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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WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (UP). Dwight David Eisen-
hower became the 34th President of the United States to-
day knd immediately held forth a guarded invitation to
Communist Russia to negotiate."hone st for.wdis-
arma ent. -
Eisanhower took the oath of office before thousands of
well-wishers massed in the ploza of the capitol and millions
more w aio tched by television the installation of the first
Republid6n president in 20 years.
He ex4nded his cautious peace feeler to the Krem- hiding leadership, both
.lin in a brif, strikingly non-partisan inaugural address the President laid dfe
delivered after he was sworn by Chief Justice Fred M. oi nineInc lies wch he said
Vinson will guide him.
Vinson. The, principles ane:
Two former Presidents Herbert Hoover, thelast 1) AbOhng war as a choe.
Republican .o occupy the White House, and Harry $. t e bhoa t.hetn pwaes
omanr who achieved ex-presidential status the mo- t be the first task of
ismLwer to the oath were inchlu d in e616 tsid i

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1.30WO: m IAddress en- ial problems.
Deta domestic pro-
ram wn B led out in the
State o nnion meagep
Ewhnl limito deliver t per-
a o e o eoancoe ,
n^tt MWB address,

IfM' h must. con-
secure pee tor all; a e withat

a-in their melt-- Utheyntoie
branhW other joint ef-
B w 'Mae seses of mu-
tw'lreidh>nsttmong na-
M1 he said.
rhgolwguVat for under-
taking such effort that -in
their prpe- sined
logical= an .on t dw's
secure peace for all; @Md that
In their realt- they provide
-ethodsby which wery -rW-
! eting nation will paroe gpo
c* within Cis outmt pK "
Me While *Nt anon
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To mea this challenge. Bisen-
hower called upon Americans
and free people everywhere to
rededicate themselves to the
prinfiples tf human dignity and
coaolon efort to retain and
strelthen their libertes.
rnlutretogt, of all ree pe-
phsqea in ., theor danger
1. im d."he maid.
upon his administra-
e reupoiiblity of pro-

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-WASHINTOtei, Jan. 20 (UP)
-PresidenfTruman won't tarry
m vacating the White House for
Dwight D. efadibower.
But back in 1M a preskdeht
and an ex-president lved to-
getbhr in the White House for
three week.
The lingering ex-president
was James Monroe.
Because of the Illness of Mrs.
More, incoming President
John Quincy Adams invited
Moroe to stay in the White
Iouse until doctors decided it
was safe for his wife to travel.

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Val FPails, N.Y.
-UaM. John 8. Doud. Mamle's
16-yer--old mother, will live In
the White House for at least a
While, but Is expected to main-
tain her home n Denver.
Moving-in will be gradual.
First the lsenhowerp' clothing
and a few prized possessions -
lIke Mamlie's English tea ser-
vice from her grandmother
Doud, and a spool bed which
grandfather Jacob Eisenhower
took by oxcart from Pennsyl-
vania to Kaas. *
Other treasres now In star-
age will be brought in later.
She need not worry about
lineans, dishes. furnitart. They
all are there, "with a platetmh
of trained serwots.
Mrs. wooip!r will bring
her own ue 11 M. Rose
Wood, ad scary. Mrs. Mary
Jae MeAfee. .
John MMey wl clmtanue as
Maawer valet and hi wife
I ]s- o PeWh n Hao n ws *bs.

"e view o""W -
utpegth and security aB44
which d ts the hTne
ee men everywhere." 1
1) "We sbaQ never use ouw
strengthM to try to Impress. ulibni
anO her people our own cherabF
ed political and economic Insad
5) "We shall strive to help@
(proven friends of freedom) t
achieve their own security and.
well-beint. Lkewtse, we shall
count upon them to assume ih
full and just burdeqe. In thi
cnmm'defense of ifne=*
) "We 4-hall strive te t1eter
everywhere, and to practice owr-
selves, policies that encburae
produce tity and profit tab e
7 "We hope within the fgrame-
work of the ted Nations, -t"
help strengthen (regional o
lps of tree peoples tl*-orld
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8) "W Hold all continentsMid
peoples in equal regard and
or.." _
9) "We shall strive to dlMg
(the United Nationas) not meolp
an eloquent symbol but an aefc-
Live force."
Elsenhowet declared th itt
these "rules of jnduct" ar. ob-
served, an earq 1 of peaeo ma
become not a vision but a-fMta
However, he asemrted, a
In the end aU depends aMm
the strength and will of the
United States.
"We must be ready to dare all
for our country," he said. "f t
history does not long Instrst
the care of freedom to the weak
or the timid. We must acquire
proficiency In defense and dis-
play stamina In purpose.
"We must be willing, ndlvl- :
duaIly and as a nation, whatever
erlflces may be required of '
'isenhower emphasized, how .
ever, that the faith and print -4
ciples of Americans belong "4 -
the tree people of the wold I
a" e know beyond this, that
we are linked to all free peoples
not merely b3 the no9lo Idea but'
by a simple need," he said.
"So we are persuaded by ne-
cessity and =elif that the
strength of all tree people 3m
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SH eW P*. e 1.4. PANAMA. m .W A E OP.

S- nationhere's leading publisher, nv
The Mail 3U i. open aTrH tI r-EADrs a* The Penre A tration of Walter Rea mith ella- r

..'..way.. Letterneou Nothing serou kd- t
r. official. Ju l Guy" atal Cir
ST H aM A ILd11 h1 On *"A e eamed tun heon lato a l
*n0 Letter a blihed the friends for h. aod ebles eso

e h nation's leading publishers still -
1tde~t at le~'e' writ ers hel m striates seidease. d'rlnk, sftoke or play r. i ....
The Mail Be is an open e orumtlrelitders of That enam A epi- tors, state:lmen and m af'obell'- .
"elen. eters are received gratelmlly and are fradled in 6 wl le neous cel bridles can kid-
-o-T cwhen he'o "Faoll Guy" at tblit

" day. Letter am published M then r derreceived month.V. n
obese try to keep the letters limited toanpope len-toh They'll find he still
l Ie wite // heltrictest Confidence. rInk,al o oake ornplay o- .
This newspaper essumesnme responsibility fair statements as opinism despite official CIO re 4 ,, ,,
,"In letters fromemiodelsfrobmtheBrewry W'r.I
lie imbibe at least one glass of *ll
GIVE THE DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE A CRACK beer and smoke one cigar a l
Balboa. The Sahrts ana Striers Will.
Editor find, too. that the 're th, only
Mail Box crowd for whom re l bIe 4 tl
The Priama American fhIl guy. And that -.u 1
Panama City cent of CIO has on I ble
DearSir In common with President e-
We are all becoming increasingly aware of the degree to lect Elsenhower .
which the Panama Canal Company-Canal Zone Government or- They're both dired.ct i They
ganization has been taken over by incompetents and self-seekers. ask tougn questions 8ad ex- '
We know that it is futile to look to the present organization or pect tough answers ot 1yone
the Department of the Army to remedy this situation, anywhere Thus it h need 'B
As a first step in remedying the situation we should ask our the other day mtat Wa It er
Congressmen for legislation to execute the Hoover Commission's Reuther wanted to kno* what
recommendation to transfer the canal utility to the Department policies duminated O alu0l-
of Commerce, with provisions to abolish the Company Board of senhower's labor ap ents.
Directors and give the Department of Commerce a free hand in P.euther didn't- w ast time
In writing toourh njressmen we should state the Instances aect toke The Gener wrte
of waste of Government funds, abuse of authority, misconduct in right back1 direct. wl
office and bad administration that have come to our notice. a
S.D.I. The General Iiformed
Reuiher that the Cabinet *
members were pickhg their
SIDE GLANCES By Calbroith ig*es *with his approval,
statement of policy on labor
-__________ -and it can be presumed
that Reuther will #a ithein
I. H /coming president jIdcti'e-&aI
meet shortly.
A answers tow thosequestions
can makd or break h power,
he treasuries ud mem- ker
/ f bership the nation unions
nave accumulated' the past
20 yearso 01 toosevel anId 'rIT-
enat inly the' riders can
Ssee m mume las that OMSON A ena Coonm I her
VV wellt Hou hpor o IsomfriendaryBltpti
Lnroughout lne counLry our- me came to ld a 1. t chAri0

