The Panama American


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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.

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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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VATICAN CITY, Jan. 12 (UP) Pope Pius Xll, m -
ing in solemn secret consistory with his Sacred CoIlo \
of Cardinals, today formally created 24 new Crdi
Princes of the Roman Catholic church from 13 country
ranging* from Communist Poland and Yugoslavia to fea
off India.
The Cardinals of ist Creations, clad in ceremonial
scarlet with capes o lft silk trimmed with ermine, a "
bldk slippers trimmed with red,. began assemblino is
the 17th century hall shortly after 9:00 p.m. led by C" S
dinal Jules %,liege, archbishop of Toulouse, France. '
Precisely at 9:25 a.m. the 76-year-old Pontiff, dess
ed in a wbite robe with red velvet cape embroKdered li
9o ald wearing a white skull cap, descended from t1#
papal apafthnents. *
Behiql him in solemn procession marched pre
and dignrwits of, the papal court, members of th .,
nately dried noble gued aid Swiss guardsmen ca
ing giuaming hoberts of four centuries ago.

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hAdling of traffic started. to-
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uwO the rest a the week. The
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t WAM A Wng o sbaf rows "aW aOp sama dignified
very elect plates who, for
mere were wse for 40 card- zea ndustrious and pr
lola but only were present- work. in pontifical lega
l# omt the al of Rome and or in apeseh entrusted to
l o ror in the Roman curia, have
Notable agong the absentees our full approval and have
ws Cardinal Jose Mindsaenty, tribute greatly toward tl
Iniprisoned plzrkte of Commu- growth of the Christian r
nist Hu The two new card-
inals om r C niMnst countries "And now we finally cou
-Polish S Bt an Wys- complete the number of
zylki and uolav Archbishop bers of the sacred college
Olsiaus Step ne-were also the elevation to the sacred
miting from Rome for the cere- ple of 24 meet distinguished
monies, and the PontMri to note at who, for their high
of their absence In i Latin al- works and their virtues, we
location to the Itiredi( OBee. worthy of such honor and of
As the Pope mounted his ilt a high office. They are..."
throne In the conslatedal hall,
the cardinals arose. removed Here the Pope read the names
their skullcaps and bowed deep- of the 24 new cardinals from *
ly before the spiritual head of hisa based on their seniority a
their church. archbishops.
Placed before the Pontiff was First was an Italian cardibal. '
a small damask covered table on (Coetinued en Page 6. CoL 4)
which were placed a silver bell
and the official documents of the
Now the dramatic ceremonies MoSSadeghi TaW t
b .g .O o ver Difficulties
Xons. Enrico Dante, prefect of .
apostolc ceremonies. stepped up With Iranian Shit o
DA-proclaimed in Latin: *
La omnes." (Exit ye all). "r
S was the order for theIran. Jan. 12 (UP)
muards.the nobleguards, -Premier Mohammed Mook t
ta ecretartes the oadjutors- discued his difficulties
any-oe bq1w ihe ranko card- obtaining rliamentary ap-
il-to the ha o card- proval of a or- e-teuuo .
A silent eon they walk- of his dctateral owrs tn l
ed oit, leaving the Pope and his mthree-hour reference with .
Shalone. h today.
n&5. 'Dante was the last to
] s tly closing the mas- In a dispute over the Issue last
se doers of the consistorial hall week. Hossein Mai one of
e,,a m Mossadegh's chief lIeut
alience of the spaous resigned and Ayatollah
ws broken by the Pope's Kashanl. fanatic religious
"voice, officially opening the of the clamber, threateht f ,
a tory with an ancient Latin do the same. I
r beginning with the word
"a mnus" (here we are. togeth- ;
S i invokig, the a 41 CentsOf Each
ce of t the Holy 'C,.t tr 4 U kEach
O .Ikhabout to be done. US TaX $ Coxmes C o
= the secret con s- .X,
ly major ceremony of the *
h which the Pope person- f .u ( ndi idUOS
out without the aid
r tb WABHINGTON. Jan. 12 (MMXB8)
the "adsumus" prayer PreeMent Truman's budget ft i
tiff delivered a LOW0- fisacal in terms ri6 1,
allocation in Latin I n dolZrU broken down as o15
he emphasized that his 4
of Stenlpac to the sa- roma where It comes -' ..
cred ple was not meant to be i* eg from direst taxes i ,
a pro oatlve act against Yugo- Msab l
Ths Pope also disclosed that
Stepinse-whose elevation Yugo- 4wft rrit.
dlavia use as a "rebut fgr ow 4u
breabloigrelatons wlth'te VaI cus tma t*e
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.THIS is YOUR FORUM THE READERS 'WN COLUMN One midnight back in 1943,
_le Lelepiior..! janglea mn ml
aeii at nome. The voice in-
H r A L. I fLr uoouced iiseli. It was William
r O'Dwyer calling. I asked him ii
Sc I I \noula call him Judge or den-
eiii. You see it was so many
S o r.' Beas oeo:., he became Mayor
the Mad 0ho .i on open forum lto readers of rhe Panama Am- heb Amuaao ecame Mayo.
icon Letters are receed gratefully and are handled in a wholly ct- 1 eit0 ner," he replied, "aJusta
dentl manner plain Bi."
It you contribute a letter don't be impatient t doesn't apple th is, en, s the story o."
sext day. Letters are published m the order received "Just plain bul." But no 'or-
Please try t( keep the letters limited to one *pae length. ainary man, he. He wh s en.
Identify at letter writers is held in strictest confidence. O'Dwyer at that time, and I
This newspaper assumes no responsibility fe statements es opinions was bucking some of my labor
expressed in letters from readers friends who wanted to, and tin-
o lily did, nominate, him in ab-
OPEN LETTER TO THE ROSENBERGS sentia lor District Attorney of
Criatobal, Canal Zone. Brooklyn a
nCrirobal, Canal Zone. We argued for an hour and
To Mr. and Mrs. Rosenberg "just plan Bill'! never talked to
**/0 Mr. and Mrs. John Q. Public me again. But that didn't dim
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg good American names. Names his future. For at that time, Bill
that have enjoyed all the privileges of these United States...I also was talking to such other
oronder what could have caused you to be so unhappy with your fellows as Frankie Costello.
ot that you would choose to jeopardize your country and the free According to the Kefauver
Vorld by your treacherous espionage. reports, Bii even got to the
Was it: point where he could invite
(A) Money.., I find that hard to believe, guests to Frankle's home hith
(B) Fantasy of world peace... over New York City's Central
1. I doubt that you have the intelligence to think Park West in that swank
such a subject through. apartment with that eute lit-
2. If you were that intelligent you would know that tie room which has a cqm-
the ComAunist World, not the Free World, is re- plete bar installed. And who
sponsible for the global turmoil today. could get better installer?
(C' Race discrimination... There is no discrimination, as Wealso find intimates of the
such, against your race in the U.S.A. Judge-General District Attorney
(D) Greed and hunter for power... yes But such a small and Ambassador-to-be wooing
price you will pay your lives. But what a ,horrible other. political forces.
4 price the free world is paying for your greed and lust All this time O'Dwyer knew
Sfor power, more about crime on the water-
I Let us break down the cost of the free world of your infamous front than any combination of
rime: investigators. He'd once been a
(A i Money deckhand on a freighter. He'd
(1) U.S.A. Up to present (Approxim- worked as a longshoreman. He'd
ately ................ .......$150,000,000,000.00 been a cop, pounding a beat in
(2) Britain. France & Free World (Ap- Brooklyn's tough dock section.
proximately' .................... 25,000,000,000.00 He was 'the .D A.- Who knew
all about the 03 murders which
TOTAL. ........... $175,000,000,000.00 incorporated thp Bro0dkyn crowd
(B) Live ,and boss man iAlbert Anastasa.
( l) Coilnat Troops in Korea- U.S.A. As Mayor,. he shifted one of the
Sand Free World ................ Thousands city's best cops, Inapector- Steve
(2) China and North Korea ........Ten of Thousands Kenned, from t wwaw front
S... (3) Civilian men, women and chil- beat (where Kennedy was made
Sdren in Korea, China, Poland, helpless) t6 a Civil Defense post
Czechoslovakia ................. Thousands. More puttering with air raid wardens.
And yet, you and your coniederates would have the world be- And when thing got too hot,
eve that a grave injustice will be done if your lives are taken.. I somebody asked Bronx boss Ed
SIon't. I doubt your Communist Masters would have perpetrated Flynn to we Harry Truman a-
e Korean incident if they had not been in possession of the bout getting O'Dwyer out o the
atomic information you and your cohorts furnished them and country. Harry came through
'. .here would not be the world tension we have today had it not Now we find that Manhat-
Seen for your treacherous act. tan's D. A, Fank Hoan, and
As for your children, when they are old enough to think Bro yn's D. A. M Hgan, e-
Ihrough what you have done, no one will condemn you more than Donald, would very much like
h eOne last thi~r, Mr. 2a"d Mrs. Rosenberg,:hhave you seen pic- Mexicoand tell under oathall
ures of the starving ch;ldrcn in Korea or of the very cold andi he know. But "just plain Bill"
.'e' :,' frightened old people there? Take a good look at them and is fainated by the land
11i;n '- "llI ': 1' % o dic. lo, Mr. end Mrs. Rosenberg, I c Is wh fainths inIe .ort las
L5M find it in miv1 icrt to feel sdtrrv for you. I hope yo eui nmi trwinr tle Ibu=- and he is
'Peace with God. Perhaps, he can forgive you for what you have gonl into the law and public'
'James 0. King. relations business there.
SSJames O King So talk develops In legal
-, ..- circles that William O'Dwyer. as
Answer to Previous Puzzle an attorney and "officer of the
M'le Ne e P court." is morally, if not legally,
.-0 NICknames IoAound to return and contribute
L__w_______ a hat he can to the current In-
j 1RORIZONTAL 62 otti h S estigatons in New York.
ONTAL 62oth 'nese probes actually con-
S ilickname for -hepfold r Sm o A u ern the entire world, because
James VERTICA' r i A a he Port of New York is the
*" 1Nickname for sI TaJoke* ,at.way to the glooe and the
SErnest A -nter of national crime.
o R** obert's 2 Angers SI N Hints have been dropped in
nickname 3 SuccessionA ^ a h* -he august Elir Association that
S2.(efore (prefix) CL it could request O'Dwyer to fly
13 Copducts A Sprite oack to New York or begin to
14 British money 5 Female ruff nola hearings on his fitness to
of account 6 Natiie 27 Grafted (her.41 Nickname frr nolu onto his right to practice
15 Harden 7 Roman date 28 Roman bronze Albert law.
,16 Fctivals B 8Wro m 29 Native of 43 Rank UIisbar is an ugly word, but
S 1' Seine 9 Rib Latvia 44 FloWver Mistner ou'Diyer is L.: key to the
I 1 ormerr 10 Natite metals 30 Anglo-Saxon 45 Nickname for atol he aould tany ores nluder
I. .i"ssi.n ruler II Baseball slale Peter i..ise out ol the ourincl of is
,,2o 3uct (anat.) sticks 31 Erect 46 "Emerald Isle" .omie state.
S2: Promontory 19 Rant 33 Born 47';rit B ut no one stirs. Instead.
2k 3rother of 21 Louse ". 34 Eye (Scot ) 48 .Volfhound Owyer thumoa nm nose at the
Cain (Bib) 23 Exist 37 Crafty 30 Smell .,ate Grin..; Commnis lon tnus
24 i'hree-toed 24 Also 38 Enthusiastic 51 Get up encouraging those 01 his labor
*loth ?5 P erc ith a ardor 52 Apportion supporters involved to similar
2' .ckname for knife 40 Powerful 54 Yale ..a.ugrat.aiting defiance.
Stephen 26 Weary explosie 55 East (Fr.) 'Ine nuLnern letnargy which
28 'Iora ermilts 0 uwyer to oaik om-
3;pro-. s lBU .ortably ih the sun soutnh oat metne
S3:, cq 'e ._. -e,:e. prompts the A'-L's in-
3C-"' .a: ss 1o1 -- crnat Lo nal Lonlunoreii. n's
3 leaders to be arrogant mn-
i87 Observes .ead ol humble. Tn ies leauers
38 'Volcano in l / -and t separate /ie leaaers
Siolcano i A- .rom the Ireqo u-llv teiiorized
Sicilyt rang-ana-tie a RLac k the
'. I ansect crime Commission instead ot
.47 Change .orrking with it.
4- "Empiref6 I These leaders, friends of "just;
State" (ab) .__- lain Bi.," a Ucla ny usa...d the
43 Festive carry rune Commission in t ineir
45 Nuisance newspaper, Ine Loiinkznu... News.
'48 Art (Latin) / j in a iront page neduc i e. tne
9 eNorman's W I osniiai organ of mue union,
3lckname -/ w^iiiifL"n hks over aUU local along
53Age Jt-i i'' l our L:' --, nis jL... arLdC.KMeu
84.Pu..up \ .... > pioOera \...n viiuieSi
M4Pff Expr .,/+ uz uinH I mUiorniers anu Ier-
57 Important 'be nrat.
8dDips with a i i-4denies there Is onrga M gI
8$Hops kiln 1 lerage on the docks. 1St amy-
19 ar0 s kilnc7- I'I where trom flve to Zp..'hs
S onl re required to locate, ebebk out,
*l.etlsh'$c I d and reload sad iteal

