The Panama American


Material Information

The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
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Construction projects plagud or in progress y
for the Paaom6 Canal CompO 'd diU Canal ZQ
Government will be reviewed to el mie whether
are "clearly essential and are erformd under le.
strictest standmads of economyl" .,wna e t-06
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issued in Wamisb ton with tim e= .
senhower with to the revia.f- i
for Fiscal Year 4 says be
on new projects #.if they meet c n.
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if it "appears eb," the stat|prt amid.
The st$tetaeMt also empheosilM litetion of the lS
senhower administration to "achieve a progressive redad
tion of goverlWrent personnel."
Before the Issuance last Tues- and policies make the addMtil
day of the Bureau of the Budget unnecmary ,.
order, the picture was about a "CiMtraeU .tw it is tbw--4.
follows, according to a Balboa to proceed only with
Heights announcement: which are clearly uenta
"Completion fo the townsite on such project to maloy the
developments at and Car- strictest dard g f T ono- y
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Fwldes annual budget
me will provide or the cn-
struo of 5 U..-rate family
units In the Balboa Flats area;
67 Us.-rate family units on sites
now occupied by twelve-family
buildaps at Dablo Heights
schedud, for demolition this
year; 15 U.S.-rate family units to
complete the U.S.-rate program
at Gatui: Loal-rate community
facilities, Including school build-
ing, commissary, and comnumity
center; and a planned lpenase
in the number of huses at Car-
denas, and approximately 50
U..-rate family units elsewhere
on the Pacific side.
"The latter pr E foe:
construction at Diabl0o Terrace
at the south end of the new Co-
rozal townsite.
"Due to unavoidable legislative
delays at the Washilton level
In dean agreements with the
Atmy in this connection, the 50
units may be built in the Ancon-
Balboa-Balboa He ighi area in
fiscal year 195064 with the Diablo
Terrace construction postponed
until later in the overall pro-
"The budgeted eot of the
quarters oonstructiu program
for fiscal year, 614 will be ap-
proamatelyb MrBJS^ of which
6,0o. w be spent by the
Panama Canal Coampan and the
remainder will he provided in the
Canal Zone Government expen-
ditures for townsite develop-
The ocl policy statement
received heei through Local 505
of the National Federation of
Federal Employes. said n t:
"With the approval the
President and
of the Union messae to tW -I
reas. Joseph M. Dodge, t N -
rector of the Bureaudf the ud-
Ret. has established policies, con-
cured In by the Cabinet, to be
applied in arriving at recommen-
dations for revisions of the fis-
cal year 1954 Budget.

Sohlneew waters Budget will not be b, un-
Chinese ships der control-without aton re-
S. 8. there will duce budgetar Un au-
tgsI thority. reduce te tex-
SpDmures. critically aiine
i Is Wlentv ey existina programs, reutra Cornm-
SNot onIv did mitments for new proras. and
Smeutral ships generally drive fr greaterof i-
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operate at a minimum
oosts and expenditures.
alires that the necessity
work be questioned and
be taken to eliminate unew *
rv programs and hold the
mainder to minimum level.
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on complete Justification
speeufic approval unlemaeeh
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tNree-nation defense coufl,-.I
with Turkey, it was anno I.
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leaden resulted in a ii
tity of views peelal@ly Qupa
concernmnia mutual
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had been reached pe y
with Turkey by both Yuga
and Greece.
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detailed plans for thUrme-ma
defense cooperation acan
made. These tal u strtx
soon. it wai added.
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leaders conducted the ta.I
The communique sidM Peg
has accepted an Inmvtaao to "
visit Athens soon. He Is i ea
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L I m s re mot Op re n 9 4. PANAMA R And
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SiIMON tS IN &OVAMSn 1 70 9 4 10
des ADVANCE 0e io
ONO& LaR It AD "* There is an island off the
Florida west coast owned by
1 IS YOUR pORUM THE READERS 'PWN COLUMN powerful padrone of what we
7 S call the "Mafia" in the daily
Bo welling of the nati ona
crime syndicate.
T,, H A A IAs any chartered plane fli ,es
or even as the private yach /"
SMa o S on open forum ,to readers of The Paname Ame- a laoor leader or tWO 8amn .
".. Letters are received gretefull, and are handled i.. wholly c4al- this bit of opulent coral Is not *.
oetitsalr mnner da too far from the Miami Deach
1If you contribute a letter don't be impatient it it doesn't oppem the hotel in which the AFL'a high
;eat day. Letters ore published on the order received cOmmand la meeting these
SPleese try to keep the letters limited too ne po p le ngtb. days.
4 Identity ot letter writers as held as strictest confidence. On that island last year, ac-
S This newspaper assumes no responsibility fee istatments as spiniest cording to some eagle eyed
S assed in letters from read Justice D ept. and
&P a Section agents, the high corn-
mand of a much worried Mafia
S E 'ZONE RESIDENT' GETS A HAND gathered. These men were not
gathe four or five over publi-
cized brethren like Albert A- .
I read with interest as well as pride the broad-minded com- nastasia. They were the pow.
$*ents of "Zone Resident"' in this column on Feb. 4. erful, multimillionaires Wh
Interest, because each individual's life would be richer, fuller Mafia money keeps thim nb l u
and healthier if he cultivated as liberal and as altruistic a trend den in the respectability of 'ob-
thought as my friend, "Zone Resident." security.
-minded U.S. Iitit Though accustomed !to.i LItb#
Pride, to know that there are many liberal -minded U.S. c- hluseous suntan wh .c.o tHes
lens on the Zonc, some with enough drive and assertiveness to luscious suntan who .omsa
'on and publish opinions that put to shame mean, prejudiced from basking on marble
tics of estates along MamI'.
pciemens like "Old Timer." man made canas o r i aI
Although the philosophers of the ages have lengthily ex- Mafia face w as -,m C e
pounded their theories of good-will and brotherliness in a thou- They knew they w t- e* a
dand different tongues, there still remain creatures who prefer government list for* eport-
cling to "rancor and bigotry. racial animosity and intolerance." tion -the newest Dept. of
among these are to be found many of my colored brethren. Justice weapon.
Zone Resident, permit me to repeat that I am proud of you This group spoke for its thou-
and all others like you who have the sense and training to know sands of "executives" andt "
hat the full measure of a man does not lie in his pigmentation, "troops" (enforcers) in hun-
or his geographical position at birth, but in his character, and, dredi rackets -including th
In short, his ability to be a real human being. multi million douait. ab'
-- Cave Man "take" which it controls. I'o,
among t he "account exeu-.
tives" lit represented, were
SHOUD scores of union business agents
SHOULD TrHE FIREMAN MIND THE CHILD? Who are also on the federal' r e.
lists for denaturalization an
Locona, C.Z. deportation.J.
ir: These men talked abo u ,
something we'd better start
SWouldlike to inquire if the Naval Station, Rodman, provides thinking of as "The System,",
ffcial "baby sitters" in the form of the M. A. A., fire department, rather than the Syndicate.
or some such security unit. It's the System-the network,
Senthe interlocking criminal op-
I'm sure most parents residing in Locona are aware of the erations and shakedowns-
kact that should the misfortune of fire occur, one unit alone could which exchanges killers, en-
burn down in a matter of minutes. forcers and lawyers and pullY Frdrick C.O h an
political strings.
Could a 15-month-old baby left alone in its crib in a desert- The Syste wai streamlined
ad stairwell have even a 50-50 chance of survival?Tew sa
Finding It hard to believe that solid respectable parents could by the brain. of them all, Ar WASHINGTON.-The Sultan of Moroco didn't pod wearing boned collars, icked us only $350
oit cn crrd t helie rhi rsu falos nold Rothstein, who died on give a who6p back in 186 whether there was a last year via the International W halting Commml-
ahow so little concern for their child, am assuming official "sit- orders of. the mob he turned lighthouse on Cape Spalel Oil the African side son.
terms" are provided.... How wrong can we get? from feuding rabble into a na- of the Strait of OIbra~ltar to gilde confused The United Nations, togS With their eliht
Conscientt ioParents nal industry mariners. Th11sultan liead no mariners, confus- subsidiary organizations, ae is bgck* ,58*,on8.
Conscins aren The country got to know ed or othe.wis He did his traveling by camel. One of these, the World Realth OrganlRation,
Rothatein first when he bribed If anybody was stupid enough to iaWh ls neck codt us 2,481,159, but we Way pt some of that
the old Chicago White 8ox in- oo the treacherous seg and then needed a light- back it the management can make a deal with
TOLERANCE IS A BETTER PRINCIPLE to throwing the World Series to house to help him In this outrageous enterprise, certain pinko members; that is, If they are mes-
the Cincinnati Reds back in said the sultan, let him pay for It. So be it. hers.
PanamaCit 1919. Soon he was financier of The 10 nations, includin the United States, In 1950 Albania, Bulgarla Czecheolovkla, Hun-
anama y the New York underworld. And which regularly sent ships through the strait, set gary, Poland. Rumania, China, a vd, pp.v
DMail Box then this polished gent con- up the Internationlal Commision of the Cape within Soviet Ruas s ida ah. mtl:t o ld
Dear Mr. Old-Timver have a close friend whom you did not apprecia trolled gambling, prostitution, Spartel Light, but their lighthouse, and have Health Orgiz~nlzIb; we t. 'k
du, you ever have a close friend whoeayou t apfecb a drugs, bootlegging and water- kept it lit on a p$ ata bass ever aaince. "This Oh, no, y don't, said WO. Tihe)y-
a nd aIter whose death you were tlaereatser asfecitd by a front operations over tohe Da- cost un1,700 lasthear. provided l w t
,L ntlous repentance of Built tand melncholy sensiilty?.:.. on That isn$1, m00 last I ha vt-lk=O't pu gt'pI.
S As re ans whohave hathe great prbneae n nhdn..,iht bulra d c
-Ahdge and study in the U.S.A., I think we have found real g etabie" inve t me n t i. We ta e w are hep o loe :a r
Sneigbors amongthe American people, with of course T m was te a t year to se Syaate internatoa h d MOMp ooe
Alt ough .*Democracy" as oU eereached.i It reaches today not including -whthe International oile 'of oo with the w
whichi contrary to our Christian morale)r I think tolerance from boxn to gambling to omm nssion, Whieb we quit bk in 1950, appa- .
a much preferable principle in foreign relations oac inareotics toe strike maki rently on the theory that or polc should do orth -a ms d
sa h reslerctly inside lt the other raehkets their criminal catching at home. .g,. .4r t Me a"e ryt telil ath m a
rA By rthe FBI agents and Trea- go it Is that we are helping our fellow man in T her thea ae ,
re theo so w r hrsury men continue to turn in far places with cash donations for the study of hope of woffr few aIor., .
reports, the government oeu- whales, seeds rubber, fish, wheat and hydro- ofg is 17A. I r
E'A SONG IN mtHE NAME OF EL PANA ity people get a picture f graphilc (ocean mapping) probnu. very oo h w
TH uRE'S A Ae o Phundreds of unions controlled We are helping out with IA aitlonal malls, to rO toD pt t o "
CARNIVAL QUEEN outright by the mobs as simple railroads. health, weather, labor, telegraph, and faetion, ai t W e are.Setu owm ome'
Balboa, C.Z. T get the picture right, re- publication of customs tariffs. worth.
DesitWe are doing our part to control traffic on the One bemenurln (=a a t
i member that there are 60,000 Rhine, govern the Ruhr, Imrove the lot of the the
: ere's a tip to to he local song-wrierl Sitting here, looking l Kn ansI n the U a Soveral South AmericanrIndla, protectIadU-- r o- r
at the eye-catching picture in the morning paper, of two very at- Thu tdred are mob controlled. epaop-st nd rdze weghshedmesueson o
atve youn ladies Dofa Remofl purchasing the first ticket -t five of these crime Whale, which haven't tered mu sine Is a o I like the wa, e
Carnival Queen, SeforitaAuritaesyndicate operations ia r e Tin we discoVered the electric l and ladies sto- tread itth'eh t Do res ,l i
bohe fIfound myseLf humming the Queens name to the believes as it works with the A e
0 of "Abdul Abulbul Ameer." Are you trying It? Fits perfect-Treaury Dept'ssel rack-W a te
doesn't It? Should be easy for some of our local talent to get cTre areI Ca oc aek Ehe I i'
oe dtrvn... met sluad.....
a s special song, for her, forCarnivac, to that tune! thesare
SLooking forward to hearing it sung at El Panama, I am, Louisr, Ka ns City a points
No PlMusicianMysetfwest, south and easl. EvenW l. ,t,
n da- No Munsician Myself now, as the 17 men who make o ~
--- __ Ranbo pln UP ther$ 0, AFL's top officialdom--r i. .
Li a p 2 Ahiwerto Previous Puzzle b ir~d counciloconfer hIt Miami, T. E BROADWAP OWL 0 to make It hebi?. (I 'ey. alt right.
teamons o Troed 2 mob swirls about them. Celebs About Town: Critiut e ean Nathan, honey?)..
Means of TRalr aswBer 'is for oth John Chapman and Brooks AIklleee Kst- "Maggie" IsIr ky .. t fRlewa
.. .. dcoared M dwelUs zendrana KudC.....CZaSu P-ae --'l ler gsl w e Barhio h .ero.L
rides ONTAL 60 Pnan aware |n3 once upon a rim time the Ca ll-en near the hearth Ofe th p
tI British trolley 6i They oav e ssn t",lbetnukV resy Pnher "accoun ea e u utive r' s l aeoyard lrenerdt

