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The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/00262
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Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: 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 rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00262
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record from Rio .e "-- Paf5ldent Elaenhower's salary It called this a small
o uere,. t .br h --..[ commialon said today that Co., pay -foi "the advanceme
hour Babre, the s ame. g reme are grossly underatld" public Interest which h
which ret aco a Ael and lould vote themselves a It said the present I
Fo0 e. rm'es Antoenl $12, 0pay raise to $27,5000 a ries not only drive co
Id. ou muie tom 5"i. An_ offlclala into private em
roo"' .et.ino s.ma1n .n It ilso unanimously recom- but tend "to confine t
,ur,- .or wto,,h, mended, Ba hikes of $0,(d portant positions to Ix
SeU' I atSes r TL'V. .each for e Vice PTresidentand lndepenten wealth 01
Ter. i ~ .. .lo l Speakek.of the House, and salary earnngs.
loard the night now. boost racing from $12,500 to
l-esrU _l Le in i, itl- $1, ir r overworkedd "The dangers" of the
m s. *Se SUZN are tavlit" and po ly Vtd" Federal judges. observed, "are too obi
4 t gd th eta 9stmat Their I-man commission esti- comment."
e exactly somethingg The proposed revisions in pay scales:
e d -- S0,P.aeers have lresent
rlner, tln Comejet alary proposed
airliner, *h h hbeen flytg Viceresldent & Speaker .......$30,000 4,000
o. yar. wlhe Bitau Senad B ndHouse members.... 15000 () 27,500
r~~0Con& je. ,,gherin&l wac- Asocite' Bupreme Court Justices 25,000 39,500
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[ .i/,B V''PANM JOM, Korea, Jan. 15 '' "
( )-The Communists accus-
87, 0,703. bd tthe _Unlted Nations today of T ho ugP wlg
in ter i sump Cln of stalled Korean peace
. serae.m con erene negotiations. . .---. -- ...
low SR&la- Fairly st r o n ga statements
om milart those of the last few WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 (UP) The United
weekss ofthe prelifinar.y con- tin C.
I eren ee. othi orefiau onU. tions Command will accept return of Korean war e
Hrsonutside b -a1kout were made by the Reds owners ahead of schedule and then, free them Jan. a
r ~ bh s es. Anierican officials predicted today.
latter, it ti,. dU.,~reenttativeFdwin Mar- The two-way action is being planned, it was so
ous for ON TA ITDOWN rs. ar wson munists d not repeat the r in spite of the possibility that the Communist rect

vious$10,000 or to the United states by Arthur dom," one informant said "There has ben n h a
and her son. rraS ear left), brought their own chairs to charge "per n South might be "violent and messy.
school as they staged town strike In a school at Half Day, Koreas ase or ,0 an- "We will accept the ion f l
Ill. The boy was ed rom school for extended absence ommut North Korean pris- prisoners formerly
His,mother clManed boy was sick but the teacher said lhe owners last une. line with India's decision to turn them back to i tinall
abenea we because he went hunting.The. "perdy" charge, made on Ths fear was underlned when T aya said he a
nr f ir r. r 16. w viewed as annnsult. ysrnt advanceof the Jan. 22 deadline for the a nab
00ecret e nited te en to the United States by Arthur da os cone informant said. "There has been to hndo

1000 HArm cr o t' y e ons be reU.N.negtmorrow. rom Ina move to rern the come me' ne
board, D. Johnsons tak- Gv. John bold th y took e l the samer in our position tscheare ento p itledto freedom o

1,5 Ing a days o p- to tea fue ohe US. pporion athe had yesterday r. orinal capr e
14,500 Mar the second meeting ning at midnight Jan. 22."
laks Local ,u l l el be deed tonht at. his.n sal that removal of There was some apprehension in official qau
14 ,5h v -- t Ae --ie os -i-tt- the Inst ts" could be a o- t trouble might ept when India turns over the
1 -4, nt h" "plished at secret meetings. oners next Wednesday or warf ill'
13,000.Ober Membqrs .. Due On Group's Sfalm proposal and twisted that three days later.,fi y4
12j500 Until the panama C&, board Whether or -not to released te liaison officers discuss Orgly
of directors convenes 'Tusday the reply w11ch Mrs. Princes the date'-for resumption of the This fear was underlined when Thimayya said he wa g
morectfoson their suart her eLongmoye rledent of the negotiations. .Gn. Matthew B. Ridgway, Army ing the prisoners b
meeting, U-ter secret ely of the United States ltn A8oth1 At the same time the Reds pro- chief of staff, warned that "seri- commission was unab
Army, aln4 chairman of the elation receive yesterday froiposed bethatreofUllsale negotlr ow. fs conseuenc move tomigheiSten comeu tSome, -inm.t "to ondle f
board,A- vJohnSeybold thea the same ]rsoners ahead of schedule to prisoners.
ing a. fey days of frq=. pres- gird to the ,;atue ofthe US ,1, 0os on t hbe'y had yesterday" the.Or glnal captor- "e&
dusgg 4uL .ewf-d be de 4ed tonight at.,, n Mart"n. mI. "TherePeF re~a hiih he did n F1 dI e
.;nothe ap c ve goxm' tteV me h h it ts.,ard t1 a t ,

Or 4)1 anba lw Z v :1 at 1ne.6n Fh .:s -. Feuag we to wreak s te armI.a nun pas
a --o al i.U Cla signed last July. nstructionligy
h'I lf prorer I the TUB one other high-ranking ad-but he said earlier the
e ea*r.D A rourt ortethe Ch6naI Four PC board membersare M rLonore said today de tribUt
-:'_ healer. D.t..i. O.rt forl thevCan al PC board members are Mw! Loagmore said today "I sTh, I.. U.--II ministration officials take a less were geared to distribute'
h r. ttone2 noon t be revised and oheduled to arrive over the am Very pleased wes receivedmgloomy view.Althogh they eelrsoners wihin 48 our
*r5t S efor. e the SanM tion d t was learned to- week-end and Monday to at- the reply," but she said she .the communists w causemt heir release.
en..ve.th elt hazIa I an y. tend the meeting which opens would father wait for tw bom- NEW YORK, Jan. 15 (UP) trouble, the ooe ohesulm The Communlts till
S emovethei air Tuesday morning t Balboa mntte- to decide whether the The Civil Aeronautics Admnimas- keany or move to resu net announced what tbey
Sa o e .rwe has Heal its contends should be released for traionbegan an investigation the war t n e Wt .
*5 j n l ldmA first aa thae rating piece and sou. the assistance, of the Ca- ney are Karl L. Bendetaen, pubhUcaioree ased atoei f adMeaonwhile at Panmunjioi, N" .'se f
i Oo dr punk It to the bottom weth-amnaltZone Bar Association in the CominginrfromtMiamierlytondstar-Ardeci-eithrodfreshoul'ai most severe critic applaud
Shb N o od aroved the p r seem n teys d te sofan aadvis ofr a m o ar v o to ewa tpr mp e tedio s coiors to ote turn ort 1 A mwI a ao n d t o s A
d after. L it work ant d requested that the, ,, morning-- Maj Gen e n ore wasprompte e ed r t a nt-Communst Cel
g e obiete t n onldy aru d t pe ie Jt erdand. cAlaan, r l a chy former PC to o mtsltter to the Gov- h personal plane in ahair-raising 20 ante In s t pro- thi e BrisMane.s o
cr aiobbn strip. ed to kknw wh e the e w h a e in drawing the new rules. a Governor, and a te o E rmafter she baredd sneen over ontrol ow e o the Nations Co Hand, h7..N.. tedr
nnthe.o tmgt ahd awng te .h wow hfuddg e sre d, Jram tod the r nmtaLine; A ndeRear f rnt ifn the taI the CAss 4 finds Godfrey dno h rean of ten hister rease a an. e

S Gobem asterad i .N Thg sopi Mhe Ceowsdrit judge Edward M. Altman, chair- Ad mri'. 1o ard. Byrd, new m Heightse en at lrat e u asei- Ntao lytee" ea -ftdo unc Ted wh oiatn R ahn
A lbtppr. oras t .Ei t rough..ome .sanane.Dar id.arkaofan Wxm-i.sepeer oardeonhWIZeneortaolaet&rHateGCommunns""- 'an dhestee on Ta se d o
lth roun mmn David 3, Markuion andmo ~. ehe boar of hec- mi DC-.l it eould recommend to Ae action against hem ,io f etresionoren p e a
nto plote the- tAir P. e. Woodrow De Castro as members, to wo s exeten y mil1 p0ort on wage dlfferen- fine of u t l$1000 and suspen- o I a "e l" the conference decides their ate
group i Ias on a LA I A'io, G p .mes of- the oozpmtltee to aid theP laie Monday Mo hlens. ..twa enoon n so r Thim atin-ia eptr
tain Ddh m. of labor ad atrrcivic e us eondo ree. -aey f Lthmh en le. e o -bionh
Sdesfpono Uetour. augroa4gndrouisan do.
S. -- Revision should require about to th S the e nd n three thr anes on Chairma the Nands expealand ned his can s ater- w
the-t e se-- ,in gntwo weeks, the Judge said today. ArM. to handle Panama Ca-GofedAeet aiernlas thuendl a onRearano fthe n
a a base o .:-- This mornn the Judge alsonal affairs, Edward A. Bacon UCA president asked lent last Thursday was delibe- Nats Repatriation

sthwi b lil sento to the Secretary ot Younh said hise office would The Indians Indicated the y Judgment by defa 11. wa.
into rleld appointed members of an exam-is ep d to arrive on the the eno to set forth his e andaid anyone who thinks n announced yesterday t granted trc Cour
....,ing .Itwas Is nuts." He blamedoaall; unrepatrlated prisonerswo, ,..

n a tb. W Ion ether the council coast-rut o n no oede odl ml the court to consider ap- This is his second trip here, oye
.e twoa neael *fr" ,. a series of lynby committee ownamedoannual-Isthmps tomorrow morning, and 'anticted re- strong cross-wind for the un.x-be returned to the s i d e that-"I."as cha-rran and execui
toof0IRAeIVa motonrof- plcations -of attorneys desiring but his first since his new ips with our Assocla- pee antics of his prlne.. captured them on Jan. 20, three agent the comm,;sion an-
tn e admission to the privilege f appoten. Bacon was pre- ton he letternor was ndorsedply Any action ainst Godfr day and wait fore the date the e locks divion,
Il craft 'will prg ts to 've o to their orgaexpennizatses would for the Port ofNew Yorkties were scheduled to be r not appear to defend
iaxng an acting before the Court. viously herp lastSeptemer for by t membership at a pro- authority, sent the CA' a for- leased as civilians. m e o

SS temt Amera o laour irb- Marilyn was, hfm tlesr a we L ittee, named on rec- ut e.. .o ..... a wuoed bp Laner m s
S r nddr, I haTommia.t en Dadagoo hnere a sleeknfuttin chocolate brown etesteetin held last atur-matended to charge ate yesterdaytht An ndian sore said Thi co an rs
or t wedding wth a wht ermine coar ly, both of them ushed elated federal regu ma teded toreturn the to he custody" of thel .
1gnto ' Goarden." a W. J. She oridan, Jr. L. S. Car o aT d tionsIn flying his plane care- prisoners n x t WeneI a
pnamanian bh, Rpob,,.T him& delegation to rington, Charles A. Garcia and [*TAO ow afternoon, membeft lesilv and recklessly." even If Gen. John E. Hull, U.N. |_....______""
on the follwingmoeenorranandMr-Woodrow De Castro. S datBurdtoay,-rJan. 16 Glass saia Godfrey not only commander, declares his In-
Se o ll t Atlantic side control tower person tentlon to free them instead I
Scol wts tiched- N a m e d as alternates were-High Low dI' day night the regular.
tS *fo ,olfor e mr- io CityJrudg e edward hi Altman and 101s. M. 7:29 a.m. of theexecutive lucg for covey caused a cou on

SLvPried in J clod ius ceremoYly endangered ah pd the. weesae ofor lThcd, y, let's get th a l F.cannon.are dr-ven
n A V-. ..:he M. d oidozens of persons on the ground the U.N. and Communist c owner's wile Geneva I
Ln ov' e"Pme'I at thism eet that a ard in three other planes on the ma nds explaining his unilater- ,I
Love. Pcdm be smb runway. al decision, waned that an Yesterday th
"ny .willbmd .a Glass sent his protest to Caetmove to ILerate the men. the weany's representative
who o not letters protest- O t' been taed waa W. Young, regional adin- the eace conference s held la rd

ft-rterthe abot for ome time.". Longore's excluintrator for the CAA. wouldmanagedviolate the truce.et out that the cn ha
"leeee ntved t Alpo oo.ad to em tllt OfsInvestigate the case and make a were especially concerned 1aut granted to assume

SAfar-a C : "e a sh th homi fabot a asOr~J ,Tedc.o depenerdos o the Cea o woud ioaeth re .. _
a .' .,.o, sentt to' the ec dM rretary|d Young said hsI i d- and Woe ould bo The Ida indica ted they audgment. a iia
an Th Sme dcis ion depends rcommendation.to the Civil Ae- the possibility Hull wo lId r efuseyerday aot ai.t Glen/ raeon,
on ether the couil -ronautics Board in Wasington.to accept the prisoners We on. a ra. empoye

1Letsh.aR I ea was uned W t. _-.
SeAN An. 15 (LP) eited it happy to talk about workinic In the movies, b. a-tlonal Serv 0hre It.
CHM a ---Movle Mlyn Monroe. the event. I'm looking forward to being a pany by of
h us"011"AmercaI J I: rl be- Marilyn was haes and wo arel oewfe, to. o.wneb inu _
yor r.tsi avei- ry 4. inm weddingaa wu 4& witetern collar. I ,bot of them flushed cl
auook Aiitm- a.m 1- The former New York Yankee anfuso and'. ,1MR. iGrdon, who wag dtv a _ru.
aThe t ,a110tj 610 11&1 ii. areat Wore a conservative blue ured:- 'Sure there's going
"l1-shte1.a -suitM..a !Dolkiot ie.be fazanly." rozal atDec.
__e____ein __0__ tha ou_ e aoorp 1e aud s and-rre* -p ueesto the ni
w._-th fru-. t.'ez ,, amed sw he told 1 .On 1L.f fromn the Judgis' as helawp
NewKee In a clsed .mou./had planed the. we. ng forl jed, let's get thI Fincannon car, drive
O M _-it eCharl_ whrae..ille ai 'rus, wi-w It h itiboutw, 41 o 1 cro% attempted to jam..

0niy 14.'i *les "It in'tna jajudgment, o ted a the s thewiany'serepresentatve,
.ust Whosfter the aewl n '._ - /.t for sonp time." .ew of then&managed togt- court tat te con -h
WhalledaeuaaiywIsitAl. i Q J eu Marriage 'W said they pIpaued to go on a goehwe thitou&,h a small w- elected to assume
zpno Con'ec.tok b,_, V L a *$ h0cPI on- about 10. a the ceremony was n I thecarona, total-,
on an yeu~alkm 41 ii b 1nle &I r, day-beore his business da- and one man boosted
b"Aai-mimands take h t o New York. tu o and peeked through c w apilleul,
so".,e !n Ito .the car an I takeof he 1 charge. La On

a.chtLnand Joe's old field boss. With the Preldent In his office are (left to right)-: lit Lt. 3dward Schowalter, Jr., M.- attr a :
L:,. O'Doul.x-anaer of A.:LcW aak. Wt Russell. Ky., P_ I ^ !Aowr &Ad 111.NWj" cate

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va, E rovaNcs.,.e d ad lea o" By VICTOR IESEL .l -e
Ia vOUR lORUM THI HIADIRS OWN COIWMN Everybody is talking depression
-except the experts. These Wash-
ington veterans, who've been sa a7 I bormatin
Around long enough to prepare the matr odw'srap n
A I Bin Delano Roosevelt and Harry S.
Truman and who now are sending Big$ eDe
o- to President Eisenhower the loE d tis p tinu
DOES A YOUTH GROUP WANT SOME.BOOKI? data on which sweeping govern- na o had ab
ment poicie are based, see no @iei ot lL5"l0-o-ha in
.depression. Not even any alarm- a t
ingly serious recession. to ubmit -to Am
believe t or not. there was a time when the younger people. Their confidential emos have n o declsioa. er, wo
ore the days of radio and television, avidly read books in order told the Presidnta sers in the on hs report
7re "their share of imaginative adventure and romance. told the President's advisers In tnhetho a. mi ,
an Weil r member hiding In the barn In order to prevent ee ct o untiny a onem y ro 'iDn l. ep tig o o.%
t interrupting my reading of the "Adventures of Young expect mo unemployment re y onferti
c rm d tont thfewxda tthisi ont. oBto
and "Dead-Eye Dick," which, for some unfathomable during the neeot six months. B es, ym o manr la h
were supposed to be bad for us although these lurid stories Juswftly tenation make will have to movr some 3.- thfoe, whe, et w
It e us that the criminal was always killed and the hero al- s0 i0y to0f make work for some 3.- o a t1 112
a Sietd the heroine and the oppressed. and was always a ot 1o6e,,ae to4f.t0 *0r0l oso
cien. Marching with the heroes of the books by Henty orst. H
Sir Walter Scott. I enjoyed the thrills of participating i Then say these skilled special- ver a Sa
andb of -years of history', with the famous conqUterors and ists, the latterpart of 1954 will seeWell, ou e A 't blae that o
era of thi eworid. Horatio Alger books taught me that the lra rto wilwl anth Dea tratsS P itup D)I- h
"Frank Marriwell" and "Tom Swift" and similar here a finite upturn by next fall or aer tim
o I a definite upturn by next fall orti
s took me with them on all sorts of adventures that Oven winter at the latest. EADLINES AND POOTNOTE o ad
space-shiD-comiCs of today still cannot equal. I even ad-ne
turned all over the world with the young English hero "Jack Thi comes from the men whoe el wet
away not been rushed into public year. ork'a Gee. Tom D ewe ico
Then along came my children and grandchildren, with a new end statements or predictions. It I to havie bet o
t book-heroes. As these children gran ren grewcomes from sensitive men who er iel L ar lee
and departed I found that they had left many of their books know that while 3,5000,000 will i d. 0- reas
man, oit
It think should be made available to other yotungater3 to read, be looking for work, close to 60,g o bhas reminded them that hs al
iad of being discarded. However. I have not discovered on 000,o00 men and women will be n, eearetary of Labor Mitchell tm-
I t1mus any libraries or. outh organizations that seem to bringing home money for the gro- the bo rDe t aa
Are there not some Boy Scout Headquarters or Cub Scout cr a te o hles and scores of tlious o Tar .w e u can, cra
".of auto mo)les and scores of thous.
Dens or organizations for boy or g that do have a library or hands of new homes. i ad re nao ga t
2eadg room In which they woqld like to have such books aval- S ea
ble? If there are no such organize.ti, rent tee t-h w he boui, om. Secretary of state

ae mh 3sur eu 4 S tue t hBeneon ae a byat w at a. r er
Idul y moungsters who would lovIe to havep such books to read? end 0of the shooting war, jobless- apetorUna
-, par Red Tank or Frilole made of a set of World Encyclopedia between cutback in military eA, w h rdn was e .

