The Panama American


Material Information

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


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


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

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:

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President Truman's budget sub-
mitted to Congress today Idicat-
ed that the income and expenses
of the Paama Canal Oorspoaf
are emzetd to remain it ag-
prordmatel current levels during
Id IDrofram of acquist-
tion aU wa s provided for in
the p a budet programs.
Th dt d that the Com-
laith f sl 54. a compared
Itth "W/m I7O dollars la the
currr r. A major is ,lA.-
am *14i o be applied to the
eT AI Zone Qovermmment.
unwided bycan.Y
a i dlarn eaema as

In WlS:analyuls of Canal Com-
panyE ersatans for U4 the
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tite, ueIlera. em'loyes' serv-
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Request Includes

Steel Bleachers

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WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (UP) President Trumai
asked Conress today to appropriate 1 23,000 dol" ,
to maintain the Canal Z oe govermmbt and fipancm
capital der:.opment in the Zone during f4scol 1954, '
The budget submitted to Congress tobty prove
for an appropriation of 1.3,13,000 doers to defray op
dinary expenses of the aemenu and 2,040,000 dollars
fer capital outlay cefly for new housing construc-
Tei President eslimuted that the cost of ordinary
ov^e _t in the ConW Zone will involve obligations of
A7 W dollars in' 1954, slightly higher than
the esboted 1953 ou hMs of 12,738,O dollars.
-The increase ucosar 1954 rtita s from the.
cliio of the cost of "pelrqisg the pastel system preyv-
ously carried as a sepamt item," the President esl
ed. 'The costs of the progams,jc te

Spimarw or *.rrav.0o
r .eold.w4torae ware-
.rher *ouamtuary fa-
meral category, whlin
fl9e of reimburse-
te Ttreaury for the
one GovernmentL
7 waa earmsaied or
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da ~ A' said.iall-- evn selling necktie ort"ed.rl. n

atomic exp&aimos and. P.,00o,-
000.000 to conanue, he I V &e
arming-Amerte's free; all.
The prupaMed fiscal 19 bud-
get, which covwf the 12 nioWat
starting next Jly 1, put peqIa
emphasis on tr need fo -
creasing the nation's a ic
weapons stockpiles and eve -
ing and testing new ator. w=,-
vices Including
the H-bomb.

It amie peeMOd for an Air
*orce Imdv l t: 13 3 "
only lJe whv shgrt o iMe s_-
taste 143-wing geIm b
jun a. i m called,. fr
coastrnetlMkf a third Navy
super aircraft carrier. .
Mr. Trpian conceded the
price Qf .ecrt was high but
he sagd th UW ted States can-
not let-down Un Its rearmament
effort until te lWt threat of
communlat ajgresisn l eraed
from an uneasy world.
The President predlctWd a .-
.900,00.000 deficit in fiscal 1954
It Congress lets corpoation, per.
sonal and e Wie _tA looreasee
die on schedule this year and In
early 1954. This, he said, would
push the national debt to $274,-
000,000,000 or June 0.1"4. the
But he held outhope t. the
federal budget Could be tabil l
ed at about _e.,0o00,o.OO, to
S .W000,00,mM ter two or three
years presumably accompa&nl-
ed by tax reductions ombce the
peak of _rms spending past.
Mr. Truman was aware of
the rough treatment i star
for his prepeals by Cegrems
and the ineeia 3 ElMeOwer
InIstrato'eO.- *eA r .me-
dMiesay that tie NPrOWst-
eet hbd a, v .s in p re-
eommendatiM nr' m per-
feetly free t.~ aMg them.
Elsenhower'a dg et chef-de-
signate, JoSeph M. Doe. al-
ready is conferring with other
members of the new OOP cabin-
et on specific reductions. Later.
the new president plans to out-
line his eneammy plans to Con-
gres piecemeal, presumably
starting ", April.
Senate. .ttalltean leader Ro-
bert A. Taft andoter OP Con-
ffrmlal o rimap iftii to Slash

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Included were federal aid to
edusatld, expanded social.M,
curity, eoatinued public o "
and Some k]ad of plan to
pay the doctn"s btll.
.He also levePed a new attack
on the McCazran-W_4ter 0=6
(CeMUnued eOi nEI, 6 4)

The case of three teen-af
Panamanians chargedI U=
ing In the Balboa Me
trate' Court with stealing.
pe, .aa T sndIMi;
from a car, wis
nued unu Monday afternss..
Two of the defendats, '
Jerome, 18, &n4 Kenneth
ander Brathwalte, 17 ,
charged Jointly with a
sequent oflense of petty larcel
The third boy, 16 years, o
faced the charge of petty fa
ceny for the flkt Ume.
Tse tree are accused f
stealing two hub cava, two hea.
light rims and lenses worth
lat night at 10. from a 10'
Ford parked em Thatcher Niglh
way, which belonged to Leon d,
They were released In th
custody of thetr parents WMa
to await tral Monday.
Jerome and. Lrathwalte we
both found guly of stealing t
bicycles aa sentenced to .
days in Jal each on June
1062. Jerome had an adW
conviction on Oct. 29 of e
year when he was seateneetl
30 days in jall for stealing mop.
per screening.
benefitt Cosino
To Open Again
This Weekend
The benefit gambling
will be qpen again this
beginning Friday night, at
Rancho Garden.
The ba*Mfit 0 OW.a
anm New Year's I W eek
but the LasUTaba
pa ders beat 10
One lady frtom ko At1
IF.s eblem
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THIS IS YOUR FORUM TIlE READERS fWN COLUMN There are high government .
S "officials who are now certain .

o survival, have been disguised : I
The Mail ho i en ops *emm tor reedean of TIn Penme A.r. Soviet agents of lxr greater tin ren
kMe. Lion are received lrefully eid o* headIlM d i wholly seI- portance than A. *.
; destel mmer. This is a new aIM p
t ll .emntrbute a letter dnt be ipllea t it dest app*e. th* p ttern of treo .l
-t day. L.tters er published i the order r ,e.ived, places, a conspiracy I
Ph.. try te keep the efttesm lImited M pee lngthb, which the enemy has ioll. *l .
fIdently *o lotte ware m hedIM I. striutst e-fideBnce. world diplomacy and ho l WOo
This mewspeper ensuwme eepemlbilily tor utatsoemns es eplaleus control of interiiittllB
empIrssORed URO lers rom e deRS AN iCLUsations wh which affect
of every non-Codmmunist nation.
Even Alger Hiss Is but a small Hon
GORGAS GOURMET SOCIETY warning flash of its success. .
Ancon, C.ZL It is a conspiracy in the molt b!
To the Mail Box Editor: e sensitive civilized areas. It has
Was a little amused by the episode described in the Mail Box, never really be.n probed. But it
the title "Mr. Average Might Mind His Manners." will be. Soon. Shortly after the oI te
The reserved table at the Ancon clubhouse has Nt one pur- new Congress is reorganized, In i 0
pose. After many requests for more rapid service, by the nurses fact. Co
who regularly dine at the clubhouse, the management suggested One who will seek eaetuty
a reserved table to eliminate any long waiting. In British, Canadian, lndian a
To the uninformed, the nurses at OorgsU have one half hour and other antl-Commantt
(30 minutes) for their meals. No additional time' I allowed for diplomatic circles feo Stlet o
commuting to and from the h With theospital. With the hospital employes operatives s Sen. Leader e
scatteredd throughout the clubhouse it was expecting too much of Willey of WIseonsIin., hea4 ef wint.
y waiter or waitress to demand prompt service. Thus the "re- the Senate Foreign Relatal *
served table" was employed. Committee. Wisconsin's senior music
S Needless to say, it has been most successful. Nurses off-duty Senator is aware that he must
often sit at other tables to allow more room for those pressed for move cautiously. l contn
time and also to be less conspicuous. He has no Wish to discredit n u0loan w
Anyone can readily understand that in 30 minutes there is the United Nations or to m D
little time for conversation or relaytion with one's own or any- pugn tnhe good faith of our a In- d wort
one else for that matter, when at least eight of those few minutes ternational friends. But he is which
re spent going to and the th the h, absolutely convinced that there
SWe, the nurses, thank the Management and all other courte- is treason in high places. Itchla
>ouw and thoughtful individuals who observe and try to understand He believes that many Amerlt comm
the need for the "Reserved Table." It is not "class distinction" or can diplomats are unwittingly who
a* "undemocratic" policy but an effort to eliminate a too hasty supplying confidential d ma t
olftake of food with resultant indigestion. Perhaps "Mr. Average strategy, and our aspironas coll
American" prefer a colicky hospital staff when he's hospitali- well, to camouflaged oviet h
t tr r agents who've worked their way Athe
I am not above inviting anyone pressed for time, the supreme up into tha ambassadorial sl. i' aanm.
ivelege of dining with The Chosen Few, and am sure any other cles just as His, did here. t**
B as democratic soul would offer the same invitation. There is dynamic evidence of I-- w
n a' -- Yours For Bigger And Better Ulert. this natttern. It was gig mly un-
iraveled by Sens. Pat MCarran' s
MOTHER COMMENTS ON COURT NEWS sub-Committee on Interp1l Be-
/ Diablo, C.Z. pelin r of its counsel, young and "Itu it SIl
cuitDunenr.ot I nti Eth jioplan' Christmas

