The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01479

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filing a spreading Comms s reign of terror in Ent
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slipped across the east-west Rlerln frontr
effr thfe Communist oviet-zome government Wed hued
new orders restricting all Eat Gemen Jews to t* r
hbse districts.
T' e late arrivals seeking political sanctuary in
the U.S., Bek and French sectors of the city brought
to early number of Jews who have fled from
the R 'u rnas of Germany since mid-Decemoer.


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There were only 3, 00 sur-
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pogroms in East Germany, au-
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Today's escapees followed
weekened raids on Jewish homes
and offices.
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POR sIX MONTHS. IN ADVANCe 0o I 00
S %a Om YEAR IA. Sv 0VANCs..... o o400S BY VICTOR RIESEL
THIS IS YOUR FORUM THI READERS 'WN COLUMN I hope f the special global nent
Opium Control Board In Ge

THE MAIL BOX riv o,-"odth
their business.
o- Which is a kindly way to ]
The Mailo eaxs an *n trm t* ** readers of The Plmea- ...er- it- for they are fumbling t
Isee. Letton are received grtetfulvl and oee handled in e wholly oh**- chance to cripple the Intern
dsuMel IMaerW. tional dopu smuggling rings a
If vsy emntribute a lItte don't be impatient If It dooest *ppos elte rated by a weird coalition
eOt day. Lettes are published in the order received the Communist Undergrou
PlMe try to keep h letters limited t onee page Ileth. and the American underwoi
detity of otte writes iheld an strictest confidence. Dpite revelatons -In th
This nowspape assumes responsibility tfor statements as opl column well over a year a
pressed in lters from readers the special Agents of the an
opium World squad inq Sweitn


-- o < land lost track of 500 totti of cj
narcotics p en y offered In
NOSEY, NOSEY HANGS OVER YOUR HEAD Hong Konk forb world sle by
Say buddy why must you be misled by a women that is twice the dollar-hungry Pelping gov.
crnment.
your age? Despite the list here of
I am a volunteer in the U.S Army, and I want to know why n e tes he
you refuse to accept your induction. Why? Just through this this undercover unerworlus
this undercover -1derworld
woman you are going to lose a golden opportunity, which will help network, only 2.8 tons of the I
you In the future. "stuff" were intercepted and '
This buady of mine that I am referring to Is a truck operator. det rom he r i a 's yono terms
In addition to its esronres
I happened to have a talk with him this month and he told f young mimds and Itas elag
me why he is not willing to go again Is because he made a fool used by heas ands of per
of himself by trying to break up a friend's home, so the woman in young men to es ape the
question, begged and asked him not to go again because he has draft, this doe made bhn-
caused her shame and embarrassment among her friends and co- dreds of m eima f oeoam
workers, so he is trying to please her. for Soviet Chinese-
My advice to you, buddy is, forget that woman, she is too old trNow theGeneva lstm ConaI FC
for you, and there is a future awaiting you after you serve your corres dent* t hg l rned *o
tvo year hitch in the Arms. There is no future for you here. that tre oviet Chinese have .
banned production of opium.
You took an oath with your right hand upraised, saying "I mall wonder the Co ntrofo l
will" and at the latter end after taking your physical examina- oard's agents wouldn't sniff
tlon and passing, you are trying to form lies, sickness, and out the 50 tons. They're either
trickery, lust so as not to be Inducted. misinformed or deliberately
covering up.
You should be dealt with according to law. Either accept, or The enemy Red Pelping gor-
serve your two years at hard labor In the pen for trying to be ernment ;s producing narcotics
manrt, for foreign iconsumption- and
for American dollars which can
Opportunity only knocks once. so to you my good buddy, I am buy rmamentsand rhich cn .-
asking you to forget about that woman, and look towards a high- tools In Ensland and elwhere
er goal, because in a year's time she or you will Just forget the for its war machine
whole thing, and you will say, "If I had known." For the Opium Control.Board's
Information 450 cases of raw
I will be leaving this month and I only hope that In the near opium arrived In Canton f rom
future you will change your mind and come to defend the cause Yunnan province last Oct. 4.
0o democracy. They were sealed and marked
"Provincla! People's Oo v e r n-
Remember. "woman Is the root of all evil" meant of Yunnan." The wooden
What good is a woman to you that is nearly twice times your cartons were assigned by a man NAROBI,X
age. called Oh'ei Keng to his Can- at lu pre
ton agent, Yang, who shipped to enj~f a6
Open your eyes and look towards the future. for the future i to Hone; Kong and Macao little Letf
lies before us, and not behind. Furthermore, the C h I ese weld
Communist authorities brought I wdll i
I am sorry for vou. 100 tons of opium from Dairen wateh the
to Whampoa aboard a China to the hya, n
Disgusted Soldier poy. Merchant vessel. These were the baboos.
"--------- covered by 200 tons of soy a ut flmmyepa
Sean. These are only two Into stIle i n r.
SI E GLANCES By Calbraith means totalng about worny ea
-a tuns-easilly woth hundreds t
'A. 6Dlu41 dollar In I
There Is oaly oe .dollar n L-u-fl
market for this "junk" --.te etdt a
U. 8. And it omes i here hil olapl
primarily through e s re"*-
Slow York. Rvilne f Bit is The Mau Mau he
i* n the testimony of sam el the OOeaskls vilo0
Federal NaroUeea ls eau, ly sttdi road
/ who testified before, the Ke. farninfg lands Intl
Sfauver Senate Crime Committee It Is n unholy -
without the .TV camera on men, to fie up a
Shim became of the nature et, and wreck ad T0
*i, And he wasn't televised for anioag the ku
bood reason the underworld- That's tie f



\H, WSWe are. having too many wit- terror that Is u
d reserve to have some better pIed n12 latlns
Protection than what they are and tho added
vernmeg now." Just after Jun. 1.
ge \. Bo also disclosed that There Is divii
to 8Ct. au. shortly before this of Kenya.
S, testmony. the leader of the --su
0ng-L\e On tong "shot and
Se k elled one of our buet a rents."
But let's get back to Ivine.
Pere Uo what he they ofare a N the
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the nation:
-I n 9 110 dio w dc h the significance ns4M I
S, ort n ed before the rthis of Keny



S"Tnh greatest the most Im-
SOrtantsmuggn rt the President Truma
-^--^.^ .o m nM port of oW York .C-' course, th e
S -, the nitial point of dicriu- sent to ~
1 non would be New York, and While 534
Thwe are real bargains, but I want the boss to t e prite would eanate f hve
eI of Ing me n around ragged that h I me ted er the countryy"
a rai&el" "Is that true for the PrWest Thus
.h__________ nhCost" thnat che4rman newt
p asked v oine. f d rib to
0 ae roaua, again o heroin, being the al the brd t
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ldkof se nmep o r Nrough the port of New Yor .i and. oude tW
Sn begin Irts distribution aon outlay.
e. that country for the Wet Thu
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Chicago N Y. C. and their
parts o thee U. S.?"7I
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IlShoots Down Her Third Man


HOUSTON, Tex. Jan., 19 (UP)
- Police cba e Mae eglen,I
the pitol-pkig sister of ex-
ecuted, out .Blia -aand Hamil-
ton, today with shootingg down
her third man.
He is Jesse Donald Muirhead.
32, a Baytown, Tex., construction
foreman whom she hit with
three out of four shots in her
Pier 75 bar. Her Closest connec-
tion with him was a customer.
She killed two other men:
Andy Robinson a bronc rider
and steer wrestler and ex-hus-
band In Fort Worth, Tex, In Oc-
tober, 1036. She killed Michael
Zeglen, another husband, in
Houston last year.
Mrs. Zeglen, a chuny woman
of 36 with strawberry-colored
hair, claimed self-defense in the
Robinson killing and a grand
Jury refused to indict her.
She wan sentenced to five
years for killing Zeglen at
whom ihe had to shoot at
through two open door& and a
window tc hit while he was
running and was free in ap-
peal bond when she shot Muir-
head last night.
When police booked her on a
charge of assault to murder
Muirhead, it ended a, bad week
for her and her two sons.
Bethel Raymond Falrris, 21,
her older son, was arrested last
night in a dark Wichita Falls,
Tex., drugstore.
He and Weldon Henderson
were trying to open a safe with
burglar tools at the time.


