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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
 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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01483
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dbir nrr e b. But, the listed int ins sele wdr es
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of -have v entered south r th East Ger opltin.
Allmy" iance utrizas, when 40 Gub population.
utied without muce to strike "There is no anti-Seitism among the East
o the' as n s people it tf," mid Wulius My r, 43-year-old
an eax the Ewst German Jewis ium and former.
XOM 41M lowb of tli Nazi's AlCiwkkxths 'mp from wlich
SWe A At hie iN bera.a mnwe totteed m i arm." --
: "The m dfiSemisfism in East pmey inspi
R agA l W e R aimm d found on.y among the top renks of te
;= Il A ti mmunist Party."
Ohid at the Pan Meyer and an other leaders of and one of the e of the
Slwa the est Zoe Jeut are now safe community there.
i in Wat Bertn b their lam- more than o
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said. "That tf wb y._ey are flee-
Inz toda to tea t."
our of the a Zone Jewish
leaders were pepit at the in-
terview. In addMbn to MIm
they were Relnmu Looser. hed
of the Lelpkt Jew& community.
Guenther plnger. baud of the Xr-
Sfurt community. HAd Dr. Fritz
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The Mail Bx is an open forum te readers o* Tih Panam Amer-
Sa ss. L~ette a ce ived gratefully and ae hanndled ina wholly cofl-
detal tn mae
f y eatribute a letter didn't e impeaient i it dees't appear the
s a dw. Letters are published ig the oder received.
Pla I try to keep the lettIa limited to1 o pe ualthb.
l a y f lea writer Is held Is s trictest ~ fldee.
Ti nwape assumes me reaHpembHiy (es istameatas e piness
Si n-IreseJI In letters Irom r-de n.

~ 0 SO HE PULLS HIS RANK AT THE BASEBALL'GAME
Dear Sirs:
s May I say something in regards to the pulling of rank out-
side of military duties. I happened to be at an Armed Forces
Baseball game the othey day and heard something that makes me
wonder itf I should bd proud to be a lowly rank soldier or be
ashamed to be feTring n the Army. The Incident involved two
soldiers wh being at the game decided to do a little good nattred
razztng of members, o the team on the field. They must have
annoyed this Oft individual who turned around to them and ad-
vised them to shut up.
Now this "besee-man"' happened to be a officer. He told
these two men that they would lose their stripes It they didn't
clam up. The soldier who happened to be Sgt, sal4 that since
he was on his free time and at a ball game he thought it proper
to yell and zas-who, he wishes. The officer concerned evidently
didn't agree and rwily dressed him, down. I'm ore that same
i officer wouldn't object to that soldier yelling it an enemy, anier
|'. drew a bead on his head. On second thought he might be upset
because the soldier did it to make him look small.
v*T know that one takes an oath upon entering the service tq
respect those put over you but that surely d m at one
S n go to. of all things a baseball game a. = or I' n n his
when he lets out a good old fashioned "Boo' for feart
the object of his razzing was an officer and he would be re
a, unded for It. .
In reprimanding anybody, be he Pvt. Sgt. A4 lre wha
have #ou. please remember that w still have edom ee
S In doins so you are belittling your fellowau
of rank and that is not right. I thi* at the aver
would lo all faith in thisr.if e
Into battle.. fhedoes wr ra le a
Think what he might think- up udung a battle thaw teld
S screw youup. I don'tthink he would go tru hell and ]tg 1ter
for you.
Sban on his shoulders. Take them away. and he would Uke a
' hIld who has lost his favorite toy. He would be his only
authority, and would probably Just "fode away." T *osb
fre probably all he has to cling to. I'm sure that this boy's fa.-
4 ther.or mother, who used to take him to the home-towngames
would really be quite concerned over such an Incldnt. k
Sp Don't forget that we are al in the service fw. the mn
," purpose and we are each oneof us as good but i btter.-
Sthan our fellow man, even in the service. Also don't forget at
* a the service a man may be a Pvt. to you but don't mi at him
cause he may be In a position in civilian life to consider you a
*; pretty small cookie too.
S 8o let's all adhere to the principals that a)1 really great mill.-
tary leaders do, and also the greats in good ole civilian life,
Which Is mainly "do unto others as you would have them do
Na, to you."
I am thankful that the majority of our officers are real lead-
er and are mindful of the respect given to them by the men
serving under them who in turn expect to be treated as a soldier'
under our great democratic form of government.
I- The Rank*a

THE "STUCK-UP" ONES SHOULW)D AK UP


r. torBalboa, C. Z.


Why do most Americans-living here on the C. Z. act friendly
and hoqptable when they are in Panama City and traveling
abnd b.t In the Canal Zoen they act like tyrants, are vicious
and hdOlsh rnd believe they are tie highest form of beltngl
created by God.
I betoeve in democracy although 50% of it is preached and
not practiced apparently making it not perfected to date like tele-
vision,
What Irks me is the air that some of them has. They act as
though saying or replying to a goo4 morning is a great problem
ad they lose prestige. It's a known fact that most supervisors
a bsses over local'rate employes dislike the Idea of even answer-
to a good morning much more talking to them.
This habit is unbecoming in a country such as ours. I say
that It you are to work in a foreign country which houses the
strip of Cana you should be friejdy in all respects to allpeople
a eour nation compares all natlonialtles.
I yOU can't coopftate to the extent of improving our good
neighbor relationship, then I would advise the stuck-up ones to
pWk and go back home.


