The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01484
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01484
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S Th Mail Iex is ops n o e readers of The Pnsaem Amer.
I-& Laen sre rselved gretefully nd ee handled in e wkeoly cefi-
If "eo eoeaiute a letter don't be lmpatieot i i lesm't appear the
ma day. Lete eare published am tlh.ade"r received.
Ples try to keep the letter limited to *ea page lmtfh.
Idetity eof letter writers s ebid i trtctest eufldease.
This newspaper e ume aM mespemllity fee tatememlts s epimieM
epe ised to lettens hem readers.
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Mail Box Editor,
Bobby Ganss is gone. Gone from his family, gone from his
f rlends, gone from the Canal Zone Police force, gone from base-
Sbll -- the game he loved so well
He loved baseball so much that he played It up to the last
active night he had. He played It then as he had always played
with every ounce of his strength and all his determination.
I saw him play that night. Twice he made perfect throws
to second base and each time the runner was clearly out never
had a chance. Now Bobby has been thrown out. Polio did It.
Polio threw him out as unerringly and as swiftly as Bobby
threw out those men going in to second base during his last
_,ame. Polio, the very same polio that struck down Bobby's wife
when she was young, returned to throw Bobby out. He didn't
have a chance.
It is Irony of fate that this should happen to him and _g
as in the very month of the big drive to collect funds to fight
the killer. This killer that gives no quarter.
Bobby had a pay-day the other day. He was probably called
upon to donate to the March of Dimes. He gave, I am sure. What
he gave I do not know, but I do know that nothing was spared in
the efforts to save his life, to return him to the family and Com-
nmunity that loved and admired him so much.
The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis is like that,
it gives whatever is necessary to win, just as Bobby did on the
field or wherever he was.
We should always bear In mind how Bobby threw many
men out at second base during his playing career. Just -as
surely, polio will out off the hopes and aspirations of many
Mtere tiltit is finally brought under control.
This can be accomplished only by science. A science that
will be financed by our donations. May we remember that Bobby
iav. hla all. His family and loved ones have given a part of
their life. The least we can do is give of our money in memory
ft those who have been stricken, and with the hope that we will
not be touched. *
A Friend Of A Friend.

t R'ditor
Sit s high time for the Communities Service Division
something about the adservice at the Diablo Clubhouse. We
good food to eat, but very poor service. Whenever you
meal you can never enjoy it.. Why? Because the cashier
SKmoe d hor time doing the other help's work than she
o hebr cash. She serves coffee, soda milk shakes, even
By -the time you got to the table your food is cold.
should be done about this disgusting affair. The
esp, e allg p that evening shift.
N W iding napkna with their dirty

ding napkin. I believe s iers

I think it is alright if the line is empty that the cashier]
ftM give out a cup of coffee or so. But Gee, when a long liH
we in ashe Ai a busy as the attendant. I wonder if they Te
Short, and if so, who pays the shortage.
-A Regular customer .

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leas* print thls letter in your mail Ox. Here are some fact#
o enor should know. The Clubhouse Division is getting
to economize by cutting off a few underpaid local raters.
ee is a suggestion-why not let the manager of the Balboa
be put in charge of the La Boca Clubhouse, and ap-
a local rater as supervisor. The reason, the clubhouse at
Bo could ave about $400 by such*a move,
These steps could be followed, In other clubhouses, and I am
e this woud prove more beneficial to the Division than the'
d loin force given by these managers who are trying to
their high-paid job. .
T,. wking you in advance, T am,
S-Fair Dealer,

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10 Bleaching vat 31 Essential
II Eye part being
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title 20 Stop watch 35 Domains
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As Mr. Ele nhower moved into
the White house his most aner-
getic opponent, the CiO's Water
Reuther. prepared to move hi
organiation out of the doghouse
in whtih he believes the new ad-.
milstration has attempted to
Which meant that the only la-
bor harmony in Washington dur-
ing the inaugural festivitt came
from Jimmie Petrillo's orches-
t's now apparent from the eo
pressed restmenj ts by CIO lead-
era, meeting quietly outf the
official festvies or the tfir
time in four inaugurations, that
a powerful section of labor Ji
ready to strike up much more
than just a few bands.
Comes the dawn, Mr. Esen-
howr will find that CIOlaber
will be as big a iMobleas any
foreign issue and tbat neither
he nor John Stehlma .wm be
able to quiet CIO anle. It i
given treatment equal with the
This is the viewpoint strongly
voiced during the gay inaugural
hours by an official in the high-
est CIO policy making echelon.
The position of Reuther and
his colleagues Is this:
Their is no desire in CIO to
hustle into conflict with Mr. 211 1
enhower until he at least learns
how to find his way to the Lin-
coln room and the Oval oom
and has a complete Cabinet-
some of whom, by the way he
has met for only a few hours In
Within a few weeks, however,
the CIO will unleash an gr
sive opposition movement to the
President which Will mtcoh In In-
tensity if not in lWal o-
anee rin, It pre-e t cri-
cism of theRpui Prty
and its new chief eggutive.
ReAson is CIO's dermnnnatiO9
not to be ignored. Its leaders feel
It la a factor which must be giv-
on equal conaideatmon in the
White House's dealings with la.-
typical of this attitude is the
reaction of CIO leaders to a story
which made the rounds for al-
most a week starting with Thurs-
day. Jan. 1l That day Washing- .
ton insiders learned that Mr. is. 11
enhower would hold over John 8
Steelman. who was Franklin
Roosevelt's labor trouble-shooter C
and Harry Truman' Assistant ri
President. n
Washlngte eleeles bussed ti
with the prt that this was p
PteMat ai l5.i.-. ladies y
tio to CIO PreeMeat Reuther
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By Frederick C Otbpn

WASHINOTON-Our subject today the bit- W even gre
ar coffee of Rep. T B. urts, ub. F roa
ca from Webst r s, Mo. e t- w
The situation. 4hettle e7 doen
urtis figures the of raa
Is pould be o out oft
esses, from rotft ow n1
ring to al soa t ee .
ayer ten (with a,. B) oluar a Ae
ear. t
That woolAilee te budget. Any other bi' a
ons chopp the U hse and there could
o to lower* el
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mani.There wore nd objections to
SteOdman, I want to add. lest "Just 10 opertO like
th lines start a new fehd. d0ow would save One
n passing it should be report- fasdinated conferees.
e that when news broke of ten billdns"

. *AaFL Reublican Wyf inton ohe 4fo
l0hod thei received a lot otf gutnIs
p olleague. Dick rals about how oeu iit
bay, head of the AFL Buiding dier good coffee."
Trades to the Republican Nato All he knew, o he adI, wa
al Committee.All he knew, he sid was A
Gray told one executive there wives had the chalice to
that he would virtually boycott mercial coffee instead f the
the White.House while Oteelman they nearly.always did.
remained. However, there was & If the Army got all the war
feeling that John's re-appoint- business. Rep. Curti contlil
ment had some value, for Steel-
man Is close to John Lewis.
Of si Ificance equal to all this
is the I's growing resentment
against theL An for "going t
al1neAj I

Despite talks of peace and
antyw between the two mm-
moth labor qrgaabatlo iFL
FreenS Ger ean ,
bees deplng directly with Mr.
Rtishower, Sen. Taft and oth-
or Lepmbllean Congressonal
SNder--perseoany and with-
out consulting or nfforang
Reuther 6r the CIO.
80, just as the clash is coming
between the CIO and the admin-
Istratio:, it was said, a feud is
developing between the AFL and
It is being said in Reuther's

are at the heart of Amerlesa' do
fense efforts and civilui pr0t
To run an administraibRi with
out representation troi thee
unions, means that the Wh##
House cuts itself off fr tha
men who are really at
tion's vortex. It cant b d tlo
CIO says.
After the IMst inaugural holl
day hangover is loaded eati
homeward-bound tranhontlne.
tal trains and planes, this p
lem will become one Of Mr.
enhower's first headaches.

