- Abrarim tufLahm.
; A .1mm..
tary agencies on the Canal
W were still in the dztrt to- ,
as to whether or how Pres-
it raseehower's ordet baltl
r hiring of federal eaploye
do afe.t penrsoiel: operS-
I_ Itn area. o --
a .Tqesday, however th
i on wb i or WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UP) President Eiseehow.
g redu t .d.n e to "lzm r's order that the U.S. 7th Fleet stop shielding Red Chial
-ons l i hee t.er. has b" 4 put into effect, it was learned today.
As SeeS a er B Aonhoritative sources said format instruction to
ne athe "neutrality patrol" of Fomnsa were dks-
fBVt peOL -to the Few East a few hours after Mr. Eisenhower
in1m~ Congress of his plan.
Nrt A-Senate leader suggested, meanwhile, that removal
9e- of tl 71h Fleet harrier to Chinese Nationalist operations
s e" f might flsult in Formoso-based air attacks on Red rail
m Mr. Eisenhower announced in his State of the Unimo
imi S Sr smeo Monday that he was "issuing instructions ,at
the ~! let no longer be employed to shield Comm.uiu
4.7 Chi,., .
S Lt. At ber C. Wedqgneyer necessary for victory. I
t (reti al NeWr ork today commanders in the field.
the el by Mr;. ienhower 4. The training of
_o M. v Ghnes Iallst and other Alatto ra.
directive or attak Red i a use in the invasln of
14w, f t tward *we 'vindica- and in Korea.
lJi tn: Doetas MacAr-
SWedemevr -dthetse aps
hIvolved a "calcubd risk.Ai
WE .. M
X~er /nTuless Dating
; .. S
4 .4 ~ .$4
~. ~ n!UbI~- uoxn
ON TRIAL -- Ub iW Ooff
awaits a geasale-n ma ar tl
in Korea on ehM gi pistol-
wbtpong L ht"U M4l WIMna
to death. o a
as, T!r.. ri o atl" kInto
Wiliy Ks Talk
05.:- 4 : ,4 .
I :, ', .
1. nrestricted U. N. military
the mnliand of China
sr conoe or
$hw.vtire CMaese 1= 6
2.. The eventual Invadon of
tk*' Uainad Wy the National-
" Wh Ameircan air, sa and
E The use of atomic weapons
war on tale
In 18-Foot Fall
in Area If they are beueved Raymond Lemire the tlitre,
Syear-old on of an Army Fw-
C_&nt suffered a fractWskl hull
Ferry Ramps and cerebral concusaor las
S. Sunday when he fell 1i, et frOa
TO Get Repairs the family Qarters at Ft. A Aa-
Thatcher Ferry service will be Confined to pt. Clayton saspl-..
interruptel at night all next, ta! for the put five dav,.rI
week. from Monday through ond is A ll on the a gouil
Frk. from Monday r rk to e st an.Army spokesman said to-
done to both the e nd we day in replyto an Isuty b
done bt aunced The Panama American
terry rtm I wa Dsa ion The youngster is making nor-
odahey lt ti durin mral progress. however, and hs
this pere l i be from both cOndlti6n is described by hspl-
ths period west des at 7:45 tal authorities as "'ood."
the first anrip on the following ]Raymimd a1 the son of Ugt 1st
rornin be at 5 from the cIan nd Mrs. Raymond LemIr
side. of Ft. Amador.
Actress June Haver
To Enter Convent
5 (UP)--Blonde dancing star
June Hover said today she
Mn will leave Hollywood to
enter a convent and "conse- ,
crate my life to the service ,
of God in His sick and in His
In a statement i s s u ed
through 20th Century-Fox
studio where she. recently .
Completed her latest picture,
a musical comedy, the ac-
tress confirmed earlier re-
ports that she intened to
give up her film career and
$3500-a-week salary for the
life of 4 nan.
Her statement was ad-
dresod to "all my friends,"
and indicated her detrmi- cult to dersend, I have
natg f o enter a convmt. _tu .t it well to make a-
"New that I ON to p Is statement M 0m Ha
do Wm*tbig that e. Ow .deatored in the uaoihe
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I1 YOUR FORUM THE READERS WN COLUMN Our enemy's government isnh ,--
operating an intricate coast- p A
Lo-coast anti-American pro a- H4m"M
TL ganda machine throughout the gh is o Sn1T
M A II U. S. unhampered."
....^ c I pIts agents travel our coun- WA8MINGTON.- _miiSMosfitl
The Moil lea is n open forum tor readers t The Panama Amer- try with tape recording ma- "-de-t-l i gibowr a ,i l:e
t un. Letters are received gratefully and ere handled in a wholiv confi- chines. Others compile long abollahU ce, wage and rent
deali manner, lists of union offices into whicn Mo f then expire a
It you contribute a letter don't be Impatient if it deesn' appear the Peiping pours tons of horror a moe among some i to"i
inn day. Letters are published m the order received, booklets blatantly beamlathing d.t.
cities in the heart of our In thia bet 6 all pobl B Wae Moe th u
EMPLOYE PROTEST AGAINST NEW POLICY own mainland five thousand oemea mrgeny.
AT P.C. FREIGHT HOUSE miles from the Red armies. m Baruc, y. th t'
Crlatobal, C.Z. The propaganda machine'ra howereonth dtane f inrt
M Foail Box: Cs aCZ passport experts, eager L n to he elan o 11 .
Effective from the 25th of January this year. about ten local- pro-Soviet Amieriean for- CI I W I .
rate employes who were regularly employed at the Cristobal local give me the expression hUtll ei -gW jn 1'II
Sirelght, House were transferred to the piers and replaced by oth- operate a mill which sends Will r to end
tia, mostly Indians taken on from the shed. Some of them were American citizens acre -the Sk Oire for l i
S .regular 40-hour weekly basis and were removed within a world to shout anti-Amerl- l ,
oort notice, which prior to this was so impossible if a personal can, anti-United Nations slo-
gtglest was made. tans from official Communist..0
From a reliable source It was gathered that the cause for platforms.n s
Iuch drastic change is due to long standing suspicion by the On the afternoon of Dec. 10, t 1. a' 's
mAnagement, but this action is interpreted to contain more sig- 1952. agents of. the Soviet III
ilileance. world radio network, walked'
; eSba te d to wi thouttdrpvogaoy wmih bypas s t he antere Iath It f c ent Hal lnn New Y ork a. to t o r "n wh"
It is observed from another angle as an economic strategy into the living room of Vin- -
resorted to without diplomacy which was the aftermath of a cent Halinan's New Y ork
solrt discussion between the two "brains" of the Terminals Divi. apartment t
sl to abolish as many monthly employes as possible, which This friend of the Soviets,
Infected only the local rate, and employ them intermittently on you may recall dimly, Is Har- ,
W.A.E. status, since the tonnage of cargo previously handled has ry Bridges' lawyer. He found N a
dwindled, as revealed by the Terminals accountant. This new time and money .to leave his Iames
law practice 1ng enoul to ''
order will include many others who also areoto be utilized as run for Prel dent of the toU. a d >bi
ruments of frugalityaa ru f r
Attributing this diabolical decision to a motive of suspicion on the Progressive Party ticket.
I posterou. They have committed one of the greatest trans- You may think he didn't win fr
tglons and human fraud, to depredate characteristically and what he sought in that cam- Hil. -.