n okw that ware absolute new bUt had not been used for years iersand thela n sunch ing o oho u ndred 7 wa~ t ~i~ b. o I
roudmy ow houtbok e l oDomillion UleSmn dollar'construg on pali bur__ .hn bth bor ar o tied o it
arnal ye ow hmb v cots. Night shifts are now bein -g- lut ovorse, at the rili s .p huter wh
o if you or anyone can-tell me who would like the following elimin nated in many plt a an nd ot is e omna e ds o e ras l orat
Sinh lish I will be .glad to make them available workers with low seniority are be, .. hea iee l aesp
here are nine books about iDave Da waon being a Co- lnghurt. Sudden lack of need for s and would upat w e
ad oeing at Dunkirk, on mission at teuanfront, fy- speedy production and the end ofe a Sen. Joe McCarthy is t loger
tnth the eing a Tigers. s and at O adalhcn al. combat losses of fighter aircraftSo c t y as thy Is atnlo g h

'Use tote 15co or reIda O .tllcallr. U r.le tie have aurs in t hat field eO a oa o as e RtUiR c aotov ineloeson r the l-ohn. who has been Apering be
sol e F r books tell Ohfeo aagainstcuncle amIrn the hasve caused of sngrin ao hind thCe bess's back. oim tr, d ta s

Canal Zone and of adventures on the Coombia River in Mexico Overtime is din isappear s ing to all but o lc- ison on t roatRio C l t con i .
are othne o i pines me m v, the restricted weapons field. We p r e l travnse the the rval hunters, wh
1Mfteen Nobsey Twins" Books. take this boy and girl pair in need fewer jeep and trucks be. Fces transfer to the rival spyn. 1 Ja bel
rulpn roghtoy shops, adventures 'home and school, on cause combat is over -and a$140, rs a ntiond o a ts e poe in e t here isth e i a Aofin
ua" I n 000,000 orth of Irt havej 1 -discove es e that oI in freshgOUt of ai entiMenreat t0, l te Prr ehe ot The anzinga e tn ss. Te ol-. le IM
Lbo ,I nu ,l n hl g i to a d Pertl on o k ta ti s oro m atde w it eiumdern thi tyulte prla d:orae, thoude al onat e ,

T om SSwit"desis hhocsnthsree' eeta bs b is as ropem tresh 0ik h mat Oen, a8lit mttr YOu owgo.i routs up.proh reaig over
Shandkeithiefs again a tuIgho i Uos one dink, even thegentle- under yaour t t I t la w sts l e won't ar
Six boks.tell us-of "Mari d ."in business" and as an edit-hve no detectable .old na the ,ien kiss tr 'o or r r s thae Haof ant.emJtm f b

i:o^st-ag oS r ai o, thta Ie As a efr e tw e od h v to o r.boo to aid the In.at B t hp; am Pre ot ,r I e nd l. F artI seldo /- \ W
or. well as during hitravels through iy, ypt ad ta Alo, in an effort to aid then- sinus is as c aa bell the line at of I think the saddest sight w Cohn eas ... Rui diplo ha
SAnother on book tell the venture of "Jerry Todd" wo ten rnal business copdtions of our Also I discover inhat the dry et t msn is a pled igre
I t14 books are about the DresdnLught oys and a dozen others lies, we are placing hundreds of cleaning tab is up, nd both ills I do not ia little mildwrest- with a hal inch of red g e mats, who turn their oba o al I h
mlthere atre ablhoou t a dozen of real ly younger childeai r The Japanese, sor exam sck Ltpublic bussing s strictly mussy, pot o face cream or just ling the rmlin, are now bubbiam
r e- books for readers of about the second to fourth grade. 4't0,00,000for t prod heto 1-Voulw no t 9om Iere i th ere unsanitary oy and a dreadful waste M an ed and dead m iens s a bover, with good will. onee y at e te up i
There are a dosen or so ot. so hool books,.Including clasic. standardized am mo, machine guns, twa meen h on mercial hoomk p be- of time. aowui n babe 'You barely The next inusiest is the blurredss, o Western Lg .to*u that the upla
an Shakespkeare. etc formerly used as t exts for required read- hmortrs and carbines 10 eqump wen haceindawi k ies g an d a uacar- crleoher on ting glass, or eoan t hi dFouerenees between get
InThere are half a doznb o r more other toles of various themselves,the southKorean,%s. TthedayCleaning wst) -mine grease o on you and 8ur- !he bla.Y Tseak on the table napEa d W
as. eta ad four bokhe of or oh rava o rle ,hi the thelipstick Molders, there [l n oth inurs throatily "Dolng, where kin. And a close running mate is a d .
;ane ub ookslof itincofhutiaoflnt China andr1bthe PhilipDgV. or& aWEastandoWest.. u8.r.
l On L are. dtvuinin o Mother Encyclopediaao. Nationalist ie ling to do about a liptick-smearod have o been" when se ows the poo e in Joe 1r I
tr n ve, ok onow th n ou pines. We are alo calling thous- hank but pop Lit 01 the tinlly wi, damn well he saw yo.m day be thee.llk ou.nd ol ds3D oIl le-b e
ir a h ar now tde Yo nt fry houien a onstruction wor s p in doew, on spe way hore, be ore-oyeriay c m n Tsoots Jines ,t and tor. he been a sen I e o rn de to save money. eArmy' Co
Sb 0d that the bes ad thr btdernrmnso our foreign bases, there is no living wife wh n ., oing o f e e' tha ateSmits wit e at fl t itp a-rla- *Iew 4A11fSI..h1 -OW
S ol red books, written in. _.vig a sto read any phoocme into a i ._ -biff'arty. who re mmi eai d the r ." .: ;ig .UIOt k R Ile
therearewovenreaes.oo e on led, well.-es y daubed kerche saypabss onU wit them ame Tey say t In the lasaTruo ,Bi e
_te bwhee ob: '"t The uldin Nor sec yom, allsqf of purprlath Passion FruIteleetimbeuseah wor
0endlike to roey andstatuusraddree hi the r o0, n a 'paru w t 0' s od w om an that's vls te ver the brand nam e of n an el to n year. Iae SresI D N E S
41 Assyrian, ghe pro. alffl.chnirurs; deneaofe.ia..or p re teferab myrfhe omIo.ohounderiI isytobe l ed o- n rtp s ave t ioA ,rm
nquirWesh a p be addressed touBox 2070. CanaltLie. a eta h egh;ea sy ldst on h ichmden rag tthe lip o salveis. T s is just aeterra smears as w t, e e flaps C
ouroforee ignbases.e bthai off al ati i the re oistnolvngW Owh o-Isigoideto da tion to lsw t adot9edh ores theill ,
sh o re, o deolr to kch- ror on your te collar, You have finished se atingdof about 0k envelopes abin the ex ml- e
di.hslbosueredats ooloYO wewlle ttheaSs theMtoTh.y adr bin eoi anelrsttsa
.o.nme.fan aneoesae a ieos e -,rely catme from talannocent hm a of- Mr lsa, iges oytTter b e, an q
enylikeraltfteelke Bernard B
r Wasnd. l.. L 1 r ..... e nal he owconi"in I aocint 1iow bow othe b obef ou marks, nluding t
Inquirescan beo' .....to.. "a 0, the reason tere areso s wmnd -ing throu life wi a andolpstck That beat i l PAE MAIN PDICTS
pala .M~M P~evl~uau not as foopmis" a eorioldoesthHasiad itron t teins avi pt 0 s gt terse. I excta this e
s i- haderchiefs, I that every ta tly s cigarettes, ir- time l d ever reerordn for Tshe speaker of the oue ot-
ese b oased suNiLea tecon.om oe a thM. rt or onkse e ryWoes laoven h fd ae wo sra- iepuk desedinagofsetelveal d eo renters to- ives a.
i.at blunos,. niave a ot ed f the teyouar and by time vdr oih a n- SSi' or s me it murders aand S ste divore thoug not omeate ol er st -i

many 17 iasaddition tspntoa mallionsmore wolld It budi igtthr: xpcito
ewruHold40es use aIn Tafewi ivpsoas,
1 .H 4..F u. l e w6 V o lt a eo ek tafm pmo ty oev e nIy eths-o o ks.ju s t ts t geaTIt -t o m a tte r f o o s e..oes fs o o r o man'e s a hirov e r _I t
m7 Suborate 4F' Ash l'Cra e, a ven tur s lkyob'vy4hbeenean a street hodiegtpbl a owe n at n and In the me wntomr, I must yi k estim trnomII
newi. ltf.Ie . . ., o days olooks,fm ore thefor .I nd .. .b r ft.,19tl-,Iklto 44
ope o Whitetouust ..pl p,,ns-fn orth dertnd to go o wnhiv e hito ry a party. N he Ste g'nment re Pmeat ien to ucS, after u lth N.Marinsldoom t lo.I lt*bd
I ,54 -. ( ,3. Aoth mo nth lunch h ia'ncafe and mgotioap mi sedad ofd ter'the MuDwI I a I o Isted fo nyk aed oat ethat Insteaedh
"---l w spNYork. The e. 4 n ew airf re t hat ill be six people you got to-a haame sio s i ve stigating meas ut es, T he P r e side t's bed se a ks eq l fr.l
Sr grops .Mooan Ct he8t,.p,, wit t o h is theknowe ram beftl Ty firown.T h ehe sma 'tes mouth outside the areas theumar op f hitats.ing down Pennsylvania Av.M1eo
S-easar's at n vey das ward the W hiye Ho uwa, for wh i h
ti (L ohishy) 11 yibenlth tpwll --btpCreated.sWholeetown& Willbe-hastopw b s h has s a di
7 Xidl spring up-e and m gllions more n will n be cor is programm ehareg.fou will-samm w
P0 UCtieNetworkwelthhom es for some r ,e lau niwoomn .. h f..saPr ogtaml v al
t ufoneelsIsMeureseco.o. Ir ot hniques. u o sbasstwil f nive fir sub--c esn,- n + e The _______
sho ul d' 3 E iptstnuAsceldso tr c o-raldicfshndiodpwerd od no,000 construction work- Th e'Ir c ssion oa eu
i nati ve Ratel iesnn-le iCthiLun0 d day ah ad.tohelninya hn stateodun oga t eaontwosand-aahalfayearas..s i"!ha_ "t ,,c s o
-he e wo r project will employ ocunop e a r d cl er p r s L .-th .ig c h I r ie .
.. -in as avt ....... .r a1 r thr dessayes othe nowecontinuing. forein aid to oreand tother itid.ty vessia Tahe t oJ_..
". I I II I'- -I- -I Iuupu~e...... ... w,, ,+'',,... ,, ,,w,.- ... ram .!.etail..Tle frsthunredtaee sbjc ipet~d ir" ''um aryf al ~e~ "P"eh cnti+ Murtl+-' PlAA -- I+o.. .

e dwe had g Ol o
i he e I

had more o
nents in the emEcatic h~-ty
, ner, I
utlion o gr

sker pbas osopl'ealJy, *t
are far the od at ghe
aer." ter

attone Geneal

tly alled ofth go

se u rit a mior

mhe National hlllves BPty

lees were they o 'taMa o y
era's the probable e reasn wii
didn't have putnt ary aks.

te a gnay to be.nel laid dow
saker ph.i;e 7,,. "And at
e a tou tone. future canyon

Syou t le g ot ,om. tfri

3clsec er security is to ba
as nd Republi while under
hesr. o a

medidn't war-rnt any la aks.et
sh Brow Genersaid, and edl

ugh I tinove _a _shows .the mil
,uats dlaw in the mfuturehs of

igation, brscu to Ie telobi
U naor.er t system, mr
I.f~trcr, eete~l

vrw ofs war, is a ew
Il ervlte, a wo l&oi; or-
elslilon with w s r slical
anch in 4 4W.-Tab Cit I
OdMI in t14, the organbis ,
m t q tI ns'eouative
" M th the UN's Eaeanmie
Social Council, and offers
Miae services to people bher
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S. rIa?. :l -i i: message. u resoearces: several Impo t nt Two ams aWin l up.
.iio ou con expect that the labor The Preldont'i heart,- to heart rn t4 p In_ i, ein n de=TalMh A an I
chiefs, in addition to attempting t television talk to the nation on of 0itto Coanm Isa a
" '" nsms the government into swi.ter Jan. 4 was eritilaed somewhat for granting of.i vote to iS earo- oe T T i
.eashia, of pubic work funds, its goneralities. The hour long olds by i snPtitution an hee y.
fight or a shorter work week g8te of the Union message also The ~p- orect I e '
at the same pay. They want this so dealt extensively in broad state. ideas, in summary is s ephsa- tmgl l - 4
their people will be able to share men o* principles. But this latter ie teat .this- is no iB
the work. The CIO Oil Workers speech did reveal in outline that gram of a ptand by wu ur- .
union, fore xam le plans to ink a tremendous amount of staff work taio nten led only to quiet syste4P
D", / for a 26-hour week. lore and more had been done. dowrL. a he powdy -'i
| ., j e in 1t .2 w unils will ask eimplo ers to ei' All the commissions and advis. toe New M rad r et Del 'a c lt,
thet a greater ay ^ preparing ory groups that have been at work President NisMenower ahas p d_ a ,
i ':"* productiono schedule1" e0 they'Ca lin the past year are beginning with ish h en taeoe ai a ls4 of toHi 8ltB eV o V
Spread available jobs among their to pay off. program in ti2elL a...t lM n
" mother .uir wil lfight.I addition to the Jan. 11 farm On as gsaion Day, IS .
an. Will other unions will fig t for policy and Taft Hartley reform was freely pre W td ut it% 'I l I
a uaranteed wmkly w .'" Tatines g i m "pecal messages of the take the --new ad"in yartMW "r" U"
Or a week's payment if a man next few weeks will include: So- in which to put r o ilt f &t p fIe p ag t u i
lrallid In to work more than two A__
IHOUSE of LORDS sand a half days a week. ---- ---n IJ *
Whichever way you look at it.,
/Mad-^ I i- there seems to be no doubt that T i " "
# [J A ^ t1ere will be'.ar tad away enou gh P F T AO WIL P I T ," rWta..- ;
: W:.f millions working to bolster our P. A. JCLASSIFIEDS J ll.
1$i--itdi Whsk economyy and help the unlucky 32-
S500.0-jobless over thel bN th i .2j - -'" +- '-/---
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b and biontor two rs p obry wi dp?

3 onbeAh tnS- Tre s Uk.iy f b A showdown be a
t^ to e $ rW p Wp of Mr.
pBt Su lrOf 1ar value 10
"Withe the
e o e i "aeefa
trspokesmeU fid the erably trae-
S ap- mbrgee the two Indedent party, 4t0y nWin Jl B be t
tompo wDemocrs r$ vow wl a
bit-i. .mo inrkt. E.ightF party November maaS i a E..-to duck wh. ;thI 1
..... ro ,wiy Corp., tana.i h 3a
t& ,toaToledofrom To lelbae n in Ut owtough he
S Rub W i, tSan d n thiiers y a. "i ..cated b'.?th
at board Ohio. Mr. er Whavae to pt hoping new pattern
-er pMotis With the udson-Nash o Cn all the pressure hi reign policy. wt
Maso s merger oply two maor inde- on patnaYn 'xan that If
A. L ri. t will and Packard as left In the better not forget to
u.-imadau!i fL n his first news conference
sere as I i ia, of Hudson and Nash After placing the labor and farm
?IZ-&bpfraeW G of the new maid the merger will serve Woissues before Congress tr wa"

^But itesb' "s1. bi "arl oe s-
t tse the d trato te rong1
AMdm aej Noms s assuit of, Ws move greater op- andtugAiIf necessary to gi
op l port fo patronage freashre, anywnds
t udo Pd l..lvinator," Barit and On the on" he "was en

divisions. Ma saE idEEK O InY oint teonsiderateof Qongre and the Re-
WM hau ie fL "Aso fh l prerogatives, Haewouldn't been
f- now pthemai becomeapue been more to the than a
r OW ur s o far, to the new admcontinue

._! : i . ......... appe aran..s.i d a
S fw in thoughhe flesh-coras thisat theysi
Sof Codangreaousl y If not fatally

SofDOZE & NDO. Breltkun ecnmic.s
But ti a bit h Fre early forces s-
sure tactics. Te., Jan. 1 The
.I-s In no d ition oeert muhe

Selection of Fred Jnes of Oklah- a
a City, to the newly-creatiedn

A AR ENRHO SE position of chairman ofamothe
bPatronage, An factd Chaps Er to

/2eurd; of oLf Ihe aem-
have beenr Aore a psne th an

5B. -, xut the resident's handset t
2.50 11.20d thinking In term. of regular

: will.A and dm ecretary-trase are. ex t
television napperancoee-n d
few In the eh-a.x this seion
of Congress develops .ey have


Aoffco members- of the finance
I B any SI. Z ..Firect order of busn ess iff t he r on

alAirw-an In aspec ialal board meeting was
ye erday at of the airline's Dallas
APSS h. Braniff an the announcedthoriation
Srecognition of F he r service and Oa
Ma City, to the newly-created

SiDORItClqA of chairman of its -the
l a aboard, The recora determined to

S ontinuexetive vice preel siopment of
of. the executive n accordanc wit cothe
,. Adams, secretrry-treasurer.
SThe bound police established a
new fer ane to maintaintee and w -
eted of'rdelnYad hrstat oenf

improve the airline's reputatlith YOUt R Dlv uPLu
for reliable and friendly trans-
OoON. OV rb oatoND T Im LoseIAMe
ips- V=o C~a-"oemac
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a: P 'etr P aSi Treasure .ltlM m tbc
himu. vou wint *out
las /r g t qto Pad wears beautifully and
reSf tb eoritr, washlbr aW Axngl
N@ O -mr ein a of hmit women wear ties wonr
Sful )fa pi ic-i Come Mi, phoneor mard by mal,
S., -WK A-Perfert" 38-a "B-Perfect-
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S. tyl .......... wh boadcloth pBs

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of Automobiles

ON D-mSY EMif,

w f me -Bringing New Values In Luxury

ad IPrformance Never Before Offered at the PriceI

ie Ever OM-lA mlelew Over-All Leagbt
Neet New e Mty, IasMe Ami ntOu
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ere i shrs It genuine axury car eer top e
-ffesnd In Pandac's be price raEie)
As the biggest Pontine ever built, the new Star
Chief brings you all the generous added length
required for peak roadability and ridng ee.
And thib extra length provides a long, low,
aristocratic silhoutte like costly carn, bright
to even greater beauty b a brilliant new treat.
nent Poatiac's escluiave Silver Streak. Inte.
riors e in key. Here. is the gracious, spacious
look of luxury for which motorists have paid

ctel ywur to t.lm mper-.
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several thousands more than the modest cot.-.
the new Star Chief. Add to all this an em
mightier Pontiac engin and yea will .pdrtand
why you ahouM not hdy. se, but drrvre. t
maagmmient new car es0U.
See the tenled mw Star Cbtf th we.akqd.
along with he n udefully imvitd.-Chiftai
Series-Gwweral Moteor lowest priced eight anM
famous economy iP Together. they am
demonstrate that, again i'nA delar fobi
you can't beat a Pobai .

