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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: AA00010883:01489
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- THE PANAMA AMERICAN
OWNED AND PUILIONEMD V TM14 PANAMA AMI--OAN 3iM ne.
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TM I 1 T l FORUMl H H l RAMIRD "'WN ._
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S JIL MAIL BOX

The Mail tea is an open forum tor readers of The Peneme Alrw.
e .M. LeHd aware fceiveld grtefully and are handled in e wbollv senti-
dIsl meor.
Syeu cenrrlbu a letter doa't he impatletl if It em'ft MeP the
dew. Latiws see pi lishil Mo the order Meceived
'PMase trv to keep the letters Ilmied to eaone pe blith
SIdeAtilt t les wlen is s held nm telteust seaidesM e.
SThis newspaper eumes no respenillltty for sitammeN as ospliale
eprmesMd uin letters from reedrs
-0-
NON-CITIZEN TELLS WHY HE JOINEfD US ARMT
Editot. Mail Box column.
DeMc Slr:
I am asking you to publish this letter in your column, so It
may.alleviate the minds of our worried mothers.
'Its subject is "Why We Volunteer (Non-US Citizens)."9
.L as one of the first to volunteer for serVice. With the U,1t*
ed states Army. am directing this letter espeolali;t.Othe na lIi
of Kther Cans1 Zone boys. Every one of us Oay Wbe thad saine
spetitlf reason, but I am quite sure our ulterior sm$ve ea to
know thaL we could have been a part of the greatest Army in the
world. Great not only in might, but in the ideals aid .prluciples
for which It stands. Undoubtedly it Is the best in the world and
you can all feel assured that the boys are all doing well.
You see this Isn't the antique Army which you all knew -
here we have the beat training programs: best recreational facll-
ties: best clothing for any locality: best food; best religious ser-
vices of any faith: best medical care: best educational facilities
aUSAFI. Army Ext. courses, technical schools, and our basic train-
Ing is an education in Itselfi; and last but not.least Is our In-
spector General. Our Inspector General listens to every com-
Ulaint your son has, no matter how trivial. And everything, you
can b% Aure. will be done to assist, whatever the problem might
be MI
14ow let's imagine one of those boys had died giving,his every
effort in Korea. Indochina, or in Manila against the Huks -
these three localities mentioned are where the major Communist
Threats are right now. Major -- because good men are sacriflc-
1ig# their lives in those places against Communist Hordes and
Idealisms.
Now you could be proud to say In your most humble manner,
that your son stood up against this menace (Communism a
type of government where you would be told how much to eat;
when to eat: where to work: how to think; where all your activi-
ties would be-edntrolled by one man). for he had united with the
f ee peoples of the world to loin in the fight for a free democratic
world .


Pvt. Roy (Max) Hogan
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COB, 303d Sig Svec. Bn.
Cp San Lula Obispo, Calif.
PARISHIONER COMMENTS ON MISUNDERSTANDING
Panama, R. P.
Pthe Mail Box
e Panama American

The writer has noted the controversy between the Ambas-
Ador of Cuba and E ather Corrca of the Cristo Rey Church arla-
out of a sermon preached by the latter on last Sunday at the
1O'clok as. wherein it Is alleged that Father Correa insulted
t =- 1N Cuba.
Having assisted at this particular mass and having heard the
sermon in question, It is difficult for the writer to grasp the cause
f r this misunderstanding, since to the best of his recollection no
Itsult was meant or made regarding our Caribbean nelgh6or.
Rather, it appeared that Father Correa's address treated k real
ral problem which exists in a limited but flagrant sense in Pa-
n-ma, to the detriment of our nation's good, name in the Exterior.
lb concluded with a vehement appeal to all citizens and the gov-
anment in particular to join forces with the Church in remov-
Sthis unfair stain upon the national escutcheon.
A Cristo Rey Parishioner.
NEW ROOFS LEAK, PUDDLES FORM
Cristobal, C.Z.
One wonders why the roofs are leaking in the new houses of
S bow City and the rain stands in puddles n.r 180 feet from
t$i e drains on the sides of the streets.
Also one wonders why the contractors men working on rooft
have no safety belts or other safety precautions taken for the
S benefit of their men as is done on the Panama Canal Co. Jobs.
As an example look what happened to the men cleaning the
gasoline tanks at Curundu a few months ago.
It is said that for Margarita alone the cost for inspection of
t oe ew buildings going up sla around $75,001' It seems that do-
itg away with the building Division Is nor the great economy
tat was hoped to be after all. Wndering W
.. Wondering Why


We are now serving the best lunch in town
LUNCH FOR TOMORROW
Fresh Clam Chowder
MIXED SEA FOOD PLA iTER
consisting of
Fried Corbina Fried Shrimp Fried Oysters
Lobster Meat Corn on the Cob
Tartar Sauce 1.00 Coffee or Tea

