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No Sealed Bids
S' The disposal by auction re-
Scently of a surplus dredge in
New York, may set a new pattern
S "for the sale of surplus marine
equipment. The dredge concern-
Sed Is the U.. Talcott.
ea Ja.L6 0 New York According to an article in the
r nd -his .New York Times, the switch
Sa ked from the hithero rigidpractice
S k one f sealed bidd to-auction was the
S "resu t of te. controversy that
*Te roa foll o i waw*&thb gvernment's sale a
and.twe Toyearee ofhp Panams Canal
oercaw. rate .the.Let. dredp Las Cruces for about
Thbs, ig guntte noinew w o n at 416,0 e
w erote k tor teM h ( re ulably a hebrr) tade In cor tin with th
The em Mib w"M be no g -ae or y set t p alon .le Caf tt' edistsal.
's Akewi was no the critical list." anmd itssled bd was about
wodGo tuge nat!o"WIaiy ojjii e 4 Her's letter was pript- t move that of the next
Sum but hbid name w ws a d e thedrt Ta
ak OtmentiOed could 'the blddiintsettteIn rvied two
., fe- the'-S Aran anchor d rl ka
Food, Drink Rules
VATICAN CITY, Jan. .10 (UP) Pope Pius XIl
day eased the restrictions on the fasting that must.-
observed by Catholics before the taking of Holy CO,
rhe liberalized regulations wi4 apply to -mm"I .
en d in fatiguing work befoWr the takinJ of '
m ,pregnant-womem, school ciiren unr arto
cit tinces and persons who must walk nore thm two
ki tero to get to chluch.
eretofore, except in cases of Hness, or other com..
p reasons, Catholics general were required to fet
from e preceding n ight to receive Holy Commi
The Pope, *fogh i apostolic constitution da
alsq 3 autad persinlOs ~hop to outlorw r
moa aues if t 0* J beae:nucasy,.h,
wholifust work ian the lpning. ..
Ib"ilard to fastt h Ple turn bm-to hpe 'bteakfA
Simp* ized that IL0 who and thiengo toIsckadl"
ae aW toobsrP.. oNk0Ite 3: Cases where 0g3yv k-
x t cutnuf t .* o s40 but ig -I involved to reacb ebishre -
that s p'-ut l.eet4aO *kVate t=' _z .
n--itioaa, ; .,fi, i.,h h M .. J....,E"..
Jn ". w U .- n. '
Ststox ha4orot u le m a',A.
cleal the *ir it the C g1
.a c qardic repms n
ie exem td 1E*MW tU ty 9
I. y a
&mew4.uu 5iqAI U
Ime n =
r way. a
AW nd t
te. w Me Mht 'Prom
houm or Ar **t .iiini
A ) which'
o 9W] to Mthe revolution-
-"r i retood to believe
b e~%tpralated rath-
having achieved a
IWe r tti the RPF
,telte time to accept the
S- Ina ltegrated contl-
D OW-4esew7u force.
,Te J aet h-Vat .he pledged to
t 'l win VWi tryea amendments
-a ,eIn i roewil t prevent him
from fttf ffrwardr the pact
W t which 'AM00a supported before
on . po r,
Ot~s cotrar, Mayer thinks,
Sedaf to the same high
S r a;uro th e has placed the
Um i a portion from which it
Q OWbte- vr difcult for the de
-g ., .-te , ^glgIv
":-e, ',' .- ; -" w."a,'-, --
question of the Eu-
was to come un at
aRnd there Is a
Lbier cabinet that
o submit the treaty
Mfore too long a de-
MMres was found
WoiW"Ita of petty
S t. fer steaHng
Oscar Leon Al-
i ity to one
Sa Upou-nd cv-
S.Ilsh bhe was
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u d, a' a d s,
is wpa m "mBe.iSeB
'f the same -Manner." the "Gmm well in-
Pontiff continued "the faithfl, sometimes calls ter tie.
evan if not but. who tA e Lton to be held n tbe
of grave nL enlvnce cannt forzm for.wr
take Holy Commum in com- (C i
plate l=st,. may wit the advice ,_
of their confessor and d ting
the per in d which ts in-
convenadoe extis, take some
things Ia. the manner of drink-
Ing. exclilng alcohol, bit- must
however, aWtain for one sour
before e Communm ."
The ten liste three
broad aatsad es of these tave .
2: "iD3b0gating woe *dch AT MlN Greece. IJan.
preced omunion. class It Premier
mclud es'rkers in itorles. Oasperi hasm kno
tranp o. iort fork or need for Yuol
other are to n Balkandef M
occupied, Mchhddule, sources said here t y. .
h 5.,Th, The BO rces d'
by day or night.. ose who be- The sources sald' d
cause of the duty of their office, acknowledgment cae
or becan of charity, spend th' Greek Premier Alex er
night la vil (nurses, hospital gas elplaeed that f
personnel, nightwatchmen etc.) goslav mmitary coopermt2'
pregnant. women, mothers of necessary to defend
zamlUles who before going to which Oreece Is greatly a
church must attend to house- ed. and alo to maintals Orue
kr.-ping for a long time'.' military contact with Tuy. -
2: "Taking of Communion in The two Premiers are eig
late hours, discusatos on defense
This category Includes the during de OGsperl's of=
cases of faithful who can re- to Athets.
celve Holy Communion from Papagos assured de
their pre'ates only at a late such cooperation wo ui
hour. It also Includes children paIr friendship between '
for whom It would be too much and Italy which was
hardshlb to go to church, re- increase in the futite,,
c.alve Holy Communion, then re- sources said.
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TWS IS YOUR FORUM THE READERS "WN COLUMN Strange politics in 1953 will
t H A t n With the loganeering turbu.
SI I e a r alence of the presidential election WAM
a a N ca M s Bu aOAdnot yet ready for dusty archives 0 0.
__0-the nation's labor leaders 0ind oral $3a
The Mail Sex is n open forum to readers of The Panama Amp- themselves In the sensitive I I .-The
uin. Letters are received gratef ually and t e handled isn a wholly coe n- ion of lookinto Ge n.rErn- .A
I d mer. wer and Sen.Taft of Morn. 1`00:10
It yo ueontribute a letter don't be Impatient of it doesn't appe the inIde Helghts fame to saveyMcG
e odst day. Letters Ore published in the order received. ln power Ia n 1953. onled th
F'or onyu Taftp 8chm andteamnta1 Elb roecse n nhouweinte w ontaaoral oiatmi~ Ruyw S yuS^i~brneAlril.t"
Phease try to keep the letters imited to one p ge ium ag can head of Tf a barrage of ang T
identity ef la tt e writers is held in stri actest confidence. bill on The 1 aimed at n
This newspaper essemas sorespensibility for tateBet go as espae ing national strikes, c u t t I
exrssdislttr hema feedenrs Whichls both ocr io; ^ nS -i e % S %S^fi ^^ ^ S~
empresede~ toI lentesom reede cds union membership down to 5, 0
1Ancon, Canal Zone. with another on strike strate
Editor, The Mill Box slashing union territory to a
THE PANAMA AMERICAN mile radius, lowering jurisdiction
Dear Editor: within that circle to factories
Permit me to answer "Yet An Egghead." And a good name with only 0( workers, and open-
it was, for the author of that zaney letter. An egghead indeed unonsl1 to unre do pe l n-
with a dangerously thin shell and precious little "gray matter: lin s of dollars in damage suof s
n'^BS^Slins o dollars^ in^ ^ damag suits~g~
Inside. Because to go out of one's way to offend any group or during each strike.
stratum of society would seem to indicate a seriously warped men- This section on law suits is not
tality on the part of the person writing such a letter, and cert- far fetched. In the past five
ly not to the credit of anyone claiming Intellectual superiority. years unions have been sued for
It is generally believed that just about every class of man is$37310 K according to
needed to perform the many task essential to the Fell-being of column's incomplete o tn.
mankind. There are the scientists, the professionals, the crafts- There bs even proposed egs-
men, and others too numerous to mention. Each one has soe lation which would wipe eut
small part, in the scheme of things, but much depends on how u U royalty payments to
well we play our part as individuals and as a team. on and their Members as
Of the great men and women that devote their time and the Joba Lewis weofare fund
energies to the task of attending human ills, we can but say that and the AFL Soreen Aeters .d
theirs isa a wonderful contribution, essential not only to our every- Guild and Muscians' arrange- R
day well-being but all-important t, the very existence of man- ments for extra pay to per- & 11.
kind. farmers textured In modes
Yet there are a great many men and women working with broadest several times ever
the medical profession that might have done more and greater TVbroquenerales. i s e r
things had they chosen simpler tasks for themselves, something T u
like picking cotton or shoveling manure. A serious job analysis What labor fears most i a
migh thave saved them an awful lot of hard work preparing for legislative drive to make unions
a profession for which they were not temperamentally suited or liable to punishment under the Nh .
qualified to do, not to mention the serious blunders they make Claton Anti-Trust Act.
when attending suffering humanity. This would end such national
It is admitted that nothit g Is to be gained attempting to strikes n a John LAew s' abutting _ _ __ _'_ _
insult the person who chooses to call himself an "Egqbead" how- down of the coal pits, the CIO1
ever, It might be for the good of all, that we try to classify or at dolencing of ell 0l at one
-least examine more closely this "superior being" who stoops to givencSignal and tRouth.,
name calling. Name calling is religiously avoided by most civ- ger'sConcerned drives against the I m e1
Iged people and is unbecoming to a man who admits that he Is automobile plants. E1
an "egghead." When the Clayton Act was at tb
It is believed that many of the Doctors sent down here are first passed, Congress deliberate-A
chosen for this particular assignment because they were the ones ly excluded unions. By Frederk C. sts I
"voted most likely to fail, rather than to succeed." Sometimes a *Iage%-to
reallygood doctor gets thru the screen, and this kind of man is Little Sam Gompers hailed and the w
overworked here, because people that have any this action as the "a g n a WA GTN-Iot d ens e T
:1317ts will avoid goin near the "misfit" who is sent Chaft of labor." It freed unions most so many swoIra- ThrgwrKn thrinitna toghsvea tour &
1 o the statIulftkept. craning their neOOs to ase If any
phAractice socialized medicine ofl a people that haven'tfrom~ the fear of g Dn~~ eate has got to open the a l f ost o.vilitors firstname.lastname@example.org bo-
i choice but to accept such medical treatment as may be prosecution and clvil sie the ad cuant 'emd in% We of &rs ago, you Mawtheh
I have met some of them clo e u and adm it a genuine tad- rihe whichIwee to est Ikeedoesn 'get he'. t nethe tu t
aV~bl oi cose-u ad-roughand tmbleorganzing nd aprI. .t -i HAUse why he d q0M Ad Tha Ios 2rvethe e unt-
mnifttlon for the better-doctors stationed here, while I. can't say labrikas whfoch e dre theInext dWelsir'tIMcanheottj". esIn hog frThA M hPne e
too many good things for some of the "misfita" that ar attempt- 30 years. The AFL hadconsider- a minute there Ad Was w ahead. This time, somehow, he a
Ing to practice medicine.o I live near one of the latter pillrollers, ed the page of thisoy
so cled, that couldn't advise treatment for the common cold. of their g e c asa ethewhlS a theetm solemn l tThe reading of the WW badnabe-
While It may be said that most of our Doctors and Nurses amocus-o all4eneds now 1fore.Ike ok w tAk
Gop 4 Hospital are Pretty efficient, there are some who knowotld bNow lbo koa a at m itThece n aon was ldc e
fate t t otane ~dil n h sbjc o ieN ow laor k nrows t Mst i CThMae r ah ~ssldau.ee
little about human ailments and much-lessabout h to-curefaenthe.
Se Rlouy, to give credt wher cditprIsao due, m osnt liko e a on sthtee re oneelgte ttUS.Gne mse eheness
mnt dItwase Mr.Averaec Aercau in that boito the Panoaa oftet09 :A9 n thd
thes sames avrago ~e Americansae w sth wom omeltinad stilCa ofwaltiag fr te o 16ther brown .chlerk afEn
wheter a wok orplayeve whie etthsin pbli plaes. -mt wih wath te
a~d llars thmattheyern that make s e Iron possbes for these *n fig d their oe ag-non
oraThey o vn hnworin but re ane n sawad Vft"ht at t
of yours fmlDotor ganexperience wbo posractivcricing oaesn th th tl ove ph-as b*~adjh '-_
heon wae cahologrretanorsenvs wewl hnb- d nutThre Americani two anI PlVei to esinator,-
sa ore lawnt "Mrt A o dag e ,ericaIna comic Tookewouldsbutinotlonlspechencsg
gi-.AVec enrctes rof The peoples empoy g of. IOCd tanhis leaterwsR h
positonuo a ub atra of tperalf. aut these
whom In comee in
inpublitoradrocaii lwith which wuldno aAS abma
Other oesthr fitenb bthe h O .
abouththearn taple fowhe- rer *csallu n
Wadr"t anepre constle ructivecinonthe le road9rinthela btteovr pairs; re-Rte. had Md.' w ism .
and work InVtwo a likao, Vand 4110. Tim
wewilleteoplthtavrchseohen insdeb l
teatountamionedeodlbnetorlfato 1's3Itherde het a
bson 2eird3ofthepeopleemloy to ntrducdiGO'wtholdcuran anen to neatinal stikes rtat
te 23Thesse ihe C. of C. atd te fN.Mr .e tthie
Reehimessnt P devI outd P le p oan rthevkno that Use.Behisthen- 2. te that 'a nIna=e-alnia
bei g discussPodudess 3Utainthedrepsiio Is paral fut These 01 od a
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onuthed 0Frenchrr8Booh o otherutraIost iv.ean Intoe Ve
only end abuse but crackthT
ta l IU mshtra Mi **ur veryonenwith oIJa c on.) lme per of all pmthe u enose. Wits.
