The Panama American
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/AA00010883/01482
 Material Information
Title: The Panama American
Portion of title: Weekend American
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Donor: Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher: Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication: Panama City, Panama
Publication Date: 1925-
Frequency: daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Panama -- Panama
Dates or Sequential Designation: Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note: On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
Classification: lcc - Newspaper
System ID: AA00010883:01482
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lay. Thr only remaining
Sean uhes, 2, Ws
he United States for,
twatment this morning.
sgter of a Gorges Hos-
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While no special quarantine
or control measures are pre-
seatly planned, the two Boy
Scout organizationsJn the Ca-
nal Zone have beei requested
by Canal health au tiories to
tpp9ae functions chich had
een planned sce Bth would
have brought toge(ber young
boys from various communi-
he annual outbreak of polio
(Cmntiwee on Pane 6. Col. 6)

M~d Mud Serve

..term of his pro-
ar-old American
.was sentenced in
Vil of the U.S.
u srt ,yeteday after-.
e n rv: three years in
IpenIntul for at-
efwdafnt. Alexander Ho-
ud. wVmS O Ruilty
eunt r e,for which
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In 4 Countries

Being Vaccinated

LONDON, Jan. 22 (UP) U.S. Army doctors work
ed on an assembly line basis today to vaccinate 350,00
American servicemen threatened by Europe's spreading
influenza epidemic.
At the saoe time flu outbreaks in the United States
started spreading from the Southwest through the Mid*
west and fanning out into the East and South. The West
appears little affected as yet.,
The Public Health Service at Washington said awst
of the flu reported in the United States was one of the
"A-prime" type, a mild form.
Army officials said the European flu wave, while
widespread, was reasonably mild. They expected to have
all US servicemen in Britain, France, Germany and Aus-
tria vaccinated within three days. Only military pers
will be vaccinated, not wives, children or oth_--

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OF otbe terry count
froles. a' Solto
L.A rAn t he was
d to,!Mihaet ,Court for
mon Of the.tewrs of his
first hearing MJchaud
r a continuation nf the
use he wanted .to'find
tmold enlist In the
wqtem, it was, brought
rs yesterday that the
ft board denied his ap-
sayfnR that under the
i of .the regulations of
qse Department men
; criminal charges pend-
At them, or who are on
, will not be considered
ition. The board refused
LOY waiver in Michaud's

eS r om enB started
Receiving vacclnatpna at Army
dispeasaries this ning.
The European epidemic, mark-
ad by chills and sore throats, has
sent million of Europeans to
bed and cloud many schools.
But It has caused few, it any,
Concentrated for a time in
southern England, the fju jump-
ed the English Channel anti
spread through Prance, Ger-
many, Switaerland and Belgium.
. An estimated 15,000,000 perl
.sons, about a third of the po-
pulation, were stricken in
The U. S. Army command in
Europe also warned troops to
take precautions to safeguard
themselves against an outbreak
of typhoid lever which has
stricken 661, persons in the
Stuttgart area of Germany,

Remon Tributes Eisenhower

At American Society Banquet

President Joke A. Remon had gatlons" which the Panama Can-
high praise and expressions of al has ."Imposed upon the Pana-:
ful confidence for U.8S. Presi- manian people."
dent Dwight D. Eisenhower and .At the end of his prepared
the American Society of Pana- speech thePanamanian chief ex-
ma during a speech at a dinner ecutive ad-lbbed a glowing toast
Vven in his honor at the Union to Mr. Elsenhower and the people
lub last night. of the United States.
He praised the American So-;
The speech, broadcast over a city for being instrumental in
Panama-wide radio hookup, was developing a suitable atmosphere
scheduled for 8 p.m. but did not for the creation of understand-
begin until 10:15 last night. ing and good will between Pan-:
Col. Reaion said he had full amanians and Americans.
confidence in the "democratic. .Col. Remon. who was Elsen-
just and equitable albs" of Mr. hower's aide-de-camp on his 1946
Elsenhower and his new admin- visit here, said Panama held out
lstration. and told the Amercan hope that relations between Pan-
Society that'bie cdunty expected ama and t t U.S. will be "moreI
"full eodipMtln" Tr the cordial" under the Elsenhower
UA. for thW El-t.r and obilt administration.

la t wa

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up o ace. .
Pope Pius XU was one of the
flu epidemic's victims. He con-
tracted a mild caie accompanied
by slight fever and was-forced
to cancel adl audiences today.
Belgium's King Baudoin was
still ill at his Brussels palace.
In France, numbers of show-
girls were reported missing from
music hall stages in Paris 'last
night and understudies have re-
placed actors in several plays.
Britain's health minister lain
McLeod told Parliament yester-
day that heavy fog was largEly
responsible for boosting t3e na-
tion's death rate from an avear 't
age 9,125 to 15.114 in the five
weeks endedJan. 3.

11 Menial Pament

Smash Wildws,

Stage Breakod
KINO PARK. N. Y.. Jan. 2_, -
iUP, Seventeen mental-a-
tients, Including several te -
agers, escaped f Zrom Khigs Park
state hospital In an ory of vio-
lence today and touched off a
large manhunt in Long Islal's
swanky No th Shore estate aa.
,The break occurred at 1:16
am. and by 9 a.m. police had
rounded up 13 of the Imates
who were described by
officials as "mentally ditu, h"
but not necessarily Epagdes.
State troope's at Nortihpoet -id
all had surrendered "peace-
The patients wrecked a ward
where they were housed before
smashing out windows
splintered chair le to get o t
a corridor of the,-rtou storyM
dormitory. They -driaef their
guards and raced $ a back exit
into the w At Woed country-
side. ,
The.r MUy Was
planned rsfMt-hn ipont"ee-
ous, hospital wutbhoritiets said.t
The mo begum to bed fl-
ly clothw, a precaution hnat
stood the-n in good stead Wien
they la-er spent the alht
tramping about In sub-fr
temperatures. None was armed.
State troopers and police of
Nassau and Suffolk Counties Im.
mediately set up road blocks e
the rea and alrtd the 12 Er-
rounding commaurates to be Ma
the look ist for the figitivet.
They .were described a B, ,
men, Includin" some Nre
and ranln tri age from to
the middle 3.
Five pade. wa re captured
the Nortt atie of ,
Long d.w
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THE PANAMA AMERICAN Old Frenck.Uhool of Paintig Revived
OWN. AND PU.LSHED b ,.TH PA A PR.. INC .. .Labor N ewos
H p4 I tu is P 0 ou v 34. PANAMA R. OP P.
.ELEPHON PAN.A.M A.No 2 -0740 1B 5 N" I" d
HK E o c.c A2 17B CENTRAL AVEuN arTWrFF4 3a1 AND 135TN SREE111
4SB MAIiOd AVE NFW v OR 1171 N V.YL ei it
LOCAL my use
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N atS o MONTH I aDA*e1 @80' R L00a
ter struggle to move special
-overnment agencies into ac- with ,
rior M JoI B n ag ainst the most ear- ,
3 ing of loviel undercover opera-W
0 Who, for example, I th In- l ....
telligence officer or policy t W"".
The Mail Bnxiis an open forum low readers of The Panama Amer- maker wh. Clamped the Ald on*1 hae
lsa, Lettners are received grateful, and ore handled in a wholly e aef an explosive report whiln re- had
denial maner. vealed that the official O0vle- bi
It you contribute a lette don't be impatient if it doesn't appear t1he tied Chinese opium trusts ow .O..e ..by.~Waenate
aest day. Letters are published m the order received corroding young Is in Korean ' the Armed Beris lbom ttee card
S Please try to keep the letters limited to one page lungthb. ports of embarkation for return te euc d
S Identity eft letter writers is held in trictesit confidence. to the U S. and in the 1 olkyo J*,
This newspaper assumes no responsibility for statements as opinions and Yokohama central military W t concern o have learned
pressed in letters from readers iciministrative headquarterI' is that it is icr ti ho general Motor
othe government and putting the quese on the.
That report, brou t back to .
BOBBY GANSS AMBASSADOR OF GOODWILL Defense Dept and Congres. It blantly char .moral Motm3-tti." tn
s-omal officials by am sm *5rbnlt
Too often the death of an individual brings forth a flow of Congressman last a nt.r
Iord that like flowers, drop and die shortly after they are ly diloses that bl ird a-
po The individual's good deeds are hastily recalled, briefly alarming insubordiantm, A- t- t atp e
bpubl ized and a soon forgotten. WOLa and outright ee-e
It might be well for us who remain behind to give more time lions by young ptrs ge lg a of tnu, how th o
rnd thought to their accomplishments, w.ile they were on this tive in the Japanese hinter- t e n of J.$., Ad0_o_
earth and use their exemplary lives as guiding stars of our con- land and outlyingt Islands, is t o tO o t te aW tof ig ja
Suct. a, .nmethodicalSoviet"Operation N e ea ae 4 t k B
o The too short life of Bobby Ganss might well be used as this Opium colie O e ".ri a a
example. For in life he personified all that good citizenship re-
resents. He was honest, decent, fair minded, courageous and The Army know it, too. And lknatlonstcaU that it was 't euutton
iver willing to aid his fellow men. His concept of life won him for some time now, the nFL'S i.a.eieetn-U iftIl .
thE admiration, respect and affection of his community and of representative i n Tokyo, Dick aotntrry o Jfe xIsO, W 15 I J INt at hi.
ose with whom he had but occasional contact. His burning Deverall, the Irving Brown of t re
al for his country's ideals and his belief that democracy should the Orient. working with the
practiced as it as preached enabled him to walk shoulder to Free Trade Union Committee l
older with his fellow men of all walks of life. (AFL), directed by Ja Love- M 4I tQ
These traits or qualities that make real men, brought to Bobby stone, has tried to 1e the so h g
anas the ability to be an outstanding representative of his coun- story.,o 'e h
and with it the devoted affection of the thousands, who real- The details alst are no te 1 8 e
that in this one Individual all the sincerity, loyalty and truth to Kichard Kim, Polt Repre- ledd" %. .
American democracy was at ItU zenith. tentative in Yokuhama or the last R ek
4Itis no wonder then that at this moment of intense suffer. Sailors UnIon of the P a c In I c
for his devoted wife, child and mother, their pain may be whose president, Harry Lun- tlasl St=I* .
S ulghtly reduced in the knowledge that not only his immediate deberg, was considered by Gen. .n EQ
m Ily and friends are with them but the entire comm unities of Eisenhower for designation as Vtl ,a I e, ..
Canal Zone and the Republic of Panama, where he engraved Secretary of Labors. es wt. a.tlje- at eeA ta O.M. ottt |
on the hearts of all who ew him, his own epitaph, and well Kim knows every racket there od ,r. ..l e
might be translated into words: and protects American sailors - ":.. ___ 1U ght e h t
r ; HERE WILL FOREVER REMAIN THE MEMORY OF A from being shanghaied by Jap M t.rs "d - -" d hot
MAN, WHO THOUGH KNOWN FOR BUT A SHORT WHILE, bartenders working with those didT ts t o
SDISPLAYED THE TYPE OF LIFE THAT GOD HAS WILLED who have no great love for the geve bt l h h o ** t e i l W
i CONTACTS WITH HIS FELLOW MEN BROUGHT FORTH Yet it's been a terrific strug- ate w nt gi-A mmlr L
THE HIGHEST IDEALS OF DEMOCRACY. g.e to get. the story told by By Frederick C 11hm1n
SSlu m b er In pea ce O 3 friend d o m a n. o fficia l so u rc es S o h e re It Is : n ot, p ...l. .a n1 e ag o % .. ,. .a '
Walter Watson. Much of the hundreds of tons By Frederick C. Oth an
--of dope which the global police 1 OU....ii D o f
of Geneva a Permanent Opium -"
TO THE MINE DOCK, REY, HO! control l Board just "lost tiace" a
of last year, has shown up In WASHINGTON. A Congressman friend of Kay said that anybody wn_...]0a(t. were a, eed u showed
our military centers in Japan. mIne said get my hat and drop by with him tO gign Is ahead of the E _la.- ..t.i.e
e Mail Box The our mis moryoutr of Jpn. a hotel nex door; he said he was thinking about that is, it e place- "ial *4ft
anama American. viet and Rped Chinese port 8s buying a robpt to sign his name for him and he Many an um a nd
Box 134, uc Darien, by freighter or thought maybe I'd be Interested. government offliC
anamaSir: would't dare pul too. close to On the way "over he said I had no idea how I wondered, what
thear S Jp coast weary a statesman could get putting his John said.j heI c ul s lo''buWat
At radioed rendezvous, t hea Henrys on maybe 1,000 letters to his conistitenutp with the nar r
May I suggest that you raise the pay of your first vice-preal- freghters mea t facing bats and then doing the chore all over agal tAh
Ient in charge of the aiaes ofl woe department. He Is terribly nned by Japa olollowing afternoon.
cored.ar e ta,: or the ga dreda a letis Hi SIh ndtrastooI the Republicans, inaoldd- -.1.
SnowInfiltrated the AutONMSc smAtiw e mlghieu. h
-e a honey. cf the romnrnt-d they have. oubles, rean reggee bolel, espe- So we arrived at Suite U1 of the Conpreeson.l e,.-_.. "'u
ey should carefully digest the front-page story in the same edi- clally hi Tokyo and ~oYa= Hotel where we were met by a gentle, purrig .But he didi
on, regarding the young father stricken wit~s polio. *he "Junk" is dro e nto sound and a citizen who identifIed--himself s of letters to sign usually sends l ru to It ist as
As long as advice to the lovelorn is being dispensed, may I thde smaUer, A isedope run. Raymond Kay, representing the Autopen'tales known as a letter shoppe. i_...
Sffer a solution'? .mng boats/ tly it is sailed and Service Company of WashingtonI D,C. "There," he sa "people known qa professi6n-al m u..
'Buddy" and "Disgusted" should walk out on the causeway, In and p to special agents. 11 purring, we Woon discovered, came from forgers llgn the letters. Mostly these forgers ar ,
old hands and step off the mine dock. The rocks in their Ir. Japan. the Autopen signing the name of one Gerg prima donnas. Tha j copMer themselves .Art.te.
epective heads will assure a quick end to their troubles. Once da the main Jap is. Drown, with flourishes, on sheet of foolseap p- And they doo't O ddta tlob. ttb terdelp
"D" For Dorothy Dix. ands, the heroin is distributed per at the rate of 3,000 per day, DogonW = "This is b MalAilp A
__- ---------- _to the shady ladles who get to thing I ever saw. thousand s1pliar, th_.:0t t.
Answer to Previous Puzzle the younger GIsO fast enough. The machine gripped n ordina fountain pa inclined to take n l A
A Japaneo police report, the My Congressman was amassed. He already has buying ma_..
'ORIZONTAL 3 Disputes A kid from the state are a machine that automatically his letters; cial service'wMWa%,Aura;RNnh
4eos141 treated to the potent Jap&- this new one to sign 'am, too give him an their esignatu f' thrA*i "m
vGreen 4 Sellles r Aqus c nose beer. After a giddy while, occasional afternoon off at e gahme. their letters b t the.homoo 'ifor
vegetable 5 Iroquo aIi o a N the Hod ladies offer a "few Only trouble with an autoams fountain pen, one and a ha the RedIn&hiesafter.ar w1
4 Call meat Indian A* fm kicks" shots of dope. Re- apparently, is Its cost $891, 1 u signature Or he'll lease an aut6anati6 name lgner for $50 ,aaAN hA-
Sound a knell 6 British N ~~ w distance is down and the record, floor stand, electric fot". rl and of per month, with six months' rent paid,in ad- s A.Ghet
12 Go astray governor in N I youngsters take it. Those who course, fountain pen. Ink o'. t6. trnish vance.
S 13 Sea eagle A show potential ddieion are yourself. min That left the uestiol: What wasto l to .I a .lIt .
4 Toward the colonies CA pursued for the following The Autopen 1Lo somi a.ll happen to the of au ms .
sheltered side weeks until they get the ha- grand tyano..with 0. ,a men,.whnc they .i m on m"1
15,Goeswellwith 8Lolter bit. The rest is easy. large, plastic reoordi tlh .to at thehou"sads?
ham 9 Medley 25 Enclosures 41 John Jacob the signature. - i a...- v a ye me ,, -
116 Cowardly 10 Microscope 26 Give forth The military records sho w These whirl arol SM and 'AM that di" t the se o illbe .VT M uIch
.ll8 More curved part 27 Dabbled in 42 Process ab.) that Operation Opium is not rns a co, that actuates the
20 Hot 11 Fried chicken 28- de fone 43 Depend aimed at working secrets Out of pen skittering across the Pa, ...dn .Z.
buns- gras 44 Employs the GIs. What the Soviet agents --.. 1
21 Mouse genus 17 Habitat plant 29 Beverages 46 Poker stake want and get is an un- A
M22 Follow form 31 Eats away 47 Was borne witting andre of soldiers whoaMAIAI-I
241Mlimicker 23 Waits 38 Mexican food their officers and go native. 'il I
26 Egyptian 24 Bewildered 40 Fool 50 Flap All the agents need are 15 or A ~r rs
goddess 20 GIs In each rear echelon
......ngc 4bo n to uncoordinate paper _. .,
,, place ring I 3 work and slack off in supply'Mr
p. OIeels t'nd central control headquar- THE BROADWAY --oliiN
I8 Dreary ters. Stage ientranse: aU macbias
tComdesin A's a sneak attack on morale. Denham-Mary 01" .'".
d, -- Now that's the Oriental end critics, who me anA Jlpum" o i en j w. .. the mmmW
Conpuertys- of Operation Opium. It reaches death (s we aoreLtl y e o e.
S,.ght through Pusan and across 4peris... 'Te[oe -s ....'s.a
o vhonean "tny draft system. tarmt ) a .
SNta ion n, e Ihoigae i ongto es tem. --s -y-
a by naming until be has Alto .tug.o ma Ntu
toisture man wh m s w o r Kn- rr .4 '
'l Sosialu' .. a chance to discover who sat n-? wt --..t- .