Bargain.: 1949 Bulck Super
:4-oor Sedan. with dyna-
flaw, radio. seat covers.
BTve good tires. For sale at
1 th St. Central Ave
Co6n. TeL 80e.

mraieauy giving away.
IMf Baiek 2-deWr Sedan '
with 5 good tires and
leather seat covers. For I
sale at t
11th St. Central Ave.
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mta 'a s f uWe.
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reds of guns, or esrbia Aj
tons of steel, as was the eae
not too long ago. Further-
more, watchmen have testifed
n these grim hearings, that
hey see LaM going on, but smy
nothing for fear of being
beaten to a pulp.
And there are no shakedowns
T kickbacks, says the union
paper. Well, the ILA leaden
ive only a week to *wit.
On Jan. 19. the Crime Comn-
isslon will unloose its atomic
asIts. It will show pilfer ,

Swill call on epgineers who've

Good Loser

By Frederick C. Othman

WASHINGTQN.- Fair is fair and credit's got The Senators' reader did his chore in a flat
to go where credit's due and even tlie'Republi- voice; he read as rapid as he decently..could
cans had to admit that was a fine, docu- and paused not for emphasis but for an oce-
ment on the, State of the Union that president shonal gulp of water. Not too many Senators
Truman sent to Congress. bothered to sit through the reading. This, I think,
He wasn't sore at anybody, except Joe Stalin. was a pity.
He gave his blessings to those Of us who voted .
against him, offered his best wishes to Gen. Ike, About 25 of. them' stayed in the room, some
and urged that we all maintain faith in our fu- straining to catch 6eery word, some whispering
ture 4s Americans. among themselves., andinome utilizing the time
S. 't'' ,tQ lot down deathlest pretw LttheirowS *:'
fti mty wounded like rottamr who'seba, .; And oere wassiemiw U Mwrat r l. th
innefb be Ulittle cortchety lately- It n -eM .SbaM .iuea Ln m '. *.
ed. as he finishes the chore of packing *i ew- The wispy- mussacadtMorie t iinuB
hammer, or Presidential suits, and his wlld-eYW, his foldi o chair. goean-p ealte01 tr.t.i, l h e
or vacation shirts, that, this is beginning again threatened to place in the center aisle if the Re-
to look to him like the best of all possible worlds. publicans refused to let himnt sit with them. They
So he wished Ike, you, me, and every other citi- ignored him; kh sat iaen'ste adeTsSeaateial aast
zen Godspeed. of foam-cushloned red leather.
In all sincerity, I say.the same to him. I hope
he has an elegant time in Independence, Mo., The clers had read about 10,minutes ot Prel .
strolling the streets without a single Spcret Ser- dent Truman's statement and exceptfoer hit tim
vice agent or newspaper reporter digging hbl vast, gold-trimmed chamber was as quMt as Wt
footsteps. night before Chrltmaw. -,
Only thing that pained me a little about his It was then that-Ben. Morse Jumin.ulp au
message was the fact that he chose to let some- demanded orderli ptdact Op the iparf his 0
body else read it. horts. He said he.wanted itohear the President's
I'd have preferred to see Mr. Truman standing message.
there with his eyeglasses gleaming owlishly in The other gentlemen Winked-in surprise. Morse
the spotlights and hear him stumble lIttle over subsided and the clerk droned on... Maybe I
the bigger words and the longer phrsa That shouldn't complain tog abnut. tl latter"
was one thing I always liked about 11kry. He reading ability; he had-lto bit n withotsbena.
couldn't make a speech, or even read loud. better fit of microphone. The senate operates on the
than I could. theory that every Sentot*b*I 6id6*ed by natutf
As it was, Mr. T. sent two copies Of his mes- with his own amplifier.
sage to Congress, which stopped work to listen.
A reading clerk in the House read the 11,000 After about an hour aid a half. the clerk got
words aloud to the Representative,; a Aitto did to Mr. Truman's' JW g hra*:'"To him (Ike,
the same for the Senate. to you, to all my .te I Bayr Gods,
-. chose to hear the Presidential i*gagkas from May God bless, our, en C.,r. ."p
the Senatorial press gallery. This seeith to have Made a fellow f ow,
been a mistake. 'bout the man who out tobe a good loeer.
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The next Rodgers & Hammerstein
is titled -Me and Julle." It is exp
the Minqut Iin dmie. ( Youmese
purchased' your tickets yet?);.. '
,turn" rewarded Its angels with a&C
Have a switch: The VanderbUt 'U
was oonquered by Teey, has been
the thitrr. .It will be tlhei rtbplai
mar's new comedy; "1 cld-=mmet,
Boston beanshooters eneed te
(Lllll Palmer) more than they 4
show, "The Love of 4 Colonels" 1i
on the 15th with a I00,000 advUan
the French charimt _ho de te _at
Room tonight, loo s le 0*e I
tains like .Texas .. W
the bus strike in W Y o _OJl
strike from Washington to_

Our newscast's section: "New tei
Ing About" the other Sunday
"And the Dally Double at TI
day...5 and S or 8 and I...Thi:I
for ror-en-erwho de& t tbhik IS
lag for al that eacitemeWt
numbers failed...No. S in lhe
Leaw tried hbar...It eas"tA -
4th at the tape.. .Mt the
ly every expert (mbe
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arytal *ball.

Sa Tfortopil ei.
5...U kewe"sa. '

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to reach

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ured by
eir now

"'One hundre4d-butk .
"Tne hell with you. i you can bet $100 you
r f ford to lose it."

The other a fi k
of Lac He'aber saw
were ae smee l,-fr. .