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HARTFORD, Cona. (P) .
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lO-day jail sentMee Instead a4
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Sey has annojnced he
hoflbdd freqmt ney coaper-
mnu and enttar Mr. Tru-
rau's pralo 'of permilttng
whe .open0 qitubazlng.
:ie also ba uid cabinet
members will atten nwe cen-
fc foer quesntidiag) when
sPenva re t ed.
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Por sedaierttd o tar the
9==e. Recommendaans
were ade by the eal Iotaetn
Selectan Committee which Is
0 of the Supel bntendent
of t Mod, W E l goeer,
& uin-t ceoa Counsel,
wie n lce Kagineer and
Training Officers of the .Person-
nel Bureau.
The Career Development Pro-
gram will a4rt Feb. 2 In Wash-
ngton and will-continue to Jpne
Wilder" har held his present
position since last August and
was a teacher at the Balboa
Junior and Senior HZih Schools
for about six year before that.
He was employed in the censor-
ship office of the Poqtal Service
at Cristobal and Balboa before
bis employment by the Canal. Be
Is a graduate of the VnIversity
of joulsvllle and Southern Theo-
logical Seminary and has done
graduate work at the University
The Cat eer Development Pro-
gram is dealsgned to broaden the
experene and competence of
outtandin career employes in
the fields of eneralI administra-
Zon. It f@. &aiited to personnel
who have given evidence of per-
Ponal characteristics and apt-
tudos fitting them for higher
level admialstrtive positions
la the Federa1 Service.
The training costs of work
asiglnmenta, research projects,
group discussions and academic
t T 'i'red
MMPHIS~ .enn. (UP)--Mlss
3arzl Davenport wondered if
the d was tired of music. It
eame oat of St.. John's Kplsopal
hurtdh here with a asg book
In Its mouth and buried the
book in the -yard.
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tOLLYWOOD ,NEA.--Behund won't be ani great women stars
Scrpen Won('-. ,.:. p 'o Alter Bette Davis, Joan Craw
nly veteran novie ciueens aie ford and Olivia de Havilland
mainning Inok l anoiP like whom have Gou got?"
sitle s hiii :il. <.11 '.ir ,.,r!n .
n g'llmlnitu ; .-' Susan Hadward is telling I
Because te P v0: ..ed Ioi .. i .ui.d that her hubby. JPs.
t lL Re :11 iII..I oil i:tni h..a b;..e. ma bust out as a sports-
In their vl11i nlak -*.i riLF .r.
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,rti.st, "ti aic APu oi'r. In,' n:.- Boo [Eiltuons telling this story
) is a nlie. -e. iu.l'- i i :I i. ti. E b'i Tallulah Bankhead. Hel
wol-id nisake Ihii ar I'**' .i.i- ici .a' killed bv' an automobile
mUS. But io .-. a.l:i;s t .., .. an,i ith motorist tried to ea.i
.,they cAiLe it n i 1w' ni.king he. Ri1lei bv saying. *I'll be hap-
1. ti :P ',: -a '! -, 'o . 0 1, ls '%1i replace %our dg'
So. N~ 't, a' .- .. t, i.-.l 'c :..n "r" !,il: siarled back. Don't
th ,p -e i .r li rll. i I ,I'l,.1I' J. |,li. e l .
thi ar. of rni,t -lip Bill 1i.' LtOll
j irL s L ion I r.rLc-, '-' t'1i Tir' t till i.Jk of a o ,cist-
itantoiln tIto tl' i w-rinklnie. ncl ti-oast, TV pioRram for the
linis "iilh i it *i. .-'li ainnaiiI Academi Aw aids
rank l r. Barnal m.-dii- r'; rh l 19 But the bie maioi
W\ck. to v, hon. he-. applvip, the l;tidilos. I hcar. are turning
po de tili: irA' All I Delhe" as thumbs do n on the i'.-a
one r:..kei cii .. .-i '.li l as i.- .
tain 1li2r h, ,o.inger-ihani- 'Oli- Va.' Ticket a mnvie
pringtime l -,r: cuaed on the subject of drug ad-
diction b adolescents. will
"She doesn't ao in for heavy blame their parents. 'i1m Price,
Make-up." he said. -She leaves huoby of Anne Francis, is the
It Al to me. I give her a little producer.
pe.der and shading over the; "I try to show that family ten-
ys and she looks terrific." i sions precede the, dope habit in
S.a * adolescents and give Ahem a
".b Hope was offered $10.000. psychological tendency toward
dtng to Quick Magazine, if narcotics," Price told me. "It's
hid is wife would appear at not a popular theory. But I
tty in New York City. Bob don't think that happy, .well-
bd-b'acl: ,adjusted youngsters with good
can't shake it. Can't I 'phone family relations fall prey to nar-
$f5dOO?" cotics, even when theyr'e ped-
died around the high schools.
HAS A POINT The weakness starts earlier-at
it can be told that Bar- home."
aytdn's first studio bio-
Swritten by the pu blicit UTH MILETT Says.
ment. listed her favorite RUTH MILLEI Says....
as ,petit-point." Taen '
all those ne.vspaper head-
Land th, fellow who wrote Writes a young wife who Is
still blushing. going to be unhappy all of her
|* * marriedd life unless she chAnges
STayoe It's information that her attitude: "It I could only be
gs in a medical journal, sure of my husband's love I
a Hollywood plastic. surgeon! would be happy. But how can a
finished building up a star-1 woman be sure that her husband
'derriere with pliable plastic will always love her?"
rial that feels like skin... She can't. But then she can't
ard Conte has optioned a be sure of anything else in life,
Vet "Prince. Bart," for conver- either.
Into a stage play and a
vle. It's about a movie idol But the fact that life isn't cer-
e didoes are highly recog- tain shouldn't cause unhappi-
1- :ness. Nor should a woman whose
i * husband loves her today, worry
er proof of the Agnes over whether or not lhe will still
'head-Robert Gist secret love her five years from now.
ae: Paul Gregory will co- No one can be happy In the
as "Those Fabulous present Af 'he Is continually
in a nation-wide worrying about the future.
SI 1954. Agnes will do And certainly the-quickest way
tileni of "Sorry. Wrong to kill a husband's love is to con-
4 9as Bart of the show. stantly doubt it and worry for
* I fear it won't last.
t a well-known So quit ielng fearful of to-
Relebrlties morrow a.d .e a happy as you
floor to cean today.,'
.IU lliilt^ v affair. R .A* I' -*
,l coaxfnte Producer IRESENrT APPINESS
rYax wa# hauled up, 'INSURES FUTURE BLISS
quick bow. and mumbled,
S to be here' brit I have no After all, that is the greatest
t.-IThahk yu." insurancevou havvffor futtire
as Jo, returned to h happiness, the fact that you' are
S 'a drunk looked up. 4p- happy right now '
ad madly a n d yelled. If you are so concerned with
more, more!" holding your husband's love that
.. ... you aren't conlnt in having it.
THE GIRLS It isn't worth a great deal to you.
.. It Is a sourcee of worry rather
Producci Alex Gottlieb is turn than a source of happiness.
10 cartwheels over the emoting
f Ale Baxter In "The Blue' But don't think you are alone
A&nLma"' and vowing that in your warped attitude. Women
M"a great actress who's been have been made so conscious of
in men's stories for the necessity of holding their
;* husbands that a lot of them
*.e producer's big argument never know the contentment of
wti.i Ho lywood: accepting what they have with-
1 If" we don't start writing out worrying about trying. to
wemen's stories again. there hang on to it.