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M-to MWa bby smply
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Neither side vul.
wth -t, Sekh Wet
S Pass Pao 1 9
able Redbl. I N.T. Double
is Pass Pass '
Opening lesd-'-6 3

ky's hand was amusing to
ody but North and South.
ke happened to be on them,
was all their own fault.
e was no reason ]or North's
Double bK one heart. It's
atto shade a takeout dou-
ha you have good distribu-
t It's juts asking for trou-
'mike a light double when
Distribution is the worhless

i toumr U rges

' ,Full C(oopalln
:ii imp. With Empioye Check

In a memorandum addressed
to all officers and employes of
tb. Canal Zone government and
Panama Canal Co., Gov. John
8. Seybold has urged full co-
operation with investigators In
Smoking their check of employes
occupying "sensitive positions"
in the Canal Organization.
The current investigation
program, which the Governor
hopes to have completed by
the end of next June, is in
accordance with the provision
of Executive Order 10450 issued
by President Einsenhower last
April and later implemented by
an executive regulation issued
by Seybold for the. company-
The Governor's memoran-
dum on the security investige-
tlon program follows:
"In accordance with the pro-
visions of Executive Order 10450
dated April 27, 1953, implement-
ed locally by Revision No. 2.
Executive Regulation No. 6, en-
titled 'Security Regulations of
the Canal .Zone Government
and of the Panama Canal
Company." dated May 26, 1953,
the Internal Security Office is
currently conducting an inves-
Uiatio nf the occupant of
each "sensitive position."
"In order to accelerate the
completion .of the Investigative
program by June 30, 1954,
special investigators from the

y would blame North for anal oe ol a been
With the same high cards detailed for temporary duty
ald a singleton heart and with the In~ernal Security Of-
*crdsa in each of the other Lice. It will be necessary for
wfi; d with that sort of hand these Investigators to interview
ot 'wouldn't actually get into hundreds of persons locally.
u trouble. moat of whom will be employes
e E st very properly redou- Of the Company-Government. I
Ilded sth should have stayed out urge and enjoin each officer
of the auction to let North look and employee to cooperate fully
khr a' rescue. The partnership in expeditiously completing
itthave struggled into two dia- this security program by as-
at which five tricks could slating these investigators as!
ft" 1n. This would be no bargain. required and requested."
lalce East and West would not
have'bid a game if left to their H*
own devices, but at least it would Half Slip Slips
Weot be a disaster.
Against the actual contract of As White House
ane n)-trumo doubled, West
Sthe .eeof spades. ts Goggle
er played low from the dum- uests ogge
ay. and East won with the king.
returned the deuce of spade:. WASHINGTON, Jan. 15 fUPi
Met *it up thie queen, and dum- Mri. aimuel W. Anderson,'
My Wcp, with the ace. wife of the Assistant Set:-
M.SttU decided to go after the,retary of Commerce, lost her
a nd by leading a low cardji petticoat at a White House
the dummy. East ducked, reception last night.
West wor. with the ten. Wes| It happened in the state din-
l L 3sp.de to East's ten and ing room before 963 guests of'
rouro through declar- President and Mrs. Eisenhower
ed hg tis hprttrick, Mrs. Anderson was chatting
e led i- . .e .h hpeat owlth Mrs. Nelson Rock,feller at
and got anther heartthe reception for government
thUBgh Swouthl. officials when someone stepped!
winning the second round ,bn the hem of her navy blue
Starts West shrewdly led the skirt s . .t
of diamonds. He didn't want As Mrs. Anderson stare
give East aW trouble with the moving away. she left the plet-
rding. There was lots of time ticoat give A'ay.
h the good hearts, for it wac "I couldn't crawld under the
at East hpd" another heart table and there was no pantry,"
She laughed.
had already taken one "There was only one thing
with the act of apades- fMd to do and I did It."
have taken dummy'.$s I t She twisted slightly and the
'befam thea.mle got at it petticoat dropped to the floor.
a refuse diamond trck Without batting an eye, Mrs.
.that "*ethin t would hap- Audesoh cO.sIlly tossed the
met did. floutite of white nylon over her
p 'aht his two arm'. Only a few guesta noticed.
beartS* d dummy Waits
S Dtmmy could save dnly
rd If one of them wa save the kig of dianfonds and two
of diamonds, the defend- clubs for the last three tricks.
take the last thr tri'k The penalty of 1100 points
~blbs. If dummy discarded cleared the dp enders hugely, but
--- rnl- .>1 Nnrth da S ..tL. ,hwa r- l

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(NBA Telephoto)
NEW RUSSIAN BOMBER Russia's twin-Jet bomber the Ilyu-
1.,hin 28-2. streaks through the air. The Ilyushin, which-replaced
the original straight wing design, has a top speed of 650 miles
per hour and a ceiling ot about 35,000 feet.

S S. BAYEUX ..................................... January 16th
SS PONT AUDEMER .............................. January 18th
MS WASHINGTON .............................. January 20th
S.S COUTANCES ................................. February 10th
M S. WYOMING ..... ........................ January 24th
S S COLOMBIE .................................... January 16th
S.S. LIBERTE ..................................... February 18th
Weekly Fast Cargo Service Between Crist6bal, Balboa & West Coast
of U. S. & Canada.
Accepting Passengers
For All Information, Please Call
Crqlt6hal: FRENCH LINE, P.O. pox 5015 Tel. 3-2476 & 1818
PanamA: LINDO & MADURO, S. A. Box 1838
Tel. Panama 3-1083 3-1691

Imauty une, nwa u H a ana aetls itbe 3 tive wayn
tinT LeL Pin, c A l lean ot pola
Nervousnesm, J*lzzlneu, and fael o0l lacidsA aMS *wufi thp blood. 12 Co= ;
before your Ume, kidney trouble may germs In tlo unrnar sysatim.. Booths
be the amuse. andLcala u irritated tissues.
Wrong food and drinks, worry, colds Cystex Is now Imported by leader
or overwork plaq a Sheavy strain on druggists. so there Is no need of a-n.
your kidneys 't ht ythey funcUon one suffering from Baikache, Gettu
poorly and .b q,1 zMsidt. help to Up ighc and the other symptoms
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S of ths gea.t medlclne.
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iar B a,Vi etty Ber 'ort Amador ArmyNavy Club. In recent years to the Mex-
aer Brg iasCo etty B lyr, Entertainment for the informal lian-aviation Co.
ton i Col-o, affairwill Include a barbecue bu w"Mexic wants to-change this
elen--a-lton, M. let a',d square dancin Sport CAC) provisional six months
rk, DoloresJaeoe, srts are aco ble ati for permit for a bilateral pee-
, Jeanette Kovel attending. meant.
ie Fe Mote.r en attending. ".We lapp1 that this.bilateral
at WelCh; ' agreement ray be edited dur-
l e tltt, ...I ItI MQSS h the. inhth of Pbruary."
e,*.*s t. 1. Th Ganet- add4tf04 0 CAM'
B_' t permit will be extended "ill
-me ti of this group' at 7 assi ke th,, e time that may be neces-
&Jahuary .a. Members Mi.u3l bz 4r the repose .sary" pending negotiation on
attend re asked to cos.- et the saf ofe the late Jep the pact.
utu .- t . .Map, who died recently. .
-; : Cavell Society
i1- r Meeting To Have

SECOND FLOOR Dual Function
SFL R A dual function will' be fea-.
tured Sunday at the regular
meeting of the Edith Qavell
S Friedly Society.
The meeting, which will be-
g* in at 2:30 p. m., will include
a program of songs, recita-
tionA and readings, and the
installation of officers elected
'Wq ore unpacking or 4 ...
Rescuers Find Body
bl a. Of Miner Trapped
Sp In Utah Cave-In
Special 3.96 DRAGERTON. Utah. Jan. 15
(UP) Rescue crews early
today recovered the body if
, Bl.OUSRe d Willie Trujillo, 45 trapped in
e, Blue. Red K a mine cave-in at the Geneva
lial 1.65 and 3.50 Horse Canyon mine Thursday
E WOOL SWrAT ERS A fellow worker, James Cas-
,Red, PinkO Blue sano, said the accident oc-
al 2.eA and 4.9 Be curred in the mine's second
ai 2.9 and 4.95 level jus as Trujllo turned on
B-a water faucet.
TIC HANDBAGS Mine officials said the cave-
. White, Pink, Blue, in apparently was caused by a
Patent small earthquake.
4peclal 2.95 Investigating officers safd
ITruJilo was killed Insantly.

Light Colom and avy Blune
lxe 3 to 6
Special 2.7$ and 3.60

Whie Pink. Bue, M~ea
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Special 0.35 to 0.40

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the Lndings of a rmned au-
The bcifp*9t1 4u that peo-
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every activity, are the people
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boy growing!
The youngster who gets plenty of Klim milk every
day grow taller and healthier. .. strong, straight
and sound of limb.
When you buy Klim you are getting the very best
milk for your family. Because it's the milk of care-
fully chosen cows, Klim i always healthful and rich,
and the strict Borden System of Quality Control.
gparis its purity from sunny dairy to your door.
Each and every tin supplies exactly the inme
amppunt of food eentials needed to build strong,
ivimus bodies.
Kfimfn ta fresh that cdren Uke to drink it.
And in the specially packed tn it comes to you with
its fresh flavor and norishment intact.
SMreIemliaw y youngster should have at least
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2 Hermes Media typewriter 113/68 .... 110.00
I Typewriter 200 120/25 ............ .
Dondminion electric toaster 5B3/0 ....... 7.50
Sharott wipi-antomatic electric
toaster. 56/77 ....................... 1 .M
Astor electric stove 53/08 ............. 50-
Breakfaster Stove 50W .............. 15.40
1 Enterprise.water.heater 30 gal. 130/24 150W.0
I Farmnster water heater 17 gala 112/07 0.00
1 Farmster writer heater 12 gal. 104/23 90.00
Astral Refrigerators 18/ .............' 175.00
1 Americann Beauty mattress.No. .1-A .
4/6 87/101 ........................- O.W .
Carved diningrbom set No. 1015 ....... 00.40

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Garbage cans with cover .............. 74.56 -
Alumlnus chair with nylon No.; 406 ....\ .35, -1
Garden glider No. 22-F-l .............. 175M
Metal easy chair with plastic cover '
No. 25 FL and G-25 0 ............. 55.0
Beach canvass chair No. 69 .......... 7.M
Child's Closet No. 721................. 7. 5
Bridge table ........................... 1 .0
Mahogany chair, marble color ......... 15.0
Table with tray ....................... 1500
Garden chair ....................... 15. "
Folding chairs o..755 4................ 1.

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I File cabinets 100/19 ........... -.
I Chest of drawers. wine cplor 97I0 ...
1 De Luxe chiffonier 120/49 ,...........
1 Chiffonier No. 185 Mat. ..............
1 Simmons upholstered bed B-217
81/75 ...............................
1'Cupboard No. 180 -Nat. 98/95 ..........
I Ashtrays No. 600 53/11 .............
1 Ladles vanity No. 210 wine color
116/00 ...... ................ ...
1 Ladies.vanlty, Panama 129/23 .......
1 Ladies vanity, Panama, nogal Esp.
4 x00 132/1 .....................
1 Ladles vanity No, 115 Esp.
36 wine 96/16................'
I Ladies yanity No. 117 wine 86/63 ..'
I Ladle vanity No. 180 Esp. 26
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Couch No. 604 green. 95/.7 ..........
Bamboo chair No. 2 3 3/1 ..........
Chaise lounge with bamboo steel ....
Living room table, bookshelves
style 62/03 ........................
Bound living tom table with mirrr .
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n WA*an. 15 (UP)- hesn mua) et a ASHINGTON un. 15 1 CHICAGO, Jan. i (UPT)"

...... : ,o $ .-ow500.- l ip re7nci,.. .nht td ada hto Sl" thG .a t y'
a' 5r Cs S oat theaeU-mb rya msts led tts wi our-a l0 ea a ^" t -he ar-o sob umd fto t
Sal-ston ohn E for e lchb on. to e i x on iv- y. law outh correction act a r said rwas od' t ab a
Camp was coho for the end ft toward the PeSax. Wto mor an er el tarunt i ti a hpIts
Sr included Mrs. le c e crdt of fv r foretrand erack o fe t wa But th

t Moehfke Mrs. D. Ell Bs opMorrsHal Irm bill n favor of r cent between Jul' 31. 195. ouisment e-o n or Godus will. an re to a*peala
S A le r por r Lut enough anpd Aug. 19 and 15 per cen We baby want morom e children. But lh k .

0 rsa ea-n. os.eer. eatih ai McLeaa atd Mrs. Hat Feder- NCadron ad its Dublicar t t (a Put th. l The committee R ave this ex- frauds account or about 80 per aend the child dies t h o will be ski diast't

PE Cay.*s Aria m ir L *m. rJok mental meeting Monday plan acreBS. U ample: A man earnlnr $5000 crnt of all javentle delinquency God's way tooh" Oryb said. tiI eath"ed wtt&uhpM Z
laCa nai. 0 M -te. t the m1 Scout The new tax r o nl stell must next dar pluw 6l0 In dividends subect to federal laws teogers whl not hterfere with Godh their lod aod

~mer a RP 1* Meetig.Of Play Beadig Group Squ, edr Miguel. be ap proved byHl th ai f H is w ul aix t ietds onl onl.the t W. I Ben. Thomas Henhonsp Ita l l r* ht totherow lheth cil
^ P tpod and enate with a plan A man canine the sme (D.-Mo.. only member present The 18-year-old mother. ar- of holy writ. . .
Am rufkrl Bt Smes )1,/on He esy noisw een younnofte nders taeir mi n d .h idl

3ebra re meeting of the Play Read- ge TeW mit Monday unproved fay to give p500 but ettlne $100 In divl-as the subcommittee resumed a m* hara, sobbed "my baby. my babv" But the judg naidit
Satc ated o atGroupa of theets C an-l TowerColt o eekly bridge tour. some tax re na le persons dend would pay taxe s on o 5050. investigation beun lat Novem ov er and over. But she agreed thetic" that n a t

lege Mh) fchedulede to be held Jan- naent ered each Monday eve- who qropo as o head of But he wo1ld eet a credit of five tero wit llher husband. rame Involved I-their
S ad r v erne. S ,o atqne nome o Mrs:. l S t ee CaIrd Root of household. : e tr aet-or. eM f the taxa- r Both rre memba. of the Je-

Sn ^rh~'nS s w*aelL ha been indefintely Tinvol fs open for at. The smenUtii cover1ngble idnda "The majority are'youngters hooah's W rtnesse sect and Dtea.aplciM .
'ia BdMrs ovso le, Mrs. A. o te-rist to the nl dgwplyld puts omle 'mOen wlk o i o them to de- Af t h 1l5ofwhr te fcarJ orade ctu s ad they followed biblical todt asa u t-
*l nn hr Ms Kay Clarke chairman df nct for wgrpoe money 2 tct a e ls fi- e e frtd m ounme home or teaching that blood mie ust not MI LWAUlb.l l.is.UlI
eting data i the immediate s transport i ntIr tal Hnment wou a t a C.fe "o u thre- atid TTa C. hs n named Thoma proved that a rttl
Iron." v '"ras p44M Mture. Mr. e l d ier tt o t us.tome n a anes a r. o eo Fort naey." he abded "the Jr., underwent an abIomrna ?ave a lot of ly 5iunt