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Drew e Pcosn says:' Ne'
honest U.S. as U. 8. attorney pea
piece ; Congressmen, Yd has done mu' toi oo

He ow that corruption begins at
tha the eU. B. attorney's office is the place'e it
originorne, well-ate.
One of the beat men provision of l em
Weuren toyM, III, as U. 1. attorney i., .n.
OhMiey eer couiwel forof the California
CIl. to ~Mrot Warren, and has done much t mae

an Can orr t ion. p of a ceert".h t
roera nty, ori'a, however,d it up rowh, 1 oun w
@$dnto Attorney an Oonest, well-Me
oo out of te r ntt uofn. one of the'
n yeanYago or. Younger or ked for the. tp tt
S.A retpoM Intste t Longakshoremens tt S

b .t r .atef...a rh lc, of santer .ma -
IDao.f r Bies. -. .ores. n k- 1t *-.- -
T _sgahs argarl ident rv was w Ysupposed t m'bei tSil
to 1. HoMver and a lew top 0-men, 3* made -
enu Repablcarbos, and of p of ane Morse of retg, -
am o of ridges' hotel roomsn.- *I :
it wn labelled: the FBI from peel a"en
SHaturoly, Brsidgaes'daociat.e pickedit upt*Younget-WM
booted outof e w Brdge oranlzatlo n. .
The P2,- mortified. pur younger to work -fU ; repo-tt.
( .Oof. : natMs tofts g abolition -.. a t...
w gathers.An t e of aheslot .ator w t
YoWt ,- most ao .lhe Desocrarts ,'
ent, also Were Irvig iv 1 Qfihew York and Im'DSfbWsi
Penna i)a BepubMcans, and Wayne Morse of Oregtoi#-
After considerable discussion it wa# decided that the hkeui
bb partlculjy mel nWhay t tlhyd WpaMaS.

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so y on y~r c~hai~r.'L1 piped -upt o ie Mrof Ore

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lthe d8 .eatsd.

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rLy fom g P orn .oUee neie ta aete un abt oy tose l o as t
or e r ati .P. Geoat at 21i0 for b usinp s and ert A. Taft said today there snan peoples police,. In a
.r r -""t, I andMo *. Lmat 7d: o theocomplete ca on" about who move te step up o eaton of Ber.
I "i n.lan.1t e wmetg will hand out-political lums h lt from the surrdundins Soviet
--f.o er "t ,aren atho~, l "- are rte, The m-up has become so a- A lU ing from East er-
lto l.em r and waon onord a tl a 1 asmall prime (white cute that the senate GOP "big many to the Soviet sector of
nd honored at le for the aL A three Taft and Bos. Wil- Berlin, ast German rea d en
Mr. B. Beabhl .iWe_. on S.tu..dy by Mr. hl e inroceeds from the social willlem F. Klnowland (Calit.) mad told West Berlin police.
this morning the I'Ls m at the Union Cluab gven to the polio fund. g ene R.llikin (Colo.) will(
TFM Qrk Ie' f4 o ma it a big psue later today Roads running from East Ger-
Sa t 11 br Therma et in conferences with* President Imanyl intom the western sectors of
.tournamentwllbeplayed What they want is senhow- blocked ith three exceptions

Ca who ls Wood- 'r ofthe el Ti will bh ollowethsenators a campaign last summer.
-Von Soile- Jobs to be assigned in their stat West Berliners have een bar-
& almemspent be oflekrs tef F or about inginga persons from red from entering Soviet Zone
S. Mrs Thela N. Bitkertoff their home state into federal territory without hard-to-get
Sl for' h C.UrA eights H res ned jobe here and elsewhere. Communist ormits since last
Mr X ar:i.. ,berenna Morritr syntIy: fromt a vis t in New Knowland so chairman of the J.une lIt, but W st Germans have
ti m n g ba. S .at Ms. nwioth her daughar, Mrs. Benate P olicy Com ilttee and so far had comparatively easy
I fiuh -t tir ._ wtg an% s a Mil, t al hisn ch*lmaf ol the aess to East and Wet Berlin.-
01 .41McgwWi Sjatal Rep~bboazBernf polled ,Mld Eas Ge"-
., -a1 l ,.. p- Communistpeples poli e" w
S^ -MrPB p wen Elinhower setting up road blocks in, streets
Sa -. t' Who is the for- Democtat Martin P. running from .the. East Berlin
S ^oley Jill0 P MlT Jeane Uetaff, at- wDu of Chicago, a labor lead- borough of Mabaldore Into the
Fm ones 1ibpea hy I Balboa Blih hool and et, as secretary of labor a field Soviet Zone.
arta t the a nlit onortda where in wrJas Tratt maintains a large
'^; :er fir ro at ', he wag fa~ the rlorda interet. The East Germans said peoples
Cab.... net and sub-abnet ob police told them similar road
J ib Mr.. a g t of are noat lpsue now aloounh blocks would be set up along theta .
t. l th of o -He senators like to be consultedon entire border between ast Bere-
1F1 t atfudeSl of Po bs too -b g but multiple thou- ln and East Germany.
Soe C .lIld tLad Fleet of te Univeraty at ler Jobs, on which Observers believe the new
nerr the Hoft-Ptl, n.Fame, and noW t friendships and power Communist step Was designed to
f ..,jRetsit.e ediyto'l sMLtaiff of Nw o at out to Bisen- controls o; ast Germans travel-
ho -W ,', rVU ."ft Ar. scramble ing to West Berlin.
So m~in ft pons Oe fbe pla t A constantly wing flow of
S....n e-anr, owthminc rediba la- East German re arrives in-
In thefor- atS DS55 by h ormer Wti?=BerlomEn daily CoIn-
tus M alit t3S rOld aOW a nui who is geing waT last DeceaBais when nearn
as, y LtBon o 'sr nao reeonm,-edatlons, 16,000 East Germans sought a'y-
M' e : for t. lu ma in the western lect4
Ra.inbow.w.graduatNofas Ba ears ate les w ap tments before cs ..
INSua01tMeoofsertices have been -Wobtuiethl-nat dEad stfGerany.
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Without Awaitihg Word From Ik-_.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 12 (UP) budget will be balanced, but he begin a review of the bw:
lep. John Taber said today pdcd the OOP will find itI long before these suiai
economy-bent House Ap-dfficult to cut Mr, Truman's are received.
priat.ons Committee will spending figure. He noted that Taber intimated that th isl f
i Wte Ayewg .Fresident Tru- per cent of it is earmarked gest reductions mny come la
'a $, ,600,0,000 budget for military or defense-connect- Truman's request for expe ..
bout w ating for suggestions ed projects. tures of $46.00.000,000 for
m, the new Elsenhower ad- Sen. Frank Carlson (R-Kan.)1 Defense establishment and
ntsration. also said he believes the new 600,000,000 for foreign aid.
Ie said Informal hearings will Congress will balance the bud- The President aked for i $I.I
ign immediately-after the in- get, reduce the national debt, 600.000,000 spend in fbnM .
duration, Jan. 20. but he em- permit the excess profits tax to 1954 and $72.900,000,000 in neW
tasled that no bills will be expire June 30 and advance the appropriations.
awn until after Presicent-! date for an 11 per cent personal
et Eisenhower and his aides Income tax reduction. Revenues for the year are
ve had their say. pected to be about SO69=.O009D
Queationed on NBC's "Youth 000 so Congress would.have to
The New York Republican said Wants to Know" television show, cut spending bv nearly $10r, .
already has rioted "holes" n he said Oongress can and will 000,000 to balance the bud
. Truman's budget for the 12 make "substantial" cuts in Mr. Meanwhile, the Counc f
nths beginning next July I Truman's budget, particularly State Claimbers of Co
t might lead to cuts of as in military and foreign aid said appropriations cuts will
ch as $15,000,000,000. items. be enough to balance the
en. Styles Bridges (R-N.H.), But he said Republicans will get. It suggested that Congrn
o will head the Senate Ap- not endanger the nation's safety repeal laws which continue ez-
'plations Committee. predict- by cutting defense spending sting spending programs.
on the National Broadcasting needlessly.
's Ame ican Forum of the esly.
that the Republicans will Budget Director designate
ance the budget, and stop Joseph M. Dodge has said that 1951 "PMG" 2-door Convr-
ekless spending.' the new administration will not tible. very good conditlim.
ut he said it would be a begin viginv Congress sugges- I Easy payments for sale at
.rrific" tsak because of the, tons for changes -U the Truman SMOOT Y HUNNIKUTT. LA.
rb we inherited from the budget until April. Then, he 1
human administration. j added, they will Ito sent to the lth st. Central A.
Sen. Estes Kefauver (D- House and Eenate piecemeal. Col6n. Tel. ....
nn.) said he also hopes the Taber said the committee will