travelFItlin ucit 35Graspn re cage nion headquarters. Ap- who has al o'euf "
.Atpaa3lina n il she msundersto due shortly. Shes 1uefe.
t$ r Coote Meaine what he union "membership players at the elghb.r.

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ri iien rain,,' en there are the t wo
fSe~t rain chimps from the laundry
Scent Workers Union (AL) who ot revealed thiswl: An
1riste -themselves 20 years sapleee or witeses) Is One Smart
t pOb lrve a takin another fellow out ot sad sat shed his wife...
Ptleur ual1the. erglades, pumping fMve gal who onee won a bea d

b -- L -rere n L Just allergle to murder that's rbM a foe lois*"MI
t Now, these fellows have a rra t t-y ho.
ano chance to get out frm a under 5*1.6all almN...
**ke" ewn second" e mp Le Lftra tathea,-aLad .
firmed by the Florlda high Mai rAboi t m: The d.,
court. ona vi sing-
J ektcit It the S'yto" whieh the will 3ln a a hotneum&
A h i council must e- o AM a I eyM
ivr and hat mn national war t wie a 3
oo on mob. It's either that ay
or national disgrace for all nvs I n loadesa" W
labor. one in the phlay is onlycs .

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bathing suits, .sportswear, cocktail
frocks even a $40,000 wedding
gown by Paris designer Christian
Dior will be modelled ... a truly fab-
ulous collection!