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BY PETER EMDON

WASIINGTON (NEA)--SO
time early in the Elsenhower a
ministration, its best minds s
going to Have to develop a ed
aistent oil policy. No such polL
exists today.
The result' It the Unit
States were suddely thrown 13
to another 0hootinl world wi
--- would be chaos. It could le
to loss of the war for lack
adequate oil supplies.
Need for an American dome
tic and international olj poll
is made evident by a number
related developments:
1) Today's great hassle ov
the Department of Justie a
tlons ai in le nt
mong others, five major-U,
producers Stabdard of
Jersey, Standard of Califoral
Socony-Vacuum, -as Comjp*
and Gulf Oil.
2) The stalemate over the Ira
Wian oil crisis, and the allure
th Britlsn to dioke ttllmu
with Iran's Premlex Mo
3) Soviet Russian thre
ganat the Middle East and tf
ve unrest in this area. HSo
I g e world's greats kne a o
eserve-over 200b 1uon barrel
4) The constantly r t
rate of U. S. consumpMIon oM
to o ucts, when eua
S proved 8. 4
estimatedby Department of
terior as sufflcient for only I
years.
5) Protest of U. B. oil pro
ducers ase American import
o ,now running at.
e a day as c', r
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ealdent Truman's or
Oer Te'itoter U. S. .tidelands
Srigt ( the naval reserve.


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LOWder.n wher: It has PPUn
hat a World. 8 .


been given to conderafton, b
the Natorial curl Council a
recent weeks. NSC cmpo
Dt Vie Prtbiden a d abinet df-
ticers. As such, WI Amnericst'
top civilian defense 1d forel*
policy determ g roup.
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A o pes on the MiddlOcar
hapmat, Secretary of
Interior, was de ted wi the
lm to ou estry


Wtal. At
Everything in the Chapman
aper focuses on the Middle
iast. WhenoPremier vossadegh
SIran was In Washington la must
year, Secretary Chapman gsw
him for two hours in hIs ha-
sirtal. At that time t what th be-
eved. that a ve n ofet be du-

Today that to not so appardent.
Thie possibility of the Anglo-Xra-
an Oil Company never being
o1l to return to Iran must be
considered. And ih that Is the
out some fl- way .ust be
open toe o eo e eat Abadam
tfanery o Qw wetesr worid.
A l it: th Poo tbatBmua
wants meA oil roduetlo is lnew o cbw ss
to e only a million bar il a
day. It Is enough to harass he
no-Communst world bat notwar.
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eraian Gulf, ro700 miles across
ran to thmade CUp first by wtri
nd months, aorduig( gtner.
.an engineers wh ae bt
Loads In this area.
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Dies Aged 69 Polic evelt
LOB ANCGU Jn. mil (UP)- A s'A etleM a a ladies wrist-
Veteran theater-goer yesterday w
mourned the death or former
star Mary Mannering &AW one -o el tlrm
M north, 60, one of Amerlea's for the owner of the
great beauties of another era. whi h was fof"l r tte v
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SIN HOLLYWOOD
RT FRiKINI, JOHNSON
NE.A Staff Correspondent
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' c.OLLYWOOD iNEA, -- Ex- ry, Jr., : And his bride who are
;. e:tblucively "'outs- Like the ikrsi Al splitting ul... Now it's Jeanne
Solson tiln,. Tne Gerace Moore Crain going in for the sexy
1 Itory" w.il lenve Hollywood with glamor trertment... Rock Hud-
I" a chance tot A sequel. The War- son and Sharman. Douglas dis-
n r lilhn now shooting with covered "ach other In Denver,
:. XKathryn .'lav.ion as Gracet first stoop n his personal-sp-
Utkes hei- only as iai as her pearance tour with "Lawless
Speratic neuut skipping hier Breed."
S marriage tc, Valentin Parera and *
movie staidof n Doris Day's avoiding the big
Hollywood bickering about movie
S. The opeia sta t S temperament queen looking like the girl next
pt the sparks flying during derw. She's wesarit buckskin
lar movii eign Was the same pants for "Calns7ty Jane"-and
g alery- Grce auring the wears looks like the boy next door.
sataryn lays nter? I
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Kathryn answered the ques- grinned "I'm the tomboy type."
ton for 'ne with- Doris ,-plns a revolver and
Cracks a bullwhip in the film
"Al I can sa to that is wow!" when she isn't romancing with
SDark-tressed Kathryn is get- Howard Keel. But with Keel in
ng a weekly bleach Job to play buckskin pants, too, maybe, for
the lark and goes to the same their love scenes, Doris should
aitr-dresser Grace had when wear a sign on her back, read-
'she starred in "One Night of Ing:
Iove." "I'm the girl "
t John Wayne, taking the affir-
U ve side of the "Should- Bob Hope r words about Dean
ere-be-violence-ln movie s ?" Martin and Jerry Lewis at the
debdat: Adolph Zukor birthday party
are still getting industry howls.