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For Data On Czech

Hanged Aboard Ship

Written for NEA Service choslovakia has asked Italy for
a full report on the death of
Ladislav Bronzek, a 44-year-old.
NORTH (D) 29 Czech of Montevideo found hang-
6 J 7 5 2 led to death in his stateroom last
9 Q 9 8 2 month on the Italian liner Glulio
Q4 Cesare just before it docked at
4AQ5 Genoa.
VEST EASTA CTK news agency dispatch
SfEAST from Prague monitored here last;
4 K 10 6 A 98 night recounted Bronzek's death
9104 4 9 J6 and added:
SJ.10 7 8 53 2 "His death is said to have been
J 9 8 7 4 K 10 6 4 due to suicide, of which there is
SOUTH some doubt.
6 Q 4 3 "Ladlslav Brozek, who was a
V A K 7 5 3 good citizen of peoples Czecho-
A K 6 slovakia, was returning home in
S3 2 good spirits at his own request
Both sides vul. and from a recent letter it seems
North East South West that he was happily looking for-
Pass Pass 1 9 Pass ward to reunion with his fam-
3 9 Pass 4 9 Pass ily.
Pass Pass The dispatch said Italian au-
Opnening lead-* T thorities had replied "evasively"
Opening lead- J to questions of Czechoslovak
*" authorities about his death.
"The Czech ministry of for-
Just in case you're not familiar eign affairs has requested the
with the point-count, here it is:! legation in Rome to ask Italian
count 4 points for each ace in authorities for the details and
your hand: 3 for each kinrr: 2 for circumstances of the death and
eech queen; 1 for each jack. a full report," the dispatch said.
There are 10 points in each Reports in Italy at the time
suit. and 40 points in the entire said that Brozek was concerned
deck. Y'ou and your partner usu- over the fact that two Russians
ally nerd 26 points for a small travelling on diplomatic pass-
alrm: 37 for a grand slam. poris were aboard the ship.
North' lump raise to three Italian press reports from;
heart in today's hsnd would or- Montevideo identified him as a
dWncrily show. about 13 to 16 technician of the Skoda Works of
points with strong four-card Pilzen who had been working in
support for hearts. In this case. Uruguay since 1949. They said
torth has passed originally and he had a discussion with his pol-,
ls not likely to have as many as itical boss there shortly before;
14 npints for thpt reason, returning home about the mass
Tlhe N o r th b"nd r-tiially trials in Prague in which Rudolf
co--'.s i'r to 13 points. 11 in nor- Slansky and other communist
ml1 hi-h cards, 1 extra for the leaders were convicted of trea-
Squen 'of hearts, and 1 for the son.
4d-btleton. He left a note to his wife,
Po,*h should not con-irer a which Italian police refused to'
a)'tn in view of North's ori-innl make public, but it was said to
-."'. South hos 16 po rtq in hiqh have mentioned the Russians
er-is, 1 point for the fifth Ibert, aboard the ship.
IW4 1 point for the douhleton.
With only 18 Points of his nwn, ip In
uth, woild need If, nolnts from Cabinet Chips in I
J4 ri.rt'r: rd f s Is mosts 1 n- T *;o T.
kelv 'Once North has passed To Give Truman
.rIoith'Is histified in mbdiin-\'leI-Used Chair
t" ;iPrd P'r" rvpfptivl' 'tnce it
Pkeq erefMl plavto m-ke even, WASHINGTON. Jarf. 12 (UP)
'ten tril'- -Pt hearts. M"st play- The cabinet today gave Pres-
ran wvould wi 1~ p losing a club dent Truman the chair that he
'-4 three snades. Irses a* their meetings in the
S1'r,.pl-" world he nuite "nor- White House.
;l" Decl-rpr would win the' The cabinet members chipped
'S..t tril'r wlt+h d um,'s oee" in to pay the $150 cost oa the
of4f -rmo-,s. r-w two rnmnQ of ch ,r and an annropriately in-
tlmnq P ti 17P+-' r+ ,,fin- cried brass plate.
"q Th club wou e it sfelv-g.
V th a diamond or a cirh. .oanth
"Tl0 ewntrptv l t. from dummy, and take thre
0t-e Ohades b-m-W irflr wWId eclubK: A club trick is then con^1
+-ve to -le three spade tricks, cedel to the enemy. whereupon!
RTr- a'ine-trlck set. no defense can hurt declarer.
i"th ean sprelv mpke his After East takes his king of!
r- *rt b he srnh, i' doesn't t-k- clubs, he has no safe return. It
r"i eb r flre-!'he rrp enr-t iYv he leads back a diamond or a
i- to W" th' fit"-t t -rvt- th he club. declarer gets a ruff and a
a *o- o' rii-'e-d dr-"" two discard: and if East lends back a
V rr"nwef., nf t-ivi ea-h th *on s prie. declarer can lose only two
- dipmands to discard a low club spades.

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3annuag *ee b oows iab officials were in- HOLLYWOOD (NEA) Ex- Cars Wiianas with open arms. publicity. Haiy married
Sclusively Yours: Ida Lupino and She s Junior's bride. Eleanor Ford a
e a sheriff Thoms Joan taine co-starring in a with soe scoring
lHt ito t h atnew plet9 re? Robert Young's medics are to the preu that n
ao-te 10ii l whash were an- Yeop, Ida thinks so much of the warning him that his voice will page headline and
be e becamee violently glamor queen her ex-husband, take no -further strain the fan mail Conratulatinl
r co Cung,arredthatshereason for Young pulling out of not ending himself to c
i .. ..But bed I /wants to emote with ber in a the read company of "Country fakery.
S uib t a bed sheet ow plture to be made In Lon- 01l" In aid-January.
&b. W841Uted While don. The Plot: two women who
l a W ho traces hate eaeh other and the efforts FEEL A DRAFT?
Star arsenic, ur old of one to murder the other. If there's a bit f chill when Sihr areeng ve
S, 'km lat 70o pm beenS "retired." cast her preu mt mate. Howard by, Fedde Karer, meet Marlyn e om
b.. wat :1 P ,, ar Mrs. to1 rtInvestiga- Duff, n e ft an hefirst husband, Monroe In publ, t's because La spring to co-star with Dick
Sf. pll-l tor that cream was In Louis Hayward, in the picture Monroe had Freddie In a spin Theromise." But there's o
014 ,but wil a Wb V th a a moth a- the cu7 wbo the maid poured too. a n e n Freddie in a spin r e t he
S. o W 1 M oured too Also Joan's es-husbandr years and years ago. promise
W I ae Ut iI LorI *h' the' cor e. Iar. Morris watched Brian Aherne leave Europe.
Sa 0 h P00 t 14iB6 inFormer Miss America Claire Frank pinatra's latest recor A-
mu 6 l fo-nosp for tab F mOi#fstf Colette Marchand, the sensa- James' name is back in the stu-
IlO yM fot i14 l local. Ooh- The abenee of arsenic in the tion of 'Moulln Rouge" as Marie dio casting office files now that Dont
aeSrfo G, sent for him coffee g~iom W and Its presence Charlet, will wed c o m power she's no longer the wife of Dr.Now That kid It too
_n_ _m_' "I '". Toma 1 ithe shoed that Jacques Bazire, who conducted Peter Hoffman. Playing a fea- late. i'_ spel it tweat It coffe e be- th orchestra for the picture, in turned role in 'Run For the Hills,'
tod "'s ar to spell hetw n I left the pot Paris. The date, according to gorgeous Claire explained:
at ort for, s the (drank It, if Colette, is "w'en we will be to- 'm not career-conscious at 2 IC
.. sle in the gezzer een same place for a li'l all. But I have to work to sup-
V ed his a nd a time." port myself."
d M MhTo ng start- 5 Claire and Dr. Hoffman, now
SS.. ..l tret- s Mrs. I Morris The Humphrey Bogarts bat- in the Army at Ft. Pickett, Va.,

Sf- f ,.' Inarug rU au, yesterday Dpo hy .tlUl. .. to t a private lores Costllo, John Barrymore, started a big Hollywood war over
Sthe trOu tled over the holidays with shared headlines in a hot pa-