"SHHH-IT'S NO BOLONEY"-"Sultana," cattlest gossip of the
zoo at Bologna, Italy, gives the too's doggy mascot an earful of
gorsip that's as spicy as the famed Bologna sausage. Probably
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t"tMr M .cSS Mary Cain. the date n or-

ChurShill were the other prin th for the
winners. aFCC sawed the ch o r e
te.Mrs. I BSanders, Br., was e- from the lock and went back
Seant as Ra guest, with eighteen cato of the summlt
-.Ie adeflee the government
Atastle ie Leadersoi jail her, contending thaa
K Atteame. i. Couot ac ial security tes are ellsga
A roup of Atlae Side Girl and un-American. A
ae ouon LDaders a taded the Today, commenting on 7:
wfourt annual mei ng of Ltw noch's .announcement, sh satd Jan. 24:--UP-
S.th pa u' Girt BrL &0outot. wmatthw hwas w she would wait for the next ayKhan made
e lwore3 iid the Amertan Legi Ptep by government officials. -clear td he much
.Withre oes t Clu b a Amador Wednesday. I dnl~tbt ouwhat the r Hemore ltex t screen star
Pon aSstomeebar:ose mae t-he .tneptre: o hof an Thursday be- that. his gamoroatre wife,

wrj. ahey Cuter, ts. nocha ied. a wrd were fanned anew todywo s by
S"P. g nr ? W assm lDa,se NMsa.. Wa Iter w.- statement ktdav o U- and one yore tn Reno en d: "I
Mm? Una So tP wlo ser al.. ha %_ *A M... PeO.iNt is sor shebReports ot the rman e of

Prter Rs m. leA Nash.h Mratr P ende rined government enorce enTierney
hat.bGtrabseIke memo Mrs. umberto Leignadler from He also disclosed that a as- Pressed for amplification. tho a
ylte ap rsl.t dof .B.a o d sloMrsr. mJoseph r -otatement for the t a w s made Prince ref ied to say whether
,bth P. ,. i.a' Mrs. .. V. Buyer, Mr*. 3. A. on Miss Mary Lou Su4ler. niece Miss Tlerne lia expressed
C Ut, r. Mr. l" ndter, Mrs. r ot d op, of Mrs. Ca in to wha'd the edli ire to mant rronce her any
Bart wsr A 8. g M ,j^ Rar C Stephen Rsnt Mh r s. _WON` ing that the matter has been to ore than she w'ankts to

a' a. Lb a r. Cs. T. Mattrcews w R.*R. tor deeded the title of the ties with Mss Haywerth are
U16. li"u- emte Slk.t.-- Thomas berto LeW.i aler f m newadisap losed that her tax ressed for platincut.
teS 1h0n It ra 16 -_itr0.6, Mtrs.ques ph MrB.& W men t fo r the tw mlde Prilne refes.u dto Say whether
r*.Irght, Jr er. The liability LMI lowr L r. e M shrugged off nquir ees a-
Mr. Wiliam .lw .ter TMr.V.CE.3t2 e of Mrs. Cavn, to whe the edCi desir tonlh irrym once his
Mrnd 0d..T. NfMtthows, Mrs. I. A.1 tor deeded the ti paofy the lies with H ayworthare
S hs0* ', Thomas MrsW. F.Mr.lMu, newspaper d ur. I g her tax cut.
or4m. 0.rsL N*} M. transfer of a property from the Lost his bIoken romance with
ccSat C hI So lt nocha sa d. asit to Reno this week-end, pre- .
"i,31atC sett Navya nd Ma w. tansf M transe tht.an-hired R a h 1 j
Ast. Mlsted Navy and Mari Mrs. Cala sold MEnoeh "can't sumably to obtain a divorce:
| Wives Club has been t make the Sun liable for tales "I don't know anything a-
a.t the Coco which I owe. This is Mary bout that," Aly said. "Nobody
tfa. R.. I Il. The first 1ain's *"personal affair" MY tells meanything about it.'
rs.' .ow E"-. ., held Uanuary 15 &St calece sl a minor and the paper
Sr t wbch has pak Its tak. If he wants to Rivieri goip has linked Aly
fficets were- collect this taz, he'll have to Miss Trney romantical-
tMr R take me." ever iENew Year's Eve
SM ra. Cain dilosed that Re- the P ed a mid
Its"4bes a e rotar& LA venue agerts served new papers ~ rMnon' shapely mo-
t- A.. a 0, F Tu- .ll; eurer. Mrs. on Miss Butler last Mo n d a y. atby In-
mc c.o. t la- arie Taulman. Commi, teThey gave her mad Mrs. cain nlftess at
coffee table heo a l I Aren Publicity, Mrs. AgR s0 days In which to pay "de- '. 60
e r in emth Decorations, Mrs. linquent taxes.". I "
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us-. Mrs. 4i. waint buy whoa tr sell
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No 3 Lottery Plans Phone 2-3199 Phobse .l414 and 198

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FOR SALE. Retrgera; r -. .ev FOR SALE:--eautiful 1951 Chev- 201 AmesMi C. Z.
S Shel.adcr. r bLuN. r N: ap as rolet Styline DeLuxe 4-deer Se- r e
t dvoe w.th oen. dres-er v' rr," '- den. hardly used. perfect c.ndi- Eureko. S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
;Tr. cheat of dra.erCi ir.g'e bed tion. Fr demestratien coll er se Just around the corner of "J" St.. S
dining table ,r, 6 .:har% ,nger it Smoet y Hunnicult S. A. 161h announces our new Lamp Shade
sewng -rmo:hre 'pPI, C0.1- Me- St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800. Service. We can now make to order
lendez Aenur. Cclon EdificR R FOR SLEOlder any kind of tamp shade or re-cover
siera, Apelrn,.nt I Or co Tel. SE 95Like O bie aSur your old one at low prices.
1a S J O l sedan. Like new, inside and-
S 11 0-J. our Low m-leage De Luxe equip- SPECIaL BXCU1 ION!0
FOR SALE-- p p-E ,li.er paled rern 8.-2. 1 FROM PANAMA TO MIXICS
too set. Call Fort Gul one way $85. round trip $13. 115
tea set. Cl Fort Gu. 8-89 IBARGAIN:-1949 Ford Statiea We- dav-l,.mt. $16900. good one year;
FOR SALE: -- -' c ce phonographi gen. 5 good tires, leather up- to LOS ANGILES. one way. $149.
attachment, ihree speeds. $30 Oi helstery. perfect running eo i- 15 round trio 5252.35. 90 day-
will trade tor 66 cvcle model to tion. For ale at SBeot y Hunni- Imlt). Panama Dispatch Service op-
be used I,,h General Electr.: .cn-i curt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. posited Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
sole radio-phor.n'goph. Telephone Colon Tel. 800. 2.1655.
83-69 __ GOOD TRANSPORTATION. 1951 Cristobel Coaling Plant. FreMob Co-
FOR SALE.-Coucn froare molln.s. Buick Super 2-deer Sedan. good nl Railroad Bridge and Misele-
springs, $15 10 w.cker chose upholstery, redi end 5 good tires. neus Ferrous Scrap Offered Fe
S lounge with cu hions', 0, Ken- For sale at Smoety Hum nicunt S le by The Panma Cenal Company
more cabinet. rriedl seC' A. 16th., St. Control Ave. Colon Prospecive bidders on above ma-
S chmie. $50.00, w rke." p.,;r.: ,a.r Tel. 800. teriol are advised that dote for
i.00; oi1r-flo;r high tir,'i 11FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4-deer with opening of bids has been extended
duplex. $100 o la.iO.in I 111 g eat c over end perfet run- until 10.30 A. M, February II,
eftl, se.e,. : ..egh. g ,,h t r 0 ine condition. lgsy payments at 1953
Sboserent table. e. I Smooy H unnictt S. . 16th FOR SALE
Sl0; bomb, ,conrsle Tbl. "x" Central Ave.. Colon. Tel. 800.AL
1. 1--2! leer. J i) Cl') T1 lephone
l ,~ 32.84 FOR SALE -Hillman Minx convert- MiCeeI l na.I
bible. new, 10 months ago, under-
'fOf SALE:-60 cycle washing Ben- coated. 6.500 miles, $1,200. FOR SALE- By competitive bid:
d&x machine. sem.;-utmo tc ,in phone Ft. Clayton 4249. Beauty Shop equipment. For fur-
G od cond-l.on 1o 59 00. Fort u Sd their information call at Navy Ex- u
D pv.hone 81-48?. 1949 BUICK Super 4-doer Se,4
Dv, phone 8"7-4. with dyneflow, radio, seat coversN change Office, building No. 24,c
|;TO1 SALE --ene,,a,', n ,^.d .I Naval Statin, Rodman. Telephone
O( SALE -,ernrer~a, ~r-. ,ch- 5-goad tires, excellent condition. Navl Statn, Rodmn. Telephone
1' 18 -1S 3 5-1'j. Pon- For sale et Smoot y Hunnilctt S. 3339_
t iy i 24 x 45 'L Un- A. 16t St. Central Avenue, Co- Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re

re Ne srobal C ge Cal 83-5153, between 4 nd 6 10.00 a. ., February 1953,
sure Ne2 ri5 0 C .E Ci. 8 5.5telephone tween and then publlhe once of the En-