I am sickened, body and soud. That convicted criminals; (IPR) healings. "nOd nia d
thugs, perverts, rapists be allowed their choice of serving their It is being generally over- Wy I0 RUARK c
sentence by (Ab serving their time in prison or (B) serving their looked, but the IPR had inter- e r1
time in the Armed Forces, is an outrageous insult to the young national affiliates whose of- -
men serving our country. isals included Russ n inteli- ADDI8 ABABA.thlopia.-We decided not to Amha, which I am to attempt t
My young sonr nqw overseas, joined the Armed Forces soon ene officer as well as trusted bother Halle elal wh w hit Addis on memo ""' '
a ster orea His manly condUct is testimony of the pride and aiplomats in tir many lan, Ch mas Day. were goin to push on to The ggeous Madam on hbd t
honor he feels in being a member of the Air Force. Millions of Our State Dept. was inffltrat- Na4 next day. AnyhoW, we had a better in- 14 months' worth of named t
mothers share their sons pride, ed. So were forel govern- aviation whom they had thge
f l'r sons joined an honorable institution; not an institution ments. IPR was ust one case I fa un b1u, but I have flown from Cairo through the last t ime.
for the psychopathic axid corrupt. history of the dipate of ur.- to NI^ I and Ser time I always There w aB alsoge
S.. ea t. a thenetc pu tlme. srs aw@3
This is a lorrblc thought: You serve your time. Te your Russians into hlh circles- ua ls tut id, blod, wll Al, thear and anothn a
choice, prison or Armed Forces, for-- "Ye who enter".., very lhigh, indeed. .
An 58 ines hearplane washih flew apanthem both Christa ve obn Cairo. We t had al plowed r wife an

1 ir r Ut of length ti re was going to ad s t nt to sha q In that it ao
S3rTidy 24 Bazilian state 39 Harem room theU.. eand ml. Hen w n- e w a te r owAganweuyt-e i10Bu.Ute x

i e tc s b Phases 25 Dry 40 Ties turnrnto oeadthe Chinese W t made I kin of our lvwhich ueder a p i
O iSpZOTAL ed 27 Blackbirds of 42 Animal ed on $ (American) ef t fly-bit wa that pe do of tdta

mnsvompound 7 Runs cuIoo fmily 43 Girl's namen The smooth U ittle doctor was with a touch of kindeaes And d etg t obChriwt- ein aI a 14," t attll t
SType of shovel 28 On the 44 Princial ideritf'ed by our Call Batse de rHe os. .ll. a old, n te- ws me

SMrtion aDuratidon sheltered side 4 heavyvolume Commsslon as a Comftern ya s r a to a hny effortlwgsly. .
155 inefee s ooin Ime,.tp 29,R"sil bird 47Scuar ent -and has sapnce decle-d to naalln ta I"rwuhseMa o
2w1 Pause 30 Grit 48 Makes s loyalty to the leader of and who s ver Obf pitHty a
24mSherhas 19 hoThenaped 32 Decree mistakes enemy forces M h The-m. female fron Caireo tooCape owaI know i t tedl
pSrson saefabriae ArSo 5Snc But at that time, the IPR iets.r. he arld o k bute I idt e. ll ws
"itrlotd mone-oa oVl brownsfonly on passing that he' waroath rouhasttime

divetoed rhi 3hArr Take Russi headed the financial Ino Itu very r at.t i athealsoOm al th)
TSheisris a h 56i ght brown s fellow traveler of Owen Lath- e sleep wecoulduse.Isyorhigh' ttedth-eroand '
scresn r58 Dry esnes Ne r "Y mrnwhoenterd.dvereiondted. t .n toaper,-and I. hadneenPvery olot d& o if never t a

s2en-- -- I8 DrT IineA| aitrument which flew hoped.would ahristm e in Ca r. WO had a low e a, t" t
in latution f ttonalst ChLnee econo e rot ed loalin wear g t ld ort ea don't aw
ii Onager v mt l 2 AFasLattimore was g o -it that tnur snt to ih itlth "To t.

',lGrkgodof vi- iokothe Idea of an neraiiomalt, satin atIran chIg tt od i
Swaru 3 Tidy 24 Brazilian state31 Harem room the U. F. and Dr. Ch was re- ae ter I know, n o. 1 aKe l g. X
1 Ceavy bsow n t 4 Phaes 25 Dry 40 Ties' turnin to heaB d the Cinee What made eve speaks i nheu n a 5I
rian Wave top 2 Rbbed fabrics 41 Performer htetio Fund, which eari looked about like It aways oor wih s wh th
eri7 Runs Uo family 4 l' d ome The smoothe doctorFBI by W et. tou1h of kindnls D lI*-I- f

as pe of shovel 28 On he 44 Prncil dentif.d by our Civl se in o e
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ye 19 Short-napped 32 Decrees mistakes enemy forces Mna o T eme from Cro.onal Moneta
Is fabric 35 Ardor 51 Since But atfor thime, the IPN was a t o enpeok, bgt 1 didn't

dv e.ards(ib) of Mr. White, by the fnancalis t. was Wry aa agt WC oh Pp
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ber & glass sets ........................... 3.95
pp es............. ..................... 6.50
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Towel & shoe combination rack 5.95
Wall shoe racks for 3 pr. shoes 1.35
Wall aboe- racks for 90 or. shoes 3.30
Chromed robe hooks ............ 0.75
Metal ironing boards ..........11.50


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Stray Ml kl
Ouook Al t Paz
Politcal Turneum
LA PAZ, Bolivia, Jan. 9 (UP)
-A stray bullet killed Seftora
Mar.'r Andrade, 74. aunt of Boli-
vian ambassador to Washington,
Victor Andrade. as she stood
watching a wild political de-
monstration late Wednesday.
Witnesses said three shots
were fired at the height of the
demonstration which came pu
an aftermath of an abortive re-
volt here Tuesday.
E,'iora de Andrade. an in-
nocent onlooker, fell dead when
she was struck by one of the

tu1omam"d df Hwksn fl
downtown IA te
dent Victor Pasi
whose forces erlasW TM
attempted co0* .
Paz Btenasor de~ounest S*
revolt uas a plot by oIMWU-W_ l
mining IntetvW ,_ih(e jEMN .
ties were expron d 1uM
year, and warned that h
ernment will a gah .Ml.
attempts. '..,