General Aniline and Film Corporation
Pan-American World Airways

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VWage Controls_-
0 "(A Limited Numb* of PaNenger Bathr)
WA iINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP)- Wage Board chairman Charles; L )
President Eisenhower wiped out cC. Kllingsworth said the Presi- TO EUROPE:
all wg controls yesterday and dent's order means that "em- s.. DIEPPE.................................February
killed p ice ceilings on meats, players and unions everywhere....... V'
s.AlUdren|a clothing, furniture are free to agree upon anything TO COLOMBIA, .ECDOR, PTIU & CrHILEE:
and th usands of "department they want to agree on." :S. PORT'AU B IN...... :.......................February 1
i store" it ms in his first major 2) Immediate elimination, by --"
move to restore a "free" econo- order of the Office of Price Ad- TO CENTRAL AI RICA & W5X COAST b.S.A.:
a m'y ministration, of price ceilings on s.s. WINN MG................ ................. ebrary 14
S The drastic action means all meats and mett products, in- PASSENOGEi SIcVICE FROM NW YTOI TO PLYMOUTH A LE HAVRi:
immediate pay raises for hun- cluding live cattle; all furniture: S.S. IL. DR FRANCE....... .................. .......ebruary 20
dreds of thousands of workers, children's clothing; restaurants PASSENGER, SRUICE FROM CATAGENA TO EUROP:
a probable labor drive for a meals; and practically all items s.s. COLOMatu....... .......................bruary 1
new round of wage increases normally sold by department : 1 MR. WILSO
and some price hikes. | stores and mail order houses. INDEPiNONCCR LINE I Pe t D
While officials do not expect a! This covers thousands of prod- Weekly Fal t Cargo Syrvi IIwO C at61al, Balbloa Wer Ct NOA
acenral price rise at once, they ucts such as leather goods, small; ut oro p.I d Canada. APPARE
said the final end to all price appliances, clocks, toys. sporting Crlii6bpl: FRZNCB P .O. tBox n 1- Tel. %-.417 & 11 I LA
Scurbs between now and April 30 goods, yard goods, notions and am: O PAUO, s. A. Box
will probably boost consumer slip covers, 70_. 01I s-4Is 3 9t
and defense costs by one to two
billion dollars a year. The OPS order also perman-
Officials do not expect any ently ends ceilings on items
general beef price increase un- on which controls already
less farmers start withholding have been suspended-includ-
cattle from market. but they ex- ing liquor, radio and TV sets,
Snect there nmay be some upgrad- men's and women's clothing,W a
Ing of beef, such as raising shoes and textiles. INWRPORA D O M. T .
"rood" beef to "choice." This-
would mean a higher price for The President said the price
the same cut. curbs "have'not been effective in R al l
,,.-.A United Press spot check protecting the family budget a- R l
showed butchers are not plan- against high prices," and added FAST FREIrf iT AND PASS R VICES
nine any immediate price boosts. that yesterday's action is but the E ALLX OOP
Those questioned said Prices start to decontrolling all prices. BETWEEN EUROPE AND TST TA 2OST
already are well below ceilings Still under ceilings are beer; A
and most expect them to stay cigarets; automobiles; a large OF SOUTi AMKICA
thp't way for a while or even to number of grocery items such as 1
fall. cereals, flour and flour mixes, TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE e Dol ,W
Several predicted a continued bakery products, milk and rice S.S. "FLAMNCO"...................... Feb. 11th
droo in beef prices. major electrical and gas appli- M.V "SAMANCO" .. .........................Feb. l1th
Mr. Eisenhower said he acted ances: drugs and cosmetics: and ....... ...............eb.
because production and demand petroleum and petroleum prod-
focrboth goods and services "are ucts, including beat a o n 4 TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA ARTAGENA, HAVANA,
arroaching a practicable bal- r M asol ne.s NASASA : RMUDA, COR"A.AN HAVLA.N-A
He 'said the 'earliest possible Rents are not affected by the M.V. "REINA DEL PACIFICO" e0 a .,
return" to free collective bar- new order. !
raininp "will serve to strengthen. The orders were Issued follow- TO' UNITED KINGOM DIRECT
the national economy anri there- ing a two-hour cabinet meeting, M.V. "SAN"'ANDE' P -
by the national security." Mr. Eisenhower had told Con- .V. 8 N ........................... *-* *
The action, which had been gress Monday he favors letting
expected, was generallv hailed in wage-price controls die on ached- ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
congress. Republicans applauded ule April 30 and would provide TO NORTH PACIFIC PORTS
the move toward a "free econo- for "orderly" decontrol in theIIC PORT
my." meantime. M.V. "DONGEDYK" ......................... ...Feb. 2Sn
Som Democrats. however, said His order provides for contin-
they thought the Presi d e n t ued authority to enforce. asl- -e TO UK/CONTINNT .
s.hnild, be even "stAndbv" con- ties for past violtlna tioswo e fB OCH YA **.g
trol power for use in case of a controls. o .s "LOCH YA/ .................,.... .. Z,
"hot. war." The OPS also required b S.S. "LOCH AVO ...................... eb
.IO President Walter Reuther nessmen freed frtoin c
said after a White House meet- to keep records of 't pa
Inir that the order waQ a "con- dealings under ceiling rules. AllU Sallings Subject to ChaeWitieut Not'e.
structivp step that will permit Ceilings that were removed PACIFIC STEAM NAVIGATION .CO. t eoJl 16. 6
wage diustments for thonusnds were lifted "across-the-board"- PORDCO INCo LAw .* m Telwth o7/
of workers that have been held from producer all the way *BAIBOA*.m Mak. Bitd Tel.
,1 hv. tthe-. Wage a!ibltlisatlon through ttt retE. -, -'.
Con. otionordered, IL. %Ivan Ieo

oti e Announced &S4 and Ia rt -rea wdr I a I

Sdlte removal, by exe-I
,of aU wage and sal-I There also may be some scat
'I tered increase -in depyrteen
hib nmen.* .200 wage hikes a- store items. BSpe prices flso ma
'to by labor and manafe- drop as stores :hlft. their "mrark
t aiid awaitirin wre board ups" which have been uade
'nval mavy be .pt it o effect ceilings.
okcet Rlaes fr reds of Officials said consumer cost
Isa rls of w 'e 's 11 result. probably will rise an eventiua
otherr 1.50 health and halt a billion to a billion dollar
ifarw pln% altO nrow can be yearly, mostly from removal
t Into arfeet. controls on petroleum p i
a future waire areements will dalry products, somA'fWo4
'ire rover'nLetit approval beer. ; ..
PmRsident, wore Mesnv Defense a*d industrhlaioo
.iu '^ _'-fi. labor were expect to rise
trat+es 4B' edtelv amount. r. ..
^ndd 'tt get Wage and .'0iIC ontrols bav4
Ir demandt, Ir could re- been in effect. nce Jan. 26, 191
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o F 'Se S TO F or .de At Str-gi rs-Club Concerts Tomorrow '
-ms Toy Fav r. g. 4 ; I held MOr d night at the non concert tomorrow at the Ft.
M~ahiO i mr Sain- 8trangere t Oln in hn- Amador bandstand from 4 to 5
sawdt;: haa been U.S. or of the crise passengers of p.m.
eArm- government the 8 ChIiqu and the 88 Mau- The program I to consist of
lnh t seentmed to aIawe eight months retania. Bill Aams.: newly elect- lIght classleal music and milita-
Ama a of Coln- after the Na tI fled to ed president of the club, an- rv personnel and their depend-
Mlst a m. Athur Pormosa. nounced today. ents are invited.
S afford to "we can Women attending the dance CWO Russell O. Christian,
fodt." aheort s ad Bford, U.S. Pact- are expected to wear polleras, commanding officer and band-
fic Fleet eom iaxder, told his the men montunoe. A special or- leader of the band. will direct
SM Missour Ripublcan said committee Tbnday that the chestra has been engaged for the the concerts. These will continue
e .te mt 7th Fleet l bnot going to leave occasion, through April.
rist, dn the Foremms or abandon
tlidan result 1 n it In It protect fti'mosa against
l Iany trave dancer of enlarging possible Communist attack.
He said d explained
Mi ta c congressional that Mr. r's order P
xSS ie sPl P-resident B- concernit eet means
i* s o. *' order the nIval only that not stand in the FIR T
S'i iblOle s eBlond step on way of any a"Chlan may Balboa Heihts, C. Z.
ib new an to force Red wapt to moant against the main- SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1953
'QlB se' k l'ile& n ce i n Korea. o land. or several q3 i .
on He aeadrt to hd freed Chnee da ao evet Mr. El :30 a.m.-Bible School (Class for 'all ages).
SM T aoiSIJa oesn Formosa to senhower willW up his 7th 10:45 a.m.-"AS IT WAS IN THE DAY SOF NOAH."
Oi The eait the Red malaland. Fleet order wlth moves to I Pet. 3:17-22
r'of the ",step up the rmure of the
Chinese Amibalsdor Welling- Communsts." Junior Choir... Senior Choir
J' xn orgaatot and ( on ton TemadMtoM however, that CHLRunE' SCoiHr.AP .T-- a
M M re tots are Invited to attend hlai Kai ek h1= no asked Another phap the plan m CHILDREN'S CHAVEL -- fthor.ateetln for d U.S. military aid to call for more aidto the Frenc
n f -Op undertake a large U cale raids. battling the.Reda In .Ipdochina. 6:30 p.m.-Baptist Training Union.
--. B al Bea 14 In another dv.ent. n er r s" WI- -:pAnF d WuHet--FOIRIT
iBm Ifw W bI -lowing The a o theran totanoer de r e. a feet Benate 7:30 p.m.-"ANOELS OF WRATH" or "THREE UNCLEAN SPIRITS.'
.t i tow Womb o the Redeemer uth-. mat Karl L. Ra n may be Foreign Relations Committee, Rev. 16
Sbarn dor to ForMga expressed Proal the p EV .D Beeby- aking RadiOn R El-
i w u a c next rt bundertske t ffetnve op- enemy byhn Oalf Or in the WE PREAOH CHRIST CRUCIFIED RISEN COMIN AAIN
Jam 0 MI lr rlelam vp left. aha a tionsthat milhthendto l.S. Korean war.
of s Valtau* Dane At Baof
a*The Balboa Y.M.C.A,-U.O. a
U taJ guMatt m e her hm e ln wll hold a Valentine Dance
SatMG ; *M .. ttl, T nin (sm 8:00 to 11:00
.... t a --' o at oravice perNominel
Gift. I1l ". 51 F o *r of the area in celebration of
M' -I nte T th Anniversary of the
M. d Black of Pedro l of the United S riy e te
a t 1 Mr. and Mrs. Greeg

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:1 ave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "" Street Panama
' No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n

lewis Service Salon de Belieza Americano Carltog Drug Store
. o. 4 TivoU Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and No. 55 West 12th Street 10.069 Melpdeu Ave-Phone 256 Col6
5, .Propagnda, S.A.
llorrison's Agencia Intemnacional de Publicaciones ~. Stret oorer Estudiante St.
'fourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441 No. Lotterv Plaza Phone 2-3199 PhoUnes 2-14 and 2-2798


Minimum for 12 word.
3c. each additional word.

