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 Material Information
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]
daily
normalized irregular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
 Notes
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
ocm18709335
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:00276
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The Me MSa is en open am t er readers of The Peasen AmA- age, that's the time to read be-
L f en are eseslved greelalp and eame h aled Is a wholly sefl- c tween the lines-for the neoW. i e.
A few days ago a al zpporter
Va oa e enylltiac e lese d don't ib Ip eat wl o mken't appeal the from the international association
O ado Lerees aea bepu cliaed i nthe. We c oneelve of Marxists asked a chap from
Pe try M keep the letters liatled etoone page length the National AssociatiU0n-of Manu-
: litat l of wler. is held In struidet en ondee facturers just what the NAM
r* '. f. .i Aaw .i ote ptaemens, sO ep pei s .o thou .of the pa oen of "de
..".m Dintm km := nK wth aTMer countries, I 0g AM 10
--.- -low said it fu for trade -i.the i
world over. .
1.I SIRT-SLEEVE CONFERENCES This "exclusive" the Daily Work- R
i r: er editors printed on page one,
I tLhose "slUrt-sleeve" conference certainly seem to paying off column one. It heralded te n4*
Sfr us Zonl^ie, who formerly could gripe and bleat only at our line. The American capital ist 4 a -
".an meeting or in the Mail Bux. Now we can bleat right ,i~ nice fellow. If. makes a
.of the pwers that be and ihow that we aren't merely t at heavy machiniry-just wha
"orner but we dO oen do have a sound bals for dur needs. And so everybody whl is 1
.A0.-hlfor trade is a possible Tovarich- g hi
Siae the case of the ambulances, which are now sent out on. the tdnk. fre
lcey cplls without doctors. The lodging of the protest in Ths stems from a directive is.
by te Pedro Miguel Civic Council at Wednesday's abirt- sued 14ast December ordering he flared,
i 1o farenc wi th the Lt. Governor brought an Immediate entire pro-Soviet apparatus to olP
elu that 'e1rectve measures" would be taken. In the past swing into high gear to "alarm e s an ale t)
Wlehaae no wat of bowing what the immediate reach on labor and the people" to the "fact" snorted "w a
t sis ha nd whether theY planned to do about our justified corn th azt only trade with China can Ie t f it S y
hesave us the U. S. from a depres- ,.XAM$ t'.C
nthe efficiency expert and economists suggest cutting sCnareful ex. mnaton of the De- Ln iON LKECYft
:'.-r ei minatint there in the name of economy, they never eful examination of the LCoe-
e. In the |ember directive from the Comin- A'd. oud Lewis 8trEaus
4Oi 4 what they effect might be on the employee's morale, tern however, revea s that the I- mn Ad Aowisc
do stop to think, they probably brush it off with the l p at ant. only cean A toae o
y o' matter, anyway. let 'em suffer." ternatikinds trade. wants only er a toan be a d
e might suffer, but we do matter and we are not going "China alone needs a colossal be
to take any injustice lying down. They might as well know that. number of tractors, heavy trucks, qii i.t
We only hope that the promises made at those shirt-sleeve rails, locomotives, electric genera- m5a
conferences are b6ing carried out. We can only stand so much tors f o r hydro-electric power
nG aio'1hor?*Q plants, etc. . Trade with China -_,,"_"_: ... -.
Yours truly, alone can give jobs to 3,000,000 bl-,
B. B. Bleat Americean workers.. ." be

i Answer to Previous Puzzle tar, ro disthg deide C ntO Ol A advisers
SDiner Bell aunch a fear campaign in this
Country to stir the people Ito be- By PeW In M.
"At .Green Soviet bloc can keep us out oB : a. t H- anctwS
lieving that n a rde withe p *
Sr vegetable depression. However, analysis s In ta was also -
SWashington thes e ast few m th WASHINGTON-NEA) Presi- The Prqident t new adviser bcoomist who b been deal a
4Rostleaf Ucti on reveals that even if we filled all dent Elsenhower economic mes- on his staff. *nw finally won ed CE adm idntrative off et 8
Roads leg A 5 Hebrew month Soviet bloc needs, only 150,000 new sag .to Congress gives, full treat- fromt Cong1re1sa3oMlty sae mon- says more Wf these coanstsu s1 ding A
Cryptogamous jobs would be created-and those no the econmic'stitiadion, as ey to keep 0 the tb 1an Council ha1e bien Uedthan formerly. But PSahs, Ceof Nyy 'res
Pulled pnts just temporarilrequire by the ull Employment with full talf, nw "the pro- the old prtic of inviting all
12 Worm part Brjus arilg g. Ae' t of 1946. .- fessors" are back oAk the wob. farminabor, high tariff abd other The I t
1Smell other(b) h o it re't instead in What's more, the Congressional Austrian-born Dr. Arthur F. pressure to come i and eoi, lat more'
14 Rant8 refuse placing orders here for the pro- Joint Committee on the conomi Buri of Colulmbir Uim. sity was speak p I peces for Wla n a'at wan e to ow why
1I5Viper IRot 24 Seaweed 38 Lure duce which could eas the a-d rep el nd t nchm i s hai. isn A wedtne waast i h reidat. a is a a e bnewenaaldhae thet hWS 51 h eAp tta W a
3 1 10 Cry of 25 Venture 40 Very man cession in our soft goods areas eese-May lla Ma.I Auhe w as ad I new ed' dm f
bledv bachanals 26 Follw 41 Unclose Com ist Cna, for example, now lang to hold roun-tab le- Chair han th reconstituted has been aeti e, much more m on. e addr e it
", W It Existed 27- and 42c xet Spoken specifically in tann nt ierested in, accord- -eanngMon the mess agle of Hn1 eonf .Adviserl-- ielosed o K on io n ofbra u",
px b d Fbbru aryl an e M e report to4 ra
Prop(poet.) sauerkraut 4Caterpillar g to official word, buying ma- ry n d ake a retCrnd mucless of apt.bpm wh