Thn Ca t- v SOfe rs'd f the Pl apply In th aane n are relm- e e. wrldtbecome able latmde-n t.h.e manner In o shock. Wednesday the ba- neig hbor had eli

nama lenantAtainb eu Leers The Groap officers' Wives Club AurrsiU|t Med by thnimrvdDaloyers. Srcp bt il $1ece 0it0r Years as thch we-oma proceed against ba r ear death and doctors said in the grass an lt
. ;rs. Aoambursu have as er wil hol pe, regular mon -y Ul y u under tha the salesmen theno percent e la tiae increased, n 5venele ofnena berg.l Noe n needed a transfueon. Federman lawn t' r a
s. u f. o r l ,s .R.o .Groy Mrs. Ju, femoraey vo would tte heedr ouiness ex- a oh h eDr. Is ador e De ner, who stood ou her engageTltr
Wrb d. a M Inde Kontele d W thrst Cin T.a R h unses oln tgei forms a nu d h.e --. .o mit thpe th a- frd ao heplessy while the baby dark. Federmn -
Tola:mauoire oearaurTe o the mr athb Then am"sera .ai1y taI the standard 10 i- oe weakened, said he almoste t and s teadlshlight d E
y m. O M r.y isabele Angemn, who wi per cent ded . U&own on my knees and b gedAforth cros the lato al
a rt. .s.eak bn the "Traditio n Beh yfd M ouICO CITY1 15 (UP) tUender r an, if t sale- T e the arente to p. the tran s- feud the r .etone abl iti
Ca m p n.Uar m e t Cf rtu et" Aheexhtb'ion h M exico "hopewfto work oua Ltt o y me hm e itemp r eees hies bl besi e o d ex- m T t A ot hlsywonm b "U, . *
S l Ba r s.td r eeang daation the Ilon e r as Rteraate lal.o Tvl.f ivier fo r yn totr orond ao tnsoet foprRde afood'saiel urpo e ive ban- baie e

- --n u. bas tasorw -.g Group os the Answer _oCeoIsi
Qu sofath.oS i eureIt n T w oosula s4 ingesn s. o nressae ren us otit operana.e but se ed e an
nun winaIhnoms',ta r ethe to the- Officers'vW ives i v Cl a a rAttcetlP oc ve bet Sphea irer anbhn. the bE bd m
Mrs.- OA Mr p J e N e ,rt.Je. noam o n ars. T. n a antLu ed nuerah M a soaye dtax-r e -E V A u l IS TIC S R Vime s "u r N I S HI

senSt.g si 'n B ,sbopare u t e rwiooo l .n M rs.ho s.r egu ara ze Ms re ula r -dic m me r IIoe d t9. e r nU-- ve r t a Boih we-it h Wnrea dhend rs s t. te g
L ..h.uWednestqiday ber 1o 0 Mrs. l uehaMTs .DayWa 1e:0 peim m.y atW U the b I the salesmen ,favo rf ercentbt S Ir e "nhe offender. +ou neededo a tnsuseon Fed e nlaw L Ir11

. lreo;ohbmbn o d oriG h.ee ces ol- AS e mIn' pe nts I n .
-Gr rte of ma, e la. M Afsturel tE proa y a s .llDlleot lau vl. RInses onwfrtmthe R rmsl e- artAu ..idA uethe fsand e c helesy woled dla r e

t.hnat Sima e -I w as er e. a nd hr of as br e en o.pe.. 1h etdr ao tWeyth stanar 10 .. NIeaeHne sai d h amost no -t A as igh 30
r B ,ir llt e he t hni n c e e newho W io ubrer oa ehte T ddem it o naoneethvem eumorarc u n *t fo brertudoacGrSPo te anL SINGIR i d
snt go bi h eackonlam the l"dte einae M O I Jitnn ran A15 t Undrc uross IO A e ete :n- rning O m. 5.. 0e tETheo ent to. pemitted T al foued thetn a t

Cosm AsiaAaeti3ton Mrxico. ho pevr work -a n iemse s dem ie&e
.O aei an dRr+ G roup" -ro m. Iare ttillntusts andtaop cil a at nIsfom er de oa pd s subeesc t f dee l a flo 3 o t n tl Ans wer fr uu o eent I nterfe erl otwit h

ai haoesentedor a sm all gift o f Auxiliary W ivPr e st, M rs. Ar nth perm ith, v Fa seh Ml rm eo f c a lesdo but e n- Femr eeThe 1b .mo h r..13

becnat o by the soronrCdty. Sno crass Mra. Ju IItat- u s t. oay 30 Rio Bbee T* my OF
eei s for the evening were Mrs.W. H. Ward, Mr Mexteo'a ttence on nego- NORTH TONAWANDA, N. Y.

In Morse Peggy Werte and ton- i r. t. A. HerrinB a tlation of a civil air agr (U.P.)-Poliee Investigated a com. F rst aptIst L urcI
uline on. i Duncan, M J. C oat bentgave rise t wo fru ion t udt thae two oHth were "shoot- '
1w e lyru sn ?e'ghbor nato ns," toGwor u .- ante sbs e e

ARI 116 M r Gth0 Urpon Club i antherec.lo rf t *ti fte lip-ge' if 1530 R -it temeraues inw AK t 't b'"-s

Srho n t Mr d o o. the .Mrs.. Fore3! Ue ao, e-e, Echai r a M Dmon yV 2dn int. 1 e r.sle we ek 0lbf H C Z-
Wedesda y evtening antheon AOr
althi ,erwi ol tte mer e rUrcic individual .er ,mentc for ewove' ytrkofed rie EVANEWITCmr.UR IS PRICG"S
t ter e Fo mPes r esteal lo-fn me neM,, ,M4tV 4247.5osnr"F...unatelyn"mreoaded.
ritualt. r.ax o the ngreossUnion Lun. o ered. The Mexiania es fth eorageWornrTuIs
Msxicoessin.fAttheeletiyhelatthism tonCo. deenjioy pmne -
5 .451 businesrs -i Ors.'R." ". L euncnwaioei permit gra nted- by the Cubdanet ted- two".aal riduerswere

mamo ir19r54;Aasnd.Mr.Crs ,gove rnemento 'n CWi seaicTe toJntAafeceddavinro...n. D UE
... 1 WA" ntr od e) mrsdnv o .la cMya yswaser t legeta y a neal Ts he ad A v ition Rt h Duns AB, e rentpwa geitnn- anddoctors,"
p. s. A eamslp hlav e o an Co.hhowehor.thehr. regula r m uatlUts beenltsm. opec .rea s sinee d dterwe ek, 30 IsaNIG H Y ... 7: 0who at
oAndAfter h eroa rthos taendWe n e rs e inc u the new i nr tmp oanbetween sixico 6e rewed.dan d s

ef 1,1,PeggyAfeanto umembre of th e Vprogr am W e ienividuofa cvl aeit r ae lU at re ne tga edon m a riBesh-hn d P E
M r. anelX iJ C ArtCro nwill erntgave-. rise to rumosr r ce thh werer p "sWorkersot-T ONApeNmNtt.e. .

,Recep-totnoeda .v, e a C t C anis. "ors G5; and Mr. J. C. 0rnmei t wo o wen t r e..temizs t be tw o mao p Od ines, ex

:. oft Ah e r hmetalkTre surer .a-om. hwevern ,ih Cs e n opeb- .- -, F
Thahoose aora eng icludedvthe n ew veunderry rtmeyiearh ighL GOSWPEOfINER FIRS F"
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--Large four burner gas
75.00. Delivery January1
phone Panama 3-0226
ice hours, Afrer hours I-
""B-Leaving -zone..Must sell
Ltelary 22. Double bed
'all 4-442 4:30 to

cu. ft.. reasonable price-
toin VO Porras 56 Apt 61

H Beo's bedroom set Veno-
3 36 ot 54. refrigerator..
04lae 1544 Mango St. Bal.
cycle 9 cu. n. re-
r used 20 months. $250.-
.gdhin machine $50 00.
,E:-Simmons combination
:gpuch and bed practically
$.00.o Large mahogany
chair with innerspring cush-
$2000. Phone 2-2-,4.
95422, Diablo Hghts.
TE Household furniture.
uin plaos, refrigerator, tables,
hp, choirs,- lamps. desks, woark-
-rbeddsprings, telephone. Bal-

,"LE:--Ghotas $2.00. Rockers,
J0. Metpl'beds complete with
m ttresl $31.50. Mahogany
ae be os complete $58.00.
ols Jr 119.00. Ch.na
2.50. New Manog-
CnDing Tables and Chails $99.
r beds, ne* $39.50. So-
9Sds $125.00. Wrought Iron
bir Sets $175.00. Leather LIs-
wp n quitet from $159.00.
y their bargains in new and
irwniturdnr We deliver at first
d awn ayment. Household
9 (1'X) 41 Auto Row.
-4911. Easy Terms. _
eral Electfic 8' re-
*S.' I 1 5odel. Almost
,fn03-J. 858, from 6 to'S

E: S. lid maple bedroom
Isubl bed, innerspring mot-
.J. aq prnye, nite toble, chest
M a ,W $J'1 with u1lrre.e
" -*-rook MLJ. & ..-Y
01-10 Prece bamboo living.
with t 4pts drawers, ma-
Chinr eldetj V piece din.
s seT, Misc. h lehold fur-
hpe 1 W.AL Gvilan Rd.
phone 85lboo 3339.
gAJ;- Ovestuffed choir, I
.fVstinglfdte Loundrtma'.
,j ?. Weifinohou"S .00.o.tW
60 cycle, i Volts. All
In good condition. Hoyse

AtE:-4 Redwood. Louvers for
Ws 36'x 60, $5.00 each, 51
Seen porch shades $4.00
1ox. 10 sq. yd. inlqid
.$1,00 par Vq. 2 trunks
each. Shadow Box with mir-
back $1.50. Potted plantsI
1558-A. Calabash Street,
Area. .
I :-R ,erator.v, tivrro
V.rdrobe, vanity. Mi Tiende-
NO, 22, 6th Street. Parque

ALLE Westlnghquse Larin-
altkc 60 Cycle, practically new,'
t sell! Call Balboa 2-3263 pr
i. 484.... .

ALE -Stove Modern Mold"
trners & grille. Very good con-
in. Pereri Calle 2o. No. 15,
rtMent I11.. ..

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Sriew, wi bel p tsan4t-
[2? Bana High Sacpotp

rO, next Wednes-
r pi & M. u. on "the S

l ng :girls will. mode
n .' dresses, ever
d. day clothes, cocktail
k and bults of their own
i. Carroll Adams 11-
e, Migueldp Arbal-
Santon, Colleen Bar-
a C. de d B'a, Car-
Marcela de lade O r-
,Belia, Pat Dodson.


Central Ave. 10
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Fourth tof July Ave.


Agenela Internal, de Publicaclone FAMNA ESTADOS UNIDOS
4S Central Ave. 1. 4 Ttven Ave *
ParQue Lefevre 7 Street ,4 0eI_" No. 5U
160 Central Avq. 4 No. k'sia Oi Ave. No. 41



FOR SALE:-1953 Ford Pick-up like
new. Must sell this week. Call
Panama 2-2064.
FOR SALE:-1947 Nash 4 door Se-
dan. May be seen at Union Oil Co.,
La Boca Rd. Telephone Balboa
FOR SALE: 1947 Studebaker 4
4 door sedan.'Excellent condition.
Can be financed, Tel. 83-2160.
Sgt. .Wikinson.
FOR SALE:-1932 Chevrolbt Coup*.
good condition. Tel. Panama j-
FOR SALE:-1949 Chevrolet 4 Door.
duty paold cleon and perfect. No
2044-8. Curundu. Tl., 6161.'
FOR SALE: Ford Sttlion Wagon.
1949. excellent condition. Phone
Navy 3598.
FOR .SALE :-1952 Bulck Dynaflow1
one year old, good as new, 8,500
miles, duty paid. Leather upholster-
ing. Make an offer. Reaorm,.leav-
ing country. Cilia 2o. House 210
Let Cumbres, Tel. 2020.
FOR SALE:-Model A Ford Truck.
ont of the best Also Morris Minor
Convertible. Both duty paid. Must
seJl one. AURNATHY No. 99,
Peru Avenue.
Boats & Motors
)OR SALE--12' plywood boat with
equipment; 5 H.P. Johnsoh put-
board. Tel. Npvy Pacific 2544.
WANTED--Home for a. 2. 2 year
old male dog. No charge. Balboa'
DRESSMAKER-To sew by the day in
my home. Phone 3-2475.

FOR SALE:-Triumph Thunderbird
notoJ'rie with speed equipment
V e xhaiqtr'*r Plen j
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'Cobra Man' Fasts

For Tonight's Show
lli hU-uh Tinniear

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-. .iMnIw .U UUrW cle in addition to. a static dis-
Small, wiry Joseph Clemen- plhe equipmtin to e ewed
dore, The Cobra MAn, was will be set tip nthe Panama
fasting and meditating today City side of Albrook and It Is
in preparation for his per- from this area that-the aerial
formance tonight at the En' aerobatics are to be witnessed.
canto Theater. One of- thq most exelting
feature. of the program will
ThO Trinidadian calypso be the taeUcs displayed by the
hlCrd .0" daoWCe and con- Thunderblrds, the Air Forces
tottidnist, who credits his ex- precision flying team.
traordinary .ability to the fact Flying in a .tight diamond
that he id student of Yoga, forfnation the Thunderbirds
till 'appeal on stage with his will enter the show area at a
troupe ot ten le singers at. 6 miniuntm- speed of 500 miles
and at- 9 p. in. an. mour in a tight string Tor-.
matlon; one behind the other
General admliaslt tickets are Pulling into a loop they will
50 and. 28 ceats, Reserved seats change formation into a dia-
$1.. Tickets went o4) sale at the mon0 while upside down. The
Encanto box offices t 1 p. m. .Show will prIress through
todayslow rolls, barrel rolls, loops,
is, ,e ,- 4-Q turns; clovdrlest turns and
The Cobra. Man also is ched- th into a final "bomb burs.
uled- to appear at all Canal notlr tne of their stunts
Zone loe1l-rate theaters. be- sho f pI the maneuverallity
ginning tomorrow at 8 p. n. In of the versatile craft Is when
nt tomorrow at 8r jets climb straight up,
P ies .. .... rd t fqur cardinal"
bet Mae Zone appear- -i4. .ofsthj* :Copass... roll,
Other Canal Zone appear down ndiv Y
'aces 'of tle 'Coblr Man will take d mltneous-l
Sid : wd A bt 1 Boca; Tues- to meot hed o mu eou-
o 4o.pm 4 directions at 540
y, Santa OCsu: Priday. Chai m4 4r hour. 5
sea, and next week Sunday at T diamond formation Is
Camp Bler.' mi t up of MaL Richard
S. Csl e, Plyin the lead post-
CtylS-ltb $9 year old Identical
I -s Jol" ,C"Bill
LECAI NO 'ICE aAI Duick PatUtllo on the
",, 'tD sIris or di CA. fltna : Itn the dangerous rear
UNrmD STATA or F4CP9lCA W ll be MqCorMick.
... .' " ni one of the other )ets
VS5Sm t Tm. ajt bn to penetrate the
* vfaM s e,. so14 ri.ier.

M La oca-Commy
S" To Consolidate
cvil Dfi* e* I
ACI ION t.IVORCE Two Sections
T. t b *..-wi-m desfead.t
VYu are herehbr r**red to appear .-d The grocery and cold storage
amve-r I&@ em t hi edSm ims tkhave- sections of the La Boca Conm-
t4 ke wJ "sli dlse alter missary will be consolidated to
4te *itof teem OAbkeeuaa.
in *eal.V i er najSe so appear permit all food to be checked
m & avawr. Jigosm wM I s ake. out through the same check-
Ga l? e for t t therlef out stunts. The reagran ueient
=e t. e will be madeover the eek-
C aolW ,. UmWisme itritt end, the Commissary Division
Icme C wr ftrkt le s Came Z .me said. *
eAf N, S,.. .U c work will be started
c". T. Scme rSunday and, will relre two
'S.AL) days. the stress remain
v M f
cleghi d hiole AftrDgon 0-
tie' M tWed., pending for neat weeL 0Y, t1i
= asbe on WMdmday,wfTA .tW
m rjm w n rtstore would normally be el-d.
..fJ, ^.d / M.OM At present. customer sa X.4
B g D Bock Cosmadsary mn wt
s, sass'. through two aparatU
t bo des hi he s feeof4C e ie out stands whenever both
of taWUant Sate. Seou, I ceres and itd sorpa e
aDlise. Ora? '! 1' purd a Ahelvint e BalPr
S. a, jr. and: cteek-out sta .
Saeet shIwted' wo that i1
W Lob L wb-g in one section. The nuumbe'of
& check-out stands CL,

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Phillips. Oceanside cottages. Santo
Clera. Box 435. Balboa. Phone |
Prme 3.1877. Cristobal 3.1673.
Houses on beach. Santa Claro. Aso |
in COOL Cammaan moUntains
Phone SHRAPNE., Balboo 1389 |
or see car-toker thOerr.

R. WENDEHAKE. MedicalClinic.
Central Avenue "K" Streer, corner
telephone 2-3479, Panama.

FOR SALE:-One Mellink steel safe.
* practically new. Apply 8055 Bal-
boa Avenue, Colon.
Moderate prices. Foto El Ha'con in
front of Hotel El Panama
FOR SALE: -r 2 months old pups
hound and boxer mixed. Very rea-
sonoble. Calle Estudiante 128 No
2. after 5 p. m.
FOR SALE.-YOuth bed in good con-
dition. House 0307, Cable Heights.
FOR SALE: Fishing tackle, boots
and under water diing equipment.
Hundreds of items to select from
ABERNATHY, NO 49 Peru Ave.
FOR SALE --Horse $40, bridle and
bit. $10. Saddle, $15. Taylor, 2-

Wanted Position

as maid and laundress. Information
and references Call Biolboa 3041.
Reliable womart iifh recent refer-
rences, seeks work in family as
laundress and housework or cook-
helper 5 or 6 days a week, sleep
out. Tel 3-1016.