piers, offering returning --a' rjs..'"... -:-- .... """

And for sometime now Fed- ____ -- .

oeral Narettictichief avrr wAn- m e
'Mr. PA. Want Ad' attracts slinger has been battling theA
use of heroin by youngman
a following trying to dodge the dMaft.
S Of proapeo~ts mighty fin0! On Tuesday afternoon, Marah
OfP2rospects mighty 7, 191, Ansner told en
What's more... he sigt Ste Crime Canmittee that:
them quicklyon em emn drugs.
On the dotted line! sapes the lsand we an
working with tMe adMgy a&.
,QaNWg 1 4. MF ak
YVour declassified ad will at- s eal t et
tract a parade of good pros. WoteGora that ate season.
- pects because everyone I t mhsetwAn I the z &m .e m ,
Paami and the CCanal hhe eed to 16 msi m. Th- "
Zeus reads P.A Want Ado s& me=
reigulrly try them now ha pe swI e mIM
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S shipping & AirLine News

'- united Stt.,es Repi -.efAii tive'
- "'-Antonio hM crnandc: of Newv
: Mexico. anii LeU" i B Moore Si'p-
n ply and S tlei Diecetor are
among the 94 h p. ei' h o
were to li,-t' -e,;l sd ,,'e-sterclay
* from New YoiK .-,11 I' Panama
Liner Pa niia i ,. I c- ingll to Mie
advance pa.-Pnigci 11-,.
Congressmin Fe.nande7 is ac-
companied b. hNQ wife He is a
Democrat .md i P membPr o01
the House A:,propiiations Com-
miltep. Mr= M'c..rp ik acrom-i
E1panyine ]lrl im 'i0.ind The' i. e c
ni" t 'l l- l l : i f '% Pe ;. ul
"%, litr, i n I en 'i'i"e.,l St;te.
M l rir l i, h' ,rn .i,' p i;Pi -
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Sits one-hnour long film 'Around
,South Aiierica" in the Balboa
Room of Hotel El Panama to-
morroA W. 6 p m
Thiu spectacular travel film In
color has sound in English. Ad-
mission v.\:l be free

Four New Courses

Added By CZJC

Extension Division
Bemasn:i.: Feb 2. four new
i'rnr t'.: appliedd bookkeeping .
EnliASi :Ol l position p u 0 I1 ic
I)( a 1; 1-1 anci al anialics -- will
be .lfi r.i1 \ inc F 'ten oinn Di-
1 I 1 Of the- Canal Zone Juniori

"lows I 1
The bo)okKee)piIn coirs.e will be
Mrs Baii),tia3 C Anli.iek. li; ,'omnpltted in onJ semester and
SAnmy Andrc'..- Miss Harr et r ill carry hlen school credit on-
Beraer. Di and Mrs. Ewald Bele- I It is designed to give stu-
mann: Mr and Mrs P C Black dents sound training in modern
Howard Buehler Mrs Eleanor bookkeeping practice as well.as
i-'uehler and 2 children: Mrs thorough rounding in the ba-
Janet MatihiP.sin Bien7: Mr and sic princio!es of accounting. en-
Mrs Alvin Blettprman M S-t. abling 'hem to continue with!
Sherwood F Call- Mr antid Mirs re-ater certainty of success the,
David E Coffe\ anid )on Mr and more advanced courses in ac-
Mr Allan R Cullinm'te Mr i. counting I
France" T Chessont and 2 cill- Althouji the training Is thor-1
dren and David Drohan oii'ih and -omplete. the time re-
quired is surprisingly short.
MiFs Mary Fairchilds: Rep and. Within the space of a few weeks,
Mrs Antonio M. .Fernandez: i the student will get a complete
Charles E Fincher Jr James overview of the flow of business
H Flvnn: Patrick T Folet Mr.! transactions through the journal
and Mrs T el e ce 0 Ford: and ledger to the final summary
Clarence Foreman John Fran-'in the financial reports' A very
cis:: Mr. and Mrs Philip M.. understandable chapter on social
Goodman and 2 children: Reece security bookkeeping is includ-i
E. Harrill: Mr and Mrs Jack G ed.
Holla(nd: JoMn M Horine: and The English composition. pub-,
Miss Eva 0 Jones. lie, and dramatics courses are
college level ones.
Hugh King. Jr.: Mr and Mrs. Insofar as the time limits of
Irvinr N. Klein: Mr and Mrs. the Extension Division permit.I
Leroy 0 Koontz: Mr and Mrs the three courses are parallel
R A Koperski: Mrs Anna Lit- to the work offered in regular
ven Mr and Mrs John R Mc-lda\ classes of college and carry!
La.,, Mrs. Le'ley J. McNair, Mr.' full college credit. The emphasisI
and MNis Felix B Maduro- Rev. is on the practical aspects of the
Virceii I. Mahon: Mr and Mrs. subject in all three courses, and'
Fr. nk lMaus. Mr and Mrs Lewis students enrolled will be given
B. %n,-le Jonn J Murrav. Mr I an opportunity to apply the.
and Mt. Lawvrence 9 Myers. and' principles learned in class to ac-
MI-s Emily Olsen ,tual situations which they face
ln everyday work.
Mrs V p in a Powers Mrs. Registration for these courses
Genevite rF Quinn Mi an and all other Extension Division
Mr. Thoma3G Rellhun Di arind: courses will be held on Thursday,
Mrs. Hairv C Rolnick. Mrs. i Januarv 2? In the Junior College
Dorothy, I Schoenleber Mrs. office, from 6:30 to 8 30 p.m.
Edward Scott and daughter. Mis
Ratharine S h w. Mrs Mac
Shaw: Mi and Mis Harold J
Simonion- John P. Smith, Jr.,
iand John P Smith Sr
?,r and Mrs Albert G. Terl'il-
llgri and daughter: Mrs, DoroLh.V-
Thir'-)- p ."rid Mrs. Joseph M. '
Vananzi: Mr. and Mrs Thomas
Whittle: Mrs. Edith NI Wilson
Mr. and Mrs Bernard Winfield;
and Mr. and Mrs Rene Wolf.
Pnagrra To Show
Trrvrl rilm Aaain
F- ''r-" ri will once again show I200 0 -
I r-- ateess r adms-
Lrc-ture On Jews sln reid uderede
i A i. Many rooms with Tiltvision
j.F atm America li
. fidav At JWB i o4sT L

?T%11s Dorothy Brickmanan. who
recently returned from a two-
month.s tour of South America. 7th AV. NEW YORK
wkI soeak oin tin subject "Jews at 50thS. N YORK
Wt Latin America" at, the Friday ON TIMES SUARE AT RAIO CITY
evening .services held nt the in,-. .* itm -i iSq IaUlle'
USO-JWB Armed Forces F..rvice
Center tomorrow at 7 30 p m.


