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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: AA00010883:01487
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eauotith *States wand ha ve striafet sea Id. no Senator tro. 'hat Sam
r cThig meewstpn ous. mhw rHowee ibty wife ttalnd my elf havethrol waom the a I di e
'o fen an e interest. i t i oould look in on Preenthy das to b
to. -- rvent rulongJ mFhohnkla begn t' e am
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If w rbcorende wd lb the d tPacific Civic Counctil n a recent aM OW" rer H" ttor-ouse corr do -,d
Sne Vs per articles I wih to disclose my feelings regarding the l '.11 o S
Sdisos itioen o af f uns colleted the CZELeFC. soWld be r i De at i se wou a ld l uu 1
ps I attended the disputed meeting of Jan. 19. at Gfmb6a l oa y .11 d l W IML thT o -ewy don.
t ov14tor without voice or vote. I have just returned from a *4ort l o l b0 11 senator ibt, ".




i cation in the States and have, therefore, mlesed everal of thoMe owami ath wey" t i m uld'



* prieeding meetings. However, both my wife and yel have s to DR nd I
t nen active terest om the organization and activities o the reidey to hey did l
Scoittee S yal, C. Thisthe meeting had begun it becme my
i on that the Central Ly, abor group was intentionally waylay it f
S the purpose of CZthe meeting the acceptance f a con
tlo in order that they could railroad their own Ideas while thed o ta s wl
l enjoyed a voting majority. I think anyone at the meen hower i eot a Co
f he were beig hone, md dt tat h vy thig eadua
0took place amnd that it was prearranged he a eI taker," tt or-e Ftanc D
en iaer article, I wish to disclosrepany n the voteling regprdiesenta- heey Art Goer m softl
ton Ibelieve thatof funds the ollected by the CZELFC should be frozen Om i ll oftc t -W
Suntl a condstitution is adopted meeting ofreJacognizes delegateamaas who man feud, en the
-vistor without voice or vote. I have just returned from a short u ack who will be to the yitan-eui fe







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*, EMPLOYEE WANTS CHECK ON CLUBHOUSE MARKUP doubti^ ^^_________ nw tt Hse wil d
OpI nionthatthhe Cantral aborgrCompan y doesn't m ake profit. As ylay- ne no Whiteo NonIg ' 1S=




S ran exame of how the "Company" tho operates take the prices of tha r mathn w ll n bOeCa .n.UGS
olo ni order that the Clubhouseld railroad their 35 mm roll. Tney pay nohile theynown Gabrdel a who




tax. In contrast you can send to Sears whers they pay 25% tax rtede ahii this Bs oofs e Hrsw a s wit
stil enjoyed a voingent dow ty. I thin ae pa fort te mse t in tan eplenwes edotorw tntmlyll daBy Dr t 'a g
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amplCrssors urd Canal Zone. CoIreass.nal labos oomF t hhr h
r Sir: behelpedliee that the funds of the C C shou wenhow t wo thld be frozen uat w the diand t
tKindly permit mely to all attentions to the following nuisance State of the Unrpeeh de- h d o rfi e U

d the loud y. o rados nd barn of dos both n and ts in the nation labor dncton the crow to senate Department
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dueWoANt seem toshat HsUe will draw .unote
1gPSidy t hat the Canal Compan.y doesn't make profit.A sA Ir n o wit la.do o

example of how the "Company" operates take the prices t o d h er e
Whtpr hstes.3Woeji4odrex n an nt
Color film In the Clubholuse $3.50 per 35 m. roll. Tsey pay no tea fud With en. Taft
pW. In contrast you can send to nears wherl they M 2ba%.tax inside theaRepublicandig
-ou Dncflnoand have it. sent down h50ie postage paid for therSamecoaddceilmab








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S second tie on flm.fs result film won't b e selling ftght byfor ae enhera wod thait wr pith Ie et hath figured a his ithowari wht
st there an ar f you have to buy It you wll get sta stuff An-o doe tIn s miake the p .wh- o jsk the trdle h cUrle fackt. woo wMitlw a"ri.n t
he of the wy the government operate down here.L t e learn W lair, the CaertoeIwo lwe-toiked wth c"m
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2 Edi 2t wn 0 Secoary (Bib.) t g r aon w cwviad h starn eway and te to the review'-er S-
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Kin Sorrowful cy pery m ct o iofhade, atop. here sTt
I ac r ponof th e* a na a Rse ch pe e l... as Fe nha ga s r hen^ ^Fe a^
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o n nd Abstract beitioin the g' x DI o n me ne
The loud playing o radio nd barking of dos both. in and cpnLt Bem an Mlan, a hu Man a oa. Ind













aba the above mt stoned Bachelo r Qau carters. The old tie hw..d to'm... w
I*'t those who are now residing- there have, better re- 'Thi seems to be, satisfact. ory Raw. The BUY stuck M110













I ir~st saned, hard working mon. Thing lewhich u are now all A round-- twhetqwtit of hhghOft... |il
STn mo ng bachelonrs ne I hdide ake place Inaormer and John L 6lThea m 2Ai if1 iji .li, ^,
,SdeofroutinesoejrunninglAetsovmn-
S/Well Known Old Ter And Resident. meant. fir lus, ,ilip=
St- T.iniee, their narrow m l AbClak barge,-TV asei nwarnrtpe1111110" 114141. ,f PS foe .
ma s udWai]sAnswer to Previous Puzzle control On uthepHiaveIe r .InInt onl y boeps w here.wgftifNlIn


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Lt. Col. Mahmoud Riad, War
Ministry director of Palestine
affair, said the "new a reseonl"
occurred In the Elt -held
Gan Ralah sector early on Jan.
24.
n1ypt filed i strong protest
With th mixed truce commis-
aimm qpd demanded an urgent
meet o{ the United Nations
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Patrick Norton, abew, reod Mi
breviary shortly after the M-
year-old Iowan wasu ordeand. a;
rinest of the Roman Caethoc,
Church in ceremonies at the
Church of San Girolamo, in
Rome. Father Norton bears the
unum4l distinction of bedg both
a natural and spiritual "father."
]Wore the death of his wife
m years ago, ththehe Patrick
. Xrton raised a family 6,14.
Sfollowg her death, the wid-
owed husband entered the emi-
n to study for the priesthood.
O& of his sons is a pret, and
AUother Is studying for Holy
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.. .C. '.allorv staff of Grace Line. Panama
it va~ a ,..nouinced today that Miell SS ;:o divll.on In 1928 he
t the Boal Lf Dtrecto=. of Grace es appointed freight traffic; "
.' Line Inc 1 .: elected Caasaus C. nPIater of the Grace Line ser-OLOM BIANO
"'Il'lor .. pir sident succeeding vices aid handled the operations
t the lair PaiR nn Adams. of that department in the corm-
Janes L l gnet. senior vice pany's Central and South Amer- LISBON MADRID PARIS
presidiii and Ted B. Westfall. ican services.
treasure' Magner was elected an as-
Mallor ooin in Heppner. 0- sistant vice president in 1937, KINGSTON MIAMI
region. aiat educated in various vice president in 1941 and a di-
v.estern hoolN. has oeen asso- rector in 1950. Since 1946 he has NEW YORK
created v.ith transportation cor- had charge of passenger and N Y AND
.panies during his entire business freight traffic and supervised Reiulr service between
career. lie served with the the line'.; advertising and pro- service ween
*" United StaLes Navy in World motion activities.
War I and aiter his return to ci- Westial!. a native of Okla-. COLOMBIA PANAMA W& cWVTwr Ar co'CSMeeTr
S' villan llfi in 1919 he was ap- homa. graduated from the Uni-. O- 1 A DOU U AQ~UW --
Spointed Assistant Comptroller of versify of Oklahoma in 1940 and'ECUADOR
the United States Shipping received his law degree from -rATCONCLD OU
Board at San Francisco. George Washington University, General Aent for
He ioinrd tne Grace Oreaniza- Distrlct of Columbia. in 1949. He General Agents for LASFCEeMONV
ti tion 1921 as auditor of the was awlt: the firm of Price, PANAMA TOU LEVE,GENTLEMEhI
Paciic M1ll SS Co in San Fran- Waterhouse & Co. in Houston.'
--resco ann after the sale of the Texas from 1940 until 1944 when PAN-AMERICAN WORLD
Shipping Board ships operated he was commissioned in the U.S \A WA
by this company to the Dollar Navy On leaving the Navy in A WAY
interests, he assisted in the ol- 1946 he entered government ser- Telephone: 2-0670
organization of the Panama Mail vice with the General Account- Teleph :
*S Co. and became its assistant Ing Office and at the time of
r general manager and treasurer. his iesigiiation last April he held
In 1930 ne was made vice pres- the position of Director of Au-
Ident and manager of the Pana- dit.
nma Mail and vice president of
Grace Line. remaining in San Only 38 Booked
Francisco In that capacliv until Aboard 'Panama'
S1934 at which time he wa.s Northbound Friday IO l MIN I |.E O00P
transferred to New York Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Comley., I ,
0r1 He was elected treasurer of long time residents of the
Grace Line in 1937 and named Isthmus who are leaving to WELL..iNO USE
Sa director In 1959. He is well make home in the United States, T. n W NG O
known tV Washington. where are among the 58 passengers hePaiamnTHE IDBETTER
during the World War II he or- scheduled to sail Friday from 3THSCAHARUD
ganized ;he cost central office Cristobal on the Panama Liner INCORPORATED BO ROYAL CHARTER 114 CiRJ AND S -
for the War bnlpping Adminis- Panama. OTHER
tration Comley. who retired from the R al Mall ns Li.
-- He is a director of the Propel-, Canal ser\ ice last July, had more Royal 'Mai Lines LIU.
ler Club. the Americoni Merchant than 39 .ears of continuous ser-
Marine lnstititr and the Na-1 vce. He as Survey:ing Officer AST FRElHlIi AND PASSENGER SERVICES
tional Federation of American of the Canal organization for BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST ._- -.
Shipping, many years F TH AM IA
SMagner a native of New York The complete advance list of OF SOUTH AMERICA
City, attended St Francisco Xa- pasengers sailing on the S. S.
vier College. Manhattan and St. Panama follows:
John's College. Brooklyn. He Mr. and Mrs. Edward An- TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
joined Grace Line in 1917 In the schutz; Miss Catherine Arnold:; .. "CUZCO" .......... Jan.
operating department and his Yiss Annette Barth; William P. M.S. "SALINAS" ................................JFeb. oth
next eight years were spent in D. Bush; Mr and Mrs. Harry A. M.V. "SAMANCO" Feb. 17th .
India and Ceylon and In New Comley; Mr. and Mrs. Alla R. AA ............................. .
York In the Operating and Traf- Cullimore: Mrs. Miriam 0. Cum-
i tic Departments of the Grace berbatch: Henry J. Duncan; Mr. TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, HAVANA, BOOTS AND BER BUDDIr
steamer Organization which and Mrs. Bailey H. Dunlap; Miss NASSAU, BERMUDA, CORUNA ANQ LA PALLICE ,
operated Intercoastal and 'round Mary Fairchilds; Rep. and Mrs. "RINA D PACIFICO" (1eb. 131
L.be world services Antonio M Fernandez; and Pat- M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO- (Iso0 1N) ... Fb. 1 1 A
In 1925 he was placed In rick T. Foley. y0AW T -1 *'_
chargee of the New York traffic Joseph Kaman; Mrs. Norman TO UNITED KINGDOM DIRECT ,J--
Kaman; Mrs. Cecilia Kaman; I GA '- I
Miss Helen Kaman; Mr. Cecila Kaman;d S.S. "KENUTA" ................. ...........Feb. Sad
Miss Helenph Karan; Mr. and (ACCEPTING CARGO FOR HAVANA)
-Mrs. Joseph Karban; Mr. and -
Mrs. John J. Kennedy; Hugh
I King. Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. J. Harry ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
'- La Brum: Thomas J. La Brum; TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Levy; Miss
4aria L. Lupi; Mrn M an M.. *"DUIVENDYK" .............a............an. t
Homer. P. McCarthy;.'tev. Y1-T. & *.W "3]IR CE" ......... .....i. Feb, u
T *,r cent J. Mahon; Mr. and 8s. S.S. "LOCH GARTH" .............................. 4th
Frank Maus: and Mr. and Mrs.
0 Othelo Morales.
Mr. and Mrs. John T. O'DoI-
nell; Miss Jean L. Paskewitz; I Al Salinga Subject to Change Without Notie|.
Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Paulson; PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION CO. Cristobal Tel. 1654/5
a -0 Mrs. Velma Poewrs; Mrs. Emily FORDCo INC PANAMA-A-e. PetI #B Tl 3-15 ---
Sspel less roms- J. Price; Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. BABOA-Tern. Bldg. Tel 2-1M--
enie rae ledi . Raymond; Dr. and Mrs. Harry C. cAITAIN EaS
Sensible rates induhde rdle Rolnick; Rev. Vincent Ryan; CAAIN EASY
'' M wit Tlisio Mrs. Katherine Shaw; Mrs. Mae L, less I moker ignited a curtain - .
Many rooms wi Tvision Shaw; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph M. Nursing Home Fire with a cigaret. 90 E UT IT
Vananzi; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas T a HD FvOWM cWAo
S.Whittle; and Mrs. Edith M. Wil- Takes Five Lives 2R- o 'B- a