___e /^ourt aec. matlons t pfakeh for a trpp toeQofo

a yze laaor as we torit now. Usor#"O oeo
/ I!V r or labur io *0t be enough char Ut1t-n oo In ktalla ax
S justi to nave th General's supi ma r ls, that I under te meaning are. n woi
jport In Was n. Labor Harry's gun. rle n i
wanta nai to hft t keep tnogat The entitoWn Womesau ar were Itil
in on one ionservauve tu matabhigthe oor WrI W gn-holsters The area around
tweet nowI R IDinneriseath w ps sad rifles .uP
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j *RIZOWT"AL 3 French girl's
O W name
S 4Roues
Marie" 5 LAS out
land's 6 els
"swed. 5 Otherwise at%
S N tive votes
lying bird sme.u
nit bir 11Adjective 27 Ammunition 41 Ty
poit suffixes (pl.) 42 Ch
re~nevolent 17 Ogled 28 Pain 43 Ei
I rLThorouhfares19 Boredom 29 Shine 44 Po
alfors .r.s23 Danish 31PSecond hand 46 D
f insurance Katharine deal 47 M
(ab.) *. 24 Attention 33 Metric 48 "
Pie e out '25 Malt measure N
I French port beverages 38 German poet 50 T
g X Russian ruler 26 Tries 40 Speed contests al
7 Patry queen I, ,|
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34 Depends
35 Girl's name -
3 aCompass point 1
3 SeethE
S !40 Skin eruption 1,
S 41. ^French sea
42P11il with
45 Lying in a deno 1
49 Card showing-
lac* at table WI
S Sl earning organ
52 Withered
53 An Oklahdm
city was IV
T 6forlhr heqaW 411
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5 Swirl _
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,ham t MI Mt hi m"In
Ivor*e it wa. tSire and bi
Vh' ,ntl flod oi Wani Adp

n10 In areas M suh as th1e i11
11".i'.W Itafter dark without racing
Sa curfew. 1.
S a ven outside a m
M-*, few U rN o A to
-te ,ie country lub & I Juru. qe
CAdis oar halted and ldeailtflUa
*,Ia I ". These precautions, so min
a" .abor when ladies bore babies witl
t. i s te R.ed sklns annahri4 e at
bo" AM 1 from a series of -1 IWul
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leaders. influence, spad -- *
C through" the id-west QROADWAy LULLABY

dlanaarB e 2Miller recently Out of yuar da sand N eoat y t '
S- rule* that l.:organIasatIonal s&Neon,.gom faS"ecaahhei: .-
pe of blous cketing were th's no Softly ytourI
church recess idtrik.e, butrely I drive to Un- Into the vlewl- oJbDe-,I,. h-l
treaty ilnize wotersa in a shop or kJdo aA Dit a.
portion store unlawfull ana for- W ll give tE g50s
ry I Maen. Miller's deciin a Whigle -Ai ..,.
etal fastener In.. part: t I nod g
My Darling lthSe Cntract Is legal and Bad ll eaiu -
tli.e -,, beyond tle rea Injunctive Wil ,.t us yus r
third letter of ralerf o, thethe power of or
phabet lair In the U. .k e y ad
lphaet i ia redum every e m
5 plyr, ft the largest to the S huoash, ittle hemartaee Vt d oe
Smallest, to a condition of sub- T a'h be a Rrec s,, m lba I
serviencc tq its will or of being "" Pi
crushed 4ddestroyed."
It Is l1r.material here what Swellebri te Abet Towm;
Ho ta n his unile lues crunching at the s Oom a i
thought of the judge a e yesternooln ite ma s
versa. l I svt j Yl
I I.s th at dit a i!ff,. .Colette MeB "u n"c
there 14 mllar sentiment mn Parlsan star of "IM Ron -" r th_ : 'R
S state nbM aerus co tr. Aipo ottout e o the t.t RO u.
SI And tI worries labor, lo.r (Jean Wallase) enchanting Cie at
In the few yeas mlms with their Adv natures. Next ff
have u'a" OutsemSeBiSg Morocco, t eti ...The GYt ..
worth of aage s tan-r Das) deou at
of stri es and hae sm Hets ilnse L g'.. s
-ee -- I worth l of nge (Annle Je ffry) bresth
lts "new. The* ires"e stion (to the add)
to ltS s ladlaa det*d op2fSS? a reporter's prowl'ar. e m
i i S osi--mage Im Mouth...Veep NI.oB,
al"se.m. .E9d5
S Prteore, tbhre Ia :
Iment noir for state lasm e I ala la OR Mri i i
would edd union welfare !tlAd l o the ai r!ds
andb the des hdsaeff. talesth
without hh most untoas i .
wold under fi olally. or
Slowl .*en the long New- ai l
Deallh National Labor Sola- -(tobea
tions rd is yieldlng to do. lMu: "*5.,
man* .-fcr curbing anlo a hout "he gbulag u
strength and hasruledI for fagrptel111"
example, that an employer"
need not deal with a union Milteow Vlostete He is Our
S Iwhich I showing down produc- diseoey favorite.. !tu
ave Non. This oon wili bea t- at*frea sfo

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powdered mUk and seed
ill as clot~dig, tools, 'med-1

sens, religious groups and civic
"Folko4ut reached into their
pockets and gave; said WAter
Parr, regional director the
Christian Rural Overseas Pro-
grant which sBponmfred the prj-
ect o collect jf9W for the needy
in Korea.
The ship will arrive In Pusan
in about a month.

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Envoy To Mexico
--D.anel C. Onler, w.
Owvitonna, Mun jlwelry
facturer, was ukably
today to be under coaidenrat
as ambassador to Mesoo.
In addition to his jewelry
manufacturing business, Osln
has printing .and real etae J-
terest in Owatosnn, UJs
world-fapious Arablan ho es at
his Minneseta farm adn ow-
ranch at Phoenix. Ariz.


(National Brewery Inc.) -
We wish to remind you that the regular GenUr.'-
Assembly of Stockholders will be held In the Main Offles
of the Company, North. Avenue No. '77, Panama City el,,
Monday, Janary 2kh. 19053 at 8 pm.
In accordace with the By-Law of our C.-
this meeting cannot be held unless one-half plus o_ ,
the total number of stockholders are preset or re.
presented by proxy, and at least one-half of the capital
stock is repuesenbed.
Stockholders who are unable to attend this meeting

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Balboa Church

Gives Library New

Bible Translation
Three copies of the Revised
Standard Versiaon of the Bible,
published on September 30. 1V5,
as been presented to the Qanal
e Library by the Rev. A. H.
Shaw. Pastor of the Balboa
Union Church and Chairman of.
the Revised Standard Version
Bible Observance Committee,
The presentation was made in
behalf of the Committee. The
valuable gift increases to six the
number of copies of the new and
widely publicized Bible now
available at the Library.

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ipping & AirLine News
o -
h Yacht l of commercial type passenger
lp In Balboa %essels .iltaole for conversion
4 seven-ton vacht. to ioop iranhports
erer III is tied up ai the, Exen with tne addition of the
a Yacht Club The vacht. supeiilnei -"United States" last
e mqstei Is Eric C Hiscock summnier. there are only 45 such'
a two-man crew and is en ships currently active, including.
te to Aukland via the Gala- eligat under Government owner-,
as and the Marquesas She i-np Tnis represents single trip
~yed in CrLstobal from Coves passenger lit of, under 13,0(0;
land, and transited the Ca- and is aoout 1/3 tne number and
five days'ago. pa.-senge:- lift capacity available
,, min 1939.
iean Shipping Federation In contrast passenger tonnage
rts Stability In 1952 world 'ide has been restored to
e prvately-owned U S. flag 77"- of prewar.
4-.0srohant fleet of diy cargo and'
..senger vessels showed re- Further, the report presented
i arkable stability during 1952, data to show that little is being
despite a serious s decline in car- done to overcome this problem,
ronm expanding foreign fleets, on order for private operation,