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T A DAR ItWN COLUMN


The AFL's l national
Committee tht.e ts son-m.
tett with the Se al smublt
undergreuad, allies thAt A.
marean C mounlt Party A-
gpnts who were feImealy em.
played in the U.S. oate DepLt.
Commerce Dept. sad Trasuy
Dept. are being used tby he
Soviets to indoctrinate Amer.
loan POW@ with Communist
philosophy.
It would be affair assumption
that these aglt-props (agta.
tlon-propagandta) were mom.
bers of a Soviet controlled
union, led by a man who refused
to deny before a Congressional
committee that he used his
union for Soviet espionage inI
outl government bureaus.
The AFL, after checking and
processing its informna t o n,
chatfes that-
*Those POWs who have made
good records in the Indoctrina-
tion course (given by thee A-
merican Communists) ate al-
lowed to be free and to have
rest. Of those who resisted 'in-
doctrination' It has been report-
ed that one POW committed
Idelde with a shaving raor and
another thtee died of starvaon.
On this matter the CP (Com-
munist Party) cadtes held a sesa-
slon and nome the dAd 'the
faithful servant of American
It s further charged that our
captured soldiers are *"often
tortured or Insulted If they re-
fuse to algrt ome alse state
ments" asserting that germ
warfare is being used by the UN
Army.
There Is no value here In des-
cribing te ghoulish Soviet tor.
ture of aui os not the least
of which Is being placed in a
huge urn C-f iced water up to the
prlsner'o neck. The POW I
slowly froatn.
,;The pont la that the AFL
stateit ihas evidence to poe
these tortures of our men i
such places as the two coneen-
tration camps in 8Sn Yu-Chow.
Aswrdlf to he


