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 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]
daily
normalized irregular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
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ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01477
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Five Nations To Try Working Out

Southeast Asia Defense Policy
SLONIDON. Jan. 17 (UP) The eign Minter Robert Schuman Western Europe in the North
United 8tuies, Bri t a I n and were agreed, the informants Atlantic T traty Organlatl .
Stance have agreed tp ex~amin said, that consultations should The question arose primarl
olo the prospects of a coord- start, without delay, on the as- out of a French memorandtau t
tated Fav ern defense pl- pect of Par Eatffern strategy and NA.T.O. which urged agrees"
ley, and tcoultations are about policy, to meet the Communist on a global strategy, to tnehtde
0 start, official sources disclosed threat in Asia. the Far East, in addition to
here today It was a reed on this occasion Western Europe.
Atral= a and New. Zealand that Australia and New Zealand i talls of the problem may bae
have been Included m' The cm- -both members of the Anzus adFtnm d by secretary of state*
altations which are to estab- pat with the United 8tates-- dedifate Foster Dules inla o*
whether ad In what form should be Included in the initial den and Paris during his forth.
Jint defe Artu can be aste ~ of the discussions. cotMing ELurope trip.
S out pro t t of itish official quarters today
t . diagalsed reports from Wash- Meanwhile British offtctal
Ington of a formal suggestion by were claiming that moves for
There Id liigr mni amnga the Churchill for the establishment some form of joint Far Eastern
qwers, the~Vxee said. tat of a Southeast Asia defense pact defense policy could go
*,e present Wtam -rt defense against Communist aggression, Irrespective of existing AncilJ
garil~y, and, rtieture Is wunais but they did not deny that Brit- American differences on the r&
atery, but a for a glob- Ish pol-y envisages some ar- cognition of Communist Chlan
o security M ae so far ranment on these lines, to The informants said the re
ma" protect the vulnerable Far Beat. full agreement oetweenB
l_ prc tei v e.nto re- Consultations were said to be and the -Unted Btate aw tS
lMo t a- Imminent through diplomatic policy towards any ewpandmN-
ohnanels between the United moves by Red China; the l Ma
( eeoat dia* States, Britain, France, Austra- Uon of recognition or nearly
wit Pre- iLa and New Zealand on the cognitko does not afft
w and "prinples" of such coordinated accord.
Foster or coMon defense policy they Mw oTe major
woeld also deal with the scape which miit stand at
a reached of such move and the 10mro the way on agreed
ofW tW big which should be fneluded in any broad ru-ordinated
an the poM"fe fortheomntg secrtr dI;efe p ely that of
"NOgge thh~ Alansc eture. ture of frtaMsa ao d oO
(. Pft t ear- Whut is so far tentatively on. Ka-kas lmisme. tf-
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played by the U.S. Army is under interrogaties ie cpe..
nection with the arrest of two naturalized Y. $ l '
accused of being Soviet spies, U. S. officials er '
While refusing to real the man' s;,n ,t.;-
cials said he was not North American, Austrian or
As a number of refugees from EasternE Eu" H
employed by the Army here, presumably he is a d
person.
The man brought to three t6e number ff person.'
known to be held for questioning in the case.
The case broke Wednesday Poer was d.
with the arrest of Kurt I. Ponger. ranginir a meetinil an-
39, and Otto Verber, 31. both for- other employ and l .A
mer U.S. Army men of Austrian Novikov w or auited
origin, on charges of spyINg an- from the U r f ,h
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males here remained, pa e ASor,
today. that sooner or W that he =4
will catch a prominent fO- 1,9t9e 1 os =DOM! may a.o
time Nazi who escaped U:er extend to yp. .
arackdown this week and fiy 7 The paper recalled-that one
denied Londah reports that I of the rtesrted m .io rmer .08
'a believed to have escape, to brigade general t imer-
-me Sovie-t zone. mann, been a
.Dr. Harl -FP rlch D to e months as nglet
m n has beteh sought a mArranginga inOf
e sday night when Bri an Industrial to .-
tary eolie arched his DUs- gyand he Arab t
,drt home and e d ttfcoA .d t a, ecw u to the
th*r swoop on' members o pfper, ad been .to ar-
rgie"'or recruiting :.German
areted neo-Nakd network that ra recruiting German
aSor has resulted in seven ar- lnadustrial and economy_ experts
"W* Fmer 88 leader "ir-face"
The former Hitler Youth leid- Otto ekorseny, with tom the
er was said by his wife to be 4. group was reported to ire had
aent on a "trip." cotaeUt, Is at present Egypt.
The Dusseldorf newspaper r Howeve r Skoreny y de-
Mttage reported ta Bo nied these reported Cts.
rotn wps believed to be Gernunmsources lo ported
Wiesbaden- today and set the fir^ s vide 0o. -Nod
to arrive 1t Munich to network 11vhiWd the .
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Two members of the three-
man rent panel which id iaWr-
lone On the, sthmi bu t a ma-
ber were "11ahl? d"
with the vsy teir eComme da-
tions were interpretaa by the
Panama Canal oniu board
of directors when # w*ard de-
termined the new Mta whch
went Into effect thls month, it
was learned here today.
The reactions of Orrls Bur-
rows, labor representative, and
Dr. Herbert Ashton, the man-
agement member of the panel.
were revealed early thin week to
How ard. Munro. leIlaive repre-
salf T of the central Labor
.bo returned last night
frn .TaI ton. Chalran of
m el, professor Benjamin
KalMa Mwas not in Wa Rn
at; Es9 time.
M said today not only
were the pane members disap-
pointed, but qfiat of the A-
metican FedMttl of Labor
with whom he dued the
problem were also bhdhlv dis-
guated" with the outcome 'of the
rent situation.
SThe CLU's legislatie epre-
sentative sto back on the Ituius
to confer with labor Mrup, and
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worked for a r "Ceant l buro
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ostensibly based i .New York but
apparently with.Its sole offites
In Vienna, and believed generally
to be supported by Russia.
Still undetermined was the
status of at least two governmentt
employee s who figured In theAis-
arre case. But there was spacula-
tlin they might have provided
the "ti.p" that enabled FBI and
Army Intelligence agents to
break up the ring. .
An Army spokesman said Army
Intelligence first was put on the
trail of the two men in 1949 when
a government employee reported
he had been approached by Ver-
ber.
Their operations were checked
from that time until their arrest
in Vienna.
While authorities said those
held in Vienna were detained on-
ly for questioninRg. one spokes-
man admitted: "The possibility
of their belnR charged as ae-
complUces of those formally ar-
rested cannot be precluded."
Verber was accused in a two-
count Inadtment of giving mon-
ey to a Jvernment egploye in
Wanshinon for natlonardefense
information.


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night hearX g in the distt
court building.
At a second hearing yetr
U.S. Judge Alexander M ol
zfitf postponed formal arra"lg*.:
ment until 10 amn. Monday to
give the accused, men time to
study the indictment and to con*
sult attorneys.
Then they will have a chance
to plead ultv or innocent.
.. Verber, who won Silver an4 -
Bronse stars for bravery with the
Army In Europe during WorM
War 1I. already has declared hM
ianocence.
Speaking clearly and distinct'
ly when -he arrived here the
Sstockvy and baldyig man snapped
a curt "No, asir" to a report
who asked him if he was a so,
Ponwer, like Verber, was Viw-
ha-born and n6w a naturallMi
artisan.

USAF To Advise
Venezuela "
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP)
-The United states and Veno
zuela signed a four-year agree-.
ment today under which a U.
Air Force misasidn will be
to the South American nvtMi
advise on Venezuelan air N M
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SBAGHpA) Iraq, Jman. 17 (UP)
Large of voters began
*teongd to the polls m bright
ednsn today as officials pre-
ted a million persons would
vote I IIraq's parliamentary
elections.
' The voters, men only, crowded
the coutyards of elcteral sta-
,tiihs and as their hames were
Ulned by the cbeirman of the
election committee they filed
nto the poliags hall.
* Thae warning turnout in
Bagbdad qity indicated a high
eranout for Iraq's first direct
general election.
Snow.and rain was reported in
northern Ir but in many con-
stituences there candidates
were returned unopposed. The
total of candidates elected by
aeQlamation today rose to 73.


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1 THIS 15 YOUR FORUM THE READERS WN COLUMN


THE MAIL BOX
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The Meil Box as an open forum tor readers of The Panama Ame-
kce. Letters are received gratefully and are handled m a wholly enifi-
dential manner.
If you ceetribute a letter don't be impatient if it doesnm' appeal the
meat day. Lettes are published m the order received
Please try tf keep the letters limited to one pge longeth.
Identity of letter wtersn a held in strictest confidenee.I
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for dtafements as oplesio
expressed in letters tram reeders
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HOW TO CONTROL SALES STORE PRIVILEGES
Editor. Mail Box
Panama American
Dear Mail Box Editor:
Recent disclosure through the press of the respectable net
profit earned by the Panama Canal Company, a portion of which
Department of Defense Installations, also military and civilian
employes contributed through their purchase of supplies and ser-
vices through the various outlets of the Company, indicate that
they should also be concerned in the overall policies of the Com-
pany, especially, Department of Defense civilian employes as
strong rumors are now circulating of an agreement between the
Panama Canal Company and the military to withdraw Army Sales
Store privileges to civilian employes.
The only excuse being advanced for this change in policy Is
that the privilege is being abused by civilian employes. Visual
check would indicate that there is a. limited amount of abuse of
privilege by both military and civilian employes but not to an
extent that would call for mass punishment of a particular group,
furthermore who is so naive as to believe that commissary privil- w
eges are not also being abused. t
Admission of failure to control abuse of privileges would seem t
to indicate a weakness in administrative control as unannounced ,
checks against all control numbers would soon ferret out the v
limited number of both classes of employes who violate their pri- d
vilege and a few suspensions or cancellations of same would bring a
the desired results. i
Certainly there is enough unrest among employes here with- t
out adding further cause for complaint by forcing them to con- d
* tribute additional profit to this Government monopoly, the Pana-
ma Canal Company. al Rights For AIL f
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ON THE CARE AND HANDLING OF LIQUID CARGO P
.Mail Box:
Thought you might like to have a copy of a recent circular t
Issued by the Navigation Division. The extra paragraphs in tl
-bold-face type are additions made bv n
-Waterfront Willie.

MEMORANDUM TO ALL STEAMSHIP AGENTS: St
Subject: Unidentified Hazardous Cargoes M
1. Reference is made to Chief Navigation Division memo
Mo. 18-52, dated 14 November 1981 on same subject.
2. Ships are continuing to arrive for transit of the Panama
fanal carrying liquid hazardous 'cargo with no specification as t
required by Canal Regulations.
3. The past weet of operations, under overhaul conditions,
shows that the required information is essential; accordingly, all
shipis willu rolmreLfto urnish this information before being

4. The necessary chemical analysis can be made at the i
laboratory of the Miraflores Filtration Plant. 24
5. The suggested procedure for securing this service is as th
follows: _


a. On arrival in harbor, agent obtain one (1) full quart
sample (s) of liquid cargo (a) carried.
A). Sometimes they are good for more than a quart
and it's generally liquid.)
b. Phone chemist at telephone number: 2-1490.
(B) And speak to him softly. They are very touchy.
c. Deliver sample to chemist.
(C) Now don't forget!
d. Have chemist advise dispatcher of results of analysis.
(D) Beg him or you might be out of luck.
lote: Laboratory hours are 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., Monday through
,Saturday only.
(Note: Nothing doing after hours. Remember the 40-
, hour week. Stop all Canal traffic.)
|. 10 copies to all Agents, Cristobal
V 100 copies to Port Captain, Balboa
cc-Chemist, Miraflores Filtration Plant
cc-Dispatcher, Cristobal.
(P. S. A perfect example of how to operate the Ca-
nal 24 hours a day on a 40 hour week.)