T M U P fLt .1
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Creams while I was

of work on top
out! How can
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Great While Fleet

*S.S. "CHIRIQUl" .................... ........ Jan.
S.S. "M AYA" ...... ............................Jan. 2
S.S. "FIADOR KNOT" ........................... Feb.
S.S. "BYFJORD" ................................. Feb.
-S.S. "CHIRIQUI" ................................Feb.

* Handling Refrigeraled Chilled and Genral Cark"

S.S. "C. G. THULIN" .............................Jan. 24
S.S. "TELDE" .................................... Jan. 26
S.S. "MABELLA" ...................................Jan. 29
S.S. "L. H. CARL" ...............................Feb. 5

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vp;w r ./e F'r Americn porf

Passenger Sallings to
New Orleans via Tela. Honduarm
s.S. "CImRIQUIT .................................Jan. 27
SS. "JAMAICA" .................................Feb. 10

Week Sililngs on Twelve Paseseg Ships to Mew tork, MoblUe.
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l' ubl' ona, and' in honor o
th tor of Cuba, D1i
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School it waiting on "1"
Avenue, No. 26.
Country Fair At Pedro Miguel
A Country Fair will be held
t Pedro Miguel on Februar
Ss u a terry-
t and bot raeas. The
rIsi nvited.
Club To Meets
Panama, M e ld wits
stiL e re ond, oetlers-
S at the Pedrov iguel
lub at 7:00 pm.
Club Meets
'S Tower Club of St. Luke'sa
o"edal, Ancon,. held -its
t sunner Monday, eve-
4if. The Rt. Rev. Robert B.
Muffragap BishoD -t
and the father of
the Rev, R. Gooden of
tai* Dicese, spoke on the
IM or children to 'receive a

q'hf,*-ita~ig a MI A m A

R. Mamonald and
d X r a. B a r-
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mind Mrs. Frani
Mr. lad Mrs. .
S'"'As. Ernie
si. m* Glardner.

WrTtten for NEA Service
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MISS AMERICA 195'! She's none other than Marilyn Monroe,
the much-talked about blonde bombshell, as she appears In the
riotous comedy "WE'RE NOT MARRIED," which opens today at
the Lux Theater. Ginger Rogers, zhsa E Gabor, Mital Gaynor,
Eve Arden and Paul Dongls are her co-stars in the delightful hit.

Christian Mission.

Ends Evangelistic

Meetings Tonight
.The Christian Mission church,
Chorrillo, will end two weeks of
evangelistic meeting at Pueblo
Nuevo Soelety Hall today begin-
-ing at 7:30 p.m.

Hiccough Cure
Rushed To Brazil
- A Swedish pharmaceutical
company has rushed a new
drug. effective against hic-
coughs, to Recife, Brazil, where
$5 small children were reported
to have died in a mysterious



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Don't forget to k*e
your reatretgion withA
Mr. MdC, Mrnatpe d'Notul-
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When I think of California
bridge expertiaI am reminded of
Dr. Edward Faischauer's spark-
ling defense against a four-
heart contract during Califor-
nia's "Bridge Week" tourna-
ment. Dr. Frischauer has been
one of the leading players In
Qilifornia for some years, but
before all the trouble started in
Europe many years ago, he was
a member of a famous Viennese
The sparkling defense I just
mentioned came about when Dr.
Frischauer held the East cards
in the hand shown today. West
opened a low spade, dummy dis-
carded a club, and East's queen
forced out declarer's ace of
spades. Declarer immediately
led his queen of clubs, and Dr.
Frischaeur took his ace at once.
He Immedlately returned a
spad.?, forcing dummy -to ruff
with the five of trumps.
Declarer could see that this
defense could give him trouble,
so he immediately cashed dum-
my's king and jack of clubs in
order to get rid of his own last
two spades. Having done so. he
led the queen of hearts from
Without a single quiver.
Frischauer played the king of
hearts to win the trick. He then
returned his last spade, which
South was able to ruff in his
own hand.
Declarer led a second trump.
and this time West was able to
win the trick with the ace. Now
West led a fourth round of
spades, and Easts nine of hearts
could mot.be sabt out. Ift dummy
discarded, Dr. Frischauer could
ruf with his nine of hearts l1m
aa end If dummy l
of hearts would imme
become the master trump.
r. LAt-AL
street was the way the street
sign read, but It'd really Leath
St. Pranksters painted the "L"
Into a "D."


Ruth Millet Says:
SBome husbands never learn: other women. is the one whago
That any wife would rather husband take over the ehlrtlt
hear how pretty she looks than when he gets home kt naght.
how good the roast beef is. That a restless husband is -I
That the more he notices the wearing to have around a houe'
many things his w if e does to as a busy two-year-old. He ueitbh
make his home-life peaceful and er can relax or let anyone else Is
comfortable the more she'll strive the family/relax.
to make his home his castle. -That the easiest and cheapest
That the whole family looks way to asmure a wife that she ls
forward to a man's homecoming loved is to telephone her now a m
If he habitually comes home in a then just to ask how she is get-
pleasant mood. b u t the whole tine along and what Is new o'
family dreads the homecoming the home front.
hour if he usually comes home -
In an irritable, fault-finding kA. f
frame of mind. MOSCOW Queue
That compliments mean more
to a woman of 30 than to a worn- Lines Up To See
an of 20. And more to a woman .
of 40 than to a woman of 30. In Lenin' S Bod
shqrt, the less complimentary al
wife's mirror is, the more com-I MOSCOW, Ja1. 22 (UP) ."
plimentary a husband ought to Shivering Muscovites stood lu.
be. abreast in a mile-long na .l ,'
terday to view Lenin's emblm
Manv Mates Never Acquire body in Red Square on tb S-
Tact caslon of the 29th anniversary &
his death.
That he may safely criticize Officials estimated appsoW
his wife in private occasionally imatelv 33,000,000 persons hafw
if he never criticizes her in front visited the red granite mause-
of anybody else. leum containing Lenin's bod
That the luckiest woman in the since it was erected in the W.M-
neighborhood, in the opinion of 1920's. '
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,'$ oes fliW *nr and ,lWge defugne
;,erjo Repouna ever 128 years old.

P4#4 AM


(National Brewery Inc.)
We wish to remind you that the regular General
Assembly of Stockholders will be held in the Main Offick
of the Company. North Avenue No. 77, Panama City -a
Monday. January 26th. 1953 at 8 p.m.
I7 accordance with the By-Laws of our Company
this meeting cannot be held unless one-half plus que of
the total number of stockholders are resent or re-
presented by proxy, and at least one-half of the capital
stock is represented.
Stockholders who are unable to attend this meeting

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Reg. Tradf*

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prices that challenge comparison.
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Leave iou, Ad with one of our Agents or our offices in No. 57 "H" streett Panami
No. 12,179 Central Ave. Col6n


Lewis Sernicc
No 4 Tivoli Ave.-Phone 2-2291. and

tFourth n'f W I.v Ave -Phone 2-0441

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Salon de Belieza Americano
No 55 West 12th Street

Carlton Drug Store
10.059 Mel6ndes Ave.-Phone 255 00Col6n

Propaganda, S.A..
Agencia Internacional de Publicaciones 'H" Street corner istudiacte 8at
No .1 Lofierv Plaza Phone 2-3199 Phonep 2-2214 and 2-27 9

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f OR SALE *wn Jm

RSnALE-6 green porch blinds, FOR SALE:-Beautiful 1951 Chev-
--$20, 4 4 7 ft. ide. 2 6 ft. role Styline DeLuxe 4-door So-
-wide. 2 4enea i ,nds, 52.50 dan, hardly used, perfect condi-
eqch, 34t x 0"i w ork bench, t on. For demostrotion call or see
$10. Pcnic table and i4 lwn! it Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th
.hairs, $15. House 229 Gaillard St. Central Ave. Colon, Tel. 800.
Highway, Pe ro M.guel. Tel. 4-FOR SALE:--1942 Buick. %250.00.
'328. Gnod condition. Phone Albrook
FOR SAL E:- 25-cycle elrigerato 7148 .
"'grtha Washington," olh orce BARGAIN:-1949 Ford Station We-
loin, new defroster $125 00. Cris- gon, 5 good tires, leather up-
topol 3-231 holstery, perfect running condi-
ORSALE-2 cycle Wringer type tion. For sle of Soot y Hun-
shing machine. Enamele op cutt S A. 16th. St. Central Ave.
kitchen cab. One aluminum Vene- Colon Tel. 800.
tiin blind 42 x 6-7. Hou.e 424 F SALE-1951 Ford Sedan, ex-
Falcon Place, Gatun. cellent condition. 20,000 miles.
SALE: Custom-made alumi- Appl Vinicola Licorera S. A.,
ntm Venetion blinds for livingroom Phone Panama 2-1026.
of 12 family end apartment, 1524 GOOD TRANSPORTATION. 1951
K Bolbod after 5 p. m. __ Buick Super 2-doeer Sedan, god
ORSALE-on ll upholstery, radio @Ad 5 good tires.'
bed -111 coallgPrina Double I I For sale at Smoot y Hunnicutt S.
0o. Single $43 0'. euphls'ered A. 16th.. St. Central Ave. Colon
arm cho. rs. iorr. 4 'i"-' O .k t,n. Tel. 800.
Sfe4s. ,1800 Die e. 1- u FOR SALE:-1947 Ford 4-door with
Wardrobe: Oi -rn, '' (.ghrc good seat covers and perfect run-
Closets." .30 ')" .rr,,gt rhci,r nng condition. Easy payments et
$3 75 Guara,,,ee -4 burr.er go. Smant y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St.
Ssoves. 1' u' a d nman, o her Central Ave., Colon. Tel. 800.
USED FURNITURE We sell cashiFOR SALE.-1951 four door Mer-
or .o redit. Open e er, d3, ornm b cury Sedan, radio, signal lights.
t12 ani 2 to 6 Pr and 'oCur- 14.000 miles Price $1.75( 00 0
S days fiom 6 6 p m. HOUSE- Crisrobal 3-1876.
SHOLD EXCHANGE Ajiomo- 1949 BUICK Super 4-door Sedon
Sbjc Ro. No 41 Phone 3-'4 I t. with dynaflow. radio, seat covers.
iJ. F. de lI O a' 5-good tires, excellent condition.
FOr.% SALE -D.nrgroom .el. pr-. For sIle at Smeorot y Hunnicutt S.
, f ,t ,:nd,t,or. go; .eitrgeraicr A. 16th. St. Ceutrol Avenue, Ce-
' No. 1 I-A 44i'-. 3i dA,.nira1r rI: Ion. telephone 300.
i, tle right 1941 CHEVROLET De Luxe 2-doer
H SALE5 t n' Cob.r'.t Moho- Sedan. goed transportation, esy
,h i.u ,hel.e. payments. For *ale at your local
Atr 400 a J a alu-" dealer Smoot y Hunnicutt S. A.
Sd iy,5l20 .., i 16th. St. Central Ave. Colon Tel.
dy LE 50-D i-.,-rl, O, .800.
Lr. SALE 7 tra LrC.e-g I---. ________ _
Sh"lvador fou br- ,Norg e g-1FOR SALE -1950 Buick 4 Dr. Se-
S'fl vadth oren. dur,er ,ih mge, dan. Dynaflow and rado. Good
S ro, chetl of drawers. ',nge bed. running condition. may be seen at
.dining table with 6 chars. Snger h:.ue I524*-C. Gavian Area. Bal-
Mwlng mochnce DI 3017 Me-I boa r call 2-3269. Priced for
S"letlz Avenue Cl.,n, Edit.fo R- qul.k ale
S^il r. Aporiment l IOr coill Tel HARDLY ply. ,l9)Tl "- ,