00 CP nishing all plant. tools,. equipment.
MSALE -25 ccle Wetinghou 1941 CHEVROLET D Lu 2-dr labor, s3rices. and materials -
rigerotor, all porcela.n good Sedan, goo traspettinr, easy except Panama Conal Company
I l 3-2311.l dealer Smoet y Hunmicue S. A. forming oiall work fr. Exterior
sure -- eCristobaldot I ge, h. St. C8- eral Ave. Cween Tel. Painting of Buildings in thr Canol
000SALE-Retol 3ger -12or Coldspot I 300. Zone Isted briefly. u follows: -
Cu. celent cndon. CallF SALE-1949 6 cylnder Pon- Schdueng all la ls equip t. F
SALE--25c,,cle Wetirghou.e 1941 CHEVROLET Do Luxe 2-deer laob-, sar% c-es. and materials

i -gerar. all- -- good ec, two-door sedWons, ea ert clean t ct. cheanaa B.-CanalCompa

t $263.0. Albroo 6-23 Arnador S ty Huml3 utS.tA f orming all work i' p ali, r
16t. St. Cntrl Ave. m et lmost RDL U Tel. Pain 150 Buk Super ngofBuildin Canale
t. Exce lent condt2o 30 Calle 4-dgr S ri, sat ve. of the Contract nspction Di-
S -AR SALE 1 ri9ht-h4nd downstairs. god t easy payments. Fta vt. sRom Bole Heights
S SALE:- 8 1-2 x 10 1-2 rose a at Soeo y unnicut ve A. n Telphone 2a 9 e r 2-269i1.il
LE:Thr rug $10,00. 3 4 x 6 robabybedanacar orS. Cral Ave. CIntere Tel. Specifications and drawings will
fi r rug $3.00 each. Heavy duty ck0 be issued on a deposit of $20.00
UI.D 10BucSue mab

Steel venetian blinds $1.00 each tron, like new. Call 2-2983 or see ro returned w lhiln 40 calendar
S~l bed and spring $15 00. wood at 724-A. Enterprise St. Balboa days after opening of bd.
Sppst bed $4.00, mahogany dining FOR SALE-Dep fr
i tble, 3 .boards. 5 oak chairs. $65 FOR SAL: 194Buick 2-der e
00, wall mirror 2 x 2, $15 00. steel S eciel. very ewd shape ead run- press ,"n aluminum h .otor 1949-
ry table. $15.00. 4 steel nine condition, d prices 1953 Ford 2 -2 H.P. outboard
chairS$1.00 each House 5511 An- Smoe y Hlvnnicut S. A. 16A. St ,motor. baby car bead bothinette. F
c Blsd. Tel. Balboa 1693. Central Ave. Celen, Tel. 300. Call Cow Solo 743.
FO F SALE:-Buick 1941, good con- FOR SALE: One shoe stock of
R dron Four good tires. Telephone Union Club. Telephone Balboa
FOR SALE 2-0740. 1639 after 4:00 p. m.
/ ReI BARGAIN: 1946 Buick Super 4. FOR SALE:-Lote 1950 Studebaker
SReal EstaAtedr o e u **ymen d Champion Deo Luxe 4-door sedan,
PANAMA CANAL COMPANY condition. For sale at Smeot y leatheran 10000 mles,ill2hold00. less
IRS STRUCTURES FOR SALE Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central tho .e refrigerator -, 20000cycle, Fri-
Seoled bids will be received until. Avenue. Celon. Tel. 100. cubc feet, nearly 2 5 cycears re 7
'10-30 A. M.. February .. ,953. FOR SALE: 1939 G MC. panel Ino n guarantee. $125.00. Hous,
in the office of Superintenden, ol truck, motor recently ove.houled 555-G, Walker Ave Dioblo, -
Storehouses. Balboa. for one lot of01 $200.00 Small note horse and lephorne 2-4328
five quarters buiddngs located ai new saddle. $60 00. Phone Balboa Now you, too. con ford a TOUR
Ancon Form of proposal w.rh full 2-3753. N U 2 gloriuday ToI
particulars mo~ he secured in the IN IUROPE, 29 glorious daysix s
offices of Superintendent of Store- 1947 BUICK Super 4-doeer Seden, countries, hotels, meals and sight-
houses, an.j the. ohtL.ng Manager at excellent shape, good tires end seeing, only $370 00. Transport.
Balboa Heighic aenine. For Sale at Smoet y Hun- 'tion to and from Europe extra. Call
Babo Heigh *icult S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave. Fidanque Hermanos e hijos. Agan-
FOR SALE-Santa Clara beach front lClen Tel. o00. cias Americana! de o Vajes. Tel
'property Larne flower garden 2-1661.
Many fruitbearing trees For in. [ f I I kI I-
S pet.ony of house contact owner. r F JND FOR SALE: Tropical fish. Please
(no ag ntsi. Joseph A Farr in LOST.-Diomond shrine lapel pin, bring container. 5457 Dioblo Hgts.i
Santa Clara. From Jan 1 to April on or about January third Finder FOR SALE -Aquorium, fish & stand
". pleoase write Daoid Canteay. $25.00. New bamboo H-I casting I
Aptdo 246 Caracas. or call Bl- rod $5 00. Penn Senator Reel 12-
'rOR SALE-iln Santa Clara well fur- boo 2956 Reward. 00 and 500 yvs line $35.00. Misc.
nished house, tle floors gas stove --articles. 741-D Enterprise Place.
'refrgeroror. Call 4.288. Cocol S d C; huc Bolboa
i OR SALE:-In Santa Clara Two St. Pa s Church FOR SALE: walker puppies, 7
F Sock :-r a ,' To Obserrves
houses, two bedrooms, tie floors, Ob Feast veeks old, good hunting stock I
Rock Go% Prefrgrators anrd stves, 1i D e FeaSt hgh cha.r, baby car bed. 22 coli-
Sprtly turr shed, good lcat.on ber Colt automatic. Phone 33-
Also block, of seven ,l See Kee- Of patron Saint 2296. 676-B, Curundu Hgrs.
r"S-ALtE--40 acet-; f be.,u The fea t of the conversion FOR SALE: Remingron Mod. II I
YFSALE-40 acec of beoa.u The fet of the eron auto. Shot Gun. 2-2 auto. Rifle. t
oded land, near po.fr oftSe El IG 8t Pail's will be observed One tywhor G ena ble caputo fl.
Ifolcan. Phone Boiboa 314-" tomorrow at 8t Paul's Church One typewriter double capital
SALE.-- .'th special services. type .Teephone 6225
1; fW SALE.-Lo -l. :bedroc'n cot. FOR SALE--i-p-rted 100% Hal-
ftA. I.wo barh- terrar.e, garden Holy Communion will oe cel- FOR ALa-isn p ior 0rose Hof-
gbroge rond ar, gcod residen.ao I brated at 6 a.m. At 9 a.m, parrots. Acuaro Tropical, oppahite
neighb-'hcd. F,.e thousand down Holy Eucharist with sermon. A Juan Francu Stablesp becld e Drive
$88 monTh. long term rror I'-ewly-confirmed class will take JuanFrancStablesbesde Drive
g ge g iP..l 16 11heir first communion at this In. Phone 3-4132, Panama.
RE --Or i00ce Th. Rev Noand A- FOR SALE-Frequency converter 25-
-ters of land i.n Lr.o Bonito. Juanl Kers will ffc'iate. 60 cyc:e, V-M 3 speed changer,
SDiaz, near to ma' Sutnble for Morning payer and cnurch 60 cy:le, Hovward Saws radio ma-
chicken forr, or p,. T. 3-4436' hool are scheduled for 10:30 nuoal, complete,. tubes, conden-
chiken frm r pg e. 3-443. in.." Baptism at noon and yes- rs., radio and transmitter gear.
_______ ___ .__ ___ pers and sermon at 7 p.m,, alCol 2-1837 or quarters 5453,
Archdeacon Lemuel B 8Bhir- Doablo, all day Sundoay.
.l'^ 1 Wley. the ,astor of St. Paul's
will leave for the U. S. on WANTED
TIE WlLE Wednesday, accompanied by
WSILI lgy* Mrs. Shirley He will attend the Mileeflaneoam
.953 study fellowship of the
Christian approach to Commu- NEED furnished modern one-bediem
nism, under the auspices rf the apartment. Morrrs Schrge, Hfetel
National (ouncil of Churches in International. room 512.
New York WANTED: Apertment, erie large
Rev. Shirley expect. to ec- or two small bedrooms, under $s0.
main In 'he US. for a period TM. Balboa 6377.
Four mnthA. During h ab-FO SALE
priest ,n charge. ..c -
'"Fa." l ke new. Good e. Tele-
ne22 2103, Curuv'du. "1" street