CrAnswer to Previous Puzzle
; Christmas CheerIf v AosIC

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IChristmas GlWhatthe Magi A ^ | V
carol followed Ao ; a A
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f decoration I Cape L -PA PS.lE W 1
C Night before 2 Spoken
Christmas 3 Ireland
22 City in 3ra a
Pennsyi ania 4 Line added to N
1 Century plant musical staff
S14 Boy's S College 25-- the 46 berry
nickname degrees (ab) presents sauce for
If Warm water 6 European 26 Home Christmas
seaweed clover 28 Mr. Claus dinner
17 KBeverae 7Noisy 30 Hawaiian 47 Entice
i Sow and 8 Citrus frmi wreaths 48 "Stockings
SMAy eorme on 0 Judges 31 Essential being were hung by
Cbrbtmas 10 Contends 31 Less polite the chimney
19 Image 1 lCnd of cheese 35 Have recourse with -- "
worship 1i Moo'ish drum 40 Interior 50 Girdle
1I Position 20 Sweetheart 43 Former name 51 Greek mount
23 French name 23 Birds'l mes for radon 52 Russian ruler
24 Rocky hill 24 Ripped 45 Foot parts 55 Bow slightly
17 Honey makers
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BY VICTOR RIESEL

There is now doubly checked
evidence to prove that American
soldiers captured by the SovAet
Chinese are being executed,
maimed, "brain-washed" and
tortured by the enemy's political
police and agitation-propaganda .*. *
chiefs in a drive to convert 01G *
prisoners of war to Communism.
The ghastly objective of this
methodical combing of Red
POW-camps for American-and .
British-soldlers who will re-
nounce their homeland s a still
unleashed propaganda drive
planned by Peiping. Our military
Intelligence is detalUedly aware
of this maneuver soon to be
sprung on the world.
Peiping's propaganda spe-
cialists hope to get enough 4f
our captured Army, Air Force,
and Navy men and officers to
parrot the Communt line so
that the Soviet Chinesme a
shortly announce that "th- .
sands" of American. beya don't
want to return to "eapitalist" '-
America.
Furthermore, since this par-
roting will be done In pab0e,
over the air and In speelal
press interviews by some A-
merican lads, the Pipuia pro-
pagandists will bei 8dto
release -thah names, adrees
and family backgrounds.
This means that the Russians
will not chance any public break
-so they R re "brain-washing"
he captured GI's. Bddle HuI.
er's absolutely essential book,
Brain-Washin In Chinas," re-
veals how the Soviet p -pagn-
lists are remaking the mental
attitudes of several hundred milU-
lon Chinese. It's a ghastly new
eohnique of masa hypnosis in-
uced by fear and repetition.' -
As reported by the best In-
ormed underground organisa-
Ion inside China double-
hecked hby special couriers dis- y
watched to the Orient for that
purpose by the AFL's Interns- e
lonal Committee the first y
mental assault on our captured B k
troops is made by members of
be American Communist Party .-Te bravest men I know
ow in China. WASHINGTON-The bravest men I know are i
They are aided by "Americans" the Federal ade. Omnunariners, husbands. thMl
uch 'as John Powell, now a every one. Despite tie expriuW terteby gai in- fea
hanghal editor (of the China ed on matter feminine, these heroes ot our KH|
Monthly Review). bureaucracy at thbis moment) are Lzvestigatingx
They make the rounds of the military tride.
[he Chinese prisoner of war You could h e' knocked zme over with a gres- lq
camps In North Korea in a raind ribb and atutted te in a felt eloche elm
series of "educational" speak- when I learlud. of their teMerity. Invdtigat1it 11
ng tours in which they deride milliDer is G the begal. .
he U.S. for dispatching the On Thursdey the commlsananers are
GIs to fight on this strange er bitects of f 1tOUal haft Into W |
front. confe:enefto draw up ulrw-1sy now
On Oct. I, our men in prison thendlltav W j .
imps were asked, after a-num- .13 ,
er ot them talks, to p2ttlpate ha*O DEIB WZi
n a national cel0bation. ,0 1ft
They refused. And rioted. oure ougetting their 1 *
0 were Injured. The report is There are Nsathe
hat 31 men were slaughtered, and I u M maybe t
How many Americans were a- tothemrea y,_" I
ong the dead we don't yet and so are their a'-t -1tha ma w i
now. However, they were not tnlaes with'them s Invlha; .. i W.I
e first to be mangled. Accord- I know about this =oe s Ognce bught M


They were beheaded or burled tool. Still and an &t .U wever
ive in the medieval Chinese And what aR&e iseS* a
shion I could buy a tabt o t t that
Last October there was renew- the madam a aih la
torture. The Russian-creted and brown hair and ld PY
ntl-Unlted States and Aid Ko- of these pecificatIons, 'd like try
a Ass. forced 54 American lads ome hats.
tour several Chinese ltes and The milliner brought in a
liver inti-U.S. talks. Only 12 taUSy did look' a good
eyed. The other 42 refused eto alo was inclined to snWer
rrender their decency and tii. on hats.
ritage. Mostly the looked b,
They were soon forced to wer kept my mouth shut. I
ilculous clothes on public be wise policy for the .iV = 00B.
rade whiln the new Sovietlaed sloners.
henry outdid itself in spitting -- -- --.-___ ._ _
the lads, heaving rocks
atinx them with their fiats,
ibs, shop tools and whatever
is handy. The tour ended. Sod rwn airlq nderq
i the lives of 11 of the. boys. t Ie dm
vo who survived each lost a
rb.
At Sin-vu-chow, two American h Awe'...--- .
r Force men were dispatched NEW YORKERS ARM TALEIfl I
the Chinese Red Cross hos- b .J% ts
,al there. A Soviet doctor by The curteat issue C. .3
me ol Pulooharoff signed a tul Mi Read.. a l,
:elpt for the captured tirmen. w Ithaniel t8 ,
en they ere subjected to In- heptasn h su
elation by germs we alleged- brWke wi c for He
dropped on Korea and China. sa : 5* .. .-3
What is the source for these i
astly charges? tou ende.


There are little side streets
in Portuguese Macao, at the
end of the ferry die from
Hong Kong. which are filled
with t bhesdquarter of anti-
Communist Chinese apera-
tions. The ehose MacaUs be-
cause they don't trust the
British Hong Kong poleea.
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SMW YOR1 Jan. 17 (US)-
Eleven new viruses, Includin
for found In South Amer,
some of which may cause entire-
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B ar beng studied by
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(NBA Telephoto)
MSU T'TM OCCASION British Prime Minister Winston
Chitebl- (rMO .a a flower on the lapel of President Harry
Truman. Time u.-Chlef executive was going to a dinner in his
honor atte Britl& mbasyu In Washington after Informal talks
with ChurchilL


STiubmmlare

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Jan. 17 (UP)


program put out by
and silver booklet,
a, dollar, devotes
aures and stories ozt


incoming Vice President lechard
A. Nlxo0n.
It carries large spreads In
color on eog Washingtn
Abraham Lincoln, and thelast
GOP president. Herbert Hoover.
11t for the departing Mr.
Truman there'sonly a two-Inch
picture, surroded by a black
ine. In the back of the book
under the general heading,
"past Presidents."

American Lgon

Threatens To Pickel

Newb Chplmn RF
HOLLYWOOD, ;an. 17 (UP) -
The Fox West Coast theater
hatemoved comedian Charlie
GQaIu's "Limelight" from its
a for three Lose. Anle
t rV today In the two of
hrta' of picketlng by the
"had no ,


an or ithe chain
sdd .5attn pletute alliame


No Middle Initial

For Navy Hilstee

With 29 Names

LOUISVILLE&, Ky., Jan. 17 -
(UP-Tat Stalard boy with
all those names, as he Is refer-
red 'to In his home town of
brg. My *a a Navy
enlistee today without even a
middle name.
When. the Navy a ou
I 4h hew M. plain
NMI SwIfl
means "no middle
Before the Navy took over
taUllard was Hugh Alexander
Morris Gene Saul Ralph Oes
Gilbert Motoer Marqui Miles
Marion Mayo John Charles
James Gordon Bennett Adams
Christopher Columbus Elijah
Green Eversole Bradley Kincaid
Robert Jefferson Breckinridge
Stallard.
Stallard acquired those 29
given names when a doctor told
his father there would be no
more children born to the fam-
ily. All the names are entered
in the' family Bible.


had advised it that %be Amer-
ican Legion planned to picket
the theaters because of Chap-
line's alleged auuport of Com-
munult-front organizations.
Ohaplin currently Is in Eu-
rope and has been informed, b
the Juatice Dpartment tht.it he



o many years he re-
taWWdb hit British ti9senship.


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OF SOUTH AMERICA
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New Books

One of the greatest love stories
In South American history Is told
by Vtor W. Von Hagen in "The
Four Manuela," one
of the new books placed In circu-
lation by the Canal Zone Libra-
ry during the past week.
The biography tells the story
of Manuela Baenz whose influ-
ence was felt during one of the
deciasve periods in the New
World. Most of the biographers
of Simon Bolivar, the Great Lib-
erator have failed to portray the
great influence she had in South
American affairs during the war
for Independence from Spain.
The love story of Manuela Saenz
and Bolivar Is one of the great
epics of the Americas and the
new biraphy s the result of
long and paitakin research on
the part of the author.
The complete list of new books
added to the Library shelves last
week follows:
Social Sciences: The Uprooted
-Handlin; and Pattern of Re-
sponslbility-Acheon.
Fine Arts: Art School Self-
Taught-Price; There Are Ladies
Presen"'nt-Hoknson: Fireside
Book of Favorite American Songs
-Boni; and Hunter-Hunter.
Biography: Fleet Admiral King.
A Naval Record-King: The Four
Seasons of Manuela-Von Hag-
en; and Abraham Lincoln-
Thomas.
Fiction: Thudbury-D avis;
Deadlock-Fenlsong; Executive
Suite-Hawley; Rotting Hill-
Lewis: Reunion on the Wabash-
North; The Sojourner-Raw-
lings; and Three to be Read-
Wylle.
Added to the Reference Collec-
tion: Statesman's Yearbook. 1952.
Guaranty Trust Co. of N.Y.;
Bank and Public Holidays
Throughout the World. 1953,
Guaranty Trust Co. of N.Y.; and
Lovejoy's College Guide: a com-
plete reference book to 2,049
American colleges and univeralsit-
les, Lovejoy; and Modern Plastics
Encyclopedia a n d Engineers'
Handbook.
ChldMren's Fiction: Stiggles--
Cummins: The Discontented Vil-
lage-Dobbs; Mr. Bear Squash-
you-all-flat-Gipson; Cats For
Kansa-Henderson; The
Friendly Farm-How; Pogo's Sea
Trip, a Story of Boats- Norling;
The Little Lost Puppy-Otto:
Pancakes For Breakfast-Paull;
and Storytime Favorites-Scott.
Children's Books New Edi-
tions: Gone Is Gone-Gag; Hit-
ty. Her First Hundred Years-
Field; Just So Stories-Kipling;
First Aid Textbook for Juniors-
American Red Cross; and Tales
for Telling-Watson,

Randolph Road
To Be Closed
All Day Monday
t e Rt w be claed
tgCBton of Bolivar Highway
all da next Monday while the
nstallation of an electrical duct
liMe Is in progress.
The traffle on the road will be
stopped at that point at 7 Mon-
day morning and it is expected
that normal traffic can be re-
sumed late the same afternoon.
While the work Is in progress,
traffic normally moving over
Randolph Ro a d toward the
B oyd-Roosevelt Highway will be
deoured over htlock Street
in Margarita. Traffic from the
Boyd-Roosevelt Highway will be
detoured ver Granada and Bar-
bados Streets In Rainbow City.