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There is a sickening suspicion
In some Washington circled that
someone IJ the dtate Dept.., e
ueen covering up for the Soviet
Ulinee lJOiUtca police who'se
been torturing captured Q01A l]
the Communist prisoner 'tar
oamps strung fromn 71eh
lCorea to the Boviet UaIonST
self.
Por months now 8ORoAe Is
the Mtatt Dept. has dtetonuly
checkmated every move
turbed Congressmea aMlTi
formation on the cond abI
health of our POWs.
Every time one of our spl4lers
-escapes from a Soviet M n
camp hnd writes jutt-one I-lir
to tne parents. q budMies' bt
lucky enough to sfanf
lines just slu t.1 .
Somebody cracla n va e the
01 seeking to comfor- the tat-
illep of men left. i Red concen-
tration camps. '
Whenever these. .
tate baqk to tbi n'd
start talking W *d-
lened. By "smeky., t
eatsa of the ,0IM teM A-
merlean FOW, wU iMe to
the Pentagon
their boys get o;l
ence.
Grim evidence of this er-
clan curtain of official ioee
In the past year Is-oi the desk
ot Illinois' Congressmaa Timo-
thy Sheehan, the House member
who finally forced a probe of
the the soviet's mas murder of
10,000 Polish officers. n the
Katyn Forest during tho past
war.
While poring over the horror
pictures of Polish army officer
dug out of their coleotlvq
graves, Sheehan noticed ajdfall
arity in the atrocity t ehmiques
in Katyn and Korea. The P6oe'
hands were lashed behind their
backs. A single bullet hole in the
back of each neck marked the
signature of the Soviet execut-
loner.
Oruesome, offilcl pictures of
bodies of UN prisoners of war
reveal our troops were executed
In the traditional fahlon of the
OPU killers In the old Lubyl-
anka dungeons.
Sheehan's fears have mbre
substance than the shadows on I
official pictures. the past
month, the AFL' ree Trade
Union committee M$a regcaied
what it relieve to 1b concrete I
evidence cf the torture opera- I
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Dr. Matthew Stirling 4Mrs. Adelaide Newhall' Mr. and
Of Smithsonian Due Mr.'. Autcstin Nieto.
Monday on CrlEtobel p ''* Mr:, Harry. O..Nord-
Dr. Matlew e ,-i .ling. Chief Un1 ct son; Mrs. Rose Marie
Curator of the n of Eth- P. : Mr. and Mi Gerald 0.
aol of the ,-" -n In- P:' : Mr. and MrA. rle Peter-
stituion, is aron -a uarsen- son; .iaony Plconet Mr. -and
erm listed to r here next Miir. ': nard Plotnlck ; Thomas
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lf.thetinima tliv' IRF .C"c: Misi Agnes Rich-
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photogra'phj foi tlhe Netlcnal Mrs. Ruth Sensxer and son.
Oegrwphic Ma-azine aIlld who
bas accormpanied the Stlrlhni. to: Mrs. Lydia M. Siedac tag; Mr.
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previous trin to t'ie ,ithinm~ Mr. and Mrs.. Stage:
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expects 1 o- in I Muri'.)t-lMa.tioev : W. aa. andI
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gently on a qui'k trip to tinr ..amm : Ifhiold P. Williams;
Isthmus. Ijd Mr. Pndll ras Lout l s1A el-
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litranl: Charles A..Mochus: Today'i hand was a comedy
and MUp. John Montayne; of errors, and South had the
last laugh. South began their
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-- ll. T.,'ee no-trui't. was a
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been se.. but five clubs for even
Sv x club, would have been un-
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nine. West next. continued with
the queen of spades, and East
0 1 ree..- played the four. When South
mldlrrnll h llde r a still refused the trick. West led
Sa small spade. East played the
nMy rem wi th Teevsile ten. and South once more play-
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11H 0 TEEast shifted to hearts, and
SSouth won with the king. De-
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l W* dIlubs and easily took the rest of
h AV NEW VADM the tricks, making his contract.
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WANTED FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS CRCIAL r
AMitceianeOUS Ag mt k", De Do basU2S a& S &i? a dSTAY at Hotel Pan Amoa rSIONAL
f 'Webe Als e Am.m nS So Cool Beauiful Er Voile.
WANTED. Completely furn'shedlFOR SALE.i1948 Studebaker Star- 203 -- Ae. C. Z. Hou- O PACH, Santa Clt.
opartment far North American light Coupe. excellent condition. A A 1 Al Cmpana. Shrels proe
couple. do ch ldren Call Roos, Call Cesar Termn. Panama 2-0825. Eureka. S. A. Contra[ Ave. No. 133, beCerro Corna" Shrapel'sk=6s11M toO
Between 2Just around the corner of J" St.. Balboa 1389.
Panama 2-48 between 9-1FOR SALE:-Studebaker 2 1-2 ton announces our new La p S r i Sntel Clara bech. COC
2-5. truck, duty paid. Excellent cond- Sere. We can now make to r
oir a tion. Cesar Teran, Panama 2-0625 any kind of lamp shade or re-cover o. maae ae T1c bms, als l S