2ohAGreat c -hinean s, thextla h odma-"n's final economic report, he ldH
r*lin Seric n amalu Scandinavian mchine noto, mes e hearings aynd no Preise was ele i4 Pe. e
Sun stains 31 Make ashends 50 Drink slowlBy e T hoerews as id hi boe & appoq. asn a d A ef I
faminse this year and next. a0 I tu tis l 867 I0a. Al I W & ,of A, n pipan t,
Ev.ence a orfthis cn ui e it A te tFhll .ew b i ne o to e l arA -
St hthe one area which alw ay rreob rtur rsin t u th e. a t ter a,
reeking oeotdrnlre aerSoviet line changig Heig war- a f .- eco r s o e ee m o o
_- ,lfd ver victim to the ragweed h ot i At e irtp
s the past few weeks theseeunionsd verst uear theulil.tinoto rm yoi of a
Wrtiab b"- nhave begun to whip their peopleAdvisers, st u under the Full b tI iait ngS' O Vanced. StudLa o 1 ,.-:y, P,..t,
Sta into a vigorous campaign for E employment bAc Labor Rfag iro liano, Abb ht L. r of dh iota ls s
is'N ewsoupci ntowasvigorous reaThe(s inhgCommlttoi ,..AsW ans-d -is ar.. ...estfI-0ore s..,oopi
4110 -' .ueetuChplm ed. Bute e po owh re.set The sledo ti ie- e~a v iousaff al' holdovers ebei eound
a0oriny cotwpa n C a of Govern dr aois Soiga nior09ICA:Francesme.t N o r he e* t& akitha
RobertanyWolnhpason of Tae J d Wt.hansi
4 3 111oebeneC se.hh t first recoisu havea Jewcrnb. en Rob spd aoaOt
41 WI Ow theAMt0Dfo aollrhed.w aa- mre are I
tiltebi-te w rsnowMeatn gphaubao lisd. wa"eA Ia oant froan otwe eratrrt Wa e e ah
pound oo ah n d th e n c od t ea n x i ara. ye outlived iW ,1tre ma iW enhles:vAshorlAchIhoetih rfrui'sesaidn"thatdtplomat ow bee . sos h
.. right g u l t e r Moscow Soiret, Bset- L o enLd Lbrary of Co "'d reao alie"
or- -dding toae State Dept. WnWtiU- ree-m an u CoUnCL t i Kh f ea nRe searve o at t a a
IIIntWeirgodrgence ource. be replaced aingltqtreuaden d Mdo Ar e 1itefa from State D battle the NauUlu
oluWar -eiiare b-a.e t l hor A
"a.-d_ nrdoti d iser to tohe Prt de W a eer.p piment.h Tah was noeaplind
a Seeed hms" The notorious Mine. Mill and at Sounded good until the alban to the Advisory Them members ar: M. G.
Unionsomeffar-priceskidofayearaa another group Of O- deChazI' of Corell, Gaines
a Onalhwrnglad r ht be a recession in the Cotil. It is not formally opig H. Nicehols of Vanderbil. Raymond What the Secretary of Due 1w
sWUtMe t-nyosionags t ed haCtitis ner aon-E baloe, th' 4 aw,. to0honehwas tesatth6e) co d gressional questioning, recently anne wanted to do some le0d, but it wle leading eco J. Saulneir of Colut a. e
IO ,--setounced that the way tostn relievento iT curb its bad ffe6t s 1r fro. 4.r 1b baspss Sherb of Indiana hir, e ,s of t t
.unemployment warn to take: wlibe h Increases in ong0mploy. ti S, es who wl"Pare of- l, Irving 1.A el o m Orn v o
,,... immediate steps to increase metent pliSield this point, in as specialists in various Cntd. Stockgh.. a rise roan
'W' the foralln consumption (in China Wh-wohaHy emerged was l d . T he s beend n un government s, Udewatr tCo
both od e tas and the old and new itl stocking, a -seniorf th -5 S 1a4U rngiWu % Mr.hhe cap 4 Ire
.tir_- ...t ..... a ing those metals such as ele- -t espe. -' roun f tmep .
b... appliances, heavymacin.ey Tl m er -. other words she can probably eitc" "
S C AL Atfarmnequipment and building sup- heI I d up with and sink tT~eveset
.FROM SO A.M. -j 1:00 P.M. ust ask the returning foreign ter tiew
bLrortespooent what happens ato "' .... theIt ir w '., "
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cow. Can apiacs" tede2 Iva theR sctte r", s.th l or the oiofut.o
his Chinese comrade buying a 10- .TAME FeR ug PLUG POe Is... ".Le dir Smdltalk: sed .1
cubic-foot refrigerator with built-a in ..0 0 g-t.dThegn whaf g.tite.or .ee Joan wig. i reryaine at
,when they couldn't earn Exhilarationl something that is have all those ahtirp-tnase an Auitrian dloimat now here. Stei1 a lame on

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Now $ 2.95


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1.00
1.50
1.75
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40% OFF


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5.00
5.75
6.75
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PAJAMAS

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NOW


3.00
3.45
4.05
5.10


9.00
10.50
12.00
13.50
16.50
25.00


$5.40


9.90
15.00


MEN'S
SHORTS
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.$ 1.00


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SIZES 34 to 40
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GREY BLUE GREEN
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MANHATTAN


DRESS-N-PLAY
SHIRTS


WILLARD WINSTON


Both Egyptian Yarns
Half Sleeves AU Whites
BLENFAME Long Sleeves
In Woven Colors
Reg. Neck Sizes 14 17

ALL NOW $ 4.75


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MOSTLY ALL WHITES
Some few in Sqlid Colors
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a supply for a whole year
while they last