Truman Advisory Board Says


US Can Afford Defense Costs


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WASHINGTON, Jan. 17 (UP)
-President Truman's special
mobilization advisory board re-
ported today the nation can
"'amply" pay the present cost of
defense and told President-elect
Elsenhower high costs alone
must not determine rearma-
m nt policies.
"The question is not what we
can afford to do, but what can
we not afford to leave undone."
the board said.
"We must devote sources
enough to create and maintain
such military strength as to dis-
courage the threat of war and
to assure prompt victory if war
breaks out."
But It also emphasized that
every effort must be made to
bring efficiency and economy to
the nation's defense effort.
The board, composed of re-
presentatives of labor, business,
agriculture and the public, of-
fered in its final report to Mr.
Truman a series of recom-
mendations on how best to run
the mobilization program.
AFL President George Meany.
a labor member, refused to sign
the report. He said the board
went outside its authority in
making recommendations to
Elsenhower.
Meany said the board was
created for Mr. Truman's per-
sonal use and should have con-
fined Itself to reporting on its
own work.
Laurence F. Lee and Claude A.
Putnam, two industry members,
also refused to sign on grounds
that thel group had no business
to dhnaft a "finished bieuprint"
on how to run the government.
Among its proposals the board
suggested that Eisenhower ask
Congress for authority to Impose
a "90-day freeze of all prices
and wages" in case a new na-
tional emergency comes after
present wage-price controls ex-
pire.
The board also recommended
that the Republican adminis-
tration have ready "a practical
and equitable system of price-
wage controls" ready for con-
gresasional action in case of
emergency. It made no com-
ment on the advisability of Con-


greas approving "standby" eonb
omic controls.
It aaid the "highest pr9rtl"
should be given by the new -
ministration to expenithis
nation's trade with Its ai and>
friends. The choice facing tO
United States, it sid, is to Ia*
other nations earn U. 5. delka.
to pay for their puchagse% e
U. S. goods or give them
right. cash gifts.
The board recommended "a
greatly Improved progrM of
public information" to bring
home to the American peple
the full nature of the mobl
tion program.
Other board members include
David W. Brooks. president of
the National Council of Farmer
Cooperatives; Herschel D. New-
som. master of the National
Grange: James G. Patton. pres-
ident of the NpAtlonal Farmer
Union: Marion B. Folsom. board
chairman of the Committee for
Economic Development; Laur-
ence F. Lee. president of the
U. S. Chamber of Commerce;
CIO President Walter Beuth'r
and William H. Davis. patnt
lawyer and chairman of the
World War I War Labor Board.

Nathan Skerritt
Obsequies To Be
Held On Monday
Burial services will be held
Monday at 1 p.m. In the Cor-
osal Chapel for the late Nathan
A. Skerrmtr, a long time red-
dent of Gamboa who died sud-
denly Wednesday morning a-
board a Panama Canal dredge.
Interment will follow in the
Coroal Cemtwy.
Born in Layou, SLt. VlnM,
British West Indies, the 89U
year old Skerrttt wa fomd
dead by his co-workers la t&h
washroom aboard the dredge
at 4:15 a.m. Wednesday.
He is survived by his white,
Mrs. Margaret Skerri tt; a
brother, Prince Skerritt, a n d
several other relatives.
Mr. Skerritt came to thel
Isthmus In 1909.


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]PAGE FOUR TIIE PANAMA AMERICAN- AN INDSPUDENT DAN.! NEWIF7111APER _
SIDE G LANCES By _,b-.

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(ontractors-To Begin Work SIDE GLANCES By Caibrait

Soon On US-Rate Quarters I' T H

Construction work will be of the 22 houses on Empire *
started soon on the U.S.-rate Street will be of masonry con- *I
quarters construction program struction. Thirty-nine of the 1281
or the fiscal year 1953 in Coto Corozal houses will be composite thI)
'al and Balboa, the notice to type buildings, all of which will
proceed having been issued to have floor plans designed fit
'Macco-Panlacific, Inc., contrac- the terrain on which t will .
tor foi the building program. be locate$. They will be nown
The firm was the successful as the "hillside" type houses, and
At bidder on the construction work all will be single-family houses.
which provides for the construc This year's construction pro-
7 tion of 150 houses, 192 family gram also includes a new type
.'units, in he new residential area of housing designed for large
-,at Corozal and on Empire Street families. These are duplex ma-
..in Balboa. Low lump sum bid for sonry quarters, some of which Fft L AND I U ']g DA Fork I "bi
*nth" work wa. $2,746,726. will have four bedrooms to an
-4 The construction contract pro- apartment
,vides for the work to be started Nine of the four-bedroom du- .. .
a,'wlthin 30 days ater the notice plexes will be built, two of which CJ 4 .
'to proceed has been given. The will be on Empire Street. Nine- I 1 E.S Ts '
time limit for completion of thej teen other duplexes of a similar 0 :. P OM.F7L Fe-- -.
houses on Empire Street is 280! floor plan but with three bed- --- ALLOWANCE 5.00--- ITY
days. The contract calls for. the rooms to an apartment will be CREIrDIT" LIMIT r .00 u-
completion of 75 houses at Co= built at Corozal. All of these
t'rozal within 310 days, 26 others buildings will be two-s t or y
t within 400 days, and completion structures.
-of the entire project within 460 The rough grading of the Co-
rtlays. rozal residential area is now ..
Most of the houses to be built nearing completion. The work
under the 1953 program will be is being dqne by the Engineer-
masonry structures. All but one ing and Construction Bureau *
forces and is scheduled for com- I
pletion by February 15. The work 1O -2e
is sufficiently advanced for the l a
Secr ary Of Sate building contractor to begin
wAcheson Looks Bac ork immediately and a large
c SO oks Bak number of building sites are al- "The way traffic is snarled up these days, a fellow might
Th*ready completract with Macco- ed.as well walk to work as wait for a bus!"
"'0' Y ar' eri The++ contract with Macco- , ALLN OO0 Flower Fan .'"'+'/''+=
On Y rs er c Panpacific provides for the in- _ __ _:O__ _oer__n,
A H TN J. i stallation of streets and muni- . "."
++" WAHNOO, m 1 UPcipal facilities. 'P 0"] CBS, -U ,.' "
secretary of State7 Dean The Empire Street area is be- REPUBLIQUT hYAPAIE S'ING'S IZ10 n Na
ceson ofted back today on ing rapidly cleared of the old ANDiD OIY
four years of "tumultuous... but buildings which were sold last I WH AT A1SjrELT Acr...SOM
rarely dull" service as this coun- month. A moderate amount of TOE B ON NO
try's top diplomat and reported grading will be required along THE .
the free world has made great' Empire Street. Most of this will
inepell t ng mn"tlbe fill-work to bring the west
r gre r Commu i sde of the street up to a high-
oAwLiessuon. r 's"L"
Noting that the "travail" of er grade.
a olhie h is passing to other The contract for the Empire
haiids, Acheson, storm center Street work also provides for the
i 'ninasy a controversy, told installation of municipal facili- j
rWouen at a farewell 'Unews ties and the construction of ai
Sconfersenace that pRarlnting is ort streetrjoining Empire and .



confernct, esptha stb"'artingis ms dfo n rnln n1,Caeueerans M FtB 4
such sweet sorrow'." C roton Streets.



exlan,. .eplnngtospndstinotoa eath. ixpod
HIealso urged the overflowing Mother, 25, Leaves .e



crowd to shav nygod, e wsillta 'nh saeuto oime
for hisT successor, Johno Foster iro Le r e To_ -- ..' A s,
' Dulles. p ho will take over next: roLun g T ..Give rib .on .N'
.C"Tuesda' v, ith the inauguradon!' irth To BoyB by POSTAL ART "GALLERY"-Any Frenchman with 18 francs BOOTS AND BUDDIJS That's Dite- *. *
of Prllnt-elect Eisenhower. to spare can now own a reproduction of a genuine Maurice Utrillo
Reporting on the free world's painting.' The French modernist created the design, above, for a O nd aI"ed S'*cOMI meMo.usl* n int f' .M E b i"
efforts to thwart communism, NEW YORK, Jan. 17 I(UP) new French stamp. The design represents the entrance gate to the
Acheson said the North Atlantic, A 25-year-old woman was re- CwIhte d erese
community, despite setbacks, ismoved from an iron lung in o IChateau do Versailles. IN 0 W1 O
going forward not backward, Brooklyn hospital for 50 minutes
America's allies in Europe, he today to give birth, by Caesarian
explained, are planning to spend.section, to a healthy, six pound.
more than $1000,000,000 more nine and a half ounce son.


nitg. Thnfiedtcounlunryo'theestroength.U
in 1953 for defense than in Mrs. Dorothy Barry has been
u I r'ow, he. sal that months as a result of poliomye-
e 'ATO nations hve made f ies She was returned to the
e a great progress economl-h iron lung with t wo blue ribbons
rally. militarily, and politically. tied to her curls after the re-
Acheson. visibly grayer and gained consciousness otnd saw .,ooh4 .
more lined than when he toola ..er baby. "
Office. said "this is the end,
and is to be taken as such."
i ]Hr. praised the administra- CFAC
tions man' plans on Western _0_ ----A=,---
unity. This country's strength,
Ihe ac-lird. has attracted strong h C I A T NC"mES
and ihl,, k paramount In the Q k T H C N D A H S YAZE5*.... .
prcu cynt 0trrntiona mit i hb nUi..Fou
Wh1lt EhEiope's defense forces Don t let Itching E.zema, peu10S
areno a.i 2reat a mgh b -nworn,. Blackheads. Ace. rae fn ii llwoo
ds. Foot Ich mOt (Ajip flwa C
wished. |i. -said, the defenseA Foot Ahlete' Foot (Alipr y
sy t d y Is v r other blem ish es disfigure your Mikn ,1
System todai is ver, sizeable and embarrasE you another day without "a r Old !TO TOLON DOCK.
Such defenses hardly existed trying Nixoderm. This great medicine
five years ago. Acheson pointed combats the germ@ and parasites whi k
often are the real cause of akin troubI...
OUt Tnat It why Nixoderm ho quickly make
Acheson and his wife plan 10o!our akin sort clear, smooth and at
,akcanexte ndehdsvwcaetion in tractive. aet Nixoderm from your drug.-
I tak- an extended vacationon in st today--ee how munh better yow
the West Indies when he leaves ;ef too-- and feelr tomorrow.
of fice.











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0011 hold their regular month-
yMA ly luncheon Reeting on .T1s-
etArbe- a i O Onktera Ceh ,at
S_ was luno heon the
S U r willU conducted
rep tour of the Museum in
O. Wter i ,the
M. aatn e mm and will be assisted
at by Mrs. A. H. Clark, Jr., Mrs.'

