born (La IMip. Sel.) 185-21
1o--. DlUM (Imp. Sel.) 184-4e

Flght bope

ORL.ANS. Jan. 13 (UP)
oaf Butcher of Rook Is-
I. won a split decision
ii ~ve td Centella of
*A In the main bout at
um LArena
e 1d4le "KId" Wolf vot-
iwea O Hitefla, the 3-to-1
Sw both judges save
the nod.

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In oi mapil iUnarul



Pacific Softball League

TEAM STANDINGS Hale were credited' Wtth I
TEAM- Won Lost Pet. each to total the four safe&iae.
Firemen's lnurance 3 0 1.4;6 Al Miller.
El.. .. .. ......2 1 .i667 Th cor:
faster's .. .... .. 2 2 .M5 BAl AB
CAA.......... 1 2 .333 Correa, 3b. ........ 2 0 .
Pan Liquido...... 0 3 .000 Lawyer If.. .. .. .. 3 0 1
C~iCantrell.)f .........0 0 0
Woodrufr. as .. ..... 3 2
MONDAY'S RESULT Ganas, c" .... 3 2'
BaSter's 7, Elks 3. Newhouse, 2b .. .. .. 3 0
TODAY'S GAME Anderson, lb.. ......2 0
CAA vs. Pan Lquido. Miller, p.. ... ., .. 2 0
Yesterday fernoon saw Demp .rf .. .. ....
Yesterday afternoon saw 'Hinzef.. ...... 6

gooa game between Baxter's
transporters and the Elks, in
which Baxter's belted the Elks
by a score of 7 to 3.
A1 Miller (2-1) went the dis-
tance for the transportmen giv-
Ifn up four base hits and four
free passes.
Frit Chenev (2-1) was on the
mound for the Elks and was
charged with five safeties and
five baseson balls. Frito also hit
twp batsmen with a pitched ball.
Ibo ofwbloeh ct him a run.
With one out In the bottom of
the fifth frame. Miller walked
three In suecession--all three
scored to account for the total
tallies of the BIks.
Bobby Oanes. making his ini-
tial appearance for the azxter
nine, marked up two isnales.
Woody Woodruff also crossed the
first sack twice with sinels.
Hersh Dempsey earned the other
base bit to account for the five
off Cheney.
P'or the Elks. Ogle Herudon
manage a double in the fourth.
Dom Roberto. Bob Taht and Pete
Radio Scarecrow
-D. M. Swink has installed a
radio in his pecan grove but he
doesn't stay around to listen
to its loud programs. Neither do
pecan-hungry crows.

Totals. ... ... . 28 T
Roberto. 2b .. .. .. .. 3 1 1
Taht. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3 1 4
Copello. rf.... ..... 6 0
Coffey. cf .......... 1 0 1
Soyster, b .. ...... 3 4
Hale. If.... .. .... 3 1 0
Murphy. c. .. ...... 3 0
Herndon, rf ...... .. 3 1 9
Dedeaux. 3b ........ 3 0 6
Cheney, p.......... 3 0
Totals .. .. .. . 26 4 3
&ore By lonnal
BAXTER'3 102 4 0 0 x-7
s 0 doo 0 0 o 0 o-
The Elks were charged with 5
errors: Baxter's 3..

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Fired Tax Man

SHas More Grief

BOSTON, Jan 13- (UP) -
Denis W. Delaney, the govern-
inent's chief tax collector in
Massachusetts for seven years,
was indicted today on charges'
that he evaded $2,971 of hisI
own income taxes during 1946
*nd 1949.
A federal grand jury re-,
turned two new indictmentsI
against the 56 year old
Delaney who only last October
won a court fight to set aside
a conviction on bribe taking

The indictments charged d
that Delaney "wilfully and
knowingly attempted to de-
feat and evade a large part
of his incone tax due the
federal government" through
a joint return filed with his
'wife in 1949.
In 1946. the indictment said,
Delaney reported on income of
$6,200 and paid a tax of $847.
The grand jury said his net
Income actually totalled $9,200
and he should have paid a tax
fo $1,640.
In 1949, according to the se-
cond count, he and his wife re-
ported a joint net income of
$8,496. when their income ac-
tually was $17,824.
They paid a tax of $1,069
when they should have paid
$3,257, according to the indict-
Delaney's gross salary as in-
ternal revenue collector in 1946
was $8,225. In 1949 it was
Federal prosecuting officials
.deellned to discuss the case in
view of the fact that a U.
K. Circuit Court of Appeals
set aside Delaney's bribe-tak-
ing conviction on grounds of
prejudicial pre-trial publicity.
Delaney, a one-time W P A
ditch-digger appointed Internal
Revenue Collector by the late
President Franklin D. Roosevelt
In 1944, was fired by President
Truman in July 1951.
The following September he
was Indicted oh six counts of
king $12,500 in bribes and
S lsely certifying $180,000 in tax
en certificates.
Tred toin U.S.-District Court
was convicted on three
= to ivolvin $7,5O0 in al.
bribes and on the certl-
efiate certification charges.
He was sentenced to two
years in prison and fined $10,500
but the verdict was set aside
by the appeals court.
The court ruled that be-
eause of the publicity preced-
ing the case particularly
stemming from the investiga-
tion of a congressional sub-
committee Delaney was not
able to get a fair trial.
Delaney's wife was not named
In the indictments as a defen-
dant since the joint return
of 1949 was made out by her
Neither the U. S. attorney's
Office nor the office of the
Internal Revenue Collector
would disclose the source of
S Delaney's a 11 e ge d unreported
Income in the two years men-
tioned in the indictment.
The indictments on which
Delaney previously was tried,
however, charged that De-
laney accepted bribes during