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silent Eisenbhwer today of other treaties wiuld permit Con- there are "dangerous" ason
aUg to defeat his proposed George said it agreement I cress to take over the schools, rending. -
atitutional amendment with reached a bl-partuan propo- censor telegrams set up soda'- Fulbright said he -wses ,
tuments that are "untrue"'g sal would be sponsored. sized medicine or order compul- need to.e haqe the C mst'.-
goitional" and "utterly wit.- ri. .. so ry labor. tion *male" Brieb Br .c- S.ite
foundation." hBricke, iredrhis bri.tln He said the Bricker amend.- some terriblee" treaty :
le spoke out a.3 Senate Repu, hrgs at meant would give these powers He said Bricker's amendment
leader William F. Kno. a packed gallery during the see- bac to the people, implies that the Senate i coam.
made an unscheduled visit ond da of the senate 's"great Bricke noted that the "which oosed of "a bunch of soft-hea- -
e White House, presumably debate" on his amendment to::lause" in his amendment is ed fools that wtU teZ anvtng
Ret Mr. Eisenr.ower's approv- limit the chief executive's treat wha; is caui .ng most of the dis- that brought ,
a bi-partisar substitute tur making _owers. Hls volse, rose i vute. It would require both the In a detailed rebuttal to Mr.
her's proposal anger se"eral times when he ref- House and Senatte-and in some Elsenthower' o t bic er
owland, Sens. Eugene -rred to the "unbedlng" opo- Lases state legisl.tures-to pass ,onleraned a8 t t
tkin (R.-Colo.) and Homer sition of Secretary of State Jonn special legistatior. before treaties foundation" the Preaes'
uson (R.-M'ch.) met later PosterDulles. or executive agreements could charg .that the.; m t
Democratic leader L ndon "Although the President's mo- become law. would testrict tbr 'a-
hohnson and Sen. Walter F. tives are.,as always, sincere.,s When Sen. J. William Pulbright Lizn affairs .nd prevent the.gov-
Itge 1D.-Ga. for two hour.. advisers hav- sold him a bill of D.-Ark.. challenged Bricker to ernment from negotiathi neces-
Nore had introduced a sub- goo ds" he said. name specific Senate-approved sary treaties with friendly na-
Chairman Alexander Wiley treaties which overrode the Con- tions.
- "- (R.-Wis.) of the .Senate Foreign
___ ___ Relations Committee fired th-
emotion" and 'untrue" charges
right bark at Bricker. He urged
S,. ,U the Senate to 'take a look" a; N
those who attack Mr. Elsenhow- ONE DAY ( BIED PLA E
4 T er "with so much emotion and
so little logic." ANn Rf T TRI


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Wiley said aid newspaper ai-
vertisements b Bricker's sup -
porters "set up the craziest
bunch of straw men and scari-
ctrows I've ever seen" and "im-
pugn'the mdtive ana judemetht
of the President."
But Bricker said:
"I will go down fighting ra-
ther than take Lomething that
is not effective And if I lose.
, I'll bring it up again next
year."
. Only a score ut senators were
on the floor as he spoke.

THo's Associate

Elected President

Of Parliament
BELGRADE, Jan. 29 (UP) -
Moshe Pljade, a close associate
Of Prediden', rite. was elected
president of the Yugoslav Par-
liament today. replacing Milo
Djilas who criticized high Com-
munists' wives and was stripped
nf power I
* Pljade. who Is b? but looks old-
er because of loIg years in pris
on and with the Yugoslav resis-
tance grouDs in World War 11
realized a longtime ambition i'.
assuming the post.


D1llas. one of: the Yugoslav
oarty's leading theoreticians, re-
.ooo! signed from all his oublc posts
J ,n..13 after h& hd been remow:
party. accused him of having
"premature pro-Western .ideas"
and of devlatinr from the party
Sli ne in uroposins, the old disal-
Dlinav, system be eased
Djuis also was condemned By
the parw for criticling the
wives of ranking Comminists Jor
snubbing the actress wife of the
Yugoslav chief of staff. Djilas
once waS one of the most popu-
lar men in the inner circle of
I Yxgoslav Communists.
Dllfs In a ]dtt-r to Parliament
bald he hat decided to "with-
draw fttym W works."
Idafe- Tito wKU144er0Llk a
eA* rm for revolu&.airgaBr -
rwe- .before World Wat I,


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DARIEN ...... .Sun, Feb. 14th


20.00


TWO-DAY WEEKEND ALL EXPENSE TRIP
SAN JOSE, COSTA RICA,
Sat. and Sun. Feb. 6 and 7. ..... $45.00
Leave Tocumen 7:00 a.m. arrive San Jos6 9:00 p.m.-
3 hour shopping tour in San Jos6 upon arrival 4 hour
tour of Moravia, Ojo de Agua.
Catalina Holiday Cabins on Saturday afternoon
Saturday. night a tour of night spbts
Sunday a trip to Irazd, an active volcano,
and the ruins at Cartago.
ALL .EXPENSES $45.00 INCLUDING VISA.
This trip only offered once during the peaLon.
Reservatioh must be in' by 'tuesday, Februtry 2nd.
Phone PanapaA 3-3471 or Your Travel Agent.


Milk recommended
for school children
Health authorities recom-
mend milk for school children,
especially at their noonday i
rraeal. Milk provides essential
food elements that give them
the nourishmept tthy pped to


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L It's rea how childrien'go for fresh-tut-
K lm abilk! It's vwen nicer to see:hw
it uilds solid young bodies, too-and help
, keep children well and healthy.
KLIM milk keeaB .y i .he tin, ith...
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Takin l part in he cereion-
and.. 1. fltle t -
let, Wil be Col.r r ye1 F.tatlt-
rtopr. A4d him Ct t T"t. review
iuard W~ll bp c&o 9 g_ the
ilt.Bn., SC nlf rt 'Kolo,
er ie co ~ Lt. Qol.
ee o. MW. 6Ma.n wlc
wU be upped tr tle laut A
Band. n
1'The retjre,12nt, orejr wil be
read byol C. d.Sourt, Ub-
CARt Adjutant General's of-
BMin h Msaelwuaetta. Co.
rplansgble senmliat served in
t U.S. aarin. in the
UAUMed 1,a teirandO.itl from
a to 19t Om -16, 1924
tme-ws .pomuh 1 i*f4td Lt.
1, the Inantry r lelt and re-
oive hrmlar A commts-

Duflng hicoammlisldp serv-
I'e ol. dlu146ee .hkd various
gallery amflnMtnJt I th U.S.
SDian canals-n 0e.
9he Battery Offtcer tRp_, the

in 1944: d(d the ardai
Staff collte in I
-The colonel haltben award
the Legion f Jdertorld the t
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Yort: $25.00oo
Chbt.4... $ 7.00

