The Panama American

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Material Information

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

Subjects

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

Notes

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

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
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:01476

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n9t claim their non-A-m
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non-US-eltueu relatives,
cannot got tax ezempt
them.
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Labor Isa "purelv routefe,
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genem elpiul to other republics. tepec conference in 1W
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states price for South ANerian a relative lack
fte and copper have M the rather than orwuil
h In bitory, and p licies retiring president's PW
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.oreme of traelem, copper and that Truman end his a
mangamuse.- of state were fneasIn
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speelc problem or f in the cold war, which dM
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The Mail oa isn an open torum tefr oedea of The Peneme Amef-
s. Lettersn are received grateful and are handled in a whelly Msel
A dowetl muaner.
It yon contrabule a letter don't be Impatient It it doesn't appear the
-mat day Letters are puhlashed on the order received
a' Pise try to hkeep the lotten limited to dhe peop ae lo .
Identity of altt wfenrs as hold in silitest enfideseMe.
This newMpaepe ouumesm e respoMsibility fore tatemintm s n plleloa
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AIRMAN DOESN'T UNDERSTAND
aer Sir:
A short time ago you pi ted a letter which had many un-
* fIvorable comments about th' Albrook Air Police. I would like.
to ask a few questions concerning the unit.
Why can an Air Police officer drive a car on the base for a
month using dealers tags? Anyone else Is ordered off the base
Idler 24 hours if they are using dealers tags.
Why can an Air Police Sgt. get put in Jail on a very serious
.L e and get out of it by going to the States on leave till it
ws over? Anyone else would have been put in the guard-
ym and given a mental examination.
Why can an Air Police Sgt drive an old wreck of a car that
r aut pass inspection? All other cars have to pass a stiff
40ppection
-.... doubt that this will get in print as there is a hot rumor
tnat PIO has made a deal with the editor that no more critical
letters will come out.
have ask the above questions to find out If the regulations
Bre written for all to obev or if there is a chosen few that can
anything they please. Maybe someone in the Air Police can
t swer. I am sure that many people would like to know.
-Wondering.

WAGES AND RENTS
ar Sir:
Would Zonians be interested in this?
From: "SEAFARERS LOG" 12/26/52 Issue. This paper is the
facial organ of the Seafarers International Union, Atlantic and
ulf District.
"The NERB has ruled that the rent charged to enrployes liv-
g in company-owned houses are subject to union negotiations
can be considered part of "wages." The ruling was brought
when the AFL United Cement Lime and Gypsum Workers ac-
4 d the Lehigh Portland Cemeht Co. with refusing to bargain
ten the company jacked up the rents on its houses and refused
6ven discuss the matter with the Union."
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40 Followers 52 Legal point
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could shake the courtly
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honest national lal
could move in and lp -
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the smashing of at leat
of the national rt
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BY VICTOR 2S11EL

Harry S. Truman said only a
few weeks ago in a private con-.
versation that he would not have
appointed William O'Dwyer eoj.
voy to Mexico if he knew these
as much as he knows now about
that gay caballero who appears
to have developed such a die.
taste for the land which lifted
him from stevedore to ambat-
sador.
Mr. Truman revealed be Iew
little about the New YMMork M
when Bronx boss Ed Flynn am
to the White House with. thUe
suggestion that got Bil utiqu
of the border and away from
those pesty and persistent Dia-
trict Attorneys. .
The President asserted that
he relied on his Now York con-
tacts and admitted, asking Just
perfunctory questions withoMt
revealing that he. was about to
name Billy-Boy to the sixth Or
seventh most important Ameri-
can emtaissy in the world.
Had the President run Ilat
one of his old friends, a fellow
by the name of Mudy t ,ey
once counsel to an e
man Senate inveTlgaug
committee, he might have
learned even more to harass
him over that weird appaelt-
ment. Hailey might have re-
called the night peales of the
Kefauver committee ea Men-'
day, March U.. 1951.
Halley, then counsel to the
Senate Crim6 Committee, wua
questioning Longy Zwillman, a
denial ex-bootlegger, who ha a
lve and let liv philoso py.
Longy. even after acquiring
millions, is convinced that crime
doesn't pay-after a while. Not,
too long ago, for e 4m pl he
called in certain really power- ------
ful Eastern AFL leaders whoas
he had protected so long. and
told them they had his blesslags
and were on their own.
In the course of the question-
ing. Zwillman revealed that he
knew Bill O'Dwyer.
Then after, laughing off a re-
quest to answer whether it wts
true that he "had been known
in New Jersey for a long time WASWMO
as the Al Capone ot New Jer- mIld ay
r.my," Zwillman was hit with onth iu
this one by Seb. Charles Tobey: WUEld'Wf. Uke
"Are you conscious of the fact his aop,.
that Mayor O'Dwyer--or Ambs- This wpa i
sador O'Dwyer-went on the cept on .ne
stand the other day under oath Proidegt.le
and named you as one of the sal red neektie,
top criminals in New' York?" "Clean U'p-wl
Longy. denying he was such My man li
a mobster, then was asked president of
whether he was quesPoniufg Pa., and hee
O'Dwyer's judgment. that a lot ofI
,:. washig*tbei
"Well, he was a good pro* said. as a
Atentor, and if that was At
ease, why didn't hq take m
in at that imula t^i
was ready te bh eve
and he became mayor; w ad
didn't he take me la" ?of
Why didn't O'Dwyer bring In 4 "MIa
this man and the many othM a
against whom he so loudly a E
nounced he had so much e- no#At O
dence? r it v
That question has hung over sah m&
eevry recent crime probe-es- ortrit slp
specially on the waterfront. tC b1'-"
It's a brutal pity that there t*ri"that ft
hasn't arisen a clamor across aotnay l1n't
our Jand. All of us are mulote Mary regr
by these interlocking mobs. Yet vemter of thil
the country Ignores the New urged it out;
York crime probe as though it war, and tf
were Some local county budget merIcan end
A.iring. Kind of a dQ
For years now, through sevev He' was i
Investigations and th.; Kefauver before the"-e
hearings as well. mobsters have elesning up
'0tten on the stand and said with Adlal.
blandly that "ves. they knew"
such personalities as Little
Augle Pisano; the Moretti boys
of New Jerrsy: Lucky Luclano,
dope master of half world;
Bqgay Siegel. who moved Mur-
der, Inc.. to California and
Nevada; Tony Aceardo of Chica-
go: Frankle Costello of New
York: the Fisohetti brothers:
Meyer' Lansky. and even Al
Capone. This is a national net- t "ri M1'
work. tried to nsl
sage about I
The characters who knew mendatioung.
such characters keep weaving up to in0wC
In and out of O'Dwyer's career hai own prop
after he became Mayor and and what 1i
even Ambassador. And they What you I
all lead back to .thI New York budget, call
docks which feed tis land lion in the fl
and where we find a handful bare-bones,
of honest maritime labor leaU- government'I
ers now fighting alone to save The Inferal
their reputations and tbehr ly wanted t
unions. mended aW
Lest there be any confusion, did last yete
I don't refer here to AFL Long- A a sat
shoremen's chief Joe Ryan ad d
I ref.r to such men as the e budt
AFL Seafarers' grout) led b bou,
Paul Hall and enough atbtti t Li
Be too numerous to mentiof t .-
The other day they met be- t i
hind guarded doon and told off &
the Ryan m.m. They told thA
longshoremen's leaders in their bern
own language. In effect, oet
out before they ruin the labor
movement with the dirty kitnd f I
unonaism which will be eUta
more frightfully exposed toas N
For nine months, thE Betfer-
era, in coahtltion with honest
longshoremen, have fought fSr
the adoption of a ten.poI t e'
anti-racketeering program
to get brushed off by power i
national and regional chle lt'
the area. ft.