the National Federation of A- in the United States today in
merican reported today In its i contrast with the building pro-
.annual statistical review of the gram overseas. I
American Merchant Marine. The study again emphasized
The study called attention to the continuing problem of block
the fact that the reducing of obsolescence of our merchant
boO active American ships in fleet.
1052 resulted almost exclusively Nine out of every ten of priv-
from the withdrawal from ser- ately-owned vessels have t6 be
yice of Government-owned ships. replaced within the next 10
r ',However, with the number of years, if the American merchant'
Ofvernment-owned ships under marine is to be maintained at'
privatee operation now reduced an efficient level.
ts the need for them declined,
any substantial future reduc- This requires the accumulation
tttms in the size of the fleet will of tremendous capital resources, i
effect tha number of privately- much larger than that needed
w~ned vessels, by foreign competitors. With on-
The net reduction of 19 ves- ly 10% of our fleet postwar, built,
sels, or two percent of the ton- as opposed to 25% abroad, for-
n. ae privately-owned on Jan. 1. eign ship operators have larger
S19. resulted principally from numbers of modern ships to
2narine losses and foreign trans- meet lor.ein trade competition.
ers. The peak number of Govern-
Howev'r. at its present level ment owned vessels under private. =
if 823 freight and combination operation was 718 reached in
bips of over 8.500,000 dead- Feb. 1952. By Jan. 1953 this
*elght tons. the privately-owned number had fallen to 158.
fleet is substantially larger than Some 49 were under bareboat
t was d.iring the 1946-1951 pe- charter to private operators,
r and represents 42-" more none of which were in turn
age than was owned at the time pha.tered to MSTS. In Jan.
outbreak of World War II. 1952. 128 hareboated vessels were
Approximately 100.000 dead- under this type of arrangement.
weight tons remain.; in the for- The scope of General Agency,
gn to foreign trade, or about operation was cut back sharply
the same level as 12 months In the last 12 months from 413.
'* Earlier of which 35 operated for MSTS
.. Inactive tonnage Including' account. tt, 109. all of which were
-hips idle for repair now cons- for MSTSaccount. Further, the
titutes 5" of the fleet, an m- MSTS at the beginning of this
itrease of 300.000 tons in the last' year had 99 privately-owned'
`.12 months Inactive tonnage is. vessels undgr time charter.
everthe.ess. below the 1949 and' The Federatloh reported that
Slevel-,. and well below that our dry jargo export and import
11939 when 16"; of the fleet trade 'exclusive of trade with
as inactive. *Canada' during 1952 was mark-
' -'.The Federation report again ed by reduced cargo offerings in
k*&d attention to the shortage the latter half of the year.
i Projecting trade volume fi-
S1' 0-" I gures for the months not yet cov-
'f -.-- ___ i ered by official data, the Feder-
---ation indicated that our foreign
S UAUA II trade last year was about 15%1
w i J Ul below 1951.
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in the last fill prewar year,

l.i Von the private ship operator than V..
the absolute trade decline was
pMoftII ro-- the reduction in U. 8. vessel A a *-im'- t
"'1 rl participation in such trade. In PAC111Sc[fiW Sfs&t10
'-Ic erst di .m r Td. July 1952. American ships car- N4 aN --
_* rined only 17% of our exports in FORDaCO.11O' Al
ronS wih 0Televivsein contrast with 4311 carried in -
July 1951.
"W Our participation in import quate amounts to achieve the
trade during the same month quate aniunu to achieve the
n Juy o951. carrying 50 per ont of oqr own

AVit of our foreign trade is moved
h S Wunder provisions of **50-50 legi- UsefTul Aplee
f SS lat Ion" it Is obvious that "free,
S l IAT UN r1 commercial'' cargoes are not be- MALDEN. Mass. UPI-This
or -'1 -a&- t. in pow ing loaded aboard American city had 188 firemen and 188,
ships in anywhere near ade- fire alarm boxes

G WELKIN Planeteer The Answer Is Ye

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te: Herbert Brownell,Jr, Attorney General;
har M. Nixon.. Vice PrPidet; President
r ot State, and Charles E. Wilson, Secretary of
S er h M Dodge, prector of Bureau Of the Budget;
Aea gmttrator Sherman Adamp, assistant to
M,. 1c Kay, Secretary bf Interior; Ar-
I UfTin1wrT trY of Agricultdre; Martin.
to Ch f Mission to the United Nations, and

FRI Scoops UP KJanml

Charges 14 Wih Ji
WHITEVILLE, N. C., Jan. 20 Boby roos, 16, a '
'UP) The FBI seized 14 for- Edwin Broks, of
wer Ku Klux Klansmen in swiftHorace itrt ,
two-state 'aids yesterday and 8trlekland both
charged Lhem and five others ronlo, N. C mand B-
iaready serving prison terms 4. of Pair Bl f, all th
with kidnapping and conspiracy Ing three yer t d .
tn the flogging of a white man terms: and BSd Wa
on Oct. 20, 151. son., t Fair a ,
A federal grand jury In Ra-wyear In federal se
letgh quickly returned Indict-o aL" CQok, I
ments against all 19, Identifled xter ab d
by the PBI as members of the Gerad of-MulibnA,. Q.;
notorious Fair Bluff, tT. C., klav, ls Oranger, I.M
orn. The roundup, the second Simon i. -mwr, ja
in which the B has taken and John Potert mo
part, brought to 98 the total of Fan Bluff;
men arrested for klan floggings oN B. C.
In the Carolinas. doNeeley of
The arrests have occurred and and Robert Lay
229 indictments have been re- L. C. Woie Oer erE
turned In a period of 11 months '
and two days.
The 14 rested in raids In
Columbus county. N. C.. and'
Horry County, 8. C., by the FBI
yesterday were taken to Jail atW
Payetteville, N. C., and were ar- .
before U. 8. Commissioner T. L. I
Two-count indictments a- 20 (UP)-When fean
against the defendants accused fantile palyulYa
them of seizing George Kemper pad.this moun
Emith, a farmer, from his home mo0th ago, 300
near Nichols, 8. C., at pistol- received ama
point, taking him across the tinc Today, every u of
state line to a wooded "lovers' wa' health and the
lane" near Fair Bluff, and flog. Wal pDpretly owe.
gsng him with a heavy strap. None of the tebutds
The Indictments accused the dre has cnt
defendants of "taking unto teh fie of their
themselves the functions of the wee stricken before th
law enforcement and Judicial *'re admntred.
agencies of the state... for the o r peraIn, who ,Vfrti
purpose of setting themselves vaclunatl, several of t
up as the self-appointed arbit- adqut. sta e -J
era of the morals of the coa. I 14 to gar e MhB
munity... and subverting the Vfu tb*l f 10 0as e
due processes of the govern- .' D o
ments... for their own benefit Th 'i chdren or-'6o
And. to meet their own en. L ho. was triken with
and did not liberate the said acca4ed with nma un
George Kemper Smith unharm- they hae shown no
ed of the disease.
Officers here said te Khu We nJo baals for:
men accused Smith of mistrett- Pr county
uin his wife, loer B. A. Morgan.
Four umuas ed and unrobed a that none of th j
Klansmeh went to Smith's home, the noculat mS
aroused him on the pretense Ilteat
of having a stalled truck, then ThI successful.
a duct him at pisl point. among eftarye f
officers sa. school ldren forced' su
They met 16 other robed and sion of ess a we
hooded men near Fair Bluff. the Chrit hol. wer
COe of the accused flogrers Is tosart. e
noto start.
now dead. Dr1. Morgan and other iW
The Smith flogging took place ol hearing that s
two weeks after a white couple pan at u mc 6to
*s' abducted and carried tdem n roster
oth. Carola mad flogged: munitie. Obtainsdtheva
Npor a tbst 5 J n, tran the'metlowu.
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conoection with a reil of Klan
tenor in this area. M(he had
.. ot bee* named nla previous
warrants and Indictments.
40L t..S b' o hose ebared yesterday nlo-
SS rV-celuded Early L Broos, 44. o
2 Ptr Blutf, a Mltd c yclops of
to- ppsre fqr the' the Fair Bluff Klavtm now
serving a two year state sen.
tence and facing a four year
federal sentence; Brooks' slu,

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uSa cLa pal streetcars
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The University of MiehIgan
speech cline offers a one-week
course In belchingg speech" for
paons w4s diseased lar-
n or "voee boxes," nave
removed by surgery,
Instruetr Keith Maxwell
teaches his speechless pupl
howr to sWallow al, then force
It out fromn the throat, thus vi.
bratn .the that tiflues and
predu nsoand.
Maxne that once his
pIuks learn? contel the air,]
speech la ulaphe

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to the dibeae in a.
for about ai month.