Pm orre om hsder o At ilman, Jeff cd hn. Morris ba "affr and he had spent $50,000 Jr's. mother. are not accepting who will be first on the screen
a sa, hb fro or.- Chr Breleh, Jr., NeneO w e her from being pi- on private d e tective s who with an atomic sub. Three films,
0 0rotables, e lE t an, Patsy Plorg a eerdtfoundanothtin "High Voltage," "Atom Subma-
.h i w.rdark and Roa!e Bler rant retuaed to say whether ine," and "Project X," will bat-
Plkl/tho- cr arsenic in the cof-
Sandth i uar stlnde itwarni efnls lounos hadrchanei dthe te It out.
V Sir band.r but few words, I Panoy hornfroahd e e
It M r haE t w o W a &W tuk of heis inopS a on e *o The' erese" that preceof Hdegarde
a e '.l d t w~e" w .he is opmt: that : e Neff i n Europe is the reason for
a5ft, hoa Medania F Tr 411: 4 solve -the case soon. the new lock of rumors about a
aNl.1- inl u e To P-o --- IA:t45 I 4:40 6:55 rift between Gregory and Greta
S. o t ,odcc Dis TDAY 9:10 p.m. Peck-and that's all we have to
X. r Sylv0* Durbi1W o Dies say on the subject. How that
...- .e0od ,,0-
'n ll Man __ ." Despite Efforts 1 AlfIMIrin Hildegarde gets around!
S ,I u 3.. ed r CJ2up) Despitef forts b s
rawi nOat o 91m1teAd ,p Mo efetin~- u Bird Lovers h hosrokletIFISTS SHUT 'EM UP th hI
Star will.helA6 ''of61O ,O *,oiWabook MWugoldItha to Richard Aller., or Fox's young-
as T. ife WMilarrt1d setar wiwtema.woon.o apublkahl h. o 3o bl lleading-men bdept., and Billy o.
No a 1t T( b i moondloner ofd tobirdI grapher, aren't speaking. A fsti-
amZ1 .Utit Ofovth are. n jd a plane rTe ide del eduth
good.lain-m n det, n h0I a pYl ane rid u .eS ot I W.cuffs match that was hushed up
fo".u a$.,m .en-will e olr#ed L" flpe today= to help a helpless is he ron. h14
me oze near Syracuse. Y. John Wayne may ve to
-' z The. stricken bird died today
P r about two ho s after "1U arrIvalad lne Co in their first The
e nuie ne&he leftf6r as --.,, 10 0 4bliher Mddn him to re- faere o Syracuse by air ex- amo geneCantir ir theI
f ^. b t" of ups toF yu M. FredV v tNnewsvmanusipt because l M been making the ."Show of eby fork Oad spoon La
a t, men? your d faner said shle had A Shows" look like the TuesdayS
ew is 'Th new manuseaie s will o do t&t t was o fl tebackstage bickering, and pro- P f e f a
Th.Ig ire ." the War oodo until It was able to but duer Max Liean mkeNo.
Sf is m tink10 I in the feud. There's even talk of
CW 1 h a few 7 P O, brop" C C'Odpti or She sa the bird was sent to sepating the comedy team as
ha Ia rt' ,D.Kb a stars of tbeh own show.
Soft" anUo nh- ber by Dr. e eajamin Burtt or
I'1"a Glenn Ford had Mexico's pres-
l- ue Univer sity who found Dse dr Store
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s I r ?trai = v se. nea frolen Thursday nightA. Ahd S acres i 13
Sotelf ex the3uMMtua friend ested he lava's attempts to whip 13 Cil AVe. 137
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FOR SALE:-Servel refrigerator 25 FOR SALE:-1948 Chrysler, 4-door
cycles, 7 ft. $125. Perfect con- Sedan Windsor Highlander. Origin-
diticn' Miroflores (Trans Isthmianl ol owner, good condition .and good
Highway). No. 139. No English rubber all around. Radio & heater
spoken. $1.185.00. Call Coco Solo 417.
FOR SALE:-Easy washing maochne. FOR SALE:-Letter of Credit, $,-
Excelleit condition. B.80.00. Via 800.00 on new Oldsmobile. Will
Espona. House Villa Carolyn. Apt sacrifice Write Box 5035 Cristo-
1 (3 houses befcr Race 'Track.) boal, C. Z.______
FOR ALE:-One t c. f.Frigidaire, FOR SALE:-1950 Pontiac Sedan &
two door, wi'h 2 6. c.f. Deep 1950 Hudson Coupe for sale. Both
Freezeo '"60 cycles) -- I Four cars in good condition. Call Balboa
Burner Gas Stove 1 Hot Water 4473.
Heater Porch Furniture Mis- FOR SALE: 1935 Ford Coupe
celloanous Household items, all in equipped Mercury engine. 1951
A-1 condition. Co:l apartment No shocks 2 gas tanks, $200. Tele-
3, Altamira Apartm.ents, 10 Vio phone Balboa 4475.
Argentina, El Congrejo. --ci-S c-i~_"7--'-
SA.e L -e e.. e----f- FOR SALE:-For best offer. Repos-
FOR SALE:-Generol Electric Refri- sed 1947 Studebaker Champion
geartor, 6 cu ft. 60 cycle. Almost Regal De Luxe 4-door sedan. New
new. Price $195.00 3 years guar- motor. Autoac, 15th & Melendez,
Antee Tel. 3-1216, Panama. Colon.
FOR SALE:-Round mahogany cof- FOR SALE:-To highest bidder 1949
fee table, folding screen. Treadle Ford 6 cylinder Tudor. Repossed.
type Singer sewing machine. 604- Must sell. Autoac, 15th & Melen-
B, Cascodas Road. Ancon, Balboa dez, Colon.
244. FOR SALE:-1951 Ford V-8, excel-
FOR SALE:-Westinghouse refr!-;er- lent condition. $500 down. Coco
ator, 9 ft. porcelain inside end o-it- Solo 8413 for information.
side, $150.00 cash. FOR SALE:-50 Pontiac De Luxe 2
3032, Balboa. Dr. Sedan, Hydramat;c, radio, 2
FOR SALE:-25-cycle Westinghouse tone green, nlaon covers, under.
radio, phonograph (floor mode') coated. Very clean, can be finan-
walnut mahogany cnd refr~ger- ced. Leaving Zone. Quick sale, let's
ctor. All porcelain. Both very rea- talk it over. Phone 83-5158, cash
soncb:e. Call Br'boo 2181 or $1,450.00.
hou:e 5577-A, Diobo Hgts. --.-- -
_oue 55 -A, Dibo ------gts. -FCR SALE:-Equ;ty 1946 Chrysler
-3elr J ntef t N3 ,.vY order GEFC, financed. See
Hei^ W nt at 2115-D, Curundu.
WVANTED Maid with recom- FCR SALE:-1952 4 Door Ford V-
mendclions to apply for w or Ik 8. Like new. Call Ft. Kobbe 3276,
at Fort Clayton Maid's Agency, 7 a. m. 4 p. m
every Friday 8 a. m. FOR SALE :-Dodpg truck side sweater
194', cxce!lent ccndit:on, $Z10.
WAN j I t Apply Mr. Brady, Roosevelt Hotel.
e't ",f P J.i SALE
WANTED--Two or three bedroom
house or aparilrint, unfurn,.hn:d __ | Estt
e!ephane 3-984 _____ FOR SLLE House. 2-bedrooms,
WANTEU TO BU Used i.rer,. rorch, livingrocm, 6.000 sq. mts.
smooth. Suitable for re' Ic-id.' on Tran.itlh-nian Highway.
Reconstructora N.:icnol S. A. No 20 m.nrtes from Panama. Write
',7, Peru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406 Box 1617. FPaama
Pnama __.. FCR RENT--Or For Sale a house
WANTED:-Large parrot's cage in in the country. A complete para-
.good Call Balboa l141. di:e sit.atel in BLUE MOUNTAIN
.. .....-- '1-h e,.-ry kind of comforts: Elec-
WANTED-Sewing roachine, in goo ..tric light at com.s Elec-
cocnd:ti.n Tel. 2- 2 T. 3 5e39an. d swimming
-. .po. o. Tel. 3-3539. 2 to 6 p. m.
VW ANTED:-- Large ,jn.Lrnu h .d hour- O -
r arrren D:-L r America n n 'hd h FOR SALE:-Two 12i houses with-t
or aporlrrent cr American lmly. intermeiary. 1 'th. Street.
per,..a .nl:y in rc.-a .) Wil. p Pat11.,. Tel. 3-3539. 2 to 53 p m.
year rent in Acan:e. Call 2-2i,- .1. "- 53 2 "/
curing c'.ice hors.. .C S/ LE -Iceal house for retired
--rea-. e Two stones, best Bella Vis-=
V!r.'C1 0 Vosition ia ::.icn. uP:tars 3 bedrooms, 31
.. b.;l rooms of Cali onia red wood.,
Experien-21 secretary stenogra-her. unu:uclly ree frcm dampness."
caQo;o: of hand rg co .e-:ond:nce Two rccncrEte oportments down-
on cwv.i, ccsires e-.p'oy- ss. Prices rent. 48th St. No.
mcnr. r. orn:ngz. 8 tc 12. 5 days 3
we'lIy. G-,od l'no of Srcn-l B/.rGAIN; Bett chance Houses &
ish. Will acce-t lemcorar, oark lo;s for scle anywhere of the city.
Bcx 1132. Ancnr, C. Z telephone Just cell us at 3-1069.
SCc-,trcl Avenue 259. Phone 3-
ewspeper Claims ,10L9 Compicte Real Estate Ser-
Newsp. er on Claims c.s.,, sell.-r-,o-.goges, insur-
.5% Of Egyptians once etc-
Poed For Republic 'neral e'i ces
CAIRO. Jan. 12 (UP) More! "- .
than 95 per cent of a quarter of or Hlubedr Ford
a million Egyptians Dolled on the I
constitutional issue favored m k-
Ing Egypt a republic. an Inde-,0w l1 M
pendent newspaper reported to-1 1f rro A 1 P.M.
da. Funeral services over the re-



Do Pm 0w e 0 Mkin 'pe16h0 *bilhpa*. Ocmanside cottages, Septo
Write Aklcoelle Amoemyes. Sep Clara. a x 435. Balboa. Phune
.2031 Ances C. Z Panama 3.1877,. Cristobol 3-1673.

DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinic.
Central Ave. K Street corner Pan-
ama. Phone 2-3479.

FOR SALE: By competitive bid:
Cobbler equipment. For further in-
formation call at Navy Exchange
Office, building No. 24, Naval
Station, Rodman. Telephone -

FOR SALE: Gentlemen's platinum
top 105 point diamond ring.
Worth $650.00. Will sell very rea-
sonable for cash or will consider
automobile as full or part pay-
ment. *Call Colon 678-L until 9
p. m. daily.
FOR SALE: PIANO "Acrosonic
Baldwin" 3 months use. Leaving
country. Tel. 3-3539, 8 a. m. to
4 p. m
Sealed bids, in triplicate, will be re-*
ceived in the office of the En-
gineering and Construction Direct-
or, Ponoma Canal Compony, Bal-
boa Heights, Canal Zone, until
10:00 a. m., January 27, 1953,
and then publicly opened, for fur-
nishing all plant, tools, equipment,
labor, services, and materials, ex-
cept certain materials furnished by
the Government, and for perform-
ing all work for construction of
Sewage Pump Statfon at Marga-
rita, Canal Zone. Forms of pro-
posals, specifications, and full
particulars rhay be obtained from
the office of the Contract and
Inspection Division, Room 336,
Balboa Heights (Telephone 2-
3739 or 2-2698). Specifications
and drawings will be issued on o
deposit of $20.00 per set. Deposit
will be forfeited if specifications
and drawings are not returned
within 40 calendar days after
opening of bids.

Reds Close Down

3 More West Berln

Border Crossings
BERLIN. Jan. 12 (UP)-The
Communistr yesterday closed
three of the last 12 border
crossings between West Berlin
and the Soviet zone, increas-
ing the isolation of this west-
ern Island 110 miles behind the
Iron Curtain.
Red police shut down one
check-point on the border of
the U. 8. sector and the Soviet
zone and two on the border
of the French sector and So-
viet zone.
Communist police started
blocking roads between the So-
viet zone and the Soviet sector
of Berlin Saturday.
Western officials sa id the
new move.- might mean the
Reds were setting out to seal
eff completely the border a-
round Berlin for Germans, and
to extend to Berlin e 1 10o-
called "zone of death" esta-
blished last summer along the
border between East and West
The eastern side of the East-
West uerman border has been
cleared of all residents, 4nd

mains or the late Hubert Ford liorder guards have orders to
The weekly Rosel Youssef re- have been scheduled for tomor- shoot to kill anyone entering
ported that 215.205-or 95 and row at 1 p.m. at the Corozal the forbidden area.
one-half percent-of 225.855 Chapel. Interment will follow In
polled In the last three months the Corozpl Cemetery. Some quarters saw thp new
wanted a republic. Supporters of Mr. Ford. 63. died early Sun- Communist moves as n1e601W
the monarchy numbered only day morning In Gorgas Hospital. In part to cut down a -r*lle
1O9,50. He had been ll! for seven months. flow of East Germatn
He is survived bv his wife Mrs. to West Berlin. Almast
The newspaper said that the lbertha Ford: an uncle, Dam T. Soviet sone residents sought a-
*Illonaire industrialist AhmedlGrimes: a sister, Mrs. Louella sylum in the Western setoers
Abhlud and former ministers Shepherd In New York. and sev- last month.
Taha Hussein and Mohammred eral nieces and nephews.
. JUA Allouba were amon' prom- The number of refuges wasN
bent people who declared for a Dr. Hopper Sees xeted to ase a reo
b t. of tightened polee.cai
C-b\A ..:__ Iln ast Germany and m a-
SCold W r Lasting tons of a aseable
7 Years Or More 'sj wahte m