1, iEelally a defenseless group, who was heinously made scape- himself an official, decr ptoo C
For the past year. on several occasions the Cristoba) freight n he wil frm now ono prout i .
was so congested with cargo that at times one could scarcely a former candirodate for t.he e 'M ...
space sufficient to walk. If such suspicion had existed then, presidency of the U. o a.Pre
had not such action been taken then instead of this time The Soviet agents had a tape
b thee freight house is so vacant that not even a watchman recorder with then that after-
K necessary. oon. They were officially theA m
0.. D arti the busy season of last year, many of these employes repre n.sentative of the "Poskie ison's Pants
a w er laced on 40-hour weekly basis against their wish and no Radio." Brother- "E allinsanW is.
was maide for any wage adjustment. No time was given obliingly told them tat .a ,
to adjust themselves financially when they were railroaded our camp al we arrived at K i othored
a scheme Interpreted their way for the convenience of ththe he concilwelon that at least gBrd rck C auh
pany. 80 percent of the American ie,
Working In this respect as convenience, they were denied the people are strongly against S lth
opportunity to earn an extra dollar and now that the busy season the Korean war." WASHINOTON---Charjes E. Wilson, the mighti- PUt this isn't getting on with the tale of WU-,adof whW.l f
i oVer they are cast aside like forgotten animals. If the "brains" A few days later another Red est industrialist of them all, still has oln 11 pants son's pants: As idasC0
toersion of economy is to send in four or five U.S.-rate stevedore tape reedrding team walked in and all is well, I guess, in this n ePst 6 all possible S. Wayne Mo.r. the ud- bedRepultcan b.h
foremen into the docks when only one ship is working, or to on a certain Rev. Uphaus who worlds. ephcalicana from Ore bro t what.e d l
trowd the cargo out of ships without checkers and laborers top e a fet' Tnf w rldsf from Or egon, brought tlhat- he diuW.t. r
throw the cargo out of ships without checkers and laborers to prayed that the Soviet's Vien- For a while there though, I wasn't so pure The (ke the Idea'of givlb, WHglshe
Orm coverage for these highly paid men, then they are surely na peace congress "will be a U.S. Senate I.foe aesslon. assembled had mo. Job, nor Wilson's atti deiin 4 u -
,~compatible. There are too many Chiefs. and no.Indians. great success." tor mogul Wflo 1 ntment l Secretary of Mo spoke at first in y
This depriving act is casting a very unpleasant odor, a re- W k with these record Defense up ati and there was such couldn't hear h but he
htion tantamount to national and racial contempt and com- Ing ams are ther agents a crush of cwath the that e like V-.wth a higho
ensive of dockology instead of technology. What will the who gather Ists of American elevators asp e n to the9 aoon.-lak words were rin ,.'e
next move be? unlois. These lists are then The gener 41 th e o seemed to rosetis on the el-lino.
.-. --Flash G. shipped--cour U. S. Post be that the whit t e iln, whoi.helped "Mr. WhIson ie ailt l .e
-- Offlee--to a midway Peiping General Motrjs'gow from.- aP 0of od. "He t. w ot a upemn e
PROMOTION rOLICY BYPASSED ruganda station i Prague. one-lun. uto"*ft to ,them greFot e 5a 0 1e0ot5n of .m who couldl hw done, sie
Fort Amador, C.Z. ont Offlie fzx 78, Praha, 19, enterprJe.m was a fit ma but.. r .
Please permit me to draw from your vast lore of wisdom .and An, right k from Prague The 4 zie r
Serchance I will become more enlightened as to the whys and come books atiked. "Printed whof l.w.Ea tud 4
of the operation of this organized chaos called U.1 Army, Matter," dispatched under IV- to sell h o
n. If you w dig deep enough' tohe near gotten te' ttionahi poftl reg.la-lot backwax
youmay rVn acods the word "pr ,"nd,L at at loyqatD a test o w H, -. Zb.
tI~Ohed ~o It, tile rualrementsa Rnd r o 4eat eve
d with these aancements of y a .:.,s ''lea*. his ie'M ;whS
Each month this command is given an allocatien of what rotation stretch In ores. .ob, 1 .; "
pittedd grades to promote and how many in each grade will be Labeled "Out of Tl7eir Own must ed ,.......
ooted, but alas, the Penthouse Powers have no way of know- Months," It reports to be "rev- the g0W e m6OfI tl t T WO
SIg bow ur benevolezi-despots dole out this 'allocation o1.nthe elalops and confessions writ,- up .v- mn 'vln'ma o
pon of te line. If this business of advancement actually Is so tW by American soldiers of I- '
Important that controls must be maintained in Washington, it torture, rape, arson, looting Th.e..r rethe..Oa f a the wbolhearto -"ft-for
-would seem only logical that a bit of that importance should be and cold-blooded murder o finished r ater tip-tteId, polattnent,nowtat '-
included in the handling at Headquarters, USARCARIB. defenseless civillanr and pris- outalde for eveW r ,of-b"n pra
All officer promotions originate in the Pentagon where de- oner. of. war in Korea." In the :he special for th toe thes of e th at
tailed lisHats are maintained to pr.-vent bypassing qualified, offi- On its first pages it charges day was genu Csineme chofll ouey. (a ciant.t), hImag l ldq, of iea ida orft ,bte
:cers. Is it not possible for similar lists to be maintained ip this these concessions" of tecOnversatio. Jnme o, somuch to go along.
theater of operations. thereby preventing bypassing here? It it Capured OGs "tell of a num- Wilson as to the 3 icat tfar' which he Isre- .Still mere, pld they rewetred Wlin. now. s i
Ineater and just for promotion purposes to consider time in grade ber of bestial atrocities com- sponsmble.othat he'd divorced himself ft=. r I. f 0 'they ]ple' -. e l
d -a service for officer personnel, then is it not edually as fair mired by officers and soldiers One diner at t.efprea_ table. f r inStan e, told couldn't a a u .et 'a .1
mid just to consider the same for enlisted personnel? of the. American Army." how he gotjo anr at the garRi seing w, e a So thata UeAl wl& It w -- -l,
'The task of cataloging eligible promotes would be a simple_' Union leaders have e n he bought from W iso that I me d Out'zhe No blood as lett and I'm afraf-tlli,.
easy matter If the date of last promotion and years of servicesturAing over to me the books door in reverse and ban gd t.tI e ut-a ed upstairs to watch the shotU i. "'dii.
added in code to the status file currently maintained at the* canvelope received but bill for a new door.dsppointed.
ARIO headquarters. This bit of information then would anveopeeci by the po, ust -
available where it is needed, when It is needed and by whom, authorities. We maintain the
a needed to bring order to our promotion avstem. Myth o f e rTnelotio with thei
-A Bypassed Peon. Czech go government which,,RON
though it fronts for the ene-
lCANADIAN STAMP COLLECTOR SEEKS EXCHANGE .Omy eppropaganda agency in Pelp-I n N.%
t34 Clarey Aver ping isn legally entitled to
Ottawa 1, Ontario, Canada dump its mail into the U. .
Ottaaofa an w a 1, taorio And our letter carriers must -)LeMd ouof]
ieivoul Itunolfoinnm n Montreal was kind eniver it unoened since we THE SCANDAL OF IME -TOWao u W1101
ldn dyou be kind g to as this lo n e ter- preog ia semwore inre ington fis thea enew .... oas3 ft the utice De
,am -- years of age and would prefer a correspondent t lee tes. "t arte hs nate e tn o eliness -wh Will
..ap NO lICKeE, NO CHOW tIen I Ith emp, dt to qut eher C (euhe- leb ul.~, !
Albrook AFB unable to uncover it pn 6xalt- ches. :.
r: mythanksfranythingoucandoe on (ar secrh, inn t Rom for ptht eJn. ( ie.n.er
eiherre are numerous men in the service that duard TSt cvried is Chines "p"eldt. U. 8. Senator Brien o
that they are required to pay for their chow if they lose ales. A, Chilise lau~nnhrRr Conn. ..He was asked to .tFda nilht o.-
I. known 8 a' chow pass There isn't a person alive that at restaurant worker esIs a out McMahon's term-so .. -..-a
.or another does not lose some one thing or another. But CItel lo letter tfrm PWe- mentun to be U. S. Senator a p h."
in the service you aren't supposed to lose things. ping, via some half*.w sh- ...HHis Eellency refused...R' t e r o-
tI would like to know is why does our contract guaran- tlo. sulh Is that ii Bush, who won...Lodge thao ,.a s ..: ::i
us three meals a 4ay with no obligation to ourselves. But if TIe net day, as ho Wals tically ft.. .. -,I T u s "
3- s lase this little card yu have to pay and if you don't you don't to 0 freal work a ge.. .-'"-u'
w e tter of $0.)5 doesn't bother me it's the prin- s oh a .5nddmar. e Then came ElEsenhoer's ElRaIo jd to p e,;... .
sIF .mlt o of e things we do are not to our liking te car with ee ClIre's. touh cam I i-
I we do the .lncaus we swore to serve our countrv_ Th is imrp~tioon n ca r* l~ TimoIsif and the ,
Sour ilglagr 1tt it seems we have to do It or not eat. ground eon heavy stock. was promian an Amba Wa
e- af'e some peOple on the base that don't have chow Translated, It says reward...To Italy, praps...Vmie 1ltt:ed
ut et WJut the sMe. Why this then, are they better than -havin$ become a convert to In
t just doesn't seem right to me and I would like to know n Wue Company. dl- comes tthlekenng o the )ItT.t.