115 TV Stations

To Carry Shows

To 72 US CWes
WASHINGTON, Jan. 1 9(UP)
-The television industry said
today the- Inauguration of Pres-
ident-elect Eltanhower, the par-
ade afterward and the Inaugural
ball tomorrow night .will be tele-
vised by 115 stations in 72 cities
from ccst to coast.
The four major networks es-
timated that some 70,000.000
persons will view the proceed-
ings ever the nation's 21.300.000
sews at various times.
. In addition, ttL four major
networks will carry the cere-
mopnies by voice through 1.300
stations across the country.
The National Broadcasting
Co. expects to go on the air at
11 a. m. tomorrow with TV
Oameras focused on the in-
augural platform on the Capitol
steps.
The Columbia Broadcasting
System, tbe American Broad-
casting Co. and the Dumont

a r network wll stay
With the. eremuiles until 4:30
p. m. to televise allnost all of
the Ina ural parade.
Tomorrow night, the networks
will pool their resources for a
live telecMt of the ball from
both the National Guard Ar-
mory and Georgetown Univer-
sity gymnuasum.
Tough Suaject
KINGSTON. R. I. (UP)-He-
man note from the University of
Rhode Island-12 male students
are taking a flower arninge-
ment course.


Her 18-year-old son, Herble early 1930M. He was in Za#tan
Fairris, was sentenced 0o an In- prison farm, saving 3= years
determinate term In the re- for a murder and numerous rob.
formatory at Olathe, Kans., last berries, when he broke out AN
Thursday or a charge of resist- Jan. 10, 1984.
Ing arrest. He and four other pIisws
Mrs. Zeglen admitted shooting shot It ont with guards and
four times at Muirhead with a was killed. He was
.32 caliber automatic. She hit and eaeutedin the 7'tas ste
him in the abdomen, left leg and prison in 1934, though he man-
right foot and he was in critical aged to streak out of the death
condition at last report., house' oe before he finally
She said she shot him after went to ITe chair.
he told her: "I always wanted to Barrow and a brother. Floyd
whip Raymond Hamilton's sister. Hamlton, were Aelieved to have
I always wanted to find out how helped him escape from ..the
really tough you are." Eastham farm.
Mrs. Zeglen said she ordered
him out, end when he refused, Floyd also a brother of Mrs.
gt another customer to throw Zegien never atalned the in-
ilm out famy of his brother, though the
FBI captured him once for a
"He came back in and started bank robbery.
throwing beer bottles at walls Mrs. Zeglen's son Bethel Iay-
and customers," she said. That's mond, was charged with a $10,-
when I shot." 500 jewelry store robbery in
Muirhead's story was: "Mrs. Houston when he was caught
Zeglen walked up and wanted robbing the safe in Wichita
me to buy a round of drinksator Falls.
the house. I refused to do it. She was released in $1,000 ball
That's what brought on an ar- on the charge of shooting Mulr-
gument and the shooting." head.
Muirhead has a wife and two Rep. Charles Mrphy, m -
children. ber of the state crime nvhlM -
Mrs. Zeglen's brother Ray- gating committee, said he in-
mond was a partner in crime tends to find out how a "woman
with the late outlaws Bonnie of her character" ever got a per.
Parker and Clyde Barrow in the mit to run a bar.
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN AN INDEPENDENT DAILY NEWSPAPER