SFal'rg ^. P. McLean.
eg. Ox of relgn IAWC Toe Pien At Lerene
ume d s V e "."The Inter-American Women's
6f1t otA-el wB hogs. Club will hold a picnic at Fors
pt al, a M f N r given Sau Loreaso next Saturday.
1er bhaer.bS o.!a ROMua on qbus pl lannbg to attend
Wodnelyevesa l.. S t ike a reminded to bring a picnic
wives eoffl Offials et the lunch. The group- w meet at
Cinal ZId- e Cwno the O iW Clubs BHeaiuarters on
, ^ar l a4hdwt to Pa, halerr Road at 0:0 a.m.
,, .:< rM *
S-;M- 3 ge TeurusWint Menday
', a .--:'-7 regular weekly bridge
...aament will be held on
T.o at 7:00 .a.he
Burto of the Hotel Ttvo-
rid enthusiasts are

1 aee Spring Festival January 31
I, In T4e turd annual pr 1 g
9.f edral of Festival sponsored by the &-
Sthiral of St. Luke will be
r Ooden ar. held Saturday Janua 91,
O ew ecnahtly at Mor: n's ariens at Mira-
by a e aIn florea. h Festaval will open
foral a here. 10:00 a.m. and will cdontnue
S until after dark. Many activi-
14 La y To Be hnoeamed tS are planned for the en-
At sert ,tetainment of those attending.
?)iS., f p h -Z- ----t**
M. B it m will be a itpeller Club
at6a de iefrta to1eettUn *
P, at *4he T PoBr Club.wIllU Meet
S Nelly do Tuea Jnuay bqad
ber and theiw '.r meet
isr Ani e aat*sthe Stn l t 6:00
.n. At jmM p.m.
...TIM,,f Di lMBla- Guests o h.noi .or. the
tor of t I AniBbal meetIang -be W .- O.W -m r
Blo sd. were the of the. C a., a .
of hQ .st' hlucheon 0ybkd ad thel tOsiMandit
ve rec l farewell by of the ftenth Naval trct,
dr.n Mr. Juan R. Morales. Adiral Albert IL. Bledoe,
-.'Far Tower Club To Sold
TIhe TOWer Club of the Ca-
thedral of at. Luke In Ancon
old their regular month.
nne .n "Monda


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orQw M.r your o0o and
SWly. enaloamenlt?
added something to your
not Just for looks or as a
saver, but for the enjoy.
f the family?
+, lee paouiething for a
i tof th-fact that
Sll Iconvenient to
"... one call
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a- g 'yonM wre out of
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-...icers.at DAR. t.

At l ldry '
ontly meeting of the
S AUXllary of the
c.. .O ij r Savtour a
ht day at the ch
with J. O'ulllvan
Dllatel to the An ntal
AutUa l Federation in Anron
w led. They are: Mr .
Milton oolkon, Mrs. OOp
ngeldke, Mrs. Herbert Engtlle,
Mrs. B. D. Maynard and Mr.
O'SullivaUTn.
Ti committee was named
to have charge of the World
Day of Pr Mrs. O'Sill-
van, M rs aner Peterson,
M. Clinton Morse Mrs. Ma-
thIld Ne~ley, and Mr. .I W.
Below, Jr., will be In charge
of the program. Thi annual
evet takes place on. Februa-
PiMa were made for a Church
Fe tAll held Arnil 11

art Of t proliro am :ot:e
afteoon. andI arra nged ': way-
enger hunt around "W h at
Word Mean To You," Musi
the dlffeftnit meaning of terms
frohm the time of King James
to now. A prize was won by
Mrs. George Engelke for Iden-
tying correctly the different
artclL In the church by, the
lerm" given.
Mrs. e. A. Cox and Mr. Her-
bert fsngelke served refresh-
ments following the meeting.

RUTH MILLETT Says...

How long since-
You've bought a new cook
boot, or tried some of the new
recipes women are forever cpp-
ping -put of newa pera. and
magazines and tucking away to
use ".some day"?'
Yqu've made the fir* moave
toward friendship with- -new-
comer- to your town. or. neigh-
borhood?
iYou've, decided to rejuvenate
a room, spending more energy
than money on the project?
You've felt really caught up
with all the entertaining you
know you should do?
You've had a session with yuor
mirror, trying ,to figure out just
what you could do to improve
your .1


Rev. Ackers' First

Eucharist Tomorrow

At St. Peter's
Another priest to celebrate
his first eucharist at St. Peter's
church, La Boca, is the Rev.
Nolan 0. Akers, who was or-
dained to priesthood this morn-
ing by Bishop' Reginald H.
Gooden.
Rev. Akers will officiate to-
morrow at t a.m. at the choral
communion", in which he will be
assisted by Rev. John S. McDuf.
fie, priest in change. The Ven-
erable John H. Townsend will
deliver the -sermon as guest
preacher
Morning prayer and church
school fhl'ow at 10 a.m, and
beginning 7:30 p.m. will be ves-
pers with sermon by Father
McDuffle.
Members of the church com-
mittee for this year are Ken-
neth Bowen, Ernest Estwick,
Christopher Haywood, Arnold
Bosten, Heir-rt L. Moore, Karl
L. Harris. Victor T. Smith,
Roderick Winter and Ivan ER
Haywood. All were re-elected
at the annual members meet-
iqg except the last, who suc-
ceeds Ira McBarnette.
Elected as delegates to t h e
33rd district convocation were
Karl L. Harris, Ivan E Hay-
wood and Herbert L. Moore,
alternates being Christoph.t
Hkywood, Arnold Hosten. 4n
Victor T. Smith.
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We-make loans with guarantees on first mortgages
or other securities.


CHRISTMAS SAVINGS

25c. 50c.- $1.00 and $5.00

d "'Its are accepted thru a period
of48"i ks.

Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry and
documents, in 4 different a es .
-. FOIE IN PANAMA: COLON BItANCi:
--,,iR IOstral Ave. at Front St. at coner
S: eeaer of "I Street. of 7th St.

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2TL VI. P. COMPANY HONORS
DEP SARa OFFICER
The effieers of the 20th Military Police Company, of Fort
GOuiek, entertalnei with cocktails and a dinner party at the
Port Galiek Officers Club Thursday evening to compliment
Captain and Mrs. Charlie Richardson, who are leaving next
.week.


Captain Richardson will re-
port for duty with the Far
,ltern Command in March.
Those present with the hon-
orees were: Major and Mrs.
William F. Gerard, Chaplain
(Captain) and Mrs. James He-
mann Captain Archer C Col-
ler, Lieutenant and Mrs.
Charles Swim, Lieutenant and
Mrs. William Clark and Lieu-
tenant and Mrs. Donald Kurz.
Lt. CominaUder and Mrs.
Applequist Hnored On
Wedding Anniversary
Commander and Mrs. Davis
Henderson entertained with a
dinner paity at their home
Thursday evening to honor
Lieutenant Commander and
Mrs. T. L. Applequist on their
ninth wedding anniversary.
The other guests were: Cap-
tain and Mrs. L. L. Koepke,
Comm ader and Mrs. J. A.
Pease, Lieutenant Commander
end Mrs V. W. Adler and
Lieutenant and Mrs. Roy Niel-
sen.
Atlantic Side Group
Attends Reception
A group of members of the
Episcopal Church from the
Gold Coast crossed the Isth-
mus Thursday to attend the
lawn party and reception
given in Ancon by Bishop and
Mrs. R. Heber Gooden to hon.
or their houseguest, Bishop
Gooden's father, the Right Rev.
Robert B. Gooden, retired Bish-
op of Los Angeles.
Among those attending were:
Reverend and Mrs Milton A.
Oookson, Reverend and Mr s.
Mainert Peterson, Raw-erend
and Mrs. Arnold C. Waldock
and their guest, Miss Marian
Cullen, et fssex. England, Mr.
and Mrs. Herbert 0. Engelke,
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Bigelow,
Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Harold White,
Mrs. C. J. O'Sullivan, Mrs. E.
W. Millspaugh.
St. Mary's Alumns
Annual Banquet
The St. Mary's Alumnae will
have their annual banquet at
the Stranger's Club Thursday,
January 22 at 7:00 p.m. A l
members who are interested In
attending are requested to
make reservations by the 19th
by calling Miss Josefina Correa
at the Academy or Miss Mary
it at Psizer Inter-Ameri-
can.


Group Classes.

To Begin Monday

At FtL Clayto n

An eligt-week sesmlon group
study classes is scheduled-to be-
gin at Fort Clayton Education
Center, Monday. Registration for
the courses Is being conducted
during this week.
Classes will be held at Fort
Clayton Education Center,
Building 214, from 7 to.9 p.m.
on Monday and Thursday of
each week.
Courses to be offered Intidde:
basic mathmiuatfcs; high school
English grammarr beginning and
intermediate spoken Banlish;
beginner's. typing; beginner's
short hand and a practical
course in radio maintenance and
servicing.
There is no charge to military
personnel wishing to take the
courses. Military dependents are
invited to attend on a space a-
vallable oasi. -
Qualified teachers from local
high schools will Instruct.

ough house-cleaning, trying to
weed out as many non-essentials
as possible to leave more time
foX the things you know are Im-
po.tant?
If the answer to several of
those questions Is "too ng" -
you an always d one otthose
,th1ge today.
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Change .01 Addresses
Lieutenant Colonel and Mrs
George Sewell have m o v e c
from Fort Oulick to Fort Day.
Is, and arc occupying th(
Quarters vacated by Major and
s. Woodrow Jones.
Major and Mrs. Jones have
moved to Fort Kobbe.
Squadron Gives Bon Voyage
Cocktail Party
A no-host cocktail party was
given by the officers and their
ladles 9f Squadron VP-54 tc
honor several departing offi.
cers and their ladies. The hon.
orees were: Lieutenant an.d
Mrs. L. A. Snead, Lieutenant
) and Mrs. R. GR.'I. ornik an
Lieutenant (Jg) and Mrs. 0. W
Dittmarr ",
Seventy members of t h
Squadron and their ladles at-
tended
The Sneads are going to Cor-
pus Christi, for duty; the Gor.
niks are Assigned to Jackson-
ville ana the Dittmans to Pen.
sacola.
Regimental Offlicers Wives
Meet At Fort Sherman
The 370th- Regimental Offi-
cers Wives met Thursday at
the Fort Sherman Officers
Club for their monthly, get-
together.
Mrs. Howard Duffield was
chairman of the hostess com-
mittee with the Special Unit
ladies as hostesses.
Mrs. Howard Patterson and
Mrs. Robert Chourret alter-
nated at the punch bowl.
. Over forty ladies attended
and enjoyed a social afternoon
of games, cards and sewing.
Visitors at Santa Clara
Miss Fern Horine, Miss Ca-
therine McCarthy, Mrs. Louis
Kaufer and Mr. and Mrs. G. C
Horine drove to Santa Clara
for a visit of a few days dur.
Ing the past week.