W etist,oan youtellme? In medical ,uplrn-ye..M. (.thl' -,
-t a uWondering. mit money and letters to of astylish f~I era'e a
mainland, handles all pass- ...Not 0bpy Is M Lodeft.
X d Ig U R S A Eport details, handles and sells Ut she so dec .. ," '
rm 1eW UNDER HOUSE MANAORMRNT ogeverythina f rem Rus L HL z Noad, o to ]ldill-- .
Kg s 26'DaVol woman,".. rgol The,
OUR LUNiH FOR TOMORROW Road. Canton Addre 23.-.3 -., --.,
AND eVERY FRIDAY Road, also 551 To Lue TosL, 3g t&* Lodgare Smi t .
X" Canton." Ia.... a. aren't,
IIV CLAM CHOWDER
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Fresh Lobster Meat
4b Fre-h Salad Coffee
u have a family In
Uan you do what
Implied on the I
all thi we can
- We cannot
fornia madam who also Is a ma-
terlal witness in the case. I
Defense attorney Sam Segel
attacked charRge that Jelke bad
promised to marry Pat Ward. He
said today he would ahow that
when she claimed to have been
rejected by the 23-year-old mar-
Carine heir she was keepingl
"steady company" with a well
kubwn nightclub crooner. STAMP OF A Pmumh3A
Jelke sla on trial on charges of new stamp t4
Afving off the proceeds of prosti- svina in Inl h in
tution and with compulsory pros- coronation year blar *iaM
titution. If convicted, he could of little Princeu Annm.., afda
be sentenced to some 140 years | pence stamp gsosaeMaMlrch 1l
in prison. -"
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UCrgo and Freight-Ships and Planes- Arrivals. and Departure
shippingg & Airline News S GLANCE
Son' Sails From NY Kelly: Mrs. Verna P. Kelly; Mrs.' *'
ort-au-Prince Helen M Kenway an son;
total of 139 passengers were Theodore W. A Krzys; Mr. and
Scheduled to sail from New York Mrs. Joseph Lehr; Mr. and Mrs.
os av on the Panama liner David de Lima: Mrs. Ella Long;
c arion vhich was the first south- and Mr. and Mrs. Edward F.
" ind sailing 01 the Panama Lukens.
ne ships which will -stop at D. E. MacLean: Lerov Magnu-
t-au-Prince Haiti The An- son: Mrs. Florence Marsclano;
eOn will also make the first stop Dr. and Mrs. Frederick A. Mor-
on a northbound trip on Its re- rlson; Dr. and Mrs. H. J. Naud
turn voyage and daughter; Lindsley H. No-
With the chance in the sched- ble: Miss Lillian Ormond: Miss
uleofr the Panima Line ships to Frances Parks; Mr. and Mrs. W.
Include Haiti as a port of call, R. Pfizer; Mr. and Mrs. Robert
the vessels will dock In Cristobal Poling: .Marc Quinn: Mr. and
on Monday afternoons Instead of Mrs. Matthew Robinson; and
In the mornings No change will Mrs. Frederick A Russell.
be made in the departure sched- Mr. and Mrs. Jose S nchlz
Ulle on northbound trips. The and 2 children: JohnG. Schmid;
W*ips will sail one day earlier'Mr. and Mrs. I. C Schwarz-
than previously from New York man: Mr and Mrs. Franklin
.nd will arrive there one day Selp: Mr. and Mrs. Harold J.
Ilter than the old schedule. Shaughnessy' Mr and Mrs.
Among the passengers who William C. Slegrist, Sr.; Mr. and
were to have sailed were United Mrs. William C. Siegrist Jr.;
States Representative and Mrs. Mrs. Dudley J. Smith; Dr. Ray-
Harris Ellsworth, of Oregon. mond F. Smith; Dr. Janith K.
The complete advance passen- Smith: Mrs. Virginia L. Starke;
ter list follows: I Mr. and Mrs. Louis- Stein and [
James F. Allen; Mr. and Mrs. son; Miss Joyce Storm: Dr.
Martin Altman; Mrs. Margaret Grace M. Stuart; Mr. and Mrs.
A. Argue and daughter; Mr. and Alfred Thurber:' Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. John Becker; Mr. and Mrs. Edward K. Wilburn; Mr. and
slie Bendsley; Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. John Wheaton and daugh- i. 4 j. '
Liter Bierenger; Mr. and Mrs. ter: Mr and Mrs. Hugh A,
L. Bodman: Mrs. Jeannette White: Mr. and Mrs. L4on S. ,
3rondy; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Willa: Miss Iva M. 'llams: T.& .s.u.& n..
utlerMr. and Mrs. George C. Rev. and Mrs. A._. Wile: and .1 16.1 Abym ame..
ampbell; Richard Cano. Mrs. !Mrs. Joyce Wond Jag. son. "Last niht your
atrlcla Clcogna; and Emerson! .- I Latetou
lymer. I Reservations Mav Be.Madi food he Ikes--i
Miss Helen DiCiulio; Mr and "For San Bias Trip ...
a. Robert Dolman; Mr. and A trip to the San Blai Islands,
rs. T. F. Dunn. Sr.; Mr. and sponsored by the Colon Chamber
a. T. F. Dunan Jr.; Mr. and of Commerce. will be held on In the Kit
a. 8. Dubrow; Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. February 15. Reserva-
IIarson Dinaburg; Rep. and Mrs. tions may be made by calling
rris Ellsworth: Mr. and Mrs. the Commissioner of Tours at HORIEONTA .L
Iwls A. Engel; Charles E Fin- Colon 807. Cooking .ve'
r, Jr.; James H. Flynn: Rob- -- 4Kitchengstovs.
tt Gaunt; Mrs. Margaret E. TO Celebrate icn
emnill; Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. part
lover; Mr. and Mrs. Harold 8 Moeher las to 8
Idiferg;. Joseph A. Gneoco; 12th Anniversary me.s
d Mr. and Mrs. William R. 12 Constellation 9
am and on.At ristobal 13 Rant 10O
Miss Nancy Ha n na n: Lt. 14 Irritate 11
odr. Preston Hasbrouck: Mr. The 12th anniversary of th.? 15 Short sleep 171
d Mrs. Paul J. Hazur and 2 Incorporation of the USO will 16 Curses
Idren: Mrs. Sonya Henry. Dr. e celebrated by a dance at the 18 Precipitated k
t Hinck; Mr. and Mrs. Cristobal YMCA-USO on Satur- frozen rain 19'
nk Hirschman; Herbert L. day 20 S rat 23
Inm; Miss Blanche Holliday; The purpose of the dance 21 Sbetered side24
i' Hurig; Mr. and Mrs. to highlight the services offered' 2 're e
u Iturralde Miss troxanne by the USO to tl'.! men in uni- 24 PersIan prince
mmerer; Miss Patra Ann form The program will include 26 Kind of cheese25
the snapping of group. pictures 2 Imstlett 26
to be sent to home town news- 30 Cordial 271
papers In the States. Dancing ,
U Jls I ,will take place between 8 and bWtoheeP.u
11 p. m. 34 Salutes
wn m -' .t ,35 ei ."er
__ I OLDEST TM-% 36 8 e
l The world 'h'oldest kny treo 37 Binds
J A b ^ aldatJresprim 'San 30 At tbt timn
W- '1[ ta Maria del Tula, Mexico. It is 40Ruiettd R '
S said tobe from 4000 to 5000 year 41 Cti.
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SUS Army Carmeun New Orleans French Quarter. .