Postioni Ofhred

Williaom' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockg0 rangers. Balb6a 2-3050.
Except week-ends.
STAY at Hotel Pan Americono in
Cool Beautiful El Volle.
PhUlhs. Oc nside cottage, Santo
Clara. Box 435. Balboa. Phone
Panama J. l1877 Cnstaobel 3-1673.
Casino Santa Clara. Dance music. by
Casino Aces. No reservations no-
cosary. Saturday and Sunday.
Gramlich Santo Clara beach-
cottages. Electric ice boxes, g as
stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gnmbe. 4-567 Pedro Mi-

OR RENT:-For 2 n-onths modern,.
luxurious residence in El Cangre-
jo. For information telephone 3-
0347. 12 to 3 p. m.
rwo and fvl room tumished ana
nfumlrnished apartments: private en-'
losed gardens. 8061 10th Street
Nea Cristobal Teleohaone Colon

FOR REN-Nicely d iow. .
in El Congrelo. for ane or 2 per-
sons. Meals available. Call morning
hours, 2-1691 or 3-1789. |

OR RENT:--i fr stdrhouse
and ofice. SO *ure'metoer, Eu-
seb;o A. MoarpOa, Avenue No, 4,
"El Congre near Hiotel I
Panorna. For Information tel pha
Panoma 3-1292 r 3-3371" ,-

BomA & Motors

OR SALE:- 14 Ft. maho"any at.'
oil bronze fastenings. Twp 20 H.P.
Wisconsins. One 15 H. P. Le R91
engines. All station" y Genaerl
Electric 3.4 ton console model air*
conditioner, all newly"overhauled.
Tel. 3-4256.
FOR SALE -- Motor 1-4 H.P., 25
cycle. 509-D, Cocoli.
OR SALE: Selling oat: Clutdc,
crank shaft, six pistons and con-
necting rods, complete ready
use. Also engilh castlings. 22" x
16" x I 1-2" bronze lppaller.
starter motor, various other partl
for 6-121 Grey marine motor.
Take ihe lot for $100.00. Tel. 6-.

Mrs. Spreadbury
Heads Several
Legion Activities
The Department Preadent nt
the Amp:lean Legion AuxmWih ,
Panama Canal Zone has a**
lounced that Mrs. Margau.,
Ipreadbury member of Un ItN
1, Balboa I1 the Department
preaentative of the Amer i-S
Leglon AuxilUiary for this
Also it haa been anouune !
that Mrs. SpreadlbIry is chzui
man of the programcn -ml-
for a show Which 111 b Ij
planned L'v the Anmercan tLe
Auxillary, Department of a-t
ma Canal Znne.
The Department President MI
iSpealing to inditidual w
talent to contact Mrs. Spread
bury, Telephone 2-2147.
Tentatively the baoW plan111-
ned for March or April -'.


Minimma for 12 wordL
3c. ach.additional word.


It cost do more to protect
and beutify concrete
buiMrip '
with -
DftIvc e and durable
waterproof eotlnn.
Ask for desfcrtill tqlder
nAd color chart.
2M1 Ceutal Ave,
Tel. 3-.I1,

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Shipp ing. moving, storage.
We paak and crate or move
anything. 'Phone 2-2451.
2-2562. PanamAL-


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lrasI,, Pan Aieran dan.'
Ight fo servylee personnel of
4peal featuz1 announce

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work to be-*thmedy t n
of next month. Apromat
two-thirds of the buIdIn P" t
have already been Td an
are ready r thebufid. .46n
tractor td begin work. '
The oltraet for the Iointr'W-
tin of the quarterW.'ltalatlon
of municipal facliltles. id adl&
tonal gradiDf was awarded lhte
last month to Macoo-tan"USt
The work of the Canal toimu
now 11h4 reached a 00poi where
thb service road leading to the
five former Army euafters bu
to be cut.- These hous will b'
retained as permanent Oanal
Company quarter nd will be re-
novated as a Dartof the building
Aa a tesaIl of thp putting of
the road and the .dirupton of
faclut$es heroin tl five houses,
thq occupant are being given
temporary uikime t canal
quarters now t avoid delay to
the new conuclogn work. Teaee
assinmet are in conformity
with formal reement between
the Canal and Army laat year
when the traet of land at Cora-
mal was returned'to the Canal
for development as a residential
STwo f the. occupant or. the
five former Army qarters, soon
to be isolated-bi the new con-
struction, ave been given tem-
porary Iastnm lt In Ancon.
two In a .b6i jd one I Diablo

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.ArmM im r1 Clayton,
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withltaqual arnaahde ni

MlanTo Campaign

For Sti m r&i0er

Segralo Pwerp s
CAPOWN ji Afrca,
Jan. 24 (VP) t M Atica's.
"White Supremacy' ovemment
will seek new powee U O
its segregation policies on
nation's colored popu@atai.-
Gov. Gen. Erneat Janoon rg,
nounced the plnD*A the South
African parliament Uvede P1
Its 1 session before Ie a
election u April.

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2 9 C A $209,~ ,00 For Lands ...act Vi.. -Zbl, e..h --
-- ao- TI' 40-.oot widish yacht big ones rok.
I4.WP)e_wimmin.... .. . Vik asrrlvcd yesterday andwil l-- "
gg'- aJe.ATMORE Ala.,, 24 (UP)- and swimming the animal a- tie at Balboa Yacht Club for
_,leA nation the pae Tcross the Alabama River. several dav UN Ol s
'"I ofEMA night to .e- Gen. Jackson, ,t _by Aboard the yacht are Mr. and
ma p,110,I frosm the U.S. rriendly C.r., fiay etd Mrs. Sten Rosenblatt of Sweden I
A* ame. rnmeat p a tFdhe houtilA tribes in the Oattle who are ailingg around the world
g-jiTen c&h*uu"-n proafeaF a ed oJ Horseasioe Bend, Ala. and on a leisurely three-year cruise.
Lhe -- 'reek Indhami. ng in com- agitated severe peace termp-. The Swealan couple Intend to l
p .M from. reds kings to The Irieldly as well as ene- head for thGalapagosslandFor d
Ow les s l 5 .ppae. assembled my tribes lost their land and from here and will then visit
o= sn thi o tomping the main body of Creeks Iet off the Soutn Bea Islands. CAIRO, Kypt, Jan. 14 (UIBDl
sai s a e Bo be grioud t M~~Wclaim. ,n the '-rail 'ears" I re- e l d
of 9 -a T clai s. athee
*o 1 It was 's biggest servations in Okahoma. Pedre Miguel Leek mental IdueatiQB Center ustab.
...." "r ". .I since Tribal Wbitternees coMtaued To Be .epaired lished the Unitedlt
the and tr.rju the eperations and In Repair work or four broken Education, Sclenlfle ad. 0ul-