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Shipping & AirLine News Ruth Mileft Says:
S o -It happened in New York. ihe should have realized that
8. Cristobal J. Carson Miss Jean A Cham- After years as a seamstress in., It's never safe Tor a woman to
Sd Wednesday ues. Dr. ond Mrs. Walter Clark; a blouse faefory a certain mar- outshine her husband or even
Im Wt88 Passenger Vocend J Clarke; Vernon Lar ried woman was promoted to to give him the Idea that she
CothsbmanIreladynd.putIn charge at40thnks she does.
& C. Lombard, Executive St- Cloniz: Samuel 0. Coleman;! other women. Her pay was rain- She sh e bo ut e
eary, nnd Mr Loinard are Masier Larry Corrigan: Mrs.
Animong the 88 passengers who Margaret C. de Leon: Mt. and ed from $50 a week to $59. qf her problems home for her
hailed from New York last Mrs. Leo F. Donohue and infant; Succes story? Well, not haba d to solve, "Hpney, I wish
Wednesday afternoon on the Pa- Mr. and Mrs. Philip A. Downs After three m h f me what you thin I
nama liner Cristobal, according and Allan Eder. with a forelady, her husband ought to do about such-an-
Ste pasCsenget accAbraham Feinman; Miss Mar- stormed into the factory a sut" would bavv put across.
Mr. and Mrs Lombard attend- jory Fischbein; Mrs. Mary A. told the thateven to se
ed the wedding of their son, I Hae; Mrs. Dorothy E. Hamlin take my wfe off as fortlady'll been made foreladyy" se-still
Richard, In New York recently Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hatch; blow your brains out. deendedoher husbands up
4 and later Lombard spent a short Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Hause,; ofTt j echd erior exlan
4 time in Washington on official Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. leiotzke e. ilhe o b o a i
business. Most of the passengers and son; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ed The job of forela' h is q9 When r, husband gets a pros
listed on the Cristobal for itsHval: Dr. Joseph A. Johengen; Ing tomwfs head."motion '.he: count on hi
southbound trip are Canal em- Mr. and Ars. Bernard A. Kelle- E d nn to y husband thi uinetly prod
ployes and their families. Iher; and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene h and l a g tit whc aa i
The complete advance pas-,C. Lombard; Mrs. L. Irene B. himand i haser ojob u h n iwan taki'
enger lhbisyt follows: IcMcLaughlin; John Martin; Mr. ssba t'drou uth16 l
ager listi follows M eLaughli o n r mtin Mc needn't have happened that has to re diploma
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Adams; 'and Mrs. Victor H.eMay, Jr.; Mr. o course M aroilt
Miss Gretchen A n d r e s; Mr.I and Mrs. David J. Mays; Ms. a cused .le Ma hould a woman to bhea
eorgna Attard; Mr. a ry R. Osburn and son; Mr. have used a little tact when she e e in an office or a fe'
Jerome Barras: Albert Beehler; and Mrs. Arthur C. Payne and 2 Sh shorul have plad d ist f act n o ika
Mr. and Mrs. tanley D. Brown children Thomas Polite Mr She sul ave playe own s wife ang lke
Mrs. Elinor Brown and threeand Mrs. Elmer E.Powells and 2her promotion instead o e play t o a forelady ar
children; Mr. and Mrs. William children; Mr. and Mrs. Harold N. g it up. the house.
Raymond; Mr. and Mrs. John F.
Rice and step-son. Robt. Morris-
M d Anl. i AF ~ sey; Miss Ana L. Rivera.
sIth dna-i urg er Dr. E. P. Shirokov; Albert J.
Simonis; Mr. and Mrs. Morris B.
S i.Triat rl Withnessees Smouse; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest C.' r a o. ,
Trial Winesses Stiebrits and 2 children; Miss
Sat rh Katherine F. Tal'er-o; Miss An-
na M. Taverna; Miss Elizabeth
'Terry; Leo A. Turner; Mr. and
Mrs. Stanley Tyks; Mr. and Mrs.
'0, 4Jan. 9 (UP)-The!Luis Vogt; Mrs. Dora Welch; and
1* 0t4e courtmartial of Richard A. Whalen.
pthy rueger Smith enter- f
'"ds pluecqftd session today with Moore-McCormack
ex rt medical testimony on the Founder Dies m
toectid that she was "complete- NEW YORK, Jan. 9 (UP) -
ly without control" when she Albert Moore, 72, co-founder and
sVakbed her husband fatally, president of the Moore-McCor-
iIrig. Gen. Rawley E Chain- mack line, died last night while
bers who treated Mrs. Smith walking near his home at Forest
"neurotic explosions" for Hills.
years before she left the The shipping executive was
T United States, yesterday told the believed to have suffered a hart
court trying her for murder that attack while strolling on the icy
she is "unable to control the streets. 9
more primitive influences" when Moore had been under medical -
she has had a few drinks of care for a heart ailment for over c ii
alcohol or has taken drugs. ta month. h ,L
Chambers, the Army's chief of I -- A SU
Sneuropsychiatry. was flown hare tail t A
rom Washington to testify for etail Food. Costs FF SEAS RATES NOW IN EFFKCT-
the defense a n the trial of G'-n.!ro .1 Per Ce A e -
Waiter Krueger's daughterOp r K M offers all 8h.s
rithe murder of Col. Aubrey D. n Three Weeks Fo* u lit wel 11ro nthe i
He was one of a parade of wit- WASHINGTONJ .UP) Four flights weekly from the Caribbean
nesses introduced to challenge Retail food prices fell 1.1 per '. oice *f Northern or Southern Route
the prosecution argument that cent in the three weeks up t teepAir and SleperStce avaible
I v.fll rhat Mrs. Smith "knew f aes1r mlmetr theenrouteeatBDOaextrafare
right' froin wron and as ablepureau of Labor Statistics re- Exurious DC-6 and DC-6B airliners
she plund a knife into the te d le put the new re- De Ipxe and Tourist Class Senice .
'd ita food rrice index at 228.4 Neh Firt Cla rvi with it
A boro "I YA W & W m of 1935-39 prices. T h i# i 4s, a u1tu Is e i ti i 'nt C lass S service w ith It8 fa-
told court that hq u ged 12.5 per cent above prices just -us urse f J and all the extraa" or choose
m; M to have his wife hotal- before the Korean war. KLM's economical Air Tourist Service On bt y
I ed only a few hours before'the The bureau said an eight-city njoy the comfort and convenience of the same
Bot prosecution and defense drop in egg prices during the modern aircraft and the confidence inspired by the
S- hwas, a hevv user of cet ndsa ices per ame experienced "million-mile" pilots and crews.
drugs and alcohol, and that she cent.
once spent 15 days in an Army Lower prices were also report-
hospital here undergoing treat- ed for beef and veal, with de- pQ uflin f al qgS
ekt for "common drunken- lines in such meats as chuck BOYD MROTHERS, 3 "L" St.
Sand narcotic addition. roast, frarikfurtlers, hamburger Fnia, yl. 2.200S ad e
and veal cutlets. approvd travel agencies

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Ti father seatst, gtod shape tible, very good condition. WOLD' f A1LN
J *d condition. For sale at Easy payments for sale at ROYA DUTCS
16th St. Central Ave. 16th St. Central Ave.
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- thaa.t Mr. h Mr. -Ped* O A series of inew calos will be the same theatre last month but
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n a picnic to Chilibre tomorrow, troops began arriving today for
was announced today. "Exercise Snowatorn." 0
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however, students will be 82nd Airborne Division were tumaputati,. -
htarged :'5 cents for transporta- brought north in 548 vehicles miets.
on, adults 50 cents. from Ft. Bragg., N C. SMOOT Y Vp
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Household A tnmn.itlw Do y. bey, av Inak'g M-b PHILLIPS Oceanside Ca u The PROFESSIONAL
SSALE: Coldspot refrigerator, FOR SALE:-1950 Chevrolet 5 pos- 2031 Ances C. l. Oceanview from ll cattages. St ep
.4u. ft., 2 lb. freezer. 2 years singer coupe. Phone Navy 25- D1 WENDESSre rInSc o Cro M n
l:d. Quarters 530-D, Cocoli. 3119. DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical clinic. barbeand shu, refflgeredi.Pan- t
SQuartrerrs 530 2 C cl. F 19 Central Ave. K Street corner Pan- baece and hu rfia bard. P an-
ORSALE .Refriger r 25 cycleFOR SALE:-h wer ne2 Dr ama. Phone 2-3479 0- 3N-877. M'S'itba. 31673.
.w ntinohuse, ,9 cubc foot, Poce- -, n, with. Poe ,ie new ca Oft No. 435 Nalmm 96 .
;lai' inside and out. $85.00. House condition, under 10,000 miles. = -
SR-i-D Rousseau. Phone 25-3468. May be seen at 1524-C, Govilan FOR SALE lomr bN 0W EMC
R- -D Rousseou. one Area, Balboa or coll 2-3269. Miscellanet'nh e ndete iqteI Teeph ne
perfect condition $75.00. Estu- FOR SALE:-1948 Chrysler, 4-door Sealed bids, in triplicate, wll be re- 1 P M D t
jdiahte Street No 150, Apt. 1, in Sedan Windsor Highlander. OriginSealed -bidsin TtO 1ite, i Cb rC d ld
back first floor al ow ner, good cond ition and go ad ceived in the 'office of the En ____*
A Be ol$1,185.00. Call Coco Solo417. tar, Panama Canal Company, Bal- Casino Aps N reVoter tni n o- .811 Vo eC
'.ny, double-bed, with Simmons boa Heights, Canal Zone, until Canary. S turday undG F,
outes mattress, and Beauty- FOR SALE --1950 Nash 2-door se- 10:00 a. m., January 22, 1953,T we.
Box spring. Excellent conitIon, dan, bed, radio, good condition, and then publicly opened, for fur- FRm R N I 3 '
r $90.00. House No. 601- $1,100.00. 5647-C, Diobo. Tee- fishing all plant, tools, equipment,