EfTRPFRISE
GAS STOVES


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YYr. W nd. rUnI m, tu WLL

rof1 -neaf LefXduta last nlgtt
to giye him'f .
"is had a guilt under his
s har" Oribe ai. "He w. jut
standing then. waiting. Be gave
his rifle- to me an t 1 iloadsd
Itt. le had 63 bmlh left."
Oriee -aid t letolf Ko hi to
.Negro hometbeM where he ate
a "whole fried hilekel, some
ykmdi Then Dric drove Noel to
tedhis ri fle al b shooting
Iahebafrom hia wife's moutn
M ., eombe from her hair, start-
di si bloodv sree at a ,store in
Comxlrm where he killed Willie
aymnod Dleckard Jan. 9I after
an argument.
Another Iun battle a few hours
later should in the death of
deputy Sheriff John Pat Malone
'and the flowing day posse
member Joe. Stewart was killed
and three other wounded when
they entered Noel's three-room
aback. Again Noel escaped.
' Later, when Noel was believed
to have returned to bhis home,
pose members bombarded at
with tear was bombs and acci-
dentally set it on fire.
That night, he darted across
the from country road and
rUbber oohttoe ftromp 'the ashes.
h6 slept wherever he could, Noel
said. never leaviln the four-mile
radius.
w erd said Noel's surrender was
woTed out witkthe help of Ne-
roes in the community who
Rnew his whereabouts.


ONE FREE LESSON
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SHOCKPROOF

17 JEWELS


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DANCING UNDER THE STW
RETURNED BY POPULA.R-
Angelo Jaspe & His Ore a ,r
FRIDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 29, 1954
8, p.m t ". "-
CURUNDU (Near the ,
Adult JS -- T m ,V
PONSORED BT
The Swimming Pool A iat".io
Cnrudu, Canal oe. ,


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of these DANCES:
Samba Tamborwt -'Textret ,Wat, and 2t0 W.


BALLROOM DANCE STUDIOS *, -.
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2 p.m. to p.m.M. . ',. .
BALBOA Y.J.C.A., CANAL ZONE Monday, Wednesday, friday
5 p.m. to 9 j.m. -- By appointme ObLY


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Household 4 IW; a*Iug6. gDRt., WENDEHAKE. Medal Rl& .
Central Avenue K Stret. cbmrer.
IGERATORS.-We have avail- 1-CR SALE: -- 1950 Buick Special Telephone 2-3479, Panama.
Just a few 25 cyclp refrger-I One ow !, cr. eleihor. 2-4488. FOR Sd ad
.ecial terms, 510.00 FOR SALiESaws fd and elt fy '.
c s^Ciasa trms $10,00 FOIr c'ro9Frd-r sedan. precision^o saw filin machine d0 f. ;
n,510.00 monthly. Case Spar- excellent running condition, won- Saw retoothed. Knives and scissors l
sontedan precisionsaw xl itomachine 6. WATCHAWEPon
i -Centrol 223, (next to Enc deadtr tnorW p225.. Phone sqrpened. El Remote 142. Estu. Fo
Theatre). Phone Panama 86 27 diante St. Telephon 2 83. ort T. P
:-Thr FOR SALE:-192 Ponr fo Cheftain teen J and K streets. NEW
Ei~l.E:::Three mhoonysn Lu, tLu, iytl.ndis, h llaltic AI ----

E: Leher covered Liing- lon fm 8 to 5 p.m. di ct ship ment y Th
i lSuites from 19 a0. Sie- DaFOR RA.E: '49 Oldsmobile Club FOn 40 oere c e jr ip-l pth
r$12,00. M ol inng Coupe yretc car In t-c. Condition, sold at do ervcin nd fid r

New Ma ttre from .0. G rdHihGreen, 114 Vi thi pry, Pedro Miguel. rton. Central N. 3, n: tla
iftnCha rs. Toa Pon 4-01 after 5 p. to Iliie Vsa w ThE i Phonlable .4,EO. F..?& .,i4 "lA.iTes tl"J
Cash 01,750.00. Phtond T95-L Vim



S1Le.0. Manyt otherLiingsFOR SALE:-n, ick Spe 1948 m. 4. f P -.direct shipment o y Thor C l A
Nw nd Used Furniture We door Excellent condition, mus t sell. FOR SpinnAL:-r Washer, la e st ond pro opeed- d Save

iver el first small down pay- 5"729-B, Diblo Hgts. jeeeor, i 6 ram. In .va e g pd ceOrn RSC r--sh--(,e. Three "d. bfl.to a (N-
9y.0.-T Besrm Arran H O- e SAi E: .-5i Mecuro 4 Door dtionTearly 40% over loca 2 prl'wiri. e
S 41 N25,0 Av0. l Ping Cous e, -ydremetlc. Condition and do s Ner voicing and finnc S -ifae r
rI l. -4911. $ extras. Excllern condition through- ALWAYS HAS LAThII T HfeTSI h Golf Heits.Telepho iati i l, tha qWh
1 3 LE SAL oom turnaturg sop- out. Phone Jroyc: Balboa 2.1236 Strange iri Paraiose Vc. Da mone a3-41 dt onarn. wSe
S,-quested. Full Inf orma-tion, at Cop



.leting of double bed imnnrtpring or Balboo 2-36g9. You You You The Anw Brthers '. iO... ara g. t t hout
Ne w Mttr a es, coil $3r.5ini0, wo G lOR SALEi ay Pldymoiuth 4 l.door an Tims a Elde FihNor it U l (next
h fr l ruai rsend che$2 t of .drlw s driven ,100 4 1 at er Perf ct. 1 Lov Pris ta Th e ao Gibbs ltPhonede Vst, Hi No. l'TDA t c
.grip. 1A. urunw. h hss de lirn. 1 e ver $1.0 HeaoJoh! ith '- 'ag.n: Slc s y-
SEtos d r E lntwt lad e9 e it onmt sesl. e rn am hat 2-4 Pe 9*h. or -i ll
i '. $ ; el00 Many other re ie s FQR SALE:- rick Super h er 195.4 anam 2-4591.