GOO IDEA (UP) Five elderly patients riUr gIEWI NW
burned to death yesterday when I u i m i es Pamre ar ma1 TO fE THEM!
f: 71h AVE. MN NI VAD MT. VERNON. 0. (UP) The a flash fire swept through dizsa ,hmSave htpalnr aroma l
at; tsOth St. W VltUr St. Vincent de Paul Church Boy three-room frame building a': iw.uo.e ciguaWUoa. bre *to-
SA TIMAES $MMI At BAll uCIII Scout troop changed the tradi- a nursing home here. s' e s t ame ntSm
SI ttional Halloe'en "trick or treat" Two others were Injured In|I ."a tbh am a1701 -0 .
S, m,, *,-, .,., 1 ,11 t -.1. demand to *pennies for the Corn- the fire. which firemen saldi sms1trw Da ox
tl __ll___ munltv Fund" this year. apparently started when a care.- eImmmem 5 a flw
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'amstiSval 'will opm t t
10:0 an. and will continue
S after dark. Many evi
ties of Interest are planned.

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and wmitire wlR be. r.
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ms, lo Cando a
oer the amplops of
moat of Fine Arts
tlOms and in
liberator of Cuba 61a
on the anniversary of .
The exhibit wIl remain un-
til February 5 at the School of
Painting on "B" Avenue, Nb.
M, Panama City.


Radio Programs

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HOG-840
Wt" 100.000 Ph MaN
Present

WToday, Tuesday, Jan. 17
P.M.A
:lb-The Little Show
:3--Music for. Tuesday
4:00-unny Days
4:15-4outb of the Border
t.1 Whaks Tour Fayorit
6:3a-Wat's Tour Pav or it e
(00ntd)
4:O-FADB AND FASHIONS
6:30--atwall C* ..-.
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CArL PINTO INO HAD DEMOLATI TheA 4 m wIll et 4
cal Thurmtlay at 00 pt.
At an opvear'tallatlon ceremony at the Cristobal Massale cial. m ttf at
Temple, Satarday evening, Vesma Bryant, retiring Master AllU tast0 p a ltWa
Cnelr, stalled Carl Planto as his sueMsoer to hbe t At- vited to 'srL
laasole chapter of the Order of the DeMolay for Boys.
The officers of the Cristobal Chapter of the Order of the Those present at the
Rainbows for irb s assisted with the Installation sad walked were Reverend. Ho-ry.
wit the corresponding officer in the DeMolay. pastor; Sergeant abd M,.
Amitinr Mr. Bryant as in- ties committee presented her a bert J. Fedder,
ailigg officers were the fol- bouquet of flowers from a Willa nb;. AL-i
ewing past master councilors: ftlend. Wlli T. a
Senior Councilor Brian Al- A large three-tiered birthday Mrs. Richard Goa
bright, Junior Councilor- Phi- cake, beautifully decorated Mrs. R d
)l Sanders, Senior Deacon -er.nd Inscribed was cut by Miss
V actor Mirrachi, Marshal Coleman, following which she
Carlton Croft. Mr. Arthur Al- and her partner lead the grand Cof
bright we& organist or the march, with the members Of Get u Fdatd c C
evening-. her court and their escorts. The Wive ort C Qu hol -
The o .n ces In-march was concluded by the WrIe mCubthly .6" '
eluded: B Coincilor arming 01 a large circle, In ed" coffee at the N. C.
Richard Reado Jduat Bouncil- which the Girl of the Year and tomorrow at 9:00 aa. '
or Thomas H ght4, Bcribe- her escort did a solo dance, tomorrow spitaity ha:0
Ralph Malcolm, P. M. C., en- Refreshments were served Toopnel Pcole dt b..
lor Deacon LesaHie oft, Jun. during the evening. W y Faly s A
lor Deacon Darell Greene; ranklyn Airman, sW ,i
Senior toward John Al- The group had the pleasure John Yarbrouglh wll be
bright, Junior Stewit Leo of having 150 members of the charge ,r
Constantine. Chapladn- Ben- crew of the U.S.. arasota asll members are r
jamin Favorite, entnel-Ren- guests for the dance. come and bring their
ry Mizrachi; Standard Bearer Mr. E. 8 McClelland was
-Charles Hardy, Marshal master of ceremonies for the
John Hatli, Orator James evening. .
Wilson; Preceptors Daniel I-- .
George, Thomas Gibson, Jay March of Dimes Dance
Cunningham and Dale Cockle. Planed for Fort Guliek Club
The pt master councilor's Lieutenant John McNeal is
jewel was presented Mr. Bry- chairman for a "March of
ant by Mr. Arthur Albright, Dimes" dauce to be given at .
chairman of the Advisory the Fort Gullck Officers Club f000*WO0
Council. on Saturday, starting at 9:00
Th1 mair address af the eve- pm. Theie Is no admission
ning was given by Rabbi Harri charge and all officers of the
A. Merfeld The traditional Armed Forces and their ladies,
;lower tall: was given by Phi- and all residents eligible to
lip R. Sanders. attend the club are cordially
Several Eelections were sung invited to attend. are.co
by a quartette composed of
Miss Barbara golf, MsAs Cath- Departures
erine Argo, John Albright and Corporal Brian Albright, who
Andrew Olaen. Mr. Thomas Jor- has been visiting his parents,
dan sang a solo "My Task." Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Albright,
A dance and reception w-as of Gatun, left by plane yes-
held in the banquet hall at the terday to return to duty at
conclusion of the meeting. Mrs. Fort Tilden, New York. Sheis vl yto look at.
Porter Mcian, mother of the charm ishort-oa f dY /--"
retiring M.aster Councilor, was know dth everreae, whk 1
in charge of the arrangements. Mrs. J. J. Kennedy, of Las exceptions, perspireM -smi
Cumbres, left by plane Sun- deres. Perspiration -r-IF10
Valentine Tea Planned by oay for Washington, D. C. She quickly from ost ofd thke
Cristobal Women's Club was called to the States be- but not from under the m
The Cri6tobal Women's Club cause of the illness of her So it goes ale. It soils
!P planning a Valentine tea daughter. Miss Helen Alrick. spoils pretty clodhe It lhv
to be given at the Red Cross Mrs. William Beers, 8r., grand- as unpleosant, ell-o led
building in Old CrItobal on mother of Miss Alrick is with she mayo noc bi .o
Februa7 ;4, from 3:00 to 5:00 her granddaughter. cealy_ wha A dS^
p.m. A members and friends cet inlyw ill'A m do*
of the organization are cordial- is't enough. T%0SEs m
ly invited to attend. Girl Scout Notice isn't enough. Pfti mW
The proceeds will go to fur- There will be a meeting of enMc gh Smuart enWm-I ii
their the active philanthropy all OGirl out Troop Leaders, ODO-2o-NO, the
work which Is carried on week- nusltant, leaders, and Commit- mod anti-pefrsp t "a
ly by the organization, tee members of New Cristobal, sur complete aderaie
----- at the home of Mrs. R. E. Cox, ecrion for kfll 24 boHas,
Girl of Year Dance House 59 Wednesday at 7:00 ono-no-No your skNaW
At USO-IkMCA p.m. This is a very important habit!
The Girl of the Year, formal meeting. u00= 0rW .
dance, wai held in the ball- she*.
rran of the Bolivar U80-TMC- ,,,
A, Saturday evening. I ya b h la-.