,"Wis f Top HonOrs Ordered To Eradicate Filt
"0 4) "--1,n i13 I ,Texas. In In Fire Prevent
as Hungarian born Eva Oabor s NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 5 (UP)! ht clubs and commer
on- e of Winced Ch il: The United States Army Car- -Health authorities today order- T hments ae bsde.
ijorlef "She idestand Die Ibbean won top honors among ed New Orleans' garish French The properties were
S' r career and I odn understand aer, I Army overseas commands fr Its Quarter, which does a $36,000,000 dwells a Dumaine sa
S. mar but He l gr~at." 1952 fire prevention program In annual tourist business to eradl- undy streets, a short
K." S a contest sponsored by the Na- cate filth or face condemnation from Bourbon. Both sa
be Hunting- The brilt e played in "Hou- tional Fire Protection Assoca- proceedings. sewage had flowed into t
S. t the A s P dint" I PramUount's new sing- tlon. It was announced here to- The uncleanlineu referred to street In those areas.
iIMarllI jorsea ing rav -. Ja Gilbert, wtl day. sanitar conditions, not the Gardiner said nie m i
Sg main but he'll Anniston Alabama Ordnance character f the Bourbon Street talking 2 erons lived
toD ye put be -id- realve s ieen billing. Depot won top honors among all night-clubs where for $1.50 a story tenement served by a
SO. Own's cast- did the re herMocani. Army Intalltons enteredln the drink a tourist can get his eye- le. dirty outdoor toilet.
Sb it ;tardust In her conteab and USARCARIB came ful of bare skin. "There were no bath t
S bo ghair..-&.movier cow-in of EnglEera which 3eant commissioner Thomas foudr outdoor bas rus t
si 0 of ersnano res l for ire pr on M. Brahnev and city health su- dirty." he said.
S06and measures at rm installations perintendent Dr. Walter P. ar- "Ths type of thing can
.-Valley the table and so announced that during 19 diner ordered block-by-block an outbreak at anytime,"
rhr.b T westthe' Army as a whole showed a cheek of the old qua r's health Gardiner said.
"a oft for herr &s- in tJus TV west- the'Arwo w aft der
.B4 M o mS," m ovie Hart- ern. decrease i n deaths caused by fire and sanitary conditih _._______
IillfltT Soys.. I a d c'ard o e hy set a meeting for tomorUS Line Ordered
f.'O Nouftd reupewsKanAd 1, La DAUGTeIa'a1d1 frelooses cordps.tthe row morning with the VieuxUL
a 't of" I g oo rit ed forw a t WHdr d.. If the Jale Daths decned from to s Care French Quartercp mis TO P
beigt .f orI s o f y husband's Ceog a .depand fire losses dropped from $4.-sion and other ciy departments
DO eaks of bei ngIA 01 lt o y husbands oan s reaches the screen 1530.661to$ .831. to 'begin an Investigation of
SW H e pi his "1. ter, Joan, i housing and commercial build-For Broken Neck
AA ;a ,. ..*** wl play the at the Many fire prevention p rams inRs.
SItg's I on t llty wlteh nm2lw ae... M Roonyere helpful in the seet on of
.A. 1 to b tt eh a m*. n USARCARIB. Amona .them were ",Printable. rhetorical compos- NEW YORK. Feb. 5 (UP)-
n1151tigt eoluob aodl-l ls taetelmdesrbiwIU
"v.. ,' "ht* -" lb eI t-l sppy rhythm "Ph mn, D other." the design and Introduction of a ition fans to adequately describe United States nes was ordered
.. numbtr4 smart .amo and a .te new type fire nosale, placing r the conditions of filth that pre- todav to vpay 250.000 damages
t ti his. own "hort'nin' ht for uo "Walking My. eall discs In telephone dials, sently prevails here." said Dr. to a 55-year-old lenshorema
0 IBrePd." ... Lex Barker wants Baby Btck Home" hlve Donald clean-up campaign in Curundu, Gardiner. "We will have a door- who suffered a broken neck In
a but aTuner to ae company him O'Connor and Janet Lelh, virus showing fire prevention movies to-door top-to-bottom investigs- a eargo uni ding sccldent
.*tt Hw, butI amhas her e.e victtns, on Uthvei~e of Cola at schools and other gatherings tion of every block Ji the French aboard one of line's freltht-
ra b euCochransa They may have to chage is and dkstribution of ever 1.600 Quarter." he added, era.
@ to'Carrying My Baby Backvarioustpe tersa r2,- cleap eradiecd Ther award was made by a fed
proceedings a-, eral ourt jury to aes GI-
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OP If b hot to be b Maed bySrn aounr
i<^ia11lS^rlf: heT y 0a-^ <. ck. C net nd Mickey Rooneyr mother. Nell tions were received in the 2 IT
01t y e ewhlch.t
fueste]rt.Bl^S... in. But o nce 0 OlePkey, binggivenblood Fire Prevention Week Cones ^ v sl in. the 'uater whgest maezios llinr Bs a Thty i
joba4hiCr 's no trank.sftusiona to -bue t up her from cities and towns in the Uni- as residents an apartments. the accident.
Sotrenght at a Hollywood hos- ted States. Alaska. Hawaii and
6o-ou7' l w ith Mope, proem=.aThey P italm dustrv and from, the United
A too much by= rf Hoode.. A se Leok for an y-day elope- States and Canadian Armed
*a a 6 allam: T im- e., Quick, Coronet d menat otr Lis Daily, Dan's x, Forces. FELIX
loR-der' oDI e t maglnest .and millonhire lBob NesL They
... e to bedone Than& forte mehntiou .A almost fled the "knot other
] t-.' da '10n r teotes. ... gd Valt, te Presents
P OMeo aar still jug. Lon McAllster l i now in the \
fa oftheir marriage real estate bu essL dies 100% NYLON
S-get iet.- W*she told t A e. enny Rubin will retire from
yte.rtp bt' ris t he go e witll w r t .Jmes "nWarren. or~e Short Sleevesi
S. w t anson's ladg man I n IP .u Ver
l"With .c-l es e e nio up actlb g and turned to from espectblef lyIf hs
Re pr e egl be 8tal,." *.theacropes he.getslnt.. ..
S to David Ntven Is In .the middle
S- ,e Oscar for the ad-llb howl of of the second act of a play he'r
W4. & -t Mwigoes to Chill Wills writing. iSLongSleeves
'. a sta a bri k udeo -Nrtn r csote C ri v rs
S ;,.., .e n t .own, lamof the "I've got 35 people on the Cardigan
It Uti.I. 6eo e&uiact i.-. ngandturned "tot fm. Ch nt over a stage," he complns, and I
At ', h.-O a oW d overa--- -- a "an," ', Ihiuk ,f anything but a $7.95o,
.t A lot of my usounles had their satink bomb to ges them offh l".
)lCl1- .a'."g COHll, e 'o e of .bIIl BMd' u- Marjorie Main is bedded at
"r* a Oscg ar l pagaders of w ofll her Palm spring hacienda with d o P 1Lsiong S Colorse34 3
Y..1! ffo r f L,14 -h,11 for t arch aa allers condition caused by .3.4.w38
-loth a d a ati on a 1-.hour TV taele- antibiotics. tizes !o
1 Central Avenae ae4k .tep',--- s t1hel 5vernp
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! Leave youl Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "HP' Street Panami
E Lewis Service
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and
F fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441
s' rt f u
W ^TE'D-Flat single bed springs
over 7 1 inches long. Cristobal
S TEID:-Urgently required fur-,
ed apartment, Belle Vista for
Iy period. Call American Embas-
W NTED: To rent winter coat,
o ioall size, for two months. 51 St.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n
Salon de Belieza Americano
No 65 West L2tb Street
Carlton Drm Store '
10.050 Melifde Ave,.-Phone 255 Col6
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones .. Street corner Btudlate tL
No 3 Lottery Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phone$ -214 and 1-2798
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS
Automobiles o. have d king problem*
FOR- Wrie AlPiM@ A--l-as A moo M6S
FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2-door 20I ACem. C. Z
styline De Luxe, original Sehara 1- A C
Blige color, 5 good tires, easy Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
peymentl. Smoot y Hunnicutt S. Just around the corner of "J" St.,
A. 16th. St. Central Ave.. Tel. announces our hew Lamp Shedl
800 Colon. Service. We co'i now make to order
-- any kind of lam: shade or re-cover
FOR SALE:-To h-ghest bidder, ne. your old one at low prices.