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"Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" Str Panama

-No. 12,179 Central Ave. Colon

Lewis Service
No 4 TIvol Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

M. orrmion's
*, fourth of JulY Ave.-Phone 2-0441

Sal6n de Belieza Americano
No. 55 West 12th Street

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

Carlton Drju Sto
10.059 MaundnmAva.e-rtme 255 Col,6n

Propaganda S.A,
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ALE:~Westtnghouse fully ou-
tic Laundromat House 84-B,
St. New Cristobal
I ALE: Westnghouse refriger-
25 cycle, set mahogany end
les, woman s dresser. All good
condition. Phone 4-506.
Sk-ALE.--Kelvinator refrigerator,
F 0. Baby Crb, $15.00. radio,
;.00 washing machine $20.00,
iler trumpet. $3000. Federico
Bgd No. 1. phone 3-1516. _
FO- A -0 Refrioerator in good
i ti6n, 60 cycle, $85.00. Call
"snm P 3-1335. 89 Via Porras.

St2 AGER BOYS; learn grace Poise,
bellance, self-assurance, leads and
beljroom etiquette 0lovg with Fox-
trot. Swing and Rumba. $20.00 for
a; 3 months course. Jan. 21, Wed-
Lnesday 5 p. m. Balboa 'Y'. Harnett
7,. Dunn.

Real Estate
Ames Real Estate Agency, offers a
esmplete real estate service, buy
r *n4 sell ,porperties, insurance,
'"Tel. 3-1069, Cen-

'..JUAN DIAZ, 15 minutes of ce-
rntt highway from city, beautiful
'ri Main house and annex house,
S shed, have all comforts of
lity life. Tel. 2-3426.
SALE:-3-bedroom cottage, 2
lbtes, terrace, good neighborhood.
. .own payment, five thousand bal-
arranged Cojo de Seguro As-
B" ,d, 2-2542

D. BARB,. JR., H. E.-Cor-
SAdjustment of the Body
ure. 75 Calle Estudionte,
S.IMt 2 Telephone 2-5159. 8 A.
to 8 P. M. By appointment.


~ ni o dq* hbits
flike employment in Canal
ne. Ifl interested telephone Bal-
o 3021.'

FOR SALE--1950 Hudson, 4 door,
SuDermatic drive, excellent condi-
t,or. Very low mileage
Smoot & Paredes S. A.
Buick Chevrolet
FOR SALE:-Beoutiful 1951 Chev-
rolet Styline DeLuxe 4-door Se-
dan, hardly used, perfect condi-
tion. For demonstration call or see
it Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
St. Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800.
FOR SALE: Oldsmobile 1949 4
4 door sedan, radio, Hydramatic,
nicely upholstered. Phone 3-3213,
BARGAIN:-1949 Ford Station Wa-
gon, 5 good tires, leather up-
hoeltery, perfect running condi-
tion. For sale at Smoot y Hunni-
cuttff S. A, 16th. St. Central Ave.
Colon Tel. 800.
FOR SALE: 1948 Nash, extras.
Good condition. Good price. Navy
Buick Super 2-door Sedan, good
upholstery, radio and 5 good tires.
For sole at Smoot y Hunnicutt S.
A. 16th., St. Central Ave. Colon
Tel. 800.
FOR SALE:-1950 Mercury 4 door.
Very good condition, new paint.
Smoot & Paredes S. A.
Buick Chevrolet

FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4-door with
good seat covers end perfect run-
ning condition. Easy payments at
Smoot .y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St.
Central Ave., Colon, Tel. 800.
FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile 88, 4
doors. Perfect condition, No. 53,
9th Street Paitilla. Telephone 3-
1949 BUICK Super 4-door Sedan
with dynaflow, 'radio, seat covers,
5-good tires, excellent condition.
'Fo. sale at Smoot y Hunnicutt S.
A. 16th. St. Central Avenue; Co-
Ion, telephone 800.

FOR SALE:-Lote. 1949 Nash Tu-
dor Custom, radio, bed, overdrive
& more. Was $2,900.00, now
$995.00. j63 Pedro Miguel, Tel.
1941 CHEVROLIT De Luxe 2-door
Sedan. ted MeeniugWttlel eae
ayeAie m Pr eol. ht.,eK#iFceI
I,;li. 1. Central Ave. Cole, Tel.
FOR SALE:-1950 PDti 4 d i4 d


Do ye have dflt ng HehI
Write AkeaIlesli Aee.nMlL." 3I
2031 Aneae C. Z.

Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 1,j.
Just around the comer of "J" St..
announces our new \ Lepp Siede
Service. We can now make to order
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover
your old one at low prices.
REPAIR & REFINISH bamboo furni-
fure, guaranty for one year. We
sell used mahogany furniture.
Front of Balboa Garden" "Jim-
oe0 way $85. round trip $135 (15
day-limit1. $16900, good one Vear;
to LOS.-ANGELES. one way, $149.
15. round trip $252.35, 90 day-
limit Panama Dispatch Service op-
posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama
skrts. buckles and bottons to cov-
We pleat accordion skirts and flare
ers, botton holes, eyelets & belts
to make. Phone 233 Bolivar Ave
10123. Col6n.

Now you, too, can afford a TOUR
IN EUROPE, 29 glorious days. six
countries, hotels, meals and sight-
seeing, only $370.00. Transpor-
tation to and from Europe extra.
Coall Fidanque Hermanos e hijos.
i Agencies Americana de Viaols).
Tel. 2-1661.
FOR SALE:-Round mirror 48" Sim-
mons steel bedroom set, large
carved Chinese camphor chest.
Misc. fine luggage. Phone 3-1568

Position Offered
ced secretary with first class
.knowledge of English and Spanish
Dictation, shorthand and typing.
Good opportunity for permanent
position at good salary. Write
MANAGER. Box 1210, Panama,
before January 25th. giving com-
plete information as to, experience,
whether presently employed, age,
marital status nationality, giving
references. I.quilr"s .compitely.

CYO Meeting

.-W .ED: One third horsepower Ultromatic drive, like new. Must The St. Joseph's Catholic
ie-w.-ter.' Coil Balboa 1901 or 1317 be seen to appreciate. Youth Organization will hold a
i(r five o'clock. Soot & Poredes S. A. leaders parents meeting on
Bulck Chevrolet Wednesday evening at the St.
FOR SALE Joseph's Parish Hall, commenc-
FOR SALE:--1950 Buick 4 Dr. In at 8 o'clock.
FOEo 9tors Fa150Buick 4Dr.tert o rt rest will be dis-
oat & Motor dan, Dyraflow and radio. Good u eo irtsed.W
SALE:-1-5 H.P. motor, $10.- rurningi condition, may be seen att lued.
SHP motor $15.00. Both 25 house 1524-C, Gavilon Area, Bal-
excelent condition. House b or call 2-3269 Priced fo
,4-C Prodo, Balboa, telephone quick sle.
150. HARDLY USED, 1950 Buick Super,
4-door Sedan, radio, soo t covers,
ioK g o od, asy payments. For'
SAccst our tn. n a m ot" S Hunnic S A.'
16th. St. Control Ave. Colon Tel.

Ardives Herm F SALE:-1951 Ford Convertible,
radio, spotlight. Amoson 0775-G,
On AnKon Williamson Place.
FOR SALE: 1948 Buick 2-door -
L p L Steers, who was e- Special, very good shape end run
In appointed chief of thRe nie condition, good price, at
i t5un5Xt g systems staff of the Soetry Annie. t S. AT 6th. St
l) e of the Comptroller ar- C o-_enral Ave Coln, T 8I. 800.
ri Monday on the Panama FOR SALE! 1947 Studebaker
U Ancon with his family to Champion, radio, plastic seat cov-
his new duties with the ers, excellent condition, bargain

from Venna, Austria SALE:
ie he 1as been employed FOR...:- 1948 Buick 2-door
the past four years. Be was ee iel, viry good shepe and run-
tlat played as chief auditor .ine condition, good price eat
the headquarters of the Smet y unnicutt S. A. 16th St
DForces In Austria and Central Ave. Colon. Tel. oo00.
served as comptrollero FOR SALE.952 Ford V-B4
f Mutual Security Agency Manili, Klow mileage, $1.725.00.1I ha 1s b n _ate _
Call Ft Kobbe 3276, 7 a.m i J .
S- na" e of New York Otty. 4 p. m "--. -.CLe- uA_
r e i was graduated from New l_-- I anWtan Comandan e l
Z-1rk Uliety In 1938. He is a ARGAIN:...-- 1946 ck Super 4- lltberman, a top WorM War I
WWleS Publc Accountmant In deoor Sedan. easy payments. good stfiplai ner, his beeS bn m-
Me &Yorig and was in public ac- J ondi n. For sale at SmootV I mender of the U. S. lit ,ai try
oimting work after ble gradua- A. 1th. St. central p Mio in Gema
=n from the univrallty itt Avenue, Coleon, Tel. 800.
to military service In FOR SALE-'1950 Citroe, excellentI
IM. eOcond1ition, $975.00, will consider
,Wr&ad a new staff rep ftrode-in. Telephone 4-480
will ebe lzeal meti aases geed Iufe nd
20 of W @ m& engine. So le at Smeety H-
and system of a ucnt- nics* A. 16*. St. Coonl As
Warnal control. He will Celeo TeL 800.
.0iftse-in Room 0o
.tl ia. Do l_ T .,G.