&a outstanding e lett sor- entetained the adult a y
lite during the past te e eSchool CUeM of the ta
moths, formed a tourit o; hon- Union Church at their e
or, from whom the Oirl of te for the el.-tionm of class ofr
Year would be announced. .In The new leaders of the a ese0is oa 404 -1
the order in which they were are: president- Sergeant Wil- LI e
called to the platform they liam Baker; vice-president- ..1iI.
ere: January- Mis Helen Sergeant Richard Porter; See- J WI 1
arquard, who is in the States; retary- MrA. Amelia Baker; '. ekEd beIN,
February- Miss Barbara Sher- Treasurer- Mrs. Carole Gould.
ry- who could not be present;
who is now a Wave; April -
Miss CarQI Coleman; May .
Miss Eunice Hassan. June N f V
Mis Cheva Mizrachi, July O ON *
Miss Ann Mizrachl; August--
Miss Rachel Oarzon, Septem-
ber- Min Joy Finluson; Oc-
tuber- Miss Connie Landry;
November- Miss Dora Delga- 1 ABX *
ao; December- Miss Thelma
T Lambert.
It was announced that Miss SL
Carol Colieman had served 277 C R I AL
hours with the G.8.O. GirLs, the I
highest number of hours giv- IG IL L E
en by any of the girls, and was
therefore anromlnced as the
Girl of the Year. 8 he was
crowned with a coronet of or-
Schids b Mrs. Joy Spice, last
Year's girl of the Year. Miss
Coleman received a certificate SEE US FOR
Sof eommerdation, presented by
the Cm t i.t.Manaement. Life Insurance e -Fire Insurande
A ift waspresented from the
SY.lA.C.A WWI' the Fort Davis
Servic 01.0b.by Mrs. Mrgaret Car and Liability Insurance
Austin, senir advisor to the
O.QS). Miss Joy Finlason A LM A A A
charlmann ot the social activi- ALMACEN SALAS



dren under the age of 18 may COLON Telephone S37
immigrants It a U. S. family
gives satisfactory assurances
that these children will be
o'adopted as soon as they come


I TSW~lPANAMA
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WAHINEGTON, Jan. 27 (UBIS)
- aSuport for Brotherhood
Week, February 15-22, has been
pledged by heads of the Amer-.
ean Federation of Labor and
Congress of Industrial Organiza-
tion.
AFL resident George Meany
and CIO President Watwe P.
Reuther In confirming labor's
dedication to the goals of Broth-
erhood Week, said that organlt-
ed labor owes Its success as the
bulwark of democracy to the
Spirit of brotlrhood that.motiv-
ate the free labor movement in
the United States
In his brotherhood week mes-
sage, Meany-salid, "Brotherhood
is the essence of trade unionism.
We of the AFL are in an organ-
izati6n that" was founded by a


Jew al named by a Negro. But
We are not Jews, nor Wfroes,
nor Catholics We are not of
Irish descent, nor French, nor
British, Italian or Swedish. We
are Americans all."
'"Brotherhood and the fight
against evil drLmination are a
52-week-ysafn eet ty," Reuther
wrote. "What we preach during
National Brotherhood Week, we
most p r a c tI cie every day
throughout 1085 and the year
ahead."
Both Meany and Reuther a-
greed that the American labor
movement has along record of
constructive achievements in the
fight for improved human rela-
tions among people of all races,
creeds and colors.


,mp eten d effleers at a meet-
Sof tbhe Commanding Ofe=r,
Tbi marks he first Marn-r


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Sof their friends at
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ed Mr. and Mrs.
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and Mr. and Mr.
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of the United State Kma
in Panama. and la i poned
by the- r dn Zone Art Lea
In cooperation with the U -
JWB Armed iner rervtee .CA.l
gr. .
C~tf Otb Oralhval Tea
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nymous publication of "scurri-
loua" campaign material, togeth.-
or with a provlibn that makes
&a Sate or How candidate
respoqib*le for such materWI f
it is distributed wtil his content.
That mould serve U a basl 8 for
.oioi~iniatl ot. caeudl~apt
"wh mhuma to taw a OiNta
or se ,
8. That Canlems, by lont g-
sout .Sates t get
gether on. tumform laws to han-
dle recount* in federal elections.
(Many states Ow have no pro-
vison for counting votes for
candidates for federal office.)

Canal Makes First

RP (oW l Purchase

In A os '3 Years
A contract for 60,000 pounds
of green Boquete coffee at a
total cost of approximately
$3,950 has been awarded by the
Canal to Luis Hidalgo, of 2
Central Avenue, PaMama City
The contract for coffee to be
used by the Commissary Divi-
alon waq awarded on competi-
tive bidding. The offer 6f Hidal-
go. for a price of $6SS a Wan-
dredweight was one of fo r en-
tered b local Rrewersn sup-
is. The bid represtm s
t offer from several ffer-
eat tfineas in the Ch.lriPro-
vince to meet r t1`11t1 a
to amount aa -Weelfmll:,
Other ddraM we F n
Dufta AmatL. A. .W BMW
Nacionalt aud FieaU A Irlis.
The accept S the
bid was = flt m y qi f"
ity of the cwf f101
the h


b.t lt ow time theOWM -
sary Division bought Bomete
Dafee l large lot but none had
been offered for sale recently
The coffee will be und to
bleiCn wlhh bmpbrted coffee. At
ong m e the aouaaary Divi-
son g"d tcht. ue t cof-
feein the retof nres but for
mmab year r k it has been used
a t% Wend who available.

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4W Contrti
~4n fed-
S that'
Marutgaricti limits
eIpl"aeed on spending by can-
rdidats and committees working
on t behalf..
The report was made to the
Senate Rules Committee which
miky bave suggestions later for
eleetdo law am enaments. The
subom tea prefaced Its own
proposm by stating "recent
etput the cost of last
fallHlo seampaign "as high
It sa a pping $6,062,378.05
was 4p t for federal candidates
- P ident, Vice President,
Senate and Hose on radio
and TV network time in the last
election. Th did not include
production costa, advertising
etc., It added.
It said bluatly that the pre-
sent e laws "are totally
laadIua .ad require im-
teM ., TThey are load-
f ,- the 'committee
suggested:
1. That spending In primary
electiong-whIch are tantamount
to election in some areas be
ublected to the same reports as
In m ss election and that
itleal convention
eg luded.-
2. That a committees "which
recel&v emntrlbution, or expend
funds .to influence the nomina-
tioi W. lmt. p of didates to
fabld. ,u be required to
tral authority ".whX h might be a
jobit congresmional committee.
9 =AA 9H$aeffal law re-
.je ic OR17 1B 1 Vrm na-
aeu Iro sBe groupsI
wh-- n := in mere than
owfMtee. tft.mertr are sent
to tin Clerk ofta House who
J Ie Nd$1 611wrtiy t Insure
$. Allf powtical Committee
should be required to use unl-
forn *eegunttn systems and re-
portMIg nethodeI and commit-
(uMM utat auimrt various can-
dklat should keep eeords to


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made of an Art Clan whbh
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THE PANAMA AMtRICAN -.


ieave your Ad with one of our
s


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

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


Sal6o de Beliea Americano
No. 65 West 13th Street '


Agencia Intermacional de Publicaciones
No. 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199


Carlton Drug Store "
10.069 Mel nder Ave. Phone 25566 Col6n

Propaganda, S.A.
"H" Street corner 2studiante St.
Phones 2-2214 and 3-2798


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FOR SALE FOR SALE
Household Automonhle
SALE:-3 porch blinds, $3.00 R SALE:-1953 Plymouth Sedan,
h, baby car bed $10.00, baby Crdnkbrook, Cactus Green. Not only
inette, $3.00, small radio $10 paid. Equipped with radio, direc-
lamp, $2.00, play pen, tional lights, Selex glass through
.00. Tel. *alboo 2696 out, chrome wheel disks, good buy.
SA : . .Tw S n Y-ou.,th Must sell at once. H5 602-B Co-
SALE: Two Simmons Youth 2-1908.
like new. Reasonoble price. coli. or callBa--boa 2-1908.
Arosemena Avenue. No. 88. 'FOR SALE:- -BARGAIN! Willys Se-
SALE. _Cd ,--,2-- dan, very good condition. Tel. 2-
ALE.:-Cotdspot, 25 Cyl. 8 cu. 4624
G good condition. $65.00 cosh.. --
W '2-C, Mindi St., Ancon, M. E. FOR SALE:-1948 Studeboker Star-
tAllker. Ilght Coupe, excellent condition.
_.- _- "---_-- I Call Cesar Teran, Panama 2-0825.
l .SALE:--Westinghouse refriger- -. . -- --- -__
25 cycle. Set mahogany end FOR SALE:-51 Ford convertible. 46
les. women's dresser. Phone 4- Na h. $620, motor scooter, $25,
Si as dresser with mirror. 0774
LE:. o --- '-1-2-c-, y G und 0775 G, Williamson Place,
SALE: Coldspot 25 cycles onone Balboa 1533.
mechanical condition, if you _.-- --Balboa-1533
looking for a bargain. Call 2-. FOR SALE:-Studebaker 2 1-2 ton
after 6. truck, duty paid. Excellent condi-
.LE: 25 cycle refrie- tor tion Cesar Teron, Panama 2-0825.
SALE: 25 cycle refrigerator:'-- ..... ---
igidaire" all porcelain in good;FOR SALE:-Hillman Sedon 1952;
Ition, $65. Double bed, $20, Hillman Convertible 1951; Hillman
between 4 and 8, 5454, Apt., Sedan 1951; Morris Panel 1951,
VDiablo Heights. Morris Convertible 1951. In per-
S .feet conditions and guaranteed, easy
:,SALE:-$85.00 Westinghouse payments Call Mr. Eskidsen, Co-
rator, 25 cycle. All porce- pIon Motors, Inc. Tel. 2-1669.
excellent condition. Phone 2- _---M-
5454-J Endicott St., Diablo FOR SALE: Chrysler 1946, New
Yorker $600.00.
TSALE:-25 cycle Westinghouse. Smet y PCherolet, S. A
Free Shelvador refrigerator, --- Buick Cherrelet
Scu. ft. 3 yrs. 3 month guor- FOR SALE:-1948 Buick 4 door se-
ie. 0772-J, Williamson Place.. dan, black. Good condition. Call
i Cesar Teran, Panama 2-0825.
rUK SALE FOR SALE:-Buick 1941, good con-
U,'Bla. ; c dition. Four good tires. Telephone
Real Estate 2-0740.
B$ALE:-2,400 Sq. 'meters land FOR -SALE:-1950 Chrysler Windsor
I r, modern concrete cottage, De Luxe 4 door sedan, leather,
Bedrooms, kitchen and both, radio, white side wall tires. Call
,A ,Id. 'Kerosene refrigerator, Ce'.cr Teron, Pahamo 2-0825.
ve. Light plant and pum p. FO? SALE:_-o1r --o -
& well, two steel towers and s0, SALE:-Morris Mihor, 4 Door
Large garage and shoe Sedon, light blue, 1951 model, 8,-
lumber, etc. Previously arge garage and shopC 000 miles, duty paid. Excellent
luber. ono B h r condition. Call 83-6151 ofter 5
).00 or will rent for $35.0.' -pm_. ______ ___
,nth. Apply R. E. Hopkin FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury Sedan, 4
S256, Ancon or phone Bolboc door. $1,650.
-'- Smoot y Peredee, S. A
---:-2- miles from-Arraijian_, Buick y Chevrelt
way. Property with three i OR SALE: 1951 Packard Pa-
each with lights, water, j trician, 400 four door sidan, duty
ng. garage, workshop, over paid, rcdlo, seat covers, ultremo-
fruit trees. Robinson 2-3151. I tic. white side wall tires. Excellent
'"- I condition Call Cesar Teran, Pan-
'SALE or BARTER:-FINCA i ma 2-0825.
NIAN DIAZ. 8.000 sq. meter, 15 -' -85________
*minutes cr crenent highway frorr FOR SALE Buick 1949 4-Door.
.ty, ber. ,' river. Moan hou'e Super "Dynafl6w." radio and heat-
anr house fuinshed. hase er. Good condition. Phone Reubaot.
CC.T. ar t of city life. Tel. 2.. Navy Pacific. 230'7 ofter 3-30 or
,42f. 2266 during working hours
SFOR SALE 1951 Chrysler New
W ANTED Yorler 4 door sedan, black, while
11 - Sde saclI tires, radio, duty paid
. n -0. Ce:or Teran. Panama 2-0825.
TE. C. etely urnet FCR SALE-Packard 1947, Cpper


MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS
De 11ee hie dl6elkig pmIele PHILLIPS Oceanside Cottages. The
Write Alkeheble l AsayAmeil. ie only court in Santo Clara with an
2011 Antes. C. Z. Oceanview from all cottages. Steps
Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133. to beach, Rock Gas, refrigeration,
Just around the corner of "J" St.. barbecue and shuffle board. Pan-
announces our new Lamp Shade ama 3-1877. Mrgarita 3-1673.
Service. We con now make to order' Box No. 435 alboo.
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover williams' Santa Clara Beach cot.
your old tne at low prices. toges. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
INVITATION FOR PROPOSALS TO Rockgas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
CLEAR PASTURt LANDS Except week-ends
Sealed bids in triplicate will be re- STAY at Hotel Pan Americono in
ceived in the office of the General/ Cool Beautiful El Voile.
Manager, Commissary Division, Mt. .- C
Hope, C. Z., not later than February Houses ON BEACH, Santa Clara.
19, 1953 at 3:00 p. m. to clear for AlsoCerro Compna. Shropnel's
.pasturage all or stipulated portions Balboa 1389.
of an area of approximately 800 Gromlich Santa Clara beach-
acres of land at Mindi, C, Z., be- cottages. Electric Ice boxes, ga s
tween existing pastures and Gotun stoves, moderate rates. Telephone
Lake. Contracts to be executed on 6.441 Gomboe, 4-567 Pedre MI-
the basis of bids received will stipu- guel.
late the exact boundaries of each
acceptable bid and will provide for FOR RENT
the removal of all trees, shrubs and F RENT
undergrowth, with the exception of HOUSMe
such reserved timber and shade- ---
trees as may be indicated by the FOR RENT:-House in Arroijon, on
representative of the Panama Canal International Highway, marked
Company. Bids may be on the basis Brownsville, 15 minutes from Co-
of mechanical or hand removal of coli, modern conveniences, partial-
existing excess vegetation at the bid, ly furnished. 1423-D, Corr Street,
ders' option. Interested bidders may Balboa.
arrange for inspection of the area
involved by contacting the Manager, FOK RENT
Mindi Dairy Form, telephone 3-1912,
between the hours of 7:00 a. m. ApartlentS
and 3:00 p. m., Mondays through-- --
Fridays inclusive. | ALHAMBRA APARTMENTS
rwo and five rdom furnished and
FOR SALE unfurnisd apartments; private en-
-rs- ,erclosed goodens. 8061. 10th Street.
Mipellaanenne New Cristabof. Telephone" ,aon
FOR SALE:- ~-1/ months l .. m 136


Boxer pup. Red fawn, registered,
excellent blood lines. Call 85-
419.
FOR SALE:-Zenith console radio'
with variable speed. Record chang-
er.- 60 cycle. Phone Panomb 3-
1777.
FOR SALE: Winter clothing used
two. months, girl's snow suits sizes
3 and 6, boy's surcoat, size 8
ladies coat with zip-in, lining
sizes 12, car heater and defroster
for Chevrolet, almost new, refri-
gerator porcelain in and out, 25'
cycle, two strollers, I collapsible.
ouse 1488-C, Dorman St. Tele-
phone 2-4298 after 5:30 p. m.
FOR SALE:-8 mimn. Movie Outfit,
best offer. 103-M Poraso. Phone
4.292..-


Position Offered
North American or European sales-
man wanted. Hotel International
room 602.
WANTrD: 7 Experienced English-
Spanish stenogarpher. Colombia


tarin e to, North Ampicon Supr 1950 00. ricTUIr. Eusebio A. Morales, "El
6p o children. Call Roos.! Sme5 y Peredes, S. A Congrejo. oAN
namo "-4'88 between 9-12 Buick Y Chevrolet L E
S 2 -5 OF ALE. 1950 Super eBuck 4 4 LE O N
,ECD -Fu.rn.hed or unfunh- Dr Sedn. Dynaflow and radio, ANN LATTIN ANNOUNCE TWO
ap:,"C-r.t two or more bed gc.-.il condition. Must sell, .wll ac- NEW THREE MONTH DANCE
I- Ohone 3-4052. cet beet offer, leading Isthmus COURSEES:-Regular dance classes
rED n Amercn family de- t.ae seen i 52C 2- GayIan re-opening February 4th, Wed. and
luxurousrrderfurne A Baloa o c 23269. Fr.at 3:30. Special Boy's Tap
lidence fotar two months slartng -C.R .LE 1951 Chevrolet, 2 duor Class starting February 5th,
P&, Ist El Coaigrelo." Bella V- se,la.-. Power GIje. perfect condi- Thulsday 6 to 7 P. M. once a
-ib Area. Telephone 3-0?'". q a ton 10 000 n,,le; Coll 2.29831 week. at GAMBOA CIVIC CEN-
!.. 5 p m or 3-009; .-e .i,. or see at 742-A, Enterprse St. Bal- TER. Phone 2-4415 P. 0. Box 1961
TED: --. To ren, ch-,.. i .___ re b
--edrooms with oHce or tour bed- FOR SALE -1950 Oldsmobile 2 Dr.
'iDiM tunlurniied, n El Ca-, 6C,, 1edan. Excellent ccnd t,on
r'Ia. Camoo m legre or Bello Vi-o I pid far qucl sale mav be seen U l ouple ans
lp.m 1o 5 p.m p a dr2,- '" + ,. "
VI from10to I taZ1 p.inand ro, or : 4-C, Balboa or call 2.3269.
Em to5P. Phone-l - FOR SALE -1952. Ford V-8 Fordor Baci M Dar
I;t) I i ,11 1 n',U ,'onne. leov.ng Isthmus. Call Ft.
I 17 I a L K l(..bbe 3276, 7 a m 4pm. Tey A w
-"GoId earr.ng Sapphre centre 'FOR ALE -Ford Coupe 1938 Good ey Aw l
*aistobol Post Office. Liberal re-, tir. a -rtal-on. Pouse 1574-G. Bal-
SCrlCtobol 2 16 bo, Tel 2-1387. LONG BEACH, Calif., Jan. 27
-Glasses Pn or near Amador t A young couple who
Sasi.n nd Reg r gave away their three-year-old
in"o-il N 49i 11 aion daughter appealed to authori-
__rd 1a 4-.i'4d,., o ties here today to help them
.. .. .. I regain her.
v Sm ice Steino lor oZ lasses Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haynes,
Se I I recent arrivals from Washling-
r-- hi poson-o8:3 Jm n hehIrdlo ton. D. C., tearfully told their
I To Be Held oBellins Thurs dytory y olice. te
To t The Canal Zone Junior Col- Viola Haynes, 24. said she was
I on 1i4 1le e will hGld a second registra- expecting another child and she
I itonfor Its Extension Divion on and her husband were desper-
Civ Cil Service examina- 'classes on Thursday from 6:30 ate for money. Through a mu-
ti.st .or. hc po ons.to. 8:30 p.m. on the third floor tual friend they met Mr. ald
C .Pe11rsZon rwPil ptelId of them Junior College Building. Mrs. Roy Coley who wanted a
r at th e C anl onreo nelCourl se offered Include: Ele- baby for five years.
S re ig t on r mentary bookkeeping hig Thecouple gave the Coleys
a, con- la a an-school level" elementary ac-hou plet gae the Coleys
niaiat the Civil Service .counhienere; elementary and iner- custody of little Frances Haynes
at Bla nnHeights.llbe or unmedialt- hbuinilaw; advanced last Wednesday and accepted a
ean '.i ton will bt e far all!typig in the commercial field- S250 loan for medical expenses
dil 'e spant of the aIslineering; machine, sheet for the expected child.
rodent s of the. Aetlantic metal and architectural draw- i't was a heartbrealn thing
I Itake tnc examination o inn: elementary Spanish; ele- to do" Haynes said, "butwe let
Bih.. l n ..e.... m en tary conversational Span-,them have Prances. There didn't
tion for the examfina- -ish Enllsh for Spanish.speak- se to be any other t wayi
not be accepted after ink students: public speaking ; He said as s ae PraUnces
S r examinations o ie T elementary psychology; and the was takenk away, Mrs Haynes
te.s..aei n selectio d contructn and construct of wanted her ba. ay old,
mre eligibility fo steno- clothing officials hbe rushed from the
altions only. o I On lhe Atlantic side the only house to stop the Coleys but
amiS on will be open, courses offered will be inter- was too late.
L tlo of Panamanian or'mediate shorthand and con- ..
la tMaensh M p to obtain versaslonal Spanis. Then the Haysne left for
for. possible employ-n Courses in business o english 8an Franan so In their search
the Panama Canal dramatics. English compoiton' for work. B11W we couldn't
Al Zoned S oeT Unt. I mineral and orewitmh atton: stand It wtt -the bab,"
1Be1t S.-Mnationfor^ sten- and all mathematIcs courses Haynes saidL
I held In Sep te.- have been cancelled because of Officersv wn aie to traeec
applications for the Insufficient enrollment, the Coleys by a S number,
In next month will It Is possible that several other and the =up 1 ae ,eadtl t
y, applications for courses will be cancelled after the polesb S'isg
61 i L Aato1??i toe be Thursday if minimum enroll- Frances *l I' 1
l daStdabe willbe ae m eat of ten is not raehed for Colcy. an flr.
ultatbennoutce the eurmses. police th
g'k_ O. d Fm rAlln, J lass." eeept thee tIthe ', ymn. 1tu-
Se drawing ll eet on Mondys expense. i
W __ Of__ _u. II.land Thursdays. with the flrs$ wife. Vi
i[Rtierm Bill MiW to be lId EwaMOn- ,o ag

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FOR RENT:-In Bella Vista, furnish-
ed two-bedroom modern aoportment.
Call telephone 2-2395 and 3-3882
after 7 p. m.
FOR RENT
Rooms
FOR RENT:-Nic famrished roop
for couple without children. Ave.
Porque Lefevre, C"a 32.
FOR RENT: Fp. Bachelor Only.
' *6 furnihyd. con cool 40"
hot running water, private eg-
trance. 4th of July Avenue No. 19.