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440 UN Fighter-Bombers 'Hit

Manchuria-Korea Supply Line

SEOUL. Koren. Jan 13 iUPt-
United Nations fighter-bombers
unleashed two 220-plane attacks
on the main Manchurla-to-Ko-
rea supply route today while
protecting Sabres destroyed or
damaged four Communist Mig-
15 attempting to break uD the
An early morning attack bv
220 planes on five bridges north
of Sinaniu was followed un by
an equally large Allied strike
this afternoon.
Two Russian-built jets were
shot down by Sabres as they
swooped down between Sinan-
ju and the Yalu River to In-
tercept the slower fighter-
bombers. Another Red jet was
probably destroyed, and a
fourth was damaged.
It was the fifth straight day
that Allied warplanes hit the
bridge complex north of Sinanlu.
The Allied raiders ran into
intense fire from radar-con-
trolled anti-aircraft guns. The
Reds, realizing the importance
of the supply route at the
bridge complex, have made it
one of the most heavily de-
fended areas in North Korea.
In both morning and after-
noon attacks the first waves of
U. N jet bombers concentrated
on the anti-aircraft positions.
Today's bombings followed last
night's attack by Superforts for
th.3 fourth straight night on
Communist railroad yards in the
same area.
Both attacks were aimed at
destroying the Red supply
system carrying food. am-
munition and men to the
Communist armies ranged
against the United Nat no
along the western and deatral

The fighter bombers hit a air group reported "numerous"
complex of jive bridges in the direct hit and claimed 15 anti-
Sinanju area along the Chong- ,aircraft positions destroyed or
chon river where 200 planes hit damaged.
three bridges Monday. On the ground. Allied raiders
TI-.' fighter bombers from four on the western front stormed a
Air Force wings and a Marinelhill in bitter cold lbfore aawn

CHURCHILL ON VACATION stops t. ect the guard of Sonor
drawn up tfo him on his arrival at Mkntego Bay Airport in Ja-
maica. B.W.I., where he joined his family for a vacation.

Pope Hints Possible lncreas.e

In Top Limit Of 70 Cardinals

ROME, Jan. 13 i
words by Pope Plu
off speculation to
70 member Sacre
Cardinals may be
the not too distant
flect the growth o
The Pope disc
himself had consid

Students R
In Night C
At La Boca
Registrations ar
received for the se
df the night school
La Boca Occup;
school which opens
Registrations wil
until Monday nig
first meeting of c
Second semester
Tuition payments
hour for each cour
Classes will be o
oring. woodshop.
typing, motor mec
hand. elementary
business English. B
and advanced tra
offered in several
Additional course
ed for the second
sufficient students
ed, it has been ant

2:09 a m.
2:47 p. m.