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yw nCom-elS' Fart.ite hapk.led a personnel were missing and
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,te party i n Th._whol _yOu what Ilion last night of two planes
a ...e I* wealed isn't taking part in maneuvers off
as called by in-aw. mother- a.
ta tar wit- Tho woman wo tries deeper- Crews of ships participating
ItonL who is atelyh to congWe'a real age In the taercisereportedslgiwSng
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te Mrsi Re- m eknowU E At t Royal NAVY crus Gambia. Its
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R ton her husband herselas a missing RAF twin-eginped
a consclen ter--never Valetta transport plane ne the
Jtfft asanegleetful site where the four-ongId
Lae t -ten The firt neigstoe to come to Lancaster bomber exploded.
call when you ainve into a new The transport wa believed to
the WnIuMn onu may be 'the most neigh- have been carrying 22. men. No
ki i m t- borly-but it may be she is just survivors were found. .
PMihblt "to the most curious.
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Thee phad emhmS
court laws weo needed t is.
tect the couts" -against --
on their Integrity.
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said: ":
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colle-huskle dogna d
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took time out from
with Mr. and Mrs. John
near's dog to munch on
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BY ERSKINE JOHNSON
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HOLLYWOOD i NEA i Be- Katsman's bid to sign for more
d the Screen I r listening derring-do operas.
people and taKing advice. If, "I wan' to be dramateec.'
come- out actual it's tie east- shapely Denise protested. "*So-
t thing I ever oid in my life." phees-ticate! Com-ald-ee! A-
Rosem..' vl o o n e Para- ny'ow. ees too dangalrous to do
uunt new wo0ndPer girl reac- stunts."
t to repoiL' isnat she will be *
A g aiiid potent as Cinerama If Gar.' Cooper. Joel McCrea
er the itlease of 'The Stars and John Wayne could be draft-
S Are Sincin' and Here Come ed out of hay-burners and turn-
he Oirl. ed into eye-burners with movie
Her new Paramount contract queens. so can tall, hulking Rod
allowing her to do TV but for- Cameron.
bidding uitside pictures would' Rod's pining to pick the cactus
mnake J. P. Morgan grin approv- thorns out of his rugged from:
ngly. but Rosle. as she's called, and get a whack at crushing'
wasn't too sure about Hollywood somebody 4ke Marilyn Monrc:
In tSe beginning. i to his heaving chest.
gawrremembered the radio and! "Not that I'm knocking west-
31 larks who'd been brought erns, they've been good to me."
Hollywood before her and he sighed. "But there are other
ended up in the files of the things..pnce you've been hi ac-
g Persons Bureau. tion pictures it's awful Bard tc
a I thought about Doris break away Your name come
nd ...ok a chance," she I up at a major studio for a goot
*The greatest thine that role and the- sal, 'Oh, he's tha'
happened in Hollvwood was cowboy.'"
She showed them what Rod's about to sign for a TV
done with a singer. I'm series titled "Detective" and Is
red to be compared with saying:
I think television will help me
S aa lot. I'll Fc, to wear a necktie
ving ioniovered as much of, for a change."
h lie anatomy as the censors, *
wil allow. Jeff Chandler is now
'about to bare his tonsUis NO MORE HEADLINES
There's t. recording contract
on the front burner for Jeff and John Agar. the handsome lad!
only an agreement on royalties once married to Shirley Temple.
atands bct-een the movie king is now 32 years old, examining
anrt a bid for vocal fame. :the first gray hair in his porm-
"'.e got a crazy voice-hiEh padour and hoping that produc-
ba' Lore, crooner type" Jeff ers will rtait thinking of him
o rided .n the -East of Suma- when scripts call for a "mature.
trE set. Sure. I want to do mu- settled-hero."
e, als on the screen Musicals'
Anywhere. ri that matter I hlid "I've turned down a lot of plc-
to, ~n down the part of Bat tures this last year." John said
f.Ml.son in thel road compan'v' on the set of "My Dad: J. R." "I
Sups and Doll-' I'd have want to dc' things that will help
,g'o in mll'ite if U-1 would tipc and establish me. because I
'oka'Ped it "' -".'- is business I want to be I
". In it 20 oi 30 years from now."
-4 .'ohn on his perfect-behavior
IKeRISKY. NYW.AY ronr-" "You'll never see me on
I ihp front es P'-ain: That's for
: ur-en .' 1 ara can ,sl.t"no r- sure I've earned my lesson."
,y--D-'nle Darc-I i In t golns I
'te h-' -competition as a lady The marriage of the Lionel
w 1,.-u-' 'Ir Hampton6 is wobbly and for the
l yiny 'tenise had her fling most eye-popping reason.
-- !'rrel Flvrn in 'ol''i-
'"IF'-me of Crlcutta"-"l'm Then there's the Irma-brained
,, --V '-I i -1rc n tr'riet \v. o was invited to see
m s."**, .t ''* "I- '"Bwana Devil." the three-di-
'**?* -. v i '"o"-' Iark of :nensional olcture., and aeplled:
rl I're hrpnik. 'h. Den;P.' "Oh. let's wee something else.
We end of you." Next dayv I'm so sick of those triangle plc-
mrne do'. n Producer Sam tures."