"I don t think it's wise to "Dean and Jerry," Bob dead-
make a picture without action, panned, "bring a lot of happi-
'ram for as much violence as I can nest to a lot of people. Not me.
get by with. It's easy to arouse but neop'e. They have one oual-
qmotion with violence and Ity that annoys me-talent."
that's what movie-makers are * *
opposedd to do to an audience.",
S0* * It's Tom lMorton's quip-he's
' James and Pamela Mason will the newcomer In "From Main
Doon be hurling-a lawsuit at the Street to Broadway"-ttht book
mnglrsh woman who succeeded covers are so sexy these days
]amela as Mrs. Roy Kelitno. that It's better to curl ui with
They'll clainr she made off with a good book cover than with a
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pad one. Wrat else could you call next Gaitto tr Darrvl Zanuek.
Sher glitter-den smooching with She's a guest at the Zanuck
S ernando Lamas?... The torch home.
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Ladd's being paged by Alex Eor-
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Colette ri'gns supreme, heckler:
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FOR SALE FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
H nph(olo a -.'" ',***** Do yoe leave a driving raeh PHILL19 Oceanside Cottages The
Wie AllehewA--------- W Ameni-u-e e0 only tour f in Santa Cloa'a with an
"' R SALE: 25.ccle relrger.ior FOR SALE:-Beouti;ul 1951 Chv- 20'. a... C. "Wao oh cesny from allcottages Steph
lMarItn, new Weaoler $1.?. L.-. don. hardly used, perfect condi- Eureka, S. A. Central Ave No. I 3. t beach, Roc* Gas. retrigeroiorn.
tobal 3.w1e oer I. tCan. For demotration call or see Just around the corner aof "J;. bO( ,tM shuffa ord. Pan
SAobol 2311 .-_--- it Smoot y Hunnieuti S. A. 16th announces ourT new Lamp p ama 3.1.177. Mailgoi.t J-1617
FOR SALE. Cu'm-ade St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800. Service. We can now make to order Box No. 435 Ielboe.
nurn Ventiaon blind, or h,,r,goom any kind of laml. shade or re-cover ,iltorms Son taClara Beach cot-
of 12 family end apartment. 1524 FOR SALE: -1942 Buick. 250.00. y ld one at low preS. togS o bedrooms, reti eraoh t.
SK ntyou eatlow,1 Balboa after 5 p.mm. Good condition. Phone Abrok .. .. .Jbedrooms..
7K1 i oWe pleat accordion skirts and flore Rockgos rangers. Balboa 23050
SSALE: Mahogany Hollywod -- skirts, buckles a'Md bottoms to cov. Except week-ends
Sied with coil springs. Double $57. BI.,GAIN:-1949 Ford Station We- ers, button holes, eyelets & belts STAY at Hotel Pan Americano In
00. Single $43.00. Reupholstered *on.a, 5 gooeed tires, leather up- to make. Phone 233 Bolivar Ave Cool Beautiful El voile.
arm choirs, from $29.00. ak buf- hoastery, perfect running cond- 10123, Col6n. ,-
tets., 18.00. Dretsers, $12.00. tien. For sale of Smoot y Huni .- a Casino Santa Clae. Donce muic by
Wardrobes form $2900. Chno cutt S. A. th. St. Central Ave. FOR SALE Sino Aces. no reservatilu no-
Sl e.ts, $30.00. Straight choirs Colon Tel. 830. Aessar. Saturday and Sunday.
$3.75. Guaranteed 4 burner gas FCR SALE:-1951 Ford Sedan, ex- MiUfclltnm. aftomtch -- Santo Clara beach.
s t0eS, $55.00, and many other cellent condition. 20,000 miles. .. cottages. Eectrc Ice 'boxes. gal
ABMRGAINS IN BOTH NEW AND Apply Vinicola Licorera S. A., FOR SALE: By competitiv. b: es, moderate rter teox has