IN HOLLYWOOD
BY LRSKINE JOHNSON
NEA Staff Correspondent


HOLLYWOOD (NE) Movies! he shrugged. "Nothing worked.
Without Pcpcorn: It's girls, girls, Then we dyed one blue. And you
,girls, parading about in gola-i know what? Blue photographs
p.spangled. briel costumes as Di- like blue. You know something?
___pr Claude Binyon calls for Movie prop men get ulcers, too."
J1 1 camera rehearsal of a big pro-
t'*' duction number in Bob Hope's .-- .
new starrer, "Here Come The
Girls."
Arlene Dahl, Rosemary Cloon-
fW y an Pob Hope are in the
i cene but 'Old Ski Nose' is steal-
all the glamor. Bob's dressed
a glittering turban, a purple- JACOIY ON BRIDGI
jeweled Jacket, jodhpurs en- .
...crusted with rhinestones and By OSWALD JACOBY
pearls, and oriental shoes that Written for NEA Service
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1&at answers the bellowing of 5 5 .
kid with a loud "Meh-heh-; VAK 7 62
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j(-goat's direction and yells. NorthSouth vul
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BIlondes" set I watch lMaul .n sled I want is hidden under some old blankets in the attic!"
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ed by Tommy Noonan and a
mnale chorus, being put through,
their paces by Director Howard Just in case you're not am-
Hawks. The sequence calls ior ,liar with the point-count, here'
M iarilyn and Jane to board a' I is: count 4 points for each ace L ) t
Ship for Europe. My attention is In your hand; 3 for each king; New Liquid Kills Roaches and Ants
distracted from the two busty I or each queen; 1 for each -A R c he a ne
dolls by studio messenger bey. Jack. I
-*Is this the "Titanic' ser?" he' There are 10 points in each
suit, and 40 points in the entire
An assistant director looks at deck. You and your partner
ahilyn alnd Jane, usually need 26 points to make
'. "Titanki's the word for it, all a game; 3 points for a small
eight, sonny." he sighs. slam; 37 for a grand slam.
... North's double raise to three
'OTHIN(i'S TOO GOOD hearts in today's hand, shows
The clock has been turned strong four-card trump support
ack to the 1920s a or 'The Grace! and a cotmt of 13 to 17 points.
S "oore Storv" at Warners. Kath- In this case North has 13 points
yn Grayson, as the famous in normal high card strength,
-operatic star, and Jeff Donnell point extra for the Jack in
And Joan Welton, as her room- South's bid suit, and 1 point for
*nates, are Iacing the prospect the doubleton.
of a Christmas eve without food The raise to three hearts is
in their tins New York apart- forcing to game. South would
Inent. try for a -lam if he had a slight-
But b,"'ore Director Gordon il better hand but with his ac-
Douglas cloots the scene. Kath- tual hand he is content to b
ryn has o huddle %kith a coach a game.
on her southern accent aWest o pens the ace of clubs.
- 'Kathryn Grayson was born in and East signals encourage-
uth Carolina and her Unclel ment by playing the nine. West
us tones are perfect. But her continues with his other club, New Way'to ev lenti
fide accent doesn't match and East takes the second trick DOACHES are the most diluelt uless oat they slowly become
e Hollywood conception of a with the king household pests to control, and paralyed, turn over on their backs
CB-- N.'er dro,. At thisont the average East There ps to ct noer on
; on.-er drad. A this j~o arelessly return a they can be brought into any home with legs waving In the air, and
S ktarelesly return a a b At po~ .de. Then the. eotin g__stayw ie*
,"nlgh -ub w for cl0 would mi4' his i" ri.. 4 -- .v fr months 'i, lat
ue Gardeala, ith Nat Ican rardig his losing I V .nea n t.come forth with hat get Into tehem aqd that
Cole'# othestra and a spag West can trmp, to be new diseovery that. kills coc. walk over it.
cigaret girl, played by Celia Isur, but South does not have to r'Iahes and ants, and that stays Science has seen to it too that
Isky 1Peter Lorre's ex-wlfe). 16se'a spade trick and can easti- eWffective for months. It is called this Produet contains no D so
Anne Baxter and Richard ly pick up the trumps. Johnston's NO-ROACH coating. sodun0 fluoride, and no phospho.
nte 1ooK on. the claret girl East can set the contract by It's just as simple and easy to rops. Johnston's NO-ROACH is not
laces a blue gardenia on Cole's. defending properly. After win- nse as it looks, You paint the coat- a contaminatint spray, or a messy
lano. I :sk a prop man about ning the second trick with the Ing on surfaces frequented by powder. It is colorless, and may be
he flowe- king of clubs. East must cash the roaches and ants, woodwork near brushed just where yod want it,
S"We fried dying gardenia: ace of spades first Only then the sink, baseboards, garbage pails, without having to moe all your
Ie*-rv color so they would look ,can he lead a third round of window and door sills. When these dishes and pots and pans.
In black-and-white film," clubs. crawling pests come in contact Prices are 8 os. foe o8c, pint for
SAfter this defense, South is with th is invisibk, odorless, stain- $1.0, and a quart f# k$2.9L
: Loaded helpless. South cannot gain by ASK FOR IT IN ALL STORES
'blowdiscardin., since the defenders
'NASHUA. N. H ,UP--School nale already taken three tricks. Distributors
tials began a campaign to If South ruffs low, West can'
ourage bubble-gum chevna overruff with the queen. If'"Dmresastbos
an elementAirv school aiteriSouth rufss with the ace or m res s
teacher,/report..d that a 'kind of hearts. West can make a
il came to class with $SI trick later on with the queen of 36 AUTOMOBILE ROW
rth of the gum hearts.
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GOP h C. Wesley 19 %1948 1949 15o
R of W-o insas has been 50 1951 t
'taIbe Republican party's The home building boom conthiued through 1952 with 866,500 units completed during the'firstah
Naktftbl Chalrman. Roberts, quarters of the year, surpassing last year's estimate for the same penod by 800 units. Above N .
roved by President-elect hart traces home building in the U. S from 1946 to thebpresent. Data compiled by the U. S. Depa
;II" .hIlp i ,otwer. succeeds ment of Labor.p" atoJbh.
.Arthtc S lmbrfleld who will
be PoupiNaster General in the
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iihnds oW k Today
SNEW YORK, ,Jn. 19 (UP)-
The first regular television link
.,...between Canada and the United
I. A& j^MIjL PLA. 'n BraIlnnif Airways po Conquls- states will start operating to-
IA 1CSinLs1 Aa PALAW 0* 2 Trannif Airways '%n nq-no Tedpon .
tadai" to Latin America Is presented to Miss Alice Corr, the da. ,. .'
Pretty new 1953 "Queen of COotton" b Paul Parsons, the air- The American Telephone &
Line's manager in Memphis, center.of the cotton industry in the Telegraph Company's long lines
S -nl d states. department said the video link
S. Owinl be established between Tor- .
4 -onto and the U. B. television
network by a 66-rmile radio-re-
0 1. .9 ."2 AT l ,nlay route which. broadcast TV
Cotto n Maid .itO IAla `F signals across ake Ontaria.
h n c -o .'- The route initially will pro-
SWkis Ann iAuwotoorard, SA Tour o -
will be beamq from a micro-
A. itaclous brunette btya, Bao Paulo, and Rio de Ja ave ant of Buf-
from Selma, Alabama, is a At$ a. telephone
193 Maid of Cotton w ho *1 ughtrof Mr. and Mrit o trai
me a flying tour of Latin A ArkS. orr, the pretty Maid ts, wo otrni
iricaliter this year. a od year ,astienat attewns 0 on the Font-
bMilie Corr, seleted.- niverslty of Alabama, wh. ti twr wMl zla programs
n ofcontestants I18 abe has worn pmerous beau the l T nto.
%on prodhzi~tg states w-il ar- a*rds. ten- *11 fash the
the qffcllal greetings of he a but at different
US. cottn. Industryon a 651,, GRu e. $nlzer of ,3the
il tour of the United States1 'Ruff. ina a C6. of Canada .
fOinada I iurope, ande etra a ta uilt the TV Hik, took
and outhtAmerica. ution to' ensure torakA-? T AUAITION VOMES FIRST Repair men go to work on the clean-up Job i W.as W ns -
aM ur the l during riod w il.,,., around the lomotive which rests in rubble after lts beserk ride through Union 8U5-
-.eaf drLhr of the cotton bef asi. l The hole4n:the concrete floor through which it crashed will be patched up, but the en-

t icd t ne ssl Rutl hrm an.promi nent cons tr i n
t produ11ctI v y iyIn Panamsa. City social and bual- l nk eniral's now w a vision h I U s N ye
ii L1 t eltroas new e lr3e a an eriente4d wit the U. 8.-Canada hookup s
Urope1an ttaveil, W Conduct Thi will be done bi eans sa
gc Awope64 12 iLtermediate microwave tow-
SIntle ol l i oeasta % roalaoW
'l o fat Isip
A feat a -W nthi Ws IIB'INGTO1N, l. ie (UP)-


sbwr eC 01ai. Dar tod th e h won eustr ct a, Attorneya m ember
lt rlveUav Igo oof a large outlaw firmpn e of $,000
S o ei eatU prgr Twr t $28,000 "atd Ayer from private law
va .gd Wt10 d- erleafiaof -kinescope.-practice, Attorney general



raSitt 0n drih drlv- T priet ame of $2a,000 In one
0tinin- snndFexaur.i h accere toohe h hest
611 10i4 W loof Panama, IAS passengers, Is Mr. atio* Cold James P. McG ranery s maid today.




has ai to andle WE N ONT, Korea, Neithervey man wade sho identi ofied. as-
'.,a .bow pasforts an. IUNoP) -Cte Aimyt t n t U.or lS.Attorney 's statemben
~iiSit. iteir ,eteetera. cold weather uniform ha lons w hasud onh rey for what years
io-ef tei hr- 1s first test in coaat eandnhof a larthose law fr reported.
rou *te r eiTr fliy oertve .lB TWO fa U f nn e $28000 -outside"tIncome in one




I laS a .;is-l t a, I anm m Aahone wr d The report saidttorney had ast U.
S e i 901:ouhern I Wlliam p. Aaron Jr., Lyonenga e i n outside, private law


104 .14r 'p oilers Dakar, Mids told ht iwyhe wror e the hrar. ebut the s ighey turned
p ^-l witrSTdl n n on .nd viHle-plaetle "ibd-bfre up no evidence oany omrpro- ".-
.lithehin tdnascoFlfat trotfiguad presre, although most oed. them
tohnl WESTERN FRONT, orea, Neither man was Identified.




S or wifit td etceteral cold weaL roher uniform has had o nd even a daneron ins -rey say for what years
A ue" and a of 1alo Ehr-t first test in c b t and those totals were reported.


S eh ~ T e Panama man who wor. t aidwMes a- The report said most Uher. S. ala- t ndon's zoo. The very Wring a
il'ao hI, 1 to tooumain Aao J rose and mutore and their assistantsure of I on ). Actuaye b n't ben


ii dA e wlice"v w old sove problem A 1oun11iosen ag agred wt dowen befo, atare acquire
.hrn sh inE. Ther omlrnt Ly pa ornie un .M.
amc"O wi t' of- a, l de e..told owbe'woreefour- practice, but the survey turrhed de -n-hs it o eters


eIrt, VthelShrinen n t a coalto rol' Instead priety, although most of them pr.. .d .. ..c..qy ,o d
t suea n e tse wi Il probl and even a dangerI n b l

W 4e4e fo rt 0upO the y will fl. t ia JfreaGOTA FUR COAT-The penguin aeccst right, an r
tylp -in thb C mIthe es dorc rAtorne e- t ok-*'-iof jrAtlus conversation for her moresad
i eslothabreachild be orde- 'r "t 1 hi h d.McGra, ery said "higher sala- n eh lionsi t hdon's zoo.p i The very idea. Wearag a fO
"I ll,hierNov. chil lat _lou esco l sA is rica and more secure tenure of Md uting on airs!). Actually. the furty bird isn't being

bar' 1-*tr NrivtlrmhtIsmeoffice" would solve the pr-oblem 'A young penguins are covered with down Ebefore acquiring
,,ov wi oere itel desa 1'sui ,by m kirid such pr J actlce uent- hsoup-n-fish suits of feathers.,
OWwillaMols _h the The noutgoing Attorney Gen-
.nl1 t11. d ,eaudl- reak er wgt e we the ral whoeaves officernetheirt rown-i In his private A. Hart of atern



a oI C. or wdo-l e week, hasn eu aedan. orderdthathoaewith,500taseere .l
..,e 31.a ev ] e.= that, V e Wasdas-
part Lcbyh will belA t s te eR S.orny aapt number of cases ranging from oneto0I
td tinr airee ta consira faorts.d a attorneylnreasonably delay- request or an ex
whin the it BCar% 8- Bmen't giin direct p' p aon. .tghe affi of U.S. Attorney Philip th report. said.