r firs150; small downb pay. 5729-B Diablo H rts. sector, 16 mm.In-i/7 D inMovec omrt .vB RIh c are t-i Tr
accteiy r. $3.Es TerlmAaned H-10 ia SAL o iMe3467. Doe dion. Tel. Pnama 3m710ti. b wT 2 tOhbIr7 a*41
11W. Te Mmse John JeanH ouse.. -S- .- -i..... .a 1
STl.AL-4911n 41 Ntolet Ave.enCua"0 SeAn.dia.94dsuiea.MNT PA--NAM0M=CiAhod bal r.25. r
e f doubleobed, Ine ut o. Salbeo yce2-lo a 1.236 Stranger in Paradise Vic. Demone5 0t 45. fonaTN a. ld om






.coditioWn, $70. Tl. be.G in. Complete, Une of inT
r.5A FOD o u5eLE:-o41 _mouth, _ed_ _an po_ an drn0t9 You You You The A mes B rothers 4






:roods thir^ita headtl, orsg. Theat and "JW ^ f.. -f '1 . .... .... T'^g
d C~trqss s -o coil springs m 9at e2. A ny RNAT HY, de.ms9 Peru Avem e. 8 0th Street, 17 M jone
'.ttes, clino OR., SLE-ySSONt .h .; .,FOR SALE F RENT- a t 2u4ed soo O h t
t 9. 4 56 52A Curune m .eigc. i, V est offer overn $1400 Hey Joe l stle lSmit.. 340 N. We c L3, oOeppirnGl ,n 3- 1Ist ie it
OR SALE:- FriDesk wrerigrlass doo: C-id3r M a tr. oh Pe~te. te 1 . Calix ate
beecose. $40; Westinghouse elec- 307. *orgive Mea JohnLe Jean Shepard -cafte.-












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sd een .rFORaSALEnlymuth, s Danmet o hy Anthoe ny maipe, in pMd es.n Grelat.. Tel.
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Is tMsen.el t e ReoM ein oGse, prel a .r'
Thte rwo tI, fromn Miami 1-D. MUllnavre R. Vas. 120 -Seems easy winner 1-2 -c ch Na g
I en t ai t. .with FIsherman in 2-ollow Me II A. Yea. 107x -Could score again 4-1
Mr. .ried Derby 3-VamplreMs J. OChUD 103x -Nothing to Indicate 15-1
T, ME* _l a 5est 4--1. Chuns F. Hldal. 100 -Apparently off form 20-1. -d, ,
pluib e L-aer n era A. Vas. 118 -Dangerous contender 3-1 ; .
wr -a ty ;ate4 4 A. ngl 105z -Not good enough 15-1

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ark Millionaire is an almost unanimos 2---Tap Lady rf. ninn
f the "experts" to resume his wining ways f-coS tp M. v? o *& -. -: notablee 0
w afternoon in the featured $650 'Cla ssarow ^Ta t rens 2ne A-Noth a tly A ntve :-l Nr t~"
oe-Con Valor F I C 11 --on shot pssibiloty ."-1 ; f
-and-one-half furlong Sprint at the Juan tA-Raomantleo A. Vas. 10 --Duan ro otele '0-1
B--Camaron V. Brown 113x-Threat if bre ak well 5-1
race track. -collrto J. Gongo. 112x-Good early speed 10-1 4
Sfa bet 10--olincerldad H. Rui 1x---Could be close up 10-1 Ninth of 12 arteele .Xof
llienaire will be top- and Alfredo Vasquez (no relk- u..
under 120 pounds and tion to Ruben). Last week Flore- -NBA,-" *" "
en by dependable'Ru- ra set the pace for half the dcI- nd Race "I" Imported 6 Fg.Furp. 8735.00 Po! eles")u: 15: By4M50, "
should be the speedy Look eIsly beat Dark Fv ear-Time W n
Sit rwi -R. Gambler V. 120 -Best e 4-1
d Follow MegIIosur-dre to cut thelAtter's w-R. R. 120 -Bea oot .-1
ct last week In the at three in a row. That race was 2-Invemrn A. Valdt. 810 --ht ly improved 5 -1 Nearly eve "b has A 2-
ket over seven furlongs. The shorter 3-Jeppertn F: midal. 110 -Lonaot possibility 10-1 a tonthetor, N. he'o
wll' tote 118 pounds route will be definitely In Flore- &-Par Midi San. 110 -Beaten favorite 3-2 aims
---ra's favor. 5-Roscrea A. Mena 106 -Dangerous contender 3-.1 oes't .eIat th-
Ar M naFollow Me IT always danger-i
Rey, Doit Kirby ausnd f gets off t oread y ood start, a: aFr ot
nl Round ,dodornsn 3rd Race "'- Native 1 .MePurse:i '4 Pool6 eli 1:45 he
it Roundbunch of teClass 'D" horses over ONfr TWO .
one mile and one-eighth. He wll 1-Mueeo V. Ordo: 120 -Dropped a class 8-1
l Arn anbeguided by Adolfo Te 2-Lady Moon V. Coati. 113, -Distanco,.In-favor 2-1
W TlUf Ty za and will tote only 107 pounds. 3--Annie N A. Yeaa 13x-Prefera Jong route 8-1
Featherweinhted Regal Churn 4-O. Bound R. Vas. 120,-Distance handicaps 2te 1 r o
Jan. 29 (UP) Vet- (Fortunato Hidalgo, Jr.), evi- 5-T_ Tlin E. Alfaro 117x-May need another 10-1
Riley, Dot Kirby and dently nct ready yet Vampiresa --W. Fleet V. aBrown 105x-Nothng to recommend 1-1 an
omack fell yesterday (Jose shunal, and Tanger (4- 7-Daniel-. San. 110 -Also beat at sprints 4-1 o the ball
en Lee Doherty golffield. None of these is rated a .
t here. dangerous threat. "b R e row a .
na Faulk of Thomas.- ,lThe secondary attraction, a QIIID b more--2le ; to A ; -"' "
be't Misso Rley, Forts f T Malone A. Va. 116 -Reent rae Indieate.;' nbrat a n NCAA Scorers, -.ftn
e, Wis.. dropped Mis Bole Joan, Klosco. VedetBe, Mao- 2--Tandra V. orwn 105x-Nothn to indicate 1-1 ou hooking niot -- . r ,'...
Sacramento, 01,. 4 lin, SuC raur. and Newbridge anl 4--8. Velluda F. Hidal. 100 -Would pay fat price 15-1 la olnng to be foul
Mary Ann 5-Pedestal H. R la 109x-4lightly ractious .10-1 line than that ,ball eVO I lCIS Or
ire upset Miss Kirby this one. 6-P. Canola J. Phllp 115 -Danger card 8-1 bowler. '
,.5 and 4. e the elerace 7-Brisa A. Enrlque 112 -Longshlot possibility 10-1 " .Li'KMAN ..a.'
rt round results In, -e the eleven-re pr- D. de Mayo S. Carva. 107x-Hampered by bad legs 10-1 N3ieSI1io pondent Cocb ;Ji
Denneh o Lake For- 9-Isa E. Dario 100 -Brier early speed 10-1
Dennehy of Lake For-'Uni
at Marjorie Burns of N NEW YOR' ,an. 209 (NEA)- en
oss Smith of Coral J n t a o TI S 5th Race "C&D" Native 6i Fgs. Pure: $2325."0 Pool lomes: 2:55 too e at o this mathen. "
i., beat Mrs. Stanley By CONRADO 1-Amazona 0. Mazue. 115 -In thick of It -1 raan Beo
f Dayton, .. 7 and 6. -2-Don Orau A. Mena 108 -Could score at. price 5 1 Prantis ~adm Fm r t -
8 and 2. George Wilco Oro oyLady on Val th R 3-Souvenir A. Gonza. 97x -Field seems tough-ol e 1se: or an a : .art of the se f he also