S, Miscellaneous Automobiles
SFOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 2.deer
i FOR SALE styline Do Lux, orin. e l Sehar.
H ushOs o color, 5 good tirees, liy
Household payments. Smeeot y Hunlicutt S.
Se bedT with A. 16th. St. Central Ave., Tel.
---2 metal beds gray ..
mr0 dresses, one metal dresser gray 00 Colon.
mirror. Phone 2-4279 Diablo!FOR SALE-1951 Oldsmobile 4-door
WHt. Super 88 in excellent condition.
F OR SLE-Ge.eral Electricrefrigr- Low mileage. One owner. Sacrifice
to 60 cycle wth 3 guarantee. or cash. 83-5281.
5.00. Phone Panama 3-121. FOR SALE-195O Studebaker 2-door
ALE:-Double bed, box spring d rial shell grey color.
and innerspring mattress. Entire Radion. For, end seat covets, very oad
u6 6'9" long with mahogany head condition. Ar sol at. SmCentr y
d. Floorlamp mahogany, three- I Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. Central
bo4d. Floorlamp, mahogany thrj Ave. Colen, Tel. 800.
wa switch. If interested Thomas Ave. Colon, Tel. .
,- PoLte, Cristobol Policejtato__ !FOR SALE:-PLYMOUTH STATION.

broom living, kitchen, dinette. 5 A-l tires, radio, other extras.
60 cycle Bendix. Vcuum. Floor $1 00.00 cash. 716-B Prodo, Bl-
waxer. Malted milk machine boa; 2-3480.
Loamps. Dishes. Rugs. Nic-nacs, etc. FOR SALE: 1950 Mercury Club
Good condition. Reasonable. Leov- Coupe. Perfect condition. Pest of-
ingrGulick 88-851. fer. 417 Porto Bello St., Ancon.
BOR :-:ALE:-Generol Electric dish-j Good trensportation: 1941 Chevrolet
woiher, portable model, like new.; Fleet Master. 2-door Sedes. Easy
Reasonable. Panama 3-3073. payment. For sale at Smheot y
R ALE:-13 venetian blinds 52- Hunnicuatt S. A. St. 16th St. Cen*
14 60. Excellent condition. 807 tr Ave. Colon Tel. 00.
Tovernilla Street, Balboa. Phone FOR SALE-Without guarantee or
y265.- I warranty to highest bidder Chrys-
;OR. *'-E: eu ldi m ler limousine, 1948 model Can be
FOR SALE: Beautiful diniingroom se a American Embassy. Bids
set,, carved, new, extension table, seen at American Embassy. Bids
upholstered choirs, China closet, accepted until February 12.
sideboard. Bargain. Also 3 iron 1941 Buick 2-door Sedan, very 9ood
beds, single. 2 bureaous, China clo- transpotretion, good radio, end
set and other furniture. 9th St. tires. Also with seat covers. Easy
No. 12, last floor. p yments. For Wli at Smo't y
S--E----- b- f CHunnicutt S. A. l6th St. Cqatrel
FOR SALE:-9 cubic foot, oldspot Tel. 00.
refrigerator. Westinghouse cloth SAve Colon, Tel. 0 -
dryer, both 60 cycle, Navy Pacific FOR SALE: 1947 Chevrolet Club
2280. Coupe, radio. Exceptional, $650.-
FOR SALE:-Small wardrobe, double 00. Room 320. Hotel Tivoli, Bol-
bed, together or separately, bot h -boa 2111.
mahogany and modern. No. 77.I FOR SALE:-Beeutiful 1950 Pontiec
Estudionte street Apt. 5. Telephone Station weagon, beautiful shapes at d
2-3058, Panama. running conditioct. Easy payment
R SALE:- Upriht piano, excellent- at Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
FOR SALE:-Upriht piano excellent St. Central Ave., Colon, TeL 00.
Electric, reasonable price. 5533-C, FOR SALE:- Pontiac 4 Door Sedan
Dibto Heights. "6" 1950, Standard gear shift,
radio. Original owner. Good can-
FOR SALE -8.5 Wetioghouse Shel- edition. Phne ,Balba 4473, or
jadlr frost free refrigerator. 9 34 14.
months did. $250k00. 2130-C, Cu- 3414..'--3
tundu. BARGAIN: 1952 Chevrelet Stylie
De Laxe*r Seden. Two teow
FOR $ALE:-6 piece mahogany liv- Se e LBie a4 d erald. Two ten
Ingtoom set, wardrobe cloiet Power-gI di 5-ed ties,
qeuch. 45th Street, No. 1, Meyer. IauWy *e Vrdo sdle at S re y,
FOR SALE:-Solid mahogany dining- Hunnicutt S. A..16th. St. Centrel
room drop leaf table and chai4. Ave. Celon, Tel. 800.
Perfect condition. Cristobal 3- MUST SELL. 1953 Chrysler Convert-
S1q46. Ible. Still factiry guaranteed. I.-!
IFR! SALE-Simmons Studio Couch 80Q mileage. Phone Cristobal 3-.
5t0_00. mako nnv dining table. 1851.

30" diameter, plus two 10" leaves
Send pad $30.00. two electric trains,
25 cycle transformer, track and
aceAssories $20.00. Train table,
top. 54" x 102" on two horses
$19.00, radio $5.00. House 8111
A Morgarita.
F'AItLE:-Frigidaire, 9 cu. ft., 25
cycle. Tiny puncture in sealed unit.
A.g4ood buy for party needing box
00 motor, or in position to repair.
$ 0S.O. Balboa 6397.
FOR $ALE:-Floor tamps $3.50 ea.;
deWs lamp, $1.50; single metal
bd With spring and mattress $15.
rts 6 ft. x 8 ft. $4.00 each;
wooden folding screens $2.00 each.
H0ue 746-A, Los Cruces, Balboa.

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Practically new. 1952 Buick Special
4-deer Seden, two-tone eemit
grey and. shell grey. Dyneflew,
Beautiful shape. Par sele et Smeent
y Hunnicut S. A. l6th St. Ceontrel
Avenue. Colen., Tel. 800.

FOR SALE:-To highest bidder
1953 Chrysler Windsor De
4-door sedan. I Damaged
board). As island where is. C
, seen at Cristobal Pier. All
must be sent to: Heurtemotti
Arias, S. A. Box 293. Panam
P. Accompanied by certified
for 10% of Bid. Before Fel
12th. .1953.
1949 Deiek Super Cenvertlle.
Dynaflow, radio, ee coven
top, oeed tires. Easy paym
For sole at year local dealer
y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th St. C
Ave. Celen. Tel. 800.
edition throughout. can be f
ced or will trade for older
car. D. W. Kdlls. Curundu
Station. Phone 86-2212.

I P CE, Ariz., Feb. 7 (UP) FOR SALi:-1949 luick Sup
involving 400 inmates deer Sedenet. perfect cos
Arizona state prison wtkh Dyneflw. seetevees,
Sarly today when warden and good tires. Easy payi
ers ordered tear gas Smeet y Hunnicutt S. A. 16t
S era guard had been Centrel Ave. Colen. Tel. 80
d by prisoners in one AT YOUR OWN PRICE.-Rep
lock and his keys and a ATOUR WNP I.Rp
as pistol taken from him. ao n S947 P uc p r C
s shortly afterwards re- doc. One 1949 Ford 6
Coupe. One 1948 Nosh Sup
'W It as the third outbreak at' door, new t,re, excellent
.Ae prison within as many days. tion. One 1948 Hudson Cc
ther demonstrations were dore 8 four door Make an
-taged Thursday and Friday, Autooc 15th and Melendez.
Hut they were not violent. 1949 luick Super 4-deer
The guard was investigating very good condition. Daeflo
a light failure caused when coil- at covers, good tires. easy
victs short circuited the light- meaes. For sale at ISme y
Ing system. micet S. A. I1th. St. Centre
He said prisoners yelled "don't Celon, Tel. 800.
hurt him" to one another (as S. A ....-.- Po G
they forced him to lie on a FOR SALE--1951 Power Glide.
prison bed and robbed him of rolet 4 door sedan low mi
t.e tear gas gun and keys excellent condition, $1.600.
Afttr the guard was turned Cristobol 3-141 i
loose by the inmates. Walters FOR SALE:-Parts for 1939
quickly ordered six Arizona mouth. No. 3 6th Stree
highway patrolmen to fire tear Hermosa.
gas into the cell block.- .- --
A dozen rounds of tear gas FOR SALE:--Pontiac 1949 Sed
Caused the convicts to toa out Hydromotic drie. two-tone
4he.unused gas gun and keys.I 0310 Cable Heights, Ancon.