1953 Chrysler W.ndso.r De Luxe. -
4-door sedan. iDamaged on FOR SALE
board). As is and where is. Can be
seen at Cristobol Pier. All bid, Miscellaneous
must be sent to. Heurtematte and
Arias, S. A. Box 293, Panama. R. FOR SALE: Two thoroughbred
0 Ad-nn---- I. ri..lar chk -- f-, h ^I_ l I
;P r. /Accompaniedu uy .ceni e. c.ec
ir Household for 10% of aid. Before February
-- 12th. 1953.
FCO SALE -All porcelain General -
ectric, 10 ft refrigerator, 1 year. FOR SALE-1950 Studebaker 2-door
Guarantee remaining. Reasonable. Sedan, original shall grey color.
Ilboa 2-2988. Radio, and seot covers, very good
condition. For sale at Smoot y F
FOSALE:-4 porch screens, I steel Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central
Sbed single, complete. 3 cupboards. o
u sme Nom109 A. Pedro Miguel. Ave. Colon, Tel. 800. F
llxuse No. 109 A. Pedro Miguel.F
Ti. 4-466. FOR SALE:-Letter of credit on new
ii 1.des for Oldsmobile $1,800.00. Will sacri-
OR SALE: Venetian shades for fice. Write Box 5035, Cristobal.
tfo bedroom four family house. Canal Zone.
Excellent condition. Phone 2-3004
after 4 p. m Good transportation: 1941 Chevrolet
# -- ft-- p:. -_-- Floot Master, 2-doer So-n. Easy
OR SALE:-Small radio, G. E., up- Fleet Mester oer s elen. Easy
right piano, beautiful plants for paymennicutt S. St. le6t St. Cent y
porch, swing, small bed. House tril Ave. Colon Tel. 800.
5533- Apt-C, Diaoblo Heights.
S5 A D H ts e FOR SALE-Without guarantee or
R SALE:-Wordrobe, card table, warranty to highest bidder Chrys-
q* desk, dresser, wooden bed, laun- ler limousine, 1948 model. Con be
,* dry basket, RCA radio, electric seen at Amelcan Embassy. B.ds R
Smixer. Telephone 3-4494, house accepted until February 12.
2-559, Rio Abajo. 1 194J Buick 2-door Sedan, very good
FIOR SALE: Bed, single, QM, in- transpotration,. good eg. and
Snerspring mattress, $15.00; Set ires. Also with coner. Easy
SGuatemalan choirs and table, $40. payments. For sale at Smoot y
00; Bookcase, mahogany, heating Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central
element, gloss door, $12.00; Oc- Ave. Colon, Tel. 800.
ca:ional chair, $5.00; Clock, etec----
Sric, kitchen, 25 cycle, $3.00; FOR SALE:-Kaiser 1951 De Luxe
Desk, homemade, $6.00; 8 Porch 4 door radio $1.250 and Hudson
blinds, 15 large, 3 small) wood, 1946 4 door radio and overdrive
all tr $30.00; 3 Venetian blinds $425. Prices below Blue Book
rnetc( 36", 3 for $10.00; Win- and Dealers. House 2013-B or
dow hade, 48", $3.OQ; Play- Or phone Curundu 6159.
rou~l set, child's, metal, $25.00; FOR SALE:--8eutiful 1950 Pontioc
case lockers with roller Station wagon, beautiful hope and
V iro s, $2e00 ea. or 3 for 150 running condition. Easy payments
5 fri camera. Mercury, 1 with at Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
;.7Fxens, 1/1000 sec. focal plane t Cea A Colon, tel. 300,
thutter, filter and adapter, flash, St. Centr-l Ake., Colon, tel. 800.
a tciment, leather. case, $50.00.
kpt'on 2-6361. Otrs. 0-210-A FOR SALE:-1951 Chevrolet 4-door,
rrik Road, Ancon. De Luxe, styleline, 14.500 miles.
Bo pn n mattrs $1,495.00. House 146-A, 8th St
.E:-Box spring and mattress New Cristobal. Phone 3-2169.
.'coante with headboard and foot $149 .00 Hoe--146 t i
bM Tel. 2-1642. BARGAIN: 195.2 Chevrolet Styline
wie Du1e.-- ar Ae_. io-T_ ne
tR sA[EE:-2 metal beds gry with
mottesses, one metal dresser gray
withn',nirror. Phone 2-4279 Qoablo
tOR SA;LE:-Smalf" wordorbe, double
bed. together or separately, both
"mahany and modern. No. 77,
Estuha, street Apt. 5. Telephone
D buLke 4-door Sedon. iwo tons
Sahara Beige and Emerald green.
.Pewer-glide, radio, 5-good tires,
hardly esed. For sale at Smoot y
Hunnicut S. A. 16th. St. Central
Ay. Colon,. Tel. 800.
FOR SALE:-1951 Kaser De Luxe
4 Dr. Sedan, radio and 4 new
WSW tires, color block.' Duty
paid. Also a 1950 Oldsmobile 6
Cvl. 2 Dr. sedan, bolh cars in ex-
. _. O f e edY... ......, .... ....
o Offered cellent condition, both at reduced
Position fere prices, 'may be seen at 1524-F.
WANTED:-Young lady with book- Gavian Area, Balboa or call Bal-
keeping knowledge. Apply "Cosa boa 2-3269.
CtlI," Bolivor Avenue between Practically new. 1952 Buick Special
9 ond 10, Colon. 4-door Sedan, two-tone seemist
f its kind in the gray and shell grey, Dyneflow.
is oeng o several port time Beautiful shape. For sale at Sment
s, either male or female for y unnicutt S. 16th St. Central
sting sales positions. Earn i Avenue. Colon Tel. 00.
to $50.00 per week. Write
yourself to Box 3205, Pan- FOR SALE:-1949 Packard 6 black
se 4 door sedan. leather upholstery.
Excellent COad,,On Calrl M/Sgt
D; Spanish-English steno- Voe, 86-7253. Call gt
r; must take dictation and --.z8.-7 53_______
ate correctly and with good 1949 Buick Super Convertible, with
Ung. Columbia Pictures. Euse- Dynaflow, radio, seat covers, new
Morales Avenue, El Can- top, good tires. Easy poymdits.
For sole at your local dealer Smoot
y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central
7 &t Z ) 4 U Ave. Colon, Tel. 800.
FOR SALE: 1950 NASH A-J
SFelxible platinum bracelet edition through cn be f.nan-
Diamond Clip Reward e-
'D amon Clip. Reward. Re- I ced or will ade for older rodel
Mrs. James Smoot. Mo' car. D. W. Kells, Curundu Fire
Apts 8-B, telephone 3- Station. Phone 86-2212.
FOR SALE:-Or trade: 1952 Stude-
l I baker Champion, three months
Oelp W anted old. Call Curundu 7271, after 4
bthoo ghtw iexper family FO SALE:-1949 Buick Super 2-3
American cooking and speak door Sedanet. perfect conditionI
Bring references for in- with Dynofiow. seat covers, radio,
14 Avenida, Tivoli of- and good tires. Easy payments.
i. Avendan iv.i of Smoot y Hunnacutt S. A. 16th. St.
No. 4, between 9 and 12 ond Centrol Ave. Colon. Tel. 800.
ED .-Good cook references. AT YOUR OWN PRICE.-Repose red
from El Panama hotel. 4-door. One 949 Ford 6 Cl'b
0-.5 ,Coupe. One 1948 Nash Super. .,-
i.3-A, 3rd floor.' o N u
.3-A, 3r flo, door, new tires, excellent COr.di
S *- P sition t'ion. One 1948 Hudaon Comma-
'" 1 rOSITIOnl core 8 four door Make an offer
e c Autooc 15th and Melendez. Colon
6 experience, capable. I -_.-- --- -. o
good shorthand and FOR SALE: 1941 GMC 2-Ton
seeks position re- truck chassis, $200 00. The Texas
MIlgence and in tictive. Co. (Panama) Inc Tel. 2-0620
1 2682 .. ,1949 Buick Super 4-door Sedan.I
LL? remunerative earn- very good condition. Dynaflow, and
& Spanisk esestiali, sat covers. good tires. easy pay-
IJ ed with t- liknow menrs. For sole at Smoot y Hun-
Pl eure end past expe- *ictt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave.
C. Y.. Box 134, t -. no.l Colon. Tel. 800.
NEW SHIPMENT OF
ouar doors and Convertibles
ST IN TIME FOR THE DRY SEASON.