Coof CorVlrl Ieble, Dalli P First Rae of the Doedable th au-the# senior h s s a sho
rsen Rey.of New fn Vedette M 36 L d e vn a allrat' the latter I,
a.-Royal GamblerPaI r Floris M 1-T. Coliner A. Yas 22x-Apparently outlots 15-1r d. rJ d
of Great Neck, 2-GolJenar 1u lx-COuntender c this in. 32 i W a th% ave.he drvo a, s ifa5
S Be MeWae --Dene FMalone dl. 11 -Rider handicaps 3- last ye and at- ed it t
-. Don ame)ino J. an. 1104x-Raetter raoutide this e 8-1"r ee te-'Mosa ,er 't.
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7 &and 6 l. 1L,..,Mlhnllor Florers I -T." Collirn A. Ycaza 101--Apparently out- sd 15-1 E n oun I 5 olt le
2-Welsh Fox Chu -Contender this2-1NaeMo ave
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e be a .fet frat a N'ta ot.y w 7-tC. Brand Cruz 118 -Could prin goo surprise 8-1 a ahI g t he ball. t4 basket say. S umter. .-,
d addler W~n 8 -- .T a Maic B. Agul. 118 -Excluded r better 3-1o s t gaer tolte eAyter athston tata ga- oil n,,.
S .O." IpwH p ake. hv# than ethat ver the .4xaola g J. Chuna ox-Not In topform 15-1 d Bysoft In big scorthe alls h ohamo i the
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West To Try Brushing Aside
ve wor BERLIN, Jan 29 (UP) The with a detailed plan for free to be debated or perhaps United Natns. but leading the
theentetry tLaboo brush aside C a surprise d- The West antr Cpated Moloto Molot prn the surprise
m nosa eoabrd elt Wasbington. He ac- R0i D i a r--de Bn





viet demand for a woriln disar- would not take this action with- Molote v aim has sebed'ade- after the foreign ministers had .ou
Sounding" ur discussion of propaganda speech making a name week his rmly rJt demand thform Ma e


rw eo b aus sieaSet Disarmament Wfere'neproposo- e shad tiamment flb for a five-power testing with fripft hn
i1 In I emrupcreaing changes S o a. tud o world de Cl Ain


ke it even Foster DullesRLIN, JanBritish foreignhe with detailed plan for free in- r rfere erapn d Nat 'but leaving the
SWeseretar Anteshony deied ton and nertmain s, even two disarmament into W o The en t th n regime. d when he butted open the
A itpoed Changes French foreign minister Gorge the conference ahead of the Red Chin. b cetlr o uto moven F l taa i
Sfort to brush aside oviet the Western minipaters olotov- Ruia' disarmament pto wreck the Nand surprise
Slotov's sudiet de mand orld a disar- wouTheld new 8 o v 1 take this proposal, ence on reductio of r et nations to supercei t
e armament conference. which keeps the Big Four mln- MoltOv of feted a resolution Uaaim. w e uiS
W TON, Jn 2 The thtec Western delgi- iMters taliln about Red China calt for the disarmament pAtr- The Western minitsagreed
'4' turned down a inut tions met hurriedly last night Instead of ermany, will hav e e hwre to put Molotov's-oNttq.power de- -f Jn (
Iewi today accused President they thad so o ad new t expected a long ua ndt tohe agreeday to the two triin subjects A in E t
i enhswer of embracing the e B against Meloto's runtou g his Alie naimeeting, s tettldements e ars 1
ise B nredilted doctrinethat hu- maneuvers which have dead- %olo'o vs Ghfermany an4 AeWtra. --N o rashe
a Ga labor is a commodity or erman settlement conference. ei cwics ii eil for a fve-l or, .pe ioi with Africa, r l hfle h er viv
s Blast se's dU.S. Secretary of State John El. a sItuya would t uta d roth th e E wilds. Uganda.