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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Street Panamai
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colo6n


Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

Morrison's
fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Sal6n de Belkeza Americano"
No. 55 West 12th Street


Agenda Internacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plasa Phone 2-3199


SFOR SALE FOR SALE
S Hocusehol _l AsI l m"'n'.ile|*
SSALE-Entir -hce u.ed -'OP SALE 19' 0 Hudscr, 4 door
furniture. good condition ... ure.: d e. :e len, cond-d,
:.i x Piece mahogany 1 ...r,'4 ., .' T, \ or Er, 1c m Apoge.
set, dinnette, bureaus, C Sm o- Sot &FPredet S. A.
sole Radio. Coll 3-326. Buck Chevrolet
4R SALE-9 Ft. West .o -'-g .e FOR AL Old:mao le 949 4
refrigerator. 25 cycle. Gcd c- c- 4 d.- eto, rad.o Hdramoic
edition 531-D, Cocoh, $125.00, nicely upholstered. Phone 3-3213.
Aestnghouse fully ou- no
stifoati: Laundromat. House 84-B, FOR SALE: 1948 Nash, ehtras
SCristobal. Good condition. Good price. Na '
52 St. New Cristobal.302.
j SALE':--Westinghouse refriger- .....
otor 25 cycle, set mahogany end FOR SALE:--1950 MercuR 4 Toor
tbles, woman's dresser. Al good Very good condition, new paint.
Sconditicn. Phone 4-506. Smoot & Peredes S, A.
Buick- Chevrolet
S W ANTED FOR SALE:-195 Oldsmobile 88. 4
AV doors. Perfect condition, No. 53.
i MiPrellaneoll I 9th Street Poitilla. Telephone 3-
2950
WANTED TO BUY: Used tires,
smooth Suitable for reconditioning. FOR SALE:--Lote 1949 Nash Tu-
seeonstructOra Nacionol S. A. No dor Custom, radio, bed, overdrive
7, Peru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406; & more. Was $2,900.00, no.
Panama. $995.00. 163 Pedro Miguel. Tel
4-371.
fANTED. -Uroently. Modern, uh-.- --
furnished apartment, two bedrooms. I OR SALE:--19'0 Packard, 4i door.
*Bella Vista. El Cangrelo. Or fur- U;trpmatic drive, like new. Must
_Vnihed tVo monik. maximum $200 be seen to appreciate.
Smoothly. FEG. -0, .'136, Panamao, Smoot & Parade S. A.
*R. P. __ Buick Chevrolet
*&ANTED -Three bedroom house or FOR SA L
W-. ortmhent ,th seroanis quarters F JS L.L
,"Ir American familv permanently Real Estatule
.In Panama. Call 3-2144.
.iTNED a job as cook. Have first FOR SALU--Lot, 800 square meters.


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10.059 MelO6hde AN e-Phone 255 6ol6n

Propaganda, S.A.
"H" street corner btudlapte St.
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MISCELLANEOUS
Do you lave a drinking prUmi
Write Alsebeuis Ameameoms. B11
2011 ALesm. C. Z
Eureka. S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
Jusr around the corner of 'J" St .
announces Our new Lamp Shade
Service. We con now make to order
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover
your old one at low prices.
REPAIR & REFINISH bamboo furni-
ture, guaranty for one year. We
sell used mahogany furniture.
Front of Balboa Garden" "Jim-

GOVIRMINT EMPLOYEES
U. S. CITIZENS N& N.F F.I. METING
POSTPONED UNTIL JANUARY 19.
JANUARY
Michael Morkweed, rewroimting Hlq.
NFFI will report good mwe from
Washingtonn matters of vil aim--
terest to all overseis employee. 3B
sure to be at the CHIVA CHIVA
Clubhouse at 7:30 p.m. Monday
Show that you appreciate h t
NFFE is doeen and give your active
support so It can contInue. For in-
formation phone 13-6196 after 4
LOCAL 595. NATIONAL FPIDRA-
TION OF FIODERAL IMPLOYNS.,

FOR SALE
Mineeaneaenq
Now you too. can afford a T6UR
IN IL' OPE. 29 glorious days. six
counin.'s, hotels. meals and sight-
eeingn only $370 00. Transpor-


RESORTS
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Except week-ends N
PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. rhe
only court in Santa Clare with an
Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
to beach. Rock Gas. refrigeration.'
barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
ama 3-18177. Margarita 3-1673.
Box No. 435 balboa.
Gramilch Santo Clara boech-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, g.a
stove, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gembas. 4-567 Pedro Ml-
uiel.

FOR RENT
Apartment*
ALHAMBRA 4PARTMIN;TI
rwo and five rem ftumisM and
unfurnished Opartments; private n
closed rdedL. 8061. 10h Street.
New Cristobol. Telphone Coe
1386.
FOR RENT:-Two bedroom fumrri-
ed apartment, for 2 or 3 mo#4hs.
Tel. 3-0697.
FOR RENT:-Apartmeht, livingroom,
diningroom, bedroom, bothronm,
$40.00 moantty. P a No.
18. Ram6e Conte