*i 14 Ly-J. __ s 'r. i-eoco aen. rea #e waLcoif*
good tires, esy payml fd
lOR SALE, 5 piece silver plated sole at S5 y Hunicut S. A.
' tea set. Call Fort Gul.ck 8-8325. 16th. St. C Itl Ave. Colon Tel.
$OR SALE:- We5 righouse reger-door
i otar'25 cycle Set mahogany end FOR SALE, 1952 Ford V-8. 4-door
tabls, wo er die, har..e 4. Mai nine, lowmileage. 51,725.00
tabl, ICali Ft. Kobbe 3276, 7 a. m.
506. __ 4 D.
fOR SALE.-Ch.na co:cI m-.ade b SAL -- I Buick -
Cowes, lady' ldek ornd aluminum FOR SALE: 1948 Buick 2-door
venetian blhnd Hu.e 713 1-2 Special. very good shape end run-
Empr Streetr ',1alboolning condition, good price, at
E5pee moot y Hunnicutt S. A. 16th. St
Central Ave. Colon. Tel. 800.
WANTED FO - ALE --I949 Nash Ambasso-
dc.r Tudor Cu'mom Overdrive. ra-
,iPeellaneai- d,.-0 bed and more. Very good can-
_--I dctE.r. Firgo.n for $995.00. Call
an ,rs i-. I 3 Pedro Miguel. Tel.
EXCHANGE Or bu torrmp,; '%curs fOr I. 7j
mine. Ed Peterscr, 1265 No
Harvard DIvJ Lo. Angel-., ah01- BARGAIN: 1946 Buick Super 4-
fornia door Sedan, easy payments,. ged
-ni--- --- condition. For sole at Smoot y
WANTED. Modern 3 bedroom p Hunnicutt S. A. 16lt. St. Central
house or apaitment, furnished or Avenue, Colon. Tel. 800.
unfurnished, in Bella '.'f, E. -- ---
Cangrelo or Son Fron.m cc F,-r 1947 BUICK Super 4-door Sed. n,
American famn.l Perm.-neni, ur- excellent shape. good tires amind
dtr $10 00.C Tel ,.. engine. For Sale at Smoot y Hune-
------ .: I nicutt S. A. 16th. St. Central Ave.
WANTED --Ucr red ed f- Colon Tel. 800.
nishe oparimerf. Bella \. t or S
ans period Call Amer.con En-bo. BoW Fl
sy 9-1932 ar -2009 Boy Scout News
WAVNTED.-60 c,cle refrigeraior in e danal Paill: Dist.ri
4ood cond,t,cn Coll Weedr-eday, T n lf Dsrl
Solbo, 5C ihursdai.. n.C ,a Cub Scout Rail' will be held on
3.09"0 Saluiday. Mi.rch i it the Diablo
.-. .-- Height. c\mrn. it %a announced
iVle'-erda', ,' G. C Lockridge.
WANTED O .: ih.rd ho,.epi: .-r |Council i amping and Activities
rIofor Coll P.ib.-a -4.17 ctier l Chatirmar,
S five o'clock.
NED furnd.hed modern e bedrorOr, The Cuo ScouI Rallv consists
Nopatmenr morr.,S, hrcq.,t-ie .1d of a ser'is of 12 ev-nts which
lAtenat.cnol. rc.,-. I12 art-based or. lIte Cub Scout A-
- chieveniments.
-. A IIn the events, the Cub Scouts
WATED- AD.a-,:r,. r o-:,, rge will compete against a standard.
or two small bedrc-.r., ur.-der S90 Dens which qualify in nine or
TeI Balboa 637-. more events will earn a blue pro-
.... ficiency streamer Six events will
WAITED ., bl .-,,, bnds fof win a reJ standard streamer
four fam.ry lin r AAp. four 3' x hile four events will earn a yel-
5'. Call 3-S-2~ r.N C isrobal lon parti'1lHtni" streamer
No. 352-A Pack -venlt., are inspection,
parade view and pack song.
Den events aie package tieing,
stilt walking use of the knife.
knot tyint,. use ato the saw, dress
arnd und:ess race. nail driving,
hop. step and lump and rail

Ex-Canal Employe
Succumbs At Home
In Staten Island

Charles A Morgan. a former
Canal Zone emplove died at his
home in 9tat'n Island. NY on
Jan. 11, it wai learned here yes-
Mr. Morgan. no relation to
Charles W Morgan of Miraflores,
resided in Oatun during the
Canal construction days and was
assistant superintendent of the
coaling olant when he reulned
in 1924 to become amsodated
with the Binger Bewing Machine
He is iursived oy his wife, a
daughter, Mrs. M. L. Brown, and
JUlnh!ildren who resided
fi i ten ulabad. and


Do you e ve driktMkl probt
Write Alcholisi ALonymou. kDo
2031 Ances C. Z.
Eureka, S. A. Central Ave. No. 133.
Just around the corner of "J" St..
announces our new Lemp Shede
Service. We can now make to order
any kind of lamp shade or re-cover
your old one at low prices.
We pleat accordion skirts and flore
skirts, buckles and bottons to cov-
ers, button holes, eyelets & belts
to make. Phone 233 Bolivar Ave
10123, Col6n.


Now you, too, can afford a TOUR
IN EUROPE, 2' glorious days, six
countries, hotels, meals and sight-
seeing, only $370.00. Transpor-
tation to and from Europe extra.
Call c'danque Hermanos e hijos.
IAgencas Arrericanas de V.iaes)
Tel. 2.1661.

FOR SALE- By competitive bid-
Beauty Shop eau.pment. For fur-
ther information 'all at Navy Ex-
change Office, building No. 24,
Naoal Station, Rodman. Telephone
Sealed bids, in trolicate, will be re-
recesed in the office of the En-
gineering and Construction Di-
rector. Panama Canal Company.
Balboa Height- Canal Zone, until
1U 00 a. m, February 11, 1953,
and then publicly opened, for fur-
rishing all plant. tools, equipment.
labor, services. a n d materials
,except Panama Canal Companr,
furn.-hed materials, and for per-
forming ll work for Exterior
Painting of Buildings in the Canal
Zone listed briefly as follows:
Schedule A.-Balboa Housing Dis-
tr,.t. Schedule B -- Pedro Miguel
and Gamboa Housing Districts.
Schedule C. Cristobal Housing
District. Forms of proposals, spe-
cificotion., and full particulars
may be obtained from the office
of the Contract and Inspection Di-
vision, Room 336, Balboa Heights
ITelephone 2-3749 or 2-2698l.
I pecifications an "raviiijOI l leli
be issued on as 'ei orP Ie 0
per set Deposit will be forfeited
if specifications and drawings are
rot returned w.hin 44 calendar
days after Opating of bids.
FOR SALE: --Season-Skipper coot.
with zip-an fining, for any season's
use, bought December 12th and
used on three-week vocation Ori-
ginal price $65 00, will sell for
$V0.00. Cq911l 2-3643.
FOR SALE:-Sixteen inch osciliaring
fan, $8 00, two new 750 x 16, 8
ply truck tires. $20 00 each. Ken-
more washing machine without
motor, $20.00 Phone 83T6128.
House 70Z-D Trap St Curundu.
FOR SALE--Deep freeze, high com-
press.on aluminum heads for 1949-
1953 Ford: 2 1-2 HP outboard
molor baby car bed, bothinette.
Call Coco Solo 743.

Real F Eiate
FOR SALE:-3-bedroom cottage, 2
balhs, terrace. good neighborhood.
Down payment. five thousand bal-
ance arranged Cola de Seguro As-
sured. 2-2542
JUAN DIAZ, 8.000 sq. meter, 15
minutes of cement highway from
citly. beautiful r.ver. Main house
and annex house furnished, have
oil comforts of city life. Tel. 2-

Position Offered
North Americon or European sales-
man wanted. Room 707 Hotel El

Watch Tower Bible

Society To Sponsor

Assembly In Colon
The Watch Tower Bible and
Tract Society will sponsor a
three-day assembly of Jehovah's
witnesses in Colon tomotrow,
Saturday and Sunday.
The convention, which will be
held in he Salon Taboga, Cen-
tral Avenue, i.s for bible nlatruc-
Lion and concentrated go= l-
preaching in this area, spi -
men for the group announad
today. : ,
Al three days of the amenib
will cQnsist of morning, aIthr.
noon and evening gMoel a t MW
ble talks. discussions an
monstratluna, which ane op t
the public without charge,
G. D. Papadem ot
be the featured pear
assembly. He will ap nn. lto
program all threeay
deliver the main publ
at 7 p.m., Sunday. His
"World Unity sIt
Delegates from all l .I
republic sad the Canal I
Seventy similar
were held rcceatlya I
20 different las wtfva
Sbined peak
DIOWr 91. Ua


Gromlich Santo Clara beach-
cottages. Electric e boxes, g ts
stOves, moderate rates. Teleplhoi
6.441 GQmbo. 4-567" Pedro Mi-

Williams' Santa Clara Beach cot.
tages. 2 bedrooms, refrigeration.
Rockoas rangers. Balboa 2-3050.
Except week-ends

STAY at Hotel Pan Americono in
Cool Beautiful El Voile.
one way $85, round trip $135 4 15
day-limit), $169.00, good one year;
to LOS AQdlLKS. one way. $149.
15, round trip $252.35, 90 day-
limit). Panama Dispatch Service op-
posite Ancon bus stop. Tel. Panama

IPhUlp Oceonslde cottis., Santo
Clara. Box /435. Balboo. Phone
Panaua 3. 1877. Cristobol 3-1673.

Casino Santa Clarg. Dance music by
Casino Aces. No reservations ne-
cessary Saturday and Sunday.
Genall Blils' Santa Clara private
Guet House. Overlooks ocean
surrounded by shade trees. .prtv-
are steps to beach 12 min. walk).
Gas range refrigerator. accom-
modates 7. Barbequ. .badminton.
Spingpong... croquet.. putting
green. horse shoes etc. Call 4-
557 days: 4-230 evenings or see
Houses ON BEACH, Santo Clara.
Also Cerro Campano. Shiapnel's
Balboa 1389.

FOR SALE:-3 bedroom house, com-
pletely furhished. For 2 months.
Tel 3-0563.

FOR RENT -For 2 months modern,
luxurious residence in El Conpre-
to For information tele ano 3-
0347. ,
FOR RENT: Furnished concrete
chalet, one bedroom, modlftgOn-
veniences, I 1- miles, i rral-
,An'. sign at entrohce., t side
.'!Mhway. Johnsorm '.


Two end five room turnshed and
unfurnished Oportme-a wit. us-
closed gardens. 8061.- I1t .
New CrlstbeL T OO

FOR RENT:-Furnished Opartment, 2
1-2 months only & J O. 38.
Bella Vista, T. 2~no.