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whn wla n one er ra urelesAsiilatenbe Unoiondustry.egsts re e.miq
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other rsoserhne -
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IA Salute I ^-- Reuther. it la reliable ported.
$& turI-shthinks there are mIllo to e
'Awon in the white delar feld
S l ive Inl the headquarters officess of
MAR ~the far-fluns unlonleasci p
98 aste ,"i"( --^BTg -- 1I orations like U. 8. 8teel. Grtaeral t^ B3 BMI BB| laaraafi aa^
t. '-_ eats ; Motors and General letro e -. S
't av eity 1 offices and brain centers away. n- A t
- -- u notg md they ~othe
'eed fbshape. easy par
S** for *ase at
A 9 ? MUhNiCUTI. .i,
I Ow"th M.. -
. -e. TeL ur.
drop. and labor believes the .
Il MOR KALES 1949 W elt Itm2 w t asa
S2-door Sedan., with and th drthers take t-as f.
raio and rest cover. Good fenulve
stiestee. d condition. ThO'Y 1 .agled fr the i.
| 0I T1 HUNNICUTT.I5A w t a.ast.
11h .UnPt C.. Central Ave.4 i
Lo'on. Tel. See. (Copyrlyht 1953, Poat Ha
S1 idicate, Iucj.
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MY MO ArmV F 1 r
MW is aw ... 1 -1-_ J&
53 aaah&4a ^ pIunmein of delegates to tde
were not so annu convocation of the dis-
,ca ,ue O told trtdon an important fsatu
Sthe *. f m.theeeting.
q mgltgjepr TAt he plhoral Eucharit Vt 7
O (D. w w. the You
f towthr the will mail
bo ft y earporate comno.
and Inter a d-n services wTil take place s
fi o o rafth
I J (e) PITTasLD, N.H., (UP) -
n bdge "les The seven and WI-
omiat of ezwi HumTa d are going teady.
316.A. -..) Re was bern -Dec. 7. Asw
tt ca~lmm -of them even ea n old on Pea r-
HoMse W e an btor Day. He entered the armed
taeit, Ibud in ces at the of 17 n the
tige buget can be I= Mth day of e th month.
4 WANTED AGENT
for tho sale of ulvemraith's wares, artistic reproductions of.
matluo, artlel of vltu and objects glUt silver, eweb
et with pregiout stoes saad ImitaWon gems.
plnman Top Neguib Aides Visit West enrmny
S BONN. Germany, Jan. 10 (UP) Moaeb has denied reports
-Two of Premier Gen. Moha- that their visit was prompted
med Nagulb's top Egyptian go- by the Bonn government's a-
B vernment adgvlors arrive here agreement to pay Israel $714000.-
today to meet with West Oer- 000 In material goods over the
r' man officials u part of a drive next 12 years as partial resti-
>* .( UP)- to step up exchange of Egyp- tuition for Nazi crimes against
Ai1here ttan cotton and other raw prod- Jews.
-bdR Y n ucts for German industrial Informed circles here s a I d
imO a goodief West Germany Is concerned a-
r foroI out of Scheduled to confer in the bout expanding trade between
., West German capital are Lieu- ermany and all Arab bloc na-
f,-..._, tenat Colonel Moaeb, Nagulb's t ~ns, especially in view 7 Arab
rm by adjutant, and R. Wilhehn Volls, tnreats of aa economic boy-
0-' 'iG German-born advisof to the E- cott following signing of the
m MR IAAi.'. gyptian- War ministry. Impact with Israel.
-itmMfor a year
aboit the "CHRIST IS THE ANSWER"
SI FIRST BAPTIST C1
" '-,b a Peiping FIR.Higcs..
itr.'t-"" U-door Conver-
itie,vwy pod enditionm.
Z;; jiamemts for a ie at.t
SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, LA:'
h: 1h St. Central Ave.
S- n. TeL M.
a~ M lyfaithou$nd
..I d "h wrote out a
ta own to sign for
"What did yoW call fte?"
"I said you were a well known
Amedcan anti Communist,"
"Th4t's better,' Spellman
DETROIT (a-ort ita
Company laboratories Mt M
grade dust particles th50
smaller than the diameter of
human hair. This done t
duplicate the dust of a I
dry res where motor Wd
must operate Just s
as on clear highwayL ,
Bargain. 1947 IFr 44
covers, very go.ai'
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 11, 1953
9:30 a.m.-Bible School (Cla*s for all ages).
10:45 a.m.-"CHRIST'S LIVING MESSAGES." 2
n Cor. 3:18
Junior Choir... Senior Choir "I
CHILDREN'S CHAPEL are. 5-12)
6:30 p.m.-Baptist Training Union.
7:30 p.m.-"REDEMPTION BY A LAMB."
Pastor W. H. Beeby-Speaking Radio Outlet-HOXO-
EVERYBODY WELCOME NURSERY PROVIDED
WE PREACH CHRIST CRUCIFIED RISEN COMING AGAIN
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THU PANAMA AMERICAN AN IMba NDENT DAILY NIEW5PAIPIF
Afl E FOUR
.. i i - ^ v' IP ." Traffic Problem -
Gaynor Maddox Reports On The --
Kitchen Window Food Outlook For 53 r-
'.t By GAYNOR MADDOX ON
.a.KEA Food & Markets Editor *Miiton al I l
NEW YORK 'NEA--From the
kitchen inado" 1953 looks
something likv tlis
..: As mumn food in the stores to
-6uM as las \eail. )i eten enough
-tpr a fle inmoe iiiealk.
e.TAbout the same 01 ma\be a
]tmle moi.* imnOie. needed to
Fl y 1I
w .mily ti.roi
.,That optimistic prediction is
A.bed on exclusive Interviews
'wthb leading food industrialists
4', the meat. giaiin aairv and
iroery f..lds and on ieportL oi,
,V'S. Department; of Agriculture
All, except Austin S Igleheart,
president General Foods Corp.,
believe prices will be Pbout the
Jc. or slightly higher than
day. Igleheart .aid. -There is
strong possiolity that Mod
fces to Mrs. Housewife may
en-be lower in 1953."
.But as the American house-
ltoe glances out her window to
iee if her well-fed children are
"Afe, she knows that far beyond
Ler domestic horizon there is
fighting in Korea and that war
Clouds shadow Europe and other
parts of the world. If this situa-
tion worsens suddenly, then the
food picture can change.
Contrary to popular thinking,
our present military program is
2not making large inroads on our
food supply. Unless the Korean
struggle is enlarged and the cold
iwar elsewhere gets out of
;bunds, military demands on our'
nationall larder will not mater-
Aaly affect the picture. Under
present conditions, only about
4ive out of every hundred beef
,imals will be needed to feed
Sour Armed Forces next year, on-
ly five dozen,out of every hun-
dred dozen eggs and about five
Jer cent of the feed grains we
duce. That's about the same
.last year. Of our total 1952
supply, only approximately
-per cent was required to
dour men in uniform.
John Holmes, president of
wAMt & Co., world's largest
kers, sees as much, if not
te, meat in 1953 as in 1952.
*mI g his estimate on govern-
ent figures and his own ex-
ce, he says our per capital
at consumption in 1953
es to be 144 pounds as
red with 1952's 142 pounds
'Cu0rrent levels of cattle on
and on feed should afford
iljMficant Increases in volume
4t..;ttle of all grades to be
Throughout 1953 as com-
1 to 0S92," he said. He add-
S' whiJe It is to 'early. to
Lipitive, it appears unlikely
t will be many significant
tiPgthg in the production of
n the year ahead.
0" ltr', Holmes believes, is
CTereal "comer" in the meat
'~tle the average American
4 .ieatiing about the same amount
J'4Nd meat today that he was
'j1-y.-rs ago, he Is eating over
S 194j Dodge 4-door Sedan,
Jleaher seats, good shape
4i9 condition. For sale at
IMOT Y HVNNICUTT, S.A.
-, 16th St. Central Ave.
Col6n. Tel. 300.
55 per cent more poultry," later on in the year, las they
Holmes said. "In the first six usually do seasonably."
months of 1953, the prospects Last year's large crop of
are for a 15 per cent to 20 per wheat, corn and other grains in
cent increase in supply of com- this country and Canada as-
mercial broilers, over the same sures us enough meat, dairy and
period last year. In 1952, Ameri- poultry products, according to
cans ate 870 million of these C. H. Bell, youthful president
new-type birds, an increase of of General Mills, world's No. 1
78 million over 1951. A further millers.
increase Is expected in 1953," he
added. "However, demand for food
will be greater than ever before
Although Swift's president did because of our fast growing
not discuss 1953 prices, F. W. population (7000 more mouths
Speeht, president of Armour & to feed a day). And we should
Co., world's second largest pack- enjoy continued high incomes
ers, did touch on the subject because of defense spending and
gingerly. industrial expansion.
Agreeing that our total meat
supply may be slightly larger
than last year, he said, "Predict-,
ing price trends in the meat
business is like predicting the
weather. Anything can happen.
I doubt, however, whether prices
will go much lower than they
are today and they should rise
"Therefore," he explained, "as
price is the balancing factor be-
tween supply and demand, it
looks as if the demand for food
will fairly well keep up with the
supply with relatively small ad-
jqstments In prices."
Milk is a vital part of the
American balanced diet. The
OAt home or away
the call is for
Distilled and Bottled in Scotland
JAMES BLCHANAN & CO. LTD., GLASGOW, SCOTLAND
Distributors: AGENCIAS W. H. DOEL, S.A.
No. 14 Central Ave. Tel. 2-2766
"lj WELKIN. Planeteer Pulled Off Course
I CAN'T R6URE
WHAT MAPE US
S WERE BINN67N6 6OD. 2..L
TE RE'STRIAL HP $.QL.vO MY
AL.O N&5l BY LANDING
'51R. .1 A^
presidents of both National
Dairy Products Corp., and the
Borden Co., the country's two
largest dairy processors, predict
more milk for 1953.
E. E. Stewart, National Dairy's
president, said: "Although the
milk cow population has dropped
16 per cent between 1946 and
1952, the number of people has
increased 25 million in a d.;cade.
However, because of more ef-
ficient farm operation and the
production per cow running at
record levels, the needs of con-
sumers can be met by the In-
dustry this year."
Borden's president, Theodore
G. Montague, stated, "Ameri-
cains will have a slightly higher
milk supply during 1953. The
prices of dairy products will.
however, be about the same as
during th.e past year. The reason
for this is that the demand for
milk and its products will in-
crease because the population
wl be greater and there will be
more money in the hands of
General Foods' Igleheart looks
forward this year to active em-
ployment across the nation
which should produce a national
income at least equal to 1952'd
and probably higher.
Admitting that crops of a few
of our basic food supplies might
run a little behind last year due
to unforeseen loeal adversities of
weather or blight, his expeeta.
tion nevertheless is that overall
supplies should prove ample'
and adequate to meet the de-
".In view of these, broad ew
pectatlons ni the, fact that t
profit margins of those wh6
process and distribute the na-
tion's food products are at an
all-time low, consumer food
prices generally should be no
higher than the average for
1952." he said.
Then to the woman scanning
window, he forecast that food
the y.ar ahead from her kitchen
prices may be even lower In
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FOR SALE: 1949 Oldsmobile
2 door Sedan, beautiful
condition, radio, seat co-
vers, and 5 good tires.
SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT, S.A.
16th St. Central Ave.
Col06n, TeL SW.
BY BUSS WINTBUBOTHAM
* COMI6MOGI HEY,
: BARRIE, THERE
SA A ANOTHER -IMPO T
o- i \.MM"
CULlS AND 2 nUINM
Re red .- .
'VhAY DON'r SASRT-
ONT1J4 G' A.k
A oXr- SoT IOMOr
141ISMENU CATTY GfSIP,
LUsk BmuI r ^'
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Candle on the i "
OET Ug HOME
BY NEW YEAR.
BT At VBBMRR-
l Ol BOARIDING BOU '
Fta^BWgt^ l^^^^SSCOLD ?
It Adds Zest
HEY, 'A ALL.6 CAT BUM.'
