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BONN, Gamemy, Jan. 15-(UP) Six former
rankng Nazis, suspected ringleaders of a plot tE
power again in West Germony, were onsted by
authoHties last eight and may soon be ried by a'ri
court, Se Britih high commission here 'momced th
The arsts were carried out in a seri of surp
swoops by British'military police during the might.
A British high commuiion annomucement sid
men rested at variouss places in the British zm
were big tMd for investigation to determine whei
their entitiess "constitute a threat to the security of
,atl g ih cmmisuarner Sir national socisstat ude
[onmIkrIetrIck called on West league In igatburs. U.
an alpor Ioprad A- puMshd works on '" rs
heimtd ni and lan soience and the sterisotla
1ma as t e pmed ac- the unfit.
Ai was the enly 5) HeiM sepen f
Atntwhpnw about It.In ad- party M a
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Fi. lekmbers were
0 Up V a. new Atlantic
5 aji skOW %O*nted vice
Wulfs. isd*} 4 APOE nation-
nlMeeded at the
the /e ^ Review
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ca iowe mtu m M.
SGermn Minister of Interior
*oert Levr said according to
the Information given him to-
d the arrests were us ed.
added that there was "suf-
ficlent evidence against the ar-
rested men to warrant the ac-
tion" by the British.,
German officials added that
Lehr's views also were shared by
Adenauer himself. ,
British officials said meet- of
the arrests were carried out in
and around Dueselderf, and
Hamburg. I ,
Karl Arnold, premier of the
British sone state of Noth
Rhine-Westphalla, said in Dues-
seldorf that he was Informed of
the actl' this paorning.
The spridss are reportedi
to have transferred during the,
night under heavy guard to the
prison where the British hol4
their German war criminals.
British aburges said -that once
the chaike. against these nus-
pected rinleaders have been
confirmed by the forthcoming
InvestigatiuUs they would be
tried by a British court.
The n es of the six men
were given as follows:
1) Doctot Werner Naumann.
former state secretary In Doctor
jes eb.o e* W.ppaganda
wOUte d Goobbeias Reich
ropada inter ,
2O ustav Scheel, for-
merly aI student leader,
onemme gater of talabor
and nomaed w Hitl' il
for th9 post ofM .nien ter o0
3) A ferr Zlmmermann for-
mer 8. S. brigadier general and
official of the S. 8. economic and
admlinsttidUmn departflwet, .ona-
neeted with the administration
41 Dr. He-nRch a meyer,
associated With Hitler's Munich
putash o 3 i and leader of the
'mer. Injured Canal
a ,- Chauffeur Still
Sa. Criticolly II
piaei j";i after a fall
Anwttl- -med rwr h wa li
wool a trd
The neo-Nat Socialist
Party was declared unom s J
tional and dissolved only
British officials said "we ca I
not confirm that some of the-'
arrested bad been member at A.
that or any other political par-
The High Commissioner's an-
"For some time the rlt .
authorities have been aware th t
a group of former leading Naw
has been plotting to regain pow-
er Jin Western Oermany.
"In the field of foreign af-
fairs this group to principal
concerned with the p,-mytnm
of anti-Western views MandolB.
cies. Its activities have been 4l.
reacted from oenters la theJrt-
"The U.K. High Comml iss e, A
acting under the power resnrv'
ad na the revised occupation tA.- '"
tute, has decided tha th e t.
vitles of this group should
"On his structlons the rlng ,
leaders have been arrested and
detained or examination with a
view to ascertaintg to what ex-'
tent the activities of them naM.
and their contacsrwlthin aud
without the federal republic at
present constitute a threaten it
the security of the Allied f
Meanwhile In Paris, he ab-
nounced discovery of the N"e
plot conlLnmed French fears of
the German political situal
and the Immediate reaction In
political circles wasthat it mifg
hurt fench cooperGn r a
the yoan federal -P West
aly repMuede. o
The announcement which k ,
Paris in time to be basnered I ,
early editions of Paris
noon papers came sport
Minister George a MJqlM ,M
down to discue his
policy in Europe within
his key ambaseador@. ..
high oommisinoaer mn i
dre Franob-Pb neLt .
Although Quas D'Onft
ficiale refused to coameo
l/cly "while the Matterfa
close study," InfamYow cl
believe the discovery of
conspiracy would further
en mistrust toward ge many
Them sources reporWt e
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Me IB PANAMA AMERICAN AN .ESuw IDAM.! NWW SItR
-- B. iii n ..i i. 11.1 ,iny l~i.r _i,^.in> i \ ,iy ,sw W by
feowlins --. -
3 Longest term "
f prisoners "" -,
34 Popular girls
35 The Ark and a -
(Bib.) 5t' Zz
7 Uncle and
41,Jewel 1 m
42 Silk and --
40 Bxertioon of
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5S "Old Ell"
5 8 Possesses "
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS MEETING
- The regular annual meeting of the stockholders
of the PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS, INC., will be
held at the offices of the Company in its building,
No. 57 "H" Street, Panama City, Republic of
Panama on Monday, January 19, 1953 at 2 p.m.
LI" u MADRID PARIS
Regular service between
General Agents for
r~- 'U -r~mr
tioarly trie slo lat -
vember's e)ectlo.. aNtO l nwh tilztv t ,
All n'tajor unions openly en- -=4006 e
dorsed the Democratic presi- o Wfl e the. s w S
dental candidate, Oov. AdIal offl mp1 Wr Cost ;
Stevenson of Illinois. With a- THI Yyo.the PrelduiV & s1
bout 16' million union'imembers the transpottatlon of what
and a potential family vote of Hp leaves the "thinpt butdgel
perhaps another 14 pllion, Every department in. goe
there was theoretically enough away a small. irs i I..
strength here to throw the elec- round of uneplane :"hig
tion. But is simply couldn't be
delivered. To t1Ynllg the
the wage ot74 houDMh: 9j
This shows up in the reports be $37.200, up ,0 A
on funds collected from labor For the study of cows and
union methbera for political ac- Of, the Agriculture DeSgatme
tivities in the last election. To investigate t, soo4
bad (sueh Ma the C tlt.
CIOPAC the Congress of 44,190,000. To contrlhesa
Industry ',il Organization's Po- $5,600,000 more.
litical Action Comnmittee-awhich The bill for preill"Ptlg he
was the outfit most cumed byv -.-
Republican candidates for av-
ing a half nelson on the White
House. did poorly. t ult
CIO now claims about six milU-
liou members. Voluntary con- .
tributions of one dollar apiece
were called for-5Q cents to be
spent In state and local cam- MAN ABOUT TOWi
aiogns, 50 cents to be forwarded ,
to national headquarters. j. J. shob t, I 't ,
Actual collections, howrer, Murd..'.. ; a f
were under 5600 f trem Jan. a* tlimi
1, 1952, to Oct. 30. Th a I t- ear th J=O A
dicates that only one member sno
in 10 contributed hi leback toe ,boo j.
Receipts at headquarters for 2 -
this period wre $97,7W0. re-
presenting half of total oeIee
dlons. Expenditures by national
PAC headaqtrters were $304,70. *
mne difference does not re- ,S
. present a d.iliclt, but an over, ...
.xpenditure of reserve funds.
AFL-LLPE reports total collec- ... L.
..ons for the )ear of on ly 251.- (Ba lar
iU. Two thirds of th)s ..'
sent back to tne states fo W17 6
campaigns. About 0.000 w to
expended for a fund-raltS
drtn., which apparently
produce, for AFL cmsit H
This does not tell the whole
story of AFL union p6ol1o1ac *- at
tivi.v, however. A number of the la gily
unions had their own political .n.
iunds. Jerry Flyni. treasurer of [ s S.
the International Assao n at of
Machinists, says his union-wlt.
600,000 mn.mbers-raised and
spent about $20,000 for the carM-
Fifteen AFL railroad
affLllated with Rallwa X&
Political League con
that organisatlon. RL
20 non-operating r o
therhoods havlen a to
bersip of over Y .0o
and pent o $1
Ro campaign. Ie
nothing politically. -
The whole union lao
tical campaign would i
add uL to a million dO
could be tracked down.
THE PANAMA AMERICAN Union Chiefs Ah, Yes, But SHonor Not Lightly COy
OWNID'AND U1LN*U~1H4 *y TIN PANAMA AM1RICAN P0ES, IN.
Srou"ea e-W AON l o$nwd C io efs
/I* HPASMORO AttlW ,lTR '
7 H N 09T A .. O 10. I6ANAMA, R. P 'P
S.l COasC Aoar'nonb PANA94IWeCAN. PIANA "A
O --0GeINC W orry About P -.
coI-*N orices Mra 7vInW V(wUK i r, *Nr ioS t denI Wlt et, ot .
T Mil po, wanting to cooperate with the
0 a0e mn onVa. Avar... the.. usual' stu u f .S thi.s^ s-f f. .
i s IS tOUR FORUrM THE RIADARS WN COLUMN e PS O
WASHINGTON (NEA)- Glib
r m statements by AFrn Prcadl lt
hGeorge Mea ny and CIO Presi
Sted t emp dent alter Reutr about
The Mail ot ais on open f orum to tieadelTh Pe name Amer. wanting to cooperate with the
leats Letters are toceived gr5tefull and iae hsteand ia atwhilly se n. new Eisenhower administration
ethil teont are the usual stuff f6l' this sea- -
II tvanceatribute a- letter don't be imptleet i 0t oesen't appear the "on of New York resolution s as
a day. Lttes are published m .. the orderdsceived yet untried and unbhobetio Bt
Please te to keif the letters limited to IsP aloe length. thema also h ian indication V
Identity of latter waters ais held in strictest eeflidease. tha I on R slitan ed may
This newspaper ssutmes no responsibility f ee stateamitiit s opinions running i littlebita NV
epoesf5ed in letters from reeden so much of Eosentboler, maybe;
e n re as of the new Congres.
,or o A checkup on the new Con- *
IN-GRADE RAISES BLOCKED BY SUPERVISORS grcss by the AFL Labor's League
La Boca, Canal Zone. foi- Folitical Educatibn sizes up
Editor. The Mail Boxr tl situation, this way:
'The Pana.ma American, House-160 friendly to organ-
Panama, R. de Panama. sized labor, 239 unfriedly and
A few years ago, the Panama Canal Company adopted a new 36 doubtful. Senate-38 frien-
regulation in connection with the promotion of local rate em- ly,e57 unfrendly,1 doubtful .