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ea d to the Moscow reft.aed to eonsidrZ Iron-
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Neton ffuad and reducKng earned force of
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The regular annual meeting of the stookieMuar'.
of the PANAMA AMERICAN PRESS, INC., Wl be
held at the office of the Company in Its butWIN
No. 57 "H" Street, PanamA City, Repubie of
PanamA on Monday, January 19, 1953 at 2 p.m.
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Leave your Ad with one of our Agents or our offices In No. 57 "H" Street" Panama

No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col.n


Lewis Service
No. 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 3-Wl. and


Morrison's
ptourth of July Ave.-Phone 2-0441


Sal6a de Belieza Americauo
No. 65 West 12th Street


Crlton Drou Store
10.069 MUMlda* Ave-Plmone I Colo


Propaganda, S.A.
Agenda Internadcoqal de PubUcacione .i" street eIner tda ite at.
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FOR SALE
Household _
O SALE:--WesliInghouse refriger-
ator, 9 ft. porcelain inside and out-
.side, $150.00 cash. Phone 2-
3032. Balboa
OR SAL:-Singer seng ma .
prble with case and table.
uble bed with mattress. Dresser
with new mirror. Chest of draw-
ers. Metal table Two burner gas
stove. No. 151 Central Ave-
nusr Apartment 11I. afternoons.





furniture. Din.ngroom, livingrOom
bedroom furnishings House R-17P
Novy 3511.f
OR SALE.Venetoan blInds, com-
plte set for type 112 quarters
Houe 822-X. Croton Street. Bal-
boo. After 5 00 P. M Phone 2-

OR ALE-- 5 piece Rattan living-
rooNr furniture, 8 cubic toot, Phil-
co *ieepfreezc, Maytag waghing
machine, All.State Scooter; oil ,1
fir C claso condition. Phone Albrook
32jp. quarters 104-B. _____
' ALE: I mahogany double
had? Hollywood style. 5611-A.


ILE ;....Hand carved Chinese
( cabinet and Zenith com-
ion. radio and record player.
3 ds, 3in bland cabinet, floor
Almost new. 49th St. No.
Mjt21,' lelta Vista.
kLE:-Entire household used
Pre, good condition. Cowes
Sx Piece mahogany dinlngroom
dinnette, bureaus, RCA Con-
S Radio. Call 3-3268. Panama
S E -Washing machine. Easy
-ier, 25 Cyl. $50. Baby bed 6
oet, $15, play pen. $5. 1472-
lboa. Phone 4472.
E.-2 steel day-beds and
e, exchange 25 cycle re-
rotor for 60 cycle. Cristobal.
j 11".
eel furniture I dresser.
i l dining. I chilkcnier. I tile
stand, 1 kitchen table. Call
SMguel a50.

LE:-9 ft. Refrigerator 60
W or trade for 25 cycle Pedro
M el 292.
.'L E:-25 cycle Westinghouse
r.fgerartor, with deep freeze
c0fartment, 9 ft. A-I condition.
3 years guarantee. Also beautiful
is!oia ny buffet and dining table
a lamp. Call 6-428 or 164-B.
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i- SAILE:-One Frig.daire Refriger-
ator, in good condition, 60 cycle.
)$. 85.00. Coll Panama 3-1335.

WANTED
MisreJllnneone
WANTED TO BUY: Used tires.
smooth. Suitable for reconditioning.
SRecnstructora Nacional S. A. No
7. Peru Avenue. Telephone 2-0406


FOR SALE
Automlrn l
FOR SALE: 1951 Ford Victoria.
two-tone: Hawaiian Bronze and
Sungeta Ivory. Fordomatic. radio.
dirctlenl signals, heater, good
time. This er is in easellet con-
dition. Met be ar to ppreciate.
Only $575.00 down and drive it
away. Your Friendly Ferd ealter
C4l1pe Meters, Inc. em outeme-
bile row. Tels: 2-1013 2.1016.
FOR SALE.-1951 Oldsmobile Super
88, 4-door sedan. Low mileage.
Excellent condition. 83-5281.
FOR SA I-S19S0 Nuden Comme-
dere four deer six, coler bleck.
radle, hekter, turning lights, back


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FOR SALE.-1948 Nash 600 Four
deeoor sedan, new seat coven, two
tone, tea body and gron tap, good
tires. Only $270.00 down and its
yours. Your Friendly Ford Dealer
COLPAN MOTORS, INC. an aou.
tonobile row. Tale: 2-1033 2-
1036.
FOR SALE -1951 Ford Custom two
door sedan, only 11,600 miles,
seat covers and radio. $1.40000
Coall 2.-1952. may be seen at
house 419-A. Cocoli
FOR SALE: 1952 English Ford
(Consull four door. almost like
new, good tires. leather upholstery,
color green. Drastically reduced in
price, only $460.00 down. Your
Friendly Ford Dealer COLPAN
MOTORS. INC. en automobile
row. Teh. 2-1033 2-1036.
FOR SALE:-1950 Ford Convertible
Coupe, color Silvertone Gray, block
top. neew seat covers, overdrive.
radio. You can't get a better car
for the money, only $497.00 down
and Its yours. Your Friendly Ford
Dealer. COLPAN MOTORS. INO.
on automobile row. Tels: 2-1033 -
2-1036.


FOR SALE:-1949 Mercury Coupe.
color black, new seat coven, good
tires. This car is a steol, only
$450.00 down and drive it away.
Your Friendly Ford Dealer COL-
PAN MOTORS, INC. on automo-
bile row. Tel.: 2-1033 2-1036.
FOR SALE: 1942 Buick in good
condition Call Albrook 7148 or
may be seen at Quarters 324-A,
Albrook.
FOR SALE: 9 5 0 Studebkar
Champion Club Coupe, coler bleak,
radie, overdrive, good tires. This
car is a real buy, only $430.00
down and drive it away. Your
friendly Ford Dealer COLPAN INC.
en utomeob"le row. Tels: 2-1033 -
2-106.
ena OCAIE.i,. -nj -..-.