ASE CALL FOR DEMONSTRATION
LON MOTORS, INC.
MA' 2-69CLO 9-
Dalomation pups four minit ns ouu.
Reasonably priced. Phone M. G.
Chadwick office hours, Cristobal
1244 after hours, Cristobol 2138.
Con be seen across street from
water pumping plant. Mt. Hope.
FUR COAT fir sale. Call Panama 2-
1541. Ask for Mrs. Howard.
OR SALE: Unusual Opportunity:
Complete set office Dictaphone
equipment in current use. Three
dictating, one transcribing and one
cylinder shaver machine with
floor stands and twenty-four new
cylinders. New value over $2,000.
00. Will sacrifice for $480.00
Cash or terms. THE TEXAS CO.
FOR SALE.-Piano in good condition
only $175.00. Call 2-1282, Pan-
FO RSALE -Alumnum Bathinette &
sterilizer ploy pen pad. playtex air
nurse. Cristobal 3-2795.
FOR SALE:--Cool modern chalet on
3.000 meter lot. Must be seen to
be appreciated. Apply Graham No.
295 old Golf entrance, Sabonas,
FOR SALE'--Must sacrifice as owner
leaving country; beautifully equip-
ped cottage. New Arroilfn on Na-
tional Highway. Information Tel.
2-1964 or Almactn Angelini.
FOR SALE -House with mortgage;
three bedrooms, living.dining.
kitchen, maid's room, two bath-
rooms, garage. One block from the
beach. Lot in Rio Aboalo, 400 sq.
meters. Phone 3-4333, Panama.
FOR SALE. -'L l i.'umbres, 3 choice
adoiming lots. Original pnce. Bal-
FOR SALE or BARTER:-FINCA in
JUAN DIAZ, 8,000 sq. meters. 15
minutes of cement highway from
city. beautiful river. Main house
and annex house furnished, have
all comforts of city life. Tel. 2-
FOR SALE:-Two bedroom house on
road to beach in Santa Clara. Gas
stove, new Westinghouse refriger-
olor. tile floors and shower, chil-
dren's swimming pool, sand box &
Gym. set. Over one acre land. Will
sell only to people with children
because place was deveaoped for
them. Property available for in-
spection this weekend. Norman
Hadstate Navy 3295.
,FOR SALE-1951 Oldsmobile 4-door
Super 88 in excellent condition.
Low mileage. One owner. Sacrifice
for cash. 83-5281.
FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Club
Coupe. Perfect condition. Best of-
fer. 417 Porto Bello St.,'Ancon.
TiMle Of New BHS
Mfay Pretlly ds
The title of the Balboa High
School play to be iven on Feb.
11 and 12 at the Diablo Club-
hoase suRRests that there would
be many pretty irls in the cast.
"Beauty and the Beef" Is a
football comedy and where there
Iis fnnt.hnll thera Ix alwai a larei
William' Santa Clara Beach cot-
.togs. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rpckgol rangers. Balboa 2-3050
Spend your weekend at Casino Santa
Clara, cobin B.4.00 a couple.
Dance music by Casino Aces.
Phl, Ocaansid cotnoges, Sitt
Clam. 'Bo 435, Balboa. Phone
P rme,. .-1877. Crltobal 3-1673.
FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santa lara. Completely furnished.
Rock as Refrigerators and Stoves.
Brinl your linens. Phone Qogmar's
Gromllch Santo Clara beach.
cottage. Electric m e boies. gas
stove, moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gambee, 4-567 Pedro Ml-
FOR RENT: Furnished 3-bedroom
house, hot water, and air-condi.
tioned In bedrooms. Phone 3-3444
FOR RENT:-House in Arraijaor, on
mile past customs booth marked
"Brownsville,"' good view, quiet
restful, good neighborhood. ample
grounds, modern convenience,
partially furnished, 15 minutes
from Cocoll. 1423-C Cerr Sreet,
FOR RENT:--Modrn hou. 3 bed.
rooms, 2 baths, for detail. Tele,.
phone Panama 3-4895.
FOR RENT:--New chalet completely
furnished for. w months in El
Carmen. Phone 3- 105.
Twb end five mtm turned d
unfurnished apartments private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
New Cristobol. Telephone Colon
FOR RENT:-Fumished and unfur-
nished two bedrmam a grit*en,
FOR TN Furnished rom or- -'
thel resmencia. Eloy Alforo Ave.
NO. 10,rApt. 10, fror5:00 to 8:u
ad roorn for am perlt 45 ISfltef
No. 4, Bella Vista. I I
FOR RENT: Furnihed room. to
gentlemen or couple. N'. 46, 49
street upstaokirs. Bella Vista .
Boats & Motors j.
FOR SALE:---Speedboat 17 ft.
gins with Chrysler Marine
excellent condition, pIc ,
00. Call tlephen Col
The Unid ta'
lbbean's 1 W "Ma'lh ofM
ended sd. PaA l ']
urereelea-d up to t
showed 4.83M4 laF d
However,-1/ I .
Spartal. a .
ion have to m
In their coan
AD bucr '-13Iaaedcoplteyrge
rroup of beautiful Irls, ryBatfsec mpheel
Director Subert Turbyfll ha throughout the moroy o
chosen feminine beauty with a u... .. Sand Ia
lavish hand for the show. Allana I I"is. J
Lewis, Pat Quinn, Anne Magee, de ,theu d
Helen Tlley. Edna Hart, Judy National Fun
Lindsay. Connie OGlassbumrn, Ja- .til alysioI,
net Stockham, Mildred S i le Paral
drone. Sara Collinge. ar A- .* in a
ams and Janet Stockbam q ran Ann Gel -
girls who have speaking roles IB vir n m
the comedy and at least half
taht number appear In other
The play is not only "big" In S iu a
the number of persons who ap-
pear in It; It Is Just as bi t In l L '
many other ways. too. Those Jl t I -
theater-goers who do not need sa
moral with their stage drama l
will be delighted with the so- The a
called "lghtneas"of "Beauty and
the Beef." and all theater-pa-
trons will be delightfully ntte-
talned with the wholesome ta .
of American youth at Its favor- III
Tickets for thp shows haw
been on ale for some time and
seat reservations will again be
available on Sunday afternoon at ..
both Balboa and Diablo Club-
houses. The show willO
7:30. The overture will be piv4ed.
ov the Balboa High Sehoo
Mkib for 12 word.
k aM"additiona word.
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It com o aore to protect
d beautify concrete
w i) -
Ask eB dearIDtUve folder
and color chart
GEO..F. NOVEY, INC.
E73 Oaatral ALe.
7si raOa omw -nooM
.a port i lute. SA
Shppilng. moving, storage
M *k and erat or mwo
Wni.P 'Phft 2-2481.
DEALERS IN. NEW. AND
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WE BUT AND 811,.
HAVE FUN AND FRIENDS
*LEAR : Wiat Fo-
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* for t mgMka fonal
if 1954. "
lue. meeting In cionec-
the AFL executive
re, ab9D paced its pol-
Ity on.a yearly bad&1
annual fund rqMng
mn the AFL menmbes.
, the teague had been
v sTr two years when
mal electlns are held.
[' tr political
P vely one
Meant bqorgg Meany
T od Tharduay, fb. I M
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TKO Win Over HaIriso-i Baseball Season So
By LLOYD NORTHARD Baseball Season L-
United Press Sports Writer I
DETROIT, Feb. 5 (UP). Enard Charles said today he will enS 1o0 orroW
definitely challenge the winner of the Rocky Marclano-Jersey Joe p 1 "
Walcott fight April 10 for a crack at the heavyweight champion- -- '.
ship which he once held. "
The 31-year-old Cincinnati Negro disposed of Tommy Harri- Tomorrow evening at 7 d.e Ok,:I-
son on a ninth round technical knockout Wst night that Indicat- the interscholastic baseball sa- yJA.
ed he was in top shape for a chapionship bout. son gets underway when .