FOR RENT:- urnished rooms WI
porch, kitchen if desire. Naldr
commissary. Appt over the Chase,
Bank corner 1I tllti-ad Boliver
only entrance .Bolivy, hou 1
12 T. 233. Colon.
FOR RtENT:. i m, kitch.-
en privilege. NM St.
Telephone .-4625.
FOR RENTt In tur-
nished or uenful .: ,
person, With-or .H.
45th treit,.W ,4 te '.


FOR RENT:-Loa fir. iorleouMs
and office. 150, tW um I. Eu-
sebio- A. M "El Otv
Ponora. "f
Ponanes ,1291 ima_'

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all brmnzl f0auteOnkFj. Tw 20
Wlscp"WrHs. G.. .I P. Le
engines. All flat o ary
Electric 3-4 toAn ue1 0
condiTtioer, sl t- veiu.
Tel. 3-4256.
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Ask for deserlntile folder
and color chart
GEO. F. NOVY. me.
2T Central Av*.
Tel. 3-0140.


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Shipping. moving. storage.'
We pack and orate or move
anything. 'Phone 2.2461.
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NEW ENVOY New York Jn-
vestment banker C. Doulas
Dillon (above) has been nm-
ed as U. 8. Ambassad r to
Franqe, Acceeding James Cle-
ment Dunn.

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On R-aching ome
Shortly after he was dis-
charged from Gorgas for a
heart conditloep, 68 year -old
Harold John PMteron, Amerl-
tcan, fell 20 feetdown the steps
of his quarlbr In Ancon Tuesday
night and was baok in the hos-
pftal today suffering from a
deep scalp laceration and leg
Peterson. who is employed bS
the*Maintenagce Div., suffered
a heart attak around 8:30 pim
,at t4e top of gte tarway, tum-
bled to the bttL and collas-
ed on the et ding be-
His left leg ,waa plieed by
the paling o Ja picket fence
which kept him helplessly Im-
paled for minute until his
neighbor. D Emaid Eeese. found
him with 1, feet in the air
and his head onr the ground.
Peterson waa In satisfactory
condition today at Oorgas Hos-I

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been less virldt than. I pa4t
years. WAhftw hs
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tot utiata possible.
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strain us ae that children do
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M Awab hands before
Sonn Monay ating food, and
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fessoAlndr A dr Fenland, ola phi ntil a di.agno
tolnt Mrs. Elizabeth Fein- S physicim raveln
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Ja5itz, pianist, will be i a otbre. Con-
AsaftdIn concert at the U 'SO- m 1 le
Armed Fores Service Cen-scp a normti, healt
tMr, alboa, on Monday, at 8:1 ifeldmin
Three artists are 'we and moder.
X In music circles in'Po,- at sm.ho
sAd the Canal Zone and i omlent should be
s..wembers of the faculty of opA enforced.
tw Panama Conservatory At
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Ill 't..1, 4rrams .7 Cnvicted Communists ToHoM A"Mo NoM
,- -*. .- Legion To Hold AaNabbed
.... S .o- 9... 3. . .. C. u s t Freedom Crusade With Open Knife
-- J -k-Co74 f Pending Sentence Dance January 31 At Ike Inaugural
.!J'-.2 2'-- 'P The Crusade for Freedom pro. WASHINGTON. Jan. 22 (UP
wsA. o O Ja. 22 (UP)- directed verdict of 4 u d g gram on the Isthmus is draw -A man who identified himself
So s g: g v f at ft rlibwn fr seven im to a clos, and one of the final as Wallace Pruitt Jr. of Chatom
;oftib en -iv.. r raid l W I s a,-nia13s second- obu* of the 11 convicted Reds events of the drive will be a Ala., was ordered to a hospital
!it ._ uesiry, o ivr t)e i abe r f of the American al disappeared. Only one, ou dance and fun frolic to be given for observation today after he
li.ie iher l t terday on Hll, has been captured and im- by the American Legion Po t I was arrested on the Capitol Pl.
at i i wer i a tgo oun- prisoner. at their home at Fort Amador za during Tuesday's Elsenhowe
M. .. ci iund to prepare for the The 13 convicted toddy' were on SalurJay. Jan. 31. inauguration ceremonies.
Captain sy, Th ay, Jan. viont overthrow of the U. 8. charged wh conspiring to teach Poce said he had an open
h1k elr, r r government, and advocate violent overthrow The Legion committee in pocketknife in the lapel pocket
4Mr._ K1 d0 Carl 1.- .___ -a, rd vLyrd l .Thde.l dward Dimock of the government, with con- charge nromses a floor show, of his jacket and another knife
i witakT. viIii mmedlately ordlits all 13, In-spiring to carry out detailed door prizes and spot prizes, and in his pants pocket when ar.
S" *. So rly Fi vorite eluding three women, to be lock- plans to go round in an a buffet lunch. rested.
l m our Favorite d Untencing emergency to onuin the con- Tickets may be obtained at The man denied in muniip
t nxtevent any spiracy, Said with 2 overt acts. the door on the night of the court that he wa carrying
SChapteof biLn, of Fort avim, entertain- 5 What's or Favorite of them li tt justice, dance, and Legionnaires with knives. He said he merely want--
c;Col t e .. ed with party at their _me ) ...i h other CtEohave done. The others convicted were: their guests are urged to attend ed to get the autograph of Atty.
of the layW o celebrate the first birthday .6:0- i D AllH ION 8 Amon td member to make this worthy cause a Gen. Herbert Brownell Jr.
s opeI n MinsT maltin t naiveruary of their daughter, 6:-tl l Shop of ~the a "or co-. Alexander Bittelman, 62, Cro- success. All profits will be turned He told the court he once re-
i al Moo e rn Vrgirnla. :4-Low4l Tomb8 mand" were Alexander Trach- ton-on-oudson, N. Y., Russian- over to the Crusade for Freedom ceived 45,000 votes for lieutenant
".. ,4rI ai at' 7:130 p-m. 'cl e young guests who attend- .-Frst Beearif (BBC) ten log top Red lead- born member of the 's c- Fund. governor of Alabama.
'~Sjretiring Master Councit ed wiLil Liana: mouLei, dwa: .7:S-BlUX SPOX8RTS erin tie U, ,and allegedly one trail executive committee.
JIVernon ryant Will l Mr OGeore Aenney with D- .- RBV2W0 of the founder of the Corn- OeOrLe B. Charney. 47, New
ahitsuletessor, Carl, Pato, and borah, i. r.e.,. PErne stP-7o, P li WPRINTS muntst spy ring in this country, York artard graduate and
I .--" otheroff .-ers .. ithl VIAp I (PtroNio Tall1rl. Shop, and lizabeth ourley Flynn, 61 trade union secretary of the New SEE US FOR
S ve The princab speaker w Il otto, grantan ot via. '8t-hrt Story T h e a t er the "ttat-.lady" of American York State Communiit party.
0 ltKlt bbe Rabbil Hrry A. Merfeld. Mrs. DI-et U ih Tth dwarl, (VOAl comum Betty Gannett. 45, New York.
.W she --.a cLasi Then.tower tlk wil be given Mrs. L. H.Xi. M gt witll i man i.n -Maic-pt-the-.ayM 0 so.'s the party's national educational Life Insurance Fire Insurance
tp atMS bM a nd by Philip Sanders Mr ar Conner with h6ila 08:l U* Camentary The Junior command,, which director. nur
'.The me bers of the Order and J rian Booksheli took over the Re conplraev Victor J. Jerome, 5, New i
,Auit.a Pest ayd, of of the Ral.bow for Girls will e.' .n (VOA wnan the 11-inmeer Pol tburo York. chairman of the party' Car nd Liability Insurn
aKnellier' w.i mSO. of nonoraatta on Are- Altar ooletyMeeting .1 Wlgt a In Bouth was senteead tt ,lin three cultural commislson and party
and t. M option ani dance will follow The regular monthly bus i Afl i years age ta finguilty after propaandist. I
Sdrsi of the ceremhy, In the banquet en and social meeting of the : he-The Musi of Donald a total o 48 hours. 24 minutes Arnold Samuel Johnson. 47,1 A.
aus liai .th*lt c- hall of the Temple. Roary-Altar Society of the Voorhees (VOA) of actual deliberations since the New York, temporary chairman
ceased a bouquet AllU friends of the young g lFamily Church of Mar- 10:. Harlon cage went to the jury hnuraday. of District 5,. Western Pennsyi- i
if -.t &t lan- peopi are cordially Invited a was held at 7:30 p.m. 10: Musicl interlude The conviction brought to 44 vanla. He Is a native of Seattle. JULIO A. SAL
der to attind. the Churc Hall, with r. l:-Moonlht Mood the total number of U. 8. Corn- Wash.
l- il m -ichaNdel BexlkL l :00-Thbe Owl's Neet munist leaders convicted in four OLON -Telepho 37
Thed. b)t* -gj" H Mrs. lIland LSrrison and L2:00--Stn Off trials. Claudia Jones., 37. New York. one
ed is Art.. Ose l ltoflih William Cronan were ho.- tomorrow, Friday, Jan. 23 Ih addition to the 11 tried secretary of the party's national
Atone atet .. J seep1 S*t eases for the meeting. .AM. helre three years ago, 15 were woman's commission, who faces
mei~y..ateth hoe thefr a' wa u, A Reverend rather Wilia 11 .b live i Baltimore, munist.
Apny-t the hom oMr.. anti te was Uted n, F C M., was present with l:la--eluest balon Announcement of the verdict Albert F. Lannon, 44, New
r James of a morning and hefollowin members Mrs. Varwa delayed more than an hour York, national maritime co-
Kej~eT- . eard party given by Mil rasph sraau Mrs James 8:3 until the arrival of defendant ordinator and district organizer'
The wedding table was cov- ton Lee Nh at her home n i Mr ru Field M Jacob Mindel. 72, who ha been in Maryland and Washington,
Ter w.*it&a&Ie was ndird Lparty n M08 ,:Mrs.yruFd si Revell. until the arrvll of defendant ordinator and district oranzer-
d t a ce conard Hetake, Mrs. James 9: e andG OitIy under treatment for a heart all- D. C.
ha .centeiteh o t w tte Mrs. Leon Egol presidtd at Reels Mrs William Ale n, 9:3.As -e It.- men). Pettis Perry. 55, New York,
oes, The t ed g the coffee service and Mrrs. s. te Mr. J 1:00-News Mot of the defendants show- national secretary of the party's Show 320 5.00 7:N 9:0 p.m.
crake W" us Tracey Whle ervit L phHIckyr e1aithe Record ed no emotion when the verdict Negro commission and chair- Regular Admisalin Prices: 0 and 30
wa.6w 0 fee- s. Mauldn Mrs James Ws was read. man of the farm commissioned .
ee rs,.n S M hult, Mrs. .m :e 11: If tthe Record (Contd) iSveral smiled, and embraced William W. Weinstone, 54
bo sre hPrize wunnersv. at u were T n imhlt, Mrs. L. V. Kesly, Mtte .:--ews relatives and waved to friends Long Ilpand City, N. Y., Ruse
boMr. l Mr. Terwllr i Mrs. ne. B. W ar bld.Ms Leor L. V. elly, Mrs. i before they left the courtroom. sian-born charter member of
l n4 Mrs. Trerwilger will Mrs. R. Ward.rand.M- 3 0MRayinehart, Mrs. G earIsae FMsi.ep
pen lelTon oonin Pa-glf, Mrs. Dori eyri ed a Bohneau, Mrs. Colin Lawson, 12: Lunheon Music aceh of the 12 faces a poslble the party.
Thehadnm onead a i lse.n Club Meeting
ewhIor, MrsbetWe ".rM U u.Gilbert Furey, M ..4:0-.-News i d *10,000 fie.
Idn* spauh, Mrs. Reward Har- t i no. r4BlumandAbner string Communleta indicted June T/ f i* lli
-The eA i ;_omi q Mrs.."l o wks lir- l2e Cassanova. :- Rythm and Reason 20 191. 16days after the U. 8. Club Altamira will hold its re-
irom a V ni ew er. an Sweringen, Mrs. R. B. R n t nsofFrl e (RDF) Supreme Cqurt had ue.ld the gular meeting tomorrow night O
C,. .: Ward, Ms. Poole .. ilt copvictons of the 11 top leaders, at the Pacific Clubhouse, it was s .de
lC Ar .ti "M. i. Jl.-." aWord, UpU..o.Poole,.OrU,, h11-5ft1oon Mildathdlsa Fourof the 21 indicted vanish- announced today. 5a4ed Y
Me M. D. Tate. 3: lla C con= le ed, two had their cases revered The meeting Is scheduled to red af disc
W.ui meeting of the 3" Little Show and two were acquitted by a begin 4t 7:30 p.m. -e
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Shel at th hotel athie4 Mrs. L. L. Keep- W 4: --Casao Tm e TlL -
W iWeGenasday, at kw tats with a party at 4: ^ aro de I
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Frl ms ie= Nival Sttonr y eattih for Three anhwyg'lt, twoof them (Aena Steer)roo
orthe trhit- their daug r, Taffy, on otherr 15 IldthUe 1 pnb :i- Doaofs) r ri
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(erry Coleman In Korea; Ted Willieams