Attentionh3 been alle toerite
the fact that Dr. Bruce D. Hop-on Pthcohfhb
er. visitln- Harvard professor, dered an East Berliner tO
In his conch'dln address at the ,'house books," andM th s.
'|l L Natloni] Unlver.sltv Pridaeve- German Libera DnI a
ning stated. "There will beno German Liberal
significant change in the pres- announcedthee
ent East-West struggle this side "subversive" officials.
of 1960. and we may expect a long :
continuance of the cold war (not .-:
HERCULES war: not peace). with continu-
os hotllities in the Buffer Zone,

TRUNK & BAG MF. Mrehesof E'roe from the Fa
REPIRS A INITI of Rome to the Fall of Constan-
REPAIRS INITIALS tInoDle (1000 vears."1
KEYS Dr. Hopper departed early ye.
KEYS terdav fnr Harvard after a -
For your vacation visit Idav visit with his laeg time
our Show Room at friend. United States AmbasMe-
r'doa to Panama John C. Wiley,
SAutomobile Row No. 28 durln, which he presented a e.-
TeL 2-1,069. les of lectures in Panama and

Gromlich Santa Clara beach-.
cottages. Electric ice boxes, ga ae
stoves, moderate rates, Telephon*
6-441 Gomboa. 4-567 Pedro Mi.

Williams' Santa Clara Beach* -t-
toges. 2 bedroomsn refrigeration.
Rockgos rangers Balbp 2-3050.
Except week-ends


two end five room. fumished and
unfurmished apartments; private en-
closed gardens. 8061. 10*h Street
New Cristobal: Telephone Colon

FOR RENT:.-2 bedroom apartment,
livingroom, diningroom, bathroom,
maid's room, garage. Justo Art-
,emena Avenue 73-A. For Infor-
mation apply No. 26 East, 37th
Street, upstairs.


FOR RENT: Furnished room. Via
Espaoia. House Villa Carolyn Apt.
1 (3 houses before -Race Track-.
FOR RENT:-Furnished room, kitch-
en privilege. No. 34, 45th St.
Telephone 3-4625. Ponoma.

Boat '& Motor*
Johnson outboard. Desire 5 H.P. or
7 HP. motor in trade. 604-B, Cas-
codas Road, Ancon, Balboa 2444.

and 1 H. P. 25 Cycle mor-
tors for cash or 60 Cycle motors.
Leroi gas engine 2 cylinder, 31 to
71 H.P. Industrial. Phone C. Z. 2-
3147 after 5:30 p. m Jorgensen.

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We pack and orate or move
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elect. Mioni. Celso onstanU R **** --'- N
titular archbishop of Teqdoteo- BAL9FT. M. C*
11 of Arcadia. and secretary of
e Sacred Congregation for the Father, the Son and the *Holy
Propagation of the Faith, who Ghost. Amen."
thus became the first "creature" The solemn "Amein" was bru-
of this conalstory, nounced b the Pontiff at 9:47 .
a.m. and It was at this recisa
Second was Mons. Augusto Al- moment that 24 new cardinals of
varo da Silva, 61, archbihbop of the Roman Catholic church came
San Salvador of Bahia, Brazil. Into being I
Eighth. following five Italian Ater a moment's pause, tl1
designates, was Mons. Feltin. 69. Pope reached out for the sil4W I
archbishop of Paris. bellon the table before him WOP
Tenth was Mons., Carlos Maria tang. Mons. Dante and etbr
de la Torre. 80. archbishop of members of the Papal Court re-
Quito, first Ecu dorian prelate toured and were Informed of the
ever raised to thie sacred purple. de on taken' by the consltoiry.
Eleventh was Yugoslav.Arch- Mons. Dante went to the anteW-
bishop Stepinrac, 54C. amber and Instructed three
Twelfth was Mona. Georgesu ;ons of ppaal couriers to fUnd
Orente, 80, archbishop of I I n w cardlnals-17 of whom.
Mans. France. o Io awaltlni the news at varP
Fourteenth was Mona. John ous churches and colleges Id
Dalton. 70. archbishop of A Rom-.and deliver to them there
magh, Ireland. .ffiWlal "bigUetto de nominh
Fifteenth was Menz. lMamS (tcuts of notification).
FrancisMclntyre,66. ar ISao e three New South Amert.
Of Los Angeles. -A bn-ardlnala-Luque, de la Tor*'
of Los Angeles. s Omt .Bd da S -va-received theirs
prelate from the Western statw. rn the Pl-cat thei
to become a cardinaL College at the same moment
Seventeenth was Arch a-10:o0 a.m.
8tepinac's fellow-absentee. -oo m tha m presentation ,
8'efgWy^ szs n h three wIhdent ias noUfleatons, o
o Wahteenth d Gfas o. oft which was read aloud
tmino de Arnibsa y e C rtendant. the archbishop
archbishop of Tarragoma. pa. de la Tore. aral a sa
Nineteenth was Mon m. for imelf and e ard -
do Quiroga v Palaclo are crisanto Luq afor
bishop of Santiago de Cop adil
Twentieth wasa M s. Paul sal'vadorlL o
Leger, 48, archbhunop of teat of ad ldo a Tr-
treal. Wmeag is as foows:
Twenty-first was Mon. th ane of em-ost
anto Lunqe, 63. archbihop o on m
mota, fi Colombian odial fr. .I ViSthank.....

Twenty-second was Mons. V
erlano 0 aclaj 52. archb
Bombay and ti t Indianad
In the history of the church. '
Twenty-third was Mona. jo
Wendel. archbishop of M
and aMoGerma y.
Last onboe n ut-bicau-jgw
ws neither archlb p aor
aa assmesor oft
Congregation of the V
hdly office, ... ..
After reading the Hit. the
looked up at hibs old card
and asked
"Quid vobis vdetur?" (
Is your opinion?")
Oollectively, the e ar dina
stood, removed their ekul
oad Mronouncd: .'plet." -.
pleases A).
*r T &M astmpeaklt
ttac~i.jU1a( chu^rtt
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us nato
Inal c

1m xn with ex-
a S
tWe Boly Roman
)Mm dePbbo=r
retribult r mlr
w"tb the psalm-
Ivei = r itlory
Stian detnme"
of falth.
lehazre. with all
..we confess that

Whsem 100.000 PeeoI Mee

Monday, Jan. U
S*30-usc ore Monday

4:30-Wharat's. Tou o rte,
5:1-lEnlglh on the r (Ae -
5:20-Whabt? Your Favor it e

5:5--Whath Your Favorite
60o-Flrstone Hour
646-jAwell Tboma ..
I: a-- ke It Pfam Henw IVO

9:1"5- o Science
9:30- house Favorites
10:00- .9 World at Your Win-'
11:00- Owl's Nest
Togay, Jan. 13

6-00-Sl1f On Alarm Clock
7-30-Monin R alon
8:l15-Momtnc VarieUs
8 30-M.. Msakera
d: 45-Hawaan Harmonies
9 :15-.Sacred oeat Program
9:30-A I See It
10:05-Off the Record
11:05-Oftt he tecoid (Contd)
11:30-Meet the Band
'2!05-Luanceon Muda
2-:30-PopulI Music
PM "
v lo-Peimrao~ty Parade
S:45-Ltm 8and Abnwr
2:00-A Ca-flrom LeW Paul
2 1.--te olow Dandn
2'=-Sftrt of the ,'VMll
2 -45-Battle of the Bands
j:00--.11 Star Concert Hall
1:15-Th. Little Show
3:30--Muldc tor Tualda -
4:16-Skuth of UwBOrder
4:0-What's YoNr IFTvorlto
: se-News -
5*16.-What TYour Pavorlte
e:45-LowehTh ms
,7:0Cm Is l Bmi'.

':l15- e .dalabow
8i30-Franloe Masten- ntear-
8:45-UP. Conomentary
9:00-Rhythm Rangers
9:30--Musice of Reward Barlow
10:00-Va rren
10:1 aInterlude
t39-Varlftuandbox (BBC)
1: Owl's Na
i2: 00-1-n Off.

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lther seats. good shape
and eeadltlen. For sale at
ith 8. CenarIl Ave.
Cdi Tel. I.