Charles, 187, was declared winner after Dr. Joseph Calahan, visiting Cristobal HighS cholz
Michigan State Boxing Commission physician, examined Harrison nine meets the Canal nope J a ,-
and declared he was unable to continue. lor College diamond lads In th PACIFIC
Harrison, 23-year-old Los Angeles youngster who ranks sixth Balboa Stadium.
among the light heavyweights, had been battered for eight The fellow who carried te
straight rounds by his wiser and heavier rivaL He had been on athletic loau for tLhe reen .
the canvas once and his left eye was closed tight. White of the Colle in oo Chevie
I'm ready for a title fight anytime nlow," Charles said. "And and basketball Gibraltar
I think I should be the first one to get a shot at the Marelano- their best on the b*se lbrlt
Walcott winner. I plan to keep fighting at least once a month With practice sessions.on La A racc
until the championship fight comes." very little Is-knownof Cunridau
Charles was sharp and was equally effective with either hand, Jun College capabilities. Brewers
both at long and short range. He carried an edge in every round Cristobl High ,obool T19w
but lost the fourth round on a foul. He had been warned twice n the other hand are ex
by referee Lou Handler to keep his punches up. enced chaps, t playe
Harrison didn't land many good punches during the light, number of games as a team
nothing that would bother Charles. But he took plenty of solid the Atlantic Twilight aseB CurInd
blows. He was in trouble in the second round. Also In each of League. And In Tommy Hackultb Lu t
the last four rounds. A "mouse" developed over his left eye in the visitors have a ehucker who
the sixth round and Charles kept shooting at It. The eye was can tos the ball by opposing Bl BIb
nearly closed in the eighth roundnd d Harrison's vision had been batters with annoying regularB
greatly retarded. He didn't see half of the punches Charles was t Gibra
landing. Finally he fell to the canvas from a left-right combina- Th te schedule of
tion. He *as up fast but took the mandatory eight count and The complete schedule Balboaof
held off until the round ended. games. th league
Harrison said he didn't think Calahn should have stopped (All games, st: 00 .m,) behind t3
the fight because he wasn't hurt. But l side Observers felt It (AU gam s tor Ca : .Don o1rto
was.a good move since Harrison was defenseless and probably Feb 1hunioro albege vo donubell
would have been knocked out if the fight had continued. Beb aJa ristobol va. iled tow
Slightly more than 4,000 fans saw the natlionally-televised al High School at l diwain.
bout in person. The gate totaled $7,94330. Feb. 17a a uio r College v The. se
Cristobal1Hghat M .ope. w o
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Marciano- Walcott Return e2.4Boa School
"vs. Cristobal High atMt. Hope,
Set For Chicago April 10 Collgl
,,.v -AAMu c .. March 3--Junior College vs.
Su -- Balboa High School at Balboa.
March 0-Balboa High School
NEW YORK, Feb. 5 (UP) ned in Chicago Stadium on vs. Cristobal High at Mt. Hop#.
* (UP) The decks are cleared April 10. -
for a return heavyweight title Norris announced the news
fight between Champion Rocky after a two-hour meeting Tuesa W iiel
Marclakio and ex-Champ Joe day 'kith Angelo Malandra, at- W h 1 iIw
Walcott. torney for Walcott and manager
Felix Bocchicchio. a
President Jim Norris of the Marcilano signed for the bout
International Boxing Club says some time ago, but Walcott and AC Track Meet
the bout will be held as plan- Bocchicchio have been holding
i \ -,- out for a different city.
1Norris predicts the return NEW YORK, Feb. 5 (UP) -
San match will draw more than one O lpic Champion Mal Whit.
r 1bOI UW City COPS miUllon dollars a Includin ra- i ha entered the Buermeyer
r ofdio and television fees. The .D,C. 800-yard run In Saturday's ew
A tlantic Snotall promoter says Chicago Stadium Ydrk Athletic Club track meet
Holds 26,000 persons and tickets at Madison Square Garden.
i Twill be scaled down from $50 Whitfieldh-as won four straight
Sirls teague itlei ringside. races at 600 yards this season
*II Wsaad r s aIted&rgood chance to
Walcott and Bocchicchio had beating the World 500 yard rec.
Rainbow City Jr. High School been holding out for Miami or od of ( an, d nine tenth sed-
pis took two out of three Atlantic City. They claimed 75,- onds.
games to capture Atlantic Girls 000 seats would be available at The mark Vwas set by a
S softball Idague championships. Miami's Orange Bowl or 42,000 Guida of Villanova at the 1
at Convention Hall in Atlantic New York-A. ame.. .
RainlowCity won the first City. Others in th uerineyswq
ne then lost the second. In Another factor in the final this year are tendln0 cf a
e final game Chagres was settlement is the ultimatum Is- nlon Ollie Sx o0 Penn t
ught napping In the bottom sued by boyrng's joint board of orris Curotj df Seton Hall
the third inning, allowing review representing the New JG- anftey0 Villanova.
w City nine runs. The York Athletic Commission and The Saturday night meet al-
al score was Chagres 12- the National Boxing Associ- so will feature- a one mile han-
Rainbow City 23. Winning pitch- tion. dicap reh vent in which the
er, Betty Forte, losing pitcher The board ruled on Jan. 16 team of dy Stanfield George
Joan Thorpe. that Marciano must defend .not Rhodn. Herb McKeniey and
later than April 10. That is in Whitfeld will spot seven rivals
Rainbow City is scheduled to keeping with present rules re- up to 40 yards. U he ,peedy four-
play the Pacific Champions on quiring champions to, defend some bet -the world mark for
Saturday, February 7, 1953. their crowns every, six months. the event last wok in the Mill-
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saentative to vote In favor of western ad Purdue. That leavs
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t M 1 4tlafconte redletu athletic director Matty alumni wants Robert Browne to horses he has ride
c do t .: Spree i will be asked to coach the p tht the pact when It comes than 11-million dollm r-
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NEW ORLEANS. Feb 5 'UP'
Maeestro Leopold Stokowski
left a mark of his distaste for
mixing Dixieland jazz and sym-
phonice upon this birthplace
of off-beat music.
The temperamental conduc-
tor quit his podium for five
minutes in a huff because
strains from a carnival ball next
door threatened to drown out
his concert in the Municipal
"Your city has the distinc-
S tion of being the only city in
the world where you can buy
one ticket and get two con-
certs," blurted the silver-haired
Stokowski, stopping his own
Through a steel partition di-
viding the huge auditorium
came the peppy sound of Rus
Papalia's Dixieland band play-
ing "Come To The Mardi Gras."
Stokowski paused to listen, then
"We cannot play against the
other concert." He strode away,
leaving the New Orleans sym-
phony orchestra with no guest
For five minutes the audience
of 2,000 lovers of classical music
listened to the lively pre-Mard!
Grass ball on the other side
of the big steel partition that
had been lowered for the two
During a lull in the dance
music Stokowski was persuad-
ed to return and finish his con-
cert although the dance band
could still be heard.
On the other side of the par-
tition Papalla's off-beat spe-
cialists and some 200 dancers
in glittering formal attire were
aware of what was going on.
Stokowski had warned before-
hand he would walk out if he
heard any "noise" from the
"I don't want to make a com-
parison," Papalla said. "but does
he ever stoo to consider that
he's disturbing us? There are
13 pieces In my orchestra and
Mr. Stokowski has 75."
Papalia said that although he
was unwilling to disappoint his
own sponsors he "held the brass
down and did everything we
could" to cooperate.
S "We kept it on the dainty
i side." Papalla said. "Only a few
times did we get peppy and
really play any real Dixieland."
Navy Lifts Secrecy
Ban On New Marine
SEOUL, Korea, Feb. 5 (UP)-
The U. S. Nawv lifted the secrecv
ban today on the new Marine
Skfyknight" twin-jet n i g h t
fighter and said it already had
., 1 knocked six Communists Mig-
15's and a propeller-driven war
plane out of the Korean skies.
S However, a chugging propeller-
driven Corsair stole the show
In Korea today when Its pilot
r damaged a speedy Russian-blult
Mig 15 jet.
AN 1WD PENDEA' 'DAMILT N3W
"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.
TWENTY-EIGH'I ll YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., THURBDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1953 FIVE CENTS
Ike's Consolidation Program
Takes Form With New Order
WASHINGTON, Feb. 5 (UP) serve as administrator of ESA.
President Eisenhower yesterday -Mr. Elsenhower's move was
effected a major consolidation of announced shortly after Sen.