Roberts Signs Contract 1 Thompson, Martinez All Set

"As Highest Paid Philly For Big Opportunity Sunday

NEW YORK. Jan. 22 (LIP)-Half ef a former S., PO rl k d LeeThom th rd-
JNew Iork Iankee infield is in Korea. Captain Pabst. JBlUJPa' LA A WU LIilb o JIlUi rU Dd tin Colon fancy d' Mand un-
Gerry Coleman, a one-time second baseman for the sete tT A .t1 .. r* iD ..e onmptoni S tl hal
Ya.oks, arrived yesterday to start a hitch as pilot of II n AtHlantic i1Wl-L ague; b at the C n Ar-
a Marine fighter-bomber. en S ay night.
One-time third baseman Bobby Brown, now a D dIe-PowelIs Thoaiht .ae rsofb t S.
Sjileutenant in the medical division, arrived in Korea eomgee owellsoonig f tTh
'"ast December. Captain Ted Williams, the Boston -Au -tue tw. -ht.BasebaT o nit cnmther formidable aoe o Thven wdimt
Red Sox slugger, is expected to join Coleman in a LeagueStandingSl as *M tr f, or theI o3 fLorm i e Tho .on.. h1. smo the
-.".S,- d. TEAM- Won Lost Pet. be tryla to stay the thik of of eallenger o.thenmw
,Je' da ys. 5ii- Pabst.. ....... 4 2 .667 what eirapidl developing into. vacant Panama featherwe ht
SThe leading pitcher of the 1952 The curly-haired Robertsre- l eer. ....2 1 67 a tourb pe gat fight. Powe s chamlonship.
-bThe leading phase fuses to predict how he willmake Powell...... 1 1 .50 with one win and ne less. will Martinez mentor, Isaac e esch
basouallnext season. Robin says: "1. 'i Dodge..... 3 .000 have as their o t the ha gone out on a limb in pe-.
R'-ht-hander Robin Roberts, want to pitch in a World Sers T-DDAT*B RESULT ftu tt n tral or contenders wt t bhi be o
who won 28 games for the Phila- game. I would give uP a few vinc-- lesDA'S. RabSLt thsea tethare talu o tdro w il l bte the nt Isthm
elphia Phils last season, has set- tories to pitch in a series again. Balboa Beer AME no w. t De ihtheh e 1 Is 12 ound eham.xt
,Sd tor an estimated $0000. The Chicago Cub also an- Powellv. os send Art bades to the to Because of lrtines' brilliant
*that makes Roberts the highest nounce the signing of two play- S els try lor their irt wFIs of the workout heue o f a dly Rettint
paid player In Phvllp history.s. I They are centerdilderHa topThough Pabst still holds the season, added support an it appear
Pre-'dent Bob Carpenter says:' Jeffcoat and shortstop Roy o edge for first place in games won The box score: that by t time e slim odds
"The $40.000 estimate is close g Smalley. Jeffcoat y a tood ded and lost, they share that spot in Pabst- AB R HPO A E favoringlt ompson will drop t
,,enoughI-and a sum we are giad fensive player mbut batted only percentage points in the Atlan- Welch. If . 4 0 0 1 0 0 about even money.
**te4 pay. It was a one-uear con- 219 last year. Smalley appeared t^c Twilight Baseball Loop with Hall, 3b-p . 2 1 0 1 1 0 The seiqdf l ffeat between
'; tract but I would like to eet Rob- In onl 87 games last season due the favorite Balboa Beer nine as Hale, c . . 4 1 1 0 0 0 Leonel Peralt and Ignacio Ben-
s arts for three or four to injuries, a result of their second straight Gibson, as-p-3b 3 1 1 2 2 0 ty is also getting a lot of atten-
,h4--- - victory in the loop, a 6 to 3 win Alberga, 2b. 3 0 1 0 1 0 tion from the fans. These two
Y nkees l Bombers over Pabst. The difference in the Swearingen, a 2 0 0 5 2 0 bone-cruht~e 137-pounders love
,,, ommy Bt amount of games played by Pabst Conover. lb.. 2 0 1 5 0 1 to get in there and alug away
with the other team in the loop. Scheldegg, rf 2 0 0 0 0 1 and the bbtting Is even money
Ki d SICAU lmIB LoIi Il A ai .. T.. fEiled Lis due to the many games rained Custer, rf . 0 0 1 0 0 that this fight will end n a
S'Ki G an IEarns SCas. A oni t CAReD-T-om.my Bolt failed out at the beginning of the sea- Peacod p-as 2 0 0. 2 0 2 knockotit .
SI Stadium Tonight to successfully defend his Losson - - - et arata i and Beaty will
'asy DecisionI n 1 Angeles Open championship, Willie Pretto, starting for the Totals . . .24 3 4 18 6 4 be mak "last t5h" stand,
PANAMA PRO LEAGUE but remains one of t he third time in as many games for havinlot their laMt a esoat.
.. STANDINGS brighter attractions on the the Balboa Beers, again went the Perale Jb-s siglt favorite be-
S" TnTEAM- Won Lost Pet. professional circuit.(NEA) route and chalked up win num- Balboa Beer- AB RH PO-A E esmmae ofhIdg alet perienee.
-lnlal IuneU LUU I Bluebird. .. 11 9 .550 ber two on the s~ason. Pretto McArth'r, G., cf 4 1 1 0 0 1 HoweverI one. wibe ur-
SBombers11 II 10 .524 scattered four Pabst base knocks Flores. rf . 3 2 2 2 0 0 prled If Baty stops the slip-
Brownie...... 9 9 500I and struck out ten. Egolf, s. . 2 2 1 1 2 1 ping Leot"
1. Yankees. 9 12 .429 Jackle Pescod started on the Hooper, E., lb. 3 1 0 4, 0 0 Al Pelo and Al tewart
.WASHINGTCrt. D. C.. Jan. 22 Yankees. .. *age hill for Pabst, but ave way to Poole lb. . 1 0 2 0 0 should give e fans omethin
SiUP- An easy victory in his TNIGHT'S GAME Noel Olbson In the fourth. Noel Hooper. L.. 3b-lf 2 0 0 1 to talk about i their tour-round
S.; dond tune-up fight left Wel- (Panama StadluTa) T LS T D obviously overworked, needed MCArth'r, W., If 2 0 1 1 0 126-pount Mbtmtnairy. Another

i Ovan had a good workout (Postponed, Rain) D T r C n three official trips to the Pretto. ... 3 0 1 0 3 0 bout to orria anodi
Last night as he registered an t led the hit parade for the Claudit p lt
unanimous 10-round decision Tonight at the Panama Sta- niht. Total .... .26 98 217 3 raiser two pular d
er V ardell f Hartfordum the Bombers will meet the _____wl th_ p0
4lkmn., in a nationally televised Yankees for the second straight Ci.. tn tf the R "=la.. u^__m-_ PL /2 ao_ ,l0 tmtatow yu be l0iS
P.. time. A win for the Bombers will A qUick run downo f theHallInthesi bn ees Ia.t a
naaistC D bakevely talent dtahanctwe b Ws
*,Cardel,. a 4-1 underdog. en- put them back into first place bsketb entth will b Y 4i1 1a p OnsIop 50 ce__---
ered the ring with confidence tie with the Bluebirds while an- athered at Cristobal for the I- t er
found himself outmatched other los will drop them into a nale to a tremendously succes- he l t o t rt1is
th boxing ability and fire- tie with the third place Brown- aful interscholastic esont
er. He was only in danger lea. shows the great difficulty for
a knockout, however. in the Last night a two-run ninth in- one to pick any definite fa- o .
t ith round when Gavllan ning rally gave the Yankees a 2-1 orite in either of the two Wilber Norris, president of the Team (M Stepel
ed him with both hands victory over the Bombers. Vince games. Panama Canal Bow ol~&b- B)..-.- ,.' ... .. 2782 go
with bolos, but he weather- Gohl won his first lae of the So evenly matched are the tion. amnounced .last. "
d the storm Uy clinching. season-a seven-hit e Alberto four teams and so impresslve er the 1953 City Cba f.i-inhs,
152 pounds to umce for hef shutwo words that; QdId Coot fan. alfmitbihlt i- o vmmn s(Tedamumg. a P-S r
yearold bew ityand foretiwhthegaei rwn can te assured that they will s tom and Sl-event. bowl. air ,t' '
|-year-old New Englander. lourth ies. e Ssth grer winsu....
tee basketball at its ginest from ing awards, will commence Sat.! The e "
*the time.the whistle sounds to urday, Feb. 7, and will extent lool in 31 p. t ~4
tthart the night's activities Fri- through Sunday Feb. 15t ~ ea d iwat aore In'.
U E Wday at 6:45 p.m. until the The annual cbampnon sin til Ci Gl d a th
h i 4m tlU t hANA sTAToi'6 r fourth quarter of the second termed "City Champo ip" wheh knade.a
r' 0 PE7TTIT .ame hu been completed, lieu of state or area chamo du t a r al7 M'o
with b AOle wear -ow o Either of the two ga hips mteadue to laSk Of eendlttt ande'
/ SHOWS APOwa" could be billed as the main e- number of leagues, is h lN dracet b *' i Jan. a am
h s wtWINc HOT T see -b, vent of the night. The prellmi- nually by the SPanmeA 3)a ld lee I" bg4 mee
.h twill-angt tr Bowling A ciatlon under n
S2 x aPs MV. A MONSl nary game will bring together tion of the Amern Bo fall ted Baer on Dec.a th. Gattan Gy
STHe NAT "OI'6 HIGr.H 1 a collection of cage and court Congress. As approved e i l isic League co- t sqhoo
d to ,.. "h" S f s iou f tars as has seldom been as- cal association, the Cai y ha0 oi1 1ta35 t of ay p'In medf5
1! oodC Afn sebled anywhere on the Isth- pionshipwiUbe held In 1 C Ch
fo urth game a e ans r t. us. b ^loHe ht l wigbouse owi5 P a8nd the meetg.,a l
A".ONrG ,'eec w. ere The Universal Sports quintet alleyvs, -the EIid e *O All Partia should
year-n o n can over alu competition In the Trophies will be awarded the I wl PrIhbo and Ws bl.e .
S* D.1 eep 1953 Invitational tournament winners of tha e males, doubles, fntcr U. The. same taMi wooa *I "
Sf, f away wiAu with the exception of the loss five-man team and all-ewidtu a se o'M' Ch m *Ah Pn
Sfty 4 foot of Bob Bailey, the team re- groups as will American Bowl Wth a o ed core S." N. J. (
i n "mains intact. A heavy schedule Congress arm badiesni wnue Ana Welder reported to
of daily workouts has been keep- money will be awarded tor n ,h *The 1952 City Champlonship thiat h'er *1* Perutal
t rofttor, ing their stars Arnold Man- handicap champ, l team in the handicap group was ooat was stolen. Detective
mtay yhoe-- ,:ing, Car: Simons and Jerry which Individual bowlera w I O lrta a teamC of t.le 'ar i aver aveDtted aI
Seltzer in the peak of con- assigned handicaps ui thteMl acUM a wo2,hP 1iZ.. a. of norei letr
ditlon and when Jim cannon, of a 200 average. at outline IW l awth at er apartment but, lo
Bucky Hall or Dick Conover fill low. o d 440 gthte a dera bed he saw her
two of the remaining five spots The 1952 with t1 1t ey w*innlik "qf, 'toear panell curled up o
there is a team with air-tight scores made, are n unr n "
ofBiefense coupled with strong .
The I&'6-s'own adan h be relied pon to |ir c ll b I C" dle U