Real Estate
FOR SALE -Farm at "Maria Eu-
geni." Chilibre. with water service
Tel. 2-5773, Hassell
FOR SALE:-Ocean front concrete
house. $4000.00 Beautiful view
Nicely landscaped property, 4247
meters. Seochif Acres. one mile
from Santa Clara. Phone Velt.
Gamboa 6-114.
FOR SALE:-.-House in "El Volcan"
furnished, gas stove, refrigerator.
hot water, fireplace. I hectare land.
Telephone Balboa 2-4384.
HOUSE FOR SALE: Located near
Gif., 3. tdrao aths,
living d dlhl7t'drMaMf qu-
ters complete. For information
write M A. H. P. 0. Boxt 1299
Ancon C Z.

Jets Starting
(Continued from Pane 3)


*Tools -

t Spityer "
ecom M Soil Spray
O Sprinklers

219 Central Ave. Tidel 3-019M

25 ile Refrigerators
We:righuse, porcelain In &
out, 5, 7, 9 eo. ft., 1 year
guarantee. uy payments. oee
LTDA. 5th St. Central Ave.
Rex Thflatret Col6n.


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Graml.ch Santa Clara Beach cottages. j'
electric refrigeration, gas staves.i
moderate rates. Phone 6-441 ar11
Foster's Cottages. One mile past I
Santa Clara. Please bring your
linens. Phone Balboa 2-1866.
WILLIAMS' Santc Clara beach St.
toges. Large, comfortable, mdbrn,
near beach. Balboa 3p50 etaoept.
weekends. U


FOR RENT.-Luxurious and modern
residence in exclusive residential I
secip'. Telephone 3-0347 of t3-
FOR RENT:-Furnished chalet 41iree
bedrooms, two bathrooms, from
February I st. to April 30th. Tel.
3-1206 office hours.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom chalet,
furnished. San Francisco de Io Co-
lets. Telephone 3-2314.
FOR RENT.-Furnished House. Thrde
bedrooms, parlor-diningroom, two
'baths. Kitchen, patio with bar. 2
car garage, and one maid's room.
6th Street, Golf Heights. Telephone
3-1245, Panama.
FOR RENT:-In Bella Vista. modern
chalet, 3 bedrooms, living-dining-I
room. 2 bathrooms. kitchen, maid's
room. $13500. No. 17, 47th St-
to the left.
FOR RENT:--Chalet in 15th street
Patillo No. 1117. For information
telephone 3-1886. ,

ATNTION I. Just built modern
furnished apartment, one,' t w o
bedrooms, hot, cold water. Tel-
ephone Panama 3-4941. I
FOR RENT:-One furnished apart-
meit, Aply Bolin DeAbqte 6029
Balbo Ave. Co6n. Telephones
475 or 517-J, after 6:00 P. M.
FOR RtNT:-Two bedroom apart-

RIv., four

meont. Screened ideal 2 couples. '
See it 34th Street No. 22. Coal l
3-4700. I
FOR RENT:-One three bedroom un-
furnished apartment with two 1950 Super Kli., hardtip,
main bathrooms, maid's room bath. T. T..gry & blue,
etc. All tiled, screened, recently pIc sa c e,
painted and with hot water. Phone plastC Seat covers,
Panama 2-0027 or 3-0763. Vent shades.
FOR RENT:-3 bedroom, 2 bathroom St I5.00.
apartment, hot water, maid's room.
garage, El Congrejo. Call 2-3486
Mr. Jacome, office hours. --
FOR RENT:-Nicery furnished smail ,
apartment on Ave. Peru. facing the 1950 Super Riv., four
park. Tel. .3-0746 3-3099. door Dy, seat
FOR RENT:-For three months only COVe S dark Treent
nice furnished apartment with bg covers,ark green,
balcony and terrace, view to rhe neW tiro.
ocean, two bedrooms, livingroom $1150.00.
and diningroom. Room for maid $
big Frigidaire, deep freeze, near
bus stop, with washing moch.ne
Call.telephone No. 3-0081. I
FOR RENT:-Furnished and urtrI
nished 2 bedroom apartments inr 194 Super, four door
new building Ideally located for 1 d'' Sup l fotr saor
Servicemen. Enquire at Household Sedan, plaptiC seat
Exchange, 41 Auto Row. 1 cowers, rlai run
FOR RENT,:-Furnished apartment cover, radio, runs
'wo bedrooms, one small, one big. OOd. A good
very cool, top floor. Tel. 3-1648 seo d car for-
FOR .RENT: One bedroom apart. 5 0 I
ments with livingroom,. diningroom. oly $42. .
kitchen, both on mo;n highway .
700 feet frorh police booth. Old
Panama entrance Call 3-2121 I
even ing II
Sevn- t These cars are all priced
FOR RENT:-Beauttiful modern fur- DB| bsw bh k C, j e A in
nished 2 bedroom apartment n- | BELOW U*F bok. Coe in In
ctuding everything but utility. N. and lOOk i ar d a our
conor de Obarria Avenue, No. 3. | .. 3 rtr I h
next to El Baturro, Tel. 3-4365. three big ts. We have the
OR REN T best nd lownt prod cars
FOR RENT I in Panama. .
RoomsI I
FOR RENT--Bella Vista, cleon fur-
nished room. Kitchen facilities I I I
Electric refrigerator. 43rd St. No I I

Exams For New I
CZJC Students

Tomorrow At 9 SFOOT
-Examinations for prospective
students of the Canal Zone
Junior College .who are not
graduates of either the Canal' 1
Zone high schools or high. &
will be held at the Junior Col-
schools in the United States I
lege in Balbdo at 9 tomorrow I
morning. The eNamlnations will
last for about two hours. PARE D t
Registration for students for .
kthe second semester of the
Junior College dty claumes will i
S place: on at the 91Ut 2a h
0 lege building. New students
isTy enroll o0 that date. The I
college office wULL be open all

ll sememnnr which bestns '
6 t this mlat will be the
42ad consecutive ementer for Jtn. -
ate.,aal Zeft- *Siataer Coke r' u 'it

Aa1rL~ :ltAu

Packers. Shippers, MBvers
Taller Tra *pertee* Baxter
Expert Mechnic in Ultra.
matic and Hydramatic Trans-
ndsshm. offers his *r0fesslona'
Repairs, installation of gas
stores, water letters, etc.
General Supervisor.
Tels.: 8-251 3-2451

Sfeaturing Bat
e, USlmectJI British &r Aeic mit e1915.
i* peeial dementra ien felties Coal
SCabinets to your sp elfltiele wetr

(Panama'sM H-Fi qmeter)
Calls 4$ NeH.l -qTqJ5rzp


Your Community Station
We 100.00 P Feoe Mo


Today, Priday. Jan. 15

3:15-The L:tle Show.
3:30-MItsiq Pol Friday.
4:00-Peature Review..
4:30-What's Your Favorite.
5:35-Wht' Y o u r Favorite
6:00-The American Bookshelf
6;30-HawaiI Calls.
7:00-Lowell Thomas.
7:15-Radlo Varieties. U.S.A.
1:30-Report From The U. S. A.
8:00--The Platter Parade.
8:30-The Bing Crosby Show
9o00-Thle Devil To Pay (-1W).
9:30--Your Playnouse of Favor-
10:60-The Music of Donaldc
Voorhles I VOA.
10:30-The Adventures of PC-49
11:00-The Owl's Nest.
1:00 a.m.-News -sign Off.
Tomorrow, Saturday. sJa. 16
t:00-g On:-The Alarm
Clock Chlb.
7: 00-News.
7:05-The Alarm Colck Club
(Contd i.
7:30-Jazz Salon.
A: IS-Strictly Instrumental.
8:30-BfC Feature.
: ;15-Womcn's World (VOA).
9:30--As I See It.
10 --Off The Record
i 1 :00-News.
11:06-Off the Record (Contd).
:1:30-Meet The Band.
12 :0-News.
12:05--New Tun. Time.
12: 30-Popu'ar Music.
I :00o-News
: 15-Personality Parade.
1:45-The David Rose Show.
2:00-Through The Spor'i
2:15-A Date Pcr Daneag.
2:30-Afternoop Melodles. *;
2:45-Battle of the Bands.
3:00-Music For Saturday.
3:30-A Maetfta of the Minds.
3:45-TnD Little Show..
4:00--etunrve len.
4:30-WMbof T(W Favorite.
3: -Wbati TYour Favwrite

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4-r ft

rE PA jMA ua rCA dial

hough the present organica- TPeiit in
is a comparatively new.one, Itr fr
65th AA OGroup has a his- ti toay.,.
that dates. to the War of After a year
Revolution. s ibsequent t
early in the Revolutiontry pJrcralft gro
, the earliest ancestor of the co! deaiRmtl Di wI
Group was born. Known as of. AA de t
ay's Battery," it has been Zoneiatrt [ i
battery bh the history of the t e Coast Artill
on's Army, In 178,. Gray's Panama Canal d
terry ha.l aldtd so greatly. In On Jan.,15, 1 94
fight for Idependence that given the defsgna
vas officially installed as the aircraft Alttory
t Arillery Battery of the neadquaoera wer
ted States tkepulr Army. Clayton, the press
S1906 when the Corps of Ar- The mottoes -.
ry was zeorganized, Gray's noneht battalionn
ery became known..a, Bat- Ine .Grop's curri
A," ist Coast ArtilleryU fense of the ana
6 elements of the 1st and 4tg to of the 903d A
st Artillery Regiments, which "Ever on Watch
% b6th once associated with 764th AAA 1n. is
y' Battle, were ned toOnus' (Hono
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~.F-:rs e&.

r.eer-avelopument tWgratr 167
admintitrattye officers. They will
spend the nuxt five months in
Washington D.c
Annd untement of-thely selec-

Daniel A. Audsin,

Retired PC Worker,

Dies At Gorgas

Daniel A. Austin, retired
Panama Oanal employee, dieI
at 10:35 p. m. yesterday at#
Gorgas Hospital after a long
illness. He vas 73 years old. d
A native of Salem, Miu.
Mrs. Austin came to the Isth-
mus during the Qanal construct
tion period and was -employed
as a machinist. He was em-
ployed from September 1909
.until 1922 when he resigned
from the service. He -was re-
employed on two other oc-
casions, reenterinf the Canal
service in the Mechanical Dl-
,vision the, last time In 1931.
He was retired from service at
the end of November 1942.
During the years he was out
of the Canal service he was
employed for about six years
In Anton, Panama, most of
which time he was engaged in
his private busine o as a tan-
He has mpde his home on
the Isthmus since his retire-
meht. He has been a patient in
Gorgas Hospital for the past
He Ls survIved by two lons,
the Motor Transportation Dl-
Louia A. Aulstin, an employee In
vision in Cristobal. fnd Os-
mond N. Austin, a fortlr Ca-
nsal employee, now ivyng in
Florida. ''
Funeral arrangement will be
announced later.

8:00-Masterwords fro PFrance
8 SO-Here Comes Lode Jodan.
8:4r- omnuent A .at orVW
9:30-The tsunsrty-gm *J

40:30-S4rymphny HSA, V. : A.
,f :C-The O Nelt. ="
1:00 a.m.--e-4a0-BI. Off.

)-.1 ilt '
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y'ere made I. Wphinton by, a
inter depaithtbitat commnltk
eufposed of pqpresentatives n
nartclnatint itgtncles.
They were based on 'the ea-
didates' past work records; ree-
3mmendations of their agcle:
personal Interyiews with the le-
. al renreseAtatives of the Intel-
department? Committee; arId
flnaUf&WytR scire in the wtla,,
examinations. .-'
The course of tra l t avaJt
able to selected ein e
tral q4 ace a .
gradl ta -:

'pent it the Comminary DITf-
etevens wax born In Oma,
Nb., and served on the
during the rast war as an
eer In the U.8. Air Force.
He joined the.Canal ort
t:on in February 1948 and
employed fog ojer two pera
the Oil Ilaidliig Plant. He
transferred the ware
cliAfcicUon diytonof the
..onel ieu I.tan 1910 .Ad
uromoLed b U l prM i tnpot
in Octobe 12.
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anatce. st s ir Patthk f he I e
panabiwr0.n..iter 4440106#at ....Ztt lZ
sentbn e^ ^flb- &nth,
COmunndM b ,b H. ,a ie-
Tubbs, tO5e 1tit mustEom many erode hi '1
widely Scattered qitM acrOse adwovanced'
the Isthtnus with battalon to- o .,In M d atareuth
lated both the Atlantic and a e t fo e Ior
Pacific siade brounit a! L.oa
Its member units, the 908d '8ft the 6t (tf b
AAA Automatic. WaporMa 3n- erif wESe t1O d 161
talion and the 764th AMA Qdt 4b tn l 1 st l .
Battalion, ae viseed at strabe- With the @01
tie locations at both eitrgaces armed forea
to the canal. Under the corn- break oWotd bf 'ti-M
-and of It Col. F. J.. Potrili., bounced bak into actiu
tie 903d Batitaion has lts head- once more Jr. 19M when
Quarters on the Pacific side t Cactlvated at Forf W
Fort Clayton. Its sister unit, the Scott, CO Twg9
764th Battal'on, Is commanded was W wefti vifme Sl
by Lt. Col. N D. Winstead with WOVi W R T dMf a-irnE
headquarters at Fort DAvis on Emat icduttria sreasit.0
the -Atlanti- side Angeles em., It held tha t
An important part in keeping tfl! late. 1943.
the tralnlng of the gunners klen 12n thy fL of. thatyea
Is played by the 3eth Rado Coam aohe izWLm" "
troled Airplane Target Detach" iet 'QrA Cami.. ritier
meant Cowmanded by let Lt.. enttothe*
Theodore reqnsnt, this wMit Wtoo.- at
proves and operates radio con- 6t MA
trollUed robot planes for antlai e t dMal ft
craft target practice. Group. ...
The 15th" Group's brain ac The Ja arese had-
nerve centers the 506th Opera- 'nedpe thb* elosesW
lions Detachment, nimaintalns te x tontinetal Unit
rrnmiuplPtiaons, inter service Wq d War !I.t .
liaisoh an general coordination ons ere I "
of antiaircraft'defenses. The de- AAlni .
ntchment, cmmanded by Mal. .L"'
George M. MeKeivy, receives re- n... b9VT, hat pag
oorts from the widely Spread r tobhat i' ere
dar and observers and brings tfM-kt 6f 1' e"
them together to form a coin- MCe,- 0 AA
nlete picture of the defense sta- IrPsB ntbs'forte thu
tus. 0yltP qtiip e A~ledj*



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are said t Ml.
G, Jr., Mro P
'. E. Ehrtardt; *at
w theIstis us wer"
Growrl. Mrs. A. -

Scout leader of Troop 5.- Mrs.
Herel acarlett. leade Wf Troop
15, and ML.s Eft Oboden, vice
president of the -Canal oe
Interfatiosial Girl Scout Coun-
cil =repa to leave Tocumnen
to atnnd.'a roaand tiabl train--
1i c iferebcp In Ban Jose.
absf hea. The course started
yesterday -'and will run until
January 26.

Sbews:' 3;M 2:3" --4n.
0 43 $:48 p.m.


500 Men

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, LIeuteMalt and M s, E:Z" Me-
Neill entertained with a* at" dine
prrty at thete Coco Soo r'eI.enw
to honor oaefthe ftcem aid
their ladies of the SIpy Depart-,
menl w w w
Thehonoreeswho were wel
comed were IA. William Armtrong
the new E ohange Officer ana.
Mrs. mtug, and 'LeU mat
WGanY Wc now Cmas-
ar. Oci**WM. WyopM -.
S'rewewls' ee eB.tBL. -Cea-
mander and MrP. LPat, and
Lieutenant P. B. Fitch.
Lieutenant P. B. Fitch.
The ether guts were: Com-
mander and rs. John Cul and
X J. N. Caebe, XA and Mrs.
I me ..ereaord, Lieutenant (j)
:,d Mrs. Wilam S;lafer, and W.
O. and Mrs. Dwight Woodside.
M a. ates Has
<5 uu Estes was hostess
r a lngcoffee given at her
Gatun residence.
fter" iue us ere the officers and
Vast president of the Wome's
Auxlia 'of .the Gatun Unio
Chuch.% Tey included: Mrs. WIe
Uam Van Sicln, Mrs. Florence
eb Mrs Fted Willoughby, Mrs.
Charles DoUglas, Mrs. Ross Aid.
BiR, Mrs. ohn Greening, Mrs.
Javk Schofield, and Mrs. F. W.