FOR RENT
Mlscelluneoiig
FOR RENT:-Locole for storehouse'
and office. 150 square meters. Eu-
sebio A. Morales, Avenue No. 4.
El Cangrejo." near Hotel .El
Ponoro.a For information telephone
'no'r.a 3-1292 or 3-3371.


Nerw Books


The "Report of the Commis-
sion on 'he Renovation of the
Executlv-. Mansion," of special
Interest locally because of the
service of former Canal Zone
Governor Major General Glen E.
Edgerton as Executive Director
for the Commission, Is one of
the new books placed in circula-
tion by the Panama Canal LI-
brary.
The book has color photo-
graphs of the completed recons-
truction, a history of the White
House and an explanation of the
need for construction; detail-
ed information concerning the
construction work and structure
of the building; and even an ex-
planation of the method used In
disposing of souvenirs.
The complete list of new books
at the Library follows:
Philosophy Where to retire
and how; a comprehensive,
guide, Blanchard.
Criminology The court of
last resort nReview of selected
criminal rasesi. Gardner.
Zoology Stony corals of the
Eastern Pacific, Durham.
Applied Science The ship's
medicine chest and first aid at
sea. U. S. Public Health Service;
Monkeys as pet, iBrandt; and
The employment interview in In-
dustry, Kephart.
Fine Arts Report of the
Commission on the renovation
of the Executive Mansion. Mor-
ris.
Literature Best plays of
1951-1952.
Travel, Blography, History -
Bernard Shaw and Mrs. Patrick
Ca4mpbell; their correspondence,
Shaw; and The defense of west-
ern Europe, Middleton.
Fetlea Element of risks,
Derby; Yet otler waters. Farrell;
The lost trail of the Sahars.
lnsoa-Ruc., The cistern and'
the founeain, Matheson: Chil-
dren of Ke jlaa. Mittelholzer;
Death In v Lane'*. Morley;
and Guy Renton. Wugh ..
Added to tee febenee
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TwtyPrice Cuts
CZr CAOO. Jan. 27 IUPI -
pri o beef on the hoof,
ha dropped at stock yards all
ovYj the nation because of the
irealing 'amount of caWte be-'
a m ted, Ad' merlcaa
M tt ddtitry spokesman said
average of $28.0 per hun-
dir. pounds was paid for steers
so ar this month by Chicago
c :M=, compa d to $34.25 a
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AN TIRACTIW GROUP from the staff of ChARM Magazineam i, "
ways for a 5-day working stay in Panama. They are, left to I I, i
irapher; Michael Alf ro, assistant photographer; John Golden; AAle
Dovina Qolden, model: Ted Bruce and Mrs. Eleanor Bruce, ta dtar. IThe
ing Its trip to BSoth America, where they have been phot ugrapli ing -
Braniff routes. They are completing their working tour In Panama, elhe
some of their latest styles against El Panama Hotel and interesUttniP of
sults of their work during tht trip will fill the entire May isaem ofC, ll
Include an editorial calculated to lure travellers to the lateratlng spotI la& m


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For State Of Union Me
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WSH. 'N, Jan. 27 (UP) Ing. Taft declined to discuss spe asde as a Navy Ol vsMrveqr
Prestlent ..... hower will go be- cliic proposals in Mr. lIaenhowr "a'tonal defense.
fore Congiles t day to erer message because thoughtt. e eanfereesdid daisente
outline his plan It dealing with that was something whfbhoill n mlatlenof Charles X, lon
the Korean war "stalemate" and come only from the Preald ut, as defense aeeretry an e
other pressing domeastc and or- _x l aIho id befof ralfti*t
eign problems, it Va ai nounced ;th *aW da d bef ore. __ aere_ B
yesterday. al w.8"c..l
The timing of ) r. Elsenhow- al specific lelatve ieo
her's eagerly-awalted 8ta p o i He faon of V lia .
Union message was aRInouncdernUen Wtrgnnat on lw,
following his first formal Mon- scheduled rA 1r (Continud fr g i
day mor meeting with OOP an t anyaor f blw for tne o i n
congressional' leader, senlower mIht want'to ble for
A short while later a cold fore- Taft sid legislation to i e titution ot
ed the President to lay 4asde his Ownoerai it t Ubmetf State Un ersty
official duties for the day. It was Iid 4 to tes 101 ri
assumed he would back at his discussed. -o ff .
de.k-toda. w
The GOP leaders saaid after .n oOMr.fTrumi2b'ft.ofor .,1.-z
tlMI White nouse aonte 'ite l' l 3.iMow
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tahe to be broad td by W as- h at t
all major 0or. oub, ,rt ,.
it Republican leader Rob- "" e-t Wit ou"
er A. t described as "very N.r.., R0 .T-- e
herinr" t4e new Presidentas Oleo HeDdMtast r e <
mak r Otbiaz,
prOgr Si. An- 14W yasrt ay unt0 Mt0r.
5Shrgt Q .If violating the UuiB
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some d tn oroplon, ut ,y po ng al
ne r saidthe discus- Jelke had pleaded guilty tothe
n coeedl a broad field. n- violaon and faces an ntr
eluding tle Korean war, amend- ate term of a a .
mmet to :the Taft-Hartley law, jail or a firi of
fore aid. tax and spending The pudgy pMlly aiolu r Qr
polids aJd possible extension of four hours 4at
wage-prc controls'beyond their court and bis at Oey, alae 0oPL" ""
scheduled. April 30 el8tlon Siegel, exn have r
date. g -'- gotten all about U." '.
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Hf 99-"- r nd the ccadlr eak addura handed
theThere will be no him a script that e lk for him to
-tea Laughton quicken the pule of females
.nd Pa Kettle Tony makes John 01 igt-ish
t a sponsored love to Joan= Dru InDrItng
e making and hpe tat at he has won
'' oa min "ltars, over the oro l ur and pro,
(Ujp oe b4-k who said that he was too young
S. city trek al the r of "Bla Ltn- for adult stardom.
S-chester's Private. Music Hall"-
S, two hours of -' h dracter "It was aptla a I I l
Q U FO comedy, ewelt and know what t* dabe"t it," he
l. patter "aspled with a sier- told me. "Plhyelaly yoe dMe't
Sousness--ahe gneed a pro- ch auge meh fm M to r
feaulonal divor*eur Laughton h






dhlimto vote for ". m Bt et a v' eh. we ase oaftticam fSery nal-astde If Man gimrla Ina
y.a te 1e 1 foowed the concert tras ever turn ppnto
a eow. Itlear be him- Working with Jeane helps.
self-4.4estntd slver did as to pew I've worked with youaat
inee of the spry- rLg h a n d e"ha
T ,theee-im ba e he W" la I" -- o -