S of commerce. Th Wetern foreign ministereores he nferene ahead of the Red ha.n official spokesman
SLewis turned down an invta n tnhave also decided to oppos e R" o F r d ugested that Mobotov's move NAIROIe Kmeou, Jan. 2e (UP)
tIvisio the rT a dault agreed to exert every e.- moere atokr Dulles that h r-A aatrsv was tryd-



Sn Senate hearings on rmly t he admission of st and theWeern miners offe Ru ia's dis ament pro-IS towok hriaa anithr e
Labio ran H Wlotov's sueran demand for a dLves enew o v I -t proposal, ence on reduce oh nayof,, tart the scartnations to supertwo
'ac n letter the nr power conference here ich keeps the Big Four in- Molotoe e aiae crashes i the
Stion. the UMW p resident ofial conf e estr said sters talking about Red Chna er al for the armment'p r- The Western inda
Tid thdWstration1p r o p o e d n BERLIN, Jan. 29 (UP)-Wst- atn agenda that would put Red rolnd toomoe u" African e heeeto
dents amounted to "piece met hurriedly las the pitici- instead offcGermanys sa will have let China, trade and disframework of the to put Molotower deFlyn
ed tinkering" with aief l aw that ast and est Ger- foreign mister V. M. Mo s ahea of G erman questions, the Duln lemurmured something Hemingway described himself as
isewa today accused Presiden they had adoptedra new strkt-.p a -ns o d ra. thday to the twoomhreub e








t h Ts' rled. x ge man representatives as obrver tctic at the four cofr- officials said his neighbors could not under- "third time lucky."
.i 'w the of embrace ing "tahe eha suggaistmioe thoat ey ino es here are alienating manyc s A el 0
lbor is a comm i should bhe heconferen c on- of Russia's German ends Meanwhile, Ta, the Soviet e
of 41-N.Jo)ofieleWSenat e rancorm ni t a eas 'AneofficiasrDUt



i turned down an I invitation have lso dec. y ded to 0oaproaea suggested that Moo v'as I move NAIROrI', k w rJan. 2(UP)




tei Senate hearings on firmly the admissi n of ast and s to r e took the Wet bpire, Americh he anauior Ernest Hem-ded
Sa t the antestrn of the presentatives uty -which t he Wea coFernce with A- t no last Saturday,, the sar of two
Mr.Ecisenhoweirs would goverent. t. "ni the propaganda. up r Falls, in some f Mrica'i wildest
't. But in his letter declining the r power cnsfoere wa n heOl beNo 1 onete The agency said ien a broad- Eden saidI- he sai "I am not prepared scoutessve airpy.ane crhes in thery.




invitation, the UMW president respoff conference somal request said agenda un ing e of cast nt e that ues to met on tsatter at
Idi admnistration.ap r o p o a e d tod ae BERLINan. fo 29 (UP) coni-West- approaching arguments by at- crashed on teofUg while a tteat.
dents amounted toa piece- thl West rejects the pn- ctcuaeteroffi d tor s darcy tvsetdChina trade and thdisarmament r
K41tinkering" With a Iaw thet potion of East and West ner- foreign minister V. M. Molotoh's ahead of German questions, the Dulles mnurmurecisomethingfemingway'described himself as








.lthe e repesalted reitma WedstIesdas bs Moeroto ct. years, the Red propagandai- polfficyials said. his neighbors co d not under- third time lu ck
than arnv on h IndeWtere crietalienatOingfruiTh an I 0 iclrs Serv --
rathefirst ug ag as well a o ed puti tte Wet- chine h been hammering a p which thr
in ad a bills Inmtrodi should be. "heard" bys n the codefensiv- w ay at th e theme that Russia typed ani which has been bor- atedter hatt- Id Heilngwarsaid today's' fie to




writ ChairmanH. Alexan- f ftlaa iat olGiin onw everyone fory, cal n Secretary Bidault threw irn sIn the day's flight wa rsmal single-
incea od. senatiRred Cof e vtGe henst th ree with l raa i

d, thesmendenta tha ol t ad frt ot efrsteritt- t G ermansof Russ ia 'st wie F iem CM Or gaatihba3 e
seda i;the4a merhnt tcn enog wercan "po o opagand.ve ore mTan 3 tears erv ce
asoghtMr. ensnhower would spoesmaWest'shdecision was. n ihdiv be No.I olet %.onfer- The agency dIn a broad- Eden si, "I am not prepared -country.