SuadrW e Party Given
wr Mrs. Perry
' Mrs. P. D. Fitzgerald and Mr.
lldridge Hord were hostesqti for
a morning coffee give at the Co-
co Solo Officers Club, Wednesday,
to honor Mrs. Thomas Perry who
iL leaving the Isthmus, Monday.
Present with the ladies of Squa-
dron VP-45 were Mrs. N. M. Head.
Mrs. .W. A. Thorn, Mrs. R. K. Y.
,Dusinberre, Mrs. John Feder. Mrp.
V. W. Adler, Mrs. A. E. Under,.
and Mrs, A. L. Maccumbbin.
Carnation were used on the buf-
fet table, at which Mrs. G. L. Wen-
drickson and Mrs. G. A. Wilson
Mrs. Hord, on behalf of the la-
dies, presented Mrs. Perry an un.
usual novelty clock.
Fifty ladies were present at the
Anniversary Meeting For
Itoa1l Palm Chapter 0. E. 8.
Royal Palm Chapter No. 2, Or-
der of the Eastern Star, wil hold
its 30th Anniversary meeting Mon-



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BANK -$100 TIVOLI Cash and Free
Abbott and Costello, im "MEET CAPT. KIDD"
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~l~rik~Js~Jai -a;:r:

are lrgme w anenu. -Im i ---"- nm i -r Tne Journal or T.ne Aeniet n
S--. . Medical Assn. said editorially
Sweel t .. .. today that fixed retirement
hel The r- edn 1oardof-itPs ai rugged -ges Are *unprofitable for the
held it*s .tulirmnr -neet wedneas l.umiu trao; ar. Johna sm a.l~ "M'l flax U ra red teiStariet.Lemployer, frustrating day eveniMn at the C o i told on the set Jungse *Tute sw e he I ga ve employed and eventually dis-
Fort Guliekm o a t ewn meaH ackn s k ,- is sae.'" astrous to the national econ-
-A- eulturatl tIlk '; .Eflr mad u,,ngIm g l gambo" in oB"
Musie" wed Civen W r~s, Jean Aroica, Bh tt." Aytr redn-t ,i A boar *as needed for a hunting n"
JNdge. a,. nd eCwo mOM .troupe r el 1rod"Te ad the Swrd'+ I The editorial In the Jorunol's
S. .-ka, r'. ,c o a, big brw k T n m hsld rop M yersnie Graber was current edition urg ed that fim
Plans were lscu.ssA ors dance cias aan, j% a 8d ots a e s "W rein the world," t ins t Ieci which
In Mayandit wag dibqer 1.-have b;atr. e oh to of the tve ry he aid- DON F 'O' G T u manoelsshou ldbe reichane
a hair styist eatt ad .09 Admeet!reachedetha rs . aw Mle. a- n boabi" a I ysoud b retired, he,
ig, if pile. '" fe, whno it s sai..turned to a Ireto 'S 1m Catde pined which klept on In their Jobs,
Fellow sCraVe. a1ed hib nose "Tha '?eagtp tefs ta mat and which shifted to new du-
The member present were Mrs. ..n torvoey, .tfau wnlpe'eu: an~-tIetMaIli dimerg" sdties.
BeterlyB-Hrfe, Mrs. P JareAnere,.d "Th* e "* arhe less to. t o "Although some workers be-
mrs. dith Ciels, rsn.-Jan Col- CIght." Film Wrlte 'tq producer: "Can I come ineficient at 65 or young-
fey, Mrs M.. .r Dd"1efr;-' Mrs. -. -- sell yru a,plot?"I- er, fixed retirement ag.
Norma DeVo. Mrs. Jlessie Gard-I Dolores Costello'. ifecent appear. Producer *Du't be siilly. I've work a hardship on the pro-
ner, Mrs. Trudy G bon, Mrs. dance on a TV show minded me had a plot for years." ductive majority along with the
Joyce Hawthorne, Mrs. Doris Les- e u1 t Une time w ueu b r nu unproductive minority." it said.
ser, 'Misn_ Nancy Ramey, Mrs. bottle of christenig elampagne to AND DON'T FORGET A major reason for a change
Harriett oerier, and Mrs. Arden I Orea hiac roW. W .-.nuDb, In retirement policsd the
Weic h.i ohn 2itytymmS .mRw.yacht. IlUk Chase's first movie role in Journal said, Is that "the gap
...,Uoores promtme-: 'bus, e_, years in U-I's "Johnny Dark" re- between retirement and death
The pledges present .were .Mrs. t'sW t e ha, rafrw I a'sn calls an Incident involving Ilka and Is widening."
Eva Hurts, Mn. Elsie Eoberg and I t." Natalie Schafer. back in the ,ays|
Mrs. Jerry Kitoing. I I whan lm a replaced her as Mrs. In 1900, the Journal sd.
&-. "MusJ tae f A' Loui Calhern. emploYes died about two and
C0eA u. Se e ...oR. onal .nt. a m. e a h lf years after retirement.
r .taeent.i oa calling l The average tooay is five years
c., A M rrB I sn1 trNatali en.er.Trv eaed ,oxa' tly he adtor tedr
Captain (ana Mrs Cm-. Cum- imagined all bt10 She darn near cards enraved: allng The fiv
r.ins, of the C.o Sole. Naval Sta-,.recked the pC"te" E because of fixed retire-
wr t c i hael, m ds t policies aand partly be-
tioen. w th rchildrN card-an te ead: aps you caeof milcai advances.
Cathy, Paddy Aid Daoy, areeavy While in all0d, L0u Costello ca unset heme I won't be needmng
in on Jan. 24forthe',.tes. They diceveren thete', no thing more them ay. more," un n d m
wal viilt in Chicago before going loyal than Brtm audience. Once Since dSlvrefi, both Ilk4 and employee make Journal "ailing
to Camp Pendleton. 4alHfota. -ie British fake a performer to Natalie, Calher has his own pri1, strength and peUap by gr tlter
C apta Cummings t L atwietng their hearts, they-wver forget him vate gag.Hestedsthemh ane o by on"
a two year toui of *t. the '-: long as he fivs. In a British gpaeing nightreadings: skill, accuracy and reliability.
a r to ol ls H rea g o Anthe uthat has te
United State Marine pe on the musicc hall, Lou heard an o "Be good tonight. Remember Anything that spares these
Isthmus. .aent's wneem y singing inspire you were once a Calhern." workers a feeling of frustration
---- ---ae c.afening app.e __ adds productive years to thair
LLt Ant Mrs. Ehrherit "But ni's not Vby good," Lou Spencer Tracy' relaxed acting lives," the editorial said.
Lieutenant (jg) an# Mrs. P. E. whispered to a British friend. style 11 credited to Ethel Barry.
Retur ilg T iatos knIow," aid i friend. 'But more by heat brother, the famoisip thefasinnL. o In
Lieutenant (g) and M1-r P. E. you should- have heard him 20 Uongl. Says Lionel: 0SUheastern US
New York. a "Ethel and Spencer once work. i
COSdY oP :Y.oJ e iIn a play together. Spencer was AddsN 10i0,0 Fi rms
et. Ehrnard r isci leg tw l l a youngster and full of fire. One F
at cta Sohr.He Is enIhoiukgteupnS o"y bo i a La t Sooner ncas
yea*t on elUthstmus with F During shooting ofe a 'urns and niht. lhthel took him aside and !l 1 oA Y ar s
at Coco o He s e rnet Alen ecomeoy, tBa Benaleret sa.d, 'Spencer, what's the matter? In stl I0 Years
Albans Nava Hospital. called George's attention to a You're working yourself up to a
f--- ront..'3ge news tem stating that nervous breakdown. Relax, kid, re. ATLANTA. Jan. 15 (UP -
"ee Soviet women were complaining lax.' So Spei.cer relaxed,' Lionel The U. S. Department of Com-
CHWO and Mrq.aSinle about the styles of state-made tells it, "and he's done nothing Terce here amnnenced today
Going' Te CaUinia hats. else since. He owes everything to that theSuteastded
SDWO and r. F.] Single Ethel.' that the Southeast has added
ton art leaving on the 31t for banl j"I'd like to see any government. nearly 100.000 firms to its busi.
Diego, CiMfornia wherehe will be make my hats said rai, who Stntuess population in the past 10
attached to a dlbmarine tender, .is Hollywood's champion bonnet y Statue, .
Their' home Is at La Havra buyer and think nothing of payng Merrill C. Lofton, manager of
HeightI hear San Diego. $50 and upwards for a fancy Ud. Y N the commerce Department w-
- -"I'd like to see any gove.mm t I.. 0 Y No1 1 gloriil office here. said that all
Retuned From lnerior py your bat bill, te," esnrted 'Rof the seven southeastern states,
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Suht, of Ga p-ae. -,. e ie Florida, Alabama, GeorgeF Mis-
tun, with their son and fatally, Muth HJus tei sissippi, the Carolinms and Ten-
and Mrs. David Sulc and Carol An Indignant stetlet rushed Into .... nessee, have reported sharp
and Holly, of New Jersey. have fur designer Al Teitelbeum's Bev. NEW YORK, Jan .15 (UP) --increases.
returned from a visit to El ValHe erly Hills salon. State Supreme Court Justice Florida reported the greatest
and Santa Clara, "I'm checking up on my boy Thomas L. J. Coreoran ruled increase, an additional 21.942
-- friend,*" she said. "Tell me, is today that the Statue of, Liberty firms, while South Carolina was
Bl^-M AnAIw there any- such thing a a baldisin New Yoik, not New Jersey. at tIie bottom of the list with
Amink?" The ruling ended a ouchy 7,816 additions.
0100 1a[ d~k w nIffanaute andz lav- e Vw Vru

O-mIFeb. 7

Artist members of the Pen
Warne* a 'now preparing their
wbrk for their biennial opport-
tunity to complete in a show
with artists from all over the
United States by entering the
second, biennil art exhibition
of the Canal Zote branch of
the National League of Amer-
ican Pen Wonien, scheduled to
open at the Little Gallery of
the Tivoll Guest House Sunday,
Feb. 7.
The prize-.winning entries In
this show will be sent on to
Washington. D. C. to compete
with the work of Pen Women
from every atate. Hawaii, and
Alaski, in the National Bien-
nial Art =hibition of the Na-
tional League of American Pen
Women- to be held at Uth Nk-
tional MUseum. In April. .
There are *ght categories in
which local artists may com-
pete for awards, Mnd the first
prize win= in each will be
sent on to the exhibition at
the National Museum.

other Pub s be

In Sukase, Leads

2 Others To Safel
COVINGTON. Ky., Jan. 15
iUP)L-A mother put an infant
into a suitcase to protect him
:rom smoke and flamed and led
two other children to safety to-
day as her apartment home wAs
damaged bv fire.
Levi Keener, three months old,
who left the burning home in a
suitcase, was released after hos-
pital treatment of "slight burns,'
The Infant's brother and Dolo.
ret Ann McKinney, 18 months,
were unharmed.
Mrs. Howard McKinnev was
arleep in a s tcond floor bedrooti
rhen the fire oroke out. She
clutched the two other children
and started to drag them
through a doorway partly block-
ed by flames
With no nand free for Levi.
ne put him into a suitcase, clos-
ed the lid and slid the case along
the floor to the doorway. sh-
Iwas carinir for the Tener chil.

These classes are landscape dr-en." .-.... .
or marine painting in oil,
landscape or marine pDating in
uiater color. still life In oil. RUTH MILLETT Says
life in watercolor portraiture
of a living person in oil, gra-
phic arts, design, and por-The jig is up girls. No need to
trailure y metum otherid ourselvs any longer that by
than oil. dieting, exercising and slavishly
Pen W"men of the IsthmuS following complicated beauty rou.
..... --- "5 h+rlhe we can Olpeople into thik.-
look torwrd to uttering the gw W a ybunfer than we o re
excellent howng they made in A recently published article oft
the first biennial ,xhibition in fared all ki of shp little waty
Washington where the then of tellin womanop little ways
new Canal -Zone branch en- even went into such busybody de-
tered In 1953. lix of the ten tails as painting out that if a wo.
paintings submitted by Canal man has vertical ridges on her
Zone artists were adjudged fingernails she isn't under 40.
worthy to be hung in 'the ex-
hibit at the National Museum, A man wrote the unchivalrous
and one painting, a. water color article. But there should be some
by Lillian Baphir. won an comfort to women in the fact that
honorable mention -in the na- a man has to be that snoopy o
tonal show, tell a woman's true age today.
tina sow t'. m-16 smnapie ___ an

Artists have been paked to
leave their entries with the
bell captain" at the Tivoll from
IFeb. 1, through Feb. 5. The
show will be hung on the
morning of Feb. 6, and jddg-
ed that afternoon.

Clementine Roberts
Dies In- Rio A 'jo
Home; Bpri.t today

st much simpler with a man.
There's that receding hairline to
give him away. And that expanded
walstline--lnce ftw men go in for
spot redueihg: And 'the gray hajs a
-smice unlike' women, men don't
go in for colbr rinses.
Men Woeld Be Kinder To Ge
Aleug With The Gag
You don't have to peer closely
at a man, nor try to detect cro-
feet under a layer of pancake
a-.e-up, to tell whether he's 36
or 40 or SO.

Pnerkl rvlce won 4e bd A glance at his waistge, hairie I
held this afternoon to St. ris- AM BM u su*By give 0f
topher's Church for MI. Cle- .. thd"'= ..
mentin Roberts, who died at ." m an'.t be sure of
her Rio Ab'jo red.dw- sat_ Just caal gianms. n'j
Iterda, She was r ol I esl ,----- 20 O-i @E-. A" Bit
Burial in the Jar"n de Paz -men had neve rbee d. mner d.
hS rna d e ver bee ei ti m tead
waS scheduled to follow the by beig ofewd a ON of dytrieul
/ir -e for. fa r teL .4a w. an's tLue agm.
Mrs Rollert la Wrved by If a woman is willing to dve anG
her daughter. Mrs. Oeraldine diet and pt aemee to ieel me,
Roberts Drakes, a Pansm City y ought to cooperate by et try-J
nmB. 'vm w,'-r-4- Wan- itg to see benea& he anc
tManemi ebertI, ia It.ManI. I es-lm a lba ihM l


dispute ana gave ,New xork
state the right to continue col- lThe total for the seven states
lecting taxe3 from a conces increased from 191,268 firps
aso njte-on the famous si"e. t 1n 4 ti ,320In 1986.
Corcoran said he based his
decision on an agreement' be- Florida led In the number of
tween the two states in 1833 gains and also in the per cent
which gave jurisdiction of rate of gains.
Bedloe's Island, on which the The sunshine state boasted
stptue is located, to New York 32.044 firms in 1942, a gain of
even though it is on the Jersey 68.5 per cent.
slae of the boundary line run- Alabama was second with a
ning down the middle of the gain- of 52.7 per cent. Alabama
Hudson River. jumped from 23,127 to 35,321.
The concessionaire, Mrs. Eve.
lyn Hill petitioned the court North Carolina jumped 52.5
for a refund of $2.800 ih sales per cent from 36.153 to 55.136;
and business taxec collected by South Carolina jumped 47.4 p.r;
the New York CVty comptrol-. cent from 16,452 to 24,258;'
ler. She said her souvenir and Georgia jumped 42.6 per cent
food concession stand were in from 30,731 to 43.824: Tennessee
reality in New Jersey and cited jumped 41.2 from 31.803 to 44,-
historical precedent going back 904: and Mississippi jumped
to 1664 to prove her point. 139.8 per cent 19,958 to 27,909.

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Apes Unproftlable

J. E. Bennett rushed in and
pounded on his aon's back. Four
pennies spurtqd out but four
others remained locked in his
Bennett. a salesman, rushed
ihe child to a hospital where Do.
Nathaniel M. Levin extracted the
other four coppPrs in a delicate
"Jerry Is lucky the pennies
didn't become lodged in his
windpipe," tne doctor said.




At 8:30 p.m on the Stage:
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Two Great Italian
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MIAMI. JUL1.5 ..7
vear-old- Jir ',Bentt
through a sore throat today that
"I'll never do it asin" after @a
dOctor had removed four pennies
ie had swallowed.
Jerry filled his mouth with
pennies from a Jar yesterday
while playlnI, with his brother.
Mickey. five He began to choke
and called to his father in the
next room.


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p series winner, on the
a diamond.
*edUled for 11 a.m. on open-
7y are Navy and Ordnance
18 on diamond No. 1. and
feai (Corozal Sales Store)
'Navigation on diamond
ocperia Nacional (Central
Office) defending cham-
|vrl face action on Mon-
p.m. against Commis-
Tm Colllus.
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of follows:
.S 8tinda National
Vs 745tT Engeers.
Sleights vs Atmy Trans-
htn., Sunday, Navy vs
neClub 15. Pan Ideal vs
pi p., Monday, Commis-
bom Collins vs Cerveceria
,, .Tue Navy V0
I p~, Wednexday, Pan
v Artny Transportation.
ap.m., Thursday, Naviga-
i 74th Engineers.
S p.m., Friday, Ordnance
S1& vs Cerveceria Nacional.
SBa_ Sunday Commissary
l vs National Distil,

EARNED IT-Up for election
to baseballs Hall of Fame are
Bill Dickey, upper left: Dazzy
Vance, upper right Bill Terry,
lower left; and Rabbit Maran-
viJle. (NEA)

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Because cool PALM SEACH* suits
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1.- sticky evening after active day. YeI'll look
as a new bill fshu fr a the ba*l. Palm Beach
l ..y t x ty di4scorage rinke.
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y Enters 2nd Round

gymnasium at Jerry Stelzer, long center on th
ening, the sec- team, will not be easy to stop
he Canal Zo'ie On the other hand, the Balboi
'e Invitational Athletic Club wants to prolong
nds the U 8. the day of reckoning due an:
skets with the club with a great winning
School Tigers, streak. The AC has been extend
ague winners. ed in several of its games thi
following the year but has always managed
t game basket- to pull through to win.
d another treat Tickets go on sale at the en
the Universal trance to the Balboa gymnasium
Ith the Balboa at.6:15 p.m. Admission prices ari
inner of eight as follows: Students with S.'A
cards. 25 cents for the two
may have the games. Adults, 50 cents for thi
the rebounding doubleheader.
factor will be A mild surprise came in thi
physical condi- opening night's first game when
Schoolers. The the green-clad lads of the Jun
& fast-breaking lor College took the measures o
t may well ani the Albrook Field team, 50 to 48
Int getting de- At half-time, the Flyers held a
slim two point lead: the College
tic Bide entry, boys found the third quarter to
Drts club has its their liking and built a lead they
the trophy to retained till the end of thi
winner of the contest.
Boyd Brothers Ray Nickisher and F. Boyd
ours. A free- tossed in 16 and 12 points
built around respectively for the Junior Col
lege while Findell of Albrook wai
High man for the game with 18
markers. HeUmuth found thi
visionaI range for 11 points to aid the
Airmen's cause.
In the second contest of the
*ue evening the Gibraltar Life In-
surance Company was Just too
much for the willing Balboa
islonal Softball High School quintet. Taking a
ing men's, loop 20 to 9 halftime, lead. the more
wings into ac- experienced Insurance fellows
lng, at nine o'- went on to win 41 to 25. Noel
Boca Ball Park. Gibson led the Insurance team
he league are with 16 points. Blackall chipped
it the La Boca in 8 points for BHS to lead his
m. Sunday, for team it the scoring department
rade and open- Gibraltar Life will meet the
Junior College team In the Bal-
main softball boa gymnasium in the semi-
ial Distilleries finals at 2 p.m., Saturday, Jan-
will tee off a- uary 16, and the two winners of
ful 7465st En- tonight's games will swap shots
d. At the same at 3 p.m., Saturday.