NrTIbO-UrgeOntly M 'ro u'- FOR SALE--1948 Bluicji, 4 door se- your old one at low prices. 91* -"rate. Teolie
ie ad apartment, Belle Vista for don,black. Good condition. Call -" 1a. ib,4-5S e N W C E
vCa ., don o Call FOR SALE S' *uOW dCbEM
a"p pieried. Call americen Em"l- Cesar Teran, Panama 2-0825. F R
L.1932. -rn-S-- PHILLIPS Oceanside Cotages. Thee T8 and durable
ATED.---Urgen n FOR SALE$0 -0 Chrysler 1946, New M eellae .iU out In Sa o Co with rf coats.
eWA oTED. Urgtent. unfurnts three 600000 Oan irw firom at Step. A^t fbr derlDtve foldt t r
4eu or apartment. Two or three y Pard . A FOR SALE:-3, months old, male.t s re mlh and color c
bedroom. Call 3 1984. luik y Chevrelet Boxer pup. Red faewr, reistered, tob ou nd shf tboe'L Pan-
bwxclln blood lines, r%,-
FOR SALE -1950 Chrysler Windsor excellent blood lines. call 85- 0" 3.1877, Msararltoa ,3167. GEO. F. NOVEY. INC
FO utTeo-Vacation qurers o r De Luxe 4 door sedan, leather. 4195. No 435 bao. a C l v.
ruEr h all t bro r AFB' 4195. N;WF 43 bba. *,,* C
room furnished opar tn radio, white sida wll tires Call FOR SALE:-Zenith console radio Willoa' Santa Cka.ech c i 3-14.
u bedroo turnsh edCal r tmeA B VSana k ,%qch COt- w
.I r, 10th. Cal Albrook AFB Cesar Teran, Pgrdma 2-0625 with variable speed. Record n it 2 r tion.
d to 3 Mn. Thru, Fr.da FOR SALE:-Morris Minor 4 Door er. 60 cycle. Phone Pana RoCkos rangers. Ie 2-305g0.
-- '* Sedan. light blue, 1951 model. 8- 77 Except wk-nd MO FURNITUR
FOR SALE Fr000 miles, duty paid. Excellent FOR SALE:-Singer sewing foot ma- S FP U
condition. Call 83-6151 ofter 5 chine, piano upright grand. gos RT
Household m.- ,sHttove four buyers. RefdrigatOr 60 I --- ^? -' 1
cycles, baby crib. Phone916 Ca-
:25 cycle Westngho FOR SALE: 1951 Packard Pa- ys, cr-
FO rSALE:-25 cycl Wrefrigerat. tric.an, 400 four door e edoes,-duty FOR RENT:-3 beroonm chalet, Ex-
F ree Shelvado yrs referor paid, radio, seat covers, utrna- FOR SALE:-Refrigerator, 25 cycle. position grounds. A~ iy No. 184 an. am' I
nte.. -J Williamson Place tic. white side wall ties. Excellent Hot plate. 2 burners. Uphstery Cetral Avenue, Pue-
te. Wlirsmn ce condition. Call Cesar Tern, Pan- machine. Tailor's michirn. 8 Flat bleria Romano."
FOR SALE-1948 Westinhouse ama 2-0825. trumpet. La Bca House 9 FOR RENT Compey furnished
'u 25 cycle refrigerator81......arNFORRENT:Compltely furnished .kb.
u. t. 15 cycle r. r0g FOR SALE: 1951 Chrysler New Apt. C. new chalet for two months in El i S A.
nths uarto tabe 2 $Yorker 4 door sedan. black, white fR SALE.-Tracter D-7. A- Carmen. All conveniences.'No chil-
cabi'ne $2.50. Kitchen .d side well tires radio, duty des Rock Q T s Highw. dren. Pihne 3-110T. I) Hlr, moving wtorlg.
i"13.00 Doruble2 bu c oCall Cesar Teranl. Paoh.Boa 2-0825. V -SALE:- H 1 il tn m OOr n
fat $12.00. Table S8 00. 16" fan FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury Sedan, 4 tables 36" x 60'". 2 Brueni ng
1500 ridge-lamp 10 00. Vo- door. $1.650. Drafting Machines.; B eone Propel- FOR E T a BI. hi"2.241
d ;Cm cleaner $15 0 Sectonal Smeet y Peredes. S. A ler 18" x 17". L. H.' Houe No. 11&, Pa
1 soew 5$20. Hde-a-bed, like Buick. y Chevrlet 164-A. Gamboa, C. Z. pMIi
w. 2 overstufed platform roc FOR SAL: 1950 Super Buick 4 FOR SALE:--C6-OE radio transmit- ALAMIA A
Autom', slipcoersg; 9' Dr. Sedan, Dynaflow and radio, ter, complete with speech ampli- Two fl, mru Mtatd and E TIB MEW
above lvingroom unt good condition. Must sll, will c- fier coils uning units for 2MC un S T
2500 or inddully. Eveng cept best offer, leaving Isthus. to 30 MC and spare parts. Cabl closed gav0d 10 1.lh Street. A
00or snddul-14. Evesomen y be seen 1524-C, Gavilan Kobbe 2242 after 5 p.m. New C TlgC. A UST IN
ir irssesi, suit 1 -14, some Area, Balboa or call 2-3269. E. taJ'JI U d
n w. 144-A, 8th. St. New Crsto- FOR SALE:-Fur coat for informa- IM
-t.bol,.phone 3-2169 FOR SALE:-1950 Oldsmobile 2 Dr. tion. Call Panama American. FOR RENT:-Apaten one r 31\4UTOMOSiM ,OW..
SALE-:-9 cu. tt. West.nghouse 6 Cyl. sedan. Excellent condition, FOR SALE:-Howard Piano, practi- with kitchen, sontiy service. Ap- Ta e .a. deispnt 11 ft
efrigerator $65.00. Red Spring prced for quk ole may be seen call new. Silver articles, Misc. fur- ply to La Vida D34 Store at
'rrterswogr 165.00.lRe d Spring at 1524-C, Balboa or call 2-3269.
Coet, swagger style. lApartmenta o ture. Apply No. 184 Central riano Arosemeno b. 39. Pno.
Aij.-A, Balboa, Telephone 2- FOR SALE-1939 Oldsmobile coupe, Avenue, Panama, "Muebleri Ro- FOR RENT---.Comptly furnished
4131). good transportation. Phone Colon mona". apartment No. m at North Ave.
.1 ,SALE;-8 cu. ft. Norge Refri- I5-A, qfte 5;0Q.p. FOR SAL: Unusual Opportunity: No. 15 and St. Pano City EAERS I AND"
otpr. 25 cycle, 2 years old. FOR SALE:-195I Chrysle C ivemet- Complete set office Dictaphone overlooking PtWs Bay. all t -.DA MER S