lfeet. House 18, phone 3-2681. chrome wheel f r000 s' tainted from the office of the Con- 0655
A A rn Blvd., at Bhia Place phone 3022 after 5 p. m. labor, services, and materials, ae n s o s, os
SLE:--Dining table with ex- FOR SALE:-1951 Oldsmobile Super for performing oi2-3739 l work for Re- 4 bathroom
Xhina closet $40.00. All in excel- tion, undercoating, chrome vents Gatun Dam, at Gatun, Canal Zone. 4 bedroom% larg ivingroo, F
conditiAvenue Son Francisco 13 new battery, De Luxe wheel, Forms of proposals, specifications, be lvng sndll yard with b nrtl won Of* l lO
Ret. House 18, phone 3-2681 chrome wheel dics, fender panels and full particulars may be pit, unfurniches; 2 Co Cod's S-.
hing machine. 4 months ol tinted windshield. $1,89.00 with ained from the office of the Con with bath65 G5. tc. J. Du
AuLEob5 Piece livingroom set. terms if desired Phone 83-281. tract and Inspection Division, FOR RENT:-Mod rn and a t tt ractive .

SAen e on ri o 5 Box 5035 CRoom 336, Balboa Heights (Tell residence; furnished; 4 bedrooms,
S Mir ore Tran so n FOR SALE -Plymouth o e phone 2-3739 or 2-2698). SP- 4 bathroom, cold and hot waterP w r.
Coupe. Excellent condition. P hone S cificotions and drawings will be living and iningroom; kitchen,
pty ind echG. E. wardrob e M o- 3-363. issued on a deposit of $20.00 per pantry; 2 prches; 2 mild's rooms
i96y dAutomobile Row. Apt. 3. FOR SALE:-Letter of Credit, $1,- set. Deposit will be forfeited If with bth; Gaporges, etc. Jm 6. Du- Q.. I
f tudinte T800.00 on new Oldsmobile. Will specifications and drawings ore not qu Ave bo. Telepho n L e Croa Telo
6 SALE:-Servel refrigerator 25 sacrifice. Write Box 5035 Cristo- returned within 40 calendar days RENT:043 from plete a furnished .
cle "7 ft. $125. Perfect con- bal, C. Z. after opening of bids. depend on I
.491woy). Nry lo.s 1. IthNEangl FOR sole. FOR RENT o4dPping. moving. 4W mtri p I
'di1aon. M ir afiores ,Trans 1sthm an No SALE -Plymouth 2-door, 1948, PANAMA CANAL COMPANY FW Op s*u-lg "* vivod 0

525.00. Dresser I mir^o$ 05t i talk it overi Phone 83-5158, Tesh FOR SALE: Piono upright grand dinette, bathroom with tub, k2t4h-
S ne cabinenew pint, radio, excellent condi OFERS MISCLLANEO SRrefrigeraor, sove
LE: ed with mattress, va- 2-4624, after office hours. Tel. yea le bi Gas tovwill be raneeived t water heater, freezer, atomic

tiy and bench, wardrobe a( d W ANTED porcelain)) Simmons couch, baby washing machine, kitchen ut U,
odinnI stleble with cha irs 916 of on linens, towels and s ofer. Telephone
inning N o. 776, Apt. obile FOR SALE:1942 Packard 4 Door, colin plant, FL Canal roriel flutes, d a tmen vo
is tae St. Tel. 2-5087, Pan- good motor, tires, body needs bridge, and lielneous ands c l O rdens. 801. Street. SEi ThIE f E'
Sworke, $225. Phone 83-6230 eve- scrap. For in formation and inspection New =i1to Telephone COlS
SALE :-Antique e b FOR SALE:-50 Pontiac De Luxe 2 Division, Cristobol. telephone 3-166. FOR RENT:--ompletely furnished U I
rvywood Chinese pedfrestal table $ 13.0 0. Assort- Sedan, o ti D Bid forms may be obtained from the
00 and desk $22.50. Boss woodiin Hydramatic, radio,2 e roh e S
'l St $10.00. Che~t drawers $10.. tone -green, nylon covers, under- above source, or from the office of apartment in finest Bella Vista OIEOOU ROW.
coatte rooms.stoorswesw $
,. Portable dry closet wit theater coated. Very clean, can be finan- Superintendent of Storehouses Bol. sto or hs,
2.00. Dresser large mirror $15- ced. Leaving Zone. Quick sale, let's boa, telephone" 2-2777.'/ twoo r, maid's room e .
mirror 18 x 30, $3.00. talk it over. Phone 83-5158, cash FOR SALE: Piano upright grand dinette, bathroom with tub, kitch-
ad medicine cabinet $2.00 $1,450.00. (excellent condition) refrigerator en, includes refrigerator, stove, Ti er
air vacuum cleaner with 6 60 cycles. Gas stove range (alf water heater, freezer, automatic
ments $7.00. Set (8)wood freelar, autumat i
golf clubs with bag $5.00. crib, stroller. Phone 916 Colon. linens, towels and silver. Teleopren
reed hamper $3.00. Two A u to m o b iles FOR 3ALE:- Span ish c or lria t e n -0382 or_ _-0=ft sP CS-
50s garden hose $ 5; WANTED TO BUY3:hevrolet Pick- choppers, red, white, pink and mix- tn and
ra ligator $5.00. Single up or Station Wagon, -1 or 3/4 ton. ed colors. Trained mocking birds F RE
ywood bedframe $3.00. Assort- Telephone Balboa 6354. which sing Popular Cubln airs. Roo 8