FORlKB(40


jiss reference Please call Tel t i rcer, rt arquu Lsrevre. one .- .--- *.. .
e f:Pan c! -4719 9 a. m. Te2. block from bus-stop. Telephone station to and from Europe extra
Panm .-4719 9. 327-J, Colon, after 4 p. m Calt Fidanque Hermonas or hijos.
.2 m. 5 p IAgencias Americanas de Vioaesl. FOR RENT-Furnished room for ba-
Tel. 2-1661. chelor. Via EspiAa. House Villa
llmenlFoarOffered Cor At. I (3 hue before
m nt For J onians Offered FOR SALE -Prono Upright Grand. lace Tr3 ackbefor
11II I I JI ^gas range Iporcelain'. 3 Pc., liv- --
lasses Chest X-Rays ingroom. Baby crib. Telephone FOR RENT:-Nicely furlshed room
C eustin s 916. Colon.- in El Congrelo. for an@or 2 per-
SHion Classes- sons. Meals available. Call morning
mons steel bedroom set, large
e On Thursday For Their Maids FOR SAL nd ror 48 Si hours, 2-1693 or 3-79.T
Scared Ciinese camphor chest
Mimeographed letters, offer- Mic fine luggage. Phone 3-1568 FOR RENT:-Fuiniihed room,.Ufc.-
't. istration ior rught classes, ing Canal Zone householders the Friedmon. en privilege. N, 34, 454h., "St
wll be given tnis year in opportunity of having chest X- dTelephone -4 namma.
SInslon division of the ray examinations made of their Position Offered FOR RENT:.-To hdyfurhih "-
Zone Junior College. will domestic servants with out1 Wnur w _ithodt
place Thursday evening charge, will be circulated this SECRETARY WANTED:-Experien- out nlSls Vistol. k
Roger C. Hackett, an- week.o ot fne Canal or- ced secretary with first class St. ",
today. gan 6n. "knowledge of English and Spanish "
hqurs for the registration aThe examinations will begin Dictation. shorthand hd typing.
m :O30 to 8:30 p.m. On the Wednesday on the Pacific 81de: Good opportunity for permanent
e students willU regia- dates r a& lr eas4nn"tons positron at good salary Wrte R NT
third floor of the col- for & nt c side servints will ,MANAGER. Box 1210. Panama,
estratiton for Atlantic be A ounced -lat* before January 25h, giving com- Mielae
e whe wll ke ace at the et ants to examined will plete informt;on as to experience. FOR RENT:-Locale for storehous
So the classes will hold others witmnhem whether presently employed, age and office, 150 square mters,. Eu
first se ssons willon Monday ated xa aton center. n- marital tatus. nationally. giving eblo A. Morales, Avenue No. 4
It. The sonl y cours e which w P examination center. An the references Inquiries completely "El Cangrejo, near Hotel E
..Te only course which wVlg Pacific side this is the X-ray contidenvial. Ponor'o. For ,nfornlteptiggoaE
ted on tnat date, however, unit in the Civil Affairs Build- Panonma 3-1292 or -3t371.
those for which at least ing on Gaillard Highway. A re-
udents register andf pay Dort of the examination will be rL Bi,, ,, 'h= FOR RENT: Office space. No .7
for on Jan. 22. mailed to the householder, toge- l Ian, B I U Dwyer 4th of July Avenue. oCall 3-2j2
C O aiM which are being offer- other with a recommendation, If t after 6 p. n.
SBalboa this yeat include such is indicated.
p .tiry, intermediate andi __ A l Church's Word
Rile secretariil field. 500 Ai-M hIke A lt .,,_ W r FOR SALE
.,,business and accounting, M H H I1 re m .
Eurges are. business law, el- 0e.J OI N M & .1 l 11 ." Mo 1oI1
rh. h accounting. boo. p- .WinT 10 MEXICO CITY, Jan. 19 IUP) FOR SALE ---R trade: 1-3 & 1-
S nnes gli a Fornier U.S. Ambassador William H P. 60 cycle motor. P F
emS Eng-l; i. mathIatinc rhlW m nvl-it. .O'Dwyer holed up In his bachel- Claoton, 5197.lfaer 5'". 0 '.,
ln the- id O ma theme alets:Oi e VeringCnlij c or apartment today and waited ___. '.
a rigonometry. and calculus' for Chl officials of the Roman
Por Englsn.-speakiine students PITTSBURGH. Jan. 19 UP- Catholic church to decide the
qieMointarv Spanish will be of- More than 1,1000 rioting prison- fate of his marriage. Bargali. i1 Pe '
Sred for thr first and second ers demanding a "better life" at -O'Dr an i Sedan, s pt wtede,
m esters and a course will alsoIPennsylvania's western peniten- lorer ew York model loan w fe or. vewy L o .
S offerea in conversational;tiary hooted and jeered today at rmer New York model Sloan Foro at- .
ftianih. Itr reverse. Spanish- more than 500 armed poll ce scimptn,34.uannounced Satur- SMOOT Y HUlNNI
&king students %ill learn Eng- awaiting a decision to move in to day that they had obtained per- l..,..
il courses which are sched- 'quell the uprising. Mission from the church for a -oth t.l
ld for both rlr.r.t and second' Defiart shouts of prisoner.siemPorary separation more than
lmesters. could be heard as warden John a month ago.
:--ngineering and s c I ent ficW. Claudy ended a half hour ....... b r I ai
atue will include: engineering, conference this morning w it h' Archbshop Dr Lls Maria
Ie metal. machine and archi-,state police commissioner C M. Marines Gi studying the cae to Geod
tural drawing, and mineral Wilhelm and Allegheny County ee whether definitive canon. Oldsaebe
ore laentfication and anal-' herif .Thomas W.'Whitten. Ical separation" can be decreed. Good rI
SThe rioters set fire to buildings Friends of the former ma or easy ayme A"
or PAcific aide courses rnd smashed windows last night of New York said the possilbi ty | UNN I
led are elementary psy- at the 75-year-old prison which of a reconcillatlqn of the couple | SMO ,UNNICU..
and first and second they called a "flophouse." was completely out of the ques- lth f
lEer selection and construc- They demanded settlement of ion.'
f clothing. 113 grievances as the price for re- This thing reached a stale- .
the Atlantic side, the cours-ilease of four guards held as mate months ago." one acquain.
fred are: elementary and hostages., ..."N ,,ouI
edlate shorthand, elemen-I Claudy refused to disclose whe- ance said. trNow Bill is out in IO R SAL
Ing, and elementary con- their any strategy had been map- the cold trn to et started sh nd
aml Spanish (first and ped out in the conference. gain on. asg stringg" Stu"
sem t level)tn of the' -- There were rumors In Mexico lrell
courses which will meet Zone Red Cross City society circles that O'Dwyer
S to 12 a.m. on Saturdays !had offered Sloan a fixqancla gt
s will meetonMondays Holds Annual settlement that include half of
ihursdays at either 5:30,t .his 6,500 a year New York City
A7:30a p.n Meeting Tomorrow ensin and a cash payment of .
annua meetig o. hI It was understood, however,
Is the bay. 1953 Bal Canal Zone Chapter, American ment had been made.
4-door Sedan. hard- Red Cross, will be held at 2 p.
*. gooeed tires, radio, m. tomorrow at the chapter's
covers, almost given headquarters located in Build- PFtaetleally giving awa
easy payments. For Ing 0610-B Galllard Highway, 1W1 Buiek 2-deer ( |bS
B l.H lt adjacent to the Civil Affairs with 5 ** tires ia ltd
ST HUNICUTT. Building. awer Meat e .w
St. Central Ave. Annual reports of committee at
eL chairmen will be presented and OT V HUNNICUTT' S.A.
matters of 7reneral interest will |oth St. Central Ave.
be discussed. *- gD. .


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A concert featurlWig Aredo Temporary exhibits tof Isa
int Malo, Hane JanowtI. fet- mian al proposals and w
delco Jimeno, Leo Cardona and carving art now on display IM t
1 lst U. 8. Army Bnt will i ntbe lobby of the
a e onewi a falr ui g ir Ancon.
iy nht *t tahe Na: al
er b the Crusade for. One tt nei the entrance
reedam, it was announced to- to te _i ttitld .Prot-
to th I i


0. aidddia W. dlon to the concert willI
Misee the ann asuent aid.4
t~. I wetr, a collecon wll be
.. dd theS IterdsIon
....,41eU ttlh fUnds of "th
,1, ,' Ci~s kl &_ I tcai ^aa~e for Freedom drve,
qMMgjlf ,& Invitis -are beng lM.ued
Ill. onfes of Panama anrd tae
PurOF IONAL anal.one, the press radio and
-. .the pblia In ene .

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Oil paint by Mrs. Itheli
McDermott, Canal Zone artist
ald chole heall from her shell
collection Wre q .b -MIbitfi at
the Fort DAtIA Pot library. ic-
,rdlng to M.- Margaret Shine,
arian.
In uadbik, he exhibit will
have books uh ll page lus
trations of 1C ahell and some
example of- PanamKal.Ora are
shown bede the painting in
which both shella and flora arn
reproduced. .
Whe exhibit my be viewed
during regular library hours
from noon until 9 p. m. daily
and on Sundays from one to I
p. m. The shO Wfw continue
through JMBy 31..

Los Cun4.s Qrqup
Meets T.in lht
To Plan ConiiVaI
Pl9an for Camrnta e rt_. and
for other ,dry easucn maces,
will be d1ioeWn torngt at the
reguJlt 'mlMlW meethga of the
Las Cumbrea i council.
b The. nra lI alo to oon-
ei.r thqe election of civic coun-
ci1 offilcera Wr the forthcom-
InR year. Nlocton a scheduled
.or the net m nthly meeting.