Praeteally new. 1 1I
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with power glide. low mile-
age. For Sale at
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Edg.Uvr Ten Tff Pros To Take Part IO LN

luriDswn1 ,6C. In Wednesday's Clini He re
'. .0
S. The ever popular Golf llnic-
^ *uIpart of the 44pnal Opm torn CURUNDU MEN'S OPEN | elchart (Wally's Bar) -
S() m ment ashow-will be held Wed- BOWLING LEAGUE Lyons (Acme Paintsj. .. 1-
S- i nesday afternoon at 4:30, day be- Augle Lyons took a liking to Hutchins IV.F.W.. .. .. 1 -1
AI- I- .. .-for this yeak's gala champion- the brand new pins and brand Oliver (Carta Vieja. ... 10- I
Sshp affair gets under wa. new year last Wednesday nightToranCarta V .... 1
a ervo alw I The Clinic this year wil tea- at Balboa n leading the Acme KesevCartViea....
S- ture no less than ten protesalon- Paints lGeo. F. Novey team in a Borgis (Putaturol.
oa ala. starring gamn nead, Roberto three-point win over Isthmian
u-f l. t 3holastehBasMketball underdog .unlor College five de Vicenso. and the longest ba Contractors. Auie came up with STANDINGS
S- a Lost Pet. our points of veroming the bert. season and was high n league W. L. t
.-teCT ........ .. 4 I4 str4ong1 team. o stiff competition for the night with a Carta Vieja..27 21 3 41*6
V.1e 3 l ........ .. 1 3 .S. was the in the fourth Also performing at the Clinic sparking 233 third game and 549 Balboa Beer.. 25 23 3 4100
"' .l B B ....... .. 3 a.26 quarter .Crstbal scorers will e one-armed Jim Nich- series. yon needed ust two VFW Post 3822 25 3 4 4
S--- were unae to hit the nets for ola, te most amazing champion more pins to top Joe Reichart Isthmlan
S. ,RIDAY. NIGHI'8RESULT Ieven one field lT, Had it not golf has ever produced. for league leadership In Indivi- Constructors. 26 22 34 4067
a. CNN 4k 1C been for five freehrows. the re- dual high game. Augle has bowl- Wally's Bar .. 23 25 31 4I5
thatti ride whh r-- ult m hate ba different. The tournament committee ed weal over 500 for the last three Colpan Ford.. 25 23 31 41m
ln dby. mdMt a nd i Prda niaht. at the Cristobal Junior oRe aidd dit mark- hap also arrange speeial sr- weeks. J. L. Putaturo
*fcah In t ahyat- High School ym, the Tiers be- ersa to their total In the final Prlse for the shebw and, of The Contractors. largely thru Bulek-Chev... 22 26 29 406
iar but R cae champo of Canal, one quarter course being a sarprise,he the efforts of Ed Murdock and Acme Paints
iiDi il ti Jif i i teracholastic basketball for the Peltynovlch showed flashes of won't saw what it is. Doc Icaza, managed to garner 0. F. Novey .. 19 29 26 3810
Sr l tsccsulve year. Driving returning tb form in the first They hint. however, that an their lone point in the second
D p"e S ee ieSnt possion of there quarters of play ad took airplane and the Lucky Strike Rame. Contractor Mac Lane with ......A ..
a a e at as a ....h the int_ hi- trophysch. -eortak honors wiet 21 people wll have something to do a 510 series tried to keep pace BALrA BEER
aRI It w "eon- La the strangers ban aug- w ~ ,P t Pl Maspr, CH8 o it- points, followed by Topper Did- with it. with Lyons and registered his Schafer.. 162 172 13

-49Sets5o "INN me ntor,' nthe
3 e of ment, fnor o Xter who Accounted for 12 of the The Clinic will cost $1 only al third strait 500 series. Studebaker. 153 15 144
d 0 aI und tetd in t ree years o winI marers. though people who have the bar- Col Ford copped a 3-1 de- Balutis 170 124 135
R Ci"ad ed .-a n he Ters.. r the losers Freddv Ale a -oaain seme t 3 cket for a n om arta Viela to gain Tre..inr.
Ret. ae was let out of the car in l1-year contraaeCrtat. o0 e the hum*.M he tin the nets for'a total of 22 ama Club members who have place in team standings, only five Handicap. 108 108 108 .34
oer. reached at bis home front of h ormitwy. Sehafer 950-rown was not bya V ts 12 of. *hich were the re- sponsorship badgea naturally will points out of first place. Sam To- -
iI.t th Uted lAuItr onsted th an easy victory. he og suI of fotW shots rIddy's foul be admitted free and will be ell- nran had to celebrate his birth- Totals. ... 86 851 8 W5
St ba T rk Junior Cdlege quintet the shooting was remarkable gible for the surprise, day all by himself by leading wA '
egao, t ad te o rouh aul te wav .re th te a hnhitting 12 Last year's Clnic drew the big- both teams in scoring with a 498 WAL'
t ed. l l rl hard to ~hatter Cato- r ir h was an important eat crowd for such an even in series. Steve Hovan and Bill Price Hare 167 140 150 45
o u ramer, Sedgmap. bam
le niht ? ball's dream of basketball sIpre- factor iA keeping Junq College a Club history hut Wed- were high for the Ford men with tKavalopky. 156 95 154 4
iaist A'macv for three succeelve lrs In the fliht. nIey's show la certain to out- 476 and 475, respectively. The Helwig. 139 121 153 413
d St. y^K y cw SS In Af|ar w~/ a/ .*hen the whistle sounded t6 end atip that turnout. Rummen, who have been on the Betts. ..44 94 143 281
a SIL HIt I h entewt.Bonthen T'ehe eox score: Never before has such a col- losing end for the past four Reichart 57 147 14 4
o end of a 48 to 44 count. C13 PG FS PFp TP election of golfing greats been weeks, remained In first place- Handicap. 117 117 117 351
t "' a- The first stanam wa event did ...... 3 6 4 12 gotten together for alocalshow- Ibut if they hope tB stay there -
fought al the way, andg wth l........11 4 3 g they'd better start bowling. One Totals 8 1
Sa dn a R... 3 7 nead. of course, I considered four will knock them out of ISTIAN CONSTRUCTORS
wa- half things began 0o look bleak Hm .. 0 0 3 0 b many the greatest player of league leadership. Murdock 146 182 145 473
SW YORK, Jan. 12 (UP for "e C.". Jr. College flye, for mtth.. ..* 2 2 4 a time ad was low average Balboa Beer sppdd into secHicks 12 9
Australian atr Frank Sedman Cristobaloutscoed them 1i to 8 RInart. .. 0 1 shooter in the U.S. for 1952. ond place in team standings, on- Icaza. 125 175 139 43
V hs las red his pro tennis wre during that er and h.ed a D De Vicenao. the defending Pan- ly one point out of the ton spot. Sisco (Bld 142 142 142 426
R-' .-.---" .. -.. with vtern, Jack Kramenat two comfortable 26 to lea at alf- Totals .. .. .. I 1 1S 48 ama champ was second toSnead by stting the points wthWal- Lane,.. 1 145 9
S -mathesa each,k *a ... a -- In I coring and rates one of ly's B r. The Beermen, who hadHandc... .a 9" 51
S ithlIsaa'eltttich of Cr. Wt s aeOy-/J-- rFo n PF TP the longest ball hitters in the taken three or all four from their .
.d ftzI .flVM faflta A J 8eaarebounded from sat- tobal and Freddy AleOuas hold-Hul........ 2, 1 3 5 game. Roberto will blast away for opponents for the previous six Total 74 885 827 506
S'i' u ". :.... "'b'urda' tralght set licking to the aotlihtIn a 'searing Nic er .... 0 5 the ectators with his booming weeks were obliged to settle for ACME PAINT EO. NOVT
.andKrame -3-4-34eat- ththird quarter had the Dil n ...... 2 0 n A brase while Snead will demon- a split decision served to them 13 m79 33
Sng yesterday In e wtia.f llhest scoring in the gampe. with Alegsa, 8.. .. 2 1 4 5 state the flawless execution of on a silver platter by the Bar- Lyons I 1IS
S_ .... the two-day po tand at W l again, outpolnttngh enu r Aleua-s, .. .. 5 12 4 22 his et club. the No. I iron, tenders who fell apart at the Rettererace 1 49 123 46
li ,. /YorI teoer asmllm |e T to 1, ad wnen-that Dolan ...... 1 0 1 2 Harbert will hit. then out of seams in the middle game. This Blacwe 4 151 16
SPan. ..ho Seuraof B m- ofplay ended the ch* Haials., .. .. 0 0 0 a lht with the driver and little occurred despite the return of Sawyer.
.- 51 M.-A ea) Pad E / n ua o f/"eea avent-point lead. 41 teveno .. .. 0 0 0 0 Buqk White, one of the greatest Wally an his cheering section. Cain.. .' 5 1 412
I4M 4, -4. i to./ In the busaneas with the short Joe Schafer was high for the Handicap. 110 10 3
i ttrhEa ef. i WM MhflaI st amst aof t e Totals .. .. ..8 14 17 44 irna, will perform for the DOD eermen with 469 and BusterTotals 850 884
0 who turE d ro,,lux 5S lace with the #o. P. Hare led the Barteders with 457. Totals 8
last, month. i 'J. L. Putaturo Buiek-Chevrolet v P T 28 "
U Th;Seanrihiblated the VSA.W. Post u 1 3822 1 7 38 6
d.f d 's a. sweet .. C lkth.ift.. team by tOking il four poiot to chins 1
S-. ... m A %r m at out sec the ond placen mom .. 1 13 4
l. ..... h stal BckX n HuB aghe atle... 1 1 1 4

_. .. -. o-i e thhi iA AVaH awke fromr Vhis e .. .. 1 1
Sar th raM sason hibernation to roll Common. 1 15 1
-." C 'hrand do 'te what to do his high series for the ear. Handicap. 104 10 4 4 3
[ V .v.-h S S. |o'an with mD ORE': ]d P "yTht perfakitmers Will sogo hand 1 Tota for a 24 series i n 0 2