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ant us Lne. Phone ot. Suitable frreconditioning until 030 A. M,, without meals. Tllpho 3-45.
Reconstructora Nacioonuary 26 15 in the office No. 34, 45th Street.
,;-304". "/7, Peru Avenue. Telephone 2- the Superintendent of Strmou ., .
S Beautiful. .innerspring Panama. Balboo, for Buildina No. 153, Bal- FOR RENT:--Furnished room, w er
5 'oed colbinotion, $75.00, WANTED:-Two or three bedroom boo Heights. Form of proposal with 00. Telephone Panama 3-31 i. i.
ylov .O ,t $25. Phone 2- house or apartment, unfurnished. full particulars may be secured in at
r 09, Herrick Hg telephone 3-1984. the offices of Superintendent of |j ?
Storehuseandthe Housing Man- LESSO N
E:- Bombb end table WANTED: Unfurnshed house or eager at Balboa Heights. M AN T LESsomeN S B rm
et of tables. Bamboo apartment wi at least 3 bed- ATTENTION TEENAGERS! Bllom
tole Large Eight-dy clock rooms. 2 baths. servants quarters, Positin Offered dance class, will start this Monday,
nghousa mangle, large. Chl etc. for American family per-_ January 12th, 5 t. m. 520.00 3. 1. We
player. Phone 83-3126 manently in Panama. Write art- WANTED-Navigation Company re- months court Balbo Y20
_`LE:--Metal Dressers $19.50. culars Box 382 Panama. Call Pan- quires bi-lingual male employee Harnett & Dunn.
complete with new mattress. ama Z7,2159 during business about 30 with dock and office ex-
Hollywood Beds Sngle hours perience. No use to apply without A E
Double $50.00. Nw WANTED: P.ano, good playing specific knowledge of steamship FOR SALE
rican Beauty" Innersprng condition. Low price. Phone Gatun work and without references. Write Maz j
,. esses $85.00. Recondiioned 5-366. to box 5062, Cristobal, C. Z. Bo & M tor me
I Springs, $25-.00 and $29 00 -F SALE FoR hLf o
Smiahogny wardrobes with 2 WANTED:-Two or three bedroom FOR SALE:-27 foot soil boat and ba t
r de mirrors $125 00. New ma. apartment unfurnished. Telephone 24 HP motor, new sails. In exgci -are
eony China Closets $78 00. New 2-3019. Real E. lent condition sound. sea worthy ,
"___"____ent__ odtreasonabl o Writ, Box 42 Pedro
A Used Roaton Furniture. Din- Youth. foreigner, 25 years old. gra- reasonable. C rite Box 42 Ped
ft. Chairs from $3 00. Dining date and orphan, desires to make FOR SALE:-$900.00 cash plus for- Miguel. C411 P. M. 4373.
I;Wes from $14.00. Bookcases, home with North American fam- ty-month mortgage will buy two- New bronze propeller shaft 9, ft,
10CASH IT ily. Speaks English and other Ion- bedroom, furnished cottage at by I /4 inch. Phone 83-6257
d a IT o guo ges Has studied in Europe and Santa Clara Beach. Tel. Balboa 2-
Ild E ',.hange. 31 Nationaol South Americo. Write to N. H 30F50. OR nLEw outbord my W;
Auto Row Tel. 3-4911. Open Arien. General Delivery. Panama. R
ay from 8-00 to 12 00 and FOR SALEel or tr for larger motor.
p 6:00 and All day Sotur- EXCHANGE:-2 bedrooms. 2 bath- phone 83-6257.
f00 to 6:00. I-rooms unfurnished apartment for Motorcycle.
three bedrooms, 2 baths unfurnish- O__
ed house or apartment. Call 3- FOR SALE: Triumph Speedtwin lightly Higher
h Motorist 2144, Panama. moorcycle 00 cc. Excellent cond Sii er
tion House 1544-B, Balboa. Tel.
s In Court Help Wanted 2-1 75s8. grton a an ..-d .
2-year-od Panamani WANTED:-God cook to cook on ara, ... Co sforedoe t 0de
found Out today that ly. Small family. Very good salary. cont Ined O l1is COB
p pla dF not drl- App Karachi CedeopsOpeno Boyd Avenue
the re otb 29. a Fire On Looting c5S H
CSt t ir anal Grounding communls Mobs ct hike. are allowed to la
was g1ven a suspended C m rst hege nt oe
Cou nd placed on on usly Damaged KARACHI, Pakistan, Jan. 8 1954 and round $8,000,000,00
.tionsl UP,. Police backed by army yearly thereafter. mM
h'e read he impededd t ma e.otroops opened fire on Commu-
charge read e Impeded olorship Durhamst-led mobs again today as de- While 140o not wish to male
oalflowloftafmonstrators burned and looted any specifleC reommendlttlong I
o s lowly. Serious damage was suffered shops in the city's third straight do wish to make It clear th1 IS '
SbyL t h e motorship Durham, day of mass street battles. m, Judgment it would .be
aeond charge of failing which struck a Canal bank late At least seven person were wle? to ian for a
a driver's license, Men- Wednesday In the Galliard Cut, killed in today's clashes, bring- deficit aktug a l
Sfied 10. It was reported today. ir.g thr. known three-day toll of business activity, CIillain so-
The 10.910-ton ship's insula- 16. ployment, and national Income
tlon system was damaged by At mla ;afternoon, with rioting are rea cnin un precedented Ue
water seeping through when still blazing at a number of he hts, he Ad. "
plat0s on the starboard side places across the city, officials
were found heavily Indented atd acknowledged that the mobs "are "The course of gid
leaking. not under control." wisdom would, be
It was estimated that tern- The official list of persons in- Itrive tor a balanced
yorary repairs to 'he British lured since Wednesday was 61, a pf i .ll-we.-o M..Is
motorEhip. to enable her to re-s including 41 police, but it was ar we= 11u>u1 .gr .
surae her voyaRe to New believed casualties would total *
Zealand. will take about three well over 100 when final figures Mr. Truntm als et
S days. can be compiled., attack on "loopholes" In e t
*The ship was examined yes- In Bunder Road, where the Ing tax laws, and expr ssed hou
terday by divers, and this morn- United Press bureau Is situated, Congress 'will also g
Ing nort officials were complet- one band of rioters smashed consideration to
The Durhamn Vest in a on their way Into a liquor store, de- equity of tbo tax .
The Durham. cprrving a gen- 9troved the stocks and then set he said, l111 u
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PIS Nl- w hm md% 'rl~verW& (1"5&@M ,. M our separations are "Gambler's Moon" next March.
)", k bnot emotional And 41gh thie, because "I'm
11. .-- L. k 'A ein -of e hom g s a f a yearand a half since I signed
.( lectionof8 4l M4, tpleturg eaaond, gU1 was Oenlj. *.. o nl p a Lg an" Lrandma bank my contract. I've been patient,
e. B, d robber up on the Hit but I hope I wp't have to wait
t. i efe t Thobr prount clu ded the Re u Wherste hf Parade. Kywod song mull much longer."
ki *bro of the hoaoreet B ly, in the 1sb4a i be ai- 15 publatB a dty titled *
t S Mrs.E ., *B ofl at t tumb randma oe Bandit." Hugo Haas, whose latest e- P
nd been told that he --- tre is "Thy Neighbor's WMfe,"
t I gb e Tal I m Io n t h 1 fW t ha I f x. h, r h a s b e e n u a M d e t o t l k h i m M r s .
ad n John w- maen wIte ti i nto a reconcratloh.
ii to-rne, Weade her o the negative se of
S* a to Wa T ar mie twist. e RBoe-ll.autBeaty-Is. If Zsa Za Oabor can murder
S0 Brt lg, yiog a-Cu d the King's ol, o can sister
1 .there' a big i afrtnmative in a Eva. Eva's Bjl in "Strike a
? Storlaeo oelU natl al mane artgle a cou- Match" at the Algar Theater
.law a WNW, PieOfSayPar .Cose w h r a w- g4d. pe of go, bit Ursula, In Ban Francisco. But when she
SfMr. and M. R. C. arg- dsihe sur me who's unl the mouths of talks about the showi the name
n0os eof Coco o- erfw no separation movietowiL rx with her Hel. of the theater comes out as
',are Len "t to a I' with a party, aiW f'ns 'ever" an-otT waits known "Alcatraz."
ter, DonnahI to- thatave to be
X1. cOimntttb 1n1 c* 0 abirthdpian$ : cila f, n-wife aa curse" 1
xJW E4 W111oree CI I rgenp t ber eight. 'AtWe perso. FO RSALE: -- 195 Duick
r about Supe 2-door Seodr ail.
-.lAm' or, VI I &u H wuly,. lentd-, t tion. Harly, used
beaStafuW dw om en, a. t
MSe.WWaCiweren ',J 1 a1 Mwai aAVt.Ua I 4o i d to pso that SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. SLA.
SGeorge 0 sasaad#g a"d rtsothat Pad Skill- I lsea sei.0loth St.CentIalAve.
.. Its aml~e lNM Aim Ursula,w919swborndos. CR6n. Tel.In.
Irasfalse.dR- t er-
-M--d ra god Mr. Tne ia t ih o faceord again i

aodi ietlded to as. 90e7=-W$.Out o MCI'y-one ro p oft
Sthe co t ved perfect scores. -Fame udt o theANA CITY

VtI Wi .. wll ovt open s : eG, i Eelyn .Iwbo Stflw. Itan M, :,
M S t Ann Me a I hnutA ta er o At o t n
0al h A41=111~ 10 ter t eAn eland, tgCrosby b -mei f -V
or the e Mwr ee Pfe A ct 8 eam *W, Jame Stewarta, Dorts Day O
-el. 4 e a w Puero P7lona as th patstru. nMeMeek. san HaywarD and
& number of s man a lly, Cara dp Sooth
1n e IM*. Ms Charles BrOearc, cled ar. ore rTPy ne Tierney n Paris but says CENTRAL
ba r y Seaman whe t plumb man s iw: ,
w bbetto Davis lives in "The Kirk DOUGLAS Eggabeth
SM' WEDNESDAY neown toomod- "THE BIG SKY"
rt to be rhotographed In 0Txd 01O
b',u, *(te! r AT TIE "
Bujn Rouge"-A film mas- | Be VI S T A5 *An
Stowill be No. I can ad t da the best picture of the one woman Eo K R'sN great ow tec son
.an anThe. eteIlo, eeur an oar-winni -inoaslant spe-a
it t~ Lea lno> frlug new -.00 0, with Red Skelton Howard Keel
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Roadmaster Choice Over Armed Forces CHS, Jr. CIe Navy, Spei Troops,