$150.00. Can be seen at 5454- ile,. 3 weeks old. Never exceeded equipment in current use. Three same place. USW ="
8, Dioblo, C. Z. 40 m.p..h Phone Cristobal 3-1851. dictating, one tronscribing and one 4" M e-
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Club cylinder shaver machine withn~ .j uT
FOR-SALE:---Detroit fuel gas stove, Coupe. dark green, perfect cond- floor stands and twenty-four nw O R ENT .
.$5.00. House 117. 14th Street, a.n. House 417 Porto Bello St.. clihde New value over $2.000. .
Paitflla. Ancn C.--Z. 00. Will sacrifice for r T 480.00. "
o'd AN Cash or t ms.-THE TEXAS CO. FO
Fl SALE'--Ombl941, b ed A ( FOR SALE:MPackard 94, C IPANAMA). INC.,W Thr.l,*d
In. No. 77 Apt. 5. Es- Pdes. FOR SALE: -Lades 2--piece traveling misry. Applyver Oe Chdpuulk
'.nt e NBu. Uick y Cbw, lined suits. Giving a way $15.00 coreer ilt and Boltwrar, ni. at-
each. Sizes 16-18-20. Case Ame- trance Boliver. Nor 10.123, TaL
FOR SALEo-Screen tfr porch. House ricona, Bolivor Ave. 6th. St. Co- 233,. Colon.
1502, Gavilan Road. Balboa, tele- FOR SALE:-1950 Buick Super Ri- lin. FR o f .
ie. 1686. vitra Coupe. Rqdio and Mter. FOR RENT:-Room for couple, with Carlor A. N
--- Call owner, Albrook 5219. kitchen. No. 4, Fgurth of Jly .S .
FORor $50.'10 Venet- Avlab forimme Bate verynds, 50 in FOR SALE-Everything for $20.000. Ave., phone 2-3852. .
SforI $50. Nous 5824- available N or immediate delivery n House in Colon No. 7044 north O NT- Fuid r to
New Orleaqp,.peJ953 Chevrolet oncrete, chalet type. 4 S c FOR RENT: Furnishedut ohdm
Sblu e. Smoot y Pardes. color light and Melenez. 30 hectares of land central Ave. No. 24.
Sm a r s-on Transisthmian Highway with
Help W nted FOR SALE:-Hillmn Minx convert- old wooden house, fruit trees, ri- FOR RENT: 2 furnished rootn '
D: _. ------ Eprecdnr ai ble. less than a year old, 6.500 ver divides land. gold pellets to family home to single peronwit"
WANTED%.,--Experienced nursemaid miles, Good condition. Coall Ft. be found on land. 50 hectares reference. No. 14. 451h Sri et,
f b^'' girl 9 months. Bring Clayton 4249. divided as follows: 20 hectares on .? 41 .
d Lsary to rgtO SALE Limon Highway, 10 at Rio Rita. 0 n *'-
2-2856 r 0393. 20 at Logo Gatun. 1939. Chevro- FOR RENT
Convertible kisi. flnt con- .let Coupe, desk,
P rei'm --SOOd cook for Amer- dition throughout. Good tires and ulet sCoupe. desk, chine, piano. M. n ou t z'
ily. Apply 48 Street. new upholstery. Phone 2-630? Must sell beforesnt$fFebruary. M autf ggM 3 3-to n *
ily. Apply 48 Street, new upholstery. Phone 2-6302, 6th and 7th str4t Amador Guer-.1f144Jy
W^ No7 28. after 4 p. m.,, r. Tehond FOR RENT.-LoCoIl far As it Ja.y l4.
St;Maid to sleep in. Care FOR SALE:-To ,t hbdder n n 12 and 2 to 5. lawyer BQaVgaan and office. 150 squa mal S Oer
z child~en. Apply house 220S 1953 Chryslet De Luxe oAiE:Hm e o A. Maom, Avenue M a tha
LlAs.lde Sur,. calleBoyaca, Las 4-door se~s&. aged o !, nal. 80-4Hm G r "El Can gr-. Fowi r Hotew l aB .
C s" a. board,. As is wh.me is. Can f iu. ,0 .t - orl For inS--2 len o laei dh.e
must be sents '.1 e apply. Unfuinished 829f t, final, at ,
SArias, b.A mte and I. Aubes. 880-.bO-60-50 a eliel SALEa
"^A ras, Sa-. ARccom.c 'po Pate supply. I5 cycle. .' 3ot F OR
-7for b 1 February iiml:. nFOR SALE if:a .
6 T oni e 2th. f "w 0 1953. Phon W
F AL tWANTED:--mC t Ply FOR SALE toe -2 miles from Am'aw ti 99 the lgio
1952,D l4et OST & FOUND on highwaY. Property with n itde Clfihcrd Iwoi, .lg
1458. Panme. -Gold earring S opphrl ntre ,plumi r wkhp
,,i v.ristoBal Post Office. l re-. 100 fruI t trees. Robinson 2-9114.
FOR SALE: convertible .d. ristobal 21I. FOR SALE: a Chlet. Apply 9 4.-
L Call Byer. Ibroak 4179. 9SAL Eh .S. aCo h
FRA L OR" ^aok15V FFOR SALEp^Bi
FOR SAI,:UBa 1950Dsot DIAZ, sq
Y fC suburban 9 a.n, leathol 'mnt ofA D i hI, w .
up olery.r' eater. whcity.betiul yer.mft b
sde wall t.resB Sileoge. pp SALE: 51 Cushman and ae r ldo ute furnishd. se t '1
excellent. Call Cop .Sol 30 r, model 94. 2 sets golf all comfos of city life.Tl. T.2-
S d in Panama and 602. .- I tbs. 2 small and one large 3426. llThe. 2
SZone n I FOR SLE-Cu oo i Contis dner. 5 H. P. outboard motor. FOR SALE-Twbedom h mt
Canl @1 efC ,nvertible, color red, white Crnlstobl 3-2913. road to beaci n-- Sot nIst "Cla
firt6 months of this wall tires, rad'j, overdrive. origin- stove, new Westinghouse ref.G w
oI cost over $6.000. Duty paid, will af& rtileflas and shower.****** *
ar were sell or trade. Cristobal 3-1090. anagra Showing n's swi pool.
FOR SALE-1947 one ton Stake 'royalFilmam.-Oe one am,
Chevrolet Truck. exictllent a m Will sell only topop i
tian, four brand new eight plY i"l young children or
Sto 6.00 p. m. hm. Property aelltble for view
.Panagra will on.e sagbs pre- ing this weekend. Norma, Ha. i-,
FOR SALE: 1950 Oldsmobile 4 Mant i ho' lng f ", states. Navy 329 .
Dr. Hydraamfic, accessories. Car is S0Uth A Ierk'" Imogyaw night
4277 anytime or can be seen at of Hotel El Panama.