teamed a s ome ad as became lerv half-caste Mexican rl in
rnwhel a oILto a h mae followed the concert trail ever turn an the zippy sl y, NE
nd n-_otper pioneered by Laughton am d "That's my dream--a real Airs-NEI
e ich wth he e nces at a l t b lused that she heard a lot a- matic role" saucer-eyed Marie beli
l te sours e o a committee's tie & mid- long the way about "Charles sighed on the set of Te ddfe for
de- ed A blowing hA top." She laughed it Cantor Story." She's. j a ma
vted'fOfr him Wilson off with: temperarnentalstage queen. cIo
1o l ti lM.t o i, "real In a uspeueIful tal of mar-e. "z can imagine what happen- Luscious Marie has bused 55.- Th
aas i ealents of der, violence and Intriues, Wil- ed. He probly referred to the 000 miles around the world dur-
rt A. corporate m anement and the Uiam Holden Is seen as a cynical tage lBhting, or sometng, as ing the last 12 months on loca-
that the t amg t d o rf eadr- newspaper reporter whose boy-. hopelea. But when Charles says tion trips and to Korea and can
li ie t. hoodrltnd dmoad OBren Is soothing Is hopeless. the way he now laugh:
*ra l M Mvl tt e altonatall the at, Jman oi says It. t a little overpowering.
liked to abe. t ) o the Senate Ar med maci"racket buting "I was seared only once-on a q
re emitted Wison comm Believing that the th stlo dishonesty reaches "BLUBBER" BATTLE lane in India. It was stift
to sell any doomed to fal- out to cheven he father ofotevenat000 feet, bt the
objecons offeringto h stat lde nd O'Brien, who s leading r Griffin, the ex-Freddy plane had no cool sste
enhIof his stock. le also show Ale interest in it, until. the crusade, events move swiftly Martin band vocalist due for a what happened? The co pilot
1.aL sat tWere is "ho written or ver- Ald"armith, O'Brien's charm. toward a climax of violence and sA illdu at Warner Bros.. is just opened the door, tied it with
Other sotee ad it ls bal understanding, eased or ligly sophisticated secretary. exttement. Dramatic authen. ill that he's In the same a string, smiled at the pase-
that two other r busraes leaders &amg s re- ars on the scene. Betors any t cli' is added by the use of ac- l e league with Mario ers and said, 'There-that'l cool
named toW ~ the rticlpants are aware it SIal ~of crowded streets, a Now a trim 160 pondsfor you off.'
probable 'tA. 'b oni_,whtW t gle .-s developed Z k6l- ed fight arena and i I withaKathr Grayson --
1InleaW.hly Se n.' ger 'erts d.i(mi-!'ch.) Gcthrete the-long frlend- o0509 0ta-the-spot location eMoore Story," Dons Drake. on how to com-
their rv im t o ad orent w "n i o the two nn M er said: binmarriage with a career:
atdo sathe ernment will be "in hip of the two men. n 1948 I was singing on a na- "I only work in a couple of
St l bit, the committee be- Sea Ask ol adio sh.ow from a San movies a year and don't worry
a a.iB thtr gi F.to unravela sordid story of ranci station as 'America's aboutmy are.Tre r
thay v l thaear- rtlon in h igh oro Rom tlc' Singling SBtar.' I weigh- enough nervous people running
Iepo3 t n corruption in high places. When o fUf ed 240 podhds but I was too stu- around the studios. I don't want
Ts S" S, a flod epid to understand why I was ne- to bring any-of it home to my
t Sen. Wayne L. Morse (Ind," -- er allowed an audience or why husband."
the t B Oe, tarrying out bhis ano * Sg rii the network never released my
ary-doelF1naa0 T eucI ua Ivntention to l t the ap- p elhotoW rl ls. I didn't think -was *1
na. points, afdWaslon did nyt -D eveo too fat qntl I met Joan Edwards. LasI fermany s
The say eer e "the se t totha T 29 sets of family quarters "She eakte to the studio, listen-
Rob Mrsp- t t A9 needed. H I Ww- at ralnpe Field Air Fore Base ed to the 1how and then collared
t.veN et Be .-ln .- P ower which are now occupied by Pa- me with!*
hot had in dltt in .is M tceause as nama CAnal empolyes will gain 'LSok, y. I think your sing-
f tir Ill, a oi.ts l t be required bv the Armed ser- Ingr is tend. But that blubber Nai P
SJdhc that h vce,' and the occupants have has to go. N i l
in Wl' dnot queo 'sI "ut.. pi been notified that 'they mast ."That did It. I went out and
Surop,'.."u' vacate their quarters by the end lost 80 pounds.ln six months. But BERLIN. Jan. 27 (UP--Soviet
o (D- e o ldt who J (UP)Brit of next June. It's still a ietght fight with me." zone secr.'t police have smashed
WW. Q.) .g needplans today t The quarters are in a group of -o- a Nazi-type underground or-
aN.Y.), rato head at ful speed In de- buildings which were Barbara-,Stanwyck. who seldom ganization which plotted the
tIS S '. "Umln ibe atomic power plants ree to the Ca&W. by Ut.Alr gets riled. is at the boilin pot assinatn f top government
and a ery of tWS, Franca eld wasi..- over the rash of printed reports leaders, the East German press
Thse A. actvated when additional Ouar- linking her to 2-year-old Bob claimed today.
bow rw awaited that W9- Dunan Sandys; minister of tw sie aulssed o r th A o aeASt.Re-echota e the denTal The Communists press report-
new i1n4 ih ..m A ..m n upi d son-in-law of Prime ic a Ie by th transer og a made to me m months i even outh were arrested j
haAe.bl'-____ W^a O ilsl w1 hure.ll Aai br 'thuh+', hen abe and Bob were wrs and sentenced, to lon reason
1 -r.i n made the inouUnceent hi the Bureau to ristobll "T, ito e" Barbara declared.r s t e n" d to ing r undw-
JTh gr of +++_ua^ =" +ff--: ,,+ .r ^,,^ lrw1 o .*Itera wes fil could;ut be lm-Interest"t .otr as Iooh under-
V.'e ,,ghOfm t". ,UNIX to ,ao g. i i
cthe h h e dby)lg a'm-nPa-, ttWerew olf re-.
'Aa mca tlm of'It l mlwth o b i 've The press reports aid the
=Ifr fe6 *r g rnatwh neti oti youths, who ranged in age from
MmB r formcottages him at this or that place. weapons cache with which they
ronew owquar I'm sick ad tired of it. 'm s planned to kill East German
I of in power ei te be: for oCupan carin n what anybody writes a- government official.
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Ie in West Berlin, are manufactured of a flexible, plastic
ted wire which children may bend into any position they deasr,
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TODAY i EATiKES


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CENTRAL THEATRE

Glenn Langan -- Elsy Abbyynin
in -

"RAPTURE"


LUX THEATRE
Lavish and Rormantc Releue!
"MAYTIME AT
MAYFAIR"
with -
Michael Anna
WILDING NEAGLE
IN TFCHNICOIOn"


BELLA VISTA
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A GREAT
MdUSICAL
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"RETURN OF THE TEXAN"
with Diale Rober .- Jeane Dru


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"THE BLACK CASTLE"


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Government In Anti-Trust


Suit Against Pro League

(By U.P.)
A long-drawn-out legal battle is anticipated as the Gov-
ernment prepares to open its anti-trust suit against the Na-
tional Football League in U. S. District Court in Philadelphia'
today.
The N-F-L and its 12 member clubs are charged with re-
stricting telecasting and broadcasting of pro football es ,.
"in unreasonable restraint of trade and commerce." N-F-L
Commissioner BertBell says the League is exercising its rights ,
when it rules which games may be carried on T-V and radio'
stations.
The outcome of the trial undoubtedly will have a broad
effect on the radio and television industry. Should the Gov-
ernment win, similar suits are expected to be filed affecting
the televising and broadcasting of college football games and
other sports events.
The case is expected to last a month. Judge Allan Grim
will hear it without a jury. Both sides have lined up a bat-'
terv of lawyers and some 65 witnesses are expected to testify.


Mitten Favorite

In Elks Tourney


Dr. Herb Mitten, the other
S golfing dentist of Balboa, is
,: favored to win the Elk's annual
golf tournament. The affair will
S be held at the Gamboa Golf
Ciub on Saturday, Jan. 31, start-
ing at 7:30 a.m., and continuing
until the last match is in.
All the members of lodges
1414 and 1542 are invited to
participate, as well as any visit-
ing Elks in this area. The entry
fee for the tournament will be
$1.00, which also includes the
dinner to be served immediately
following the tournament.
For all adult non-participants
'. the charge for the dinner will
be $1.00. Joe Copello, Chairman
of the Activities Committee of
Lodge 1414, has announced that
there wl be w prizes for the duf*.
S ers as well as for the golfeul'
S Anyone desring a starting
;. time may.m I tthe Elks Club in
Sft* Balboa old make their wishes
known "and the committee will
-- attempt to grant their request.
-') Foy those not having a four-
Uf et61me made up, the pairing will
be accomplished at thed at the club on
Saturday.
-.Ii :The management of the Gam-
b a Golf Club has made the
course available to all parti-
c- pants in the tournament.,
without the payment of green
'i ees. for practice roito.
CRITICAL K5 *

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Pro Loop Twinbill
Scheduled Tonight
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE
STANDINGS
TEAM- Won Lost Pet.
Bluebirds ...... 13 9 .591
Brownies ...... 11 10 .524
Bombers.......12 12 .500
Yankees....... 9 14 .391
TONIGHT'S GAMES
(Panama Stadium)
First Game: Bombers vs. Yankees
Second Game: Bluebirds vs.
Brownies.
The Panama Pro League will
hold its weekly Tuesday night
bargain doublebill tonight with
the Bombers meeting the Yank-
ees ih the first game and the
Bluebirds taking on the second
place Brownies.
It was also announced that the
league will hold the drive for
funds for the Carol Le Ganss
Educational 0Poby opum for an-
other week. Atyee wl thing to
add 4o the funR4 cea 8so by
mallinr their ehMU 'to the Pan-
ama Professional League.

Owners To Revert
To Old System.Of
Reporting Jockeys
At a meeting hMld yesterday
evening at the JuanR Franco
Clbhsoque the owner f race
hob deideed to., n to the
15 of r*.ric Jock-


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the all other daily papers in Panamia combloe I


BOOST- Utah State's Bob
arrtson seemingly gets an
extra boost from Tom Hunt
leaping high in the air to sink
a driving shot for another two
points as the westerners de-
eated Manhattan 59-57, to win
New York's Holiday Basketball
festival -at Madison Square
Garden. (NEA)


Great, Ex-Great

Attend Funeral

Of Mike Jacobs


NEW YORK, Jan. 27 (UP)
The great and ex-great of boxi
were among the 1,200 who
tended the funeral of promo
Mike Jacobs here yesterday.
Former heavyweight champ
Joe Louis was most promine
He told friends befo q te s]
Nq 'Qtler proer woi
have worked along with me 1
Jacobs did."
Jacobs died in Miaml Beach
the age of 7; Saturday after
career which established him
czar of boxing before his retli
mqnt in 1949.
In addition to Louis, two oth
former heavyweight champki
attended the services-Jersey ;
WAlcott and Primo Camera.
The crowd which overflow
the chapel ranged in degree.
rank from ex-Postmaster GOen
al James J. Farley to a Broadw
character known as "Commode
Dutch," who annually staged
mythical ball for which he se
tickets.
The Commodore said, "Mike a
ways bought tickets to my b
and he gave me free a $100'tick
to the Louis-Conln fight."
Dr. Julius, Mark. chief rabbi
Temple Bmanuel, officiated
the services. He described Jacc
as a clean fighter, with who
no breath of scandal ever u
associated."
After the services, a corte
drove from the Manhattan cha
el to Washington Cemetery
Brooklyn for the interment
the Jacobs family plot.