USED FURNITURE. We sell cash Phone Panama 2-1026. Beauty Shop equipment. For tur- 6441 moderate. 4-56at Pedro M-
or credit. Open every day from 8 --- their information caH at Navy Ex-
to 12 and 2 to 6 p. m. and Satur- GOOD TRANSPORTATION. 1951 change Office, bui.dng No. 24, .-
ds from 8 to 6 p. m. HOUSE- Buick Super 2-door 'teadea. oor Naval Station, Rodman. Telephone tOK RE NT
C .D EXCHANGE Automo- uphostairfay. radio o end 5 good tires.; 3339.W kE
bile Row No. 41. Phone 3-491 For saoe at Smeot v Hiunani;utn S..- ..--.
e a Ossal. A h., St. Central Ave. Colon Sodbids, in triplicate, will be ie- ij s
(J. F-de loOs--saT.Tel. $00. received in the office of the En-
S -SALE:-- Chin Cabinet. Moho- - e needing and Const:uct:on Dl- FOR SALE:-3 bedroom house, com-
*, ,any with four shelves. $20.CO. FOR SALE:-1952 Jaguar, like new. rector, Panoma Canal Company, pltely rnimshed. For 2 months;
After 4:00 p.m and all day Satur- _duty paid, phone Albrook 6207. Balboa Height. Canal Zone, until -u0563.
day. 520-D, Ccoi. __ FOR SALE-1947 Frd 4-oor wit 10:00 a. tm.. February 11, 1953, FOR RENT:-For,2 m" nths modem,
S R" SALE:- Refrigerator Crosley good seat covers and perfect run- and then publicly opened, for fur- luxurious resltence .in El Cnbfe-
elivaeor, four burner Norge gas niig condition. a. pyme s a* nihing oll plant, tools, equjip-ner,. 1o. For information Itefleione 3.
, eovr w th oven, dresser with mir- Smoct y Hennicuttt A. 16th. St. labor, services, a n d mtGterials 0347, 12 to 3 p. m.
S ror, che.:t of drezwers, single bed,l Central 'Ave..m .. Clo Tel, 90.Q. f(except Panama iConal Cor-pany -------- '---r--
i* dor tae of e westrs Singe bed _e 7trol .. T 0-- furnshed material)d, and for per- FOR RENT: Fumledconcrete
S.. dning table with 6 chairs. Singer FOR SALj4i!rnmon Sedan 1952; forming ill work for Exterior chalet, one bedroom, modern con-
erwing machine. Apply 3017 Me- KAi mvonertible 1951; Hillman Painting of Buildings in the Canal veniences, 1 1-2 miles in rrai-
S lendez Avenue. Colon, Edi;icio Ri- t'IWt-.Morris Pcnbl 195 T' Zone isted briefly as fr lows ion. sign at entrance, right ide"
viero, Apartment I or colt Tel. Morris ConveIt;ble 1951. In per- S:h-d le A.-Balboa Housing Dis- highway. Johnson.
S. 103- J. [ fect conditicns and guarcntccd, easy trict. Schedule B. Pedro Migue!' s
(IP|R SAL:" 5 piece silver p'ated payments. C'Il Mr. Eskildsen, Co- end Gamboo Ho' sing Di.tri ts I'UK Kh4 I
'. t o st. Call Fort Gulick 8-83 _Ion Motors, Inc. Tel. 2-1669._ S:hed;!e C. Cristobal HoLsing
SAE:Wetnghou- e refriger- I .9 BUICK S.-per 4-door Sedon D,:tr.ct. Forms of proposals, spea- Alvr
-or 25 cycle.'Set mahogany end with d ynaflow, rado sea cers, cific ;ionr, and full particulars L A N
w dre.; .r. lhorne 4- 5-4eod tires. excee.nt canditon. may be obtained from, the o;lice ALHAMBRA ApA" Im
a women es for sole at 5moot y Hunni-utt S. of the Contract chd In:pection Di- rwo and flve roN asPishe aone
-- -- A. 16:h. St. CanrnI Avenuew Co- vision, Room 336, Balboa He ghts 'rtnar'nhed ooorltW; privatee en-
SALE -. 3. Simmons fold:no le?, te !pirc'e 800 (Tele hcte 2-3739 or 2-2698). cirete gardens. 8OI. 10t. Street
ls.- wh mattre: :s, very reason- --- S-e;icatons and drow:ngs will New Crastoba r Colon
Sce. 02o--A, talep:ione 6-'.CJ. 1r-. SALE:-195I Chr s'cr Wind or be ic:ued on a deposit of $20.00, Isti.o