fJib" .. aL. Andre w l cing I an- for ially. th Creek d ca ero Muel .ocks will be repair-nr ente hich will tra
Wl-as a1 i am. neiaBit 1U$1, W5 e for I.ollect, they mut. prove their No Interzerence with traffic teacher from l Aab co5n
Sa pfi A* M c8.g 7,06 acrep o hrtintingttlood lneage with the tribes. wl be experience nce the re eelt l
umU se.I m. grounds in awas Georgia Lawyers outlined the probeduea r work will be done after the tech a
4. H, and MIrS ur povig tribal .membership ls southbound ship s locked qease and Igmo -e is
IF the r t at Ce meom-a- The prings broke yester day ,c nphe tst H
Jw Mi uni,, a~4g Vi ct'e meetitin Order .but the de amin consderedse in I
ill te ce the 0m which opm and closes the dou- In his speech at the inaug-
Jm,,fas i ... Itad, th Communes Sundoay .
s. ... SuBadlai uedmtheiht ral ceremony, Dr. John W. Tay-
BAN: If ae rof Mh AtoPr l TeparkAt St. Peter' s uuRMPR.T.e.m o. r. i el aig d to g r
tillastheiree Nt Montague saw a high school stu- Unesco. emphasized that Uneco
samum. Qds pqighe reah- M.e so- St.e t ( dent who took no chances on had already acquired exp'm
& I.li_ md e. ... of Pr ". -anyone swipinM his bike while he in the operation of the sentL
-l a e e'w Beesoca) chapter of the Order of was in class. The youth took the at Patecuaro which will
t iL. Lo-dauenkers i theword St. Vincent will make a corpur- handlebars and one noedal off the valuable n the work at
.- c i out to te i the coun-late communion tomorrow In bike and out them in his locker. shell Layan.
Sit a 7 e1 oir of the One kt was in-'honor of their patron saint.
iS sain* tjodced t#)the from whese feast day was Jan. 21.
S U-o 0.,7fL on, .._,. al t ver east anali At the communlop service,
fgga ffif Wr1n1I' o S and IVarand II.C c RINY if Ed o beginning 'a.m. several pro-
Ia i B .. Chief Calvin W. Mlohee, In bte onary acolytes will be ad-
SeS 4 ua Mmt a mc e... """ M. me farmer and almost mitted to the chapter by Rev
S............e blo.d Creek, headed the John 8. McDuffie, chaplain-
r.- a& V. sw **-" ...a* "s1c c Other members a eluded Ms waren.
1 76 a a Ims e ............ Rsty Z. Weathei r*d of Bay The priest also will install
IInee sl.s xt I 1tte, Ala., sad T-l o eath- the following officers, who were
7._CAI_.91011_::::::::of Urlih, Ala. recently re-elected: Ivan E.
LO: sM ....... m The name of Waitherford Haywood. president; Arthur L.
,p 9.' .'u .... d! .-..-*** .tra the In4an's meia ory. Wil- Rine vice president; Victor T. I wUA r. MTiiN A Mrietm: -
d m iWeatherford. aea r of t* secretary; James Callen-P ,1Min01 NOR" SATE?2i0 Pau s
1--OMa ''', ', ............. j R and Tom, W as Chief Red der, assistant secretary and CA tJMite Nmnbr f PemInge A,
us It Psa:n 5I n w P G T the *bites In the Evensong at 7:30 p.m. will To a saorp
rn.wr h5"eId s wrev My d T t Craana !rFinbe marked by festal procession, s. pp....................... ry
No' I= a,- .5 15rt-.l mZM'reg,.. ,ag.le escaped the Yen- with Father MeDuffie as offi-
Wa-....' _-goam It-rug --,,,, La... resarm of U. soldiers by ant and Rev. Malcolm R. Mc- .u *.P**tmnB as s i u. a c.u:
daiSUNDATAdng his horse from a cliff Donald of St. Andrew's church, s.s. Port Zn 3m. February 15
.........1040,ocol, wpreache
h......... belcher.
adult.. .. ..All loose plate offering re- .ro C~~ Mb1 c S a. ... W T .. Pebruar I
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,-.,-I C- *.- n B ..'' d American onHBall atrt A- Weeki Fat Carg ee ewI C le a W R Cas
a;n~u~frp Manatti *___ rtSa.fi~ ifhiM- Sumador. Thetewere'tl pre- ra*e f u aL uses,
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SAlleged Basketball Fixer

Is Charged With Perjury
(By U.P.)
Both sides have wound up their arguments In the trial of
alleged basketball "fixer" Bill Spivey.
Judge Saul Streit will sum up the case at 10:30 (EST) Mon-
day morning, then put the fate of the ex-Kentucky center in the
hands of the jury. Spivey is charged with lying to a New York
grand jury when he denied ever fixing a basketball game.
Nine character witnesses testified for Spivey before the de-
Sense rested its case this morning. Defense Attorney John Brown
says the only evidence against Spivey came from former Kentucky
players Walt Hirsch and Jim Line both of whom Brown calls
S"self confessed fixers and liars."
Assistant District Attorney Vincent O'Connor says Hirsch and
Line lied to the grand jury only to keep Spivey out of trouble.
O'Connor says "Then they saw the light. If Spivey wasn't in
the fix, would Hirsch say he was in it?"
The Oberlin, Ohio, High School basketball team, has learned
that victory can have its darker moments.
Oberlin won its first game of the season Wednesday and
players celebrated by skipping school yesterday. Principal James
Ross has ruled 11 players ineligible for tonight's game against
Fairview. Ross says "We will |se reserves and any other boys
we can recruit around the school.1

Crime Commission Investigation

Atlantic Pony


Team Won Lost Pet.
Buick 2 0 1.000
M. R. A. 1 1 .500
C. P.O. 1 1 .500
Motta 0 2 .000
C. P. O. with Hamilton on the
mound won their first game of
the season Tu.sday afternoon
when they beat Motta 9 to 7.
The feature of the game aside
from Hamles pitching was Rob-
inett as homerun over the right
center I'.ld fence, the first hit
over this year.
The box score:
C. P..O.0

Brooks. rf
Pelt, rf
Perkins. Ib
Facer. 2b
Matos. c
Gibson. 3b
Rodriguez, If

Prompted I BC's Offer ToHooverForrest,
NEA Sports Editor

NEW YORK -Jan. 24 lomons quite rightfully will bill
James D. Norris grabbed off a as being for Sugar Ray Ro-
parcel of publicity offering J. binson's vacated -title..R a n d y Pabo
.Edgar Hoover the chairman- Turpin the Leamington Lad, is Polu"bo
shipof the International Boxing to collide with France's Char- Robinett
Club's board of directors under ley Humez in what will be a Robinett
.a 10-year contract at an an- Lig thing, June 10, or during Newh.rd
Dnual salary of $100,000. Coronation Week. Turpin is a Orvis, c
Jim N orris and everybody most worthy British ruler. He Rodrieng
else knew the bid would draw quite easily won the crown Rodriu
a polite refusal from the head from Robinson, who in sheer Wetzel,
of the Federal Bureau of In- desperation had come from be- Coffey,
vestikation. hind right then and knock him Bird,
out to regain it.
L Had Hoover the slightest de- to regain it
.eire to leave his highly import- 'Robinson made the ill ad-
,nt post in Washington, he vised and disastrous match C. P. O.
would have done so seven years with Joey Maxim, the light Motta
s'o when he suggested his heavy weight leader, rather
former aide--caimp, Spencer than give Turpin another crack
Thoroughbred Rcjng Associa- at the crown, something he so
,tons and Th ughbred Racing richly deserved. Humez is the Base c
Protective Bureau. Hoover 'has European champion. Coffey 2
something much more vital to Hamilto-
S,5ttend to. HUMEZ COAL MINE WHO Two bas
'" What prompted Norris' invi- Robineti
:.atilon? Well, the State Crime Humes, who has never ap- Hamilto
,*h--c4"misslo-i is investigating the feared in this country, a Umpires
'":EC, Frank Carbo and other coal miner who fights ilke one.
.',..m.d-r.'orlt characters who, for At his finest, Jake LaMbtta
t' som0 strange reason, wield wide had to stop Lauren Dauthuille
lvuence in the beak-busting in the losing aecohn&duto. auc-Sho
2t*njopoly Questions are being cesfully, detead the titligln, De,-
i aed about B1l McOormack, a troit. Returning to France,
over In New York shipping Dauthullle was flattened in the WedSo
and stevedoring who was asked second round by one Mickey boa'Shoi
to resign as chairman of the I aurent. The unbeaten Humez, field of
SBtate Athlqtic Commission's 11- who is 23, punched Laurent in- champion
Sense committee after serving to retirement ~ four rounds. 1953 sea
l.'$n that c pacity in 1922-23-24. Lew Burstoi says Humes is
"orris' gesture obtained its an exceptionally strong young Little
i'desired effect when Chairman man who, does everything bailer fi
.I Pc Christunberry of the New wrong, but that it comes out too muc
r York ring board said to Harry just right. in the fi
.. Markson, !BC director: "He leads with his chin and walk an
"When Norris attempts to get right haod, but a delicious lt two men
SHoover, he really must want to tle left hook comes right back o strike
Clean up boxing." of it," explains the IBC' for- order, a
eign. agent. the se0e
TWO BEST MIDDLEWIGHTS The midaleweights on t hi s tin stru
ON OTHER SIDE side are little more than glori- ed two
lied club fighters, If that. four tim
A series of matches will come Billy Brown, the New York runs.
out. of the 10 prize fighters IBC matchmaker, des cri bee a T
named as middleweight cham- each of the 10 perfectly with: unilhe
plonship contenders in the Un- "He fita~ with them guys" tot
Sited States. ot
Rocky Castellani tac k les uiI soin
Pierre Langlois, a Frenchman, ball wen
Feb. 6. The next night the Bos- left fie
ton Garden Is. expected to be l Perez a
sold out fcr a, return between Little L
Bobo Olson and the home out the
grown Norman Hayes. sell aI
But the two best 160-pounders
are on the other side, tenta- The b
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3 0 1
0 0 0
4 0 0
4 2 2
3 2 1
3 2 2
1 1 0
s 0 0
1 1 0
1 0 0
2 1 1
25 9l 7