Sports Briefs
(By UNITED PRESS)
TENNIS-Injured Frank k
vacs of Oakland, California, h
won the National Professlon
Clay Courts Tennis Champil
ships at Hollywood Bqach. Fh
ida. He scored a 7-5. 8-6. 6-0 v
torv over Bobby Riggs of Mia
Beach. Kovacs swept to ]
fourth clay courts title despite
fall Sunday which left him ph
Ing with a taped wrist and ani
TRACK-Flying Don Gel
mann has decided to shoot :
his fifth straight Wanamal
Mile triumph In the Millnr
Games at New York Thursd
night.
The inclusion of Gehrma
was announced yesterday
meet director Fred Schme
Others who will compete in t
Wanamaker Mile are Fred Dw
er, Fred Wilt. Ingvar ricasson
Sweden. Rolf Lamers of Oerr
ny. Warren Dreutaler and E
McMillen.
Sehmer alo ,nonces t
entry of Jamal= ca's Bbl MegK
le. in the 600-yard run. Prevoi
entries are Mal Whitfield, Oeo
Rhoden and Olle Sax.
Australia's candidate for
four-mInut miae-John LandW
woan the hd-mie championsi
at orMn yMfy by 15 yarj
y loea, < in a one -
I, 3 Ita-t..th soeoi4
Set a meet recorMd.
TeBsni star Mev Rose
Australa beet VieSelxas of o
ad"1nla. -4. 4- 4. 2-4.
114- yetert to win the ia


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Margart 0 04033 x-10
8etih Alequas. Lius and Dilt.
Crawr4d and cOraw.
Minn'r 4, 6. S" Pas 3
ah lle ItmelA. of Powes
notched his first victory, hab-
i-g the Police Pala a 4-2 defeat
Thursday at the Margarita sta-
dium. French allowed but two
hits while striking out twelve
and alo aided his own eause by
blating a double against the
Harry Kris sign in deep left
centerfleld coupled with two
singles.
Lester Bailey pitched credit-
ably for the Pals, limiting the
Powells to but five hits.
Score by innings:
Powell's 2 2 00 0 0-4
Police 0 0 0 0 2---
C. French and Hitchoock.
Bailey and Palumbo.
Margarits Oilers 10. Moett' 3
Larry Didler became the fist
hurIor in the Atlantic L. L to
defeat the Little Mott's. this
season. Larry hurled a brilliant
one-hit shut-out until be tired
in the last inning and allowed
three runs. Larry struck out
eleven Motta men and never wIas
In serious trouble throughout
the game.
The stand-out hitter for the
Oilers were, Mel Field, Larry
Didier, Tommy Cunshmem,
Pete Ender and Billy 111 On
who all came through wtluT-
ly hits In score in0 0" t.an
mated. Frank Corrigan, ,M y
Marshall and Joe White h15 K5e-
ly for the 4Motta's.
The fielding eom of hAe Uan
was turned In by Nd Mgr.
shall, fleet-footed eenuWMmUd
of the MotIp'a speared - a -
hop line drive whineh ue-a
the base umpire who nan
batter out but was ev T I A
the Umpire-in-chlef, wh
ed the ball had bouneao-ite
ground first. I
Manager Ros Culhmndmapn
lost the services of CA-ts0
McOraw when a blhm t5
struck his catching hin ia the
third Inning. X-rays rev#.tht
Jon has a small fra.t 'i big
hand. Jon has be ei elM
Into a very fine receiver f" othe
Oilers.
Score by innings:
Mar arita 02306 A2-10
Mottaa 0 0 O 00 3.3
Didler and McGraw, r.d
B. Will, Morland, MRm and
Chase.
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THE STANDINGS Jo e Johnsan's on olo 11 r
'B D In olr-lme l ten i the ra
.a Won Ls"t Pt. tir luit Margarita i, i i
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Solo 3 .500 d ifby the score the %&a a
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Pollet 2 3 .400 slnade of Powel's iitch- in the ring
Margarita 2 4 .33 ed brllint two-hit shut-out abll five lea
for five Innings, being relieved I
Little Mottl's 15. Powell b 3 y elth Kuig t the start of at'h -1
the sixth nninr du to L. L. IS o ap
After a shaky first inning Rules state that a pltcohr can- eder
Gary Maloy of the Motta's set- not pitch any more ti o ~ihi, Impraite oitt
tied down and pitched hit-lam9 fuBll i tnmBlhsp p week. Kulig X- qrrn" g with
ball the rest of the way to notch wed one runin the sith t e me lId
his third victorT of the season en 1ttled dn iR pitched e th a so far hU at
b the core of 15 to ry r forten l omplne
thMimatly for the next four in- e941, a who
lowed but tho hits thir c vie- n d b h seen
tfory oft the setasn by the score Tener-ftllndpin d theo ni Waey t h bee as mWpu
ot IS to 3. Gary allowed but two t ahe hurler f the w4f". .U the late Stanl Me.
hits while striking out twelve. Braves, Danny ills who ut n. s009 thee SuMu mNor -
The blows were a double by hurled brInutly for hs nie L l t
Charlie rench and a single by inning tenure on the mound. tlr mr s re
Billy Hitchcock. Danny allowed but three hits., 1 tor to*ng tslw arm,
Charlie Chase and Johnny oe of which was Charlie French's s tto to top form ak
Marshall were the heavy stick- line drive homerun or t we re winner i
era for the Motta men. Chase center-field fence in the second )T t andede wndmif fant
blasted a home run over the inning. Danny struck out nine- rl ade t th fans an
Coi Cola sign in the second teen Powell batter to set newr be
inning while Johnny Marshall record. new tn Itq be the fight-of-the.
came through with three Wildness min ith a
doubles. ed with s ro u- A si-round special between
ple of base hits brought the Horaie ettis eMnd oe aJ
Horao 01& and Joey An
ame ~to an end In the tenth and a f s-o m mlad =.lmln
Score by Innings: ni g with the Powels coming t i 0 ad l
p with eight. big markers. The Hestwi m
Poell's 0 0s o lasted for three and a half I
Powell's 3 0 0 0 0 0 -- 3 nourams ..
Maloy and Chase. r .. .. Cheifo ringside seats will 'g
This writer wishes to tane tes fo while emral admuimcl
Sanders, Kulig and Hitchcock. ortunity o commend the prces will be
Margarita Oilers Is, Coco Soio 1 cand oco 8e ito i n attending
t Ros c om Epilay at Mar- No On Allowed
oss Cunninham's two hit a. It shows that yoa are
hurling of "Chuck" Crawford terestedin Ouryoungstersy pa.
downed the Coco Solo Braves by AndtYou give ,yeo your moral Pf the fae Ciil ,
the score of ro0 to taufo t sp.port. Congratulations to you .bttle ield here was. closed
llers first win of the seaaan. the pubic for the duration t
Timely bae knocks by Tommy Score by tInnings:... thae uter-sU weaon "
Cunnlngham, Jules Damlani. d. camse hunter were Iama n
Mel Fleld. BUW Olbson and Don po" Us0 01000 0 0 deae nyr from mark m&e4l y
Bruce's extra base blow a Braves_ 0I000010?0 00---1 b ts lWer wai t n gl.Pby r
double were all instrumental in 00 10000-1 u t waiting. Park
the Oilers. soreing. anders. t and Hitccock. L j in isb
Score' by innings: and iarpians Luf9m ah ltlof-
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Ordnance vs. Beetrlcals.
Thursday: p. C. Transport
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Ordnance w. Anmy Ordnano.
Navral Staisn 11
Ceuauteary Te= Baim 7
Nal Station Improved tU
option In the Pacific Divisional
ftball LaB by trimming
Com4mamary Collin 11-7.
A sit-run ral In the firt
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bNav taton amrnered te

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had 3 t 3 apiece. Sterling nd
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Central.Labor, Office snarled
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gene (Krupa) Dudley In the
lint inning. Dudlev wu the
winning pitcher. Layne, the los-
Ing pitcher, received aid from
Dixon who in turn was relieved
by Jqhn Wast.
L. Daniels and C. Parris Doled
out circuit clouts for the losers.
The leading hitters were: C.
Paris, 2-2; L. Roberts. 4-5; R.
fPster. 3-4: and E. Davis, S-4.


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stop ter being body chewed ia a match with rooklya t their
Ninth Resiment Armory in Manhattanm. Ironically.e New Jeem
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BALBOA MABRKSMN HAVE poslbly a att W &M
UrP AND DOWNS wEat he vwas W
GALLERT LEAGUE shooting. racked up 4.
four Balboa On Club shooters "
Itio a team lost a p a 1
Swiththe 45th Recon. Wed- o1ll, lih ti fnL t Ou. El
eaday night at Fort Clayton w ted. and A I
rawe, butthre of the four join- Sttil and his bo4m SA
ed to make uv three-fourtha of a deal of credit Sad
pstol team which beat a sur- for the work latr a
prfllUly tron "Amifgos" team making It valuable far Ie-a
Sthe second match of the eve- use.
alboa and the 45th were both Detaled MorM:
IaMfeated when their match
tartedr but the Iran Horse Cav- U Nm O
* wN just eight points too e S*mfd
food for Balboa as they won 1083
to. I5. StriplIUn's 274 was bhih Stripling . 0 U 7
for the winners, while Fred Wells Waldrup . 0 S & '
asked up 271 ttop t the losers. Walker . 4 7 g
The cores were not exceptional. Budd .... 9 l a
and reflected the holiday layoff.
although both teams were very Team Total-
consistent.
In the 9toi match. Balboa 3AU8A
turned 011 the t and beat the
Amilg 101 tlt "thak to the Prn St nd
pacemakin 262 fred by--guess Wells ..... w 1
who?-Fred Well again. To lead Iucaa...... 5 W 9
our tem In a rifle match, and Joe . M
urnarou and top It again in Turner ... .1 W
a pito match Is a new accom-
lbbent locally, and Fred de- Team Total.- 1
serves credit for the fine shooter
he is. Mike Wolchick, his team- (P L)
mate, helped out a lot with a 260.
HBih for the losers, possibly In-
Spired by"Fred Wells' perform- Bl w owb 3
ance, turned o ut to be a ms- Wells ... 77 M91
placed rifleman, a Bill Jaffray, Wblclck .. M5 f