(UP) A few sibility in his allocution to the bership of the Sacred College
is XII touched secret consistory which created raised be yond 70, yesterday's
:day that the 24 new Cardinals princes of the consistory was an historic event
ed College of church yesterday. for the church. It Mtarked the
expanded in first time since the days of Pope
t future to re- But. "in the present circum- Clement XI in 1706 that every
)f Catholicism. stance," the Pope told the Sacred seat in the Sacred College had
osed that he College, "it has seemed to us. been assigned.
lered this pos- after a careful consideration of
the matter, to be inopportune to Four countries Ecuador. Co-
change the number of the Car- lombia, India and Yugoslavia -
egister dinals (70) as established by our were brought into the Sacred
predecessor Sixtus V of blessed College for the first time.
Icsses memory. In the bull 'postquam' The elevation of Archbish
versus' of Dec. 3. 1586" [Valerian Gracias of Bombay to
High The Pope did not elaborate on the sacred purple created a see-a
High the circumstances to which he aond Cardinal of the church lan
re now being referred. But church quarters the Far East.
cond semester counted it significant that he
classes at the had so openly dwelt on a possible Much In the Catholic church
national h i eh relaxation of the four-century L- timeless and chafngeless, but
s next Monday old limit set by Pope Sixtus V. the Pope made it clear that the
Yesterday's great secret con- 70-member limit op the Sacred
II be accepted history in the Vatican only open- College is not beyond .the powl-
ht when the ed a series of Investiture cere- billty of change.
lasses for the monies that will not end until,
will be held. Thursday afternoon. Plus XII is alreadfteertalp to
are $4 00 per No ceremony was scheduled for go down in the annals of th
se today, however. Pnd most of thelchurch as a Pope not o ed to
offered In tall- 17 new Cardinals who are inichange when change is truly
dressmaking, Rome confined themselves toineeded.
hqnies. short- their temporary residences, re-
Enelish. and ceivinc, occasional callers:
loth beginning At 6 n.m tomorrow. the npw A 'F
Lining will be Cardinals alone will meet with R IAF mrnSD rt
subjects. the Pone In the throne room of '
's will be add- thp Apostolic Palace. Plane Crashes
d semester if One pt p time they will an-
are Interest- nroach the Pone and bow on one CAI O, Ugypt, Jan. il (UP)-,
bounced. knee three times, then droo to Altilne'S Le numberss were kill.
both knee in front nf tha throne ed when a I Royal AIr
rifdes and kiss the PontifL's slloper. Force four .e!n Hasting
The Pone will thpn nlace the transport rah o a tt fght
Jan 14 *ed beretta on each Cardinal's near Fayld U Bu CaA
LOW head and embrace the new prince yeaerdav,= Army i e
8 51 a. m. if the church., qu t
9 11 p. m. Even without seeing the mem- tb0 y. *.. i -

this morning to blow up an
enemy supply dump and destroy
fortifications threatening the U.
N. line.

Four Nations'
Reach Korea
INCHON, Korea, Jan. 13 (USIS)
-Fresh troops from Belgium, the
Netherlands, Greece and Thai-
land arrived at -this west coast
Korean port last week and re-
ceived a spirited welcome into
the United Nations Command.
Shortly after their arrival, the
replacements were fitted w it h
the U. S. Army's latest winter
clothing, including thermal boots
and. lined parkas.




ROME, Jan 18- (UP) -Ohm
Government today bean u
Itall army engineer to
run It express trains arid e-
tablished airlifts to transport -
hundreds of thousands of p- -
sengrs stranded by a 4-hoour
strike of state railroad worker.
Tlie Milan-Rome express
pulled into Rome's termli nag
tion third morning manned by
unlurmed Italian army engL.
Another military staffed ex-
press made the run withoUt B
incident from Milan to Venice. from

meanwhUle, mw ha s k 1 o gge d d.
with hupdnl ot paaengers a- .- I
waiting room ~on extra flights -
to northeti elties and to the U A U
island of Olaily.
Anyone holdlnga flst classm,
long dltaawe rkllroad ticket W V
was entl tp equivalent air -
transport tday on the Italian Infc r
airline system. 5 *

First Trum Fs Tho
its regular 0
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ntHraiUSe smin .r

KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jaz. 13
(UP) The fist truekloads
President Truman's Washingtc
files were stored in the .Jack
County courthouse today,.aeve
floors above the scene of Fans
City's widely- publloied 19
vault blast and ballot theft.

Your Income Tax
NEA Iname Tax Expert izrDIrriR' NOTE: HerU'i th

The last three schedules for
reporting income on Form 1040
are: ,
Schedule E.-Income from An-
nuitilesr Penruons.
Schedule F.-I ncome from
Rents and Royalties.
Schedule O.-In c ome fro
iaates anad Trsts and Oth
The article explains what to
report as income in these Eced.
ules. And what's even more am-
portant, it names the penlsons
which do not have to be report-
ed as Income and tells about ex-
penes waech can bh deducted
groat rena InIoame.
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meat plans, aiuita ad
turned endowment eles a& t
reported oa ehe E, pam 2
of Form l4 ,
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ineoc into two parts ol r-
nting the actual money you
'into the plan (which s not
d) and the other represeatr
ing Interest on your monMs
(wlich Is taxed). After you have
recewttd bafc. taziree all nb
money you put in, then the rW
mailing payments are taxed in
full .
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page 8 and 9 of the official lB-0
Atructons' and then fi, ll
blW with nus"1 2. Showjp.
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through iayro2el.n
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Andrew Jackson earned his military
sprs early, having fought in the Revo-
lution at 14. At New Orleans in the
War of 1812 he smashed the British
Segalors, adding glory to a conflict
marked by some humiliation.


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