Panam. ,, -1-9 P'ontiac 2-door.
Pnama.-color black, radio, chrome window
Svent, an excellent buy only $435.
f 3 AN D:-Vacation quarters At- 00 down and its yours. Your
lon1c side. January 20th Phone Frndh Ford Dealer COLPAN
SCristobal 3-1633. MOTORS, INC. on automobile
WANIED:-To rent D4 or D2 Troc- row. Tels: 2-1033 2-1036.
; tor with BLADE for period of 2
maths. Call 87-7195 daily 7 aRado
m. to 4 p. m. Radio Operator

i EO. IafsmenD, Dies Aboard Ship;
ATab in repairable condition. Call
i 7-7195. 7 a. m. to 4 p. m daily
i :-In good operat,,e con Autopsy Ordqred
I dltn. Semi-Trailers of 3.000
nor more capoc.tv. Tel. 2- An autoPy o determine the
*Panama. cause of death of a British radio
D--Large unfurnished house opeRator D ,tthe AM V. Napier
Sr rtment for Americoan family Star which docked at Balboa
ently in Panamo. Will pay yesterday was ordered today ac-
S rent in advance Call 2- cording to police reports.
Panama during business
Panama during business Robert Millar. 49, a resident of
Edinburgh. Scotland, died sud-
denly when the ship was about
Selo Wanted 250 miles out of Balboa en route
From New /ealand to London.
VI ANTED--Two experienced The shlp'a doctor told police
s, none other need apply. Ap- Millar had complained of a pain
ri urundu Restaurant. Curundu. in his left chest, and was treat-
ed for pleurly. The doctor said
he believed death was due to
D Mid to cook ad cen massive ulmon embolism.
TD-Maid to cook and clean but requested an autopsy to yeri-
Must sleep in Come be- fy hs :llagnosis because there
57 m. Number 33. 46th were "gome aspects" about the
Bello Visa____ ___ case he claimed he did not un-
D:-Maid to live in. General derstand.
rk. care child. Referrnces The body was forwarded to
5 and Sunday, 1465-C. Gorgas Hospital. Payne and
adSt. Wardlaw are agents for the ship.


a iebker cwno.
,4 4-deer Sedan, ra-
esat ever. goeed tires.
eaWd eonadtion. FSr
at
BT V HUNNICUTT. LA.
Ml 8 Central Ave.


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aesditlm. Hardsil used
BiI'VB NUNNICUTT S.A
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1M8 Buick 2-doer SpeciaL
verve rood shape. easy pay-
ments for sale at
SMOO1 7 HUNNICUTT. S.A.
18th St. Central Ave.
Col6n Tel 8ee.



FOR SALE:--Lettr of ere-
It. S .I N e- new Olds-
mobile. Winl sasifee for
SIAPMl Write to Boez S.
Crit6bel. C. Z.


MISCELLANEOUS


FOR SALE
MieelaneotSa
FISH fanciers take advantage oa'
special bargain, for January
4 pairs of tropical aquarium f
for only $3.00. Come and see
at "Casa Mike" your favorite
In Colon 1 pr. Zebra Dania,
Golden Danlo. I pr. Spotted
nio, I pr. Quintana. A limited
ply only, first come first ser


FOR SALE:-Daschund puppies. 10
weeks old, housebroken. Calf Pan-
ama 3-2191, 12: a.m. 8:00 p.m.


FOR SALE:--Mattress, single, Inner-
spring, springs, horses. $30; 4
porch blinds fit concrete quarters,
$8; Pedestal fan, 25 cycle $20.00;
drafting table. $25; kitchen lino-
leum fits opt B, concrete, $15;
25 cycle washing machine $50.
House 718-8, Prodo, phone 2-
2911

Now you. too, can afford a TRIP TO
EUROPE, 29 glorious days, s. R
countries, hotels, meals and sight-
seeing, only $370 00. Call Fidan-
que Hermanos e Hi|os. (Agencias
Amenricanas de Viales), Tel. 2-
1661.


FOR SALE
Real Estate


FOR SALE:-Ideal house for retired
people. Two stories, best Bella Vis-
ta, section upstairs 3 bedrooms. 3
both rooms of California red wood.
unusually free atrm dampness.
Two concrete apartments down-
stairs. Produces rent. 48th St. No.
3.


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OR SALE -Santa Clara home, large
livingroom. dinette, kitchen, 2
bedrooms, large closets. Tile bath
and tile floors throughout. Car-
port 260 ft. frontage. Fenced. Fully
-furnished. Inquire at No. 32. Calle
Chico, Santo'Clara or call Cnristo-
bal 3-1676 Burkle.

FOR SALE -Excellent Opportunity:
-Two bedroom house. 869 square
meters land. Nice neighborhood.
$8.0.0000 cash, balance in month-
ly payments. Tenth Street No. 33.
Son Francisco de la Caleta.
FOR SALE-Santa Clara beach front
property. Large flower garden.
Many fruitbearing trees. For in-
spection of house contact owner,
,no agents). Joseph A. Farr In
Santa Clara. From Jan. 15 to April
.FOR SALE

FOR SALE


BIat & Molars

FOR SALE -Outboard motor 2,' HP,
practically new. Sell or trade for
larger motor. Tel. 83-6257.


Here ls the bay. 1 gtlek
Super. 4-doo Sedan. hard.
ly used. good tires, radio.
seat covers, almost riven
away. easy payments. For
sale at
SMOOT T HUNNICUTT. S.A.*
16th St. Central Ave.
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FOR SALE: i197 Delet
4-door Sedan. good ia-
ning condition. ear ay-
ments.
SMOO7 v HUNNICUTT. SA.
16th St. Central Ave.
CoMa. Tel. s.


Beautiful 4IM Cbhve i
Ceupe. In perfut Iot e MI
easy san int. For leat
SMOOT T HUNNICi'r. L.A.
1th St. Cetral AWe.
Canas. Tel.