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an be

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Write AkeloolMi Aeaymve. Se
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Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
Just around the corner of "J"-St.,
announces our new Lampi Shade
Service. We con now make to order
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover
your old one at low prices.

S Miscellaneous
FUR COAT for sale. Call Ponoma 2-
1541. Ask for Mrs. Howard.
FOR SALE:-Piano in good condition
only $175.00. Call 2-1282, Pan-

Travel via "AREA," "the Route of
the Good Neighbor." NO 'IN-
S.COCKTAILS! One-way to MIA-
MI, $70.00..NEW YORK, $114.
00.. GUAYAQUIL, $80.00.. ..
QUITO, $86.00. Round trip to
MIAMI, $126.00..NEW YORK
$214.00. .GUAYAQUIL $144.00.
..QUITO, $154.80. BOEING 4-
engine planes. For more details see
36 Avenida Nocional, (Automobile
Row), telephone 2-1655.

FOR SALE:-One mahogany Vanity
with mirror and stools, almost new,
drafting (able 6 x 3. Cheap 1549-
L, Gavilan Road, Balboa

FOR SALE:-Converter, 25-60 cycle,
750 W., $.100, 60 cycle record
changer, new, $30.00, Misc. ra'
dio parts, transmitter parts, mobile
trans, and converter, Sams Radio
Manuals, complete, Call ftlboq
1837 or quarters 5453 all day
FOR SALE:-GermoA Shepherd pup.
_pies. Best blood line from Italian
and American Kennel Club Dogs.
First Avenue No. 43, San Fran-
cisco. Tel. 3-2396. Familia Son-
FOR SALE: Piano upright. $100.
S1936 Ford $125.00. Call Gomboa
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FOR SALE:-Plono "International?'
perfect tune, $250.00. 17th Street
West, No. 68, Apt. 2.

FOSTER'S Cottages. One mile beyond
Santo Clara. Completely furnished.
Rock Gas Refrigerators and Stoves.
Bring your linens. Phone Dogmor's
2-0 70.
Grprich Santa Clara beach-
cottages. Electric Ice boxes, gas
stoves moderate rates. Telephone
6-441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi-
Philhip. Oceanside cottages, Santo
Clara, Box 435, Balboa. Phone
Panama 3-1877, Cristobal 3-1673.
Williams' Santa Clora Beach cot-'
toges. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockgos rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Except week-ends

Spend your weekend at Casino Santa
Dance music by Casino Aces.

FOR RENT: Furnished house No.
32, 46th St. Bella Vista, Februa-
ry 20 April 20. Telephone 3-1805.


Two ard five raoom fumWbe4 and
unfurnished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10th Street.
Npw Cristobol. Telephone Colon

FOR RENT: Furnished or unfur-
nished two bedroom apartment.
Call 2-2346.

FURBISHED apartment $85. Also
apartment suitable for two couples.
Telephone 3-2051 Panama.

FOR RENT:-Furnished room ,near
the Presidencia. Eloy Alfero AMe.
SN. 10, Apt. 10, from 5:00 to 8:
Q p. m.*

FOR RENT: Furnished roqrt
;Couple, access t everytThng irr-th
aportment. First street No. 103 "El
r- surmu, eiem:I-

Bidt will be received in the office 0485.
of the General Manager, Commis- --c_ .A
sary Division, at Mount Hope, Ca- FOR RENT:-Furnish nal Zone, until 3:00 p. m., Thurs- kitchedr privilege. 43td St. No. 43,
day, March 5. 1953. when they Apt. .
will be opened iq public, for fur- FOR REN$ Funthed. room foi
fishing 4,550 stems of bananas bachelor. Via. Es*ai Apt. I (3
during the period April 1, 1953 houses before Race TtacRI.
to September 30, 1953. at the -I
rate of appr9xmmately 175 stems FOR RENT:- F did room, 1
weekly. Forms of proposal, with inspected, kit h j5H --eyt. a
full particulars, may be obtained 21, Fourfh of t
in the office of the SuppFy & opposite e Ros
Service Director, Balboa Heights. FOR RENT: Fc'.4. si
or of the General Manager, Cam- furnished room with parch
mlssory Division, Mount Hope.1 service Independent. No cookift
Canal Zone. allowed. Price: B.55 00 incluc4tn
FOR SALE:-Completp porGh vene- light. Information: Canal Z.i
tian Blinds for duplex. Sovilan Pharmacy' Fourth of July Ave.
Area. Excellent condition, $50. --
House 1532-4. FOR SALE

S FOR SALE Motorcle
no, R. FOR SALE:-N. S. U. motorbike 9'
check Real Estate c c year 1952. Very good caon
bruary d.ion. Call Curundu, telephFa
FOr,,. ALE.--Must sacrifice as owner 2103. House 2256-D, B. St.
leading country; beautifully equip-
swto Ped cottage. New Arraijan on Na- Position O rF l
S tional Highwy. Information Tel OS
mne* 2-1964 or Almacfn Angelini. CAN YOU "-r
central FOR SALE-Santa Clara beach front i.m.igs, lEsgiaL
property. Large flower garden I may be taele .
S Many fruitbearng trees. For in- how. Sean d
A-1 spetion of house contact owner, rience. C. Y., x 4
Innm Iaagents) Joseph A. Farr ln, Ameic or
Clear. From Jan. 1 to April man wanted. Room 2 nr
U Fre __________ tonal Hotel 421 .2 nt
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!Farm Sale, Matinol Land with English speaking. n.
per 2- 1 and plans, 44 4/5 Hec.a- am.anian ngls speaking, i,'an-
r-.mansn, North American or u"
dltiom r., with water all year. good cattle ropanan salesman want~d. Rpu
radio, ;Id, about two thousand Frut 602. Int ertion al Hot.
ments. trees one hundred and II Acres -- .o o
'th St. I Red E. Tractor with 2 sels of I it
0. Disc's one 12 blade and 1.8 blade,. teI Po ti
messed only worked about 24 hours, I paiSECRETARY,
ipper of hler attachment Box 31 2 C Possessing good shoer, nd
Coll Canal. .ne orO- I possessing 900d shorthand wnd
Clubi co anal one or house 175 skills. seeks position re-
r, 4 Central Ae. Chorera, mornings urlng intelligence and initiative.
ndi- of Wednesday or Thursday be Phone 3Ilboa 2682.
mmo-1 at hc'- ----------
offer FOR SALE -Cottage in Santa Cla-
Colon. ra. tile floors. Rock Gas stoe. fur-,
aled., niture.. $4 000 00. Call Cocoll 4-.
W. 88.
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Boats & Motors

FOR SALE:-Electric generator KWS, I
volts 125 D C. Ballbearings',
guaranteed Blower Diesel volts
110. 60 cycles. Icompletei. Call
telephone 2-5167 Panama, bo-
itween 12 30 to 2 30 p. m. andt
6 30 p m to 8 30 p m.
FOR SALE -1.3 1-2 H. P motor
60 cycle Phone Ft. Clayton 5197.

FOR SALE:-1948 Hudson. 4 door
sedan; radio, overdrive. Can be
financed. $875.00. Zenith rodio-
#MOMPwts25 cyle. $25.00 Call
Ponom 2-4600 Cpl. Black.
FOR SALE:-1942 Packard. Excel.
hnt running condition. Vory rea-
snobeL. C aE 611orl ISO,. _


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It cost no more to protect
and beatify concrete
w- ith -
Deorative and durable
waterproof coatingR.
Ask for descriptive folder
and color chart
22t Central Ave.
Tel. 2-p014.