FOR Kow* THA
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NOWJUST LOOK AT YE6, HE I, DOCTOR .. YES, NK
OOP...AJ. DiRE 'VOLJ DESERVE A L.OT" A.GETi
UP...ISNTHEA A. OF CREDIT FOR A CLO- JS ON TW"
FINE FIGURE JOB WELL DONE. BIG APE r Y
OF A MAN? TOOK rOME
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DADM N t4WAPAPUME
n. -.J Je
.' m ^e
B._..3'Ie mInAJIDOLP ajter their
,i,, Y. 4 eceptot n at the Dartmoutl ub follow-
^ew~smofl1 MrL Kinler Is continula he ar-atl. at
crls~; .her husband wli return to duty aboard he US
SBaltUmore in the Spring.
v O =HOOB DI ANGUISHEDED
te- kuffio be t iy t be t.ign-RevMaUn N-
M,. O to an taItoral ewep-
Mr a uy, ma U. flesop ': to 3:0
,ay eliM the C a of St. Luke 'n. honor of
Re veen-d Rbert Burtoa Gooden of
who retired recently freomn the position
in-lsHwep of the Doieeee of aI i A M1._ _L
-oedmen ardsve today bry pane am Califrnts
of several weeks In Paama, wlthL his Oa anad
31I6 GRub ~re
dence on the Babanas.
Ve er Circle Meeting
The Vesper Circle of the
Gamboa Union Church met for
the first time in the new year
at the home of Mrs. G. E. Wal-
bridge; the Circle Chairman.,
Mrs. K. R. Duncan was ap-
pointed co-chairman and Mrs.
G. 3. Cooper was elected secre-
tary and treasurer. In the fu-
ture, meetings will be held on
the first Thursday -of each
month. Mrs. M. K. Anderson
and Mrs. K. M. Wemmer will
be the co-hostesses in Februa-
SMrs. R. A. Gray will give
After the business meeting
refthinemnts in keeping with
the .New Year suggestion were
served to Mrs. C. Glahn, Mrs.
4.. treriMrs. F. S. Pierce,
Mrs. C. L. Holmes, Mrs. R. A.
Foray, Mrs. S. L. Churchill, Mrs.
M. 8. Herring, Mrs 3J. Camp-
bell, Mrs. N. K. Anderqon, Mrs.
K Wemmer, Miss Amanda
Huddleston, Mrs. F. D. Spen-
Ce!, Mrs. W. H. Ward and Mrs.
S.- Cooper. At this time the
group presented Mrs. Spencer
wih a Hummel figurine as a
Mr. and Mrs. Spencer are
leaving the Isthmus immedi-
ately to make their homne in
Rosary Altar Society
The Rosary Altar Society of
St. Mary's Church In Balboa
will hold their regular meet-
ing on Monday evening in St.
Mary's Hall following Novena.
Caribbean Stamp Club Meeting
The" first regular monthly
meeting, in 1953 of the Carib-
bean Stamp Club will be held
on Monday, at 7:30 p.m. In the
Library of the Jewish Welfare
Mary Bartlett Circle Notice
The Mary Bartlett Circle will
meet on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m.
at the home of Mr. Juan Hl-
dUlmU ,~at the aalhna b- manr l
d" ts. t I Drift ITPwnament Monday
t e regular elo bride-
S r oe played on
, b.ow. TiMr regular wee-y bridge
%ed h tte4 Vening at :30 pa.
r plane o in th, Card Room of the Ho-
'e her sta in Vir- tel Tvo,
r .na n o o n e rt
= 0W ithe Re-
at % duo-piano con-
60. by Wally tHrh and Jatai
_gto yiven Monday,
Shome ary.9, -at the NAtlo na
mornin i te tat. -
amorning Mrs. William C. Bain,
so. weft Mrs. R. T. thePdo
d Mrs. T. X Dryme. IwC chao f la
at the confee Services D O
j .%.^j& 1 sl w3?S5 Alegre Smith
has cmitwo new classes
upw iaSbi to T tfiton of tropical
'ail "^M! now bul b 1Vegetabes, their
as. MM d the cluaica
i- K I will be dam-
arIL For. thmatons tel-
a a a eaamd dI delotloo of
.a of wt
'. 6 % I
PIQUANT MARCELA BRID Is one of the charming members of
Panama's younger set who has entered the lists from which a
Queen, for Hotel El Panama's .Carnival will be chosen. Voting
starts tomorrow night.
the Fort Clayton Non-Commis-
sioned Officers' Wives clu b,
Thursday, -according to Mrs.
A. D. Lpveland, Publicity dl-
lector for the club.
Incumbent Mrs. C. M. Wea-
thers was ree ted president
ofthe orgniza n n the medt-
Ing helf at Clayton NCO club.
Mrs. gal Hessa was reelected
Those taking office for the
first time Included Mrs. M. At-
cheson, who will assume dutle
of club secretary from Mrs. 8
A. Kolborczyk, and Mrs. C. F
Dopkowsky who succeeds Mr
H. Smith as club treasurer
Ms. Loveland was named pu
Other business reviewed b
the club Included plans fo
an afternoon social to be hel
on January 22 for club mem
bers and other NCO wives wh
wish to attend.
New! Lontay's Straight-Shampoo
For Men, Women
.' .wth. jusit k simple shampoo you can boast a hairdo
Wtt Ut .WaveA or halt completely straight! Lontay's
at-8iUmp0o makes the hair as straight as you want
it... and it's so dady to use!
Crls completely disappear Just with washings and do not
retu evebn with damping and brushing the hair
Lotnay's Straight-Shampoo leaves the hair soft, silky and
vwy attractive I Keep your hair beautiful With the famous
Fr sale, all drugstores and at your favorite
* ." ,
Be your grad
when you buy
Jama a Rum
he island of lami (tritish West
Sladi) can produs the real and gmnuine
amn dut& ayc label his wares as
For your pr-ima ue that
A .lac Society * / /
nt^- ic :-------o--. <, 'js"r^
Am 19-5, gal"An slVk*e. e,., J -78
CAPTAIN ANDU Ms. KOE B There will, be a*'
MNTERTAIM FOR VISITORS vestrymen and delegates
annual convocation. Al '
CptaI a"m Mrn. L L. Kepke, of the Ceco Sol Naval Sta- bers of the churchh ar e
l ha asa informal dinner party at their home Thursday to ly Invited to attend.
VoiaSAhr&e.aML e.sJoek l lbel of San Francisco, and Miss
eaits Belahel, qf Caraeas, Venezuela, who are visiting Lieu- Annual Meeting of the
tenat Commander and Mrs. V. W. Adler. Girl Seout Counell ",
-- -- The annual meetingE a
Girl Scout Council will be
Mr. aid Mrs. Kepick Celebrate a fly-up and Investiture cere- Wednesday, January 21i f
Thirtieth WMedin Annvereary mony at their meeting this 9:00to 2:30 pm. at the
Mr. and Mr.. John Kernick, week. can eon Club at FSrt
of Braios Heights, celebrated Girl Scout Troop 33, w ith dor Pid reseron Club ations
thler "Pearl" Wedding Anni- Mrs. R. E. Cox and Mrs. George made with your Neigh
veria.y, for. thirty Feara of Allgater, as leader and assist- Chairman before JanuNrr
married life at their home ant were guests for the occa- Taking reservations a
Friday nfghi. 81on.Gold Coast are: Mrs. I L ,.
Mr. Kernick, of Wimbledon, A double circle was formed Clelland of New CrisE
London, England, and Mrs. by the Scouts and Brownies Lee Nash-atun:ndMCrm
Kerniek were married at her and the following girls flew up IMathews-Coco Solo, Mrs
home in Yarmouth, Nova Sco- at the conclusion of the sing- Mahew--Coo Solo, n Marrita
t14- on, January 9, ImS. Ing of their song. They were: lGeorgeMarshDG rulicka
Weighty guests called during Judy Butlet, Eileen Cox, Mar- George Mars.h -P GOulryt
the evening for cocktails and vel Davison, Tina Hourigan, Fort Sherman.
buffet refreshments served on Mary-Ann Hardwick, Katie
the lawn of their residence. Thompson, and Kaye Stone Know Panama Tour
The large. tiered table wae After Mrs. Davison pinned ThKnow firsanma Tour of P an
centered with white gladioli, each girl, she told what she will be made by the
and baskets of flowers, gifts of had lted best in Brownies. nam a Group of the Ca
triendb, were used In the gen- An Impressive Candlelight College Club on atu a
erza dpooration of .the home. Ceremony was tfied to Invest CollegeC lub on Saturda ,
The Pacific Side -guests in- the girls as the first members Tourist By 17. A bus wiatll leave
chlded Mr. and Mrs. Philip of Intermediate Girl Scout ixth Street at 800 .a
Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. John Troop No. 58. A "white-covered operations should be m8:00
T. Shaw, and Mr. and Mrs. V table, decorated with red hiblis- tonight, call MrsC .
T. Mats. cus blossoms held the tapers. send 3-1776, or Mrs. W.
--- As each girl lighted her candle raend 3-1435. or
Cotillion Dance Tonight she recited a Girl Scout Law. dy 3-1435.
The Washington C ot lli o n Diane Goodhead, Diana Rae
Club will hold a dance this eve- Smith and Joan Page were in-
ning In the ballroom of the ducted into the troop with the or 1WWU 4
Hotel Washington, Instead of girls who flew-up. *
s the 17th. The girls were Invested by Will FeaSIm
their leader, and Mrs. Stanley
* Fort Davis Ladles Club Meeting Hamilton, president of the Girl
The Fort Davis Lidles Club Scout Council, pinned the m. I
r. held their regular meeting and Their crests and identification. rd In la
- morning coffee at the Officers badges were pinned on by Mrs.
Club Thursday with Mrs. H. F. Thomas Custer and Mrs. E. F. Elements of the 33rd
Green, president, officiating. McClelland. Mrs. Cox Invested Regiment, Fort Kobbe, wil
y Hostesses for the occasion her daughter. ticipate in a joint Army,
r were: Mrs. Robert A. Douglas, Mrs. Hamilton made a short Air Force review in honor of
d Mrs. Kerdis E. MeeksI, nd Mrs. talk and this was followed by President of the Republic ot.
- Norman U. Weslin. the singing of the chalet song nama, His Excellency
o Mrs. E. D. Winstead presided and taps. Jose Antonio Remon, whch
at the coffee service and Mrs. Mrs. Davison, leader of Troop be held at Albrook Air
John H. Wigs served the cake. 58 will be assisted by M r s. Base On Saturday, January
Guests for the morning were: Thomas Custer and Mrs. E. F. starting at 3:30 p.m.
Mrs. Melvin Paine, Mrs. Wayne McClelland. Colonel Robert H.
A. Cecil and Mrs. Francis R. commanding officer of the
Peabody. Five Year Old Celebrates Infantry Regiment, will t
The following committee Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Wiscavage. over his regimental tco3
chairmen were appointed by of New Cristobal, entertained one of the regiment's o
the president for the next six with a party at their home. and assume the position of.
months: Hospitality Mr s. Thursday. for their daughter. mander of Army Troops.
William R. Hinscherff, Mrs. Ro- Frances to celebrate her fifth It is fitting that this unitl
bert Harlem; Hospital Mrs. birthday anniversary. Included In this parade
Joseph R. Wisnack; Childkn's Prize winners for the games is strictly a Caribbean
Activities Mrs. Robert W. were: Rosalita Donahue, Hu- The 33rd Tnfantry was =laK
Coward ard Mrs. George W. bert Jarman and Billy Knox. tivated in 1916 here in the
Kennedy; Red Cross and Wel- The other guests were: Doro- Zone. With headqua
fare Mrs. John H. WIla; thy harper, Patricia and Dar- Camp Empire, now a rifle
Chapel Flowers Mrs. Bflly lena Daley, Patrick Arnol d, members of the unit were
E. Ragsdale; Reservations Betty and Hubert Jarman, Ma- tioned throughout the 'e"
Mrs. Ernest D. Pelxotte; Pu~M- ue nd Jean Geer, Margaret the Zone.
city Mrs. Kenneth M. Tna.. ill McCarson, Susan and The review for President
lr; er meant at arms Mir i Custer, Kathleen and mon will be both monte, -
Arthur Baley; Coffee m- c, Sharon Lee Crlaaml, mounted, an will
Mv D. D;ari ga and Thomas Kn~. presentation from thU
wMr al-. The adults who a In- component services M
S Un. Wayne eluded: Mrs. K. T. rs. nama Area. A uar
A. J. R, Arnold Mrs. Hubert Jar- will be composed of two
the business meet- man, Mrs. William Geer, Mrs. Police from each of the t1f
Major J. B. Humphrey William Knox and Mrs. T. 0. vices.
Rve a talk on "Customs of the Custer. Commander of troops
Service." Brigadier General Frani
---Rebekah Club Elects Offcers March, Chief of Staff,
New Intermediate Girl Scout The Cristobal- Rebekah Club CARIB, and Deputy
Troop Inaugurated held their regular meeting in er U.S. Army Forces, P
Brownie Troop 38, of New Margarita at the home of Mrs. Commander of Army
Cristobal, with Mrs. NQrman Lita Robtson with Mrs. Olive will-be Colonel Robert H.IL
Davison as thet .leader, held Halloran as co-hosteas. las, Commanding Ofleer,
The dark horse was won by Infantry Regiment.
Mrs. Roberta Crandall and the Commander of Navy
guest prize by Mrs. Phyllis will be Commander R.