1gve more than an average and
Account of themselves. Fans
cannot forget the high scoring
Noel G bson, who- took nonors :15 1, .
Laee'*ing in the Atlanmtic BaskballI 1 f r
o vLeague. Ray mcomtons, one of the Al a
S4ri5....novtAi l atop five ranking cagers on the f r e
iLI ei ysthmus today has mended a
My ShO+. j C aore shoulder and is ready for
full dutyzspas i ot
'Fernando Tom needs no in-
troductIon to basketball fans.
..His outstanding brand of baa-
Sk etball ha rated him, at times,
as top mun in th6 game here
two oftmn Panama. Two of the Navalt
S .Station scoring aces from the s
1952 Atlantic Basketball League,
SBelviey and Hellerud, will make
af up the rest of the starting
Q crg"quintet.
Billed as the feature event is
the clash bet ween Criatobal
High School and the Ath et 6
SClub. CH, having finished the -
Season against Junior College
last Tuesday night, stands un-
defeated in Interscholastiuc play.
,,,The Athletic Club sports ag
LATE SHOW FRIDAY 10:30 P.M. brilliant a1953es record themselves.F
against High School or Jnior
SNOAH BEERY College teams. The A. C. as
played Balboa High and Juniq
College twice each and this wll
LOIS COLLIER be their first meeting agalst
The Cristobal ym doors will
,,C RIMSQ l. opentthepub ,.
get there early. Prices of rMl*
mission will be adults 50 cents,

children 25 cents and
A School students with at
R Issociation cards, ten cents.
_Who Owns Orom
gon consider itself ai
mtate, but a survey
natural resourcesm
Oa, Jthe National
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Swin-. '".

qthe Chevies md c tcher
tin the nfrt three .' 04, N- ...
fed an Innin tutk *eH<6.WWp m-,-na
more and n e last scored one i. i '
more to take the game. f''l
Jtim Weeks again came t g~x ,
for the Chevvl with two sh inj_.,, '
Sand scored two runs.
Tonlbhtat Balboa Gibraltar Od*4
SLife clash with i bral- .-"
m tar is theleaue l tfteam. .., -
SPronab starters ar.oe Ot -
lntor raltar Sand Lou Charln n, A,.mt.fi
for -m1m. AfUtUUliU it
Th bosx score:
1loVss .... 2 1 .
* n ... .. .. 0 1 .- -' '
z LL .. .. .. 1 0-0.1 3 -
GonIl o .. .. 0 0 0 .Ul 0llH -l
P e r . . . $ 0 0 0 - -
Lie, 2b.. .. .. .. 2 0 2 3
Weeks, rf ...... 4 0 2 1 0
Kerce, lb .. .. 4 0 1 9 0 The qmusal xs Gtolf-tona-
Larrinaga,... .. 4 0 0 0 2 amet. for t ni membelm-otf idw
.- - f 4414' 0antd Imf JhR. Yar
Totals .. ...... 7 4 21 10 of 965 wUl be h dd rt
.7aui r U cst.,n tattgmayTso
CURUNDU-- Ab PS A i. 't. g i a .*s th-
McArthur, f. .. 2 "0 0 1 UN nd toMsRef rf Pa-
Francis, 2b .... 2 1 -1 amam af cardlclly tlvitd to
Stanley, as .. to I 3 2 partIlepate,
t Ridge, If.... 3 0 1 0 0
Lanr. rf-lb 2 1 2 0 Tbr hbarman of the-A aoty
Malene.3b ... 2 0 i0 1 0attMe oSf 'AL,.-414,
SNeekar.-e.. 3 0 0 T 1 JoeCopeo hast
t Aokllb ....... 0 .3 0 the. wilbevl ftm b -
"M*k4t1.. 1 0 0 0fers wll.asthe low handlea
Mengser.lb ....2 0 0 2 0 pIayers. Th wil Mabea r
SMike p ..... .. 00 ary fe, which als, I Ot
..Odi 'at, whol beamved
l........ 3 3 abot 1:3 Am

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Danny DesLon f
miker., ode a balckhaMded
etch ana w he t off baue
threw to the plate to ca
runner tyBto easre we a
thtU BiN] le made a lunging
one- honded oe an "lourth
ti.......d .anMi hat
labeled xtra bmse and posibly
two. rims as the bae wer
loaded at the tlimel"pee
sacker Bobby Pries had a buy
da at. first place aki nine
putsu with, some tretch-
TM box soeem:
Nease A M PO A
,Adm Ib 3 2 2 1 3
4 1 1,
de, lb. 2 2 1 7 1
.e, s 4- .2 1 8
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Softball League
To Open Soonw
In Snto Cruz
Monday a group of aoftbail en-
thulasts of Oamnbo ot It q er
to eg sanise a softal easue. t
league wil bme cows a- "Thel
Santa Crux Softball League."
The officers.elcted are:
C. B. Pr&eeott. Dresldent: 1d-

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Day Of Race

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0 -
TE STANDINGS Ilqma shortstop Melendes who
TEAM- Won LostPL oonaected for the only double of
S : : .. ....... 3 0 14 e 3mme and drove in the lone
I ..3...... 1 Pai marker.
* .. **. 1 2 1 The- extra run came in the flfth
5 ...... . : 1 3 4 wbem Goodin banned out a good
IFmus......... 0 s .s elela single, stole second, ad-
vanced when clah e Haydeq was
01' Jupe Pluvrlu relented yes- Put out at first and scored on
terdby afternoon and let the Co- Hayden's single
najoB and Palomam of the Fast-. f( duled for this afternoon
li Leaue get la full game at at IMble field is the Pumas-
Dial- h vlators: C onejos by 8 t lt. Starting time will be
rBmaW to th:e 3a&16 l box wo
San dy Hlnkie1Wady Comejo The box score:

Hie bingles to the visit
oh h were etos.
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sat.e If .. .. 2 0 0 1 0
.. ...... 1 0 0 0 0
Schldr, e.. .. 3 0 0 0 0
HurdtL.rf .. .. 0 0 0 1 0
Lpe ...... 3 0 0 3 2
.3ed e .... 3 0 2 0 1
3AbD.. C b 3 0 0 2 2
Ses1e, p ........ 0 0 0 1
,lb2b*.. ,. .. 2 0-0 3 1
Rece, lb,.. .,. 1 0 6 0
Total--s -
Totals .. .. .... 21 1 2 18 70
UIt0,- a 0 I $o I

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a ,seh..b.. 4 1 2 0
ao ,e... .. 4 1 1 1
2bRe.. 3 3 0 1 3 1
e.p. ..... 2 0 0 0 1
BU .. .. .. 2 0 0 0
Cu .. .... 1 0 00
Totals .. .. .: e8 6. 1E0
Bere By Uamdss
Palm 0 o 0 06-1 23 3
ConcMai. 104013 2"1 8 1
amohht. RuMns BtW In-
MUelenem R. Reyes 4, M Ray-
don.. PeA. Haydep. IMrB-.'

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Errok-Seott. Sehnelder.
losky,... La0tf PUIte--Pe"Ste.
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14 Tears m National League
Written for NIA Service
Question: A pinch-h i ter
tsa hit, scoring two runners.
T Uipire wu not Informed
of the substtlti on. Do the rans
count? -Johnny nFammer.
Answer: Tee, but the man-
agsp who failed to make the
anueemneant to the umpire
shall be fined ~$ by the
Q.Wat has bDeen the oldeat
ht oihum eqe
batt 1 .ac li major league
history?--Sumater Kelly.
A. George KeU won tj#o
AmerienA sesague batt 1;ag
ehampienship In 1949 with a
.341 aveage, besting Teo Wil-
lias by Mft.
Q. Hw many seasons h
Del annis spent In the minor
league? Greenfield Humn.
A& .Mkh broke It with Trea.

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B-i'JIMgA ^ .,$boo -a

Se^SeS^eaeu? ^pat

4. A ball uiTs i a tree.
May e golter mb the tree
to make a shot? What hap-
.peq if thbJ m ov, Whle
e' emIngil Wa? y he tirow
hs elub at the bll? May he
shake the tree?- car Ewing.
A. The gWfer msay7 eiUmb the
ree. n's a ee-stroke pealty
I the n al bMOv. the lou of
the hole if be throws hi ldub
m shakes the toe.
Af a fire n the building where
he ed threatened his nses-
,.one W T"o put $1.175 in
War bonds h freeer com-
artment. of his reftrierator for
bafekeeplan. Less than a month
later, somebody stole the bonds.

Gun Club Notes

As the Atlantic Oallery League Marine
approaches the halfway mark,. won 2 lost I
there are ome Interesting facts. Instructors
We find the Cristobal Juniors won 0 lost S
resting in first place without a ---
defeat and should remain there Tomorrow evening the b
If they put forth a little effort. Gun Club will boM its A oua
With three of the leading In- Meeting at the DiaMo e tW
dId al shooters out of the first clubhouse. Al member m e re-
four, It's easy to understand their quested to attend as fW. aeW
belag on top. Schelbeler, Hatgl club officers will be nomated
and Staples holding first, third and elected at this Hbl
and fourth plans respectively. The auditor's port will be
Right on the heels of the submitted and put mnd f mht
Juniors are the Instructors in activities of the club w, di-
secobd place with four wins and cumssed. The c)lbhou n mlMger
one los, with lpley in second, promises plenty of refree emta.
ingham Inifth and Gibson Sr. This annual meet of
In eight. Crietobal Seniors are excellent opportunity, fr tin-
Improving rapidly and will be bers to learn first hand how thel
had to get along with before the club stands flnanially, how It
final shot I fired. operates and also to preMentany
The records be)ow will show the ideas they may have for Ia-
Impovemeat In all teams eon- provements
corned, which makes good shoot- ____
ing for all. "
J. Schelbeler 285.3 Ma CrUz Spis
J.TepleY 284.6* X
. Ha 279.6; -
C. Staples 27.0
J .B d 2714 The opening ceremonies for
.. L. Bllon 2705 the amateur baseball league ee
N. E. Gibson. Sr. 287. held at Santa Cruz Pd
lih Average Pistol last Sunday morng wig the
P. Stewart 2608 presence of approximately 400
F. H. Smlh 259.0 spectators on hand..
C. R. Harrold 258.3 Spesman for the "
C. 1. Lewis 254.0 w dmund.Joepb who qe
-. W. Scott 262.0 the athletes Involved to
W. B. Huff 24.5 their whole hearted upo to
this 1M! aqlott se asam.
RIFLE TEAMS- diately after the pled 4-
Cristobal Jr. monies, the third e trophy
won 4 lost 0 wa presented to Alfred ,
Instructors manser-plair of the h U -
won 4 lot 1 son by Wrelyn Wison wlo
Cristobal Srs. presented the League.
won 3 lost 2 Brownie, after receiving the
Navy (Ship Dept.) trophy. appointed a three-man
won 2 lost 2 committee to convey the Ward
Ft. Gulick to Alfredo Aleman's offl 'lot
won 1 lost 3 display. Malta Vigor wo em
Marines the Coloel XRmon sauat 3.
won 0 lost 2 Olydo Scott was the wXUog
ROTC pitcher, allowing three hita '
won 0 lost 4
Pollce Sylvia Daniels was voted the
won 5 lost 0 most utstandinr athlete fort t
Cristobal Girls Track & Field Day. She
won 4 lost 2 received the "Maurict" award.