Od their two children, a
ir-od ison and a two*
I.daughter, will live In

Talk On Civil
Defense At Gamrboa

William 0. Dolan, chief of
civil defense for the Panama
Canal Co. and the Canal Zone
government will speak on civil
defense Thursday evening at
1:30 D. m. In the Civic Center
building at Oamboa.

it SG S i H talk will Include the pre-
'aubsmme atRSMLIon of organization charts
F Var a and a discussion of the Inittal
0 Ollans which are to be set up
Uia unified civil defense units in
UCMt anal Zone civil nn township
re .Y'r All residents of Gamboa are
S O a t Pro- L. ng urged to attend thbi m eet,
% .N a40;inC In*r., espeiallv those residents
L whemint. e fs- v. ere ltst"d eas ir roljl
rLY rFur r...irgis 1 "r. 1' r it an O rP.-
i 6 i,. Oft n defense orgni dtionn
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5TAY at .ll Pan Americana in
Cool Beltliful El Voile.
Hou; '04 lWEACH, Santa Clara.
Aleo CnW) Campona. Shrapnel's
Boboa. 1389.
"10se% OuMide cottaMMU S4
; 11 Be 435. Uolboo. PIhw
Pi9of J. 1877. Crxitabl 3-117J.
6mlchle SanM Clar beach.
cottIage. Electric Ice boxe, go
stovesk modera rates. Telepanp
6-441 GQm be 4-567 Pedro Ml-
Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot-
tage. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockga rangers. Balboa 2.3050.
Except week-ends
Aft b E bL 5 P


FOR RENT:-For two months, com-
pletely furnished modern house.
Garden. etc. $225.00. Paitilla and
50th Street. Phone 3-1807, Pan-


Two and fivf ~ o fumrale and
unfumileild opurtnhui prelvte en-
cloued gaadM. 8061. 10G Street.
'4ew C t4bel Teleho ne Calmn
FOR RENT.-Aportment, Iivingroom,
diningroom, bedroom, bathroom,
$40.00 monthly. Paoden No.
18, Rom6n Conte.
FOR RENT-Unfurnihed oprtment,
Son Francisco. 13.l St. For infor-
mation call Balb. I464. -
FOR RNT:-Uppei floor of house
No. 58, 43rd Streft Completely
furnished. Telephone 3-2341.

FOR RENT:--Furnfdh
1-2 months only.
Beligyista. Tj

id apartment, 2
51 St. No. 31.

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FOR RENT:-Locoa for hm
and office, 150 squarprowers,R.
sebio A. Morales, Avenue No, 4W
"El Congrejo," tPer Hotel L
Ponor-o. For Info0mUtloh telphan
Panama 3-1292 or 3-3371.
FOR RENT: Office ,pate No. 7
4th of July Avenue. Call 3-252$
after 6 p. m.

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Ill hoMd a~g tS Uc3D AT 5OCAL FUNCTiONX
iung on lhAe i We, of tu Natonmal Cano The Arnme
0. X r.. -7I1MXof the T In Nbw Talk, Is the hom-
Lmtttee- ~M UWlso Lertltgh Davis, of CriteL He arrived
be elect- t t:tT two bnaphes of this wrglatlia nathe