FOR SALE: 1938 Bulck Turner. Glathery, Executive Officerp.,
Roadm aster. very good The following officers were Naval Station, Rodman.,.
transportation, epsy pay- elected: president- Mrs. Phyl- Commander of Alr t. a
gnts. Usli Turner, vice-president-Mrs. Troops will be Lieutenant
SMOor Y HUNNICUTT. SA. Mary Lou Tolbert; Secretary- onel 0. D. Gorman, Jrj, l
Ot$ 8t. Centml Ave. Treasurer- Mrs. M a r g a r e t of Materiel, Albrook Air
Coa. Tel. so Schofield. Base.
W Mrs. Blackham, of Fort Gu- Commander of Mo
lick, was a guest, for the eve- troops will be Lieute
ning. The other members pre- onel D. E. Still, commandiptjR
berg,'Miss Grace Williams, Mrs ficer, 45th Reconnaissanl5a lE
Emma Estes, Mrs. Betty 0'- tallon, Fort Clayton.
Rourke, Mrs. Maude Lawrence, The general public of
Mrs. Freda Boydaton, Mrs. Lo- and the Canal Zone Is In
iey Wray, Mrs. Helen Sterns. A
Parish Dinner At Church of
Our Saviour FOR SAL : IM
The Annual Parish covered Super 2-doer Siaab.
dish dinner will be held at lent condition. HUar1". r
the American Episcopal Church at
of Our Saviour, Monday, Jan- SMOOT Y HUNNICUTT. ,I..
uary 12, at 6:30 p.m. Reports 1ith St. Central Am,.
will be given by the pastor and Coln, Tel. a .m
organizations for the year.
PWff;I ** THE SAVINGS BANK
Don't worry about that Institution Guaranteed by the State -
blessinpg in disguise" Pays 2% Interest Annually on Savings Acconti
signal to you 1o take action
ando oethingaboutob INITIAL DEPOSIT $5.00
tainig lovelier, natural-
looking ore haircolor! So We make loans with guarantees on first mortafge
relax and letr Roux take or other securities.
over! For Roux Oil Sham-
poo Tint treatments conceal
,ever vile sad of dull CHRISTMAS SAVINGS
stl ...sio iig coo 25c. 50c. $1.00 and $58N
that d"isW your worry to
*^jw deposits are accepted thru a period
My 01 of 48 weeks.
-i l I Individual safety deposit boxes, for jewelry .A.c
-, documents, in 4 different sizes.
ICo tCO* TISONS OFFICE IN PANAMA: COLON BRANCo
IC Central Av. at reat St. at e mW
a:e asonly as directed rnr ofr" Strt. of Ith S L.
.*^ o lae 0. A. De ROUX, CARLOS MOUYN".l
"j. U1D. 5ub--ainet.
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T*E PANAMA AMMRCAN -
You Sell 'em...When You Tell em thru PA. Classifieds
leave our Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 '"H" Street Panami
itde y'Hasn't Meo 4l yo/
With SoIulton To Korean er
'- Of the afternoon mass at tle Virrin In Rainbow C i 'at. .ounced by uartermast -. ,
Communion will be taken 7.30 DmI wee.
ea meals, the decree C.atj~ wDI be conducted oan
wfme and beer may be Durine tneir stay on the At- aursday and Saturdays of e .e
but at hard lHquer. lantic side the visitors will be the wek d ng the followIn hourn-
rbilk, fruit Juaces may guests of Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Thurdays. I aim. uMn 3
C WaldOCK a d ~.0
Ot eo Neur before C. Waldck and Saturday4 m. n .
matn, but al- .o<.
amn teom Is excluded.
PMther invites those r MOW II v new, 15 e eeuilh.
iV tbeneflt by the new Chevlet. 4-door S e a EA
WY to lSvte Ithe Witb feer glide.lew mile., ar..ti
lnA more ardent man- _. sale at
Mn Sbad Ol t I#TNUICUTT. S.A,
....+.1 IL I W Ave.
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Coaln
Lewis Service Saron de Baeieza American Cariton StgOre W na, Oen s. r radSey,o Im Wati
No 4 Tivoll Ave.-Phone 2-2291. ana No. 55 West 12th Street 10.059 Me Mwe ieo-Phooe 365 Col6nI qe la rcttrlitt to o-eo i i
; .Propagad S.A, ,. Milm 12 wids. o ^to Arrive for Air-School Tera -
g'Morrison's Aencis Interlacional de Publicaciones tr ea tudte *t. c. ditl wod taAirt. o-
iorri~ n $. N, > 8t,,ree-+bM > ,or.. Mt. t,,.1". Street.et ,,*S^od ^ ^,11tuna ,talt -et t
N 3urth of .uly Ave.-Phone $4 N 3 tterv Plaza Phont 2-1199 Phones 3I-1 14 nld 3-i3798Jihe c xn of the Joerte
-loise t of andb the tate- Airmen frolm 11 nations start- nounced ths,
Welit' in scret toiltitony before ed to arhits at Albruak ri Force Schoolof e'
teldS rem ars lrwreom- Banthis week to rtite r forfor
FOR SALE MISCELLANEOUS RESORTS COMMERCIAL & Iby tairmH DeWey (re- o. tC an-Aat SnWo
WPM*,,~tl *. hw. dlksl peeo em Grom.i. Sent- C.Icra beas. s- PROFISSIONAL Asked if Bade h.ad suggest.- -cUding t o era ex- mar s
- Wrt e AleehePe Aueameo.. lee l tgee. Electrc Ice boxes. ga ed a coueatw o for enin1 Deet to 7tr for Ute Ialg.t tra nand e 81110*
E D tb w t ha.l e- FOR SALE:-1948 Chrysler, 4-door 201 .Aso C C. StoveS, moderate rates. Telephone the oreao wur, Short replied: olas in the of the hool. field of Iducati.dn d Theali1
t e n io n ", c h oi $ 5 0 0 0; 3S e an W in d s o r H i g h la n d e r O ri g i n -t" "e ,-4 1 G am b 4- 5 7 P e d r o M ,- Ut oi t Via e t o N ) j f e d e z't .k w h e hb1etW 8d veIn tteW fr O toe P a-he' r t l n g -"
Chin 0. et 00 A in excel- al owner, good condition nd good DR. WENDEHAKE. Medical Clinc -Ito"Moreseen nyo o ..i. e kwprotect" *s i ; S0%Wn sad he P Traisn's-- J riOw -T
SChnc -onditin, Son Frnc 3 rubber all around. Radio & heater Central Ave. K Street corner Pan- C an- sIi u siOther committee memtp nrs o ileid In t aU l. Lt. CoL
Street. Houe r hone 3- 2681. $1185.00 Call Coco Solo 417. ams. Phone 2-3479. Casino oanta lara. Dance imusicn eyI'-M le Krye thhe e tMt no- man alS, -JrOU hy 3eeteSCthe .e.'I.
'ndt H o 2 a b ed ri, condition P Ro M Panama TOs XIc ring thatnthFereE Tre a number of UMtgroupo of mp al stu-
e .. phone. 3022 after 5.p. m. day-limit), $169.00. good* o year; Clas.io6 435. o aboa. Phone n a
FOR SALE: er i ge to LOS AcNGL ES one wayL$149.Paordt, $1,- 2-a -8655.7 7Ou.Cs CEO. baVY r 31_6adbha ars oford:tnta ta l S man W
t..5. Petcon-IFOR SALE -Plymouth 2-door, 1948 timcld. c osftaicaunde OR urn-isd.R Call R o Solo I I I Isi owe eOf f ewts.ny KIit, f I e. aden s t he
diti o n. r r oa ns. H O L-o, l. T d on .Ors Tra o l un tropcsF S ooon large hou use 3O r.t i N FrE v A, h roe d t b-200
ScHighwayI No th. 2 ter o5 s ew management. Roms with pri- 4 bedrooms, large; olivingroom, 2y1G00U oredletcof d on.New r A rsAc nthe t 1e.tf ir Itnn Th Rhythm R7e
tdont St. Tel. s-5087, P-oe c d 414t.3.3841 4 bathrooms cold nd hot wZracr; r. T* -1 m.seeltoshe supervAlono.r ottceWr. 3 hyd oowtyofXthe Mt1d.
spokenma. r ol -. Z. vote both. Excerll$ent meals. Spring baths, smallyo ; kthen Rhlt. an honorwSith ablr eutoehelhthe be- dea the 'peelalres jo st 3o4e-ill t 'i
-.. . .... ...d Table good motor, tis' bodeny neuedsp il po ntry; 2 porches; 2 ma idPs rooms 1 "Hl" i na mentioned. c control tower operay- 4:00-M il. for .; -
FOR SALE:-Bed with mattress v OR SALE:-Plmouth 0 ee- FOR1948, time :-Spanish com ries: flutes, with bth. Garage etc. J. G. allu- on, electrical s test aircraft :3 W
t eno ar. ole new AintE-radio, excellent condi- f orll ring in tropics. See your 655. f i in orslot- r to i B
e y P smale ycNrd T wit to end the. wt offt ec during the
*any dining tablewithchai 1 tion. Call during office hour o re theravel agent. FOR RENT:-Mmdern and A tattractivee om Adeclision achred ao Em .o .b nLo--e-w
nma ond e c w ard o e M di ou eblen t onwdi yourw o fdube claNs uatA A eat m oAthe --T;' f' -h
i RanYdiCing tb bwniath chairs4- duu pringofrfiacebhoserred. FOR RENT REN T:--o NEWr and gnd ,
Srfect condition. No. u76, Apt. 4 2-4624, after office houi"s.Tel. ro adten residence; furnished; 4 d IW toward nM .- couse, 3n rMr Iml tenof e a:0Do-Th-ma LfDo
ST t St. TeL d 7, Pan- 3-3841. l4ving anbed roo ms.kt hen, DBtCffM "eetfeir rsdc itie specoalties Jus 2140- eM s I lu
Se o ______________ bathrooms, cold andhot water;towd .C.. erbc M p.se c Fo fn tomse steiriionfr ofie. :30-A Mutiny of the Md
4stlSdionte St. Tel. -508, P 1- 3- 1 S tion-Rodt w terhon" l t a s a d n eo u p re d e o or
a. FNAL ORSALE:- i 942 Packard 4 Door, MCHIDiin Coanter p bhs;e aisao 2 meaar om d the ment- ione on oerosfSaw
FOR SALE: Bamboo end table good motor, tires, body needs evr aheU e S pantry; 2.porches;2.maid'sroomsummetiohdoro1toefight-e a th s ciles t :
SOmbob nest of tables. Bamboo work, $225. Phone 83-6230 eve- FOR SALE:-Spanish canaries: flutes, with bath. Garages, etc. J.G. 15u- ton, electrical ystem rraft 4:30-Wht' our te
fac stole. Large Eight-day clock p nings. -T choppers, red, white, piik and mix- que Ave. No. 32, Lo Creste Tel. Short d "ave Instrument, link tnl era- :
SWestinghouse p. y appointmen, large. Chi OR ALE:-0 Pontiac D Luxe 2 ed colors. Trained mocking birds 3-1043, from 11 m. o f na en li nks m-- t rau 'ing, rai 5:
recBrd layer.. 83-3126 FOR SALE-54 P .ntia Dc Lux 2 which sing popular Cuban airs. i r-.l Atio ha U rWmi lleg s inp athe 1aintah rAdioc11mmui-' ll, 5:
PhoneIDr Sedan, fydramoticr, dFOOR 4 -toa. n -sa' -Mcalos aTd whonION TEENAGERS! Ba.roib' Eta 0e A0ciles
Dr. Sedan, Hydramotic, rMadio, 2 Monkeys, parrots, white orabbits.eirs dR tc c ss EN T he astenaae atterMo a:-,A
OR SALE:-MoDinigram set, stove, tone green, nylon covers, under- Public market (A ricutur wec Army
refrigerator. washing machine, me-tcoated. Very inan.Tu t S. it. M em bers oint con are a5. 1: TtTi tU cta
t chair rd, typewriter, tables, ced. Leaving Zone. Quick s let's tion ask for Cuba.
0ther furniture. Excelled t condi-ay talk it ver. Phone 83-5158, cash PANAMA TED-CANAL COMPANY r LAIRAI APARTME NT ar. mnll ut t wu d. are o the fuSiwiren h
on. Tel. Panama 2-306 and $1,_l50.00. OFFRS ST qUCTURE FOR SAle ofavoruse i f e w-the The aso h ounafettdt In thair
133. Red Cro ChaD WANTED TO BUY: Uedalresa bids, for opening in public, rwo x nd five room furnished and WeP0Xla rtOr move iea 0mn that al other fe'pamancar stu. 8: klra*d '" *
S ng:-asy washing ache 190 Hudson Coupe for sale. Both willbereceived until 10:30 A.M.. furnhed apartmetNo use to apply wprivaten- th. hthout 241, Askedunch ; b w
SAled Cross headauarters. i Recdonsirutor Naioor al. ot January 26195p knowledge offic steamfhip Mounting ardens. 806I.n 10thStre local et* .d t b b "S i J d-ethom a ban*s
rsidcllent condition. B 80.0. Via cars in good condition. Call Balboa the Superintenden t of Storehouses, Ne Cridentbal. Telephone Colon w l6n t ila sanh'4 the Tebeobe ouador l ,G-domT
r. been ssued ir aid------ ------- cvil defense circles In thb ted e aile Association of an plu ee and 5th p'i o
spaB a. House Villa Carolyn e WApt. 44ED.-Two oBa thlboa, for Building No. 153, Bal- u16.n "y.tem. according ord.: celebra tl-on to l1 St al i
bef ore Race Track.) FOR SALE-Ford Tudor Sedan 1947. boa Heights. Form of proposal withrShort d he. 0Va +m -1 ""Zlou wP
dio. Cn be sked to ttend the meet ho or financed. Will hed full particulars may be secured nin lt of thde 00 net
atr '"nSo wANTED- P.n odpla in, Sto panma Cith phosng SEE ThE iNABW As a two go h ) -m- Crteahme su ens holar 0:or. m en U.!