Atlantic Camera Clb
Atlantic Camera
held at 7:0O p.m. Monday
the Inter-American Wome
Club Building.
The color slide codimest
feature calendar slides. An
teresting fEature of the
Sing win be movies s hqw
through the courtesy of
Pan-American Airlines.
A report will be given ont
December Photographic 8oe
of America Contest.
This will be the first meu
ing with the new oftcer
siding. Mr. Henry T. ME
zie, president, will occupy I
chair. The color division
r gram will be under the
chairmanship of Mrs.
" Belland and Mr. Richard vs&
er.
SMiss Lukens
Arriving From Philadelphia
Miss Margaret Lukezt 4.
Philadelphia, Pa., arrived Stri
e visit with her sister and broM
er-in-law. Lieu ten ant t
Mrs. J. F Barlow of the C'
Solo Naval Station.



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Are you a Unitarian

without knowing it?

1. Do you believe the Bible to be an Inspiring reliWaI
document rather than the literal "word of Od*'
2. Do 'you believe that man isl ot ommpdemc.d.'jg
doctrine of "original sin," but Is inherently i p
of Improvement?
3. Do you believe the development of character to be'
more important than the accepting of religlous7
creeds?
4. Do you believe, the purpose of religion Is to helW
us live this life nobly and constructively, rather
than to emphasize the preparation for an after'
existence?
The Unitarian answers are affirmative. Join with
other religious liberals who insist upon individual
freedom of belief and use of reason in religion. c,

WE INVITE YOU TO JOIN OUR SERVICE OF.
WORSHIP this Sunday morning at'10:30 at the
J. W. B. Armed Forces Center, La Boca Road, Bal.
boa; or Sunday evening at 7:45 at the Margaritew
Gym.
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Coronation year

Sail to England.-...

March 27...





UINiQ OF*THEFAMOUS



This once. this year. the Empress
of Scotland sails from New York TRIIFT-SiASON RATB1
to Lverpool. It's March 27th! New York to Liverpeo
You arrive when England is gay PFSIRT CA, MOM... .
for the coronation . when Eu-, Tesemt, Mo ..... su6
rope is "a-Maying!"- M a .-. b I. -1i
And your going is While Empress!
SSeven play-or-laze days smoothed by famous Canadian Pacif
service. Spacious rooms, nearly all outisde! Fun schedule of dances,
movies, pool and deck sports. Choice cuisine. Going? .. go
Empress! In February and March, see this famous ship when she
stops here during dp cruise season.






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Bense the eduested chimp passes a college entrance examination
and bemesi a football star, to the delight of Gigi Perreau, Mau-
reen O'Sullivan and Edmund Gwena, in Universal-International's
riotous comedy, "Bonse Goes to College," great week-end release
whichlopens f~day at "Drive-In" Theater.


Cvlstobal star .tr l
ects Offemps
Th r t of the
OriJ balt. *9 ub las held
Thursday -veng at the home
of Mrs. Lorey Wray, of Colon
beach, with Mrs. Margaret
Crne al co-hoettess.
Mrs. ga Roe, acting presi-
dent presided at the meeting
and election of officers. Those
elected by a unanimous ballot
were: president- Mrs. Aurelia
Hadarlts vice-president-- Mrs.
Hilda &arrold, secretary-trea-
surer- Mrs. Dorothy H. Facer,
Merchandise chairman Mrs.
Son voyage was said to Mrs.
Lola Derrmck, who Is leaving
to reside in the States. She was
presented a silver souvenir Star
spoon.
The little white elephant
prize was won by Mrs. Derrick
and the big elephant prize by
Mrs. Phyllis Turner.
Following the meeting a so-
cial evening of games was en-
joyed with the prices being won
by Mrs. Jeannie Roder and Mrs.
Ruth Perkins.
The next meeting of the
Club will be held February 19
at the home of Mrs. Gladys
Conley with Mrs. Minnie
Rudge and Mrs. Peggy Sinith
as c-hostesses.
The other ladies present at
the meeting Were: Mrs. John
Muller, Mrs. George Coleman,
Mrs. Alice Burkle, Mrs. Myr-
tle Souder, Mrs. Merle 8. Has-
tings, Mrs. Ovida Turner, Mrs.
Florence Denmo, Mrs Cather-
ine Joudrey, Mrs. Clara Cham-
bers, Mrs. Vera Davison, Miss
Grace Williams, Mrs. Allene
Dills and Mrs. Eleanor Tomlin.
Departures
Mrs. Z. Z. Zizz, of 0atu n,
sailed Friday for New York, en
route to her home in Breter-
ton, Washington. She will' be
Joined at a later date by her
husband.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bldstrtp
sailed on the "Cristobal" Fri-
day. They are en route to Mis-
souri to make theih nme, and
will visit in New Jersey. Mr.
Bidstrup has reelgned as fore,
man witb UW Terma Divi.
slon.

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You Sell'em...When You Tell 'em thru P.A. C issfieds" '
ILeave you, Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street --- Panama ., ,
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n NEW YORK am., 17 (UP)- .pe**,a-,nv! *e
Two and possibly three 0 e tonight at
S late President Roosuelt'Sgid, tl l be shown on .
SLewis Service Salon de Belieza Americano Carlton Drai Sie children were atkiekin with InaS. next week.
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291.. andNo 55 West 12th Street 10.069 Mel6ndw Ave.-Phone 255 Col6n fantlle para la At ae Aerna t 1
their grandmotngfl X"1- ra E. U Qurwit, 'who '01
P o and: S U bhomre, their plJ ,Mr. sAd oe 1 ti f otour- Wt to.
n Propaganda, SA. L 12 d John Rooeyet ve te movies
Morrison's Agenda Internacioral de Publicaciones "'H" street comer URtudante St. Ml I word. vead. e .e lly air to MI- T
SF'ourth of Julv Ave.--Phone 2-0441 No 3 Loterv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phones 2-t214 and 2-2798 3c. ch tMtiOnaiword. I vreo ede 1 oia fr .0c aV d flIa -
,oth longuoges ,ndispense ,uHave, 12, 1. 0. -ha5 andama, ,i T e annotl~tceme
Sthe disease, their rete A. Budy Vale Vwle 4 fttaIn dur- fr tb'
The annouthcemeflt w9 ilaide wi -s do bk. I I. Isthi only Inratiouc
RESORTS a'e:iALI.d .I in connection with the ou Iemt' O ,ipht' iThere
FOR SALE FOR SALE- M tISCELLAINEOUS RESORTS V Mit AL d by Prait t Roide l ot ad tt duri dil id i
Hts*wlI~lhl 4lleInhin ..l b yee h.a vakUe irmbs em Casino Santa Clara Dance music by hImTlf rNdpplAdL Ibu eont to aa the aa red6 0=to aped
S Emohcgny double FOR SALE e S 20315 A C. Zcessary. Saturday and Sunday. itn "a E queoto9,m. a tstU .C is 1. -
sed, Hollywood style. 5611-A1 88, 4-door sed on. Low ileage.Eua, S. 33. SY at Hol Pn Aicn e to t Rooevlt said younger fsvitle. Februa Au Prtesuably he wl
i'diablo. %e-e 5 For Ctom.tw Just around the corner of "J" St.. Cool Beautiful El Vaoile. And beatifV cncret daughter, Bally, 6, also mny have ne and a will Makewi la advlEe |<-
SALE: -WEntire h &Ouseh olda es e w Lom pre a dan o 1 0n s anto Ceara b aoch- bu... .l. ding m i eln-u f d iaer oaed aT ln eld da. A t enm" ....l.~o ed OR Sooh -ldea

sole IRadio. Call 3 3cPona. e 4. CPCol EXCURSIONS. BuI. W C a id both le -i allw ce a tnnbrrito.
RSALE-2teer daybeds nFOR SAa ooNAMA TO MXCO Housae ON lhACH Santo Clara. Dcore and dble a ti a t. b d on h To-ot ehapiong Mar ad
mattresses, exchange 25 cycle re co ndition. Call Albmilesrook 7148 r one y $85 round trip 13 15 Also Crro Com n Shr el's waterproof ati s right leg, t asia 'oas d. Iell will ive a demonstra
jrigerator for 60 cycle. Cristobal, my be seen o Quarters 324-A, dy-imi $169.00. good one e a;. leo C o 1389. Ask fore deucrptive folder Another R ndCild. Moto
3-2311. Albrook v ____ernd rado 40 A S. one w.m49ae and color chart Orurti hu e. on o f t t th dance will b
Six Pece ri tur dresser FOR SALE. -Pockard Sedan, duty 15. round trip $252.35. 90 dV- PHILLIPS Oceansd Cottags. T, h le the late M' d r r, l
t.dinnette, bu1 nier, aus paid, radio A- condition, new lmit. Po namo Dispoatch Service op nly court in Sant a C- lara with an G O I .
le adi. kitchen table. Ca toures. uan Pucci, phone 41 or 198. poste Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama Oeanvew from o cottages. teps Ave. 1 when affeteer ght d.natnal
honest 3 0Fo lon. 2-1655. to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration, 3-0149. B e also mab6o PSS

r ri t pS t eg u e. api both. oo ,Cda Bos W05 Tora t ao2 itor.
S SALE:25 cf c e WeHousessONtheIIIACH, SanLuewithradioeandsatcoversmainroadandinfronofthe ama3-n7FOMarAarita 3nCloraabout poio- Decorative and durable 0- h ra and






^3 yeors Wapguarantee. Also beautiful 4 n Im read for picnic.- Ls oi acooltres es. Wolias 2 ro Crait ain l onao fi ln 1 .
smchogany buffet and dining table FOR SALE: 1949 Croslby Station can admire her pottery and bates Rockaas rangers Balboa 2-3050 se la n bS W
A=~~-Nte o i f frigeratOrclfoitiok o O N E ES. oe s, you toges. 2 r a, 60cycle. C t my Ee lor E day-limit).$169.00 good on year; Balboa 1389. for desrtvefoldernother R mlt n ld, IO


231and amp. Call 6-428 or I -O4-B, Wagon with radio. Price $35- r0toa n trip_ ._yL o Except week-eondCs *Bt h u Be ai t l Mr 1t uiord as wil b
Gombo. Call 2-2875, resi dednce 1402-B n Ve and lrti' r dean oft
-QMebds $10.00 Carr St., Balboa, REPAIR. & REFINISH bamboo fumri- - -HERE$" tland are responsible fora WASHINGTON, JbI 17 fUP) lumbisa lawp meo o
AL e 544 Ancone hone R SALE:-1951.Plyse, guaranty nd oneiT oi.n FOR nRENT cso nn tpts yh nt en n ta he a e
r SALE-Refrigertor 25 cyc le 600.00. Cash. Phone Fr. Clayton my." Ttt with a fo al lo r
,To ingleor fans. el4Six beetw. 4 d-31-b p n S t.nd a flood of l t t *
igtd.hone 5- 0 oOR ,AL AlAM APAeTMo.sA iriUports SeXter.. A. Wnsy Vr rejintd'fin 7le
Di.blo Heights Phone 2 2520 d fiv room ...eu,..mltuished .nd a.. ttl. toprivate aTn dft-ddaniB
IALonMahtny dining WeF ANTED: -- Se9crtary station Me ede her uottury ubfurneshed aoprtments; private e*g 8hIppirinr o a Tiea 75-year-a wo wont
memtln amorm. Name Ttpvet l4td '
SALE:-M2aho o W -.ing WANTE -Se radio racer mio enclosed gard enft.-ds. 8061. l 1O0 Strt We o o. 40 o n e a
o. ,i-l or by pieces, washing ma- for Spanpsh and English. Write: R. FOR SALEtn:-Kroeger Pianos $200. New CrBstobol. Tele4hne Coln reor ove eoeaeore Ie .t