Red Envoy

S(Ceatinat4 lrau.Ptage 1)'
iore than 225 tripa, prhnarily
between, waahington i New
aork, that this county kiow
bqut. There W no tahmtt


includes maps frOm the Imthnilan
Canal Studies df i4t a pellef
hap of- a Urledt tLeented l
11 5 by 1A.don W. Batea. an eun
gtheer" RAd con tctor Of New
,kt. which shows thanto dot-
h aad hnner harbc x ana 4ar-
tifical lake dea the pesenant vi-
cinity of Balboa; a Freand Cahll,
plan showing plans for locksAt
]ohio and several others.
The exhibit of woodcarting
from mny, countries inalisM
Idols andtkUs from the th
sas; and an mntquLe f6otull
from the Oho Indiana of Paa-
ma; and E heads and fig-
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The exhibit will remain on h
display-lor*a month. having ttttgiEMM

Court Hears .F ver, .rbin
(Contin d 9M t Pge1) -Xndivld"tu

h em Maone
suerf clal ho T. ae
hen quUoned by the Act-, ta
ng District Attorney as to 'tt tip m .*
whether a Ooras media treated o n.
him by putting at band-lRd on, yrr c oto A
Mrs. Dgrt said tritelyy all
not, they wrId himg with tOry, thet WO
lots of gauze and tpe." pi. Lat.ima5
During his open In -tVteieent, w


heard of jr k.andled a cu aebe- rt
fore where men In unifor had

At one time. during the trial, m peon.
Collai. in expla4nif the wm* .,
an' ry=ter wien gBeo ,Mt ': gt
her usband w hurN ,said."lob the t
woded hard to et him (thee tlon" t
been married nfve year) and c
mean t- Verk ha. o, lbeq
him."
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Il. Ote Opened the rlb t ne a Citu b uety will o6d Its r g u I ar
, ble made & r n meeting tonight at the nh*- a
%mUalbtios asr12 dwtVlf5t Colon by House i Gatun. Anyone Intd-
qake. Mrs. b n W ma and r, atedin the study or growth
at tht tari n -'a ern Don., fo e os ds I welcome.
l d Mrs. "I N Srber n IM-
n )e" rne Auxletory MeetUa
SThen Women' Auxiliary of
tubnftHaMllh A!t margarita Union Church i'
.Thoma""t Band Sai MCLmtan, Alton hold it regular meeting at
t ht Mrs. aJons, r*. Timothy Ladd, 7:0 p.m, January 20 at the
with Uta. 31Y MES. N8=16 Nairthorne, Mrs. church.
. ad ank Mr. ,Jn Dovel, Hostesses for the evenOing wl
eu1[s. V W rM.9Mr"J H: be Mrd. A. R. Barber and Mrn.
* a. V TdrISi.'J t!Solie W. E. French.
at b a rJo. ncste Mheilera Mr. H. I. Tannin will show

on Ms jotce A.aTuorn oer enyc&e Onthe conclusion of the busiw
zie, Mrn. 1111a1m Lewis, Mrs. etn
W. Be EBrmr, Mra. Mddn Sell. a-n "ltt--Of
trtar ~r -_ I -- a hfold ita Oenerfl
4lowMilewi Club O
S* I ft Carbbean College
ireso n and will hold it.general
. ...t.. 5 r Dea Lt the Red roan BuIldind h
.re p e b G r h bCr. Cristobal at 7:30 p.m. tA c1p-1
e too rse. r row nilht. .
pfont sng r. Mrs. Coki The World Affairs OrouV.In
slat the VfdtlgI in Alarapte, in charge of the program *1w
e" eti. ,- (r Mt A ih left the evening. The guest spa=d
with Mrs 2u; tpleze ). .6.. mat inr will be Me Paul M.t- un'r
s--co-hostese Almarante where 'she Will at- trand, Assistantmena Ceraul"
tage deported tend a ashol of reiitou du- gsel of te Panama
ons heA the vacation to be conducted at Stop l l bOertono the- m
re" opfe by Georae'a church. she p .noft
Mer. which re- return next Monday. Caon follow hi tat.
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were:. Robert warti ;
Georg t BeweU, Ms. J3m
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MrS. -WAu Cw, Cwme
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Wi hold its semn -mothly
znethg today at 7':45 p.m. at
the COritobal YMCA. AU Ia-
torated ,blldepj arq oUally
atb

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ltaltlou Dance
The Cristobal Emblem Club
No. 5u will hold Its fomnal In-
augurahlon of officers at the
Elk.' Olub tomorrow .at 6:00 p.
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Of Unceain Fuluff
WASHINGTON, Jan. 19 (ftP)-
Secretary of Labor Maurice J.
Tobin warnedorganized labor at
the week end it can look to the
futprewith a "great deal of un-
certainty." ..
He advised management not to
licans as a "mandate to destroy"

4ery important part In the
i9terp economy,". sad
a farewell Interview. "It is a part
of our Republo essential to the
well-being of our nation."
Tobin. who bows out of office
tomorrow to be succeeded by an-
otherDeimocrat, Martin P. Durk-
in of Plumber's Union
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tellers in a'6hoI-the oad Stareet NatitaaL Btak. iMi Tran-
ton, N.J., look over looted saf cleaned out by three thugs in a
daytime hdvj). More thaaf i0.000 was stolen while tellers and
customers stood with their hands raised. The thieves took the
plonye in-'arg white laundry bag.


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11:30-Meet the Band
13:00-News
12.05-Luncheon Music
1 .-Popular Music
rjrd
1 :00-News
1:15-Personality Parade
1:45-Lum and Abner
2:00-A Call from Les Paul
2:15-Date for Dancing
2:30-Spirit of the Vikings
2:45-Battle of the Bands
3:00-All Star Concert Hall
3:15-The Little Show
3:30-Music for Tuesday
4:00--unpy Days
4:15--outh of the Border
4:30-What's Your Favorite
S:30-News
:35--What's Your F a v orite
(Contd)
: 0kHswafwlalls
8:4SLowe Thomas
17:00-Crime is Our Business
(BBC)
7:30--BLU RIBBON SPO R T8
REVIEW
7:45-Jam Session
8-00-Perry Como Show (VOA)
8:15-Fred Waring Show
8:30-Frankle Masters E n t a r-
tanme
8:45-UP. Commentary
9:00-Rhythm R11"eks
9:30-Muslc of Howard Barlow
10:00-Casa Harripn
10:15-Musical Intetlude
10:30-Varietv Bandbox (BBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest
12:00-Sign Off.

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PEDRO MIGUEL
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JEAN DABY. in
"DESTINY CAPTIVES"
FIRST FRWOCH PICTURE!