S o my understanding, it was stated that an employee was ex- ard Russell. of Georgia.r Hl' 't-
pected to --ork for 52 weeks in a given step and automatically ui record has been oon lidred
move to the next step from A to D, and from D to F upon recom- unfr'mdly to ,union labor. But.A..
last summer when he was ran- *
It its no secret that many U.S. Rate supervisors have been de- nine or the Demociatie prei-
feating the letter, if not the spirit of this regulation. There are denulal nomlnat or, Senator
many cases in my division where a men has worked conscienti- Russell came out for a repeat 'of
ously for 52 weeks in step D, and has been denied his ingrade the Tft-Hartley labor, law.
increase on the retextthat the division could not afford it at Unionare therlobbyists on Capitol Hill
the time. to sar e how Senator ching coll ..
Now, to anyone even slightly acquainted with U.S. foreign vote hon the first bor te bill. .
policy, it would seem grotesquely incongruous, absurd, and unfair vote on the first bor te "
for -nyone to expect ta loyal Panamanian ally of the U.S. engag- This new nose count on labor
ed in essential work foa the Government of the U.S. to. forego a sentiment in Congress re re-
thrce (3c.) cent per hour raise due him while noting that the o.nts a net loss to the unions
s t .e government is engaged in spending millions, Yeal billions for support of their programs.
of dollars outrightly in replenishing the bread baskets of former In the last Congress the score
:uropean and Asian enemies.AS:
Non-Plussed. 'House-181 friendly. 222 un-
...... friendly,- 32 undetermzited.
Answer to Previous Puzzle Senate-40 friendly 56 ,un-
I a 11 StalkBut even thin year's box
I r teET S 1U F p 2 t score do es not represent the Ideas p e ndi n
ORIZONTAL VERTICAL 2 an St slowest level to whlth pro-
I and wifeC -I- or less .A 4 n union sentiment in Coeng res e tia
--fowlnorred -NA E N Hartley.lawwas.nacte By Frederk C nMan
t-owl nor red i Without AL ca 1947, the union lobbl sts eed -
8 rand that a citation a c ount o lv3 t 0 a. ds Athe 'W AWAB OTO* ..Tredet Truman -,210 t 127,500i,00, while the wotiontf be'te
aIn aggs .I oMadei as a s p 2 n t S p o .Ways to apen opey, a i. L ir for better than $4600,000A kO and sae
13 Resound work'of art v Sa T In the 1948 election, union mall type in his dIt, left me red-e and w i be enough unless theor -p War ends
14 Owl's cry 5 Sacred image des, claim their supporters tremblyv In the pocke th yar. ,.. ..
15 Decay 6 Japanese chief came back to the extent of 200 What stopped se cold was the amazing variety r research Into Al Of p, ofieving ft
16 Work with 7 --, skip and24 Gossips and 38 Intolerant in the House. and 50 in the Sen, of.plases where he appeats to.invest the-$',A0,- over amI (ahQ9uld thu l .t .a
SOetojump 40 Corridor at,.. This still- wasn't enough to 000,000.'These ru 4M whaleQ to seoft, 6at for or wt .Stpl uder?) tisaik fr 1,-
18 AccutchastominG 8 One, two, 25-- 41 Essential parts push over repeal or even serious Senators to itaubassadorlal hip Jflalt a16 from 000 ,.
utch ilast Gray with age margarine 42 Agile mcndment of the TIft-Tartley tut flsh to cows e-to the mysterious transport. Research on fish in general w~ijl nick us. ,2
Indian island 10 Greek letter 28 Put forth 43 Operatic solo law. o Lion of thIn1. 7 T Whi S t searchh into wild bl*d ad a
21 and 11 Stalk 27 Graveclothes 44 Narrate SO0 Wtouitn.11 particular rhyme. let us p4Ld Wi 11 ,.
cheese 17 French pastry 28 Russian river 46 Eternity Their chances of having any- for examination;: a few flaal plumsa from tlhis F or l dplptat, W fr 1 on legal
22 River in 19 Badgerlike 29 htalian city 47 Strong smell thing dpOne about it in the new vast sto .mmMoety pie; Ithbink y ou'll agkh they ,hel3t4ag M ~ 0 Ti a .iml of am-.
Belgian.C ongo carnivore 3i Longs 48 Remain Congre.s are corresponding make an eye-bug g list: netp .
24 Scape- 23 Splendor 33 Wilted 50 Tail (prefix) slimnrjr. bhPrM. wantss 1to vi nish' en. Thit's e
IndPeruian ~ ~ ~ iri~i~i~~ The. petitleal Iu~ ofatoral chairs 'a" $338,J Arebuild those the ___ .When lugb'to J t
Indian__1 i s,167 O.Ill' I ow Wil k!" Of. ncomb ,to' ui otJ3imid o ~ue
f. ....... ~u~ ; 14 is P ...n .t'.. p. n ,,tr .m ,..t ud t.. 'n- fi --tq~ .'o "%~ o 'W
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I ....for interior and exteri or ae
S1. "n Jan. 15 Un. i ( S).
^**MAmerican air- h bas crys-
.. .E 0 f.ri ,d to u to t hl t Opelof th e people
f.ort wowfoepeace and there
JON T5.(U6.- ,*i. Is of" Ar' to finance ternatia" affairs, Dr. Ralph
A L ehis- ... an English Bnhe ofed thew. ited States
SFelt ofeirLd dele-ates to the Interna- .
the 5110 rick Lensen onal seminar on Gandhian
"" ""p os of 'a U. was conigtede ad Techni. es ere.
.r. by a =Pr after he con. Dr. U. & deigate and
SOWN-.. m"ritten statement vice-pr agient of the seminar
".n a .ihe teapoos to raise *-pthe at a reseption for the de-
of ble e. ushA a. sereant or legateg foi nationsePar:
Sto lhe married., t ipata t in. fte seminar.
'fea diie' rewesfseas an sttencedoto I
r OtHM. i"rum a3 discharge and He otn ed Out that the
.- Court .ftmnd him guilty United NtionIOs preserv a-
LimI..e. ohf now w rdvials oeeel4s.e- a,,C,$Mf- oi-.tt i Ao"base herean o ad ncv l iation. mediation and The All Purpose Enamel
Ott of rtoiti i.. automat- the application of reason to the
no toshsettlement of differences among
S .gi i gbt .a ottadd S), U n -.b adb I so rryrances June Atthe same time he added. it
1. IoughtM h re under Is trying to mobilize the re-
tue new a] t. t Was.I a prison where she sources of the world for the
Sd in A H 'a's .I ms"emb oat. .0sU .~ A months f or re,,- advancement of the well-being ,,
e $g *M. vr~y and await. IAs eachdubthreatenAll major regions of the world* M S&-To
of tin aII Ma .t t nothfind are represented *Ith the ex-
eerre-i, rth..-to ,marry," ception te Union and
tqi a .. to.a0 a6 941) he got it. These two an refused In-
CO L" ow It 0 = MA'dias invitations t4 ke part in
ain The t im. 134W Mftab.the meeting to ieek solutions
I." Ton- _: in MIT 11=A11 oto tensions within and I bet ween
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent
r dQLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- Eye-popping #ollyA"tLd mar-
clusively Yours: Kaihryn Giay- quee:
so" u true bell ones will oe; Marilyn Monroe in "Monkey
heard for the lirst time on the Bupness"
screen in "The Grace Moore; with
4Story." And more than one mu-! "The Lusty Men."
sic critic, she's predicting, will be
bowled over. Spike Jones and Helen Grayco'
It's not a ne\. Grayson voice, are among the patch-up squad'
but a new recording method. who are trying to help Polly Ber-
I One of Kathryn's quarrels gen and Jerome Courtland re-
.with MGM was the music de- concile. but the outlook for a
apartment's system of separating happy ending is bleak.
v: oice from orchestra by burlap
glats. i Inside reason why U-I shelved
"But here at Warners," says its completed "Willie and Joe inm
Kathryn, "I'ni being recorded hi~ book, "Up Front," demanded
faithfully for the first time. It's $50,000 for every series flicker
*a voice that very few people have made by the studio.
beard. MGM's way of recording -
killed my tones. J'hy, there were Frank Sinatra will be re-test-
"sme people who didn't think I ed by Columbia for the rdle of
did my own singing on the Maggio in "From Here to Eter-
aereen." inity." It's a toss-up between
SFrankie-boy and Harvey Lem-
Tyrone Power and Linda Chris- beck.
tian, insiders vow, are talking -
over the divorce question on Pretty Daria Massey, the teen-
their Nassau holiday. Linda saw aged starlet in "The .Irbn Mis-
Ty only twice during his road tress," suffered deep lacerations
tour in "John Brown's Body." on her face in an auto accident
but plastic surgeons say there
Classy stripper Lilli St. Cyr and will be no facial scars. The
her hubby are sounding screechy bandages will be removed in a
notes in their marriage, month.
Jimmy Stewart's taking trom- GO WEST, SISTER
bone lessons for the lfe story of It's Jim dandy with Rosemary
bandsman Glenn Miller, which Clooney if her sister, Betty, ends i
Aparn Rosenberg will produce at up with a movie contract. They i
JTL, Glenn's widow, it now can started out as a sister team but' I
bW.tbld, vetoed every Hollywood Betty's still in Detroit doing TV.
treatment submitted to her un- Says Rosemary: I
tZ U-I came up with an accept- "Really, we don't sing too
*DM'idea. I much alike."
Pals are looking for the final
WS*N FOR COUNT chapter in the- Dick Haymes'
UI k Dempsey has thrown in marriage. Dick failed to show up
iteBsponge on his hopes for a for the holidays as Nora assured
5}fie ba-sed on his life. Both i everyone he would. She made
710 and Howard Hughes were the rounds, of all the holiday.
us to make the film, Jack parties solo or with a date.
me at Ciro's, "but Jack Humphrey Bogart and Nick-
n wanted nothing less than Ray hope to get together for a
11,000,000 and my life story can't film titled "Round Trip."... A
, made without using Jack as a national magazine predicts that
character. It wouldn't be the real 25 Cinerama theaters will oven
storyy without him." in 1953... And still the auto-
biographies come. Now It's the
The estranged Henry Clives life story of Lauritz Melchior.
save hit a property settlement w*th Stephen Longstreet pen-
iaag. Aquanetta wants to keep ning the Danish tenor's personal
te two homes given to her by history.
the artist, but he's telling law-
eras that she renounced theI Lew Ayres, off the screen for
ut to them .-.ywalking out on three years, may sign for "Dono-
itelr marriage. 'van's Brain."
to the late King George
T. MkR4&.. U Pat. Og.'
CW. 1052 by NA Mftvic. bw.