Underwood No. 5 stoVe i. ., Box 134, Panam, R. de Sm Upright. Exceent tone. Ir tMy. *aingiianycia. h n hatan he ar bm w ith '
Mnglc pChef ou ndo eor untuo. Boh languages indispen s. use No. 059A, Ancony, 25. I. lNP-bro nN/ s h P ane. a Vincent d. f Holy obt Atte
hne anm 253or Education, experience w you, too can afford TOUR ed oporment fo 2 or 3 months. i Name 8olettWl a va- shott, iale resol a a- ohn. Whln geSt
SALE Kelvintor 9.2 cubc ft words per mnue age, references IN UROP 29 glorious dys, six Tel. 3-0697 t Pt tlub the l Kn l r the "
iA- 1. $50.00. Zenith radio and and slaory desired. countries, hotels, meals and sight- -_----- .it "Ros 0 .t te o 3 5 0.r db i2n t the'n. Wo B Mid to- "th eM' fld I tStelW.
record player with records 50.00 WANTED-By foreign Exort Firm seeing, only $370.00. Trnspor-l W featuring 11 tnt al nn" e h
.oys bicycle 6-8 yrs, one year old LADY SECRETARY for corres- station to and- from Europe extr. FOR RENT .I W etlo tae l a I O

t icycle, $15.00, dining table, $8.- preferably also Spanish other Ion- ---- FOR FNT:-For bachelor, furnished 31 AUTOMOBILE ROW. lic for the first Uae.
5And record player, 540.0, silver W OFFER: Permaonent position family U house 45 St. No. 35. Bello Yp can depend e it nied by Ketneth Adam, will
ted trumpet $30.0. Federic with good salary and possibilities. Real Estat e' V nst. Phone 3-4931. i g a n lumberW f og.
SSALE-rne 11 c. f. Frigidaire, abroad preferred. Send youre Wp pe ople. Two stories, best Beila Vis- che loor.V TrEspafioa. b Housebrl Vil lo l-dnEw 3 dJ .

SGas Stove -1 HotWater 1903, Pnam P unusually free from dampness. DEALERS NEW AN
lianinous house item, all in B 1 S ON S stairs. Produces reit. 8th St. Co. r.ed couple without children. C all A ol ne t
o; co. ndition. Cl i op rtment No| l af 3. n .F45 No. 46, upstairs, BellR Vista. '
rAltomiran Anopartee No 0 .e TEENAGe BOYS; learn grace Poisen FOR SALE:-Santa ClarO hordme, large R RENT:-o.. r m, fn k i tchen, a. v l IM
bloom etiquette along with Fox bedrooms, large closets. Tile both San Fernando Hospital, Fourth cl thM
wo ALE-9 F. Westin house re fta t. Swing and Rumba. $20.00 for and tip floors throughout. Ca r- house, left hand, 390-A, Crras-







refrigerator, 25 cycle. Good con- 3 months course J. 21, Wed- port 20 f. frontage. Fenced. Fully qu la 25.00 iW. W,
dtion. 531-D. h Cocoll. $1 25_.00. nesday 5 p. m. Balboa 'Y'. Hornet furnished Inquire an No. 3. Calle
"Postio O tfered returns to | Tn ." -'







h SALE-Moplye dirresser with draw- hico, Santo Clara or call Cristo- S T t4a rIn







er aond mirror. Choop. House 598 FOR AsA'dLE bal 3-1676 Burk eP. FOR RENT e Coo er. Ti Ae.o i t t C .
o, hio. Anecon. Telephone Balboa W ihA rPors on G c FOR SALE :-Excellent Opportunity: e tin r of a parked ear. Police
Cefn a n d othon. C l 3-2 0.00. P' Both dulang a e indipen ab poust lNo.m 60, 00 sC St.V | typist for E g ih Te. 2-1 ,-/ain ceia n t, d e # "I,$ Hu b ert A" ".f' -' ",h














hen a nte orr S is-Two bedroom house, 869 square NT:-ocIIhlr o furn ie Nev leJ. O an
WAuc TE D plov i m 9.02shbftlFandSS3&theRENT:-LS fr cstastte ett 1114re th tu
cc.un350,pay, v C Oentral Mecnhtah p Sonical ShTenth toetNa. 33, sebA. Morales Aenu Nood ho5.4 el a we







, A-4,15. 5564-F, nDiabloun .onsden e d Ainvcont an d nuelt. San rancic odn o a Moe a loe "El CFOn RE NTciitaetiSn..- ---'-1
ANEO TO BUY: Used tires e o t e FOR SALE-Sant o Clare beach front Panama. Fr ilnIormaiili tnt p A a ne
SA table for recon dit on CO.ire erond fr En oplersTityl trige bertg ardwu. Paln a mas3rhlo2 ogHoeKI nis away. PAIRS-. .ll,, an.. p
e Peru Avenue. Teles phone 2-0406 specti reesan oon of house contact ownerrwde Trach. od 1AUTOMOBE Wi r e f s .
b i n th e s o oa c S a on ta Cse d t. F ro n e sn t5 to rAp r iw t bG E d g ara.g e i.. ..-M its sS.l i O aW a ft e o a
f rnsed opame, t boe r oms ierW ster1 ER Pn e mar het adt on usual freoerdEsm. 35el Y rsctAustm 2at othBdyy KUN CtUTm ,








mated thlru ie An30.0icon with g o slnext ayo at the Ame-i owner eVisaPhn 3-9.Mg n ae fit eet. a" g"
ieo. 1 w Pmont h maxinmu I- T2 00nstei e t w th rsonnw- ualhMe ngo ladN-Furnished romrb poot offi eE V Un, MR t o 8o o *b









pat ienice hba in workd mado FOR SALE:-Cottage, hoAs for WTad FOR REN T h will tell Cla
A LE:-O Th4,tb deroihouse opeotil floors T Rock Gsor stove. Furni- ..1 .









apartment with servants quarters The program will begin at d ture, Call 4-288. Nesgalm. 3AT1 13oud s 'eriojHoi&mobile `, .
ar American family permanentlyN m. wo ith reports on Grl scouts FOR SALEc -n ome, a.. 2 "Seda, '.d tie a A e ami .
in Panama. Call 3-2144. f fans during the past year.c p orch, Hoo se, 2-ber ooms,. Fliet sve e t, gfretod Lo"
'a fa"r16 vnrleomFo6 ,u0nc0e0nd lbth r sqs. F i Cai. For sale aot n i ir
r elo Wa s nted club at foorT and w. $be follow. 2andus tle froasthmPaamne. ri h o t I
1,ed by report by Mar.y Patton Box 1617, Panama. 40 Co..
WANTED:-Mahd to ive in, General Keinnedy0 Girl Scout executive'
housework, cre child. oReferpces ot the recent conference ofJ









Sturdy and Sundy. 1-65-C, dulin Girl Scouting which FUn
1oden St.____ oshe attended in New York City
S Luke's Starts wiw llottoS Dun.i ,rFoo b rrT o o
'goORlon Prog ra nTEEAov sNT A nco&N. sx











BORdSu;Alearn'ngrrgra5Burial of the Cla rote Lydia NreF- 1th Ave.i
1 O r Er o e. Registered Girl Scout adults ailett, a resident of Rio A b who
Christian education pro reservation oans for nthre annualHospital, will be held tomoribrowt: n ernds ele b tn e:'
am for children and adults will meeting are asked to contact afternoon at sthoe Pueblo Nuevo
erunder way tomorrow morn their neighborhood chairman cemetery, it was announced to- nFOR ELl.t tr











3am the chrch 1 cho no n$ orl to isndo their nalb s to the day. AInqire.t NoA32,ELhA

and what is Confirmation." 2 v m. V SLA. ''. LA i, 'u Q.SP11
D Rev.T Baldwin will give rOSantClra cro- White Rose Club ..
ions to thle children n every Miss Neblett is survived by h7rerr m r .'"
rad mor.i P between 9:30 2-00Rg Friends mother, Mrs. Mory Nebloeott: hn P ER N
S10:30. he CaZedaughter. Normar; sisuters. LII-'get).JoeMCIri
t lasses a oduced v To A nniver r ,et a n.e MOlSeterand. Namices b otrh Apt.O .T. ',-. R- .. ...cioM
-, elSuna y ai t 4:3 C n nri te op .nal Mr lrpost ofice .E t M ora l No .4


rlid room The classes are avail- . ....... .-'a.. .... .a. ,
Ale to all.who are not confirm- Th-. White Rose Social and
Dancing Club of Gamboa started *
-suinR invitations today to its Here is the buy. 195M Bab
Gummed-I p Job I14th anniversary ball. to be held Super. 4-door edan. br | ..
COLLrIBUS. O 'UP The in the Paralso auditorium on iY useod. need m A
eworkin. burglar who went .April 18.. set covers alm.
0t lot of trouble Io break Into away. easy aey a yts.
;e andy tore here aot one cent Invitations are beinR issued to sale at \ .
his efforts. and that came friends and members of other SMOOT HUNNICUTT. S.A. I ' ' i
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.Ms O4:a g1a ,|t S a55 aJlm tlon has been the subject of a' stands beside the "Flying Bask
u a d a rIla Aml IZ.Mo. running fight between Congress piloted. The Flying Basket's bo
U u M : .. When had wa ulayapd the White Hos or bamboo
d, South en to be a con- and played a major role In the whether local products could be
S r fiedov er. Hhad ade presidential campan n plane construction. The proj
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Holy Wad-* a The ticklish tidelands ui quebo oLYth tYs oHfiiy Me.l

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C.AsNhole e Sayl adSou hmsebt playing to b e r Louis ana and Florida nto the o
ame ora tie meand tor l ess than a slam. presidential campaign.