Defense Production Administra- Harry ,F. Byrd (D-Va.) and 45
tion by directing the defense mo- other senators "'Itroduced a
bilizer to take over the Economic "single-package" appropriation
Stabilization Agency. bill to finance the government In
The President issued his exe- the coming fiscal year.
cutive order shortly after price
agency officials announced that Byrd said the measure would
ceilings on meat and several oth- let Congress regain- control of
er products will be junked later federal spending and pUmit the
this week as the first step in a- lawmakers to put an overall ILm-
bolishing wage-price controls, It on spending. He said this is
Presidential press secretary not possible under the present
James C. Hagerty said Mr. Eisen- system of passing a dozen or
hower hopes by his consolidation more money bills.
program to simplify-and slash
the size-of Independent civilians u eS T ls
agencies responsible for "achiev-
ing and maintaining an adequate D u les Tells J
state of national security."
This also was In line with anI S A i A t K
order issued Tuesday by Budget V A m s A
Director Joseph M. Dodge curb- o
Ina naiv f d rAl hiri -tAir t.
mIg new e uaera nrn g ,res rcl -
ing federal construction and or-
dering all agencies to make the
greatest possible cuts in former
President Truman's fiscal 1954
Functions and personnel of the
IPA were transferred to the Of-
fice of Defense Mobilization. Mr.
Eisenhower directed the head of
CIM Arthur S. Fleming to
Jap Vessel Sinks,
58 Natives Drown
TOKYO. Feb. 5 (UP)-A small
Japanese ship pounded by heavy
seas capsized and sank near Oki-
nawa Wednesday, drowning an
estimated 58 native passengers,
It was disclosed today.
The captain and one other
survivor reported the sinking
after swimming ashore to the
island of Okino. north of Oki-
nawa. They said the 35-foot
Shinsel Maru was swamped,
overturned and sunk in high
seas near the Island yesterday
with about 60 persons aboard.
U. S. Air Force rescue craft
began a search of a 200-square
mile area of the East China Sea
at dawn today for possible other
TI'. Shinsel Maru was an In-
ter-island passenger ship. All
passengers were natives of Okl-
nawa or other Ryukyuan is-
A B-29 with detachable life-
boat took off from an American
base on Oklnawa after receiving
word of the trag.,dy last night.
At dawn an amphibious rescue
plane and a helicopter with
floats joined the search.
Congressmen generally. vleied
enthusiastic approval of th first
steps in Mr. Eisenhower' "Al-
terity" program which is aBsid"
at balancing the federalibidget
and eventually reducing tesA.
The White House said the
President regarded his action to-
day as "the first step in a seru
of moves... cal'u t ate4 th
strengthen central directioM of
the defense mobilluation pro-
The President also directed
Flemine to supervise for th time
being, the operaLIons of the Na-
}rean War End
LONDON, Feb. 5 (UP) but Dulles found the Churchill
Secretary of State John Foster government less perturbed than
Dulles reportedly told Prime might have been expected.
Minister Winston Churchill to- Dulles was said to believe that
day the United States is deter- the next 75 days will be critical
mined to adopt a positive ap- in showing whether his "mis-
proach toward ending the Ko- sionary" trip to Europe will be
rean War. successful and whether he can
convince the U. 8. Congress that
Dulles informed Churchill that Europe is a "going concern"
President Eisenhower's new ad- which should be backed up with
ministration intend to follow a new appropriations.
positive line despite open Brit-
ish fears about the freeing of As a result of his trip, Dullt
Chinese Nationalist troops on was said to feel that there is
Formosa, according to highly- now a better than 50-50 c.hanoe
placed British sources. of clearing away the most' l-
Dulles and Mutual Security portant obstacles to European
Administration Harold E. Stas- unity by'the neyt meeting of the
sen wound lip their London visit North Atlantic Treaty Organhla-
with a conference-packed day tion in April,
amid the clamor of British pro- ..=- '
test over the President's For- J
mosa move Their schedule in-
clude talks with Churchill, For-
eign Secretary Anthony Eden,
Chancellor of the Exchequer R. Al 6i
A. Butler, and other British mi-
litary and diplomatic officials. Mrs. ily Love whose hus-
Dulles was satisfied Britain band, William. retired from the
understands Mr. Eisenhower's Panama Canal service in J4ly.
decision on Formosa. He also 1938 died at 3:45 m. Wee-
felt now that the creation of a day at Gorga Hoplital. Bhe
European army has a better 65 years old, and bad been a
than even chance of success. patient in Gorgas Hospital since
Dulles arrived in Britain while last December 30.
Eden was telling the House of Like her husband. Mrs. Love
Commons that the United King- was a Mtive of New JerSey. Mr.
dam protested against the de- Love had come to the tmus
cision to free Nationalist Chi- in 190and, with theex
nese troops for attacks on the of a brief break In erviel In
Communism mainland of China. 1922 had been employ mfl-
Eden told Commons the British tinuously as a bolermener, or
government felt the decision manner in the Mechancal 11vi-
would have a "unfortunate po- sion, until his retirement.
ltical" results "without compen- Mr. and Mrs. Love liviq at 82
sating military advantage." Villa Porra In San Francisco
British newspapers were al- de Ia Caleta.
moat unanimous in criticizing Funeral arrangements be
President Eisenhower's decision, announced later.
ith a few,
Wlllam, Mr. Tre
omberg, a noted Aw
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w has been without a head
Ztt the reignation of the for-
mer eharman, Jack Gorrie. PRINCE WILLIAM 01
s grty expained that this ac- bal aboard the 88 Po
tlla .d not mean there was any here he met briefly w
plan ootto abolish the NRB at Hotel ElPanama
No -dd it was only pat of the atHotel JansonPanama
ovWrall plan to centralize direc- Axel Janon Prince
tiwa. f the defense mobilization Panama, and Roll Bl
rram.on Indian and tropi
Choice Of TalbofW;
Morse: 'If SInks'
WASHINGTON,'Feb. 5 (UP)- I
he Senate yesterday confirmed
$exidentEilsenbower's choice of
iold 9 Tlbqtt to be Air
Frce-secrelary after rebel Sen.
Wayne Morse charged that the
The vote, whieh rounded out
the Prexsdta's top defense
team, was 76 to 6. Joining Morse
in opposition were Democratic
Sens. Estes Kefitver Tenn., J.
William Fulbright Ark., Albert
Gore TennB Harley M~ Kilgore
W. Va. ahd James E. Murray
Morse, the Oregon Indepelb-
dent, opposed Talbott on finta-
clal grounds. Kefauver, who .
previously had blocked com-
mittee approval one day, said
he d "serious doubts" about.
Talbotts attitude toward 'a n=
World War I procurement scathi- @o 1 '" oa
dal in which Talbott's firm Was .tO t3
Involved. R1 geatio NJot
Talbott was the last of Mr. ft
iseenhower't top Defense De- mandant of-the.18th
apartment appointment to win
had speed to -U his
holdings In compel s that
business with the government, J pQ
.e b.d be. trecmnmiended J.'. .-.
by the SmBte Armed Serviso
.iVut o d Twelve new mplc
mint of i* Se og- and Cm1" Qraaitlf,
hand the holdings of a famli Toaly
holding company to elmn. a a
He now must dmanfies that. aI 00 WU t l
orce briness -or severC r-, ,o
6,00 saw of Electric AUWI-7LJIm, R'wBaS.
ard 1,000 share s of Defense, Army, reaved
Packa ad the other weere
In addion. albott agreed to ad.i oe w.
change tle holdings of a family *
holding company to eliminate e T h5,
stork of companies that tdo Air tt eD
F ore business or severr- t
al offal s from deal withheholdingco
pafirmsn which they have anin- d ti
In al, Mr. Eisenhower's secre- bri, o
tartes of Defense, Army, Navy mey, 'e
'and Air Force have Armed to and Tb oel
services Cd of an estmatee ti ,- or
they of stock so pro to pos of Diviion
run afoul of a law barring feoder-
al officials from dealing with 71e- eniplopes.
firms-in which they have an In- l omro-
Meantime the Senate Ard typ and
Services Committee unanllouS eauntsalt, Com-
y aproveI four other 1 ly ole.
heat aet a appointees
they too promised to dispose of ,Rhiauy .
say stock which might eompro- tary school
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