S mm cept older er as down payment. the offices of Superintendent of CSEEeHE.N W--m--..- -1 o1- ol Oe fe
Must sacrifice. 0t ue Heights.a"_" ..t r e v o t e w, 0 ,.. n #
%f LOSTe OR STOLnEN: Red Apt. 1, beside Auto Service. a er aIt Balboa Hei ghs.RB h O o ioaix b oo i Ofe I 3 ,8, -o t--.- t.h
I J h shund .e...................'! *o- "--,t her coyt riw i.es w "t ,- .. ,,'-'o@
chshund, m te named- Fritz, no -FORSAE: -14 2 sedaletFORElAal -a riEomeeorar e For e huter bid: e d chTet rii, l( AUe _. oa Sher -I
loar. He is Sck and needs atc- F-.- 2Oldsmobile 4 FOR SALE B compete v ed chalet EoVall iv(Ani ) (Tejte 0r w l .e w i the Colonel
ion Please return. Reward Box door sedan, $280; owner leaving Cobbler equipment. For further in- phnB one Ponama 3-342 $40 ~ I. te Spa.L rMc eot m ru-y.--- .AMrw
1Ba wtOIh D rtnific a 'T 5 p. h. gh e n cd mef B capac a .o- 9. 2 o .fld ll y d/- u nllc llosed lO m ,h m-n
alboa, huA1 3-Be Or fatioa a2v Ehange FOR RENT:-Furnished ro o m$4- y ougenerally ,, Tnammqataaid
ntlaed from Pae 1 ANTED d foron call at Qtrs. Curundu, 221-A on Offic poste, building No.ffice the Canal Zone, with th co r
T rrl" one Balboo 1496. 6'lSouth "A"'St. Station, Rodman. Telephone -- + oR U" .elepeo .. ... ... ..... ___or_____o____ _-__0. '_eoo_ .a o _.r. a"--i-
' fiIndustries 111 which the teer 8-9 e m Taephone Balboa n 47. The word "3-10.f0 to defl1ed f4fyia. .9o Cip&rti*
of FORk -Lu- ---Mercry 4Doo-n- .--_ -- --_-_ _,FOR RENT: Furnishe-id- toom w ri th .A aiu t .
wo are on dut- y durm, the M r-me:--, eun Buy S2lco mame. Di.taff h...' been FU ear by an par- ""i . S .r.S d .. + '...
SpKOUNAL Sedan. Radio. 8 tires. Duty paid. BABY ORCHIDS. Corsages, bouquets balcny, t 2 1 ge"ntln'v, G"U- REs o ':
.I..hape .. Reale argain..oneIae I elirere q_ anywh e lleUn ited S.l' ,entr. n..Joe Co .Gabdr in pra s b C o
."rsuD. BARB JR., H. ..-Cor,3079. adblso Canal Zone and-c Panma Avenue No. -2, first floor.i B e a o....
flVe Adjustment of a the Bodym--O : 1c Potted plants and decorative e praas. FOR RENT: g Furnahed room ViaT rs'
"" 75b Catedl/ l Estudiv a nt, SALE M -, Telephephon rchid Gode.ns, Pan .il- E spaia. House Vi arolynl At w n o
,. phon e .e 2.5 l159 .8 .o D. nt,, M e Arc C.h. a .3-0771. Cristobal 101C3.,o (3o houe's befor ce Track-,
t I m. By appointm.o.h snocksd gas Ntans, J ul n. oel.- F oR S n r-l ..e r".n. ictric s ewing..;.:.. .... N ,--
aaio a n .a . .e o t.he lbia 7 d5a. at ma ne, r portable, never used, 1 t t
Metaltnliay m n o &I hnfr a eT w eo- T Thep6lthlAlyi r tkiatlli 11l
~klAd Iniiucl01 dan;'+ydramatic, duty void, 4 or book case, $25.00. etal ox- TTENTION TEENAGERS! BollroOM DUN N.+sa..C, Aveil0Me Here :,,,,, o us,,,o, ,+; _I=__;a ..,
rh r.. e t nf w tr e C ra diQo. C engin isoe tov uder S C hhaul-, ao o ,o
P ly Mr. Brady, Rooseveldr Hotel 10 3e house pTto. 2 p m 9
_amondayNO V:cycle.d h Cpheoo3H. Wi.aOu Hrt &ry Dunn.. YCA uWith USArmy i. he
PocP.r250.at0.n1a5..mroa.estinghou moorbe. 2W5ail11Tr d Januar m5. $ eng, va ta L -
B.Williamson Place. 06l a 2:
etU Instructors 'elao n bin U.S IV ..a, a t t A ii tCVCrdtOCuotraes B ate r. .,.. 1
'to w a m o ra l an d ttar bseri G, ,-WANre d AMlY0 D ihllt-la"le s o- ne-r wfkbOe a 0p-nd IO -
1 o will be held Monday be- !.'...11 ...... WANTED- Navigation Company re- .Whi-ITop A'--dCurundu.taoef eni'mttai e~= 1:
elnltrotne eat d ros the 1Ta- -O,8, quires bi-hnguol male employee r6alnOneala 1 0 ,_ C d a officerr witI a The--.' aiino"ee t 't ._, ."
iZone Red C -ossanaouWct ANTEDodTOBUY:- Used-t re%. about 30 with dock and office ex- IInIgl"ppo on itUnm. secO*d elm f t'ee' Commuzl- that all other tors''r
Sdin, ft was annolnced 1.y smooth Suitable for reconditioning parience. No use to apply w thouttl t r45 m On inthavalw ter 00at r
t.Red Cross headquarters. Reconsrucora Naconal S. A. No I specific knowledge of steamship Mounting interest In the local Mart of the Navy U lJ1- _. de p. U 0. as 0I'
w' Peru A~enue Telephone 2-0406 work and without references. Write Operation Distaff has recentlyA md. li
411? residents Of these areastI Paama. a obox 5062. Cstobal. C. Z become evident In milta and was e11cdte as'the 1952 winner aboard .. fM0 The',VA V.n )I
Uttores cert tiicetesIhta vet, eTD. or "",threebrOrN S N.trcdf cl teUiation of linsum, Ulu Au IM @Ad 65thuiR('s=l ",.,
asked to attend the meet- house or apartment. unfurnished iI. _,r reec ne -iStat es.
whichh is expected to be in- 'eePhone 3-1984 ed. Paiambsica S. A. No. 4. Call@1hsfa-thactityowuthe 9A S tlated 7tfulethmad- rece other .naly8 1 8et- Th o.
WAND -- ,Piano, good playing TheWASSalsot n l9 s f1rst meet- 1IA( %040 'The IA ae c~ to aie. Current been 4d"Uftt 11 a'helldav 'O. .
.,tmeetlnRfhmoill-avePtho-e o.diti"n.Ingoofthe EPecutiveCooncGofusnaam.athe Ado Cooperation g .e*. r s.4 to $284 mel .
a, st the opportunity to meet 5366 -th mLe Panama Area-wide Distaff of A s and-tte Ford Mot0f a nd 'a m ter
new Chairman of the Firs, W A-N'ED1-- wo-or-thr e bedroom JL. Councils. which took DPlise re- Cot andl* t~e Fhonord otQ l r'rw"o a .th antuen y
C omm~ttee. JiGmes E Oree. hport' ntune urnISlhed. Telephone ReI Estate Centy ot A. ado. r ble nt oo time tis athe-.'. l1
the wanll bepandmontr30io19 YCt. oigner. .. ears aid. Ara- ty-month mortgage Oill buy twofcii- om e r have Ono e1; Os. ,. 1.:
of the Nell5..s arm lift-back hO e .h North Amer on f Sar Clara Beach. Tel. B Iboa 2- served "thei r t ermseOfrioth e fd in c -0.12 ... --0l'
iW irure method of artiilcial ,I Speaks Erglish and orher Ion- 3050. were,....th"theT_'A-..Was founded In
She method of first Sute Wrieto N. Ha, in "vuMah iabdfrwlo pMtion s ytei tveY .
I struction. Ar General De.er,,Panom n th Countr. A complete Para- ladies present, &nD
memet also laffor WANTED ---duel situaed in BLUE MOUNTAIN part played by the TD-imsmR09Itoumbwamis ci -
....t. ,.ill --In good ODerar,,.e can- with every kind of comforts: Elec- minute n4 In G ve
eoportufniY to have s i stfruc- -ti aon .em, ii c if,, the generlr D1 on1"f'l50- s
ScertIfcte" rev. alidatd far 5i-Tran, 3.000 tric light, water and swimming picture was accurate and O of. 500LV, leain ei
Ohsea with certificates that have' G01c-1 ni-e COOOC ,,5 Tel. 2- Pool Tel. 3-3539. 2 tol6 p. m ficially dslse.e t aokaenase
U.Z~i'e+. 'anma __ -- ALO u .t-i wo -2 h-um.es" wt-y Opreation Distaff Is a drive tov e r ltif nt,. aRich year r Intl ootl..
Paitillo. Tel. 3-3539. 2 to 6 p. m. the effiela wp dister oaveo Ienl ent asen C-=_
,+ dholic Fasting _Help- forWoused,_ o At sacrifice for quick sale. Beautiful control volunteer acti ires [RIne.o ndlng e
(Conlod from rage1) W D idr eo plot of 40 acres, near post office, the Canal Zone, With the Corn- Ird mre effective it0W 1,,-ia
El Voa cAn. Owner leovinq Isthmus 'm unity %a,.foclp ,1 oit n'ex" ploys"suggesti ates.
Industries i which thlt. 5eal 8-9 a 47 Telephone Balboa 3147. T-eIs'e"ue
h awhica t hned by V .0III A7a1i111t t.
F "DAM '
....A...A.. .. A N ~1~~4 DAML NEWISAPER 4PA
ns.... mi l. -, g . ,g \-
N o PC OrgEalzIon Has 55 obsi
A total of 55 Jobs are now gineer Jobs are with the Dred.
open in the Cana organization in and Locks Divisions.
for qualified applicants, accord- The positions listed ay1b1
__0 ing to a transfer-vacancy bil- filled by the transfer of
SChm am kasr lL in elcone XWe anld dw 11600 letin just issued by the Per- employee in the Canal areg i
bis sImis GCgI Rp~ubje o f At..m~i ~J sonnel Burpau. Most of the jobs who can qualify under the re-
" -.a 7 a t i "M I rtei J tmem.n fe, U F0 11011 are in the craft group. quirements for each p s
e w t .... ..'_sir d m ,a. svalIes~Several of the postio
"^ Wae mll g, W'ly Tl 9r ls Eight positions were listed in are subject to Cvi sv rv-i
8_ia' b*?m an lbs ipmas isime AaTlim le kia gthe classified and related group quirement.
i5601w sFMJP. hs b s wSnp end eia Curc s as being presently available.
~' w astor' ge, esN em -Se-to ae lgrti s bor They Include: Cash accounting .
i....... a am.. a l ad OWwt, A Ass clerk in the Commissary Divi-
ts. h,* 'oiser Ii wwI Amyr up 1.. ai t sion; clerk-typist. PFnance Bu-
r.....e... A.. aiuE IN L reauD Clerk.-typDst. Storehouse
Y. u u...,,, Ihm ssab I om ad aMhep ms wa iske d s em bW ... Division: mechanical engineer,
7:.. h aa Iei.t l.er W I Con a Engineering Division: fiLe le lrk.'