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l!g !s edhled to foll i who retired at the end be accompanied by Mrs. Gilder signaled the Adminlstrative Ca lickt b ppurly 8-5I-
U.8 O fof Jutary, their positions, and ald their youngest daughter, Branbch. He was made chie f iofat Inf g fr c
' "n C t of w r u length of service follows: Mary Donnie. section in 1935 and chief of rec- "" o w r .
SOI, Indoohlna, Jan.w S ock or ens A. total of 3 positions are .Capt. Carl. 0. Baldwin, de- ord bureau in 1943. He was ad- t1 BiE
r- The Communists were presently available in the Pan- ut warden at Gamboa Penl. Hannigan, who was born in ministrative assistant from H19W4 4letori ovCn ae s
rfted lifting their siege of Ne r ir am Cnal service according to tentlary; 31 years, one month Rovere, Mass., was an apprentice to 1941 When he was promoted WASHINTON Jan 9 (UP)- Silr ice
ai Bien Phu today, possibly the lat of vacancies contained and 19 days. machinist and later a machinist to chief of the administrative Rep. Charles B. Brownson (R-Ind.) la i
.. prelude to a new attack AI Cl O in the transfer vacancy bulletin Dr. Wayne Glider. superinten- with the Boston Navy Yard be- branch. said today he hopes the recent ar-
Luang Prabang, odancientA. l ISe lissuet.-tl1* week by the Person- dent cf Colon Hospital; 33 years, fore coming to the Isthmus in rest of an English citizen New
apta 40.000 R of Laoseds d a cov ence to employee nl tBtre l. l s ive months and 22 days. 1919. He was first employed as a After retiring, Mr. and -Mrs. York will help crack a fulous them ,S
ahreast 40.000 Reds hed Asva oSftnton -are In the classi- .Aieph C. Hannigan. 6lok machinist and. later was tranm- Shrapnel expect to make their international syndica .accused of Wri a a..
a or days round= w n ..the Cp.... i.. h-lated group and 21 operator, Locks Division; 84 terred to the Locks Division as home In California, ill sail "profifteering"'on s U.S. war the nes and seif
ul-Phu, French butpost te Olulbholuse Division kI .al i- ,ti.akft group. The posi- years, six months, and six days. a lock operator. He has worked in May for the Stats, material. sar nw attn t .
west of here, andts opened a snack bar in a iW tons my be -filled by transfer Peter F. Shrapnel, chief of the with the Locks Division on both Browason identified the. man as n ne attention
Ftrench and loyal Ino- outlding near Pier 8 wr of eligible employees and applica- Administration Branch: 38 years, sides of the Isthmus, but has Welts was born in .Qonnellsvlle. Christopher Allingham. re is be-
Sdeendes had been sandwiches, coffee, soft drinks, tons should be transmitte d to one month and 17 days. bee stationed in Gatun since P#nn. and woredisever-al years ing held on Ellis Island.pdian
or attack "at any moand similar teams ae for sale. the Employment and Utilization Emil A. Weltz. moldr. Indus- as a molder with manfactuiR investigation ofhis app a
t Te snack bar will be ope Diviaion*, trial Bureau; 23 years, seve- companies on Connelfille and tion. "
rivers here believed the sfLpdays a week from .tAt V apA in the following months and 21 days. Itannigan' has made no de- Monongahela.Penna. He f tudied He said Alling haW been
hitei withdraNal from tie -* ad hrn- ot ; tr listed I n the Born in Trinidad. Colo., Bald- tnite plans as to where he and one year in Germany -before named in Congresis l _ttainy .WIR at KCI 3
Thold in centreul Laa The hours of opeftio@ b related groups: win has. been with the Canal W wife will live after retire- coming to thq Isthmus In 1930. as the partner ofto Dawson. i -
Sbe followed by a Jab at were arranged to accommodate Chemist, counting clerk, clerk- zone Police force since 1922. He eAt. All of his service with canal an English ex-onet _pd trader
SPrabang, thesatetned last the large number of emplajes s qgrapher, electrical engineer, first arrived on the Isthmus I rapnel, who has more years organization has been with the involved in mnt.tiiallo dollar
maor enlve tati the piers who work val san tary engineer, f I r e m a n. from Amarillo, Tex. with th of pervicee than any of the other Mechanical Division, which is surplus deals in G iheaiW.
t" "tor unknown "the- s n acs k b. r agard, telephone operator or- 10th Signal Company, U. S. Ar- enployee retiring from the Ca-now the Industrial Bureau. Brownson is head. t a iouse A fleet of small Nagoohs
The snack bar, or a siamlnaW gnationt and methods exam- my and after his discharge, join- hal organzation-in January, was He is an expert at tl ljob and government operatilnasubconmiit. Task Unit-59.2., wlhch t
parttroopera dotb installation, was recently ro- er, policeman and shorthand ed the force as a policeman at- born in Buffalo, N. Y. Before In 1944 received a letter of com- tee which has .be-a ivetigaMtg Mine Divisions 1, S 1,
Sfwere at quelted by representatives of reporter, tached to the Cristobal Police coming to the Isthmus In 1915, mendation for the development the internati a4. .f in for ad 4i ( pset iglh
Whd*ikd tLocal 900, CIO. because of tU P .tQs in the craft Station. :*' he w manager of a small feed of a process for mo:alp g set three years. .. motor. es
3 Ditob hlhw-e i many dock workers who checd roi l Wood and steel From I=O to 1940. he was In mill in Sherman. N. Y. He came eastings whlol axved Ihe, g0- T-ie Cong. im J til *-- d uled .t ae ta
ow' Valt" f in for work early in the morn, is el elan, marine charge Oi the identification bu- here for a visit and took a Job ernment considerable atiee, la- either stOail
se in a r ing ,and do not leave the pier e machinist, reau it-police headquarters in Intead as a clerk with the Re- bor, and fuel oil. a hearing on-
-. toi nar, nfsv.," lrea again until their day's 'ter, and towing the AdbuInIstration Building, celVtin and Forwarding Agency, don- hm to .ee by .
optrX tinorthern from work I completed. a peratr. Balboa H~ights. During this time now the Terminals Division of -Mr. and Mrs. Welts will leave some light.on Da' s USl t
ndochina .Or a fewI: he was aWaU!Oed a diploma In the Transportation and ~Ter- the Isthmus March L. to make and disclose- Ai hais.
rlt YIndochina for a few ,-'' fingerprint science issued by the minals Bureau, their home in Cal-Fera4 s tacts: .
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Police station. In 1950 he romwas a fon the idane to was given f ioLater, o. Nico copl r t
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-eld Savannakhet on.completing a 12-week course, :.a. .lt..
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E. Edgerton on his enterprise n. r -c- a
iga and initiative.a G ednt s ickdy wIn- sn TAs
S"In 1r41 he replaced R. W. wAn-to..lwe *.....I. ie."e he
"G riffith, know assistant chief Of ATLANTXA, Jan. 29 (UP)--When and there m a.ge.sint.e i.. tyb he would bhr..' The ololwlge t
the Canal Zone Police Division. al t a wishedd made to have e n aoe, esohe loft.
1 W. ", ilscommander of the Gatun slant iter entereil a Sarch to Eleston Ch r e ao e -W* i p t5 U P
Police Station. In 1950 he was d found the mniidanee to was given ensrpm Later,Nicat-lwVII loi n
assigned to duty as assistant de- "1w .... "t.t in touch.With,
wVe aof. nusne tywarden at the Canal ]Zons .7 e, litclly k) andp bellevad e&. be q Mb thuhe mas "i'
to f the enitentiaryand the followit N'fol", V',
year walepromoted to the ragk ',7e1d-= W -i s ifWback ht e 'fo t
--captal nand. made deputy dO&-si i so l n Tro m b t ',.-
hIad nd wat1ttedi ', 1Shi in he Tas
erddn, replacing Capt. C. H.sto Sithm O two other hespitals wlt? .J ldm
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mer Gladys B. Lowande, who I
Employed b the office of the
Superintendent of Gorgas Hoe-
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in Panama for the present.
Dr. Goer was born in Butler,
A I.L. anlA ie here in 1920 as
a .- tern the Colon Hospital
Is retiring voluntarily after
Sfa W ofsmevlce as superin-
n0Pa- of W osptal atwhiebc
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hited ero ago the Atanic side of the Ilsth-
tibegn sB" ai i0 apd' bra 19i* up to the
tiag I appointed super..
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