Esplendor In $600 Race Little League M CeClash At Wi In e
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The Stud Philip Morris' hard-running Peruvian bay horse r I SIG iEAGUiT nin on doubles by MGrlff an T -STANDINGS U.l
even furongsprin t at the Jun Fran R pe T t D e Jan. 15 PACIFIC LITTLE LEAGUE L on ube b MoOf aiht
Roadmaster is the choice of the majority of "experts" to chalk uI J n L Lasts with *in las by PedsWn ,...--od
his second straight win tomorrow in the featured $600Class D witAM t. Won Lost and lAtner a ong with three -l
seven furlong sprint at the Juan Franco Race Track. Initial gameo thf. the Be S*er --.*..*.1 more w In the ird was In WIN "W- 'I. 2 1 A
Roadmaster is fresh from an impressive victory In the lower the Po of fort *oll enoula hwin fo e Ieres .f... .. 2. 2 1
bracket and goes this time under 110 pounds with the reliable Little League Baseball team has i me .. .... 1 S In t ef third, two wls.b, twLo ... ....
Freddie Rose in the saddle again. The five-year-old bay son of been scheduled for 4 p.m. Janu- ol- Lie .. ...... 1 fielder cholee angd ea by .. la .... .S& -. 1 i
Ibero-La End*lada seems to have regained the form that at one 15. when the Clayton-Coro- 1Ap5 I .......... I ,Johnny, Enelke and Bobb y ........ .. 1 ..
time placed him amonk the track's topnotchers. za team wil meet the Curun du e a s th s .. .. ...
The most serious opposition for Roadmaster Is expected to both groups. t' pushed across a run in the ... .... 1 .Mo the
come from the Stud Los Cuatro's recent acquisition Esplendor. roESTERDAY'S E SULT tom of the 1secomnd Inning. iTOnNIG..n,.. ". I th .
This highly rated Chilean newcomer went off a big favorite in Site of the game will be the Linoln Life losers came up with a three-run (At .... .. 1 -.
his debut last week and turned in a poor performance. He evi- 45th Reconnaissance quadrangle TODA'S e rally in the fifth but were ?s iil ". 0 a ceieo 'iI
dently wasn't ready. In the rear of the Fort Clayton Sea vs. retired In order after Schoch open.. ial .. ... I
dtly was not readservice club. ed the sixth and last inning With a tM l
This week reports are that Esplendor will be an improved LINCOLN LIEDEATS a i.ngle. CrtopaI Mh In quest
horse. Tomorrow it will be known how much this expensive racer The Clayton-Corozal group has ELKS 7 O Boba Sander, a portalder, of their to e nd
has improved, been holding workouts for the Lincoln Life.scored .a 7 to 4 win went all the way on the mound wchlasutle bake on. th M A t
past three weeks, according to over the Elks yesterday afternoon for the winners, .giving up four ship. ill play hoot. ht to. their 4cond atral-ial
Mingo, whose owner, like Esplendor's, asked to have his horse captain Leon N. Vasil. manager for their first win of t:e season. runs on five hits while'striking th, Canal Zone J 5 ol e aloge afternoon in a'Bl-x
upped a class in order to have him run because the Class "E" race of the team. Master Sergeant Three big runs in the-second In- out four and walking four. Dan- qulntet at Crltobl of the Aimed
did not attract sufficient entries, is a probable upsetter. Grlsu Francis M. Baggot Is assisting ny DesLondes pitched all the The Tigers. wi l fa aa gu AeM* .
and Vampiresa, two other longshots, round out the five-horse captain Vaalt inthe project. way for the Elks and also gave set #4 n undef a aefeatoo W
field. The fifteen boys of the team. WI up four walks while strikin- out bet lly bot ty o
" Eight other races, including an excellent four-and-a-half fur- ranging in age from nine through o WE U V Iw four. Danny was nicked for eight ceso of r, a Frt
long sprint for Class "A" natives, will round out the card. twelve, were Issued uniforms hits and seven runs. who t rapidly de Into
SMonday, December follow Bander hel win is own o o the In- A Its detl t
The program: their selection to tbpresent F r U. ame. collecting two singles in tchoope y county e
gPClayton from amont a t e als f the Paele Little he plate and saoc nirt o
Ist Race t F" NativesIe 7 MSFrosn WthRac "H" Impoted 7ae nd
I-Cafiaveral B. Agulrre 112 equipment was made from the LeiT.Dat eyo fand rswh o r t wilr ge bedtle
3-LRio Mar RA. Vasquez L Il 11809 2-La Chmba) B. Auire 110 contributed a one-dollar en- League will hold the second work meet for the league lead and end Crfll fives.L-" oM1b l
4-Domino H. Reyls 109x --WCld Justice O. Chanu 112 trance fee to the fund at the out for the Farm t sonSat- the first week of play. Roy. Wat-
5-Duque) R. Guerra 106x 4-Apretador V. Ortega 114 season's beginning- League Park on d ord High- Searsn whl e thePolice will send fY LW uosa
6-White Fleet) R. Ycaza 107x 5-Pincelazo H. Reyes 104k o r o L ad Ser wetPle d S St I
7-Mandinga F. Rose 114 Canajagua K. Flores 1 A possible starting line for weeay. Waiter Brown to the mound.'
7-rLevadura A. Gonzalezo 117x Fort Clayton was nitOd by Cap- All boys who registered for Lt- The box sore: dT -
tain Vasil as follows: Victor Co- tie League ball this year are uw ELKS-NOL AlI tHPOSA bCalth w (u iors) "B. 8 a
I- 5- 2ndeola J. ChNatlv a 1 Fs. o, c Batoilly Sh Marcus ed Ptoreport so that Planlcle l m b.. .. 3 0 0 2 t
,,".Purse: $275.00.- Pool Closes1:15 .,h ,mademto.etutherteamn... asteot rf, aaas.. i 1 0 1 I.- !
Second Race of the Double 7'th Race D" Imported -- 7 Sa" ght ...b.... Ogsi madet to e......4 1 1 0 I
1,-Raymond A. Rodriguez 114 Purse: $600.00 -Pool Closes 4: 05 "ny iow Saturday morning only thirty .le. ......3 1 0 0 lm lie .
2--Golden Fan A. Mena 120 Second Race C.of, the Double Bobby Smi, as; Boqby 5tji. if players, out of fifth-four who Lewis. lb ......3 .1 5'1
i3-dDana B. Auirre 115 D a MNey ,,. ,, ,andaPaul were on the Farm list, showed up D a ... 3 0 1 3 1 Aroads lea
2-Laonao d 11 Ele L. il 9 Hodes, r for practice. DeeLrndesl. ... I 1 1 0 .n
-mbusterapoa J. Cadoen 11408 6-Astoria Rose 1Boys 8 to 12 years of ala who Thoa n, r b 0 .. 2 0 0 0 .U
10 2-Grle su 0. Sanchez 11e aludid not reter for Little Lleague SehocI. .3 0 1 6 1 .a t :m0 a nm. V uni

nda'~o .Ptlime10lude:Pdd ot r egse ri r .
3rd Race A Natives 6 iG/Frs. 3-Vamniresa J. Chuna 1lx Pitchers Jim. y Gibson' and this year are also eligible and J. Hem. If .. .. 10 0 0 0