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Hull A-I condition, good sa
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puse James E. Balk, Cristabal Yoct
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PHILADELPHIA, Jan. 29 (UP). Legal skirmishing took up
i of the time yesterday in the Government's anti-trust suit
1t the National Football League at Philadelphia.
SBut, from outside the courtroom, came word a similar suit
te filed against college football if the Government wins its
against the pros.
the pro case, the Government charges the League with
ting anti-trust laws by limiting television of pro games to
s where games are not being played.
Morton Galane an attorney for a television network (Du-
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Is successful.
I lane does not elaborate, but It Is believed his suit would
%ihmed at making the NCAA change its policy of televising only
major coHege game each week.
In yesterday's hearings, attorneys for the Pro League raised
erous objections as Government lawyers questioned two in-
try witnesses. Judge Alan Grim, who Is hearing the case with-
t a jury, overruled most objections. Judge Grim says he wants
.S get as much information as possible on the record.
The trial is expected to last five or six weeks.


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!i '"FAIN TRADED TO CHICAGO Ferris Fain (left), two time
-"American League hatting champion, was traded to the Chl-
cago White Sox by the Philadelphia Athletic-. The deal in-
volved five players. Biggest catch for the A's was Chisox tar
.- Eddie Robinson.
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Yankees, Brownies
Tangle At Paname
Stadium Tonight
PANAMA P*O LOAGUR
THE STANDINGS.
TEAM- Won I Lt Pet.
Bluebirds .. .. .. I *
Bombers. .... .. 14 HI J
Brownies .... .. 11 I .471
Yankees........ 9'15 .375
TONIGHT'S GAME
(Panama Stadium)
Yankees vs. Brownies
LAST NIGHT'S R3BULT
(Mt. Hope Stadium)
Bombers 19, Browaies L
Tonight the last gluae Yankees
and the third place Brownies
meet at the Panam taedfum
with Pat Scantlebury schbled.
to hurl Tor the Brownies and
Vince Gohi for the Yankees.
Last night the Bombers trounc-
ed the Brownies 19-8 at Mt. Hope
aided by a record breaking 12 er-
rors by the Brownies. The Bomb-
ers slashed out 16 hits while the
Brownies garnered 11.
The winning pitcher was Fer-
nando Osorio. The loser was
Stanley Arthurs.