"He told me he was in loe,-but I didn't think it was so
serious he'd shovel walks o hqe could buy her a Obirstmas
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PRELATES EMBRACE Francis Cardinal McIntyre, Archb~hop
of Los Angeles, puts his arm about Francis Cardinal Spellman
back to camera as the two Americans met in Rome. Cardinal
McIntyre Is the only American among the new Cardinals to be
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4M1IS WELKIN Planeteer
Not on the Prqgram
BY RUSS WINTEROTHAM
PMIOVIDED WITH THE
LANCIN OFA 5PAE
SHIP IN THE DESERT
NEAR AATOlM CITY...,
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mwu go~ WAwjl" yT
AHH, PRISCILLA! IF ONLY IMI
I COULD BELIEVE IT! ON
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0 skt orf the Labor
,M ftr wmM cammttm
f nk.re"i for hini.
: ws imnt to the
g _.mittee for a recoum.
iocn uned th ooP of
a oi r "tmeea devW Ineps
a00.efot to "comperotmphanoe
FOUL TAX Ram
.CHTER. Conn. ..-.It
towna tax rat it t= it
h blamed on an t o
ani whow wa. t
tettJ6!: I'Z eI"11!6
oftue of .a mUm woudui be
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t o So
to 0 49" o paratIon o
Re-dCRfi d Western
they expect e Communi gov.
ferment to force them to e a-
cuate tbhe border homes. ^
The border residents aaMd
oftflal order on esitlidilag a
fordden enae Z u been .
but that they expe a two-
border strip to be cleared of all
persons considered unreliable
and a strip of several hundred
anrds to be evacuated complete-
The Cummftunlats to t these
Beamura eOn tbG o of Xast'
. o9 %ere or hoot
j kHll anyone n a 100
& Atri o border t ast-
W4 boundry line.
No German may enter
two-mule oine without, special
pen= lion and the ast.Wett
border may be crossed only at
Thea measures were. deigln-
ed to halt the flight refugees
to the West and 1 t 1owtn CO-,
teb between the SBovu ane mi
th. West L arman 4 f1 e-
oL-r~-y .. ^s
Why does fat driver alwayss
bIa"iers a owe d one?. I
H X HOUSEHOLD EXCHANGE -
(Th'le Only Store of its Kind in Panama)
WE DEAL IKBOTH NEW AND USED FURNITURE
BRAND NEW Mahogamy Wardrobes (2 Mirrers)
Mahogany China Closets .......
Mahogany Dining Tables with
Extension Leaf and 4 chairs .
Mahogany double beds with Coil
Mahogany Hollywood beds with
Coil Springs .............
3 Strand Rattan Living Room
Suite with all spring cushions...
4 Pieces .. ................
6 Strand Rattan Living Room Suite
"American Beauty" double inner-
spring mattress .............
Mahogany, Rattan, and Native
Coffee and End Tables, from ....'
BELLA VISTA ROOF
TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY
8:30 & 10:30'r
A top showman for 20 years
Rudy Vallee entertalna v -
with a supper-club acPe
hat's a blePd of nostalgia
for vesterod y and Iaugha
after 1 am.
82.- per person
. ..o-A ,,, .-j,
42.50 Dows 9.51 Me M
25.80 6.0o "
33.80 7.44 "
33.90 7.5, ~. "
IN USED FURNITURE WE HAVE:
Living Room F-'ts ....................from 5, *i
Dining Room Table and 4 chairs ......... 29AI.
Wardrobes .................. "..25..
China Closets ................ .......
Sideboards ......................... 18.0
Cribs with new mattress ..........."
Youth beds with new mattress ......... 4&*
Metal dressers ....................... I
Chairs ............................. ..
OAS STOVES (4 burners) ............ sliJ
Sofa-Beds ......................... 11I p
Many other BARGAINS in both
new and used furniture. .
*And Remember... Your
41 National Ave.. (.MiOMOBILE ROW) Tel.: 3-4911
Open every day from 8 a.m. to I2 ? .4,- p.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from
Credit is Good al. ,
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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ou Sell 'em..When You Tell 'em thru P.A. Classifieds!
ive iuu, Ad with uue of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "fH" Street Panami
No. 12,179 centrall A~c. Colon
,is Service Sa':n de Relieza Americano
t Thll Al e -Phone 2-221 and No 5J West 12Lh Street
rth of July Ave-Phone 2-0441
Agenda Internacional de Publicaciones
No 3 LotLerv Plasa Phone 2-3199
"FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
,,,,,8.t.. ....asey De 'ya t.a drinking problem?
11i tl ~Write Alcoholies Anonvy-ous B1 0
LE:_We:t nghou e refr.cr- FOI SALE -Letter of Credt. $1.- 203' -- Ames C 2
St. ce ain nsic and ot- 30.00 on nw OldmobeWENDEHAKE Medcal Cnc
15000 cash. Phone 2- s.ce W.tCentral Ave K Street corner Pan-
Balbo -- .. oma Ph.-,ne 2.-3479.___
L. 2.5.-.cle Westinghouse FCR SALE: 1951 Ford Victriao, --- .-
:phonogp25-cyche (floor, n-odel) two-tone: Hawaiian Bronze and Eureka. S A Central Ave No 133
t mahogany and refr.ger- 'Sungote Ive7. Fordorhatic. radio. Jul ar, n the corner of JSt
l ~l porcelain. Both very rea- d.rectionael signals, heater. g d (inn 'ceiou new Lamp Shade
'All porcelain. Both very re
i5557. Call. BDiaboo Hgts. di:.. Mut be seen to appreciate. any k-nd of lamp shade or re-cover
n 5 ...... Only 557T" 00 down end drive it your old one at low prices.
.S5ALE:-5 piece chrome kitchen away. You. Fiiend.y Ford Dealer SPECIAL EXCURSIONS!
.t; mahogany diningroom set,; Colpen Motors. Inc. on outomo- FROM PANAMA TO MEXICO
4nith rodoi combination. 25 Cyl. bile row. Tels: 2-1033 2-1036. one woy S85. round trip St13" 15
amgboo end table; floor lamp, FCR SALE -Equt 1946 Chrysler day-lmiti. $16900. good one year;
NA. bed (single) spring and w New orker GEFC. fnanced. See to LOS ANGELES. one way. $149
M. bed (single) spring and Ne 'le Cr d.u 15. round trip $252 35. 90 day-
owtress. Call Balboa 4355 after or 21 ,-D Curundu. limit Panama ODspatch Service op-
W p. m. ___ FOR. SALI:-1950 Hudson Comma- pos e Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
rSALE:-Sinqer sewing machine, d.re four door six, color block, 2.1655.
u 3able with case and table. radio, heater. turning lights, back. .
Sobd with mattress. Dresser up lgnhts. good tires price dras- BABY ORCHIDS. Corsages. bouquets.
be bed with mattress. Dresser tically reduced, only $460.00 deloered anywhere United States,
Metal table. Two burner gas down and its yours. Your Friendly aPI Canal Zone and Ponalm
.NCentral Aye- Ford Dealer COLPAN MOTORS. Potted plants and decorative palms
nt1033 2-1036. crr. 3-0771. Crislobal 1033.
LE:-Chest of drcwers, $3 & FOR ALE 49 Custom Ford
M metal chet. Dresser with' FOR S.LE t1949 Custom Ford
$32 for ot. Child's desk extras. new two e FOR SALE
Quoe 9 x 12 rug with pad, $15. point Very good condition Dealer
S bicycle, $15 Rattan tables. Cerd 9000 Will take $950.- Mirei Ir.,rOlp
tian blinds, very reosonoble. 0 Hju4.e Il-A New Cristobol
Herrick road, Ancon. FOR SALE:-1949 Ford Custom Pr-[FOR SALE -Fur coat. Mouton lomb,
'SALE:-.Cros!ey refrigerator. 8 dor. color dark blue. redio. new size 12-14 practically new Re-
25 cycle, also "Roncho West- otes. ths.car is lik. I noble. 1531-B, Calobosh St..
house. Electric stve. Qtrs.273 o wnly 345.00d:w.n and driveit Balbo. 2 -.2466.8,alaas
IS k O .k ~ Q r6208. ov,'ey. Your Frien4lt Ford De ler.a Balboa 2-2466..
COLPAN MOTORS. 'INC. on euto- FCR SALE.-Deep, Freeze high corn-
itSALE:-Rotton arm chair, two mobile rew. Tels: 2-1033 2- pression aluminum heads 1949-
ets covers. Mahogany arm chair, 1036. 1953 Ford 2 1 HP outboard mo-
tic set. Very reasonable. FO. SALE 9 Mercury 2-door. 2 tar. baby bothinette, carriage,
m"-C, Curundu. __ __ tran,,,g chor. Coil Coco Solo 743.
new t-res. new point, radio. excel- tr---ng chair. Call Coco Solo 743.
,*SALE: Complete household lent "-ondllon 146-B. 8th. St
pture. Diningroom, livingroom, New Cristobol 3-2977. FOR SALE Piano upright grand
furnishings, House R-17 -- AL:-__-1948 Nash 600 Fa lexcellenti gas stove Range, Sing-
IMOucSSou. upstairss. Phone FOR SALE-194 d N srh sewing foot mocCine. Girl
35 or nbe cle, baby crib. Phone 916, Ca-
m I lone, ton body and green top, good Ien.
'SALE:-Venetion blinds, com- tires. Only 5270.00 down end its --___
set for type 112 quarters. yours. Your Friendly Ford Dealer FISH fanciers take advantage o' this
822-X'. Creton Street. P-1- COLPAN MOTORSt INC. on au- special bargain, for January only.