IsW asdB S ilday'k SlA.mipom14eN L Administrative Branch; fir e-i
I,.W01 1L0 ........ -.= =-- man. Fire Division; government-
n.fta OMPASeS U ula 1 OUD al accountant, Finance Bureau; I
-LIM -- .0. .a im 5. a. and a translator constable, In
Salvi on A y Balboa Magistrate's Court. -
to gI" C.* o n# C ubur boa (N on e me ans a l e nal e v angell ad a ustun.
ib ur (NaDme mluaa ms who Of the 47 Jobs listed in the -
~ M.Au rA ccu C craft group. 12 are temporary
'* l i, tMla and U-M. rMcDold NEA Telephoto) positions, these being machinists Women don't like too dmt ktlr
'am hlg "'"' CHURCHILL BOLIDAY Mrs. Winston Churchill (right), wife for the Pacific Locks. Other re ,at-they ore just short f
*^J n j. a0 eont le:@ ^ actin M. f1: u Si* of Britain's Prime Minister, leaves New York with her daughter, positions listed include the fol- te
S..... .... ,:.:.... .arah Churchill Beauchamp. for their vacation residence in Ja- ling: Mahnist and wir n
7= s#A CHURC malca. They spent their first days visiting Bernard Baruch lock operators; ioatln crane
fW li FirstLim a] Colville rl two riggers for temporary work 1i11 Buick -loeor ed
:. idigNoIn p asW S before leaving for the British West Indies.a
[i -1, Cll,., ,ss n.m NMatrorhet To.at the Pacific Locks; a wiremen with I gend tira .
u sae Wl.a m. .^^- : j,-M..S-. IN HOLLY WOOD mn to be- ,:--T
:0iage. ,d rbuead and a powerhouse operator in lthr t over
i0 i e as a N the Electrical Division: a fire- PL at
STAKE L BY ERSKINE JOHNSON man In the Dredging Division; SMOOT HUNNICUT .
a Metele Mea Ka.sa Ch>, NEA Staff Correspondent an Inside machinist at e 1h. C l A.
MeYi L T w 81 ,NS. Master f --->.-
SB a. - e o g dustrial Bureau. The steam en-
am. t-t HOLLYWOOD fNEA) Be- scimitar opera since 'The Shang-
S". , ::: a : ........ s a hind the Screen: Victor Mature hal Gesture' in 1941. In those
VOL 90 .......
i. At AiafSEidi...... a8.m doesn't know how the rumor days he was tagged as Holly-
CENTRAL sun ..........3.. s:0 m germinated, but he's denying wood's "beautiful hunk of man"
S1 s C. easm at... ............ a .m that he's bored with his career but it's been a coon's age since
omm. adol e as i......... 92 .m as a movie profile king or has Vie's heard the term.
s m ura t ^ Aon eerB "S 5' any notion about quitting the o"I was able to shuck it off in
.! i ..ki...i *A Jasl a. mee-s a. eBm so~ aund stages. Big-shoulderod Vie the service," he says. "I came out
... MC *4A" c'. L LaO l Bs three more years ta go on after five years with a good rec-
.. .. I2 IJ7"m CpiS al"x au4S r, hiis Fox contract and quips: ord and was accepted as a real
lBa t-.3 P UiD m#l"a Why would I want to leave guy."
amsex "y111 1111112 a.n.St. .......S:60 a.5 p etures, anyhow? It's the big-
s, Ms174 ib trusais g6hrt t ekeIt in the world. get a If the Crosbys could work it.
.tY.Aow sit9 II d r. beas the end of every year a out, so can be the Whitings!
WIWIV blm s:a30P . oe that drives everybody at Younger sister Barbara turns FAT rumnrrae s =vICe sw iM
S'.o-i CaalI' C.~~r~Cm p the studio ersy when it's men- singer in MOM's "Dangerous I3, A, D NOmANo* e SOUTa PACIFIC cowrs
Ga L. DIle P t I od ti n print. Nope, 1l stick When Wet," but Margaret Whit- (A Llnitd Rumber of Pae.age Urlt)
S1aSR. S R.L. !e. e. o. ode. TSl...g..... to acting. If the puble hasn't ing doesn't have to worry be-
'.. .jt -: o "Iid"' ... . V" v ----- 'I* -- caugh...t up with me yet, why cause--
Sm..,,,, .1.S.S ,- a ''WI." Ver "' Ini TCh i rid C ti his Sentlst should IA retire?" "Because I'm trying to singas TO
....o. ...... A W rVs -starring-OwISM a "ri unlike her asi possible," Barbara
......... .. C im 66 .--aV's co-starring with Marl said. ,"There could be a similar- rO CENTRALt AMXRCAA W T COAST uAL:
..... "i. s Blan chae r at U-I in "Prince of ity, but I try to go the other way. M.S. W hinton .......................
.e ... a"'iAi a.g AeL Bagdad," his first turban-and- I haven't let Margaret coach me,
f DALS W.... .. either. I don't want it aid that do ASS, S a"KNc ta" JRI nth NWXRto o .sv
S~ I ing like her. S.S. Lberte ...................................
00. s a m.. viw a1t ........ .... o M IC The most-junior Whi-ting
15:.... ..40li L a" started off her film career like a PAk%. N4: :vc m CAGa rP
lit 7 wIM. ,!0 Nol.1:e40 am.. I0s .n Roman candle in Fox's "Junior .........................January a
rM. a a rWue116- Sm 40. .Seri d bo l ese.Miss" in 1945 then sputtered out ,
r, .. se a. .f.edr .s m until Ida Lupino gave her a Weekly Ft Cargo See twe crstl, asa West Ce.t
IA :Il efm small role in "Beware, My Love- P"s of 1.0 a4n d c1ad1.C
S me. .. soAlW 4 e t bo e t ly." Now Barbara's all smiles a-
@UaUK VA' CIW ptrtncr col sAM C0%Cetrc" bout her role In "Dangerous -*-1i611110T-LAD..-. Ioe.s-a
SLLf a. .ie a Thus Wl By OSWALD JA(aOBY When Wet" "It's the biggest Pm: LaWO N A DmO -a a
S. 'written fi MA a service break a girl could have." Tel. fam 1 -- t-
# NORTH, o
toa s 5m ft 2l" ` It happened with JmoiY CaI-1h& su t i
gas a hney andeEdward 0. Robifnson in e l
S 4 6AX6 years past, and now Warner INCOvaRPOaDm Bo RO!AL CmyT I
cA 0 T EA8T (D) Bros. are hoping it will happen
.BiH *AQJ g10765:4 8:with Frank Lovejoy. il MW --Ld
4.1 u1.s A Q40 4 108 T Frank, who showed he had the FAST FREIHIT AND PASSENGER SERVICES
0-1---. at..S1,i No-ne e Q10 18 5 43stardom stuff as a tough guy in
w'.L I Was bPi Communist for the' BETWEEN EUROPE AND WEST COAST
and .. aM ..l. 4 2%42&l9das Vs -PA-. 44l aa/f FBIt"is carryin'the star burden OF SOUTH AMERICA
S(j*-a uAQr? in "The System after a series of M I
03653 nothngf-to-shout- r 0 1 s TO ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE
5ML OJm bwv Udr u mu. 472 and is saying:
96s s. W hrth sides vul. "I'll do the best I can. Star- o M.. "SAUTAN ..D." ....................... 7th
SpaM a .V. "IrA aLeL PACIFICO" ................Ia. .Lnd
t W. eRwNe e11C 10.1l"tke t9hee- p. Wedwdow's a territory th pre' ve S.S. "Cuzco" ...................an.
SP. is d 2 op M e ret eat frno e st like the ................................
S. Pa s 4a Double bows you dOn't derve, you get: TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA,
no.8 'tt in shaen- thoule didn't kictk n'tp a fussi
"awl" Cate ldJ Openinge-- lesh d- h Av about renyco-starring with Tony Me
-... eB'"_ ..h oam of h.....n' i. Curtils in "The Golden Blade"hat do TO UNIT ED KINGDO D I cE
.. ..e.pnh or atero -i -- r t or the ors with her in Tony's place. ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD./HOLLAND AMERICA LINE
poetThr.snumrefrePouted Piper:Idne never knew
Pas..P ans rPonthH Aso ofes Toy wa being considered for TO N ANORTH PACIFIC PORTS
"' t ~' I m t o ______________ ot course. You must always take the picture. It was my tmpres-, S.S. "LOCH AVON" ........................Jan. 12th
int consideration exact who sian about a year ago that it was: M.V. "DALERDYK"..Jan. 17th
'"_ . .wro n o o t e -n ........ VD O. ... ......... ......
S -N... m p eo sre I havebou n't seen Tony wormono ths
.th tods hand was play- I have nothing against him ano
d 1ei nd hae eB t tournament, don't tink he has anything K I
li e andhot' double of fou le against me d onS.S. "DIMERD "..................... Jan.th
d ke the "As for anet Leh, 'm MV. DRA"............................ Jan.
Npin.yourp........... : horod have oerd friendly with her. I think she's._ETDlL
1.oot m it prax ly ea beautiful and clever girl. e
Se are saying or thinking. If IPACIFC STEAM 1 AIeG ATION CO.. Crstb Tel. 165415/
.s.-o o" to ru out of the re- ahey insst on creating a feud, O CE IPANAMA-Ave. porj g,. Tel. 2-1?5/3
.nm.... ........ doubled contra. He mIt s- e s, there's nothing firteai EA-T Iut. Teel Iu5t
"Sym, im a m'" .............. iss y v discovered that his can dar"
.......atn eer could surely det tour a
u...... ty at all of making five HE'S SETTLING DOWN
U.ImI mad dash to five hearts aswhen theater were adver-
MISafaoof curse. ao the odccakaen absencte of I yas tofMick GeS.S."LCHe................
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4.. m ruffin in his own strictly as an aetor from now S S.. "ALEVERS BID".......................... . 5
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am,.,.,rn nasy 4.1W45 ait 51:45 .wp have been happy to landed in two serials "King of ofl.am iof, he and Gen ar
wa.m. NoXaroN.Mt raick Swa. the Congo" and "Black wk"
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THB PANAMA AMERICAN AN U1P S
Sam Cables Acceptance,
To Arrive Here Tuesday
Almost simultaneous with the announcement
Ihat the greatest of them all-Slammin' Sam Stead-
.as accepted terms and will arrive here Tuesday, the
Annual Panama Open Tournament fever started
"mounting today with the preparations for the Cen-
tral American Inter-Club matches.
The flag raising inauguration ceremonies for
bthe Inter-Club play were set for this afternoon and
the 72-hole battling will get under way tomorrow
morning at the Panama Golf Club.
The return of Snead to local are El Salvador, Costa Rica and
tournament competition (he fin- Nicaragua.
Wished second to Argentina's Rob-I Honduras, which also competes
erto de Vicenzo last year) seem- in the club play ordinarily, was
*e almost certain since Wednes- unable to send a team this year.
di* when the Tournament Corn- The clubs will battle 27 holes
nifttee members voted to defray tomorrow and Monday and wind
all expenses but it wasn't until up with 18 holes on Tuesday.
;late yesterday afternoon that Rosters of the visiting teams
4,nead cabled his acceptance, were not available this morning
He will arrive on Tuesday along but the Panama club lined up as
with eight other pros from the follows:
States. Doc Mitten, Chicho de la Guar-
dia. Dicky Arias, Rey Valdes, Re-
For the Inter-Club play some ne Estripeaut. Nene Arias, Gab-
60 visitors from four countries riel Galindo, and Lou Martinz.
will be entertained at the club Subs are Doc Gerrans and Maury
tonight following the flag rals- Muller.
ing and prior to tomorrow's The Open tourne y starts
matches. Thursday morning, with Presi-
Guatemala's contingent will be dent Remon taking part in the
out to retain the trophy won last inauguration ceremonies, and
y ear from Panama. the winner the golf clinic-a real favorite
he three previous years. with the fans-is set for that
Other countries taking part afternoon.
Get Your Tickets Now!
Here's where to get that big bargain, the $3 ticket
that entitles you to witness the entire proceedings of the
gala 1953 Panama Open Golf Championship:
Dick Dehlinger, Agenelas Dehlinger, Automobile Row.
Angus Matheney, Auto Service.
Pieo Diaz, Braniff.
Brack Battler, Civa, Automobile Row.
Bill Schmitt, Balboa Chase Bank.
Chuck Howell, Panama Dispatch, Tivoll Ave.
Bill Byrd, Panagra.
Red Smith, Persons Travel Bureau.
Camilo Porras, Porys' Jewelry Store.
Lionel Moses, of Maduro, Moses & Remington.
Dr. J. V. FERNANDEZ USUBILLAGA
.,-- VETERINARY SURGEON -
Advises his clients that he will be at their
- service at his new clinic at No. 48 East
. 50th St. Phone 3-1902.
. JOHNNIE WALKER
Fine Old Scotch Whisky
joba Walmer & Sons Ltd., Scotch Whisky Distillers, Kilnmrnock
l I I
\amuel Smug !
- unBags t marn. true.
he wore be, yoe miM be te-I
a -HI always fled good buy.
lret Is to adveuCalll
Pacific Softball 'Nicest G In G4me' One Of
TEAM- Won Lost Pet.:
Firemen's Insurance 3 0 1.00M
Elks ........ ..2 0 1.-O
Baxter's .. .. 1 2 .333
CAA .......... 1 2 .332'
Pan Liquido.... .. 3 .0
Firemen's Insurance 4. Baxter's 0
NEXT WEEK'S SCHEDULE
Monday: Elks vs. Baxter's.
Tuesday: CAA vs. Pan Liquldo.
Wednesday: Elks vs. Firemen's:
Thursday: CAA vs. Baxter's.
Friday: Pan Liquido vs. Fire-
Don Bowen's Firemen's Insur-
ancemen marked up their third
successive victory Friday when
they shut out Baxter's transport-
ers 4 to 0.
Lou Hilzinger (3-0) toeing the
rubber for the Insurance team
gave up only two base hits. one
a clean single to left field by
Woodruff and the other a shady
single to LeVee in the seventh
when shortstop DeLaMater took
a couple of extra wind-ups be-
fore throwing the ball to first.