Sports Briefs
TOLEDO, Jan. -29 (UP)-Light
Heavyweight Champion Archie
Moore scored a fourth round
knockout over Toxie Hall Tues-
day night in a scheduled 10-
round non-title bout at Toledo.
Moore dropped Hall for a man-
datory eight count at two min-
utes of the fourth round. When
the Chicago fighter regained his
feet, the champion blasted him
with rights and lefts, then sent
his to the canvas again with a
left hook to the face.
Moore broke Hall's nose with
the first punch of the fight...a
left Jlab. Hall's best round was
the third when he scored with a
few lefts to the head and rights
to the champion's body.
PROFESSIONAL TENNIS
TORONTO. Canada.- Pormnr
Australian Davis qup star
SedRman scored p ninth win
over veteran Jack Kramer at To-
ronto last night before the larg-
eat crowd ever to see a pro ten-
nis match in Canada.
Officials estimate 12.500 per-
sons watched as Sedgman dow.-
ed Kramer, 6-4, 6-4. to take a
nine-to-six lead over the Ameri-
can In the tour series.
In the other match Pancho
Segura of Ecuador continued his
spell over Ken McGregor of Aus-
tralia by winning. 6-1, 6-2. Begu-
ra now has won 14 matches and
lost only two.

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Special Troops racked up its ning when a de e
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afternoon with a 9 to 8 verdict letnea with ho .
over Yort Oulick. The-viCtory en- be then retired the side O
s*ied the Troopers to maintain started for Cocalfo and wa
their ne-ame leadover the soe- loser as Esol came on in
and place. Albrook Fyers, who third Inn n to take. o ver
trounced Coqp Solo.1' t.1 2 for h nring ioreo. '
their seventh win in eight starts. Must became the rst pit
The 33rd Infantty -continued, to win fft gauatM Wyera
its bid for retaining the title they xa&Med credit fr the West
won last year as they scored their wig ever the 4th. egoa
sixth straight, after Iolaig the defeat thl& .
first two, with a 9 to 2 count over wlg. an the
Hospital. the Wes Bank
Two teams saw their hopes for as _Nory of fivea an
the first round title suffer ahat- StettL. .
tering blows as the Coco Solo de- Urb truck o men. w
feat was Its third in a tow and ed three and IItd Corona
the 504th suffered its third set- fed Ite as he b his see
back when the 370th gained a 3 v letq p four i m the
to 2 magin. Only flye games re- e ague team
main In the first rand and ll 12 base hi but t
teams with over tw defeats are on sares cameIn the fo
virtually out of the i- g, Inqnig when WelInd drovem
In the other game played Wed- n&. .ome with w double
nesday,1Signal ed Cor- n cored an lw' s
oal 4 to 0 and tIe rd vs. 764th e twomore were Mls
contest was potpo: until next aithe ninth by o orf
Monday afternoon. by the Corozal teaR


Fred Saigh Gets 15-MonUth

J ail Term, $15,000 Fine.

ST. LOUIS. Mo., Jan. IS (UP)- And The two eOntsU ad hi 0
The future of the St. iald-h
Inals hung in them
Ma owner. ted" S.
sentence for fedDrpi th iiAs other 4
awaitetdanother =er4t from too joairtunWh
leaders of the g lil
It w clear thatl agl hi mOt=d shetwl'f
felt that U.8. Di trTkt Judge n hed
per'ssentence of l15ti I. J
a $i5,000 fine prtie .
chance for him to r emain (
club's owner. ItI may
ha msen.AMI M aw a' I'
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mnes.The ah way Ie moant-ot tme," .e M ..
in baseball." Bot uMa "I don'tJIMeee 3O BS
and Presidet Warren ia oeg
astil gave me Iifsan*ea
precedent-.tteulll afe known, the



that erred on would. .
where the I agh case may be heart Vs s.

SalRh himself wal not avasl- u Y know te law.
able for comment but Mir To N m Into this .outt
ey, public relations man for OMe Ioea ec dre
Cardinals maintained that T"ei ) 1 ws
has no power to force lgh o itaid before
sell his stock, although he es t sentence."
suspend him. red-faed J d .
The penalty was imposed or
ludge Harper after Sah., -as
surprise move, pIadlded no 154 g e_
ment charging Incoem tax i 0u g to 4 .i bgIna
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Brewers . 1 4
TONIGHTrS GAME
Cheies vs. Brewers. .
The BR8 red downed theL.
Atraclon nine 7-2 in a ft
game. Montovannl held !
Atraccion scoreless until the usiM
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and when May and Rowley f s SS-
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errors and a sacrifice hit.
picked Do one more in the
Innings when Ostrea -
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gle, Nhapol's walk i .
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valued at $3.000.000,0r00. s WASHINGTON, Jan. 29 (UP) House-Senate Atomic Energy dos-or does no-hav the Soviet Un doet v ,
But his assignment is to find The Enhower administra- Committee. omb will have grt ifluenc A.
Checks from 35 companies for on the assumption that Russia dcns have the bomb-no matter poles during the next eour W ,r b lpls
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tockholders in thae 10Common- The White House ref -'d to statement, reporters got the diA relax the d n e-bfort some- to o h a Amo
wealth and Southern Corpwn The drawn directly into the furor tinct impression that he was wh
will rmcee t heir share of m thatkicked up by Mr. Truman's ex- agreeing with the congressional t o d a i ad s
omp anym 5.0000 e p se d th a R ussi hash e xpee wo u be fla d for Mr. t Com it e d e hto a tor- a dm t@, the supem rio
00 and bonds stuffed in at-sc efst at ew YorEi n ue Rh ears aha ideWr l id t te Ra man o o oe nial
s aeady BuunP ress S r est.remenas me s Co T ruema Th didsnued o wh ether hsen Mont on the cookingto n thatt h Ve Snined R sia bstomb Wh lal rA to
sonary in the Belgian Congo bym softhe Th iSuem Westher Russia fe''y IIn it h sho
who had a sizeabl e sum corn- h ave"-e aois. bo mb" uh is u I ill reachtnd
of Trac ers, said thee erg ewee ho randa-
boutal o1,00.00 in reluctant div-w York te m n e
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Sth sha to find -The Einhower A co auntystra- grand jue whieh in- entB ce said he no further l ia.1me r
rthes Tao e er .e d lum nin as the Commnt. on indicated today that its The startled and baffled eRlts- on the EhowerArmy eraidtant-