.After 5:00 P. M. Phone 2- tomobile raw. Tels: 2-1033 2- 4 pairs of tropical aquarium fishes
V 1 1 1036. for only $3 00. Come and see them
:E-- 5 piece Rattore living- FOR SALE -1952 Dodge Four Door of "Casa Mke" yr r favoD e store
nature, 8 cubic foot, Phil- Sedan with radio. Excellent cond- Goldno Donipr. Zebr SpottanedDo-pr.
freeze, Maytag washing lion, 12 000 rmles Can be finman- pr. Quintana A limited
AII-Stcte S:-cter; ol in ced Call Panama 3-2772 nl n pr. flnt ano A hisited sup-
c crdit::ri, one Aibrook -P- l--y cn[l_, firt ome first served.
quartersrs 104B. iFOR SALE: 1952 English Ford PANAMA CANAL COMPANY
:-8 ft. re rigrtor, Consuli fou door. almot like OFFERS MISCELLANEOUS ITIMS
:-8 ft. rerigarator ex- new, good tires,I leather upholstery, FRS
Condition, $125.00. Girl's color green. Drastically reduced in Sealed bids. for opepng in ,
:.$18.00. Din:ng table $8.- price, only $460.00 dewn. Yut wI be received until 10:0 A. ,
ce box, $12.00. Philco Ro- Friendly Ford Dealer COLPAN Jnar 27. 1953, fr Conveying and
record player, $40.00: No. 1, MOTORS, INC. on automobile ifg E m or esn
0rco Boyd. Telephone 3-)516 row. Tel. 2-1033 2-1036. Lifting Equipment. Access uies and
SB --. ls. 2 -1033 2-1036. Parts located at the Balboa Store-
m onS .may be obtained from the office of
i E: I mohpgony doubleiFOR SALE -1950 Oldsrobile Holi- house. Excess Sale Circular No 36
Hollywood style. 5611 -A, oay Coupe. Duty poad Call Balboa Superintendent of Storehouses, Bal-
3o5 ai otter 5.00 p m. boa. telephone 2-2777.
AE:-Hand carved Chinese FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Convertible' GOVERNMENT EMPLOYES. U. S.
1W cabinet and Zenith caom- Coupe, color Silvertone Gray, black CITIZENS & N. F. F. E., MEET-
ttien. radio and record player, top, new seat covers, overdrive. ING POSTPONE UNTIL MON-
*eeds, in blond cabinet, floor radio. You can't get a better car DAY 19 JANUARY.) Michael
!dl. Alrro-t new. 49th St. No. for the money, only $497.0C down Markwood. representing Hq. NFFE
Bella Vista. and its yours. Your Friendly Fed would report good news from
SALE:--One 11 c. f. Friidaire Daler. COLPAN MOTORS. INC. Washington on matters of vital in-
Sdoor with 2.6. c f Deep on autemebile row. Tels: 2-1033 terest to all overseas employes. Be
dor (60 cycles) 1 FourD 2-036. sure to be at the CHIVA CHIVA
nor Gas Stove 1 Hot Water Clubhouse at 7:30 p. m. Monday.
r -Porch Furniture mis-FOR SALE -1946 Buick Sedonette. Show that you appreciate what
hneous House items, oil in Super. Excellent condition Radio. NFFE s dong and gve your Oc
I condition. Call apartment No. $650.00 W.Ihiamson Place 0765. tve support so it can continue.
.Altamira Apartments, 10 Via Tel Balbooa. 2-4396 For information phone 83-6196
tino, El Cngrejo, Tel. 3- after 4 p, m Local 595. National
tino, El Congrejo, Tel. iR SALE:-1949 Mercury Coupe. Federation of Federal employes.
I color black, new seaot covers, good
,ALE:-Entire household used tires. This car is a steal, only
Poture, good condition. Cowes $450.00 down and drive it away. Position Offered
r' Piece mahogany diningroom Your Friendly Ford Dealer COL-_ _
4 dinnette, bureaus, RCA Con- PAN MOTORS, INC. on automo- WANTED: Secretary stenographer
i Radio, Coall 3-3268, Panama. bile row. Tols: 2-1033 2-1036. for Spanish and English. Write: R.
7%ALE-Washing machine, Easy M. P, Box 1. 4. PanamA, R. do
l*drier, 25 Cyl. $50, Baby bed & FOR SALE -Packard Sedan. duti P. Both languages indispensable.
ttress,.$15, play pen, $5. 1472- paid, radio. A-i cond-l-on. new Inform: Education. experience,
Palboa. Phone 4472. tires Juan Pucci, phone 41 or 198 words per minute, age, references
Colon and salary desired
W ANTED FOR SALE: 1 9 5 0 Studebaker WANTED: Secretary male or fe-
Champion Club Coupe, color black, male, competent in shorthand-
it .J.:r e -. ..:.. 1r ;. t1 nnn fl,,auent Ei l. ... -
.) TO BUY: Used tires,
I-. Suitable for.reconditioning
Wtructora Nacional S. A. No.
Avenue. Telephone 2-0406
(.-Vacation quarters At-
9 side, January 20th. Phone
16--To rent D4 or D2 Trac-
ith BLADE for period of 2
. Coll 87-7195 daily 7 a.
, 4 p. m.
-0: Draftsmen D raw i ng
M in repairable condition. Call
195. 7 a. rn. to 4 p. m. daily.
E);-In good opermtive con-
in. Semi-Trailers 'of 3,000
ps or more capacity. Tel. 2-
ED: Large unfurnished
W or opartmpnt for American
ly permanently ,n Panoma.
p1y year's rent in advance.
3-2159 Panama, during busi-
r 4*deeoor edan. ra-
at overs. Rood tires.
oee condition. For
Y HUNNICUTT. S.A.
iltoim. 8ar04 h eed
V HUNNICUTT. LA.
It. Central Awe.
V999. ver r[ve., goo fires. This i -g, u...,. L"Sh"n. good op-
car is a real buy, only $430.00 portunity for right person. Reply in
down and drive it away. Your writing to Box 134. M S, stating
friendly Ford Dealer COLPAN INC. experience, background, reerern-
on automobile row. Tels: 2-1033 ces and salary expected.
FOR SALE. 1951 Ford Tudor.
overdrive excellent throughout Prpetically giving away,
Leavowg Isthmus Phone 416, Coco 1941 Buick 2-door Sedan
Solo with 5 good tires and
Leather seat covers. For
FOR SALE:-1949 Pontiac 2-door, sale at
color black, radio, chrome window SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. S.A.
vents, en excellent buy only $435. 16th St. Central Ave.
00 down and its yours. You ColOn Tel. 800.
Friendly Ford Dealer COLpAN -
MOTORS. INC. on automobile
row. Tel,: 2-1033 2-1036.
FOR SALE:-.1951 Ford Custom two 1Hee is the Imy. 1950 Buiek
door sedan, only 1 1.600 miles, Iaper. 4-door Sedan. hard.
seat covers and rodio. 51.400 00. ly mued, l ood tires, radio.
Call 2-1952 may be seen at seat covers, almost given
house 419-A. Cocoli away. easy payments. For
FOR SALE- 1942 Buick in good SMOOT T HUNNICUTT. S.A.
condition Call Albrook 7148 or 6th St. Central Ave.
may be seen at Quarters 324-A, Col6nTe M.
198 Buick X-door Special.
very good shape, ou pay-
ments for sale at
SMOOT T NUNNICUTT. S.A.
IthB St. Central Ave.
CoeUl. TeL iN.
Carlton Drug Store
10.C59 Meldnder &Av.-Phone b 5 ColOn
u*H" Street corner astudiacte ft.
Phones 2-2214 and 8-15'8
Gramlich 'ertCere beach-
ooDttge. Eletrs i.Ac bones. a s
stove, odeate retoet elTephane
6-441 Gomnbm 4.6q67 edro Mi-
Houses ON BEACH, -Santo Clara.
Also Cerro Compana. Shropnel's
iWilllms' Santa Clara Beech cot.
toges. 2 bedrooms, refripratron.
Rockgas rangers. Balboa 23050.
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. rhe
only court in Santo Clara with an
Oceanviw from all cottage. Stein
to beach. Rock Gas, refrigeration,
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
onmo 3.1877, Margarita 3.1673.
SBo No. 435 Balboo.
Casino Santa Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary. Saturday and Sundqy.
STAY at Hotel Pan Americank In
Cool Beautiful El Vaile.
FOR RENT:-Furnished house in El
Vaile, during months January and
February. Telephone Panama 3-
Iwo nd five room n unlad and
urfumlrnhed oB tWW iMIt en-
closed gerdT 8061 tIMh Street.
New Cristobal Telehoe Colon
FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment.
2 1 months only. 52 Sf. No. 38.
Bella Vista. Coil Tel. 2-0221 --
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, with
balcony, in Bella Vista, private en-
trance. Coll telephone No. 3-1648.
oval 14, ;1'
FOR SALE:-Ideal hous fo re led
people. Two stories, best Bella Vie.
ta section, upstairs 3 bedrooms, 3
both rooms of California red wood,
unusually free from dampness.
Two concrete apartments down-
stairs. Produces rent. 48th St. No.
FOR RENT:-Locale for storehouse
and office. 150 square meters, Eu.
sebia A. Morales, Avenue No. 4,
"El Congrejo." near Hotel El
Panama. For informationtelephone
Penarn 3-1292 or 3-3371.
Bnaln. 1947 ord 4-dea
Sedan, good tires, and meat
covers. very good shape.
For sale at
SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. S.A.
16th St. Central Ave.
GOqod transportation: 1941
Olasmobile 2-door Sedan.
Good runninjr condltn
easy payment s,
SMOOT T HUNNICUTT. LA.
16th St Ceatral ATe.
Col0a, Tel. mN
FOR SALE: In beaMutft
shape and condition. iN
Stuadebaker CoWpe with
meat eeves. radle and five
SSMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. LA.
fth Central Ave.
Mindoim for II words
c. additional word.'
It cts n more to protect
and bau*fv cocrete
Decorative and durable
Ask for deaorlDve folder
and oogr chart
GEO. F. NOVEY. INC.
t 3atel Se
T M nM
Trmapote hSaxte. S A.
t lprna. moving. storp.
o peak and orate or move
anything, 'PThoe 2.2461.
SEE TIlE NEW
31 AUTOMOBILE ROW.
Zenan depend w- It,
IEALERS 4 NEW A1D
41 Automobile Row
T d T-84 "1-nSL
WE BUT. ANI SELL.
LE S *KN4S. t
TiENAGER i6;3kr)~MC pois.
ballonc4, mlfoasurance, le.od and
baolreom 6tiuette bong with Fox-
trot. Swing and pumbRn $20.00 for
a 3 months course. M 21. Wed-
nesday 5 p.n Balboo Y'. Hornett
HELP WANTED:-Tw' axperlenqd
cooks, none other nrd ly. -
ply Curundu Restau lf. Cundu,
WANT1D;-.:Maid to cook and clean
hee~, Must eWMp in. Come be-
twn 3 P.-pm. Numbes *3, 46h
Street., lle --e .