Purse: d75.00 Pool Closes 1 :45 4-Roadmaste F. Rose 110 Iarel Tom ate t der hel 0 Cl 0. i '
2RyOne-TwoFo Charles Ramsy i nfielder'Jur- are requested to report at the Pajak. If.....2 0 0- 0 0 PR G (RA mbq
-R.. .I On To 5-Mingo M. Arosemena 96 gen Shaw, O e.l,.,ders Richard pra tice.The Farm Club com-Il O
--RidndRot V. Castllo 124 Hennlg, Mike Neilson a114 Roy mittee will meet with Coaches.Totals.... 15d. as (Mi ets) 4 g- l
h 3--Golden Tap A. Mena 111 8th Race "I" Imported -4 Fg. loo LeC and o edeaux and Fawcett er "--

reB.- Pulldo 115 Purse: $375.0 Pool Closes 4:40 CllBenE. Cordell, Coi- and Plans will be made to get bau i
manidneofficer of the post of the Farm League under way. LINCOLN LUZE- AS R H PO A _2. Pasball- 0W (Juiors) .
o J. C a 112x eyt wi throw out the Present plan b Pacific Little Enelke W.. f.. 3 0 0 r Award."
t first i ball of the season.rLeague are to set upa four-team Dubo c......1 1 0 4 "Wa" don., .IP (Mdge)
Rac4th Pee "H"Natives 6 1/2 Fp. Novelera V. Rodriguez 109x league and the players will be Is- Pprker. 2b......2 0 1 1 3 WallfeeIres. award.
Purse: $275.00 Pool Closes 2:20 2-Bracmour V. Ortega 115 suel T-shlrts and baseball caps McGrIfft,=s2......2 2i0 1 4.50-d. dash(Jn") "M&a- second far
C- on-Ra. Chong 107x 4-Royal Claim .0. Sanchez 112 ible unless the boy e out Peders lb .... 0( ). Sup
2-Lonely Molly E. Silveras 112 5-Mon Etoile A. Mena 109 Etoie Aunless9to practhi e and registri Eou elte.derse f.. 320 1 10S 6. a h.(e. .en-or)"A.
3-Umbuastero J. Cadogen 108 6-Astoria F. Rose 116 With fourateean.d he phlanis to L ke.JI rf3.......8 1 1 0 1"0r"o.
4-LColrto C.GonzalezS 103 o play a doublehoikr atthe Little Kinner. b .. .. 3 0 1 0 e.or jimr
sa..DenuLioa R. terDra 98 'i lrse*75.00 Pool Closes 5:15 Ings. Andit isblpoWable thAt the Totals M........ 18 1. N iaeh (
-R ,n wMCosa Lindaud Prse:Le m nplaydoa tPedredrmS or ro "Cue l ".goWS 'L uttle. (JaniO)R
Sth Race "E" Natives -- 6V1 F2a 1--Miss Matty) C. Gonzalez 99x f loingpsrmrsthe4 5 3"
"me; $27 F.00 M'PooloClo e 3:52--Interlude) R. L. Oil0611 00 qWE 9.41AMyAber iL al3SLI8eM 1O6 8V '
da~n aatulldo 120.4-Carteado piuike Ist

4 e-Romantco J Cadogen 107 s o6-Bartolodds105.ooeIud terl A 9. rz.

Is- Zd, 6t, 7h ATEdr lMlkhe scoredeiencu of
SELECTIONS BY THE EXPERTSiHr. l / I uVAorrt. 1110. 4. I

_f__e,. LJ.i .Snyder..
S Lout Riomod. W(I'l. Iland, Tom Mafia. erucisli-"-
Ta.... T.eponaso RaymondRoffman.Bo wtIA.i
anRowe. Jack Blaney Ja, Bradley. Below are Mepair Ior -
Why too,,s,, , Witer AllnJhibition iateheesalzday at 2:00 :
Valerie.Rine RoI Vo.alerRima RoloTrower. Hugh Y, 6:

I n dt h Miranda MirandE Firae e Condanie:t o n.." lYV ct HaC'le .i," :" '..:
6p reedor Pindth a o Frolic Wind ()S"OA meABANA legiEFUW E 7500s
"S AVdmd O Y." oam'ar E I =dI Pulsed
S U ReA RoodY ster t spl rLLAXATIVE FOR SAL. 6IM

7th Race "D" Importeds 7 Fgsf A,..

Purse: $m00.00 Pool Closest 4:05 p.m. 0I.

(Second Race of the Double) 1 ANLIA ........I -
IESPLENDOR-------------ItR. L. Gil, 96 2 (CHABLIS.,
II 1-* A I.I' w- t 'I II I
2 GRISU ----------------- G. S6nchez 114 A (..I
3 VAMPIRESA -------------- J. Chuna 111x II'
4 ROADMASTER ----------.F. Rose 110 ....
5 MINGO ------------- M. Arosemena 96



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MM T Aot i~i~ens In Fastlich C
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Of"Long Hitters
A. .. /f,8 0 1d by a newpitcher, Car- witl
wb dbalg los ,and the return of Tim**P
(Nt VR1 S i. back re o.- Hots 0 receiver the Fastlich

Pttlooe mea bangred out eleven Pu-
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Litl 1" h s, whilre hiredbete-PTOO
r m a=&haytn worn. for four and kept tiosot olen a nes
Of havind a minimum. limmy robbed A
hi mosell, h ryt mb a tIn the.ore
Sa 1.le.thir A 04 he ovehta- second
5roi f e a C I 5 wel drS4 and couldn't scramble back in Hot
C udww time. Right fielder Lopes did 1 Wh
Stt the e of .bit In the thtrd cloutina out, aBell
)VACnatoth wer of 6.doable to ritlM field. Lou
Butherhaird star of the PaclIc Roo
0 RLittle League Masam.on, fuWd To
&& A. tate the goine a little heavy In b t
ke- I you first trip to the mound In this
1to- theNleague but allowed only fourhitsBal
r before being relieved by Wills In Cor
a be a-tbe fourth frame. Ha
."'MT GO! I by imping a ota I n the batting department Su-
S. ., ..;. of i to nMichi Op terl&nd3 kept up his reputation
._! u pAt uP. ess by coooting two for three. OWn G

tC ..WftebA lngTh V ko "E ,,f 'M *bt 01 Akh.u
fair ler t, O-dWo N to'm. get. jmturag Osprfalonalb anine 11as rtsl sec~~yon s~f "fied aod T
aft '" ,pitW Afte%-uhiwo W --u .woni ag th e ,wat" on the
"W efOnr am l now zIn Ig e

r -lub abnp d OpTi ha~ couldn't get hip eye on the P
oin aet ribThn to l l Was owThis recel, I gInp yesterday, sad failed to connect Pt,
ofr = t.msoumhrI remarnable whais *m- naigofT
Sto S A" sm latth the Air Force oversaw
First ll e ToAnothert Invader'
Clu. L W.yo ohm.,e ip oBA
tow ettr From The So0
47eri~ *t hsye e Wet3%YM o

3 en he won the e And last fear he wa runner-up officer ol thq firm and willierve lan
1th ae winner in 14, whe spetelar w ever Be ing a 58-yard drive in the Ha f th
.., ,,J w~l t, d Teap dK, Paul sad W-'n_8.

w a sa ee 14th in 4* Hewn dn the 104 3~7ezue van. Pro-Am Contest In 1950. l ea m .-d
OnWmpnten FrameT h Sabboe us h1o
O. foA member of the 1g40 Ua Now the head profeuonal at t .. hor a fee~y01hd' ge-
Ryder CC tam-, he defeated subb Detrt'C adowbrookn. anexecuivecapa
,' ,t s.s5 .tiS. s. C ou"ntr Club, Harbert iia
Flab, oy ;,, te U.S. t e S.,,,a, t,=.e m. orones CSuAmer
he remo,,i o. f.the mast. =, mes Peru
Owrtthe P.O.A. AM neamt hi s elo w, i ela r s-, em rlae thM I-o
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ell:l whav sre tpis ie to behreporped.nHer
vntihave to be reported. Here try to deduct in item 2 on page
ntons of the items W1 of Form 1040 for trips out of
lto give you trouble: town but not overnight, you may
rom employer to emr- have to go to the Tax Court to
Tobe a true gift, the em- win this roint. a
mst intend to make a A deduction for travel ex-
should not take a de penses reimbursed by your emlyr m-
nfor it on his business tax player must be supported by a
ot reprt hther ou statement attached to your re-
Sreport the value Ofturn. There is no set form. A
r provided by the em- sample statement is reprinted
,e when it it necessary for with this article to show you how
live in tr do your job proin It can be done, and incidentally.
Swrterls provided rin to remind you of what items caa
orworker's a benefit, orl be deducted.
ofe "r ventl fexnaree Watch for tomorrow's article If
orepaloagrt u eaplsyou have any dividends, Inter-
ot report value of m eals et or business income.
when you work over-
Nithout 'extra pay, or if TAX PRIMER Q. & A.
Sa1 provided to have you Q. I was ..n enlisted man in
during meal time. The Korea for two months of 1952.
bue of other meals pro- The Army sent me a Form W-z
by the employer is taxable for 1952 showing taxable Income
of your wages. of $1050. Do I subtract two
'a.ervices. privileges, and months' pay from that and re-
furnished employes for port the rest?
motion of g=o will, pr h et
A. No, you should report the
morale and efficiency are full amount. The Army is sup-
ered Income to the posed to subtract combat pay be-
e. This includes such fore sending out the Form W-2.
a medical services, cour- Q. On a recent business trip I
disunts on purchases, received a pe' diem allowance of
life insurance, railroad $8 from my employer. but my
and occasional use of of- business expenses were 59 a day.
,sarv for' personal reasons. How should I deduct the S9?
s all. your income A. You must include the $8 re.
emple in Item 2, page ceived from your employer as In-
return, you are now come in Item 2, page 1. of Form
teonsMder whether you 1040, but you can also show in
ddmetimns which can the same lace a deduction of 38
iperday far reimbursed expenses.
lw allows many deduc- Theremaining expense of $1 can
two types can be only be deducted on page 3 of
i Itemn e2on Form 1040. Form 1040 under conditions de- 7
V-t "travel expenses" and scribed in Article 10. CIVA, L A. local ia
expenses reimbursed Q. I live in Newark and corn- Streak Cheftain'models, fe
r examp, mate e ch day *o my job in New front suspension. Brac
you to 'Va- ork. Can I deduct my travel ex- marked by smooth CM
tbo se ex- pease? wrap-aroundmi e-pisef MO t
daductedI In item A. No. Travel from home to chrome treatment. The us*
91 whether you are work and back Is not deductible, Custom Catalina, one @(011
thb ,pem o g Ofl m If you live in another city. tom. Whfeje W for al 0