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toa- lo $2,0s0. BuMt they u mmr reptd *Al th at I
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Tha n edsouthyview of former Whle Hagerty insisted he was I Russia did noe p e the datwhle, Dr. Vannovr
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.t lasdheCm monl cit aeethor nce o hTi a g Ie & m
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Sone old stock certificate e House refud to statement, reporters got the dis lax the readt fort some-
t a ei rhein ophe o be drawn directly Into the furor tin t impression that handed up t. asdge N mTO an M (UP)o ldHt.
eth a rs reo f t he kicked up bv Mr. Truman's ex- agreeing with the congressional But r iodic rver said e al Deens Reearh tA are de-
compraboutny $6.000,000 assets. pressed doubt that Russia has experts. It would be "fool pardy" for Mr. Committee added author- edthepor
E psenberg hopes to be as sue- the bomb. The lawmak.Tars felt that if Mr. Eisenhower sW. his ides1t u pr'o-a U atlve d vayc to thoae who aream. 'MMnapate"n









es u e na heBut Press Secretary ames C. Truman didn't know better, he ceed on the assumptons evinced Rsia h the bomb.
aid on statements by members of the The issue of whether Russia t rl Mind that te Rt bot'toe of ein -arraft
trunks stuffed with sizeapers thatbesumom-have the atom bomb," Bushrsllto
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OLntal hospital in New Yare,.ftAS .
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be located a man living r tin hFl-tiesomite-donn eOn ,a n.e" o UP o, the
da in a shack that had been cNEWYORKan.UPove abJ .hoe w 29h ihd espitea*Mth dm orioaat.edmiieFr
red withe Mstocks believed toot and hinet
Isb deiin. et en th -he ye-vesttatedr Aumtidithonh as the e smment. t.' A m. reent-
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p total i of $12,000.r ut summer reported .
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Saed alos tueumh me a drintn neofto thoe tior of Pa rnama, Capt. orhAnfedno:a..
.erl o cks be lieved to beoate buand t oe- who flVe wo-ld
r ohlu e l e s a r e p r e s ente i n v e s t m e n t sa- tned ui nintWe s t e n tmr, bar oih o n
4R.. firms that have merged, t -u.t-,- g
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Srness under new nam es, he "k holl ed twe rkue rpcod l w r u ews 9
i ,f n aton ide rush to old edh tha t
tr u n s stu f f e d w i th o dap e r s t h a t n o a i n s b d r n
cm~ ere m ay, en gold unnte rm th rtt twSme 2ity..e,-u h a,
"i -dloee m a ny e o d n hm k bd esrr .0sure 'lbut not slowly.
oa~ r attics aft a hdall,,,whe added.mmitanto det to "a&With
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SOCIA LITrnm n Conro so.I- Mrs. Pnny Coats Evans, 30, divorced wife "Ocwunane of dark. .d


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each had consumed a pint Of the Interior of Panama, Capt. CHAIN DRIVE S b
liquor before the slaying. They Ruben Cantu. of Aviacion Gen- the lon r tsk of chin
had argued about his wages. he ral S. A. (AGSA) has switched from the of chius
O 1l said from that airline's Santiago from the Queen
. 9 in a lily base bo fly the AGOA route from at1r
Westport police reported an Colon to the San Blas islands. the huge liner lies I dryn
autopsy showed Mrs. Evans had The change was announced Southampton, England.Ti
been raped, but Davis denied today by Jason D. Stefanift, AG- Is etting an extra-speal
he had raped her. SA general na r, the over in pireratin
Mrs. Evans' body, clad only company's headquarters, Marcos Coronation ieat
S in a sweater and brassiere, was Gelabert airport, Paitilla.-
found on a bed in her blood- Taking over from Cantu at
spattered bedroom M o n d a y the head of AG8A's operations Irn Tells .
night. Her two-year-old son was out of Santiago is Cap. Ramon
crying in the next room. Xatruch. hitherto chief pilot on M r
Police sought Davis after his AOSA's daily San Bias schedulesN
wife informed them he had to'd out of Paitilla and Colon. R -.r
her about the slaying. Newark Stefanls also announced that todae
detectives found him here after to meet rapidly increasing de- RW'Is
receiving a tip from Westport mands for tourist flights to the
8police.Sad BIas and many oer points
Davis told officers he was "ex- of the Repablic, AGOSA mechan-
tremely remorseful" over Mrs. Lics have performed .a ee.-
Evans' death. plete overhaul on the airline's
S expected to be caught, but third 8tinson Reliant, bring g
adt so quick." Davis said it to like-new condition lo te
He was booked as a fugitlve speedy eonvenience of t1orbb
ffrom Jus'ice and waived extr_- who wish tCose as mga as
was. booke d ed n m
ditlon to Connecticut where he sible of Panama -
-m Ied a first degree murder time in eitherColanor4
dhge. City.
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