OR "A Ia 1-4 OldsoIle
---W -. p---t"-1 s
ve1 NaO 5 good tUres.
s fow t&SP%. A.
ga WL M I
G'u o-deer Conver.
l'y -d emdltos.
irnests far -sale at
v 10NICUT.. SA.
have had after
barked on a w
palg agalnat U
da that its am
further up the t
IU the Scope
further In-the ;
PC Board Merm
,Appointed By fkeo
To Revenue Dept
Nowa of tMl!P<
oeman Andew. f
mond, Vas. ma a member
board of director of the
ma canal COo, b rrldni-
tlsenhower to le ommu M
of Internal Rernne wrwa
ed yeterdav at Itlboa
from the canalsl
Andrews I knoW On
Iathmua and has
nat Zoae aeevais titme ftn 1
rapolntmwt to the DUN
ID sectors i Janurt 1.
behdsa firm oft
Aleo ntata bn hom ton
*hieh he establthed to 023.
KremlInn -est ,e
(ContamueS erg is -
the West's largtotn
Party. filled to m4iDpn hat r
'f the nine dont were Je,
eIthough Mooow~ f
them to me JAGa Joimt DIJ- :
tributon m Nor Md
Ifer to an SI X 6a i-
A41 writers from .m
I Meanwhile rom New k It
was rteportedM that ee omilU
pre of dntl-onan tmn in the
Communist world speared des- ri
' Ded to be one of the most bit- a
R doctor p al
Smay t- be nrY
e tDuSe the near
e- An ai
Iu ten N-
debate would ~
convene Feb. .
ond hat of 0 811 t
rceued Jult l!
The second ,
the main tem =UL8
a brad ne i
hand wi .. ......
own on te and
. .. .
I OR SALE: I67 DeSete
4-door Sedan, good re-
amIg conditkie, eay way-
SMOOT V HUNNICUTT. S.A.
1th St. Central Ave.
C0 Tel. So.
iOr SAfE:-4*ettr of'ere-
dt, S.MlA on now Olds.
i*bile. Will merlftee for
Ui.AM Write to Box 5035,
Cotta, C. Z.
as-umens For sa mla
SMOOT V HUNNICUTT. LA.
ltb t. ,teaml Ave
. .7?. i9 -
Sf '. "
be se t
-'r~' ~ -
* p6he e ,
S. ib .r. Y
3.p. ms;at mn es tt
twoearn ago, sad hat year
^ii jkt pto i.-t .... ,.. to
. ;,' J .SS: S, .* t cow two a .tnr. B 1 (UP) .t
,,ann"i'r'a M' It .
. it n 4 l w
5Blk on Opera" widen SS be set malor rFdibgset
ro a" Sntt o t i sa(fpi)d N
..U. tr S. A. ..RM n o -f: ..t t wte.r t. d tll
mouths" N d a M et. ,r .t tin tory, was d ooV-
SuOf.u-t Me mWsidsaed0^ 1 .
tI e ,l t
Shome bal "Op ome" b itano Md to W
a o ,0 o46,ay Mouc rge n d cha d fito WfeLr
eno. MI aitu(^. lt~la h Men 1ents was te Mt I ,fttbr Mid within lbDiamets
MW. ave hem por hi sid f oeIn wd ar sTo fraw" d .-.1gwy and fraud, obalg2
athereaA h he 1. or tl o d au co anau M No n of Brown Thed aud, t ,
her homelaK? ati and ""@,Ue' b 38 ntlo D0at0a fo
for he. .. & a,$*_ = '- otnen_ _*clu um ... O" W,_ n.U e of WW Bi
menxk o. o i Mal .%t W MiNZ as the w Of ;&ssTbin n48 Ti q :W
Mad IUItL ut.-
,*,~* .'p-~A' *
*1-U W1M PI,
Nuend nmeflorn 1er Iguwl
T dotoSr., iand ther Wi'
0e. ral O e more W th a 4001
the NJouw a m.
on to SlAd de.t
.m avgt iMeosk Ap UYOAD,
W a msog edABiLos te h Iwerer
TOWUS eR of th Infttor-A-
al A; V Dr. C0.
I of tedo .of the
Coom ui- T~brcaloh of
G~aee Usae WU
S at L w alled
VIN aqp t oAmerica.
In thon Skerritt,
the boa Resident,
Dies In hospital
Tathan A. Sikerrittt W Oailbo
odatm NlewA Y uddenly today in
.th wauroum of a OCaal repair
barge. He wa u year old.
.A tvd of St. Vinoemt BW..
Mr, ikarrlt came to the ath-
ain a tOa and Ma. an ein.
ploye of the Panama Canal
N is InaHo lnees p a .
A fteu br f iSamaritan and
Odd nliowm lodgee. he to ur-
Yvevd ht h wife. U. Maruret
aerrgW. gd other wearives on
Wtal arrangeimentao wll be
WHEN: Suday, January 18, 1953
PLACEs Gamboa Ball P ar
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TIO. ARMIIGAN LEOION
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TICKETS WILl BW ON @AIL AT THE GATE...
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On at tha, aPla e. f t Amada, Pasef ide
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SEE US FOR
UWO Iasumrnse e Fire Insuroance
-Car nd Liability Insurance
JULO A. SALS
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LANLWZNE C RT UNON
A JAL MEETING i*ICE
Wk al w of wll be held at
S W as 9 on Friday. Jan. U. 1953 at 7:00 p.m.
S met ar a follow:.
1..M M appvaln of thV WlDatee at the lasd
A. -'b adAm tamr
t .* '- P
ls Ecuater w
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ams CIO 0 Scoffs Al AFL
1,oo, N s ou Textille Worker's -
S ..JACOPY ON BRIDGE Victory aims
4 1 BY SW ALD JACOBY
Written for NEA.Service ATLANTA Jaon 15 UP--The'
Men United Textile Workers of Amer-
Ilea AFL today claimed a "land-
slide" victory in its 1952 or-
NORTH I ganizing campaign mill em- e
6 Q 8 ployqrs netted the only benefits.
1 VKK862 In a statement. Joesph Ja-
n. 1. f A 1062 cobs. Sou hern director of the
4k8 2 UTW, claimed "we have won i
av I WEST EASTo bargaining rights loa 18.400" of i
6 10-62 25.150 Southern txtile workers
Aie he's as A I who "have joined in the move-
.rite K V V o V A I0 4 1-
rAe K Q7 J94 mernt to leave the .1O and join
A.uerin f6o109 3 6 QJ 7 5 % ith the AFL Rtexi e union."
VL I......I "The CIO has retained such
V a ite SoUTH (oD) t rights for only 1.700. The land :.
-1 S4 K J 9 7 4 3 slide has been oven ten to or e r
1 (. NS V5 for the AFL." Jacobs said
Se 8 3 l But James W Bamford, South- Ve
SA K 6 4 ern director of thp Textile
BBC' North-South vul. Workers Union f America CIO "
SPO rs South West North East charged at Charlotte, N. C., One of M-g-M's most a bmlous location projects took place t
1 6 PaSS 20 Pass that the "net results of these when the studio sent stars Gere Kelly and Pier Angell, Arector
EiN b -. 2 6 Pass 3 A Pass UTW-AFL activities has been Andrew Marton and Producer R1chard Goldstone to Germany and
n .(I 4 6 Pass Pass s Pass to leave thousands of textile Austria for the filming of the exciting new drama. "The Devil
ea t er Opening lead-A 2 workers without their former Makes Three." which will be shown at the Bella-Vista Theater to-
[ 6 pro section of urion contracts." day. Story of an American Army officer and a young girl who
0 l "The only persons ho have become involved with a post-war German smuggling rin. the ple -
kcW n benefited are 'hose employers ture was filmed in Munich, Salzburg and on the famouqAutobahn
JORkill if When bridge hand is being who now have the advantage between Austria and Germany, with its thrilling clfmaa taking
platcd. my iienld Sol Mogal isof Odealing with the weak and place alnd the ruins of Hitler's former hideout at Berchteagaden ,
Suan s "hard as nails, at anp other Ssplinter union of UTW-AFL," he in the Bavarian Alps.
tine, he's as ,'.aim as a toasted. said. "As time asses.more and ,
Dv-a.o This is rEally nit surprising, more textile workers are dis- Pope Plus elevated Zagreb Arch- the .crimes have either not been
.,Lie Sol has ocen in the hard- 'covering this inescapable fact." bishop Aloyslus Stepinac to car- disegvered or have not been
i.' business for many %ears He cited the Dan River Mills, dinal while he was free on pro- punued or, If so, in a'very
and has come to isemole' the Danville, Va.. wriere 11.000 work- vision liberty after being re- ilght manner."
p.ocuctl he handles. ers voted out the CIO in favorleased from a'Jail sentence for! It aid virtually all Catholic
hn tf the AFL. "war crimes." seminaries had been closed, re-
When to. a hs hand was play- "The said fact is that UTW The Vatican note denied Yu- lilgious teaching abolished in
16 ed. Mo,;al held the West cards. still hasn't won a contract to goslav charges it had-' "med- state scho00l and students fre-I
tn. l'r tl pas to be as hardmes replace" the CIO contract," dled" by forbidding priests from quently expelled from ae
Clock" na ils. .. Bamford added. associating with government schools if they are discovered
S ...Ual opened a trump on th.- A number of CIO workers sponsored religious groups and to have gone to church.
h" t-at" in ha r.._in left their union after a dispute said:
.heo-v atdun agiomy hadruffebg arose between President Emil "Priests are being contlnu- DORSEY, Miss. (UP)- Afer
iatL. Ul, not continue trumps Rieve and several othcr CIO ounsly arrested and sentenced to 5C .years, of marriage, Mr. and
aer winning t he first trick textile leaders headed by heavy prisoniterms for crimes Mrs. Percy Martin concluded
.,h the ace East rEturned a George Ba.danzl. .whh ave never occurred. A- that the best guarantee of
Iheo club. hong that his part- Jacobs said he believes thatbonit 200 priests are still in a lasting union Is to have a
Sne. could iain the lead and con- many CIO textile workers plan Yugoslav prisons. Large family. "You don't have
Uin.se the trumps. IMoreo'.r the to desert to the AFL when their' "In the last year, 30 priests much tie to thirk of yourselft
Arnerl- rei suits seemed highly unlead- contracts with the CIO end.Ihave been killed treacherously if you ave a lot of children,"
aqe and he expects '"many more and the persons responsible for i1d m Martin, mother of 13.
ontd I thousands to join the UTWA-
At..ers South won the club return AFL in 1953."