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Ist Race "H" Native 6'i Fgs.Purse: $275.00 Pool loses 1i U -
First Race of the Double Mrs. Carmed N. de Arosipena' s c jeap Eng.
a I-Con Valor II 0. Cruz 115 -Longshot possibility 1-1 roughbred Dark Milliooaire toedorrow after
9 2-Collrio V. Brown 100x-Nothing recently 0-1 11 parade postwards the mutual choice to
Y 3-Resorte R. Vas. 110 -Depends on mood l p d h
g 4-Romantico V. Ordo. 108 -Distance may be short up his third consecutive victory at the Ja et
- 5-L. Caren A. Ycaza 117x--Big mutuels favortle eA r k
s 6-BiJagual 0. Ban. 118 -Could score at pgoes -race track in the featured $ 600 -l1
d 7-Opex B. Aguirre 115 -Rates fair chance I 3-g Class "D" sprint
8-Tin Tan A. Gonza. 97x -Apparently off fdr*s .
9--nceridad 0. Mazue. 105 -Usually close up black Aon of Rockefella- ing apprentice Adolfo Ycaat will
Srit n .,' m apparently in top t sco
wwith such ease last Booji. ,aoso, Patriotica, Ne-
Wnii t the majority, of thb ridg e. a Postinov 0 0 round
o 2nd Race "D" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: $300.00 Pool elome: 1:35 at the ma ority of th and Pottinovich round
..1 R boy." are again pIking outthe field L
e Second Race of the Doubl to.e relat although t s time
1wll-YsSsbe faced by sneh tough Of this group, only Postinovich
1--Yoslpongo S. Carve. 97x-Distance, jockey say no Agc p1k et as newcomer Dejelo and Newrbridge seem capable of
* 2-Annie N F. Rose 108 -Rates outside chance 8- '4O fractious Follow MO l and scoring an upset Booji returns
S3-0. Bound M. Ycaza 103x-Could go all the way -1 M altco. from a long layoff and Patriott.
f 4-Mufieco A. Ycaza 110x-Better each time out 51 Last week Dejelo Sole-ahowed ca and Lujoso appear to be out.
5-Valaria R. Vasquez 120 --Should win atlat even a world of early speed In his lo- classed.
L 6-Amazona O0. Mazue. 110 -Likes runner pot 4 al debut in which le ws easily -U
e Jont! oby the vastly. Improved
o allthewayin M n- J='uan a pFranc Tips
e 3rd Race "E"Native 8' Fgs.Purse: $275.f P ueet earsm e Antd he ld on to third PS
IONE TWO ., oow Me I hasa drop By CONRADO
1, I-L. Moon B Auli. 114 -Improving steadily 4 1. d dOwn to thi class tou.
- 2-Filon A. Oonza. 107x--Improving slowly ne was a creditable third last l--BJagul tomantico
s 3-Souvenir V. Brown 111x--Dangerous contenders s u-rinday after being irtUbi left a a 4 Aman
4-Miranda Mena R. 105x-Will be right there. Si at the start for the second con- h. Moon s umaons
e5-Volador E. Alfaro 112x-Rider handicaps 10- a outive time. 4- min- Dguke a ro
e6-Pregonero M. Ycaza 102x -Nothing to recommend 0-1 h 'he accomplished ose Bravp 5 -ernt Matru Rna oine
Swill be aboard Foll lo II with 41sarmo Chue na-e
his perennial rival bn ~ rre 7 h M Ch eunaque
halving the -lh up o O- --Tru Blue La r Chomba
4th Race "H" Native 6! Fgs.Purse: Mt5.00 Pool 010 5: :20 In. nRuben v asque .w --le Sme -uperiun Sedur (e)
QUINIELA Millionaire while u dcom eDark M. Dejelo

2-Isa E. Dario 100 -Distance seems too long 20-1
I3-Domino E. Silve. 115 -Winner if not fractious 3-1 OPENING GAME of the Atlantic Po ly Lea at 00o8ol.ito M
4-D. Malone J. Bravo 118 -Rates best on paper even left to right: James Campbell, prealdeit; Major PoWell, Captain
5-Curandero L. Tufion 105x-Has good workouts 4-1 Thorn. Charles Bath, president, M.R.A.
6-Consentida R. Guerra 115x-In better form now 4-1 _--_-- ,---_..-
-eiBa1-d e Bef *uKu Basebal Strong
5th Race "B" Native 7 Fgs.Purse: 5350.00 Pool closes: ,2:5 -. .u- IK obbe sasebStron

S2-Winsaba 0. San. 110 -Trailed st time STAND GKlne vs DeaLondes. WT
Winxnu A.-.n.,,0--niledv~ Poin t WIll B4e r1te mg
3-Rinao E. Silve. -- Will f ore early pace 151 Point W i B eit
4-Yoslkito S. Carve. 107x-Early speed only 30-1 Sears W 0
5-Sixaola O. Mazue. 118 -Should take the place -1 Seymour Agency I 0
6-M. Matru B. Agui. 124 -Seems "sure thing" 1- Lincoln Life I FO r a (NOTE- This is the sixth An inexperienced Infield Is
Gibraltar.Life 1 1 Browder, lb-2b 4 1 3 0 in a series -f articles present- gradually -anaping un with the
SDEliks 1414 0 32 -Potter, rf 1 0 o 0 Ing prospects of each of the hopes that by the season's
th Rae "H" Imported 7 Fs.Purse: 500.00 Pool loses: 3:3 Police 0 3 D ll If 0 0 0 seven teams tat will make start they will be ready to go.
First Race of the Double YESTERDAY'S RJLT b- 1 0 0 0 up the Panama Area Armed First sackers Jose u e and
G l.lice 3 raU 4 0 2 3 3 Forces Baseball League for Dave Strickler are slathd to see
-Grlcsu J. Bravo 118 -Any day now 8-1 TOfArt if, an 4 0- 0 8 0 1054. Opening day of league action in the coming campaign.
0--Ordsu G. Vas. 118 -Any day now p-I TODAY"S c-DempseY 4) 0* 0 0 0 .lay is S*.trday, January At second base thr' men are
2-Chc's Ned J. Bravo 113 -Vastly improved 5-1 Seymour Agency vs Elks 141 Dempsey 0 0 layrda, Janar A cond base hr men. are
3-Casa Buena F. Hidal. 106 -Rates slim chance 8-1 1 0 0 16.) out to cptu relr
4-Mon Etoile M. Yeaza 10ox-Dismal race last out 30-1 Gibraltar Life won their first $ 0 0 starting position. .J'uan Boll,
5--Albelt B. Agul. 115 -Everything indicates 3-2 game yesterday by defeatingthe 0 1 0 1 1 FORT KOBBE Miguel Palcon,e and D l* 00ts
3-SIsmo V. Ordo. 113 -Could score at price 4-1 Police by a score of 6 to S. Babe P 0are striving to-cop the se on4
7-Firenze R. Guerra 107x-Apparent in-and-outer 8-1 Marquard gained credit for the C '. The Fort Kobbe entry in the base poaon.'.j ,
8-Chucunaque 0. Mazue. 108 -Knocking a t door 4-1 victory, although relieved by o .. -1 ana Area Arme e .e Jthe '
Johnny. Morris in. he fifth. - Forces Baeball League IA Mba:releJ asit- tn Elliott was thear oI made. upE of p la2.rs. .red while nec Mare ill
7C Rae. "". 1-ipore 7 PWgPursee 4i Pool eluges: 4:05 Police, but wag uIed rf RALTr fro.n the 3r-d ing., ,a ~ 'tAh
in the second when 0 ge hs 1 ng., B4 404tMlh A. id T
Second Race of the Double went tT'pWn. int., w d4ih of ..iAn. oasts of 05 ata e
1-Petit Pos 0. Graell 110 -DIsaDnointed last week 5-1 walks in the'sond, an t 2b 2 2 Mat rpin l Fort' p hobbt's e.tro0,f-
2-Rosarlo 0. Mazue. 112 -Would pay juicy odds 8-1 palk3..ithe e ic as point will-... be pSthil' 1 0 or, EL
3-Miss Fairfax E Alfaro l5x -Not in best form 10-1 were enough to win. r Har, cI t s1Back from there 504th .p r.plarett
10Atom 0 dJos eanRoghitowhhnelpeA firstar dI-
5-Black Bull F. HMtdl. 107 -Ha.s good chance 8-1 Lhe fourth. In each inning the Wiln, rf 3 o 0 0 te to ier for third spoet in the ai eo
6-- E. Mary V. Casti. 113 -Form indicates even Codpurs were busy on the base-e30p0 fr honafif rthdbard fot n Robbehoin me to haw Ow
7-(C. de Gato B. Agui. 118 -Returns in fair shape even plath, but failure to hit in the R B IN e first halfand paren fourthk-as itea re champion,
pinch heh1 a In thefeat Po-24 0 30 is-3 8 2the acond in l 't the 14-tOo team,.AlmI- ndoh 8mith
,olVC 1 pinh0 helped u in their deet be- a-Batted for LDe4 lier f the league. r p i nce all e t aer rt
cause no less than twelve run- fourth : .o. arlo will have plenty of utoneef oand e Mo t
8th Race "I" Imported 6% Fp.Purse: $375.00 Pool closes: 41:40 ers were stranded, b-atted for Potter0 in ptheIahhelp 'in the pitching lA.ochr be n., arb ~ u 0th ix
7ANoEL vScott of the Police and Rager c-Batted for a M 4n Qad sixth. Iror ergio Rivera, Ruben perlenced outfieldeiMA.
UI L o Gibraltar each had a perfect hree.lr Don Gearhart, and Rob- Newcomers to the o autfiel
lu .Maze. 117 -Rates betOn e dayat bat with tiree for three. DSCOREY INNINMGS ert Papani Paplania ha seen patrol are 7t.ond Bureease
1--True Blue e.FIelding gem was turned in by Police 000 300-3 8 2 aIction in the MIl5isIpp1-0hioV ictor Alomar,-,and John Smith.
2-La 'Chomba B. Moreno 120 -Longshot possibility 10-1 Martyaas. In -the secondwitGibraltar f 041 x6 ae iL e w he th a the l t
3--Cocaleca V. Casti. 113 -Notoriou quitter 10- Police runners on second and rati 9 3 alleytLAgue where he pitch- Upon all these players rest
4-W. Justice Mena R. 117x-Weak-bearted also 10-1 rd and one out, Gerry Craw- Summary: Winning ltcher: twIfor the Danville team which the outcome of the Fort Kob-
5-Veranda J. Reyes 120 -Dangerous contender -1 ford slashed, drive between Marquard 1-0. Losing pitcher: wonthe regular season chain- be team. To be sure,-they will
6-Interlude A. Gonza. 107x-Not much of late 10-1 first and second. Marty leaped eiott 0-l. Struck, out: Ellot 2 pionsdp In 1952. be In there givin It their bet
7-Invernal E. Alfaro llSx-Not event speed now 20-1 high Idf the air to snare the ball 1131pper Marquard 3, Morris The behind-the-plate duties all the way. Captain A. A.
8-(Mimo J. Bravo 120 -The horse to beat 2-1 thn rifled .to Morris retiring p-peon. balls: Elliot 2, Mar- will be shared by Mantel o- Materniak, ae3 m nbmager,
9- aques V. Sownl115-Prefer uddy track 2-1 the runer at third, conpletngrisa 1. Hi by. pitcher: MArqard sado and Francisco Cerezo, who points out at"any team
a very lmportnt dble play. ( ) Morris (Klipper). DoUble saw action last season with the that beats then will kpow that
r the loerA irati had a y alsa tO Morris. Two base h F A. nine. they' were In ball ga.
1th Race "E" Imported 7 Fgs. Purse: $550.00 Pool closes: 5:15 busy day at third, accepting hits: Amuirati, saas, Sacrtifice
some hard.chfltce and fielding hit: SiIaa Left on basmes Police __,_,_,
ONE TWO his mzs/tion like a veteran. 12, Gibraltar 6. Pitcher record:
Seymour Agency tackle the Elliot 4, hits 4 runs 11/3 innings.
1-QuoVadis M.Ycaza 103x-Worse eachtime out 15-1 KlIppe5its, 2 runsin 2/
2-Supersim V. Casti. 113 -Promising youngster 3-1 Innings. tarquard 8hits 3 tuna
4-Discovery R. Vas. 110 -Close uprevery time 4-1e Rruns in 12/ Inning. umpires:'
S5- Iurlecano J. Bravo 115 -In winn6ag form 4-1 eAi.. Potter & Ridge. Time of game:
6-(Sedur 0. San. 115 -Showing Improvement 3-2 1.35. Scorer: Reilly.
7--(Vedette V .. ordo. 118 -Blazing early speed 3-2 -Mli.. fl. e " ." "''

10th Race "DV Imported 7 Fgp.Purse: $600.09 Pool closes: 5:40
--Kiosco A. Ycaza 105x-Good effQrt last 5-1 STANDINGSW' "
S-BooJI 0. Cruz 115 -Apparently impossible 50-1 TEAM- Won Lest
3-D. Millionaire R. Vas. 115 -High class raee horse even Ruick ...........1 1

--Newb ridge V, Brown 102x--Longshot posalbility 15-1 --
S-P-stlnovlch Julio Ro. 112 .-Roundin anto form 15-1 MOTTA- AD RN H
3-Dejelo Solo B. Agul. 115 -Speedy neweool'r 3-1 Pabon, 2b.. .. .. .. .. 1 0


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S. .. Clinicm s Jan. 18, 19,1 <
(A shot a Sz.ing a0 six. I
S4 isOpens Tomorrow iIPA AtI -o, .a .
0t.bYoksof-the1IOUPant. PL Two of the U.1, sRbf Tuesday, 19: I.A.D.
it at thePa nMaGa0MChlb to -hre. 11 r .* (nWL a.arrived in'the ne r- -ate 1:80 p
o o. Cb Three ball gaee will open T a. L it y to conduct golf exhibi- 8 .
A9eVice9n by th9 1B54 sr a 1714Armed !s Broe. l o*i 4 se c'u11anllnue.the l6th ;Fongs. 10: unll
,. ,es Baseo yLeague tomor- be 10 ..47B4 val 1l1a on J n.118,110 and lively set af a.a. at Sgt
tr ipat't Bo o ,TONI&T'S GAK -. Otmin n andTohA OU, r N . ,
row January 16 In afternoon r8 12 00 P r The pdofe ionall arold ra tt -ge
obt Fort K e o ( s pIi .) by invitation of Bear Adm. Aus- O rtn i, 4s3,. a v
PN Pwili e andy P nams ta a: yan k ees tin K. Doy1e US commander Mo., has beeu
SWeatank on the Cooas olo (Patrik 3.3 and Sr sk 1-0) vof hoter at a a at th. Nal
W diamond. on the Brown lark 4- and Wil an mol e a isy. Cubl. fo ie a ., oeif Club fo3 -
t eor eig ght game of am 0.0) Admiral Doyle uIssued t vi- ri i years. T.g a.
ithet eon rwln and n ol cination for thU p m a0 le .none wZine in
& wow IFOf ,k un---- * p .la nt win-ner. is l u
nSSty Rt eS0 when te talPA JoA T NIOWN r BilULT build th, olbIf tanOd ments and hia .qa
Sn r a em on re th Bl U1 1 l iings for the welfare of al prne national c ar i a.
on eam on the o r Cls- (11 "nstage) niel hs omlpalsndmM. e d.- O'Donnewit a o t
o nI field. -----neoxteno d t e n onvtion to vAl folk, V. ba.. b 4
Pro nae ceremonles will tea- The Panama lProlelional Navy and Marine Corp prn- .Ional a
ture all" three opening contests. Basebally Iagle resac the n both of"for and hi ted, to ed N al or Gola
n a be afternoon tllk A ahl mar when t u lii I h ll ptheym could f an- aiso for the e past elIgt;
SItH. obbe and A Cbroom AP, Ld. e Yankee tackle thse aut ent s, qof t old t a former.a
oi Ht. L.. M cBrl d, rl Command- c row in ss In a doubl am we a I ay of uch dr i_- cha m and o r a
er-in-Chief, Caribbean Cony. at the Panamli Olympl morta as ob v Jones and en hmp and .lth
m d will to ut the firt bill, s m with the fir lt game iasun.
l on the Atlantio side where sh dulio to get underway at aDion and O'Doay. 1 o ll are a'l' wh de p
oolteam when It com n a Open cbl
Bolo and Navy Westbank 6 .m o am when it aomes te hal p ns
P plain Capt. S. W. Pt a atri and i Stryu- il Sag h o w the white ball tarting a .a
son, Jr, Asting Commandant, PaPtritck and V efor Stryrh should travel the wins, hilly in the
I". it. Naval Distrit, will nu VISITINGNAVY10%#RO" Nav .eolf pro JohnO'Donne will url for the Yankees. while d tra l the inning. hilly In the Maip ae n
4itdor araCT0 gree while ,Vibert Clark UM 0a. Th r exhibiio will con otonship race
e n arImbers up on g te Fort Amnd t pr- een while h Co. Vbr Clark nd newer anm a -of an 1-hole best ball four- r
Stout theopeninguball arer in golf, old Oatman udi h S, Tyewillyt tour Williams are ex eted to the"I a nt tpl y|rs of 0ah Th rks
the inaugural -light con- the 15th Naval District oh i nury 18. 19 and 0 playing 18-hole mound for the rownes. f the I b ted. The the rof
it between eil T anfoursomes and conducting olf cli tnl. olao4wlng eah match tedN the one lv L_
Senora, I wl broke up a 9-9 deadlock to At olb nic, th e-O a n-0'- ton Depot
perform thehe omber a 129 victory Donnelltea w outline and This year's Carlb
T eheban.tree openinggamesAeh lead l thee pri menstarted off with a at a 1
IT. .' I'e rLaTo Get givetheomrio a-0 leadI vie of golfnndUte shwilotdmeNavalOperating top
pla wiowed o. after the first Innilg and on- onstrations. Spec atrs with a namo Bay. Cuba. and
11 the "ilnoWre afternoon tilts., i-n tred theseventh framewith a roble o a ug in their golf 1 o Puerto Ric There. t
vrr doo -.t marin to fnaki lndtci1omnorte Athimagnto nl y osO utbsuerve and ask auction a about veli o at ci s
Sla diamond, Fort 0a ton n Parris' smash. the ga and wa orvig Club. RaetV APR.
han aI i # onow travels to Coco o, nd Fortwa"soiim r ig "n -"ClT A ig p|
S'Kobbi meets .Navy Wtbapk The Little League Sys. lowl termination of the first. bsbby Preott led the Bo- W try their t t answ a t he la
ki a on the Rodman field brs at the late with three for uest "ions.
__ _a __o1__0_P.M.;__u__0 fiv Including a homer, Arahie Their schedule for the three Andrew's.
n 11Grotto team and each got three for six Alons Mnday, 18 Fort Amador heduld t depart l
oineIs Charli ra k meet. ing I~_ 1rulstLi t 1 Rules to Brathwaite, ltb three for five, matchh at 1:30 p.m.; clinic at 5 earlr Thursday oral
sy Co rleie a1r .of. dou blehoaer h -or -play. was tops for the loseras m. 'ig the Fiort nia
Sle to 5 t bglscor o al: taking I1 .o- ut f m
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Jak, r. 40 41 81 bobut anou 0-utalsfe a -es4
im.Br4041 81 .eOn, who ws a.waye.ready fh WeFbmptsin.Over
Son4..42 82t pi4tc4z7nr duty flnd u uay got I KIWp (An evoe). Baboy Li ons vY
r3 397 W traded to tie Phlade gs Mutual of Oput.ha (Balboa).soin
43 50 82H Prlla4; by the P4 ob.rgi .6A..t. .Feb.1.--.i m ad __ rotto -,
t 483 8 23 r7tes fo a rep*$etoon*80,pr atic g s iW, irltr 0 Jra. vt Mu-
40 43 3 Ltw 7 e and righthander Andy Wed. Wet. 1O--L,, ,vpet Oi lttd for six yars