LUX THEATRE BELLA VISTA
"THE SNOWS OF At 5:00 and 9:00 pim.
KILIMANJARO" The Fawm Spanish Trio
The greatest of them all "LOS JAI.ALAI"
On the Beremni-
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"ROSE OF CIMARRON"
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"DREAM BOAT"
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R l1adioI Programs 9 lu AusR Fr -,
NG4A sIP (UPPWalter.
Iadiomal'9mmaKaslar, arriving In court to
lo a otestffy, thought he'd go acrns
Your Com ,ty m n mit f h the strLtu for ea cup of coffee
G while waiting for the judge to
O G "8 4 0 Wet Sk Le Ue e reappear. The Judge arrived and
re-appeared and thenelyd himou
Noel D. Austin. a former West in contempt of court. Th cup o
Indian resident of the Isthmus coffee cost him 110 and cost.
e 190.86110 Peopl Moo who is now a business and In-
Pa l i lurance broker in New York, has 1
e been appointed to a special com-
rmittee of the N. Y. League of!
West Side Organizations as ad-
problems, according to word O l ,
r M. reaching here today. i
3"30-Music fir Monday The committee to which Aus-&ts
4:00-M-udo Without Words tin. a native of Trinidad. B.W.I..
4:15--insers on Parade hu been appointed is headed by
4:30-What's Your Favorite Bishop James A. Plke,Dean of
5:15--English on the Air (Agen" the Cathedral of St John the Di-
cia Steer) vine: Rev. Charles Keenan. man-
5:20-What's Your Favoar itelaging editor of the Catholic
(Contdl V weekly America, and Rabbi Ed-
5:30-News ward EZ Klein. of the Stephen
5:35-What's Your Favorlite Wise Free o synagogue. as co-
(contd, chairmen.
6:00--FADS AND FASHIONS
:30--Filastone Hour Austin was the first Negro to
5:45-' -'elI Thomas be admitted to the league.
:- cH-Ta e It Prom Here OBCI SN
7:00-TalE ItRIBBON SPORTe IBBC) During his residence in Pana-
7:3-BLUE RIBBON SPORTSEW ma City, the 52-year-old Austin I
REVIEWsv somien mmbreofone I
7.45-Here Comes Louis Jfordan wa. a prominent member of one
:00-Evenin Rlon of the local lodges of the Inde-
8:00-Evening Salon pendent. Benevolent and Protec-
9:00--Jack Smth how Va I tlve Order of Elks of the World.
9:15-Excursions in Science IAt the time of his departure in i
F eeleri ther radial augog bL 90:30-Playhouse Favorites I1944 to take up residence in the
1:00-The World at Your Win- United States he was secretary
t i10:00-The World at Your Wn-t0 the Elks Civil Liberties League. "IVI
S0 mveo a 1:0-Tdow I sBBC)
11:00-The Owl's Nest His present activities also In- =_sJl
Midnlght-Sigri Off. elude the handling of real estate.

Tuesday, Jan. 21
AM.
6--Sign On Alarm Clock' I T'S SHO W T I M E TON I GH T i
Club
7:30-Morning Salon ,,.-
8:15--Morning Varieties
18:30--Mu Makers 9 anama C ana/i Jeaiers
8:45-Hawailan Harmonies
9:00-News8Greaory Pj" 9Su HALWARD
0:15-Sacred Heart Program B A L 3 0 A "SNOy S OF HIL WAJAO
9:30-As I See It aLb-Co o.n SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO
10:00-News 1:16 A :13 rechrlcolor! Tuesdy G1 On TheBrifd."
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PAGE EIGHT


THE FANAMA MaEmi3A% A" wDswrsmanwrr *AMILEERL WFAFrA


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Vicenzo


Holds


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S,.. Well, it's over-but only for this year, because The D -BO
they'll all be back again., i o-
; Likeable Roberto de Vicenzo, the slugger from De Vr enzo .......... 51,500
t'hc Argentine, did it once more in retaining his Pa- Snead .............. 78. I
-; na-.a Open golf title. Harbert ............ ..4578
The smiling gaucho, harder pressed than last Alexander .......... 300
Sye:.r, went all the way this time beating par and the Whmer'............... 162
be:t they could put against him, and when it was all Mlartos ............. 75
over at 5:15 yesterday at the Panama Golf Club Ro- Molina ............. 75
be-to stood at 274, 14 strokes under par for a smash-
.n-. new record and three strokes better than the BHS Cagers Play
Ji .
.'.. actually, the $5,000 tournament The rest of them went pretty Ther Final Game
ended as far as first place was far back. T F
concerned, back about 3:45 on Both Buck White and Johnny
,*the thirteenth hole. For it was Palmer fell off. ending 293, and ,(Cn T
there that Sam Snead. the lead-, most of the locals were out of Ojl J UtI illll ll
S er by one stroke going into yes- sight.
.. terday's final dash. blew up like Low amateur honors went to -
the rawest amateur and slashed Henry Russell, of Miami, who Balb c h i I .t
awry his chances in the deep fought off Gonzalo Saenz, of C- '.Balb High ewlclose out
gra' just off the green. lombia. Herb Mitten and Charlie heir 1952-53 bask etball season
C Jing into No. 13 Sam was two MacMurray to finish at 296. tonight at the Balboa Gym
unc-,r for the day and an odds- when they take on the Athletic
on choice to better De Vicenzo's What few realized was that De Club ams. Balboa has only
totrl what with the easy 15th Vicenzo almost met disaster on then ableto win a single ame
and 17th still to play. But Snead the 17th. His second shot was this season. That was a mid-
hooked his drive into the rough headed sure out of bounds when season victory over Junior Col-
and under a tree and he couldn't it his a spectator and stayed in. lege. The Rams have taken the
n ma:e a direct approach to the However. his drive on this hole BUlldogs twice and will be out
hole. He played a low, hooked had also hit a spectator, costing to make it three straight to-
No. 7 iron, well executed, but it him about 20 yards in distance. night.
bounced crazily to the right when' .. .After it was over Tournament
it struck in front of the green Chairman Dick Dehlinger took a The last time these two clubs
and rolled off and do w n the! well-deserved bow for running match.-d shots and pivots, the
bank. such a great show. Now all he's Rams squeezed out a 40-38 .win
His lie was bad all right, deep got to do is start on 1954, with in the final ten seconds. To-
down in the rough grass, and the prize money going possibly night's game promises to be just
+ when his blast out just failed to as high as $10,000 what with as thrilling and exciting as that
make the top and rolled back President Remon's promise of never to be forgotten contest.
dov n Sam couldn't control him- $5,000 from the tourist commis- The main attraction, however.
self. He took lour more quick slon...There was considerable will have to vie with the pre-
ala: ies before he got on, then talk of someone having stepped liminary game for all-around in-
one-putted for a big. black eight. on Snead's ball at No. 13 but the terest and thrills. This will ltt
S [Ie went from two under to course official who was right on the freshman team against the
two over in that brief, blinding top of the play scotched it. He sophomore team. Playing for the
Sfia sh and just went through said he was the first one to get Frosh will be many of the stars
the motions from there on. there and made sure nobody got of the EBalboa J. V.. while the;
Curiously enough unlucky No. near the ball. He did have this to yearlings squad will be made up
13 -',s Snead's bugaboo last year say, however: "It was a pretty of all boys who played on 'the
Swi .i he chased De Vicenzo bad lie." Snead just wouldn't dis- J. V. during the regular season.
hr. e. and for the second straight cuss it...Sam got off to a terrl-
Fy e r he fin!-'-1 three strokes ble start on the first tee when he Preliminary game will start at
f behind the gaucho. checked his swing just as he was 6:45 and the. big one will come
Bracketed \. a dnead at 277 about to hit the ball because a on right after this.
this time were big Clayton Heaf- lady clicked her camera. He re-
ner. the new course record hold- addressed the ball, hooked into a In the varsity contest, Coach.
o er. ".id stylist Charlie Harper, of hole In the rough, blasted Into a Walter Mikullch is expected to
For BenninR. Ga. Itrap, and wound up with a bogey, give his underclassmen on the
E fncr yesterday lost much of: on No. 3 he had a good chance s81'rd plenty Of opportunities
' the iragilc he had in his putter for an eagle but overshot the hole to play. Having four of these.
:,on Friday when he established and No. 13 was the payoff... lads on the team means that
his record 65 and on Saturday i There will be more tomorrow, es- they might dominate the pla,
when he had a 68 but he still: pecially about the amateurs and for the first time this y
came in with a 71 to join Snead their prizes. Today there just is- May and TomDavidson
w and Harper at their 11 under par in't room on account of our ad- to see much action, as n
total, far and away good enough vertisers had to get in on the act. Bill Martin. Only along 'w.
- to win any other Panama Open .. .BOB LAWLER. these three juniors will be ab-
" tournament. phomore Larry Blick. Rounding
Here are the last-round cards out the team will bo either
" Harper already is being touted )f the top six: Everett Stacy or Ray Nickisher.
as. th.e one to beat next year. He PAR (OUT) 445 354 434-36 the two senior mainstays.
W got better as the tourney went De Vicenzo 434 354 524-34
W** along, adding a 66 yesterday to Harper 443 345 44&-34 The Rams will floor a veteran
ag his previous rounds of 71-71-69. Alexander 454 264 434-36 team of boys who have already
Chick Harbert, who because of Harbert 444454334-315 made- a o nare for- themselves In
a penalty suffered a/disastrous Heafner 445 363 434-0 local basketball circles. Headed
eight on No. 18 the first day, Snead 545 354 324-38 by Arnold Manning and Bob
fought his way steadily uphill PAR (IN) 435 444 354--172 Gibson, the Rams' beat such 'es-
and also came in with a 66 yes- De Vicenzo 435 443 354..35-69 tablished players as Oscar
" terday to finish in fifth place Harper 335 344 244.-32-8-6 Kouraney, George McArthur.
,1 With 285. Alexander 434 343 345-33-69 Carl Simons. Edgar McArthur,
". Skip Alexander, tambien. im- Harbert 424 434 244-31.-6 Leon Harring and playing coach
* proved gradually and wound up Heafner 335 444 345-3-S-71 Edgar McArthur.
. at 09 yesterday for 286. Snead 434 444 353-38--73 cAth
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Esplendor Races To Easy