'.'.'ih the ace and immediately 7:00- 9:00
,e: a heart in the i-.o of set- c Accuses
ttn7 up dummy's kint When Vatcan
dummy played the king ofT EATR
an ret. ut .d on hear th orcinga n avlaOn Transsthmlan Road, behind "Aries y Oftelsw" School
on outo ',d toi ruff out h Ki Priests o 0 A COUPLE SQUARED IN THE
s v loinets and somehow ARCTIC CIRCLE!
ds fget bl-cl to hin n'n hord et'n- VATICAN CITY. Jn. 35 (UP) C
all He cR. in c rdek.r to dr'w t umps. and- The Vatican made public to- LOU COSTELLO, in
He a. c t k. o clubs adday a note accusing Yugoslavia
Srufed a clu n in dummy. return- of killing 30 priests, jailing 200
'ds Irp to his han-1 by ruffine an- others and suppressing Catho- BUD ABBOTT
led 's l heart. When So ruth with lic religious publications.
rite lied n's lastueen b to ruff with des. MoalThe note said the regime of
AIR- disdeed his last hirt. MogalPremier Marshal Tito was true T I l i I
th i.a.n nhin of Marxisum.haNI e tW 11eAaiAnt
-,n .,o .....IICo. th had 11oped to regain the
S6:2'-What's Your Favorite lad by ruifinm another heart.
5.30--NEWS AAgencias An,eri -bi nov," hn coud not afford to
5 c.30-NaEWS Agenclas Aneri- his Int- e cashed dum-
i!st wvo 1elnv's We of diamonds, where-
S:35- hC Yourn Favo it on Mogal -ca-efuln, dropped,
6:00-FAD ND FASHINS the queen of diamonds.
b:30-Rckys Record Shop When dummy continued with
S6:45-Lowell Thomas a low d0 ,'mond. FIst played the
7.00-The BEC Bpndstand ni .*'. and Mo0al was able to
':30--BLUE RIBBON SPORTr follow, s't ",ith the seve' of
b-HeREVIEW c s Louis .raan monrs. pl'o av in his partner
S '4-Here omes Louis .'ran to ho'd the lead.
S 8:00-Request Salon
S 8.45-U.P.Commentary East covd row ead hIs last
. 800--Stor-. -., A. IVOA) herrt. prn- West "a; bound to
S930--London Studio Concerts r. -.e atrlc': v th the ten of
* (BBCI sorade. If South r1ffed low.
10.or0-Cavalcade of A in er a, .t could overuff at once: and
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lu'3ti-A d ven t u r e s of PC 49 v'.* t -n 'ovi'i be established
(BBC ias a high trump.
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RDFP-Radiodiffusion Francaise She
Loans $8 Million
To Colombia, Mexico I
WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (USIS)
'Iwo oalls tutallIir5 '6,UU,U0"
dollars have been authorized by
the United States Export-Import
Bank to C o.lomola and Mexico
to aid in increased production of
foodstuffs ard steel.
A loan :)f 4,500,000 dollars was
authorized to Caja de Credito A-
krarlo, Industrial y Minero of
Colombia to complete the fin-
ancing of an earth-fill flood-
control danm on the Bogota River
and the Saidana and Coello irri-
gation projects In the Valley of
the Magdjalena River west of Bo-
4 Herbert F. Gaston, Bank Chair-.
; man, said that completion of the
project will make it possible to
Increase greatly the production
Sofrice and I her food crops.
A $3,600,eOO credit was author-
Ized in favot of Nacional Finan-
clera, S. A. of Mexico to finance
the expansion of the steel mill
of Hajalata y Lamina, S. A.,
located at Munterrey:
The new facilities in the pro-
posed expansion will replace
much of the mills obsolete e-
quipment and will increase the
finishing .apacitv of the parent
company Cerveceria Cuahote-
q moc, 8. A., from 30.000 tons to
about 50.000 tons of plate, coil
and sheet steel per annum.
STURBR;DGE Mass. (UP-
Thanks to the activities of a
mouse more than 140 years ago,
a collection of early 19th cen-
tury documents has been dis-
covered here. The documents,
including a receipteo bill lated
1810, were ouqd behind a per-
tltion in an old .nanslon tnat
Was being restored. A mouse
Oagparently had filched the do-
S i wnts to build a nest.
to tth eeacn igs u A LLIAM-11
that rel'Rion is the opiate of
the people and that it is "car-
ryino out a struggle without
quarter against religion andl es-
pecisllq 8ainst the Catholica
The lengthy note was sent by
the Vat'can secretariat of s'ate
to the Yugoalav government on
Dec. 15 and published today
In the newspaper Osservatore
It was in reply to a Yugoslav
nrotect of N"ov. I a1ains' Vpt'-
esn "-'odfdinc" in Yugoslavia's
The two notes marred the
.lat ex-han-eP between tge Holy
P'f pnd Re'l'ade b.prte the
Y.-.Nq's br"'" of f diplomatle
re'pnf,,q on Dec. 17,.
The break came shortly atfer'
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ing bodies in boxing want to find out why Heavyweight Cham-
"'ion Rocky Marciano and former champ Joe Walcott have failed
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I For the first time in boxing history, the New York Athletic The blasting of records was
Commission and the National Boxing Association will join hands forecast today as the Panama
for a joint hearing. Chairman Bob Christenberry of the New Open Golf Championship got un-
York Commission says the hearing will be held Friday. der way at the Panama -w,
Cbristenberry says he and two other commissioners-Clilian Club.
Powell and Leon Swears-will represent the New York group. The And the favorites to win? De-
NBA will be represented by Commissioner Abe Greene, Presidentf ending Champion Roberto de
George Barton and John "Ox" DaGrosa. a member of the Pennsyl- Vicenzo and Slammin' Sam 8Sead
vania Commission. Also invited are President Jim Norris of the, were figured about even up with
International Boxing Club and Felix Bocchicchio who manages long-httting Chick Harbert giv-
ex-Champion Walcott. i en the best chance to upset the
The way for joint action in important boxing matters was I Yesterday. In practice rounds,
paved last Saturday when the two groups ended their long feud practicalv every one of the 18
and agreed to cooperate. professionals slated to take part
The hearing was decided upon because Bocchicchio said this in the $5.000 event busted par.
afternoon he would not let Walcott fight unless the fight was J Snead and Harbert led the way
shifted from Chicago to either Miami or Atlantic City. No return with 678. an unofficial course
date has been set, but it was believed-before Bocchicchio's state- I record- Snead oin out on the
ment-that Marciano and Walcott would meet in Chicago Sta- back nine first. came In with- a
dium April 10. Bocchicchio's refusal threatens to postpone the 31. His first practice ronid.,onl
fight until June. I the "ront nine the day before was
.- ---. a 34. If put together that would
have given him an all-time Pan-
Martinez Gets First Real ama low of 65.
On the front side yesterday,
a i however, Snead's best was a 386.
Harbert had a very neat 34-33.
est Against Les Thompson yton Heafer turned In a
smoothh 34-35--49: Buck White
Shad a 71.
Isidro Martinez, Colon's up- had chalked up a three-roundi And is the locker roum the
and-coming unbeaten feather- technical knockout over Tosis. boys were talking about Vene-
weight prospect, gets his first Included on Thompson's list zuela's Mane o Bernardes an
real test Jan. 25 when he tan-: of victims are such crowd pleas- amateur who registered a 71
;.glet with fancy boxing Leslie ing semifinalists as Victor Ar- yesterday h first time n the
Thompson in the ten-round dines, Byron Cumberbatch and ecorde.d eales were a dime a
-magn go at the Colon Arena. .Battling Escudero. doen sterday on No. 17 where
Martinez has been bowling Rave comments from both most of the long hitters were get-
4over opponents right and left camps Indicate that the hand- ting there in two. t
4An4is climb to local fistic star- lers of both boys are expecting Johnny Palmer who says *bls
,4ip buw. he has yet to face their proteges to put over an' ame I not too od right now.
-1a4o opponent of the class oft impressive victory. Martinez is chipped from 45 feet for his eagle W
.bthompson. going great guns during his but the ball rimmed the cup. J
, i.t.: \r'',' last outine. hc workouts against Chocolate II a
was awarded an unpopular split and Young Sampson. The clinic yesterday attracted I
decision over Rodolfo Ampudia. Thompson. on the other hand, over 500. best crowd for such an w
*Martinez was rather unimpres- is already in tip- op shape and
sue In this bout but eked out is showing up excellently during
q ~lear verdict because Ampudia his drills against Kid Allen and
turned in one of his poorer per- Ignacio Benty. t g V
formances. Benty, who meets Leonel Pe- t a V
ralta in the six-round 137-pound
SAmpudia fought Thompson semifinal is steadilyimproving I Ti A
1ilce, losing the second bout by. and many are predicting a,.Cl 100\nih At
Decision after gaining a drawknockout victory for him over;
the.f.rstcontest. __erthe once sensational Darien
e~e those two battles, Thomp- belter.
hs improved vastly. Two four round 126 pound Mount Hope Park
hompson has been beaten preliminaries between Al Per- R
twice since turning pro. inson vs. Al Stewart and Al- -
e of his defeats was avenged fredo Jamlieson vs. Kid Zefine Atlant Twilight aseball t
.his. hait outi w n h Ti' special fout-two-minute. A rant-LIn Muedia
SEockedn oaut mack i teromd amateur contest between' s T lEM- owLes Pet.