Al Miller (1-1) was charged
with the loss and gave up six
Firemen's Insurance scored two
runs in the third when McArthur
.reached first on a base on balls,
went to second when Angermul-
ler was out on an illegally bat-
ted ball and scored when Hilz-
inger sent a long fly over the
center fielder's head for a four-
sacker. The other two tallies for
the Insurance nine came in the
fourth frame on a single by De-
LaMater and Smith. a sacrifice
by McArthur and a single by An-
Pescod (FI) Is leading the
league at the plate-8 hits for 9
The box score:
FIREMEN- AB H t
McArthur. If ........ 1 0 1
Angermuller, 2b .... .. 3 1 0
Hilzinger, p ...... ..3 1 1
Jones. L.. cf.. ...... 2 0
Pescod, 3b.. ........ 1 1 0
Dunn, c............ 3 1 0
DeLaMater, as ...... 3 1 1
Smith, lb . .... 3 1 1
Conover. rf .. ...... 3 0 0
Totals............ 22 6 4
BAXTER'S- AB H R
Cc-rea, 3b. ........ 4 0 0
Lawyer, rf.........2 0 0
Medinger. If-as.. .: 2 0 0
Woodruff, as-c .. .. .. 1 0
.ern, b .... 0 0
Newhouse, cf .. . 2 0 0
Nichols. .. .... 1 0 0
LeVee, If..... ... .' 1 1 0
Miller, p .. .. .. .... 1 0 0
Cox, 2b. .......... 2 0 0
Totals .... ..2.. 1 2 0
Score By Innings
Firemen 002200 0-4
Baxter's 0 0 0 0 0 0 0-0
By .BEANS BEARDON
24 Years in National League
Written for NEA Service
Question: What championship
did Lew Tendler, the old l.tht-
weight, ever hold? Bill Bai-
Q. What Is Warren Mehr-'
tens, one of the better Jockeys
of his day, now doing? Parry
A. Mehrtens will be at lia-
leah this Winter officiating as
a patrol Judge.
Q. What was Easy Ed Mac-
auley's all-time scoring -high
for a season in college?-Roy
A. Macauley, former St. Louis
University star, now of the B.s-
ton Celties, established a re d
high of 4"4 points, a four-year
totk[ of 1403,
Q. The batter fouls the ball
down the first base line. The
pitcher throws his glove at the
ball and hits it. Can the um-
pire take any action against
the pitcher for throwing his
In the case of a fair ball?-Joe
A. This came up, July 2/, 147,
when Fred Sanford e the
Browns threw his glove at a
a foul ball and hit it. Cal ub-
bard rave the batter thre6 ba-
ses. The .rule, 7.05, stIll d
not stipulate that the batted
ball must be fair at the time
the glove strikes It.
Q. Has any player still active
in the big leagues been able to
hit a home run in every park
In the mjots? Bob Ruth-
A. Johnly Mise of the Tan.
kew has the trick all to him.
Q. When was the first fbot-
bal game ed in the present
ade MB l? Mat.-
A. So then Calfornla do-
Titles JoWny Palmer Holds '
S -- "PAGINc LEAGUE r '
t -Johnny Palmer, winner of the L -osGS S: *
G Canadian Open tournament this ..... Won Lost
te ntly top money winners In rolf, .....I o 't
is amonr the nine invaders from *......... 0 I
GA.LL[,Y'm UgE the U.S. who will be ahodting for SA9ola Life .. ..., .. 1 s.
The Gallery League swUnnto action again after two weeks big slice of the melon next ** .... .
vacation. The Cristobal Instouctors cmne-ak satropg to defeat week -s 5,000 Panama & Atour- W& .. 0k, St
the Navy team 1101 to 987. Inst ucto have dropped only nament., EST RESULT Crawford b..
one match during the let half and have an excellent chance f Palmer.in addition to hplay- YSeRilAY'S RESULT Crafoon. lb ....
coming out on top iftue they keepZVY.ng laurel also bears quean-etAle4..Cotto It.. 0 arl
Lepley. of the Instructo d into one of the hot- oter dstincon: Nicest uy n .. 0
test shops in the league. You you squirt. had better watchurnament 8the. a .
your shots. NV Harvey RaYnor was d'The sars aBos.l.....
V some of the headaches o f9W s.t rday after-
St. f hgh tomotheting his brood 'of 0 oon "e -- .
Davis, G.. .............. 2 78 48 218 johnny walked by. -Ai on t. OA
Jackson. .......... 82 87 71 240 240 The. off to a two- ...'
Boatman, R. H .......... 90 87 50 227 227 run l0 e-t thinning with. .. .. 0
Toms, G. E. .............. 95 90 81 266 266 ~ e@' two-bagger be. .. 1 70
Harris, W. J ............ 89 73 41 208 0 bow ofthe innJnx. era .,V "2
Tower, M. B. ............. 98 84 72 254 254 thes9 +iH ;. ..' f'
Tgtat5high.saeo .,....... d987tiean- to the-plate W.. of-p 8 i
CRISTOBAJ, INSTRUCTORS fuhiagh t-W.8 0
Prone sitting stad total totals h 1a i E tl 1 .1
Noel Gibson, Jr ...... 97 99 72 '268 28 68 fI~ in th sixth. '-
Noel E. Gibson, S ..... 100 93 .. 20 9 2 69 atrtsed on. d...... .....4l 4 t 18
John P. Lepley ... 100 99 19 292 292 2 frou'd':or.theo lo:rs and after,
Willam G.Binham..... :4 92 8 72 272 .r1t .two Innings BSore By Inning.
H. L. Smith 9........... 28 218 ui(l. controlna.
-aso.0. -1 Idd Cor n 8ta 0 14 012 1--itl- 4t
Mike Delgado8.8.. ...... h8231 was- v eTh e 2O20.0 ie (L 6- 8 3
Total 5 higiscore.... ..1... 1101 licweriwe rept u control t.
a tteredilt .iw t *ii trll n -
Atlantic Pony league
Opener Schedu edToday
The Atlantic Pony League will Chari~ ath, presldent of the
open its 1953 season h Coco 80- Margarita Recreational Asocia-
Uto at 4:30 p.m. when Buick takes tion and sponsor of M..A., unm-
on the entrant Motta. pire. Special guest wUll be David
It is planned as pro-game cer- Eberenz. Exalted Riler, BJP.O.E.,
emonles to have Capt. L. L, Ko- Cristobal.
epke, Commanding Officer of Co- The park at Coc ioito, thanks
co Solo Naval Sta lon throw out to the Navy, is in excellent con-
the first ball; Walter Hunnicutt edition. A fence has been recited
of Buick, catch; Albert Motta around te-%field and arand-
sponeor of Motta try to hit. and stand ba e poidel -otrthe
'53 Eamigs To Be .
-,- \ U" i ..lit
CHIMOAGO, Jan. 10
co GxuulF oneo the te e
Soxz's disappointments las* a t1 0 tb*
will be gIvep a pro I
tr for 1 .95 a ap T h ei
11 tndards ie could make een-ae boy
the same money he did last need you
"Chico's salary last year. was FA~ ^ usetta
Lane said. "yoI're not allowed to 5*5W s d a
nrve bonuses tor ay a rpoe fic oji s
number of hits and things like M l e at
"But you can y t for other Jark h WOods down,
things," Lane bon d Waxed. "th E e kY o'
as value to the tea. igh
Lane said that Ln from
report of Carras pla g p til revered li batting
In hisnativ *wi laU. a
shortstop will not be akg any "n eight games Carrasquel t
pav cuts. A un e more hits-in each inclu-
He sud that coa Lu r- 7 420-oot home run."
rin reported that Cieo had t. L said that the 24-year-old
13 to 15 pounds off hltrweib at ui "can still be a great
the end of last seas. and ascan be a great
ii,'s: 1:0 Y 2:45 4:40 -
a 6:. 9:10 p.m.
94Ad' onI v t e 1 v 4hw -
ftih t*.wcere was oneoz.
he playemof both tAmna -
D with some fine fielding
80t A:bie hand from
fst oto the ARMt Li
FrtewA. and =mn*. .
.'a- ~ i~
Raynor turned to his audience
and "so. W8, W u
the opinion t bir erld
1on the12, Pof was one a
bost eo aa
eenth Ca.olina pr f inL ;
d 512Jb ohnny a has avthee d
that ni,.e y don~at vwin M -
been one other Iat 8u9rgy
Ingy tournament .
In the seven-y r Period
IMd to 1952, P94Weson
eieht Platerfo ikvca inrd
.than 1e.le.d. I UT e ow
Money wit'on ,
2^12;2. Johny Uas avad
..Only six other VU-mA
Snead, Jdmmy Dim Q41
jonn l lpi *t hemt
19 sza ^^ --iagrtAi
susmr v... -en#cer sy
A = M t IUNIVV A
I _~_ I i_ ~___ .
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1. 1 f I
+- .'. &
Ends- Grid Season
__ __ __ __ __ __1 "
E K40^w tow wmt "
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ran, -terb. uMs
-t a st i.ea u pe el. a rmn ttack.
Li&.& i It gTop Pw si ai busting
Whip Gflck 7-1
The Albrook Flyers defeated
Port Oulick 7 to 1 Thursday aft-
ernoon in an Armed Forces Bae-
ball Leaue contest played at
Fort Qulek. The game was post-
pon m Wedne due t a
practie alert at 0ui
Par thu Fner.it Vas their seo-
ond vlctory of the cenpameI and
leaves them tied with Specal
Troops. Coco Solo and the 504th
PA Battalion for firtt place in
the stanpdlI It was Fort .Oq-
lick's first game of the waa,
their first one bein poeoned
untif this Sunday when It was
rained out last Saturday.
Btaseeki limited the Gulek
nine to five hits and weakened
only'ln the fifth Inning when the
lone tally was scored agai t
him Ruls pitched scordeM bll
until the sixth inning when the
lyers took the lead with two
runs. They added a single couat-
er in the seventh and then' add-
ed four in the ninth to salt tlh
gam away. The four-run updise
ing was highlighted by a three-
run homer by BoettO. the Albrook
catcher. 8molka relieved Ruis bat
the leis was chalked up agalstn
SW 0 M 114-7 71
AT 11:00 P.M.
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NASH-WILLT8 TIESSEARS Seymour Agency team,.. ftB-
KEGLERS FOR CLASSIC rup of the latter
LEAGUE LEAD names of 100. e .
splendid 64L, foUo
The Nash-Willys keglers of the with 605 and Stephen-sw
laasic League ran their four- For Sears. Ted MAno
peopt win into a tie for the league fine 584, followed by -.I
lead at the Diablo Heilhts bowl- 580, but the team wa s
mi alleys, with both teams now withstand the h eh b ";
having a score of 42 point swon the opposing Seymour team...
and 22 lost.
The Nah-Willys team knocked The standings:
over the luckless PA.A. team by
eenspameI emorln. bavtnR tp- TEAM- W"e "
divldu ae of 971, 10M Seas .......... .. 42 3
nd 1 lO a trtal of 29i, Its Nash-Willys.. ...... 42 3
hiahst team score of the season. Seymour Agency .. .. 6
In scoring this high series. "Ju- P.AA.A. .... .... 18 46
nlo" Sayln tew strikes with
abandu on either ae of the The leading bowlers of the
headf hav end a league:
series, followed by arl Beet, who NAME and TEAM- Aven
gadmi2af 04, md for Baker (ear ......
638.1Ucht behind W&"aleAwith Malee (Nash) ...... 108i
592. Stephens (Seymour) .. ir 7
For the PFA. Fryers Wilber Cotey (Sears) .. .. .. 1-
led wh M, followed by Her- Meanon (beas) .... -
mann with 525. At no toe did
the Flye present any grat de- The scores of the matches:
gree of ompetitn to the Nash
team. dealte avemp bowlng by NASH-WIL1TS
the team. The Nash MM were
hotter than firecrackers their Marabella.. 203 177 1 8
quest for the leaue lead. and aylon . 227 1iM l 4
brooked no opposition. uebark .. 150 213 1 50I
Beut . .204 300 3
Meanwhile, the league-leading alee. . 179 215 188
Sears team took a three-to-one
point thrahn from the purging Totals. 971 1008 100
Santa Cruz Sports
TABLE TENNIS.-The "Atlaa"
Table Tnnis Club under the
leader of W.G. Hill (rel-
dent) wil en e the Santa Cr
"Democratic' Club, suoervled
Alberto .omero. In a az- man
tournament match ea Sunday at
2:00 pn.m. According to HRll. hti
club Ia zaklngitposlble to vLtt
all locals available for engage-
ment: to rinformanen please call
4-466 after 4:00 p.m.