RESORTS


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Write Aklebeis Aa amMleu t m
2051 Apco C. 2
Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
Just around the corner of "J" St.,
announces our new Lamp Shade
Service. We con now make to order
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover
your old one at low prices.
TRADE:-Bendix Economat 60 Cycle.
Good condition, for gasoline driven
washing machine. Write Box 1892
Balboa.
Canal Zone residents. Are you seek.
ing domestic help? Go personally
to No. 73 "B" Avenue or tele-
phone Panama 2-1535.


Willlonw' ttsr Cloe Beach p w
tops. 2 bedromi, retrferotter
Rockgos ranger. Balboa 2-3050.
Except week-ends


Cosino Santa Clara. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations no-
_cesary. Saturday and Sunday.
STAY t otel Pan Americano in
Cool beautiful El Voile.

Powee d. 1877, Crietabel -16"78 .


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FOR RENT
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FOR RENT:-Modem chalet cornv
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etc. $130.00. No. 143 VI a
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FOR RENT:-Furnished apartment,
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Miscellunaemn
FOR RENT---Locale fir storehouse
and office, 150 square meters. Eu-
sebio A. Morales, Avenue No. 4,
"El Congrejo," near Hotel El
.Panama. For information telephone
Panama 3-1292 or 3-3371.

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Requiem Mass


A requiem mais will be sung
tomorrow morning at St. Paul's
Church, Punama City. for the
repose of the late Samuel Dray-
ton. who died ob Jan. 7 at the
age of 68.
The mass will be condctad by
Archdeacon Lemul. W"Irley
and will begin at @isjm.


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DR. RUSODIMOS MARRIED IN PARIS
The prominent Colon oculist, Dr. Constantino Rusodimos,
was married in Paris, France, to Miss lona lanikos of Athens,
Greece. The wedding took place on Dec. 21 In the Greek Or-
thodox Churcn.
Sponsors for the ceremony were the father of the bride,
Mr. A. lanikos of Athens. Greece, and a cousin of the 5so m,
Miss Nitsa Rusodimos. also of Greece, both of whom acconm-
panied the bride from Greece to France.
Dr. Rusodimos. is the son of Mr. Nicolas Rusodimos, and
the late Mrs. Rusodimos of Pfakna, Greece.
The bride and groom are expected to return to the Isthmus
in the near future.
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Cocktail Party Celebrates during the morning were: Mrs.
Maiden Voyage of "Caledonlen" Henry F. Taylor, Mrs. Myron
Mr. Marcelle GCringoi re. Smith, Mrs Dan Miller, Mrs.
Agent for the French Lines In George H. Sewell. Mrs. Frank
Colon. an-i French Consul, and Gerard. Mrs. Walter Parkins,
Mrs Gr. ~ guir e, entertained Mrs. Joseph Davis, Mrs. Wal-
from 500 to 7.00 pm. Wednes- !ace B. Kruczek. Mrs. Botty
day aboar tnhe S S. "caledo- Thum, Mrs. Richard Taylor,
nien" on her maiden voyage Mrs. E. A Tim. Mrs. Kenneth
voyage frm Tahiti to France. Forrest. Mrs. Frank G. Jonelis,
.The shil, belongs to the Mes- Mrs. W-llRam Coleman. Mr
atgcries Maritimes and transit- Charles Richardson, Mrs Wil-
ted the Canal en route to Ta-] lam Trotter and Mrs. James
hiti in October C'reighton
A hundred guests IncludinglMr. and Mrs. Vogt
officials ul the Republic andiVisiting in .Gatun
C nal Zonp attended the party Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Vogt
id made an Inspection jt thearrived from Brooklyn. N Y.
vessel. Among the guests wasito make their home with their
tle Amba-sador of France toidaughter and son-in-law. Mr.
Panama, Mr. Lionel Vasse. qnd Mrs. Oscar Hakanseh of
---- Gatun.
rewell Cocktail Party At
rt Gulick Corporal Albright
The traditional cocktail par- Visiting Parents
t for departing members wasi Corporal Brian Albrigh't ar-
g en at the Fort Gulick Of- livedd Tuesday by plane via
I ers Club, Iru;day evening Miami from Long Island, N. Y..
S e affair honored Major and where he is stationed. for a
a. Orvile T. Shaw and Cap. visit with his parents, Mr Lnd
1in and Mrs. C. R. Richardson Mrs. Arthur Albrightlof Gatun.
Both of the families sail on
tie 22nd for the States. MajoriLouis Mortin
8 aw will go to Camp Rucker.
,a., and Captain Richardson 'Candidate To Be
l being signed to the Far'
Bstern Command. a Prex n-, _
A large group of officer and Next notary rrexy
teir ladies attended tha par-
to bid farewell to their r The Panama Rotary Club an-
illends. The affair lasted from nounced today that so far its
5100 to 7-00 p.m. members ad contributed 615
St sacks of the 1000 sacks of cement
n Voyage Morning Coffee pledged by the club for the pay-
Mrs. Robert Noll and Mrs. Ing of the National Highway and
rold Esaes were co-hosteskes gave assurances that the goal
f r a morning coffee given at would be reached.
t e Noll quarters at Fort Gu- At the came time the nomina.-
Sk, to honor Mrs O r v llle tlon of btidling contractor Louis
aw who is leaving next week Martinz as candidate to be the
fr the States. 1953-54 president also was an-
nounced.
'Mrs. Shaw did the honors at Martinz heads a slate which
the coffee table which was includes. Lionel Moses, vice-pre-
centered with tropical flowers sident; O. R. Nelson, secretary:
flanked by white and s-iv e r Carlos de .anon. treasurer; Pe-
tapers. Small silI v e r ship dro Brin. Horaclo Clare. Merle
formed a ileet extending from Piper and Roberto Perez, board
the table's four corners to the members.
floral arrangement. Elections to select the new1
The neighbors who called rotary president will be held
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VP-45 Card Party
Mrs. 0. L. Hendrickson and
Mrs. Macintosh Irwin were coj
hostesses for the monthly card
party for the officers' wives of
Squadron VP-45 of the Coce
Solo NaVal Station.
The ladles -met at the, Offlo
cers Clab Wednesday for bridge
and canasta. The prizes for
bridge were won by Mrs. George
Dittman and Mrs. R. K. Meyer.
The canasta, prizes went to
Mrs. Tony Chester and Mrs. C.
A Anderson.
There were six tables of
cards.