SanlwthBra ermA =Il obat.2:rbe oml fsh Vg pe hevhckment
T-E--E A, d Ab O.. G atoCurudu: o at Albrbok;bao -T o o within P can s. ecod f our-po int win Tof Bu 1 RO
Ima Iaiat ".r..". .. .be.t o h as. hmton he a .....l sor wl bet Lavale with a 503 series Lavallee .150 181 193 5
Jut o 0 Of of the Arm~od eaPch 2t : C lay1 at durundf .prlsw orouble asclowns, Snead ia tt TE Ce aen 148 137 155 4C
con. a t roluolbt Of o 'te .Aimed Ar: u-'- n T both of whom would, In Putting It to the Vets. Don CStyen

lr n 1h..V AV.L ; = C b e have o h t H ex ep utchins 'Was high for the Vets Sn de.b60 12 143
IL LIT ". CrmOn da rbbe. thatte N dr oLwe l th with a 488 series. The Vets went Cornl 114 150 13 45
TheBhlatdonehour C.USA' Or ,eb. 5: Clayton at Caribbean tey d tth a golf int a le ou n tBorgi 182 13 138
10 m 1 el, en CommUf d r at bro. c b. counter to register their lo s Handca 1305 1 10 5 10
SAMi i." '-dF .: ,d ...urunI : The Inter-Club play wa con- srs of the season. This w Ha ndicap. 0 0
LA l .InCaribbeanUn i"dayh on l: at pcsa complete reversal of form for the Totals 85 88 36 263
Clabt aribb tnued today at h lo u h the Vets who h tak tree CAA O
I.nma apoi morrnig ndeay e points a week for the preceding Torian 168 17 163 4
Be rbed Feb. 1* Albrook okt CAbf o f the second round. Panama has four weeks.
.eLo"d endsch- atrteadsofrover Zr is. .. 165 156 143
Owd -W"rSt a- aor iCthabo ica lFealev. 136.14 4
,iU .1 Curundu C*aribbean and Nicaragua".Lane P TEN Kelsev 125 140 173 46
PCommanrAlbraCunningham (Balboa) .. 16510 Handicap. 80 80 80
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..ron. M Mtsa 72, Do Vicenzo mander 4-do Sedan. ra- Bryan. .. 3 13 131
I and Mlartos a 75 but the die, seat severe, good tim. Stuewe... 141 138 149 6

Ra__rts f r- -I,,. 16th at. Ce tral Ave. 'Handicap. 90 90 90
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Seft To Beat

Brink's Bandits

BOSTON, Jan. 12 (UP) A
answer Is ex ( oted within
week to a $1,219,000 question -
whether the Brink's bandits
were smart enough to outsmai
the FBI.
The answer will be provide
by7 the federal grand jury which
Was been hearing evidence in th
case for more than a month.
S If it is to return indictments,
ft must do so before next Sat-
urday, the third anniversary ol
the nation's biggest cash hold-
The robbery has been the en
vy of the underworld because o
the obvious careful planning and
military precision with which]
the Halloween-masked gunmen
slipped through five "locked
S dors at the Brink's counting
rom and surprised five armed
Working quietly, they tied up
the guards and scooped all the
cash they could carry into can-
vas bags. Twenty minutes after
they entered they disappeared.
For three years special agents
of the FBI have worked night
and day in all-out effort to trace
the bandits.
If anyone has kept tabs on
the cost in man hours and
other expenses involved in the
Investigation, it most probably
has far surpassed the $1,219,-
ose loot.
The FBI has not disclosed
publicly what it has uncovered
in the three years of painstaking
digging. But it has been report-
ed that they know the names of
S12 "participants" seven "trig-
ger men," two getaway drivers
and t.he three "brains" who en-
gineered the job and got the
lon's share of the loot.
Whether the FBI has submit-
S ted sufficient evidence to obtain
indictments against all 12 is
known only to the members of
the grand jury, which must re-
turn ndictsments before Satur-
day when the three-year federal
statute of limitations expires.
After that the 0-men will be
Out of the case if there have
been no indictments.
T*o of the tinrt persons
questioned about the holdup
have since been shot to death
In the style of gangland ex-
Gambler George Killeen, 30,
was killed outside a Boston night
club four months after the rob-
bery and ex-bootlegger Carlton
O'Brien, 52, was slain outside his
Warwick, R. I., home last May,
a few days after he had been
*fingered" by a Rhode Island
state prison Inmate as one of the
Brink's "brains." 3
The one person known to have
been named as a participant in
the crime was Joseph (Specs) 0'-
Keefe, a 14-year-old Bloast on
hoodlum whose police record
started at the age of eight and
now contains 63 entries.
FBI affidavits made out to
obtain search warrants indicated
that O'Keefe hid at least $60,000
of the loot in his home at near-
by Stoughton. But it's not known
whether the FBI found any mo-
ney there.

Circus Makes Local

Debut On Wednesday
An international circus troupe
Is scheduled to open in Panama
City Wednesday complete with
lions trained monkeys, trapeze
Ws and clowns.
The Roylal Dumbar Circus,
which has been touring Latin'
America, started setting up its
tsppings last week on Via Es-
near El Panama Hotel, but
terday the site was changed
te West 17th St. opposite the
central fire station.
The circus will feature 17
wns, lions, tigers, polar bears,
igum, prairie dogs, ostriches,
morobatic monkeys and a large
number of other animals ac-
edlg to advance publicity.
qwestrimne. dancing dogs and
mrobets also are being billed
for performances during the
stay of the one-ring circus in











"Let the people know the truth and tU country is safe" Abraham Lincoln.


Draft C

- Draft Director Lewis B. Her-
shey "undoubtedly" will carry
his fight for tiger draft de-
ferment policies to the new Re-
publican-s t e e r e d Congress, a
Selective Service spokesman said
This official said Hershey's
first opportunity probably will
come when the House Armed
Services Committee summons
him to testify on legislation ex-
tending the physicians-dentists
draft. The law is due toexpire
July 1.
Hershey has been warning
for mote than a year that
state Selective Service boards
are dangerously near the bot-
tom of the manpower barrel.
Only last week he warned that
the drafting of fathers and col-
lege students appeared "immin-
His warning was pointed up
over thl weekend by disclosure
that New York has started
drafting 16-year-old youths to
meet its monthly quota.
A recent United Press survey
showed that nearly all states
expected to be drafting 19-
year-olds by March.



chieff Hershey To Urge
_t_ __ n I .'

VLeiermenT ro
Only one state, Flor id a, tal and physical standards set by
thought it could postpone a 19- the armed forces. Hershey may
year-old draft until summer. appeal to Congress to take ac-
Hershey and other draft of- tion in these fields.
ficials are particularly concertn- The Selective Service spokes-
ed about educational and de- man noted that draft calls are
pendency deferments and men- expected to average about $50,-

Congressmen Call
For Probe Of Red
POW Atrocites
- Two congressmen called today KOREA JOE MAT 3COM WOtW -
for a special on-the-spot con- reaJoe" (left), is tended by a R0C
greaslonal investigation of Corn- Korea. "Joe" is MpI Lee Yqug uk
munist atrocities against Amer- while fighting with the 2th W n ..a.. dt
ican prisoners of war in Korea. waging a fierce cam n to, t Itt,:
1Rep. Timothy P. Sheehan (R- UJ te .
'111.) said he will offer a resolu- J t
tion tomorrow to set up a corn-
mittee empowered to Ko- l IKorea 'G A d
rea if necessary to find out what
has happened to thousands of
GIs taken prisoner by the Corn-
Sheehan, a member of a com- Iab.
mittee which last year tivesti- o
gated the World War II masa- :, .
cre of thousands of Polish pf- 0 -
ricers by the Communists at~YO. Jan. 12 (UP)-The for supper, and
Katyn Forest, Russia, said the United States and other fred direct ofa
committee had received reports of Korea have Lent approx- habili ttn.teI
of similar atrocities in Korea. fmately 0 0,365, 0 for relief rodula Iofr .e
Rep. William H. Ayres (R-O.) Imately 5O,5,u0 fore E production of r tems.
said he supported Sheehan'Rs (Rin- .)and aid to Korea since the war
vestgatio rted Sheehan'sn- began there two and a half years Beside the spent
A member of the HouseVn.erago, Gen. Mark. W. Clark's UN direct 441equt
Smommir of the House V urge all headquarters said today.
ans committee, Ayres urged anll The United States was by far habl i 0n
Korean veterans to turn overrebiggestcontributor furnished
any information they may have Seve countries in Asia were bargesd
about treatment of American high on thelst.d
prisoners of war. wheonthe and
It iens high time we attempted Fr'om July 1, 1950, to Nov. 30,fugees, who
to find out how many o rber, pri 1052, the United States spent av- and medical
soners of war have been subject-had proiatly $574,28,127and

any longer." tribute d an estimated $25067.- 657 during the
in November, 1951, that 8,000agnis000
American prisoners of war had Suppli and equipment pur- makingen
been reported killed by the Corn- chase ith U S. government In relief =piM A
munists but Defense officials dollars nd actually delivered non-vern
said at the time that "actual to Korea under the Korean aid Relief s
proof" was limited tto365 cases. proga uto Nov. 30. 1952. cost othernatlgs of a
Sheehan said there is little apexim lately $3498=forthie
aapnc Wroridm aar.1 fo rhtisan haudrivd o
chance theu nited Ntiati rcan fClark's headquarters said this 30.
make a thorough Investigation figure includes $26,000,000 fun- Of l
because of Russia's veto power. shed by the Xeonomic Co- with a
He said that the Communists oepdtion Administration up to plus. ledPh0
stalled peace negotiations in Ko- April 7, 1951, plus an estimated sending .
rea because they feared an $52,491,198 in military ft u stricken
armistice might reveal that atro- The latter was used t p ur-
cities have been committed. chase *upplies andlequinmlnt to -"
The Katyn investigating com- fulfill common milltary-olifts
mittee said that the Communists needs and the Korean econom f
early in World' War II shot an has-derived considerable benw-
-..-ted 10.000 Polish prison- fit from it, a apokedmna3Mlad.. UN
era in an effort to wipe out Another $51,895,9"' was at
ruiana's officer r corps and intel- ended to purchase raw mate0(-
ligentala. lals for the ROK (Repulfe of an$'
Russia had blamed Germany Korea) army.
for the crime. The other $218,910,96 went the war-

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000 month for at least the next
several months and said it was
his prlate opinion th they
may go higher.
The has asked for 53,000 -
draftee n Februa7. Il
Time pok"an S one Pm .
step the as Reeesary to
men be toart drafting zakl:. "Crk;
"post- __" fatIeru, men
whom chfi have been born
** Re. said ttb could be done""' w
through a presidential execute Tv
order ao long has cam-
paimged for lower physical-men-S -
Kal shadards in the armed ser-
He o that many men re- CP
ejected. could Derform useful 12 ( P
l rvic e or release for bat- C i
tlef duty able-bodled men
now mnibone." day In
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