'Ighth and final round In hls Tito Morris and Claudio Mar- abst ..: 2 lSS
lompson was at the hands of cho round out theprogram. Balboa ter.....
he starring PedroTess, who Admi- Bassion prices are far be-1
,o oeyd T m on L ea ~ 1o as 'he '" l oni fees. Ring'lde Tonight's Game (Thursday)
'ounds. Previously, Thompson. preferredi 31.50. general ring-, Starts at 7 p.m.
r o side $1. general admission 50 PABST V8. DODGE
2 T cents and boxers and children wl
leotCpl rIp slTo p 25 cents. This year the Atlantic Twilight
Baseba League has been expeW-I
defeah To Tie Navy Bombers, Bluebirds S5U8 games played due to the -
culler weather coditions, Ad
o For Lead aa o g five of theafirst seven scheduled
Ocor a,'o For Lead 'Clash Again Tonight at Mt. petadu "
9. oc 'ea. in
S The 504th A Battalion fell PANAA PRO LEAGUE test Tuesday night's scheduled
e from the r anks of th e unde LASTNgAMA EGS Rame between Powells and Bal-
ta fof the armSeal Frops wenue bSTANDINGS boa Beer was also washed out. So
ested as Special Troops won TEAM- Won Lost Pet- far only two games have b ieen
the battle between the two un- Bombers .... 10 7 .5 played and the Powella nine hve
defeated teams with a 6 to 4 Bluebirds.m Sd5 been edited With both aeSt C
decision at Fort Amador yes- Yankees .. Bluebird9- wins and wa be shooting ot .
terdav afternoon. Coco Solo Brownies .. 86 9 .400 Tonioght at Mr. Ho Stadium
scored a 14 to 3 victory over 6 l the log o Tng a dte. NoeSl ad i
the Hospital nine and a ped LAST NIGHT'S RESUL th has de eloo na s oheuled a Pa st-
even with the Troopers at th e Mount Hope) D odge Vh cont e w 7t uo g t c
top of the Arme hForces League Bombers 2. Bluebirds 0. l t ba stpi thing-hll p tting
Stand ing the 3 ve0cthor d est as nn ofhfu bconds 0ethero oth fon aceoun t oalbo a l
Standings with a record of four TONIGHT'S CONTEST Niel Olbsop. Noel has altered d
aW record of e wo ins and on (Panama Stadium) been Credtte With bot t
downThe defeat knckedfor thirde 54thplae Bombers vs. Bluebirds wins and will be shootingfor No.
d',Wnththe ershu to atfotr c n-- o3. Tommy Hughes. the young c
rwith the Aibrook Fiers. wiho eightt the Bombers and Blue- High School fireballer. pithed ao
cored their third victory a- birds are scheduled to clash a- one-hitter gain Pabstibut lti
againstt one defeat by virtue of 'Ral, IIn the second meeting of out onaccount of his own wild- Ix
tan 11 to 3 verdict over West threee consecutive games this ness. If last yoar's performances
.Bank. The 903rd AAA remained 'ueek between the two teams, means anything, Hughes willn d
in the running with an 8 to 6 This one is slated for the Pana- prove with every game.
win over the 45th Battalion for ma Stadium with Humberto Rob- Tonlght's contest shapes upa
a reeord of two wins and one 'inson starting on the mound for another duel both on the mound a'
defeat. They oere rchieduled to 'the Bombers and Pete Nicolls ito- an l at the plate. The Dodge
tsH thesr make-u th ame s h inc Tfor the Bluebirds hurler, besideths taking pitching
the Hospital thi afternoon. Last niedeht Fernando Osorio honors for 1952. wound up the
isn other thaes 3 Ilane wned- hurled the Bombers to a five-hit, season ai batting chae plon of h
tuesday, the 33rd Infantry won 2-0 victory over the Bluebirds'torthe league. To date. Noel Gibson
It second game againt two oreak their deadlock for thelhas bad the edge In winp two
defeat with an ease 15 to league lead Loslnk pitcher Andviand losing none, while hitting a
ecionoer fulick. which ha Alonsn- aoaveuDfive safetiest the ball at a merry Pace, getting 1
now dropped four fftraight "on- but hi, hits came close together. three for three against Balboa I
tests, and the 3f0th ncne(I out The riel shortstoDs. ClarenceeBeer in the opening game of the
Corozal In a tight pitehine duel Moore and Frank Austin were'Season and was credited with the br
2 to 0. Botthoforthesetleami now rethp leadinge hitters or the %ame only hit his tea could me off V
have records of two "'ins and Moo0reIli, his hitting streak to of Hughes' offerings in the other
two defeat. 15 straleht games. ame.
ONE-ARMED i kCOLS; one of.e if-
day's golf clinic at the Panama Golf Club. w, sdW.-a
hlblted his prowess with the short ro N. 2 and w
Amador, hewl. 'piy-In foursome O .wch wilI
Charlie Harper and Paul Kirby. tThe nt has been speMlal
and their dependents and the public is'.alas car dially Invited.
vent in Panama colf historywboh e I,' by admissin of
The fans thrilled to the exu .i- otIher mgaolflers, the -bet in 1
Ions of shot makinftbv Btck business.,
White (No. 9), Skip Alexader
No. 8). Phil Greenwald (No7
and 6). Charlie Barper (No. ),
Johnny Palmer (Nag. 4 and 3),
and then held their breath as a
:uv named Snead whaled away
with the two and one irons, at
)riggins Is Clayton
Medalist; 1st Round
Play Opens Saturday
Bill Drggins heads the lit of
golfers moving Into the arit
found of tHp ix wedek aen in
must be played between Ja. 17
oured the Fort Claytp cou e.to6
qualify for the tournaments ind
hen the final day of qualifying
wa over 186 experts and dad
adl filed the course mad turned
4 their entries. Tha is anu In.
rOtse of over fifty golfers above
he number entered In the meet
The ifers hate been divided
ito 12 fllghts, ranging from the
hamplomlp bracket of quality
ti scores from 6 up to 76, down
Sthe eleventh flight with scores
s high as 139. Trophie and
rises will be awarded toboth the
winner and the runner-up In
Driltna fired the outgoing
ine In two over par 35, but got
ed-hot on the Incoming nine to
at a three under 30. one of the
oweat sores ever recorded on
he Clayton course. He will re-
elw a 17-Jewel Benrus writ.
watch for his achievement. The
lowest opponent to Drigins'
core was Oeorge Van Wie who
ousted a 68.
Bob Thl, the .aIgM. of the
Durnament lat .dropped
own to thtw i t f ti Ye
then he qullf a 77. on
stroke over the Champion..
hip flltht sore.
Myron retth tdthe third
cD.. c amp
[or avet;I fa w
in his own Inimitable
wound It U u with a few
blasts that sailed .V f
At this stage a
Nichols took over to tOW
guy can do with odly '
arm. He hit all the shots a
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anyone can drive a
1952 BUICK Dynaflow
WITH ONE LEG
only a few left at greatly reduced price.
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UOL Prit.. 0heney (2-s) went the MI ..... 3 1 0
tSh tni '.bhe WON Voe 2l"0e-
dl- te icl.r th, 1. ,* 3 0 1
ere: Lou Keepl, Up With Nelthboe
Ssee a own cauem,
tala wil- t one a thne- RANSTON, 2. (U.P.) -
ruugerflh the third. Bobo UC. shathaInMAand Thom.
0lg rate-tae tcArtier,wir had two frfor fur, *KW. oup., lflong friends
b game. this a-d Compton, who marked up I eT I the sae apt-
. however. two duWhmeQe t.p bne a Wt buldnga beae fates
as good oblea the fourth framie er day. 1Ivbe a
fosrg ulnr ifwo In the same tl room
fothe td each ave b to "baby
th -Iek ]jae. Diek Soyster boy.
r W N1TED AGENT
S sucd h forthe sale petit-poit ledles' handbags. A g orgeoual
to the vey martestgaret
gl d *&a T qul. eedle -work
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Ave. Justo Arosemena y Calls 30
(Near Olympic Swimming Pool)
Phone 3-3060 Panam&, R. P.
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6-1 Win Over
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Ave. Mel6ndez y Calle
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PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE was assisted by the bats Of Caty
STANDINGS Achwarnrock and Roy Watsml
TEAM- Weo Lst Pet. who connected for ouIr ~ts I
lerp .... .. .. a 0 L four trp U tothe plat o ,.-
remen.... .. .. 2 0e 1. 0 Jee Crawford of Sears isd
Lnjuoln Life...... 1 2 .: helped with to ree hits In eu
0"1414.1...... 1 2 Ji trips while .tht.Only IJncoln Lit-
tee ...........1 2 .1~3 era to connect McKeown's effer
AMR 14 ........M .0 inns safely were tioty Sider
-- and Jimmy Pedersen mloth mhit
YESTERDAY's RESULT each.
Seaun 17, Lincoln Life 2. Today AFO meets the Polle
TODAY'S GAME with the Lodgethen logbl forw
Poloe V. APOE. their first win of the sUMst.
Probable mound seleetosi are
Sears Temaee Lincoln Life Happy Feeney for AFPO 1 aad
To Retain Leaag L&ad either Walt Browne or ddJe
The Bears Catalog Boys, with Corrigan for the Coppers.
an 18-hit amsault on Lblooli Life The box score:
Pitching, trounced the Liers 17-3 SEARS- AB U a PO A
Tested afternoon. The win Out Watson. J., b 2 3.. 0 1
Sars i sole possession of first 8chwarzrck. 3b. 4 4 4 1 0
pe, a half me over the lre Watson. R., a. 4 4 1 2
men. Durfee .. .... c5 2 2 8 1
In the two hour and 15-minate Prfll. r 5 1 1 03 1
game which went ofly five in- McKe ',, 4 1 2 *
ning. the Catal' P .oys, behind. Elsenmann, cf 3 1 0 0a
TOmmy McKeown's fineaV 1 ~h* Crawford. b.. .. 4 2 3 3 0.
Ns cored the most deciatve win of Caldwell. if 3 0 2 1 0
d nf (1 Telephoto) the voung season In the PacificeMarshall, If
MA Sedgman of Australia, Is a tough Little League. The winner sor- .. 0 0 0 0
3t Jck Kramer. Sedgman got the ed In every innip and topped Totals I l '1
he series at 2-all. the C corie eapges with nine I Tal .... 1B
in the fifth lmI= g. The.Li[.e8LINCOLN LIF,--A 3X 0*PO A
Along The Fairways soa r al of thwr ,, e Wthi Sanderp .-2b 2 1 1 -
hbttom of ttird on only0oneDubois,'C .... 2" 0a0 5.2
m s o"oo_.hit. K._lntner.,3b.... 1. 1 0 68
A hMeKeown scored his second uMertf .. 2 0
Ladles' Day was held Jan. 1Q at win without a loss for ears and Pedoetn lb. ... 3 6 1 3 6
,lsin- Bramo Brook Country Chub. Canklin, rf .... 1 0 0 0 9
Owen A leq: It held a Throw- tEn gelke J., If-p.. 2 0 0 1
O wt, sn allowing thMrea-dCrcket News Ingelke, .. 2b-cf 2 0 0 2.2
HR f hea D. radshaw, ct .l. 1 o 0.1A
2 2 Phl wentto krothyLafrtlx Hunter. 2b-rf... 0 0 IVs
1 2 Tr first with a 47 net. Second Weather ermttin on the At-IWhte, ...... 0 0 0 -9
2 2 w taken b n lie Hum s lantic side. Bundvay the Atlantic -- -
0 1 with0 2 Gwen A Cricket League will open the m-['rstal ........ 18_3 2 i'I
l1 tfo0 thrd ww a 5%n urtb son at the Mounnt Hone Oval, Seerso By lmawM
S0 went to Margaret Leigh with a when the xcellbr CC. cham- Sears 2 3 2 1 9-17 13",
I 1 S net. lon last year. will arcse bats Lincoln Life 0 0 3 0 046-V-. 4
0 1 The e will be o Ladles' Day on with the runner-up Morland OC. Winng Pitch er -
2 1 Jan. 17 due to the Panama Open Prom what can be amhered. (2-0). Losing Pitcher
which Is being held during the Morland CC. under skipper W. De (1-1). Struekout byF-u .