ilbe ud ,th Gneral 0 lcctr ccn- "- .. days after opening of bids.
A c' r" o-phono2raph. Tele p hone, 1S.1 CIEVROLET De Luxe 2-oqr .R SALE:- Deep frees- t high'com- FOR IENT: -. tshd room, fof
"8-62 '1 Szaan,. good taonsortat:cn, cast pre--;on aluminum heads for 1949. gentleman, It o er snaro.ed couple
R -- "-'--- u-h.f~~mcr payr..;r .. for -e's at your local. 1953 Ford; 2 1-2 H.P. ou:board without childmH. 45th Street No:
.. SAL..- Cou$ h f .-me, m. i !:r. S: y HLn:;:s n.t S. A. mor,r. baby car bed, bathinette 46, upstairs.
s,.r'ngs, $15.00; v ckcr chaise 161:. St. Ccitol Ave. Colon Tel. Call Coco. Solo 743. ....-ENT ,
lounge with cushions, $1.00; Ken- 800. ..... ,- f
wore cabinet-mrodel sewirg md- -- R-N --T---.--- -- .
5 50.00; wicker porch chair, H/."LY USED. 1950 Buick Super FCR SALE, One Jhare stock ot .
S$2.t; fo.* -foot h.gh fence for 4-dr 2r Sedan. rc4ii4, saot oC G rs Un on Club. Tfeephon4 Balboa
SA-p..'.,1$10.03; two trctics rrti- peed e .ls, eay aventtaeL. *oori 1639 offer 4:00 p. m. s OR REN:-L-col for starl
t ees, s.pen feet high, $, 3.O c~, sc:oot 'v Fdnn:uft S. A. iC SAtE--Late 1950 Studebaker and office. ISQ.squasemame.,
metal cs.er.ent tcL:,, 4 x 5 f3tl. n. St. Cent,.l Ave. Colon Tel. Champion Doe Luxe. door sedate. sebio A. Morales, Avenue No. 4
S5.0C; bcmbco conoe tab., 3 x __ leather upholstery, hill holder, le:s "El Cangrejo." near Hotel El
I' 2 feet, $20.00. Telephone FC." S..LE:-1951 Chevrolet. 2 door ttdn 10,000 miles, -1,?00 00. Fri- Pano H.. Foronformelntetleplh
B oa 3284. seJ:n. Pcwr lice. Perfect condi- gidaire refrigerator, 25 cycle, 7 Pano.rra 3-1292 or 9-3371.
F-1j ,LE':-TTo ccouch beds,. com- ton, lie n w. Call 2-2983 or see cubic feet, nearly 2 years re'nain-
p te; maho- ny te.~:o-.e ta.; ct /72-A. Enterprise St., B.b:a. g on guarantee. $125.00. HoJse FOR SALE-
S, h French phcne, chest of draw- L $SAE: 1943 Buick 2-doi G, Walkerve. Diablo, te-
i.new. Fhone Bcalboa 2-3173. S lpc:il, vleq good Ishape and ru- eh 2 g Buas&s .
e Waning ony. n:g,9 ccndstaon, food price, aot I'ow you, toO ot cnmafford o OIR SALE:--14 Ft. mahogany boat
'FC.'SALE:- cycle washing Eaen. Smtt Kunnicutt S. A. 16t11hS IN EUROPE, 29.glori6us days, six all bronze fastenings. Twj 20 H.P.
e'x machine, se:..i- outor. ;ic in Cep4l Ave. Colon. Tel. 800. countrieF, hotersf meals and sight- Wisconsins. One 15 H. I.\Lv L
(od conation at $90.00. Fort BATOAI": 1.946 Buick Sur4- seeing, o ny $J1/0.00. Trahsporto- engines. All stationary
r od co t t9.0. FBuick.Supcr4' tion tO on6 fr m Etzro*e extra. dl3
Davis, phone 87-485. doer Scden, ea:y payments, gsod Flion to andefrhElaNroe extra. f.d l metric 3-4 ton conoloe'hodel
.-e-tdi.;6n. For scle at Smoot V .ianque H? ` ?-,"-1'4 .s--. ,en-" conditoner all newly Oethp.
P- -;i.._.tion O *.""JHunnicutt S. A. 16th. Stt.Cetra! s Amer os.,d Vi.aes). Tel. Tel. 3-426.
a rr. r n u 'Of .yr F Avenue, Co'on, Tel. 800. 2-1"61. .e .--
.hAr European sale:- FR SALE: 1939 G.M.C. panel FOR SALE: Tropical fish. Pleaose W
Sman wanted. Hotel International, truck, motor recently overhQuled.j bring coirter. 5457-Dilobt Hgts.
mrm 602. $200.00. Smcll nctive hor:e and -. .--- --- -- i n L i
'-- new saddle. $60.00. Phone Balboc FCR SALE:--uortum, fish &'stand
B. '.ig-al Steamship clerk.o.ay typist 2-3753. $25.00. NeW bomboo K-i 1 sting .
'wanted. Apply by Written applica- -- rod $5.00. Penn Senator Ree 12- Ti la a u 4 ,
tion stoting exprr):.e Reference -1W9OBUICK Super 4-door Sedan. 00 and 500 yds. line $35.00. Misc. 1hr R
required, Box 3657, Balboa, C. Z. exceelfw shape, goad tiros end articles. 741 -D Enterprise Place. ATLANTA. Jan. 2-
--- --nil---- engine. net Sale at Smoot y Hum- Balboa. ATLANTA. Jan. 23 (o )-A
n'icut st A- 16th. St. Central Ave. winter storm rolled through the
L ESSO N S ColeoU Te. 800. Southeast today, bringln a
L- E S S0 NIScial warniing from the weather
..Why don't ye.ou :e d*: wl nd F.R rS A LEo J-and bureau that tornadee may oc_
for efirp m0A IT road cast Rpi r-w
ontyiun l a. e O.nl- $ d. 0A To RM Este cur in western Georgia.
poenth'. Call for eppnltmenO V jRHigh winds and rain we,
1t,53, PC.allm. fr p t-PANAMA CANAL COMPANY general in Lou Alaba
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Want To Durlo Madl Week
NEW YORK, Jan 23 (USIS)-
INFURIATE Voice Qf america announced to-
day that four special programs
ESRTRIANS? eommemortlng the centenary
ESTR ? of the Cuban patriot Jose Marti
wold be broadcast IN Spanish
to tin imerica over the VOA's
j shortwave facfltiees during "Jose
/ a Marti Week," Jan. 24-31.
Aurelio Fernandez Concheso,
Cuban Am bassador to the United
States, will pay tribute to Marti
In a special program broadcast
from the Einbassy In Washing-
ton tomorrow at, 8:45 p.m. Pa-
nA2ai Time.
On ru.oay, at-4.30 p.m. Pa-
nama time, Susanat Redondo,
f \w\ E i nugenie Fklrlt and German Ar-
i. iegas, csofesson S BSpanish
literature at Oohlumbn Univer-
J *4'ty, New Yorik t 91! W Pr"-
toate In a panel'disteln ot
-------- 'The terary Worwiks of atarti."
right tzpra, the knack of Andres Morales, VOA reporters,
It otrpedestria by turn. will serve a moderator.
r- ahnsrv On Wedresday at 8:30 p.m.,
"95- l*"p 1 "' YOA will oroadcast a 30-minute
4etraiu will try to ems tribute to Marti, prepared by the
& S*e I tis t b't y0W na united Srates informtation ser-
e'p bmck to the eurb and vfce in Havana.
p. nad. On Saturday, an. 31, VOA will
Ioadcast higlgia from the
ourteous driver a ion- Marti centenario celertini
, d pedwetriam.-If yiu -ew Yor1 Carnegie .
oartsos diver we'd lik baamdor Emillo Nufez Portuon-
k ow __ i 6 head .4 Cuba's delegation ta
00 h ILsle UN: Alfr edo ernande,
e *0ote dots.c Consurl General of Cuba in New
ir is the careful drivw. Yk, and othe leading dignit-
aries will kie part.