ibea die Mr.: d Mrs. Davis enter- he overnlht uests of M
tainsd ith I diner party at end Ms. Harol isher of 0
their ,tona to introduce coll before thetr departure.
rCli thijrl t gestU were: Dr. sad Mr. lao
Celd.d Mr.i E Taylor, Betam From Florld
led aft d "M. hare Whtak- Dr. end Mm. Harry Eno, a
er, IAtikPd W. W F. I Hau Colon, rerned by plan
dener and Mrs. tWaler Saturday from a six vweeksi
rLJ -i M 'ob 1 et ie, It In Florda.
Ix u s w- C_ 0 I. D.tqF and the 5ni
at r- Mr. e Ad They attended the Burgle
Rev.***. Conventior.- of the 8outhne
S ta1ga l burleal Society In Hollywoo
C Mr. lr Fla. Last week they were pro
: Paul M n Jamh B from sent at the gathering of th
William Raoh, N C., VW. been Canal Zone Old Timers moie
hard vilt ht p n ty In St. Peternbrg, Fla. On
Aumust aa'MnWalter Zab, of >00 former Irsthmlan residen
Y: ior Margarit, was bored t a were there.
Welmad, vhoaa Opr=; fat-
urday. A tare t was buarrse Virthday Party
S gIetl the hondoe, frto the Nss aeverly Oeorse was mu
group pried by a party enat h
home, Sunday, by er parent
gS The no-host affair was giv- Mr. and. Mrs. Curie George
en at the home of Mr. and Gatun.
M an U Mrs. Charles ath, of Mara- Afte r refreshments wei
Ml ,rita. Those In- served the group attended
p h ced: Mr. and M a. ss main the Oatun club
0 Cunningm3 Mr. and Mrs. Ro- house.
-Vincent D e, Mr. and Mrs. The guests were: Pamel
h Con- John R. krlkau, Mr. and Mrs. Therot, Ramona Anderso
Ja A. Taber, Mr. end Mr. s beth McLazen, Andm r
* given Herbert 0 ngeike and Mr. asuh, Cathe Asbury, Judy Hi
r *on- and Mrs. Waldo OlUey. kansen, William Thrift, MU
d other Mrs. Kuller and young son Barteld, Lynn Coffin, SBe Ba
Artle, will leave Friday b7'y field, Gary Irving and Hole
al Transport tor Californa to George.
01lar nwalt the return of tat ---
Kullr who has been Peter Bariow Celebratem
S ed Wth te Armed F ors In Birtha An ar
lof jam& Lieutenant and Mrs. J. .
.l* ----. Barlow celebrated the fourth
-. Mr. and MIo .rI* WIms- birthday anniversary of the
a- Visog at Use Ca mIi son, Peter, with a party
f r. ad Its Willam, their home Saturday.
5 ioOeriy of. Margarita, return- The young eusts who at
d Stiurday by plane for an tended were: Jmy and Joh.
Sexatended .vlt wih Mr. and ny Brston, Alet Snead, Mi c.
S of Mtn. Loula Game of Las Cum- Lee Smith. Brian Patte
bre. tGall Groenveld, Donna
ter Mre. and Mrs. Wlliams have syne, Craig Kunkle, RB
te been rmidl in New York 01Gi, Chris W Sally
UM h s aurtnent as Chief RXy, Candy J
Q r. and Peter Barlow, and Shar
S- and Dale Tucker.
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lb @t Metmgei Leave Five Year Old Celebrates
lt w s week was a busy timeBarbara Matl Tronso
it m- lor M-r. a.nd Mrs. I. W. Mete- daughter of Chief and Mrs.
s, Ray gr, before their departure C. Tronson of Coco Solo cell
John So d by plane t ro o bted her fifth birthday ai
z teir hote In Florida. They niveary with a party at hi
S t _been tviating their home,rday.
d4gter and -In -law, Mr. A yellow and green cole
iMIn. A. T. Marsh, of Co scheme was used In the favo
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NEW YORK. Jan. 20 (UP).-Former Kentucky Unl- m
S versity basketball player Walter Hirsch has testified that TEAM STANDINGS are schedule t.
teammate Bill Spirey agreed with a gambler to fix games TEAM- Won Lost Petm a l first appearance P Ann tn
for SI.000 each. Firemen's Insurance 5 0 1.00. e983 Bile this week. Cs t%
Hirsch taking the stand at Spivey's perjury trial. ............. 3 2 h
S In New York told of a dinner in Lexington, Kentucky, C ........... 2 2 .5 Wt le--the top tilD-
S where he, Spivey and player Jim Line met with convicted Baxter's ........ 2 2 yer ltear-l nt-
briber Jack "Zip" West. Hirsch testified all three agreed Pan iquldo ...... 0 8 .Na ed ,000 asmine St
Ste fix track. Andh
New York Assistant District Attorney Vincent O'Con- MONDY' RESULT 1952 three
nor asked Hirsch how much he would receive. Elks 11, Pan Lloded 4am -Is slated to .,
"We would get one thousand dollars each," said TUESDAY'S GAME NSa/m Hndan ..
1i rsch. "if we stayed within the point spread. If not, we Firemen's Insuramce v&. CAA.
wold get 5100.". I
Splvey Is charged with lying to a grand jury when he Monday afternoon with Pan oth horse timed un for theor j "., .-
denied ever taking part in fixing games. Liquldo still on the short end of "uts with good workouts over outlete. 8 '
Hirsch said the dinner with West was held a month the totem pole as far as pitch- 3 Sweet Patoo Morris oa e *
before the 1950-51 basketball season opened. Ing s talent Is concerned, the beer- cloked of five furlong In It the A
men went down to their al0xt1i andtff h seconds while week h6m e
successive defeat by giving the rCouqtran the Royal Palm dia tax L#ergSas. Unav-
SElks a 11 to 4 win.
:[. AtracciOn In 7-4 Win I Pan Liquido started with Mac.
"(I 7| W I Lane on the mound, but after he
hed two out In the second and
had given up three free passes.
,Over Brewers At DBalboa manager Glen Lee put himself on t
in to assume the burline task. Ilght'|
o Lee tossed two and one-third in- al .,t"
nings, was charged with the losshma
"a Last night at Balboa Stadium quested that all season tickets as well as all the eleven unsth
Brewers bo wed 7-4 to La and money be brought In for a plus 10 base hits and f sve d
tracclon. Big guns for La Atrac- final tally, on balls. h
was Jerry Halsall with a sin- The box score: The box coree.
le Ond a triple to score two runs. Brewers-- AAB R NO A ELKS-- AB H ,
Cox. ss .... 4 0 1 2 1 0 Chance. lb .......... 3 2 2
,.plFor the Brewers it was Jack aScott.3b-p 4 0 0 0 0 0 Hale. as.. .. .. .. .. .. 1 0 1 -e
lade who also hit a triple Haines. 2b 4 1 1 1 0 0 Skinner, cf........ 4 1 1 t
knocked in only one run on McOlade, J 4. 2 3 1 1 Soyster. If-c........ 4 2 2-
The Brewers collected two bC'lIn. B.. Ib-rf 4 0 2 3 0 0 Roberto. 2b ........ 4 2 0
Is n the first. one In the see- Patterson, rf.. 3 0 0 2 0 0 Herndon, Sb........ 2 1 2
d and one in the third. They cMcGlade, C.. Murphy. c .........0 0 0,.
score no more. though. as If-3b. ... 3 0 1 1 0 0 Coffe. If ..........I
Hrlle Hinz bore down and only Porcelli. p. 2 0 0 2 1 I Copello, rf.......... 2 2 1
oen more did they threaten to dCarlin.R.,lb 1 0 0 3 0 0 Cheney. p .......... 3 1 1
when they got the bases- -a1
ed in the seventh Out went Totals ..... 33 4 9 18 3 3 Totals ............ 2511 11M
Three of La Atraccion's runs Kourany.E..lf. 1 0 0 0 0 0 Salisbury. 2b-cf......3 0 0
Iq unearned but nonetheless eCardoze, cf. 2 1 1 0 0 0 Rathgaber, c........ 3 .0 0
ey scored more than the Brew- Quintero. 2b 2 0 0 1 1 0 Muller. rf-p ........ 1 0 0
4 could and took the came. Halsall lb. 3 1 2 10 0 0 Lane. p-2b-cf-rf...... 3 0 0
Letendre. 3b ..2 1 0 2 0 2 2
tomorrow night at 7:00 the Hauradou, s. 2 1 0 2 1 0 Vache.3b .......... 1 0 1
ies will clash with ourndu. fHinds, cf-rf 3 0 1 1 0 1 Kelleher. cf-lf........ 1 0 1
able starters are Larrin"ra Delgado. c. 2 1 0 4 0 1 Lee. If-p-2b ........ 2 1 0
the Chevies and Mikez for wNorieqa. rf-lf. 2 1 0 0 0 0 Jacks, lb .......... 2 1 0 5
du. Hinz. ..... 2 1 0 1 5 0 --.- .....
Totals. ............195 4 TALNG OVER fb
t'night at 7:30 a meeting will Totala .21 7 4 21 7 4 Score By Innil g otIlroM l es "om e tu6a1 ..-
held by all Twilight League aCame In to pitch for Porcelli Elks 0 0 4 7 0-1 .t that
at the Knight of Co. in 4th bReplaced C. McGlade (c) Pan Liquildo 0 1 0 3 0- 4 A=', t. w be
us hall in Balboa. it is re. left field with MGeOlade taking Sb Both teams were charged with be featherweight the
S -- and R. Carlin (d) replacing R. one error each. ., .-tl,,.d
Carlin at lb in 4th. eCame In for
Kourany in nd. fMoved over to Alm
right field. eMoved over to left, r,
field in 2nd. Runs D0tted In-J.
McGlade. B. Carlin. McGlade-P
Halgall .&. Cardoge, Letendre, .. ..,. ,-
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Bases-Herring, C. McGlade, Del-
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SHtt 1, c o Po 2 In the second game of the At-.
Sct ,Hinz S. Base on Balls off In th e of the At-... | :
--Porce~lU Scott1. Hinz '1. offlantic Pony League season, Buick b "'
-Scott. Hinz. Wild P1tine1-Par- defeated .P.O. by a swore of 29 "' .... O .
cell 4, Scott 1. Doubleplays- to 2. The game wal not u bad as
Hcen Halsall; 4, Scott 1. HDoubleplsys- the 8oore Indicates., for up until Sg, ,argarOals,4:
Car icot.Naes-B iMraf.Wn.
Can. HHits and Runs off-ai r- the last inning it was a good con. Clarke's -powel's 'dshte
celli2 and in 4 innings; Scott2 Wayne Wall, mak i irst em argaritoa
and 1 In 2; Hinz 9 and 4 In 7. startnthe Wall, makglthiuestrucktming ".of

Time of me-:46. Te hi stas of the gm fs win ofthe
we. LouidT aber with three hits rch won the. hitlb hea t
Paam ro LopanA Croft with two. for the day u, e
sctrs-ire:san Gtmn-re.h twomdoublSn '
anaAma H0 00p o. A ove -treltmsr. k
Brooks, rf ......1 1 0 0 0 self afreecase of
S.aborLo. 2b .u...of 121 ln a lonf doubleaainsth
IWinbill Tionigrt three..its rec eeon
Perkns, .. .. 3 0 0 4 OMel lttimells-the
Mauher, a ..... 2 0 0 1 era.
PANAlA PRO LEArGrI Pelt lb....... .. 1 0 60 STcore by "
P a Po oWtuLeo.. ..d0
o s STANDINGS Wht er. cf .... 20000 Powella e 9 .
TEAlti- Won Lost lacerl. If....b 3 0 0 OHarry
ubid...... 11 n .ig5h Do3eory I .... 1 0 1 0 Didaer, Cunnin .l Orawf a ag "
.Bombers .... ..10 21 4 and MecGraw; andersd-t
B anles 1 l 15 9 Hatchcockr "the.

kern; Segond Game: Bluebirds vs. banTabar, "" 0'0
Fis ae obr i a-crot, c ........ 4 4 2J 13 Twi~lflUllS',ig.,h-t--.
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PANAA PR8LEAUE.Plt l .. 1 I0-0 60I