sA ....at.....,* thv.eit t 14 tathe CUTICURA TA
~~~~? Rathe oilto o igohts b e h &re u 6n Eisenhower said he "avond
0 = L ed I Ps e ther,and you are now lay in ch lands. L t I t
eMir .. Mea.. osw 0no... hen-* qu`rvetioduy in oedphe sehad kt this state ownership of tr man ht
Sreso i th the oking of diamonds, meed lads ad te vetoe nd hleis atios on
CUBJfc lSs masi w hi t is now up to you td plan the the states title to the lands.T
ZSa. lrn aoa s asss a U2r et of th is hand. How would 8 dit, a tr leglat in now t
l i v. .. ia you go about it? being prepared In the new Re- am c t ma
s a C B 5publican-controlled ConreDemocr. atic Custite of Tec
asot erm. 41 1,o. gr Hi mc ouldn't
5mo ..0tD You begin by playing down Stha Mr. Truman's forida into the obet,
.St'aidrj acofr um.an c o wil not be ..dlrn. 44 hadw Wra rat.So ot
... ... : :yuo And Stations uik b tohyoes piay. he t s offince. ant ,tono p rta
Sc re play is tor lead a low fsr s that he might deter c. y toda.olu
a" Ju..st .. your Ys uhiand. East wins and re- h reversal by label t rlthed
l a' *s w .... :...::..W with thp king of hearts. Now tal to national security. la---
Ssae d ... f ..... t you iead th e queen of clubs and tMr. Tiat tane whuLl rerd to
Su U l un~ I^ W....p .:.......:5 *.....*.......*. o overtake with dumty's kint, be in a relaxed ant mellow
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ib a OCA .. When tbe queen of spades ferences. e advised the report
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a, mp. f San S Sg IS..OT n" am B e. ....... ws lay down the ace of ades be- people objects dev
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bklf, Ar, YOU begin bp y lay in perfectly safe tumif otnhhwer recneet nsy toldm
40 : FrdayName each o rupponent h three spades. orderHugh Baill i not be bidingof the
ro, At the' the fo tur spiders a the Mrknown howTru on he il hoped
si .10:3.rAn6lay is to lead a low tath from wnes that he might deter any





ge .... .. same defe nd. Ea who has the las them or whether he illn subit
with th of ts. Nowto free-for-ll questioning
h 9..1 youi i6d the ulueen oft clubs and Mr. Truman patidhe ohties




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TBE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INOMPENDENT DAILY NIEWPAPER


Greats


'o oreIow T

,Heafner, Snead Both Crack Course ow hey St Trmphs Aai Pacific

Record, Pulling Up Even To DeVicenzo I, 7,,,1 Doubleheader This PM.
yoHeafnr .. 73-,T I
d o rto "e Vlcenzo.. 70-68--1 - -- TEA. .. Wa L
Yeow, call out the bombers, the joints on fire! inI to rest only two feet froms theo Plmer .. .. 71-72-1 ..N-e U s anld s _. A rt, Ub. .1 3 0 0 0 ujA.,A. .. ..... .. i2
The course of the Panama Golf Club, that is, gratulate Heafner on his great kip Alexander .. .. 72-73-1 Pabst .. .... .. ...3 1.000 as '. 1 1 00 PanUiaidal .... .. 0 4
where records are falling all over the place. sponsored the big guys trM uart... 76-71- 1 l o Beer.. ... .. .l H es. oK. 1 1 I 0
.. ....V8.. ......;1
And today and tomorrow (if you can get in) here. ouie got more th'an hisa s poo .... .. 74-74-.1 Dod-e .8 ..... o 2 .000 MepOaheyc p 0 0 12 0 1 .13ATS .R*UT
you'll see the second half of the greatest golf tourna- woetn ut n hrllo dd n- noe zi .... 718- m O. 1 o 2
ment ever staged locally. around... aidoneobserver, da- Chc urbert.... .. 76-73-1 TUR 1SIGH'SRS ULT Lo, 0 0 0 2 ONi!
*. ..... .i'.., t... ,A _a i ..-I _. zled by all the btrdie:b-"A1, Sl0 Herb Mitten, ..74-75-1f. ,Nv T B ..;._ IAm. S ,16 8 1 aku o
For the winner you'll have to wait until about IedMbti all the r bi e r Mitten .. .: 5 yats k bGAMES:t0 1 0Es w.Fan od
t.e Wnner you 1 ave to wat untl a ut that all? Hell that'll6 b beaten rle OGerrans...... 7476-- TMI AFTEN" GAMES ater. 0 0 0 -- -
5:30 Sunday. It will be either Roberto de Vicenzo, five times before this is over." George Riley .... .. 76-74p-1oS Newhard . I 0 0 0 0 0 ThriaS a btwe
Tony ankus......74-77-151 .. ..... -- 'd -
the gallant defending champion, or Sam Snead, the Anibal Galindo .. 74-77-151 Io .. r. Totals .. ..25 2 5 21 7 Vridi s be
incomparable, or Clayton Heafner, the "old colonel," IrtGuardia.. 3-M 1616R.7 i For four t ns Pbt hurier a- do a an
or somebody else. gi s.. 78 7 S Pcod and s Tommy haiwed
bor somebody else. am75-17-152 fourths.... t booked itehers.ri |uTfd fut m w 5

De Vicenzo. starting out first, missed both of the latter and Jack Cummins. .. .. 78-76-154 team oenedupid ith a little the tak t
added a 68 yesterday to his open- just missed the ten birdies he PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE Manolo Bernardez .. 75-79-154 threby rughs w e or t c ria a i end o t ht. irenln'
Ing round70. Snead followed him didn't get. STANDINgS Rene Estrieaut.. .t 79-7,6'-155 th.ee rus w we n W b. I arane toa i to B.
up with a new course record 66 He licked par on 5. 9. 12, 15, 17 TEAM- Won Lost R. M. oden...... 75-80-155oe the ame6-2he wners
to add to his previous 72. Then and 18 and on some of the oth- Sears. . 3 0 Bill chmitt. .... 8-76-156 dded threemore n the top half Fed led llummner will make r HI
the blg. burly bruiser from Char- ers he came within one blade of Firemen 3 0 Charley Wood.. .. ..75-81-156 ofthe last frame his t a arance since the ak
lotte, North Carolina, who had grass-or maybe two. Lincoln Life Rey Valdes.. .. .. .. 75-81-156 Both es cod f Pabst and middle o searagast .
73 the first day, took the breath The old course record was 68 Police e1 2 Jim Riley...... ..79-77-156 Hughesfor e ,t all the sito In the Panama m on credited win an
out of everybody with a 5, eras-for tournament play and 67 lks 14141 3 Bd a od .. 7-81--1 way for five Feb. 1 a bout that Isbeing i l t and
Ing Snead s mark before they (Johnny MacMurray) for prac- AFGE 14 .... .. t g Al eSatto. .. .. .... 7-0-15 Sttr. al nt promote by Loui Oraig. runS s
Swihbatterseodviktheron .,E --WnL stR.M.. d_
even had time to put it on the tice rounds. Some say a 66 was A. D. Workman.. .. 77-81-15 oe n i d
board. shot before the course was re- Jack Ludlow .. .. .. 78-80-15 the es e .i c s The two boxer shave already ly o e
Poor Charlie Harper had a modeled but all agree that 65 is YESTERDAY'S RESULT Vinnie Lombrola. .. 83-75-158 his cred. agreed to terms and the program Jimmy ae'
terrible time, turning in a an absolute first in every way. Firemen 3, E 2.' Dicke Arias .. .... 80-78-158 h I E will be presented to the anama n
measly 71 to drop to fourth Anibal MacarO.. 75-83-158 ddauxs. 0 0 Boxing Commlssion for approval the fourth out
lace with 142, and Johnny Charlie Harper started It all Firemen Edge Elks To Tie Pres Trim. .... 77-82-15s9 hle 3 1 0 3 2, 0 Monday night. on. JI. 1..lr
Palmer. with a lousy even par off. At the end of seven holes he For League Lead Mike Kulikowski.. .. 76-81-159 HaleU. d 3 1 1 0 0 under t
round, slipped to 143. was three under par and ha_ The Firemen won their third Jack S-ifth.,... ... 84-76-160 Hblsol 2b-.. 0 0 0 0 0 The eti w U -be Plummer's The b .u m -hr ti
Buck White had a mediocre 70 passed De Vicenso, even at the game without a loss and tied Carlos ROdriguez.. .. 80-80-16 Albs 2b 3 1 1 0 1 0 first .lnohij jaw was broken by
Ao register at 145, along with Skip time. But all Charlie did was get Sears for the Pacific Little Don Kenna.. .......87-74-161 weargen 2 0 0 Percy Bas n their Interim
exander and Charlie MacMur- the others mad, for De Vicenzo. League lead yesterday afternoon Maurice Muller .. .. 81-81-162 Jarmelote c. 4 0 0 0 world f ehampln-.
ay, the low amateur to date. Snead and Heafner got rolling by edging the Elks 3 to 2. M. Gartner.. ... 82-80-162 ss C., 3b 0 0 0 1 0 1 ship tii ontet last S
There was an awful lot of then and poor Charlie, the styl- Don Randel of the Sn okis Xe- Don iause. ...... 83-79-162 Sheld 1l 2. 0 0 0 July. T.0 0 ended In a draw. ud
great golf in the battle for the ist, almost got lost In the blaze. gistered his second win of the Pet.d..p 2 1 0 2 0 0 iI fu l o
,000 yesterday Out the rounds ...At No. 13 somebody asked, season by holding-the Lodgemen and Don Randel led the batting e d, 2 li 2 ghts he Ad the oU: a
of Heafner and Snead got the "How's Johnny Palmer doing?" until the sixth inning when the assault for the Smokies with Totals---------------------signed to make 13 pounds.
brass rints. The answer was, "Oh. hell, he Elks pushed across two runs o each rian collecting two hits ain fVBe.auJack0willmeetv Mes
Clayton. who is only 37 but ain't got a chance. He's only one two hits. Randel was working on three trips to the plate. Uao a 0 0 h ..Baune f t. meet pMelvu I T e
with his 245 poutids looks like under."... After Heafner finished a perfect game until the fifth ,Ibo -bIB i0A1 Bourne t 130 da in the
Brazen's father. hasn't missed Buck White quipped, "Hey. now when he walked a batter to allow The box score:. iy IUf- -M eight-rond se al while a
an approach shot or a putt yet. all the fat men in Panama will the first man to reach base. pie another hur withonal trying Cu iberbatch against Hoe itrai
His low. biting irons were deadly start playing aolf.".. .One-armed In the sixth, the Elks' first Score By Innings Chin Upon appi a bChInaroldt a1 in Ho ra
and his putting strokes were Jimmy Nichols came In disgusted baseman Johnny Lewis singled starts urbl.n SPle 0. 0lear e 8 w. Ottie i n a 126Klpoundt lttle.
nothing short of genius as he with himself. He was hitting the and Bobby Adams doubled for Firemen -2 0 0 1 0 0-3 6 2 nen i Helpi nature A four-roundpreminar
birdied 3, 7. 9. 12. 13, 15 and 18, ball well enough but couldn't the only hits for the Lodge Elks 1414 0 0 0 0 0 2-2 2 0 h ritsated .a! A four-round tpremnary .
with never a suggestion of a bog- sink a putt from inches away. He Brothers. Facing nineteen men. et u orf s rEerA ut ro twen Al Hostin and Tony Ga-
0y. missed so many he reminded the Randel struck. out eleven and Winning Pitcher-Randel (2-0). on U toa't. Ian will get things started. On WItrN a
The big guy, who is the great- writer of somebody he knows all walked two. Danny DesLondes Losing Pitcher-DesLondes (0-2).
obt adv. ye olde pan liquido ever toowell... Charlie Mac, carrying went all the way for the losers Struckout by-Randel 11, Des-
had. sed only 4 putts going out on the family honors while alling and allowed six base hits while Londes 4. Bases on Balls off- TUESDAY 20TH. l ..
and 12 comng n-which is putt- brother John is a spectator, came walking three asd striking out Randel 2. DesLondes 3. Two Base
Ing of the type only experts pro- upo with a beautiful eagle on 17. four batters. Hit-Adams. Umpres-Hollowell
duce. his magnificent second shot com- Freddie Huddleston. Ted Webb Ipand Francis. SI M U .TANF te S PR E
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Bfor B -A Beer For a Birdie


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Casey Stengel May Make

Hall Of Fame Is ManJi
By STEVE 8NIDER
United Press Sports Kditer
NEW YORK. Jan. 17 UP) Terry qualified on that bi1
One of these years Casey Sten- in 130 with I an vesa