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m(ark" damw on vach front a and
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I -41 art OaOCIwed kittens.


OFFERS STRKUICTURES FOR SALE
Sealed bids will be received until
10:30 A. M., February 10: 1953,
in the office of Superintendent of
Storehouses, Balboa, for one lot of
five quarters buildings located in
Ancon. Form of proposal witi full
particulars may. be secured in the
offices of Superintendent of Store-
houses, and the Housirig Manager at
Balboa Heighrs.
FOR SALE:-Tw6 bedroom house on
rood to booth in nto aiio wh
go stove, ew Westinghouse re-
frgerator, file floors and IO we9p.
Children' switmiring pbI, load
box' -C d gym set over one acre
land. Must be seen to he op-
clated. Will sell only to peoe
with young children r grand-
children as place was dve d
youngsters. $6,800. Nonmon I-
state, Box 393, Cecoli, aNy
or 3295.


FOR SALE-Sonta Clara eihr front
property. Lorge flower. 4tdon,
SMany fruitbearin t rees For In.
section of house contact owner
(no agents). Joseph A, Forr In
Santa Clara. From Jan. 15 to April
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miles an hour raked Ne\ Or- 4
leau early today. knckljg out
electric serce In bftteredsec-
tion. Camn Lerov Johnson Ho- I
pited at New Orleans wa black-
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huslona were bding administered. I
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SThe Stud Los Cuatro's classy Chilean horse splendor Is .agaln .Ae ..
....unanimous choice of the local selectors to cop tomorrow's Team 8tadisnf .M11 .
ie race at the Juan Franco Race Track. Won Lest Pet. lS" 'es nS
The four-year-old chestnut son of OregUano olnfTts F Firemen'a Insuran9 5 0, 1.000 ,
ted to have little heor no trouble garnering the a m p of Baxter's .......... 3 2 .600 4.m-Csi m u
$650 purse for Class "C" imported homes over a mnie senoe. CAA............... 3 2 000 l gl N1 = .. 3
S splendor's main opposition is expected to be fralmshed by Blk............... 3 . ,
i l""no, Sir Boss and Piropo II. Because of a news sirem of as- Pan Liquido ........ 0 ,:7 .0 5-4 .Mbe Top Gles s- p -Tp
mounts, the riders of these four horses will aa be known -- . -5= eme Wild Jllt h.1 M
noon tomorrow. The other two scheduled starters In the Tuesday's ame Iim-
Coragglo and Rose Hip are rated lttle cha topatting Firemen'a Insurance vs. CAA s
S ,iran upset. (Potponerin
The Jockeys of the two longshots have been aonuped. Os- Wednesday's Resalt ..,. Cateede e ed.
io Chanis will have the le up op Coragge while Jorge Phillips Baxter's 7, Pan iqutldo 0 C- .. e Cadle Sev .. C-tMo
will handle Rose Hip's reins. I (Forfeit)
One of the most evenly matched races on tomorrow's program Thursdays Reslt *-Qo Vedis d e iy .L lti
S the seven furlong race for Class G" imports In which five of CAA 3, .uumes sel, .V
the seven scheduled starters rate an &nv. .hasee. This rae I.
*te sixth on the card and will be the first leg of the second daly Tuesday the regularly sehedull- l-i
nb therc nd a ed game between lremen's fth-
Another race of Interest for the fans Is the o Cla "A" native urance and CAA was canoelled I 0-i" CCia Wsis Imi teAiLsn atM ie
raee Into which the stretch burning Golden Tap is a stickout. How- f ora n. pwoe V Bald CsRei LPnee
w r, on this occasion the other starters are expected to furnish Of edsday Pan 1tquido c ^ P v Cb Fl-1e
stiffer competition for C. G. Muller's classy filly. not field nine men at the re-uir- 1--Ledy e (e) Veedevl ee Lbay Cri
Jockeys Jose Bravo and Bias Agirrne, the track's two best rid- ed time so forfeited the game. to Hamatr LWay Ce toe) o a"s 6e) L* )es
have several rood mounts and may book in some exciting Baxter'stransportebr. Wn v a o-d l n T
ino P.Odnltretch duels.o pick-up game ws a played tIn 4so Ta
Theprorrm: which everybody including the \.
Race "F" Natives 7 Fgs.9th Race "C" Imported 1 Mile umpire, scorekeener, B bby Bow-
: 275.00-Pool Closes 12:45 Purse: $650.0- Pool Closs 5:15 man, and even Ivan the bat boy
First Race of the Double One-Two had a chance at the plats .
8I-olden Fan A. Mena 112 1--Coraggio 0. Chania 108 Thursday afternoon there was
-olto J. Bravo 120 2-Beduino *B. Pulldo 115 q uites a different story. CAA
p-amesino *J. Castillo 109x 3-Sir Boss *R. Vasquez 112 managed three to one victory -
u..uan Huincho *J. Ortega 111x 4-Esplendor *A. Ubidla 108 over the Elks. This game was a .
S-Oex *V. Rodriguez 103x 5-Rose Hip J. Phillips 107 nuteher's duel between big John
eoino P. Ordofnez 110 )6-Piropo *B. Aguirre 114 Pistro and Fritz Cheney. Plstro --9
t aponazo *A. Gonzalez 99x e e was the winner llowino &on o Sea efA f t Jhn k r orb M-
I .aceD" Native-"F.Pure. $37. 0h ol cs 1s 8 on ballq. henev.rtheloser, wasi o s