Super MeOing

At Sl. Lukes Draws

200 Padshlonrs
Nearly two hbmiddd persons
assembled foi a pot luck supper
in Bishop Morris Hall, St. Luke's
Cathedral on Monday evening.
The annual business meeting
followed.
The Right Reverend Heber S.
Gooden presided. He said that
while in California he was al-
ways introduced as the "Bishop's
son," so he, In turn, Introduced
the honorec: guest, the Right
Reverend Robert Burton Good-
en, of Glendale, Californla, as
the "Bishop's father."
Bishop Gooden appointed sev-
en members of the church
chapter, and five others were
elected by ballot Those appoint-
ed were:
Leonard Brockman, John
Brown, Captain, USN, Clarence
Johnston, Welton Johnson, Rob-
ert S. Nourse, Colonel, USA,
Lawrence Peterson, Lt. Colonel,
USA-and Daniel Snyder.
Members elected to the
cfapter were:
J. Palmer Smith, Ernie Payne,
Roger Greene, James S. Thombas
and Robert M. RummeL
While the tellers were count-
ing votes, each table discussed
and reported on aspect of
church i1 e which were deemed
vital to the parish. wusptaty
to strangers, service personnel,
and the sick; greater Slpace to
accommodate the growing
Church SchooT, and adequate
publicity covering Cathedral ac-
tivities, in order that the gener.
al public he acquainted with all
the church has to offer, were
th esallent points emphasized.
The "Coffee Minute" which
follows each Sunday morning
service, is an outgrowth of sug-
gestions made* a year ago, and
has proved highly successful as
a means of welcoming newcom-
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Mrs. Gertrude "We are only Interested In
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Charley Joe," Mahoney said.
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SUNDAY NIGHT, JANUARY 18
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Be on hand for the gayest pre-Carni'al
festivities ever held in Panama!
You're neither too young ~or too old
to enjoy Carnival at El Panamd!


Angelo Jaspe's orchestra the Carnival Murga
(Band) and all the enthusiastic supporters of the
three lovely candidates for queen, shown at left, will
be on hand see them daunc the Tamborito and
other typical Panamian dances. Fun! Fmn! Fu!

EACH CENT SPENT FOR FOOD AND BEVERAGE
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Taboga Island Sail Yacht Class 'C' To Vie

Classic Tomorrow, Sunday For $650 7 Furlowg
The annual Taboga Island sail annual classic open to all sail the larger ones on a corrected An evenly matd print eor Clas "C" IP
yacht racing classic will be held vachts on the Isthmus and is time basis. Import. thoroughbred. w -0a1w'a t ae s i ast she
this comnmn Saturday and Sun- conducted by the Race Commit- The race is expected to provide t France Race Trac. .
S da-. Jan. 17 nnd 18. inauguratine;tee of the Balboa Yacht Club. unusual interest in a hard fought i of the seven ra ta
the scheduled drv season racing William H. Clark, Jr., chairman., contest between the four fastest of tt dwn the nmadetl Ma a -o
S program of the Balboa Yacht All the participants are meas-sail yachts in the Club fleet Wal- Coragglo
Club. It was announced today bv lured for sail area. hull size. etc.. ter E. Pearson's "Tondelayo." .. "
S Commoaore William H. Wvmer.'and have been Riven handicap William H. Clark. Jr.'s "Xele" p oes Roe cdj lta U o *
Sa a rs attnes which will live the small- Lee 0. GreRK's"Novia" and n- II ar egge sl Jrl f t nI
The Taboa Island Race Is an'er boats a good chance to beat modore W Uam H. Wymer's RMI pnd ~l -e
"Aaul Me Queao.' '*th s M p san Sd5a5t a *
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cruising yachts etaditelto enre.Also Ies ZI,
Gun Club Aiotes are: Cap. ClintOb etav i ''s "'-..
"Inca." Edwin F. lg's'Ia," 8W*dI Was'ane.i1l i .1
S- o James D. Lqddy' "n." Philip la performance
o ,,Green's"1, E s I ,. Cha.F. i- e i_ b e tr S an I* hs 1..
r BIG BORETEAM MATCH pion's "Little SMe." ames P. to
AT FAR FAN SUNDAY Hayman's "Law Lady," Am is Maue., ai uput Wai Il
Krumins' "Drake," Wlltam H. SMo M ettr
Even though the weather man hasn't awakened to the occa- Brumner's "Kare." and Marvn ,tw g al l et ieuh oSg lb
Drufter's "Naren1" and Marvin 10n o kut 1401# an
slon yet, it is a sure sign the New Year and the young dry season Roth'a "Busanna."* h i t f
,hae arrived when the bull throated roar of the 30-06 rifle is Vice-Commodore Jhn Rt. De- t*ri
again heard in the land. The first formal team match of the Grummond's power oruter "Cav- M a .i tatare ib s ei Mh [. .
year is scheduled to be held under the auspices of the Balboa Gun alter" will officiate al the Race "- --
Club at their 200 yard range at Far Fan, with firing to start at Committee boat at the start. and i a th