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Weo pa and rat. eovo
anyth.g. PhObne 2-2451l
2-2562. Panama.
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S.- U Re Oe a~etil; ~ly elected Jewel, which was given her by
nLAs enter'6 ,Iairman of the Ctholic Youth Miss Kariger as her first off!-
.. -^ -. g. 8 f Gr .the wow cor- tania was.talled into cial duty.
r0- t n e w 9 e Ians week at a meeting of I Miss Kariger was presented
aa' 3 P thm o t board at St. pink carnations from her of-
S Th nnOhm 1 1. fliers and a gavel by her fa-
T l. eife ax Wofr l easar walf bv Father their to use during her term
en- with Ml ar .e: Wor- b Rige with Cecil A. of office.
e.i X. N. a-* Kath- r vi e n:, Ken- Mrs. Fred Newhakd. Secreta-
'_ 0 ve Dou h; B N e=n see- ry of the Advisor Board for
eye Dough; retry;F5eat, eorres- 1952 presented the girls their
"t *t a- BEgolf; Rec-pondinR secretary and Dean color bars for Service. Those
etr- Ardle W _ioughby, P.W. Butcher, publicity director. ;who had completed their col-
-,. tL A.; Trasurer- MUdred Mar- --------. or bars and vemed their "Pot
S-' nnt F, W.A.I1 O ain Henry W. B ., Jr., Mr. and of .Oold" wwre Carol NewharI,
w u Karaw n Si Loe -Diane Mrs. James Mr. and' Patricia Rudge, Mary B. Sher-
la CaroLve-Dian Mrs. B. D. HRnpmy, Mr. and ry, Margaret Joudry and
SICarol Mr, joMrs. J n" ] Lea h, Mrs. Diane Scheldeg.
S'are-- na Oeyer: Charles Bartwd M Oil Joud-' Prominent Masons and Eat-
APZ a". M P Fraset; rey, Mrs. MO.' rick Mrs. ern Stars seated In the t
S Arlin-Vandergrlft; for the Ceremony were: Mrs.
SiiW. Patrioam.. JApe Rowley: R. W. Rubell, Mrs. D. I. Oeyer, Leah K. Dugan, Supreme Ip-
SePaela. Hawthorne; Mrs. Dniel RA Mrs. L. L.'spector for the Order of the
r Cfd aer- Sylvia Barflel Mrs. Frase Rainbow for Oirls on the C.e
lr rr- Diane Mrs. Alfredi T. Mrs. 8. Miss Mildred M. Neely, Mr.
Si M C lIn- Marga- C. Dilla. Miss Ha Oriffith, Earl C. Orr, Mrs. William E.
SD I .' r --t Co Director-. Mr. and Mrs. William E. Hughes Mr. Carl Pinto, Master
r. an arl Tab Chor: Carol Hugheas Mr. au Mrs. Paul R. Councillor, Order of the DeMo-
.hard, Mar. Ru de, Alice Purr, Mr. and Mrs.-mmett W. lay, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Kariger,
r .=.1 I. er, Louise monson, Argo, Mrs. Fted A. Newhard, parents of the new Worthy Ad-
Ir.n Sn- JoycooSe Mn, Floreni Baker, Mrs. Dorothy Montlyni Mrs. visor, Mr. Emmett W. Ar go,
R oam R l. % a *th- M Worel and, Lorna Stone, A. A. Albright,- Mrs. Thomas Mrs. B. D. Humphrey, Mr. Paul
Pr n o: fi of the C it a Paula n, Diane Petqr- Page, Mrs. gene hipley, M. Jamesson
S tam ito n, of the OrderT of the o JaanoBosme Judy Mal. Mrs. Floyd Robinson, Mrs.- W.
aMM. anley .K fM g bw for Girls at lm*prs* co, Charriem Turner, a pd Watts, Mrs. F. F. Schwartz, Refreshments were served In
le eremonles Ithe CrIto Malon Garrett. Mrs. J. H. Ward and Mrs. the Main dinning hall of the
a MaTemple WSed4nq- 1is Marquard was installed Thomas F. Gibson. Temple following the instal-
wdy t Miss Mild Mad L-by- Mis oye Hawthorne,, P.lation. Mrs. William Hadarits
ua, retiring Worthy Advia Mr. Emmett Argo was pro- was in charge of the arrange-
.S, served as the Installing oWeer. W OladyA B. Humphrey soted to the Order and friends ments.
m "OB t L installing officers was re-elected Mother Advisor present the-Rainbow Daddy.
SM aal" I H1 a ns!l i stalled in thi* office, Mrs. ClSa Barber, guest so- Fort Davis Women's Club
., 1 P. W, A.. ChapIain^ 4j ibyy the ustallat lost sanP "It nl No Secret," Meeting
M Orr, d corder-4ias of aowlng members and losed the meeting with The members of the Fort
M Mftr t a Mrr Wr- the. ; Mr. and Mrs., arl "May The Good Urd Bles* and Davis Women's Club met at
mVW H as organist. C. rMin Mildred Neely r. Keep You." the Officers Club Wednesday
.ww l hALs theme wai p MR I arold M. Charm t* Miss Marquard was onduct- for morning coffee preceding
o thi .eventng And in LMr. and Mrt William Hade- ed to the stations where she their regular monthly meet.
^b -f of thew a Lge It, Mr. and Mrs. WAj]er A. received a flower from each, Ing. Mrs. Harry F. Green pre-
SAA Balnbow was sufpend. Freudigmann, Mr. at.. ",S. made from a handkerchieL. At sided at the meeting and wel-1
..- Comed one guest Mrs. Drexel

Hostesses for the morning
were: Mrs. James C. Humphrey,
Mrs. a. 0. 8 Imms an Mrs.
Ch.ates F. Walsh.
DRI W,^ mI T EATRE .Mrs.. Norman U, Weslln pre-
Mrs.Drexel -Mills, served the
A R returns To Home
S. PHONE:-NIGHT 3-1521-DAY 3-1552 Mrs, Michael J. Kulikowski
1:30-4:49-44- P.3. 12 and Infant son have returned
HQ WS: 7:00 9:1from the Coco Solo Naval Hos-
pital where the baby was born
on January 31.
S* n H has been named for his
father crat wid be M'uhaEI Jr.
SA t TODAY A Super Special Weekend Rease sergeant Kuikowski is sta-
tioned at Fort Gulick.
Potluck Supper At Margarita
Union Church
LBNGUASJ r rFUE O) FThL deacoless of the Margrh,
S' rita Union Church are apon-
'. '" sorig ai Potiuck :sup r to be
S. ",, ebruary 13 at :00 p.nM A
Slpaka t a A members and friends are cdr-
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bring their favorite dsh. -A
.-w.%, M *donation, of W25- cats from each
S-. family will help defray m el.
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Spartan Valor, One Count, Inter-Club Eire Parliament In etigates At

Crafly Admiral In Duel Play Moves Record Price Paid For Tulyar

MIAMI, Feb. 7 (UP)-It will be the "big three" m C it -r. t
against the "hopeful five" today in the $50,000 add- U Atlantic Twi-oo Ope s T~ a.W
ed McLennan Handicap at Hialeah. ` 4i0l1op --ioIi i "-T olI-
Sand one-eighth handicap are the track is muddy. If the track Panama 74 O CO UId W l ll 1 1D. e
___ Brook ond Haf T, ,
"Spartan Valor," "Crafty Ad- is sloppy, Ken figures as a Fort Amador 3098 r ward re ed rad Van- wit
miral" and "One Count." They dangerous longsnot. Brazos Brook 300 l sh why er lt g
center yesterday. Tryingto up tFr t Dai d the
enteredd yesterday. Trying to up- Fort Davis 251 Tomorrow afternoon the sec- Goige Egolf, both otentially I1 the T al g "ga1. 4
SumtB5 Tackles J21I C~sm. a" t ss
se tdhe dopesheetare CBattle Summit Hills ond half of the Atlantic Twilight d consistent hitter, have

field,1 Ken," "Oil Capito 11 TIN d OAS of ri; iF
an lasng" aear dshian OH.. Panama's high-flying Inter-.y with all four un tean- dIo the me c l C"annot s s
Baseudysballl Team A"
been pointing for the race but In full force to drive another will feature the regularly ched- any other man on thmade i n a two- ae taBdi t I c a00leup l feri ae aig H
rwill feature the readerl In a w-b

ny Stout. Hell carry 128 uJ .Panama has practically won sc vse Bfboar Monda wl be Pabt will rule as favorites to wlstand at Tully, 06t h 4 to 6 pasting by arch-rival
wash t entered. nail into the 1953 championship uled o Sunday afteroIga dm e d upo n tb tan ato ththe 111S..