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Its 'Christine'

MEXICO CITY, Jan. 9 (UP) -e p le know e ruh t country is afe" Abrham.
.The newspaper Ultimas Noticias
reported last night that a "de- TWENT-EIGHwla YEAR. PANAMA, LP, FRIDAY, JA NARY 9,1953 F
licate operation" has transform-
ed at 21-year-old woman into a

e d omADefense SecrWiants Drait
satd the mother of Maria Gon- Defens Sec-re nts Dra i
e ps confirmed her daughter
aerwent surgery at a Mexico
clinic recently "to correctR0og'ho Comm

The mother, Ignacla Gonzalez,.4_..,. a
surgery will be needed to com- WASHINGTON, Jan. 9 (UP) Lov t made his .r'" da inadeqLaovy of w agl L oAt the 14 0
plete the change." Defense Secretary Robert A Lo- tions ain lett er toe t nent sples and traltors.t cannot p
The newspaper, quoting Maria vett called yesterday for a "dras- Truman which he vius al oH r ho did not spell o.t bos oftb r i N
hw re-named Salvador, said: tic" reorganization of the milit- made available to Cles a new security aws he Air Foe a sun orp s l tes '
-"Masculine sex is the num- ary high command and proposed Wilson, his successor iI the' 31- 'thinks are needed. membersotuGa yevraista"tey
'ler one in the world. I am strict new laws to protect the senhower adm initiation. The outgoing Defense secret-, -and policy A sga.
grateful for the success of the nation against "traitors, spies He Made it suait c a the ap-. ay sid -his own authority had He reco immendead that. stff.,.
qperatuion." and blabbermouths." feared before the House Armed been left in doubt at some points functions be transferred o thple '." ,
.The paper credited Doctor He warned that the present Services Committee to report on by the five-year-old nfication deputies, lezviU them free, to. Z ...:
Benjamin Trillo of a Mexico setup of the Defense Depart- the world situation. ct and that the Joint Chiefs map strategy. O. I tr
City hospital with the operation. ment and Joint Chiefs of Staff had been- hogtMed in their duties Lovett an overhaul of.. .
It said that Trillo did not use is "Inadcquate" and in danger In caln forwidespread re- aid buried under paper work. the "tecn services" 'the
oia-mones "as in similar cases." of bogging down in time of vision of Mthe S1947 Arwe d He suggested tathe efensethree armed forse."q-Sch as the
The story, taking up two full war. Forces UnifinttleD Act, and secretary bepermttedto have a Army Engnleers., Signal Corps J
tosumne devoted to background Likewise, he said, it Is of "car- other laws govterning the ml "general staff" t could han- and Quartenis-ter C v e
a history of the case, also in- dinal importance" to nail shut Itary, Lovett said tht -e of die some of his dr work in- Meanuwhi key members 4 the
cluled pictures of "Maria and the door on military secrets be- the "great hapars to e- tead. of pascingh t on to the Congressional atomic -*. .e -
ialvador." fore It is too late. al, seeuty Is the 6 1 amt .JJoint Chers. committee sure DwihEl- = ,gr
senhnwer of their spot he -
decides to use ato c w_ aps T...
in his attempt to end the K n-rpan
oI oT"A-Most made clear, ewnT, Pole,
__________..D__"__ '.that the uinal -den be tional
-y RICHARD A. MULLENS -POa-ly" Y up to "the mg qta.11 Hopper:
N.A Special Correspondent EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the lt anay western- and .
f you work for someone elseifth of 14 articles in NBA's 12th USINESS TAVE LUSNESS XPEMSES he pWvimha ledth
Do you work for someone else? annual Incomie Tax Primer pre- I XPENSS5 RSIMURSED y It"UR commanir-ca11i6ef the solution.
Dd0yOU get a pay check? pared by Rich- a. EMpL Rparm olaes. "We d the i au
If you do, this one of the ard A. Mullens, Rep. James. Van Zadt-- it-We L .ra
Mt important articles of the top-notch Wash- ETHAWS 'Pa.) said flatly, hbaweVr, that do& mm l bis
Income Tax Primer as far as you ington tax au- 1the A-boa, oud .be., a "great the di*3.ti
Soncehority and .FOR ENTEILTA. contrlbru toward ing te Harvarq
tHere you learn how to report NH A's income ommun to au e me p!eshowidn
o from your employer. And tax expert. The: E tunietod wom te. re actpia
liftis just as important as far primer is de- Van9. turned from the r T
*,laying you money on your signed for use 'LAST' he knows 99 at least twio tar" T eo
ames, this article tells you what with the official' on wh:hh-the bomb. d be r u
expense you can deduct on page tax. rule pam-.
& of your tax return, Form 1040., hlet to show TI s.. w,
But if you don't have "page 1 hye. In the av- ow -V* 7the wak tt Te ."ba
expenses," as they will be called erage taxpayer's report er.
lote for purposqp of simplicity, lan ae r hes w O bomdk hi' er' am
don't worry. Other expense de- to anArrive at the o w. _,'the E-. M,
4,.tIons will be explained in lowest correct tax with a minid- ,-e a
61eai and complete detail in lat- mum of effort and maximum of ml
i income Is simple for 'M D UCTING TRAVIL EXPINSIS- i j beas te
these who had taxes withheld. equrse, if you are reimbursed you If you ded"ht travel e Igimoe r bufeiwh i kpensste ..
SempaFr is reuired to iUstreport that as income. relabuiruse by wimplo h I item 2 pp.e. 1 f For
ihyou by Jan. 31 a With- ffsness expense of an employee 1040, atta& a titke thu smptet, pau return: I "
which shows total total was dedsceted in can only bare I made a three-day businu trip to Denver, oCo4 I
before payroll deductions. Write reimbursed toe them by your in July, 1952. y e3nas0 we reaows. of ele t
this amount in Item 2 on page 1 enl n0ul, 0n.tyyou report the re.ea ax e .Ea 'worh'of thpoe-
f ,ourtax return.iIM Ursement if Income. ra "al ijane and taxi fares ............127.50i --
tax was not withheld you -BusIness expenses of employee's Meals, lodging and 'hotel expenses..........35.00,
will have to figure Income from NOT relmbu ed by the employer Telephone and telegraph chatges........... 1.65 mll
records, or ask your employer, can only be deducted on Page Tips, public steno ......................... 8.00 tical-aW o L
Report such income items on 3 of Long Form 1040 and will be -. .,-- .
epaate lines opposite each e~m- discussed in the 11th article. Total trvel]..........................$7215'
ployer's name I nitem2. This I n Read the information on pageste ra d buins ...t Oodr ,y.ep oye
customers and wages as a do- tons shown under "Travel Ex- for which I was reimbursed. Said reimbursement is in-
meastic servant, farm hand, or penses of Employes" and "Reim- claded in the total wages show on my Form W-2. .bp' -- I
aal laborer. bursed Expenses Other Than Cost ofmtertainment ...............1)0 $
eme employers pay wae in Tvel. If you. have any ex- .. .gtol.e b should -b .. e
rojertv other than casn. In n lfQDQu fit. i +.......t' .