S- tons for the Individual shooters was concerned, was held at Far times and official ef b fi
3fan last Sunday, and the rusty eyeballs and rheumatic trigger in Taboga. Hartr te da. The sprinters Iambe Ruues. Cha Pr and alsa
fingers were very much in evidence, according to the results. starts at 1 p.m. o hae island, the ats'ehrnlus Bedlam will wette tefIewin.
Capt. "Smilin' Jack" Kennedy, of Los Amigos took first place and the y hts l a'return p ram
unopposed with a neat 188, closely followed by Wayne "Dude" Lu- race. flishl-r' off the Baliboa st R ae "H" Natives -- 7 ee ith y 1 Itaeort:l f- Psan 4.
S cas with 187. Dude had to outcount Balboa team-mate Al Joyce Yacht Club. hBnday, from Tabo- Pune:r 58M--ool CIles UJ Pht:T m 85 PeCs
Sthe rapd fire department, as A also hired 187. Even though R Fi ce of the able Q
S top scores were not as high as is customary in these here parts, A pre-season inner harbor race 1-Kalaan A. Rodrli ue 117 I--In TI e Ta a 11
the overall shooting was not bad. O te 1 shooters who took was held last Bund oft the Bal- -A Nera v. Rodriae 11, --WldWr B. Aut 15
part. 11 guaranteed themselves the Director of Civilian Marks- boa Yacht Club for the A l ty Plata C; onale 11 e. pOogiaem 10b
ananship's "Expert" classification for another year, and the Clas-"B"boatso the e BIbm Plot B A.a .es 7 ,I mled lUls
S twelfth was well up into the "Sharshooter" class, missing "Ex- The four-mile trianlr Cours e 5--Mochto B. Agurre 114 P5- .S0t J, Ak aom 1100 I
pert" by only a few points. was sailed ain bslfe -Bfa1 V. E rasti stlo 126 c. RePlst i'
th onortherol d Tucker Mtuy 7w .--Enriueta R. aodmes 112 = -La t A.MeA 101
SSunday's scores follow: "Mb^ w b -El Mafo A. Vasques 110 5Plnta A. Vggu R *110
SCompetitor Club Slow Rapid Total beaten on cOlrroted time by So
r Jack Kennedy Los Amigos.......... 54 134 188 D"Drc "Mar 'Sall'W ad" B e "A" Naiv- .F, h e ", rt -
Dude Lucas Balboa .............. 53 134 187 and C. R. BoweI's u*." Se : 375M- Peel Cloes 1:15 PUe: $375.*-- 0 P t 5:
Al Joyce-Balboa ................... 56 131 187 t^order of finish1g on cocted end Rae of the DoeaMble Oae-Tw 1
S an. Fred Wells Balboa ................... 53 133 186 time for the four Class "B" M l- 1-Wnsaba R. Vqu e 110 1-411 Matt1 ,-. lelldo 120
; Archie Turner aBalboa ............. 52 133 185 boat entering was n- l do 1 ea A Iepa 114
S Bill Jaffray Los Amigos .......... 53 132 185 Frst) Lucky La owed and Rt V. Castillo 124 -p e l Mtue 111o
i. Paul Anderson Balboa ............. 52 132 184 Second) Wafll owned and skip- 5--Golden Tap A.Mena 118 5 eon VRo. ,W06x oa
S Ken Millard Balboa .................54 129 183 eed by Charles R. Bown. ya '1
S Virgil Worsham Los Amigos ........ 50 131 181 .Third) MerrTWidoir wnedby v 120
K.E. Flake Marine Barracks......... 51 126 177 Tucker McCle skippered e ""'w-
Wmi. N. Martin Balboa ............ 50 119 169 by George Bobbittt, 'i d Foerth) rs : on W-Pol COheo IP
Next Sunday's match will be over the same course of fire, 12 8l Dr l -, L .FloreM 11 .P 10e4
Bhots slow fire and 27 shots rapid fire, for a possible 195. The 1o- r i eV. l
cal record ia 193 and "Easy to tie, and hard to beat." The slow br-. Os1 1
lire stage includes 4 shots each stand standin, stting and kneeling, 124Wa .do VasoU A.Ma 4 d 11"
While the rapid fire calls or 9 shots in 68 seconds n each of three 4. Chsnal B. 10
"Po Nitlons, kneeling, sitting and prone. 119 1 .-- .. -"
S Entries in Sunday's match will be one Balboa for ech thoot- i" ti .. -
-'hr, whether he shoots as a team member or as an i individual. blee -5E "TV "
..Teama may consists of either 4 or 5 men, with four scores to 's: I 'l ClegeM ...
w eont. Since this is not a registered shoot, nor is it a CZA 1
atch, teams can be made up on the firing line. There will be
both team and individual awards to make It all worth wmhe for
the shooting fraternity.
As is obvious from last Sunday's scores, the BalboarGuh Club's -
teams look pretty good to win this one. However, Special Troops,
4th Recon and the Marine Barracks are all fairly fresh from some
rugged inter service competition, and can give Balboa plenty of
trouble. If the 33rd Infantry and the Cristobal Gun Club put oriso i Vasua 0 ....
teams on the line, competition will be really close. And don't or-
get Los Amigos. Led by last Sunday's winner, Jack Kennedy, they -- .
have several fan hooters, always provided they can get four of .. Race p. '
Stem out on the range at one time. n l Wims -ae 0
So far as individuals are concerned, it's a Mexican stand-off. 1-Roaro V. "
Any of last Sunday's top ten are capable of taking first place. *- 3--edlam V. tfo 1 "
Others just as capable are Hank Rosa, John Counselman, Bob 3-Charminl Prince P o IMF s !" '"
Newton. Chuck Thamals, Ed Budd, Stripling. Bailey, Old Man 4--Flanabaro A. Roddnrigu ,I
Todd, and many others. There are very few centers of big bore --
competition which boast so many fine and capable performers as E .
we have here, in view of the comparatively small number of com- R betO *i#A
petitors. And this Sunday should see them all back on that fir- Feem r, i"m siitaIi
ing line, trying to get the 1953 jump on the rest of the field. bluest my ts k worlheow al t e fl
LATE FLASH!!! iBo at bdii, aUd yl 1-a a J. B p
It has just been nnnannounced by turtevant Todhunter "Old b help neai tor 2-Pu V.I
Man of the Mountains" Todd that according to the way he fig- mei ept d owmiu 3-edlgo .
ures it, he tied for first place in last Sunday's match. "In the --Whey ya' r ,it 4-ESea dale A.
last seven matches I fired." shouted Todd, "I scored 188. I figure pyj, de a eadu smi.O mw -Curaca
that that makes me a permanent 188, and in fact I'm in a rut. only ar difc d. E i de --a t C.
S I havedecided that it is only a waste of ammunition for me to EFF 3TU,,M4- l.I 7-Int ade -A. Men.. *-,.
fire any more, and I should be credited for 188 in every match.- -- .. .
"Obviously, that means that I tied for first place!" Todd Csl
pounded the shooting bench. "So, where's my medal?" With -
Sth your correspondent fled the premises, and sheltered In the Bbif .c" I ""r ".
columns of this paper, shyly takes this opportunity to inform the .-- "
belligerent gentleman that there weren't any medals Sunday ex- .
cet the'ones from Uncle Sam: and the bearded gentleman says, an,
"No shoot, no qualification medals!" tv-l-'-l i. ., r
So the shooters who want that little sterling silver job that ., 11 3 o
says "Expert" will have to join Mr. Todd next Sunday and come
out and shoot for it. r oo..
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3 MINGO. ........... 1. Arosemena (2) 106
4 BEDUINO ........... O. cutilo (4) 113
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Ambassador Wiley Police Identify
Leaves For Visit Floating Corpse
To Washington As L. T. Collander
A body found floating in Canal
United Stat.s Ambassador to waters near Paralso yesterday
S Panama John C. Wiley sailed afternoon was identified today
from Cristobal today aboard the as Lloyd T. Callender, a Grena-
8. 8. Cristobal for a brief visit'dian seaman who was employed
to Washington and New York by the Dredging Divialon.
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Wiley. I The 56-year-old resident of
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absence. Counselor Robert B., floating in the water by a Canal
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BERLIN. Jan. 16 (UP)-Conl.- was nu e .,, a" V the
munist East Oermah foreign 'p ss Mr aothe la 1t ih il DM and
minister Georg Dertinger has mamist ireprtwums i ,w iea the
been arrested as a Western spy, pge show tal of U east
the Communist newspaper Neues German Jew M a AEd eadr at
Deutschland announced today., in elers. Del arrest also may In-
what may be the opening of a Dertinger was one of the didte that the East German
drive to suppress non-Communlst and main collaborators with e Reds noloner want East. Oer-
partles in the Soviet zone. Communists in the Bae#an omne. me=a ubit9d asin with We.
Dertinger was eo-chairman He was one of the first rigt* Ogmany adce the foreign mlin-
of the East German Christian wing leaders to propose that his later wasone of the too Commu-
Democratic Party-which is a Christian Democrats and, the Dt government officials at-
member of the Communist. Liberal Deipocrate support the tempting to negotiate with West
controlled Soviet zone govern- Communists. ermay.
ment. Other arrests were expected, The aad Chrsti Dem
His arrest was announced In a since anl east zone parties had aoeMt has m* d e ate of- the
six-line story on the front page been ordered purged following stro gst anppali b Coommu -
of the official Communist news- the November PraRue.pure trial mist gaOeramemt members to
paper. of 14 one-time Ozech Red party eraa nrti-u*MAm.
The newspaper said: "Hk ar- and government leaders. Last Marh he aed the
rest was an immediate conse- Former East German supply UGerma people "ee pros-
quence of his enemy activities minister Karl Hamann already Is Wy09Y and freedom" I they
against the German Democratic under arrest. w Jld oin hahda with the Soviet
Republic (the Communiqt East The former chairman of the UW h.
German government) on orders Liberal Democrat Party-whilon Urtiger., who 'w appnted
of imperialistic espionage sery- like.the east me Christian Dem- forelnR minister whn theCo -
ices.. ocrata Is In the Communist-con- mount W Mqt government
Western observers discounted trolled coalition Rovernment- w formed in i6 EsO tlated
the espionage charge against was charged ith "onscus d the M erm b frontier
DertiR*er. o n2zationa ~ activity" In Is
They said they believed Der- mitry. His ca. had been turn- arret may shake the whole
tinger was arrested because he ed over to the state security serv- Soviet satellite ocecm atace It is
opposed the growing Sovietina- Ice. possible the Germa'Oommunists
tion of East Germany and the Also under arrest are Paul now miht plan to take back the
consolidation of Communist Merker. former. member of the odretno te ftarv ceded to
power. Mast German Communist party Poand ei teen
Dertinger's opposition to Sq9v- polUlburo. aid aKrt Muelle~ for- l t.
etizatlon has been labeled "neu- tmet deputy'leader of thWet to th
tralism" by the'Communists. SIg- berinan C omnihiA.. t Party. Mt- _W
nificantly. Karl Maron. Commu- ker is a Jew. but Muelle', like ttrdl OS W a
nist "peoples police" chief. in an Dertinger. not. that lW Red werreadmin
article In toslay'a fllal 0WSovt Dr. Le kekrmann. former bir howtri* uruei
control commission n o r ant Pr-'
T.eich.e dscu demanded t -, ...
the destructIonr of such tnflu- b a c -M
ences In the uast German kot- cmMrn'B .o .... ..
eminent. U
Dertinker's arrest may be the
first step In a crack-down on the
East Gerfian political xrom
which have cooperated with te .
Communists and part of the ore- lag Main
paratlon for a Communist puirg
in the Soviet zone. it -
The arrest of 50-year-old for- to e
mer newspaperman Dertinger The fug es also Incuded i