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'h NEW YORK, Jan 27-UP-A "Let the popl
"leral court jury convicted
termer government economist TWENTY-EIGHTH TEAR.
tillam %I Remington early
y of o.ving when he uenied
psing secret information to D ea th
W g uwCommunist spy courier regi. *
The.jur" of 11i men an. one | EEI
&W half hours found the 35-
S- ol.1 former Commerce
,eartmern. employee guilty on
0o counts of a five count fit r



uryan Georgme K e r y r a Posh Roman Catho- the
ed time verdict which had been lc prest and two scon-tudents in the
ffect branded him as a trial of seven persons acrurysed of.
lead the verdict which, in lie priest and two students In the
effect, branded him as a trial of seven persons accused of
3 illng tool of Communist spying for the United States and
m*pionage agents operating tne Vatican against Poland's
Washington during world Communist regime.
ar 11. Sentences will be pronounced
BHe was accused of lying five by a military court at Cracow.
mes during his first trial He Poland. 10 p.m.
charred in the first trial The official Polish news agency
th lyin,, when he denied he earlier today broadcast a report
r was a member uf the.that the three had been sentenc-
munilt party ed to death and that three other
The five count. in the sec- priests had been sentenced to life
idtrial charged Remington imprisonment. A woman defend-
Sn denysing he gave gov- ant. the earlier broadcast said,
Sdenyinghe attended was given an eight-year prison
munist party meetings. de-I term.
ng he knew of theh oung Later te Polish agency told
Smun'.;L League while a the British Embassy In Warsaw
mouth College student: that the sentences had not yet
denying he paid dues to the been prbnouncec but were de-
d.,ty manded by the Polish govern-
ment prosecutor.
One of the principal witnes- No correction was sent out by
sa against Remington was the Polish agency because "the
beth Bentley, f o r m e r sentences were at, good as passed
munist courier, who first anyhow," the British Embassy
d cha ges against him. said.
hre testified that Remington The official Polish news agency
her "'secret" and "super- broadcast identified those whose
et" government informa- death was demanded as: Father
when he was employed by Jozef Lelito. the principal de-
ME W Production Board in fendant. and students Michal
ar II. Kowallk and Edward Cachllca.
admitted he gave her The Polish Communist news
*| rnment papers but said agency. Pap, in a broadcast mon-
were of no worth, and itored here, identified those sen-
.bt he did It Just to try tenced to death as Father Jozef
L i3 t like a "big shot." Lellto and two students. Michal
4mwense attorney John Min- Kowallik and Edward Cachlica.
said Remington was a The Polish agency said the
$ young Idealist whose prison terms meted out were:
already was ruined by Father Franctazek Szymonek,
Blf charges against him. life; Father Wit Brzyckl.. 15
'"S oielety demand any years; Father Jan Pochoplen. 11
ore?" he asked. years. The woman co-defendant
was Stefanla Rospond.
Md, Father Lelito. the main defend-
ant. was charged with being the
-eV "leader of the gang" and was ac-
I ncused of belonging to the "na-
W oon Resm e tional military organization" and
having sent. together with Fath-
A Cro i er Szymonek. more than 10 re-
Ac Cross S ports abroad "containing state
secrets."
British Overseas Airway Cor- Their main agent abroad was
p9ration trampatlantic Strato- identified as Father Jan Szpon-
uiiser services will resume dur- der "an agent of the American


lagt the next few days, local
BOAC manager Donald A. Cam-
eron announced today.
BOAC grounded its 10 Strato-
Sruisers last week following a
ItOss of engine failures. The case
4 the trouble has been found,
d is being remedied.
Cameron today received word
frpm London that BOAC had
di>i d thp nth mi of th4. fnrvIn


Sultan Of Morocco

Seeks To Resume

Talks With French


i. rue cause i ne engi ne
in the tratocruisers' to PARIS. Jan. 27 (UP).- The
tian the Stratocruisers to Sultan of Morocco has asked
faorn lubrca t nof the French government to re-
dilution of thgs due lubricant sume negotiations on the stalled
soline and air under cer French reform program for the
gasoline and air under cerMoroccan protectorate. informed
Conditions of temperature sources reported today.
engine revolutions. The sources said Sultan Sidi
Mohammed Ben Yousself made
I CZ Official the proposal last week in a let-
ter to French President Vincent
use No. 153 Aurlol. They said Auriol refer-
red It to Premier Rene Mayer
-i Go-for examinlon.
-ing, Go-ingl According to these sources,
the Sultan no longer insisted on
ain Singh and Co. was the abrogation of the 1912 treaty
rent high bidder on the which established France's pro-
Official house. No. 153, at tectorate over his North African
0i Heights which was last kingdom.
d by the Comptroller. Instead, the Arab ruler was


1w0 the purchase and de-1
of the building were
led Monday morning at the
Be of the Superintendent ofi
houses in Balboa.
-e contract will be awarded
)wing an appraisal of the
here were three bidders for
old house. Chain Singh.,
ago and Co. and Paredes
Co. Ltd. The building is to
feMolished within 30 days
r the award is made.


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PANAMA, R. P., TuIDA, JANUARTY 7, IMS ,. I



imanded For Polish 'Priest,



ts, Accused As US Spies


secret service," now In Munich, In reporting the sessions. the,
Germany. Polish Communist noewapper
The woman defendant. 8tefai Trybuna Ludu said "reaglon as a
nia Rospond, 22, accused of be-screen for espionage and free-
Ing the organization's liaison a-dom of religion In Poland is a-
gent, is Szponder's niece, bused for the same purpose."
The Polish Communist press The official Polish news agen-
exploited the trial for an all-out cv claimed that Father Lelito a
attack against religion, the Vat- parish priest at Radki. was the
ican and the U.S. organizer of an espionage net-


East German Arrests Mount;


Big Shakeup Among Diplomats
-0-


BERLIN, Jan. 27 -(UP)-
East German Communists
have arrested numerous pro-
vincial Christian Democratic
officials end opened a wide-
spread purge of the foreign of-
fice as a follow up to the ar-
rest as a "Western spy" of
foreign minister Oeorg Der-
tinger, d-eputy leader of the
Christian Democratic Party.
The pure of all Soviet zone
political parties and the gov-
ernment has caused the flight
to the West of a record num-
ber of Soviet Zone residents
and officials.
Refugees reported secret po-
lice have opened a wave ol ar-
ieats of Christian Democratic
officials in the province of
Saxony Anhalt.
Numerous party officials
were said to have been arrest-
ed, including FPei n l
wind, Maycr of Ltewi;a
sabotage of socialist ron-
,abotage of soclaflst recon-
struction.
The refugees reported the
lesignatior of Hermann Buch-
terkirchen. mar of Weimar.
In Torgau awee arrested
includedd the director and staff


members of the government
bank, the refugees amid.
The West Berlin newspaper
Telegraf reported the Commu-
nist In a shakeup o._the for-
eign office have recalled am-
bassador to Hungar, Stephan
Heymann. and ambassador to
Albania, Erhard leheffler.
In addition, the 0 ommunlsti
fired 22 foreIgn )!nlsdry offli
clals and ece It diplomatic
aidse serving p Warsaw,
Prague, Budapet and Tlrana,
the newspaper ad.
The switch- were reported
after- Coumnmeid Anton Ack-
fermann i t Derting"r
foreign minlwm,.
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u-ww up =j ww .
LIVENOOL, Jan. 27 (UP) -
The t01monilderwig hbulk of.the
burned ad capeled liner am-
pr Of Canada was threateUed
by a new danger here today -
pmemae explosman of the al)p's
5, 6-9ton fuel tsakl.


S Mremen feared that
btill licking Iereath.the bI e
iays F I-Ib h and white erhot rti.1
strickn iner m t touh a
$h WfON.1W nf 1new inferno of f.la ll o s
w ld endanger as q5N n ,
RIO DB JANIlRO, Brazil, Jan. and the Gladtf.e
27 (UP) -- A Chicago, Ill. at- Smoke and steam rolled up
torney said today he would clear from the esel, lying halff-b.
the "tremendous miaunder- merged on her ide at the deok
ng" out a 1.- where she burned andannnk Sun
0010" of other people's money day.
be obtained bask home.
Me.aice & Welateibaum told Fireboats continued to poVt
rerts who had sh bard time watr on th .,,
I oIg who hds,.ftL o f
ne. He said he would stay In vestgating the oibility 9*
Rio until he clears himself. sabotage
i '; 1rth boi ded-0s m mi -I
W s "to ansd, a sistu,, -ipo,-a
dhich burned-out liner, and m an
i6M s b Iher internal etre, .e
try. lagsalt Inte dd to do It wear
hat. the s ter P, bthed n
stricken veL, Mgt PUvW:
ytome 'Clw to cause otrqw

suadod thml^M Firth ms'IdM ght It MWy'L
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reported to have suggested ar-
rangements which would permit A spoeasmta r
France to continue its control "orney est
over Morocco l0oo "
No official confirmation of the "when all
report could be obtained Im- Weinureba
mediatelv. of pain ,Vr.

Oldest Of Canal baninrpt

Frame Buildings "$*
Br
Up For Sale ing
baum's hilg'b
Fic r,- d frame houses in An- ceived here -" _'
con arc being offered by the
Panamn, Canal Co for sale and Po e's F
demolition Ahl the buildings .. .
wierp erred in 1907 and are H i-
amone thd olde't quarters still as
in u. on The Pacific aide .
1 Bid. fr 'he structures will be VATICAKI
receive in the Office of the UpI oP) Pu.
|Superintendent of Storehouses ltred an &tt k
uD to Feb 10. when they will and bronco .
'be opened In public was much better
STo of the houses are on Por- fever hAd
to Bello Street in Ancon. a cot-Ipletely, the
tage. No 413 and a four-family The Popjeb f r
house. No. 430 Two other cot- yesterday for
tages. No. 324 and 416 are on 'n five days st.d
Culebra Road and Chepo Place tit attend a
respectively The fifth building his apartment-.
being offered for sale Is a two.
family house No 599 on Mindi Rl hn
Street.
They are to be removed as Wednsd
part of the large scale housing HIGHl
replacement program in prog- 241 a. m.
ream in tne Canal organization. | 3.20 p.. .
P M.&-


work. directed from abroad by
C a. in-

ki BiWWW4ehotllilV !ded alle-
'Iasa they WVa c rgneId a
'center for sMauiR mail a-
broad" speculated "Oa a larxe
scale" Ia foreign currencles and
had black market store of scarce
commodltiU.
The indictment slo indirectly
implicated the lafe Adam Cardi-
nal Sapieha. archbishop of Cra-
cow. bv saying Lellto 'had oper-
ated underground 'with an as-
sumed name with the cardinals
"knowledge and approval."

US 01 Compny

Cawe s Case.

Posponed 9Dpaps
WASINOTOK, Jan. (7 UP)
--Pederal Judge JR RIt. Kirk-
land tdav agrat a 90-day
ptpoaee1nt of egovern-
at's anti-trust a nvestigation.
St'nation' a major opil om-

Justice Dep t attorneys
*ked for the H to pnalt
attorney geu':it rn
*U; Jr, to
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wtmid produce d arntmio
sustain a civ A nti-t ut
The compaes ba ad
aeund the government of:
teptlng "blacknall." -
Tomerraw was the dd a
for their presenting to .
grand jury subpoenaed
iering w d opeRs
. 2 was the deadline ft(o
S rotm srral
openationI
today's action. Judge I kr-
oa st eah .deaditn ahe
three months.
A grand Jury was empa d
Sbeto hear .
an teshn caltes sad
work. Chief obetele hawM
gathering .of matg'
ueapany records, he m

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