aan Chief threat amon the ne. Open game ceremonies Brook have any chane u at between h Blue Ribbon nine hasode a on i Dr e The ye yesterday, e of Vanderbi .
be favor ed tody the big- Baaof the P annual matc hes tthy game which had b een A quick review of all four purchased Tulyar. for nIs Oathldo Wo i s to V
ar Stout. He'll bcarrey 128 wllcheduled for Monday nlght, tams clearly Indicates that p0110d1 ', ) and. -
at ony winner now n train- go a have aong way bu insofar played. The league was forced takecond half honors and the dar In se T l inland and closed eson and sther
rafty Admiral, the 1952 ha as they were waope, the Past t move this game up from 1953 championship. Noel Gibson hoe 's futr Wl be m a bya
Samion, has drawn top Balboa High School horsehid- two years, they noted to go out Monday because of repairs to has ben doing excellent mound bo as -A o ble Th '

of 12 pounds, including era will open their Interscholas- determined not t l ths year's the lht od we t wl

tic League me rorlt. and Jac wren b.turtbor Asttof
t yKensol rt.on C lur h. O ne lont ash n Tuesday ni ght honors slip away. the l ights w hile pnder k pon to turn i atobe ioela" to A kh i" Bathe &ndl '_ "ds the. am

ozen golf bal was a veteran Gurd m Rid Manuel Won ost Pt. e nd
Shore i at Balboa Stadium when they o them out out. f use that night de e on to turn I at0 be tqr andha Said om.d
126-pounds under Dave play host to the Junior College Only Fort Amador d Braos Bucky Hall manager of the least Oe one Igood pitchingcmgoing to Vrultb you .vlex 3P
ann Chief threat among the nine. Opening game ceremonies Brook have any chae at Pabst Blue ribbon rst half a wek. rumors inv Vsaon. ant to
ies Battlefield, the bg- will get under way at 6:45 p.m., catching Panama... but 'they h has already epresded Ther Blue Ribbon nine hast
winner now in train- with the game slated to go at have a long way to go. confience that his power-laden been. letting plenty of puich out eh,4 a colt was unbeaten athletic mnmittee Nt nto
ont 7 p.m. aador has a mea point eam will sweep the second tf of thr batters and again Gib- m and and closed

a sr:"hha; oamnin t med has a mi e S,point ony and- *%W.- gmoo rf rua
Balboa has seven veterans ball lead over Brazos foru' to become champions witoit son shares honors, this time won an st -timee for Brit- there w Word Came fa

pceived a l ly begu the nucleus of their spot and here's were the rea the neety o a playoff. wih Lloyd Alberga and man- ai
i si os 1953 edition. Heading this group battle is on. Brazos uld dear- Blue Ribbon nine won th e aer ucky Hall, for. consistent take mon, is fl o. In- ohad rau.nd ii lM d. i,
is pitcher Don Morton, work- ly love olto finish second half last year but lost out o wer, A well l balanced defense clded tshe Drby, St. Ler and ta e ,over a .
horse of the the mound staff. be their highest finh sce to the C. H. eam n the post. ated by Louis Dedeau, the King Sixth ad
Fort D~ovis Club ohas Compi le d a e rand e season n series, so he will be tk bt fielding Infielder in the cTulyar -Was foee at the A lg ac

Igrundn the Pacific Twilight emakethem a cotough thean's bre Cn s*d -*eels o Or 4t J For a igerrI-
Cha po p thus far this season and he wil lay tomorrow is 'in tw formance. i eteam to t. the dar 4 rwld w n faste th
undoubtably be the choice of groups, the first teeing ffat The Powel team will need g the SLB lnw e as son of reali e
Coach Stewart Brown to open 8:30 and the second at 11:0. plenty of help if they are to be- "Derbu Bob Rsel. The_

nor t Blld i hI D Art peed Z 1p-m 21.
Sat e e Bulldogs Tuesday niht. Panama's lineup follows (first ome contenders for th 1 was by the lead ,.
Championship besides Morton, the al ten at 8:30): crown. The G e won
uH tmhisyeabr. Ed ie N n ws e tocifa eic Softball s ondal
Tiu rn s ie itcheT Fb r or laysd i theooutstyear Jn L Deh Rnn pcer give Ince fde l a- M D1, cl
Gozlf Club came th a finnis this trt y, ChY acr y ardllesOn e thaL
Pa t kn Bienven do Sals team cap- MacM urray, H. ,WMiten, Harry Do kery h s t Sim on R.,ro d for r
t we wwohrno Mike Ius Dee W. Wittei g Jr.
Major A Everett e aned probably ter he smooth- Jame de es uard r. many weak breaches both in pe
thee on ol..Eeat fli oad shoeol' aboy itnfieldber playing t afense and offense. Two newout-ler t t olors hofm
gland 2. Mike received a beau-ed hi assent TA. is d i aO D floe h i dey s h fe
wh e r this year. Eddie Napoleon, who Hector Valdes Jr., Ma Tuer iev u fielders, on be ons dependagbler Wo nPe id b a OKr
r t a d Tao Deed as moved in to Cove t he hot peanut. rest and plenty of hitting power ae dI W
t ew BoRni solt i b ll. Wiand of comer atthrbaentur h pnhe e thayaa tha rSo It S de to send him o. hw ho
dozen golf balls was Noel C, far has handled his assignm ent T.A. Clisebee, Carlos' de as Dte" -lave tonsill befored dgr directly t aoltud is. f
Farnsworth of New Cristob -ema *veteranh. Guardia, Jim Ridge, Manuel hne I a.r ound preS1kuly,2110.
man defeated Cdr. Ray Giffin and Jim Ma at the initial sack Frank Mornice, Jr., Raul Aran- Failure to produce base hits CAA 6 3 667 Derby wnnrs Blenheim. thl
and 1. Goodman received a give the Bulldogs an all letter- go Jr, Luis Chandeck Roy in the clutches have been the o a 5 500 and Mahmoud to U 6. oi,
and sugar set and men infield. However, both these Glickenhaua, E r n e a Vo de la main worry of u Re 1_0tes d '0 .30alembo
SCdr iffn one dozen balls boys played other positions last Guardia, Jr. Thnhger of th e CS. VanLiquido .1 10
..W oer of the consolation flightyear. May was in the outfield Thou _.theigs __p_ _n- --
CPt CCo mer r- d Arias alternated between fnza our hitters among the top ten, LEADING BATT ERS
Sn ol short and third they also lead In team strike- (based on 27 or More times at
Inei e cd finegolf balls. Catching will be done b an- Shouts and two wany. of the' bet)
eeo wioe .other letterman, Abdiel Flynn. runnrs were t he n , Tam to E.
Rlc ekved ota siver cake SpdtPe'
Huff on the 19th hole arm, Flynn has Just recentro p At S e w o dAble pitch- Woodruff Baxter's 30, 18 .600 101
Sgt. Huff received a dozen begun to hit his stride and sera, Tomy ghe an Art Hlger Fi 30 14 .467
Ui 7 W. WHuf Sanders was c on has been fdrshing his old form Blades, plus walm, whole only Mur ?n : .
blades the bwt. wo n orfnl Elks 27 12 .444p
,t .n ofinlsehin the bat. Completing the vel't this .eis been lack of pw-od aa ai 1 40h7 An 9 u'J# 11" ", W.lf,
In the thirty flight, Robert M. seven returning lettermen is Bob control, the' Dodge boys Seem to Amgerluuler F. 31 12 .387 ..1,' 0' .
wey Bobtheoatd hbe not too lad off In that d- 8th 70
Chourret blte Don Ridgeway plays the center garden this as may be Interested, cervess, apartment. They are the defend-. ptte'tn QAA 32' 11 .344 r.t.' ,'
an 4 to win silver butter ar, while last season h about are to be all availabij in the one cmp of 1952 and cOald Elks 33 -11 .3 e
dish. Ridgeway received a dozen halved his time between th., spot tomorrow afternoon, turn .out- be a threat to De aMater Fl 34
golf balls and t and left field. The sunshlewill be provided Pa 1% DOM.
,rey, the consolatiorf winner, re- Rounding Tomtth rrobalwb S dry CA 3t 10 :3 t0
cved nine golf balls starting nin t be diminutive from its recent torgetfulnes. The Balboa Brewers started MOSTM RUNS a
Joe Cicero In lef field and Rudy The cervezs, and more Inno- off the JIMt half hot onNth ____________ _att
Cicero has quite a name to live wiches and sodas, will be pro- .tsim a looked Ijo they mh liiin:e7.."I.r, Q
up to, but those who have seen vided by the Rio Cristal road. keep their 4A
Sunday (Tomorrow) National Highway from Arral- thro Hr lsOuu. F .........(9-0)
C Astuff to do l an wo up nog Plstfo. CAA ..........(5-2) (_2
9:30 k.m. S u bAnd the fste will be provided haslt
Santa Cruz vs. Paraiso "1 Cheney, Elks. ...... 5-S..
at Paraiso 0p ne e'on the racing motor- B, thousIh oe of
cycles on the Isthmus, with rid- the most effective ai ET D :in
La Boca vs. Red Tank era who are already proven rac- We Ig Me'. tutes tme.- Y ,,
at Red Tank The report that New York Ing star*, or who propose to be-. Balb -, Firemen's Insurance 1,.6"
Charges vs. Rainbow City Athletic Commission -Chairman come manie with the least pos- the Baxter's 5
at Mt. Hope Bob Christenberry will become slble delay. em. h and a_.
ambassador to Mexico popped TheZ will be rn on a quar- able le' madeit N S
CRICKET up at a dinner in New York tr-mil trac ro prepared sGAM
12 Z:30 p~m. c Wednesday night. close by the Rio.MLe road---
Pacific Cricket League Governor Thomas Dewey msw hQuse. Baxter's
Clovelly vs. Ancon Christenberry enter the room at Ir aty h~t
at La Boca a hotel association dinner &ni "It Is a Tourist Trophy style as thwoe
La Boca vs. 8parton introduced him -as "the neat track, twisting and rising and been prey Lodhi
at Santa Cruz Ambassador to Mexlco." But falig. Thi is the reverse of Ing LTds '4.pgd for Firemen's
Whispers vs. Red Tank Dewey was quick to add that heing mot teyc. ts They are
at Red Tank was only kidding. ulore Yiven to !AlRJ and rising, of a deic Friday,
Atlantic Criket Lague "I have adopted a policy a. New racing saes will be Wu#1at's threw a
Fenwiks gainat makin any recomme. needed to cop top nor, on the whicoenM'
at atun nations for deal positions." new-style track n. Be- cumbr ,Moust
Surrey vs. Excelsior said Dewey. "I only made the cause of this it Is like as not hi h-p-hed Wisinker for f
at Camp Blend remark kiddingly when Mr. fIw stars will emage. '119,6ch In marked up four tuna.-
Pacific Divisional entered .evaiis'l -i dIn the toof the
DfieDlvisional League Ctratenberry Says he has not wdish: have not I p member @tsthe
9:30 a.m.: Commissary Tom been offered the post, but he ape on thd I0mus are to SAN' w n's tea scored at
Collins VaS. Ideal Bread adds he would take it if it sfe r iseA them Newly'-
Divisional League "I have not resigned from the ye, to o here. er ofwat
. 10:00 a.m. Commisary vs. boxing commissioner' poet," to be C-OL.lil N. Lei.' lies A.a
Schools at Rainbow City says Christenbery, "but I wi l-Davidson ftce for mem- Sn,54c. by We pld one balls oa
Terminal vs. Storehouse Vam the ambas bpulle in the oo Mtmd