gel of the Yankees may wind .40A1.
Up in baseball's hall of Fame but Dean was a fabulous pltMe
mot many writers fre likely to In the short six-yegr 4
cast votes for him this year stardom with the Car di
ven If many would like o. won 30 and lost Sven inS
In the current balloting by compiled a two-eair total
ean members of the Baseball 58-19 the followIng year ....
Writers Assocation. only the Al Simmons nad two
playing records of candidates secttve seasons of t
can be considered. Casey. along and .390 with Connie
lJoe McCarthy, rates a Athletics, Bill Diekey of the
ne at Cooperstown. N. Y.. for Yankees Is rated with the Seal
the Yankees to four catchers of all time, Lyons w
p pennants. but as a s big winner pitching fr or
play Casey may find the Chicago White Soa c1=1b
a of Fame doors tightly shut. Greenberg came within tul
homers of Ruth's all-time I*-
Stengel drew only 27 votes cord of 60 in 1938 and Wison
l4 year. He was no slouch still holds the National Leguoe
as an fielder but even his home run record of 56 set to
tondest admirers can't men- 1930.
?I- ISth New York ton him in the SAme breath Pepper Martin literally .ot
s ~ u a e,.enter, ma. steadying with ether leading eandi-ate a World Series from the Atble-
rpbound his work u player. tics in 1931 and that's no mean
The ball writers take their trick
Halof 4atme responatlites
seriously and rrely do
they elect more than two or
S"Fastlich League ree a year. ete tigers Meet J.C.
are elected. The rules ae simple

STANDINGS somehow or othen wr Tuesday In
r^:: n se |to spread their
ATEAM- Won Lt Pet. vte r a wid field.:dinale At
Comely ........ 0 e L.1 Our ballot includes Joe DI-
Mews .. .. .. .. 3 1 Magio, Bill Terry. Dizy Dean,*A
Al1.On........1BiDi: e. d The Cristobal High Sch
aW'NG LIAG OMurdock.. 126 440080 H*... 2' -,NAMnAddH Back Wilson. league p ay, tralt
Carta Vieja retained their hold 1 . 127 154 15 418 With the diamond slowed upM Terry and Dan. Th side of the Isthmus to py
c pa. 2d .4 gh: 2ona 1 4 iderably by a dry season del- Te first time around for the uiam of the samson with.
S bobut only by the skiMan . 146 17a 183 473 uk% last Season's Champa0n c reeaV=
b their teeth in wn ent M p.. 92 9 2 276 oved Intothe lad posltio In the end of the 1961 season. nishin" the opposri
rt e bat rag for a threeiolntw*-le Psullch Leagne on a 4-1 d4- Terryon
St Wals tar.. ,ARum n Totals. 7. .. 8 3 798 2517 CIldn over the Ocelots, at cl ibing steadilyIn the ballot- e H School floor.
t the. r jit. blo Thursday afternoon. In n recent years. In the last ame the Ju
third UICK-Cor a while it looked like a no- pae for 10 names I prvld- College team found the .
ma lBlee.. 15 U 1O T 450 htterfor thelooesand a pars ed every ballot sent to as- range in the second half of t s
..111 151 30 Inhe unti members of 10 or more am at CBS and gave the TMgb
Th, dee s 1111 *9 151 390R caught ho yeld r m standing. A candidate's an extended workout before btw-
"a his dersh' woe C R T10 d142 inofurronysnae .mus appnr on 8.nshorrthree of ing 4@hto 44.
to ela1612813 tandI eryfourballots to gain elec- Gerald Fox and John -qrh
sIt fT i o. 10 104 0 hiet a 1in8ieMIS Ca nt ntinatheu tcnihavet taen the lid from
ToTA M1 Whet Ir in i c e Iaatte at Coopetop w l m or l aokue ee two lads.funwht to
o In.7 180 T p f t gamae at e. fou oe
Tt .. 1 W 10 aIn 11. TWI ve he ren wave the ci-
fromS. e 1la t1eged o RtheA erid n am Ten eeseariong trio.
Bartenderss.e.,. 1 17 Nt8&
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--fi.- at hurlrlg suheep.1fered a CeopO2ttown lu-our boot and
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Heroin Gang 3 "I ?EWSPAlI^
PARIS Jan. 17 (UP)-French s"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham IUncoln.
S and U. S. undercover agents
Swre reliably reported today to TWENTY-EIGHTH YEAR. PANAMA, P., SATURDAY, jANUARY 17, 1953 3 v
i. have seized six men in Paris. .. .... .. ...,
described as k.ey figures in an
International gang of criminals
supplying drugs, principallylI
heroin, to the United States.sreponrou
National refused to disclose de- J RepoRted In Tuble
tails because the investigation
is still going on, a spokesman
month drive which has shut With H sRussin Buddes
down two clandestine heroin- 1* .
producing laboratories in Paris BERLIN, Jan. 17 (UP)-In- and one of those fir0d were let zone railways and a.hand- The E last Duila Commbaar --
and two others in Marseilles. formed sources said today the Jews. In addition, Albert Hlisch, tul of lesser officials. sas2repere teasy sa Eat
He said U. S. undercover Russians have put Gerhardt Eis- Jewish advisor to religious af- Dertinger still held his post BDerta gm sentetel. 2 Iperm- M
agents are playing a leading ler under virtual house arrest. fairs minister Otto Nuschke, as deputy chairman of the sons who allMeg
role throughout Europe and the The sources said the Soviets fled to West Berlin with his Christian Democratic Party- ut raw matulalIs toW _i
Middle Fast to cut off a multi- forced Eisler to move into a wife. party leader Otto K tschke 4 to pIrg^^, tm. ll -
million dollar flow of drugs to home in the Soviet compound In the last week 26 Jews, today Dertinger must be e i three uam eu'tow to
addicts in the United States. at their headquarters In the including the leader of the PeUl -he. .


4


The arrests here climaxea East Berlin suburb of KarlshorstEast Geman Jewish commun- N e a ue y .
amnths of investigation in the to prevent his flight. Ity, and the leaders of the andu rigiomsai l n3st ..to dy c g it; i-t It 1.w
Montmartre nightclub district The compound is heavily Jewish communities in Lel. called a seton of the party member schools
of Pigalle. guarded by armed Soviet zg, Dresden and Erfuart fled political committee for Tue~d and ulI aele- W.1 i A
o troops and Eisler is accom- to the West. to expel Dertinger. Uschke i meant who XPt.eid unee or federmti aervh s its third day
Oe of the men taken t into panied wherever he goes by Western officials thought Der- Dertinger i a "dbleU commit acts of asbot~ge." of dento 1 da in the case
0dy was identified as Jean Soviet MVD secret police, the singer, deputy-leader of the traitor. "The Fre German Youth of 13 I od'uns U.. Commu-
mo-Focaccli, a cabaret ownersources said. Chri stian Democratic Party, and A CDU party official said Der- muA crubh all attb pt. whloi nisx leaden j d Qf conapir-
Who police said served a five- The Soviet action against Els- Eisler, who was fired as ro- tier would receivee t pun- undertake the mlk' relious In to,.ta sud advocate the
year prison term for killing two ler indicated that the Jewish paganda chieflast mOnth, mght lament." activity attempt to destroy the v oi towof the overn-
men in a gunfight and wound-fugitive from U. S. justice might be the main defendants at a Otto aldr, chairman of the pr of youth n orn tion
Stwo others. soon become a victim of the show trial designed to crush city of ot cm mit~ s oai-. o rlyat me
"eotee 1a ddu ,in N ^eu^: -.,- l:. ,roolutln obviously was TheJury meldedtthe one ma
Police said they were seeking Soviet zone's growing putge of right wing opposition to Soviet- i_ aid .n o : tnl st oe vo w 22 3 e s e r
S a seventh man who was born n alleged enemy spies, saboteurs Ization, find scapegoats for East vtes in the at erd of i the a miit" an evangea youth Cor and h l C -2:23dsd ftr a n...
the Sicilian mining town of and Zionest agents. Germany's supply shortages, ad o n. T
LrcraFriddt where Charlesl The Communists yesterday punish Communists who lived imperialist espionage at a time terday unI 0 whe Jud
"Lucky" Luciano. New York announced the arrest of foreign in the West in World War ....e.muustyandpnc .Heo (DrefrtrU
vice overlord deported to Italy. minister Oeorg Dertinger as a nd label Zionism a Western utnger) will be led to just pun- Eto r the bright and re-
Only Dertinger's arrest was Already under arrest are Karl l em.en t._ e offi.l..u A The d Uad the fury should
It was also disclosed that announced, but in for med Hamann. former Liberal Demo- Wes er n re f uee oKf Uc. e dUald- the objecAt of
Luciano's name has come up sources said the Communists cratic Party chairman and trade cWefired that lEdit une-m the u m parPty was to
a evreal times during the course in a purge of the foreign min- and supply minister, Paul Mer- aske for,_po.. i aly enaolm.In O veS. e oIf
of the French investigation but Istry arrested four of Dertin- ker, Jewish politburo member, est Bein govertesterday. force and vio-
so far police have not been able ger's aides and fired two Kurt Mueller, former deputy lenW t. "
to establish a definite link be- more. Two more of Dertinger's leader of the West German Com. lJ...... C.L_- en.
tween him and the French drug assistants fled to the West. munist Party, Willi Krelkemeyer, mNu fi o" Old-timers rin"lns- e go
la traffickers. Three of the arrested aides former Communist chief of 8ov- -mtly last ni ad a" ndtbo hgo
Word Of Praise f. .t"l anot "h
P191 N b Years :S .the W fbac
MIAMI, Jan. 17 (UP---Athe I
friendly & FeIa Judire admitted a :. : : :.. ... .
his systeamof Trkin sa kidasp-
ping "is a shrewd one.! thAn

ulently-obtains e welry s *fA sit hi
here to Havana. Cuba. .
Judge Charles C. Wyche alaps- ae a
pedthe sentence on the 34-year- la M ne d
old defendant after dethying s' Into
attorney's motion for a new trial. hsj v
Johnson was charged with er- uettlu whtI .am of
suading Miami jeWeler ih agQ
ter to turn over the gems by con- .bcU e
vinoing him his six-year-old son, brt he old
Ricky, had been kidnapped;, &
Actually, the boy was on along, ,. cl
cross-town taxi ride with an In-.
nocent cab driver who was told
to pickhu 1.the boy from a pd- 7 haneHe
vate school. i ,.-
Cuban secret police picked up
Johnson shortly afterward It .his
Havana. where he insisted he Y
had found the jewels In thdfgtno
THE FIRST AM AR STYLED "I think your-system Is end the en u
I'm astounded at how reckle
You were after you obtained Cr noi,
Jewels."' atokof
WORLD'S FORi MAR DESIGNER an a tavt lt wdd l ,

Dies In M_ bsppi L
Word has been reved of the
death of Marvin r, Hartafelod
last Wedndlay it therage f 1"
in the home of h~is parents t ."
Oxford, Miss. following on4
year's illness.
With Mr. Bartefteld at
Time of: his death were his w
the .formerN an
l"Marvin, Jr., bhisarents
sister. Hg also srnvedi by
,YotherRNOS SaAnh d b.
CIA CYRNOS, SoA) for several Iyeap nthe .
oas an f -w onft th te
locks epr W a ah a wide
ele of an an' bbth
(Nash Agency) thesar.
He mar. -.mMes' W
1048. .. I. '.the at o o
One Block From Tivoli Crossing .wu b Ue n f
a n ue M ewer held
day morning Daterd.

GENERALS WHO BECAME PRESIDENT-6 By RAYELL






To dioseocikte the party from corruption in the
G it umnistr tioan the GOP nominated dark.
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S eamvy, being tawee-tiine governor of Ohio and a
g.mard diuuig the Civil War. The Hayes-Tilde. As .o. . . . . .
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