BIuLLADS. a Rt. Pin-
son, champion the Ithus,
will give an ezhlbition' at 3:00
P.mA. at the Santae. G Club-
house. Loers of this fne art ,re
Invited. Pleaw be e time.
eleven of Santa Oa s taarje
with Nmgwue Malnp' "Los Cis-
new" of Pafama Socer League
lows: Noel Tmru.*luJ',
Sandolph Mea ZenU '
scheduled t t under way at
'1 3:15 Wnm. I
Morton. 173 1728i
Wilber 187 10 191
Damlan. .11 1 160
Andrews :11 In 147
Rermann. 190 143 2
Totals. ... 71 857 93i
Stepbens .. 14. 1i 2M
Jamlsea. . 11 IN
Bates .... 2 0 1M8 177
Uady .. . 170 IN 144
Borup . 130 210 242
Totals. .... 52 32 7
Melanson . 131 1S 1O0
Coffey .. 147 1 I N
Colbert. .. iM nl l91
Norris . 189 1 15
Daloer . S217 i 171
Totals. .. 56 045 mo
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Que Vadis" and equa* y peemtdr. .
for it eres a da e taselM ean
paantiy of de Ae of Rmmiet
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Karachi Quiet A D
After 3-Day, Am .....
2 O-Death Riots n au P
KARACHI, Jan. 0--(UP) "Let the people know the truth and the co try is safe" Abrabam Unehion.
ollce and soldiers continued
to patrol the streets today as TWENTY-EIGHTB YEAR. PANAMA, R. P., SATURDAY, JAN RAR 10, 1953 ."v ,'w l
-Karachi subsided into an un-
easy quiet after three days of
30. dead and 200 injured.
rioting which left an estimated a
The situation was almost nor-
ITl toiay, and the only in-Wrs Snows
ge'nt reported this morning
occurred when a crowd broke in-
ty destroying the stocks. Police
quickly dispersed the looters. Be A t Slbr
A curfew was ordered again .. I.o
tonight from 5 p.m. until 7 a.m.
tomorrow. CHICAGO, Jan. 10 -(UP)- and fatal heart seizures among however. "This will make the ski gust tiore off roofs and caved
Electric power, transportation shovelers and persons attempt- season," he said. In windw both on the residen-
Police enforced the curfew a n d communication systems ing to push their automobiles Meanwhile freak storms of tial islands and downtown. i
strictly last night and ar- were ripped out in large areas out of drifts. hurricane force battered Flor, Then, At 3 pm.. a similar store
rested numerous persons of the Atlantic seaboard today As usual, however, the nor'- da's swarming tourist centers struck West at the tip of
found on the streets after by winter's worst ice and easter was at its terrifying without warning. the Iio a hkin- down
the legal hour. There were no snow storm in five years. worst at sea where mountainous The resorts of Sarasota and trees t /a_ t n aeria10.
report of police firing on cur- waves and gale like winds Key West were heavily hit. Dam- A sea im.as toraloose from
few.breakers, however. And in rain-drenched north- made merely staying alive a age was placed at $1000,000 at uIs mA amo l d the wld
ern California two muddy, swpl- struggle. the west coast port of Barasota brought wl k nee de
Police also were carrying out len rivers threatened to s p ill Thirty-five miles east of No alone. A survey indicated total throughi'heitreet e th e slans
orders to prevent more than over their banks and flood fer- Man's Land Buoy off Cape Cod, damage would run,over $250,000. town.
four people gathering. tile Western farm lands. the fishing trawler Noreen with . The Op ul tly was bit
The mobs which Wednesday 11 men aboard radioed a dis- The guif-berap "tornadoes on a 0l ~1 b Y the
and Thursday vented their At least 25 persons were tress call to the Coast Guard. lashed at least si other com- .hootsJ oft IIO of l oe
spleen mostly by shouting and killed in accidents caused by mnanities as they barreled In- squall lIne. The, disturbance
throwing stones turned yester- freeing rain and snow in The cutter Spar battled lahd across the ppnhmla and crowed the state I. te east
day to ooting and arson as a New England and Eastern through the raging storm sent gales and delqgng rains coast and brought 40-mk l.winds
token of "mourning" for those states, from Bristol, R. I., took the to the east coast and -MiamI. an4 a.ttOical dwmnloUr.to Mia-
kied earlier. About 100 families were left disabled vessel in tow and be- The Red Cross rushed disaster ymL.
homeless by hurricane' force gan the slow Journey -to its workers into the saawberry belt ccompi by .the torrential
At least seven persons were winds in Florida. home port at New Bedford, near Plant City, east of Tampa rai"ts, lh gth d thn the
killed in sporadic clashes dur- Mass. and northeast of sarasota, where freakish sti w a e rea-
Ing the day, but there was Some 300 workers were en- Another vessel caught with the winds wrecked or damaged dences In Durant, T eg Creek,
comparatively little 1 a r g e- dangered in California when the engine trouble in churning 50 rural houses. .akel .d, Plant City nd, Cler-
ctale fighting. rain-choked American River Massachusetts bay was the Mrs. P. M. Pou, secretary of ma l ot.,In line running
smashed through a coffer dam, Norwegian tanker Glert Tor- the. Plant City chapter esti- norea"t from Sarksot.
One ominous note was a raid cascading a 40-foot wall of wa- geson. Three tugs brought the mated that 100 families we'fe left
on an arms shop in which ter downstream. No injuries tanker into more sheltered wa- without shelter as. the winds The. loeda steom wauu, al-
at least 300 weapons were were reported. ters for repairs. came off the Gult of Mexico in though U ftrued -M open
selsed by looters. ..At Logan Airport in Boston gusts up to 100 miles ap hour. water, ap are p*o aaso-
Driven by slashing winds, all planes were grounded when Seven persons were treated for oral ,iat .t- a"l ta tI -
Piolice officials immediately or. the snowfall brought life to a the instrument landing system bruises and shock and one two days had
4ered an all-out effort to re- virtual standstill in many por- broke down. farmer was reported to have suf- tornadoes 'n(ta
cdver the stolen guns.. tions of the region, then turned Most commuting trains were feared a broken leg. I A ".t .
Nothing was heard yesterday to mixed sleet and rain. late. 6i 1 8thB
1, the "student grievances" Only the main highways in The Massachusetts Heart Collie inson, a school bus eathert W. of
cWieh ostensibly inspired the the rural parts of the region Association Issued a special driver from Turkey Creek ntear Tam whiSh la r W o -"
eliler riots. were open and those were Ice- warning to persons "in the fat plant City, pd his Wife were ]M and. yt.
iThere were thousands of glazed and hazardous. 40's or over 50i" treated for sever'lacerations, tornaudt th e
students from the city's tempo- It said: "Drop that snow shovel Minson r e po rt ed that his squils on ,he l a : I
y closed colleges in the Virtually every school in before it drops you." house was heavily damaged apptaentl it a t 'he e n
atts yesterday, but in most Massachusetts was close d, Chief meteorologist Oscar and his bur, parked If the time
eases the riotous outbreaks ap- and automobiles, tracks .and Tenenhaum n of the Boston yard, was wrapped around a He said .no o&. noted the
tred to inspired by adult buses were stuck in drifts and weather bureau said it was the tree. funnesI of true tornadoes but
' pathizers" identified by ruts almost everywhere, worst storm since the winter of The storm struck Sarasota at a &oth ard a Ky Wdat re-
&eMe as hardened Communist The storm began to take it$ 1947-1948. dawn while most residents and cortdd he wl W
a tors. toll in highway, accidents, falls He found one bright spot in it tourists were still aleep. The il a .. .-h
The "anesa" aorm
Your Income Tax Primer Artidle 6 "W
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VONs'rMuCT FROM YOUP.
BUSINESS INCOME THE
COST OF&THINGS YuOJTAl'E
"9OME FOILI.OUR. OWM US5.
-By RICHARD A. MULLENS
NEA Income Tax Expert
Today millions of people
own bonds, stocks, and other
&06Vities and receive millions
A dollars as dividends or in-
Werest each year.
Most dividends and interest
*re taxable and have to be re-
ported as income. Some, how-
erer, are not taxed and do not
hvie to be reported.
This article tells what divi-
dfnds and interest are not tax-
et and how to report those
14t are. It also covers income
fitm a business or profession.
*V.ere are payments you may
reve as a stockholder which
I NOT have to be reported as
"A- return of capital invested
4'. the company. .
'Payments from earnings ac-
dkmulated prior to March .1,
Stock dividends or at oc k
rights which do not change the
S t o c k h o l d e r's proportionate
e in the corporation.
en a corporation makes
of the above distributions
S ts stockholders, it will gen-
.ifalUy include a statement
telling stockholders that the
d flbutiOns is non-taxable.
dividend payments are
o *ut of a corporation's
and must be reported
41come on line 3 of Form
or on Schedule A bf
1940. Additional informa-
I.is fond on page 6 of the
= 6l1l instrnetions.
1 taxable interest received
.u must be reported in
dole B or Form 1040 or
3 of Form 1040A. Most In-
er, if you own any
or securities issued by a
state, the interest on
not taxed. The interest
United Stites bonds
S priorto March 1, 1941,
EDITOR'S NOTE: Here's the PAPl?75 FOL.HiS AND "*PM
sixth of 14 articles in NEA's 12th NW lMGSTfi4Go0. e pce
annual Income Tax Primer pre- pread
pared, by Rich-. S, B.tJUST THE 3
ard A. Mullens, .i
top-notch Wah-,i WF tUt.eMst I nary .
Ington tax as-' TAXKJBLE trying
thorilty and Do
NEA s income from
tax expert. The own
primer Is de. !fort.
signed for .use Dedu
with the official profess
tax rule .pa-e a for a
phlet o showtendin
you, in the av If It
when o erage taxpayers c tm
t language ha o w e
Sinto arrive at the m
lowest correct tax with a mini. prl
mum of effort and maximum ofa eof
is wholly or partially tax-ex.. -Come,
enpt. If you have any you such le s
bonds, read the section underuse Schedule C to irfor n the o inCo
"Interest" on page 6 of the d- ome from a partnership Q. I
dfica in structions. t o ny payments received as an what
ft.c isru c, trons o.er ths A. e
You must report interest on nemploye. tO Aal
savings and deposit accounts Even though your are ano thel
when it Is credited to your ac-iploye, you may also oper- ta
count even though it has not ate a separate business on the of SeO
been entered in your b a n k side. In that case, report your TAB 1
book. Interest represented by a e ploy ter income on page I of Q i
ed in the year when the cou- income and expenses on Sched- much
pon is due and payable even ule C. A. 0C
though you don't clip and cash i If you have to use Schedule YOU Pal
It. C, read over the. information the ln
You can report the interest on page 7 of the official In- Q. I
on Defense, War and Savingst y structions under "Business or there 61
bonds in either of two ways. Profession.' Then refer to a Jfnt to
These are the bonds that pay copy of Schedule C as you
you $4 for every $3 you invest read the following helpful I I, 1n1
If they are held to maturity. tips.. The
First way: Ignore them until Line 1 calls for your total tusaly
you cash them. and then report receipts. This is la cogely a at-
as interest t e entire difference ter of keeping adequate ee-
between w t you get and what ortds throughout the year. If R
you paid, This is the easiest-way, you made any allowances for
Second way: Report the in. return Janed goods, rebates, or '1
terest each year as it' accrues he entory on s, t t suh am t
e amount of accrued inter- from your M1tal reee 8. s hef
Iome m a bus'nes or tntrctions teU how to fin r .
est can be determined from the nterng amount In lin .
table on the back of the bond. bl
It is the difference between If you produce, buy *r ml 14-
what you paid and what you mer handise, use llnes 2 to 10 a 1 I
Dec. 31, 1952. Subtract from c*st of the goods Sold.The 1me
this any Interest you reported portent ,thing In this comifo
returns, and report the rest amount of inventory Ot
this method, you cannot change at Jan. 1, 1M, on line 2,
without first getting perls-' the inventory on ha*nd atD
slon from your collector. 31, 195o oaIlne 8. The
Income fperm a business or 2st etlo tell how to fl gr
profession Is reported on a sep. inventory. -
arate Schedule C. whicli is Th e in problem
filed with Form 1040. Scheduleot Sol Ci
C also has a section to use if o snag b
you must pay the self.-employ u -one -
ment tax which went into el-pro vide .JlA-
fect Jan. 1, 1951. The next ar- aunt th is oOV !'
tide of the Primer winl teell 4 ...u.:
you how to fin out the section 1. I enae mq^tbe.
on self-employment tax. In yon trade, 9fr'
Only persons in businen by 2. Irpin_...
themselves should use Schedub a Cal" AIM
C. This means the mDn *Aw # YO0
owns his own shop or prac"Oit.Woul
a Profession by himself. Do W tN a V omS orbjg
4nsurs is not deduM ble
pt through deprecation
over the life f the pro-
e expense expense mut be ord-
and necessary In the car-
on of your business..
not deduct expenditures
your busua fr your
personal or famy co.
ucfions are allowed to
isonal and ldness mena
Xpenss Incse in at.
m busnessn ntfonL.
1 turns out Q your di.
en Income, y i
th a net l
ybu have a
hlah can he t
e in other v
[ais is 18 .-
have sameMO b=
tMre"t of A
dan ~o~w hit and had to auyC
toao~ e ~beaude of the flying
it*iest relIdential damage in
Mat& area was on ash-
-iUdo Islad and St. Ar-
aa t Keys.
ka- -the subur-
Mknfl -the5bof the
S squalls hit
a citrus center
a .few oani
* t eur-
For 7 Missing.
From Split Tanker
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