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barrassmeats can only suggest an unattentte and unprofitable *h"re 30M

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Baseball Team pk FFort Kob-
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Quinn Fte _u won e
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A'brooks pltel!r, Jon oDeulop
turned In a tlae peboznmaaem
he "went the utaw for till
win. Jonany Wia In trouble m b
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qukly and It looked M1leh1di
Kobe nine might rob him of
his victory. WI a little ber-
g down however John retired
the side without "ny mare dif-
The Fort Kobbe 3rd baseman,
Rafaste Fonseca made a spectas-
ular catch In the third laing to
stop an Albrook threat. He snar-
ed the ball on the fly and re-
ceived a nice hand from the
Russell Stromberg. pitcher for
Kobbe held Albrook to 3 hits In
5 Innings. Albrook suddenly
started hitting and two runs
crossed home plate. David Ban,
relief hurler ceme In to put oat
the fire, but Albrook was not to
be denied. Four more runs scot
ed, so a new pitcher was called
for. Juan Ortlz came IR an re-
tired the side.. Dennis Cassiai
relieved Ortiz In the top of the
sixh inning to stop the rampag-
ing brook team.
The line score for the game
Albrook AFB 002 064-;2
Fort Kobbe 202 003- 7

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MEETING WITH CHURCHILL John Foster Dulles leftt, U. S. Secretary of State, and Harold
tassen, director of the Mutual Security Agency, meet in London with British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill centerr. High British source es reported that Churchill sought a-pledge from
Dulles that there will be no extension of the war in the Far East. Dulles and Stassen are visiting
Western Europe capitals on an Information-gat hearing tour for President Eisenhower.

Dulles, Stassen Reach Belgium,

Promise US Aid To Flood Areas
BRUSSELS. Feb 7 iUPi -one stop left on their tour of ances Europe would cooperate
United States Secretary of S'att seven Western European capi- In trying to build Western de-
John Foster Dulles arrived here tals Luxembourg. fenses.
today for the next to last stop, The Americans fly there to-
on. his European tour to encour- morrow to confer with leaders Und e l io
West Europe to unite in of the little Grand Duchy, a Undersea plosion
a own defense. I then head back to Washington
Dulles, accompanied by Mu-Monday. ed D s m
taul Security Administrator I They will be able to report )6fl D n Smoke
Harold E. Stassen. arrived here to President Eisenhower that
at 10:40 a.m. after a quick all along the line on the nine- AA e a "
flight from Amsterdam, the day tour they received assur- VW t k
Netherlands. S
In a brief statement aftet TOKYO. Feb. 7 (UP)-A vio-
landing at Brussels. Dulles said Balboa Y Issues '.'nt underseas explosion that
"we were deeply hurt at the cent dense smoke billowing more
extent of damage and suffer- New Plea For Old than 600 feet skyward about 200
Ing we saw on out flight" over miles south of here was reported
flooded southwestern Holland. M n n M n last night.
He said the United States will For Men ni ght
do all in its power to aid the Crewmen of the fishing boat
victims of the flood. To meet the steady demand by Seiji Maru told the Marine safety
ships' crews for reading matter Board they were passing near
Dulles and Stassen drove to while at sea, the Balboa "Y" is Myjolnsho Island at 3 p. m Fr
the American embassy here and again asking for used magazines day when they sighted the un-
then to the Belgian foreign of- and paper bound editions of derseas disturbance.
flce to lunch with Premier Jean books suitable for men.
Van Houtte. Foreign Affairs Due to limited transportation The explosions were too vio-
Minister Paul Van Zeeland, facll'ties available. It will be ap- lent to permit the vessel to ap-
Foreign Trade Minister Joseph preciated i these can be brought proach the scene, they said
Meurice and American Ambas- to the "Y". The "Y" will make A similar volcanic eruption In
sador Myron M. Cowen. Dick ups where transportation Is the same area last September
Defense Minister Eugene de needed for large quantities. resulted In emergence of a new
Greef later joined the group Some 7,000 books and maga- island and in destruction of an
and the official talks began. zines were furnished to seamen observation ship and crew sent
.Dulles and Stassen have only by the "Y" last year. to the scene.


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To Spli& Red China,
WASHINGTON, Feb. 7 (UP) meted perjury action against would be "shocked" b ta p by.
Gen. Walter Bedell Smith has him. but he said he thought it w ld r.
testified that a discarded top- aes said at that time that have been "p oductiten it put 1h f
secret cloak-and-dagger plan hqVtan dealt with "an operation to effect His reasons why he sin
which brought diplomat John only. less sensitive than that of thought so were deleted from the aauM
Patton Davies under congress- ato energy." public transcript, the .
lonal fire might have parted It details never have been re-
Russia and Red China, it was veal but It sl said to have in- Smith, amba sdor, to Russia $m
disclosed today. clqdO[ propaganda and psycho- from gIB to 194I testified that that
Smith retiring chief of tohe lou warfare proposals. former QIA chief Rosooe Hillen- cloud
Central Intelligence Agency. al- h- told the seantors they kpetter, was '"unduly shocked" Rathi
so testified he believes the Coin- '--. to t
munists have a "very careful. '. twee
well-laid" plan for placing spies some
In key US. government post., Th
He said he knew of two "de- have
tected" Communists formerly in h htf
the State Department Alger
Hs and the other unnamed.
Se also said that another uni- 15'
deptifled former Communist re-
cently was uncovered In the CIA.
one of the most sensitive gov-
ernment agencies.
*Smith stirred up a fulor dur- .u
ing the presidential campaign by V
saying it must be assumed
are trying to Infiltrate every
government agency lIncludin g-ni
the CIA.
Smith made the statements
before the Senate Forqlen Rela-
tions Committee earlier this
week before It approved his .l
nomination by President Elsen-
hower to be under-secretary of
State. The committee made pub-
lic art of his testdnony after
heavily censoring restricted in-
Smith was questioned closely
by the committee about Davies
and the plan he advanced in
Davies himself testified about
the proposal last year before the '
Senate Internal security sub-
committee which later recom- LOTALTY WITNESS Gen. w w (1li
head of Central IntellAenc' Ag y,
WOleW.-. Smith is testint bef th nato
ROK Police Kill cmmitte on a nomin to be Mf o
1042 Guerrillas CAF Sees Tw *
PUSAN. Korea, Feb. 7 (UP)- ..
South Korean national police
killed 1.042 Communist zuerri- rr
llas and (pturedo 44 in the past laneS, r/ S O f Th d
five months, the Ministry of In- 0 ,-
terior reported today. '
ROK police also confiscated N. 8.. Feb. 7 (UP) tLncate ib ana pd afe...
869 guerrilla- rifles and more C-anaiCaa Air V"Forci e alm a VWa "
than 5,000 rounds of ammuni- odidal arecraft out today i at -t *,
tion. am. hunt for a mtaeing m
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