Br $300.00 Pool Closes 1:15 2plntLa O-vpra ill fe and 2wi the runw ak 7 4ox mo0s
seond Race of the Double 3---Wild Jp e 6. Chani 120 Tnem
era VOrtega I 4 co-' *V. Rodriguez 103x .The BeBox Sre: Fieamn 4 1 A
onero *G. oraell 113 ta A. Mena 110Ss The ears 4 1 o.
z de Mayo a A. Ubaida 10 Phi llps.114 CAA AB B 2 3 Namea AI OH A
isca3a .2. Bravo 112 aP .4ks)414 2 S 0ils" 8620
ana B. Agulrre 112 11th ce F. Malene. b........ LincolnUfa 1- 3 MbIp 3 0 00
nate "N" Nveace "I"--Nptlves ---F F Patterson,2b .......4 1 1 0'QZj 4 1 4 3112
SRace "E" Natives--6/2 Fp 1, -Vendavpl R. Vasquez 110 Cox.- ............. 3 1 -- 0 1
re: S27e.2 o Pool Closes 1:45 2-La nea Alrre 110 TarrUnger, lb ......2 0 v. e ,1 6 0 1
:' One-Two '3-Buddy Bear) *v Castilln 112 Pistro, D ........... 3 0 0 -e t-dI" at, 0, 1
t.Ro Mar V. Rodriguez 106 4-Ladv Caren) "O. Or a 105 Polomask. It ........ 3 2 1 ',ar Re" a lb 2 0 1 2 0
it-iranda *F. Ramos 120 5-Ha-aplrnta v Rodriguez 107x MIRler. f ........... 3 1 1 T.7 L'. ab 2 '
aerreal ". Teiada x n ... 1ho 0 0 zxn rC abIU9
onsenta E. Ortega x IDenotes Probable Jockeys. Nicholson- rf ....... 0 0 e e1 O 'e"
onsentida Jordan, rf ......... 2 1 0 Tile sral G*etblc. r f0
flaver- *O Chans 110 Moore, rf ..........0 0 0 strengheed old o .o
Rom co *J. Cadon 105 Jones.E., c ........... 3 0 0 -ee .
S- icKet Jews ITotals........... 27 7 3 .,oona 3' a t a 1
m -4th Race "H" Native?--6 '2 Frs. I a r. .
*iwarre: $275.01 Pool Closes 2:20 ELKS Vript t
Quinlela Attractive prizes are being ob- AB so and wai ptre ., -
S1Collrlo *A. Gonzalez 107x turned for outstanding perform.- Chance, lb ....... th a mound y ave uo
Kalsan J. Eravo 111 anees at the two-day cricket Skinner, et ........ 0 1 run on tor a ued top .
S --Pe. *A. V-nuez 114 mptch scheduled for Feb. 2- and Roberto, b ........ 2 1 0 baes on whle' stig .'
' 4.-Escalerilla J. Phil-' i 109 23, at the La Boca Ball Park ,oyster, 1 .... I .... 0 0 dowa 'ters oot .sr,.aw
5' .--BDlagual V. Cstillo 116 where the Atlantic All-Stara will Herndon Sb ....,;.. 0 0 Joh'ny asso faog ef ; /
S6'..-.BiUenclo *E. Ortega 97x clash with, the Pacific All-Stars Copello, rf .0. 1 0 s. .s
I l1 Race "A" Nailves .. 7 F Agend.a Sears has donated a Hale. ..... .. 2 0
u Puae: $375.00 Pool Clo.e :-. crice-t bqt to q he player wl Murphy, c ........ 1' s .f. ... ,
+.+o p M+ ,.3 ,. 1 oaf
-R~ina Rol *V. Castillo 124 Ma I the highest Individua Chene p0
L--Wi'aha ,A. Vasques z110 $core in the all-star game. The T.ota 324. 531 ..1
--La.Lob *A. Gor. Ies ,jorans are now backin such wil- *Struck out fo in 7th. gae
4-. odep Tap A. Pr'',e. 11 1low stars is Leonard ,A 4----
5.--salria *B. Pulldo 116 Roberts of Lapn wc C. S e b. -lnmat-: rb`-12 "/:
h ,ae "G-"I- 7 eCoC nd AA .........A.. 10o 010 1 3 GftrC. .A h* o;
Pr.: ..o.00 Pno rI 'o.R 3:35 Bovale wards ofBed C.C..ks ........... 100 000 0 1 a s
First .Rce of the Do.loIe J ose Groeman. o one ded stab t W at .
1, .Pin.e. o *M. Hurlev 113 the Parema ,ity Army a a same moments a
o) F Auirre 114 Store. has awarded a tdsk en to rWfotd at '.
te nI) 0. Canls 1P06- et to the victorious captain of a Wlce by 1 sp. M (a) Ra O
etdor K. Flores 112 the dream game. Ke ca u
m? iA. Gonzvlez O P physical Director Parchment e. bi
I..lnne Head J. Bravo 112 and the officer of the Pacific lls near ea
S. a Terre *C. Igleeais 112 Cricket Council form the prep- F back of third-base. S .
aration committee which wilse- .B aw erar tt lS
aei "H" Im"orted--.4 1 Fis. cure J prizes for the outstanti it average
:S $400.00 --Po l Close- 4:05 bowler and each membrofthe i 1" sithreengr
eend Roe of the Doble Dartnershli that makes the most two, of te l. b
rtolle A. Mena 112 -uns. base knocks whoch ha e rne
bv Sol *A. Gonalez 96x "---tting dowon first-.Roe"
dl"Song F. Rose 111 Elders Honored line to beat th
tdo C8 Puldo 109 FITCHBURG, Mass. (UP) M pmple pA"A r "l doWoublsnthe tr4p
ea *R. Vasmuez 105 Ausa All, a local barber, do- UrMdtwo runs or hnt h-ay ad.ae 130,.
cided youLg, folks were en St at plate
It" Imported-4 /z Fgs. showing enough .onsiderato late.-"...
.:60.0 0 Pool Closes 4:40 for the aged. fAlex 1rthloea
Quinlela With thLco*peration of wI[ier hM
V. Castilln 120 eral merchants, he, invited soy- d% his j i three trips to
adi B. Au~irre 112 emrl hundred elderlayteorof fto.o histheem gtindsto
a Z amvne hx n dh ei dheml clol Today wll find t
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Jo 3. ravo 118 'turkey dilnier.'the
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States, Dwight Eisenhower kisses his wife, Mam le. From left to t
plauds; Mrs. John Eisenhower, the President's daughter-in-law,
Richard Nixon applauds: Maj. John Eisenhower, the President's so