41 43 83 theh" major league careers wit Slatuiay morning eames to be
MYrU_40 48 83 the New York iant., will Joi played at Pacific title Leae e__s'i" "
A'74. 4 1 4 t8I4 -H -Tth0ATh ,undiam"o. and
42 42 84 CHICAoO. -- IF-champion I gme at alboa Railroad Eyta-
di 0 44 41 fih-ter, hun for the gold a4d Satura. morniames:_1st Pr.-l1 i:n d
85d mhe co&Igin by et"l(Pl gVam. to str .at of af nbd. Kawdfaely ogp g

the Mahar;4 W n.C, .vs More w for your motor and more
A8lm.7. 5 8'Zield, 130 pounL w ith at oy Bea's Polft U All St.ads, -
__ 0. 4k-2 87 uto nIek4 a ,Bone m7 J who b, orestoa vfeii over t
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teur medalist honors In
ent today went to Ja.-
anz of Medellin, Colombia
he shot a one-under-par 71
145 stroke total for the firbt

amateur repeated his 73 ofaDrma TWENU R- IINH O1
ay for a 148 total at the TNARIU,-NIY. iA o, e HyeDAY, JAlAyY 1fa1
itf two day's rlay.
r early amateur scores *
,'* Jaime .. .. 74- 71-145

7rd lo.:,1 B g B ger Scal Secur-
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.. .. 81- 79-1 LA l60
a et, de. E WAS1oINGTON, Jan. 15 (UP- Pres ident offerepoint Cal the present system
S e a .. 79- 82-11 President Esenower asked plan for construeu te poI"ba al sound," Eisenhower.
l79 -16Congress today to raise social tive" improvemea t use 'in" propose the following pro gram. r
n .. L. 8279- 83-I16i security benefits, extend them to eluded Protectiog aPension to correct what he calledIt sp o
a E. L .. 82- 81-11 10 million more persons and in- rlgh aof disable o rs and "shortcomings." s
Alberto.... 84- 79-163 crease the tax up to $12 a year allowance for hI outside
S .. .. 81- 84-165 to help "reduce... destitution to earnings by social etjtrity bene- 1. E tend coverage to about 10
Jr., .. 83- 82-165 the minimum" in America. fi lares. million more persons, as he are
T. A .... 88- 79-167 In a special 2 500-word mes- recommended l ast year. These b
K.87- 83-1"0 sage to the House and Senate, Some R epublian leaders and w uld o Ienclude self -employed C M e
de la E.. he said helpingpeople provide many Democrats Congress farmers more farm and domes-
S. . .. ,85-" 84-160 economic security in their old welcomed the p'"'-but tic workers, self-employed pro- be
es, T. E......89- 87-17'1 age, and for their families when several Important ea erg of fessionals and others. a y
Te .. ... 8- -87-171 they die, are among "proper both parties were noncem nit- ne oa
reat ..... 88- 91-79 aims of all levels of government, taL each
an, L. M.. 93- 88-181 including the federal govern- t I f At rA X ies forlit d l ho one
L. S..... ..93- 92-185 ment." ee Reed whose bill generally ArIve fl N o Lo ger bene t1 is a.&Y iawIn whi rs btu ,.
,de w t R 2 a B a aThe Preasident did not specify covered the President's pros- they eari Wore ,ld .
____J ____h___ 1said2 he l c t at etwhat benefit increases he favors. als, promised hefringa on em et- a LuJ they new plan aaorm oekrtr
S(R-N.Y.) of tthe House Ways t and rentp tax revsio t probably for five ih he -
y Ray, WifeMeans Committee promptlyIn- early In March. A no oth r' e~a He -edr
produced legislation to raise sold tiy .pu se s work for 0 a..
uan II 79- 8-age insurance benefits at least House Republican, LX ader orand lose only eos .r c h l t .ravaged
na $5tE E .... -8-i oO a mo thn m rso ld n rleh' sleck (rid.) sad Drivers of vehicless on Army benefit. Now h. wou ald. -f .
M Ale His bills, prepared- with ad- the program s "ine line with Navy reservations need no 12.
S n PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS President Jose Antonio Remon ministration guidance, would in- Republican pledges" to the eo- ger wait to be signaled to 4. Collect theo oial necurlt IlWxnfrro
aI increase maximum benefits from pie. Senate GO leader Wila m proceed after stopping in front tax on the first $a,200 of a wrT-
Ks a t. 8-save to be eouse5and t aken ay te, coarge f'epobilin)pedbed anE w1uld Incl sel- ... ..year ,ow .n' den t
tee which launched the pros into action n the 7,500 Panam the nt $85 to $108.50 a Knowland (Calif.) predicted of or behind stopped school bus- her's annual sala instead of. ror -
UAREZ, Mex., Jan. 15 (UPI Open golf tourney at the Panama Golf Club. The President used month. The maximum payment Congress will act "6 at least sea, a memorandum published the preset $3,. With the merle d wre
Morrison got a quickly a No. 2 lion for his perfect drive of the ball which rested on a to a married person would go some" of the prqpospls at this by Headquarters, USARCARIB, present tax of'two per cent, lhis towad the So. ia
1 consent divorce yester ten-karat gold tee. up from $127.50 to $12.75. session and the 15th Naval District has would a 12 nnu boos dam t blast the
sfrom .inger Johnny R 1ay and The maximum family benefit ounced for those ',or and lease theis
ounced: would go up from $168.75 to $190 The President said private and a year. The Indrease would i cewater.
m sorry the marriage turn-Si. B to M a month. group savings, insurance andt he Provost Marshal, SAR- be paid nby te- worker and
'out, the way It did." D3Ig "Op FCrlelgn M ministers caling for continuation of the pensionplans are "a primary CARIB, explained that under matched byfhis emplooer.ut predae reue
,oth appeared with their at- basic principles" of the present means" for protection against the new regulations, vehicles, 5. Skip a.Worker's four lowest
eys In F irs t Civil Court I n "contributory system which economic hazards of old age and after stopping upon approach- earning years In figuring Ih e ns
e a mere formality s in -- bases benefits on earnings, the death. Ing a school bus can proceed at average monthly wa for b one-
eys for both had prepared Still Have w e aNoo kPlace To G oB adn bstea reasonable and prue nt fit purposes. Thle, d men e sa i
M saying th er e no chil-o r e "But t addition, a basic, na spei, not to exceed ten miles higher benefits for ,terly ne~ i
eand property and alimony -o Thes esurcsoo-woprotectonh against ouwr." This carg is regu- one since be efit are roate a di r et it sl
ment en4 -8,a en eitin e ro trse hazards can be provided latoe ons brings the a driv- to past ea g es n of famplie r. who u b ma
BERLIN, Jan. 15 (UP)---Offt- These sources also said that through a government social in- i ng -on th schoolrl
.0 only caure given In the cials in the Allied and Soviettile Soviets have ordered instal- Fothroga govenmhescaled.buintraconcermedywithwee hoo Tl he Pre.sfdentt living f the
so wa' "Incompati- spetors af this dvlded ctyvwent ,tio ofF spPcial telephone l e Frand Atl A s d b oam y w as e P oemaa dk vhorof ccnfor yhthe idtooti s re n
*y-of characters." ahead today with preparations aable lines in the building en n of the Canal Zohe. thes. co t oMa o ed Ch~s .th ed ba th a erg-4
e is I oly as religion to for the scheduled Jan. 25 Big Negotiations to settle onrt a h le Theur sa r but said abou t nhsv ewgy regulation ns, e
,P 'a 2 aid after the di-n ou r foreign ministers confer- meeting p4ce for the minister eTo Be proved re mblan usy reelt e p rtee onoaal woul m Ontdo ed -half Vorarlberd, t r entire pop-
Ce was granted. "Some day I ence even though negotiators bogged donr. yesterday when Io subject tp" og he dtn mll-
tfo get married again. Evey failed to name a site. soviet high commissioner er- Firt stepa to Improve long eoe e u eo poal e r le e er me
Stouav enaheom eten improve mtrvehle oL rortoFiane dsover. aknandmloedont] o ta e "b otehreer in oil
wants to have a home and ael A. Dengin demanded hold- time traff bottleneck at Fart F r ra t r l s overtake ob from eles n Im b en t. iw nh e. le et ahama ord'tl '
Western authorIties readied int the conference a meeting al- Amadqr started this week when ctban rea setaol a t etione ed .oes t*L morn-
y, 23-yer-old daughter the tormer Allied Centrol Au- ternately in each se or. members of the Engineer Officte, S ent ClCop lamt pr o!ee tig h e fron -t a o n to re a fd 0 wrp nw a tp
e owner of the Mocamb' thority building in West Berlin. Allied negotiatorsi-the Amer- USARCARIB., surveyed the post re.aemme noers$3f c. ithoththese te atesa11b4la ." r
tI lub In Hollywood, refused considered by thch United Statee, tan, British and French milt-btriangle.sea rers I mmedp rysen, War-W aw."e h
with Ray for photograph- Britain and France as the only tary commandants of Berlin During the next month the A Colombi em plioe of the the e vidiA elb tons buebulaw. ryy etl
She said her a attorney told logical meeting place for the were willing to hold one out uf Engineers will widen the three U.S. Army at Coroza hose ef g te h a omes,"
po to, lot eign ministers. eery four meetings in the Sov- streets that border the triangle, forts to stop a elW worker proceed pat such scho ona lsr at d
S i sector.e ewher e aspit and polis th guard frotdosin him wth a hose ldent, not exceeding te ilehe s are
ay and his former wife Reliable East Berlin sources mount is held each day of the resulted inn h iinth m e a i e d wpr itc h s u e s a tion prefer to 'be burle with
e back to El Paso in separ- said the Soviets have ordered Informed East Berlin said Den- week, to 30 feet from the present jury in a freak accident was wer hour, an w eC caetion
a.Ray said he made a the East Berlin government to gn has appealed to his govern- 20 feet. fined $50 in Balboa Magistrate's for the safety of sun Jt ige's I worse th n death.
jg Wednesday in Nev set up a press center for the con- ngent and is awaiting fresh in- Alfonso Segundo, cartographic court this ,mnorning.g er
before flying to El Paso. erence in Joseph Goebbels' fo- 3tructions from Moscow. engineer, said that "some old The fine'Imposed on Carlos A. thep aoh ar Col. Robert Ron and his
Sside is entitled "Why Should mer Nazi propaganda ministry. The three Western negotiators landmarks, mango trees, will Cepeda was the result of a bat- her visions of this paron U.S. helicotr teams were .bac
Sorry?" The other side is now used as a press office by the also referrEd the deadlock to have to be removed to make way tery charge filed by Ram6n E. gph 1Ube applicab l l A 17-year-oldAmeria great aler "death valley'
'd Be Surprised." East German government. stheirgt fthe nw ro ytem." Vargas, whose ankle was pierced the event the school bus sha l A ar -om enburn How- as y to c a
two inches deep by screw bear arearad Thomas Tettenburn, I
driver.n det y a sc there plainly. visible sign .was fined $5 In the albo groun rescuers might dig out
ut in court, Cepeda had just p" in letter not less thre Ing because his motorcycle
Sh cdis.hed working inside an Army, eight ln-s in height wth can lacked- a muffler "causing l Arrives
ank and w.s walkingot be removredOr covered when the Intense prolonged and u

SoIAD A. MUILENSIn not havea t to comiuted our toax.. gaswho washing down the floor bus. youth was operating it o Here a T morrow

what to report as income. t~r table printed o the back of DEDUCTIONS7 OR b HOULD l0 court today that he told Var as Et hired sign and of days in lo
e is Pol e areiglo depending on whether too much e tionness stated only the bottom of or to or trotn any school activity en w Wont o m ornln g ,
you with .ihose items. This or too little tax was withheld the defendant'r pants were wetf or function.
e helps you choose and Illt from your pay. Cepda hmselfaclaimedohe was
oe ax r intedr. "i The tax table automaticator o we p spray, rest: of a survey conducted in p
0Getting mad at Vargas for not the Pacific-Area on violations of
ifyour hincomP ss under $5000. exemption and a deduction of de t thre la sman rl waioatisn he oA Y ateCEiTR A
overyour answer on th ebout 0per cent of your income pen enping threw "h smal ploothe thee highrlaeI the was.i-
t to rmake a de atheya re orr- die d contribution -er kit of tools he was carrying i tary regulations wer. generally E E
If oyur deductions are clomb teorel attaching you Wt iBe. the direction, of the hose sprink, la-abiding drivers. -
ercet o our incom e, W toe t chnturn, ad tl ler. The kit hit a trash can
0eat ctO ompt e f your taom ns d heorewn Ud up te which was standing in the way, The difference between' Canal ,
i thmye o photogr c.raln SeutTax (F.I.C.A.nem- given credit for any excess. -temized deductions are stiil the can and pierced Vyr gahs' unnecessary confusion. Upon 'a 4: 43 8:48
1040 (wit hr itemized du oye taxl No one person is sup- Those of you using the Short whiie your standard deduct U. ankle about two inches. reviewing the old eu gi ationsen
) and then use whichever Dosed to pay U ore than $54 f* Ferm 1040 should fill in pages 1 '10 per cent of income is tranle As a result, he was hospitaliz- Headquarters decided revise
em t smaller tax such tax In 1953. If you worked and 2 showing all your e werp- You should itemize and c roidimd at Gorgas for two weeks. To- them in order to make them
member. if your income if R mare than one employer, it ic lions and all your income. You the $611 deductions. Suppose a rsi day Cepeda is in tail in default more reasonable and mentioned p
040 as mrea than $54 deducted fo find.your tax erom the Tax Table revenue agent discovers that an by the Judge. would be enforced.
ofyou using ForNile40A F.I.C.4. tax. In sveh case, follow on page 4. additional $1000 should hcar ic tiongMa t_
ted on yellow paper) will the Instructions on the reverse -een reported as income in he ine oe as

Just follow the simple instruc- This would increase your stan-
tions at the top of the Table and dard deduction by $100 'i0 n
oe sure to select. the exemption cent of $1C0 0) making it SI. $
column that corresponds to the Since the Ftandard deductit-. I
O EUibfl@ rnua nm mnBih u number of exemptions you claim -%ould then be larger than 'or
OF 1 IN G TO O RWt on page 1. Then enter the tax tr. 'emized deductic.ns. 'u (.'
Item 5, on page 1. -The last few change to tn, larger one in nil:-
R IV E IN T h t:eps necessary to complete your ing your new computations.
Short Form 1040 will be de-
scribed in tomorrow's article. Fill out the remainder of thni
Those of you who itemize de- tax comDutatior schedule ritI
ductions or who have incomes in page 3 following the instruction,
u excess of 55000 must use the tax onposite each line and you A:1
MOU.NT.e conmwutation schedule on page 3 end up ou Line 13 with your 191 .
kr"of the return to compute your .neome tax. You have probaj'v
tax. ilid all or mcst of the ta<
The first aep in using the tax through withhoidings or pa: -
computation schedule is to enter n:ents on estimated tax. WI4O W
on Line 1 your adjusted gross In. Tomorrow's article will show
come as shown in Item 4. page f. You how to figure whether y-ii
What you enter In Line 2 is im- owe more tax or have a refund
.ortant. You have a choice of coming. .
showing either your itemized de- TA
ductions or one of the amounts Tax rimer Q. & A
shown In (a) or (b) of the in-
-tructions with Line 2. Use .. -
whichever gives you the larger Q Which gives the smaller ta., I
deduction. Form 164A or Short Form 104d'
A. Neither the tax ls the sam-
t..n t MlE U You can change your method l Q. My wife and I Ioth work.
F I FgERMI1 ~ of computation from itemized Can we file separ it return, "
Nd=Oeductlona to standard deduc- sing the tax table for one re.' COMMnMOAU' iwR 0 WrliGHT--Wour inm g.?
a tmll MIons and vice versa any tim e tram and ftemizingl dll our de. the Baloon Clab of Amuticsa a to go aloft in a bahis at
before the statute of limi&ations duetio on the other? Broad Axe, to the. 151 a lVurI osf.the
Mlim"m Pxpi whkh o h A. No. If either husband or frst lighther- tides. he mmle M .
vears from th., time or return we Itemise deductions. Lthe are (left to fh}:g -DonPlkacrli-lgl" "

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