SBaseball League teams will beLne2 0r.. ....... 4 0 o L0- -n~ 1
seen in action onnight as the two Houseif.. ..... 2 2 1 0 ,
s top teams in the leae take on -- ..-....0.. 1
U -- Floy P at ter son, the two cellar iwellera. Toal......... ei9 "g i Th Pw"0s'
l.mpc 165-pound champion In the first game It will Drob- aSeir By .laaI.g. TH" SIAN-IN"-
of Drolnhas won four abl be Fernando Osorlo against C.P.O. O001 0 1 -2 4Pwls ae-
inralght fhts as a pr o. Bill Hookenbury. In the second TICK 4 2 0 1 (13)-20 htlaiite TS Baakithi l
same, it ls expected to be Cookle 0tt b -Wall ,b ,,,se
(N A) Stemmel against Pat 8o~ntlebury. 4, ,WaScr5b Oln- r b'ts _
en D* Fcn .-q0 o 2. Brse oit.--i P e Wen a1 t a -owell',
,kiza ., w nig r... PU 1 .760 ,
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kt munian Gun Club Notes

itd e League 0f tA L. U tWll....,g f ,"
....Y, AI' STOP posted '10. Al J*9.,
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T STANDING The bigbore rie hboot held at wr Al
)i..' BA,. VBm LtPelt r Fan Sunday turned out to lSt tOne over Mte
"- .. ..$ 0 IM s a neck and neck battle, both his 17 could not e a on
_i-1 .. .. I 1 u for individual and team honors. the ialboa tan I arm W
1..1.... 1 2 .333 TheIS LOSAmigos tepm eked out an p e mal mSo.
AnA 2 two point victory over the mintch
SG EBalboa Gun Club team, 745 to woldd not etunt 1or
S--m- .. -G -- 743. as both teams outclassed Al' 187 wd havew
it. ? As the Amig 3 pot aead
SwL Twe aM t t ama up oBal 4 f
Ng"" TbS boa Ounl Club shooters. who are It wea.alswIert
aed k& OWy^.? also Inadividual NBA mebe, ad that. .
St St .this would seem to beomt uatera.
Saturdsay(9:36 ALM .): Fr of a moral victory for the Ba9- wbuld alwa rages -saa
at. a :. q, b Gun Club and thelt bigbore ammul ,Vwa
vs. Twb ity a Tak3 rifle program after all. Old Man dl the
,lm The competition for third limbered trnuIy
__ *BTwaI Cit, 7 ra 3* Place war just as tight, as Cris- fired the. eonga. It4laB
SttTwin City Rookle made it twoLo fired 720 to beat the Rod- said he* that ji at -0
st' aght In then Isthma tlema "nMarines two points. The out th.1 rut h. bat
b oMarine team capable of at but he sh fallt ltof
M 6 K epwe1 tr l east twenty points higer than extent of his- 1de ai
V.- rd went the dirnee for this, s they have always been will be fouad In the
-thevictors with a eix-. i .t effort among the top .30-0 shooters scores below. ufftice It. e ,
I Alfred Bowen dthel l City n these part but Sunday just it was not worthy of belag
-Fhqz. Rookies to two hatd but was the wasn't W Ir day. eluded in these piwagrphs.
o nwov victim of his ,o w SldneMs. DBill ffray seemed to be re- The sats:
IfMl III, M atlel covered from lat Sunday's
as o Ifll Blues hiMt tf win colnnslum p si he psted a 31 out of ASIGOS OGUN CLUB
. ith an 11-9 de n over Man 1 o~Ible to take fltt place
ceo at Santa Cru. award. He dropped our. points Seow. 2agM "tL
B. Brown was the winning In hi first five shota, then set- ill Jaffray 5, 1 5 1
hurler with a usiz-er. joeaia tied down and went clesm, for PFred Wl s 138
was taned with the defeat wi the nat 24.. In takljg 6t1nd Jack1 a 1M 1
a s h -hitter. Jackl of Mouitel .l M/t. James oa... l- Virgil w1haIm SI 1-
10 o stole batting honors with a w praeucay the same t
single and a doublein two ol- t n in racking up_ a 100 iay Team Total ,
,c "aI t a Icl to the plate. has been Isthmian bi ...
e .Reds iUl uies 3I champion for the past two years, BALBOA GWN CLUB
In best played name of the Unofficial In 1951. and officially j a lB Ba1ley S 7M 6 US
,o.. oun' l on, Fergus Red Chad- When he took the Cabal Zone wan e le a 5
S. ..l luea. 3 to at Bo. Reglattred ChAmpionship a year A. urner 4 1 I
W. Lord wa4 the witn2 hurl- ago. Bailey Ia the local Armnned Mel Willard 52 130
S Jwithastunnmnftwo-hitter. C. Service Champion. hinh won -
Swent the distance for the l title over a rugged military Team Total 1W4
with a seven-ht, effort. e course bt fire several months
Whittikjer, 2-4: H. Brown, -4: ago. C'ISTOBAL GUN CLUB
..d"'AllanGOayle, 2-4. were the R. R. Waters of the Rodman ,. .
t Rules for the Icters. Marines pressed the winners John Bytd 4 13 9 ,.
7. Tw City BekIe 1s, clow as ahe fired a neat 16. Jule otter U 127
'MeT eell 11 Waters' score was fired early in Joeph. Cote 47 131
.I ; -adli.aTwin OtBCity the .tch and gave the b I. O'Connell 52 1 I
oA Mad to hustle to shake something to sht at. Fred -
Nthe.. C 1 0 o sr"e at Red Tank.1
4" ., h" 0 Os ser. WaidasonR. 5 1eW 55
onh 111 inI cOmhted 0 0. Tucker 50 1N6
000 =3i6: U 0.mG "i..dead..W nOverA. C. F. c. Thama 1 s,15
CaT B DA .2- -2 itte1111 wft I. Team Total 11
f.i.& 'aW a .. ... 24 e 1 4l Sl_ .R.- BoIlder. 3-4;, V. Balboa closed out the aso
.: Murl2-3: Mand in a winni fashion ls I RI nDIIDUAL.
lt owe-t buds h. _.," I* w an they took' measure of
,-v ^ ---,--, rtha_ 8.0o. 0a -O 1 4 .. ...e- I A. C.bea. .t.aemAl Ace 13 -I 'AI
f Fi ears ftae .0 0 0 5.4. 6 4 thrilling ove5t. t .4537. To 4 12 I3
P L h A (2*B Thll gives Mar retara P. Anderson 52 124 18
Do -of two anMd.Sevn I Pme. eA rkins at 21 4 f1