Your Income
By RICHARD A. MULLENS
NEA Income Tar Expert EDITOR'
If you have followed the proe. 1th 1
vious articles, you ow know 1
what to report as Income qn W'a s
your tax return and what de.
ductions you can claim if you -
so choose.
You are all ready to fill out medical ex
the tax return. Befot att
A simple chart printed with W-2 to the4
Article 2 told the best form to amourn -ush
use if your income is under $5.- Social 8eutlll
000. Check over your answers on ploye Vtt.
the chart to make sure they are posed
correct. If your deductions are such t il
close to 10 *er cent of your in- for mole ,the
come. it Is best to compute your is qui*t e
tax on both Short Form 1040 and more S
Long Form 1040 with Itemised F.I.CAtJ
deductions and then use which- the
ever gives the smaller tax. .f Forl
Remember, If yeur income is given al
over SU000 you must use Long
Form 1040. Thou of 7
Those of you using Form 1040- F '
A (printed on yellow' paper) will and 2 gU0'
not have to compute your tax. tUons Ad I
Just fill it in showing your name then taWi;t-
and address and exemptions and find y
Income. The Director of' Internl ble on
Revenue will use the tax table Just
printed on the back of Form tlons
1040 to compute your tax and be su
send you a refund or a bill de- column
pending on whether too much
tax or too little tax was withheld on DI
from your pay.
The tax table automatically pM
gives you a $600 credit for each
exemption and a deduction ofr ,d
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