10 11 Week end Jan. 20, Ladles' Day 0Sousa,is out to sprhiga surprise. ander 3, White 1. Basesn on
wlq be hel at 8 .t. Exeldor OC. under skipper Ted off-t -oowth 4, sander .,
B PoFlowp the Irn neft the Reece. is determined to win the2. Hit by Pitb-Huanter rM
1 0 Ladles Piatln will be the pennant again. Keoain.Two Base Nt- hw
1 0 guests of i0 Margaret Leigh at The game will start at I n.m. rock 2. ROv WSo 2. nUUagS'
0 1 aancheG to b1 held at her All itnerested cricket followers Hope anW followell. SU -r,-
1, 1 iNu! In New (Wlatobal. are cdrdlally invited to attend. Kam. Time of 0ame01" 1-8.
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See Or- First -t5 3 Exhibit
Pay Less Now At Our New Prices
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"Let the people knoir th truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
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E GI H'I II YEAR
PANAMA, R. P., THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1953
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It's Smorgasbord Time Again
At Boquete's Hotel Panamonte
S Pmorasbord cons backto t he rare birds. animal mushrooms. te will be of special interest to. the malU hote1 on the utrope
mountains of Chirioul today vines and giants ini a orileval transients who may want to re-pla (without meals) it r
when Hotel Panamonte opens its, condition seldom accessible to main only for one or tWO nights. 1.50am lgbt or sn o pron,.r
doors for the new season. t tourists They will be accommodated in from M, tar tw.
And with the return of the The rate-change at Panamun- the annex (some 100 yards from Mar l ours rooms n the
tempting variety of Swedish dell- ma in euDM Wl( remain Ou'T
cacles offered each Sunday eve- Am erican lan (am I.M1l S1
ning by its proprietor. Dofia Vera I d) f wi a tbomodatton w.lfh i
Ellot. the popular resort town of for f e ooi hmodito f with a*-ae s
Boquete takes on its most festive d bath to with private
dry-season spiritin oathr
Several new attractions have ra w in other a f i
been added this year for guests ra r w ba
at the charming inn which has Boques.eandtePannteto-
drawn tourists to Panama from ethr offer a alepe ta-
Europe and Asia. as well as the tn ethe offer afo e tu,0 d ttblna-
Americas. to ether for Canal p toux
- For one thing there have beentirsonnl or Canal of ia telt
ome changes in hotel rates: and personnel or re iTdems tof the tot-
for another. Bouete has become minsl cities who feel they need
or anoth er. Buete has beomt e fo- a break from the heat of the sea-
the western gateway for the orpo- level tropics, ..
ted highway through Chriulropics
orom the Pacific to the Carib- T little re twn offers
bean. rueohe little reeot, town offers
bean. *the chlmnte.
The route of the new road be- At its h 4.00-foot elevation on
%k across the high conti- At its4.ABWfoo ot elevation on
Scut across the hh contio- the "green side" of the Volcan
stal divide to Bocas dlel Tor Baru, its l air holds -he bracing
uns directly in frorit of Hotel fresh of perpetuAl mountain
Panamonte. A few miles further 1oW in nO l rern .latotudis.
on it leaves the familiar maca- onrint i northern latitudes.
dam "loop" road and cuts off to A bOquC t alsO furnishes the
the right into heretofore un- tsteUe --big cenety. with hlmth.
touhed moht ainto before ut. er mountain creates to be seen at
touched mountain fe every turn of the road. .
It is only possible to drive a A n the little r a in te
few miles out on the new high- que) alsn" hs the atlOn for
and the surface is far from mqe lhere thasthiadters fln d
tinhed. mos here "thatvistQrs find
]ut visitors catch glimpses ofi mlls where nu fie tab and c
Swher the bb i a pro-
cessed blue agiapathas and 9th-
Ce r flowers blooming it very
It-Year- ld Facedoortep, and' chance to d
It THE SUNDAY EVENING SMORGASBORDs a festive meal serv-with thesownld T i *bo com
D ftNteu atg Panamonte. No extra cost to American-plan guests. Visitors In tel PMo toon -- its druX
l often drive up from David and other towns to enjoy this Swedish of the unusual taatlos. u.
food On other days. special ePanamanian and American dishes fers a chane to get away
edcs Hershey appear frequently on the menu. the strai n-acket of cities d
the @traOn-jackt of ,eitiss I"
NEW _% r IS an. 1rtak of all ths but 'stathe
s time Ua feel sre that whna
We're bs gt nowa In Paciic Nations Adl Hands ver "" -'"' R odro
(P -Ma en.Lew.sB. Pacific Nationsu ill return to t
Rershey, Director of Sekctive a comfortable "home" and a de-
Service, said today the man- To Talk Over rous meal.
power sit nation is getting
rougher and predict ed the F r East Policy P" ot en*te o
drfting of 18n- year- olds b cr P c Dof es S n A the habitation of W. 0. (Pop)
3et fall. hWright, known to rdr f The
"I don't want to give an im- LONDON. Jan. 15 (UP)-Of- pnaAd Ae raudersi ofThe
preaslon of urgency," the 59- ficial sources said today that the the oriainal Boquete dingle
year old head of the draft Unitd States, Britain. France, SPRINGFILD, Ill., thJan. or1 Boinaloquea gUlo.o
oo dne eight Years tn. pop sold
yeartem said. Australia and New Zealand will (UP).- AdlaI E. Stevenson, de- outto Dofia Vera, but he never
"'We're not really so di s- soon start discussions through heated Democratic presidential tires of telling how he tied to
bed about the next few diplomatic channels on co- nominee, gave up the governor- oque 25 years o, sre e'
nths as we are about the ordinated Far Eastern defense ship he wanted more than thel oon die that e only took on
t othra wears." ut policy.e White House yesterday and be- shirt with him, but the ellmat-.
t there nato now diing The forthcoming negotiations, came a private citizen. well today. Pop is still wtin
With the natio now dipping informants said. will be aimed Stevenson turned over the ex- the MaRl Box 1 ti ritingt
I tthe 9u-gytr old poor, at establishing whether and in ecutive mansion scene only Teas.om Antoni
lrsey 'su ggested three what form a joint defense struc- a few short months ago of the
courses te government may tur can be worked out for the hustle and bustle of presidential Dofia Vera added two w
ta protection of Southeast Asia campaigning -to Republican and bathrooms galore toPo
f 0a standing mibe itary force against Communism. Wiliam G. Stratton. at 38 one Old place and fixed uu her gu
of 3,600,000 besides the draft- of the youngest governor in .- rooms with her Interior deo -
tng of 18 year olds: tooloahiidoryiator'history.
Lower the Army's draft stan- Balboa Tides noe formation wator's skill.
The transformation was CO- Using as many pnaman
"ard. lete even to the gubernatorial rnos e" d
Start drafting some fathers. Friday, Jan. 16 o e n to the ubeinatorial roducta possible she dw
Pare down college deferments. HIGH LOW dollhouse her native Sweden fo a
"Artie," Stevenson's frskpeher native wden for
Of the 1,700,000 rejectees ev- 3:53 a. m. 10:23 a. m. Dalmatian. was evicted in favor things as china. lams aind tex-
ery year. Hershey believes 350,- 4:29 p. m. 10.45 p. m. of Stratton's 210-pound Greattiles, on the United 8ttes for
900 could be salvaged if the Dane. "Major."
Imy woield trim off, some of Aides of the 52-year-old re-G
Its more rigid requriments. tiring governor said the loss of oddard Funeral
"One of the things that[ T the post was a bitter pill for
gripes me." he said "Is the pol- eaut him to swallow. Tomorrow At
y of turning a man down c For months prior to the Dem-
presumably on his Intellectual ocratic nati onal convention last orgaS M
capacity especially if he has July he had turned aside all r s rtuary
miuage difficulty. r suggestions t he run for tt he run for the un
.Te Army tends to reject Funerapresidency. pleading tit he oddar for Harold
them if they d n't seem to un- Oe wanted nothing more than a Goddard of Ancon, who di
derstand English How does it second four-year term as govaT- tuesday, will be held tomorrow
know if they don't understand ernor.morning at I in the Gorgas
a tlish?' Today. however, he buried his Mortuary Chapel.
e general also cast a bale- regrets under his usual good Mr. t oddard.ivision employee was
ful eye on doctors who receive humor and performed the tradi- portion ivln employ
ame or all of their education tional rites o the outgoing 55 years old. He entered he
at government expense and governor on behalf of the in- hospital early thki h ldbt
a not been called to ser- coming. He is survived by Jia wie Mrs.
6Z __ Late in February Stevenson Angelica Goddard of Anoon, and
"We're busy right now in a will leave on an extended visit his mother, Mrs. R. Goddard of
Ialse chase after some of those to the Far East, probably in- Cilo, Michigan.
ntlemel," he said. "There a- cluding Korea.
bn, blood is up a little bit. '. The nket is an outgrowth Frlends recalled today
The rejection rate among doc- Corner H and Darl,6n 51t. Tel. 2-1,51T of a decision Stevenson reached Mr. Goddard was ov. 8ey
tdr who got their medical Al. in Colo6 Front Stee11 during the presidential cam- first sergeant during the Oov.
ning in service is undefend- I 'Tel. 1 21 l paign to/go to Korea if elected. ernor's first tour of duty in tl
,e... _.just as Eisenhower did. Canal Zone some 22 years ago.
GENERALS WHO BECAME PRESIDENT--4 By RAY ELLIS
t. During his admnuistratinA the West began to
S -xpend. Th~e Geld Rush was on a men were
heading Westward to make their fortune. The
big question wel shaudd Califomia with its
increasing lle be admitted as a free e
:/")sav /s-tat. eL
ZI chery T or. In the ha f% h I too i
Isr wm= sas and boo-s b do Waotdo
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