., rf 3 0 0
, 3b ,3 0 0
e, Ilb 3 2 1
I, 2b 1 0 0
1 1 0
, lf 1 2 0
lez, E., ss 2 2 1
cf 2 0 0
p 0 0 0
2 0 1
21 7 4
0 1 5 2 1-97
1 2 3 1 0-74
on balls off Hamilton 9,
I, Bird 2. Struck out by
9n 9. C y 6, Bird 4.
e hits, 4 Threebase
Rodriguf. Home run,
t. W tn g pitcher,
a. Losing pitcher, Bird.
, Newharand Taber.

ry League

asy ateroon the Bal-
trL ets e invaded the
the defending league
ons. Ancon. to open the
Martin Peres, ace fast-
or Ancon. Proved to be,
h for the Balboa tads as
irat inning he gave up a
6d a single to the first
to face him, but went on
e out the next three in
nd also the first three in
ond Inning. In. all, Mar-
zk out 13 batters, collect-
singles and a triple in
tes at bat to drive in four

Balboa boys fought hard
e last inning when Roger
by an error, Bradley went
strikes, and T, Orr got a
a left but scored when the
it between the lega of the
Ider. But it was Martin
gain coming through in
Leaguer fashion to strike
e next two batters and
13-8 defeat upon Balboa.

ox score:

A. Ruiz, 3b .. .. .. ..
F. Stewart. 3b........
T. Cosca. lb..
S. Toussieh, Ib ......
M. Perez. p ...... .
A. Perez, c ...... .
T. Bright. 2b.... .. .
Jim Flnn cf .. .. .
M. Bettsack. cf.. .. .
T. Arnold, If.. .... .
B. Broome. If...... .
John Flynn. rf .... .
W. Krisko. rf ... ...
T. Malla, as...... .
Totals ...........
T. Orr, lb ........
D. La Guardia ......
J. Bird. rf .. .. .. ..
G. Glickenhaus, rf ....
S. Canslo. 3b .. .
F. Hunter, If.A.. :.. .
L. Wilson,-lf.. .. .. .
R. Corrigao, ctf..
J. Pearl, cf ...... .
C. Cross. c .. .. ..
C, Rager. .. .. .. .
J. Bradley, -c..

1 1
2 1
4 3
2 2
2 1
2 0
0 0
0 0
1 0
2 0
0 0
0 2
20 13
1 2
.4 2
1 0
2 0
3 1
1 0
1 0
1 0
1 0
0 0
3 1
1 2

Totals .......... .. 3i 4
Score By Sain88
Balboa 0 0 33 -8 4
Aneon 4 53 3 8 x43

Bobby Ga"ss Game Scheduled

Tonight At Panama Stadium

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TEENAGER ROMALD GARRETT, (right), of LoAn a winter
visitor to Papama, made a recent catch off Oao aio, Peru, of
what is believed to be the biggest marlin e1er laded.by young-
sterof hs age. Geral4, who is 15%* was f oisin off tthe boat
"Petrel," with his father, Attorney Leroy arre t (left) of Lo:
Angeles, whe he landed his 700-lb. marlin. Oerald wO using a
39 thread, and it took him two hours and 4 inlnute. to boat his
monster which measured 12 ft. 11 inches and ad a girth ve
feet sixf inches. Father and son were resent guest at Hotel
El Panamna. ....

Thompson, 1arti E id E

Training In Top Condtion
Hard-hitting Leslie Thdm n found. ou AI bargain-rate pro- e
and beatenn Isidro Marte g"am .
yesterday wound up their train- Al Perklnhon and Al Stei
lag sessions in A-i condition for will slue it ot in one re our
their 'scheduled ten-round' clash inayw eAJa J n ~
tomorrow night at the Colon Ar- Zeft fW tade- n s
ena.I the other Ielnlm. Boibth'b "i t
Thompson. as usual ws very at a I128go6-5Pd wW0. Wt
Impressive as he sparred with The special four wo-a e
heavier boxers, while Mate' rounds b=ai oteacontt be
handlers continued their ed between Tito Morris and Claud
door" policy. However. re ab= Martheu. pe
reports are that Isidro is, the A ,prices are fo l
best shape of his short buttbril- rl admission, onry 50
liant career. deferred ringside. $1.50: gt"
ringside $1 (one dollar);
The fans should be in for a e and boxers. 25 cents.
treat, judging by the statent
of the handlers of the twd a
erweight contenders. Both c _sI
have stated that-their boys
be shooting fto a knockout to-
Besides this, the winner ll be
assured of some Juicy e ,
ments in the near future
of the present title vaca
the 126-pound class. Botb -
tinez and Thompson have'i
of becoming the next I
featherweight champ, su
Federico Plummer. ''
Plummer recently gave.
featherweight crown be u
increasing difficulty in
the weight limit. Federico
making his next start as 1
fledged lightweight or f
An impreasivp win for
Martinez or Thompson
the winner among the top,
ants to the now vacant
This will also make it e |
the local boxing comm
select the topmost chale
an expected elimination to I
The semifinal of the
promoted program is
sure-fire thriller. In this
man" battle, the winner
pected to be the guy who
first. This .s slugfest will
Leonel Peralta against
Peralta is the more ex
of the two. However,
improving, Leonel has
iteadilv on the do
last four times out.
the ambitious Benty
steadily improving _.
Two four-round pre
a special four-round
bout and a curtain A