THSE OWmEE TO THE WHITE HOUSE President Eisenhower,
standing oA the front car, waves to crowds that line his path
do f lvania Avenue to the White House. The President
has bt'.orn in and will stop at a reviewing stand to watch
the B tI parade which he is leading. In the second car,
aW;*tgto the crowds,. is Vice-President Richist6 Nixon.


Colombia Shuns
Josephine Baker
BOGOTA jan. 23 (UP) Ne-
gro singer Josephine Baker. wh(
S as toured Argentina denounce.
Ing U. S. "racial discrimination.'
wasi4arreL today from a series:
of personal appearances in Co

he impresario C a r I o
al e had cancelled
dtMnict wth Miss Baker be
I iae of the retnal of "many'
Coldmbian theater and broad
casting companies to booknher

Portugal Gets
25 Thunderjets
11BON. Portugal. Jan. 23 -
p (o ?-- Twenty-five new U, S
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B^! X a ~today under the Amer
IM .e s military defense assistance
'piogr., providing the Portu
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Government A

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Anti-Bias, Refpo
s WASH[D'GTON, Jan. 23 (UP)
The Gen~eral Services At)-
ministration said today it will
carry out by persuasion or Cot-
Stract cancellation a presidential
a anti-discrimination order ai&ed
- at firms doing work for the geV-
" eminent.
- e The order stems from a rm lt
. of the President's committl..
g*,eimient contract conna-
ance. It forbids discrimi-A tlt
by federal contractors
employes or applicants bectaLe
of race, creed, color or natlOnz
origin. In one of his last acts s
President. Mr. Truman sent
- President Eisenhower .a copy of
5. the report Monday.
o GSA Chief Jews Larson said his
- agency will make "enforcement
e a specific task, with a specific
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it -'it-hy persuasion or cancel-
lation."


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Senators
WASHINGTON, Jan. 38 (UP) of all hi
-Senate leaders of both parles which
predicted today that Charles ens
Wilson will be confirmed asU. Cha
S. defense secretary now that stall
he has agreed to sell his a,'700,- ate A
000 stock in General Motors Ato s
C at highjy-placed Demo.
erats said there will stll be oe
"sharp debate" over the mm inow abi
Inatlon and "a. lot of t 4
against it. SoBp p abliesws WS.
priatelyamIMd t the tw _U
would have preferred to see ho ,j
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draw Wilson's taaie.s h i
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For First Time
WASHILGTON, Jan. 23 (UP)
nis cabinet to the White House
today for its first official meet-
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sage which Mr. Eisenhower
called tor 10 a.m. and press -
oetary amelys C. H erty anti-
acipgatedrt sat might last quite a
wvile.
It wadeio ythe only appointment
on the Prelident's mornit theng
schedule .


The tat of the Union mess
sage which Mr. legislativnhe pro-


am to submit to C
oon pleas ne was one major
thtop fort discussion.
Hagerty said there has been
no declasor yet on when the
new President will submit the
bLate of, the Union message
autlining .his legislative pro-
gram.
At least one empty chair,
that of the semetary of de-
fense, marred the first cabi-
net meeting. It prospective
occupant, Chaes Z. Wilson,
has not yet been etfrirmed.
Als missing may be Secre-
tary of Interlor Douglas Mc-
Kay, a flu vttlm.
Secretary of .ate John Foster
Dulles arrived Lt his desk to
take over c itq of U. S. foreign
policy. shrtl before 9 a.m. yes-
terday ani m ly sent Sate
Departsn as at home
and ab an that hea
would demand the highest
' competence. selpine and po-
sttive loyaltyP"
The 80-wod -memage was
his fit step Ia bolstering the
sagging prestige and morale
of th department whicb
was a constant target of Be-
publesa e on g re samen aad
othmn during the Trumn
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Secrtary of Agriculture k-
ra Taft Benson also swung In-
to immediate action, orde.lng a
reshuffling of the department.
The major change took the a-
gricultural conservation pro-
gram out of the hands of the
Production and Marketing Ad-
ninistration.
Benson appeared at the A-
griculture Department at 9:20
a.m. yesterday. The cabinet
meeting was also attended by
Vice President Richard M. Ni-
xon; president assistant -Sher-
inan. Adams; Federal Security
Administrator Oveta Culp Hob-
by; Mutual Security Director
Harold E. Stassen and Budget
Director Joseph M. Dodge
The Senate Foreign Relations
('ommitte yesterday unani-
mously approved nomination of
Stassen to be Mutual Security
Administrator. And Dodge, De-
troit banker, was sworn in as
new budget director yesterday
at a ceremony In the Presi-
cent's office.
Mrs. Hobby, confirmed by the
Senate Wednesday with the
eight cabinet members, arrived
at her office at 8:30 a.m. yes-
tI rday.
Secretary of Labor Martin
P Durkin was at his desk at
9:05 a.m. yesterday and his
aides served notice that he In-
tends to run an early-starting
fast-moving department.
Atty. Gen Herbert Brownell
Ji. reported for work at, the
Tustice Department at abogt
R:45 am. yesterday and he I
brief meetings with hi top
hides.
Treasury Secretary George
.'umphrey also began his duti
at 9:30 am. yesterday with b
series of staff conference.
Postmaster General Arthur h
Summerflsld arr ved at
aesk at 9-15 ajm. yesterday. .
Secretary of Oommerce s
clair Weeks began his otfcial
day at 10:25 amn. yeteray
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TICTO. J 23 (UP) -
U. S. of.fla, gONd today O1,,-"p
Chinese moniaMflats might be sa' srie tt
laying th.' ,undwork for a M, aetM
a d w trial" of .- nose le a
Sarm aen ;down h as- stand.
der Ja .4The U.'

lane wasn es c g7.
Three der crew members
were ki en the p ane
attacked. 11i survivors pr- 5or
achuted be safety. .
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diplomatic situation. ...


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rent formally ed
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of murderinit are
laying the and

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