the ,-" wirth lees, half a wilno qed I S. ,i
,left to go. At point ,-ear ,t

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outSt ebe Jhe aeng" per',od I and t resad fSa
R a7 wNs, t Ra icklaher to be the eompettQ,5 can only bet
S. ot ime ed as" 3e n I .e
h s he made all three bt the aal- or
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IT. b M SWe l 2- a i Ocar owrany addlesa d o, i to the .
i st f. a r en ^ otw U the plate .a amIt losIg a se, but by thatt i
w 4 hemsp a* d third, time It wag too late and the
ton o. St Jth n Duld wereu able to frese out I
B"two e re ow TyfbuldbtT "' -Billy In the pregmInary aaie. I I t
M e .- Th m .p. -. .. Balboa sophomorer were t I
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-Hundreds of Isthmian resi- "Let the people know thetruth a the r d he couni safe" Abraham ucoh. '
' rts were P wakened early this s
ornng by. one of the sharpest TWENTY-EIGHIH YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., O 1953 S
sa thquakes of recent monthsR.. 592'lru
SThe temblor was rated at in-
t fity IV on the Modified Mer-
a Scale which signifies that
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ions awakened and was ac- f
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,l1c Branch at Balboa Heightsl
dlboyy damage.S 9/ Puzze Man In Sfi
..2"h earthquake began at 4:43 .T
o'clock and lasted for four mi- BONN, Jan. 20 (UP)-British- to grab power, U.S. diplomats Euler added that the charges tri"o
s. The shock was strongly U.S. revelations of new Nazi Joined the move ar.d released were all-the more to be suspdot- b bIi3
ftgteted on the seismographs moves in West Germany brought an opinion survey showing a ed because they were timed with fro t
attBalboa Heights. bitter protests from political resurgence of Nazism. the Inauguration of a new ad- TIlWA R l Cuba.
SIt was estimated that the epi- leaders today while the whole Chancellor Konrad Adenauer ministration in Wash La o
carter was about 40 miles from affair to the man on the street went on the air last night and Other Allied d. sugar
Wlboa Heights. remained puzzling, angrily denied danger of a Nazi praised by the move; # Wared' w s- -.4 duWie w
'The quake was generally feltn eBrit nts ood revival. He charged the British- whetherthehU.S. Na. a rMpott of u
en across the Isthmlanti id re- in three cities last week and U.S. action was splitting the might not have had d far grat- 3* A. t Divlsio
d that many were awaken- arrested seven former az of- European defense front, er effect than intended..
0mkdrEarlier in the day, he caled Th4 U. S. StatesDep?.Ament"sugar
ficials on charges of plotting in British newsmen and said survey of some 1,200 0erman An ad alk ,..ilon hiking tract.
the anti-Nazi campaign might were apparently not int ed P a t ta for em- The
$245 000 AppL Bi endanger ratification of the for general release bt edn .e bought
arent LOW neace and European army treat- Into the b hands of new act w a A m o tret
les. The average German does not tu d to A mbly bought
Late last night Adenauer met believe the seven former Nasl y wWtd by Preident Jose A. alon.
P D i S h I lBuilding with leaders of his Christian officials arrested by tee British emtn. arens
n or o 0 C O0 UI Democratic Union (CDUJ party had any chance of Oivertrow- .
and discussed the UJ. British Ing the West German goverM T Der
o actionment~~m *tract .pi
Members of the two rightist of ent 1 t.0(
_Gieneral Contractors Co., Inc., the work included Industrias parties participating in the gov- 'Seven men can't do much 3 .O come p g
r iaftla City, was apparent Unidas, S. A., Tucker McClure, ernment coalition were equally against the govTrnment. with t' gV-OU
der for the Paraiso school Macco-Panpacific, Inc., and Fra- vocal in their protests. almost 20 Allied divisions In in t, $1 000 pw
ction work which in- morco. Parliamentary deputy August Germany," said -Frankfurt but- 3 a ; 2n06ra 1.0I 100-o
es rough grading, construe- 'The bids for the construction Martin Euler of the Free Ger- che Hans Mueller. was t per centt tIh W' rates
of two school buildings, and of the two rain buildings rang- man Party (FDP) said the M 0nlch businessman Erich are per cent,
rations to the existing school ed from the low bid entered by charges harmed the governing Schmildt asked ou bit the -
l g. cGeneral Contractors up to $227,- parties and were not a correct Brittish ftr ourr tyand ouleetlion of tasee il l ce
.ne local construction firms 609. t devaluation of the Nazi situa- are trying to udour thatubmauw l
red bids. The bids on the school build- tion. cpmpetititon?" be upoto 'pay both I
1he offer entered by General ing project were opened at 10 -- on year's coe n the
tractors for the entire proj- a.m. today in the Board Room "prob income' for 1 .-
totaled approximately $245,- of the Administration Buildingbaf
o at Balboa Heights. Thin measure w* _. Effect
e firm entered a bid of Col. Craig Smyser, engineering tmployeas, how reer, w a their P
100 foi the construction of and construction director, cop- Income taxm.,lWi hOlWt d on_ nte
elementary and kinder- tracting officer for the Canal the pty-as-yo g,..l.nb
buildings; $31,565 for the who opened the bids, announced -.
ions to the existing build- that the successful bidder will
and $28,267 for the rough be notified as spon as an analys- ca
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,'T he larger of the two buildings
W iie constructed under the con-
will be a two-story masonry
'-t g to be used as an ele-
school. The smaller
ding, also masonry, will be
i i-d as a kindergarten. .
HI,-The elementary school will be
a. $Wo-story building with six
lasrooms on each floor.
SA classrooms will have double
S.popures with entrances from
Ie porches or covered passage-

Although the bids were divid-
ed into four main items, the a-
ward for tQe work is to be made
to one general contractor.

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The new kindergarten will be The Canal Zone Emergency REDS ARE LAD "'RE HONE-
- idhe-story building with large Legislative and Finance Comit- pols, Mino, twin 1st Lenante~5 Jmohn a
lUitng doors. It will be divided tee will advance funds to its strate an aelat maneuver that gave C mnan
ft7-two parts to provide for chairman, Rufus Lovelady, to headaches while the twins flew F-w Sabsft
ipaarate classrooms, spend one week in Washington S1st Fighter Interceptor Wing, in Ko e. Bo
to seek iegal aid in the em- c mpleted 100 combat missions, both wot i
1"ae new buildings will be con- ployes' rent protest case. Cross, the Air Medal with two dchuers., 1
i to the existing building Lovelady was authorized yes- and the Syamgna'Rhe. i
iflh. covered passageways. terday at a meeting held in the
" The present school building Gamboa Civic Center when the
Sbe extensively altered. The suggestion of a special commit- C
t ment area will be paved to tee was approved by the general COm pany Law
irde space for various school committee.
tles other than classroom
He will contact several attor-
iar e amount of grading in neys. among whom are Emmett
will be required. O'Neal ana Daniel J. Flood, bothTo American Chauff
fFer firm. entering offers for representatives, William J. Hus-
ton, and a former Canal Zone -- o--
A district Judge, James Lenihan, Attorneys for the Panama Ca- Canal
So r to discuss with them the possi- nal Company filed a 7000-word charged
M i. Dou gherys billty of representing the rent brief in TIS District Court yes- jurisdict
IdU group. terday in support of their de- the actic
murrer to the complaint of 23 Eberly a
Culiclion Upheld Lovelady, who plans to leave American chauffeurs and heavy sending
dJ Feb. 1 for Washington to attend equipment operators who have chauffeur
a three-day conference of the sought an injunction to prevent portatior
American Federation of Govern- their replacement by local rate
Sent Employes of which he is em loyes.
The conviction of Mrs. Chevil- a national vice-president, will e petition of E. N. Eberly, Bobb
lette-R. Dougherty, an airman's make a complete report to the John B. Bombeck and 21 other
wife. for disturbing'the peace in rent committee when he re- complainants was challenged on TO Rc
the Albrook Air Force Base dis- turns. The next scheduled meet- a number: of grounds, including
q onary was upheld yesterday ing of the CZELFC will be a claim that a US Court cannot Par
afternoon in the U.S. District March 4. ror t It p an in-
Court by Judge Guthrie F. Crowe. During last night's meeting, ptru2tality for enforcing the Bobby
The 35-year-old American de- which was well attended by provisions-of a treaty with a for- pokema
feadant appealed a $25 fine im- members. Lqvelady was also eign nation. This, it is claimed, p11 8t
d-by the Balboa Magistrate asked to appoint a publicity is a political question. erit
SOctober when she was found committee to contact the news- inereas
tallty of making loud and un- papers in nis absence. (The chauffeurs claimed that to Gorrg
Usual noise and by tumultuous Bobby,
and offensive.conduct in the dis- 'their dismissal and replacement baseball
.a b h Blockade R r local-rate personnel was InaIn.
MIrs.Dougherty was represent- Blockade Runner contrary to the provisions of the : ise
ed in her appeal by attorney ,Treeaty f fc36 between Panama Insil
John 0. Collins. Acting District laU .m,- Wwt and the United States.
Attorney Kay Fisher presented S Wi tuh rV The brief claims that there Is wie and
the government'ss case. A nothing in a notL attached to bi.
In passing judgment. Judge I n il the treatv -which would pre-
Crowe said he find no apparent ranian il clude the alleged replacement of Bridg
malice or conspiracy on the part the plaintiffs by citizens of Pa-
of the five witnesses, most of ABADAN Iran. Jan. 20 iUPI- nama or any other individuals StorI
them Alt Force personnel, against An Italian tanker, the 3.457-ton at a lower rate of pay."
the defendant, as was charged t Miriella. cleared this Persian Also, tLhe brief challenger the A* S
court by Collins. He also pointeA Gulf Dort today with a cargo of standing of the plaintiffs to as- -
out that according to medical crude oil in an attempt to run sert treaty-note violation, ad- WA*~3
testimony offered in court Mrs. the *British blockade of "hot" ding; "Only the Republic of Pa- Dwigh
Dougherty was not in a state of Iranian oil. nama would have standing to an old f
aeek but under the influence of Britain contends that the oil, assert such i, violation." ner whei
liquor at the time of the inci- expropriated along with all An- presidqu
dent, which resulted in charges glo-Iranian Oil Co. Installations Fred M.
against her. and concessions and nationalized Notice To Pilots: -
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transfer until a settlement is JOHANNESBURO. South Afri- bridfle p
Sweep Elections reached with the Iranian governs-ca, Jan. 30 (UP)-The govern- awd
P ment. ment warned South African a '*- ot d&
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er of Honduran registry to run being attached by lions. d tfor
the British bl ockade brought the The civil javiaton divlon .
TMALA CITY. Jan. 20- vessel,. the Rose Marv. Into Brit-: cautioned air crews using tbi e
OUatemalar's weekend Ish custody in the port of Aden: Mali-Mala airfield in 'WWnWas
have given the 56-man where a court upheld Brltainas Transvaal that bands Of 1104s b" In:
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