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catcher Gim. Th -
end gam. be.-
momw nig at a albo,,
a"d the Chi",r mbt
The. t"2m4iwmtp wfwl
their share r h stesebW'
to Bobbr'j threo-- ya-old.
daughter, Caro Lee, to a in
her edmaatim.
Lat night a) the P
Stadium the Bluebirde
the Bombers 3-1 In athN
that ea loaded with lag
plays. Cookie Steueletter-
ed six hits for the victory.
Mike PeroUe, the Bomber
starter, was the leoer. He aM
reliever amberte Robles
gave up a metal of only fear hIte
-one of whih w a homer
by Bluebid manager Roberto
F&Rnnde aupanse
Over a sMont pe. little
Stanley Arthf pitched and
batted the Browna to a 4-1
vlotr oW e akes. Both
Aram"emd-ir leeer. oel Patrick
taumd n ,flve-Mhttei# .
VIbert Clrk of h rownes
and Pet Neels of the Blue-
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KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 24 "Let the pople know the truth and the country is safe" Ab hoeol.
^ pu -- Former President Harry
r. man stood in fresh sno TWENTY-EIGHTH EAR. PANAMA, P.. AToRDAT. JANUARY 24, 1953
."ou a wind-swept hill in Jack- Vt that
Z pSn County yesterday and point- e lt
Ad out the possible sites for a Irhood
$1,500,000 memorial library which NOr 3
fIl hbuse his papers. p "
=rraphers tramped behind the'l 8 tSWlIO
sek-walking man and listen- h lAm.rt NCmoutictnd r
ad to him detail preliminary I
: kn for the Harry S. Truman i
I eorial Library which will d e
isilt on the old Truman farmTl.'.Ore.. e-
Mr. Truman's cheeks turn- WASHINGTON, Jan. 24 (UP) headed for the Far East today tion of alrbone units 0o0- 0-e tain P
a. pink in the raw north wind-_ President Eisenhower called on what was described as a mending artillery In the 822nd
but he showed no signs of Lt. Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, routine inspection. He ecp. Airborne Division in Sicily tnd a mim ba
discomfort new 8th Army commander, to ferred with: Mr. El se n he ower Italy. t.a th
The former President said two the White House today, pre- Thursday. He was the flirit ne a *s Saery daD b.
vrehivists from Washington rumably to discuss Korean war To Taylor, who has been to Normandy, Jum with W ld t be .
would assist in sorting and ca- strategy and coming efforts to deputy chief of staffA will go his 10at Airborne oMv n on whher Mr. l. No l 4 and lThomM
taloguing his papers before the shorten the conflict, a major role In aerMing out DDay. He led the alrbpe m vtl- d the o-P
library is built. The Army named the World whatever strategic pm I nvasion of Ho Id. & 4 ,an r "ei"L to ta
Security measures will pre- War ir paratroop commander necessarily secret that now armored outeroot the' tV dW be d llt plt-
years. while still another Gen. James A. Van Fleet. with the Korean War. His gifts for dloma we re rtft YOU w h0NAL-
-eton will not become public It was the Preident's ftinrst After hlE Korean Visit in De- displayed when he. SIpped i- ot?.ws y o t
r, half-century. act to lay the groundwork for cember. Mr. Eisenhower pro- to Rome In 1 otE was r n iat an attp to i- :
S Of course," Mr. Truman new moves in Korea. claimedd a policy of impressing brmistice with It add vgo. rat OW y futI'e a. themud as t lo
Ssaid, referring to his papers, The White House emphasized the Communists with "deeds, Uated with the u ogo- S
'ft already know what you that Van Fleet's age was the not wordb" and prom$ied, a vernMent. s g iel *l Prsident selv.
I::llows could have. As a mat- only reason for the command "new effoz to end, the war. He became a b gadler Gen- be ,. Vq *_rns prel- men, .
*r of fact, I've kept you out rhift. The veteran General will The man 'named to command oral st 41, in DeeO& almost .....
trouble lots of times be- leave the service March 31 but ground forces in the coming ,two yeasn before .Van Fleet Thst- '
e know." he adminl'.tration did nut rule crucial period is 51 wit a re- reached that rank. teS
r Truman started his day ut the possibility of another putatfon for aggressive leader- There has been speculation of .t ana
: his home in Independence, job later or.. ship, born of World War II ex- that Pr-wdent Za ower tI oin th"e na
V. He spent 90 minutes with Meanwhile Gen. J. Lawton plots. might want to promote the .i toAIn Sr e Ge. V .
espondence in his new of- Collins, Army chief of staff, Taylor pioneered. in organisa- Korean ccmmandsr to Army iSbt l ,, Kp as
W'es in downtown Kansas City, chief of staff
Sad thenwas.riven toGrand-c o Taylor, now AfE deputy Ases ItSi bej . .
Vw by Sgt. Arthur H. Bell of chief of staff ,ate -ewl leaves Ute Bp1o T n ao a ae n\
teMissouri Highway Patrol, p wr t ab monday fo"e, yora le notoI
o3 old Battery D buddy from briefing at. 4.- Mark W. to p mDanlt '" a bo-
World War I. Clark's Tokyo badMuarters. su matters 316- .Sset-
Mt. Truman lunched with e pla to ris m. battle- tied h. hwis
amewnn and photographers as front. with V l bet era V B eet .m In -
eir guest In the Hotel Mueh- r
Sbbach. Everything was "off the& aj ovek of 'itd hb hre mu.dni, Die *IIm w
eulogized former Rep.' sali" will d .U
le AEaton (R-N.J.) who wd w ip 0hea f an
today. e 'd a . "
"He was a great congress- 11 t o ol
a great Baptist, and a
good friend of mine," Mr. m -
an said. n il
Alspo. salI d.the f

,1i t lnmse. r flp He sald Mrb-isbb~wer ouMld A saM
ur Howard Long
eral rvesfo. Arth6ul Wo

St PurCanal employee, who wt lqb.
, il lal e will be held at 9 a.m. ,e a roe
day at St. Mary's Church ,
Pallbearers will e members
of the American Legion, of AThN ra me r ga
le wIs a veteran of the first r',

be held at Corosal Cemetery seretr f enasu to be "ae
1.ere interment will be o ade. General e otrs ttereste9 .. w
The family has requested that stock and It"barrel," "Sq,:I. .
Ab sentabutCthat i I
"-Mr. Long. a native of esofisbit-wt
rchusett, had been a resi- ISTORIC MOMENT PhotQSrapher's camera records the mo- now oes the lena said he a
of the Canal Zone for al- ment at which Dwight E3 aowr settles into the chair of the GOP ,eadeT Robert A.
S 0 years. He was District President of the United s. The inauguration, inaugural idently predicted it will
rmaster (now Housing ball, and parties of the bcas n, as the Chief ExecuUve tkes proved, probably Monday, oald be a4 to
cr1 at Pedro Miguel when over responsIbilities of his office, are things of the past. Doesl
.I tired in September 1946. .. Wl onaI ne ss
e survived by his hsrWilson q es tld e omst
fsonbDa sn, both Canal em- Dulles, Kenanan Patch UJp seto -
S Isa ctbelso u ,Oh sabrer du. h lh TN A_

t ,"n 4 cial Rift On Satellite Policy6 .
-o, owHe also.ethe- that e d ..S W0 hale 'y
ary Club WAlHIS GTON. Jan. 24 (Rp--' stances under which he had r- cusealsot lob .ow. e
CON George F. Kennan. top U.S. Rut" D d his aorantodt Pu addch ase cls si
ColoN, Jan 24 The Creto- alan expert, apparently was in Asl e resultot the o mee l Dul- touches u .
eolon Rotar Club met foray line today for a diplomatic post led uthorized a statement Which General s thdi
despite a policy split with se- said he "wishes it to e nown ment's bu
4 heard Vance Rogers, U. 8. rotary of state John Foster Dul- that, he considers h4:pikode tensed ably*---n'
Four representative in Pa- les elo e n e hi we s ma
ma in a discussion of assist- The question of Kennan's fu- A rt nt se at as .k- ly whether Wl i.
e f the program. ture arose after he said last week ed Dut Kennan's d or at
glnate a stove to the Colon easy in taking action to liberate ed. But he..added th t Inet- Tearbe- $eI
.sugesting. a.tan expert's fuI r Hic and it wue believed he w
tarians inr Colon also are The Kennan speech came ust aslnment be ked t do .
i sg an active part in the c- a day after Dulles appeared be- Wilson told
t section fund. Rotarian fore the Senall Foreign Relations It was cone u s mind h
Balas. president of the pro- Committee and emphasized his however, that he t o b ortly- lor .. gel
l commission, reported faith in encouraging liberation given as important a s he sent his in nto
t so far over 2,500 sacks have of Red satellite relationsn. has held recent. te to dispombf his al
collected for Rotarians, in- Thg State Artment said Kennan teehnicaf I, ,In.. He aid U. .ht-
n those pledged during Kennan had conferred with Dul. ambassador to df oia edd n st hew to Il
4Oday's meeting, les and expl~t d4 the dreum- he was balyre. The Amed z ic
OctoberH tee also paesd d to mab -
Gerg Kennan cannot ri o that d age. as w oR as
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