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"Let the people know the truth and the country is safe" AbrahamLincoln.

Ike's $2,700,000 Head ache

Senate Won't OK Wilson
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (UP)-the necessary 24 hours, they James C.Hagerty, White House ca t o eehow Wilon ca
President Eisenhower has not could have been approved by a press secret, said later he pwab an"H
(NEA Telephoto) changed his attitude toward simple majority, knows of no change in plans to Lbl that's
'Wth Dght D. Esenhover's ace hidden by his hand, Richard Charles E. Wilson In the Senate He told the Senate yesterday noipate Wilson butaddedhewell
M. Nixon takes the oahrn f ef ce t mkes himn Vice President controversy over his appointmenthe studied the nominations over- does not know when his name Wi-son _dioud v-
of the United States The t, s admin Lered by Sen. William to be defense secretary, the White night and considered them all to will'be submitted. late a fed i V forbiddingov-
1P. Knowland. formerly Nixii' Senate eolI:-aaue from California. I House said today. have the "loyalty good character Thie eioIt other cabinet mem- ernimm ft 'm to eal with
SHoldi ang the Bifble is ark Tr:e enter, secretary of the Senate. Mr. Eisenhower's feelings were and competency to carry out the bes and Mrs. Hobby were con- flr lI thIart* "directly
disclosed amid reliable repOrts policies of the President"-the firmed with 114itle debate al- or I
that Wil>son Is considering sell- only standards he said the Sen- though there were scattered ob- oI
ing his $2.700.000 General Motors ate could apply to presidential actions to some of the views of ml .w I
Istock--which senators say he nominations. Dotgla McKay. the new Interior 2 not gVs In the
must do in order to b confirm Shortly before the voice vote secretary, and Ezra Tt Benon from
White House press secretary said his enate Arme Services The others confirmed were with
James C. Hagerty gave reporters Committee will hold no further John' Foster Dulles, secretary of There has eO tlkof chang-
a flat 'no" answer when asked hearing on Wilson's appointment State; George M. Humphrey, ing th prent law so Wilson
whether Mr. Eisenhower had until Mr. Eisenhower formally Treasury secretary; SinclaIr can~keellpit interest In General
changed his attitude towards submits his name to the Senate. Weeks, secretary of Commerce; Motors. But a Democratic mem-
Wilson. He brushed aside re- Wilson's nomination has been Man P. Durkn, bor re-ommitte
quests for amplification, held up while Mr. Eisenhower tary; Brownell and Arthur E. said thl B not be done-that
BHagerty said the President and his aides seek ways out of an Summrnerfield. postmaster gener- Wlso will have to sell his
had one telephone conversation impasse over Wilson's vast hold- &al. G stock aide.
with Wilson since the two talk- ings in General Motors Corp., the % the tih "e 8
ed at length at the Inaugural nation's largest defense cotrac- The Wilson eof~isrsy so Wu be
Ball Tuesday night. tor. eAuleI the emur the'e tubeo ne
Mr. Eisenhower has not for- One GOP adurce spid Mr. Ria- boM am th -Caow a nbM-I
mally submitted Wils n's name enhower hadsuggestedthat Wil- Wihlt House 8 "the'r. t en .
In nomination to the Senate and son sell his $2A,500000 worth of othewluve fn dHth-
SHagerty said that "as far as I GM stock., fin GOP ad mt a 0 -.) and Her-
know" the nomination will not Wilson was saId to have balk- years.. .. rW ) in op-
Hagert also was as ked wheth- tiOn would reflect on his "i .er Ta .mad n- develop-Ia
er anyone else is being consid- tegrity," and cast a.shadow on alders the nolninati 1"p t"

was still reluctant to part withsu bly on the Wilan sitnuaton,

other way can be found to rescue
the Eisenhower admi nistration
from the politically-embarrass-
Inv dilemma.
Senators eof both parties were
emphatic in saying that there is
(NE A Telephoto) no other way to get Wilson con-
uDwight D. Eisenhower speaks to the nation for the first time firmed.
as President as he delivers his inaugural address shortly after Some even thought the sit-
taking his oath of office at the Capitol. nation had gone so far that
President Eisenhower might
find It politicallyexpedient rto
Pit ca l Positions Oea na drop Wileson, smatock sale or no.
istol Local's' 65 Positions Open andf'.d a new defense secre-, :

Selling the GM stock would be
Met Pocketed Ora nization a high price for Wilson to pay
for the privilege of serving in
eanesa dThere are 65 vacant positions the new Republican cabinet.

wghe ss o n ato f e ir storkepe Ae hiraimed. 'fw heP" an I MMW S
Union Funds I n the Canal organization to He would be liable to a capital
wnich eligible qualified em- gains tax of 26 per cent on the
NEW YORK. Jan. 22 UP) ploYes may transfer, according "profit" portion of the sale pro-
The number two offer of the to the latest issue of the trans- ceeds. How f uch the tax would
.Longsahoremen's Union and fer -vacancy bulletin from the come to cannot be computed
president of "pistol local" Pernne Bureu except by Wilson's personal ac-
P andnnel Burea a. new dees ses
824 admitted today that he put Nineteen are classified are re- countants, since it depends on
ion money into his own bank lated positionand the remaind- what he paid for the stock when
account. er are in the craft group. he bought it and other factors. "'
SeThe classified and related po- It was indicated that Mr. Ei- T ot
t Pac) Connoll. ex- sitions are. fiver accountants; senhower smpathizs withe Wil- READ TON JG (P)-- Te wome t iI l
ecutive vice-preoident oi t he il auditor; eard punch operator; son's position, buth the tnew Pres-wolD w Els ho ( ehrnt e
ternational Longshoremen's As- clerk imalei; cash accounting dent had other factors to codn- Ing), Mrs. Dwight D. Eienoera e her) anld Margadet u rt ,I oleagei the White
sociation oAFLi. told the State clear male; clerk-typist; two side too -- notably the prestige aHouse on their ride togthee. to the Capitol. A half thoo'1e"& t e rea n F rst Lay of ther a
crime commission that it "never commissly assistants male) damage which his administra Land belonged to Mrs. as her b nd took'tTruman
occurred to Ime to know to the dr cleaning superintendent tion wout d uffr d Margaret were again juit pr vae citizens. .
penny" the state of erthe local's mec hanical engineer (machine cabinet apointee rejected
finances. design ; policeman; two postal the senate the reate R e
I clerks( m a(le1 p; storekeppert A highly-placed Democratic Tu a rtle ph Comet
He later explained that he had' malesi: supervisor accountant. source, who cannot bes nt amed, T n in mtf.
to put the wal's mon0,v in his The vacant positions in the s waid that aout she sall" Demo-Mr D. ns r
ntiom Lrton tsha dor e menficit orko I-ar Dl,; si on toi v aant ils Mr. Eh.r iusnt h ie ea e o Misses Airportr. .l -tl Bl _
own account because "some- craft group are: plant electricianI critic senators were ready to Lound bea ne o wr ier
months ana otherwise o e'd have floating crane steam engineers; senholPr should ask that he Jan. 2" (UP) -Oeto-l
no bank account e three locomotive mechanisms; be confirmed without selling om eta n's 500-ae r
H e n dlt e w a sp l i n d t h antcia h m a le s r vio t y n t io n w ho c a nn o t h a ve t oa bed m a s t e r li n g t.e ... ..
onol po s fth i Q.,lcalufor sevenyasI maSte .ation s r i toweoaidt his stock. The informant said ot r writes narrowly
l of the local for seven years masters ferry service; eight the Democrats were "certain" WASHINGTON, Jan. 22 (TP) disaster today wh t i -l
..-onnolliy now second in com- lock operators-machinists, qual- of enough Republican support President Truman called MJ the Efntabbe
mand to ILA president Joseph ified and unqualified; 12 ck to defeat the nomination un- John Elsenhower home from planned over a d1f..
Ry'an, served as financial operators iwiremen, qualified der such circumstances. Korea to his le their's inaugtra- me British Oem'gB
Ietar. of the local run by the apd unquaahfied; powerhouse A member of the Senate Re- tion, it was learned today. 'Ooe r tison ,w--
erlous "Bowers Boys" from operator; two riggers (tempo- publican policy committee a- Corporation ,
12 to 1959. rary,; and one wireman. greed that Wilson "could not be There das no official ansult London to
confirmed without shedding his ation that Mr. Truman tpoo0 .og
'?aou don't think for a moment arsh Dow stock, and predicted that Mr. step, but it was learned front aml elte pllbo S't"
7 wes trying to do something s ure s an Dou wn Elsenhower would "have to with- unimpeachablie source that t P. None of theWB
with that money, do you?" He draw the nomination." ident Elsenhower was indfir.toad ied d
a4Od commission counSel Theo-Four More Mi Tecncal.., the Wilson nomi- of his predecessor's action abort-. 1',-
cuv Kiendi indignantly aslilu IOUI 1ilg3 nation would not have to be ly before the change in ad-
Iti t oressed his questionss onJ2' withdrawn", since Mr. Eisenhower ministration. .- .
-Oounoll-/ said he did keep Sabres. 'pain outnumbered two to the Senate. Mr. Eisenhower, the
ble sort of record but had been to one. shot down four Com- Eight members of Mr. Elsen- said, asked' Mr. Tru .-
advised that the local's books, munist MIg-15s and damaged 'hower's cabinet were confirmed his son's leave in aCI l "
those of every other local three others in air duels over by the Senate and sworn into of- that went something Iie;.
se officers had appeared be- North Korea today f ice yesterday, but action on WIl- "Sir, may I ask you a 1 ,
fmre the commission, had dis- The new U. S. kills followed son was put off indefinitely. Who ordered my boy..-. ... "
a~~ared. close on the heels of yesterday's Despite the frantic efforts of Korea?"
seven sure kills and four planes Mr. Eisenhower and his aides to The new President was report- Th_ Poet
:j" witness yesterday outlined damaged to bring this year's find some way out of their ed to have gone on IIo. s
la-fantastic detail a story of Mi.' total to 28 destroyed, four thorny dilemma over Wilson's that his son led bee'
elinal operations on the part probably destroyed d and 26 dam- stock holdings, there were some hell" becam ot
q{the local's present leaders.' aged. in- iding one of yester- doubts that he ever would take his pos}tn Wl
~berthan Connolly. d. damage claims not con- over the sprawling Defense es- come om- ..
firmed untii today tablishment
It brou'.j.t the two-day con- The eight cabinet members Young lpabe@Wtel'_l
firmed toll of Red jets to! 11 and Mrs. Oveta Culp Hobby, ras h at h~ o0
S IR destroyed ard seven damaged the new Federal Security ad- low' officers in II
-FROM- other d e claim and oaths of office shortly after th told his

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tive mansion with the President C a t Ends
and the wives of the cabinet
I TAMPA, Fla., Jan. 22 (UP) members looking on. i* S '"
-Charles W. Jones' exaspera- Before the Senate's approval of 40 St
tion at women drivers finally the eight cabinet members by .. ..
I got the best of him, he told voice votes, Ben. Wayne Morse,
the judge, the Oregon Maverick. withdrew
Sp When & Wlady pulled up her the objection that had blocked
W &Aear n the pedestrian lane in Immediate confirmation Tues-
mUeADeiaSt T 2 2151 front of Jones he walked over 'day.
-.- ".lm doeco. Mmi Instead of around it, naus- But his about-tfaw o-
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