victoryy In Mile Feature

The Stud Los Cuatro's Esplen- SECOND RACE
dor raced to an easy five-length 1-Marilu $4. $3.20 $2.20.
triumph yesterday afternoon in 2-Annie N. $9.80 $2.80.
the featured $800 mile gallop for 3-Petite $3.
Class "D" imported thorough-' First Double: (Rosa B.-Marilu)
Sbreds at the Juan Franco Race $48:80.
Track.
splendor, an odds-on mutuels THIRD RACE
choice, was off to a good start 1-Biscaya $2.20. $2.20, $2.20.
this time, quickly raced to the 2-Miranda $2.80, $2.20.
front and staved off repeated 3-Consentida $2.20.
challenges from Roadmaster the One-Two: (BMieaya-Miranda)
second favorite, to score full of $8:20.
run. FOURTH RACE
-Roadmaster outbroke the win- 1-Golden Fan $4, $2.20, $2.20.
ner and continued well after be- 2-Diana $2.60, $2.20.
ing passed to finish an easy sec- 3-Mufieco $2.20.
ond. Newminster was third allI Quinlela: (Golden Fan-Diana)
the way around with other start- $6.80.
era-Grisu. Petit Pols, Vampiresa1 FIFTH RACE
and Casa Buena-never in con- 1-Silver Domino $3.60, $2.60.
tention. 2-Porter's Star $4.
Peruvian rider Albino Ubidla SIXTH RACE
piloted Esplendor. The costly 1-Ventre a Terre $5.80, $2.40,
Chilean four-year-old chestnut 2-Canajagua $2.40, $2.40. ($3.60.
son of Oregano-Infanta Paz re- 3--Rinty $3.40.
-*turned $3.40. $2.60. and $2.20 a-i
.cross the board. His time for the' SEVENTH RACE
mile over the slow t r a rk was I-Esplendor $3.40. $2.60. $2.20.
*V 1:45-3/5. 2-Roadmaster $3. $2.20.
Favorites again held sway 3-Newminster $2.20.
-hroughout the ten-race card but Second Double: (Ventre a Ter-
,, there were three mild upsets. Ro- re-Esplendor) $12.80.
a i. Daid the best win dividends: EIGHTH RACE
I, the day with odds of *26.20 In I-A retador $9.80. $360, $3.40.
;ithe first race. Dofia Elelda's 2--Hurlecano $3. $2.0.
4 11.20 to win the ninth and Aore. 3-Cradle Song $8.80.
|,tador's $9.80 in the elkhth were, Quinlela: (Apretador-Hurleca-
ialso well above average. no) $9.20.
Jockeys Jose Bravo. King Flo-' NINTH RACE
11 and Aurelio Mena shared rid- I-Doia Eleida $11.20. (9.80.
honors with two victories 2-Pincelazo $11.40. $240. ($3.80.
1*qsch. 3-Visir $2.20.
SThe dividends: One-Two: (Defia Elelda-Pta-
FIRST RACE celaso) $121.40.
*i-Rosa B M$2.20. $42 20. 89.80. TENTH RACE
---Volador $3.4n $2.80. 1-Mon Ftollo 3 0. $2.40.
3-Avivato $9.80 2-Legal FProlc $2.80.





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Anibal Galindo.
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Earle Gerrans ....
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The mWhit Houser official res- not the new GOP federal em- o g
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la ni he ants nd personal comprehends the i importance a r
reveal the number of agents and Mr. Trum 'up toCapitol tion. d P en nd s. ct symbol.
min hae btperatien nauoved orom the b asic a ssump enti e on which I n
SexecutivsOe mansion on Penn- every R epublican gov ernment on sam wh hi
i n renumean lean e crows or st aon "big shots," poureInto tone ofwtg cMw ", t receptiont o e onfor M
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i coeone there and the appointee must make, he i ws okl byou ntrai lu
.o re tapt ud fors ,,e s,' j lu c o l td or eeto is that h d President he. au totraysl I 2rtefoe t dA l s ir I'
er attending tmH e inar gura- ens t c well-It as estimated ther ounldate da o .n thae t mar ,.ss t emtmat -
Sceremonies for Presdent- The system never adjust's to Abee of ll b D n



Esenhower they will take the bi o man.an iu- Jutabu eey ic o hees n acotdwlrDtela i etoo giat.i
I bthe h e mr n onleonaobe nearly 200,000 visitors here e twiagc sOitherThegrht wad- r,
etnbe, Missouri. and tips, compiled from a sur- one hooe tt. Propsotd l.fo
the Eisenhower family arrived vey of veteran U. S. workers, ntrwp
last night. They arby installa- should gethe new public reusedto
io in the Presidential suite of ser vant ebas essentials ;htn e lvel yu i :n d
Hotel Statler and move mnto for getting off to a smoothout to Ib beo o u forced toa hdeldo
White House tomorrow. start on Uncle Samsu payroll, whe" is also very proper these to not more than two persons, .seIne e tbI fro
on policements are to be stored, The absolute rme requisite Another essential is the a- Theanut ic a high "soecit t0 A atmed "t and outd
S ce oliemen 100 p to scribble your initials vallainue" on it. Word gets out bi nset. Anda. 1 '" Iret n Sto p
loed number of er sesor ean e interprt- bout is etence d before ti. dla .toe all .
ens- possibly the running Intas any other ombin the day even the ms- i yaio thsat e, d nine
there White House Is con- ore" and after. eof letters later.
neiglhe'emvill b oe r the "por Juse eT ebros in ,, or con th tb taker of
il House re bye thedby s tof and nb abou e o _, .
has been the Truman's Oobbldegook comes and it has to be initialed n o. every- tffom""mmec."t0er u a eo c a .arelpcs "old ntain altl-
set, several radio sets goes. But "before00 and "after one whotouche it. Prof iclen- late. Say nothing. Ht'se yohlsra wiils In c'sactvltob. de V
pi a anos. The Pres- are permanently out. In ract, ey in making initials nealy secretary r one rie l.'t slmpb.e ae.g..
trsonil library of some few government stenograjh. illegible give the chance to with whiD. written Wle of Co.e
books has also been sent ers even know what theI deny. having sen somethrno, mesages. hats' back a 4q$C1mu Stqco, an' n
l omeanbe a n igh t turns out to be better not to get yourVel a shade ao eeta
se e n n "Prior to" and "subsequent to have seen it which hp- from the whle thin. Pe l to Ia Itin t him,
President a uns I t be a pleasant, Ia q. up.
cnversation,on e righto manner to gie the o
AsHINTON, Jan. (USIS) Ite and in speaking to whethe There ar two basic treat- o deep meditation. with err. Pi;t I- ""










White House offiatkids i the government oial ments of the federal memo. Then, t a the whole pt. offie-or bett
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f or e wr tof rcor confidential matter, make 20 in a smber Vie: i
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have been moved"from Tbicassumption which d Thi IRe ter '
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last night. They are stay- should goie the new publc
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